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TTIE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, RErTEMBEIt 4; 1000.
U, Dan. SIS
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Prices greatly redacel during this sale. Everything choice and new. Today we men
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60c Crib Comforter, At
$1.26 Crib Comforters, at
$1.00 Full size Comfortprs, at
$1.25 Full 819 Comforters, at
$1.50 Full Size Comforters, at
$2.25 Full Size Comforters, at
The New Buttons Are
We are pleased to announce
the arrival of our new Fall
stock of buttons. It will be a
pleasure for you to see the new
beauty that has been wrought
In these new buttons.
New Jet buttons In large,
medium and small sizes.
Special Good Pearl Buttons
one Uun on a card, at 6c.
Saturday Candy Specials.
Balduff's delicious Nut Patties, regular price 40o a pound, Saturday, at,
Thompson Belden & Co.'s special Chocolates, regular price 50c a pound, all
Toilet Goods Speoially
Priced for Saturday
Special clearing of all odd
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worth 60c to 75c a box, your
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Talcum Rli Powder In
pound packages, regular price
J 5c, Saturday, each 9c.
Colgate's Tooth Powder, Sat
urday, at 16c
Toilet Pomice, Saturday, each
World's Fair Polished hard
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See our Blanket
M. COOK TELLS
(Continued from First Page.)-
None of them expressen real doubt of the
truth .of the discovery of the north pole
and all believe that Dr. Cook will be able jealous than the savants." Mr. Rochefort
to put forward his , proofs. Even the writes.
Danish defense question has taken a place M. De La Orange, dean of the section
In the newspapers secondary to the news l 0f geography and navigation of the Acad
of Dr. Cook s achievement. ; t.my of Sciences, declared today that the
London Believes It. j extreme low temperature encountered, 81
LONDON, Sept. . Dr. Cook's story of degrees below sero, centigrade, and the
hla discovery of the North Pole continue,
to be the topic of discussion In London to
day. The press, the public, scientists and
publicists still are Inclined to believe the
authenticity of the doctor's narrative, but
they prefer to suspend final Judgment un
til Ih. olantlfl I., all. .
The Pall Mall Qasette, referring to the
tendency In some quarters to take a dubi
ous view of the achievement, says:
"Readers of Dr. Cook s book about this
ascent of Mount McKtnley will reoognize
the author In every feature of this narra
tive. He wanted space. He made use of
glorified commonplaces about his feelings
: on the summit of Mount McKlnley, much
as he does now with the 'purple snows' of
the pole around him, when he Indulges In
: 'purple reflections' upon the disappearance
of time and the points of the compass at
"The fact that Dr. Cook has written onoe
more In his own style gives no reason to
suppose that he did not reach the highest
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$2.75 Full Size Comforters, at $2.39 each
$3.00 Full Size Comforters, at $2.48 each
$6.00 Down Quilts, at $4.88 each
$7.00 Down Quilts, at $5.88 each
$4.00 Wool Comforters, at $3.25 each
New Hosiery for Women
The Gilt Edge Hose, gauze
weight, mercerized lisle, black
with gilt tops, heels and toes.
One of the best wearing hose
on the market, 50c per pair.
Black silk Utile Hose with
cotton soles and wide welt tops,
excellent value, 35c per pair,
or three pairs for $1.00.
Special prices on colored lisle
Women's Skirts, Made to
Order Important. Stir
ring News of Smart
Styles at Small Cost.
Our new Skirt Models are
now ready. Come Saturday.
Every woman who has a skirt
to buy, who wants something
good, out of the ordinary; come
to our dress goods department
and select any material from
hundreds of styles, and have it
Man-Tailored to your special
measure. The New Autumn
styles of skirts ara beautiful
and at prices that will please
NOTE: See the pretty petti
coats we are making of heath
erbloom taffeta, any color ex
cepting white and black for
latitude on earth. It merely remains for
him to prove It."
Hnym Scientists Are Jealous.
