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T1IE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, .1TTXE 2. lPOfi.
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To All Who Wish It
Why pay cash? We offer you lower prices
and give you all the time you wish to pay
PALACE CREDIT PLAN
Pick out merchandise you desire, pay a
little down and balance at the rate of .
You will not find our conditions burden-
IP some, difficult or embarrassing. We carry
I the largest line of Clothing of any Credit
m Store in Omaha The stvles are newer. th
j& fabrics better wearing and prices lower
Shoes, Hats and
If Douglas 0)i)g9 DoiI'Klas
Fourteenth XZlr Fourteenth
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LOCATION In SoaUreastern Montana between the Big Horn and Yellowstone rivers and
edjaomt to tha Burlington's Northwest main line south of Billings,' Montana.
DATES OF REGISTRATION June 14th to 28th.
; V DATS AND LOCATION OF DRAWING At Billings, Montana, July 2nd.
' " PLACES FOR REGISTRATION Billings, . Montana, Sheridan, Wyoming, both' located
0a the Burlington's main line-
CHARACTER OF LANDS About one million acres of land will be opened for settlement.
Of these 125,000 acres can be irrigated according to survey already made by the Government.
300,000 acres are very fine grazing and pasture lands. The farm unit to be drawn for is 160 acres.
EXCURSION RATES From points on the Burlington Route west of the Missouri River,
excursion rate is one first-class fare for the round trip to Sheridan or Billings, with a maximum
excursion rate of $20.00 from Omaha, Lincoln, Denver, and intermediate points. Tickets sold
June 10 to 26, final limit July 10th. ...
ARRANGEMENTS TO CARE FOR ALL WHO COME The business men of Billings and
Sheridan have made unusual preparations to take care of all who come to register for this drawing.
Burlington Agents will be supplied with rate circulars and special folders descriptive of
this Agency at the earliest possible date.
L W. WAKELEY, General Passenger Agent
1C04 FARIJAM STREET, OMAHA, NEBRASKA
New Rock Island
Train Service to
By change in time and increased service, effective June 3,
1906, Rock Island Lines afford the following convenient and
quick train service
Or.lAHA TO CHICAGO
Leave Omaha 3:25 a. m.
Leave Omaha 8:15 a. m.
Leave Omaha 4:20 a. m.
Arrive Chicago 5:15 p. m.
Arrive Chicago 10:25 p. m.
Arrive Chicago 7:17 a. m.
Leave Omaha 6:35 p. m. Arrive Chicago 8:15 a. m.
New Equipment. Electric-lighted drawing-room sleeping
cars, electric-lighted reclining chair cars and coaches. New
"Mission style" dining cars and coaches. BEST MEALS ON
4 For Tickets. Berths. Etc., Apply
F. P. RUTHERFORD, D. P. A.
1323 Farnam St Omaha. Ileb.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Formal Opening of the Country Club a
Most Successful Affair;
MANY VISITORS HONOR THE OCCASION
Eighth Grade tiridiatloa Eirrrlan
l rilrrdr an Sralor C la Crad
aatloa Toaltrht at the Hh
Testerday Km a (rule day tor tne mem
bers ot U.t South Omaha Country club.
The grounds and the newly completed
building- were thrown ojwn to the public
for the first time. The affnlr wm con
ducted In a strictly Informal manner during;
the afternoon. In the evening, however,
there wm a dinner and a sort of after
dinner pdw wow In the pavilion of the
bungalow, In which Mr. Cheek and others
talked a little of the object and flatter
ing outlook for the club. The Elks' quar
tet of Council Bluffs furnished music.
After the other features the guests engaged
In an inforjna) dance until 11 p. m. The
grounds were so far advanced toward com
pletion that several enthusiasts at the golf
ing game were out trying the ground during
the afternoon. Flags and bunting deco
rated the bungalow in which nearly all
the arrangements for the comfort of the
patron have been completed. There Is a
dining room furnished In antique oak which
accommodates twenty-five guests and with
it a complete kitchen. The kitchen pro
vided for 150 dinners yesterday evening,
which speaks well for Its capacity. This
kitchen occupies the north ertd of tho
bungalow. At the other end are the par
lors and the women's apartments. These
have been furnished In the essentials, but
the wall decorations and the mantel and
fireplace are left to the taste of the women
themselves. In the basement there are
commodious bath rooms with lockers in
connection. These will accommodate the
outfits of the players. A new pneumatic
pressure tank of 4.500 gallon capacity sup
plies the water. A system (of gasoline
lighting furnishes the house with an ex
cellent supply of light.
