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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1900.
PLAN TO RED1STR1CT COUNTY 'rn
OMAHA WTATHER FOHKOA'T Taeaday Fair lit Warmer
Fropoiition Submitted to the Board by M
UJIW-r?w I Sal JiiR h1
THE REUA8LB TORS
ALL PAY ROLLS MUST BE SWORN T0M
fekea abmltteA' They Shall IH
Aceompaalvd by !' "tate
meat Report nf Detention
llnnt'i First Year.
A plan for the redistrictinf of the
county inlo commissioner districts was
presented at the meeting of the county
board Monday morning. A resolution :o
roake the changes n submitted by Com
missioner Brunlnsj. In explanation of the
resolution Mr. Brunlng said the changes
were Intended to conform to the altera
tions in ward boundaries recently made.
The resolution was referred to the com
mittee of the whole and will be brought
up at the next meeting. The districts pro
poses In me resolutions am
' irirnf restrict Fourth. Seventh. KlghthiW
and Klpventh wards of the city of Omah.i,
as the boundaries of said wards are es
tablished at the date hereof. . .
Second District First. Second. Third
nd Tenth wards of the city of Omaha, as
the boundaries of saM warda are estab
lished at the date hereof.
Third IHstrlrt ilensnn. rhlrago, Doug
las. iMind-o, Klkhnrn, Jefferson, McArdle,
Millard. I'nion. IMatte Valley, Waterloo
and Florence precincts, as their boundar
ies are established at the date hereof.
Fourth District City of Koutli Omaha
and Clontarf precinct, as their boundaries
are established at the date hereof.
Fifth District Fifth, Sixth, Ninth and
Twelfth wards of the city of Omnha and
East Omaha precinct, as the boundaries
of ssld wards and said rrecinct are estab
lished nt the date hereof. I
Detention llome'a First Year.
Mrs. Harriett H. Heller, superintendent
of the detention home, submitted a com
munication covering Jn a general way the
work of the first year at the home and
making suggestions as to Improvements
needed. Bhe calls attention to the fact that
Judge Mack of Chicago upon his recent
visit to Omaha declared the home here was
the best In the country. About 300 different
children have been received Into the Insti
tution during the year and 350 entries made
altogether. She nsks for some repairs on
the building and some new bath fixtures
among other thing. Blie also suggests the
contract with the superintendent be made
for lino a month, she to hire a male as
sistant and use such of her own furniture
as la suitable. The communication was re
ferred to the' committee.
The County Agricultural society sub
mitted Its regular request for an appropria
tion for county fatr purposes. The request
declares the society has conformed with all
of the requirements of the law to entitle
It to the money.
Pay Rolls Mast Be Sworn To.
The board voted to require all county
officials to attach a sworn statement to
pay rolls submitted to the board, certifying
that the services paid for have actually
been performed and noting all vacations
allowed employes. The resolution was in
troduced by Mr. I're and seconded by Mr.
Kennard. It was passed unanimously.
Over the protest of Mr. Brunlng the board
voted 1350 to 8. P. Morris of the Associated
Charities for work done for the county in
looking into requests for charity trans
portation under direction of the charity
committee and investigating charity cases.
The money was allowed as salary at the
rate of 125 a month and will go to the As
sociated Charities, which Is said to be In
need of money at present. Mr. Brunnlng
voted no on roll call.
ELECTRIC LIGHT TROUBLES
Poor Con 1 Acroantable for the Dim
lllaiulaat Ion of Lasaps Last
Owing to inability to procure proper
grades of coal the service of the Omaha
Klectric Lilght and Power company, which
not only supplies Omaha but Council
Bluffs and South Omaha, was much deter
iorated from Saturday until Monday fore
noon. Sunday night it was found neces
sary to discontinue practically all the
street lighting in the three cities and It
was with difficulty that the commercial
service was maintained. By the exercise
of unusual efforts the company succeeded
In getting a supply of anthracite coal
Monday and no further trouble is ex
pected. A representative of the company
"During the last three weeks there has
been a shortage of steam coal in Omaha
due to strikes and expected strikes at the
soft coal mines. Every effort was made
to Insure an adequate supply of fuel, but
the four weeks' reserve supply was. used
Terrible Scaly Humor In Patches
All Over the Body Skin Cracked
and Bleeding Itching Unbear-
- able Cured by Cuticura in Thirty
Days at Cost of $4.75.
CURE BY CUTICURA
"I was afflicted with psoriasis for
thirty-five years. It was in patches all
sver my body.
