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TTIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JUNE 24. 1906.
OMAIIA AND EASTERN Y.MX.A.
Local Ajsoolatioa Compares f arortblj with
Boms in Larger Cities.
W. S. ROTHERY RETURNS FROM TRIP
Feels Masabers And Association Her
liars Romrthln to Bo Pro.d
of la Their Home and
W. B. Rotbery, assistant secretary of the
Omaha Young Men' Christian association,
baa returned from a trip through tha prin
cipal cities of tha east In tha Interest of
tha local association. Tha principal objeut
cf tha tour was to get polntera on tha moat
approved business methods of tha eastern
Institutions. The local Young Men's Chris
tian aaaoclation, when properly Installed in
Ita raw quarters, will measure up very well
to the older and mora firmly established
ones in tha east. Tha local work of tha
Institution continues to prosper, desplta tha
cramped quarters which It at present oc
cupies, pending the completion of tha build
ing under construction. Mr. Rothery said
of his trip:
"We feel that the members cf the asso
ciation and the men who contribute to Its
support bava a right to expect that the
association be conducted along tha most
approved methods of administration and
that the books and recorda ba kept up ac
cordingly. "When we start out In the new building
we can have tha best possible system.
Omaha need not be ashamed In any way
when compared with eastern associations.
I found that here In Omaha we had a
somewhat out-of-date building and that the
present temporary quarters are not fully
up to the requirements, whereas In the east
most of the associations are in their new
buildings. W have the benefit of their
experience In that we are a little slower
"In some places, as In Cleveland, they
have a very fine employment department,
doing work on a large scale and helping
many mer. and assisting employers to find
right men for the positions they have to
offer. More time than ever before will be
given to the development of this depart
ment here when we enter our new building.
"In Cleveland, also, they are doing a good
deal of extension work in their religious
depnrtment that is, they are holding shop
Bible classes and similar work la carried
on In the boarding houses. Omaha expects
to do more of this work this year than ever
before, albeit last year was very prosperous '
In this respect.
"In nuffalo they have a fine boys' de
partment, with quarters entirely separate.
They have many boys enrolled and are
doing a great work. The policy and meth
ods bring about the same as those here,
favorable comparisons to Omaha are easily
visible In this branch Of their work.
"The social spirit was, however, more
marked in Omaha than anywhero else
throughout the eost The policy of the local
association is to make its work in every
department of largest possible service to
the young men of Omaha.
"The general air of prosperity Impressed
me very much while on my eastern tour,
but nowhere did there seem to be as much
funding going on as here In Omaha.''
FLORENCE BOY, THREE YEARS
Paal Claycosab Coea to Stat Peni
tentiary for Holdap at
. Pnul Claycomb. a young man from Flor-r-c-e,
was sentenced to three years In the
I enltentlary by Judge Button Saturday
morning for holding up and robbing Ed
ward Stranberry on the highway near For
est Lawn cemetery May 12. William Rich,
who was given three years for bresklng
Into M. L. Learned s summer home near
Florence, was Ciaycombs accomplice In
the holdup, and it was through Rich's
confession that Claycomb was Implicated
The latter admitted the whole affair. He
aald they got over $30 In money and a
gold watch and divided the plunder in a
restaurant in Omaha.
Judjro Button did not aentence Mae
Hayes, the diamond swallower, as he had
expected to do, her attorney, W W
Dodge, being out of the city. He had also'
Intended passing on the motions for new
trials In the cases of Harrison Clark and
Jay O'Hearn, both condemned to death for
murder, but ha was not ready to take the
cases up and put them over until Tuesday
at 1 o'clock. '
Monday morning the case of Jack Jen
nings, alias Kid Clark, and Angus Martin,
charged with stealing a diamond from
M- D. Frank s Jewelry store at S19 North
Sixteenth street June 6. will be taken up.
Jennings at the time made a dash for
liberty after It had been found he had
exchanged a KX diamond for a glaas Imi
tation He took two or three shots at
Mr. Franks with a murderous looking re
volver, but w. captured after a long
chase. At the police station ha was no
ticed trying to swallow and Captain
diamond flew out of his mouth.
Tuesday morning one of the alleged elec
"on fraud case, will probably be taken up.
H. G. BURT LIVES 1N"cH!CAG0
Vomer President of Union Pacta
Moves Ills Household Good.
to Ills Net Homo.
Horace O. Burt, former president of tha
Union pacific. Saturday personally con
ducted the removing of bis household
goods frora Omaha to Chicago over ths
Northwest. Mr. Burt will make his
home in Chicago,. Since he resigned from
the Vnlon Pstflc in the full of 190J and
made his trip, with Mrs. Burt, around the
world ha has had his household goods
stored here, having sold fcts handsome
residence on South Thlrty-ulnth street
Reports have had him connected with var
ious anlerprlses, but the latest is thai
he has taken charge of the Milwaukee
surveys of the west which that road has
had projected for several months, in
nictlon with Its alliance with the Union
j acme ana other Harrluis.ii reads, formoj
almost a year ago.
