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THE OMAHA PA1J.T B 'E: WEDNESDAY, OCTOHKK 1, 1002.
PUBLIC WORK BY DAY LABOR
Count Commifiiouer O'Ktsff Insists that
it ii Watt fol.
TRIES TO INTRODUCE CONTRACT SYSTEM
Hesolatlnn to Let (nltfrt Work Oat
by Contract Pall to Iffir
Voir of Other Commla
..he question of whether It Ii more eco
nomical to have construction snd Improve
ment work for the county done by con
tract or by day labor under direct super
vision of the county officers was presented
before the commissioner at their meeting
of yesterday In a rather forceful manner by
Commissioner O'Keeffe and provoked con
The subject was called forth by a report
from the county surveyor as to the con
dition of brick culverts throughout the
county and the repairs and new work that
In bis opinion are neceesary.
When this report had been read Com
missioner O'Keeffe Introduced a resolution
providing that in future all work of the
class recommended in the report be done
by contract, and In support of the resolu
tion he said that the county bad under Its
custom of having work done by day labor
been paying very much more than the work
was worth and more than It would coat to
have it done by contract. He cited one job
of filling which be said had cost the county
417 per yard, when as a matter of fact 50
cents per yard would have been a liberal
figure and any contractor would have taken
It at that. He declared it bad taken six
men a whole week to All in 100 yards of
broken rock. The question was discussed
pro and m at some length and finally the
resolution was put to a vote and was lost.
Connolly Enters a. Protest.
Considerable controversy was aroused
among the members by a protest on the
part of Commissioner Connolly against the
action of some of the other members in
authorizing John Hoy to substitute two
ring brick work for thirty-inch pipe in the
construction of a short sewer north of the
Military road. It was explained to Mr.
Connolly that Mr. Hoy had been unable to
aeeure pipe of suitable quality and had so
reported to those of the members of the
board whom he could Dnd. There had been
no meeting of the board since that time,
but the members to whom the question bad
been submitted authorized Mr. Hoy to make
the change in material. Mr. Connolly did
sot so much object to the change in the
terms of tho contract as the manner in
which It was made, and declared that it was
a violation of the nilae and customs of the
board for individual members to change a
contract without action of the board. When
a resolution was presented authorizing the
change In the requirements of the contract
Mr. Connolly voted in favor of it, as did
the other members.
Bids were opened for the construction of
a seventy-five foot culvert sewer near Ben
nington and it was found that in the alx
bids there was a range in price from $13.13
per lineal foot to $29.65 per lineal foot.
Ths contract was awarded to Robert
Houghton, whose bid was 113.13.
Bids from C. B. Havens A Co. and the
Nebraska Fuel company to furnish soft
coal for use at the county charitable Institu
tions were opened and referred to the com
mittees on poor farm and charity for tabu
lation and report.
Coal for County Buildings.
A resolution by Commissioner Ostrom In
structing the clerk to advertise for bids to
furnish anthracite coal for the court house
nd jail was withdrawn in favor of a reso
lution by Mr. Hart, instructing the clerk
to notify the Omaha Coal and Coke com
pany, with whom the county has a contract
till In force, to All up ail the coal bins at
the court house and jail. This resolution
wma adopted. In that connection Mr. Hart
explained that the contract with the Omaha
'Coal and Coke company called for the de
livery of coal upon order of the clerk at
the price of 19.15 per ton at any time within
year from the date of the contract. The
agent of the company, he said, had been
before the commissioners not long ago to
'urge them to let the company All up the
blna and the order had been given, but the
coal had never been delivered. He thought
he could aee the reason for this in the fact
that anthracite coal had gone up to 115 a
ton and he thought the commissioners
hould compel the Omaha Coal and Coke
ompany to carry out lta agreement.
