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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATtHDAY, JU.Y Jfi. 101.1.
DDK'S REYIEW OF TRADE
Deiplt Midiummer Pause, Volume of
Transactions Continues Large.
CONFIDENCE FOLLY SUSTAINED
AcpyckIi! of foreign Conmrret for
JiBBt Week Smaller Than (Or
Seme rerlod of rreceAlna
KEW TOniC, July "Dun's nevlcw to
morrow will esjrj
There 1 the customary rnld-aummcr
pause In mercantile and Industrial activ
ity; yet the volume of transactions con
tinue large and confidence ! fully aui
talned. Conservatism remains general In
most ohannels. but this la tempered by a
decree of optimism that reflects favor
Able sentiment as to the future. That the
trend of business Is still forward Is evi
denced by current statistics of trade
The aggregate of foreign commerco for
the latest week reported was smaller
than for the came period of the two years
Immediately preceding, the decline being
due entirely to a falling off In merchan
failures this week numbered 233 In the
TJnlted States against 268 last year and
twenty-nine In Canada compared with
thirty a year ago,
&EFOBT OP CLEAIIINU HOUSE
Transactions of Associated
for the Week.
NEW YORK, July 2S.-Dradstreet's
bonk clearings report for the week end
ing July 24 shows an aggregate of 12.S",.
ZlftOOO. as against M,MS,20G.(i0O last week
and $2.83,041,000 In the corresponding week
TUT in. V1. l M, MA ASIA
Chicago 293.972,000 10.5
Boston J,SS7,000 ....
(Philadelphia 144.2U.O0O 2.1
L Louts 74,133,000 10.2
aittsbursh 67,418.000 7.3
Kansas City SS.03S.000 18.0
Fan Francisco ... 47,a.vt,ooo .3
Baltimore ......... 84.WG.OOO 7.S
Clnolnnatl ......... 6,660,000 7.1
Minneapolis 10,720.000 14.7
"Los Angeles 20.02,000 4.1,
Cleveland 24,344.000 14,0
(Detroit 25,126,000 25.7,
New Orleans ..... 15,233,000 ....
Omaha ............. M,$17,ano Ts.s
XautfYlllo ......... 12.9Si.00O 8.9
Milwaukee 14.CO8.O0O 10.3
SeatUe .... 11,427,000 it. 4
Portland, ore...... 20,231,000 6.C
Salt Io City......
tDes Moines ....,.
gan Dletfo .........
Cedar Rapids ....
Cgden, Utah ......
recatur, lit ..
St. , Joseph ........
BRADSTCUSGST'S TRADE KUVIEW
C-" Xm "Sore Kavorable Iron
sat Kteel Betters
NEW YORK, July 25.-13 rad-treet's to
morrow will say:
Crop news, dut to, beneficial rains, la
tnore favorable, feeling In the Iron and
steel markets Is better, money does not
opaear to be so tight, then took market
Mtleeta a rather healthier undertone, fa
vorable weather has helped retail dis
tribution, railway traffic is enlarging,
and conservative optimism seems to be
On the other hand trado with whole
Bale dealers and Jobbers reflects mofo or
less Irregularity. Some of the Irregular
ity may be attributed to midsummer con
ditions, to restrictions Imposed by high
rates for money and to tariff uncertainty.
That there are but few dissenting notes
tu to expectations of good business dur
ing the fall and wlntor 1s significant.
While the stock market does not mani
fest much activity tho undertone Is
Stronger and realizing sales afa quite
Business failures for tho week ondlni?
July st were 264 which compares with SSJ
Wheat Including flour exports from the
United Btatea and Canada for tho week
ending July 24, Ualveston not reported,
fcggrcgaUi 3,693,801 bushels against 2.0G6,
ViS bushels last year.
N3SW TORK, July 26. M EJTALS Lead,
guIaU JW0 at London, 20 17s 64. Spel
sr, steady; 5.358.s at London. 0 15s.
Copper, strong! standard, spot to Sep
tember, al4.604rl4.7S: electrolytic, 116.00;
lake. 81136: casting, (14.76; at London,
pot, X6 Us 3d: futures. & 11 6d. Tin
rweaa; spot 10 aeptemocr, W.Yitf.-S; at
Xnon. easy: snot, 183 6a: futures. CIS.
3ro. steady: Mo. 1 southern and No. 1
out hem soft, 815.2515.60; at London.
