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TTTF. OMATTA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. JUNE 30. 1908.
SHIPPER RISK RULE DEAD
Proriiion. Knocked Out by . Interstate
Commerce Commission.' '
omaha .'mat ; saw it eight
Trvr1MI Caaalt ef Omaha
CMMwdd Cl T Win
Bi Flarfct" for '
-... , . t - .
Omaha shippers had the correct Mi of
the "lX per rt shippers' risk rule wwn
It wss proposed by the railroads In western
e!s.slfleton territory,-, as shown by the
riort of the Interstate Ommeres commit
lm. notWs of which hea Just be sent to
sll member f the . National Industrial
Traffic teacuet '
It was Hie-transpor4stion committee of
the t ommerrlsl elub at Omaha that flrat
discovered the deceptive and Innocent look
Ina DroXIfloh' made by tha railroad com
pfs and the' protest of the Omaha club
hastened the matter before the Interstate
Cnrrmeree rofnmleelon: -
Th:a fa the -rtrl whlth the railroad pro
posed to enforce: '
No carr'ef fr psrty 1n possession of the
property for-whlih commodity .-ate la pro-vld-il
In tha tariff shall be liable for any
lum thereof of damage thereto from cauaea
bO'onrf li a control, or by floods or by fire,
or hv quarantine. flouds. riots, strikes or
stoppage of labor, or by leakare. bieajiaso,
charm, crushing. ns In weight, changes
In weather nest, frort. wet or decay, rust
of metala-or metallic anoda. encape of beea.
live poultry or live fish, tearing, cutting
or a II ng of fabrics or paper In bales or
bund.es. foimi-ntation of lljulns. chipping
nf t me or manufacturer thereof. Injuries
of live an mala to thmselve or each other,
rt ti properly larrled on open cars.
Shipper who do not desire to foreward
Shipments under above provision muat note
ori shipping order or .bill of lading "Car
rier's Risk" In which case an additional
charge Of 30 per cent 'will he made.
Short Ed for Shipper.
When Omaha shlppera read the provision
they saw nothing but an advance In ratea
or the shifting of" practically all responsi
bility for shipments' from the carrier to the
shipper. They protested that If the rail
road companies were charging 30 per cent
ftr Insurance, the rate was too high and if
they simply wanted to renounce all re
sponsibility for merchandise ronalgned over
their , lines, it wan not possible to do so
within the law. Anyway they could look
at It they would have to prove that the
damage to shipments waa because of neg
ligence on the part of the carrier and that
would be hard to do.
. Other commercial clube took up the mat
ter and the Interstate Commerce com ml s-
lon held that ft Whs a mischievous prac-
' tlce for carriers to publish In their tariffs
and on their bills of lading rules and regit
latlona which are misleading, unreasonable
or Incapable of literal enforcement In
court of law, and that a stipulation that
an additional charge 'of 20 per cent shall
be collected on property that Is shipped
not subject to limited Jlbfllty la unreason
.The holding, of the eommlealon entirely
lustlfjea the posit Ion. taken by the Commer
cial club of Omaha and other shlppera,
and it la bejleved the ,120 per cent carrier'!
risk rule la now a thing of the past.
I v., I
, .The Near Dlrtctclrt Suit vhirH i$ caviing so much tvmmfnt villbe Hvrn at
1randei$' rime Tuuday morning betmen 10 and 11 0 clock 6y one Of Omaha' ,
beet dressed women.
The km Directoirt gown will be worn at the $amt time on the $ cond fuor
by another young woman. . -
A Sal of Women'
Our New York buyer purchased these
suits and dresses at a great sacrifice.
They are the daintiest and most up-to-date
summer dresses made of se
lected wash fabrics, in plain whites,
light plain colors and new patterns
made in two niece suits
or one piece lumper
dresses made to sell
np to $3.50, at ,
r n b b b mm.
Will Close Ml Day Saturday, July Wi
1 flwv L
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS
One more day of pronounced stock-reducing bargains. .lust
one more day to get stock down to lowest ebb. July 1st we
take inventory. All remaining lines advertised on Sunday on
sale again Tuesday. Buy summer needs now. It surely pays.
NEXT FRIDAY BEN
NETT'S GREATEST SALE
LOOK OUT FOR
All Day Saturday,
Open Friday Evening
Until 10 O'clock.
Of Stunning New
Dainty, airy lingerie waists, smart
plain tailored waists with pleats and ,
tucks all this summer s newest crea
tions a lid manv vprv
elaborate, short or lone
sleeves open back or
front worth to $3.50 . .
