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TIFR BEE: (WATTA. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1.1. 1010.
TIDE TURNING BACK 10 U.
Sfttleri Htutlinj Back from Canada j
' " ' to the Corn Belt. !
OTIS . TELLS ' OF INCIDENTS
Says last at Least Fir (laadred Set
tlers, fraaa UK, Svetlstsi la Boath
'Dakota Have Hrermttr Re-'-
t taraed from Caaada.
Tho.lMs.bas turned In the exchange of
agricultural population between the United
Btataa and. Canada, . and the balance 1
rapldlr winging Jn favor of the stas, ac-
cordlngf to O. M. Otis of Blunt. B. D., one
f the foremost . real estate operator in
the Dakolas. This economic movement,
which haa attracted attention throughout
America and Iff some quarter! caused ap
prehension, especially In the east la rap
Idly' get thug itself.
"ITS spite of all that la said, the American
farmer would rather be a eon of t'nele Bam
than a nephew i.f John Hull." said Mr.
OUs Monday at the Merchants hotel, "and
he ta beginning to il niuiiauate It.
"In threa or four counties neur Blunt,
there are today ytf farmers that I know
that hav rtriied 'to th v United States
from Canada ,'Ur the- last three or tour
years and those are only the cases that
have eme to pny personal knowledge.
"The trend has set In strong, and I have
no doubt but that the coming census fig
ures will show the situation In Its true
light . ',
Middle West the Beneficiary.
"Xhe great middle northwest will be the
chJaf beneficiary ' from this new situation.
We have land (n South Dakufa superior
to. that of Canada, and the emigrants are
fJndlnr. lt out and re-emlgratlng. Ne
braska, too, wUl soon feel the effects of
tbls, as Montana, North Dakota and Wyo
ming have already. ,
"In spite . of heavy advertising given
oilier sections . of the country, especially
California, I, mm confident that the' great
est 'development for any region Is going
to' be shown by South Dakota and con
tiguous states. ' ' We have the best land
and we're going to get the people to match
It, as we have done In the past."
The same view of the Canadian-American
situation Is taken by Thomas Ayres, a real
estate man of Pierre, S. ., also at the
Merchants'. 7 S 1
"A great deal ' of the migration was due
fS speculation," said Mr. Ayres. "The
opening of "new lands in the states nan
overcome that phase of it, and the tramp
homesteaders are coming back. Besides
this surface drift, however, there were
bona fide settlers who have found out
the Unted States Is, after all, the better
place, and they, are coming back.
. "The Dakota, particularly South Da
kola, r are filling' up rapidly with settler
from the eastern farming states. Nebraska
Is profiting, by this also. We are next
door neighbors - and the fortunes of the
two states' are closely connected."
;,-;'.':, Stab in a Fight
While Rescuing Friend from Five As
sailants Michael Sullivan ii
While taking the part of a friend who was
being ' attacked by several other youths,
Michael Sullivan, son of Detective Sullivan,
received a stab wound In the breast Sunday
afternoon at Twenty-fourth and Ames ave
nue. John Melvln, who .s said to be- the
youth who, wounded Sullivan, . made his
escape from' the scene, and haa not been
sought by tlie police.
According to witnesses, young Sullivan
and Clifford. Cameron, a companion, of 6S24
North ; Twenty-fourth street, came upon
five young men attacking a sixth and Im
mediately took, a hand in rescuing the
victim. In ' the), fracas Melvln struck Sul
livan with a knife.
Hocks and bricks and clubs figured In
the melee after Sullivan and Cameron took
their feart In' It, according to the report.
Two of the first assailants, Including Mel
vln. received severe beatings, but no one
was seriously Injured. Sullivan lives at 2223
Larimore street, tie was able to go to
work Monday; '
MURRAY PROUD OF HIS PEACH
Oeaeral Paoaenarer Atcat of the
- t'aloa Pacific la Given the
p r, -". . Bla; I'rUe.
" L'-'-c '
1 ' W. H. Murray, general passenger agent
Of ' the1 X'nlon ' Pacific, is the proud pos
sessor ot a ten-ounce peach, almost A3
proud' ef It as If' he had raised it himself.
Teit ounces may not sound very big to
most minds, but when you take into con
sideration the fact that It takes a good
Ised peach .to tip the scales at five ounces
'bia fruit la aome bouncer.
