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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. JULY 4, 1P06.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAIIA
Company Oreaniwd to Uanufacturs Fuel
from Stock Yards WmU.
ENFORCING CITY BUILDING ORDINANCES
Cltr Coaaell Rrarhci Agreement wltk
Spltser Jt. tampaa? Reaardlnc
the Takla Vp of the
A number of prominent cltliens met Mon
day evenlrur and organized a company
' known as the American Peat and Chemical
Coal company. John Flynn wa elected
' president, Uem Wentworth vice president,
Ed Culver general manager, Dr. McCrann
treasurer and t. M. Click secretary. The
object of the company Is to utilize the
waste product of the city and the stock
, yards for fuel. This fuel Is made by a
i eertaln mixing of chemicals with the com
bustible waste so that It forms a solid fuel
which can be handled like ordinary coal.
The company expects to have a plant In
operation within thirty days, which will be
' capable of making 1(10 tons dally. The lo
' cation has not been secured, but It is ex
; pee.ted that the arrangements can be made
( with the Union Stock Tard's company
' for a convenient site. The machinery used
Is simple, resembling that used for brick
moulding and mixing. The product Is dried
' In the sun and Is then ready for use. The
j Stock Yard's company Is said to have ap
! proprtated $30,000 for the work of remov
ing Its offal dumps. nd It Is likely, there
fore, that they would be glad of a chance
to have such a company take the burden
1 off Its hands. The present company Is
' capitalized at fX.OGO.
Eaforclaa- Balldlaa- Ordinance.
The city building Inspector, Ed Trapp,
is busy these days keeping the ends of his
business even. There Is a large amount
of building going on and In some cases
there has been difficulty In convincing the
builders that they must comply with the
city ordinances regarding the taking out of
, permits to build and of properly construct
ing their buildings. D. J. Farrell was re
minded of this fact yesterday afternoon In
the construction of a house belonging to
Mrs. Mangan. He had failed to take out
the permit and his work was stopped by
the Inspector until such had been complied
with. 'When confronted with the ordinance,
he made haste to take out the proper pa
pers. The Inspector has condemned several
buildings within the past week. There are
two on South Thirtieth at T street, which
were condemned a week ago. Yesterday
the Inspector condemned the brick building
known as the Transit house belonging to
McCague, located at Twenty-eighth antt M
Agreement vrlth Bond Bayers.
There was a special meeting of the city
council held last night In the mayor's office.
The meeting was held for conference with
the representative of Spltzer tt Co. rela
tive to the South Omaha sewer bonds. The
' proposition failed of acceptance on a
former occasion for the reason the council,
mayor and treasurer were not satisfied
that the city was made sufficiently secure
' by the banking company. Iast night the
i company agreed to put up a collateral
! security of $lfiO,ono in municipal bonds with
1 the Fourth National bank in New York
i City, or the eastern correspondent of the
', Packers National bank of this city, as
; additional security; besides allowing South
( O.tnaha to keep possession of Its own bonds
while the money remained on deposit with
' Spltzer & Co. There remains therefor
1160.000 to be placed on deposit with Spltzer
: A Co. The agent of Spltzer 4 Co, Incor
; porated the above proposition In the form
of a contract with the city, and on this
being done a resolution was passed making
! Bpltser and Co. one of the depositories of
i the South Omaha funds. On the money
deposited they will pay the city 3 per cent
on the balances and will pay accrued In
terest up to the time the agreement as
originally proposed was entered Into. The
Fourth National bank, under instructions
from the rarkers National, wilt be the
Judge of the securities which shall be
placed as collateral, and which shall be
In Its keeping. It Is now thought the
treasurer will have no fault to find with
the proposition. The contract was entered
Into under the direction of the city attor
Flr and Police Board Meeting.
There was a meeting of the Board of
Fire and Police commissioners last night,
It being their regular meeting night. There
was not a full attendance of the board
and little business was attempted. One
druggist's permit was granted. There were
aome matters of Importance which might
have come before the meeting, but these
were all pasxert over until a full attend
ance of the board could be secured.
Magic CMr Gosslo.
Mrs. Richard Dervln Is reported to be
suffering- from a severe Illness.
Jetters Oold Top Beer delivered to all
parts of the city. Telephone No, 8.
T. C. Marsh and family have started on
A six weeks' vacation from this city.
