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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1895)
TTTTC OAfATTA TA ) ITW TtK K : ft'HERD AT" . JITIW Ifi.
AdTrrtUemrntH ( or these rultinitiii Kill be
iBkrn tntll 12I3U p. in. ( or Ilia rTriiliicnnd
until H ji. ni. for the morn.HI : a Mil Sunday
Advertiser * , hy rrfirrntlng n numhrreil
liecki rnn Imvo nnnurrn nidlrrmril to n
uuniljcrcit letter In mm n ( 'Jim lire , An-
ncrn no ncldiiKnl will l > * ilrllvcroil upon
] KFtntutlmi of the check only. Itutos ,
1 l > "c n word , first limrrtlnn , lo n wont
licrrnflrr. Jv'otlilng tiikon ( or liMthnnSOc
lor tint Intrrtloti.
HIMO nilti'rtlsvinrntii niust lun cnnsecu-
SITUATION ! : } WANTKD.
A YOI'NO MARRIED MAN. 1'OHSKSHINa
superior husliiexit nhlllty. ( li-tlrns position ; un
derstands Imokkreplnir nml Rcnernl cilice work ;
ro'il nc' ' 'iimlnnt ' nti'l pcmnnn ; ref ii-nd1 * Ilrsl-
clnm Will name Imslm-m house clve me a
chance to provo my ability ? Addrem T 65 ,
Bee olllce. A-M8I2 1C'
AN EXlT.RIENrED CHRL WANTS A OOOD
steady plnco In n private family. A < ldro | t *
menl. 'j < a N. Mill st. A 911-11 *
WANTED. I1Y WIDOW LADV WITH 3-YKAR-
old child , plnce In prtvntD fiiinlly. Wanes note
o much object an u home. Address IT 7. Hie.
WAMTK.U t , HELP.
WANTnn. 1.000 MEN TO WIlITi : Sin TODAY
for the rreclpt ( nhsotulPly frc * . In plain pal J
tnveinpo whlcli cuiej mo of norvou.1 ueblllty ,
exhauslol vltnllty. etc. Ad'lrru C. J. Walker ,
Uox 1311 Kalninnzoo , Mlcli -n-M 63
WANTKoT M A N ON " 5X I-A U Y TO TAKK OR-
d r In city. If succefsfut will rerclvp nil-
vunccmcnt. Apply after 9 a. m. 1516 V ° "S-
laa. _ li M339 JyZ3
WANTKD. rxi'nuinNrip : nitv oooos CAI > -
ler. ntldroiH irlvlntr BR.- , t-xix-rlt-ncp. rnlary nn-1
rcfrren 'en. "Dry Goods Currier No. 2. Bt Jo-
acph. Mo. * * U-7 23-13
\VANTKD. J.tVK. INTnt.MOENT AQBNTS IN
Omnlm to orKRnl chilis of three to me
famlllen for nur fnmom orrliard hninca lanil
In central MluMmlpril. The tide nf Immigration
Is KohiR Bouth where there are no hot winds , no
cnld wlnttTB. no Lllziardi , no crop falluren.
Where two to three crops can he ral.'ed each
year. Where there In no such thlliK as n fall-
uro If n nuin will work nne-hnlf as ham ns ne
does In this country. Owl nummcrs. mllil win
ter * , sure pnylns crops of fruit anil Banlen
truck , richest neil on earth , hest * rnllroml
fncllltles , Oeo. W. Amen , general agent. 1617
Farnnm street , Omaha. "j
VANTKD AN KNKitOIJTIC MAN WITH OOOn
huilne nlillUy rnn mnko Illiernl oontrnct and
find piTiiunent city or country portion with an
old vxtatllshiHl collecting compnny , soliciting
hunlnesa on commlmlon that wilt net $100 Pr
monlh. Artdrcs with stamp nnrl state experi
ence. Bayers & Company , La Clcdo 1UK. ] . Rt.
I.oula , Mo. It 761-15
WANTED RAI'ESMKN. TIIAVBMNO AND I.O-
ral , Ix-st ppeclal or side line ; choice of territory.
\V. O. Tcmpleton , QenM. Agt. IV. N. * . I.Jfe.
WANTED , A I'AINTER AND I'Al'KR HANOER
to woik out n part of the prlce of u smnll
home. Balance monlhly payment. N. A. Kiilin.
di-UKirlBt. IJth nnd Donning. ll-S.fi-lG
BALEHMEN TO 8KLL I'KTIT LEDGERS. BILL
rcRlstt-n nnd oilier sperlaltlfs to merchants by
sftinple ; side lines. Model Mfi ? . Co. . South
Bend. Ind. t - - _ .
WANTED. EXI'ICRIKNrEI ) DRY fJOOODS
Rnletman ; tnuxl be slnrjlo mnn , 3) to 3j years
old , end had experience In hu > lnir. Al'n want
mnn who hail had cxpcrlenco In isenernl store.
Aildren. with reference. W. D. Ruiner. Aill-
nnce , Nfh. II-MS92 17
I'D It It. A M. HY. CO. IN WYO-
mlnic. Work KUarnnleed. Kn-p trartspoitallon.
Kramer A O'llearn , llth and Karnom MreMs.
II I9 J It
WANTED , SALESMEN TO 8HI.I. Ol'Il I.KLVD-
IHB hmmU nf cluars. Plmt-clnM ti-iiiij to
" himtlera : no drone * nwd nuply. Addiesn Hiim-
If" lioldt CUar Co. . Clnclnn-Ul. O. II M8I3 i2'
WANTED , HTIIICTI.Y riUST-CIAS8 CIOAIl-
maker who l alao n Rood cl.uVoir'tlst ; steady
work In factory to rlRht man. Adilip i M It.
Vletcher. llamliurg. luwn. II M817 1C *
WANTED , OIIII. VOH OnNKUAI , HOfSR-
work. 8110 Ohio street. C S-if-U'
WANTKD , ON AUQIIST 1 , NK.VT , AT KT.
Mftry's mls l n , IluMbu.l , H. ! > , , j ' ftronu.
cnpalilu woman , -as , * < * M wofeej. . S3W > per
monlh. 1' . II. Mugford , Supcrliitendcnt.
( . ilSul 16
WANTKD. 1.ADIKH TO BEMj TIIK LADIES'
WANTKD. LADY IN KVKHY TOWN TO HK-
cclvp i llctlon at her own home ; no cnn-
vu8 lng ; liberal uilury. II. A. Hill , Autln. III.
C M91j 1G *
TOR Or.NBUAI. IIOI'SBWOIHC IN
nmill family. Mu t huvo good refi-rencM. 120
North 26th Ntrvrt. C MOJn 18
EOli. BENT HOUSES.
ilOL'HES. K. K. DA11MNO. I1I.OOK.
1IOUSRS IN ALL I'AIlTSOPTnB CITY. TUB
O. F. Davl Company , 1305 Farnam. D 46
IIOUBE3. BENAWA & CO. , IOC N.