Oereland warrants, foe 4VH -J3T.
IXUrS. July, S. MBTAl" Iad,
gtroryiisr; 84.24. Bpejter, firmer; S5.2EH
JCHW TORIC July K.-COTTON-fipot,
Hoier,, miannng iipianas, liu&oj mlaiUlng
Cotton futures closed atendv.
Closing bids: July. 11.81c; August ll.2c-
per, 11.2Sc: December, 11.23c r January,
JlJ7c; February, 11.18c j March, n.27c;
wVeRPOOU July IS.-COTTON'-Snot.
Kood business; prices easier: middling
iiux, iu, suuu. nuaaiinir, wo: miaailng,
.O0 low middling, 6.41c; good ordinary.
.vu viwjw, vjwo, eaica. 4v;wi oues.
NHTW TtHlK. July 26-COFFJEI5-Th
uuu uiabrivcv voiiou iugr 111 K w IKJiniS
rtecllae to 8 advance. There waa mod
erato liquidation, but the decline was
checked by covering; The close waa
ateady. July, 0.06c: September. O.SSo;
October, alc: December. .40o: January,
a,66c; March. 8.60a; May, SiMJo; June. ,8lc
ayvu KMaiuyj iuo no. 1, una; oanioe mo,
J7rrrc Mild, dull; Cordova. lSlo.
Bale of BheeDMkina.
LONDON, July S3. A sale of Cape of
uooa nopo sna riai sneepsmns waa
beld today. The offering numbered 446,
&. of which 171.000 were sold. Coara
short and shorn pelts, unchanged to Ud
umcr. uun: srnaes H'a tower.
KvaporatA Ajpplea and Dried Frulta
NEW TORK. July SB. EVAPORATED
DRIED intUlT lrune firm. Anrluit
nd- peaches quiet and ateady. Raisins
Dry aoo.-a STnrket.
imVT TORIC. July X.-DHY OOODB
uoiuxn gooas mantets are snowing some
tai&nar in wide print cloths. Drills and
Bheetln: hold steady. Wool markets have
Wn more active Uils week. Yarns art,
Rise 1 tuia steaay.
flundar icbool Farad.
BROKEN BOW, Neb., July. 36.(Spe
eS.L The Sunday school parade vrntch
fook place Tuesday at this place, was
qelte a auccesa, the parade being one
tulle In deangth ad tlicre being 1.1M per-
Icns in line. Fire Sunday schoojs taok
part in this parade, as follows; Tho Prea-
Vyterlaa, United Drcthren. Melodist,
Baptist and Christian. Award wire
jslven for the best display by any Sunday
Aonool and also for the greatest percent
MM of enrollment In line. The United
Sretbren Sunday school won both of
PersJatent AdvrtUtnif U the Road to
THE 1NR1DK OF TUB CUP. By Win
ston Churchill. 11.64. The Maemillan
The scene of Mr. Churchill's story Is
laid In a city of the middle west but the
setting 16 typical of any large city, and
St John s might be nny rich and fash
lonable church. John Hodder, a young
clergyman of promise. Is called to St
John's, which Is located .near Dalton
street the home of vice, crime nnd pov
erty. In many Instances the men who
are responsible for the hideous condi
tions In this sordid street are officers of
the church, and contribute tho greater
part of the money toward Its support, but
live out near the park In the fashionable
residence section. For a while' It Is doubt
ful what John Hodder will da He Is
noon much at home with his rich par
ishioners' and makes warm friendships
among them, but always ho Is a little
dissatisfied with himself. Ills smoldering
discontent Is fanned into a flame, and
Alison Parr, daughter of Kldon Parr,
great financier and mainstay of tho
church, who is supporting herself as a
landscape gardener. In her talks with
him states somo of the things she has
thought out. Their talks help to direct
tho ideas he has In his own mind, nnd
he preaches a sermon, full of naked
truths, and tells Uie members of the con
gregation plainly that their lives contra
dict their professions of religion. After
this sermon a meeting of tho vestry was
called nnd Hodder requested to resign.
Thls-he refused to do, and in retaliation
his salary was cut off. In the end ho
Is still holding the fort, and, 'upheld by
the bishop, Inspired by Alison Parr'B
love, and backed by n few of Ms par
ishioners, Is setting out to make St.
