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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1905.
GOSSIP OF THE POLITICIANS
Cimm Sow to Get Intelligent Ticwof
DEMOCRATS' FIGHT WILL BE ON SHERIFF
(ew Wird sad Precinct Map Shows
evei-fll Malrtmri Taken Oat
Bearl)s. Thooah Mill
la Same Ilonaca.
The nrlratlon of the time for filing
applications with the county .clerk to go on
the official primary ballot now enable
tha.polltliJaiiB to give a fair idea of what
the lineup la ta be. With the democratic
Ida there is really only one fight and that
centering abolit the nomination for sheriff.
The chief stock In trade of Tom, Flynn la
that his opponent la asking for a fourth
term and that he ought to know when he
has had enough, while John Tower Is out
to defend his title aa a vote getter, point
ing to the fact that he haa been elected
three times in succession and that knowing
what a good thing he haa had he does not
want to let go of It. For the other places
On the democratic ticket It has been mostly
a case of grafting a candidate on the
core of party loyalty Just ao that the
republican will not have an .unopposed
On the republican aide the factional
fight will be renewed, although with modi
fied . Ilnea. The Fontanel! club has
endorsed a complete ticket and it will
remain for the other candidates to adjust
themselves bv mutual combination so as
to put forth their fighting strength. The
biggest field of entries is recorded for iho
position of county Judge, where there are
four competitor but .the expectation Is
that the race wlif sift down to two leaders.
The antls surprised themselves In falling
down so lamentably In their filings for com
mittee places. One of the hlg antls, who
Is on the Inside, declares, however, that
they have a trick still to play.
"Did you notice," said he, "that the new
primary law provides for a new distribu
tion of the votes In the committee? The
other fellows may have a big majori'y
of the oommltteemen and still fall to con
trol. When the now committee organizes
each member will have one vote for every
fifty votes 'cast In his district for the head
of his party ticket. You can see whnt
that will do to South Omaha and the
country. I guess we did not have our mnn
Dodgo framing up this law for nothing."
The -new ward and precinct map, ad
vance copies of which readied the city hall
from the printers, affords Interesting study.
The redisricting has taken a lot of states
men out of their bearings and transplanted
them Into new wards, although they still
live In tlin same house. John L. Webster,
for example, who used to be one of the big
four of the old Fonrth, Is now In part
of the Eleventh' ward, t which also lids
what is known as the "8llk Stocking" dis
trict, carrying with It ' Lieutenant Gov
ernor McQIIton, Senator Manderson and
other political notables. The new Twelfth
ward also cover a Mr area with moat
of the Kountie place patriots, while the
Tenth ward takes In what Is known aa
Bohemian town, and Sheeley town . has
been transferred from the Seventh ward
to the Second. The only wards they have
not picked up and set down In another part
of the map are the Third and Fifth ward,
which are practically unchanged.
It haa not been advertised, but It I nev
ertheless known that an agreement wa
reached by which no protests are to be
made on technical grounds against the fil
ing certificate for republican commute,
men. Tha primary law appareptly 1 , con
flicting on this subject. In one place stating
tlat the committeemen shall be chosen Jhe
same a the nominee for' office and In
another place that the certificate shall
not only be endorsed by the" -names of ten
petitioners, but also sworn to. It could be
read that the swearing could be done either
by the petitioners or by the candidate, or
by both, while County Clerk Drexel ruled
that an oath by the candidate for commit
teeman would be enough, but T. W. Black
burn and Vlrtor Roaewater got together as
representatives of the opposing sides and
made a stipulation before Mr. Drexel that
no committeeman petition filed In good
faith should be protested.
COUNTY TEACHERS EXAMS
Scion. Open at High School I'nder
Direction of Snperln tea.
lent. Bod well.
The annual Douglas Count v Teacher's
Institute opened Monday morning in room
204 at the high chool for a week's session
under the supervision of CoJnty Superin
tendent Bodwell. The attendance the first
morning was about 100. which will be In
creased to 130 by Tuesday. An innovation
In the old order of things is the curtailment
of work In the afternoon, because of the
hot weather. Sessions will begin at 8
o'clock, or an hour earlier than usual and
end soon after 12. ' .
