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. The Omaha Daily Bee.
Editorial sheet, PAGES 9 TO 16. g ESTABLISHED JUXE 19, 1871. OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 7, 1904. SINGLE COrY THREE CENTS. BOTE THIS RELIABLE I TO RE. Tie Chance of the Season Men's Suits Worth $15 to $20 SATURDAY $10 SATURDAY A fortrmat porchas of LJ00 men' fin tilt from large cutiro manufacturer enable ua to offer our custom ers the best Una of strictly high grade suit thsy svar , at, cbolo. rvery suit guaranteed perfeot In at. fashion and fabric, with sejf-rftalnlnir front, hand-made throughout the product of America beat manufacturer. Toey corn priss tha newest effects In worsted, fancr tweeds, cheviots. Thibet, unfinished wor steds, easslraere and many other popular fabric mad t to sell at S and CO HATDEJTS SPBCXAX. PRICE. , i 1 , 1 niiiiiiiwwiiarfn Bars Another Special BOYS' KNEE (J J-jX PANTS SUITS, 4)D( 600 Boys' Knee Pants Suits, made up in the new Bailor Norfolk, sailor blouse, Russian blouse and three-piece styles with vest. Excellent in fabric, the best of workmanship, nobbiest of patterns, MADE TO SELL FOR $375 TO $5.00, but we secured them at a great bargain from an overstocked manufacturer our customers get the benefltr-HAYDEN'S --a SPECIAL PRICE : 4Z.DU Extra Specials in Shoes Saturday Floor goods from two big Boston factories bought at 60 CENTS OX THE DOLLAR, together with our regular goods, mak ing it one of the biggest shoe sales eTer held in Omaha. Never in Omaha have 6hoes been sold as cheap as they are now at the BIG STORE. . Women'a C lin. t!00 and ? 60 fae- QQr tory run allppere and oxford..... Boys and youths' SLH Ottr aatia bale Mlaatsf and child O 60 Dougola. Qfir laca or button shoes .. -C7W omen's CM mat top Tld kid 1 Kfa ace Cuban heel .0; Woman' fS-00 Brooka Bra. oxford. In welt or hand turn a, patent f QQ calf and vlcl X7C7 Woman' tan catt Blnohar oxford .j Wemen'a patert colt oxford, mat quarter Mlesee' and child1 tl.00 , Dongola laoa ahoea .. Child" band turn samples ahoea. Lad lea" patent oolt St.K Bluchers Ladle' tan Russian calf (S.50 Bluchers oxford 1.98 ...1.98 ..69c ...69c .2.98 .2.98 Sole agents for the Ultra and Grover shoes for, WOMEN and the Stetson, Crossett and the JOHN MITCHELL shoe for men. -, Music Lovers Opportunity Popular Vocal and) 10 Cts instrumental music ai ) p Navajo and Gondolier, both vocal and Instrumental, two of tha moat popular hit. Windmill (two-atapl. Rambling Moee (two step. Bora and Qlrla (two-step), Betlsn4. by Bennett. Japan' Triumphal VI arch. Kangaroo Dano. Ianeing byee (two-atep, Ianua tt Xtt JLaia Drop. Uacaa (marcn ER COPY and two-atep). Thou-ht of Lore (wait), Buclal Lion (wait). Zulu treara (new aocs. Benaia (new waits eon;), Sunflower and the Sun. Under Southern Siclea, There'a a Mother Alwaya Waiting for You at Home. Sweet Home (beautiful eonc), and aloon Ufrht. aomatbina; aw by tha oompoawr of Hiawatha. Millinery Sensation $1 Children's Hats ' Trimmed OC- $2 Ladies' Hats Street CA. JUL THE RELIABLE IrORE. Eyes Examined Free In Our Old Established Optical Dep't Classes Fitted by EXPERT OPTICIAN at Money-Saving Prices. WE OFFER Great Bargains in Silks for Saturday Crash roup Silk qn 24-lnch on sale OVC Crash Ponff 'silk fn 30-incb on sal OOC Silks for suit Finest lot rrer showTi arorth up to Or $1.00 all color OVC White Wath SUk-36 lnche wide worth $ 1.00 on Black Wash Silk Water-proof and ppot-proof guar- 7 EZr anteed to wear Black Italian Taffeta I 27 inches wide regular price C O fl.f.O-on sale at "Ow ts Another Big Carpet Special, Monday, May 9th, AT HAYDEN'S DO NOT FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SAIL COPIES