"I know nothing about the report," said
mi. nun yesierosy.
INSTITUTION IS EXONERATED
Home for Feohlo-sJladod at Beatrle
Clven Orar BUI by tenor,
B. P. Morris of the Associated Charities
submitted a format report to tha county
commissioners at their meeting Saturday
morning on the conditions he found at the
norne ror Oeble-Mloded Children
Beatrle. Tha report waa In connection
with tha oaa of John Hlracnnan. a boy
who waa la the home. 'Tha
ated the Institution from any criticism,
and Mr. Morris praised tb superintendent
and amplorea for the mannar in m. i,.
Institution la oonduoted, Ba mad arrange.
menus wits u upnntndent to hare the
abalrman of the charity commit of tb
commlsalonra notified wha parent
children sustained by th county ask
take them out of th horn.
Tb board decided to aDnroDrlat
to seed Uaorx Waiaa to tha asyluia at
Lincoln for treatment for th drug habit
Tb case waa passed on several days aao
by th insanity commission.
Th commissioners raised the salary of
Deputy Sheriff Asel Bteere to $13 a month
and the salary of tha day watchman at the
county hospital to fJG a month.
WATCHES Kreoser. IS in and Dodg si
IEW UOMCI lit TUB WEST.
thosbono Reservation to Bo Opened
CHICAGO NORTHWESTERN R't
Announces Round-Trip Excursion Rates
from All rointa July U to Zt.
Less than one tar for th round trip
to BhoshonU Wyo., th reservation border
Th only all-rail route to the reservation
Dates of registration July It to SI at
Bhoshonl and Lander. Reamed only by
Writ for pamphleU telling how to take
up one of these attractive homesteads.
Information, maps and pamphlets fre on
request at City Office. 1401-1 Farnam St,
or address S. F. Miller, A. G. F. A T. A.,
1201 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
Have hoot print It
ery Lti Ite faestay.
Every Tuesday, balanct of tha year, th
Chicago Great Western railroad will sail
homeseekers' tickets to Minnesota, North
Dakota and Canadian northwest at about
half rate; to other territory first and third
Tuesdays. Write II. 11. Churchill, O. a,
l&tf Farnam atreet. State number la part"
and when going.
Werts, Dentist. 604 - Paxton block.
Fishing and Cnmplns; Hales to Mad!,
aoa Lake, Watervlll and Elyslan,
Mian.. Via Chicago Great
Fbr parties of ten or more, one far and
one-third for the round trip, good for ten
days. Tickets on sale dally until Sep
tember 30. For further information apply
to 1L II. Churchill, O. A., 1612 Farnam St.
Best typewritten letters, Mangum St Co.
Men's, boys', children's clothing, hats,
ladles' j'lits, skirts, millinery, etc.. cash or
credit. People's Stora, lim a.r Farnam.
Sterling Silver Frenxer. 15th and Dodge.
DIAMONDS Frenser, 16th and Dodge sis
The following births and deaths have
been reprted to the board of health dur
ing the twenty-four hours ending at noon
Births 8. 8. 'Drummy, 4236 Harney,
boy; J. M. Jensen. M251 Patrick avenue,
girl; James Richardson, 3564 Howard, boy;
Charles M. Speed, 2522 South Thirty
Deaths John Betts, 2517 North Seven
feenth. 2; Louise Kramplen, S24 North
Coolers to the feet, the mind
and the purse. The new
styles are ready and there
never was a better time to
through the summer without B
a nat or pair or trousers, but
oxfords you must have.
Patent colt or kid, vlcl. gun
metal calf or tan leathers.
$3.50, $4.00 to $5.00.
FRY SHOE CO.
Wh and Douglas Stt.
in in i um i "'afftAsgjS, IfflfffSEay
Gomincj to Youl
Do you realise how Important it la
to have your prescriptions properly
filled T Death often paya tha penalty
where th Ingredient in a prescrip
tion are substituted by unscrupulous .
druggists. Tou have a long life com
ing to youl Then, why abuse It by
taking a chance? Remember, wa
have the confidence of all th phy
sicians. And why? Because WB
NEVER SUBSTITUTE and fill pre
acrlptlona Just as they are written.
BEATON DRUG CO,
18th 6nd Farnam.
Noted for Accuracy In Compounding.
$15,000 STOCK OF WALL
PAPER, PAINT, MOULDING,
This entire stock waa par
tially damaged by fire and will
be sold for less than 50c on the
dollar. The entire stock must
be sold at once.