Fully sno paid the club a visit during the
course of the day. The officials feel much
elated over the outlook for the success
of the first season. There are now 140
paid up members and many more have
signified their intention of becoming mem
bers soon. The present officer of the olub
are: W. B. Cheek, president; Al Powell,
vice president; Dr. W. A. Cox, secretary;
C. E. Scarr, treasurer; board of directors,
W. B. Cheek, Al Powell, W. H. McCreary,
W. S. King, Q. M. Hamlll. A. L. Smith,
A. L. Hunter, W. B. Tagg, Dr C. M.
Bchlndel and C. W. Sears.
Much credit la due the entertainment
committee for the pleasure of the guest
which was so universal and to the perse
verance of the organizers of the cluD.
The view northward from the verandas
over the Missouri river toward Omaha
cap not be excelled In the state of Ne
braska. The abruptness of the bluffs it
that point leave every feature of the
landscape sharp and distinct.
Pablle School Exercise.
Last night was the evening given over
to the exercises of the preparatory and
the Eighth grade of the public schools.
The exercises were conducted la the high
school building, which will accommodate
all these pupil at the opening of the
autumn term of school. The freshman
class next year will contain over ISO, who
will enter from the grades. A large num
ber of patron attended the exercise of
last night. Th following was the pro
gram In full: 1 '
Columbia the Gem of the Ocean. D. T. Shaw
Invocation.. Kev. George Van Winkle
Old Folk at Home .Foator
Address Scholarship and Citizenship
Hon. K. U. Page.
The Lass With the Delicate Air Arne
Presentation of Certificates
President Board of Education
Mixed Chorus. '
The roster of the freshman class for next
year, subject to many correction from
various sources. Is a follows: '
Preparatory Grade Marie Berry. Ed
ward Bratton. Walter Bliss, Olive Bennett.
Ben CiHsna. Georgina Davis, Edward De
Toung, Joseph Formaney, William Foley,
Agnes Fitzgerald, Tracer Flynn, Josephine
Flnnegan, Otto Hall, Ida Hess. Francis
Huelett, Lena Hempel, Ruth Johnson, Pey.
ton Kryder, Anna Kavorik, Edna Larson,
Anna Lee, Joseph Murphy, Ruth Miller,
Margaret Mella, Stella McCarron, John
Nlehus, George Nelson, Harry Nelson,
Clyde Newklrk. Meta Peterson, Marls
Pollan, James Rasmuusen, Elmer Renstrom,
Earl Sage, Hlrd Siryker, Ella Sullivan,
Vlasta Sterba, Catharine Walsh, Blanch
Central School Rose Adams, Louise
Bergquist. William H. Bevlngton, Tony A.
Belohlavey, Bessie B. Clnek, Hattle A.
Fox, Anna Hansen, Ruth C. Howard, Olive
Lehmer, Bessie Morrell, Eileen M. Merrt
man, Elizabeth Mathews, Eli Michael,
Margaret C. Nolan, Julia B. Qulmby, Jay
B. Bmlley, Rose Vacek, Victor M. Wing,
Logan C Wright, Nora Wilton, Charles
Hawthorne School Vlrgle Brady, Angelu
Bteen, Eunice Conaway, Carl Dickman,
Alma Dickman, Henry Geest, Hulda Geest,
Irvine Graham. George McBrlde. Katha-
leen Nichols. Mary Richmond, May Ruben
stein, Majorle Smith, Laura Spraktes, Fred
Tronson, Ruth William, Ruth Wlnegard.
Jungmann benoul Nora Ackroyd. May
Anderson, Llbbin Hofman, William Kotro,
Marie Kotrc Mane Kramoiisch, JoseDh
Machal, Hazel Martin, John Plvonka, Anna
Redmond, Charles Simon, Anna , Bmlih,
James Stastney, Zdenka Sinkule, Bertha
Tobias, Mllo Vonasek, Maude Williams.
Brown Park School w llilam Alton. De a
Breckner. Alby Carlstow. Grace Carroll.
Eula Hutchinson, Julius Hansen, Elsie Kel
ler, Magdallne Llnd, James Mllota.
