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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1905)
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ESTABLISHED JUNE 19, 1871.
SINGLE COrY, FIVE CENTS.
OMAHA, SUNDAY MOUSING, JULY 30, 1905.
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OREEM TRAD IINQ
Short Kimonos Second Floor
Ladles 27-lneh length Kimonas made of Cyrian rropea,
trimmed with Persian bands loose backs, kltuona sleeves
all colors worth $ 1.20 MONDAY
Ladles' Black Petticoats -2d Floor
Made of fine mercerized sateen sunburst style, accordion
pleated flounce with a ruffle an exceptional I AA
1.75 pettlcont-MONDAY ONLY l.UU
i House Dresses Second Floor
Just a few left. In lawns, dimities, batistes and organdies
. nicely trimmed worth up to $3.50 no.
Silk Dresses Second Floor
We have Ave summer slik dresses left, all suitable for
street wear-slr.es 32, 30 and US worth $10.00 and ) PA
Children's Hats Second Floor
We have an odd lot of children's Hats, In silks and lawns
worth from $1.00 to $3.50 each MONDAY A O
v MOUNINO rOC
At the Busy Silk Counter
Two Great Bargains
No. 1100 pieces or plain and fancy Shirt Waist Suit Silks.
This hi (J lot embraces all the new fall find summer styles
for nobby dresses worth up to $1.00 yard
No. 2 Ten pieces 30-Inch fine Silk Black Taffeta. This
. silk Is guaranteed and a full yard wide our I AA
regular $1.50 quality, ONLY yard l.UU
Two Great Dress Goods Bargains
54-inch plain colored Mohairs, Sicilians all colors, including black worth $1.00
54-inch Cream Mohair Sicilian nice silky finish this particular quality retails at 7 C
f 1.25 yard MONDAY yard. DC
Big Silk Ribbon Bargain
Fine Lonisiem Silk" Kibbons- widths from to one to five inches come in all A J
colors and 'warranted washable worth up to 20c-yard MONDAY yard. . . m3CmDCmJC
BIG HAMMOCK REDUCTION SALE
Monday every hammock purchased for $2.48. $1.08, fl.50 and OSc, gets
Fifty Green Trading Stamps. . . v i .. .
Monday every hammock np from two dollars and fifty cents geta One
iundred Green Trading Stamps.
See our new baby hammocks, 75c. -Spojrlng Goods Department
E. W. NASH WILL IS OPENED
Testament of Millionaire Makes Widoif Ex
eoutrix( nt Does Not Kame Fortune.
PROVISIONS NOT OPERATIVE NOW
Mrs. !as Will Control and Adminis
ter Estnto Dnrlnst Her Lite
time All Realty In
In the county court Saturday morning the
last will and testament of the late Edward
W. Nash was admitted to probate. Mrs.
Catherine B. Nash, the widow, was ap
pointed sole administratrix and executrix,
without bond. She also was appointed
guardian of the two minOr daughters.
Esther and Frances.
The will Is peculiar In that its provisions
are not now operative, as Mrs. Nash has
survived her husband. She will control and
administer the estate during her lifetime.
ah nf th real estate has Deen In Mrs.
Nash's name tor several years. This con
slits of the Nash block on Homey street.
th homestead on Burt street and some
few pieces of other real estate.
The will was executed on December 1,
19(14. In New York City, and It named
executors and trustees Louis C. Nash, L. T,
'"Crofoot.and George W. Myers, a son and
two sons-in-law. respectively. The will was
drawn by Messmora Kendall, an attorney
; ef New York, and witnessed by John L
Wyman. New Yo;k; Belle A. Traynor of
t$ Burt street. Omaha, and Daraa J.
Densmore of Brooklyn.
- The only bequest of a public nature
named in the will Is one of J1O.00O to the
St. James Orphanage.
'Under the Instrument as drawn an an
nuity of 11,000 a year was to have been
paid to testator s brother, Fred A. Nash.