,i.Th peach la one of the many which was
on , exhibition .at the Boise Commercial
club'a itart.of fhe Lincoln state fair, and
evaa crown fey .Irrigation methods In Boise
valley, Idaho,, li L. Clark of that city is
In Omaha, toflay, and has several of the big
prises in his grip to last him on the way
home. He claims that an acre of the trees
off Which' th big One came will fill an or
dinary refrigerator car for shipment.
at 6 P.K.
10 P. at.
' at P.M.
Women's Kid Gloves 69c Pr
These are 85c and $1 Quality
Here are those new one-clasp English
walking gloves, so fashionable and prac
tical for full wear; all the leather A
' shades all sizes very' spec- flfl
ially priced, Tuesday, at, pr
Women's long silk gloves black, white fl
and colors, ier pair JVC
Women's 50c short silk gloves black, Oj
white and colors, per pair '"
Extreme Novelties in Laces and Dress Trimmings
See the new trimming laces and allovers.
New bands, new lace and fancy mesh nettings. .
Novelty braids, buttons, all kinds of fancy trimmings.
See the new Persian, cashmere, metallic, beaded, em
broidered multi-colored and Egyptian effects.
The window display is attracting thousands.
Mill Ends of 75c Dress Goods at 39c Yard
All the suit lengths, skirt lengths and pieces suitable for
misses' and children's school dresses. All wool Z i
dress goods at, per. yard
DRESS GOODS in Basement, 15c Yard
A special lot of about 1,200 yards of all kinds of dress goods,
36 to 40-inch novelty suitings, cheviots and stripes, -j r.
plaids, etc. worth up to o5c yard, at, yard ...... . XefU
4 Big Bargains in Basement
a a a a m m m a u m
High grade black and colored mer
cerized sateens- splendid wear
ing quality from the "JA-gy
bolt, at, yard 2C
Remnants of black sateens and all
kinds of fancy linings values up
to 2 Be a yard, at, C
per yard JC
The very best quality of light and
dark fancy outing flannels, also
baby flannels, at, ft-!
per yard OJC
Light and dark fancy outing flan
nel remnants and full bolts to buy
from values up to 8c C
and 10c yard, at, yard OC
i 1 k w. . ,.j vita
i j i t
V i At
STYl.K 1UM)K and any l.V IdutieV
lomc Journal Pattern fr UtH1.
Take the First Car to This Tuesday Sale
A mammoth purch.ise of 13,
(MX) yards of dainty Swiss
and Cambric Embroidery
Edges and Insertions at un
heard of low prices. This is
the first pick of the best pur
chase ever in Omaha. Embroideries up to
seventeen inches "ride, for every purpose.
VALUES UP TO 20c YARD,
AT HALF AND LESS
'.,e aisle tables , will be in a maze of
..bite. The patterns are the prettiest and
showiest. We group the en
tire purchase in two lots, at,
.Wide FIoancinj and Corset Coyer Widths
Another assortment has 18, 22 and 27 inch Embroideries;
all are spotlessly fresh and clean, the most elaborate 50c
goods imported. Be early; this lot goes at, yard. . . . 25c
Flannelette Gowns for the First Chilly Nights
Are you provided with a good, warm "nightie?" Lots of new ones
on the counter now. Not the flimsy,' skimpy kind, but large ones, cut
wide and long' and from heavy, downy materials that suggest warmth
and comfort. Each is made with a double yoke, front and back some
are made collarless, some with collar. The pat- mm (ft A 4 25
. plain white ones. It's the new season's stock. .
Tuesday Extra From the
Unblssohsd Muslin, heavy, 84 qual
ity, good for ulieem 60
Pillow Cases Nice grade inUHlin and
well mnrte'. 4x36 Inch, each.. lOVfeO
Table Samssk Bleached fis-incli
our beat HOC kind, good for ordinary
use, yard , "o
36-inoh Cotton Crash, used effectively
for draw curtains, 19o value (10 yd.
limit, yard 6o
fir F" J"111
A Tuesday Sale of Women's
A special purchase of new, up-to-date
fall' footwear, high cut,
cloth top and calf top shoes, with
patent leather vamp, new short,
stage last, welted sole,.
button or lace styles,
actual $3.60 values, at'
FISTULA-Pay When CURED
All Kectai diseases curea wunuui a surgibaisn.
operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other gen-g
eral aneasthetic used. CURE GUARANTEED 11
to last a LIFE-TIME, examination ffbe. II
WRITE FOR BOOK ON PILES AND RECTAL DISEASES WITH TESTIMONIALS II
I DM. E. R. TARRY, 224 Be Bulldlnr, Omaha. Webraslta Jl
October 1 to 15
A comfortable and economical trip. Go this Fall
and get a home in the fertile San Joaquin Valley. Land
still may be had there at bargain prices. .
