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TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY, JULY 12,
July Oearing Sale in Suit Department
LADIES' SHIRT WAIST SUITS
Thursday we will sell a line India, llnon iu.lt. walat
tacked acroee entire front, embroidery Insertion
down box pleat and acroag front forming yoke, skirt
full pleated circular. This suit la a regular $2.60
etilt special for Thursday, -g
All shirt watBt suits reduced accordingly.
ANOTHER Bia SALE IN SHIRT WAISTS
We have gathered together a large line of waists that
sold at. 98c,, f 1.19 and $1.25 In embroidered llnon,
batiste and sheer materials, trimmed In German
Val; laces or embroidery your choice of A Q
these elegant walata WEDNESDAY, at fOC
LADIES' LONO KIMONOS
In black, nary, light blue, pink and red, extra full
Persian trimming to match color, regular r
$2.25 garment, WEDNESDAY, at I.JU
All lilnon. Pongee, Cloth of Gold-and Colored
Bilk C'dnt. at Just HALF PRICE.
CUT PRICE SALE OF EMBROIDERIES,
NEVER BEFORE OFFERED
800 yards of the finest hand hemmed, deep flouncing
and. yoking embroideries that sold for 89c, $1.00,
11.26. $1.50 and $2.00 a yard, all go Thursday
regardlesH of cost or value for this sale, .Qa
U J f
a yard .
GREAT LACE VALUE
1,000 yards of fine Normandy Val. Laces, two to four
Inches wide,' Insertion to match, worth 15c
to 25c a yard, Thursday only, a yard 1UC
This lot of heavy and fine Nainsook Allovers art worth
76c to $1.00 a yard, many patterns to select A C
from on sale Thursday, a yard T'JC
SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR THURSDAY
IN OUR DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT
100 pieces of white and black India Llnons, A
extra fine quality, Thursday only, yard IUC
All our fine Organdies and Chlmesettes In light gran
wlth small floral patterns, worth to 3 So
a yard,. Thursday only, a yard... W'
100 full sized crochet Bed Spreads, good heavy mar
selles patterns, regular $1.35 quality, 1 DO
Thursday, one day only, each I.UU
25 pieces of mercerized satin Damask, 60-ln. wide,
regular price 60c, Thursday only, A
a yard.. .--aC
2,000 yards of 7-4 unbleached Sheeting, good heavy
quality, Worth 21c, Thursday only, f
a yard UC
AFFAIRS AT SOIM OMAHA
Elavil. Year-Old Boy Drowned
Bathing in the River.
ONE HUNDRED DOZEN LADIES' VESTS
Go on sale Thursday at the cost price, summer gauxe
vests, low neck, no sleeves, regular 15c
value, special, each
LADIES' FANCY HOSE CHEAP
Odd lot of fancy lisle, gauze lisle, lace lisle and em
broidered Maco Hose that sold for 39c
to 75c a pair all In one lot, a pair. . .
A DOLLAR PARASOL FOR 75c
Plain hemstitched white linen covered Parasols, 24-in.
warranted washable, our $1.00 value 7 C
special for Thursday OC
Owners of Dry Goods Department in the Bennett Department Store
COUNCIL PUSHING LEVY ORDINANCE
Baaklaa" Haasee f aveetlaatlaat the
Alleged! Daaltratlaa af Ceaaoas
aa a Omaha.
Eddie Goodro vti drowned in the Mis
souri river yesterday afternoon. He In the
11-year-old son of Silas Ooodro of 4 South
Twentieth street. Yeterdy afternoon. In
company with two other boys, Jlmmle
Qolllgel, aged 14. and John Pokolny, aged
15, residing at 45 South Twentieth streef,
he went to the river bank for a swim. . For
a time the boys played In the shallow water
near the shore, but becoming venturesome,
Eddie Ooodro, the youngest of the three.
approached the deep water and slipped In
over his depth. Then his boy companions
were unable to give him aid. After seeing
him rise a few times and disappear, they
fled for the city carrying the clothes of
their drowned playmate. The place where
he disappeared was Just opposite W street
where the strong current approaches the
bank above the rendering works.