The two minor daughters, Frances and
Esther, were to have had 125,000 each. The
balance of the property was to have been
constituted a trust fund under the execu
tors and trustees named. Vnder this gen
eral trust fund there were to have been
several others for the benefit of th chil
dren and grandchildren. These various
trusts were hedged about with legal provi
sions as to Investment and the manner tn
which th executors should Invest and
handle the property. They are now, ot
Neither the application for administra
tion nor the will Itself contains any esti
mate ef the value of the estate which Mrs.
Nash will control. Attorney Crofoot, the
son-in-law who Is attending to the legal
business for Mrs. Nosh, sold It Is Impossi
ble to make an estimate.
"I have no definite Idea of the value of
Mr. Nash's various Interests and Invest
ments." said Mr. Crofoot. "It Is not possi
ble at this time to make an Intelligent es
timate. There are too many considerations
Involved to make on off-hand statement ot
Mrs. Nosh and her two daughters are to
depart this evening to spend the summer
St a resort on the New England coast.
B'aal arrltm Pic ale.
Krug park will be In the hands of the
local looses of the Independent Order of
h tuti ii uiA next TuesUay. lueae lodges
STAMP BOOT II
Reduction Sale in Dry
Goods for Monday
Full sized White
$1.25, ONLY each
Full size White Bed Spread fringed and plain
hem worth $1.75 -ONLY
Cotton Goods Special
A big table full of fine Wash Goods lengths 2Vi
to 12 yards worth 39c yard, MONDAY yard
Fancy Colored Tara sols regular 25c ones
MONDAY 0 to 11 each
Fancy embroidered and lace trimmed and plain
hemstitched regular 30c quality MONDAY
will give a picnic for the benefit of the
Wise Memorial hospital. Hie festivities
will hrifln at 10 in the morning and continue
nil day. The Mi'Klnley lodge of the U'nal
H nth will render a special program in
addition to the regular park attractions.
In the evening some of the local German
singing societies will offer a number of
vocal selections. A large numoer oi rami
lies have already planned to make an all
day outing with banket lunches. Many
tickets nave already oeen soia ana me in
dications are that an enjoyable outing will
GRAIN MEN WILL NOT TALK
Members of State Association Refuse
to Say that It Was Formally
' "I do not know anything about whether
the resolution adopted at the last meeting
toi dissolve the association has been for
mally adopted," was the answer J. H.
Evans made over the long distance tele
phone from Lincoln to a question asked by
The Bee. "I was not at the last meeting,
nor have I attended a meeting of the
association's officers since my election as
vice president," he added.
It is urged on the outside that at the
last meeting such a resolution was drawn
up and spread upon the minutes, but that
its adoption was contingent upon develop
ments In the prosecution of the Worrall
While, as has been published, the largest
members of the association have an
nounced their withdrawal, official confirma
tion of the formal dissolution Is lacking.
President N. A. Duff of Nebraska City was
not in his office when called for over the
A meeting of the officers and a part of
the members of, the association was held
in Omaha Tuesday. N. A. Duff, president
ot the association, was seen In the city
on that day, also John H. Evans of Lin
coln, vice president. His attorney, O. B.
Polk, was with him. C. C. Crowell, Jr.f
the Crowell Grain and Lumber company
ot Blair was also in the city oa Tuesday.
INQUISITIVE WIAN IN COURT
Pereoa Who Insists oa Iaterraptlasr
Preacher vtllh Qnestlons
Gets te Pay Flae.
B. M. Layton was fined K and costs In
police court Saturday morning. On com
plaint of J. B. Baxter of 2&il St. Mary's
avenue, Clayton was arrested on the charge
of drunkenness and disturbing a religious
meeting on Douglas street Friday evening.
According to the evidence against Clayton
he insisted on asking a number of ques
tions of L L Lee, who was preaching
the Latter Day Saints' doctrine . Friday
evening. Clayton, it appears, wanted to
know about plural marriages and inter
rupted Lee with various questions on the
subject while Lee was preaching.