The pay rolls, amounting to 16,077.01,
Were approved and appropriation sheets
were passed covering the bills for current
MAY LOSE THE BULL BUFFALO
Park Commissioners Mast Pareaaae
the Animal a Part
While rejoicing In the addition of three
buffalo cows to its collection of animals at
Rlvervlew psrk the Board of Park Commis
sioners la called upon to contemplate the
possible lose of the bull buffalo which has
been In this city for the past five years, al
though the property of Colonel William F.
Cody, "Buffalo Bill." This animal has been
loaned to the board for all these years and
has come to be regarded as a fixture at
Riverside park, but yesterday the park com
missioners received a call from I. E.
Decker, who is an agent of Colonel Cody
and who presented a proposition to the
board for the sale of the bull, with the
alternative of having him taken away from
this city. To purchase the buffalo would
cost the commissioners $500, which la more
than they consider they can afford to pay.
Ends Headache's Ttirtsr.
Lazy livers and slugprltth bowels cause
headaches. Dr. King's New Life Pills re
move the cause or no pay. Only 25c. For
ale by Kuhn Co.
Latest styles fobs. Edbolm, jeweler.
The Knights of Ak-Sar-Ben have been
Imposed upon ao much in prevloua ' years
by the transfer of tickets to the ball that
we have decided this year to take precau
tions this year to prevent any one aecurlng
admission on a ticket Issued to another
person. We are keeping a complete record
of all the tickets issued, and on the even
ing of the ball will have this list in the
hands of the doorkeeper, who will be in
structed to check off the name of each per
son who presents a ticket, to make sure
that It is in the hand of the original
If there is any question the matter will
be referred at once to members of the com
mittee in charge, who will be at the door
and who will verify the Identity of the
ticket bolder. We hope that this will put
an end to the unauthorised transfer of
tickets and make sure that no one obtains
entrance to the floor who has not been of
H. J. PBNFOLD, Treasurer.
Chlcaa-o to Boston and Retnrn flU.OO.
Via Erie Railroad.
Tickets on sale Oct. 7 to 11, Inclusive,
good to return on or before Oct. 13. By
deposit and payment of SO cents, extension
of limit to Nov. 12 may be obtained.
Through sleeper. For time tables and de
tail Information apply to Mr. H. L. Purdy,
traveling passenger agent Erie railroad,
Chicago, 111. .
3.00 to Washington, D. O.
Is the price of a lower berth In our through
tourist car from Omaha to Washington, D.
C, leaving Omaha at 7:60 p. m. Thursday,
October 2, reaching Washington at 3:27 p.
m. Saturday, October 4.
The route of this car Is via Chicago,
"Big 4" to Cincinnati, and the historic
Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. through the battle
fields of Virginia to Washington, D. C.
Round trip tickets on sale October 2 to
5 Inclusive, at rate of $28.05 at Illinois Cen
tral city ticket office, 1402 Farnam street,
All freight houses In city of Omaha will
be closed to all business at 12 o'clock noon
on Wednesday, October 1. account Ak-Sar-Ben
H. 8. JAYNES. Agt. Northwestern Line.
J. J. SHERLOCK, Agt. Union Pacific.
A. C. JONES. Mgr. Car Service Assn.
E. R. WOODS, Agt. W. Ry. W. Assn.
H. M. MURRAY. Agt. B. M. Ry.
M. LOFTUS, Agt. Mo. Pac.
J. W. DIETRICK, Agt. Illinois Central.
O. A. COOKB. Agt. Wabash.
WW RATES BAST
Via Mllwaakee Ry.
On October 1, S, 4 and 5 the Milwaukee
railway will sell round trip tickets to Wash
ington, D. C, for $28.05; also on same dates
half rates (or round trip to points in Michi
gan, Indiana, Ohio and western Pennsyl
vania and very low ratea to New York City
and Boston. On October 1 and 2 Chicago
and return, $14.75. City office, 1504 Farnam
street. F. A NASH,
General Western Agent.
Publish your legal notices in The Weekly
Bee. Telephone 238.
Pure 18k wedding rings. Edholm.
