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THE OMAHA" PATLY BEE: SUNDAY. MAY 13. 190
See Our Great
DEMOCRATS SICKEN AT DUNN
Hew Administration Diicuited atEurnam'i
Choice, Plant to Keep Herdman.
PROPOSES TO HAVE CORPORATION COUNSEL
R. seated at Doar Thraat Dowa Tlielr
Throat by Walter MoUa Kew
OfflrlaU Adopt Searest
Hraii of Relief.
111 " '
THB RELIABLE TR8
Announc-rn-nt t.y City Attorney-elect
Purnam that ho would appoint Ignatlu
Jehovsh Inir.ii f" Ills first RS'iMant means
the rrca'l"ti i-f I lie separate office of cor
porate n counsel, ncrordlng to Information
from souiir representing the new admin
lstrari"n. IJunn's selection at Mnlse's direction ha
aroused Indignation anion; many of the
cf!lcer-elert and better element of demo
crat and threat were made by counrllmen
that they would not confirm the appoint
ment. Inquiry ihowed them, however that
the attorney la the aole arbiter In the mat
ter of choosing hia assistant, and neither
the mayor nor the council ha anything to
aav about It.
i In view of the circumstance Mayor
Zlmman'a proposal to make the new office
of corporation counsel lias Increased
greatly In favor with the democrat from
I Mayor-elect Dahlman down; In fact. It wa
; aald In a semi-official way Saturday morn
ing that so great was the disgust over
Dunn' selection no doubt remained of
carrying out the plan.
A proposed, the corporation counsel
would receive !, a year. HI duties
would be to advise the mayor and other
1 city officer In legal matter and to pass
! approval as '.n form on all ordinances, ron
( tracts and other document requiring care
in preparation. He would be named by
, the mayor, subject fo confirmation by a
' majority of the council. Lawyer sny tho
charter definition of the effy attorney's
duties will not hinder the new office. To
. the city attorney and his assistant would
remain the litigation of all klnda in which
the city I lnvol?d.
Will llertmaa for the Plate.
It I no secret at the city hall that In n'l
probability W. H. Herdman, who for three
year has been assistant city attorney,
will be the first corporation counsel. Herd
man upported hi chief, a republican. In
the last election and his retention as as
sistant has not been counted on. Despite
thl fact It was not concealed by the demo
crat who hope for the bet from the ad
ministration that they desired Herdman
kept in a position where he could help it
by reason of the experience and familiarity
with municipal affairs he has acquired.
. Neither has It been any secret that Bur
nam In regarded as exceedingly light from
a professional standpoint for the place of
city attorney. No one xuppii.x-'d the demo
crats would win It atid he the only
niuu who could be induced to take the iinm
luHtlon. It w.is hoped he would appoint
HiTdmHr. as ;i.ssi-t.uii nr s n:ne ..titer hiv. yi.-
f prnwd caj.i.cit j . Tl.e Dunn unn.iuuee
nu nt Mirpi ied nearly uvcryuiif uud the
' "eJ'.ai'K" w.is .tw.ile ut ourt tlmt it ivj.ie
etit'etl i:;e hand .r, Walter Moist. It lias
not been chained up lo Mayor-elect Duhl
man, who. It H imdcrstood, has kei.t his
hands ( ff lit ' leeal department altogether.
Dahlman had a man in mind for second as
sistant. Iml as this office was abolished it
probur.ly will not be recreated In view of
the corporation counsel.
1'lnn to Mur Dnnn f-oni City Hall.
Hurnam' choice was announced Friday
nlhl. but wa not generally known until
the papers published It the next morning,
llcfole 10 o'clock officers-elect were holding
cunfe: ernes trying to figure out a way ot
barring Dunn from the city hall. After
iftlng th matter down It wu agreed the
creulinri ( the corporation counsel's office
would be the only way of keeping (lie ad
ministration from the mercy of Burnam and
"Dunn's reputation, his connections with
Vi'hUer AIoi.sc and his professional and pri
vate conduct generally make him odious to
tl.e majority of the men who will take office
Jday I'," said one of the number. "It is
a bad blow to the new administration and
will cripple it severely. Dunn, and not
Humani. will be tho real city attorney, uud
that Is another of the bad features."
l ' Z il . A m larL ' U Waaal I -. , . a R Jrl LA 4 4 1 ai V T
t ' I! tlf S rf lux tttn-tl 7i
i r 1 1 i . a. , jMisr ia i lwb m.
e. ay imw et
If he will not sell ArbuckW ARIOSA
write to us. We will gtipply you direct.