NEW DESK INSTEAD OF GOLF
Chief Will Rest His Maselea from
Uiki Arranging Ontc
Chief of Police Donahue's cup of Joy is
now nearly full, for the chief received
Saturday morning the new oak roller top
dk. fur which he has been patiently wait-
This store closes
every evening (ex
cept Saturday) at 5
o'clock. Do your
Linens and Domestics
17-Inch Brown Linen Crash S l-3c quality C
Linen Glass Toweling worth 15c yard f A
MONDAY yard IUC
72-Inch half bleached Table Linen dice and floral patterns
extra heavy quality 7oc quality Pft
72-lnch fine quality bleached and unbleached Table Linen
worth $1.25 find $1.35 MONDAY
Sale of Bed Spreads
Bed Spreads plain hem worth
Cut Price Lace Sale
1,000 yards of fine Torchon, Normandy, Val and 'Cluny
Laces Insertions to match Fast Black Lace Appliques
this lot' worth to 50c yard-all go MONDAY A
Ladies' Handkerchiefs One-Half Price
Wall Paper Snap
Fins tip-to-date papers In room tt
lots up from l.UU
AaJ'w..!,.'.u......v 25c to 1.00.-:
We Quarantee the Quality and Coali
tion oi Papsrs.
lng ever since he began to follow the golf
links some time back. The desk Is a
beauty and will fill "a long-felt want." the
A heavy growth of moss Is gathering on
the chief's golf stick, as the chief Is ab
staining from his favorite pastime until
his sore muscles shall have been restored
to their pristine 'condition. Until his golf
muscles are In condition again the chief
will spend his recesses in arranging his
GREAT EVENTVAT KRUG PARK
Coaple to Be Married and Take Bridal
Tonr In Balloon
The criterion event of Krug park Is an
nounced for today when Mr. George Young
and Miss Dora Rogers will be united in
wedlock and take their bridal tour in a
basket attached to a balloon. The wedding
will occur between the hours of, 8 and t
p. m., and It's well to suggest that those
who come early will not miss the festivities.
A brand new balloon has been manufac
tured and the makers, the La Thomas Bal
loon company of Chicago, will direct the
ascension, coming to Omaha expressly for
that purpose. The program outside of this
extraordinary event will probably over
shadow any one of the previous week's en
tertainments. The engagement of Mr.
Christian Rodenklrchen to render cornet
solos each afternoon and evening with the
Royal Canadian band Is a feature. His
long association with the Theodore Thomas
orchestra placed him In the foremost ranks
of Instrumentalists. Miss Etta Fyvle
Deuch, the Australian contralto, will render
selected vocal solos twice dally, appearing
every afternoon and evening. Miss Fyvle
Deuch Is well known In Chautauqua circles,
having just completed her tour of all the
principal cities. This Is her first appearance
In Omaha with band accompaniment. Eu
gene Falk, the flying dlavolo, will also ap
pear afternoon and evening each day during
the week with his sensational aerial act.
Tuesday, August 1. Is the testimonial day
of the Wise Memorial hospital and as a spe
cial feature the German mannerchor favor
the committee and audience wtth a program
of their best musla under the direction of
Prof Peterson. The gates will be open at
It a. m. for picnic parties and at night a
balloon ascension with fire works attached
will be the special feature.
FAILS TO GET HIS PENSION
Old Veteran Walts More Than an
llonr for Morrow t
An old veteran and pensioner from out
In the state was at the federal building
Friday evening, and seeing the title of
"pension agent" on the door of Special
Pension Examiner Morrow's door, watted
for an hour or more for the appearance of
Mr. Morrow, with his pension voucher to
have htm cash It. He thought pensions
were paid In Omaha now instead of at Des
Moines, and made the trip to this city for
the purpose of getting his pension money
In person, rather than take the chances of
delay by the mails. As Examiner Morrow
had gone to Dead wood, the old vet ran
Anally was persuaded to send his voucher!
on to Colonel Clatksoo at Pes Molnea
NEW 49e , BOOKS
Iicfore starting out on your trip
to seashore, mountain country or
wherever you may be poing for your
summer vaeation, lay in a supply,
of entertaining , books. On our
counters, at oue-third former prices,
can be found many of the late lead
ing successes in
right fiction, among which are:
THE SKY PILOT,
By Ralph Connor.
ny O. B. McCutcueon.