The two boys were so frightened that
they told no one of the sad mishap until
they reached home and related It to their
parents. The parents at once raised the
alarm and a search party visited the river.
A diver went Into the hole where the boy
was last seen and searches! aa far aa he
waa able against the current. It was his
opinion that search was almost useless
aa the current was strong and might easily
carry the body for miles down the river.
The only hope is that the body may be
held this mrnlne at St. Bridget's church
st a. m. The burial will he In St. Maiy's
cemetery. Ths hoy hilled In Council
Fluffs Tuesday afternoon, having been run
ever by a train.
A. A. Wright Is working a neat flm-flem
as a practical joke on his friends nnwartsrs.
It Is called the old army game. Yesterday
he won a shtrt from the s.ststsnt attorney,
tha latter betting on the sure thing. When
beatan he got even by buying Wright a
night shirt. Several others were taken In
by the nest little trick.
filof Nlleon Twenty-eighth snd E streets,
has captured another bell from the Ex
change Hustlers, who play on a vacant lot
near his residence. Every time the ball Is
fouled Into hla vicinity he captures It. On
the last occasion one of the 'boys took
mstters Into his own hands and was fined
for assault and battery, but this time the
boys will replevin the ball.
MURDER CHARGE MAY AWAIT
Ente Keanedy Arrested for CattlaaT
Coaarll BlatTs Womn la Raw
Effle Kennedy, changed with having
stabbed with intent to kill Blanche Shar.i
during a can-rushing at Council Bluffs
early Wednesday morning, waa arrested
Thursday morning at ths Windsor hotel
by Sergeant Vanous, together with Otflcerf
Hell and Aughe. With the young woman
waa her consort, C. J. Nash, who gave
his address as 2&1I South Twenty-ninth
street, Omaha. He waa present at the cut
ting and waa also arrested.
Word waa received from Council Bluffs
that the Sharp woman died during the
night. This information waa not divulged
to Miss Kennedy for fear It would Influ
ence her, to refuse returning to Iowa with
out requisition. As It waa she made a
violent crotest, but at last consented to
go with Detective Richardson of Council
Bluffs, who came to get her. All the per
sons connected with the stabbing are col-
oitd. Miss Kennedy, however, says she is
July SediicHon Sale
Look this list over carefully. Every item plonks of
reductions. It's the odds and ends of items that we have
priced extremely low for quick clearance.
ins oniy nope i- wio uouy rvDCPTC PITI7CMCUID COCC
discovered when it rises from decomposing tyr tU I O Vl I It.E.IMonlr rntt
50c and 75c
Vests and Pants
25c and 35c
Fine, Cotton Koss
2 for 25c.
LADIES' ItKLTM III .11 CKI.
Ladles' fancy Colored and Black Silk and Leather
Belta. many beautiful and stylish pat
terns, sold originally for 26c, 6Pc aud
nova waists HKnrcKi.
Boys' Fancy Striped and Plain Blouse Waists, with
separate or attached collars, sold m
originally at 60c and 75c, reduced to Sp
ClIlLnitKVS I XIKRVKAK HKIH CKn.
Misses' and children's Tlaln Game and Ribbed
Vests and Pants, sites from 4 years to
15, odd lots and styles, at less than half
, MKN'H KrSPKXDEIW REDtTKD.
Men's fancy lisle Web Suspenders, with
cantab or leather ends, made to aell at
MEN'S VXPERWEUt REIU CEI).
Men's Plan and Fancy Colored Balbrlg,
gan and Llslo Thread Underwear, odd
lota and styles, reduced to
MKN'8 HOSE RKPVCED.
