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THE r.EK: OMAHA, TliriJSPAV. SF.PTEMUF.U S. 1010.
CHAIN MOVEMENT IS B1L
Eeceipti (or the Week Show a Big In
create Over Year Ago.
MUCH CORN IS EXPECTED SOON
Bewsher Grala Company Prepare a
Statement a to the Corn I'roe
prcta In All Part of
The first week In September, 1910, at the
Omaha Grain exchange, show a gain of
107 can In receipt of grain over the simi
lar week last year. The (igurea are aa
Wheat Ill W
fun 294 . 1.2
Oats 11 l"0
IlecHptu, rartlpularly. of corn, are certain
to be big from now on. Out In the fields
allll remulna considerable of laat year's
crop and th la will have to be moved ahead
of the new yield.
"A world of corn will break In aoon from
the country" la the word which la passed
on the floor pf the Omaha exchange.
lluyera are ready (or thla atuff, too, and
almost nothing, apparently, can prevent
the movement, ... I
llany local purchasers of grain aro now- j
adaya keeping a remarkably cloae tab In
th quantity of corn and wheat which la In
particular district of the country. Through
the spread and use of the telephone, buy
era have learned Just how many buahela
a farmer In a given region haa and Jut
what price he la waiting for. When the
markets veer around to thla point the dcul
la likely to be completed. Some men have
thua bought the entire product of a neigh
borhood, having known exactly quantity
and price condition thereabout.
Dealers Are Untlnilstic.
A feeling of. optimism pervade the ex
change regarding the , buslneBa qutlook.
Crop condition are now such that pretty
fair yields are assured, and brisk business
may be expected, with considerable warrant
(or the expectation.
Nebraska corn prospects are much better
than a week or two ago, and The lieu her
Company estimate the crop will be at least
174,0UO,AOU bushtlB. This estimate la made
from 621 replies received, covering seventy
five counties out of the ninety-two of the
The report figure- 89.7 per cent of last
year's cn.jp, which was 1U4.000.0u0 bushel,
according to government figures. The
amount of old corn on hand, 12 per cent of
last year's crop, or 2,!,U00,uuV bushels.
The rain Immediately following the
middle of August have worked wonders In
Improvement, lb nan kept life In the plant
and haa left the amount of merchantable
coin still qupHtlonuble. It will take until
October 1 without frost to make any great
amount of merchantable corn, and there Is
a great deal of It that will not be safe
even at that late date. Aa It la, our re
ports Indicate that the western tiers of
counties were, on August 24. visited by a
frost that killed their crop.. However, there
1 not much corn raised In this section,
and the Ions will not be very noticeable.
The condition by section Is aa follow:
Section 1: boutti of the I'latte, west of
the Missouri river and to the western
boundaries of Saunders, Lancaster and
Uage counties, 131 report Indlcato W.7 per
cent of laat year' crop. In parts of this
section last year'a crop was mighty ahort.
The amount of old corn on hand, 12.8 per
cent of last year'a crop. t
Part of Month Platte Good.
Section 2: South of the Platte and be
ginning where Section 1 ended, extends to
the western boundary of Adams and Web
ster counties; 149 repira indicate 100 per
cent of laat vear'a irop. The amount of
old corn on hand. liii per cent of laat
year' crop. In parts of this un.-tion last
year's crop waa alKo pooh "
-Section 3: South of the i'latte ttd be
ginning where KecMort 2 ends, extends to
the Colorado line, furry -on . eoorts Indi
cate 74.6 per cent of last years crop. Tills
section had a very phurt crop last year.
The amount of old corn on hand, 4.1 per
cent of last crop. ,
Section 4: North of the Platte and south
of the Dakota line, begin at the Missouri
river and extend to the western boundary
of Knox, Antelono, Boone. Nance and Mer
rick countlea, la5 reports Indicate 7.t per
cent of last year'a crop. The amount of
old corn on hand, 13.5 per , cent of last
crop. Thla Ik the lurgnat com raising sec
tion In the state.