1 used luree cages
of Sosp, six boxes
ment, and two
bottles of Cuti
cura Resolvent. I
bathed with the
-, r k - jl Kitsap, .ipuiu tuv
hTltf TV Ointment once a
rected. In thirty
dare 1 wan completely cured, and J
think permanently, as it was about ova
"The peoriaeis first made it appear
ance in red spout, generally forming a
circle, leaving in the center a spot about
the siie of a silver dollar of bound flesh,
la a short time the affected circle
, would form a heavy dry ex-ale of a white
silvery appearance and would gradually
dropoff. To remove the enure scales
by ba tiling or using oil to soften them
the Mesh would be perfectly raw, and a
light discharge of blootiy substance
would ooie out. That bcalycruat would
form again in twenty-four hours. It
was worse on my anug and limbs, al
though it was in spots all over my
body, also on my scalp. If 1 let the
acales remain too long without remov
ing by bath or otherwise, the skin
would crack and bleed. I suffered
intense itching, worse at nights after
getting warm in bed, or blood warm
ty exercise, when it would ba almost
"To sum it all up, I would not go
through such another ordeal of affliction
for thirty-five years for the State of
Kansas, (signed) W. M. Chidester,
Hutchinson, Kan., April 20, V&."
Com Dm., OImmoI Hi Mil M OmikMl
i S. mottd l-utiw Lrv k C , mm rrwy ,
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF NEW
ON SALE NOW
AT ONE-HALF PRICE
EXTRA SPECIALS TUESDAY
LONG SILK GLOVES
Just received a new shipment of Kayser's best quail ty long silk
gloves in black and white.
Also Ions Black and White Lisle Gloves, "
50c and 75c fine wool and
silk and wool dress goods, 42-
inch silk and wool fancies,
on big bargain
square, yard . . ,
HIGH GRADE LACES
Hand made clunys, Irish crochet, silk laces, fine net tops,
Venice laces, etc. white, cream and ecru, all beautiful
new enect8, worth
up to $1 a yard at,
TWO BIG BASEMENT SPECIALS
High grade fancy chambraya.
silk finished prints in light
and dark colors, double fold
coverts, etc. an
up eventually and it was found that some
of it was much below grade and Insuffi
cient to produce steam. It was impossible
to set a fresh supply of coal suited to
the requirements. The failure of the in
ferior fuel on hand occurred Saturday,
when the latter condition was first dis
covered. Since then all effort was made
to buy anthracite coal with the result that
enough was secured to preclude trouble
in the Immediate future. Using 10 coal
It la obvious that the company Is under
a very unusual expense, but It Is deter
mined to keep Its service fully up to
standard as long as coal at any price can
APPRAISALS DISPLEASE BOTH
Valaatloas of Property I'nsa tlsfartor '
t Electric Road Projectors
The apprsisals recently made In the con
demnation proceedings for the Omaha, Lin
coln A Beatrice railway are proving un
satisfactory to both sides and appeals to
the district court have been taken by
the railroad and some of the property
The railroad has completed arrangements
to appeal from the appraisement of the
property of George Warren Smith, lying
near South Omaha. The appraisers al
lowed him S1.826 for hia share in the prop
erty and the road contends this la too
high. The road also will appeal from
the appraisement of the south half of
block 11, Second addition to Corrigan
Place, South Omaha, belonging to Peter,
Anna. John and Elisabeth Roth and
Esther A. Fuller. The property was valued
at something over $2,000.
It Is understood the Roths also will take
an appeal, claiming Irregularities In mak
ing the valuation. The Roths recently
sought to secure an Injunction to prevent
the road from taking the property under
the condemnation proceedings, but lost in
district court. It Is said they also will
appeal from the appraisement. Seven of
the heirs to the HuRhes' tract, through
hlch the road will run, have perfected an
appeal from the appraisement. In which
they were allowed I60 for the strip asked
by the road.
ELECTRIC SHOCK ON A CAR
Co.d.etor a.d P...r...er Co-pl.t. .
(Irealt and Both Get
A conductor and passenger on the Park
avenue line were severely shocked Monday
afternoon, not by any incivility, but by a
good, healthy elrctrlc shock from the trol
ley wire. It was raining heavily at the
moment and the conductor was standing
on the step of one of the open cars and
had Just readied for the passenger's fare.