The South Omaha Country club will have
a carryall accommodation to Its grounds
during the day and evening.
' 53.rP Hhwer is building a new residence
' ,rty-second &n1 x streets end Mrs.
William Mangan Is building a residence at
5 STORE CLOSED ALL DAY Tol JULY
$ Slore f
& Closed 1
All I J
4th oi I1-
"gL. Cliiu S
4th of $
Beginning Thursday, July 5th, Knd Continuing Through
, the Ht&ted Term Our Store Will
CLOSE EVER.Y DAY AT 5 P. M.
EXCEFT SATURDAY AT 10 P. M.
Ladies' White Wash Skirts
Smartly made of shrunken wnlte
Indian Head liinena and English
Reps, circular and pleatedV-very
now the rage elbow
Millinery for Midsummer
BIG SPECIAL BARGAINS
Untrimmed Hats at 50c Each.
All of the untrimmed Milan, Chip Straw Hats
and Hand-Made Chiffon and Straw Braid
Hats, all this season's styles, for
merly sold up to 12,00 and
Untrimmed Hats at 25c.
Untrimmed Hats in blacks, whites and all
. colors. These are Hats that for- M
merly sold at $1.00, on J mt
Spsclal Sale ol BOO New
Up-to-Date Trimmed Hats
In this lot you will find many original -Pattern
Hats, also Hats trimmed with
OBtrich plumes, both Black and
GREAT BASEMENT BARGAINS THURSDAY
Big Table of 10c Printed Organdie,
full piece, not remnants, 9lo
at, yard aB
Indian-Head White Suitings, each
bolt with copyright Indian- t?Lg,
. mmm X
head label, at, yard
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i ty nxn man nuin tiut xea g
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jjj I All Da.y Toda.y The
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9.98 5 Xymss.
I . DENVER
5? Leaving Ouiaha July Iflth (Monday) 4:00 p. m.
Q f arrive jfiivi: uui i nil j.ut-utj ;u tu. v
i$ This train will be equipped with Pullman Palace V
Iqo J,; Bleeping cars, Pullman Tourist sleeping cars,
$ Buffet Smoking and Library cars, free
C Reclinlng-Chair cars and Dining V
cars meals a la carte.
iff Union Pacific )
Tickets on sale July 10th to 16th at
f. $15.00 for the ROUND TRIP
C1Y TICKET QFF1CE, 132 FARNAM STREET
f'l ?4 Jj HOD TOAST DESEBTB TU f
& ' tfv JQf BEST BEEB Nlj7-,Vji
Si fL'f &7 Always popular because It Is pleas- irJ
fx if antl refreshing and appetising. "4r A.
f! I . &tjF Jstte Brewing Co., 80. Oma ha, Phons iJT Jr I
k I X. Omaha Headquarters: HUGO F. BILZ, 14th and V S I
m I N Douglas Tel. Doug 1542. Co. Bluff's Headquarters: ' rT4
v J j t.w MITCHKLU 1012 jl aln St. TeL 80. yXiui'j
Great Water Damage Sale
THE RELIABLE STRE
Silk Shirt Waists and Jacket Suits
At Qreatly Reduced Prices
Thursday we will assemble hundreds of
mart Shirt Waist Butts, made of silks in
latest shades and patterns. Including greys
and popular checks and plaids, abort sleeves
and all the very latest features.
Silk Shirt Waists Kmi Jacket
Suits, th&.t sold up
to $17.50 will at
Silk Skirt Waists and Jacket
Suits that sold up f A O C
to $30, will go at If.OJ
PRINCE CHAP SUITS
Daintiest white wash Suits of the season.
Prettily embroidered eftects, i QJl.fi OS
two specials 70 u'70
For the Special Benefit of Out of
Town Customers who were unable
to finish their trading of Tuesday this
Will Be Open Till Noon,
Wednesday, July Mh.
Thus offering our customers art
opportunity to finish their trading
and still enjoy the celebration.
Several new lines of goods will
be shown Wednesday A. M. for the
first time. Come early.
Ladies' Dainty Shirt Waists
Elaborate effects In ladies
white wa'sts, at
Trimmed Hats $2.50
- -. ' K f
Dotted Drees Swiss, white ground
with pin-head dots, 15c 71
value at, yard f sC
One Immense lot remnants of India
L4non, various grades, worth up
to 15o a yard, Cn
at, yard c
Sixteenth and M streets.
