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THE OMAHA DAILY HEEt THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1905.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTn OMAHA
Tweutj-Fourth 8tret Paring Mod Along
Aaother 6tfp Toward 8Urtiig.
CONTRACTORS FILE BONO WITH THE CITY
naapll PpoM to llpcir Money
to Pay for Work aad Matter
Begins to' Look Mora
A gxl start towards the Twenty-fourth
treet pareroent was mad last night when
the city council met in adjourned session.
Borne tlma ago the contract for this pave
ment waa let to Parka, Johnson Parka
and It waa agreed that Pittsburg block
brick waa to ba used. Lest night a change
In the material was made from Pittsburg
block to Purlngton block. The price per
square yard remains the earn. After these
changes had been made tn the contract
and approved by all parties concerned
Tarks, Johnson A Parks filed a surety
bond for no.or and thla bond waa at nca
approved by the mayor and council.
An ordinance providing for the Issuing of
bonds In the sum of $(W,onO for the payment
of the city's portion of the cost of the re
paving was rend for" the first time and re
ferred to ' the Judiciary' committee. This
ordinance will come up for a second reading
today at an adjourned meeting. These
bonds will run for twenty years, bear date
of September 1 and ar to draw Interest at
the rate of 4H per cent. The bonds are to
be numbered from 1 to 120, Inclusive, and
be Issued In the denomination of $500 each.
The form of bond to be used waa read and
The plans for the fire department head
quarters building were agreed upon and
Clerk Olllln was Instructed to advertise for
bids for the construction of the building.
These bide will be received until September
5. Property owners were given permission
to grade the alley between Twenty-fifth and
Twenty-sixth streets and A and B streets
at their own expense.
Ootalde School Dooms.
On account of the delay In completing the
additions to school buildings In time for the
opening of the schools' It will be necessary
for the Board of Education to rent tempor
arily seven outside roomj. Two outside
rooms for the Lincoln school will be needed,
one for the Hawthorne and four for the
Madison. Even with these outside rooms
It Is expected that the school rooms all
over the city will be fairly crowded. In
case the annex building 'now being moved
, from Twenty-sixth and M streets to Brown
park could have been ready for use on
September 11 it would have been necessary
for the board to have rented only three out
side rooms. .
Last June the school census was taken
and the enumerators' returns show 6.743
children of school age In the city. The en
rollment for the last school year was 6,027,
while tha average number belonging for the
school year was 3,904. Of the number be
longing 3,190 were In the first six grades
and 704 in the last six grades. These latter
figures show that a large proportion of the
pupils of the schools here quit school and go
to work after having gone through the first
Will Open Tblrty-Foorth Street.
For. about six years residents in the south,
western portion of the city have been
wanting Thirty-fourth street from U to V
streets opened. In Order to do this it wns
necessary to purchase two lots In Sullivan's
addition. It was agreed Wednesday by the
mayor and council to purchase the prop
erty needed and the street will be opened.
An agreement with the owners was reached
Tuesday whereby the twp forty-foot lota
could fee, sesuwd for flf each. As the prlco
was lower than had previously been quoted
the city officials decided to agree to take
Within the next few days the deal will be
consummated and then the work of opening
the street wHl ommence. Property owners
In the vicinity mentioned will be glad to
learn that the street is to be opened with as
little delay as possible.
Oeorsxe Vanannt's Bereavement.
Wednesday morning Isabelle, wife of
George V. Vansant, died at the family resi
dence. Twenty-third and I streets, after an
illness covering a period of nearly a year.
Tuesday morning Mrs. Vansant appeared to
be quite cheerful, but later hi the day she
was taken with pulmonary hemorrhages
and Dr. C. M. Sehlndel sent for. It was too
late for the physician to give any but tem
porary relief. The deceased was the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Bright of Pacific Junc
tion and the remains will ba forwarded
there today, where funeral services will be
held. Mrs. Vansant leaves many friends
here who sincerely regret her death.
Money tor Movlagr Grata.
Banks out In the state are drawing on
their accounts at tha South Omaha banks
for currency to be used in moving grain.
Heavy shipments of currency are made
dairy and will continue tor some time.
