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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, JULY 17,
NEW BOOKKEEPING METHODS
lUf rmi Ara Propowd kj Ur to tha
WANTS YEARS' TO BE MAOE THE SAME
Talnke Bl . to Ha Cs aad
rnU,r Fiscal Periods
Warrant la aeries.
Chairman T"re nf the finance ommltt'e
of the county board hss submitted a plan
for a revision of the method of bookkeeping
In us In connection with the clalma and
warrants departments. On of the prin
cipal reforms advocated Is a change In the
county fiscal year, which now runa from
the time of making the levy In Aurust
until Just before the following levy. Mr.
1're'a sustention la that the county year
rorreppond with the f commissioner year,
which bnjrlns early In January, when the
crmmlwlnners take office.
In addition to this he would have all
clalma and warranta run In aerlea by year
and have claim and warrant reglatera for
each commissioner year. Thla method, ha
contend, would enable each county board
to be checked up easily aa to expenditures
and would make It easy to determine at any
time just how much the board had ex
pended for current expenses. The present
eyatem la aald to be ao complicated It la
hard to separate the expenditures of differ.
ent boarda. The overlapping of the floral
and the commissioner yeara also compll
. catea matter. The scheme haa been sub
mltted to a committee, Including the county
'clerk, auditor and county attorney.
Other Routine Matter.
Delegates from the Weat Leavenworth
Improvement club called on the board Mon-
day and asked that a part of the perma
nent road fund derived from the Inheritance
tax be expended on Ieavenworth afreet to
Klmwood park. They point out thla would
make a beautiful drive down Leavenworth
to the park and back by the way of Dodge
F. A. Naah of the electric light company
haa renewed hie demand for a aettlement
rf hla claim of $7. for electricity fur
nished the county In A controversy
between the board and the company fol
lowed the expiration, of a three-year con
tract for a light at the county hospital.
The old contract culled for a 20-cent rata,
but this expired In 1901. Then the company
put In a 16-cent rate, allowing a 10-cent dis
count. The county now haa an 8-cent rate
and has allowed warranta for the 1904 bills
on the 8-cent baala. The company took the
. warrants, but denies It Intended to accept
them in" full of the account. County Audi
tor Smith asserts the company waa allow
ing 30 and 40 per cent discount at the time
It was allowing the county only 10 per cent.
' Borne of the members of the board were of
the opinion the acceptance of the warranta
' will prevent the company from making
. any further claim and the matter haa been
referred to the county attorney for an
Bids for Coal Bapply.
The county commissioners at the after
noon meeting let bids for the year's suuply
of coal on all Items except for the Indigent
poor and the county hospital. Bids on
these two ttetna were rejected and new ones
will be received July 23, at noon. In the
opinion of the board the specifications were
not broad enough on these items to Include
all brands of coal. The new bids will be
for "0 cars of soft coal In quarter, half and
ton lota and thirty cars of soft coal deliv
ered on the county hospital switch.
The bids accepted were as follows:
Court house and Jail, C. B. Havens com
pany, Cherokee nut, 12.86; Cherokee steam,
$2.8R; Missouri mine run, KM; Iowa mine
run. $3 06. Detention school. C. W. Hull
& Co., Trenton lump, 14. M; anthracite, 60;
Union Fuel company, Sheridan, 15.75.
County Clerk Haverly asked the board to
Increase the salary of Deputy Frank Dewey
to $125. The rVqueat waa referred .to the
committee of the whole. The committee
on con-t house and Jnll waa commissioned
to mnke arrangements with the city author
ities rcgxrdlng rental for the space occu
pied In the city hall by Treasurer Fink.
The board allowed the claims of the
Judges and clerks at the recent primary on
the basis of $ for those In the city and $4
for those In the oounty precincts. The to
tal amount of the claims waa $2,182.
The commissioners have ordered work
to begin on county roads with seven road
machines, two elevators and five graders.