Men's Plain Brown. Black and Fancy Colored Lisle)
finished Hose, many pretty n Qr OCft
styles, reduced to pair t JL,
WOMAN BITTEN BY TARANTULA
Mrs. I.etiran.i ri Christian In Pan
across Condition aa Reaalt
Mrs. l,ebrand De Christian, whose hus
band runs a fruit store at Sixteenth and
todge streets, was bitten by a tarantula
hidden In a bunch of bananas sbout 7
o'clock Wednesday evening and now lies
at her home. 30t Douglas block, with a
swollen forearm, awaiting the result of the
Mrs. De Christian was about to All the
order of a customer for bananas, and
reached up to a bunch hanging outside
the .store, when one of the poisonous
eplders suddenly darted out and before
she was aware of her .danger had bitten
her In the third finger of the right hand.
Feeling the sting she hurried to Alphonse
De Christian, her brother-in-law. and told
him what had hsppened. ' ' Resllzlng her
danger, he made Immediate efforts to se
cure a physician; and after some delay
Dr. A. H. i Dahlstrom was summoned to
tiave her from death. The finger and a
portion of the arm began to swell Imme
dintely and the result of the bite cannot
yet be foretold.
The dangerous bug which bit Mrs. Ds
Christian was discovered by Alphonse De
Christian still clinging to the stem of the
bunch of fruiy and with a knife he put
mi end to Its Existence ny cutting off the
head. It measured about an Inch and a
quarter In length over the body, while the
furry legs spread the dimensions to a length
of about four Inches. After having Its head
amputated It was placed In a box for
Dr. Dahlstrom would not ssy last night
what he expected the result to be. He
said had there been less delay In securing
medical attention the Injected poison could
have been removed, but now there is
certainty about the treatment.
This Is one of several of the deadly
tarantulas brought to Omaha in buncnea of
The aplder which bit Mrs. D Christian
was In a hunch which came from South
America. .at year a much larger taran
tula was brought here In a similar man
ner and was found by a grocer, but before
It had done any one Injury. This one was
co large It could not have been covered
by a saucer if the tegs were spread out.
w're sent In Immediately and dan
ger soon averted. Thers waa no loss?
KEW HOMES Iff THB WEST.
Of SOLID SORE
Hair All Came Out and He Suffered
Very Much Under Doctor Three
Months and No Better Perma
nently Cured at Expense of $2.
BEFORE THE RAIL OF JUSTICE
Minor Matters Are Corrected la Jadae
One Miss . Tinsel, whose idea of "mine
tind tiling' was somewhat vague, received
from Police Judge Crawford a forcible re
minder, which w(U serve to make the dls-v
tioction,. between. Lbs,, two pronouns much
more clear to her. The trouble was Miss
Tinsel could not let alone the property of
her mistress. She was- given board and
room at the city bastile for a period of ten
days te think the matter over.
That the city ordinances can be Inter
preted In different ways was aptly illus
trated at Wednesday morning's session of
the police court. For some reason or other
the police magistrate eould not see the
ordinance In the light that Joseph Spelgle
wanted him to see it. Joseph Spelgle,
dealer in second-hand goods, had failed to
make a report of the purchase of second
hand goods, which proved later to have
been stolen, to Chief of Police Dona hue as
per the requirements of the city's statutes.
By so doing Spelgle acted in defiance of the
law and laid himself open, to arrest. After
protesting his innocence to his honor Judge
Crawford imposed a fine of J10 and costs.
Clyde Wroth, one of the boys who Is said
to have stolen the goods which were event
ually sold to Spelgle was bound over to
the district court in the sum of t2tO on the
charge of incorrigibility.
Frank Duffy and Robert Robinson, who
both mistook the gutter for their accus
tomed plsce of rest, were given thirty daya
In the county jail to get over the effects of
the liquid refreshments which they had
freely Imbibed on the day previous.
That some of Omaha's thoroughfares are
set apart for special purposes seemed not
at all clear to Eugene Jackson, a coal
driver. In fart all streets looked alike to
him until the police Judge specifically
showed him that certain streets were not to
be used by drivers of heavy wagons. Aa It
was Jackson's first offence a fine of fl and
costs was Imposed by Judge Crawford.
Jamea Ross and George Fulton were both
lined II and costs for being drunk and aus
CHICAGO Sc NORTHWESTERN R'T
Announces Round-Trip Excursion Rates
from All Points July 12 to ft
Less than one fare for the round trip
to Shoshoni, Wyo.. the reservation border.