Highland school raul Anrrermann.
Charles Rlngo, Nellie Roy, Louis Rot he,
West Side School Bertha Brown. Albert
Burlln, Elisabeth Berlage, Mary Corrlgan,
Estella Crumrlne, Mary Derwln, Lilll
Fredlund, John Hamilton, Dennis Hogan.
Hattie Johnson, Patrick Kennelly, Eileen
McMahon. Mary McGoldrick, Mary Mella,
cuen xuiBKeii, nauer nyquisi, uvmen
U.tkknnk T MII.M a T-i. K ,
iwiuauiiij uitwu DRf iiwii, i uuuiaa oilta,
Jane Swift. John Whltten, Catherine Wil
Lincoln School Howard Bliss. Elmer
Bratton, John Byerly. Gertrude Casev.
Bertha Caughey, Gertrude Collins, Kern
Kuds. Holland JSnsor. Ellen EKirers. Km II
Gall, Gordon Inrhram. John Llay, James
Mitchell, J. Roger McElroy, Orrln Paddock.
Roy Pearson, Mary Routt, Millie Reel,
George Scoville, Harold Shevlln.
Gradaatloa Exercises Tonight.
The chief event of the week In the schools
come tonight in th high school com
mencement exercises at the auditorium. It
mark the exit of one of the most brilliant
classes lu th history of th Institution.
Many of th young women, besld being
brilliant students, are recognized for their
ability as musician and otherwise. The
class this year number twenty-seven. The
order of the exercises tor this evening Is
Processional March Class 19og
Orchestral accompaniment, "Our Superi-
ors," Kretschmer. Op. 137.
Overture Norma Devaur
t ally s Orchestra.
Vocal Solo Longfellow s "Living
Mrs. Earle Brown.
Invocation Dr. R. L. Wheeler
Overture Leona Schoenhelt
Commencement Address Th True Goal
Of Life Rev. I. M. KLrich
Overture Isle of Love
Presentation of Diplomas
Mr. Jay Laverty, President Board of
Orchestra Accompaniment The Pacifier
Presentation of Scholarship to Honor
Graduate Prof. N. M. Graham
Medley Overture Dazzler Mackle
Graduate Elna Adubell, commercial;
Lt-smr Bratton, German-xclentlnc; Lyda
Cunningham, classical; Thereea Dennis,
lu..tfl Iahl VlnlV. lAlln.a1.,.llif..
Uelns FreJlag. Latln-cientiAo; Thora Jen
sea. fiCwgOan. iUii Kk Laflcr, SfcgLub; An-
Thc kind of goods thtxt make friends for the Store
GTJR constant aim is to make each transaction so satisfactory that every pur
chasr will become a regular cutom;r- We try to make each article adver
tised even better than the adrertisomet says it is. We try to put into each
article sold, such value that the purchaser, after using the goeds, will bt better
satisfied than at the time of purchasing. This pelicy is bringing the people
of Omaha to Hartman's in ever-increauing numbers and making every day a busy
dnv for us. Credit cheerfully given. "'' s.i.i... ,. ,
TINWARE SETS, 35c
We offer to home furnishers of Omahi
an especially attractive bargain In the
seta of household necessities. Each set
consists of 12 pieces, namely: One lnri
Japanned dust pan, 1 wash basin, 1 soup
ladle, 1 baking dlsli, 1 cup, 2 le plates,
1 egg beater., 1 milk pan. 1 bmtMcg spoon.
1 nutmeg grater and 1 meat fork, all woll
made and durable articles, and all ar
Just such articles as are needed in every
home. Buy similar articles separately In
any department store In Omaha and the
set will cost you two or three times the
price we ask. Each packed In a nice
box. These kitchen
showers will be on
enl Saturday from
1 to 10 p. m.
I Ipt .Specials
Heavy substantial cabinet, char
coal packed and lined with gal
vanized Iron, removable metal
shelves and other sanitary Im
provements ha most perfect sci
entific cold air circulation. Cab
inet is made In colden oak finish.
Guaranteed In every perlcular.
f 1 Cash, 50c Weekly.
Har tman'a . Bed Combination,
Bed, Spring and Matt re as.