John's a church where membership de
pends upon the outworking In dally life
of Chrlst-ltke love for all humanity,
TIIB irrmBTa rw nrrnrp 1.11
beth Dejeans. 309 Pp, Jl.25. j. n. Llppin
John Thane amasses money from nath
ing. The crown and seal of success
comes with his marriage to Uerenic
Courland, poor in pocket but rich in
Deauiy ana seeming refinement But
Berenice never loves him, and she does
lovo Justin St. Claire, whose wife is in
tho insane nsylum. When Thane's finan
cial world comes crashing Berenice sends
him adrift only to seek his later annnnA
at the host of imperative necessity. For
tne asico or his long desired son Thane
Joins forces with her In public, and by
and by, when he lonrna
deserves even this consideration, hts own
sin tempers justice with mercy. The book
presents a strong atudy in contrasting
social and moral values, the most appeal
ing portrait being that of poor, lll.fated.
loving Mary Kelly.
liros. -. iiufor
A hovel Of New York aoeletv In urMcVi
the yotlng and beautiful herolnA. nftnr an
old-fashioned bringing up, is brought facs
' fco with the problems whlcn await
ie modern woman now that thn Aam- u
opening to wider feminine fields. Then
when she marries, her husband hrnm
Jealous of the Interests he cannot share.
Mr. Fcrman has worked out in a sym
pathetic manner the way the woman
reconciled these opposing claims on Her
TUB TtritNIwrj nw nnmnonr n
Irving Bacheller. in Pp. t Harper &
Another of Mr.' Bachellefs dollglitful
lories. Orlggsby, twenty year after
Daniel Webster's death; was still living
up to the Webatertan tradition. It waa a
very Vesuvius of oratory, born and flour
ishing in the atmosphere and enthusiasm
of rum. Something had to be done. Then
Irirl, Just out of the high school, be
came bwner and editor of th town notfi
paper. In Its columns she held up to
publicity and ridicule the vices of certain
prominent cltlsens and those of their
imitators, and the town had to reform.
TUB OAT.T. OW T1IM wmtlmm.AWnii
By Charles Neville Buck. 848 Pp. JL25.
W. J. Watt & Co.
If there be one community In this csun.
try that may bo called mediaeval that
community dwells amid the Kentucky
mountains, and it is of these, moun
taineers that Charles Neville Buck writes
with much sympathy and clear Insight
Of their Drimltlve ideas nf life nnd rfoatti
honor and revenge, and their inalienable
oeiiet that the ground on which they llvo
is tneirs and the fruits of the soil
thereof. With such a baekmraumt a tnv
story with elemental motive and action 1
uramaucauy unroiaea, 1
TUB CATFISH. IW Hhnrlan MarIM
403 Pp. 81.8&. Bobba-Merrtll company.
Tho hero is a poet by nature, a man of
wonderful Insight and understanding. Into
his life come three women who represent
the truest nnd best in womankind. In
each he finds some note that answers his
deep need. Ono of them is his mother;
on his wife, to whom he remains true In
every thought and deed, and the third Is
the one woman. She -alone penetrates
the. Inner sanctum of hts spirit and learns
to understand htm as he understands
others. She it ts who becomes the cat
fish In his life the preserving element
that "keeps him lively," hU Inspiration.
his incentive to effort and achievement
PAIUIOTT & COMPANY. Dv IlamlA
M CO rath. S0 Pp. 81.30. Bobbs-Merrlll
A romance of the Far East The hero
Is a mysterious young American, living
In exile from his home, who has mado
his pile in oil lands tn Burma and who
falls In love with an Independent young
girl traveling with her maid. The uthor
gives the reader a peep behind the scenes,
but the element of suspense Is sustained
to the end of the story, and one of the
interesting figure Is "Rajah," the pet
parrot to whom Ms master looks for,
sympathy and comfort and who comes to
play an Important part before the tale
TID3 1.ITTL.B QRHV GITlIi. Ily Marv
opensnaw. wi pp. ii.X u. w. Billing'
This Js iv pretty and charming story of
an English Quaker Kin, who having been
brought up in iv quiet school finds her-
etlf unexpectedly subjected ; to all the
perils and thrilla of the sleire of Paris.
It happened that when herf father went
to Paris on bus)na he got tangled up
Ir. a lore affair with a countess and in
some way or other the daughter got
mixed up in It too. She was quite a
plaln-spokea miss, much to the cmbar
rasstnetrt of 0 titers at times.
THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE. OF TODAT
AND X BSoTBllUAT. My Nevin O. WW
ter. 476 Pp. 83.00. I C. Page Co.
The Russian empire has Jong occupied
a prominent place among the great ooun
tries of the world, but although one ot
the most Interesting foreign lands It has
been little visited by the tourist or trav
eler. Mr. Winter gives the latest In
formation about this great country
ncarly three times as large as the United
States which occupies more than halt
the total area of ISurope. and more than
a third of that of Asia, and which num
bers among its many peoples races as
dissimilar as the Mohammedan and the
Jew, the Caucasian and the Coeaack, the
German nnd the Blav. The author ha
recently traveled extensively In, Russia,
and no one can read his book without
realising that his point of view Is schol
arly and sympathetic, tn great contrast
with the attitude of many writers who
have boeed their conclusions on a hasty
tour and a superficial study of the coun
try. A problem carefully discussed is
tbat of Russia's treatment of the Jews!
a question which has caused the present
unsettled condition of Russia's treaty re
lations with the United States.
THE CRITIC IN TUB ORIENT. Br
George Hamlin Fitch. 170 Pp. 32. Paul
El dr & Co.
This travel book Is full of Interest and
tho Illustrations are In themselves a de
light Mr. Fltoh wn for many yrars
literary critic on tho Snn Francisco
Chronicle, and his Impressions of tho
beauty of tho scenery, the grandeur of
the architecture and tho appealing traits
of the various people are full of color nnd
Insight, and the narration Is never dull.
but, on the contrary. Is full of life. This
votuma describes only half of a world
tour, and another Is promised for the
remainder of the circuit
Ptinmr Hw MlrhnrO J. Ilrmtn. Phila
delphia, Pa. CO cents.
Few of the multitude of young and old
who have heard the word "tally," com
monly expressing the completion of a
scorn In a game, could explain offhand
the true significance of the word. His
torically It possesses mnro dignity and
antiquity than modern usage indicates.
Tally Is the ancient parent of bookkeep
ing. Its simple meaning being "n notched
stick for keeping accounts." Tho story of
thn nntlntiltv and usefulness ot tallies is
related In connection with instructive les
sons on single and double entry book
keeping In this booklet The author Is
ohe of the leading exponents of build
in? and loan associations In tho "City
of riomee." Mr. Brown traces tho uee of
tally sticks In keeping government acr
counts In England as far back ns 1038,
and as In the early part of tho nineteenth
century their Uso In some departments
Is noted. A' Philadelphia baker, ns late
as 1SS2, employed tally sticks In keeping
accounts with his customers, and tho
i,ttin nrlnta half tone pictures o some
of the baker's tallies whloh came into his
possession. Theso modern tallies con
tain' thousands of notches made by a ijie.
The, sticks were paired, one going to ine
n'nr. the other kent by tho baker.
When an account was paid the baker
either filed off the notches on hts stick
or deatroyed It thus destroying the rec
ord ot tho customer's debt Tho exhibit
.f (.11.. inV nnri the manner of notch
ing Illustrate in n novel manner the sim
plicity of bookkeoplng, and is particu
larly interesting for beginner.
This book (tho fourtn volume oi mo
scries) contains the popular variations
and elaborationa ot mo uimww ..
from Joshua to Esther. And In almost
every case the ciroct ot me poyumr
tradition upon the authoritative account
is to humanlie It to show the vices ot
saints and the virtues ot sinners. These
1 . lH....Hntr, nmA ttt (hem aTO
spwndldly imagmnuvo nun
quaintly Intimate ana numan.
nrtfimkva lwrv tlVWiTR fV THE
ROCKY MOUNTAINS. By Clifton John
son. ISO PP. Jl.W. ine juacnmiuu
Thi. vniume has been prepared espe
cially with the nteda et the motorist In
view. The combination ot anecdote, ptc-
t. .f..'lfi(nn tltusb'a.tlons and in-
v.v . . r " " "f . . -
.formation for the traveler find many
grateful readers. Incidentally, the first
chapter Is headed "When the Fields Turn
Green In Nebraska," and contains some
early-day tales of pioneer life.
mm rtT.n.nAHlITONRD WOMAN. Br
Elsie Clews Parsons. 829 Pp. 8LB0. O.