The only all-rail route to the reservation
Dates of registration, July 16 to SI, at
Shoshoni and Lander. Reached only by
Write for pamphlets telling how to take
up one of these attractive homesteads.
Information, maps and pamphlets free on
request at City Office. 1401-8 Fa mam St.,
or addresa 8. F. Miller, A. O. F. V T. A.,
1201 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
Flatting; and Camping Rates to Clear
Lake, la., Via Chicago Great
For parties of ten or more one fare and
one-third for the round trip, good for ten
days. Tickets on sale dally until Septem.
ber SO. For further information apply to
H. H. Churchill. G. A., 151! Farnam St.
Mrs A C. Bamett, proprietor of
general store in . Avard, Oklahoma,
Vila in the following grateful letter
how Cuticura cured him and his aon
of terrible eczemaa:
"My little boy had ectema. His !
bead waa one solid sore, all over his
scalp; his hair all came out, and he
guftered very much. 1 bad a phvticiaa
treat him, but at the end of three
months he waa no better. I remem
bered that the Cuticura Remedies
had cured me, and aftrr giving him
twa bottles of Cuticura Resolvent,
according to directions, and using
Cuticura Soap and Ointment on him
daily, his ecaema left him, hia hair
grew again, and neither he nor myself
have had any ecaema since.
Aa to his own case, Mr. Harnett says :
" I suffered with ecsema, a burning,
itching, breaking out on my tare for
more than a year. I took treatment
from physiciana for several months,
which did no good. 1 waa then
adviaed to try Cuticura. I took
tix bottles of Cuticura Resolvent, and
used Cuticura Soap and Ointment
freely every day. 1 began to improve
soon after s Lax ting to use them, and
when 1 had taken the six bottles of
the Resolvent ray face had become
clear, I had good color, and all erup
tions had left me,
"We use the Cuticura Soap and
Ointment in our family now for
general use, and it keeps our skin
soft and healthy, I cheerfully recom
mend the Cuticura Remedies for all
eases of eerema. (signed) A. C. Har
nett, Avard, Oklahoma, Mar. 30, 190 ft. "
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PURINGT0N BLOCK PAVING
Improvement t lab Votes Choice of
Material for I'se on Twenty-Foarta.
The Southwest Improvement club met
last evening in regular session In the hall
at Twenty-fourth and Lesvenworth streets.
The principal business considered was the
pavement of Twenty-fourth street from
lcavenworth to Benton. It was decided to
petition for Purlngton block as the pavng
material to be used. It was also dec'.ded
to petition for 'Hertford stone as the ms
terlal for curbing.
There was a large attendance at the
meeting and great Interest was msnlfest
In the paving question.
To Correct False Reports.
The report being circulated that Hayden
Bros, are using the depositors' money In
their business Is absolutely untrue.
The deposits In Hayden Bros'; bank are
loaned on the best and most available se
curity for the safety of the deposits.
Not only that, but Hayden Bros', bank has
more solid wealth and cash resource for
Its liabilities than any other bank we
know of, either In this state or elsewhsre.
There Is no mortgage or Incumbrance of
any kind on Hayden Bros', property; It Is
all clear to strengthen' and aupport the
bank assets In case of panic or adverse
conditions of any kind. It might be well
to think of these facts when making your
Hayden Bros', bank will nay i per "cent
interest from July 1 on all deposits made
before July 15; no notice required to with
draw your money.
HAYDEN BROS., BANKERS.
Eddie Goodro Is one of a family of
aeven children. The parents and other
members of the family are broken-hearted
and the two boy companions are almost as
nearly distracted. .
Poshing Levy Ordinance.
The city council met last night to hasten
the work of passing the levy and sppro
prlatlon ordinances. The Judiciary com
mittee, to whom the ordinances were re
fsrred, reported favorably to the second
and third reading and final passage of the
ordinances and on motion of Fred Hef
linger, chairman of the Judiciary com
mittee, the ordinances were read a second
time according to law. The council, hav
ing no other matter demanding attention,
adjourned until tonight, when the ordi
nances will be given the third and final
Meeting to Disease Vladact.
