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UDRI WAIVES PRELIMINARY fight on cussof scalping
I WHt rinir Aeaaelatlaa tJtaria
a j v..i. t i i n I Oraeada fa Moekxaea's
JUl aVUige-a alls mpnseumes, vrves i
to District Court.
FOUR OF TEN COMPLAINANTS FAll OUT
Tteasatnln; 81s Promise ta Mirny Hers
(or the Proeeoatloa, 'WfcJoa
Will Coma at 0tebe
Teraa af Co art.
President Horace O. Burt of ths Union
Paclflo trPrvd In Judge Berk a' e police
court yesterday with his attorney, John
N. Baldwin, general counsel of the oom
jianr; Edeon Rich and Charles 1 Dundey,
waived examination In the caie sgalnat
him (or alleged false Imprisonment of men
Imported by the railroad from Indtanapolle
to work In the local shops, gave bond for
11,800 and allowed his caie to go over to
the district court. Tnls procedure wae de
cided upon yesterday and published In The
As only six out of the ten men who filed
the charges agalnat President Burt were in
court yesterday morning the other four com
plaints were annulled and he charges dis
missed. This reduced the aggregate amount
Of bond. The men who appeared against
Mr. Burt were: Ila Farrell, Malcolm
IWorthlngton. Ed Smith. W. T. Shipley.
James Sargent, Lewis Lord, and those who
(ailed to appear were Lewis Qlllland, Oscar
J)ewltt. W. F. Kldd and Millar Burns.
County Attorney Shields appeared for the
State. The attorneys for President Burt
submitted an urgent request that the com
plaining witnesses be placed under bond,
ut this was resisted by the oounty attorney,
Who held that it would be an Imposition to
compel these men, strangers, who claimed
to have been lured away from their homes
by false pretenses and then suffered forci
ble and unjust Imprisonment at the hands
tf the Union PacinC to give bond or, in de
fault thereof, go to jail, which would be the
'logical sequence, and remain there until
Ootober, the earliest date of trial of these
, Rich and Dvadey laslet.
"But these men have placed themselves
In this nosltlon." Insisted Mr. Rich ana Mr.
Dundey for the defense, "and they should
t nnmneiled to nut ud a small bond, at
least. The charge they prefer Is a serious
"I will not submit to any such proceed
ings and I don't believe the court will order
It of his own volition," replied County At
"No, I can't order It unless the motion
Is made by the county attorney," Inter
'posed Judge Berks.
The parties to the prosecution Interpret
the action of the defense in waiving pre
liminary examination as a means of defeat
ing the suit, on the supposition that the
I complaining witnesses will lose Interest in
the case or be forced for financial reasons to
return to their homes before tlmo to try
the case In the district court, but they
, contend that this plan will not work out.
The six men who appeared yesterday and
their counsellors in iue matter express a
determination to carry this case through,
The men have secured work and expect to
remain until the case Is finished.
W. W. Arnett, the Union Pactflo employ
i xaent agent who Is said to have hired these
; men and who la charged jointly in tha com
plaints with President Burt, arrived In the
; city yesterday with a squad of Imported men
from Buffalo, N. T., and in the after
Boon gave himself up at the police station
when he learned that the officers were look
lng for him with a warrant. Judge Berka
admitted him to $1,000 bond and ordered
aim to appear In police court Thursday
! morning at 10 o'clock. Arnett's departure
(from tha city last week prevented blm be
j lng served with the warrant for his arrest
Issued at the same time tha Burt warrants
;)LER WILL GET HIS SALARY
atayo- Moo res Says Ba Appelated
Fotatr Police Captala Side
Inquiry Into the appointment of IX W.
Her, whoee salary allowance for work
sidewalk Inspector was stricken from the
pay roll ordinance at the meeting of the city
council Tuesday eyenlng, ahows that there
was nothing Irregular about the manner' In
.which ha waa employed. Mayor Moores ex
plained yesterday another sidewalk inspaotor
waa needed ait once and that ha appointed
Oar. Thla appointment waa subject to the
approval of the city engineer, building In.