FURNISHED BY MAIL 20 CENTS .WAR IN THE FAR EAST has caused a heavy advance in all Jap and China mattings. We bought before the advance in prices and offer 60 elegant styles in Jap and China mattings, worth 18c to 50c Mondav at 12ic to ...VVC 200 WOOL SMYRNA RUGS as- 1 1Q sorted colors, worth f 2.50, Monday. . f 1 See 16th Street window. SPECIAL PATTERN, 9x12 Smith axminster rugs, worth $27.50 0f) Monday, at, each ......... ....... . ajat 1 " FINE VELVET CARPETS With or without border, worth RKr $1 to 1.25 yard, Monday's price, yd. . .tC 1,000 YARDS SPECIAL PATTERNS, in best all wool ingrain carpets, A Clean Up. 648 yards of axminster asd velvet carpets, worth up to $ L50 yd., in 4 to 16 yd. "TQ - lengths,, Monday while they last I C Just the thing for halls, stairs and small rooms. Special Drapery Sale. 2,000 yards fancy stripe drapery Swiss, 40-inch wide, worth 10c to 15c yard, i V " Monday, yard . . ... ... . ... .. . . v 2 Buy Your Spring Hat Sample at mm i!S THE RELIABLE irOHE. We are better equipped to supply; jour wants than any store in the west. Here you are not confined to any one make or style, but have the best the world produces to choose from. - We are headquarters for the cele brated JOHN B. STETSON HATS any style, stiff or soft, at $3 50 and $5. We are sole agents for IMPERIAL $300, TIGER $3.00, CHAMPION $Z50, RED ROVER $2.00 hats that are unequaled at the price. Other ex clusive lines too numerous to mention at $1.50. Ll9fc worth up to $2.50, on sale II d 1 3 Saturday at, each. .OlC Men's Furnishing Bargains 100 $1.50 men' Griffin. Monarch and Lion brand fQn Shirt actually worth up to H.BO Saturday...., .... " Men' Fancr Hoae In black and color worth tip ITl,. to o-at - IaSfW Men' new summer Underwear In plain and fancy . color at per garment etc, S5o and. i -' Twenty-flve-cent boya' Suspender !2iC Boy' Shirt in llfht and dark color with collar AQn attached at Men' Shirt with two aeparate collar and cuff A.Qn worth up to U-00 at .... Men' heavy Cotton Hoe at 10c Kp and We nave the moat complete line of men' Fancy Hose OEr ahowa in the city at 6uc o and yJl ladies' Furnishing Bargains Fancy lisle thread sleeveleaa and short aleeved Veat tC In white and oolor worth 2ac to Sto at - - Jeraey ribbed Umbrella Pants lace trimmed in all OSp else worth from Jc to 6kc at . . " w Children' fin Cainbrio Pant all lxea 121c at - ! Ladles' Comet Cover. Drawer and Short 63 rta trimmed with THE EXPERT C0RSETIERE Miss Hoffner of New York will remain with, us another week. Ladies who have not already improved the oppor tunity to consult her should do so at once. She explains the superior qualities of the La Marguerite our new and stylish corset, but ladies inter ested in corsets of any kind will find her talk very interesting and instructive. U Margvertlt Cmtts from. Corsets at any price specially fitted in the department if desired. Bsrar $2.50 to $10 Roses Roses A few more rose plants left red American Beauties, per plant White, pink; and "11. tuclca embroidery and IS, wni-rh. SSr. Hi ......... a-'. hemetitched Ladies' fine Nainsook Gowna, handsomely trimmed 'with Swlaa embroidery, fine Valenciennes Lace, worth SUO QSp nS 2 (H at JOt' Zc ladle' fancy Ho at ... XVc Uala thread ladle' Hoae all coloi at ,12ic 25c lc children a ribbed Hoae-all aires at p&c children' Black Laca lioee at 121c 19c Groceries ?1 prices that have no flvnr&VI&C equal. They please the wiiwwiiw people who want the best We give Trading Stamps absolutely free. Cornmeal. larg- aacka ......l?,ic Uaoaronl. the beat, packar Vne Vlror. Vim, Malta Vita. Ecr-O-Se or Neutrtta. pack a- Vr Good Japan Bice, Nary Bean. Tapioca. Baxo, Barley or Farina, par lb -Jo