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Pare Food Inspector Finds Supplies
Hot Worth .Cooking.
ItrfrlRrrnlor In nnd Condition, Meat
Tnlntrri anil Canned Gnnda
Snolleil, lint Cnntlon la I -sued
hr Official.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Aug. l.-(8pecial -The
attention of Pure Food Commit
loner llamian has bien called to tho
rendition existing In th couk cimp nt
thf Ashland brldcc tli Burllng-
tou railway Is putting lu a new bridge.
An Inspector was sent tc Investigate the
matter and discover sd that the pluaj
needed looking Into. Tha rcfrlgeiotor
contained tainted msat and canned goods
unfit to be used. The boss of the cook
camp waa ordered to use. ef enter rare In
kl-eplng his meat Mid othor goiJs from
the files nnd to keep I, covstil .p. The
Inspector was told that a portion f the
cm nod goods had bn bought In Lincoln
nd that when pu.-chsuie3 th cans shotvsd
to be swelled because : the niwllsd cmi
dltlon of tha contents. An Investiga
tion Is being made.
Motor Company's Tax.
The Union Match company has paid Its
occupation tax to the xtnte under the
new law. Last year undo. tho old law
Its tax was 1100. This ywr It toot l?S0 to
get the right to do bml'ifss In tlu state
nnllronda May Change.
The railway commUalun hits received
information from an unofficial source
that the railroads aro considering the
matter of withdrawing their application
to the Interstate Cominnre commission
tor permUston to Increisi the minimum
ate of carload shipments of flour to
40,000 pounds. The apnf ntloti for the
Increase brought a slrsngr protest ficm
Nebraska millers who ship flour out of
the state.
Opposes Tax I.err.
W. J. Courtrlght of Fremont has ap
pealed to the supreme court from tho
district court of Dodge county denying
the right of th assessor of that county
to tax him for an automobile which ho
kuys he did not own on April 1. A copy
of the assessment -shows that Mr. Cart
right was assesed $230 on all peroral
property After the assessment had been
mnde the automobile assessment of 11,000
was added. Courtrlght appealed to the
board of commissioners of the county and
they upheld the assessor. Ho then took
the matter to the district court and tho
court tjpheld the board. Now he appeals
to the supreme court.
Boone County Corn
Makes Great Strides
ALBION, Neb., Aug. .20.-(8pecial.)-Corn
: making tremendous strides slnoe
the recent rains. Fanners are busy plott
ing for fall wheat and the acreage will
pe lartffi. The next cutting of alfalfa
tromlMji to be excellent.
T. D. Bowman and sons left today with
ten head of blooded horses for the Iowa,
state fair. From thero they will go to
the Nebraska state fair.
T. Had PltUnger haa returned from a
somewhat extended fishing and vacation
David Craig, secretary of tho Doone
county fair reports indications splendid
for the fair, which will be held next
P.: Cunningham of Spalding, Neb., sus
tained a painful injury to a hand while
operating a threshing engine near here,
lie was olUng the machinery and In
some manner his glove became caught In
the gearing, drawing his ringers In. He
was brought to town and cured for by a
FAHIBUHY. Neb., Aug. 20.-(SpectaU
-tUchard Bowlln' was arrested on W
Charge preferred by his nelghbora for
whipping his 8-year-old child with a
buggy whip. He appeared In county
court and pleadod guilty. Judge C. C
Boyle fined him 5 and cost.
A "safety first" meeting was hold In
the Hock Islaand auperlntendent'a office
Tuesday and a large number of commit
teemen were present. Each class of rail
road service on the Nebraska division
was represented. Those In attenJanea
Included: 3, L. Ogden, Nat Downes, Kd
"Miller. Henry Hitter, Hiram O. Nellie,
E. M, Sullivan. Ed Carr and Ed Hardy.
This makes the second year of this or
ganisation In. Falrbury.
That Bhepherd, a nock Island engineer,
Is taking a vacation.