H. E. COLE CO. . LARGEST "LIST IN O5JAHA ?
7-nOOM EAST FHONT MODERN , 382 N. 40TH.
C-IIOOM FLAT TOR nENT. 1 1J DODGE.
D < M
FOH 11ENT , FLATS NEWLY PAPERED AND
cleaned , norlheait corner llth and Howard
strenu. Fltleen dollars a monlh. Inquire room
314 , Flrat National Hank building. D TH-iS
FOll 11KNT. iVlVK-nOOM COTTAGES. 1405-10
North 22d street. Bight dollar * p r month. In
quire room 314 , Flrat National llank hulldln
KiaiiT-nooliT HOUSES NEAR man HCHOOL ,
J15.O ) und IS3.W per month. Inquire. Pile Capitol
tel live. D 7W-1S *
G-nOOMRD HOUflrf. ' CITY WATKK. KTO. .
only 10.l per mo. 1225 N. Mill. Key next
dour south. D-.MS3I 17"
FOU HRNT. A TWO-STOUY HIUCIv 11OUSI3 ,
furnished ! nil modern conveniences ; terms veiy
reasonable. Apply nt 412 North 14lh , near Chi-
cajo. 1M 33 lf.
FOR 1SENT , 10-HOOM MODERN IlOl'SE. ! OS
Nortli Z''d street , near .Davenport. Infinite at
304 N. 2M. D M901
FOR KENT TWO C-TIOOM COTTAQKS. ONE
furnished , S02 S. COth. Modern.
KKNT t itOOMS.
KOOMH FOll IJGHT HOI'SE.
Inciulro 1919 Do < 1 | ! . K M771
VERY 1'LEAHANT NORTH OR ( SOUTH ROOM8
nnd hoard. ! JOIDoiiKliis. E 778-17"
WANTED. L.VDY ll6oMMATE.
Ing rooms , : i > 55 Ht. Murj' ' . 13-CI ! Jy 26'
TOR RENrT"NICELY rtlRNIsTTED SOUTH-
rast front rixim with nlcove imd h.iy window ;
nil modern conveniences ; boanl If deslied. 6 : :
H. utii st. i-ss-is
AND UNKURNIKHIID. 824 N.
10th trfet. E-M842 22 -
NICELY Kl'RNIHHED HOOMK l'Xn OENTLi-
mcn or hoiisekei-plui , ' . C01 North 171 li.
; 13-MS7H 16'
FOR RENT. KL'RNISHEU ROOMS. WITH OR
without board. 601 S. ISih. U-MS83 A13
NICE'LY"FfRNisiiEiTTtooM CHEAP. iv't
South Wlh. U MS9J 16 *
DU3IltAIU.E Bt'ITK OI- " ROOMS ; ALSO SIN-
pie room , with or wllluut Umnl ; rofon-ncf 1211
Fninam "tn-ct. -MJ03 17 *
Kk'tCLY 1'H'RNISHED ROOM FOR TWO , 1411
1 toward street. E MDW 17
i NICE rfRNisiir.D ROOMS FOR I.milT
houskcpiiij , 1112 South llth.
HOt'sr.Kr.EIMNO ROOMS. CONVENIENT.
cheap , cool , lawn. Mil St. Mary's.
I UKN1SHED ROOftla AND BQaJlD
NICELY FL-RN1SHKD SOUTH ROOM WITH
hoard for two ; prlvato family ; no other board-
crs ; hert home ctimforti. 611 No. list , bet ,
OallCunaanaVcbttcr. ! . F-931
TO TRADE. DRESS SUIT. CHEST k
St Inches , wcrn twice ; coot 17' , for horse , cun ,
or itnylhlng. 8 41. Hee. F-1M
TouNT : Ft'nNiyiiEn OR r.v-
' furiilFhed. with cr without Iwunl. ( 3 North
Nin\jleenth \ tr" t. F-S2J-15 *
I St'ITEH OK LAIUU : HUfSEKUUPlNU
ruoinn. | : .W per r om , rrfn. 10IJ So , Silt' .
1C li liKNT SXOitJja AND OFFIOJSd
Foil RUNT THE 4.STORV llltlCtC llflLDINO ,
416 V'arnam eircot. Thlt tutldlng tm > n lire-
prupf cement tunenicnt , complete uleiim heat-
In ? flxturen , water on all ttoopi , s . He. Apply -
ply .o' thi ollloo of Th lit * . 1- I
KOK itiiNT. nilST-4'LASS ; v
ml Uisement. hrlilj iitore hulhlliiE No. liv } Fur.
Iiam tiHH. Sullahlo for any kind of bunlneu
ti-ron. limulro nx > iu 311 Kim Na-
. tloiiM k bulldluc. -741 t ;
MEN AND WOMEN , K TO Jlo A UY Al
drvf tha Handy Heater Co. , S , ) > , t\v Y rU I.U- >
bUk.nmilu. . NOk. J 44 1
U. Q. WALLACE , RENTALS , 111 I1ROWN I1LK.
I * M703
HEST STORAOE Ill'ILDlNO IN OMAHA. U. S.
coy , bonded wan-holme ; houeehold uoods * tor d ;
luweit rates. 1013-1013 Leavtnvrorth. M 476
STORAQn , FHANK DWERS , 1214 HAItNEY.
I'ACIflC BTORAQB A WAREHOUSE CO. . 9)S
SID Jones its. General ktoruije and forwarding.
M 47 $
WANTED TO UUY ,
WANTED. HORSE , HARNESS AND IH'OOY
nr phaeton In good , shape. Will tnke good
hurkb. anl. U 6. lle. . N-M021 16
JfOll SAbh Jb'UKWITURE.
FOR BALK , TWO I1EDROOM St'lTrf , INfLUD-
Ing folding bed , dining room furniture , one
hard C'inl burner , nil comparatively new. Can
be seen 2131 Davenport Hired. O-MSC-17'
FOK HALE HORSES AND WA OONS
FOR SALE 'IANO 11O.V TOP Ilt'ClOY. GOOD
As n"W , JI ) . 1'ncino lispress barn , lllh and
Capitol n\e. P-310-15-
TOR SALE MISCEI/L-ANEOU8
HARDWOOD COMI1INATION HOO AND
chicken fence. Clm . 11. Lee , 9th and Douglas.
FKCl'niTIBS FOR SALE.
We have a number of llrat mortgages In amounts
of J300 lo JJ.noo nt 6i4 to 8 per cent for sale.
None but gilt edged securities handled. Call
and see us.
Fidelity Trust Company. 1701 Farnam St.
Q SS7 31
FOll SALE , GOOD FAMILY MILK COW. 42D
nnd Hamilton. : ' } M03 ?
PRI/.E JERSEY CO\V. A RICH MILKER ,
very liandnom" and kind ; butter rcconi. 18 ll > s.
per week. U 3. I tea. Q-M92S 16 *
ENGLISH MASTIFF DOGS FOll SALE ; I'EDI-
gree furnished. A. W. Kellcy , 1102 Si ? . 51st ct.