Breakfast Boiled Oat, per lb Jo Larre bottle Fancy Pickle, any kind you want ...ao Larg bottle pur tomato catsup. Woroeetar Sauo or Chili fiauca, par, botUe ..fftto 1-lb. Jar Pur Fruit Jam .ro Fancy tun bier Pur Fruit JeUy... 4a Cornstarch, pel pa; o Beat Bulk Laundry Starch, per lb Stto Bars Beat Laundry Soap, any brand. -18c J-lh. can Golden Pumpkin 7Ho Hb. can Boston Baked Beans, with or without sauoa f0 J-lb. can Fancy Was, trtnf or limn Bean M..7Ho -lb. can Fancy SUoad Flnaapplaw.. JlStya Wholesale Dried Fruit Prices Htu cans Fancy Table Peaches, Pears or Apricot ..-12V4o Call torn la Seadlaas Kalalns. per lb to FancyLondon Layer Balatns, per lb....7Ho FancyCailfornla Prunes, per lb io Choice Mulr Peaches, par lb 7ha Virginia Blackberries, per lb .......70 California Dried Or pea, per lb . To EngUah Cleaned Currants, par 1D......7HO California BarUett Pear, per tt Olfco Fancy Seeded Balstns, par p kg., Js ' In Our Butter Department Wa handle nothing but absolutely Pure Butter from the finest oreameriea In tha country. We guarantee the quality to be tha highest and oar price the lowest. DOUBLE TRADING STAMPS WITH EVERT SACK OF FLOUR FRIDAY. ANT KXNDl Meats' Meats Meats The largest meat department In the west. Look at thia ad and eompare others. W retail meat at wholesale price. Boiling Beef, per pound , So Pot Roast, per pound fa and Te Bib Roast, per pound ....MM.J0o and So Bpara Ribs, per pound .............. iW Pork Roast, per pound. To Pork Loins, per pound , ,7o Pork Chops, t pounds for ......Xo Pickled Spare Ribs, per pound ... to Veal Btew, per pound . to Veal Roast, per pound Jo and to Veal Oteak. per pound .........USra Mutton Btew, 'per pousA , .... ...... ..... . . to Mutton Roast, per pound ......Pm Mutton Chops, per pound l&o and to All kind of Home-made Saoaaga, lb..7H No. 1 Sugar Cured Hama per pound ,.Uo No. 1 Sugar Cured Baoon, ail D rand.. 11 Via No. Sugar Cured Cai. Hams ..., to Bait Pork, per pound 7o Corned Beef, per pound .. o LsaU Lard. IS pounds for -..COO Domestic Room Bargains . lOe PtUwwsltps lOe. Made from cambric Cnlsbod rnnslto Klxe 45x36 Inches Saturday ............... 10c 7ft Ursa la hewta SSo. Hade from PeperaD Sheet C ln-SH90 site Out 19 1-3 TuUah Twwel e -. 80 Inches lonft greet r map at vl4W SL8 Lue Claras T. All linen aatln f1"" hemstitchea 86x36 aire a greet 7 Clr Talne at e&a Takia Xaaaaaalc . . Extra, hearr cream Scotch Xamatk juaranteed all pur r llnen-at OVw 16 atcv laala lAaom lOe TavaV We Are Showing Ladles Voltaire Kid Glores In all th new shades at -4 f f pair lml9 Every Pale Oaaranteed. Dk)Tes Paris -.1.50 Ladies' Virginia K14 point atltTrif at pair . , .. fall line of ladles' Karaer Silk Gloves in all tho newest shades at $1.00, 75c and Ladles' Bale TCayser Gloves. O SS r all ahadeo 60c tad GhQdreiCs lisle Olores ln all shades at, 50c 25c An immense new Une ot ladles' Para sols, newest styles and EZ( shades, at $5 -down to l.LjXJ C3illdren's Parasols from fL88 down to 19c PRES-CUT PRES-CUT THE MOST BBIIaLIAJfT PBESSED GLiAJSSVYAiii. l.Vx-1 MADE. FAC-6IMILE OP A J57.O0 BEBEY Cp SAUCER AND CBEAMEB FOB... J WHY BUY COMMON PBESSED GLASS WHEN YOU CAN BUY PRES-CUT AT THE SAME PRICE. TUMBLERS, PUNCH BOWLS, OLIVE DISHES, ETC Come and See This Ware. PLEASED AT RATE WAR END Lscal rraif it aid Grain Mn Tki&k Omaka Coma 0t WsU. SOME WHO TALK 00UBT SETTLEMENT Secretary Mercaaat at Graia Ba ckajag lays U la Gcamtaa OaaaJbA W9U Preat r. HaemlC The aettlaiaent of the train rata war meet with tha approval of local freight men generaU and of moat of the grain dealer. All of the railway men mm to think the adjustment Is vary laroreble to thia citjr. In fact place it on an equality with