The mechanical force in the Rock
Island shops has been increased by
James A. Ceres of Downs, Kan., nnd
Harry A. Meldrum of Pratt, Kan. Sev
eral t the regular mechanics have re
signed. Ferry L. Crouch of Goodland, Ktin.,
was In Falrbury this week visiting with
ftlends. He Is chief clerk to the master
mechanic at that point.
Today was Hock Island pay day here
snd in the neighborhood of 133,000 was
tlstributed to the W0 employes here. The
Checks were unusually good this month,
owing to the heavy business last month.
Np pay car was run this month. The
pay' checks were sent to Agent F D.
BraVcy for distribution.
Mrs. Arthur Wells of the Apoll? Con
cert company of Chicago may Institute
personal Injury suit against the Chi
ago, Burlington & Qulncy railway for
njuries received at Endlcott. in this
county, last week white transferring
Trom the Grand Island to the Chicago
Burlington & Qulncy railway. Mrs. Wells
tumbled and fell over an unprotected
ttmaphore wire. She was injured 'n
ternaity and may undergo an operation
3he had eppeared on the Chautauqua pro
gram at Falrbury and was en route to
Salem. Neb., to fill another Chautauqua
tngagenvn when the accident happened
.rra Xotec of Seward.
SEWARD. Neb.. Aug. (Special.)
Tbe barn on the old Thomas farm, be
tween fit ward and Tamora, was struck
ry lightning Monday evening and way
sompletely destroyed, together with Its
contents. Emmet Booth, who is farm-
lug the place, lost 600 bustels of oau.
several tons of hay and .baled straw.
aarness. etc.
Uofd Anderson, who bus been 'dtieer
Ing the local expresn for some time, has
been promoted to a position on the soad
and has been assigned the run from
aim Btronviburg as express messen
Three Children Are
Burned to Death and
Mother is Dying
IIBMINGKOBD. Neb.. Aug. . (Spe
cial Telegram.) The three children aged
t. 6 and 8 years, respectively, of J. 8.
Pitman, a farmer living four miles north
of here, were burned to death and the
home destroyed this morning, as a re
sult of a gasoline stove explosion.
Mrs. Pitman, who was getting dinner
at the" time nnd who was surrounded by
the children, was so badly burned that
she Is not expected to llvr. Mr. Pitman,
who was working In the field, ran home
when he saw the smoke pouring out of
the doors and windows, but only reached
there In time to save tho baby, which was
In a room the farthest away from the
kitchen. In doing so he was overcome
by the smoke and fir so that ho nar
rowly escaped.
News and Gossip
From West Point
WEST POINT. Neb., Aug. 30.-(Speclal.)
-The marriage of J. C. Fillus and Mtss
Caroline Kraft took place at Bt Mary's
church. Rev. A. E. Klemenz, assistant!
DflJltfir. celfthrntlnar llm nuntlnl mnaa Thn!
bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
"William Kraft of West Point. The
young people will make their home on
the farm.
Mrs. Conrad Paul, widow of the late
Conrad Paul of West Point, died at tho
family home, aged A7 years. She la sur
vived by a large family of grown chil
dren. Interment was In Mount Hopo
The thirty-second annual session of the
Cuming County Teachers' Institute U
being held here under the supervision
of Mtss Emma R. Miller, county super
intendent. The attendance Is very large,
numbers of teachers from other countlei
being present The Instructors are Prof.
Reese Solomon, Norfolk; Superintendent
Moss of Wlsner, Superintendent Bowen,
West Point, and IMIss Bertha Knoll of
Thomas J. Peatrowsky, a pioneer set
tler. Is dead at the age of CO years. Ho
had been suffering for some time. He
leaves throe married children and his
The shoot of the gun club at the farm
home of Adam Peatrowsky doveloped
some excellent shooting, the score .for
tho one twentyftve bird event being as
follows: ,F. Cejdo, It Jordan and A.
Oarodot, twenty-five each; L. Seeman,
M, II Kert and Fred Ruedlgcr, twenty
four oaoh; A. D. Peatrowsky, W. Rodueu
chel, Nick Peatrowsky and Karl Kerl,
each twenty-threo; IL Donna and Oust
Krueger, each twenty-two; J, Radebaah
and John Peatrowsky, each twenty-one.