Section 5: North of th Plaits, and cov
ra all of the counties west of the ending
ot Section 1. and to he South Dakota and
Colorado-VVyomlr.g line, 105 report Indi
cate 77.2 per cent of la-it year's crop. The
crop here last year was also short. The
amount of old corn on hahl, 98 per cent
of last year' crop. ' Man counties in this
section raise very little cqrn. , .
- V Custer Coy nty
Says the Crops There Are Not Ex
celled ' Anywhere on
A. J. Morgan, a, Custer county farmer,
whose place In the western end of that em
pire county, wa In Omaha yesterday on
business. Mr. Morgan says he ha com
that will turn out 100 bushels to the acre.
"I have only about fifty acre of that
kind of corn," aald Mr. Morgan, "but there
1 a good dual more of tb same kind on
the adjoining placm. 1 want you to mention
thla In The Bee, bocaAise wo have even In
Nebraska iom people who do not yet rea
lise that In Custer and other western coun
ties the farmeta are raising corn and al
falfa that cannot be beaten by any man'
crops, anywhere. Up our way alfalfa la
getting to that point where no one pay
any attention to boatlng about It any
more. t ,
"In the year that J have spent In Cuter
county there haa been, brought about an
Agricultural development that Is really
wonderful, and we have Just begun to get
the right notion In our head a to the
capability of Nebraska soil whon properly
FARMERS ARE PLOWING EARLY
Adopting llrr FarmlMaT Method to
Ward Off Dry Year such a
I.at Year M.
Farmer In Nebraska, South Dakota and
Wyoming are for the first time In history
really going to try dry farming a a crop
rulrer. The scare many received In July
that their crop would fall from lack of rain
and the failure of oats and corn In many
placea haa brought I the western agricul
turist to thla point.
Crop reporta compiled .by the Burlington
road on the report received from agents
along the line, show that the fall plowing
which is usually left until very late, 'has
been practically completed In some place
and la well on the way everywhere.
Threshing haa been almost completed In
many placea and show a much better re
turn ot winter wheat and oat than was
expected at first. ..
Corn I growing splendidly and th out
look 1 for the auO.OUO.uoo bushel mark thla
yenr If the weather wilt only keep warm,
according to the report. Beet, potatoes
and all meadow are picking up and very
near an average crop of these will be har
vented. The only serious shortage In po
tatoe 1 on the Alliance and Sheridan
division where the front did some damage.
An Ato t'ollialun
mean many bad brulee. whloh Bucklen'a
Arnica Salve heal qukkly, aa It doe sore
and burns. 3uo. For (ale by Beaton Drug
10 T. K.
Thursday's Special Sales
Women's Seamless Hosiery at 17i Pair
Fast black fine mtTcerized fashioned seamless Hosiery
tf hite split soles regular and out sizes M ff 1
plain and ribbed tops ,big
Many are worth
WOMEN'S $2.00 AND $3.00 CORSETS AT $1,59
Medium and extra length Corsets, in fancy eoutil and ba
tiste, all good models. See the
window display. Worth $2.00
$3.00, at, each
WOMEN'S ELBOW LENGTH SILK GLOVES 50c PAIR
$1.00 quality elbow length pure Milanese Silk Gloves,
double finger tipped, black, white, pink, CAP
nnnirpn nnd skv. Jit. nnir
FINE 18-INCH EMBROIDERIES AT 19c YARD
Fine cambric and nainsook flouncings, skirtings and cor
set cover Embrqideries English eyelet and blind effects
many worth up to 35c yard big bargain 1Q
square, at, yard
Our Great September Sale of Blankets
At this great sale you will find the greatest variety of
high grade blankets that you can find iu Omaha, and they
are all very specially priced for this sale.
All wool and wool filled Blankets that usually sell up to
$6.00 pair, at, pair , $3.98
Wool spun, Beacon's and Wool Nap, at, pair .... $1.69
Beacon's Cotton Crib and Kobe Blankets, at, each.. 50c
And hundreds of other unusual bargains.