BIG AND LITTLE THIEVES
People "Who Help Themselves Keep
Bnay Daring? the Carnival
The residence of B. J. Jobst, 369 North
Thirty-eighth street, was entered Monday
and a gold watch, a gold bracelet, a neck
lace and a gold breastpin were taken from
Prof. A. M. Pipes, who operates an as
tronomical telescope at the corner of Fif
teenth atreet and Capitol avenue, left hie
machine out Monday night and someone
atole a brass thimble 15x12 Incbee In di
mensions . and a large brsss crank.
Entrance was gained to the basement of
11 South Thirteenth street and $6 worth
of carpenter tools were stolen.
Some clothing was stolen from a shanty
In the Union Pacific yards. The clothes
were the property of C. W. Hudnall.
Ernest Johnson of Iowa went out to spend
little time on the streets and his watch
Was stolen from hia pocket.
Announcements at the Theaters.
On account of the parade this afternoon
the regular Wednesday matinee at the
Orpheum has been postponed until tomor
row afternoon. On tomorrow evening the
curtain will not ring up until after the
electrical parade has passed the theater,
thus giving visitors to the city, as well as
the local patrons, an opportunity of wit
nessing the Orpheum's big Ak-Sar-Ben
week piogram of high-class vaudeville and
the floats on a single evening. Tickets for
the entire week are on aale at the box
At the Boyd next Sunday matinee and
night, Joseph Arthur's pastoral melodrama,
"Lost River," will be the attraction. An
exceptionally clever company, sensational
situations, elaborate mechanical effects
and scenery and a strong comedy Interest
are said to be the distinguishing features
of the play.
Tuesday and Wednesday: Watlnee Wednes
day, Mr. Walker Whiteside, the young
tragedian, will appear In a repertoire con
sisting of "Hamlet," "Merchant of Ven
ice." and "Richard HI."
On Friday and Saturday with a matinee.
Saturday the new musical extravaganza.
"The Wizard of Os," will be the attraction.
It la aald to be a magnificent pageant of
pictorial art, feminine beauty and novel
Tastes like Coffee Better than Coffee. The secret is la
tbc perfect blending and roasting; of fruit and grain.
SOLD BY ALL GROCERS.
Thalia" V V?l
Mrs. J. Benson
Nov and Up-to-Dafo
ii what we show you in
The habit or long dtp hip, with or without hose sup
porters In P. D., Nemo, W. B., R. 4 O., Thompson's.
Warner's, Kabo, etc. long, medium and short hip In
all the leading makes. Prices all the way from 60c to $7.(0.
Olrdles 60c, $1.00 and silk $:&0.
The famous La Ret a corset, price $3.60, $5.00 and $7.60, ,
Hip Fads and Dress Forms of all kinds.
BEH OUR LARGE AND HANDSOME LINE OP FVRS BETORB TOO BUT.
amwwiiinii nMinisn.i mi. u i Jm
lo) In) EDS-
4 Pitt CENT
SMART FALL CLOTHING Ka
tmMt mm C
You'll find the very beat there it in hand
tailored rtady-to-vctar clothing at Brandeis
Apparel that is distinctive, correct in every
detail of style and vp to the grade of the
bent made-to-measure garments, at a great
saving in pric Our immense stocks, every
garment of which was made to our order,
embraces all the newest and most attractive
Fashionable Fall Suits
The most stylish new coronation tweeds,
fancy Scotch mixtures and silk mixed
worsteds, every garment Is faultless In fin
ish and dependable In quality. EXTRA
LARGE MEN who have had trouble in be
ing fitted in ready-to-wear clothing are in
vited to examine our complete line of fall
suits, in slues to fit them. The Rogers,
Peet & Co.'s clothing is particularly smart
Stylish Fall Overcoats
The swellest paletot. Chesterfield and
short box styles, made according to fash
ion's latest decrees. The smart overcoats
of Rogers, Peet & Co., the handsomest to
be found in style, finish and materials.