Bv O. H. MeCuteheon.
MONSIF.IR BEAIC AIRE,
Bv Booth Tarklnrton.
THE FOREST LOVERS.
By Maurice Hewlett.
FABLES IS SLANG, i
By Geo. Ade. 1
THE WIMiS OF THE MORSIXG,
By Louis Tracy.
6S0 Others Just as
MID-SUMMER. SALE OF FINE
We have carefully (tone over our Immeme lines and vlsrorously cut down
rrlcea for an earnest Mid-Summer Clearance. - We have heavy fall shipments
a'comlng and we need the room. Here a rousing opportunity fur the shrewd fur
niture buyer. Get next! ,
$2.26 valu-, finished with hard 4 C
baked enamel, at ISJ
$3.60 value, brass trimmed O AR
thoroughly braced, at
$( no value, continuous post, 'I C"l
heavy rilling, at
$2. SO value, brass spindles.
head and root end, at
$11.00 value, golden oak,
French plate mirror, at
$13.00 value, golden oak, four
drawers, swell front, at
117. Oi) value, gulden oak. full
swell front, large mirror, at....
$22.00 value, quartered golden
oak, polish finish, at
p.00 value, g-olden oak frame,
steel construction, at
Jll.&o value, golden oak frame,
deep tufted seat, at
$13.60 value, golden oak frame,
clawfoot, best covering, at...
$16.60 value, golden oak frame,
finest steel construction, at..
$1.60 value, ladles' rocker.
enne seat, brace arms. at.
ilue, golden oak, saddle O fQ
shaped arms, at w
$5 value, quartered oak, aad- 1 AQ
die seat, polish finish, at is-
$7.50 value, mahogany finish, A QJi
Marqueterle back, polished -a.-
WHITE CHINA FOR DECORATING!
Monday only Splendid values at
lOe, 1B-JWSo aad P.
Five times Green Trading Stamps. .
Glased Cuspidor In aeveral different
blends, easily cleaned Monday, -OCfi
Ten Oraen Trading Stamp with -each.
SYRACUSE DIVXERWARE MONDAT.
$0 per rent off on any sale in this china.
four different patterns and. the Ytrf
finest of china no seconds,
RQW.N MOTTLED COOKING- WARE
Warranted fire-proof, clean and acid
proof the best article you can use
0c, 18c, XOo and p,
English Dinnerware that must be clo&ed
out plates that sold up to $2.60 ilr
a doxen, all one price, each.....'..;""'
Cups and Saucers, sold at $2.40 . iCin
docen, now;, each..: v. IVJV
, Jugs, former prV's soc.vdOc and I Or
40C. now20c, 15c and IVJW
60e Sugar 'Bowls. - oen
.. now........ .!...;.
Other pieces at the same-big discount
limited quantity If you - need this class
of goods, come early.
SECRET PREMIUMS FOR FAT
Such is Alleged Cause of Tronble in the
OLD MANUFACTURER BLAMES NEW ; ONE
Declares Trade and Price Agreement
Will Not Be Broken, bnt Hard '
Fight Will Be Mad on
Kew Concern. ,
Omaha creamery men are not much
alarmed over reports that long established
price and trade agreements will be shat
tered within a short time and each of the
seven plants of the kind In this city buy
butter fat exactly as It pleases. They say
rumors to this effect come from the owner
of a creamery lately established In Omaha,
who, although a member of the association,
has been caught giving secret premiums to
farmers who will give him the preference
on their cream.