Even with the withdrawal of currency from
the banks here the balances of the country
banks are not being decreased, as checks
and drafts arrive with almost every mail
to take the place of the currency shipped.
If anything, the accounts of the country
banks are increasing instead of decreasing.
Two Saspeeta Arrested.
Frank Williamson and Thomas Jones are
the names given by two young men now
held at police headquarters awaiting an In
vestigation. Chief Brlggs and Captain
Shields think that they have made a good
catch. Williamson was arrested here Tue.
day night and Shields was on the point of
starting for Omaha to look for Jones, when,
the latter called at the station and asked
how much money It would take to get Wil
liamson released. "Jones appeared to be so
anxious that he was locked up. Wednes
day afternoon both prisoners were ques
tioned ' and told a, number of conflicting
j Bobberies are occurring almost nightly
and from' the style of the work one or two
men are committing most of the crimes.
When a- house la entered only money is
taken. Jewelry being left behind. An extra
effort is being made by the police- to put a
stop to these robberies.
Mrs. Do Lajiney's Condition Critical.
The condition of Mra,.E. L. De Lanney
was reported to be critical Wednesday aft
ernoon. There now seems to be but slight
hope for her recovery. Mrs. De Lanney has
hosts of friends here who are sincerely
hoping, for her recovery.
Improvement Club Meeting Toalarht.
This evening there Is to be a meeting of
the Highland Park Improvement club at
the Lincoln scheolhouse. Secretary Outld
tates In tha call that several matters of
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OMAHA MEN AND
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Importance are to be considered. Every
member Is urged to attend and those In the
neighborhood who have not yet Joined the
club are Invited to hand In their names to
Magle City Gossip.
Cudahy Is making some alterations to his
hog killing department here.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Murdock have re
turned from an outing In the west.
Stephen Welsh has gone to Excelsior
Sprlpgs, Mo., to spend a week or ten days.
The condition of John C. Carroll was re
ported to be rapidly growing worse last
8. F. Sehlndel and family of Hagerstown,
Md., are here, the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
C. M. Sehlndel.
Bee Hive lodge of the Masons will give
a picnic at Manawa thla afternoon and
evening. Special street cars will be pro
vided. Miss Julia Lynch has returned to her
home In Chicago after a pleasant vlnit
with Miss Ktley, Twenty-second and H
John Raab and family, Twenty-first and
II streets, left last night for Hprlngneld,
III., to visit relatives for two or three
Success lodge of the Royal Achates will
hold a special meeting Friday afternoon at
the office of Dr. VauSlyke, Twenty-fourth
and N streets.
On Tuesday evening, August 29, the ladles'
auxiliary of the Young Men's Christian aa
toclatlon will give a lawn social and musi
cals at the home of Dr. and Mrs. A. T.
Everett, Twenty-first and H streets.
R. H. Oraham, superintendent of schools
at Wymore, was operated on at Clarkson
hospital yesterday for appendicitis. The
patient Is a brother of N. M. Graham, prin
cipal of the South Omaha High school.
,'. to tub: harvest fields
Of Minnesota, North and Sonth Dakota
Every day during the month of August
the Chicago Oreat Western railway will sell
to parties of Ova or more harvest hands
tickets to towns in the , above states at
greatly reduced rates. For further Infor
mation apply to S. D. Parkhurst, General
Agent, latf Farnam St., Omaha, Nab,
Gives Everybody m Look.
A window that is attracting unusual at
tention and comment on account of the dis
play it contains Is that of Dreshe.r, the
Tailor, 1515 Farnam street. Of all the en
terprising tailors In Omaha, Mr. Dresher
takes the lead. This latest window display
he calls his "Foreign Window," for the
reason that It contains nothing but English
made woolen shipped direct to him from
London, England. On the window is posted
a letter from Burberry Co. to the London
woolen house from whom Mr. Dresher
made his purchase. The patterns are all
pretty and the demand for them this fall
will be very great. Dresher Is the only
tailor In Omaha who carries these citterns.
t, Pnnl and netarn
DULUTH. ASHLAND AND BAYFIELD
DEADWOOD AND LEAD .