, gpector and comptroller. The Ky engineer
1 waa absent when the appointment waa made
' and therefore when called upon to explain
to : the council knew nothing of the appoint
ment. ..'Captain Her will get his money.
i said tha mayor, "but ha will have to wait
until tha next pay roll la passed to get It."
The Western Passenger association has
Started out on another crusade against
scalping, this time directing Its action to
ward the tratflo la stockmen's passes. .The
official avow their determination to correct
abuses In this line which Xhey contend have
reached such a limit as to seriously menace
The center of this annoying Industry Is
In Chicago, where scalper have pitched
their tents near the stock yards and catch
the holders of tha passes as soon as they
land from the west. The practice has been
for a long time for railroads to issue a
certain number of passes to a stockman
making a large shipment. These were to
go to men employed by the stockman to
care for tbelr stock while on the road, work
which could not well be done by trainmen.
It la likewise an old custom for stockmen
to hand these passes over to men looking
for a chance to get east and who are will
ing to care for tha atock aa payment for I
their transportation. The passes are al
ways, or nearly alwaya. Issued for. round
trips. Thla give rise to the potentiality
of the ticket brokerage business In this class
of "goods." The holder of thla ticket
reaches hia eastern destination and has no
further use for hla transportation, conse
quently It goes at a vers low figure.
It la not a foregone conclusion that the
Western Passenger association will succeed
In abolishing this traffic, or the condition
which make It possible, lor previous efforts
along the same Una have been made with
out avail, but It la upderstood that a very
determined fight will be made against the
stockmen's ticket business.
Paul Morton's Statement.
Paul Morton, vloe president of tha Santa
Fe, says of the report that the Pennsylvania
has bought the Santa Fe: "I cannot say
that tha report is true nor can I say that It
Is not trus. The Atchison Is always for
sale. The uniting of these two systems has
been talked of for a long time, aven before I
Mr. Gould begun to make Inroads Into the
Pennsylvania territory In the east. It Is
possible that this Is a retaliatory move, If
it Is true. The Gould lines In the west and
southwest have received a considerable
amount of business from the Pennsylvania
and It would be surprising if they were mak
ing some other arrangements for business
beyond the Mississippi. If our road la to be
acquired by another road I would not ask
for any better than tha Pennsylvania."
Prof. Taylor ta Onaaa. -
Prof. F. W. Taylor, who ha charge of I
the horticultural and agricultural bandings
for the St. Louis world's fair, was a visitor
at Burlington headquarters yesterday.
Prof. Taylor had charge of similar interests
for the Transmlsslsstppl exposition In
Omaha. Re says his buildings at St. Louis
have been delayed awing to soma legal con
troversy over the sites, but that other I
structures are being erected wHh great
faolllty and everything In connsetlon, with
the Louisiana Purchase exposition la being
successfully prosecuted. Prof. Taylor was
enrout to Denver.
Trainmen Pay ta Rid.
Tha Union Paclflo has ceased Issuing
passes to trainmen traveling along Its cen
tral branch, and hence the Santa Fe, Rook
Island and Missouri Pacific are carrying
about all the tourist trainmen who have
occasion to pass through Kansas west.
This action on the part of tha Union Pa
ctflo is said to ba due to trouble which
arose over tha discharge of a conductor for
carrying trainmen without tickets and his
subsequent reinstatement at tha demand of
Chans; la Barllna-tott Time.
Tha Burlington has changed Its tlms
schedule so as to make the. departing of Its
St Louis and Kansas City express from
Dsnver J:80 Instead of p. ta., as hereto
fore. This change becomes effective on
Wednesday, September' 10. This train, of
course, does not pas through Omaha.
REAL ESTATE MEN'S MEETING
Association' Convention May Be
Landed by Local
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'" At the meeting of the Real Estate ex
change yesterday the question of the eonven
tlon of the Nebraska Real Estate Dealers'
association waa considered. On motion
, of F. D. Wead a committee, of which W. H.
Green, ta chairman, was appointed to re.
, port at the next meeting upon the prospect
i of holding that convention In Omaha In De-'
Twenty member of the Itate associa
tion were secured by the special commit.
' tee having tha work in charge and the com-
' mittee'la now making a canvas of the city
- to prepare a real estate dealers' directory
4 Vow the association year book.
V A Hick Man Starvlnc.
