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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY JULY 9, 1912. j
MJj SEEKING BINDING TWINE
Pealers Who Cancel Early Orders
JJ ; How Hare to Hmtle.'
'HEAVY OEDERS ABE RECEIVED
Early Doabtfal Oatlook la Cmmngti
and mm Aaaared Crop Oaasea De
mud Wktck la Sow Hard
to Fill, "
" With .excellent crop condition and th
annual harvest time' at hand, farmers
throughout the middle west axe making a
'ild acrambl. to "secure the necessary
amount of binding twine, and as a result
fraler in the" turfy rope are completely
"swamped with orders,
i W. E.- Collins, local representative of
tbe Plymouth Cordage company of Ply
mouth. Mass, which supplies a- large
per cent, of dealers in the -west, says
that earty m th season. -with a doubt
ful crop outlook, farmers cancelled their
'vrders for twine or asked dealers to hold
up their shipment. '.' '
" Now that the crop cloud haa turned
8ut with a silver lining, a large number
el -.farmer are without th twin and
have; to hold up their harvesting unitl
the order can be filled. Wheat harvest
tog in Nebraska and Iowa will be fin
ished during the next two week.
' ' ; ' Cora ' Looks Good. -With
good .weather conditions. Includ
ing an average of about an Inch and a
half of rain during the Ust week, crops
'"all through Nebraska, Iowa, Kansas,
South Dakota and part of Wyoming
are In excellent 'hape and indications
"point to a banner yar tor, corn. Email
grain, potatoes and sugar beets.
.Just at present oat and rye are at a
critical point . In tlnlr development and
need a good soaking in order to till out
Part of Nebraska and Kansas report
an avwage crop of potatoes. ,
" Harvesting of winter wheat I on In
full blat and the yleil ranges from fll
leen to ' thirty bushels per , aero. Hay
proml to reach a full crop' and th
second crop of alfalfa will be up to par.
Heavy rain were reported at Sioux
City during th last twenty-four hour
while , light shower have been falling
at Sheridan, Wyo., a a lively hall torm
at the' latter place. Bcribner report a
full crop of oat and a favorable outlook
for corn, Small' grain at Winner. S. D.
I In excellent shape. '
Few Needed Help
:- - ; : in Month of June
V Work done by the Associated Charities
for, the month of June shows the greatest
decline In call for charity of any month
jfor tha Jat year. There were fewer
deserted families, fewer widow in need
vt help and fewer requests for employ
jnent... '- --'s ' :;. :, i-H,. .- - V'l'..-i',c.''-Altogether
24 cases wer handled by the
Associated Charities, sixty of them being
hew ones. There were thirty-nine call
f$r , help from transients, thirty-three
from deserted' families and forty-eight
widow were given aid by the charities. .,
-Twehtyoh co-operative associations
Worked with the charities. The helped
Mr iurnlsh employment temporarily to
thirty-one person. Legal , aid wa ren
dered to two, five tubercular case war
tared for and the following order on the
county were given: Coal, nine; groceries,
ninety; pair of shoe, two. '; ;
Meals were furnished to eighty-nine,
Tcidgtng to thirty, employment to twenty
three in the ' Industrial department i of
the charitle and. 210 garment were dis
tributed. . " . ' -
, Tbla report 1 the, last made under Mis
Ida V. Jonts a secretary. . Ml Jonti
will leave, for the east July X to take
charge of a wider field of work. Mis
Mabel Porter succeeds to the secretary
ship of tha charities.
; , Moving Upward
Gasoline soared to 15 cents a gallon to
day, wholesale, a Jump of 3 cent during
tha last thre; week., The price bid fair
ta go higher before the summer I over.
housewives and the, man who own a
chug wagon are paying from 17 to 10
cent for the fluid. , f:
The fact, that the crude stock Is run
ning low Is the' cause given for the rise
lr) price by the local branch of tha Stand
ard Oil company. -
BORUFF TO ENTER PLEA
FOR PASS MANIPULATION
H. E. Boruff, who was before United
State Commissioner Daniel last Eatur
diy charged with using th mall to da
fraud In advertising fraudulent passes
for sale, will have a hearing next Sat
urday morning on th charge of violating
the act of congress relating to the use
of fraudulent passe for interstate travel.