Vou will get greater value for your
money a better pound of coffee full
weight than he can sell you under any
other name. He cannot sell Arbuckles'
ARIOSA loose, by the pound out of a
bin or bag, because we supply it only in
sealed packages that you can identify
every time, which protect the coffee from
the dust and impurities that loose coffee
absorbs and Insure full weight. Coffee
exposed to the air loses its flavor,
strength and purity. You cannot tell
where It came from neither can the
grocer he may think he knows-but he
doesn't, and all you can ever know is the
price ticket. It is worth remembering
that outward appearance is no indication
of "cup" quality.
Grocers as a rule are honest, trust
worthy men who would not consciously
mislead you. Whenever one of them
advises you to take loose grocery store
coffee, instead of Arbuckles' ARIOSA,
he doubtless believes he is doing you a
favor, whereas he is really depriving you
of the most wholesome and delicious
beverage that you can buy, something
better than anything else he can sell you
for the price. The sales of Arbuckles'
ARIOSA Coffee exceed the sales of all
other package coffees in the United States
combined, and the business of Arbuckle
Bros, exceeds that of the four next largest
concerns in the world, simply because
the public actually receives better coffee
for their money in Arbuckles' ARIOSA
than they can buy in any other way. 4
Arbuckles' ARIOSA Coffee is good to
drink it quenches the thirst ana tastes
good. Most people need it. It aids
digestion, increases the power and am
bition to work and it makes one feel like
doing things no after depression.
United States soldiers drink more cof
fee than the soldiers of any other nation.
If your grocer does not sell ARIOSA
let us send you a
On receipt of ti.So, express or postal
money order, we will send io pounds of
ARIOSA in a wooden box, transporta
tion paid to your nearest freight station.
The ti.So pays for the transportation
and the coffee, which will be in the
original packages bearing the signature
of Arbuckle Bros, that entitles you to
free presents. Ten pounds ten pack
agesten signatures. If you write for A
it we will send free a book containing
full particulars and colored pictures of
nearly ioo presents for users of Arbuc
kles ARIOSA Coffee.
The price of coffee fluctuates we
cannot guarantee it for any period.
Address our nearest office, Box Dept.
Tl Water Street, New York City.
100 Michigan Arenue, Chicago, 111.
Liberty Avenue and Wood Ptreet, Pitubtirgh, Vi
421 South (Seventh Htreet, Ht. Louis, Mo.
T -y . r? 1
Big Sale Hammocks
for This Week
Full size, close woven
hammocks, full colored,
complete with spreaders,
$:oo values, QBC
" ' (ijVVoV-KT RETS
Set of 4 balls. 4 mallets,
stakes and wires, com
plete In a box. fQrr
per set " ,
Set of fi halls. 6 mal
1. ts, stakes and wires,
eumplete in a fiUp
per set pet
,,f ft balls. 8 mal- :
let", stakes and wires.
complete In a oox. pei
set Wc. A big line of
tiner sets, O Qg
Great Rarthqaake Sale.
Ireat earthquake sale. Sale of liquor for
bidden In San Francisco. .The San Fran
cisco Winery company haa consigned a car
load of high grade wines, such as ports,
sherry, claret, etc., to be sold at flnc on
the dollar. Consumers of line wines will
take iidvantage of this large unloading aa!.
The entire consignment will be placed on
ale as soon as It arrives. Watch the pa
pers. Hlller Llijuor company, 1309 Farnum
To the public: From the Increased demand
for ground the heretofore existing vehicle
lot at Omaha's polite resort, Krug Park,
has hen Abandoned. Suitable racks have
been mndo outside the grounds and care
and attention will be given as umial. No
hoi sea hereafter w ill be admitted.