P. Putnam's Sons.
An interesting survey Is presented ot
the oualnt notions entertained by prlml-
Uve as well as moro advanced .peoples
roB-nrdinir sex customs, privileges, limita
tions. Inhibitions, and differentiations
with the view ot Bhowlng to what a
large extent theso notions still affect,
through their modified survival, our own
attltudo toward women and their place
in social, industrial and political relations.
vnrtotiair. oun unknown south
west. By Agnes C, Lout 271 Pp. 5
McBrlde, Nast & Co.
A description of the cliff-dwellings, the
Pueblos, the Navajo and XIopl Indians,
the Painted desert ana tne great lorests
that make up the land ot the southwest
nht thn nld civilization that once existed.
."See America First 1" is tho elbgan of
Miss Laut s interesting and enthusiastic
Dr. Van Camp Being
Sued' for Divorce
Dr, lievt B. Van Camp bas been sued
for divorce by Ms wife, Theresa, who
alleges that he has been guilty ot ex
treme cruelty In that he caused her gteat
mental suffering and that he has failed
and neglected to provide suitable main
tenance for her. She alleges that he Is
abundantly able, as he la a physician
whose practice yields him some $4,000 a
year. Bhe also states that he owns the
home In Crelghton's first addition, worth
about 8S.W0 and considerable personal
property besides. She prays divorce and
Many Woodmen to 60
to the Encampment
The uniformed rank drill teams, Wood
men of the World, have gathered in
enough members to fill three sleepers for
the uniformed rank encampment ot the
order to be held at Put-In-Bay next week.
They will leave Omaha over the Milwau
kee Sunday morning, teams from Omaha,
Benson and Sioux City going from here.
Members ot the executive "council of
tho Woodmen ot the World, including
Messrs. Root. Tales, Frailer, Mills and a
number of others left for the east Thurs
Press Aorenta Promises,
Miss Lang and hsr fine company have
been entertalntnr lam kndlAnr th
Brandels this week, delighting them with
me yirnuia prcieniauon 01 Trno wo
man." The gripping scenes of this play
are set-out very effectively, and the ap
pUuso that has greeted the players is
the best possible evidence of the satis
faction felt. The bill runs the rest ot
the week, with a matinee on Saturday.
Commencing on Sundar evenlnr a Clrde
Fitch comedy that Is new to Omaha, "The
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I Cut Prices on Drexel I
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Tho exceptionally low prices quoted on shoes that are known
for their quality of workmanship nnd material has filled our
ntoro with wise, eager shoppers. Wo are making the following
special offers for Saturday tho day for the llttlo folks.
Cut Prices for
Hnnan & Son's $5.50 and $0.00
Russia and gun metal calf and
Ua VC8I, 4U
patent colt pumps
and oxfords, per
Hanan & Son's $5.00 and $5.50
kid oxfords, hand Aft of
welt soles, In lace, J Hh
per pair...,., VUaUU
J. & T. Cousins colonial pumps
ii u uii.u Muu gun
motal, regular $C.OO
vaiues, per pair.
vuuaiiiB pmont coit gn n f
colonial pumps, $5 S -f Hh
values, per pair UUaUU
Cousins white cravonotto in
uunuii, niga or
low, $5.00 values
Foster's Russia calf, gun metal
vuii uuu patent
pumps $5 and $5.50
values, per pair.
metal calf oxfords
and pumps, por
All our $4.00 and $4.50 white
nunucKs in uutton, nn
100 pairs ot $3 and $3.50 val
, syuauv V u t
ues in genuine white 1
Boa island duck. In
button, per pair.,.!
500 pairs, small sized ox
fords In gun motal and Rub
sla calf, patent colt, bronzo,
black and gray snedo and
white soa Island duck; $4.00
and $5.00 values; no charges
ON THE BARGAIN TABLE
200 pairs, all small slzco
up to 3 J,4 . In double A, A, B
and C, $3.50 and $4.00 val
ues; no charges or deliveries
The Kind You Like
It Is absolutely pare and tho boat food for nil tho family
in hot weather. It contains the name nutritions ingred
ients as meat, bread, etc, bnt does not heat the blood ns
Insist Upon "Delicln."
At All Druggists and Bodn Fountains.
The Fairmont Creamery Co.