"The big problem of the butter-malting
business in Nebraska lies In getting suf
ficient quantities of the butter fat or the
useful Ingredient in ?ream, and the cream
ery companies don't like to see the sources
they have developed by years of work and
thousands of dollars demoralised," said a
representative of one of the big compa
nles. "We have always refused to look
upon our price agreements as a trust or
combination - for several reasons. In the
first place no farmer Is disabled from
churning his own cream, making his own
butter and putting it on the market in
competition with ours. So high have the
prices for butter fat been kept, however,
by the very assistance of the agreement
that it Is far more profitable for him to
sell us his cream.
Prices lansaally High.
"During the present summer an unprece
dentediy high range of prices to the farmer
has been maintained,. The very scarcity
of butter fat In this territory makes the
high prices obligatory and I feel warranted
In saying that the creameries are now al
lowing Just as much as they can and at the
same time conduct their business with a
decent chance of profit.
"Omaha stands fair this year to turn out
more than 10.000,000 pounds 'of butter, which
will make It beyond all quibble the greatest
butter manufacturing place of the country.
The creameries have given the farmer a
new and profitable market, - and natural
conditions, towlt: the constant demand
for more cream than Is available, has kept
and will keep up the value .of his product.
Competition Makes Problem.
"Old creameries, by dint of years of trou
ble and expense, have got farmers to turn
out a supply for our plants.' Whenever a
new creamery starts It makes the problem
Just that much harder. Unless the course
the old plans followed Is carried out, the
new creamery must overbid us or give
secret premiums. This means a loss or no
gain and as soon as some of the sources
apparently are obtained the prices ge down
to the level established by natural condi
tions. Temporarily things are demoralised
In the particular section affectod. la this
Instance, which has bean made public,- U la
the field of copy
By E. N. Wescott.
TUB TALI, OP THE WILD,
By Jack London.
SOLDIERS OP FORTI SE,
By Richard Harding Davis.
THE KM(;llT OP COMMRIA,
By CspU Chas. Kins.
DOROTHY VERXO.V OF I1ADDO
By Chas. Major.
By Owen Wister.
Good at 49- per Volume.
$13.60 value, golden oak, Q n:
genuine leather sent JJJ
$20 value, quartered golden oak, finely
polished leaded glaxs A Q2
door In glaxs closet, St....
$23 value, quartered golden onk. largo
mirror, lined drawer for f Cl)
silver, neatly curved, at t M ,iJJ
$29 value, golden oak. large French
plate minor, tine polish flit fl)t
finish, at IVf.VO
$33 value, quartered golden oak. canopy
. top, lattice doors In dish
closet, polish finish, nt
$5.60 value, C-ft. extension,
excellent ' construction, at...
$9.C0 value, golden oak,
fluted post, nt
$14 virtue, golden osk, massive
sulral. turned pillars, at
If-'.l value, golden oak, pedestal Ifj OS
style, carved clawfoot JJ
$35 value, quartered golden oak, laiK"
top, pedestal style, 24 95
- bi a cH.u h s.
$1.15 value, Rolden oak finish, QCp
shaped seat, at UcW
$1.40 value, golden oak finish, fZ
thorouglily braced, at
$2.00 value, quartered golden 1 6Q
oak, fine finish, at... l.u"
$3.CO value, quartered oak, gen-2
ulne box seat constructed
Fifteen Rattling Art Bargains
20c gold plated Moulding 14c
2c Photo Frames, gold ,1 C,-.
SOc and 2Gc Fry's China - 1fZr
80c Pyro Frames for lOf
B5c Pyro Panels (or
75c Ideal Heads tn r-
$J.0 value Cupid Awake and Cupid
Asleep, in brown oval t0-
frames t OVW
SOc Photor Botes for ' fVr
Pyro Work "
$1.C0 value Etchings, hrown r7Qc
oval frames, white mats w
$J55 Fry's China Palettes, nSr
slae xl? -T-JW
$3 value Photogravures, f fiQ
$3 valae Fac 8lmlle Water 5 25
. Colors, beautiful gold frames.