Correct Fall Styles
Well dressed men buy suits here because
they can be properly fitted in High Grade
"The man who buys his fall suit here can
select from the newest styles in the best
ready-to-wear clothes that are made for
men. All the strictly correct fall fabrics
and novelties are here. Price are
$15 to $35
Those delicious Bitter Sweets, with pure crushed fruit
flavors and chopped nut centers regular 40c , ,
-Thursday only, lb.
LARGE ENROLLMENT MADE
Six Hundred More Pupils Than Last
BIO TASK CARRIED OUT WELL
Fifteen Thousand Paplla Enter In All
and Sixteen Ilund.-ral Enter High
School Kindergarten Teacher
Threatens to Revlgn.
Without a perceptible hitch or a delay,
15,833 school children were enrolled In the
Omaha school Tuesday. This 1 an In
crease of 602 over the first day's enrollment
of laat year.
It waa a much larger attendance than
was expected the first day, but the (Or
ganisation was so well planned that noth
ing waa upset. In the high school, where
1,6( entered, printed circular, ' giving In
struction for everything to be done during
the flrat three days, were distributed at
the doors, and Wedneaduy morning ' the
regular routine of study was well under
, One noticeable change that Is brought to
the attention of the officials every fall la
the movement of population. The down
town kchoola get a smaller quota of pupils
overy year, and the outlying dlxtricta are
filling up. Several schools have became
so congested that transfers will be necea
sary, and the superintendent la busy with
plan for moving aome pupils . to lea
Inexperienced teacher bad their trouble
with the unexpected arrlvala of new pupil.
One kindergarten teacher, who la resolute,
but rather new at her trade, received an
avalanche of alxty &-year-old Infanta, who
had never been In school before. Her
room waa filled with howls for "Mamma,"
and flooded with tears all day long. The
teacher wa a wreck when school closed,
and threatened to resign If she l ad to be
a day-time mother to so many kid.
Crelghton college and the parochial
school alao opened.
Tuesday at Crelghton there were S71 en
trants and about thirty more are expected
before the month la passed. At this time
lat year only 315 had enrobed and the at
tendance will surely be the Urgent In the
history of the Institution,. There are no In
novation In the curriculum.
The following I a list of th Omaha
public school and the number of pupil
now enrolled In each.
nigh I.! Uncoin , rsfl
Bancroft Long fc3
Uevla J Ix.throp 7 4
1'ai 412! UtiMin tM
Caxtellar "- Monmouth Park; 4vT
Central 612, Mill, r 1'ark .... HI
Central Ferk.... Ul 1'ai-lflo. ......,.,. 13
10 P. M.
bargain square 1 "q"I
Jl a W
25c and 3oc pair.
Brandeis East Arcade
' , ; . ,
Clifton Hill.;.... 277 Park 631
Columbian 3421 Saratoga 628
L'omenlus 41ti; Saunders .'I6B
!ruid Hill 161 Sherman 119
Iupont 141), Train 44a
Karnam 4!ifi Vinton 479
ore 2141 Walnut Hill.... 820
Franklin 4o Webster 498
Howard Kennedy 478 Windsor 392
J'alt 6U Total 15,833
Leavenworth .... 207
Miss Nellie Perry, Who Was Found on
Doorstep as Child, Weds'
Word received from Chicago of the mar
riage of Guy McDonald and Nellie Perry
made a happy sequel of a pretty Omaha
Nellie Perry was found aa a baby on the
doorstep of W. A. Antrim. 906 North Thlr-ty-Becond
street and Mr. Antrim took her
In, bringing her up a if she had been his
own daughter. A year ago Guy McDonald,
who la a bookkeeper for Beebe & Runyan
company, came to live with the Antrim
while he was in this city.
None of the Omaha friends of the pair
knew of the coming marriage, the fellow
office men of McDonald not auapectlng
anything when he loft for his vacation.
Mr. Antrim gave them his blessing and
they left last night for Chicago.