One of the richest men in tb world Is
Starving to death. Tb worry and anxiety
necessary to look after hla immense
fortune has destroyed his dlgsatlon and
the stomach cannot, therefore, properly
aaalmllate nourishment. If your stomach
Is In a like condition you cannot take
a better medicine than Hostetter's Stom
ach Bitters, because for titty years It has
been making weak stomachs strong and
curing indigestion, dyspepsia, headache.
constipation and biliousness. Be sure to
try It, Avoid substitutes.
OPENS SATURDAY, SEPT. 6.
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You can open a bank account ' with a dollar and pet a
home safe free. 4 per cent interest paid on deposits. You
can draw your money at any time without notice. '
J. L. BRANDEIS & SONS.
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$1.00 Finished Pillows at 19c Each
Tomorrow we are going to sell all those finished pillows that have been dis
played for the past week in our window. Thousand of people have marveled,
bow can they sell them for 19c T They are finished
pillows, complete and ready for use. except the cush
ion. They are In Battenberg effect, Crococco effect.
lithograph pillows, silk stitched pillows with cord
and tassel, none worth lees than 60c, and most of
them worth tl.00, go, aa long as they last, at 19o
each on our second floor In the Art Needle Work
$1.25 BELTS at 25c
Grand sale of belts in the latest styles and color combinations
belts In black and white, gold and oxidised buckles
new cross stitched belts In girdle and shaped effects,
French gray and oxidised buckles new boned girdles
tucked belts white velvet belts with burnt rose
pattern, etc. worth up to $1.25, at ,
NEW FALL STREET HATS
Thousands of pretty Mohair and Shaggy 'Felt Hats In all the very newest flat
sailor, sheperdee and turban effect at
95c, $1.39, $1,95 and $2.45
$4 Ladies' Trimmed Hats it $2.45
1,600 hat In fine quality velvets
black, new green, new blue, cardinal,
garnet, etc. handsomely .trimmed
75c Black Fancy Feather at 10c
100 cartons, fin black fancy wings.
Imported to sell at 75o
with birds, breasts A . on sale today -4
and ornament real $4 C !j per pair 1 1 JC
values, at " at xv-r W
$2.50 GOLF SKIRTS AT $1.25
Good heavy golf skirts separate flounces and stitched
regular $2.50 values, at
S5.O0 GOLF SKIRTS AT $2.98
7 different styles strapped, corded and atltched flounces heavy
melton, in oxford, gray, brown and blue, at
$.00 Silk Sklrti at 5.98
One lot fine taffeta skirts overtackad
tape wide sweep regularg t Qt
$9.00 value, at -..f "0
$15.00 Walklnf Suits at SMS
Fine display of aample high grade
walking suits Norfolk, eton and
blouse jackets worth I
$12.60 to $15.00, at
For the past month we have been telling you of a very Important purchase
that we made of floor oil cloth and linoleum. These goods have' now arrived
and will be placed on sale next Monday morning. There Is every grade of
oil cloth and llneolum, from the cheapest to the best, and will be sold at one
fourth the regular price. WAIT FOR THE SALE MONDAY.
FIRST SHOWING '
of Women's New
OUR new models for fall are now ready.
For real style, tone and exclusive
beauty these new fall suits are clearly in
advanco of anything that will ho
shown. They represent ?4Tho Ne
braska" standard of merit, fabrics, cut
and tailoring, blended into a creation
that would do credit to the world's great
est style artists. And without lessening
their excellence one iota the manufactur
ers mado them for iis at a price that ad-
mits of our offering them to you at lo wer
prices than are asked for many inferior,
haphazard productions. Our assortment of walking and dress
skirts is a most magnificent collection, 11 the latest effects are
represented. You will be more than pleased to make your selec
tions at "The Nebraska." We assure you that a choicer line
will not be offered.