MRS. DR. " II. WARREN , CLAIRVOYANT , REliable -
liable business medium , Stn year ut 119 N. ICth.
KNOW THY FATE : I'HOF. LEROY , THE
wonderful clairvoyant nnd dead trance me
dium , 1713 Capitol live. , tells everything ! your
future revealed , lovers united , troubles lieuled ,
names of friends and enemies unJ the one
you will marry. All In trouble cull. Hourn , 9
a. m. to 9 p. m. Satisfaction suunnteel.
MADAM SMITH. M2 S. 12TH. 2D FIX3OH , ROOM
3 ; magnetic , vapor , alcohol , steam , sulphurlne
nnd sea baths. T M874 S )
MASSAGE , MADAMS 11ERNARD , H21 DODGE.
T M623 18 *
MRS. DR. LEON , ELEGANT MASSAGE AND
electrlo bnth. 1'arlors restful naid refreshing.
411 North 14th street , T M7a3 IS *
119 NORTH IJTlfliT. . ROOM 5 , ll.VTIIS. SElect -
lect massage by nn expert. Anna , fiom Chicago.
TURKISH BATHS ; ONLY PLACE IN CITY
exclusively for ladles. Sulto 103-110 , Bee btdu.
LADIES * BATHS. MME. TOST , 319)4 ) S. 15TH.
VIA VI CO. . 346 HER I1LDG. ; HEALTH HOOK
free ; homo treatment ; lady attendant. U1SJ
D. HAAB , FLORIST , PLANTScUT FLOWERS.
flanQitet , hall , resldenco and grave decorations.
1813 Vlnlon street. Telephone 770. U M484
IJATIIS. MASSAGE , MME. 1 > OST , 31914 S. 1STH.
A PRIVATE PARTY HAS MONEY TO LOAN
on pianos , Jewels , bicycle * , etc. ; builness
strictly confidential. Address. I'osto'jlce Itox
ARE YOU SICK ? MEDICINE AND TREATment -
ment Me. nt 20JVJ N. 16th st. U 15i Jyl7
FOR FIRE AND HURGLAR PROOF BAKES ,
vault work , etc. , eeo or address \V. O. Temple-
ton. gen'I. as't. . 105 N. Y. Life. U M697 a
OA H ADVANCED ON PUBLIC' EMPLOYES'
sularlea. Commercial Trust Co. . 413 llee Uldg.
, U M753
HIJMMUR HOARDING AND PICNIC GROUNDS ,
at Hazel Dell nuisery. Ilrlggs station , Nb. .
13 minutes ride from Wcbsler slrest depot on
C. St. P. M. .t O. R. It. depot , pontolllce and
church nt"grounds. . Pleasant dilve or wheel
rides from city. Ileaullful grove and good sprln-s
water. Tents for rent. Refreshments served on
grounds. For particulars address J. W. Day.
Hrlggs , NuU U 737-1 i
MRS. JACOI1SON HAS HEMOVED FROM 181 !
NlchotHS st. to C1Q North SOth st. U 736-15 *
PRIVATF. HOME FOR WOMEN DURING
ronllncment. llcst of references given. S519N.
! Sth street. U M863 A13'
FINE LIVERY RIGS CHEAT. ED BAVMLHY ,
lllh and Bt. Miiry's avo. TeU'phono 410.
U 903 n-H
CHRIST ALBERT HARTMAN WILL PLEASE
address all communications Intended for th
undersigned , Andrew W. Hartman or Frank
Hartmnn. to Sheridan. Wyo. U-M9J1 16-
MONEY TO LOAN REAL ESTATE
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. . SIS N.Y. LIFE ,
loans at low rat for choice security In Ne
braska and Iowa farmi or Omaha Uly nropeity
MONEY TO-LOAN AT LOWEST RATES. THE
O. V. Davis Co. , IMS Farnam si. W 487
CITY LOANS. C. A. STARR , 515 N. Y , LIFE ,
LIFE INSURANCE POLICIES 'LOANED ON
or bought. F. O. Chesney , Kansas City , Mo.
CAPITAL tt.000.HOBURPLUH. ; . J600.000 ; U. S.
Mortgage Truit Co. , New York : for 6 per cent
lei > n rn city property upuly to Puaey &
Tiom..s. ! agents , room 2DT , First Nat. Ilk bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate , llrennan. Love & Co. , 1'axtoii bile.
MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA REAL ESTATE
at 0 per cent. W. B. Melkol , 1st Nat. Ilk. btdg.
MONEY TO LOAN ON 1MPJIOVKD OMAHA
proptrty. Fidelity Trust Co. . 1103 Farnam.
LOANS ON IMPROVED ft UNIMPROVED CITY
properly. W. Farnam Bmlth & Co. , 13W Karnnm.
INVESTORS' DIRECTORY CO. . 10 WALL ST. ,
New York , after any part 101.0-W eastern In
vestors' names , who have money to Invest ; Jiul
compiled. Write for parllculais.
, \ \ ' MM1 Jy3
MORTGAGE LOANS , LOW RATRS.
J. D. Zlttle , 16th and D.iuglas. Omaha.M770
MONEY TO 1.0AA CHATTELS.
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE. PIANOS ,
hcrses , waguns , etc. . at lowest rates In city :
no removal of goods ; strictly cannMcnti.il ; you
can pay < he loan off at any time or In any
amount.OMAHA MORTGAGE LOAN CO. .
m s . icth st. .
MONEY TO LOAN ON FURNITURE AND
pianos. Fred Terry. 430 Ruiiigo blk. X 437
MODEL LOAN CO. , 403 NlSwToilK LIKE"
X 13J Jyl5
IIJ.WO.OO BTOCK OF MERCHANDISE IN BEST
tovn In e.it'.fin Nebraska , fur lind and cai'.i
or equivalent. Addrciw S 23 , care Bee.Y .
3 SOLID INVESTMENTS ; BRICK BUSINESS
block , water power flouring mill , tine tee bust-
ness. U , c. Alger & Co. , Bherldan , Wyo.
FOR 8ALE-STQCKOF MILLINERY ; BEST
location In tbe city. Gcud reason for wiling.
Address ut once , T 1C. Bee. Y 130
ONE-HALK INTEREST IN REAL ESTATE
und abstract business In central Nebraska for
ali > . T 41. Omaha , Hcv. Y-MI31 AT
FOR SALE. COMPLETE FIRST-CLASS SET
DcGetlo' * system abstract books Adunu county.