Write C. I4. Heagravea, Gen'l Colonization Auent, 1119 Railway Exchange,
Chicago, for the Ban Joaquin Valley book and six months' free subscrip
tion to The Earth.
The expense of the trip Is slight. Railroad fare only $25.00
from Omaha to California. Double berth in a Santa Fe tourist
sleeper, $5.75 extra. These cars are modern, sanitary, fully equip
ped, and are attached to fast trains.
Stopovers allowed for Grand Canyon and Salt
River Valley, Arizona; also at most points In
California. Personally conducted excursions.
Fred Harvey meals, too.
Homeseekers' Excursions, Southwest,
first and third Tuesdays, monthly. Low rouud-trip fares.
Ask Samuel Larimer,
Uen'l Agt. A. T. &
6. F. Ity.. Equitable
Bldg., Des Moines, la,
JOSEPH E. BARKER IS SICK
Mesafcef ! the Board of Governors of
AlvSr-B Haa Typhoid
-'" . raver.
Joseph E. karker, member of the Board
of Governors or ' Ak-Sar-Bn anj promi
nent Insurants man, is 111 with typhoid
fever at his 'home. 1M6 South Eighteenth
tneet ' -'
Mr.-Barlier 'has been 111 for some days
and the case was diagnosed as typhoid on
Friday. -but the news haa been Wei quiet
and will cofhe as a shock to friends and
associates. : -
''air. Barker Is-resting easily today and
Is p the- whole slightly better." said a
memoes of ttie household Monday.
.Mr. Barker's. Ulneas will probably cause
hloa te miss out en the fall festival of
Ak8x-Beo In which as a governor he Is
of course deeply Interested.
UNIVERSITY READY TO OPEN
New Institution Will Have Increase
for Second Year.
ATTENDANCE TO BE TREBLED
University of Omaha Eaters Coanlas;
Term Taesdey with Sew Teaea
ere and Mick Iacreased
The I'nlverslty of Omaha will begin its
second year of active work In educational
fields with convocation exercises today
at 9 o'clock. There will be no speaker of
the day, but several of Omaha's prominent
citlsens will make short addresses.
In addition to last year's faculty the
following Instructors have been engaged:
Miss Edna 8weeley, French; Miss Louise
Ijiwrence. domestic science; MIhs Fink,
German; Dr. Hamsay, biblical literature;
Z. H. Stearns, mathematics and economics;
WATCH SEEKS FOR ITS OWNER
Pollee lUve Rlaaiead-stnddra Beanty
(W"h laserlptloa Awaltlas;
" ' Hlahtfal roaaeasloa.
The ppltre- bavt la their poasesaion a
beautiful Jadles gold watch for which they
seek an owner. It was taken from Frank
Charles, a suspicious character when he
was arrested Friday by Officers Van Dusen
and'Iuna. ' It Is diamond studded and
bears the Inscription, "Gertrude E. Page,
April S, 1S91-01. for faithful service."
. . . Ua4ir Friaht
posseases sufferers from lung trouble till
1 they leant Dr. King's New Discovery will
tiela them. 60c and tl.Oo. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
E- H. Orchard, mechanical drawing and
The enrollment of students will show a
material gain over last year's attendance.
The attendance will at least be trebled.
A remarl f ble feature of the enrollment la
that all of last year's students, without an
exception, will be enrolled this year, some
thing of which very few schools can boast.
Work on the new gymnasium is being
pushed and may aoon be used for a tem
porary absembly hall and for class rooms.
Much equipment has been added to the
scientific laboratories and new ones have
been added, giving the school fully
equipped chemical, physics, biological and
domestio science laboratories.
MERCHANTS' RATES DRAW
Large Numbers Are Kxpeeted Dsr.
Idst the Latter Part of the
Omaha Is to see a great Influx of visitors
at the end of this month. The fall festival
of Ak-Bur-Ben will attract greater crowds
than ever before and among this number
will be manv merchants attracted at hi
j time not only by the festival, but by the
rebate scheme of the Commercial club.
It Is the nature of women to suffer
uncomplainingly, the discomforts and
fears that accompany the bearing- of
children. Motherhood is their crown
ing glory, and they brare its suffer
ings for the Joy that children torlng.