The educators who will lecture are
Superlntedent Davidson of Omaha. State
Buperlntedent J. I,. McBrlen, President
Crabtree of the Peru Normal school and
Superintendent W. H. Clemmong of the
Fremont Normal school. Their subjects and
dates will not be mentioned In advance. The
Instructors are Superlntedent W. N Clif
ford of the Cenell Bluffs schools who
will handle geography and diadlcts Miss
Jennie Bedfleld. principal of the Lincoln
school, who will impart knowledge about
arithmetic advanced reading and grammar
and , Miss Minnie Roaelln of the Des
Moines schools who will tuke up primary
reading and language.
The sessions open with music. . Super
intendent Bodwell has stated the objects
of the Institute as follows:
Te elevate the professorial standard
, To create educational enthusiasm
To Inspire with Meals rather than Ideas.
To organise for the year.
To compare notes and unify the work.
-. There was no lecture Monday. Super
intendent Clemmons will appear Tuesday.
Special Sunday Hates to Great West-
era ram, Manalug. Iowa.
Only one fare for the round trln. Tickets
xn sale every Sunday to and Including
Sunday. September 17. For further Inf.ir.
matlon apply to S. D. Parkhurst. general
agent. ItilS Farnam street, Omaha, Neb.
Clerks Work oo the Books.
?V nerk Elbourn Put a force of four
clerks to mark Monday morning revising
J5 1 pair
All the Bobbihei
GREAT LACE CURTAIN SALE
On Sale for the First Time Tuesday
o,000 yards of fine quality
bobbinet, up to 72 inches wide.
Those are all in full pieces, not rem
' nants white, ecru and Arab shades
all go at, a yard i
Colored arid white drapery
S wiss and mad rap.
one big lot worth CffT.
up to 20c per yard nJJH-
at, a yard.
5,000 yards of lace edging
for bobbinet. irh 1
worth up to 10c
per yard at, a
BIGGER BARGAINS THAN EVER IN
OMAHA WFAT11KR FORECAST Taesday Fair
STORE CLOSES EVERY EVENING AT FIVE
O'CLOCK EXCEPT SATURDAY.
FROM OUR. TWO IMMENSE PURCHASES
Fine and heavy lace curtains, many exact pat
terns of most elaborate hand-made curtains.
They are worth up to $5 a pair at, pair .'.
Fine grade lace curtains, Irish Point, Brussels
Net, Cluny and Batteuberg, would sell at $8
and $10 per pair,, at a pair.
Most elegant Arabian, Cluny, Irish
Point, Batten berq, Duchessa, e?tc. , hand-
eomest novelties worth $12. OO to $13
per pair, at, a pair '. .'.
Fine Lace Curtains Worth
up to 2.50 pair,
Hih Quality Lace Curtains
That Bold up to
$4 pair, at, each..
Fine Corded Arabian Curtains Always sell at fQ
,18.00 and f 10.00 a pair, each jOC
Drummers' Samples, Fine Arabian Curtains n
Worth up to $10.00 pair, at, each . ..JZFC
Ladies' Accordion Pleated
SKIRTS a,t $1.50
Knife pleated and accordion
skirts in white and colors,
made ot tine cashmeres, ,oiles,
etc., the most popular summer
. rrr m n vi r-je um i
the registration books so they can be used
in the new wnr4 and primary arrangement.
The present force oonsluts of John Lewla
nd Jerry McMahon and two young women.
This may be increased later if found neces
sary. ONCE IN OMAHA HIGH SCHOOL
Will Jefferson, Starhp Clerk Arrested
la Chicago, Had Good Repu
tation Here. "
' William W. Jefferson, the negro letter
stamper who was arrested In the office of
Colonel James E. Btuart, postofflce In
spector at Chicago. las(t Friday after a des
perate ttruggle between Jefferson and four
of the postofflce officials, formerly lived In
Omaha, at 601 South Twenty-fifth avenue,
at which address his mother owns property.
Jefferson's father died In Omaha a number
of years ago and was an old resident of
this city. Young Jeffereson attended the
Omaha High school for several years, and
while In Omaha bore in excellent reputa
tion, , so far aa can be learned. He-left
this city last March to take a position
In the Chicago postofflce.
i Jefferson Is cliurged with stealing from
registered letters. He la about 22 years
Tried to Choke Her.
"Judge, he tried to choke irie and then
threatened me In various ways," responded
Mrs. Hlnkley, when asked by Acting Police
Judge Foster To tell trie court in what wav
her husband abused her. The husband
pleaded not guilty when arraigned In police
court Monday morning on a charge of as
sault and battery, but was sentenced to
ten days on the evidence offered.
.Cleanses and beautifies the
teeth and purifies the breath.