United Stat District ' Attorney Howell
filed information against him -In which
It 1 stated that Boruff used a paa that
w'aa originally Issued to one K. Gordon,
and that Boruff rode from Fort Dodge
to Omaha on th pas. Boruff ha In
dfcated nl willingness to plead In thl
case. The penalty Is a fine of up to
tiOOO or Imprisonment up to one year.
Park Land Must Be
Vacated or the City
Will Collect Rent
All occupant of the eieven houses on
the 10 acres bordering Carter lake, to
which tract the city secured title In 1906,
will be compelled to pay rent or move.
Commissioner Hummel haa made thl
announcement " following - a conference
wlth-the legal 'department. '. '
Commissioner Hummel declares that a
land company ha been collecting rents
from resident on thl tract of land.
which was purchased for the park de
partment when a boulevard was planned
around the lake.
An attempt may be made by the park
department to compel the land, com
pany to pay the city for the use of this
land since 1908. The legal department I
looking up the question ' Involved and
will report to Commissioner Hummel on
th advisability of starting proceedings
In court to collect
A tract of about sixty-three acre of
thl 610 acre Is now the subject of liti
gation.' The award of the appraisers was
declared confiscatory and an attempt Is
being made to have the report set aside.
Commissioner Hummel say thl litigation
will not stay Improvement or Inter
fere with Jils plana to oust the occupants
or collect rental. . , .
Selling of Decayed
fruit to Be Stopped
by Health Officials
Unless peddler have licenses before
the tenth of the month License Inspector
Berkowltz will order them to' quit busi
ness or stand prosecution. Several have
steadfastly refused to take out licenses.
Joseph Becker, secretary of the Retail
Grocer' association, will lend assistance
In the campaign to oust the peddlers.
These peddler. It I declared, are, as a
rule, selling decayed product sold Ihera
by . commission merchant at reduced
price. ... . ;;
Health Commissioner Connell ha de
tailed Inspectors to keep watch on the
stores of the commission merchants and
condemn all fruita found In stale condi
tion. Half a .carload, waa condemned
According to the health official of the
city commission merchant have been dis
posing of fruits to resident at the amo
pric th retailer have fixed. The com?
mission merchants keep these fruit until
th latter part of the week In order to
hold up price. Fruit are then usually
stale and retailers refuse to buy them.
They are therefor sold to peddlers who
retail them at a lower price than the re
tailers can make. V
HANSC0M PARK M. f CHOIR
y GIVES CLOSING CONCERT
"'The Hanscom Park Methodist Episcopal
choir closed Its season Sunday afternoon
by rendering Ballard's' sacred cantata, the
-Ninety-first Psalm." at the : vesper
service. The congregation was an en
thusiastic and appreciative one, giving
the singer a good round of applause at
the close of the last number for their
meritorious work. .-
The soloists were ' Dr. Jennie Callfas,
Miss Ethel Tost Mr. Frank Brown, Mr,
Charlea Lang,1 Mr. - Boy Chapman, Mr.
Charles Lang and Mr. Earl Hruer.
The choir 1 under thrteaderaklp of Mr,
Lte O. Krats,'and th organist vt Mis
Florence PeteronT-" ; , ' ' ' v, -
Gen. Smith Goes to
Brigadier General Frederick A. Smith.
commander of th Department of Mis
souri. United State Army, haa cone to
Pole Mountain Wyo..,-for the national
maneuver at that place. No detach
ment from Fort Crook or Fort Omaha
have been ordered to Pol Mountain. A
detachment of 500 men from Fort Crook
haa been sent to Sparta. Wis., for the
encampment there. Company L of the
tat militia In Omaha has received or
ders to proceed to Pol Mountain for th.
maneuvers between the dates July 28
and August 6. H. F. Elsasser Is captain
or this company. It Is not definitely
known yet whether other companies In
Omaha will receive orders to go or hoi.