1212 o 3522
All Wool Suits and Overcoats at $7.50.
Suits and Overcoats at $7.60 A large stock of high grade clothing, bought at
less than cost of manufacture and never made to aell for less than $12.60,
will be sold out at $7.60 a suit. We feel very safe in recomendlng these
ffArmenfil Inasmuch Am thA nrfnA Is lower than wa hav vnr
been able to charge for such high grades of fashionable A"y '"JO
for the fall of 1902 trade and are better than $12.60 suits
that you will buy elsewhere. We sell them at ,
Elegant Suits and Overcoats at $10.00.
Suits and Overcoats at $10.00 Here are suits worth from $16.00 to $18.00
this is what other merchants charge for them but we give our customers
the benefit of a fortunate purchase made by us and offer -suits
in this assemblage at $10.00. You'll find late H afn O O
style and choice prices. You'll save from $6.00 to
$8.00 and. gain on the quality of your clothe
Sole Agents (or Dr. Reed's 55 Cushion Sfioes for Men
1 watch our jcinnRinEis..
TO PAVE FLORENCE BOULEVARD
Board of Park Commissioners Decide
to Let Conditional Con
tracts. The Board of Park Commissioners has
decided to award a contract for the paving
of Florence boulevard with macadam to
Van Court A Winn, with the condition that
the firm will agree to make certain con
cessions In the time of payment for the
work. The board stipulates that it shall
be permitted to reserve the first $17,000
which It may receive from the county out
of the current tax levy and that the con
tractors shall consent to take its payment
out of such sum as the park board may
receive over and above the customary
The county commissioners have already
promised the park board that they will pro
vide for the expense of having this boule
vard and for that purpose have Included in
the tax levy $8,000 in addition to the sum
of $17,000 usually allotted to the park board
tor general boulevard Improvement. Be
side this prospective $8,000 the Board of
County Commissioners now has on band
$4,700, which may be used to pay for the
work on Florence boulevard, and that sum
the contractors would receive as soon ss
the work should be completed. The price
made by Van Court A Winn for macadam
pavement on this street as far as the city
limits is 61 cents per square yard.
The Proper Treatment for a Sprained
- As a rule a man will feel well satisfied
It he can hobble around on cratches two
or three weeks after spraining bis ankle
and It Is usually two or three months
before he haa fully recovered. This is an
unnecessary loss of time, for In many cas;s
in which Chamberlain's Pain Balm has
been promptly and freely applied a com
plete cure has been effected in less than
ons week's time and in some cases within
PRAIRIE CHICKENS ARE RIPE
Shooting? Season Opens, bat Omaha
Sportsmen Will Watt a
It will be lawful to sho6t prairie chickens
today, but as a rule Omaha sportsmen
are not to go to the fields until next week.
Reports from all parts of the state indicate
that there are plenty of birds and that the
pot hunter has not been as active this year
as he was last, when it had not been
demonstrated that the game warden would
enforce the law as rigidly as he did.
The season has been a good one for the
chickens, but In the eastern part of the
state they have not Increased as rapidly as
in the wertern and northwestern, where It
is said that tbey are as numerous as they
were twenty years ago. A number of
Omaha parties are planning excursions Into
Cherry, Brown and adjoining counties, be
ginning about October 15.
know the comforts of having on hand a
supply of Borden's Eagle Brand Condensed
Milk. It can be used so agreeably for
cooking, in coffee, tea and chocolate. Lay
In a supply for all kinds of expeditions.
Avoid unknown brands.
Opals for October. Edbolm, jeweler.
LOW FARE TO BOSTOX.
All 1111, or Rail and Steamer.
October 7th to 11th, Inclusive, excur
sion tickets to Boston from Chlcsgo
via Pennsylvania Short Lines will cost
$25.00; all rail. Fort Wayne Route, or $24 00
rail and steamer. Over Pan Handle Route,
all rail, the round trip will be $23.00, or
$22.00 rail and steamer. Return limit Oc
tet 13th, with privilege to extend until
November 12th. Qet details from H. R.