Used by peopla of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
Very convenient for tourists.
100 pairs Men's $3.50 and $4.00
gpnulne patent Corona colt ox
- fords, this season's styles, brok
en sizes, A B & C widths
clotting them A A
out lit aaeUU
SO pairs men's kid, Southern ties
$3.00 grades f Cf
go at ... 1.3 U
Still selling niiNses' and children's
while canvas' button t ff
Hhoes welt soles. ..... . l.UU
Mioses' and children's 7 f
while canvas oxfords. . . S DC
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam St.
Ui ill ' Y 7 " y-'" r
mmn i -
THE SPECIAL BARGAINS
IN LADIES' NEW SUITS, NEW FALL SILKS,
COLORED DRESS GOODS, DOMESTICS, ETC.
Advertised in Sunday's Papers Continued Tuesday.
Read the Sunday ad again there's much money saving
Bennett's Big Grocery
' The great west's permanent Pure Food Show. The
standing menace to all trifling. Your most faithful watch
for a pure food table.
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with Ten Green Trading Stamps with
qvtnrt fan Llbhy Soups, one Rnllon Special 'TP
nsHortert UC Vinegar J3C
Twenty Green Trading Stamps with Twenty Green Trading Stamps with
qunrt ran Armour's Soap Jt eau Dl.iruoud Q
assorted aCYC Fruits Z0C
80 Green Trading Stamps with Ten Green Trading Stamps with
ouart can Hucken's soups, ?ft two packages Gusto jr
nssorted... JVC Breakfast Food 3C
Ten Green Trading Stamps with Ten Green Trading Stamps with
one pound pure Pickling )C two cans Fncle Sam's
St'leea 3C Baked Iteans JL)C
Ten Green Trading Stamps with pound fresh roasted Santos
You will want your favor
ite newspaper, Tlie Omaha
Bee, to go along with you.
It 'is better than a daily
letter from home. Before
leaving give your order to
tiave The Bee mailed to
jnour "out-of-town address.
Tfib address may be
changed as often as you
wish. Telephone 897 or fill
out and mail us the blank
Ploaao havo Tha Pally and
Sunday Deo now going to
(Present address) . . . . . . . . ,m
3U7 A-BTl'NNINO BLOl'SK.
A smart separate blouse Is an Important
factor In the well gowned woman's ward
rob. It la to tie very much worn during
the o ml nn season The model shown Is
suitable to lace, silk, mull or a soft woolen
fitbiii- such as henrietta. voile or rhallta.
If desired for dressy evening wear the
wslKt would be charminK made of white
taffetas. t lie lucks edged with fulled
Italian lace and the elliow sleeves com
posed of ruffles of the lace. The blouse
U tucked In front and back and la finished
in I-Much square neck. A chemisette nf
.the same or a contrasting material coin.
pleies It. The making of the waist Is ex
tremely simple-and no one need hesltute
to undertake It aa It la a one piece waist.
4J'?-61t, 22 to O Inches bust measure.
For the accommodation of mailers of Ths
Be. these patterns, which usually retail at
from 24 to W cents each, will be furmsiied
at the nominal pi low of 10 cenia. a supply
la now kept at our office, so those who
Wish a,ny pattern roaor. gel It either by call
ing or enclosing 10 cents. addreMd "fat.
Vtei a PeiNurtineait, Otuaita.'
ItPUTT BTATE VETERINARIAN.
H. L RAMACCiaTTI, D. V. S-
Offlr. and Infirmary, ih Und Mason Sts,
OMAHA, VEB. Vaii.b4n. Us-
aont until 1005, or
until further ordors, to address
PATRONIZK HOME INDUSTRY.
TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS AND SUITCASES.
Genuine Matting Sultoises. very light. The newest
thin; out. Price f 3.60, $3.75 and $4.00.
WE DO REPAIRING.
Omaha Trunk Factory. 1209 Farnam St.
PEACE and COMFORT ara sura to coma to thosa who smoke
.-. - - - - I-
A FIRST-CLASS CIGAR WADE OF A FINE QUALITY HAVANA TOBACCO
F. R. RICK MERCANTILE CI OAR CO ST LOUIS.
S Tears' Experience.
1 Years In Omaha.
Blood Poison. Weak
ness. Book free. .
Box Tst. Office. E B.
Try the Want Ad
Columns of The Bee,
mm atKUABLBl STOSB.