EMBROIDERIES sxi 12c
18-inch flouncings, skirtings and corset cover widths also
insertions, golloons and headings, in Swiss, l 1
Nainsook and cambric new designs, worth II
up to 25c a yard, at, yard u s
BR ANDEtS BOSTON STORE
SLIGHT DAMAGE TO PAVING
Bala Ovlaya Rema, Work, bat
Not Caits Aay Serious
J 150 LiAen Tailored Suits at
Reductions of $2.00 to $3.50
These are common sense suits and just the
best kind for your outing on the 4th of July.
They are made of good linen finished ma
terials, and strictly tailored. Nothing
"fussy" to them, but designed to look
neat and dressy and to give absolute com
fort on a hot day. All are in coat styles
with pleated skirts; single and double
coats; large pearl button trimming. Come
in white, pink, blue and leather shades, all
regular $5.95, $6.50 and $7.50 suits, on
Aftor July 4th
wo will cloae)
at ft r. M. dur
ing July ' and
THE RELUBLB STORE
Extra Specials for fuesday
From to 10 A. M. On ca of
brown apron checks, . regular
6 He value, ten yards to customer
per yard 2H
10p Batiste . . .3H
124c Batiste . . .5
15c Organdies .7't
19c Organdies. IOC
15c Ginghams. 7Vi
25c Scotch Ging
hams, at .... 10
Valde Reye, fine
Wash Goods. .
Drap de Linde 7
Scotch Cloth. ..7i
case or e
After inlj 4th
we will close
at H P. M. dr.
Ids; July and
to 8:00 1 M. One
httra heavy Dieacnea
Muslin ten cent values at, per
yard , . .
25c Dotted AppltQU.
19c White Goods.
12 Vic White Goods.
15c White Goods.
One table of 10c,
12 Vic, 15c Wash
Goods, good lengths
to dole . .3H
white and blue
July, yard .
8 Vic Towels
7 Vic Towels . ,2H
Cotton Toweling. "
yard 2 HO
All Linen Toweling,
yard ........ 5
$t8 and $20 Silk Sdits $6.90
Our Xew York buyer has just sent us 275
in jumper and shirt waist styles, made
plain blacks and all colors, checks, str
secured them at a tremendous bargai
Tuesday at less than worth the materials alone;
$3.00 Lawn and Lingerie Waists Trimm
tion and embroideries, many in the lot
one price Tuesday; choice
eautiful silk suits
tf fine taffetas, in
pes, fancies. We
i and offer them
DENNETT'S OIG GROCERY
: While they aay lhat the atorm of Satur
day night waa ona of the worst they ever
saw, paving ' contractors affirm that but
little damage waa done to their work
and that tX or WOO will repair all loss.
.Hugh Murphy waa hit ;the hardest by
the storm. Taa entire Intersection at Thirty-first
and Dodge atreets waa washed out
by the rain and curbing and paving foun
dation on Faraam between Forty-second
and Forty-fourth atreets was Injured.
Brick paving, laid the latter part of the
week, but not finished, by Charlea E.
Fanning on Cass street, between Thlrty
eecond and Thirty-third streets, was
washed out. but the paving contractor says
that the damage ran be repaired In one
The sawers suffered heavily In the storm
and the city engineer department saya the
Ipsa will be quite heavy, though Just how
much It will cost to repair the work they
do not know. The Jones street eewer
burst from Blxth to the river and tha
paring on this street waa broken for the
distance of one and one-half blocka. It la
caved in' at aeveral places. The aewer on
Thirty-fifth street, north of Davenport,
burst and the ' I sard street sewer burst
agsln,' as usual. The Bpencer street and
several other sewers overflowed, but did
not break. -William'
Hntton. foreman of the city
aewer ' plant, worked all day Sunday with
tha sewers, and aaya tha damage will be
LACES at 2ic and 5c Yard
Fine French, German and Filet Vals., torchon and point
de paris laces and insertions many
to match worth up to 10c a yard, Cr sj 0
EMBROIDERED R.0BES REi
Fine French hand embroidered batiste robes
embroideries, flouncings, insertions and panel
effects worth up to $15.00, at
pound OOo and 10 Green Stamps
IMllgrcaam'WamiM.asrilWi'M WW B f
, Tfce Ba Seals plaa-aa
yfleatrova. fewer "Vs than stomach, liver
and Sidney .illtet. a; for which Electric Blt-
tera la the1 guaranteed remedy. 60c, For
tale by Beaten' 1 fi company.