PARIS, Sept. 3. Henri Rochefort, writ
ing In La Patrle, express his. stupefaction
over Dr. Cook's discovery where ao many
others . have failed, He pointed out that
the explorer must expect to see his con-
There la no group more
rapidity of Dr. Cook's march would tend
to discredit the narrative in the minds of
savants, who must await further Informa
tion. "But science already has read the lesson
of the north pole," M. De La Grange said,
"and it Is not likely that Dr. Cook, If he
has succeeded, will be able to announce
Baldwin IMaae Trit to Pole.
NEW YORK, Sept. Evelyn B. Bald
win, the polar explorer, today exprepsed j
the opinion that Dr. Cook's achievement
would prove a spur to explorers, geograph
ers and scientists. Mr. Baldwin also an
nounced that he hirrself was preparing for
another attempt to reach the pole.
"I expect to start scon," he said. "We
ill proceed In a strong vessel through
Behring strait snd make our ship fast In
th pack Ice. Then we hope to drift com
pletely through the northern ocean at the
rate of two miles a day, passing the polar
point and coming south again somewhere
between the northeast coast of Greenland
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ish style has been faithfully "fac sirailed" in these newer
6uits for fall.
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the sizes range from 7 to 17 years and we STILL equip each
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Union Suits at greatly reduced
price. Main floor, south alslo.
a pound 25n
day Saturday and evening, lb. 25c
Special Sale of House
Dresses, Silk Petticoats
and Separate Skirts at
the Bargain Square Sat
day. Women's one piece percale
house dresses, regular $2.50
value, Saturday each 98c. .
Pure Taffeta Silk Petticoats
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snd Spitsbergen. I expect to find land to
the west of Crocker.land. We expect to
take along a dirigible balloon, which will
be useful In making side trips.
' "I think the finding of the south pole
will prove an easier task than the dis
covery of the north pole, because it Is
surrounded by a continent, while the Arctic
Ice Is constantly shifting and breaking up.
"The skepticism of many persons regard
ing Dr. Cook's remarkable feat of traveling
500 miles In thirty-five days . Is not well
founded. Such a thing la not impossible
under favorable conditions."
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
N ember of Appointments Are An
nounced for tbe Poatofftee
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Sept. 8 (Special Tele-
grom.) The following postmasters have
been appointed: Nebraska, Tobias, Saline
county, Judson A. Cummlntrs vice W. M.
Wallace, resigned. South Dakota, Wasta,
Pennington county, Frank J. Ilurdette vice
E. W. Thomas, removed.
Walter E. Monlcal has been appointed
rural carrier and L. J. Monlcal substitute
for route I, st Havelock, Neb.
The Union Stock Yards National bank
of South Omaha has been approved as re
serve agent for the First National bank
of Crete and the O'Neill National of
The secretary of the Interior has af
firmed the decision or the land office In
holding for cancellation the homestead en
try of Jacob Jacobs in the Alliance, Neb.,
T R O USERS
vilh each euii.
describe: styles too many;
rrTXTi f J inlh
Kubtrt M. Keely wf this city. Dr.
BANQUET FOR DR. COOK
Explorers' Club of New York Plant
Function for September 30.
INVITATION SENT BY CABLE
Event 1m Be Made Principal Incident
ol lladson-Fttlton Celebration
Many Ksplorere to
NBW YORK. Sept. t America's welcome
to Dr. Frederick Cook will be made one of
the principal events of the Hudson-Fulton
celebration If the explorer can be per
suaded to hasten his return so as to reach
New York before the end of September. To
thta end the board of directors of the Ex
plorers' olub held a meeting tonight and
sent a cablegram urging Dr. Cook to be
the guest of honor at the club's Hudson
Fulton dinner on September M. The mes
sage waa sent to Copenhagen, to be deliv
ered when the explorer lands there tomor
row from the Hans Edge. If a favorable
reply Is received steps will be taken at
once to make September 90 Cook day at
the Hudsqn-Fulton celebration, and a sub
stantial fund will be raised to make hla
welcome home an event corresponding to
the unparalleled character of his achieve
ment. The cablegram sent tonight, signed by
Henry C. Walsh, secretary of the Explor
ers' club, Is as follows:
"Heartiest congratulations on your
splendid achievement by board of directors
of Explorers' club. We urge you to be
guest of honor at Explorers' club dinner
September 30. " "WALSH."
An International Brent.
