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TIITC OMATIA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1003.
ASKS FOR ANOTHER CHANCE
Mother of Little Girl Fiend for
Longer Time to Quit Liquor.
PITIABLE VICTJM OF DUETS
Hnaba Wkg la raratra trm Her
nftr tm Take Her Back
n Prabatlan It Ske
"5lv m on mora chanc. Judir. I can
qi'lf. d)nltin If I hve Juit one more
chance," was tha plea made by Mrs. P.
J. Qulnn to Jud Et-lle of the Juvenile
routt' Monday morning when tha case of
her little daughter Mary came before the
Mr.:Qulr.n ii now In the matron'i depart
ment af the county Jail recovering from
the effects of a debauch which came near
throwing her Into delirium tremens. When
eha appeared In court he wai eo nervous
her hand trembled and she could hardly
letalo her composure
' Little Mary, years of age, was In the
next room waiting for the court to decide
what should bo done with her until her
mother could make good her promise to
leave drink alone. Mrs. Qulnn was In the
Hood Bhepherd home and In the dlpso
niantao ward at the Lincoln asylum taking
treatment for the drink habit, but both
tlTiaa she went back to her cups. Her hus
band Is now separated from her and he
announced In court u would take her back
after a probation period of six months pro
vided he left drink alone during that time.
"All 1 wunt Is a chance to worn." pleaded
Mrs. Qulnn. "I can leave drlna alone now;
1 Know I can If I Just have a. chance to
work for six months then I can go back
to. my husband."
Rev. R. B. H. Bell promised to get her
a position In a good family during that
time and Mrs. Qulnn will be given another
chance. In the meantime her little daugh
ter will be pieced, in St James' orphanage.
! Elgkt Bars Break Into Train.
Eight small boys from South Omaha
lined up before Judge Eeielle of the Juve
nile court Monday morning and collectively
and severally admitted they had broken
Into a Rock Island car In Albright and
taken from It seventy-five bottles of beer.
The boys were Just as unanimous In tell
ing the court they got very little good out
of the loot because their parents and their
parents' boarders deeming It bad morals
for the boys to have so much Intoxicating
llguor took it all from them and put the
boys OJt of temptation's way by drinking
the beer themselves.
fht lads promised never to break into
any box cars and to quit running the
streets at night, and with .this understand
ing they were alowetl to go back home.
' peaperate Shootlns;
pains in vthe chest require quick treatment
with Dr. King's New Discovery. Prevents
pneumonia. , 0c and I1.C0. Beaton Drug
Co. ' ' "
Grand Trunk-Lehlgh Valley, double track
route, Chicago to New York via Niagara
Falls; Grand Trunk-Central Vermont-Boston
& Maine route from Chicago to Boston
nd the Grand Trunk Railway System to
Mcntrcal, Quebec and Portland. Double
track from Chicago to Montreal.
Kor particulars of special low round trip
fines, descriptive literature, etc., apply to,
Oso. W. Vaux. A. G. P. & T. A., 135 Adams
WEBSTER STREET DEPOT.
Sioux City pasNenger now leaves 2 p. m.,
Instead of 3:06 p. m. The Emerson local
a new train leaves Omaha 5:45 p. m., ar
rives Omaha :10 a. m., except Sunday.
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE."
Greeley Wall Calendars for 10O9
will keep you In' the memory of your trade
for an entire year. Several sizes and
styles. Write today for samples and prices.
Greeley Prlr.tery, Ft Louis.
Dr. Ross, Dentist, 415 Barker Block.
Fit her out with the right
kind of shoes shoes that
won't hurt her feet and
take her mind from her
studies shoes that will
look neat as well as wear
We've selected our misses'
' school shoes with great care
and hare no hesitancy in offer
' Jng them to you knowing they
are the best we could get and
a heap better than the average
school shoe you have an oppor
tunity to buy.
sizes 8 to 11..... $1.50
: For the. miss
sizes 11 Vs to 2... $2.00
For young women
sires 2Y2 to 6 $2.50
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 FARM AM STREET.
TUESDAY'S SPECIAL SALES
THIS STORE WILL BE
Open Until 6 P.M.
Beginning Tuesday, Sept. 1st.
SATURDAYS Until 10 P. M.
All Silk Ribbons at 5c i 10c-
Great bargain squares of finest all
silk ribbons plenty of blacks, whites,
colors and fancies.