BEATRICE, Neb., Aug. 20. (Speclal.)
Tha sweet corn crop in this locality Is a
complete failure and the Lang Canning
company will not make any effort to can
this product this year. It Is the first fall
ure of this crop In fourteen years. Tho
pumpkin crop also Is a failure and tho
faotory will handle only beans and ap
ples tills season. Most of the fruit will
be shipped here from Nemaha county.
"Shorty" Gibbons of Wymore and John
MoFarland of Horton, Kan., pleaded
guilty yesterday before Judge Ellis to the
charge of stealing a suitcase from the
buggy of Mrs. L. B. Dyer and were
sentenced to thirty days each In the
c6unty Jail and to pay the costs,
John Norcross and Miss Luclle Rice
were married yesterday at tho home of
tho bride's mother, Mrs. F. L, Klncald,
Rev. U. G. Brown officiating. Immedi
ately after the ceremony the young
Cpuplo left In a touring car on a wed
ding trip through North Dakota and
The Richardson farm of 1(0 acres, lo
cated near Blue Springs, was sold yes
terday at referee's sale at the court house
to John J. Clancy for $11, 270 cash.
J, H. Harder has purchased the grocery
store and meat business of D. R. Smith
A Son In West Beatrice.
II, A. Bennett, traveling representative
for Allen Bros, of Omaha, who was
operated upon at a local hospital for ap
pendicitis, la slowly recovering.
President Pease of the Commercial club
has appointed H. A. Thompson and F. A.
Miller as a committee to co-operate with
Miss Jesslo Pyrtle, county superintend
ent, In making arrangements for the
Cage County Teachers' Institute, to be
held hero August 15 to 2d. Superintend
ent C, G, Pearse of the Milwaukee schools
and a former resident of this city, wilt
appear on the program during the meet
B10WAUD, Neb,, Aug. ,-(8peclaI.)-Jensle
Carmon, a former Seward girl,
who, while a resident of Sheridan, Wyo.,
shot James McCoy, was convlctol of
manslaughter by the district court of
Johnson county, Wyoming, to which the
case was taken on change of venue. Her
sentence was an Indeterminate one of
from four to fourteen years. Sho com
menced to serve her sentence in Wit.
On account of the Cheyenne (Wyo.)
prison not having a woman's waid the
woman was taken to the prison at Car
son City, Colo. After being there a year
she was paroled to her parents, who re
side at Beaver Crossing, this county. She
was married Tuesday, August 19. to
James W. Teal, ex-sheriff of Johuton
county, Wyoming. He was sheriff dur
ing the trial of Jessie Carmon and had
charge of her. He Is a widower with
two small children and Is In the livery
business at Buffalo, Wyo. The bride Is
28 and the groom 44 years of eg. The
governor of Wyoming pardoned the
woman on her marriage to Teal.
ORD, Neb.. Aug. 30.-(8pealal.)-Hog
cholera la ravaging a number of fine
herds of swine In thts vicinity and al
ready thousunds of dollars' worth have
died. The disease' seems to be prevalent
among unlmmunlied herds of fancy hogv.
W. U McNutt of this city haa lost twenty-three
head of tint hogs, nearly all
registered animals. J. W. Mather haa lost
quite a number, while Nels Peterson has
had sixty-five or his fine herd suooum to
the disease. J. D. Tolen Is also another
heavy loser.
None of the herds has been Immunised
against cholera, with the exception of
several head In the Hather herd, which
Sir. Hatber exhibited at Chicago last
fall. Hog raisers are greatly excittd
and there Is a great demand for cholera
serum, which la almost Impossible to se
cure at the present tlma. '
North Platte Defeats Columbus Men,
Fire to Four.
nana Takes Placr nnd fltnpa Srorlnit
Norfolk and Fremont Play In
Ir, WaltTOrlh Opposing;
Can tray.
NORTH PLATTE, Neb.. Aug. 20.-(8pe-clal
Telegram.) North Platte defeated
the Columbus state leSgue team hero to
day. 6 to 4. The agmo was hotly con
tested from start to finish and with men
on base In every Inning, there was plenty
of fireworks.