No expectant mother need suffer,
however, during tha neriod of wait
ing, nor reel tnat she is In danger when baby comes, if Mother's Friend is used
in preparation of the evetot. Mother's Friend relieves the pain and discomfort
caused by the strain on the different ligaments, overcomes nausea by counter
action, prevents backache and Bumbnets of limbs and soothes the inflammation
of breast glands. Iu regular use fits and prepares every portion of the mother '
syiiera xor a proper and natural
ending of the term, and it assure
for her a quick and complete recov
ery. Mother's Friend is ' sold at
drug stores. Write for free book for
BaADFIXLD BXCtULATOB CO.,
At the "Sign of Fitch" you
can have , the dandruff re
moved. Fitch guarantees
this Your barber will prove
it. Invest in a Fitch D. R.
The Daily Newspaper Club
offers a series of prizes for the best
advertisements as to the value of news
papers for .a National advertising cam
paign. , .
COPY Must bo submitted by Oc
tober 1st, 1810.
SIZE All advertisements to be
made up 70 lines D. C,
and to be submitted in the
rough (pen or pencil) with
layout attached, type size?
; and illustrations to be lu
dlcated. SUBJECT The use and value of news
. - papers in a publicity cam
paign, effectiveness, low
ness of cost, value or repe
tition, Influence on the re
and honorable mention.
Advertisements winning prizes to be
the property of The Dally 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. PRESTOM, General Manager.
803 Pulitzer Bldg., N. Y. City.
Tad's Dental Rooms
Let Us Initiate You Into the
Luxory o! Wearing
The shoes that exemplify the
smartest custom style, and give
perfect ease and comfort from
These things, together with
their long wearing qualities,
make the man whom we have
once fitted in Hanan shoes our
customer for keeps. Panama
toe, velour calf bluchers.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Faxn&m St.
You're Sure of satisfaction and Savings
Always When You Ouy Hero
l-vt Is Make
tlir New hull
4 th Hour.
ii Ii lyi ISMS
THE RELIABLE STORE
St-o the Nc
Bargain Day in Cloak Dept.
$20.00 New Fall Tailor Suits $12.50 A fortunate pur
chase of 'J(H) nobliy tailor suits that were maile to sell
at $18.00 ami $J0.(K they come in newest colorings and
materials and styles bargains vou can Y afford to miss,
SIJMM Silk VttiUn 4.95 Me
dium length, lined and unltned,
Just 75 in the lot to $15 val-
$lft.OO lUtlnroals $.ih Rub
berized Bilk rain and auto coats
that sold to $15 hip snap,
Military Caxs, good
fall weights, $7.50
values at. . $4.95
Silk I n!erkli ts
good colors and $5
values, at. . $2.95
Tailored Waists that
sold up to $2.50, to
close ..... $1,00
Table Padding, 54 inches wide,
heavy and sound-proof, worth
39c yard 25
Bath Mats, assorted colors and
patterns, full size, worth $1,
it shades, abso
. lutely fast worth up to 39c
yard, in one lot, Tuesday, at,
Towels, assorted lots, both
hucks and bath towels, worth
up to 19c, each 12 H
Skirts Made to Measure
at' $1.50 N
We are now prcpars1 to make
different models of skirts at $1.50
eseh for the work. You ian select
any material you choose from our
new fall clrexs goods stock, and v. i
Kiiai-antee a perfect fit or money
refunded in all cases. Call and In
spect models at our high cluss
wool dress goods conter.
62 and 64 Inch strictly all wool
Herges, beautiful mclangea for
fall, $1.90, $160 and .... $1.00
Broadcloths, foreign and rtoml'stlc,
yard $1.00. 1 25. $1.60. . I.'.S.ia
$.'.60, $3.00 anil S3.60
A large Hue of fancy wool' dress
goods, 38cv 4c, 75c and ., il.00
Extra Specials for Tuesday in Our,
Famous Domestic Room
From 8 to 8:30 a. m.
Blue apron check Ginghams, gen
uine Amoskeag, worth 7c yd.,
6 yards limit, at, yard . . . 5
From 9 to 9-.H0 a. ni.
Crib Blankets, worth 39c pair,
6 blankets limit, each 12
From 10.80 to 11 a. 111.
Unbleached Muslin, very heavy,
regular price 7 Vic, 10 yards
limit, at, yard 5
From 2 to 2:80 p. m.
11-4 Wool Blankets, mill No.
1175, regular price $4.50, two
pairs limit, at, pair . . $2.15
From 3 to 3:30 p. m.
Sheets 81x90, seamless, round
, thread, heavy and good muslin,
like Utlca Mills, named Belvl
dere, regular price 90c each, 6
pairs limit, at, each.... 34
From 3:15 to 3:45
Fine Pillow Cases, 42x3G, named
Sterling, 10 cases limit, at
From 4 to 4:30 p. m.