W. W. COLE, Manager.
WATCHF.S-Frenar, l&th and Dodge at.
Very 1 Rate Taeaday.
Every Tuesday, balance of tha year, the
Chicago Great Western railroad will sell
bomeseekera' ticket to Minnesota, North
Dakota, and Canadian northwest at about
half rate; to other territory nrt and third
Tuesday. ' Write H. 11. Churchill, Q. A.,
1613 Fainani street. Stat number to party
nd when going.
Sterling Bliver-Frenier, 15th and Dodge.
flXRO lo St. I'aal aaa Mlaaeapolls
From Omaha, via Chicago Great Western
railway. Tickets on aale dally after May
II to Sept. 30. Final return limit. Oct. 51.
Equally low rate to other points In Minne
sota, North Dakota, Wisconsin and lower
Michigan. For further Information apply
to 11. 11. Churchill, Gen. Agt., 1&13 Farnam
iTrlE 99 CENT STORE"
i5ia Dodge St.
The Metrostyle Pianola
Is one of the
wonders of the
world. It has been
pronounced so by
the world's most
marking on the
Pianola music puts
your finger's end.
The price of this
King of Piano
Players is reduced
to 1250, which
puts them within
the reach of everybody.
ft We have a num
ber of Pianolas,
slightly used, which we are selling
out at greatly reduced prices,
ranging from $100 up. Also a
number of other makes of Players
at prices from $50 to $12S.
We have three new "Komi Maslo
Library" contracts, which give you
the privilege of huying a large
amount of mnslo oa small montby
payment, with an exchange privi
lege. Our Circulating Library eon
tains over 10,000 rolls of the world's
Plaao Flaysrs and Mnslo sold on $5
monthly pavment by
TEE SCHMOLLER & Ml'ELLER
1311 and 1813 Farnani Street,
'raone Douglas 1635.
Mil i "i'iUt ' " & '"it & ,3
- JT.Liht 1
will save in food each day far
more than ice will cost you. It
makes no difference what ice
costs, .you .cannot afford to
waste good provisions.
consists in using ice, but using
it in a refrigerator that does
not waste it. That's the Alaska.
We have the evidence to prove
it. See the family sizes at
$9.50, $11.50 and $14.00.
We Are the Real Thing for Rubber Hose and Lawn Mowers
John Hussie Hardware Co,
2407-2409 Cuming St;eet.
"If you buy it of Hussie, it's right."
DIAMONDS Fremer, 16th and Dadg sts.
DIAMONDS Edholui. lth Harney ata.
Men', boys', children clothing, hats,
ladles' jiiita. ktrts, millinery, etc . cash or
credit. Feople a Store. 18th and Farnam.
Engraved. Wedding Invitations A. 1.
. Root. (Inc.), ino Howard St., Omaha. .
CLOTHES don't make the
man, but they have nome
thlng to do with the opinion
you form of him. So with your
printing. Your prospective
customer is Impressed favorably
or unfavorably with the kind ot
printing you use. Is the
you ute the kind that will make
a good Impression?
What we furnish is.
MANGUM & CO.
109 S. I Jut St
TeL Douglas 1S5S
'The Nebular llypotheals" will be the
topic before the Omaha Philosophical so
ciety at Its meeting Sunday, May 11 Mr.
J. J. Point will deliver the opening ad
dress. An Interesting paper la assured.
Everybody Invited. Admiaslon free. The
meeting will open at t o'clock In Patterson
hall. Seventeenth and Farnam.
Wert. Den tint, aM-4 Paxton block.
In connection wltn the annual meeting of
tha Nebraska State Deqta! society, this
week, a large number of dental operation
will be performed absolutely free of charge
by tho beat dentist of the state. Persons
desiring uch work must present them
elvo at the Creighton Dental opllege. 210
8outll Eighteenth street, on Monday, May
14. Free extraction, with or without anaes
thetics, oa Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
Have Root print 1U
The trust have bouiit out
the Chancellor factory. .lub
bers want to unload their stocks.