It 1 thought that, tlnce two companies
from the Second regiment are , to be
MiectM to complete the full auota. ter-
nap another Omaha company would be
ordered to the maneuver by a later
It was feared by some that th presi
dent' veto of the army aoDroDrtatlon
bill would seriously Impair the maneuvers
In the future, but congress later passed
a resolution .signed by President Taft
allowing the appropriation for maneuvers
to stand. The . appropriation for man.
euvers is simply one branch of the gen
eral army appropriation. ,
CUSTER COUNTY GRASS
IS BURNED IN SPOTS
Prairie grass Is dry enough to burn In
the vicinity of Ansley in Custer county,
a a result of the dry spell, according to
M. 8. Mattley ot Ansley. He says several
places can already be seen, where fires
have swept th grasses for a small ipace.
The are set by sparks from the en
gines on the railroad. Th wheat which
1 now mostly harvested, he says, 1 a
good crop, while oat 1 not quite so
good. The corn, he saV. I far behind
where it should be at thl. time ot year
and everyone I anxiously waiting tor
THIRTY OLD STRUCTURES
ARE ORDERED TORN DOWN
Thirty residence and business buildings
In th city have been condemned by Fire
Warden Ed Morris and will be ordered
torn down within the next ten days, Mr,
Morris 1 now preparing the list for pub
lication. ,V.V V
S Captains of fire engln house were in
structed by Commissioner Wltbnell to In
spect the house In the section ot the city
under their supervision. They have re
ported many buildings In bad repair,
Some of them will be torn down and th
others will be ordered repaired.
. A Serlooa Breakdown
results from chronic constipation. Dr.
King's New Life Pills relieve headache,
stomach, liver , and bowel trouble. . Sc.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
GOV. ALOHICH INSPECTS ' '
: v IRRIGATION DISTRICTS
; Governor Aldrieh spent a few hour In
Ornab Sunday evening, coming up from
Lincoln with hi iecretary,- Mr,; Fuller,
tai Stale Engelneer Price. Joining Edson
n e-f tfc Union Pacific law drjart
rent here for tour et inspection of a
limber of ln1giSen' district in th
1 trthwest part'of th state , In which
w ater right question ar arising,. Th
i p ernor was not talking tor publication
t ond repeating that h was running
i i a candidate for governor on the re.
; Oilcan ticket and expected to continue
t5 work in the republican party.
VVM. J. DOEKHOFF,
:"" SeaO Sealen, ' " -'
i N f fi H 1 f
TUESDAY SPECIALS IN OUB GREAT
Semi - Annual Clearing Sale
Every day we bring forward great, new lots of de
sirable summer merchandise which we will sell at a tre
mendous sacrifice during the clearing sale. !
Women's 75c Long
Kimonos at 35c
On Sale in Basement.
We , place on special sale' Tuesday
-hundreds of good quality, well
'made long kimonos, in light and-
. dark floral and Persian patterns.
. They; are light and cool or mid-'
summer 75c values July Clear
ing sale special . .,
each 1 "! '
Basement at , . . . . . ;..
CLEARING SALE BARGAINS In the Basement
Every woman should know, as a matter of economy,
just what this great basement salesroom has to offer. No
where "can you buy dependable goods for so" little money.