VERT LOW RATES NOW
TO ALL POINTS EAST
via The North-Western Lino
City Offices 1401-1401
f.M to Cl
Chicago Great Western Railway.
Tickets on sale every Friday and Satur
day. Final return limit the following Mon
day. Good Ashing, boating, bathing and
other outdoor sports. Reasonable hotel
rates. Tourist sleeping cars run on Satur
day night train. For further Information
apply to 8. D. Parkhurst, O. A., 1511 Far
nam street, Omaha, Neb.
Row York and, Philadelphia
cannot bo more pleasantly or conveniently
reached than by the Grand Trunk-Lehjgh
Valley Double Track Route via Niagara
Fails. Solid through trains, magnificent
Descriptive literature sent free on appli
cation to Geo. W. Vaux. A. O. P. T. A.,
Grand Trunk Railway System, 13$. Adams
Cheap Rates To Clear Lake and
VIA CHICAGO GREAT WESTERS RAIL.
Tickets on sale every Saturday. Final
return limit the following Monday. Good
nahlng, boating, bathing. Reasonable
hotel rates. For further Information apply
to . D. PARKHURST. General Agent.
. 1511 Farnam St., Omaha Neb.
G. A. H. to- Ueavcr.
Special tourist sleeping cars will leave
the Burlington station at 4:10 p. m. Sep
tember 4, Joining the official headquar
ters train at Lincoln. For berths and
Information apply at Burlington ticket
office, UOx Farnam street.
Harry B. Davis, undertaker. TeL let.
GATK8 Herbert E., of Omaha, at the home
of hia mother In Denver, Colo. t
Funeral services from the family home,
1270 Logan avenue, on Wedneaday afternoon
at 3 o clock. Services conducted by the
Very Rev. Dean Hart of St. John's cathe
dral. Servtoea at Trinity cathedral, Omha,
dale to be announced later.
M'HRIDE Aaron. Auguat . at his home,
11J Howard. aed 64 yeara. 4 months.
Funeral from realdnce Ttiuraday 1 p. m.
Interment Forest Law a. Friends invited.
ERIJ Klward B , Auguat tL lAineral
eorvtcee at hi a. in. Thursday at residence,
HU Chicago slroel
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Riding the Goat.
ORPHEUM PRICE AGREED 10
Figure Kamed by Street Railway Company
Aooepted by Circuit Direotort.
SALE OF BUILDING NOW UNDER WAY
President Meyerfeld and Manager
Beck Report to Buardand Archi
tect Kxamlnes Walla for
Word has been received that the Orphfeum
Circuit company would pay the price,
1175,000, asked by the Omaha & Council
Bluffs -Street Railway company for the
stock? held in the Crelghton Orphcum
theater building In this city.
Prior to the recent visit of President
Meyerfeld of the Orpheum Circuit company
and Manager Beck of the same company,
the architects of the concern who havo
superintended the construction of severe!
theaters were sent to Omaha to examine
Into the condition of the theater building.
They were to report especially on the
condition of the walls of the stores on
Harney and Fifteenth stVeet, as to whether
they were constructed with a view to
adding a third and fourth story. The
architects were able to report that the
walls would stand for the addition of the
The price asked for the theater building
was in the neighborhood of $175,000 and
the company evidently considered this a
reasonable figure In consideration of the
fact that Omaha Is a good theate'r town
and that the building Is located In the
midst of the new retail district of the city
where rents are sure to be large.
The lease of Carl Relter, manager of the
Orpheum, has another season to run, but
owing to the pending negotiations for the
sale of the building he has not yet renewed
The street railway people were averse
to discussing the details of the deal just
now, but word comes through reliablo
channels that the board of directors of
tha theater circuit have agreed to the
terms offered by the owners and the deal
Is expected to be consummated at once.
PURE FOOD SHOW A SUCCESS
Maaager Dean Makes Report to
Retailers in Executive
The Nebraska Retail Merchants' asso
ciation met In executive session at the
Pure Food show at the Auditorium last
night and transacted business of a routine
nature. Manager J. D. Dean made a re
port to the members present of the re
ceipts and expenditures during tha ten
day exhibit, and, although the exact fig
ures are not given out, it Is understood
that the show has been a success from a
The secretary of the association reported
a to the various towns visited by the
several committees during the year, and
bis report also contained some of the ad
justment of various freight rate difficultly.
