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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1904.
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CORN NOT HURT BY FROST
Too Far AdVanced to Suffer Except bj
HTj Precipitation.
WIND AIDS IN PREVENTING DISASTER
ritffl 0er Sebrasksi Thermome
ter Registers Mclotr Freeslas;
Paint Oae More Cool
MiKkt rreilloted.
With one or two exceptions. Nebraska
seems to have escaped the threatened dan
ger from frosts and it Is now believed there
will be little or no Ion to the corn crop
from this source. Heports received from
all over the state by both the Burlington
and the Union l'acllte show there was very
little frost and with the exception of one
or two cases the frost was very light. It
Is asserted that over do per tent of the corn
Is out of danger and the rest of the crop
will not be affected except by a serious
Xrost and this Is now not expected.
Strong winds prevailed throughout the
state and this is given as the reason for
the escape from serious consequences to
the corn. On the northern division of the
Burlington' a light frost was reported at
I'almer and Harvard, and a heavy frost at
Loup City but elsewhere In those territo
ries no frost was apparent. Heavy frosts
were reported at points on the Alliance
division of the B. & M.. but there were
no frosts on the Sheridan western and the
southern divisions, although at scattering
points the thermometer was reported at
88.
Weather Man's Statement.
"There were light frosts in the eastern
Dakotaa and eastern Nebraska and aa far
sou tli as northern Kansas," said Weather
Foreca-ter Welsh. "In the central and
western portions of Nebraska, the western
Dakota, eastern Wyoming and eastern
Montana the weather was below freezing
and general killing frosts prevailed. Thus
far we have had no reports of frost east
of tho Missouri river. The weather con
tinues cool in the western portion of the
corn belt and likely will remain so tonight
and we car. confidently look for light frosts,
with growing warmer weather tomorrow.
"The frost In eastern Nebraska was bo
light as to do no material damage to com
and from conversation with some well In
formed farmers. I am led to believe Tues
day night's frost In the eastern part of the
tate was really more beneficial to the corn
than damaging, as It will assist in matur
ing It. It Is the opinion of some farmers
that the corn was so far advanced In the
central and western parts of the state that
It could not have been seriously hurt even
by the killing frosts."
Gates Advises a Friend.
John W. Gates entertained a merry party
St dinner at one of the best known of the
road houses out beyond Saratoga Lake the
other evntng after the races. The liquid
part of the entertainment furnished was
rot wholly Apolllnarls water, and some of
the men were feeling In a rather tangled
condition when they left the table and
started for home in the gray of the early
morning.
One of the lot was a horse owner with
whom Mr. Gates is particularly Intimate,
and who would Insist on trying to wear
Gates' hat, which Is three or four slses
too large for him. After the hat business
was straightened out Gates sang out to his
friend:
"I say, John, you will see two carriages
out thero at the door. Take the first one.
The other Isn't there. Good night and
trood luck." New York Commercial.
Hew York and OTtriadetanle
cannot be more pleasantly or conveniently
reached than by the Grand Trunk-Lehigh
Valley Route. Solid through trains, mag
nificent scenery, all trains run via Niagara
Palls.
Descriptive literature sent free on appli
cation to Advertising Department. Grand
Trunk Railway System, 1SS Adams St, "Chi
eaflo, Geo. W. Vaux, A. G. P. i T. A.
End of Week Excursion to Clear
Lake, la.
,Vla Chicago Great Western railway. For
trains Friday night and ail trains Satur
day of each week round trip tickets will be
sold at one fare to Clear Lake, la. Tickets
good returning on any train until the fol
lowing Monday. For further information
apply to 8. H. Parkhurst, general agent,
1612 Farnam street, Omaha, Neb.
Mr. and Mrs. CVsmten
IWill reopen their School of Dating. S424
Farnam street. September 2S, compli
mentary reception, by card only. Inspec
tion of the academy 3 to C p. m. Dancing
1:90 p. m. For juveniles, Saturday, Sep
tember 34th r dancing 4 tft 6 p. in. Appllca
tlons may bs made now.
Don't forget Miss Riley's millinery open
ing Friday and Saturday. Second floor.
Brown block, 16th and Douglas.
Colfax mr Water,
Bottled at the sprint. Gladstone Bros.,
1308-1210 Douglas street
. If MtcCarthy makes your clothes they're
light Bee our display, 304-306 a 10th street
Horse show novelties. Edholm, jeweler.