All Silk Moire and Plain Taffeta
Ribbon Nos. 12 and 16, worth
up to lBc yard in one lot at,
All Silk Taffeta Ribbon-In all
widths up to 100; blacks,
whites, all colors and fancies;
worth up to 26c yd. at, yd
9 CA nnl M DnnnilAlnllin Cl ETA VA
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French and Austrian chiffon broadcloth, thoroughly
shrunk and sponged. They were manufactured in Europe
expressly for a New York ladies' tailor should retail at
$3.50 to $4.50 a yard. Colorings that will be most in de
mand are here. Peacock, taupe, wisteria, ca- Qj "A
tawba, cedar, London smoke, new French and V I
Holland blues, morron, Bordeaux and the pas- I
tel shades, at, yard
75c EMBROIDERIES at 35c Yard
A huge bargain square filled with hand loom em
broideries, new lots of beautiful wide skirtings and fine
wide embroideries many are the daintiest baby patterns,
others are more elaborate worth up to 75c a yard will
go at, yard, 35c.
MEDIUM AND WIDE
Embroideries at 10c 15c
Corset cover embroideries, skirtings, flouncings, gal
loons, insertings and bands also medium widths, worth
up to 35c a yard, at, yard, 10c and 15c.
on't Fail to See
Exhibit. One of the Finest
Displays at the
NEBRASKA STATE FAIR
Situated. Main Street between Poultry and
Fish Buildings, State Fair Grounds
at the proper time to give teeth ur
gent care, vli., when decay first makes
lta appearance. Not to know the ex
periences that bad teeth cause. Is not
to allow a decay to grow and become
JUST THAT FILLING
that la needed now Is easily put in, and
the expense is comparatively small,
illllngs that I put in, give patients
pride In their teeth.
It 111 be a pleasure to tell you the ex
act condition of your teeth as well as
their real needs.
Taft's Dental Room
1517 Douglas Street.
deduced Elates to
STATE FAIR ITickets on sale Ang. 31 to Sept. 4.
aug. 31-sept. 4. I Return Limit Saptembar 7lfi,
EL 8:52 a.m. 1:20 p.m. 4:40p.m.
k"v.. 1 W5 h2Z! 1 8:00 J-f i iq:30
Sept. 1-2-3 j a.m. Sept 1-2 ) p.m. Sept 3d J p.
1323 Farnam St.
f 1 )f j FALL yi'ARTK.RLY HT1 I.K IIOOK, Be
' tw whe0 b"Rht in connection with any 16c
J $r Ladles" Home Journal Pattern.
STORE OPEN ALL DAY TUESDAY
Summer half-holidays are over now. This is children's
week. Special sales in all kinds of school apparel for boys
That "something different," that individuality and tone
that always marks the Bennett suit display is more than
ever conspicuous in our present exhibit. The real smart
novelties, the highest ideals of New York's fashion creators
are attracting the women of fashion.
The new 36-inch coat is probably the most in evidence, but
the long graceful lines and directoire tendencies of the
three-quarter lengths are in high favor. Sheath and coat
skirts predominate. The new taupe, cedar greens, sap
phire and other late shades in connection with all the reg
ular colorings make this a well rounded showing. fT m
Bennett prices make this doubly interesting, for
you can buy suits worth $50.00 for
Advance Display Tuesday
flooor Tailored Linen Waists
Fall styles from Hagedorn & Merz, makers of the well
known "Royal" waists, acknowledged to be the most per
fect fitting waists made in America, strictly all linen, with
wide pleats or pin tucks and real pearl buttons, either plain
or embroidered linen cuffs and collars. $2.50-$3.50-$5
Stylish School Dresses
For. Girls 6 to 14 Years
Hydegrade Galatia, the best, most durable wash material
made, choice patterns and absolutely fast colors; many
charming styles, beautifully and carefully made and trim
med $2.50 and $5.95
WOOL PLAIDDRKSSES and all wool serge sailor suits. In
great variety of prices $1.25 $1.98 $2.50 $4.00 to $8.50
A big assortment of stunning gar
ments of highest grade taffeta,
mostly one of a kind, many makers'
samples, blacks and all shades and
colors to match your dresses Tues
day only, to clear up r e
$8.50 Values, $4.95
the line quickly
On smale Tuesday, 54-lnch Broadcloth, In pastel and street shades,
very fine qualities, bought all the short lengths from well Aflf
known factory values to $2.00 yard, at nrOC
BLACK TAFFETA SILK Full yard wide; heavy, brilliant lustre and
great $1.39 value Tuesday, at Q'lt
yard J OS
WE WILL ALSO MAKE TO YOU MEASURE
PETTICOAT FREE OF CHARGE Choice of three styles from silks
Black mercerized Sateen, also Apron vhwk uuikuoiu ui numumu
Sprlnglass, black and all Bhades,
35c values I CA
for a v
quality, 8c kind, every good
color Tuesday, "
BEST AMERICAN TABLE OIL CHOTHS 5-4 widths, big line of
patterns on sale Tuesday, at t
DENNETT'S DIG GROCERY
"Best We Have Corn", 12 c value, 3 cans
Bennett's Capitol Coffee, pound..