The passenger had accident 11 jr placed his
foot on a bolt on the floor of the car Im
mediately over the motor and the conductor
was holding to the aide support under the
trolley, so all that was necessary mas for
the two to touch hands, when the current
would be complete and then the fun-would
txgln. It did begin Just as the passenger
handed the conductor his fare. The result
was the conductor nearly fell from the car
and the passenger thought some one had
hit him with a piiedrlver. Fortunately the
contact of their hands was Just partial or
the result might have been serious for both
When your eyes are dim, tongue coated
appetite poor, bowels constipated. Electric
bitters beat alt cures. iO oeats. For sais
UP-TO-DATE GOODS FROM
FROM THE DES MOINES STOCK
Ladles' and men's umbrellas of plain and
twilled KngUsh Gloria and silk mercerized,
Paragon frames, case and tajel, stag,
hone, natural wood, sw jTS
pearl and silver A ff af
trimmed handles. I lis'
ics Moines pnee
tin to 1.6t each-
ALL THE LADIES' CRAYENETTE COATS
Tn tans, olives and oxfords, new mQO
belted and pleated backs Des ou
Moines price up to $12.60 tale U
Finest $1 drops goods silk
eollennes, crepes, mohairs, Pana
mas, serges and fancy suitings
FROM THE DES
viuiii etui cv.i u, on ucauiiiui
Fancy voiles, black and white
checked batiste, linen duck In
blue and linen colors, ' imported
white satin plaid lawn
with colored Moral de
slKn lies Moines
price 2fio yard
On Account of
High Priced Ice
we are making deliveries of
Milk and Cream
between the hours of 3 a. m.
and 11 a. m. snd tn this way ws
can ,wait on most of our retail
This early delivery is giving ex
cellent satisfaction and if your
milkman comes too late to suit
you, then call th
ALAMiTO SANITARY DAIRY CQ.
and we'll try and arrange an
earlj delivery for you.
Phone Douglas 411.
Anioant of Arnat Conatrortloa Work
in Omaha So Far This
Building; construction in Omsha for tho
year has already passed the $2.(010,000 mark.
During; the Inst few days permits hav
been Issued for some Important public '
buildings and private residences. J
Among- them are the new Lowe Avenite
PreBbyterlan church, of brick and stone, ot
Lowe avenue and Nicholas streets, to cost
$16.0tt; Ed P. Smith, $5,600 frame residence '
at Thirty-fourth and Poppleton avenue;
C. H. Pickens, t&,M double brick dwelling
at Fortieth and Dodge; Nelson C. Pratt.
$2,0110 frame dwelling at Twenty-eiRhth and
Parker; E. H. Gernvond, $2,200 frame dwell- ,
lug- at Twenty-eighth and Fowler avenue; :
B. Woodrow, $l.S0O frame dwelling at ,
wenty-seventh and Fowler avenue; Theo
dore Frederick, $3,000 frame dwelling at ,
Eleventh and William; May C. Chad wick, ;
$2,1)00 frame dwelling at 5015 Willis avenue;
Jacob Dohulll, $1,100 frame dwelling at 1210 '
Tib t'omoaay Incorporates.
The Tapp Construction conmanv ha.
filed articles of Incorporation with in - 1
ounty clerk. The corporation will enaaae
ii general construction work and ts cap- I
talised at $10,000, of which $4,000 is to
be paid up. C. C Tapp, L. W. 8nerman
nd fc.. M Martin are the Incorporators. ,
he company has been in business as a
rivate company for two years, with
offices In the Neville block. I
A Bkln cf Beauty i a Joy rorwvor-
DR. T. Fall Ooursud's Oriental I
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Omaha's Leading Crockery
Greatest volume of crockery
business in the entire west is con
fined strictly to Bennett's Big
Crockery section. Sales for these
last two weeks first half of June
are greater than whole month of
June last year and it was a marker.
VARIETY, IMMENSITY, PLEAS
ANT SURROUNDINGS, ATTRAO
TIVENESS OF STOCK, PROMPT,
UNMATCHED VALUES AND
YOUR APPRECIATION OF
THESE ARE THE THINGS THAT
MAKE THIS CROCKERY THE
GREATEST IN THE WEST.
Opportunities for Tuesday
The Ewd. M. Knowles Dinner Patterns new shipment re
ceived Saturday pretty pink spray decoration, treated
with gold knobs and handles superb and f f
beautiful full 100-piece set for p 1U
Delicate blue scroll decoration, full gold treatment, (h f f
the essence of dignity full 100-piece set for. ... vpl
Green Borders Set With Spray Decorations.
In its beautiful and delicate outlines, and fineness of
ware, we think this set is really the prettiest fl
on our tables 100-piece set for
The above can be bought in sets of 50 pieces, or in sin
gle pieces, at prices proportionately same as complete sets.
English China Cups and Saucers in pink, green
and blue border decorations this is an ex
ceptional bargain a dozen $2.75, C
German China Cups and Saucers about 200 of
them, only one of a kind This is a traveler's
sample line which we picked up, values 1A
in the lot are easily 50c Tuesday, each"C
Libbey cut glass sale is still on for a day or
two longer. Bargains great as ever.
fl n H
All Nebraska is rejoicing
today on? acauint of the big
million dollar rain. It in
sures goodj. crops and that
insures good times.