2
Welt Sole Shoes
for Women
Our Box Calf-Velour Calf Ideal
Klet-Vlt-1 Kid and Patent Kid-Lace
and Button regular and bluober cut
any ana au at on price
$3.00
Our expense Is so slight la selling
this shoe that we are able to put
better values In them than if we only
old this one shoe. We have so many
kinds of shoes that our expense Is a
tittle on each kind. We give you your
money bauk every Unto If you're not
satisfied.
Drexel Shoe Co,
1419 FARNAU STREET,
Ciihi'i Ui-to-Di!i Shai Hsuii
- -r
yMllUIS M1LIII II lim ! Ili aSgWBBSIE
m unaerwi ri ry id -
I!
I Thursday
I
frauds.
Ladle
Fall
Underw'r
at Vary
Special
Prices
necial Soles
B
New Fall Jackets $2.50
Here are smart fall jackets
made of late shades in coverts,
cheviots, peau de soles FA
nH tffta Thev are U J
actual $B, $3 and $7
Jackets, at
Fall Walking Skirts 2.98
Correct walking lengths new
sldff pleats mannlsn
cloths special
at
:2
13 HOW
2i
LADIES'
TOURIST
COATS
Ladies' Tailored Suits
The latest military and tourist
coat suits new col
lars and sleeves
right up to date,
at ,
The popular tourist and traveling 7 C fl
coats the swagger lengths at a jU
a tourisi
98
75c French Flannels at 39c.
Fine French flannels and waistincrs in the
desirable smaller effects and Persian effects
actually worth 75c a yard, at, a yard
Bargains Greater Than Ever in
Miss Terrilfs Dressmaking Stock
The splendid goods from Miss Terrill's well-known
also a huge stock from Mme. Monette, 556 5th Ave.,
98c
69c
$3 and U dress goods in fine
dress patterns, etc., at
tl.60 and K dress goods silk
and wool goods, etc, at ...
Terrill's and Monette's Laces
a"tin .19c-39c-69c-98c
Terrill's and Monette's lining
taffetas, trimming silks, etc..
27-inch silk worth up to 12,
at
Bvenlng brocades, satin and
taffetas, worth to H. at
SweKest nnd most exclu f Ef
slve silks, yard I.kJU
stock
N. Y.
49c
69c
98c
1.95
Special Sale of Comforters
Our Immense Fall Line of Comforters at Barraln Prices.
Alao Special Sale of Materials for Comfort flaking.
16-oz. roll pure white cotton C
worth 25o at, per roll Itt
16-oz. roll unbleached cotton 1Aft
special rol 1 1 U C
Hamilton's Robe Prints All new
fall patterns for making c
forts, in full pieces, at, ya
Pacific and Hamilton Comfort
Twills Splendid for comforts
fast color in full pieces ?1
' a yard 2C
White Rone Qermantown Zephyr, Col
umbia, Shetland Floss, in all colors,
Just the thing for matting f
comforts 15c, yours at, 1C
skein w
Tapestry Curtain Sale Monday Sept.19
A wonderful stock bought from a well-known Philadelphia firm some
slightly damaged by water on sale Monday. See them In the window
J. L. BRA NDEIS & SONS,
BOSTON STORE
MILLINERY OPENING EXHIBIT
THURSDAY, SEPT 15TH
INITIAL SHOWING
Imported
Model Hats
FOR FALL, xm
7 HE most artistic array of
millinery conceptions ever
presented by us. This display,
in point of authoritative style and
masterly design, Kill equal any
display in the country, l'he same
superb creations that you- find in
renowned millinery salons 0 Paris,
London and New York.
Special Exhibit of Horse Show Hats
Special designs for important social events.
MILLINERY DEPT., 3RD FLOOR.
i' -j uf n. k
ire Sale
OF
MEN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING
GOODS, HATS, CAPS AND SHOES
The loss from our recent Are has been adjusted and all goods damaged by
smoke and water will be closed out at unheard of prices. Sale opens Thursday
morning, September 16. at 8 o'clock. Aa most of our fall stock was en band at
time of fire this will be an opportunity that you cannot afford to miss.