WALL PAPER FROM 2o
A ROLL UP.
USNlfth EJ. Tej, Don 3518,
1S.SO to it. Paal aUaaalls
Front Omsha, via Chicago Great Wester
Railway. Tickets on Bale daily after Ma
ri to September la Final return limit,
October XL Equally low rates to other
points In Minnesota, North Dakota. Wiscon
sin and lower Michigan. For further In
formation apply to IL H. Churchill, general
agent. 1511 Farnam street. Omaha.
On July and 27, to Chautauqua Lk.
N. T., and return at 114, good 30 daya; and
dally June 1 until September 30. at $30, via
ERIE RAILROAD from Chicago; stop
overs also permitted on all tickets to New
York. Boston, Niagara Falls, etc. Apply to
your local ticket agent or J. A. Dolan, T.
P. A.. C6S Railway Exchange, Chicago, 111.
HURRAH! FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY
Will soon be here again and we wish to call the attention of thi yuMlo
that we have this season a much larger and stronger line of TIllWOXS.
As ever before, our line consists of only the best manufactures of the
country. Our prices this year will be cheaper than ever before and we defy
competition on fireworks. Remember we give you quality as well as price.
We sell only the best and retail fireworks for less than wholesale prices.
Special attention to our out-of-town and mall orders. Let us figure with you
on your Fourth of July display. No order too large or small thnt we can
BEST QUALITY ROMAN CANDLES.
6-ball Candles per dosen, 10c f .
S-ball Candles per dosen, 15o !!
10-ball Candles per dosen, 2oc t
12-ball Candles per dozen, 80c
15-bsll Candles per dosen, 48c
20-balI Candles per dosen, 75o 7l
each ' !
25-hnlI Candles per dosen, 11. 00 f Aj
BEST QUALITY SKY ROCKETS.
2-os. Rockets per dozen, 10c
5- ox. Rockets per dozen, 20c
4-o. Rockets per dozen, 83c
6- os. Rockets per dozen, 48c
8-ox. Rockets per dozen, 76c
r dozen, 76c 1,
1-pound Rockets per dosen, $1.00 JQg
Exhibition Sky vRockets 60c,
40c, 26c, 15c and
Please bear In mind we are quoting you prices on the best make of works,
no cheap grade. We wish to call the attention of the public that our fire
crackers are all new stock and are Imported direct from China. Let us show
you what we can do for you for a little money. Goods are now on display In
our show window with prices. Remember we retail Fireworks at loss than
Tills Coupon la good for Bo In
Trade with each BOo purchase of
ax JOS. F. DILZ,
318 . 1th St., Omaha
old after July 1, 1906.
Out ont this Coupon aad bring It
One and a quarter million acres to be
opened to settlement on the
Dates of registration July 16th to 31st.
Less than one fare for the round trip,
daily July 12th to 29th via
Round trip from Omaha,
.00 over the only all rail route
from Omaha to Shoshoni,
Wyo. , the reservation border.
GEO. F. WEST, General Agent,
Chicago l North-Western Ry, Omaha, Neb.,
Please tend to my address pamphlets, maps and infor
mation concerning the opening of the Shoshone or Wind
River reservation to settlement.
(Cut ut Hilt Coupes)
Any day this Summer for
Alsofor$15 from July 10th to 16th
We Klve you detailed Information about the
wonders, the benefits, the variety of sport and
opportunities tor fun in this great state.
We'll tell you where to go what can
be done economically and profitably
all about hotels and side trips.
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1334 FARNAM STREET
phone Donglae 834.
To too Pablle.
Th Omaha Oaa company begs to an
nounce that Miss E. V. Berry Is now with
th company aa demonstrator and will be
glad to call upon our patrons to Instruct
them in tha economical and efficient use of
gas stoves. A card addressed. Miss Berry,
car Omaha Gns company, will receive
DIAMONDS-Edliolm. 16th and Harney
FHanlner and Cninplnst hurl to Clear
Lake, la., Via Chicago Great
For parties of 10 or mora one far and
one-third for th round trip, good for II
daya Tickets on sale dally until Septem
ber SO. For further Information apply to
H. H. Churchill. O. A, 1EU Farnam 81
Penny Novelty Fireworks. 75 styles to
select from, lo each or 10c per dosen.
Five-cent Novelty Fireworks, 100 styles
to select from, 6c each, 6 for 2Do,
45o per dozen.
Ten-cent Novelty Fireworks, 0 styles
to select from, 10c each, S for 2fic,
9oo per dozen.
Torpedoes, lc, 2c, Sc, 6c, 8c and 10c per
Mandarin Fire Crackers (real Manda
rin), 3c, 4c, 6c, 7c and 10c a bunch.