These rates were all adjusted In a sails
factory W.y. The president's report con
tained some recommendations for the con
duct of tho" association's work for ths com
Tonight and tomorrow win be the last
opportunities for Omaha people to witness
the exhibit of the Pure Food show. Last
night's demonstrations were witnessed by
a large crowd, the various booths being
patronised extensively, the "Advo" elec
tric kitchen, the Paxton & Gallagher
booths and the Beatrice Creamery com
pany exhibit still seeming to be the favor
ite places to test the samples given out.
The Calumet baking powder also receives
a large patronage for their samples of the
biscuits made from their flour.
MERCHANTS TO ELECT TODAY
Retailers of state Will Choose Offleeas
and Discuss Matters of Trade
The Nebraska Retail Merchants' associa
tion opened Its two days' session yesterday
afternoon at the Auditorium. President
Tungblut delivered his annual address and
the reports of officers and committees were
read. Mayor Moores was unable to make
an address of welcome, as had been
planned, on account of a bronchial affec
tion. Members of the association spent a part
of the afternoon testing the samples at the
booths of the pure food show. The asso
ciation will meet today at t o'clock for
election of officers and the program of ad
dresses and discussions, which Is as fol
lows; "Lawa for Business Men." Philip Gllem.
Danburv; "Parcels post," open d lacuna Ion:
"Pure Food." exhibitors of the food show!
Cash inst rredlt." O. C. Thompson!
Blair; -Credit Rating," J. B. Conlngkam
Omaha; 'The Press," representatives oi
Omaha newspapers; "Catalogue Competi-
a!00',' .fTJ' A"?.11' A"; "Local UVrne
IrsJe," Daniel Carr, Omaha.
There will be a special meeting of locaj
S, 1 U. 8. E , at Washington hall Thurs
day, Auguat 24. All members requested to
be present. secretary of L U. 8. K.
BIG FIRE AT CAS PLANT
Building and Furl Destroyed to Amount of
Twenty Tbousaod Dollars.
ST0NTANE0US COMBUSTION THE CAUSE
Blase Observed First la Pile of
Slack Coal by Kmployes at
. Three O'Clork la tha
Spontaneous combustion Is believed to
have been the cause of a costly fire
Wednesday morning at the Omaha Gas
company plant at Twentieth and Cen
ter streets. The fire originated In and
was confined to the large coal and
coke sheds, the estimated loss on both
building and fuel being placed at $20,000.
It Is hard at this time to figure the loss
on the coal and coke, which Is covered
with chaired wood, but Secretary Cla
baugh of the gas company believes $30,000
will be a fair estimate of the loss sus
tained. The loss was fully covered by In
surance. The fire was noticed by employes of the
plant about S0 a. m. In a pile of slack
coal. With a large hose the men fought
the fire until they thought they had It
under control, only to find It bn-aklng out
In another place and with considerable
fury, so much so that the firemen at
Eighteenth and Harney streets could see
the smoke. A fire alarm then was turned
In and after some hours the fire was ex
tinguished. A line of hose was left play
ing on the mass of coal and coke to make
sure the flames would not break out again.
The fuel shed destroyed was 125 x40 feet
and of considerable height. It burned
down to the foundation. . The new elevator
shed also waa damaged, while tha ele
vators and machinery used for moving
the coal and coke from the huge bins
were not damaged to any extent.
The superintendent of the plant is out
of the city, but one of his associates
placed an estimate of the stock of coal
and coke on hand at about 300 tons of
' Iowa itate Fair.
For this occasion the Rock Island will
sell excursion tickets to Des Moines and
return at one fare for the round trip.
Dates of sale, August 24 to September 1,
Inclusive; return limit, September 1 Trains
leave Omaha 3:36 a. m., 7:36 a. m, 11:50
a. m., 4:80 p. m. and 6:40 p. m. For fur
ther Information call or address .