A committee of the whole council has
arranged a meeting with the Board of
County Commissioners for next Saturday.
The object of the meeting Is to get to
gether on the proposition for a viaduct
over the Burlington tracks on West Q
street. . The council and a delegation from
the board will then wait on the officials
of the Burlington railroad, the object being
to come to an understanding with the
railroad company aa to the kind of a via
duct which the latter proposes to construct
at Forty-fourth street. On this depends
somewhat the amount which will have to
be expended for the approaches. The ex
pense to the city will probably be $3,000 or
14.000. with a like expenditure by the
county. . .
Icvcstlaratlng Bond Coapons.
The report of the duplication of coupons
of the South Omaha"C0nded securities has
awakened the Interest of the Omaha banks.
One firm, which It wpuld, appear has been
dealing with some 'yf,.he parties In the
east who have to do with the handling of
the South Omaha bonds, made exhaustive
Inquiry of the city officials yesterday, de
siring to find put tha. nature of the dis
crepancies and their extent. Nothing fur
ther has developed In the case, though the
tnaVter will certainly have a thorough In
vestigation by the firms Interested. It Is
likely that auch a Arm as Moore Baker
Of Boston will leavs no stone unturned
In clesring their institution of any con
nection with the affair. Kountze Bros, are
already acting under the Instructions of
the city In Investigating the affair. It has
been developed that there are about 13,000
of the South Omaha bonds which should
have been taken up by lhe Issue of re
funding bonds which cannot be located,
though a diligent search has been made.
They were originally bought by a mercan
tile company of the south, but since that
time nothing has been heard of them.
Sooth Omaha laborer Balks at Paying
Three Dollars for Mia
Jo'in Keen, a South Omaha laborer. Is
unable to make up Ms mind whether It
Is worth 3 to be a citizen of the I'nlted
States or not. Teeterday he completed the""
preliminary proofs for naturalisation In
district court, but was taken aback some
what when Deputy Clerk Gallagher asked
him for the statutory fee. Keen said he
didn't have It with him and he did not
know whether he would pay It or not, even
If he did have It.
"Just before election," he said, "they
were running them In here In droves and
It didn't cost a cent to get the papers then."
He was shown the cash book to prove
everybody had paid, but he teft with a
dissatisfied expression on his face without
paying the fee or getting his papers.
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APPEALS FROM TAX LEVY
Protests Filed by Property Owners
Aaalnst Sewer District
Robert M. Grose and a number of other
property owners In Dewey Place addition
have filed appeals to the district court from
the City Board of Equalisation Involving
special taxes levied In sewer district No.
T9. The work, according to the petition
was done about fifteen years ago and the
taxes were recently relevled. the first levy
having been held Illegal. The contention
of the property owners is that the relevy
The Willis Land company and others
have appealed from the action of the Board
of Equalization in levying special taxes
for paving In district No. 698. In Idlewlld
addition. This Is also a relevy of. old
LOW ROISD TRIP RATES
To New Jersey, Long Island and New
England Coast Resorts.
The Lake Shore will aell excursion tickets
to Asbury Park, Atlantlo City, Uong
Branch, Sag Harbor, Newport, Block
Island and all principal coast resorts. Re
turn limit October 81, 1S0S. Stop-over of
ten days at New York, Philadelphia, Niag
ara Falls, etc For full particulars write
M. S. Giles. T. P. A., Chicago. W. J.
Lynch. Passenger Traffic Manager, Chi
Round Trip Summer Rites From Croatia
TO 160 CANADIAN AND NEW ENGLAND
CITIES AND RESORTS.
DATES OF SALE.
Canadian Destinations, Daily.'
New England Destinations, July 18; August 8 and 22. -
15-day limit, one fare plus $ 2.00
30-day limit, one fare plus 4.00
San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland and Seattle. . 60.00
7.3K to Minneapolis and St. Pant and
Return front Omaha Via Chi.
eaao Great Western Railway.