Columbus started the game with Arttey
In the box, but ha was knocked out In
the second and relieved by Bono, who
stopped the scoring.
With the score 5 to 4 In the ninth,
Krann went out, third to first. Bono sin
gled to left. Reed, a pinch hitter, went In
to bat for Bono and struck out, as also
did Rondeau, ending the game.
Brlght's fielding of Rondeau's Texas
leaguer In the fifth with two on was the
feature. Score:
Columbus ...,0 01100020-471
North Platte 320000000-6101
Batteries: North Platte, McClure and
Dante: Columbus. Artier. Bono and
Hits: Off Artlep, 6 In two Innings; off
Bono, 4 in six Innings. Struck out: By
McClure, V, by Arttey, 1. by Bono, S.
Time: 1:30. Attendance: COO. Umpire:.
Duncan and Knowles.
Norfolk nnd Fremont Tie,
NORFOLK. Neb., Aug. 20.-(8pecIal
Telegram.) The Norfolk base ball team
today played a two to two tie game with
the Fremont state league team. The
game was called In the eighth Inning to
allow the visitors to catch a train. Wal
worth, pitching for Norfolk, struck out
eight men, Conway for Fremont struck
out soven.
Water Users Asking
For Legislation
SCOTT'S BLUFF, Neb., Aug. t0.-(Bpe-clal.)--Flve
hundred water users under
the government project have placed in
definite form the legislation which they
deem necessary for the success of the
project. They ask a definite and fixed
policy of pnyment, and terms which the
settlers would be able to meet They
recommend that no charge be made for
two years, nnd after that, for five years
the charge be $tW per acre. The next
five years It Is proposed to pay 2 per
acre, and then $3 per acre until final
payment Is made and the project be
comes the property of the water users.
Kearney County Corn
Crop is a Failure
MINDEN, Neb., Aug. id The corn
crop Is a near a total failure in Kear
ney county as It can be. The stalks are
being out up for feed. Corn binders am
running night and -day. Hay is very
light. The only comparison that is made
is with the year ISM. Corn Is being
bought at SO cents a bushel and ground
corn is bought at Sl.oO per 100 pounds.
No higher price has been known in the
history of the county, Wheat Is not be
ing sold, farmers keeping it for feeding
Farmers are quite opllmtstlo and looU
forword to better years, believing that
the cycle of dry years have now passed
and wet ones are to follow.
MINDEN, Neb., Aug. - .-(Speciat.)
The' yettrans' committee, Consisting qf J,
R. Maxon, C. P. Anderbery, David Top.
ham and deorge Witters, appeared be
fore the county board with a proposal
that the location of the monument to be
erected to the memory of the soldlera
and sailors of the civil and Spanish
American wars be changed slightly.
This monument has been planned for
about two years nnd the contract Is now
let for Its purchase. It will have nil the
names of the veterans of the civil and
Spanish-American wars Inscribed In
raised letters.
The number of veterans who have re
sided In Kearney county surprised those
looking the matter up. All told, there
will be 405 names on the monument.
deattTrkord. 1
J, Ii. Carpenter.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., Aug. 20. (Specials
Word has been -received of the death
of J. L. Carpenter at Melbourne, Fla. He
was a brother of Mrs. It. 1C. Davis. He
was afflicted with heart trouble. Be
sides the sister, he leaves parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Fmnk Carpenter, and sister,
Mrs. George D. Button, of Calnllen, Tex.t
a sister, Mrs. O. H. Thompson, of Au,
burn and a brother, Knowlton Carpenter,
of Kansas City. He was about SO years
of age.
S'W Factory at Humboldt.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., Aug. !0.-(Speclal.)
