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TIIE OMATTA PATTiY BEE: TUESDAY, AFOrST 7, 100(5.
11 Shots 1" LrWJ ' "P"-'Cf LJiJlUUl pnei h
Just Received Through the Customs House
Direct from Our Own Paris Office
Elbow Length Silk Gloves
and Long Silk Milts
Ladies' 16-button length, p
fashionable all silk gloves ni
in blak, white, fi TA jfK 12
gray and cream U J ll pg
all of them uw J p
and fresh, at M
Ladies' Long Silk
in black and white
these mitts, actually
worth $1.00 pair,
Embroidery SaJe jj
ri: i : - j : i 1 : J ,4. . -
-j .xme raiiiuriu huu iiamsuuK. finuiuiufi if, i-wibvi iuvci j
,j - irlthia with lp;xlina: edrre, insertions bands and headings, p
n narrow and medium edges, many to match values up to M
1 thirty-five cents a yard, at
Pattern Table Goth
Such values were never before offered in Omaha.
fine 2 and 22 yard all linen pattern table fl 98
cloths, actually worth $4 and $5 now
6hown in the window at, each
Napkins to match all cloths. Prices cut in proportion.
ia mill on. Notice the celebrated
mule o lire offering you No better
shoe mail" than these: Hannn, Clspri
and Rnyd-n for men, anil Hannn, Fos
ter and Armstrong for women.
Hansn's Patent Kid and Patent Colt
Oxfords, J IR
Hansri' Onn Metal Calf and
Kid Oxfords. $5.00 J.diJ
Bovden's nun Metal s
Calf, J5.00 U,1U
Bovden's flenulna French A 1t
Calf. $5.80 .aO
Clapp's Onn Metal A K
Ten stvles Oxfords, Gun Metal Calf
Pntent Colt. 7C
Six styles O-xfords. dun Metal Calf,
patent Colt and Kid, 3.00
Hanan's Patent Kid. welt 1 ntL
aole Oxforda. 45.0O Jd ij
Hanan's Kid Oxforda, welt 1 l$t
sole $4.50 0.OO
Foster'a patent kid Oxforda, 7R
turn and welt- sole J. 4 J
Foster'a Kid Welt 1 Oft
Oxfords, $4.00 O.VU
Armstrong's Patent Colt f flfs
Welt Oxfords. $4.00 XJJt
Armstrong's Welt XC
Oxfords. $3 50
Five styles $3.00 Oxfords, Patent Colt
and Oun Metal O OSi
Two llnea $2.50 Oxford 4 Qft
turna and welta k.J
DREXEL SHOE CO.
1419 Farnam Street.
ft mum r iTiirii ion in t ct t.iI.. .!
Ladies' &nd Misses' $1.50 Duck Sailers a.t 50e.
Hundreds of whits duck sailors and lingerie
sun hats, many prettily trimmed with rib
bons and quills, regular $1.50 values, each
Ladies' $5 Walking Skirts nt $1.98
Neat tailored skirts for summer or early fall wear
black, brown, blue; also white mohair
worth up to five dollars, at
SOLOMON FAVORS LOW LEVY
Opposei Transfer from Brides and Koad to
Qensral Fundi -
WANTS TO UTILIZE OLD YEAR BALANCES
Coantr Treasurer and Other Mem
i bera of the Board of Com
ailslsoners Take issue
County Commissioner Solomon has de
clared himself against the proposed trans
fer of about $CO.ono from the county bridge
and road funds to the general fund, and Is
In favor of cutting down the levy for this
year Id these funds, utilising- the balance
now in the funds on next year's expendi
tures. He slated hla position before the
board Monday at an Informal discussion of
Mr. Solomon has figured that the average :
expenditure for bridge work each year for
the last five years waa $41,817.72. The levy
of 2Vs mill for the bridge fund last year
produced $7431.08, about $30,000 more than
the average expenditure for five years. A
$-mlll levy this year, under the increased
valuation of property, will raise JtSl.14S.74,
or about $19,000 more than the average re
quired each year. A levy of 1H mills would
produce $46,861.55, or more than enough to
pay the average expenditures from the
' Furthermore, he points out there ia now
about $43,000 In the bridge fund, and thla
would be almost sufficient without any new
levy at all to provide for the year'a bridge
work if the proposed transfer ia not made.
Beoord for Five Years.
The average annual expenditure from the
road fund for the last five years waa
$35,025.73. The levy of V-k mills last year
produoed for the county $42,768.10. A 2-mlll
levy thla year would produce aa the
county' share of the fund thla year
$36,001.10, which would be, approximately,
the average expenditure for the last five
year. Besides this, there is a balance of
$20,000 now in the fund, which it la pro
posed to transfer to the general fund. If
it la not transferred, he points out. It
would reduce the levy so much.
Mr. Solomon takes the position the road
fund should be uaed for road purposes ex
clusively. He aays there are contracts now
for about $30,000 worth of work, which
should be paid for in cash when completed.
Leaving the funds as they now are, he
aaeerta the levy could be reduced at least
t mllta. He declare he is opposed to
making large levies in theae funds for the
cratlc commissioners and that new burdens
have been thrown on the county by the De
tention school and the primary election law.
They contend that' as long aa the county
has money on hand it might as well be
transferred to the general fund and these
back bills be cleaned up aa soon aa possible.
Then they say the county can pay bills
monthly and the levy for current expenses
be, reduced. The general fund levy Is lim
ited to 9 mills and this It Is claimed is not
enough to pay running expenses and pay
up the back bills. If the general fund Is
limited to the amount raised, by the 9-mlll
levy they say the county will never reach
a cash basis, but will continue to accumu
late a floating debt.