AGED WQMJl.OBJLCT OF PITY
O i'.mte4. Bedraggled anal De
ateated, Sae Is Exhaaatea by
Barefooted and bed ragged and almost
worn put by a long walk. Mrs. Roalla
Blaeae. a Garaan . woman lmost TO years
eld and - demented, wandered Into the see.
tion house at Irvtngton Sunday right and
took possession of tt. . She la now at the
county.' Jail uaable to give an account of
herself. The only tapers found on her
person- were some letters and a receipt
for soma stock by a South Omaha eom
mission firm, "but both 'letters and receipt
were between three and four years oJ8. The
letters baea . tha address &T0 Wool worth
avenue, but Mrs. Blaeae said she had not
lived there iof a long time. The missive
was from a dauarhbar. Maria In Denver.
Mrs. Blaase said she bad taken her shoes
aff by th roadside, because they got aa
big as balloons. Sha was tn -a cheerful
frame' Of mind and "jotUed" Sheriff Bralley
because he' bad no beard and was bald.
She wilt ba be!4 at the Jail until her rela
tlvea can m found. '
Mt, Ctaaaseja, tka Miami Batb City,
Js reachad "without change of cars only by
the Grand Trunk Railway System.
Time liMii and a beautiful descriptive
pamphlet will ba mailed fraa on applica
tion sa Oao. W. Vans. A. . p. at T.
las Adams KU Cbiaaga.
GREAT WESTERN IN FAVOR
ta Eagtlak Staekhaldera by
mabart riesaaslag ts aa Ea.
' Rabert FVeroming. chairman of the 4 per
rant aackboider . aoauniUaa of London
Kn gland, who rMtad Omaha raoentlv while
making aa tm tlgmttoo Into tha affairs of
! tbs Chicago - Great Western railroad, has
returaed tn Europe and made a favorable
Tha stockholders decided to engage H. O.
Hurt. T .li liter pr Idewt of tha -Union Pa-
I aafla.'to make aa tnveettgatson aad report
f wi the Jhyslc3 oondUion and vsJua of toe I
'. rr1. MjJ Butt will hniertka this work j
' au or. ..... I
Four SPECIAL BARGAINS
IN THE BASEMENT
ALL SILK RIBBONS
All silk ribbon in plain and
fancy; black, white and all
colors; width No. 12 to 100,
worth' up to C A.
25c, at DC-lUC
Stocks, turnovers, jabots and
Peter Pans, worth C
up to 25c, at
Plain hemstitched, all widths
of hems, lace and embroid
ery trimmed, on sale Tues
Ribbed Vests, tape trimmed
neck worth 10c, C
PRIZES FROM OTIIER STATES
Corn Show Awards Come from All
Over the Country.
SPECIAL LIST WILL BE UNIQUE
This Will lipslfswat tha Regale
Ftftr Theaund-Dollar Preaalams
Pat Ip br tha Home
When the premium list for the Nation!
Corn Exhibition Is Issued next month, It
will not only show some 150.000 tn regular I
premluma. but many special and supple-
mental premiums, subscribed by enthusi
astic grain growers, manufacturers and
stock breeders in all parta of the United
This "special Hat" la no ordinary pre
mium collection. It Is such a unique collec
tion of valuable prises that It la easily one
of tha features of the great corn exposition
and agricultural show.
The management of the exposition re
ceived a telegram Monday saying that the
Duroc Bwlne Breeders association of
Iowa had just voted to offer seventy-two fine
hogs as special premiums to Iowa grain
growers who aucoeeafully captured regular
pnsea for eom and small grains. These
seventy-two hogs are to come from the
best breeding pens of Iowa and are valued
at over 2,M0, making premluma that every
Iowa farmer will want to win.
About the time the Iowa awlne breeders
were deciding to give sway some of their
pet hogs, a number of enthuaiasts gathered
at Clay Center, Neb., and decided that they
could add mors than something to the sup
plemental premium . lists. Oeorge Brlgga
and Oeorge Schwab of Clay Center, have
notified the management of the exposition
that some prise hogs could be expected
from them, while W. F. Holcomb of thu
same place offers three pens of hla fine
chlrkena, worth 133 per per Not to be
outdone by thoae who have chicken and
awlne, H. H. Harvey, the Clay Center
Scotch breeder, offered one of the beat
pupe. U. A. Barrett wired to put him
down for a collection of ferrets, and M. U
Johnson, president o ft he Clay Center In.
cubator factory, haa offered more than
1160 worth of hla machines as special pre
ml urns to Nebraskana winning prises at
the National Corn Exposition.