Paper Balloons, 8c, 12c, 15c, 25c and 36a
Canes, in red, white and blue atrlped,
4o and 8o each.
Ammunition for Canes, 60 In a box,
lc, 2o and 3c a box.
Muslin Flags, 2c, 8c, 6c, 10c, 15c, 25c
and 50o a dozen.
Baby Fire Crackers, 350 in a bunoh,
4o a bunch.
Baby Fire Crackers, 700 in a bunch,
8o a bunch. (
Short Stem Fire Crackers, 2o a bunch,
62 crackers in a bunch.
Penny six Torpedoes. 2 boxes for lc.
JOS. F. OSLZ,
322 S. 16th St.. Omaha
TOUT RECZTTED AROTHIB OAMOAS
. or CAmErTn.x.Y selected
SAMPLE LAST 03.
As we have the exclusive agency of th
state of four larr factories and our busi
ness Is largely wholesale, this enables us
to make prices to people living; In Omaha
or any town In the state or Western Iowa
(where we are not already represented by
a dealer) at absolutely wholesale price.
TERMS MADE TO fAjIT
All these eArfit11r ..tanuj ri -
. , - - i i'u i minis n in
direct from theactory. You pny no profit
to a mioaioninn and we Btiaratitee you a
savlnsr of from J75.00 to $100.00 on any
high grade Piano.
PRICES OS HEW PIAVOS. AT OVB
oo.mri.B rooms, PROM 9135 VP.
We have had this month a verv larire
sale of Sample Pianos ami have taken In
exchange some very good slightly used
instruments that have all been cleaned
tuned and repaired and put In first class
condition that we will offer this week at
prices that will sell them.
One $350 Emerson Upright,
One $350 Kimball Upright,
(used six months.) at
One $700 Square, In good repair,
One $125 Story ft Clark Organ. "
good as new. at
One $100 United States Organ,
In good condition, at
Any of the above goods will be sold on
Terms to Suit Bayers, or will trado for
gooa anving noise, or horse, harness and
If you are thinking of buying a Piano,
new or second-hand. It will certainly dbv
you to call and examine our line and wo
wtll prove to you beyond a doubt that we
carry as fine a line of goods as Is carried
In the west, and our prices cannot bo
duplicated by any house Jn Omaha,
When In the cltv do not fail to look a
our stock before buying. Write, call or
PHOITE no. RED 8841.
J. S. CAMERON,
106-108 N. 15th Street
MoOaffu Bank Building' East Entrance.
Pumps and Oxfords
For women's wear nothing
Is so comfortable during the
summer as Canvas Shoes.
Your feet trouble you more
in hot weather than at any
other time. There Is no use
to suffer when you can buy
. a cool, comfortable CUnvas
Pump or Oxford such as we
can sell you. We have them
in canvas, linen and Sea
Island cotton in white, blue,
pink and gray colors turn
and welt soles.
Drexel Shoe Co.,
1119 Farnam St.
Onlmod. like, gentle
men, means honest
merit. That's whu gen
tlemen like them.
are for gentlemen who
wish to combine tb
largest amount of
style and quality.
Prices. U 00 to W 00.
$3.50 Onlmods are for
gtntlejnen who want
th best tbey can get
for that pries.
W guarantee a per
fect fit by mall
Writ for Btyl Book
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PAPERS FOR PARTICULARS
THE RELIABLE STORE
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A selection Is not always an easy matter. We shall be delighted
to assist you, and are sure of having Just the article you desire in our
large stock. .
Gut Glass, modern designs
Artistic Hand Painted China
Solid Silver and Plated Ware
Diamonds, eJewelru. Watches
Our prices always moderate. Our twenty-five years' experience
as practical watchmakers and Jewelers guarantees satisfaction.
AT THE SldN OP THE CROWN
115 South 16th Street Opposite Boston Store, Omaha.
If not "Get Busy" and see if YOU can't win that
$350 HAMILTON PIANO instead of letting th
' Other Fellow' ' walk off with it !
OVER $5,000 IN OTHER AWARDS r 'TJS?
ammmm rill r C.srf II. n.,..u.. m a.
Missouri, Arkansas, Indian Territory..
Louisiana, New Mexico,
Oklahoma, Texas, Republic of Mexlso.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RY. & IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TOM HUGHES, T. P. T. F. UODFUEY, P. T. A.,
XL C. TOWNSEXD, General Paasenger and Ticket Agent,
' ST. LOUIS, MO.
THE RELIABLE STORE I IIUUIIUUUUJ
n. uhlu vv i n I co.
407 South 15th Street
July Sd and 17th,
August 7tu and Slat,
8"iilinbT 4th and 18th,
fk-tobrr 2d and 16th.
.November Oth and 20th.
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