BELL The Dependable Store
tnirlnK this vrarm weather It's important that the eervlpe be quick bo
sood do not perish on the delivery wagons. Ve have throe auto deliveries
to all parts of the city. Depend on our poods, prices and service.
sv-l&s arrssn asjiy 3 loaves for
jfTesn J-cjrs. 3 dozen ror... boo
2 lbs. Supar for 91-00
With 1 lb. TTnoolorsd Japan Tsa 60e
TZ.OUX ' -rxvotrs
Puritan, Omaha' Pride
Blue Bell, per sack... v..
Evergreen 8weet Corn, per dozen, lOo
Country Butter, per lb. ....ao
Creamery Butter, per lb. ......aOo
Oil Sardines, 3 cans for lOo
Mustard Sardines, S larse cans.. lso
New Potatoes, per peck....,.....soo
Apples, per peck ,. - aoo
OEaJl and Thoam
BELL GROCERY AND HEAT CO.
BIB Horth letU Stesat.
Vbons Tyler 1474.
1913 Milk-Fed Spriig Chickens . . 26t
Steer Pot Koast. . . 4 llJst and lOd
YounK Veal Roast IS
Mutton I toast - 7tt
Imb Legs .iSWtf
Mutton Cnops, 3 pounds for 25 c
No. 1 JLean Hams 17 t
No. l Small Hams..... 12-
Sugar Cured Bacon IGftt
From 8 to 10 P. M. Lamb Chops. . . , 5
Public Market TEC"
34a ST. HAST
An Hotel of Distsnction
with Moderate Charges
New Yort 1 ideal Hotel for the Stunmer
Visitor. Cooled with artificially chilled air.
600 rooms, each with bath.
Suminee Ratet in effect until September 1st
Cut Prices for
Edwin Clapp's $6.50 ,
Edwin Clapp's $7.00 Imported
"UD3IU I'-UU UUU gUU
metal oxfords, per
, $6.50 and
Hanan & Son's $6.00, $6.50 and
$7.uu iiussia ana
gun metal calf and
vlcl kid oxfords. . . .
McDonald & Klley's first qual-
11 ao.uu nana maae 1
KusBia cait oxfords,
per pair . .
McDnnnlrl R- Kllnv'a
$6.50 regular Russia
caif ozroras, pair. . .
McDonald & Klley's
$5 Russia and gun
metal calf oxfords. .
Ten lines of Howard & Foster's
4.ou uusBia and
gun motal ox
fords, per pair. . . ,
Ten lines of Richard & Bren-
ueno S4.DU itussla
and gun metal calf
Ono hundred pairs broken
lots, small sizes, in patent
colt, regular $4.00 and $5.00
oxfords; no charges, ex
change or deliveries; your
.,fn ?ur fcoyB', misses and
children's high or low shoos or
pumps, button or lace, white,
tan and black.
200 pairs misses', chil
dren's and young ladlos'
pumps and oxfords, regular
$2.00 values. No .charges or
-........... ...-...... . .xuv
Hoap-r-Beat-'em-AJl, Diamond O ton
bars for ...,........... .SSo
Home Dressed Chickens, lb. ..17Vo
Spring- Chlokena, lb. ..,......St3o
Pot Roast, lb. .......-.--.,. So, lOo
Pork Roaitt lb. ,, ........15o
Bacon, per strip ,17146
Bendered Lard, 2 lbs. ...-.....SUSo
Chuck Steak, 3 lbs. MM,..M...35o
Salt Pork, 3 lbs. .... .......... ..SSa
We carry a large supply ot Fresh
Orasra Promptly rtllad.
fir PARK AVE N.'V.
ALL OUR WHITE FOOTWEAR
Wright & Peters' $G nnd $5.50
White Buck and Whlto 1-lnei
High Shoes, leather . m iW
or whlto hools, on im '3W
sale at UJTs&U
Zlcgler Bros.' $4.50 and $4.00
White Nubuck and Whito Linen
All our $3.50 and $3 Whlto Can
vas High Shoes,
Don't Fail to See Our Window Display of the
High Grade Summer Shoe Bargains for Men and
Women. All our broken lines of Tan and Black Pumps
and Oxfords going for less than cost
Three reasons yrby you should
buy your Groceries here. Deliveries
to ail parts or tne city.
S ban Ivory Soap
for ............. .- . . . 11 !