The members of the Baptist church and
Sunday srhool will give a farewell recep
tion to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Heyman on
Friday next at their residence.
Friends of Patrick J. Coyle in this city
received word of Ills d-nth In California
where he went In quest of his health. Mr
Coyle was a pioneer of South Omaha.
For sale or rent. 2R1R Q St.. So. Omaha.
Address R. A. Krcbbs. Tel. A 394.
Charlea P. Hatcher and Mary IS. Arm
strong were married Monday night at 9
o'clock at the home of the bride's ninnn
3 N street. They have gone to Denver
for a wedding trip.
There will be a double-header hand ball
game at the Young Men's Christian as
sociation gymnasium this morning. Heufey
and Fitzgerald play against Cahlll and
slheehau and the Cohn brothers play the
AwuitT li itinera.
tt la the For Kxchange column of The
Bee Want Ad page.
Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Dean left yesterday
lor rairpury ror a lew aays' visa.
T. ' D. Kttlinger, manager and buyer of
the clothing and shoe departments for
J. I a. Brandels A Bona, leaves tonight for
the eastern mantels to buy ran goods.
MURFHY MAKES A GOOD CATCH
rots In His Time OS Duty to Good
Advantage and Lands Pickpocket.
A policeman without a home is a most
lonesome person when off duty. When
Patrol Driver Murphy lost his through the
ravages of the vacation germ, which rot. hod
him of his wife and family, the other lnv,
he suddenly realised how few places then
are where a full grown man can find amuse
ment. Bo he began to go back, to the polio
station nigl ts after his day's work on the
wagon, lending a hand through force of
Tuesday evening he started out for a
walk In the neighborhood of Eleventh nml
Farnam Btreets and spied two men, one
intoxicated, standing together on the Fide
walk. To the layman there was nothing
at all suspicious about this, but to Murphy
It was all wrong or at least it looked a.
though it might be. It wasn't exactly hlK
business to "butt In," as he wasn't on duty,
according to some people's Ideas, but
"Murph" sidled over toward the men to
investigate. Just as he was getting near
enough to overhear the conversation he
saw the sober man extract a watch from
the pocket of the other and slyly hand i
to a confederate, who started off. Murphy
jumped forward in an Instant and captured
the pickpocket, but the man with the watch
made good his escape.
Murphy took his man to the station ant
found him to be William Larkln. well
known to the police as a worker of drunks.
His victim In this case was Patrick O'Brien
of Kansas City. On the way to the patrol
box with his capture Murphy picked up a
couple of drunken men sleeping on the
walk. For a man supposed to be at home
In bed this record Is considered very good;
in fact. Murphy is entitled to congratula
tions over the Larkln capture under any
conditions, as be has been a troublesome
Y.M.C.A. LETS NEW CONTRACT
Arranges with Grnnwald, Scbroeder
A Co. for Heating;, Plumb
ing and Sewerage.
Secretary Wade of the Young Men's
Christian association has In his hands the
signed agreement between the aaoclatlon
and Grunwald, Bchroeder & Co., contract
ors, who will do the work of fitting up
the new building for heating, ventilating,
plumbing, sewerage and gas piping. The
contract calls for a payment for the entire
Job of F17.583 and the ultimate completion
of the work by January 1, 1907, though
parts are to be finished 'by August IS and
September 15. The work will begin Thurs
day. "We are making as good progress as
possible with the new building," said Mr.
Wade. "We have been delayed somewhat
because of a lack of bricklayers, but ex
pect no serious handicap in that line at
ROME MILLER'S NEW HOTEL
Hostelry to Be Bnllt, Costing $300,000
and Containing- Haadred and
INDIA AND CEYLON
Obtained it phenomenal popularity through its perfection of quality, purity
and flavor. It is, in fart, in class by itself. I "rove this by trying it.
McCORD, BRADY & CO., Wholesale Agents, Omaha.
Rome Miller has announced his decision to
build a hotel on his Jackson street lots
Immediately east of the Brunswick, now a
part of the Her Grand.
The hotel will contain 178 rooms and
will cost about (200,000, without furnish
ings and fixtures. The plan calls for a
five-story building, ISO feet on Jackson
street, and running back 100 feet. As
the Brunswick will be a part of the hotel.