Account O. A. R. National Encampment
at Minneapolis, August 13th to 18'h. Tick
ets on ssle August 11th to 13th. Return liiolt
August 31st, with extension privilege..
For further information apply to H. H.
Churchill, G. A., 1512 Farnam St., Omaha.
To Clear Lake and Retara.
The Chicago Great Weatern railway will
run an excursion to Clear Lake, la., Satur
day, July 14. Trains will leave Omaha at
7:44 a. m. and 1:30 p. m. A tourist aleeper
will be handled In the 8:J0 p. m. train.
On the return trip It will be run In the
train leaving Mason City at 1:6 a. m., July
11 Tickets also good returning on all reg
ular trains, Monday. July 11 For further
Information apply to II. K. Churchill, O. A.,
1512 Farnam street, Omaha, Neb.
Pleasant Ways far Summer Days.
Grand Trunk-Lehlgh Valley Double
Track Route. Chicago to New York via
Niagara Falls; Grand Trung-Ontral Vermont-Boston
& Maine Route from Chicago
to Boston and the Grand Trunk Railway
System to Montreal, Quebec and Portland
double track from Chicago to Montreal.
Fares, descriptive literature, etc.. will ba
mailed on application to Geo. W. Vaux,
A. G. P. A T. A . 136 Adama St., Chicago.
WATCHES Frenser, 15th and Dodge Sta
Fishing aad Csfsslss Rates to Madi.
tos Lake, Watervllle and Elyslan.
Minn., Via Cbleago Oroat
For parties of ten or more, one fare and
ne-thlrd for the round trip, good for tea
days. Tickets on sale dally until Sep
tember SO. For further Information apply
to H. H. Churchill. O. A., 1512 Farnam St.
Priest Has Youth In Charge.
Judge Button has paroled John O'Brien
one of the two youths charged with bur
glary st s barber shop, In the custody of
Father O'Hearn of South Omaha. O'Brien
took the pledge not to drink any more and
promised to behave himself hereafter. He
will be given a chance to make gbod the
promise, but the case will not be dis
missed until he shows whether or not he
nlends doing so.
Ths following marriage licenses
Name and Residence.
Dominic Sctrpello. Omaha
Marie t alatmi. .Omaha ,
Thomas A. Roberts. Waco, Tex
Mvrtle Smith. Shenandoah, la
Charles Smtsek. South Omaha
j Annie Krajicek, South Omaha ,
I Vaclav Minihergr, South Omaha
I Ulllan O. Kadavy. South Omaha
Arthur E. Katon. Kansss City, Kan
Bertha Norinxn. Omaha
Irfiuls John WlllhofT. Omaha
times lHliaoeih Kegler. Council Bluffs.
John A. Mcllvalne, Omaha
Isabel Nichols. Omaha
Arthur G. Mctv.nald, Omaha
Ida Codner, Omaha
Charley B. Bennett. Benson
Martha Nelson. Florence
DIAMONDS Edholm. lh and Harney.
Daaaerans Fire Ilpned.
The promptness of ths lire department In
responding to an alarm from the basement
of -the Kutherford A Jensen store. 614-614
South Sixteenth street, prevented a possi
ble disastrous conflagration about 10 o'clock
Wednesday evening. A blase started In
box of oil-soaked sawdust 'surrounded by
barrels' of paints and Ails, but betng In full
view of passers by on the sidewalk, two
Tooth Talk No. 48
Crown or Bridge Work.
I never recommend crown an
bridge work when it la practicable
to save the natural teeth by gold
or porcelain filling.
However skillfully executed.
however perfect a substitute
crown and bridge work may be. It
la a substitute and aa auch should
not be resorted to aa long aa a
tooth can ba retained in lta origi
Nevertheless, In many caaea
crowned tooth la not only more
pleasing In appearance but more
comfortable than the natural one,
even when the natural tooth la
only slightly decayed. And ao
every raae la "a law unto Itself,"
and only pergonal examination of
your individual needs can deter
mine what ia beet for you.