Neb. , with 9) years' oslahllt-lira bnnlneu ; full
Information nnd pilcu given. Addretu * Itox 763 ,
Hastings. Neb. Y-M78I ! 1
A BANK FOR SALE IN A OOOD FARMING
section of Nebraska ! money brlncx 2 per cent
per month ; Miimll amount of capital rvq v
only bunlt hi good lown. Box 17 , C.unpliell
Ni-b. . Y M1T9 I8
WANTED TO TRADE , NEW STANDARD III.
rycla for draff hniso weighing 1,100 pnunds cr
morE. . J. O.ivli. Hhi.Fdrnam nt. 2-SJ7
I HAVE THRICE OR TOl'R OOOD 1'ARM.H I
want to exclmngc for hnrsci. a. .1. Ituilnvell , ,
Oma n. N U. 7. M763
FlAVK ; i-IORHr ! BREKCH-LOADINO SHOrl
pun : mint t trud * foi Uiyn' safety : mmt
ue In tlrnt-clam coiidllloll. Addieu T M. iee.
FUR KALE ii : 1RADE--A
nnd .nMi | iriior : will trude for bio do or
t > lw riii-r. Addren V 4 , l- ! . > . 1- I !
TOR SALK KKAL ESTATE.
UST'MACTS. "THE BVRON iTKibi COMPANY.
_ HE tM
FARM LANDd. C K. HARRISON. N. V. Lit *
1 11U-7HA1U * >
NO SOAP WILL DO"THE
WORK HALF 50 WELL AS
lONETRIAL WILL PROVE THIS FACT.
'WADE THE COMPANY. OHM
BY N.K.FAIRBANK .
FOR SALE llbAL ESTATE.
AJIGAINS. HOUSES , LOTS AND FARM ;
sale or trade. F. K. Darling , Uarlter block.
Ml'ROVED GARDEN LANDS NEAR OMAHA
nt prices that will curprlno you , If taken within
2 weeks. J. II. Sherwood , 423 N. Y. Life.
'PR ' SALE. SfnriltlAN PROPERTY AT FARM
prices ; 102 ncn-s 5 miles \yest of Omaha post-
olllce nt J113.00 per ncre. For parHculars In-
tiulre 70S N. Y. Life Uldg. RE-JISH li
3O YOU WANT A 1JEAUTIFIIL MODERN
cottage home within walking distance from P.
O. , Inside one. mile ? We have two of them
Just completed that nro models , nnd wo will
tell them nt greatly reduced prices nnd take In
a tWO.00 to tSOO.OO lot as part payment.
These arc located on Hurl street , Just east ot
! Sth street. Will be open Sunday. Call nnd In-
Remember we will tnke your vacant lot as part
Why will you pay rent on n house nnd then
iay taxes on vacant property when you can make
uch a deal t i this ?
fee these beautiful homes or call nt nur ofllc *
nd wo will be most pleased to show them.
Fidelity Trim company , 1703 Farnnm tieet.
Illj M73 * IS
BARGAINS , SALE OR TRADE IN CITY PROP ,
'crtles and farms. John N. Frenzer , opp. P. O.
IOMKS ON EASY PAYMENTS. SELL AND
buy lots , acres , fauns. Carvln Dros ; , 210 N. i. L ,
, \T A nAROAlN. CORNER LOT. PAVED
'slreet , 3 cottages , 6. 7 and 8 rooms each , brick
basement , water and sewer conenctlon. In best
residence portion , monthly rental III. Apply by
letter to Jean Schema , 610 Dee building.
RE 311 Jy23
' to ACRES HOOD LAND. 11,000 ; SMALL PAY-
ments. 160 acres , Il.2uo.fl0 ; caiy payments. 1C )
acres. Improved. $1.600.00. on tlino. Iowa nnd
Nebraska farms , easy tcinls. And the greale < t
bargains In city property .ever offered. Wil
liams , room 411 , McCague block. KB MM ? 16
5X > R SALE , TWO THREE-ROOM HOUSES ,
on lols 7 and 8 In 4SI. Grand View nddl-
tlon. no Invunihriinvr , JIOO.OO each. Write or
call upon (3ei > . M. Cooper , ulty. . 321 S. 15th Kt.
Mount Hope cemetery olllce removed to 321 S.
13th st. HB-.VW23 IS *
BUILDING &LOAN ASSOCIATION.
SHARKS IN MUTUAL L. & 11. ASS'N PAY
C , 7 , 3 per cent when 1 , 2 , 3 years old , nhvaya
redeemable. 1701 Farnam st. Nnttlngcr , Sec.
IOW TO GET A HOME OR SECURE GOOD
Interest on savings. Apply to Omaha L. & U.
Ass'n , 1704 Uec bldg. C. M. Nattlncer. S > c.
I. MAROWITZ LOANS MONEY. 418 N. 16 ST.
M. O. DAXON. 402 N. 16TH. 03
STERLING RUII.T LIKE A WATCH , WEST.
ern Electrical Supply Co. , 1511 Howard street.
KB THR VISH1LE I1ALL HEARINGS ON
Relay Spedal. Will Uarnum Itro. . 120 N. Uth.
A. I * DEANB & CO. , 1116 FARNAM STREET.
WESTERN BICYCLE & ( SUN CO. , 2I1 CUM1NG.
OMAHA IHCYCLE CO. , BEST PLACE TO 1JUY
bicycles , kundi'li-n and ifl > all3. Z23 N. IGth St.
MS3S A 13
MANTELS , ORATi'S AND TILES.
WOOD MANTELS. GRATES. TlI.ES FOR
lire places , vestibules and large floors ; writ * for
til-Icon. Milton Rogers & Sons , Omiha. Mrj
CARPENTERS AND BUILDERS.
: . E. MOItniLL. PAPER HANGINOt HOUSE
sign painting , brick worn , plastering : off. R. 1 ,
I3 rk r blk. ; tcl. IK ; ihup 912 N. 21th el.
UNDERTAKERS AND EMBALMERS
II. K. RURKET. FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND
embalmer , 1618 Chicago St. , telephone 90. 612
SWANSON & VAL1KN. 1701 CUMING , TEL 1MO (
U. O. MAUL. UNDERTAKER AND EM 11A I.M
cr , 1417 Farnam st. , telephone 225. $14
C. W. IIAKEII. UNDERTAKER , 613 S. IGTH ST.
LADIES ! CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH PENNYroyal -
royal Pills ( diamond brand ) are the beat : safe ,
lelluble ; take no other ; send 4c , stamps , for
particulars , "Relief for Ladles. " In letter by
leturn mall. At druggists. Chlchester Chem
leal Co. , Philadelphia , 1'a.
WANTED. TO CURE DROPSY SUFFERERS.
Cure thousands of canes called hopeless , Hook ,
testimonials und ten days' dropsy trenlment
fiee by mall. Dr. Green & Sons. Atlnnla , Ga.
AIDM 18 *
DAMAGED MIRRORS RESILVERED. 719 N. 1 .
A OOOD THING-PUSH IT ALONG. MAY DP
tliu latent elung phrase , but that's just what
we're doing with SHERIDAN COAL. 8,000 tons
Kold In Omaha last year. We give you 2.000
Ibs. of the best Wyoming cooking coal for $1.10.