Dering. A. O. P. Agt., 218 South Clark
LOW RATES TO ST. LOUIS
Via the Mlssonrl Pacific Railway, Ac
count Fall Festivities,
Which include the Great St. Louis fair,
which gives $30,000, Jn premiums; the gor
geous Veiled Prophet pageant; street fair
and carnival; horse show In the coliseum;
running horse races dally by the beet thor
oughbreds In the ' country, and base ball
games between the teams of the American
and National leagues.
All events during October and the first
week In November.
Ask your local agent for detailed Infor
mation and visit the World's Fair city.
H. C. TOWNSEND,
Oen'l Pass'r and Ticket Agent,
St. Louis, Mo.
Sam'l Burns Is selling a
and butter set, $3.00.
Let Us Tell You
Never since youVe been in Omaha have
you had an opportunity to put clothes on
your boy to such good advantage and at such
little expense for good stuff as you have
right here. We want to say to you today
that in our boys' and children's dept. we arc
showing some very special values in Suits
and Overcoats, that were recently made up
for us under conditions that enable us to
offer them at very attractive prices
Boys' Knee Pant Suits
Made of all wool cheviots and casslmeree, all the
latest autumn colorings, every seam reinforced, double
stitched. Norfolks, sizes 4 to 2 years, $2.00 up; doublo
breasted coats, izes 8 to 16 years, $2.00 up; 3-plecs vest
suits, sizes 8 to 16 years, $2.50 up.
Young Men's Long
Made of all wool cheviots and casslmeree, all this seasons
latest productions, workmanship and perfect fit guaranteed
sizes 13 to 20 years, at $4.60 up.
Boys' Overcoats and
Boy's overcoats made from the newest fabrics In short
"box coat" and the long 'Chesterfield" fashions. Perfect
fit guaranteed, sizes 4 to 15 years, $3.00 up.
Made of blue chinchillas, velvet oollars, sizes 4 to I years
$1.00 up. '
Made of genuine Irish frieze and blue chinchilla, storm
collar, at $1.60 up.
Young Men's Overcoats
Made of the latest fabrics in all the newest colorings and
all the swellest stylos, sizes 15 to 20 yesrs, $5.75 and up.
Boys' Knee Pants
Made of cheviots and casslmere, every seam double
stitched and reinforced, guaranteed not to rip, choice of
many patterns, sizes 4 to 16, 23c, 35c, 45c, 60o.
Sizes 4 to 16 years, guaranteed not te rip, 35o, 60o, 75a,
The O. A. R. official train to the 30th
annual encampment at Washington, D. C,
will leave Omaha 8:00 p. m., Saturday,
Department Commander Steele and staff
will accompany this train and deetre their
comrades and friends to join them in mak
ing this the banner O. A. R. train. I
Oo with them. J
FaBt ride across Iowa, Illinois three i
hours at Chicago through the garden of
Canada past Niagara Falls and along the
historic Potomac, to the national capital.
Through cars Omaha to Washington, via
Rock Island, Wabash, Northern Central
and Pennsylvania railroads.
For full information about low rates to
Washington (round trip from Omaha Is
only $28.06) and the Inexpensive side trips
from that city, call on or write
C. A. RUTHERFORD, D. P. A..
1323 Farnam street, Omaha, Neb.
Money Saving Drug Prices
25c Bromo Quinine 12o
25c Quinacetol, best for colds 20c
25c Carter's Liver Pills 10c
35c Castoria (genuine) 22o
$1.00 Cramer's Kidney Cure SOo
60c Kld-ne-otd 24o
25c Mennon's Talcum Powder 11 o
Cake Jap Rose Soap 7o
Cake English Process Soap 8c
50c Pozzoni Face Powder 24c
$1.60 Imperial Hair Regenerator $1.20
$1.00 Kilmer's Swamp Root 60o
$1.00 Temptation Tonic 25c
$1.00 Wine of Cardul 49c
$1.00 Peruna 87o
$1.00 German Kimmel Bitters 75o
(The guaranteed catarrh cure)
$1.00 Butler's Female Remedy 75c
$1.00 Plnkham's Compound 67c
$2.00 Chester's Pennyroyal Pills $1.00
16tb and Chleasro Bts.. Onsks. Neb.
bouveaxir Photo ut
1406 Farnam St.
Chleasro to Boston and Return flU.OO.