Golden Coffee, pound ,
Pantos Coffee, pound
Teas, assorted, pound
Tea Sifting, pound
Pr. Prices' Food, three packages
Worcester Salt, two sacks
Smoked Sardinen, can
Hayles' Lunch Herring, two Jars
BOc bottle Queen Olives for 30o
Velvet Matches, six boxes for....95o
Umberger Cheese, pound
Boston Brown Bread Flour, pk
Bayles' Horseradish Mustard, large Jar.
Bayles' Luncheon Herring. Jar
Hartley's Jam, assorted, Jar
Waldorf Chill Sauce, bottle
Delatour's Oingerale, bottle
Best Cream Cheese
86o and 30 (1re.cn Stamps
18o and 10 Oreen Stamps
380 and 30 Oreen Stamps
lBo and 20 Green Stamps
85o and 20 rren Stamps
lOo and 10 Oreen Stamps
18Ho and 10 Oreen Stamps
80o and 10 Oreen Stamps
25c bottle Olives for 18c
Safety Matches, dozen boxes 8o
SOo and 10 Oreen Stamna
16o and 10 Green Stamps
18o and 20 Green Stamps
ISO and IS Oreen Stamps
880 and 20 Oreen Stamps
lOo and 10 Oreen Stamna
19Ho and B Oreen Stamps
will be more enjoyable If your watch Is all right, your
eye glasses In good order, and one of our fountain pens
In your pocket. Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler
o 1510 DOUGLAS STREET
Tuesday morolnR begins our big
Summer Sale of Ladles' and Chil
dren's Handkerchiefs Just Half
Ileftular Prices ranging from
2c Children's Fancy Printed Hand
kerchiefs, each 1J
4c Children's plain white hem
stitched handkerchiefs, at . .2
Tc Children's Fancy Embroidered
Handkerchiefs, on sale at.3Hf
10c Ladles' plain hemstitched
cambric Handkerchiefs, ea.4ac
loc Ladles pure linen hemstitched
20c Ladles' lace trimmed Hand
zoc Ladles' tancy emDroiderea
Handkerchiefs, on sale .12
35c Ladies' fancy embroidered
Handkerchiefs, on sale . .174f
ni with lace inser
vorth $3.00, all at
Gloves & Hosiery
Three magnificent bargain
offerings for Tuesday's sale.
$1.00 Long Silk Gloves, in
black or -white, with double
finger tips; great snap at,
a pair . . A 50c
Long Silk Gloves Finest quality,
woven finger tips all colors
made to-bcII at $2.00 in Tues
day's sale, choice 08c
Ladles Hose- Importer's Samplest
worth to 60c a pair 'Hales, silk
and lisles, fine maeos, etc.,
blacks, white and fancies. In 3
lots, pr.iawj. 10 and So
Gold Silver andNickle
Let us replate and repair
your old metalie articles.
We make them good as
new at a email coat.
1895 iuM uauicy
OF AMERICA CONVENTION
Via. Winsirol Soofcing Syrcp-J
PAIN j CUI
t or the worli
need for over SIXTY-FIVE YTASS t
.i.ionh or H )TUfJlH for llieir f'HlLDH.
HII.E TEETHINO.with PERFECT BrorKhS.
BQOTHE8 the CHILD, 80PTE N S t haOCMS,Ai.LAft
all PAIN i CURES WIND COLIC.ana Is
KandA, 8-M br IirimrlaOlD enry
A. fta Biire ftntl uk fir"Vr Win.
w' floothlnr BTran." and taka no othr hin
"wtnty.flve cents a bottle. OuftrtDtoed undtr the
ad pnw Art. June With. Brll "Sum her
AN OLD AND WICL TU1D KJOtUOiY. J
If You Would Be
Look at Your
WhnTr you wat
something cs.ll 'Ftxn
S88 and mak tt
known thronsb a Be
A well dressed foot not only en
hances your appearanc, but gives
you that feeling of comfort and
satisfaction. Foot wear that goes
from this store always carries real
eatisiaction witn it, viz., aurauu
ity, style, fit and value, for price
$3.50 and $4.09
are the acme of style and beauty.
They bespeak dependability in
wear and style in pattern. Made
by shoemakers who have reputa
tions to protect. We have nobby
two-button Patent Colt and Pumps
that do not slip; button Bluchers
with turned or welt soles, cloth
or kid tops.
DREXEL SHOE CO.