SECOND SUIT FOR A DIVORCE
Mattla anal Basil Osear Staler Hit,
Mora Marital Trouble oa
For the second time In their married life
of twenty years Wattle Bixler and Basil
Oscar Bixler are In the divorce court to
settle their marital troublea. Mrs. Bixler
wants the court to annul her second mar
riage to Mr. Bixler on the grounds he has
failed to carry out the promises he mad
her when she married him the aecond time.
Judge Day, at her request, laaued a re
straining order to prevent him from going
to her home at 2S North Twenty-fifth
street and molesting her or their three
children or In any way laying his hands
on them or selling their personal prop
erty. Their first marriage took place Septem
ber 18, 118(1, and four children were born
to them. October 28. 1902, they were
divorced at the request of Mrs. Bixler
because of alleged cruelty and drunken
ness. September 27. 1904, they were mar
ried again at Kearney on his promise, she
alleges, that he would quit drinking and
treat the family as he should. That his
.promises were shortlived Is Indicated by
the charge that on October 20 of the same
year he knocked her clear across the
room and threatened her and their daugh
ter. Once, she says, he pawned a satchel
and some of her clothes for It and she
bad to pay this sum to get the property
back. Because of his threats to Injure
the family she says she and her children
kept watch of him at' night to aee that he
did not carry them out. She aaya It is
Impossible for her to live with him any
longer and . wanfa the court to divorce
them once more and give her custody of
Probing at t'tcvelaael.
CLEVELAND. July 18.-The federal grand
Jury today resumed the Inquiry In connec
tion with the charges against the Lake
Shore A Mli'hixan CentrHl Kullroad com
pany and the Standard Oil company. In
which both corporations are alleged to have
violated the Interstate commerce law.
A 8kln of Beauty la a Joy rorwvar
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Creet Linen SaJe
Tuesday we offer wonderful bara-alna In the
$5,000 PURCHASE OF SAMPLE LINENS
Hemstitched and selvage table clothe,
napkins, lunch cloths, Jray cloths, doi
lies, dresser and side board scarfs, hem
stitched, buck and damask towels, hem
stitched linen sheets, pillow cases, etc.
These are all bought at 50 per cent
less than cost to import. They are trav
eling men's and show room samples
on eale at One-Half Regular Prices.
GREAT BARCJAIN SQUARES AND TABLES IN THE'
BASEHENT flAKE THE SELECTIONS EASY.
TUESDAY'S EXTRA SPECIALS
17-inch Unbleached Linen Towel
ing, alwayg gold at 10c f
yard, special, yard DC
8-4 and 10-4 full Bleached Irish
Linen Pattern Table Cloths,
11.25 and $2.60 Qfi- f
values, at, each . Zt OC'LatJ
I Sale ol Sheets and Pillows Cases
Some Slightly Imperfect.
Sheets are made from the highest quality of muslin manu
factured regular and extra size, plain hem or hemstitched
borders, some have a machine spot or a
dropped thread others are sound and per
fect, worth as high as $1.25, at
Pillow Cases All sizes, nicely hemstitched or plain borders,
some slightly stained, others per- A 1 f C
feet, on eale Monday at .lUC-I-C-IajC
Ladles' $2 Waists at 69c
These are up-to-date
white waists, long and
all new de
signs, at . . . .
Wash Laces Vals, Torchons and Cluny Laces and Inser
tions, in a variety of widths, worth Z t C 7 1
up to 15c a yard, at, yard oC
'FRISCO RATE IS STILL IN
Grain Tariff that Was Outlawed Continue!
to HaT Its Effeot.
TAKES TRADE OUT OF OMAHA SOUTH
Local Grain Eiehssgt Which' Oace
Knocked Oat Schedule Docs
Not Slcnlfr What It
Will Do Kow.
. Railroad men report that train Is still
moving from southern Nebraska to Kansas
City and thence south on the 'Frisco on the
old rate which the 'Frisco was supposed to ,
have been compelled to cancel. The Omana
Grain exchange went after the 'Frisco for
putting In the rate, which was placed In
effect for the special benefit of Kansas
City. The rate waa knocked out on techni
cal grounds. In that it waa not drawn In
proper form, because It simply stated that
the 'Frisco would cut the existing rate and
did not state what the new rate waa. The
law requires the road to state specifically
what the rate Is. It could not be learned
whether the Oraln exchange would go after
the 'Frisco again or not.