Victor While , mgr. , 1005 Farnam et , Tel. 127 ,
CHAMPION STEAM CARPET AND RUO
Cleaning Works do their work tbe best anJ
rhoapvat. 718-20 S. 14th at. Tel. CjS. U. 8. O.
Kuhn , manager ; Patrick War < 2. foreman.
GOOD PASTURE FOR HORSES , Jl.CK ) PER
month per head , Charles Gana , SI. Paul , Neh.
AETNA HOUSE ( EUROPEAN ) , N. W. COR.
13th and Dodge. Room * by day or week.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND CONTRACT-
ori for elrcirlc light and motor plants and nil
kinds of electrical construction. Western E'ec. '
trlcal Supply Co. . 1515 Howard ft. 510
THE INFIRMARY IN CONNECTION WITH
the Dental college nt-Twelfth and Poclfle street *
Is now open , where those deilrlng to have
teeth extracted can have It done free of chargu
and all other work at merely co t o * material.
DR. PAUL. DENTIST , 2020 HURT ST. iU"
A. C. VAN SANTS SCHOOL , ill N. Y. LIFE.
MUSIC , ART AND LANGUAGES.
GEORGE K GELLENRECK. DANJO AND
guitar .teacher. IHl C.u street. U 109
SPANISH LESSONS. QIVKN EVENINGS ,
rlasa funning ujw ; number limited. Address
T 61. Rce olllce. M-SS ) !
, LOST. A LADY'S GOLD WATCH ; OPEN
f c ; Hwlm imn-eiiionl , monogram on back of
case. K. K O'O . vuppoied to hove been lost
on 201 li street b < : tween Clmrlei and Umc t.
11i patty returning watch to 132 } N 2ith st.
will locuhf : icwurvj. Lo t-MS ! ) )
AND HASCALL HELD THE FLOOR
Hodllchl Tolls the nuth Miln Hepuhllcniu
IVhcrn Ho It At.
The Second Ward Republican club and
Judge Haskell mot at Eighteenth and Vlnton
streets for a finish fight last night and there
wasn't another man In the neighborhood when
Haskeil lelt the ring. '
There was a good attendance of republicans
and an Interesting meeting was held before
the mill with Haskell was called.
In the absence of President Knodell , the
vice president , "Little Bismarck" Alstadt ,
presided. The by-laws of the club were
amended by abolishing the Initiation fee and
by fixing the meeting nights on the first and
third Wednesday evenings of each month.
A. W. Jeffries of the Klghth ward was called
on and addressed the club. He made an en
tertaining speech , in which he urged all good
republicans and all good' citizens to get to
gether and carry on the coming campaign on
party lines. He said that parties were held
responsible for the administration ot affairs ,
national , state and local , and no party had
the wisdom , Integrity and Intelligence of the
republican party , and to It the people must
look for good government.
Mel II. Hedfleld , candidate for county clerk ,
was called upon and responded In a speech
In which he denned his position very clearly.
He said that political parties were a necessity
and that the cltlzens"movement with Its can
didates for the various pqsltldns was nothing
.less than a political pirly. He said that
when the republican parity took control of
the court house four years ago It found a
number of legacies from the democratic party.
There was a hospital building that had cost
$300.000 , of which ? 1GO,000 was a steal ; there
was a $20.000 steal In thfi retaining wall , and
there was the Doughs Addition job , for which
the commissioners recently- made a levy of
$00,000 , and would have .to pay more ; there
were no books In which the affairs of the
county were kept , andther'e was an Indebt
edness of $350,000 for Current expenses. The
republicans , had changed all this , had paid
all of the debts and running expenses and had
a surplus ot $730,000 ill the' treasury.
Mr. Reillleld tackled 'the religious question.
He said the citizens' movement was the only
party that was maklug.'a ' religious light. For
his own part , he denied . .that any one's re
ligion had been assailc'd. ' ' H ° llgtoiis freedom
was guaranteed by the ! constitution , but the
constitution could nolj be construed to au-
thorlzo any -man , or any set of men , to set
up a sytem antagonistic loathe principles of
'this ' gbverVfnient'a 'system supposed by mil
itary organization and owjtlg no allegiance to
this government. It was the duty of all cit
izens to denounce anything and everything
that threatened the perpetuity of American
Institutions. "Abraham' Lincoln. " he said ,
"would not have gone down by the hands of
an assassin had he not been stricken down by
n power that threatened the freedom of Amer
ican Institutions. " There was no duty more
sacred than that of protecting the flag and
sustaining the public school system of this
country when threatened by a foreign fofc.
Ho closed by expressing the hope that the
republlcaus would nominate a ticket
which no one could reproach and one that
> vould be triumphantly elected.
Ilecch HIgby , city clerk , was called out and
upoke briefly , urging the republicans to keep
up the good work. He predicted success at
the coming election.
It was 9:30 : o'clock when Judge Haskell
was called out. It was 11 o'clock when the
last man escaped from the hall. 'Nuff said.
1'OK IIUVVY , SLUOIUSH FKKLINU
Use llorsford'n Acid Phosphate.
It produces healthy activity of weak or
disordered stomachs- that need stimulating ,
and acts as a tonic on nerves and brain.
SETTLED THEIR DIFFERENCES
Rlvnl Associations Juln Ilnmli to Alnko the
State Fnlr n Success.
Preliminary to getting , down to real busi
ness , today the Hoard of Managers of the
State Fair association met at the Mlllard
totel , the following members present : Presi
dent Ell A. Barnes , Grand Island : John D.
Ulnsmore , Sutton : chairman of the board ,
Martin Dunham , Omaha ; E. L. Vance , Paw-
i-ee City ; Milton Doollttle. North Platte ; S.
C. Dassett , Gibbon , und U. W. Fumas , sec
After the minutes of the previous meeting
had baen disposed of President Z. T. Ltndsey
and John A. WaketlcUI , secretary of the Fair
and Speed association , appeared before the
board with a proposition looking to an ad
justment of the differences between the State
Kalr board and the Manufacturers' and Con
sumera' association. Mr. I.lndsey explained
that the differences between the two bodies
hardlcapped the Fair and Speed association
In securing money necessary to carry the ftilr
to a successful conclusion , and thpught that
as the directors gf the Manufacturer ' nssocl
atlon had expressed a desire to let bygones be
bygones the members of the State Fair board
might meet the other people half way.