F. P. RUTHERFORD. D. P. A.,
1323 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb,
Benson Will Speak on Municipal Own
The Orchard Hill Improvement club will
meet at the home of Mrs. McCumher, For
tieth and Charles streets, Thursday even
ing at 8:30 sharp. Hon. E. A. Benson will
give an address on "Municipal Ownership."
Members and friends of the club are In
vited. Evangelist E. G. Masters, who created
quite a stir among the grafters at El Reno
and Brfneateel during the openings, pitched
his large tent ope block south of Leaven
wtfrth, on Twenty-second street, last night
and has opened ' up the gospel battery
against sin, sickness and Satan and will
continue for ten days, assisted by a com
pany of workers and singers. Special
features will be chalk talks and plain talks
on repentance, holiness healing and Chris
tian unity. All are invited to come and get
hit, hurt and healed. Services at S p. m.
each day and three times on Sunday.
Getting After Inebriates.
''Habltttat drunkards afM drug victims are
not receiving much merry at the hands
of the police or police Judge these davs.
Under- the provisions of the recently en
acted dypsomanlac law several Inebriates
have been committed for lnvestlgminn be
fore the Insanity board. Wednesday inorn-
The Best Hot Weather Medicine
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PREVENT ALL SUMMER BOWEL TROUBLES
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Best Agricultural and Stock Raising Region. Soil deep, rich and
productive in the growing of Wheat, Corn and Alfalfa. Purchase
1 price from $5 to $36 per acre, which equals the returns of the
$50 to $150 per acre lands of other States.
eUMATE IDEAL, AMPLE RAINFALL
Buy quick and secure the benefit of an excellent investment.
Write for further information, illustrated literature and
L W SETTLERS' RATES
H. C. TOWHSEHD, General Passenger and Ticket Agent, ST. LOUIS, MO.
TOM HUGHE8, Trav. Pass. Agt. TH08. F. GODFREY, Pass. Ticket Agt.
8. E. Corner 15th and Farnam, Omaha, Neb.
Ing In police court Mike Farn waa "Ined
$10 and costs by Acting Pollre ludgo Fos'er.
F,agnn la one of the familiar charoters
In pollce circles and his arrest Is be
coming a thing of frequent occurrence.
LOW RATES FOR OLD VETERANS
soldiers Who Marched with the
Grand Armies Can Travel to
The coming national encampment of the
Grand Army of the Republic at Denver,
September I to I Inclusive, will be the
thirty-ninth annual meeting of that bodjv
The present national officers are: John R.
King, Baltimore. Md., commander-in-chief;
George W. Patten, Chattanocga, Tenn.,
Junior vice commender-ln-chlef j Warren R.
King, Greenfield, la., surgeon general;
John E. Oilman, Boston, Msss., adjutant
general; Wlnfleld Scott, Srottadale. Arl
chaplaln-ln-chlef ; Lee S. Esfirlle, Omaha,
Neb., Inspector general; Amos M. Thayer,
St. Louis, Mo., Judge advocate general;
Charles Burrows, Rutherford. N. J., quar
termaster general. The national council
of administration consists of one repre
sentative from each state and territory
of the union. Andrew Traynor of Omaha
is the representative from Nebraska.
One cent per mile Is the rate fixed by
the railroads. This makes the fare from
Omaha $10.75 for the round trip; Lincoln,
$9.70; Kearney, $TJ0: Hastings, $7.76; Mc
Cook, $6 10; Grand Island, $S36; Ord. $Sflft;
There Is no rate In Nebraska higher than
$10.76 for the roundtrip. and this only from
Omaha, Nebraska City and Falls City.
The lowest round trip rate in the state Is
from McCook. $5.10.
National headquarters will be at the
Brown Palace hotel for all the national
bodies. State department eadquarters will
be located as follows:
Nebraska, Vermont, Michigan, Colorado,
Wyoming, Rhode Island, at the Albany
Maaaachusaetts, Ohio, Indiana, Pennsyl
vania, California, Nevada, at the Brown
Illinois, New Hampshire, Wisconsin, Min
nesota, Iowa, at the Adams hotel.
Missouri, Oklahoma, Indian Territory, at
the Metropole Hotel.
New York, District of Columbia, at the
Savoy hotel. '
North and South Dakota, at the Oxford
Maine, Maryland, at the St. James hotel.