10 Per Cent Discount on Picture
Framing. Ijst time Monday.
20 Per Cent Discount on Framed Pic
tures In galleries. Last time-Monday.
Double Green Trading Stamps on all
above purchases Monday. 2d Floor.
intended to fight baefc. The old creameries
are not wIlHng to let go of what they have
created In years of loss, heavy Investment
and disappointment, without a strugele.
But talk of the disruption of an under
standing that is Intended, and, In fact, has
resulted In good both to the creameries and
the farmers, is idle. It won't happen."
BIG SUNDAY. AT LAKE MANAWA
Venetian Carnival and Other Free At.
tractions at the Lake This
Preparations on an elaborate scale for
the Venetian carnival, which will be opened
for the delight of the summer resort patron
today at Lake Manawa, have been pushed
along so that the general appearance of the
park will be converted Into a fairylike scene
of light and color by nlglit. Several thou
sand Japanese lanterns have been placed,
each enclosing an incandescent lamp. These
lanterns are of divers shapes and colors,
calculated to produce a fantastic and
strangely beautiful effect. All of the
launches and a number of the row boats
will be decorated In a like manner. The
bit feature of this carnival will be a fire
works display, which will be given from
the top of each of the large launches. In
addition to this, a lengthy and varied pro
gram of other free attractions will be pre
sented. "Hop o" My Thumb" Is the title to
the new motion picture that will be pro
jected by the klnodrome. H. L. Heffner will
sing new 111 Sat rated ballads. Covalt's Con
cert band will render a change of program
afternoon and evening. Sensationalism
will be provided In the high dive In the
afternoon and the fire dive of "Dare Devil"
Fackler in the evening and the balloon
ascension of Prof. Andrews. The Neu
mayers and the Coronas will play a game
at the ball park. With a special attraction
'of the magnitude of the carnival an un
usually big crowd Is expected and there
fore the street railway company will put
on Its best service on the Manawa line.
BREEN AND THE DODGE LAW
City Attorney Hopes Soon to Have an
Opinion for Elbnnrn an Pri
mary .Elections, -i
Prompted by the city clerk, who wants an
opinion in black and 'white. City Attorney
Breen- is wrestling with some phases of
the Dodge primary law. The question Is
whether or not a man has to register twice
now to get full party rights and constitu
tional suffrage, or Just once as before.
The Dodge lew makes primary day the
first day of registration, prescribing that
then and there a voter must announce his
party affiliation In order to participate In
fhe primaries next year. Old primary
laws are knocked out so far as Douglas
county Is concerned. On the other hand,
the general election laws specify three days
of registration, on any any one of which a
man may register to vote at the election
proper, and says he caunot so register t
sny other time. Can a voter register to
vote oi) primary day? Also can he register
his party affiliation on any other day? Mr.
Breen thinks he can get something past
the typewriter about Monday forenoon, pro
vided k works all the Intervening time.
Monday in the Millinery
LATE SUMMER. AND EARLY FALL STRXET HATS
Fretted Felts, Braids emd Other Seasonable Materials
Small Shapes Predominating
Many of these late summer and early fall styles are modifications
of up-to-date Polos. Every one a pacemaker
$1.98, $2.98 and $4.98
PATENT LEAT11EK POLOS The Very Latest Fad Some are self
trimmed, others trimmed with smart Fou ron fl QQ
or bunch of flowers up from - JICJ
NEW, FRESH LINGERIE HATS FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR Sultry,
buegy, oppressive, enervating August demauds the careless, easy,
cooling, shady Lingerie Hat we have them iu Shirred Chiffon
facings and dainty bow effects P QQ
Five Dollar Values for $iJ3
SEASONABLE LINE OF DUCK OUTING HATS UP FROM
Gold filled spectacles or eye
glasses. Finest imported
lenses, regular $3.00 value,
MONDAY, PEU Cf
Nothing better made in gold filled
than these. Our prices on all other
grades are equally low.