If the plans of the Explorers' club meet
with Dr. Cook's approval, and the data
tentatively eeleoted tonight Is appointed for
the official welcome, an International char
acter will be lent to the celebration by the
presence In New York at that time of sev
eral of the most prominent explorers of
other countries, who will add their tribute
to the official and unofficial ovations of
city, state and nation. Among those who
have already made plans to be In Amer
ica Jt the time of the Hudson-Fulton cele
bration are Dr. Frldtjof Kansen, whose
memorable North Pole expedition of 1803
reached the highest latitude until then at
tained; Dr. Otto D. Nordenskjold the
Swedish Antarctic explorer and geologist;
Captain Koatd Amunden, hero of the North
western passage, who Is now fitting out a
polar expedition to start early next year;
Dr. Stephanson, the Norwegian explorer;
and Lieutenant Shackleton, the English
naval officer whose explorations In the
Antarctic led him to reach the farthest
southern point ever reached by man.
The committee of the Explorers' club, In
charge of the welcome to Dr. Cook, Is as
follows: Prof. Marshall H. Pavllle, acting
president, chairman; Anthony Flalla.
author of "Fighting the Polar Ice;" Cas
par Whitney, the sporting authority; Henry
C. Walsh, secretary of the Explorers' clab;
Frederick S. Dellenbaugb, an explorer of
note; Btansburg Hager, the ethnologist,
and Walter O. Clark.
Arctic Clnb Invited.
The Explorers' club tonight voted to In
, vlte the Arctic club, of which Dr. Cook
, was former president, to participate In the
celebration. The two clubs number among
their members practically every American
explore; of note and their greeting to Dr.
, Cook will constitute about the highest
! "professional" tribute that be could re
ceive. ' '
In recognition of Dr. Cook's achievement
It Is planned to have present at the dinner
official representatives from explorers'
clubs from every country which has taken
part In polar exploration. Those who were
present at tonight's meeting In the Ex
plorers' club rooms were almost unanimous
In their belief that Dr. Cook would be
able to produce ample proof to convince
all doubters. There are those, however, In
the membership of the clubs, It was said
who frankly question Dr. Cook's acceunt
of his achievement and who have declared
to the directors that the most unassailable
scientific proof should be demanded before
the club officially recognises Dr. Cook as
the discoverer of the pole.
One of the directors of the club, who
declined to be at tonight's meeting, be
cause he frankly said, he waa "not In sym
pathy with the project," was quoted as de
claring that the society should demand
proof. This director Is a close personal
friend of Lieutenant Peary, and It was
said tonight that many of Pary's friends
In the club are supporting this point of
Fraockt Talks of Cook.
Rudolph Francke, the last white man who
saw Dr. Cook before his final dash for the
pole, added his word of tribute to his
friend's achievement today.
"Dr. Cook never made a statement he
could not prove," said Francke. "From the
day I first met Dr. Cook I was Impressed
with his perseverance. He does not know
what it means to quit. His strength of
purpose Is wonderful. When I left Dr.
Cook 500 miles from the pole he was about
ready to make his final dash northward.
With hickory sledgea of his own design,
with some of the best trained dogs In the
polar region and with a supply of care
fully dried meats and provisions, he was
confident of ' success.
"Dr. Cook thought It best that I should
return. He was the oommander of the ex
pedition and I obeyed without hesitation.
" 'Francke,' he said to me, as we parted
on the morning of March I. 'I am going
to take desperate chances and I have de
cided that It would be asking too much to
expect you to go with me. I am willing to
risk my life for this Idea and I hope to
win. I have reason to believe that I shall
succeed, but If I go down I shall go alone.'
from that day I have never doubted that
he would succeed."
Mra. Cook ComlnsT to Wear York.
Word was received In New York tonight
from Mrs. Cook, who has been spending
a couple of weeks at South HarpBwell, Me.
The message was sent from Portland, and
said that while Mrs. Cook was on her way
to her home In Brooklyn, she . would
travel by easy stages and would not ar-
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formal, suutement tonight effectually put
ting a damper on some of the Interviews
credited to him Concerning the Stars and.