Humboldt Is to have a factory for the
manufacture of the Oossett hinge and
wheelbarrows. Part of the machinery' 1
already here. It Is expected the factory
will soon be running. Frank Gossett of
Hiawatha, Kan., will have the manage
ment of the plant and William Gossett
of Falls City, Neb., who patented the ar
ticles, will superintend the work. Local
parties are also Interested In the con
cern. Arradla Wanta Pavement,
ORD, Neb.. Aug. 20.-(8pecial.)-Efforts
are being made by the business men of
Arcadia to secure paving for the main
street of Ord. The question Is being agi
tated by a number of the leading citizens
and it Is probable that )he matter will
be taken up by the Commercial club In
the near future.
Ileadr for Valley Fair.
ORD, Neb., Aug. 20 (Speclal.)-Prepa-rations
are going forward rapidly for the
Valley county fair that will be held In
this city on September 23 to 26 Inclusive.
The speed program promises to be a
good one and exhibits will be etxenslve.
Valley to Raise Much Cora.
ORD. Neb.. Aug. 20.-(Speclal.)-There
Is going to bs a much larger yield of
corri In Valley county that It was thought
during the hot, dry wetaher. There will
be considerably over half a crop. A few
fields are entirely and some are spotted,
but a good many will make an average
yield. The' sand flats will have a big
crop. The worst damake Is In the south
eastern part ol the county.
Deadly Krleht
possesses sufferers from lung trouole till
they learn Dr. King's New Dltcorer will
help them. Price (0 cants and ll.Cn. For
als by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
Auditor Refuses to Isiue Warrants
on Brian's Vouchers.
Kmploj-ea of Department Under I,. O.
nrlan Will Have to Walt for
Tay Until Conrta
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Aug. 20.-(8pcclal.)-Audltor
W. I). Howard will not Issue
warrants on vouchers signed by tho new
Insurance commissioner K . Brian, and
consequently the job holders Jn the de
partment will have to work without pay
and In addition pay their own expenses.
Thts might not be so bad wero It not
that the supreme court may decide that
the new Insurance law Is unconstitutional
and then all the hard work and tho
money paid out for expenses will be for
The same condition which exists re
garding the actuary and the examiners
covers the salary of the Insurance com
missioner, L. G. Brian and that of the
two young ladles working under him,
Miss Lillian Peters and lss Nettle arks.
However, in the case of the young ladles
who held positions under r. Howard
when ho had charge of the Insurance de
partment, r. Howard has offered to Issue
their vouchers up to the time the de
partment was under his control, July 24,
or to August L If they desire, which waa
the time they were notified that their
appointments under the auditor's depart
ment expired.
Vouchers were mode out for both Mlsi
Peters and Miss Marks with tho icquost
by Mr. Howard that they sign them so
that warrants could be drawn for the
pay they were entitled to. Miss Marks
recently signed her voucher and received
her warrant, but MIbs Peters has so far
refused to sign any voucher which would
contain the name of Auditor Howard In
ordor to get the money coming to her
earned while she waa working for Mr.
Howard In tho auditor's department.
Auditor Howard will refuse to Issue
warrants to employes of the Insurance
department on vouchers signed by Mr
Brian as insurance commissioner for the
reason of the fact that by so doing he
will be recognising tho rights of the new
Insurance board when he haa filed In
court an application for a roh6arlng of
the case wherein he was deprived of the
department, on the grounds that the law
as passed by the last legislature Is un
constitutional and that the bill passed by
the two houses Is not the name bill that
was signed by the governor.
Council Bluffs
Business Men
Raise a Protest
On Walk Display
A distinct note of protest was heard
yesterday 'ariiong business men concern
ing the ad t ion of the city council instruct
ing City Solicitor StUart to draft a new
ordinance ' prohibiting all displays of
merchandise on the sidewalks for sale
purposes. The action of the council was
upon recommendation of the Retail Mer
chants' association, and the Initiative Is
thus altogether with the merchants
themselves. It was asserted yesterday,
however, that there was only a bare
quorum of the Merchants' association at
tha meeting when the resolution calling
for- the new ordinance was passed, and
that the' action did not thus represent
thesentlment of' a majority of the mer
chants who are members of the associa
tion. It" was stated 'yes'terday that the
council 'would be asked tti defer action
until the merchants are given an oppor
tunity to express themselves. If the
majority of them want such an ordinance
It Is said the minority will gracefully
That there has been complaint and ex
cellent grounds for It concerning the ob
structions of the sidewalks by second
hand dealers Is admitted. These men
have piled up masses of nondescript and
unslffhtly.looklng stuff on the sidewalks
to a degVeo that thoy have really ob
structed the walks. On the other hand,
many merchants have wares that cannot
be satisfactorily displayed Inside the
stores. This particularly refers to hard
ware stores, where such things as lawn
mowers fall to attract attention unless
placed on the walk In front of the stores.