The trouble which has" kept the fair man
agement and the Manufacturers' association
apart grew out of a bill which the fair people
refused to allow lo thja Manufacturera' and
Consumers' association.Acletter from Secre
tary Holmes was read iiftjt was of so con
dilatory a nature that J'WsQlutlon was finally
passed agreeing to payv > .nne-half of the bill
originally rejected. This , t is all the Manu
facturers' association aslmtraiid consequently
It will bring about a cqllHUve exhibit on the
part of the ManufacturejsV'and Consumers' as
sociation , providing BUJVJV , qan be secured In
( he manufacturers' Imlldlngj If not , then the
members of the association will make Individ
ual exhibits. }
With the conclusion of this business the
board adjourned untilfthVs morning at
o'clock. * -iJ |
Secretary Furnas , Injs klng of the fair's
prospects , said that never since his connection
with a state fair In Nebraska , and he drafted
the bill establishing Ul _ air. had there been
so many Inquiries as w.illtlons and space
as this year. "There.wlU he exhibits from
Texas , Missouri , Kansis tlie Dakotas , Oregon
gen , Wyoming , Colorapo1"iowa ! and Illinois
with more still to hear ftfm. I believe It wll
be a surprise to everybody and Omaha wll
have bigger crowds than she ever saw be
jj should Tree BRADFIELD'S '
It Uu cnperb Toulc and exerUa won
derful Influence In sirenittljenlMKlieriiriteui
bj drmnf through tbo proper channel nil Im
purities. Health mid strength are gu raul ed
lo result from Hi use.
Mr wire wn bedridden for eighteen monthi ,
nftir uilni ; JUrudlrld'i Kemule Jleguln-
( or for two moniiu. u ircttlne veil.
J. M , JOHNSON , U lrern , Ark.
: i I1IUUFIELD IlKQULAIOU CO. , ATLANTA , OA
. | Sold by llPruggliti t II 00 per tattle.
( Copyright. 1S03. by Irvlns Itnrliellcr 1
Our train had been snowbound for nearly
two days. At first most of us were very
naturally restless nnd Impatient , but , as the
hours drilled by , wo grew philosophically rc-
actJ. Two of the trainmen , together with
several passengers , had volunteered to flfiht
their way to thu nearest station and brlnu
relief , so that there was nothing to do but
occupy our minds with cards , conversitlon
nnd smoke , and try to forget that our stomachs
achs lad been put on short allowance.
With this aim several men Gathered at
one end of the smoker and took to spinning
yarns , iirst humorous , then of adventure , and
finally drifting Into what are known as "de
tective stories. " There were five of us be
sides myself ; two drummers , one from New
York nnd one from Chicago ; a Frenchman
who had been "doing" the country ; n fussy
old gentleman on his way east to attend his
daughter's wedding , which he was pretty
reasonably sure to miss , and a gaunt , power
fully built man , with a sombtc , nervous face
end gray hair , who suggested a cross between
n New York stock broker and a Kentucky
The Frenchman , ono of the best compan
ions , by the by , I ever met , had Just con
cluded , amid an avalanche of weirdly accen
tuated English and n cyclone of gesticulation ,
a "true" story of the most pronounced Ga-
borlau type , when our sombre nondescript
cleared his throat. He had shown no Inter
est whatever In the humorous tales of the
drummers , and had paid but little more atten
tion when the theme shifted to travel and ad
venture. The detective vein teemed , how
ever , to rouse him somewhat , though hitherto
he had evinced no disposition to bear his
share of the telling. Therefore , when he
did speak , we all turned to him with the
"I suppose some of you will recall the name
of John rhllllps ? " he said , looking around.
"The big detective who died a few years
ago ? Sure ! " put In one of the drummers.
"Yes , " continued the first speaker , "the
greatest , perhaps the' only really great de-
tectlvo this country has ever produced. "
"Let me see but was he an American ? " I
asked. "It seems to me I hoard once that
ho was an Italian. " '
"No.- His father was a Neapolitan. Sebas
tian Phillips the name was originally I'hll-
llppl , " went on the other. "Sebastian came to
New York when qulie young , married a
southern woman , and went Into the business
of importing fruit from Sicily. His son was
born here and , when old enough , made sev
eral voyages on his father's ships. They tell
how ho had a quarrel with one of the cap
tains once , deserted at Mrsslna. and wasn't
heard of for over a year lived among the
peasants In the Interior. So , you see , he
was an adventurous young fellow , even In
those days , but the experience was just what
was needed to make him what he afterward
became. Take the subtle Intelligence of an
Italian , and odd to It an American mother
and an American education , topped off with
several years of life right down among the
lower classes , and you've got the best foun
dation for a good detective that I can
"Well , lie was a good one , " interrupted
drummer No. 2. "Somebody told me once
but , pardon me , sir "
"I was going to tell you of perhaps the
most remarkable case that John I'hllllps
ever unraveled , " said the sombre man.
"Lct'g have'It , by all 'faeafls. " 'came from
us In a chorus , in which the offending drum
mer Joined heartily. The sombro man
leaned back in Ills seat , half closed his eyes
and began :
A number of years ago I was residing
with an elder brother at a certain village
situated on the Hudson river not far from
the northern end ot the Palisades. Our
family was composed of my brother Ilob-
ert , his daughter Mary , myself and n
negro servant of the name of Pompey Au
gustus Anderson. My brother's wife had
died shortly alter the birth of my niece ,
who was , at the time I speak of , a re
markably handsome though delicate girl.
She was clever , too , and , at times , errati
cally brilliant ; but she was a creature of
strange moods , and there were days when
she would hardly speak to any one of the
household , and would either shut herself
up In her room or wander off through the
fields and woods , even managing to return
late for meals so as to avoid sitting at the
table with us. My brother worried a good
deal over these eccentricities ; but I used
to console him with the Idea that young
glrU of from 15 to 18 were apt to be > dreamy
and morbid at times.
Well , we lived In that way for upward of
four years ; and the only excitement that
broke in on the monotony of our lives was
my niece's first love affair. The young
"Nothing but my appearance prevented a person ? )
man , a New Yorker , had been rusticated that
fall by one of the New England colleges
which he was attending , and his family
had sent him up to our village
wllli a private tutor to spend a few
weeks In study and contemplation. I never
considered him a positively bad fellow , but
he was certainly a very lively one , and some
of his escapades , ot which we learned later ,
bad ben startling and original , even for u
It was the most natural thing In tbo world
that ho and Mary should imagine themselves
in love with each other. There was prac
tically no masculine society for her In the
village , and slie was the only young woman
tlisro of refinement , beauty and education.
Therefore , Jack Itnlph , as we will call him
though that was not Ills real name spent a
great deal of time at our house.
My brother , as people arc apt to do , paid no
attention to the affair , pooh-poohed nil my
warnings , and burled himself In his books.
Thn , too , he was very much exercised at
the time over his quarrels with n new rail
road which was running Us line through our
place , and had made a mast unsightly cut
about 200 yards from the house. He had
fought the nutter In the courts and had
been beaten. The dispute now wag as to the
company's bridging this cut , which they bad
agreed to do , but which they delayed so per-
aistently that there seemed to be consider
able malice In It. In fact , I may say all the
work had been prosecuted In a most dilatory
way , and for months we had been subjected
to the annoyancj ot having gangs of Italians
tramping around our lawns and making us
feel that It was unsafe for Mary to go out
Amid such far from soothing contempla
tions my brother was dumbfounded by a
point-blank request from young Ralph that
he might become engaged to Mary. Then
there was a tcene , Robert was , I am bound
to say , a selfish father , and I doubt whether
any suitor would have been received with
much favor ; but he wag alto Inclined to be
puritanical In his notions , and , from what lie
had hf'ird of Ralph's exploit * , that young
man would have been the last to ovrrcomu
his selfishness. There were too many aqd too
plausible grpunda for rational objection. II
I toll you also that my brother hud a violent
temper you can perhaps Imagine what oc
curred. There wai much string language on
one side and finally some flippant Impudence
pn the other. Nothing but my appearance
prevented a personal encounter. I finally got
Ralph safely out of the house ; but the situa
tion wai nwkward enough. lie was obliged
to remain In the village until recalled by Ills
family or college , and our prospects for pe-ico
and comfort during the balance of his stay
seemed poor enough.