The bed, as shown above. Is a very elaborate design;
la handsomely ornamented with chill and large post
knobs; 1 enameled In all the popular color and com
bination colors. The springs are of strong construc
tion, with pliable steel fabric. The mattress Is mad
to our special order, and Is horonebly guaranteed.
Terms: 91 Cash, 60c Weekly.
The body la made of genuine
East India Reed, superior to
all other, la of the mi)t
handsome design and mort
durable construction; new
sleeper adjustment, extra
heavy rubber tires, and very
91 Cash, 50c Weekly.
America's Greatest Homefurnishers.
22 Great Stores Throughout the U. S.
1414 -1416 -1418 DOUGLAS STREET
gusta : Niehaus, German-scientific: Maude
B. Nixon, English; Hattle M. Roberts, c as
slcal; Irene Walther, English; Loretta Web
ber, commercial; Joseph Zeleny. commer
cial; Cora Barclay, German-sclentino; Mar
garet Broderick. English; Besse Dare, clas
sical; Emma Dickman, English; Louis
Frsnclsco, English; Christine Hansen, com
mercial; Helen Lane, classical; Grace Mc
Laughlin, Latln-aclentlnc; Harry Nixon.
English; Ella Peterson, classical; Hiram H.
Scoville, German-scientific; Mae L. Wlsh,
classical; Frances Wlllard. classical. '
Jail Filled With Tramp.
The South Omaha Jail was filled to the
limit last night with tramps. There was
fully twenty-five, which Is the largest num
ber In the recollection of the Jail official.
No reason la found for there being so many
In the city at one time. Twenty-six case
were tried yeeterday before Judge Kinr
and fully twenty of these were- for vag
rancy. The Judge dismissed about five and
the other fifteen were allowed the diversion
of serving ten days on the rock pile.
Lea- Broken by Fall.
A. J. Coatsworth, 1615 South Twenty-fifth
street, Omaha, fractured hi leg Wednes
day afternoon while about to take the car
at Thirteenth and Missouri avenue. He had
been vlltlng H. T. Brass of thl city. Mr.
Brass I his daughter's husband. When he
waa starting for home and on the sidewalk
he fell, caused by the slipping of hi
crutches. He was suffering from a fracture
which had not entirely knitted together.
The fall ruptured the old break. He was
taken horn In the ambulance.
Teamster Seriously Injore-d.
O. Huston, one of the driver for th
Glynn & Smith Transfer company, met
with a painful accident Wednesday after
noon at the old Hammond plant. While he
waa loading refuse lumber at the south end
of the plant on of the trucker dumped
a load of plank out of the sixth story
window. One of the planks fell with a
glancing blow oa Huston, cutting his Hps
and loosening acme ot his teeth. He fell
and the rest of the load landed on hi
back. He waa taken to hi boarding place,
where an examination showed that hi In
juries were not alarming, but aufflclent to
keep him from work a week or more.
Maarto City Gossip,
letter's Gold Tod Beer delivered to all
part of th city. Telephone No. a.
William BreecbeL Twenty-seventh and
Z streets, 1 rejoicing la the poaseMion of
a nsw daughter.
Joseph Seykora, 161 South Twenty
second street. Is planning a Ashing expedi
tion to Blue Lake, la., within the next
The Board of Equalisation will meet
Tuesday of next week and be In aesaion
ror two aays to receive tne cases or
grievance In the matter of assessment
arising from th work of th present i-stssors.
Saturday night the alumni of th South
Omaha High school will give a reception
In honor or tne graduate or tne present
year at th Ancient Order of United Work
men temple. Following th reception t lie re
will be an informal ball. Members of the
association who have not received their
invitations may receive them by calling
Claude Orchard Twenty-third and U
Oa Far for Ronad Trip,
plus 11.00 from Chicago to Boston and
return, via Nickel Plat Road, May II
to June , Inclusive. Also excursion rales
via New Yerk City. Extended return
limit July IS. John T. Calahan. general
agent, room Ift, lit Adam street, Chi'
DEMOCRATS FOLLOW SUIT
Take I'P Repablleavas riaa of Com
olalaar tho Coaaty ssi Co
C roasloaal Coavealleas.
Th democratic congressional committer
ha decided to follow the plan adopted by
the republican and hav delegates to th
convention choen at the prlmarte July
I. Th convention dat la to b an
nounced later. Gilbert M. Hitchcock la
the only congressional candidate who ha
loomed up so far. He wants to be nomi
nated for congress and at the same time
pose as a senatorial candidal In hope
of th legislature going democratic
But one democratic delegation for th
tat convention will b tiled. It will.