Men's
now
Men's
now
Men's
now
Men's
now
Men's
now
Men's
now
Men's
now
SOME SAMPLE PRICES:
2.00 Shoes.
$3.00 Shoes,
$2.00 Hats,
E. & W. 1.W Shirts.
Underwear,
Handkerchiefs,
. ... . ............ ....wm,
25c Neckwear,
$C50 Suits. JQ
iiaw suits, 3 48
$15.00 Suits, 4 98
&00 suits. " 9 98
$2!o6'paii'ts.'
)3.&6 Pants,
Jb.00 Pants,
.98c
198
Men's
now
Men's
now
Men's
now
Men's :
now
Men's
now
Men's
now
Men's
now
93c
124
10c
.33c
...10c
Ic
...2c
PEOPLE'S CLOTHING HOUSE,
1321 DOUGLAS STREET.
I
Near Fourteenth Street.
Look for the Sign.
Reopening of
Mr. and Mrs. Morand's
Dssclsi Physical Callers
I Usees
For children on Saturday. September U.
fickliiners, 10 a. m. Terms Season, Septem
ber to May. !& Advance, 110. Adults'
classes begins Tuesday, September s, I p.
m. Private leusnns dally. Opening as
soinbly next Wednesday, for particulars
call or telephone Ml.
Cerate r flfteeatth as 4 Uaraey Streets
A DEAUTIFUUY0ESIS1
imperial Hair Regenerator
try .
U at i a.
W the ely (um n4 fcawUit rady sW ettaWr,
cha ON H ArrLiLATlO
i. aVamil ml hair a1sbms1 fcaaV
IWUtlAl, CHEMICAL MHL CO. Ill W. lis tC, Mev Verfb
snitruiMa McConnou Orun Cu oiuuiut.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
I ('arm Payer Jakserlfee lew.
OMAHA WEATHER REPORT Thursday Fair and Warmer.
Lw liiwli u ii u iMsd ii It S9
G RAN D
Millinery Opening
For Horse Show and Ak-Sar-Ben
For strict leadership in
1904 fall Millinery Ben
nett is IT. For eiclu
siveness, distinctiveness,
individuality, elegance
and style, there can be Z
no possible eclipse it's
the poetry of the artistic
millinery sense of the
world.
Every lady is herewith heartily invited to attend our
Great Millinery Reception Thursday. Second Floor.
Grocery
The up-to-date gTOoery.
lowest prices.
Best goods,
Thirty t3) "S. & H."
Qreen Trading Stamps
with S lbs finest Java
and Mocha 4 Cifi
Coffee
Thirty ($3) "8. ft H."
3reen Tmdlng Stamps
with pound ggg
Twenty (12) "8. & II."
Green Trading Stamps with Cnr
gallon jug Catsup -VW
Klve (60c) "8. & H." Green Trading
stamps with three boxes On
Parlor Matches
Ten (Jl) "8. & H." Green Trading
Stamps with can Bennett's 'JAr
Capitol Baking Powder
New Dill Pickles
each
1c
Caudy Department
Ten ($1) "8. ft H."
Green Trading
Stamps with box
pure sugar Stick
Candy
10 cents
JdLp-A-Lac
THE GREAT FLOOR STAIN
Holds Its polish and uniformity of
coat-finish four times longer than any
other floor stain, makes old wood
work look like new, Is suitable for all
purposes to which wood stain is put.
Jap-a-Lac comes In three slses:
Half Pints 25c
One Tint 40c
One quart 75c
Window Olass and Oils
White Lead and Dry Colors
Varnishes o( all kinds
We have been long enough In the
business to have had experience with
all the so-called "bet paints." We
K:1 Sunshine paints. 'Nut saldl
Cvnes in three sizes;
Quarts 38c
Ilalf Gallons. . . 68c
Oallons 1.30
Hardware Section Basement.
THURSDAY SHOE SAL E
2,500 pairs of ladies' nice warm slippers, at prices A
from $1.50 to J UC
3O0 pairs ladies' sample shoes, worth $4 00 2 48
And fifty (16.00) Little Green Stickers.
340 pairs men's Velour Calf and Vici Kid,
doublosole, English Welt Shoes, worth 13.50 j
And fifty (15.00) Little. Green Stickers.
NO RINGS
Like our Wedding Rings 18K and 14K Tiffany and Oval,
arrow arid broad. AU sixes with our personal guarantee
tor quality. Look for the name.
S. W. Lindsay, Jeweler.
1516 Doufc-Us St.
New Idea Fashions for October just
issued. The most popular and relia
ble publication of patterns.