VIA ERIE RAILROAD.
Tickets on sale October ( to 11, In
clusive, good to return on or before Oc
tober 13. By deposit and payment of 50
cents extension of limit to November 12
may be obtained. Through sleepers. For
time tables and detail Information apply
to H. L. Purdy, Trav. Pass. Agent, Erie
Railroad, Chicago. '
Chleasro te New
York and Return,
Via Erie Railroad, Oct. 8d, 4th, 6th and
It U the Erie ALL THE WAT from Chi
cago to New York. Through baggage car,
through coaches, through sleepers, through
dining car. Absolutely no change. Fast
limited trains. Lowest rates. For time
tables and Information apply to H. L.
Purdy, traveling passenger agent, Erie
Railroad, Chicago, 111.
I A Small Glass
There Is nothing so. delicious as a
light lunch and a bottle of beer Just
off the ice provided It's Krug's the
purest beer made free from acids and
chemicals of all kinds. Keep a case
constantly on hand and drink a small
glass Bcveral times a day. It will
keep your system In good condition.
A 'phone order will bring it
1007 Jackson bt. 'Phone 420
Official Ak-Sar-Ben Program
9 a: m. Grand parade, starting from 17th and Farnam, down Farnam to Hth
street, down 16th street to postofflce, ending at 1516 Capitol ave.
10 a. m. Grand review and Inspection of buggies, csrrlages, wagons and har
10:30 a. m. Purchase of latest style buggy, from the largest display of ve
hicles to be seen in Omaha.
1 p. m. Magnificent parade, composed of one horse In sew harness,, one up-to-date,
high quality buggy, one proud man and admiring multitude.
Parade will last all afternoon and will end at den of Ak-Sar-Ben where
1516-18 Capitol Ave.
will he given highest award for completeness of stock, variety of styles, high
quality of goods and range of prices.
NOTE After the parade, a horse blanket and lap robe sale will be held in
the carriage repository. The stock Is the largest carried In Omaha.
MANY CHEAP RATES
Tin Wabash Railroad.
$11.60, St. Louis and return, October S
$35.60, New York and return, October 1
$28.05, Washington and return, October
1 to 6.
$31.75, Boston and return, October t to 10.
Many more to potnta east. Call at Wa
bash corner, 1601 Farnam street, or address
Harry E. Moores, general agent passenger
department, Omaha, Neb.
W. H. Orossmeyer of Kearney, Neb., Is
In the city. Mr. Grossmeyer is on a trip
to Iowa to promote Nebraska's land Interests.
The following births and deaths were re
ported at he office of the department of
health during the twenty-four hours ending
at noon Tuesday:
Births Bert Barger, 261T South Thirty
first street, girl; Albert Allen. 308 North
Sixteenth street, boy; Charles Ederer. 24
Bristol Btreet. boy; John E. Carlnon. lW
South Fourteenth street, girl; Frank K.
Yojng. M3a Maann street, girl; William
Rxersole. l'ws Houth Nineteenth street, boy;
Jtmn Anderson, 613V4 Pacific street, girl;
Grsnt Baumwert, 2206 South Fifteenth
Death George V. McCormlck. lMT Izard
street, aged 45 years; Lafe Coburn. 8t. Jo
lt ph's hoHplLal. aged 48 years; Frank Bands,
LU4 Capitol avenue, aged 19 years.
Good Poslttoa Open.