In3lde Door Lock Seta.
Oval and square designs sell efip
regular for 5c sale tjvjv
Forty Green Trading Stnmps with
Universal Food Grinder Nos. 0,
1 and 2
$1.38, $1.08, 94c
Forty Green Trading Stamps with
nicely Japanned Bread Box
73c, 63c, 53c
One Hundred Green Trading Stamps
with Charcoal Lined Water O ff
Cooler prices up from " 'w
Twenty Green Trading Stamps Oftr
with Potato Ricer ...,"1-'w
Ten Oreen Trading Stamps with one
dosen Coat and Hut IRC
Ten Qrefn Trading Stamps with one
doxen Coat and Hat IOC
Twenty Geen Trading Stamps ORn
with Enameled Sink Stialaer.
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
Galvanised Bucket , , ''"
Ten Green Trading Stamps ff)r
with, Mop Stick , Iviu
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
best 8haker Flour IQr;
Ten Green Trading Stamps with Op
best Glass Lemon Hquyexer. w
Five Green Trading Stamps with ff
Glass Lemon Squeexer J
PERMIT FOR ANEW CHURCH
License Issued to Rnlld Sonth Tenth
Street Methodist, font Inn Fif
teen Thousand Dollars.
A permit has been Issued by the city for
the construction of the new artificial stone
South Tenth Street Methodist church at a
cost of $15,000. John McDonald ie the archi
tect and the Omaha Concrete Stone com
pany the contractors. Work Is to be
started at once. Other permits are to E.
R. Simons. 1.2u0 frame dwelling at Thirty
fourth and Charles; J. J.' Teltlnk, $1,700
frame dwelling at Thirty-second and Cali
fornia.. The Postal Telegraph company has ob
tained a permit from the city engineer for
building its tile wire conduits in the busi
ness district. The Western Union for some
time has been Installing screw-Joint iron
MUNGER NOT A STOCKHOLDER
Federal Jadge Has No Interest In
"I wish, In Justice to Judge Munger,"
said Attorney Howell of Jefferis & Howell,
"that you would say In Ths Bee that Judge
Munger Is -not a stockhplder tn the Nye-Schneldcr-Fowler
Grain company of Fre
mont. Neither is he a stockholder in any
groin company. The fact that Judge Mun
ger Is a brother-in-law of Frank Fowler
of that firm Is t)e only connection that ha
has with it, and for that reason he is not
inclined to have the hearing of the grain
cases come before him when they are
transferred to the federal courts."
At the Itovelty Theater.
Comedy, singing, dancing and mu
sla characterizes the offering at ths
Novelty Family theater this week, the
management claiming to be one of
the strongest vaudeville bills ever seon
In Omaha. On the bill are Harry and
Rose Lungdon, lightning cartoonists, sing,
ers and dancers; Sylvester Bros., the black
face comedians; Al Chrlstal, comedy singer
and king of paper tearers; "Under the Old
Apple Tree" with Illustrations will be sung
by Miss Nellie Cluyson, the performance
concluding with "A Lynching at Cripple
Creek," as shown In life moving pictures.
Every Friday a souvenir matinee Is given,
handsome souvenirs of the occasion being
presented to every lady who attends the
theater during the veifornisnce on that
R. C. Gonler's Dally Trips.
The steamer H. C. Gunter Is now making
dally trips to Flore noe every afternoon,
leaving her wharf at $:li. Hundreds of
pleasure seekers took the cruise last week.
The Florence water works has proved quite
a Mecca for excursionists, while the sight
of the big I,0(X),000-poun4 drawbridge turn
ing in midstream Is well worth the trip.
The scenery along the river Is a delightful
diversion from the usual amusement found
In the city and many mothers and fathers
take their little ones for the trip. At
Florence they caji romp and play under
the trees, returning home much refreshed
by the tool Lrsexes of the river.
Bennett's Big Grocery
Monday's money savin- Hat of
best table product.