Kansas City. Secretary Merchant of the Omaha Grain eachange aaya be ha the word of 'local freight man that the settlement Is genuine. Op official said: "It looks to me like Ur. Stick nof had been able to get erery thing ha want after la thla fight, but the war baa bean ex tremely expenatv to tha railroads which have engaged In It It la my opinion that it baa coat them about ROCO.OOO In round figure. The reduction In rates allowed to Kanaaa City to tha gulf port baa been equal Ued by a like reduction from Omaha to points north, and I think thla a favor able trade for Omaha. To other eastern markets tha ratae from Kanaas City and Omaha are tha sum, so there can be bo OlBcrl ruination Details Vet Settle. Of course, the detail of th settlement hart not yet bees arranged. It still re main to get together and check op the ratra and thla probably will be done sooa. So far a a conoraaioq being granted to tba Northwesters from points la tha aorthera par, ( ha,;U 1 concerned. h. ' mi I know nothing of that. I d not bell ere there la any truth la tha report which come from Chloago to tha affect that auch a conoaaaloa has seen granted, for It I my understanding tba detail bar not yet bees taken np, and thl U one of the detail and could net possibly have been arranged. I bellere aome such eon. cession win be granted to tna Northwest ern when the final adjustment la made, but this would be only fair on account of competition which that line has In tha northeasters portion of tha atete with line which are not tributary to Omaha and which must be dealt with In a aetUement. "Considering everything, I believe Omaha has coma off very lucky. In fact. I do not know what more could b aaked for thia city. I believe I voice the sentiments of all local freight men when I say that I am g4d tha fight Is over." Meet Grata Men CraUtti. B. A McWhorter. vloe preaident of the Omaha Orain exchange, said of th out come: "Thla settlement looks right to ma It la all w asked and we ahould be satisfied I feel tha railroads interested have come to a conclusion there la nothing to be made by continuing tha fight. I believe thl la the final settlement and they will atand by It." Floyd J. Campbell said: "Thl reported settlement Is on ths face of It ne settlement. The paper says th war was ended It has really only bagus. The people of Kansas City will not put up with having Omaha Into Chicago on the same rata they have. They are aomewhat nearer and have alwaya had tha advantage la rata and tbay will not give up now. I do not regard It aerldualy." E. A. Cope, treasurer of the Tpdlke Orals eoenpany U looks lias a fair settlement to ma and on which gives all parties a right to carry en a grain bualneaa Kanaaa City baa aeea It must oonoede aomeahing and wa have dona tha sama Omaha and Kan aaa City Lav (h sama rata lioa Chicago, Kanaa City pays 1 cent mora to B north and wa pay 1 cent mora to go Booth. Of course there Is ths ooooaaaioa to ths North western of that territory shipping throuara Blouz (Sty. This is. however, a really small portion af tha state and th ahlpoar there could hardly be expected to arm J their grain through Omaha. It aiaiiis to ma wa have got about what we aaked for. J. W. Hotroqtxlst of Marrlam & Holm quirt I believe this Is a genuine settlement of the grain rata war. I am glad to have it settled and I bellev Omaha has got as good recgnltlon as It could aak far. Salta tho Oral a Baekaaajo. Members of tho Grain exchange as a rule ar much pleased with tha reported settlement of the grain rat war and In general seam to feel th Omaha Interest have received proper oonalderatkm. Those who are dubious for th most part feel no settlement has bean