Note these wonderful bargains for" Tuesday. You will
marvel at the low prices on such desirable new summer
wash fabrics. . r
25c MERCERIZED LISLE THREAD VOILES, at Yd. 9c
Here is one fabric now in demand for making dainty
dresses, summer frocks, etc., comes in a great variety of
neat bordered and plain patterns in this season's new
est and most popular, colorings. This fabric is high cost
mercerized lisle thread voiles and you will be pleased
with such an opportunity 25c is the
regular price special
18c QUALITY LINENE SUITING, at 7y2c YARD
Plain shades of blue, tan, pink, natural linen shades, grey,
etc., also pretty striped linen effects, suitable for skirts,
suits, etc., 18c values, from the bolt, 71
at; yard ........ ...... ..... ......... J
20c WHITE SEERSUCKER CREPE at 10c YARD
An" excellent quality, 32 inches wide, splendid wearing
material, extensively used for making wai,sts 4 fi
and underwear Clearing Sale price, at, yard ...1UC
j 10c, 12V2c and 15c WASH GOODS AT 5c YARD :
Bolts and remnants to buy from. Standard lawns fine
, batistes, dimities, large range of patterns in dainty col
orings on clear white ground-rClearing .. ' CA
Sale at vard ........ ....... 1 ... . .........vt
15c MADRAS CLOTH at 72c Yd.
Clear white grounds with neat blue, lavender and black
figures, stripes, checks, dots and novelty designs a
better bargain in madras cloth never before offered.
15c would be a very low price Clearing H n
Sale special, from the bolt, yard.. .2
DRESS PRINTS and CHAMBRAY at 3c YARD
Light and dark fancy standard dress prints; thousands
of yards plain chambray cloths, all perfect, W p
desirable, long length, Clearing Sale price, yd. 2 C
NAINSOOK at 5o YARD O -
A rare bargain in yard wide, snow white' nainsook for
making cool summer under muslins, desirable C
lengths and thousands of yards at, yard. . . . ...... vC
Every one of the above items is a special bargain. Although
they have not been on display in our show windows, you will agree
when you see them and other big bargain lots here that better
bargains on summer wash fabrics hare never before been offered
by any store. '
offers exceptionally low rates
to many points down East
TICKETS are on sale daily
limited to sixty days for re
turn detailed information at
CITY TICKET OFFICE
409 South Sixteenth Street.
Phones: Douglas 264; A-2164. :
; W. S. ClewelL C. P. & T. A.
S. North, District Passenger Agent
SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES.
SCHOOLS AKD COLLEGES.
Take All the Folks
There's a rejl vacation in Colorado for every ;
bnt of you from pand-dad down to the little tots. There
are magnificent hotels and comfortable inns in the mountains, fish in
the stream! and lakes, game in the forest mountains to be climbed,
aide trips to be taken everything that anybody could possibly want
to do on an ideal vacation can be done in cool Colorado.
Special Tourist Rates :
Send at once for free literature telline of special rates
telling in word and picture the wonderful story of Colorado And
about the Burlington way to Colorado the way of greatest comfort
and convenience greatest safety (safety
block signals) delicious meals perfect
service. Send r (all fir this liUraturt now.
Summtr tourimt tlchett on tal
- daily uSiptmmbw 30, ixclviu:
CITY TICKET OFFICE
1502 Farnam St.i 1
Tel Ind. A-3323; BU D. 1238.
Th EJtctrie Limhttd
On Timm" Koaa
Gentlemen of Nebraska: You should lay in a sup
ply of shoes now. We are offering the greatest shoe bar
gains ever offered and just at the right time. During our
July Clearing Sale
you can discount your, oxford bill just 20 and obtain
the latest in styles, shapes and kinds of leather.
EXTRAORDINARY SHOE BARGAINS
On Four Special Tables :
See if you can not find your sizes and kinds here.
TABLE NO. 1
; odds and ends
$2.50 - to $5.00 values at :
TABLE NO. 2
$2.50 to $4.00 values. at
TABLE NO. 3
Just right V
$2.50 to $4.00 values at
TABLE NO. 4
The greatest of bargains
; $2.50 to $5J00 values at
REGENT SHOE CO.
205 South Fifteenth Street'
Cou tv prpr for trAU Ool rm. ValrttlM. Kstlensl AaaSvutM or smmm Llfa, ew
.Fiasul.Wnss TUB 6ECBKXARV. .1804 KstUattM Aveaae, LesLuteata.
should be without a
, The Double Oven Range will fit in a wall space meas
uring 25 inches, without the entension shelves, or with
the end shelves attached, it occupies a wall space of
36 inches. - - , ., . ....