Elk Bates Draw Crowds.
Burlington trains through Omaha Buaday
were run In two and three sections to ac
commodate the large number of people
going to Colorado to take advantage of the
low rates put In effect because of the Elks'
convention. Train No. S Sunday afternoon
waa run In three sections, train No. 1 wa
run In two sections, the second section be
ing an exact duplicate of the electric
lighted fast Chicago-Denver train,- and No.
IS was run In two sections. "On occajfbns
like the big convention at Denver," said
Ii. W. Wakeley, general passenger ayent
of the Burlington, "we do not try for the
special trains and organised business, but
prefer to maintain an exact achedule and
take care of our regular patrona and those
wishing to use our road. We have found
we can utilise all our equipment on regular
trains and sections of regular trains, and
can give satisfaction to more people - by
hustling them through on the schedule
The first section of the Burlington's No. I
Sunday afternoon consisted of nine heavy
Pullman cars and waa pulled from the
station and up the hill without the aid of
a pusher by "one of the new Baldwin Pa
clAo type engines which the Burlington has
recently received for Its regular service.
Law la Hard to Obey.
Gerrlt Fort, assistant general passenger
sgent of the fnlon Pacinc. has returned
from Chicago, where he has been fof sev
eral weeks attending various meetings of
the Installation of new rates and other pas
senger business. t
"The principal thing which Is worrying
traffic officials at present Is to figure out
some way to live up to the new laws aa re
cently enacted by congress," said Mr. Fort,
"It will be no easy matter to obey the law
strictly, for It Is very complex and has
many bad features. For Instance a strict
compliance with the law would compel a
railroad company to quote apeclflc rates
from all points on Its lines to all other
points In the country and this would be
nearly impossible. It Is supposed the Inter
state Commerce commission will not be un
reasonable. The head officials of our road
have Issued instructions to follow the law
and o keep within Its exact meaning."
Broader Field for Bldwell.
George F. Bldwell. formerly manager of
the Nebraska and Wyoming divisions of
the Northwestern road, has been promoted
to be general manager of the company's
Hues west of the Missouri, with his head
quarters still at Omaha. The order, signed
by W. A. Gardner, vice' president, and ap
proved by Marvin Hughltt. la made effect
ive at once.
Big Job of Plowing.
Mace Moore of Ravenna has taken con
tract to plow Are guards along each ade
of the Burlington ralirosd from Anselmo
weat lor a distance of M suite. Hi con
5. p. n.
Silver bleached all linen Table
Damask, the BOc quality, for
tills aale, at, per
2 yards wide full bleached soft
finished Table Damask, Q
. $1.25 quality, at, yard...OOC
Ladles' $3.50 Waists at 95c
Sheer white waists, lin
gerie effects, embroidery
and lace trim
tract calls for the plowing of five furrows
along each 'side of the right-of-way. The
Job Is equivalent to plowing five furrows
6C0 miles long. Mr. Moore left for Anselmo
last week and has six teams engaged In the
Hallway Notes nnd Personals.
General Manager Bldwell of the North
western has gone to Chlcugo.
C. K. Bpens' general indent of the Burling
ton, has returned from Denver. '
F. B. Southard, ticket auditor of the
Lnlon Pacific, has gone to Chicago.
8. F. Miller, asxistant gc nrral freight
agent of the Northwestern, is in Chicago.
George S: MacRae of St. Paul assistant
general pasnenger agent of he Omaha
road, in In Omaha.
..H- J; Pne'pa. division passenger agent of
tliti Illinois Central at Duhuque,. caine in
with a party of Klks and remalnea over
Eugene Duval, assistant general agent of
the Milwaukee, has returned from a visit
of a couple of weeks in Montreal and
F. Montgomery, asistant general freight
agent of the Burlington, haa gone to Chi
cago to attend a meeting of the transconti
nental freight association.
O. A. Griswold. city passenger agent of
the Northwestern at Chicago, was In
Uniaha Sunday and Monday, coming over
with a train load of Elks bound for Denver.