Hitchcock' personal friends say, support
th Hitchcock demand for a referendum
vote on the senatorial proposition and
stand as favorable to hi candidacy gen
erally, Th delegate' candidate for gov
ernor will depend upon who bosses. The
Herdman crowd 1 shouting for Bhallen
berger, but ahould th Dahlman guber
natorial boom grow Into something tangi
ble the delegation. It la expected, would
get behind th mayor.
JOKE PLAYED ON C. C. WRIGHT
Bom On Bend Him Telegram with
Webster's Nam that Jar
Carl C. Wright delivered John L. Web
ster's Memorial day address at Hanscora
park. Mr. Webster planned to execute th
undertaking himself, but at the last mo
ment he was called to Cheyenne., Having
confidence in Mr. Wright oratorical
powers, he wired him to do th job. Wright
reaponded gallantly and was presented
with a big sheaf of rose, but still ha
doubt whether they were meant for blm
On th evening of Decoration day th
telephone rang at th Wright home. It
waa related there was a telegram for Mr.
Wright. Th latter Instructed It be read.
This was what Mr. Wright beard:
Understand you spoiled my speech on de
livery. What wo th matter? John L.
Th Northwestern attorney nearly col
lapsed from surprise. He waa about to
hang up th receiver when the voice said
there was a postaertpt.
"What Is Itr aaked Wright In creetf alien
"Th meesag reads: 1 want that bou
quet you got.' "
Not until then did Wright perceive that
some of his friend bad put up a practical
Joke on him.
ftnrrflflarf by clearing from th Blood
WWII th poisonous wast prod-
acts that thicken th blood and clog th cir
culation. To cure your disease or maintain
rood health it Is necessary that th warm
if current of good pur blood flow frly
to every part ot th body. It must appro
priate and carry In the UDy nourishment,
and also carry out the daily waste. When
the circulation is clogged it causes Cold
Hands and Feet, Catarrh, Taking Cold Eas
ily, Sallow Complexion, Poor Nutrition,
Lung Trouble, Weakness and Depression.
IV I Ira th clrcuultioh clogged the common
If I III practice ot resorting to alcoholic or
strichnine tonics to whip up the heart and
fore th circulation is exceedingly dangerous,
may rupture a blood vessel, produce varices
veins, or make th user a victim of drag
habits. But so long as th blood is loaded
with waste can do no permanent good.
EIIm I mm is th Remedy. It restore
"liwM'nll the natural circulation by
cleaning th Blood. It dissolves th poison
so they can be excreted by the Kidneys.
This permit the blood to move forward
without high preasur and overcomes the
Book of 64 page by Dr. E. C. Scott
with very bottle, or sent by mail on request.
Ask your Druggist for E-lim-i-ao, 1 -u. bottle
$1. Accept nothing else.
Eximimo MiotciNB Co., Des Moines Iv
TO KEEP IN GOOD TRIM
MUST LOOK WELL TO THE
CONDITION OF THE SKIN.
TO THIS END THE BATH
SHOULD BE TAKEN WITH
AH Qroetn mmd Dnatnta
HERB you will find an assortment'
of the handsome new Oxford
Blue and Oxford Striped Suitings for
mid-summer warlng that will glad
den the heart of every good dresser.
We want you to see them. Some
are In single patterns only tomorrow
the pattern you would like best may
Trousers, $5 to $12 Suits, 520 to 550
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tlful rooms and 1 looate4 at 11th and
MoOee street In th shopplnc district.
r"'r if4' "lock from th Kmorr,
Xflrt. Thayer dry gooit store; near all
TltllSiei hi 131 tmmmm. Bet aa4 CM tasahsa
star w Bvery Reeex. IwiwBil Cal. Perleal
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COLLEGE Classical, sclentlno, phlloa.
ACADEMY An accredited Illfh School.
Prepare fur Belle vu or any other col
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f.OhUAL SClIOOIv-Elementary and sd.
CONHKHVA TORT Theory of music, pi
ano, voire, violin, elocution and art.
CONNKCTIONS-Ulectrto line and Bur
Fall cemeater open Beptmbr It.
Addrese lrealdeat Wadssronh, aialleva.
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