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PLAN OF .CARNIVAL GROUNDS
Hew Arraasreaaeat Plaeea ho Bud at
Daasjlas anal Tweatleta
The contract for the construction of the
booths and fences at the Ak-Bar-Bea carni
val grounda wan let yesterday to . Laee
McQreer. Under the terms of the eon-
tract union labor exclusively Is to be used
In the work, which la to be completed In
ample time for tha opening of the grounda
There haa been a change In the arrange
ment of the grounds -since the plat was
published a week ago. - The main entranoe
haa been brought back to Its old place at
Seventeenth and Douglas streets. ' Tb.
band will be atatloned at Twentieth ' and
Douglas streets, Douglas street from Nine
teenth to Twentieth being fenced In along
the sldewalka. The bandstand, which will
be constructed with special reference to
acoustlo effects, will be built on Twentieth
street. In front of this staqd there will
be arranged 1,000 chairs. v '
The Midway will occupy tha space north
of Douglas street between Eighteenth and
Nineteenth, and entrance to these grounds
will be at Eighteenth and ' Nineteenth
streets. Before each entrance to the Mid
way will be elands for ' free attractions.
The open apace aouth of Douglas street and
one-half block east of Eighteenth street has
been set aside for concessions of other than
Midway character. The industrial booths
of local mercbanta and manufacturers will
extend from the north side of the main en
tranoe on Douglaa atreet, occupying . both
sides of Eighteenth street north of Douglaa
to the main entrance of the Midway and both
sides of Douglaa street from Eighteenth
street to Nineteenth.. , They will also be
found on both sides of Nineteenth atreet
south of jPouglaa street and on the west
aide of Eighteenth street, south of Douglas
street. - . '
Will Mali. Veel oaa.r.
Electric Bitters are a marvelous tonle.
and work .'wonders tor a weak, run-down
system. Try them. Only 60c. ' '
The following births and deaths were re
ported at the oflU-e of the board of Health
fir the twenty-four boure ending- at noon
Birth. Pa trlrk H Unnnirhin W M.rtk
Klneteenth atreet, boy; K.rel Bvexhor. liU
Bouth Twelfth street, girl.
Deaths ira Sara T. Jenkins, Bt. Joseph's
no.puai. aasea years; trunk U. Bhuldojt,
ri. tfwanpn nuapuai, agea w years,
la-hat They Deataa4.
Headaches, liver complaints, bowel dis
orders demand Dr. Klng'a Nsw Life Pills.
They are gentle, but cure or no pay. 16c.
., O. A.
J. Natloaal Kacaaapateat
Wasalasrtaa la October.
Full Information regarding " low fares
through trains, stop-over privileges, cost
ef side trloe and other cartlculara r...rd
lng the thirty-sixth National Encampment
u. A. n. at YvesniDgioo may oe iearn.4 by
addreaslna H. R. Derina. A. O. P. Art
Pennsylvania lines, 48 South Clark atreet.
Chicago. He will also furnish Information
about apeclal rats tickets to Indiana and
READY FOR THE CONSTRUCTION
Wark aa WmI Wlas of Federal
Balldlcar Retrse4e, Says
Superintendent of Construction Murdook
of the pcatofflce building has returned from
a vacation In the west He says that the
work on the new west side hss now prog
ressed back to the beginning, so that every-
: thing Is ready to begin with the actual con
struction. Thus tar progress on this Job
haa been negative, aa all the iron work and
tha foundation work required replacing be-
1 fore the four-story structure now planned
could be begun. It was at first Intended
to have but one atory and the preliminary
maaonry and Iron work tor such a piece of
"j-chlt.cture had been completed when the
itoe additional stories were secured. That
meant that everything must come cut, as
heavier foundations and iron work were re
quired.'', " "
As a dinner wine Cook's. Imperial Extra
Dry Champagne la unexcelled. It la pure.
delicious and wholesome.
A big lot of Colorado peaches, pears and
pluais cheap. Thursday and Friday at Buf-
tett A Suae, Fourteenth and Harney.
HEAVY RUN OF BURGLARIES i
Profaiffional House Breaker! and Other
ThiT BBsw UbxiiubJ lotirity.
NEW POLICE BOARD MAY BE RESPONSIBLE J
Report that Oaaaha Pollee Departsieat
Is TJaderarelns; Geaerat Ckais Ia-
elaoea Profeaatoaal Crooks
to Come Thla War.