The Burlington's wool warehouse burned
Saturday with aWt.OOO pounds of wool which
waa stored there. The railroad nrntecta
tho shippers on this business, so the wool
was fully Insured.
Conductor Ade of the Northwestern hss
been placed In charge of the trains of the
Northwestern for the Shoshone reservation
opening at umana. and Council Bluffs dur
Ing the rush period.
Charles J. Ud. first assistant general
freight agent of the I'nion Pacltic, received
a wireless message Monday morning from
J. A. Munroe. The message was sent from
the ship while 600 miles from New York
and stated the weather was fine, the sea
aura ana an wen.
Commissioner J. M. Guild of the Com
mercial club haa lont to Frankfort. Mich
to attend the semi-annual meeting of the
western classification committee, which will
begin Tuesday and con.lnue two or three
days. Mr. Guild represents Omaha Jobbers,
wnu aesire 10 prevent certain changes In
freight classification and to have others
The following births and deaths have
been reported to the Board of Health dur
ing the forty-eight hours ending at noon
Births Peter Peterson, Park avenue and
Iyeaven worth, boy; Victor Johnson, 124
onuin j weniy-nrtn, gin; a. a. Rushton,
uijuin inineenin, ooy; jonn it. Tren
ery, 222 Caldwell boy.
Deaths Aanes Mares. 196t Bouth Thlr.
teenth, 6 months; Robert Huston. 412 Pierce,
The city has issued the fnllowlnr btilldlna
permits: Hastings Heyden. $4,000 frame
double dwelling at Thirtieth street and Cap
Itpl avenue; B. Kuchs, $1,600 frame dwelling
at Twentieth and 8prlng; C. Rvder, tl.oUO
frame dwelling at Twenty-fifth avenue and
Brown; J. 8. Innes. tl.&O frame dwelling
ai i wniyrinuui ana fori; r.., j. James
USUI frame dwelling: at Thlrtr-rirth nrt
Poppl-ton avenue; Mrs. C. A. Rector, !2,6uo
irume aweinng at vi Bewara.
WATCHES Frenser, Uth and Dodge Sts,
DO YOU KNOW
THAT under our roof you will find
displayed the handsomest array of.
BLACK and BLUE SERGES
In the city?
. Do you know that we will Include an
eitra pair of trouaer with every suit
ordered during July?
WILLIAM JERRCMS' 80N8.
SOB-Jl Bo. IMh 8U
OMATIA WEATHER FORECAST Tueartny, Eelr and Warmer,
Close Every Evening 'cept Saturday at 5
OMAHA'S BIGGEST GROCERY"
BIO VALVES 1'HOMIT AMI CAHKKl L NEK VICE MAKE! THIS
TEA rSCXAZi COBSXCAJT IUID TOM ICS TBA Ponnl 4Se
v And rifty Green Trading Stamps.
Worcester labia Salt, two sacks
And Ten Green
Salmon, fancy, pound can
And Ten Green
Thirty Green Trading Stamps
With Any Piece
Selling for 26c or More
Big Sale Continues on Screen Doors
SPECIAL PRICES TUESDAY-$1.25, $1.00 QQ
and... '.. ,'.'.'.,.. .-.v. !OC
And Thirty Oreen Trading Stamps With Each.
mrTT mr r a w--m a -nvj-va -
jjn;1UMATU CAW Fer
, '' Situated 15 miles from Truckee
f' on Main Line of
"The Overland Route"
IN THE HEART OF THE SIERRAS
Stop-overs permitted on Railroad and Pullman
Tickets. Connections made with the famous
. r Union Pacinc train. "THE OVERLAND
LIMITED" and other Through Trains.
THE PLACE TO REST
;f , 'Inquire at
City Ticket Office, 1324 FARNAM ST.
V 4 . - 5
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Flagar roughened by needlework'
catch every stain, and look hopelessW
dirty. Hand Sapolio removes not only
the dirt, but also the loosened. Injured
cuticle, and restore! tb fingers to
their omturmi bekuty.