Stripes floating over newly acquired ter
ritory In the polar regions. Said the at
torney general: "A reporter came to see
me at my house last night and asked for
my opinion as to the raising of the Ameri
can flag over the North polo. I declined to
consider the matter aeiioualy and, after
some jocular remarks In reply to his ques
tions as to what he could quote me as
saying, I stated that he could say that I
had not given the matter any serious con
sideration." Mental Illesloa Is Sugaeated.
FHII.A DELPHI A, Sept. 8 That Pi-.
Cook' reported discovery of the North pole
may be a mental Illusion on the part of
the explorer, superinduced by the monotony
of a two years' sojourn In the Polar
I regions, was the belief expressed today by
Keely accompanied Peary on his North
tlreeland expedition of lKt- and thus be
came Intimately acquainted with Dr. Cook,
who was a member of the party. He snld:
"From what I know of the Pearv expedi
tion and the conditions near the pole. I
can only conclude that Dr. Cook Is maklns
a sincere statement, but the veracity of
It is a question of mental Illusion. I do
not believe that It Is Impossible to reach
the pole, but It seems Improbable That one
man can accomplish the frst. As for the
Fsitilmaux. their testimony Is valueless.
They do not even know what the North
"Peary and Cook were within 200 miles
of each other and If, as reported. Dr. Cook
made dally observations, a comparison of
the conditions of the Ice or weather would
mean a (treat deal. If Peary reports an
unusual condition of the Ice It will partly
confirm Dr. Cook's statement, ror with
nothing short of that could the pole have
"The Ice drift haj never been northward,
according to the reports of any of the
explorers In any expedition.
"Trsvcllng 100 miles In Seven days, as
Dr. Cook's story would Indicate, seems Im
possible. I confidently believe that Dr
Cook was affected by the strain ' of his
Journey and hns come to believe that he
has really reached the pole."
Dr. Keely Is a member of the Arctic club
of New York and has written a book on
the Polar regions.
Medals for Cook and shackleton.
WASHINGTON, Sept. S.-Plans were
formulated today to secure tho attendance
at the annual) banquet of the National
Geographical society In this city next De
cember of the two famous explorers of ths
Polar regions, Dr. Cook and Lieutenant
The society proposes to present to Dr.
Cook, who Is believed to have dlsoovered
the North pole, and to Lieutenant Shakle
ton, who led an expedition Into the Ant
artlc, handsome medals In comniemmora
tlon of their achievements.
F. Willis Moore, president of the society,
said It was the purpose to have President
Taft, If possible, present the medals and
to make the banquet the most notable
event In the history of the Geographical
CLEAN STREETS FOR TAFT
(Continued from First Page.)
Thirty-ninth street, south on Thirty-ninth
to Farnam, east one block to Thirty-eighth
street, south to Jackson and east on Jack
son street to Thirty-sixth street. A Jo
of a couple of blocks will be taken north to
Harr.ey and then east to Thirtieth street,
or the South Central boulevard. On the
boulevard the party will go south and west
to Woolworth avenue In sight of the Bishop
Clarkson and Wise Memorial hosnltals.
Temple Israel and the First Baptist, All
Saints Episcopal and the new First Church
of Christ, Scientist. On Woolworth avenue
the party will Journey east to Thirty-second
avenue and south on this avenue, the west
ern boundary of Hanscom park, to Center
Automobiles are not allowed In Hans
com park, but by a special dispensation
from the Board of Park commissioners the
presidential party will be allowed to go
through the park in the machines. The
party will enter the park at Center street,
passing through and leaving It at Hickory
street and Park avenue along which avenue
the party will drive north to Woolworth
avenue again. On Woolworth the party
will go east past the Hanscom Park Meth
odist church and the Park school to Geor
gia avenue, north on Georgia avenue to
Poppleton avenue, eaat on Poppleton to
Twenty-fourth street, north on Twenty
fourth past the Mason school to Leaven
worth street, and east on Leavenworth
street past the Leavenworth school to Six
The party will turn south again on Six
teenth street and go as far as Center
street, passing the Comenlus publlo
school and the St Cecilia Catholic paro
chial school. At Center the party will
turn and come back to the business sec
tion of the city over Sixteenth street go
ing north as far as Douglas street, where
It will turn and go west to the Omaha
club on Douglas and Twentieth streets.