"Such displays are In the Interest of
cheaper cost of living," said a retailer
yesterday. "There should never be any
provisions displayed on the streets, but
there are other articles of merchandise
where an attractive sidewalk display re.
duces the cost of doing business, and this
Is one of the chief means by which re
duced prices to the consumer may be
brought about. I am certain It Is In tho
Interest of the poor man to display on
the streets real bargains he Is In need of,
and I believe the poorer classes were dis
tinctly harmed when some of the shoe
dealers were forced to discontinue dts
playing bargains on the streets.
"I know of one Instance where fifty
cases of shoes were bought of an Omaha
wholesaler at less than $1 a pair and sold
within a few days when they wero dis
played on the street with bargain prices
marked on them. Another lot of oven
better bargains was purchased soon after
by the same firm, when the sidewalk
displays were prohibited, and the stock
was not sold for months. This display
attracted attention nnd the prices made
the sales. Tills waa a positive benefit to
the poor man and did not In any degree
harm the regular trade. We want to at
tract trade, and that such displays do Is
evidenced by the fact that half of that
shoe stock was sold to out-of-town peo
nnnw fiptppm ffft hirh
That the corn crop in western Iowa
has not been affected by tho rather hot I
and dry weather that has prevailed for so
long a period is indicated by a stalk of 1
corn brought In yesterday by John
Thomas, a tenant on one of the farms
of Dr. Mell. J. Bellinger, located several
miles northeast of Council Bluffs. The
stalk was fifteen feet high and bears alt
ear of corn a toot long hanging down
ward nine feet from the base or ground
line. There are cornfields In the vicinity
of Council Bluffs whoie owners are con
fident will yield more than seventy bush
els to the acre. There haa been suffi
cient moisture, and the rich soli and In
tense heat has done the rest.
Stork Tanks Mnde to Ortlrr.
We carry In toek and build all kind4
of ilock tanks to order, out of whlti
pine, fir or cypress lumber, on short
notice, at wholesale priest. C. tlafer
Lumber Co.
Tho bucccsa of last Saturday's J5.00
Bales compels us to duplicate th
same bale again for this coming Sat
urday. The garments that will bo
placed on sale at $5.00 will surprise
all that will attond. A glance in our
windows will give you an Idea of
what you can expect for $5.00 Sat
urday. It will pay you to come hun
dreds of miles to attend this wonder
ful sale. Just think, ladles' and
misses' high-class up-to-dato coats,
suits, silk and wool dresses, also
evening and party dresses, woith
$2Q.OO to $27.50 at $5.00. Wait and
be hero early.
214, 216, 218 North ICth Street.
central city family
is seeking lost son
An appeal that greatly Interested Sher- ; 8
Iff Ltndscy waa received yesterday from
Sheriff Scudder of Merrick county, Ne
braska, asking him to assist In locating
Joseph Tralnor, 19-year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. Peter Tralnor of Central City,
Neb. The Information la that the young
man left home on the evening of July
8 last and that his parents have received
no tidings from tilm since. The Nebraska
official says tho aged parents desire "to
see and talk with their son and Bet their
minds at case concerning him." They
offertl00 reward to any person who will
put them Into communication with him.
Thoy describe the youth as being five
feet nine inches tall, sandy complexion
and red hair, which he commonly wears
In a bushy stylo. There are several scars
on the back of his neck below the hair.
The Nebraska sheriff says Joe Is a good
boy, but that his conduct now la break
ing the hearts of his parents.
He begs Sheriff Llndsey as a brother
officer to make every effort to assist In
getting word to the boy and asks him
to secure tho co-operation of the local
police. The reward will be Immediately
paid when the boy Is placed In communi
cation with his parents.