From Chicago they intend to take a ahort
trip into Wisconsin, where they will meet
Mr. Antrim and relatives of the young
man and will make the trip home together
In a party. 1
Miss Perry 1 known in aouthern the
atrical cirlea aa a talented actress, haviug
played In that aectlon all lust winter.
REGISTRATION IS VERY LIGHT
l.r Than -4,000 Oat of 8ft, OOO
near to Re Enrolled on
Tueaday waa' a very' poor registration
day and the total nil ruber of name en
rolled will probacy amount to lesa than
4.000. Since there are more than 35,000 vot
er In the city thla I a poor showing.
The other two day ef leglwtratlon are Oc
tober 4 and October 3. The registration
that made was generally scattered
over the city. r
Some were under .the impression that a
name could be enrolled witti the city clerk,
but that la possible only when the proper
opportunity to register haa been neglected.
The council met all day aa a hoard of
equalisation to hear tax complaint. ..
obqsi a acia era asm
nV. Xl J. v
open until 0 o'Vlock lierrafler
Saturday until lO . m.
New "Double Service" House Dresses
First Introduction in Omaha. A
New Idea Every Woman Will Applaud
This new "Double Service" Dress is far in advance of
the usual styles of house dresses. It's going to win because
it is practical and fills a certain need that has long been felt.
This New Garment Is a Dress
It is made Prin
cess style, with
versible . fronts,
and Is very trim
and neat. There
are no buttons
and no hooks and
eyes, Just two
snaps on bolt.
Can be adjusted
to various sizes.
EASY TO PUT ON
On and off like a coat. Can be
mads to fit Rliort, medium or lonj
EASY TO LAUNDER
Entire garment open out flat,
no trouble to lion.
The materials are best Sea Isl
and I'erc alM and Teazle Downs. In
neat patterns, the workmanship
and finish are of a hlh order. All
made same atyle. Prices vary ac
cording to materials. ,
THE OMAHA LOAN & BUILDING ASSOCIATION cred
ited to its mgmiiqx&.ori-July 1st $8,000 Dividends., It lias never
j DIVIDEND ,
Address, S. E.
WRITE FOR BOOK ON PILES AND
DR. E. R. TARRY, 224 Be
DEAD MAN IS NOMINATED
Congressman 0. W. Norris Tells Why
it is Bone in Wisconsin.
CANDIDATE COMMITS SUICIDE
N'orrU Return to HI District to
Start HI Campaign nnd Will
Have Help from National
Why the republican of Wisconsin chose
a dead man for attorney general In vthe
primaries held Tuesday was explained by
Congressman George W. Norris. Mr. Nor
rl haa Just returned from Wisconsin and
Minnesota, where he has been making cam
paign speches for the LaFolleite candidates.
"Frank T. Tucker, though dead, was
nominated for the office of attorney gen
eral by the IaFollette men to prevent one
of the so-called "stalwarts" from getting a
place In the state platform convention,"
said Judge Norris. ".Under the Wisconsin
law, the state candidates and the candi
dates for the legislature make up the plat
form convention, and the fight was bo hot
that the progreHslves decided to vote for
Tucker In order to make sore of the vote
represented by him.
j If a man retires before ttje primaries In
that state, the committee cannot fill the
vacancy, but after the primaries have been
held the state committee can fill vacan
cies on the ticket. That comittee la in the
handa of LaFullette'a friends, pi ogreatilves.
and a man of that stamp will be selected
to fill the vacancy caused by Mr. Tucker'
Frank T. Tucker commltteed suicide, as
the report ha It, at Ovlikoah, a few days
ago, after attending a political meeting. lie
had been accused of stealing stamped envel
ope belonging to a at at 14 officer and past
ing a new return card over the name of the
state official. In fact, two paster were
found on some of the enveloea. Judge
Norris say 'that none of Tucker' friends
believed the. charge of theft was honestly
made, but felt that tome sort of a Job had
been put up to prejudice his candidacy.