This New Idaa Fashion Sheet we give free. Dry Ooods Section.
FURS! FURS! FURS!
Our mammoth stock of new Fur Coats, Fur Jackets,
Fur Blouses, Fur Scarfs, Fur Collars and Fur Muffs is
now on sale.
- This will be the greatest showing of Furs ever made
in Omaha. Fur Scarfs from $35 to $9.90, $8.95, ! $ 7.95, QOr
$6.95, $5.95, $4.95, $4.50, $3.95, $3.50, $2.95, $1.09, . . . VOL
Special mention is made of our Sable and Isabella (? AC
Fox Scarfs, at d7U
NEAR SEAL COATS, at $25
MEXICAN BEAVER COATS, at .$55
BLENDED SQUIRREL, Foreign Dye Box Coats, at. . .$98
ALEUTIAN SEAL SKIN COATS, at $98
HUDSON BAY SEAL COATS, at $175
NORTH SEA OTTER COATS, at $125
ALASKA BEAVER COATS, at $95
Every garment guaranteed.
HANDSOME NEW VELVETS ON SALE THURSDAY
Fancy velour velvet, heavy quality in shots, scrolls and
dot designs on pretty shades in plain velvets, 7fS
special Thursday, yard JUL
PRETTY NEW SILKS Just received a handsome lot of
new brown silks. Also navy, greens, grajs and black and
whites, nobby, up-to-date style Thursday, K0r
at, yard 0C
BLACK SICILIANS 10 pieces 54 inch black Sicilian the
right fabric for shirt waist suits, beautiful silk finish,
strictly dust proof, our regular $1.00 quality, CJ0r
Thursday, yard vC
NEW FALL DRESS GOODS We place on special tables
100 pieces handsome new fall dress goods, all the latest
styles, newest colorings in Scotch and English Tweed,
zibennes, Venetians, also a Dig lot or plain and fancy pa
Mohairs. Lots of swell stuff in this big lot, Thursday. 3UC
Dr. Bradbury 1506 FARNAM RJXra&SK
DENTIST 'PHONB 1736
Tooth Extracted With The most seoaltl
out Palo. nerves removed wltfc.
OS ftr A t I- .1. a-
Fillings
Crewaa-...
rhx Wertt
Get Our Prices MAInifl See Our New
Furniture. -JllllS Carpets.
TUB ItCLIABLB STORK.
Unequalled Values in Women's
Suits, Coats, Skirts, Furs. Etc.
4.98
WOMEN'S SABl.b SCAUF-for
HANDSOMB BEAVER COATS Oarmonts
that wnulfl ordlnnrlly noil for S6.V
only a fw If ft which we will R7 Cf
self Thursday at O.OW
EI.KOANT NEAR SEAT. COATS With
collars, cuffs and reveres of mink, marten
and Denver -ff ff
pX).iO values-nt U.Ut-J
WOMEN'S KRIMMER COATS Regular
NOW ON VTS riAV IN Ol'R MAMMOTH
CliOAK DEPAKTMKNT.
Thousands upon thousands of beautiful
(tHrmcrl for fail and winter. Style to
please your fancy prices to please your
pocketbook.
As spoclnls for Thursday we are showing
HANDSOME TA1UK Bl'lTP In all tlie
riew iiianniHh materials, 12 different sty es
with three different length costs, gar
ments you could not duplicate elsewhere
for less than 20.0o It 7a
our price -
WOMEN'S Sl'ITS In a great variety of
liiindsome, stylish fabrics, 2R different
styles to select from our customers tell
us they would cost I27.W Q Qf)
!ewliere our price J.rr
EXyl lSITE FAI.I. Sl'ITS In tho very
tlnent of materials suits that would or
dinarily cost you Mo. flu to HO.10 don't
fall to wee them Tlinrsdsy OQ 7
our special-price
A WOSUKRKl'L VAIA'E Women's tai
lor stilts in 15 different styles, newest
materials and designs made to sell at
115.00- U Q()
our xperiAl price ..m
FIHS FritS Kl'R&
The moot complete, stock ever shown In
Omaha. We purchased early and In large
quantities, thus securing a very low price,
and gunnintee to you a saving ot 20 per
cent it your money back.