The shoe' crop is always a
good one at Drexel's anM
we guarantee you will al
ways find good shoes at our
Just now we are selling a
great many of the popular
Bare Foot Sandals the
nicest summer shoe on the
Child's sizes, 5 to 8, Q
Child's sizes, ,9 to 11. j 35
Misses' sizes, 11 to 2, j 5Q
Women's sizes, 3 to 8. 2 00
Men's sizes, 8 to 11, ") TP
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnim Street
NIGHT CHICAGO TRAIN
TAKE DINNER AT HOME.
It leaves Pmaha. 8:05 p. m.
It arrives Chicago 19:03 a.'m.
DAY CHICAGO TRAIN
It leaves Omaha 7:25 a. m.
It arrives Chicago 8:45 p. m.
AFTERNOON CHICAGO TRAIN
It leaves Omaha : ,,..;3:45 p. m.
It arrive Chicago 7:00 a. m.
Tickets, berths, folders, rates and information at
City Ticket Office. 1502 Farnam Ot.
All Eire trnnT-CAC'E
A CsrUla Cur lor Tirsd, Ho, Aching
STAMPS ETLRT HUE
Uhe Best of
The Only Double
Ronnd Trip Rates
St. Paul 12.50
Long Pine 8 00
Long Pine 8.00
Wall Lake 3.35
And many others.
Full particulars promptly
and glrdly furnished.
i City OffIce
1401-1403 FARNAM ST.
Stock in Hands of Adiustets
On account of great damage occa
sioned by fire and water on Sunday, 5
June 3, this store will be temporarily
WAIT FOR THE OPENING.
Watch daily papers for announcement.
fG AI1D WUUIttlfi
Colorado possesses gome of the finest fishing
and hunting grounds on earth. I'b myriads
of streams and lakes teom with mountain
trout and are the haunt of millions of geese,
ducks and other wild fowls.
to Denver. Colorado Pprlncs,
Pueblo, and return, July 10
to 1$. inclusive.
Ct"7 CO P'nver, Colorado Rprlnss,
.A I f nil Puehlo snd return, every day
V I I VU , n.rt anth.
to Denver, Colorado Rprlnss,
The Popular Route to Colorado.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARNAM ST,
'Phina TV..i,rrlua am
This month An article from tho Jewelers stock ts
usually the most scceptable Sterling Silver, last all the.
years In memory of that day. We have a very handsome
line of these goodts also Cut disss, Clocks and hand
painted China Spend a few minutes, in our store.
I A fXi ITIIR TIIK VMR.
a M m a
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
1516 Douglas St.
Broadway, Fifth Ave. and 27th St.. NEW YORK
The oJy hotel la MsnhatUa froatlaf Broadway nnd Fifth Avanaa.
BUROPEAN PLAN- GEORGE W. SWEENEY, Proprietor
Iff Those In quest of Sifts for
m the Bride cannot do them- VJ
Mf ives or the bride Justice
without seeing our wonderful jl
J stot-W of ' ii
piamonds. Rich ji
Va Fine Oilna, Hall and Mantel M
Chimin Clocks, Glassware, M
XBUverware and Art Goods. Ijl
S Drown &Dorsheim
1 riZZZ South IOaStrcetOirwrvL
I B ft.-.d for 1906 C.(loJu t
'FOLLOW THI FLAC
WABASH CITY OFFICE.
1601 Kaniam St.
HAHHY K. MIK1RW, J. A. 1. l..
Uabasli K. Ii.,
Omaha, ... Nebraska
IN THE CENTER
OF THE SHOPPiNa
A Modern FlrsUClsvss
Hotel. Complete In
all Its appointments.
Kurnlshlnf s and dec
orations entirely iwW
throu shout. A-Ccom-motions
(uests, ' ISO suites
with baths. Rooms,
II. f day up; wlta
baths, IJ60 up. Hot
and rold water and
telephone In every
room. Cuisine unex
celled. oiDsni ii t r i v
ff U W W af mm k
?"hls macnlflcaot betel has (00 beau
ul rooms and is located at 11th and
McGee streets In the shoppln district.
Only half a block from the tenory.
Bird. Thayer dry foods store; near ail
IS Prltat Balsa,
fdrsbeae Is all Imbl Bel aad Cell Raaaatf
Walrr Is twry Basel. VmncMti Cal. Nrtsdl
Casta. Osk Brcaldasts sas fakls B'fletc ata
acn Unt4 la Cats. Bates II s Day sad Uswsrd.
Reservations may ba mads by tele,
sraph at our eapeosa.
KUFPER BKXSON HOTEL OO.
r. A. BKNIOR, Maaae.
HERE'S A SNAP!
A Blue or Black Serga or
Cherlot Suit with sitr
same or strip
It keeps Our Tailors Dusy.
wiluam jtBRttir r
fV. , &
by ehamiA JslsCettuaU Prug
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