Eycry Home Can Hare a Double Oyen Gas Range
Our easy term payment plan makes it possible to en
joy the convenience and comfort of it while paying
for it. - .
DOUBLE OVEN OAS RANGE U8-in. Oven) $23.00.
$1.00 Discount if paid within 30 days. V
Each Gas Range is subjected to our rigid inspection
and test and, is delivered and connected free: ' See the
Gas Range at our office Or1 send for representative,
who will call with our 1912 catalogue. .
OMAHA ; GAS COMPANY
if you (don't read y
tho wont 4do TODAY.
Low Fares East
Round Trips from Omahai to
Atlantic City, N. J. ..$44.25
Boston, via .Montreal $40.60
Boston, direct routes $41445
Buffalo, N.,Y. .....$32-$34
Detroit, Mich. .$25-$26
Montreal, Que. $35.00
New . York CSty ....$42-$45
Quebec, Que. .$39.00
Portland, Me. ......$43.35
Toronto, Ont. . .... . . $29.60
Tbeee axe only a few of the at
tractive 60-day summer , tour
tickets on sale daily until Septem
ber 03 0th to many eastern resorts.
Long limit, round trip tickets on
sale at reduced rates to Wiscon
sin, Jichigan, Jfew England,
Canadian ' and ' Pacific ' Coast
points. Liberal stop-over priv
ileges. Start your vacation .right
by using the " 4 ' -
Four splendid daily trains from
Omaha afford a quick and com
fortable means of reaching the
near-by resorts and make good
connections at Chicago for all
points east. Let ' us plan your
trip and arrange the details.. In
formation and folders free.
. W. E. BOOK - "
, City ; Passenger Agen; ;
1612 Farnam St,, Omaha
: .. Neb.. .
HOTELS ASD RESORTS
Hot Springs, 5. Dakota
AMONG THE BLACK HILLS.
A delightful place to spend your
summer vacation. Swimming
Pool, Golf Course, Tennis and all
other out-door amusements, also
Music and Dancing. The best
waters In the world for chronic
ailments ot the stomach, liver,
kidneys and rheumatics. - , 7
A modern hotel, with all " Im
provements. Service and cuisine
unexcelled. Rates $2.50 per day
and up. Special rates by the week
on application. Write for booklet
EUAHS HOTEL CO.
Hot Springs, South Dakota.
STAKIBT H0TII.8. SSTB8 PAJUC
Colorado' Greatest Scenic Mountain
Reaort There is not a spot comparable
for both wild rugged (lory and th vel-
.... nttilrl11fA hAA.utv hr a wh.r. on
find the Rocky mountain at their best.
At the etamey txoyeut yuu wiu iisq sii
modern conveniences and comfort that
you will find in th beet city hotel.
Plenty of diversion for old and young;
trout fishing, tennl. golf, bowling, bil
liard Surrey, horseback and automo
bile ride over many mountain trail un
der the care of experienced guiJes. Write
for beautiful illustrated aouvenir book
let UJUIS XVSJSBOXir, Vanagar.
Est Park. Colo.
Over 40 lakes, accomodation for SO
guesta Bass and Muscallonge fish
ing at the door. . Write for ta pags
booklet Bus meet all train at . .
rora oovs oaxp. :
Dorwt. Kttbbard Oounty, Xlnnot.
"A woman reaches a
man' heart through
hi - stomach, ' but . a
man get, a favor
, from another man by
passing him a smoke.
Give a ' friend , a
TRUST BUSTER ' c
CIGAR and he will
turn flip flop- for
John's Cigar Store
321 South 16th St.
And Many otnr Attraction.
AS E BALL
OMAHA vs. LINCOLN
; ROUBKE PARK
; July 7, 8, 9, 10. v
Monday, July. 8K Ladies' Day.
Care Leave 1 5th and Farnam, S:ll.
. k. Games Called 3:30,