Basket Fired Japan Tea, pound
Bennett's Capitol Black Pepper, Allspice or Ginger,
Pickling Spice, pound
Beauty Asparagus, can
New York Full Cream Cheese, pound
"Beat We Have" Apricots, can
"Best We Have" Beets," can . . . .
"Best We Have" Wax Beans, 2 canB
100 S. & H. Trading Stamps
with each ton this week.
t" Capitol Coal or any other kind, this in addition to our
y special low summer prices. If you desire, and upon payment
f, or coal, we win aenver hi any tune io sun juur uuuwmrm;:.
H In this manner you get advantage of summer rates.
NEBRASKA STATE FAIR, LINCOLN
Monday, Aug. 31 Lincoln Day. Tuesday, Sept. 1 Governor's Day.
Wednesday, Sept. 2 Bryan Day. Thursday, Sopt. 3 Taft-Omalia Day.
Friday, Sept. 4 Parade Day.
Best Agricultural, Live Stock and Machinery Exhibits Ever
Shown in Nebraska.
$30,000.00 in Premiums. $12,000.00 in Speed
Fifteen harness and eight running races.
, Pain's stupendous spectacle
ERUPTION OF MT. VESUVIUS and CARNIVAL OF NAPLES
600 people. Immense display of fireworks each night.
Llberati's New York Festival Military Band and Grand Opera Concert
Company of sixty persons, eighteen of whom are Grand Opera singers of
national reputation. State bands from Hebron, Beatrice, Aurora and
Western League Base Ball Athletic Meet Wild West Show
New $23,000.00 cattle barn, 174x255 to hold 636 head of cattle.
New $10,000.00 steel trame Auditorium, to seat 4500 people, to be
dedicated by Hon. W. J. Bryan, on Wednesday, September 2d.
Ask Your Railroad Agent for Rates.
For premium list and entry blank, write W. R. Mellor. Secretary, Lincoln. Neb.
There Will Be P
Several wetldlngs In September Ehould you be
invited Ha would like to meet ) uu In our Mtore. m hen
you can select a prenont for the bride. Look for the
H. W. LINDSAY. Jeweler
. 151S SOVOX.AI STBCST
Does not Heal, Treat or Cure, but Is a Mechanical
Science that adjusts the cause and allows nature to
act normally, without the aid of Drugs or Knife.
Call and Investigate.
Drs. Twombly (L Twombly,
SUITE 22-23 CONTINENTAL BLOCK. .
Bee VJant-Ads Business Boosters
The Great Silk Sale Continues,
All the new fall silks from the Ii. and E. Stern find Lehich Vnlloy
Killf mills nnrnlinKP. vnliips tn 1 ..)0 n vnrd. Ofl 4fl Ofl
' ' ' tHP.dHP.h" P Jr
in three lots, at.
floor stock of
men's and ladles'
to $4.00. $1.08
THE RELIABLE STORE
rc tl.e new
fall styles In the
& Man m e n's
Extra Specials for Tuesday
From O to :;10 A. !.
Lonsdale (the genuine
yards limit, at, per yard
Checks, yard 5
Arnold's 36-inch Flan
nelettes. 18c grade, at,
per yard 10
Amoskeag Outing Flan
nels, yard 7H. 10
Indigo Blue Prints.