ALL GKOCEKS AND DRUOCI9T
ALL TAN SHOES AND
ON SALE AT
25 PER CENT
W sr. doslnz tham out. all
our Mn a. Women's. Misses', Child
ren s arxl Boys'. Tsn Shoes and Ox
fords In this special sale.
Clapp's Russia Calf Oxfords, resilar
prlre ta.ft, sal. . 4 n
Tlapp's ' Imported Russia Calf Ox
fords, regular prli-e $.. A KO
sale arm 4OU
Hanan's Kussla Calf Oxfords, regu
lar price o.0o. sale '1 7C
price... O.aT O
Boyden's Russia Calf Oxfords, regular
prlo. .(, sale - "Tfii
Russia Calf Blucher Oxfords, regnilar
prl;e 13.50. sale O 7
Hanan's Imported Rimfls Calf and
Iark Tan Kid Oxfords, regular
price $4 6i, sale T f!6
ZelBler Bros.' Russia Calf Oxfords,
regular price HO"'. al. . Ck ff
Imported Russia Calf Oxfords, reru
lar price U. sale f
Dark Tan Kid Button Oxfords. rem
lar rlpe W.50. sal. 2.50
Dark Tan KM Oafords. reu- 2 2R
lar prk. ftuu. sale price.
Drexel Shoe Co.
141 Faroam Street.
: When Yon Write to
remember u takes only aa extra stroke
or two of the pea to sajr jreu aa lb ad
U Tae Bee,
LHI TRAC:.W.3 SUMPS EYUT TiSiE
Bennett's Capitol Baking Powder, pound can B4e
And Ten Green Trading Stamps. ( .
Kippered Herring (Free Aberdeen Awa), can. .. 100
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Jell-O, assorted, three packages..... tSo
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Japan Rice, fine, two pounds.' .'..' lea
And Ten Green Trsdlng Stamps.
VXW TOBBT TTU OBBAM OKZIII, In.
And Thirty Oreen Trading Stamps.
Schepp's Cocoanut, pound package 8 Be
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Lemon Extract, bottle. ...... . Ho
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
Baked Beans, three large rans 96e
And Ten Green Trading Stamps.
Bennett's Bargain Soap, ten bars BSe
RELIfF FOR LADIES HBflr
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Ak""n(.fs.nUaktsrHslalw. Imedi. U
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CraMllttisa f rs
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nlM'.aMr" -f 1 t. -"-fW sl - m
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full BM i r . - J ? !
r.ii 1 'Jiill''fJ. Ma.
Thla manlfloeat kot.l haa tt beaa
tlful rooms and Is located at 11th and
McOee streets In the shopping district.
Only half a block from the Emory,
Bird. Thay.r dry goods store; bear all
the t healers.
IW rrtoast laakk
Islrfssaa si U tesssa. let sad CeM laakks
Water la Ivsry Bessa, VacsetUed Cast, rerteal
Caala. dak resklsaki as4 TaMs 'Ms kav
en Unai tm Cass, Istas II sy aad OswarC
Reservations may ka mads hy tele
graph at our expense.
KVPFER - HKXSON HOTEL CO.
r. A. BCkgOif, Maeaer.
Hot Springs, Oo. Dak.
Beautifully situated In the vale of Min
nrkahta. The health and pleasure resort of the
nordiwest. Only a inajht s ride from Omaha.
Oolf. tennis, swimming, coaching, horse
hack and burro rides end other amuse
ments. Kxcellent orchestra In attendance.
Visit womlerful wind cave.
Exceptionally low rates on both C. m. N.
V. and Burlington.
For rates and Information, address:
KOV M. HCXTT. Manager.
Beilevue College Dormitories
July 7 to September 7.
Addreaa 15KI.I.KVI K t'OI.I.KGE,
I'bone Ked 12, feto. Omaha.
rt ' i i a
THE RELIABLE STARK
A Few Special
Are Here Mentioned. Hundreds
Men's Neckwear Sale Tuesday
For the flrat time during thla aale we will show our complete line ot
Men' and Boya' Neckwear, and the Trices Mean (Juick Clearance. Most of
thla line of goods waa entirely undamaged, but the boxes being wet we were
forced to remove them. The prices for Tuesday mean Having of Fully Half
to You. .