Twenty Green ' Trad
ing Stamps with
pound it innilli
Twenty Green Trad
ing Staaips with
Fifty Green Trading
8tamps with five
pounds O 8i
Ten Green Trading
Stamps with 2
cans Salmon., ""is
Ten Green Trading
Stamps with pint
bottle Diamond "S"
Ten Green Trading Stamps with Off
pound Full Cream Cheese fcVV
Ten Green Trading Stamps with Ofc
Dound Brick Cheese "Ol
Ten Green Trading Stamps with
can Kippered He -ring ,
Ten Green Trading Stamps with Ofin
can Tomato Herring mJS
Five Green Trading Stnmps . Cc
with sack Worcester Salt 1-'w
Ten Green Trading Stamps with ' lOc
pkg Diamond Crystal Bait.... avw
Ten Green Trading Stamps withfOlf
three-pound can Table Syrup ,4iw
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pound
Bennett's Capitol Creamery OAr
Ten Green Trading Stamps with OC
three cans Early Juno Peas
Ten Green Trading Stamps with tfin
nnimrf nflckaa-o Macaroni SVfW
Thirty Green Trading Stamps with 24.C
can Armour's Soup
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Five-cent cake "if.
Ten-cent can Cr
Ten Green Trading Stamps with 2c
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Mixed Candy, pure and whole- Qc
some, per pound
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package pure Sugar Stick Candy.... v'w
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FRENCH AND GERMANS FIGHT.
Cameroon Guards and Senegalese Troops
Engage in Battle in Africa.
GOVERNMENTS WILL ("MAKE INQUIRY
Reports Indicate that Some of Ger
man Force Was Killed, bat
There Are no Details
BERLIN, July 29. The South Cameroon
company, whose traders and their guards
It Is now admitted came Into conflict re
cently with French Senegalese soldiers' on
the frontier of the French Congo, over the
question whether certain territory is French
or German, reports to the Foreign office
that In the fighting which took place three
Germans were killed and four were made
prisoners and one French Senegalese ser
geant was killed.
The Foreign office, as previously reported,
Is Inquiring officially of the Cameroon gov
ernment as to what really took place. The
French government, doubtless. In the mean
time will also be informed officially on
the subject. Both governments will then
be In a position to locate the blame a.td
take measures to prevent such collisions
in the future. There la no disposition hert
to regard the Incident as likely to lead to
anything serious, though Germany nat
urally will fully protect Its colonists.
AFTER GERMAN MONUMENTS
Prof. Knno Frnncke - of Harvard
Woald Incrense Slse of the
Museum nt Cambridge.
BERLIN, July 29.-Prof. Kuno Francks
Of Harvard, during his holiday In Europe,
arranged with the governments of Bavaria,
Saxony and Switzerland and the municipal
authorities of Frankfort and Nuremburg
for Important gifts to the German museum
at Cambridge, Mass., should accommoda
tions sufficient for them be provided.
Included in the gifts probably will be a
cast of the memorial slab and the accessory
structure of Emperor Louis IV, "the Ba
varian," and reproductions of Goethe's
room at Frankfurt and of the house of
Albrecht Duerrer at Nuremburg, a chancel
of a thirteenth century church at Werhsel
burg, Saxony, and a sepulchral monument
at La Sarres, Switzerland.
Mikado Thanks Admiral.
TOKIO, July 29.-5:30 p. m.-Adrnlral
Kataoka has been honored by a message
from tbe mikado, expressing satisfaction
with his efficient protection of the army
which was landed on Sakhalin island, de
spite unfavorable state of the weather,
thereby laying the foundation for the occu
pation of the Island.
Doctor ot Laws for Tower,
BERLIN, July 29. Ambassador Tower
has been notified by the senate of the Uni
versity of St. Andrews, Edinburgh, Soot
land, that the degree of doctor of laws
will be conferred on him October IT, when
Andrew Carnegie Is Installed again as lurA
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