If you have anything to sell or trade
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 8.-Forecast of the
weather for Saturday and Sunday:
For Nebrsska Showers and cooler Sat
urday; Sunday, fair and colder in south
For Iowa and Missouri Local showers
Saturday, with colder In west and central
portions; Sunday, generally fair and colder.
vFor South Dakota Generally fair and
colder Saturday; Sunday, fair, with rising
For Kansas Local showers and colder
Saturday; Sunday, fair and colder.
For Colorado Rain and colder Saturday;
For Wyoming Fair and oolder Saturday,
preceded by rain In south portion; Sunday,
For Montana Fair Saturday and Sunday;
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
OFFICE OF THK WEATHER nURF.AT'.
OMAHA. Sept. 3. Official record of tem
perature and preolpltation, compared with
the corresponding period of the iat three
ytara: I- I17- WJ.
Maximum temperature.... 7 81 T 7T
Minimum temperature.... SI 61 64 s
Mean temperature 8 71 to OK
precipitation VxJ .00 .00 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and compared with the last two yearn;
Normal temperature 70
deficiency for the day ,
Total deficiency since March 1. 1W
Normal precipitation OS Inch
deficiency for the day 08 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 10. ftS Inches
deficiency since March 1. i.Mi Inches
luficlfncy for cor. period r.rt 40 Inert
Deficiency for cor. period 11(07.
. 6. SI inches
T P. at.
He porta from Stations nt
Station and State Tern. Max. Bain-
of Wjather. T p. m. Tern. fall.
Bismarck, raining 62
Cheyenne, cloudy ,. 64
Chicago, cloudy 64
davenport, cloudy M
denver, cloudy 70
Havre, pt. cloudy 60
Huron, clear 68
Kansas City, clear 76
North Platte, cloudy SO
Omaha, clear , 70
Hapld City, raining to
Kt. Ixuls, cloudy M
8t. Paul. pt. cloudy SO
Halt I.ake City, clear W
Valentine, pt. cloudy 74
Wllllston. cloudy 5
I I I a. m
(1 .-) (;"') 7 a. m
& p. in J
p. m 7J
7 p. m "I
J J t p. m W
1 p. m 7
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
U A. WfcUili. Leoal k'orecaster,
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was also to be permitted to furnish Its
proportion of the materials used In the
construction of the railroad. It was not.
however, to reoelve equal banking facilities
with the three others and was not given
the privilege of deelgratlng one of the
chiefs of engineers. It Is believed that
France has increased its demands so as
to Include the two privileges which are
regarded as of Importance. The outlook,
therefore, for an Immediate signing of the
agreement on the old basis Is not encourag
ing. No one In authority here, however,
seriously doubts that an agreement ulti
mately will be reached entirely satisfactory
to the United States.
Mrs. Harriet M. Patter.
Mrs. Harriet M. Potter died at 11 o'clock
Friday morning at her home at VAl Rees
street. Hhe Is survived by three sons and
one daughter, Mrs. James K. Jrfferls, E.
K. Potter, Francis Potter and Tal B. Pot
ter. The funeral will be private and will
be held Hunday morning at 9:30.
John English Green.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Sept. I -A dispatch
snnounces the death in New York today of
John English Green, son of the late Dr.
Norvln Oreen, for many years president
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Admission . . . lOe and oe
Change of play and specialties every
Sunday and Thursdays. The new Show at
tbe AIB BOMB Is a "hl
Matins every day, 8:1B every night, SUB
A Bight at a Olroosi I. aim Mooonnell
and Qraat Simpson i Bdwln Surr and
compear riadler and Bhelteni Onaeslnet
Stilt Wool: Baaas-Breaseme Dti
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"THE MONTANA LIMITED-'
Bandar "Dial SBTXb BAB."
Caf nnd Grill
Beginning- September Sta. we will
remain open freas A. M. to 18 . K.
a BOSTON LUNCH
IS ALWAYS OPEN AT BOTH
1612 FARNAM A 140w DOUGLAS
It Is sn Ideal pine for shoppers
Given las as substance U-
funon se kee'.ta roand in food
Hauling (rota ths oae oi
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