'I am going noine now to prepare for my
own campaign, . . saul th f irth district
statesman, "and will spend about all of the
time between now and election In my own
district. Enough ground 1 to be covered in
the Fifth to Jceep any man busy."
Judge Norrl txptcts ootne help from other
men In the nation wbu r l as he does, but
he Is not rtady to announce name or date
yet. lie I not underestimating the atrentrth
of hi opponent, but will put up the tt'ung-
eat campaign be 1 capable of.
Apron All in
caiaoji n n n n n a n.
W' I 'M
1 1 y
TAKfS THK K1HST OPFORTI N1TV AND
COMK TO KKXXETT'S FOR THKSE
BOYS' ALL WOOL
SCHOOL sq 50
SUITS, at U
Plenty more new ones today. There's tone and
character to these boys' clothes, besides good
wear. We know it's not possible to buy lino,
all wool suits such as these with the high
grade workmanship for less money. Most stores
would mark them 5.00. The materials are
strong and durable and in good patterns, cut
double breasted, with knicker pants; like cut.
They are school suits that give more real serv
ice, coupled with good style and a low price,
than any you have ever seen before; sizes to IB
yearB, at $3.50
BOYS' BLOUSES of black sateen, guaranteed
fast colors, with soft collar; also blue gingham
blouses with collar attached or without collar;
6 to 16 years, at 50
paid to its members less than six per cent per
annum for 27 years. Saving accounts calling
for a monthly payment of $1.00 to $25.00 may
be opened any day, or lump sums of not over
$5,000 received. Ask for Booklet "A" and
other information. Assets $3,600,000. Reserve
Corner lGth and Dodge Streets.
FISTULA-Pav When CURED
All Rectal Diseases cared without a surgical!
operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other gen
eral aneasthetic used. CURE GUARANTEED
a LIFE-TIME, (examination pres.
RECTAL DISEASES WITH TESTIMONIALS
Bulldlnc. Omaha, Nebraska
Hill Line Proud
of Its Records
With Fast Mail
One Day Late in Four Months is What
the Books Show for the
One day late out of 152 day Is the record
made by the fast mall train running from
Chicago to Omaha over the Burlington.
The remarkable record made by this train
reads as follows:, April perfect. May one
day late, June, July and August perfect.
Added to this record there is the time
made by No IS, running from Chicago to
Omaha at a rate of forty-five mile an
hour, which arrived on time every day also.
Kastbound train, No. 8, from Denver,
reached Omaha on' time every day alao.
Theae trains had a fine record for the two
previous months. All theso trains carry
the government mall, which they take from
the New York Central in Chicago.
A little Incident is being told in connec
tion with the record made by No. 15. A
mail car broke down at Burlington, la.,
one day, making the time one hour late at
that station. In the 2S8 miles from there to
tho Union Puclflc transfer in Council Bluffa
the train went fifty-five mllea an hour,
making It In five hours and fifty minutes,
and got there on time.
IMaTTR'ef al Comlart
of liver and bowels, In refusing to act. Is
quickly remedied with Ir. King's New Life
l'll'.s. 25c. For tittle by Beaton Irug Co.
Good wholesome tony
easy feeling shoes, for
The Regent Shoe Company
205 South 15th St.
l-adles' garment are easily
spoiled by rarele'ftne., lncom
compctenry or lack of faollllli".
They are safe In our hands. We
won't tolerate carelessness and
eery worker engaged by us must
prova his competency before ob
taining employment.' Our facili
ties are unsurpa.aed by any etab
lishment In the west. Work sent
to us return to you with all the
charm of it original newness.
Ladles' Hults Oaned and
Ire8el, for . .$1.75 to $2.a5
La.lieV Vaint Cloanrd and
I'ressed, up from Bflf
Ladies' Skirts leanel and
Pressed, up from 75c
ladles' Ciavenettes Cleanetl and
Tressed, for . . f 1.50
1513 Jones St.
KEN'S CX.OTHXHO XECXIYIS
UMUSUAXi ATTZlfTIOlf -I- -I-
Baltimore and Chio Railroad
Low Fare Summer Tours
AND OTHER SEA SHORE
NEW YORK, BOSTON
NEW ENGLAND POINTS
Ticket on Sale Dally Until Sept 80th
LONG RETURN LIMIT.