Good opening for a newspaper or magazine
solicitor. Permanent position for a com
petent man. Address Twentieth Century
Farmer, Bee Building, Omaha.
Mr. Mlarkbarn Pats ta a Word.
OMAHA, Sept 80. 1902 To the Editor of
The Bee: Home true j lent prevaricator,
who masks his Identity behind the signa
ture of "Fourth Ward Republican. In
Inst night's Bee charges me with "knifing"
the republican legislative ticket two years
ago. As you have repeatedly given space
to this statement in one form or oilier,
permit me to say that it Is a fabrication. I
not only voted the legislative ticket two
years ago, Dut urged by friends to do like
wine. I countenanced no bolt then, but
did what I could for the candidates on the
republican county ticket. Will you support
the republican legislative ticket this fall or
bolt It as you are bolting other republican
nominees? T. W. BLACKBURN.
Pure, Pole and Sparklbv;. Bottled Onry at the Brewery fa St Louis.
Order frons M. Mar at Company
Jiy one of the moot careful and expe.rt
painless extractors in the United States
Special Free Clinic Prices
Until October 15.
. . , . I . 1 V. TV, Anlif ffta irtnri in thA want. DaTIm
tlsls come here to learn our patent painless methods Post graduate oourse
only for old experienced deutists No Btudents Beware of jealous Idle dentists
We lnrlt all such to come and take a course then all will meet with success
Our methods are palnles Why take chances with othrs We are here to stay
Incorporated under t te laws.
WORK DONE FREE Small charges for material
Oursuccessl due ta the hlsh jrraia work done by the Professors of the college
Work g-uaranteed ten years Save pain and money
Filling- from 25c; Set of teeth $3; Teeth extraotel FREE; Gold crowns from 12:85
Cousult the Professors free Be sure you are on the right floor.
UNION DENTAL CO., Room 4, 1522 Douglas. gSMi.9 -
Mnn OP'AI ere worthy of comparison. Let us figure
OUR NEW SEAL with you. m mm..,
ww" A ndflralTC Scarfs and neckwear of furs, in large
Jt f lYl Cm Vi I O variety. Complete assortment of muffs. '
Al LABAI OII SO mt CO., BOO Karbach B lock, Omaha,
ALLEN P. ELY '& CO. Buy and Sell Second-Hand
Macbinsry. To Rent, Floor in Our Warehouse. No- 2 B.&M, Trackage. $25-
UOtt-8-IO Douglas St., "Phone 151, Omaha, Neb.
It's Barely Possible
That some ladles are not yet
For the Ak-Sar-Ben Ball
It seems that most of the women
folks of Omaha and vicinity have been
fitted here In the laat few dtys. II
'ou, for Instance, have not yit se
ucted your footwear for that occa
sion don't delay longer have It done
with. Borosls In feathxr weights, both
high and low with French or Cuban
heels the swellest yet in all the new
93.AO ALW A I S.
Sorosis Shoe Store
203 S. 15th St., OMAHA.
Frank Wilcox. Wanagtr.
i Ask for Catalogue.
Something entirely new. If yon want
something that Is really delicious, try a
bottle. Entirely new and different from
anything ever placed on the market.
And don't forget that we are headquar
ters for the finest line of whiskies and
wines In the west. Our Jackdaw, $1.23
per full quart, is one of the finest old
Maryland rye whiskies mads. This Is not
a cheap whiskey. If you buy It once you
will always use it.
California wines, made from finest grapes
grown, 60c, 75c and 1 1 .00 per quart.
I'u re Juice of the grape, no compound,
Wholesale Liquor Dealers.
Opposite I'oatontce. 'Pboae 11 4H.
Agents for the Hunter and the Wilson
Rye W hiskies.
Deputy Otate Veterlnartaai
H. L. RAMACCIOTTI, D. V. S.
j Offlos and Infirmary, 28th and Maaosk gta,
Omaha, fc'eb. " """ Telephone U0 .
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