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A greater amount of house breaking has
been done during the last week, evidently
by professional burglars, than has been done
In the same length of time during the last
four years, and the police have been unable
to secure the slightest clue as tor the Iden
tity of the criminals. Chief of Police Don
ahue bel levee the work la being dons by
professionals and Is the result of the change
of the police board.
"The Impression Is out over tha country,"
said ths chief, "that when ths Board of Fire
and Police Commissioners changed it meant
that the entire police department would be
changed. I am of the opinion that profea
alonal thieves and house breakers, believ
ing that they would have to deal with new
officers, have flocked to Omaha, ' thinking
their work would be easy. For some
months there haa been a great amount of
burglaries pulled oft In nearly every city In
tile' country and I am not much surprised
that the work haa begun here."
The burglar reports have been constantly
on the Increase slnoe the new board entered
upon Its duties and Tuesday night was the
moat prollflo of all. .
Flad Jewelry ta Plenty. -At
the residence of Mrs. Anna J. Hustls,
1821 Blnnoy street, the burglars secured the
moat booty. Hero entrance was gained by
retains a window to the parlor. Ths house
was ranaacnea ana tu in nu un i
worth of lewelry stolen. It Included a gold
watch, three diamond rings, a pair of dia
mond earrings, a pearl sunburst and a silver
Joseph Adams, 180S Locust street, heard
a nolae in ma nearoom ana saw a mu
searching hla clothing. He jumped from hla
bed and the burglar ran. Adams then
secured a revolver and took two shots at tha
man aa he disappeared through a window In
the rear of the bouse.
At the residence of w. H. Gould, two
doors west of Adams' house, entrance waa
gained through a rear window and 12.(0 and
a pair of gold baby plna taken. Nothing
elae waa disturbed.
Evidently members of ths gang operating
in thla neighborhood went to the residence
of J. B. Wilkinson, -W tcust street, en
tered. but secured no booty. An attempt
was made to enter the home of Mrs. A. C.
Powell, a block west of the residence of Mr.
Wilkinson, but here the robbers were un
successful. Yesterday Mrs. Powell dis
covered that the screen over a rear window
had been torn almost on. several onner
residences In this vicinity were visited, but
entrance waa not gained to any of them.
Held rp on Street.
Harry Stearn, a conductor In tha employ
of the atreet railway company, was the only
man reported ' tf have ' been held SP Mr,
Steam was going to his home, 135 South
Seventeenth atreet. at a late hour, and
when within a short distance of his rest
denes waa met by a tall man who wore a
mask over his face. The man commanded
Steers to hold up hla hands, at the aame
time displaying a rsvolver. Instead o(
complying with the demand Steam baited
and ran for hla door. The burglar did not
follow him. Steam did not get a descrip
tion of the man. - i
Several minor thefts were also reported
yesterday. Mrs. Oldman, Jul 7 Leaven
worth atreet, left a feather mattress and
coupls of pillows on a line In her yard, and
In the morning they were gone, and Mrs.
Oldman does not believe they flew away.
J. P. Rutherford, while at work at till
Leavenworth street, left his vest, ta ths
pocket of which was a sliver watch, hanging
near me nuiiaina. wnen n nut it m in
the afternoon the watch waa gone. George
L. Kerns and U. c. Cadwallender rented a
couple of bicycles from the Nebraska Cycle
comnanr. rode to' tha mndlrlna ahnw
Seventeenth and Vinton streets and other
-II M. ...
(wum roue iue woe.eis away..
Will Be Held la East Balldlnsj Thurs
day sad Friday Fore
Jn "Srenarattoa fnr tha nnenlnr n tha oftv
cnoois on Monaajr next, examinations for
amission 10 tne mgn school will bs held
m room 101 or tn Hlffn i.hnnl hnlM.
lng Thursday and Friday, beginning at 9
a. m. All of thnHA minlla hn riAatfA t
enter the school and do not hold cards of
promotion from eighth B classes of the
City Schools or from nthef kf-hnnli nt ac
cepted standing, are required to take these
Such minlla aa AmIt. In nt tha l?ih
school and have not heretofore registered
ior admission are requested by the princi
pal to do so before Saturday noon, but those
who have filled out blanka requesting
studies ror the nrst term and those from
elKhth B claaaea who sent In rarda foe aa.
lection of course, are retarded aa havlna-
registered. The puplla who do not regis
ter this week will probably be unabls to
smer cissaea ror several days.