reached and re ar rv expressions of opinions until they have see tha new rats In printed schedule. It was said again that Kn City has a slight advantage because the gulf markets are worth mora to Omaha than la Minneapolis. It la aald socno mill ing and elevator gtrojecta long held la abeyanoe ma now be announced sooa. "I have no doubt that this Is ths settle ment of tha grain rata war," said Secre tary Merchant of tha exchaaga J. A. K.uhn of tho North west era and TraAo Manager Stohr of the Chicago Oreat Wast ers hav both been la here and had In tractions from their roads , which wars the aame as Tha Bee' report. Th rat clerks are to get together Monday and figure out tha tariffs and I know there will be no trouble doing so. Three or four daya will be neoeaaary fur this work, and before the achedulas are la the hands of ths agents and tha rata In operation I think It win be perhaps th let of June The new agreement la fair to all no place haa any advantage over ua I have been aura from ha nrat tha railroad must give, pa oonsldaraUoa, - Xhey ha gives ua what w aaked and If tha exdhange does not succeed now It will h our owa fault.1 PUT IN DAY IN SOUTH OMAHA AwUtorlasn Haa tiers Malt Blgr EC art te Reach Thirty Thosaaaa - DoUar La salt. Th executive committee of th And! to ri um was In South Omaha Friday hustling for subscriptions. At ths meeting Thursday evening It decided to put In ail of next week In an attempt to bring the fund subscribed up to ths 130,000 limit. The amount already signed for Is fOJUL Tba book tickets for tho concert season will go on sals a week from Monday. They will be sold In various publio places and the manager has been authorised to get people la tha larger office building and wholesale houaea to represent the company In distributing tha tickets. The ootnmitiee decided finally to hav th prtoe of ball ticket for each couple fi with tl additional for each extra woman. A committee con sisting of W. M. Burgeaa, Kdward Porter Peck and John I Kennedy wa chosen to elect th patroneeeea for the bail. They also were empowered with entire charge of the opening whirl and will sea to tha deco ration, refreahmenta and coxx. mltteea J, M. OH Lac, aasistant secretary of the com pany, was made manager. Ua ha been ex ercising all such duties, but without tha OMAHA MAY CET STOPOTERS Can Bcuxs Pri viler on world" Fait Yieltort by Faaai&f Ordioasos, MUST PREVEKT SCALPING OF All TICKETS Wesiers raaseager eoritat1na GiwaUs Bight to Ksa City aawd Flae It tvttala Busk g BaaTal sai artsr Oee FtraUClaae rare Fla SS Cea f a. VIA MICHIGAN CENTRAL. THE NIAG ARA FALLS ROUTE. Oood going May U. 11 and 12. with re turn limit te May &. optional via rail or steamer between Detroit and Buffalo la either direction. Call or Bend for Urn table and particular City Ticket Office, 111 Adam street, Chicago. - IT Omaha's city aotmofl will pas aa ordinance forbidding scalper to deal in World' fair transportation, Omaha may secure th advantage of having World' fair tourist stop over here. Th Weetem Passenger association, at It meeting In Chicago Thursday, passed a reeolutioa to allow a tan-day stop over on World's fair tickets old at point west of Xsnsa City in that place. Th ante raaolutloa wa passed In regard to this city, but It has a string to It, declaring ths city council must pass aa ordinance providing that scalpers shall not handle the tickets. Ths Commercial club la Kanaa City se cured tha paaaaga of auch an ordinance and it la believed tha matter will be taken up by the Commercial body her. Aa ordinance probably wlU be drawn wlthla the next day or two and pre acted to tha council by tha Commercial club and that body will us all