5 bard Fels Nnptha Soap
for " , -4) -
3 rolls lOo Crcpo Toilet P.per
2 BP-ckasres Kamo Jello
Blue Sea Tuna Fisiit 2BC
can .-. - Sf
6 cans Oil Sardines 90
Blue Boh Flour, (1 QC
Guaranteed to bo old wheat flour or
mnnov refunded Wn have nurchased a
carload and are srlvlng the consumer tho
"Btttsr OrocsrUs xorlXisss Money.
80S HO-tTK 16TK BTBBBT.
Office For Rent
The large room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oc
cupied by the Havens
White Goal Go.
Kice Farnam street front
age. About 1,500 square
feet of floor space witti
large vault. Extra en
trance from court of the
Pine office fixtures aro of
fered for sale. Apply to
N. P. Feil, Bee office.
WYOMING CAREY ACT LANIS
IN THE VALLEY OP EDEN
Fertile Boll. Perpetual water rights
$30.60 per acre, long time, easy pay
mentseasier than paying rent, No
Cyclones. No Drouths. No Floods.
No spot In the U. S. more healthy.
No better stock country on earth.
Health and Fortune awaits you.
Homes that pay tor themselves.
Rich -virgin soil. Biff crops of Alfal
fa. Grains, Vegetables and small
fruits now growing In the Valley.
Do not let this opportunity pass,
but write at once to
w H. MORGAN
Sales Mgr. Eden Irrl. &rIand Co.
IIOC'K SFIUNCJ8, WTO.
REST ARO HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILD.
UiiLWimtaii'i EoomtNO flvnoF hat bees
taedJororer SIXTY YUARSby VlWONa of
MOTHERS for their CIIILDSSN WIIII.E
TEBTUINO, with rRRFBCT SCCCEStl. It
UOOT1IE3 the CHILD. BOFTENB the GUMS,
AtLAYB all PAIN ; CURES WIND COLIC, and
u me Dcst rexneay tor uuiAftuui. . is
nlutety hsrmleM. Be sure and aik for "Ma
WinsloWs soothing Syrup.'' and Ulce so otbtx
kind. Twenty-fire ccnu a botUe. .
CImbm ud IMtrtlBt. titt hala
Promo-M a familABt tvw1u
Korar Villa to liutora Orjj
r w , ou.ijik
rrmnta ttalr fUllor.
; Price ot Drawing like this TS9. I
ft Coat ot Zinc Etching so Cents.
SOLD AT G
An unusual chance for Omaha wo
men to secure high grade White
Pumps, Shoe3 and Oxfords
right at the height of the sea
son at just about cost price.
Every pair in the store includ
ed in this sale. Here are sam
ples of the wonderful bargains:
lidunsbury & Mathewson's $5.00
Whlto Logan Calf Button Ux-
fords and Pumps,
sale price, per
Wright & Potorsr $4.50 and $4
Whito Nubuck Co-ed Pumps
and Button Ox
All our $3.50 White LinenPumps
and Whito Canvas
Rubber Solo Outing
Oxfords, salo price. ... I
200 Families to Rent Our
S3.00 a month is all It takes,
ltcnt allowed on pnrchnso price
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER
Dong. 1023. 1811.13 Farnam St.
SATURDAY, JULY 26th,
THE LAST DAY
of the Concerts by
The Greatest Organized Band
of Its Kind in the World
EVERY AFTERNOON AND
At 2:30, 4:30, 8:15 and 10 P. M.
THE CONCERTS ARE FREE
Don't fail' to hear this "won
(afternoons and evenings)
ROLLER SKATING. ROLLER
Admission to Park Is Free,
Steamboat Saturn '
FOR FLORENCE AND RETURN.
BOAT LEAVES DOCK,
FOOT OF DOUGLAS ST.
Every Afternoon. . .at 2:30 P. M.
Returning. .... . . .at 0:30 P. M.
Every Evenlns at 8:80 P, M.
Returning. ...... .at 11 :30 P, 31.
ROUND TRIP 25 (J
Music by Stockton's Orchestra,
Gooa Order Maintained.
BRANDEIS THEATER fl
Cooled oy ICS a Air. Tonlrht All
Yre-? Stotlnsss Wed. ana Saturday.
In Bslasco'a Ortat Flay
V-rfreel QK mA Ktst
Hsxt Wtc., 'THE BACHilOB."
isCDewr, wui p pui on.
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