Faint Heart Never Won Fair Ladf
and If vou don't Insist uoon being served
with Meta beer you'll not get the satisfac
tion that only Mets beer can give.
Brewed lor particular people we main
tain it at the highest standard of perfec-
the most critical, and you'll find it a tonic
as well as an invleorant every ume you
quaff Its roaming aeuciousness.
Aletz Bros. Brewing Co.,
Telephoaa 11B, Osnaka.
Or Jarnh Neumaver. Aci.. care Neumayer
Hotel, Couhcll Bluffs, la.
high schoolxexaminations all OF A KIND
because they are lowest TE8 liOWESTS
regardless of other people's claims; show
us a list or prices lower.
25o White Rock Lithla Water
2T.C Carter's Little Liver Pills
126c Mermen's Talcum Powder
25c Cutlcura Soud
Remember we reserve tne ngnt to limit
the number to a customer.
11.60 Imperal Hair Regenerator n.zo
(3.50 Marvel Whirling Spray Syringe... $2. 25
11.00 Sexlne Pills
jl.00 TEMPTATION TONIC
25c Laxative Bromo Quinine
26c QUINACETOL (guaranteed
10c Klnsr Flv Killer
50c Pozzonl Face Powder
11.00 Iter's Malt Whiskey
&c Castoiia (genuine)
50o Syrup of Figs (genuine)
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
16th and Chicago Sts., Omaha, Heb.
VETERANS TO TRAVEL ALONE
If o Partlee Betas; Formed Here to Go
. to Encampments of Grand
From aDDearanc.a thnra will ha ha nm-
blned effort In nmihi 4a aan4 anantnl rf.p.
tO Cither tha atala mmlnn nf k. n A
Army of the Republio at Hastings or the
uawuuaj reunion, wnicn taxes place at
Washington. The former meets next week.
and While a mimh,. Af memhara r,Am
city will attend, 4hey will go alone or In
luiurmai parxiec. a large number will
probably go to Washington, but as they de-
vaui oioer places Deiore tney re
turn, they will go separately. The matter
naa been discussed informally at recent
meetlnra Of tha nrlnin nn. mrA .hi.
uura uaa oeen practically aeciaea upon.
CITY ATTORNEY KEEPS BUSY
t-reparlnsr far Trial of Important
alts Against City la Dis
trict Co art.
City Attorney Connell has In preparation
for the coming term of the dlatrlct court
briefs In eight suits sgalnst the city. Prom
inent among the cases ars the damage suit
of Thomaa Murray, who seeks to recover
115,000 for the tearing down of certain build
ing.; the action of the St. Paul Plow com
pany In resistance of personal property
taxes; the claim of J. A. Fltipatrlck for
plumbing work In the Jail and the man
damus suit of former Judge Gordon to com
pel the mayor to aign warrants tor salary
amounting to fl.tOO, which he alleges to be
due him for a portion of the year INI.
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Exceptionally Low Rates for Septem.
her and October.
Every day during the months of Septem
ber and October, 1802, the Union Pacific
will sell one-way settlers' tickets at the
From Mlsaourl River
$2000. Ogden and Salt Lake.
120.00. Butte and Helena.
$21 60, Spokane.
' 125.00, Portland end Aehlanl San Fran
cisco, Los Angeles and San Diego.' City
ticket office, 1124 Farnam 8t. 'Phone 311
FORGOT. WHERE HE CAME FROM
Iowa Draarrlst Imbibes Too Fyeely
aad Imagine.. Him. elf from
H. H. Woolman of Tabor, la., experi
enced g lapse . of memory Tuesday night,
brought about by an overindulgence In the
cup that cheers, that for some hours eauaed
the police considerable trouble In getting
film properly booked. Woolman waa ar
rested for being drunk and at the station
Insisted that hs waa from Chicago.- He
said that he bad been drinking there and did
not know how he came to be In Omaha.