I make no charge whatever for
examination and advice, and aa all
my work la executed by myself
personally I can asaurfe you of th
greatest care and moat scientific
treatment In caaea that do demand
My porcelain fillings are bardly
to be distinguished from the rest
of the tooth atrlbuta to care In
matching tha ahadea.
DR. FICKRS, Dentist. 8S Be Bldg.
'Phone Douglie (ST.
Hints for Planning Tour Vaeatloa.
A little nots will bring to you our book
let on Summer Vacations where to go, ho a
to get there and What It will cost. It con
tains over eighty different tours, combin
ing rsll and water routea. No vacation
plana should be completed without consult
ing this guide. For a copy address C. C.
Merrill. Traveling Passenger Agent. 10th
and Walnut Sts.. Knss City, Mo. W. J.
Lynch. Pass. Traffic Manager. Chicago.
No Meeting of Police Commission.
A minority of the Board of Fire and Po
lice Commissioners met last night In ex
pectation of a meeting of the board, but
as none of the other members appeared
up to t o'clock Secretary Bergqulst and
. B.' Van Bant came to order and ad
journed until next Tuesday night.
Maglo City (iosslo.
Charles Pesnohlldek Is about to build a
Caroline Bryant Is erecting a U.000 resl-
aenre at ZiVb B street.
Irving Cutter of the Glnn Publishing com
psny was In the city yesterday.
The Independent Order of Foresters will
meet inis evening at its hall on N street.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morlartv rave a
dinner at the South Omaha Country club
Elroy Tibhltts has taken out a permit
for a I?u addition to his residence, near
i wenty-seoona snn r streets.
T. B. McPhersOn hss gone to hia old home
In Maryland, having been called there by
me suuaeu a eaui 01 a relative.
O. H. Brewer was elected president of the
Stste Association of Kinhainiers. This is
his third year of service in that capacity.
Mrs. O. A. Brown snd daughter of Kansas
City are the guests of J. M. Tanner this
week. Mrs. Tanner gsve a party last even
ing in ineir nonor.
The Highland Psrk Improvement club
will hold a meeting tonight for the purpose
of electing onVers and attending to other
important matters or business.
Miss Bertha K. Clark, one of he most
popular Houtn omana teachers, will open
a summer srhool cf oratory at the old high
scnooi nuiiaing, Mnnaay, July 16.
Etta Beasley was fined $ and costs fot
being drunk and disturbing the peace. She
was mixed up In a fight, during which
some one broae a guitar over her head.
8ilas Barton of Grand Islnnd and O J
Van Dyke of Shelton were among the state
officials of the Ancient Order of I'nlted
Workmen present st the Installation serv
ices luesday evening.
Miss Gosney sprained her ankle severely
yesterday morning while running to catch
a car. At nrst tne aoctor thought some
of the bones of the Instep ware broken, but
It now appears they are not.
On oomplalnt,aworn nut by the city sani
tary Inspector a warrant was Issued for
the arrest of Balthas Jetter on a charge)
of continuing a nuisance on his properly
i iniriy-Bixm ana r sireeis.
Samuel Anderson of Beirut, tressurer of
the Svrtsn Protestsnt rollers at thst Dolut
wss visiting friends In South Omaha ys-
terasy. a numoer 01 nis classmates In tne
I'niverslty of Nebrsska sre in South
N. Cameron. James Brsdy. Willrffm John
son and Mike Iigsn sppeared before the
court snd received small sentences yester-
dav. The three latter were for vagrancy
and the former, for trsspasalng on the t'nlon
The following blr'hs were reported yester
dsv: Maurice X'openharre. 174 N street.
a boy; Thomas Knur. Twenty-ninth and N.
a aaignier; Anarew wdii. vra isortn iwen-t ., . . . ..:
ty-nlnth street, a boy; Emlle Bus her. 403 I tvin, and yet emCaC10U itl removing
o sireei, a aaugntrr.