Three Girls Sue Long
Beach Millionaire
LOS ANGELES, Cal., Aug. 20. George
H. Btxby, the Long Beach millionaire
Indicted by the county grand jury sev
eral months ago, on charges of having
contributed to the delinquency of Irene
Mary Brown-Levy and Helen Cleo Bar
ker, minors, was made defendant today
In three damage suits, each for 0,000
and each brought by a glrL.
The two girls mentioned and Jeanette
Ellis were the. plaintiffs. They asked
damages on the ground that Blxby had
committed '-Tilgh crimes and misdemean
ors" against thorn.
California freestone Elberta peaches
Wednesday, 79o case; sugar, 21 pounds
$1; extra heavy Jar rubbers, 3 dozen 25c;
Mason fruit jars, pints, 43o: quarts, ESc;
gallon, 73o dox.; tin fruit cans, 39c
doz.i Jelly glasses, 23c doz.; Mason Jar
tops, 15a doz.; sealing wax, 6c; extra
fancy watermelons, 30c to COc; fancy to
matoes, market basket, 20c. J. Zollcr
Mercantile Co., the big downtown store,
100-102-1O4-10C Broadway, phone 3020.
t. , 3
Packed In sea weeds, kept at
ocean temperature all the way
from Rockland, Maine. Fresh
mountain trout from Ogden, Utah.
Fresh Black Bass, fifteen hours
out of the water, all shipped di
rect to Hotel Loyal. These are
some of the things tha.t make
Hotel Loyal noted for good things
to eat. Then wo know how to
cook 'em. Served In the main
cafe, the buffet grill and In a few
days more in the new grill room
for men.
Omaha's Best Place to Dine
Dancing In the Large Orand
Ball Room will bo FREE to
Children up to 14 years of ago
All Afternoon. Music by Arthur
E. Smith's orchestra.
A Free Ride on the Ills Roller
Coaster to each child at 4
o'clock in the afternoon.
And Many Other Attractions
A Balloon Ascension Sunday
Evening at 0:30.
Admission to Park FREE
I Mats. trd. and Sat-Coolsd by Xo4 Air.
Xn TXS XVKAWAYJ Frlcsst 3So to COC
Will Opn at A SI ERICA STSspt. 14.
1018. 494
Matin ETry Day, 3119.
ETery Mtxht. 8:10.
Beats JTow oa Bale.
15c Loom End
A big special purchase of 5 and 6-yard loom end strips of
Embroidery. Edges and Insertings, also a fow Swiss col
orud Embroideries In matched boU, made to sell to 15c yd.
Each Day Offers
Even More Pleasing
Aug. Clearing Sale of
Long Silk Kimonos Mude
to sell at $5.00; your choice
for $2.95
$7.50 Dress Skirts $3.95
Pretty black anl white
checked fabrics so popular
this season; unequaled bar
gains at $3.95
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Mew Fall
Tailoring Suits
225 Sample Suits sent us for In
spection and selection, choice
fabrics and colorings In the
very newest style and colors
for fall 1913. You can navo
fully 15 to 20 by buying
$14.95, $19.50, $25
Thursday's White Goods
New Cloth, combination of
ratine and crepe, 39c val
ues, yard 25c
Plisse Crepe, new weave for
undergannon ts, 25c values;
t, yard 18c
Moire Brocaded White Ma
terial, swell for suitings
$1.25 values, yard 85c
1 1 I'll Bail
xmmmx tax
Saving Prices on Staple Merchandise
That Should Crowd Domestic Room Thursday
9 . . -n -
Striped and plain Poplins, good
colors, 25o values 15
Fancy striped Voiles, good col
ors, 18c values lOd
Lonsdale Muslin, 36 Inches
wide, 10c values 7Hti
Curtain Swiss, fancy borders,
36 inches wide, 18c values,
yard 12iid
Serpentine Crepe, long rem
nants, good patterns, 15c val
ues, at 106
We Advise Our Customers to Put Up