1419 Farnam Street.
Buy Your 4h of July
and Vacation shoes NOW. A "flyer" for quick selling
1,'JOO pairs Men's, Boys' and Youths' tennis or outing, vul
canized rubber soles, worth 50c i 25c
Men's $3.50 and $4.00 tan shoes I $1.98
Child's Barefoot Sandals J 50c
Now's the Time to Do Yqur Canning
A solid car of fancy Freestone
California Peaches, Just received
, Fine luscious fruit, on sale
Tuesday, per crate
PI MS PIXMS
4 basket elates fancy Blue Clyman
Plums leliclously sweet and
Juicy, of sale Tuesday, at, per
crate . .1 ?
Monday's special prices on Groceries, ("wickers, Butter, Cheese,
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables, Continue Tuesdaf.
W HfLYDENS' mI
to yo ir floor space
NASHVILLE, June Incomplete re
turns from Saturday a primaries lndicat
that Patterson mi dereatea ctnntcK lor
the rubernaiorlai nomination by a majority
ranging between 7,0u0 and XAU0. I'noficUil
returns show that Jehn Vfealey Oainea haa
been defeated by Joseph W. Byrne, for the
Sixth district congressional nomination by
S majority of l.tCL
FOR TOILET AND BATH
It makes the toilet tcmethlng to be en.
)eyed. It removes all stains and toughness,
prevents prickly heat ind chafing, sno
leaves the skin white, soft, healthy. In the
bath it brings a glow and exhilaration which
do common soap ran equal, imparting the
rigor and life sensation of a mild Turkiil
' 'V Ail Gsrvees Ar DuocC. l
That will not crape you It
you will follow sound reason.
ju.Ht a careful thought today
about your teeth Ik a hapiy
road that many seek when
The jironer time and the
many hidden advantages of
noting the condition of your
teeth (often gained in the
hard school of exnt-rlt-nce . f
will be pleased to dlscuuk with
you at your own convenience. The finan
cial gain of our operatlona seldom fall
to produce haipy thoughts.
It will please ua to have you call soon.
Phone Doug-las 1068. Ind. A. 1378.
Does the lack of flew space retard the growtn
of your slop? Motor offer a reliable source of
power supply and may be put In places which
cannot he used for otier machinery. Motors,
together with wiring and switch can be Installed
on the c illng, wall or floor.
Omaha Electric Light &
T. M. O. A. BTJIXDIITO.
DR. BRADBURY, Dentist
Extracting. . . 25c up.
Plates 2.tM) up.
Bridge Work VJ.oO up.
up from $1.60
17 Years Same Office, l'honu, Douglas 1750.
Alveolar Dentistry m
specialty. Loose ttettl
uiadtf solid. Nerves
removed without pain.
Work: guaranteed tea
HOTKI.S AMU SUM HER ItKSOKTS.
D. c scott, d.v.s. Taft's Dental Rooms
afcaVB m 1111 UMOT SIlfslMal w
1 77n Qprrp fcTF.
assrssasarafiisilinisVssSasaiii iti. .,.. I..wia4iw.
lT$ a jasaaBsr saajssat Besesw. ir- er. v . .camOsw,
to Dr. a I Rsmacclotti.)
Ottso sa4 stavpltaU, SSTIO Stasoa
OalU Promptly Answered at All Howry.
1317 DOUGLAS ST.
aad o4k.r Srag asbita are poeumir nr "J ,
h.nml.nBla np lDternl a...
Sample east to aay 1r. atbtrae by I Von
mil fcostilM ru. U en p.r bottl. "
yovr drri or by mU Is eisis ii'ti..
beltst Cfcessleal Ce.. Bu Lu. .
SATSn SaW, OMAJIA, aTKSI.
HOTELS AM) Sl'MMKH HUKORT!.
A Laks Okoboji. la.. Is now open
under the 3. T. Csllepder Co. For
'Miates, Roomi, etc.. address, . . ,
THE INN. OKOBOJI. IOWA
...... , ... ... i -. - .- -
Broadway, Fifth Avenue and 27th St., IsifEW YORK.
n n ifsm ia
U 11 LS U I
In tfit Contr
cf tht Shopping
A Motr, rirtl ClaaS
CotnpWM la a
mu. rurbMliiiif tts4
kdfs viftUUts; thcrty srtiA
lm ValUM DUUactl
Ik rb tu Mqnlrad. KO
lth. tint ud tvildsvairt
ad tvicpbcaM la vrry
Room 11.90 per day and upward.
i CCORGC W. SwCtl
Ar.j-s Cirion, Late Manager of King Edward Hotel, T..r..!3,Cia:,(
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