The Soutn Omaha police are looking for
Eugene Williams, coiorea, woo Is wanted
for assaulting Alma Keed, a colored girl.
With desperation he threw a shoe at the
object of his affections, inflicting a pain-
iui wound oenina ntr ear.
Ths funeral service over Francis Loner-
an, Tblrty-sixUi and O atresia, vul be
One way via Shasta Route
Spokane, W&slu. . . . . .
Butte and Helena
Yellowstone Park Tour 1
Salt Lake City and Offden
Glenwood Springs, Colo.
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo.
Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, July 10 to 16 15.00
Sheridan, Wyo ... ..vv.. 26.4u
Deadwood and Lead, S. D 18-75
Hot Springs, S. D. , 16.40
Hot Spr ngs, Deadwood and Lead, S. D.,
July 11 to 16 1500
Chicago, HI 20.00
St. Louis, Mo. ...'....4 18.50
MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN RESORTS.
Reduced Rates Daily.
Better call or write and let me plan your summer
vacation for you. I can give you all the
latert information and free descriptive lit
erature. J. D. REYNOLDS. C. P. A..
1502 Farnam St Cmaha, Neb.
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A Hew Trala for Fort Dodge.
The Chicago Great Western railway la
now running a train leaving Omaha union
station at 8.10 p. m.. Council Bluffs at
I BO p. m., arriving at Fort Dodge at 7:65
p. m. An excellent train for Mlnden, Har
lan, Manning, Carroll, Lohrvllle, Homers,
Fort Podge and Intermediate stations. For
full Information apply to II. II. Churchill,
general agent, 1612 Farnam St., Omaha.
Northweslera'a gaeclal Cars.
The Chlcsgo A Northwestern will, begin-
n.nv with Tuesoav. give a eieenmj ar
service from Missouri Valley to Chadion
on account of the opening or the hhanonA
reservation. Omaha passenger will catch
same at Fremont.
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Delicate enough for the softest
any tain. Keeps the akin in perfect
condition, in tne Dam givei an ma
desirable after-effects of a Turkish
bath. It should be oo every wash
stand. ALL OROCERS AND DRUQOISTS
High Grade Treatment
(If responsible), you may pay when eursd.)
rou have a disease or wsakness Decultar Te
the Pelvic regien, your oondltlon calls promptly
for tne best treatment the medical t,iuika oii
affords. Of this fact you must be thoroughly
convinced when you stop te consider how many
dlffsrsnt doctors you have consulted, and how
many bottlss ef worthless tnedlclnss you have
taken. We have no fault to find with the maa
who employs such Inferior treatment, for that
Is his privilege, but the money he th'ia expends
would go far toward securing for him a cure
that Is safe, rapid and permanent. v e have
long studied and thoroughly mastered Infirmi
ties of this character male pelvte diseases.
Recently we have treated scores of stubborn cases,
and not a single failure er unpleasant result
has been reported to us. Other physlolens may
treat men, but we cure them, cure them to re
main cured, ana tnis isct we are .prepares, to
prove te the entire satisfaction of any man sin
cerely interested, uur tees are as low as tney
ty ffte fif ana b:f mfhofi we cure fe remain cures', VAKICOCELl, URETHRAL
IS 0SSTRUCT10H. SPECIFIC B100D F01S0H. MRV0.ITl DEBILITY. PROSThTIC,
BLADDER and KIDKEY froua'ei, $n4 til steeiafe Hitutt ind weaknei.ef, arfth
faelr reflex complcafieai,
I3tb and Farnam 5ts
can be consistent with high
1 Northwestern Medical
ZL Surgical Institute sees
"Follow the Flag"
Harry E. Moores,
G. A. P. D.
1601 Farnam St.
No! Was There Last Year
I am going soon for a 30-day trip
via "The Cool Northern Route." The
"WABASH "offers about half fare to
points in Canada, New Kngland, etc.
They give you choice of route to Chi
cago, thence via Detroit, Niagara
Falls, including lake and river trips,
and all that sort. They have a book
let giving description of a great many
trips. Get one and think it over, and
go alonf .
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