Peaches and Tomatoes Now
Our second car is very fine, extra
fancy fruit. This Is one of the finest
cars of California Elburta Freestone
Peaches Hhlpned to this market
this season. THURSDAY, Q f1
Put up your Tomatoes now,
lAirgo market baskets, rnch
31 lbs. Best Ctranulattd Sng-ar, 91.00
48 lb. sacks Best High Grade Dia
mond If Flour, nothing finer for
Bread, Ties or Cakes, made from old
wheat, per sack 81.00
10 brs Beat-'Km-AH, Diamond C or
Lenox Soap for 33c
10 lbs. best Whlto or Yellow Corn
meal for
4 IbB. Fancy Japan Itlce, 10c qual
ity, for 35o
Tho best Domestic Macaroni, Vermi
celli or Spaghetti, pkg. 714
Grape Nuts, pkg lOo
K. C. Corn Flakes, pkg. So
Tall cans Alaska Salmon lOo
8 cans Oil or Mustard Sardines, 3So
The Dest Hand Picked Nary Beans,
per pound , 80
Try HayderTs First
Embroideries at So
Savings and
New and if Possible
Economies in Our Great
Women's Ready-to-Wear
Thero has been an unusu-
ally brisk buying, exceeding
all previous August records,
and no wonder for the values
have 'been simply phenom
enal. Here's 1,000 Pretty Dresses
which in tho beginning of
the season would have cost
you $3.50 to $5.00. Dainty
lawns and cool ginghams,
offered Thurs- gfe.f CQ
day at, your Jjfc I
choice. .
Tibis lot includes big as
sortment of styles in both
white and colors and in all
sizes from 14 to 44.
Tailored Suits Spring and
summer styles, plain serges,
linens and fancies, made to
sell at $15.00 to $25.00
more than 100 for selection
at $7.95
$4.00 Silk Waists $1.45
Pretty summer styles in
good colorings, nearly all
sizes; on salo $1.45
Dressing Sacquos Made to
soli up to $3; choice, 69c
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Clearance Sale
of Children's Dresses
Hundreds of beautiful Dresses,
in nil sizes 6 to 14 years and
made to soil at from $3.50 to
$6.00; beautiful tailored ef
fects in both whlto and colors.
Dainty lingerie and embroid
ery ureases in a big A S
variety of charming l &
styles; your choice.
High Grade Wash Goods
C00 pleccg ol Anderson's and
Bromley's Scotch Oinghams, 32
'inches wide, all designs, nurses
stripes, checks, tweeds, etc; on
on sale now only, m
yard IOC
350 pieces of Wm. Anderson's
genuine Scotch Zephyrs, all tho
latest designs; now on rjp
500 pieces of summer goods to
close, that sold up to 26c yard;
until close at, r
yard 1ZC
Made Sheets, 72x90, good mus
lin, &uc values 336
Apron Oinghams, blues and
browns, 7c values 5
Percales, neat stripes, good col
ors, 12c values
Cretons, good patterns, 10c
values 7W
Cotton fiats, from $1.00 to Hd
A. C. A. Ticking, good weight,
21c values 186
Prints black, white, checks
6c values 4Hd
6 to 6H pound boxes beat No. 1
Soda Crackers, per box 39o
Fancy Sweet Corn, per dozen . ...lOo
6 bunches fresh Iladlshes or Onions
for 5,,
4 bunches fresh Beets or Carrots' Co
5 Summer Squash for 50
4 bunches fresh Parsley !so
6 Green Peppers g0
4 lbs. farcy Blpe Tomatoes lOo
15 lbs. New Potatoes aSo
2 stalks fresh Celery for 60
Denver Cauliflower, lb laWe
Fancy Wax or Green Beans, lb. Bo
Fresh Turnips, lb 1140
Large Egg Plant, each 70
Good Cooking Apples, per pcck...lDo
Whitney Crab Apples, market basket
for aso
I-nrgo basket Concord Grapes ...SOo
Fancy basket Peaches nr wwi
Fancy Canteloupes, 30, 8c and 7Mo
Tbs utst Wo. 1 Creamery
Butter, per pound