LIBERAL STOP-OVER PRIVILEGES
For further particular address
W. A. FBZSTOXT, B. V. AtJSTIW,
T. P. A., Chicago. O. P. A., Chicago
TatTs Dental Rooms
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
One Collar Per Year.
HOTELS AND SUMMER RESORTS
OLD POINT 10MF0RT
ttOATlAG.. UATUINQ. KlalllAO,
Oalque food Culalne.
FOHTKaM Mow Hot... Uargeac Min
taxy tomt ua tU AtlaoUo Coast.
HAJU'TOfc tiUAJDd. In hauuyuu
r ei I be rtauwu Warauuta.
paotaJ ! mai maeaa Juae Oetoo
aookleta at Cnlemg. Meek Island A
raelfio, ana WsOMk Jfeatlroeea.
b aaare (IHO. jr. aBAMI, MOB.
(OM'IOKM atOalMOaV Vi.
Fred Postal, Pres. M. A. Shaw, Mgr.
$126,000 expended In remodeling, furnishing
and decorating. 100 room with hot and
cold water bath nearby, $1.00 and up per
day. 100 room with tub and ahower bHth,
circulating Ice water, $2.00 and up per day.
I Newest and finest cafe In the city, with
the most beautiful electrical fountain In
'America. Our facilities for high claw aer-
vce are unexceptional, and similar to the
Deal noteis in new rorK. iou can pay
double our rates for your accommodations,
but you cannot get anything better.
sturdy stylish fine fitting
men's wear, at
Agcnry for Dr. IUmmI Cushion
Klioe for Mn and Women.
n , -rV-
r- 1 . 1 1 - r -'""Jl-
Q I READS W
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1 i 1 y.... I .... r 1 1
s s j m jt v ..rr! 1 - r 1
"who knows" when she buy.
hT shoes, Ask her who fo!1$
the handsomest r.iot durable;,
stylish ! and perfect ' fitting
shoe. 1 ' !.
Just nk . her; "Madam,
where can you buy th6 best
lair of women's tthoes that
$3.50 or 34.00
Yes, ask hr who are tho
most Hklllful atul cureful shoe
Yes, ask her alt these ques
tions and if she doesn't tell
you to come to Drcxel's then
we are very much mistaken..
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam . St.
Special Copy ,
The Daily Newspaper Club
offers a series of prizes for th best
advertisements as to the value of news
papers for a National advertising cam
COPY Must be submitted by Oc
tober 1st, 1910.
SIZE All advertisements to be
made up 70 lines D. C,
and to be submitted in the
rough (pen or pencil) with
iayout attached, type sizes
nd illustrations to be In
SUBJECT ,The use and value of news
papers in a publicity cam
paign, effectiveness, low
nesa of cost, value or repe
tition, influence on the re
and honorable mention.
Advertisements winning prizes to be
the property of The Daily Newspaper
Club and any others that are desired
will be purchased.
Awards will be made by the Execu
tive Committee, and printed in the pa
pers composing The Daily Newspaper
The Daily Newspaper Club,
E. J. PRESTON, General Manager.
803 Pulitzer Bldg., N. Y. City.
Tbere ore' but few people who nave
Iteed Teeth, every aae xalaai bare
U tney would ho te Lr. Bradbury. Tb
e.ulckt. easiest and leant painful are
the ealy method employed by ua and
hundred ef our patient, both la aud
out rf th city will gladly tell you aboul
the good denial work and our up-to-data
way of doing thing. Crown and bridge
ora from $.0tf per tooth. Flat that
fit from $t.vu tu flx.iO. Palnle trao
tlon ot tooth. Nerve of teeth removed
without hurtinc you. Work warranted
CR. BRADBURY, THE OEBSTIST
UK Varnaat CU
17 veara aaoar
Phone XX 1764
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