, ; the new establishment will have a front-
ge or 199 reel on jacsaon street ana 100
feet on Sixteenth street. The main en
trance will be on Sixteenth street. John
ltenser has plans completed, and It is
said bids for construction will be Invited
Don't Bandage Foarth of Jalv
The street dirt contains the genns of
lockjaw. When the Injury Is left open they
are Innoxious, but when bandaged develop
and cause lockjaw. Leave the wound open
and apply Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
all danger from the disease will be avoided.
FULL SUIT AND EXTRA
FOR THE PRICE OF SUIT M.0NE
IT'S Nicoll's way of keeping a large
force of Tailors and Cutters busy
It's Nicoll's way of clearing up the
surplus stock at the end of a busy
season's trade. .
WILLIAM JERREMS' SONS.
S09-SL11 go. 15th firt
ii t m
Where is the boy or girl that Isn't
tickled to death with a pair of Bare
Just the thing for summer.
Cool as no shoes at all, but
protected as well as with shoes.
SIZES 3 TO 8 n.10
SIZKS 8Vi TO 11 1S5
SlZi-o U TO 3 H-50
The barefoot sandal season Is here.
This Is the popular shoe for summer
wear. Just what you want to rest
your tired feet. Cool and comfortable
genuine welt soles, with no heels to
hurt the feet. Uppers made of genuine
Russia calf black and tan colors.
From infants' to men's sixes.
Child's sixes, 5 to 8 11.10
Child's sixes. to 11..- 1.36
Misses' sixes, 12 to Z 1.60
Women's sixes, I to ... 2.00
Men's sixes, to 11 2.9
These sandals are mads to wear.
Drexel Shoe Co.
1419 Farnam Street.
FRY SHOE CO.
Wb and Doughs Sts.
Sterling Bliver Frenser, 1Mb and Dodga.
Fire started In a Dlla of oll-soa!it mnl
iirT. CENTURY FARMER
apparatus was sent rrom the lire house I
next door to eaUugulso the blast, lUee I
as bo loss, J Interests ike Whole Fajailjr,
Ths measure of value is not what you
pay, but what you have gotten in quan
tity and quality.
Are better than others, because they have
In them sufficient of quantity and quality
of those materials necessary to make them
Phone us the location of your house and
we will show you a "High Btanditrd'' Job
In the neighborhood. It is the best painted
bouse in your part of town.
MYERS-DILLOII DRUG CO
Iltli Uwy 4hone Dvugla itffc.
One and a quarter million acres to bo
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,
over the only all rail route
from Omaha to Shoshoni,
Wyo. , the reservation border.
GEO. F. WEST, General Agent,
Chicago & North-Western Ry. Omaha, Nab.,
Please send to my address pamphlets, maps and Infor
mation concerning; the opening; of the Shoebone or Wind
River reservation to settlement.
VG. M .
(Cut sirt this Ceases)
EXCURSION RATES EAST
Bound trip tickets on sale- every day to many pointa
in Canada and New York at 5
ONE FAEE, plus $2.00, for 15-day ticket
ONE FAEE, plus $4.00, for 30-day ticket.
1ST. PAUL RY.
Also low round trip rates to many points in "Wisconsin
and Michigan. For full particulars call on or write to
F. A. NASH,
General Western Agent., 1524 Farnam St., OMAIIA, NEB.
HEW ENGLAND POINTS
DJUU II JUKE. JULY 18, AU8. 8
AID 22, SEPT. 5 AID 19
WABASH CITY OFFICS, .
1601 Farnam St
HARRY E. MOOKES, O. A. P. C
Wabaah R. Km
YES, IT'S HOT
But If you wish to be cool coma to
Beaton's, it's better than a summer
resort under the cool fans.
tl.OO Hyomel Complete So
(Guaranteed Hay Fever Cure.)
tl.OO De Moe's Cod Liver nil . .
Jl 00 8. B. 8. for the Blood JSa
tl.OO Pompelan Massage Cretm..Mm.J0o
tl.OO Dr. Charles' Bkln Food....M..MM.o
II 00 Aytr'i Recamler Cream. 70o
(1.00 Avalon lOo Cigars, per box of U....I0O
(While they last.)
BEATON DRUG CO,
18th and Farnam.
Phone your wants, we dsllYar ferM a
aU parts ef Omaha,
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