Kansas, West Virginia, at the Windsor
Connecticut, at the Lafayette apartments.
The only candidates thus far prominently j
mentioned for the office of national commander-in-chief
are "Corporal" James Tan
ner of New York and R. B. Brown, past j
department commander of Ohio. j
Alive and Ulad of It.
Police Surgeon J. F. Langdon was called
to 911 Capitol avenue about S o'clock last
night to attend Odessa Kingsbury, colored,
who had taken a dose of laudanum with
suicidal Intent. Odessa became despondent
over the fact that her lover was paying
attentions to another woman. Dr. Lang
don administered the proper kind of medi
cine and the would-he suicide was pulled
through without much difficulty. In the
meantime the lover returned and when the
Kingsbury woman saw him both wept
tears of forgiveness.
Mortality Rtatlstlea. j
The following births and deaths hnve .
been reported to the Board of Health dur- j
lng the twenty-four hours ending at noon
Births William P. Morrow, 2B11 Charles,
girl; George Paxton, 4102 North Twenty,
Deaths Anna Kazmalrskl, South Omaha,
12; Aaron McBrlde, lfil3 Howard, 64; Phillip
Bernholts, Carroll, la., 78.
Mrs. F. C. Best and Miss Heywood have
returned from a two weeks' outing at
Among the state arrivals stopping at the
Murray are: i. W. Munger of Hastings,
W. A. York and Oliver Cunningham of
New Castle, Neb., and F, H. Arts of Petersburg.
School Shoes for
Boys' and iris'
Today you will have an opportunity to select
school shoes for the children. Our new line is ready
and is one of the best assortments we have ever offered.
The lines are complete in every respect and every shoe
is constructed on foot-form lasts the modern method
of fitting growing feet of children is on foot -form lasts.
Boys' satin calf lace shoes, good plump soles and
extension edges, made on the new London toe:
Sites 2yt to W, at . .$1.50 and $1.25
Sizes 13Va to 2, at. . . .$1.35 and $1.10
Sues 9 to 13, at $1.25 and 93c
Boys' Casco calf, indestructible shoe, rnade with
good heavy soles, with wire quilted nails in sole:
Sizes 2V, to 5Vi, at $1.65
Sizes 13 Vi to 2, at $1.50
Sizes 9 to 13, at $1.45
Boys' box calf, best grade, with good oak soles and
extension edges, shoes that have style and lots of wear:
Sizes 2Va to bl2, at ". $1.93
Sizes 1314 to 2, at $1.75
Sizes 9 to 13la, at $1.48
blisses' and children's Dongola kid laoe and button
shoes, good plump soles, extension edges, patent tip,
Sizes 5 to 8, at $1.00
Sizes 8Vi to 11, at $1.25
Sizes liy2 to 2, at $1.50
Sizes 212 to 5Y2, at . .$1.98 and $1.50
THE ORIRIKAI, remedy that "kills tha Dandruff Oerra."
GOING-1 GOING-!i GONE III
IHfc LAUItb OUJht.1
to a gummy and sticky hair dressing,
or one that is full of sedimentary
chemicals Intended to dye the hair.
The marked preference for a dainty
dressing, particularly one that over
comes excessive oilineas and leaves
IM nalr light and Duffy. Is reflected
OEVrTIi JWTETT EEEP105IWILL
Sraf saves, St.. Srae c stans. la lEVKIDtCO., Peat. i. rsMrsH. Mica., far !.
SHERMAN & McCONNELL DRUG CO., Special Afuntg.
APPLICATIONS AT PROMINENT BARBER SHOPS.
The janitor service , in The Bee
Building is as near perfect as it can
be, remembering that janitors are
human. Offices from $10 to $4?
per month several desirable ones
from which to choose.
WE IT' 100 LATE FOiHtEPOa
in tne enormous Bale oi nijroi
Herpldde. Ladles booome enthusiastic
over Its refreshing quality and ex
quisite fragrance. It destroys the
mlcroblo growth tn ths scalp, tmres
dandruff, stops falling balr and gives
it a silken glosa. STOPS ITCHJLNO
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