We were fortunate enough to get
a large quantity at a very low
price. Monday morning they
go on siVTe at, straight 5c no
limit as ! quantity.
MYERS-D1LL0II DRUG CO.
16th ATID FARNAM
PER FIE LP PIANO CO.
C A Galveston, Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Corpus
JUChrlBtl, Tex. and return. On sale May 16th.
ft A El Paso, Tex. and return. On sale
UU May 15th.
r A Mexico. City and return. On sale
A A Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo and return. On
.UUsale May 15th.
Q'iiL CrtXew CaRtle- Grand Junction, Colo., Salt Lake City,
POtDJ and Ogden, Utah, and return. On sale May 15th.
H To all points In Oklahoma and Indian Territory, Ar
Sz flfl kansa8' Northern Texas and New Mexico. Southern
ani western Kansas, and return. On aale May 15th.
$600 Llncoln and return. On sale May 15th and 16th.
C Des Moines and return. On sala May 14th, 15th, 16th,
ss 1 ill), Z181
1st and 23rd
For further information ca 11 or write
F. P. RUTHERFORD, D. P. A.
1323 Farnam St.. Omaha
Pianos retailed m wholesale piict. Scud
The finest suite of offices ii Omaha
Do you want to occupy the handsomest offices in the town? These offices
are beautifully finished in oak. with polished hard wood floors. They have
plenty of good south sunlight, so they are bright and cheery in winter and are
cooled by the Bouth breezes in summer and are high above the noise and dust
of the street. The suite is located in the south-east corner of the sixth floflor of
THE BEE BUILDING-
There Is a large corner office facing south and east, together with a good
size private office, facing east. Each office has a separate entrance into ball.
The large burglar proof vault and a separte lavatory are conveniences not
always found In connection with offices.
This office may be occupied May Hirst. Apply to
II. V. llaker. Supt., r C. C. Iloaewater, Sec'y,
toom 418, or lo " ' lie office, Grouad Floor.
They ar the handsomest and most
destrahl shoes that were ever wrought
or leather. "
Glare and style a-plenty and at no
expense to service, i
Take our $4. no, or lo.OO Oxfords, for
Instance. They cling to your ankle
as though your foot was moulded In
This Store for Oxfords
Patent Kid. Potent Colt, Gun Metal
Calf or Tans.
FRY SHOE CO.
. Tha Shosrs,
I67j and Doult Sts
So essential to your
The pleasure ex
tends from your feet
to your pocket.
They are the very
best combination of
shoe sense and shoe
, leather. ....
THE BENCH MADE
Satisfies ' the man
who wants high qual
ity and perfect style.
Price, 4 to t6.
The $3.50 Onimod
pleave the man who
wants the best $3.50
At . this time wear
FROM FACTORY TO FEET.
LOW PRICE HIGH QUALITY.
We guarantee a perfect fit by
mail. Write for Style Book B-8.
This branch of our business has always
received first consideration with our man
agement, reollilng as we do that nothing
else ran equal In Importance to the patient
or hi mends the rorrect compounaing- or
the nhvsirian'n prescription.
80 varied Is our stock and so replete
with article needed at the bedside that
physicians and hospitals throughout the
west are forming tho "habit" of sending to
us for their supplies and especially for
such article as cannot readily be ontainea
at the ordinary drug store.
We especially solicit the requisition of
physicians, hospitals and public, aft well
as' other drua: stores In this city and the.
near lying portions of the west, for rare
druKS and chemical and al) . standard
Sherman & McConnell Drug Go,
Corner lsth and Dodge.
To the numerous new style of al
women's shoes we have shown this) 3
seaKon we have added another "The 91
Viola". It is already as popular aa J
"The Alice." The atyle is one-button
oxford, whole vamp, with crimped
mat kid top low effect In style sim
ilar to a, pump lightweight sole-
short vamp Cuban heel Patent Colt.
Just reoelved. all sties In women s
Pump, made of gun metal calf and .
Patent roll and white duck.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 farnam Street
OUR GREAT MAY
Is timed exactly to your spring clothing needs.