The first Intimation he had, be aald, that he
waa not In Chicago waa when he waked
and found that he was on a train. As ha
was well dressed and appeared to be a man
of means, the police thought that hs had
been drugged and robbed. By yesterday
morning Woolman had sufficiently recovered
from his spree to know that he came from
Tabor, la., where he owha a drug store, and
that he started out .Tuesday night to see ths
town. He was discharged In police court.
WILL PUSH THE TICKET SALE
City Officials Take Aetloa to Get Big
Crowd for Ball
At a Joint meeting of the committees on
bass ball of the city council and Board of
Education yesterday It was . decided to
offer the following gifts to stimulate the
sale of tickets: To the newsboy or mes
senger boy selling the largest number of
tickets, s suit of clothes; to the High school
boy, a csdet uniform; to the High school
girl, a gymnasium suit; to the teacher, a
silk sunshade; to the school selling the
most tickets, a' line picture,' and to the In
dividual selling the r ost tickets, an ele
gant carving set, coating $12. It waa alao
decided to place tickets for sale In all ths
downtown stores sod to allow a commission
of 20 per cent for selling them. Any person
desiring to sell tickets on 20 per cent com
mission can, obtain tlcketa of City Clerk
Elbourn or of the secretary of the Board cf
Exceedingly low rate, Omana to Hot
Springs, South Dakota. August M to Sep
tember 10, 1902. 14 M, Omaha to Hot
Springs and return vis Northwestern line.
Ttoket office 1401 Farnam street.
It you eat without appetite you need
Prickly Ash .Bitters. it . promptly re
moves Imourltlea that cloa and lmnala
the action of the digestive orgsns, creates
! good appetite and digestion, strength of
eoay sua nvwvux oi uraia.
Publish your lsgal notices la Ths Weekly
Bee. Telephone lu.
T STATE FM
On September 3 and 4 epecial trains will
lenvp Rnrlinfrtohn Station. Omaha, 8 a. m.. ar
riving State Fair grounds, Lincoln, 9:40 a. m.
Returning leave Lincoln 7 p. m.
Regular trains leave Burlington Station
every ay at 8:40 a. m., 3:10 p. m., 455 p. m.
and 11:10 p. m.
11.65 Lincoln and back, September 1 to It
Ticket Office, Burlington Station,
1502 Farnam St. lOlti and Mason
Telephone 250- Telephone 128-
Pencils end Files In Sterling Sliver, polished end French
grey finish. Tbese are novelties. Spend a few minutes
at our stors.
LOOK FOR THE NAME.
S. W. LINDSAY, The Jeweler,
K OMAHA ' One of the beet equipped ef the Keeaey syetwm ef toetltatso, tall
fr-I pv only Keeiey Institute la Nebraska. Cares Diniilaanaaa, Cores
a- Drug Users. Booklet frsa. Addreas ail jaUsaa ta taa a, saa.
INSTITUTE Homo Treatment for Tobaooo Kftbtt. cct $9
. Hen give the exclusive Men's Sbce
Store a trial.
lion "ONIMOD" Shoe are worn
In Omaha than any other brand.
' Men who formerly wore $5.00 shoes
are now wearing the
$3.51) and $2 50 Shoes
nrjua aa' Jay''
205 South 15th St.
i iaw. i "" uitipisininii m
BEFORE SEPT. 8TH.
New shoes must bs bought for ths
llttls and big school girls. When
buying a misses shoe why not buy
the best you can get for the money T
We would like to have you notice
the stock in our misses' shoes, and
compare It with others.
Ours srs plump uppers of bog calf
or vicl kid, with a genuine welt sols
with extension edge, a comfortable
ehoe for any kind of weather.
Glies I to I for tl.SO.
Sixes 8U to 11 for I1.7K.
Sixes I1H to for $J.z5.
6lxes 2Vh to 6 for 11. OA
These are genuine welt soles with
no nails to hurt ths foot
Droxol Shoo Co.,
Oaaaha's V-te-dste Iks. Baaaa.
i4i riRK.il itriit.
WHEN YOU BUY A
You are not pay-Ins for ClI HOMOS, hCUEMLs, KEE DEALS, BTC, but
r. B. JUCH RBaCANTlLK C10VAA CO. KansV. l Louis, .lima UmaZ
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