of Ha tnflua&o la securing Its paaaaga AH lines entering Omaha from both east and weat are Interested la th paaaaga ot such an ordinance for the reason that In case scalpers ar allowed to continued business they 'will all be sufferers. Th commercial elti&c&t of this city la very much latereetad ta securing th passage of such aa ordinance, because without It It Is evident th railroads win refuse to grant stopovers and local merohanta will tnereby loa a larg amount of trade. Now that ths prtvUe- ha been granted Kansas City, undoubtedly a larg number of Nebraska peep! will take that rout to th Worir fair unless a like privilege 1 granted here sad this would result la a great volume ot tin sin ess going to that point, which might under similar condi tion come bar If ao stopover ar al lowed bar many merchants. It is argued, will buy goods ta St. touts which they would otherwise buy la this city. On local passenger official said it win be Impossible to get th Western Passenger association to grant the stopover privilege la thl dry unless aa ordlnano prolactins; th railroads is passed by tha couao&. rtaat t Coloals. The railroad running through Nebraska will all take step to eouc settlers for th government land thrown open under ths Klnkald hill as soon a ths land la spaa to settlement. Soma local official believe It will require hut little effort to get th toad settled up. but ethers think that aome ad vertising and preliminary work will hav to be don to draw th proposition to th attention of prospective settlers. Th Union Pacific will lax th matter up shortly, but It Is aot believed th Burttsgtoo will do more than t issu a folder descriptive of th land te be sealed. B,speS4 Cfcoatgre. It I said th Jurisdiction of .General Supertateodeat W. I Park, of th Wyo ming dl rial on of tho Union Padflo, ha bean extended to Include the line between Cheyenn and North Platte, Ot anile, and tha J uleabiirg branch. Juieeburg to Sterling, fifty-seven mile. This makes 12 miles 1' th new division, (lis headquarters will rsmala in ' Cheyenne, Another change also has been made. Master Mechanic NUsoA. of tha .Wyoming and Xnvr Par J etfio dlrlatorui wUl hav charge of tha bum territory with Mr. Park. Mr. Nil and will hereafter report t Mr. Park 1nt 1 of to th headquarters la this city. He haa focmsrty reported direct to Saperintendant of Motive Power MoK n. ' laeel FaUr to XJaeela. Nebraska Une hav announced that th far to Lincoln from all points in th state during tha republican stai convention will be on tar plus SO cents tor ths round trip. Ticket win be sold May 17 and 1. and they will h good on the return Uigi until May XL REAL ESTATE IS VALUABLE Letts Cetwaai Swbstaatlal F tare re, aa BJtsrwa fcy Aootloa Sale at th Excasuagr. The little real estate auction we h4 Wednesday at th meeting of th Real Es tate exchange," said a member of that or. ganlssflnn. "shows Omaha real estate is beginning to be looked on again as valuable property. Ths lot which was offered for sale wa located at Thirty-second and Vin ton street and was sold tor fl. Last year It would aot hav got a single offer. The lot Wednesday brought this price among real estate men only, men who know the value of property la every part of tha city and who would not pay as much by a good deal a th ordinary Investor, w real es tate bjso last year fait we had entirely too much Otnaha ground to pay taxes on, but this year it Is different Th sola of tha lot so tar from th center of th city shows Be avt SaaaU tfeet, A few dose of Dr. King's New Life Pill win cleanse, teas sad Invigorate the whole syststa. Try them. Only Zc For sal by Kuhu A Co. The Be Want Ad ar lh Booster, best Business