WOMEN' S FI R SCARF 80 Inches long
with six fine tails, an excellent value
at 2 OS
our special price -M
$?.00 values- 35.00
Women's eiderdown sacques 49C
at
Women's black sateen un
derskirts at
$1.00 lawn waist
at
Women's 12 moire petticoats
at
Children's fall dresses
at ..... .
49c
49c
98c
'98c
Wool Dress Goods Sale.
Extra Weights in 62 In. Mannish
Suitings worth J1.-5 at
190 Extra Fine Zlbellne
at ,
200 Broadcloths
at
POPULAR PRICED DRESS GOOODS
Handsome New Tailor Effects 49C
75c
98c
1.25
75o Scotch Mixtures
nt
75c All Wool Suitings
st
76c Granite Suitings
at
All Wool Challles
U
all Wool Walstlngs
it
49c
25c
39c
25c
29c
GROCERIES GROCERIES.
GREAT CEREAL AND DRIED FRUIT
SALE
Fancy Hand Picked Navy Beans, per ib.
Fancy Pearl Tapioca, per lb
t?oo Japan Rice, per lb 3
The -est Flake or Pearl Hominy, per Ib 34
Fancy Pearl Barley, Sago or Farina, per
lb J
1 lb package Fancy Imported Maccaroni
1 lb. package Best Corn Starch 4
The Best Hulk Laundry Starch, per lh..34
3 bars Wool Soap for 10
EXTRA SPECIAL DRIED FRUIT SALE
Choice California Prunes, per lb 3V
Fancy Santa Clara Prunes, per lb 0
Extra Large Black Italian Prunes, pr
lb m
Choice California Peaches, per Ib 7
Large Choice Mulr Poaches, per lb..... 8'4
Fancy Large Yellow Crawford Peachea,
per lb M
English Cleaned Currants, per lb a
lun Cleaned Currants, per
ler 10 o
er lb.... 7
lb 12
r lb S'
lh
Fancy Vostuna Cleaned Currants, per
lb "J
rhnlre 3 Crown Large Raisin, per lb 5
Fancy London layer iiaisin, pe
Fancv Moor Park Apricots, per
N.u' YnrW Imnnrted Annies, oer
FRESH KKUli rBltM.
Fancy Large Colorado Freestone Peaches
per box
Yellow. Red or Blue Plums, per basket. 23
Cape Ci (1 crnmberrles, per lb 71
Large, Juicy Seeedless Lemons, per dos.. 12
1 lb. package California White Figs. .......6
HAVDEN BROS.
JO
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ma
i
Thursday Will Be Special Bargain Day in
Men's Fall Suits
It is time for your new fall Suit or Overcoat. Early buyers have the
advantage of the widest possible selection, and we give you the added ad
vantage tomorrow of a very special bargain price.
Men's Swell Fall Suits at $10.00
Made in the latest materials all wool-
new single and double-breasted cut
form-fitting thoroughly
tailored the best
suit ever sold in Omaha
at the price.....
earned cut;
$!0
wmm
"Ml
Early Sale of Men's Over
coats & Top Coats at $10
The styles this fall are ultra stylish and B
especially becoming a C t B
great variety of brand
new coats right up to
date a special
, myiisn ana
$!0
Given Away Free
With Every Suit or Over
coat at ten dollars or over
Fine Oak or Willow
Rocking Chair
"Perfection In Man's Apparel"
Hand Tailored Clothing
The finest ready-to-put-on clothing that eaa
be made In style and finish it Is perfec
tion all the appearance and all the satis
faction of made-to-measure clothing at
naif the price
Brandels Spe
cial Buns &
Overcouts ..
.ae-io-measure doming at
$15-17.50
Rogers-Feet Suits
' Finest
in America
and Overcoats
17.50-$40
Men's Fall Cravcncttes
. 7.50-$25
BOSTON STORE
The most popular co i for fall swell in ap
pearanceperfect ain protection
at
J. L. bRJ ND IIS '& SONS
IF IT
COMES FROM
MILLER'S
IT MUST
GOOD
1 F1" 11 j I
li:iler
r7
HILLEH'S PURE KYE, full quart ...r.80o
Hiller's Old Private Stock, full quart. ...... $1.00
Ililler's Old Standard, full quart ..$1.25
BOTTLKD IN BOND.
(We control Distillery No. 300, Fifth District,
Louisville, Ky.)
GKEEN TRADING KTAMPtf ALL TllE TIME.
1309 Farnam Stroot, Omaha
Moll ordera Bolidkd
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