Mary was , naturally , highly Indignant , and.
drawing within herself , as was her habit ,
refused utterly to hold any but the most
necessary Intercourse with us or to make any
promise as lo not seeing her lover. Then
there were more scenes threats of perscn.il
confinement on my brother's part , and moody ,
stubborn resistance on my niece's. I oven
began to wonder whether wo weren't all a
bit "off" by Inheritance from a great-grand
mother of Robert's and mine , who was known
to have been mentally unsound.
Pour days passed , and then a terrible event
happened. My brother was found lying dead
in the railway cut at the foot of the lawn ,
with a ragged , contused wound In his right
temple and a very extensive fracture of the
skull. The whole village was , of course. In
tensely exclt d. Nothing so Interesting had
happened there within the memory of the
oldest Inhabitant , and the theorists ot the
country store argued the matter over among
themselves and with the reporters that came
up from the city. There were two very de
cided opinions that found adherents In not
unequal force. A small majority held that
my brother had gone out for the walk which
he always took before breakfast , had fallen
into the cut and been killed. CJnltc a large
majority , which Included , however , most of
the foreign and reportorlal talent , looked
mysterious and Intimated that thu dead man
had been In a great deal of hot water , and
that It was more than likely he had been
knocked ou the head and then thrown down
the embankment. The coroner convened his
"My brother was found lying dead. "
jury of local wUeacres , and the usual Intelll-
Kent verdict was pronounced , towlt : That
"Robert ( Smith , lot us call him ) came to
his death from a fracture ot the skull caused
by sudden contact with some dull Instrument
or material. "
During the twenty-four hours when all
this was transpiring I had heen thinking
hard , and I could not get rid of the Idea that
there was something wrong In the affair
something more than mere accident. At the
same time I was disposed to admit to my
self that my notion was based rather on In
tuition than on any really good reasons.
To he sure , I hnd been a witness of the
bitter quarrel betwesn my brother and Jack
Kalph , but It seemed Impossible to suspect
the young collegian of such an act. Then ,
too , Ills attitude was the last to be adopted
by a guilty man who was not also a lunatic.
He went around tha village announcing more
or less openly that he guessed the old man
had been killed by some one ho had Insulted ,
and that , from his own experience , ! i3 wasn't
disposed to be very hard on the party who
did It. To all questions as to what his own
experience had been , he utterly refused to
vouchsafe an answer. This was pretty nearly
enough , but when our servant , 1'ompey
Augustus Anderson , who had bean , since my
brother's death , In a condition of nervous ex
citement bordering on hysUrla , went before
he justice of the peace and deposed that he
tiad overheard the quarrel between his mas-
: cr and Ralph , and gave Its ditalls with very
reasonable accuracy , the latter was promptly
arrested and confined In Justice Dennett's
louse , pending his removal to the county
lall. Then I felt that It was time to have
joins detective talent superior to that ot the
village constable set to work on the case.
I was well acquainted with the superintend
ent of the New York police department : In
[ act , I bad had some Influence In getting him
Ills appointment. Therefore , a telegram from
mo , asking that he send us his best man at
once , was promptly honored , and within
thirty-six bours of the finding of my brother's
body John Phillips walked Into tbe library
where I was sitting.
( Continued Wednesday , )
Blinply ClruulnR the Cttn.
A wildly oxclted person rushed Into the
police station late yesterday afterncon and re
ported that n crazy man In a house at Four
teenth and Jones streets was'shoottng tbo In
mates. Two officers were detailed to capture
him , but when they reached the house they
found him quietly cleaning a revolver. He
explained that while he was trying to take
the shell out of the revolver It accidentally
exploded. The hole which the bullet made
was found lu the floor. The man U a for
mer railroad brakeman named Calllhan and
U said to bo Insane , though harmless.
At ( 'niirtlaml Lut Night ,
Mine. Celeste last night undo a very prelty
balloon asccnblon and parachute jump. It was
8:25 : o'clock before the ascension was made ,
but the patrons of Courtland wore well re
paid for tliu ton minutes' delay beyond the
advertised time. The 'chute drop \vas nicely
accomplished , alighting north of Courtland
lake , Just south of Florence lake. Mme.
Cclcsto has been very fortunate , so far , In her
ascensions , which havu been the equal of uny
cvor made ot Courtland.
I'rotert Yuiir < hllilren.
Mothers wou0 ! do well to atomize their
children's throat and nasal passages morning
and evening with Allen's Hygienic Fluid a
positive preventive of all contagious diseases ,
such as diphtheria , scarlet and typhoid fevers ,
smallpox , bronchitis , etc. It hai a plounant ,
aromatic flavor nnd la perfectly harmless.
TIIK HIJAI.TV .H UtliliV.
INSTRUMENTS placoJ on rfcord July 15
V H Inglirain In W A Campbell , n El feet
of lut 5 , Mock II. Wiilriluo I gOO
0 11 Anderson nnd wf | to Frederick
Schultz ct al. lot 2. . block 3 , Diuld Hill. 304
E L Emery nnd wlfji to Herman Klnu-
hnmmcr , ittlxkM feet In no no I-ll-'j. , . . Coo
M K Rnys and wife to IVirtrmoulh Trust
nnd O company , lol J7 , block 11 , II-d-
ford Place M }
B R HinlhiRS | H C Dunn , lot 9. block
10 , BliuU'H 2d add 1 X >
1 S ItiirdlrU et al to E H ( lllkey , lot 10 ,
block 7. Myers , U and T's add 2CM
1' 1 Kiiriunorlh nnd liiisl ind to Thomas
Olllrsple , lot , block 1 , .Missouri Avenue
II O ( IWord lo J M Clifford , p.irl of lax
lat JO. In : i-)5-13 )
QUIT OLAIM DEEDH ,
M r Roys nnd wife to P T Wood , n V nf
Int C. W A Redlrk'u ndd . . . . . .