Fine Ties, worth regularly up to $1.00,
Jn light or dark' colors, newest
; shapes, most up-to-date patterns
choice Tuesday, 60c
Men's Hose, worth '10c to 80c per
pair, in plain or fancy colors, all
slies great anap, at,
pair, 25c, 10c and
Three Tuesday Morning Specials
Don't fail to take advantage of these splendid offers. Come early Tuesday.
AH Kinds of Wash Goods, worth up to 10c per yard, on bargain square, f
(new building), at, yard (
All Kinds of Wash Ooods, worth up to 16c per yard, on bargain square,
(basement new building), at, yard Q
All Kinds of Wash Goods, worth up to 25c per yard, on bargain square, r
(basement new building), at, yard ....JC
Peaches Peaches Peaches
Now la the time to can this delicions fruit. We have Just received a car ot
extra fancy Elberta, Texas, Freestone Peaches. Theee are the finest that
grow; the richest in flavor; Juicy and sweet, and nothing finer for canning.
' Tomorrow" we will place thla car on aale at per four-basket ay
crates, 3 per crate ....aJC
Single baskets, ,
each . r . , 'JZDC
No dealers or commission houses supplied at these prices.
21 pounds best Pure Cane Granulated Hugar t a a
i for;....... I.UU
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liL Li uJuJliinjLr v-lia
The direct route to St. Paul and Minneapolis, Su
perior, Duluth and all points in southern Minnesota,
northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of
Michigan is via The North-Western Line
Round trip from
Return limit July
until August 15th
SO Round trip from
Return limit October 31st
Two fast trains per day leave Omaha 7.50 a.m. and
8.28 p. m. Splendid equipment. The night train
is electric lighted throughout with buffet-smoking
and library car, splendid Pullman sleeping cars and
free reclining chair cars.
6fe Best of Everything.
For tickets, sleeping car reservations and full information apply t
1401-03 Farnam St., Omaha, end 522 Broadway, Council Bluffs
A TWELVE SIZE
Thin model watch Is the proper sis for .f8"111"8'"
use. We have the mln olJ filled, 116 00, 118.00. 120.00.
same In aollrt cold $6.00 to around 150.00. These are
tasty, desirable, reliable, watches.
Bpend a few minutes in our store, look for the Hams.
S. W. LINDSAY, JEWELER.
1818 Douglaa St.
YQU WILL KNJOY THE
ALWAYS THE SAME. ALWAVS THE REST.
F. R. RICE MERCANTILE CIOAR CO., Manufacturer. ST. LOCIS.
Dro.dway, Fifth Ave. and 27th St, NEW YORK
Tft lr kUl la iaUahattaa fraatlac aa Broadway aad Flith Avaaae.
The Very Best
of Others Fully as Interesting
Men's Tie that sold up to 50c, in
newest patterns Four-in-Handa,
TeckB, Strings or Bowa, will ' go
Tuesday, at, 2 He, 10c
Men'a l'ntlTwear, worth up to $1.50
per garment, come in 811k and Lisle,
Pure Lisle, finest colors, will go
at 69c, 60c "1 C
Omaha July 24th, 25th and 26th.
31st, with privilege of extension
on payment of fee of 50c
Omaha daily during the summer.
20 DISCOUNT ON
Traveling Dae, Suit Canes and
Japanese Matting Hult Casea thla
mouth. Largest stock and greatest
range of prices In the went.
We are sole agents for the Barnum
We carry everything in Traveling
Baga, Trunks and Sample Caaea.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY
Salesroom and Factory,
1200 Farnam Street, Omuha, Neb.
DELK 1Q18 FRAGRANCE OF A
IN THE CENTER
OF THE SHOPPING
A Modarn Ftrst-Clase
Hot.L Complets la
ail Its appolntmsnta.
Kurnlshlncs and deo
orations entirely nW
tlirouchouC Act om
nia) iuijS for 60
s;iiosts. ISO sult.s
with baths. Rooms,
a 1 to dsy up; with
baths, t.iO up. Hot
and i old water and
telephone In every
room. Cuialna une
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