Staple checks, for apronB, next
grade to Amoskeag, 6 yards
limit, at, yard 3?6
From 4:30 to 5 p. rii.
12c towels, '10 towels limit JM
Samplo Sweaters About Half
Women's', Misses' and Children's Sweaters manufactur
ers' samples; nobby new styles, bought at a very low price"
on. sale Tuesday at about balf their actual retail worth.
Children's Sweater Coats, all T Men's Sweater Coats, all wool, all
wool, regular values to $2.00, 1 colors, worth $3.50,
at 98$1.25 I at $1.50-$1.98
Ladies' Sweater Coats, all wool, worth to $10, choice $2.45, $3.50
an4 ........ $4.08
Ladies' Wool Knit Shawls, all
colors, worth up to $2.00,
Cierman KnlttinK Yarns, black
and brown on sale, per skein,
Your Last Chance
Wire from shippers: Advance peaches 10c case.
We have a carload fresh In this morning that we will continue to
sell at the same prices as last car for this sale. Our advice is,
buy all want while they last. These are extra fancy Freestone,
sweet and Juicy tomorrow only, per crate 751
Italian Blue I'hims, parked four baskets In crate $1,15
Cutting Down Fresh Vegetable Prices in Omaha's
Green Tomatoes, for pickling, per
bushel banket 800
4 bunches fresh HeeLs 60
4 bunches frexh Carrots So
8 hunches fresh Radishes .... 60
2 bunches fresh Celery Bo
Fancy Sweet Corn, per do.s lBHo
Fancy ripe Tomatoes, per banket,
Fancy Wax or Green Beans, lb. 4o
Fancy Lima Beans, per quart 7Vi
Large Kgg Plant, each So
2 large Cucumbers for So
Fancy Jersey Hweet Potatoes, per
2 bunches fresh I'arsley ...... 60
2 heads fresh Cabbage So
Anything you want In fresh
Vegetables at a saving of 60 at
SonrTRY MYDEN'S FIRST ?AY0
There are but few people who have
them. Good Teeth every one might have
If they would so to lr. Bradbury. The
ritilckest. easiest and least painful are
the only methods employed by 11a and
hundreds of our patients, both In and
out of the city, will gladly tell you about
the good dental work and our up-to-date
ways of doing things. Crawns and bridge
work from 15.00 per tooth. Plates that
fit from $4 00 to $12.60. Painless extrac
tion of teeth. Nerves of teeth removed
without hurting you. Work warranted
DR. BRADBURY, THE DEITIST
lSOS Tarnam V rhou D. 1766
17 yoarsj same location.
OLD POINT COMFORT
ltOATI-Ni;, HATHIXG, FISH.NG.
' KAIL14 Oltt'HKSTHA,
TEN .MS, tiOLF,
1'nl.iue aea food Cuisine
FOKTKKS.S MuNUOK. largest mili
tary I'oHt on the Atlantic Coast
HAMPTON KOAHS. the Kendexvous
of the Nation's YVurshlps.
tpeoUl Weekly Halts June to Oct.
liooklets at Chicago, Hock Inlaid at
paclfl" and Wahaili Hullr-ouris.
Or address GEO. T. ADAMS, MOB.
roaxiEM MOikuc, va.
v TNC ftCUAaiaX ST04US .
(C O A I
GOAL AT VIICIESAIE PRICES
Celebrated Quality Lump Coal
A REAL SMOKELESS COAL
REGULAR PRICE PER TDK, $7.50,
OUR PRICE,' $6.75
Wo have purchased ths sn-.irs output of one
of ths ssp shaft Wyoming- mlnss. In order to
dispose of this enormous tonnage we are osuing
ooal to tao consumer a turn -
Try one ton. We gmarantee satisfaction.
Wo handle all other trades of ooal.
COAL DCPARTMKNT IN BASKMKHT
vmk uuMi area
Why pay attention, to certified
coal or gravity screened coal
when you can get tbe bene-
burning quality coal, every shovel-full hand screened and save 60c tu
i.jeQ on every ton you buy from us? Why not place your order with ua?
SIKANIUN BAKU IUAL (.11 ixiii) $10 pertoa delivered.
Quality and Quantity Guaranteed,
ROSENBLATT'S COT PRICE COAL ,C0.
r ho nasi Doug. 413) Ind. B-1413. 1883 Wlotolss Btrest.
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