Simpson's-- i . . . -34
One case of
From 2 to 2:30 P. M. One case Fruit
of the Loom, (the genuine article) 10
yards limit, at, per yard 5
FOR ALL DAY
124c grade 7M
16c double fleeced wrap
per cloth, extra weight,
at, per yard . . - 8
36-inch Fine Percales,
Closing out summer
16c goods 7tf
12V4c goods . . . . 6C
10c goods 5?
10c goods 34 C
10c goods 2H?
Special sale on Tow
ols 3MS 5S 7H.
150 nd 10
We have some of that 6th Avenue
Broadcloth stock that Is sold at $1.60
a yard. Come and get It here at, per
Extra special on novelties and plain
75c dress goods -50c
$1.00 dress goods . . 75
$1.25 drebs goods 89c
$1.50 dress goods 98
$2.00 dress goods SI. 10
Select any material from 60c a yard
up. In our entire dress goods depart
ment and have your skirt made (a
measure by a first-class lady tailor.
who Is located right In our store.
24 new up-to-date styles to selec
from, at $1.50. $1.75, $2.00, $2.2
9 KA onri 11 On
Perfect fit guaranteed or money re- (
Bargain Day Tuesday
In Our Cloak Department
Women's Cravenettes Manu
facturer's stock, made to sell
up to $10.00; magnificent har
gains at $3.95
Silk Braided Butterfly Jackets
Splendid assortment for se
lection, values up to $20.00; on
sale at $7.50
FREE, FREE, FREE A Stylish Silk Waist Absolutely Free
to each purchaser of one of our French voile skirts; splendid
Either Waist or Skirt is fully worth price asked for both.
$6.00 Silk Underskirts $3.95
$2.50 Heatherbloom Underskirts ' .$1.45
Better than ever CROWN JEWEL SUITS, $25.00. See
the new fall styles.
All Silk Taffeta Ribbons
Extra wide, leading shades, many in the lot worth
regularly to 25c, at
ig Sale of
Tuesday, 1st Floor
A big purchase of over fifty dozen
Infant's garments, white and colored,
dresses, jackets, wrappers, rompers,
play suits, etc., values up to $1.00,
go at, choice 25
An lmmeuse line of ladles' and chil
dren's fall and winter weicht under
wear, all sizes, regular 25c and '39c
values, choice 15
We are Omaha selling agents for I
these celebrated yarns and In order to
Introduce them are offering all at
about half their actual retail worth. -, f i
Knitting Yarns full weight skein, T vl?
all colors, at 15 LS jj
Shetland Floss worth 15e, large J V
skein, at -76 NK,
Imported Saxony, worth 12 He, all col- J j
ors, skein 5 Iff
Germantown Zephyrs, regular 16c val-
ues, on sale at 7'C X '; J
Imported Spanish Knitting Yarn, 20c j J
value, at IOC l . !
Can Your Pears and Peaches Now
We have one carload of extra fancy
yellow Crawford, California, Peaches
These are the finest grown for can
ring, and tomorrow we will continue
to sell them, per crate 05?
Also one carload of extra fancy
Colorado Bartlett Pears, packed in
bushel boxes, tomorrow, box . .$1.05
FRKSII VEGETABLES TUESDAY
Fancy Sweet Corn, per dozen ... .10c
Fancy New Jersey Sweet Potatoes,
three pounds for 10c
Fresh Beets or Carrots, per bunch, .lc
Fresh Parsley, per bunch lc
Fancy home grown 8quash, 3 for.. 6c
Two heads Fresh Celery 5c.
Fancy ripe Tomatoes, small baskets. 6c i
New Onions, per lb 2c
Fancy Wax or Green Beans, per lb. 6c
Fresh Leaf Lettuce, per head lc
Eight bunches fresh Radishes 6c.
-bushel basket Fancy Ripe Tomatoes
for canning 25c
Monday's prices en all groceries
butter, cheese and crackers.
m hayden's nm
This word is a terror to some people, but did you ever
stop to consider the conveniences you receive in
modern office building when you locate your business there?
Janitor service, electric light, water and the comforts of a
well kept building. For
you can rent enough space for one or two desks and suffi
cient room so that your clients will not be crowded while
waiting for your attention. The good
space in Omaha is limited and we would suggest if you con
template opening an office for professional or commercial
the near future that you call and see the space we have tr j,
,otract - 1
offer. You will make no mistake by locating in
R. W. BAKER, Supt.
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