A saving opportunity that is exceptional at this,
season of the year. You only need to see these .'
offerings to recognize their superior bargain
worth, All are dependable garments from our
own high-grade stock.
MEN'S OUTINO SUITS are becoming more
generally popular each season it is the ideal '
summer suit and will make you comfortable'
if any suit can. "We are showing a splendid,
assortment in all the best styles, colors and
patterns; at $15.00, $12.50, $10.00, C flfl
$7.50 and JallU.
$12.50 AND $15.00 SUITS AT $7.50 AND $10
A handsome line of men's suits in the very
latest single breasted styles, great assortment
of the most popular shades of gray and brown, handsome fancy
mixtures and plain colors; special sale price, , T PA
$10.00 and I.Jll
$16.50 TO $18.00 SUITS AT $12.50 AND $15.00-Never before:
at this season of the year have we shown such surprising bar
gains in hand-tailored clothing all the finest features of custom-made
suits are shown in these garments you can't dupli
cate them elsewhere at $12.50 and $15.00.
Youths' Long Pants Suits Worth up to $7.50; spe- T Ar,
cial sale price, $5.00 and ; , viJJ
Young Men's Long Pants Suits Worth from $9.00 to "J C A
$12.50; sale price, $10.00 and
Finding our old quarters at 13fh
and Jackson streets, which we bad oc
cupied for a QUARTER OK A CEN
TURY, entirely too small for the
needs of our steadily Increasing busi
ness, we beg to announce that we
have REMOVED to our New Five
Story Building Opposite THE UN
ION' STATION, where we will be
pleased to supply your wants.
Call in person or telephone Doug
las 1431. )
M. WOLLSTEIN & CO., Inc.
Wholesale and Retail Liquor Dealers,
814 South 10th St.,
kv, Opposite Union Station. aj
Is fast approaching, and It Is time to begin looking around for that present
you naturally intend buying for somehody. Permit us. in this ronnertton,
'to rail your attention to our very large selection of Watrhes, always a fit
ting and useful present. We have an elegant Watch. Just the thing for
graduation gift a fine gentleman's watch, 16 else, Howard movement, In a
25-year 14-kt. gold filled rase, either In hunting or open-face
$.37.50 and $35.00
Hut our SPECIAL LIADE18 at more moderate prices are, however. Just
a good watches as anybndv needs. In regard to time-keeping qualities, ap
pearance and durability. For Instance:
Our gold filled, plain or engraved, twenty years' guaranteed case, with
Waltham or Klgln movement, five years' guarantee. 15 Jewel. Q
Our Special Ladies' Watch, beautifully engraved, double hunting fif
case, excellent movement, sold under our guarantee, only tm.yjKJ
However, you may find hundred of articles suitable to your particular
want, if you look in
AT THE SIGN OF THE CROWN
115 South Sixteenth Street
1 Opposite Boston Store, Omaha
Illinois Central's Excursion Bulletin
American Medical Association Meeting One fare plus 11-00,
tickets on sale May 31st to June 9th. good returning until Jun
18th, with privilege of extending until July 15th.
r Firttt Church of Christ Kcientit Meeting One fare plus $1.00,
tickets on sale from May Slirt to June 9th, good returning until
June 18th, with privilege of extending until July 15th.
Home Coming Week for Krutuckiaiis One fare plus 25o,
tickets on sale June 11th. 12th and 13th, good returning until Jun
23rd. with privilege of extending until thirty (30) days from date
ST. PAUL MINN.
General Federation of Woman's Club One fare plus $2.00,
tickets on sale May 28th to 31st, good returning until June 9th,
with privilege of extending until July 16th.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
National Council, Knights of Coluiuhu' Annual Convention
One fare plus $2.00, tickets on sale June 1st to 4th, good returning
until June 9th, with privilege of extending until June 30th.
German Baptist Brethren Meeting One fare plus $1.00, ticket
on Kale June 1st to 4th, good returning until June 15tb, with
privilege of extending until Jjine 30th. (
Tickets and further information at City Ticket' V)fnce, 140J
Farnam 8t., Omaha, Neb.
S. NORTH, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
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