Lnlllp Bftnsun lo C M Pont'r , lols j l < > * > ,
block (0 ,
Sheriff to Oninh.t Puvlncs bank , lot : ,
tuloel ; 6. r > liull' : d add. . . . ? . . . . . . . I , J
Speulnl inniliT in tiuntcc * nt Flnrrpic
Klndcigarlen , CiixUJ feet In liix lot 3 ,
III J5-)5-jl ) : . . . . . . . 300
Same lo Btnwnell & Co. , w V4 ot no njid '
part of n U of nw I4-1S-13. . . . . . . . Sii
hmirr If. B 11 Wood. liuil t , 17 f-H of
II 09 feet nf lot J. bio. U H. Writ Omaha B5
Ham to urimn , c t' > t > "t nf w O'J f-nt ot
n U ) feet ft lot 2. hlocli K , lamt .
Hama to same , u 41 feet nf w 81 f M of n
124 feet of Int 3. hi < < 24. * .Cm * . Kl
Bamo lo fame , n II fret of w 131 ff > i of s
lit frbl of I'.t ' 3. hloiU 21 , ram.- . . tr
Sumo la Mme , w 4J t < - < t of i : . . f l nf
lot 3 , 1)1 Tl : 21 , ttmt . . , . (31
Buine lo Minn , n 47 fret of lot 1 , bl > rk
2 } , am . . . . > i . O
Total ni5unt ut triuifm . iU.'St
SEVEN MORE STARS SLATED
Police Beard Decides to Retire Present
M ( mbcrs of the Force ,
NAMES NOT VOUCHSAFED THE PUBL'C
Spcclnl .UoctliiB " 111 Ho llflil thU After
noon ( o Decide IVhei Ahull ( Ui Chief
i SitgKrsttun for III-
rrcniliiR thn Service.
hi executive sp Jlon last evening tlic HoarJ
of Fire and I'ollce Commissioners decldc.1 to
dlcharge"ievcii men at present on the police
At 4 o'clock this afternoon a special session
ot the board will determine upon the mon to
bo relegated to the beats of prlvntc citizen ,
A communication from the Hoard ot Park.
Commissioners was road , asking co-operation
of the Fire an 1 Police commission to TXcluda
heavy tralllc from thu Florence boulevard.
The suggestion met with concurrence and
Chief of Police While was Instructed to com
ply with the request.
Lcavo of absence was granted C. 11.
Pringle of Iloso No. 9.
The Union Pacific officials recently maila
a proposition to the board to loan the flro
engine "Uurant" for city service , provided It
was manned by the city and stationed where
the Union Pacific property could be protcctoJ.
The Eubject was discussed last evening and
dellntto action deferred pending a public test
of the engine , to bo made In the presence ot
the board , lire chief nnd Union Pacific offi
cials within the next week.
TALit OF MOKK FUNDS.
The commissioners Informally discussed tha
necessity of more funds to operate the lire
department , and It was decided to make
another formal''request of the city council
without further delay. Commissioner Smith
thought that the addition ot the 2-mlll levy
to the general fund was prompted by public
belief that It would be applied to thu llru
The report of the commltteo to which was
referred the contract of the Nebraska Tele
phone company for the maintenance of uu
Independent telephone and tire alarm serv
ice was favorable , and the report was
adopted. Commissioner Drown Insisted that
It bo distinctly understood that the tele
phone company not bo allowed to cut down
ny trees In the vicinity ot the engine houses
n constructing the line.
The commissioners , sitting as a licenses
> oard , approved the petition , application and
bond of K. L. Cnnan for liquor permit as a
Chief White submitted an Interesting retort -
tort ot the city detectives who Investigated
ho complaint of "County Detective" I'yburu
against Mrs. Minute \Ylrth , accused of vlolat-
ng the liquor ordinance. Tno report of the
city detective assigned to Investigate stated
hat Pyburn practiced peculiar methods In
naklng his Investigation. The report was
ilaced on ( lie and the chief ot pollca will
nvestlgate what authority Pyburn has to
mpersonato an oCiccr on his own responsi
TO INCREASE POLICE PROTECTION.
Chief of Police White submitted the fol-
owlng recommendation , which was favor-
ibly received und referred to the commltteo
on men and discipline :
'Since familiarizing myself with the prac
tical details of the operating of the police do-
> artment I have come to the conclusion that
: ho present force , as now constituted and
equipped , Is inadequate to furnish the desired
police protection to alt portions of the city ,
and especially the outlying residence districts.
After carefuly considering this state of af-
Talrs and viewing tliu situation from all sl3ej
I have determined to present to your hou-
orablo body a plan whereby the efficiency ot
the department may be greatly Increased
without any Increase In the dritfl upon tha
funds provided for'Its maintenance.
I am prepared "to say , after careful In
vestigation , that It will bo possible to re
duce the annual expenses of 'this department
about Jl.SOO by Increasing the amount of
work on the part of the chief of this depart
ment and the subordinate officers. The money
: hus saved I recommend bo expended In locat
ing regulation patrol boxes In the districts
not now covered by patrolmen , Keys lo
these boxes and Instructions as to their use
to bo supplied to all respectable residents who
desire them , lly thU means the patrol wagon
and reserve force will be at all tlmos subject
to call from citizens , and I bellevo that the
service v/Ill bo far more satisfactory than the
present method of depending either upon the
mounted men or upon patrolman attempting
to cover a very largo territory , Moro than
this , tueso boxes will prove a valuable ad
junct to the 11 ro department , as they may
also be used In case of lire. In brief , I know
of no other method by which tbo efficiency ot
the department may bo Increased as effect
ively as In this way , and judging from the
number of inquiries from citizens for moans
at communicating with police headquarter * , I
am satisfied that the plan will meet with
the hearty approval of all citizens. "
t'litn of Child Murilnr ,
A post mortem examination of the body ot
tha dead babe which was found Sunday morn
ing was made yesterday. The body U that
of a boy two or three days old. It was found
lying In the lot at Twenty-fourth and Maple
streets , wrapped In a. newspaper. The ex
amination disclosed the fact that the child
was alive and In a healthy condition when
born. The examining physicians stated that
the death of the child was a clear case of
imiTT-Mnud ICleanor. daughter of Mr.
nnd Mrs. It. ) - . Urltt , aged 0 inonthx.
Funeral Tupodny tit i ! p. m. , nt the Hen-
iltrson , Klghteontli nnd NU-holiiH , Inter-
niont Forest Luwn , Frlendu Invited.
II a.l'fUKIt f'UltHV.lliy\
Inlr , with Southerly Winds Promised for
WASHINGTON , July 13-Tho forecast
for Tuesday Is :
For Nebraska , South Dakota , Kansas and
Cplorado Fair ; faouthcrly winds.
For Missouri Continued fair nnd warm ;
For Iowa Fair ; warmer ; southerly winds.
I.OIM ! Kmrd. .
OFFICE OF TIIK W'JATIIHIJ I1IJIU5AU.
OMAHA , July ! ! > . Ornnhu record of tern-
peruturo and rainfall , ciatnp.irtHl with tliu
corresponding day of the past fo ir yearn :
Maximum temporatiiro . . . W K. . ' tie Si
Minimum tnmpuraturo . . . 01 C9 70 VU
Averauu temperature W W RO 7S
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