TUESDAY'S BARGAIN BULLETIN
EVERY ITEM A SPLENDID VALUE. DO NOT FAIL TO SEE THEM
Cloak Department Specials .
Six economically Interesting Items from the great , Kranklln A Simons "
LADIES' WIlArrEHS-Worth np to $2.00. In sizes 32 to 44. lace and CO
embroidery trimmed, your choice Tuesday DUC
LADIES' WASH WAISTS-From the Franklin & Simons stork, worth" "iC
up to 7.V. at, choice ADC
WALKIXH SKIRTS-In prent variety of color, both plain and mixed. " 1 Ofl
values up to $.1.00, at, choice ' I.O
CHILDREN'S GINGHAM DRESSES-In pretty styl'esand wortn'si.oo' " I f
at, choice fllC'
$4KlJAP SILK WAISTS-In blue and brown,' a greatVnnp Tue'sdaVV "
Women's "oc Dressing Sacquea, very special barrjaln. 4rk
Special Wash Goods Sale
F?LyarI? 1 yard .7.'.. ''
We will place 10 other sales of nne' goods' 'to 'cYosej' "during" the day.'
Rousing Bargains Tuesday in Our
Furnishing Goods Department
FROM 9 TILT, 1ft A. M
Rc ROTS' WAISTS-In all sizes, both IIKht
and dark patterns, meat snap for tt
this one hour, at, choice IVC
FROM 1ft TILL. It A. M
LA,rT.,E9; FAJaT BLACK HOSE-Wlth flo,.
.c Hi-M hiki me, rKuiar iao qual- e
FROM 11 A. M
MEN'S Sn,K TIES-Four-ln-hnnd, club or
worth up to Bftp, on sale for this one hour,
MEN'S 60c SL'SPENDERS, on sale 25c
PIUMS, PLUMS, PLUMS
THE PEST OF THE SEASON.
We will have tomorrow morning-. Tuesday,
about 400 baskets of fancy home grown
Plums As long as thoy last we 1E
will sell them, per basket IOC
Ity, splendid bargain
. TILL 12 M.
midget all new fall patterns ami
limit of three to a customer, at..
Mr.ix a ific HOSTS-Oreat variety
of patterns at 14jC
CRABAPPLES, CMBAPrLES, CRABUPPLIS
NOTHING FINER FOR JELLY
Large mnrket basket fancy Plber- yc.
lan Crabapples, per basket AuC
PlhCHES, PEACHES. PEACHES
Large crates fancy California yellow Craw
ford Freestone Peaches. .
In sterling sliver, ranging from $4.00 to 13.00; also In
quadruple plate from 14.00 to $10.00. These are hand
some, good style cups. Spend a few minute la our
store and see them. Look for the name.
S. W. LINDSAY, Jeweler,
Ifilt Douglas Street
1 . -i
d An Win
For this occasion the Rock Island will sell
excursion tickets to Denver, Colorado Springs or
Pueblo and return, at the remarkably low rate of
Dates of sale, Aug. 30th to Sept. 4th. Return
limit, Oct. 7th (by extension). "
Three fast trains daily, leaving Omaha 7:20
a. m., 1:30 p. m., 8:55 p. m. Through Standard
and 'Tourist Sleepers and Day Coaches, Dining
Car service on all trains.
Special trains leave Omaha 7 p. m., Sept. 4th.
For further information, address
F. P. RUTHERFORD. D. P. A.
1323 Faroio St., Osaba, M. .
The janitor service in The Bee
Building is as near perfect as it carj
be, remembering that janitors are
human. Offices from $10 to $4?
per month several desirable ones
from which to choose.
SCHOOLS AM) OI.LKt.K.
.A HARDIN COLLEGE AND CONSERVATORY FOR LADIES
MJsuMW'FSftft Mndyear. The O
yLJdi'OilM Cooking and Bus
College a Untversltj trained faculty. Germ aw
ConserTator, la charge of speolallsta. Art, Kloeutlon,
loess Courses. For catalogue, address
JUHI W. MlULlUg, Pres., 4 UoUag. FUc at K I ICO, MO.
Oldest tad Urges! Milk 17 School
tht Middle Wil. Bend for catalogue.
LEXINGTON COLLEGE FOR YOUNG WOKEN
Lexlngtcn, Mo. (Near Kansas City). Founded 1896
fctffnor Bcverlo li'Apna, ptrector of Ifualr. prntnt fhrougtioul ts rar. Ilaitsa method.
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