County Treasurer Fink has deolo -d him
self In favor of a change in the law limit
ing the general fund to S mills. He thinks
the law should place a limit on the total
levy, but not on the different funds. This
would enable the board properly to propor
tion the various funds and so avoid mak
ing the transfers.
The cost of election during the year has
been large. The fall primary in 1906 coet
$7,336.62. The state and congressional pri
mary thla year cost $r.812.62. The general
election In 1906 cost $2,980.36, the reduction
In cost being due to the use of voting ma
chines, which lessened the cost of printing.
ND competent cutters will look after
your order at Nlcoll'.
We hold them, and keep them busy
during the warm montha by offering you
full suit and extra trousers for the
price of suit alone.
WILLIAM JERREMS SONG.
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j yj Store Closes Every Evening 'Cept Saturday it 5
In the Art Section
"When a Man's in Love" Sunday's
Gibson picture the best yetl Q F7
Reviiitifiil frn'm mnrlA cnprinl- "Cv
THE RELIABLE STORK
Beautiful frame, made special
ly for it Tuesday
BENNETT'S BIG GROCERY
Jos. Tetley & Co's. India and
Sunflower Blend, 7 ds
And fifty green trading stamp
Sunflower Blend, half pound
And twenty.five green trading stamps
Sunflower Blend, quarter pound
And ten green trading stamp3.
Sunflower Blend, two ounce
Expert Demonstrator. Have a cup!
fl $1.50 Sale Tuesday in Our Ladies'
The magnitude of our offerings at this price are powerful argu
ments why you should buy hero Tuesday. Those failing to
attend this sale will commit an oversight to be regretted later
Come earlv. Women's $6.00 Wash Suits, $5.00 Matinees. .
YOUR MORNING SMOKE
For the convenience of our customers
who desire a fresh cigar In the morning
Will Open at 6:10 -A. M.
MYERS-DILLON DRUG . CO.,
16th A Farnam Street.
Tmke a Vaeatloa.
Now l the time to take a vacation, get
out into the woods, fields and mountains
and visit the seashore, but do nut forget
to take a bottle of Chamberlain' Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy along with
you. It la almost certain to be needed and
cannot be obtained on railroad tralna or
steamship. It is too much of a risk for
anyone to leave home on a Journey without
Yeal Yeal Yeal
Reservation for sleeper on Eagle' offi
cial train via Chicago Oreat Western rail
way to leave Omaha Sunday, August 12,
1906, at 4 p. m. are being made rapidly.
All person going on this train who de
sire sleeper are urged to secure their berths
at once, ao. If necessary, additional cars
may be arranged for. Tickets for sale by
members of Joint transportation committee
and secretaries of various aerie. Sleepers
secured at Chicago Oreat Western ticket
office, 161$ Farnam street.'
W. A. MESSICK. -Chairman
Joint Transportation Committee.
Veteran Firemen' Pteale.
The Veteran Flremen'a association of
Omaha will hold its annual basket picnic
next Saturday at Krug park. The old Are
laddies will nil their lunch baskets and talk
over the day when they "ran wid de ma
chine." Judge Altstadt. alias Little Bis
marck. will carry a large basket of lunch
r tr.r..f.i-1-in tn h. enr.llw'th John Baumer. Fred Behm said he
' . . " would carry his lunch In a paper sack.
fund, and be hold that these excessive
levle are Illegal, He charges that In
1906 the levy In the read fund was mad
large In order that $20,000 might be trans
ferred to the general fund.
. Pink and Other Hitler.
County Treasurer Fink and some of the
member of the "boa rd do not agree with
Mr. Solomon. They point out that the in
coming republican commissioners Inherited
about $200,000 In back bills from the demo-
paper sack. o
he won't have anything to carry home after
the picnic. The committee In charge con
sists of William Altatadt, J. V. Jardlne
and F. H. Koester.
Cleanses and beautifies the
.teeth ana purifies the breath.
Used iby people of refinement
tbx over a quarter of a century.
, Convenient for tourists,
Burial of Baby.
May Relnhardt. the 2-montha-old baby
being held at the undertaking rooms of
Harrv B. Iavls. will be buried Tuesday
morning at Forest Lnwn cemetery. The
lrcsiier I alluring company naa paid for a
grave, while the Davis company has fur
nished the casket. The baby died at the
Salvation Army Kescue Home on North
Twenty-fourth street. The mother la said
to be living somewhere in Iowa.
Very Low Hale Tuesday.
Every Tuesday, balance of the year, th
Chicago Great Western railroad will aril
homeserkers' ticket to Minnesota, North
Dakota and Canadian northwest at about
half rate; to other territory first and third
Tuesday. Write W. H. Churchill. Q. A..
1612 Farnam street. State 'number in Jrty
and when going.
ii nun u Nt if a n Fru ff r s 1 83 " ?s
TirT" V"f5XI e-1 111.7
Thla magnificent hotel ha 100 beau
tiful rooms and 1 located at Uth aod
McOe streets in the shopping diatrlot.
Only half a block from the Emory,
Bird, Thayar dry good store; near all
100 Private Baths.
Telepheae la All Boom. Sot aad
Cola manning Water tm Try Beom.
TraexoaUed Oaf. Perfect On I etna. Ola
Breakfasts aad Table D'Xste ZHnaera
Served la Cafe. Bate a Bay aad
Reservation may be road by tele
graph at our expense.
KIPPER-BENSON HOTEL OO.
. A. BBBSOtT, KtUfW.
COW-HIDE SUIT CASES, $5.00
We have Just received a shipment of cow
hide Suit Cases which should have reached us
fully four weeks ago. We have decided to
make tlem our leader during August. They
are a genuine cow-hide case, with a very
strong and durable steel frame. The most
attractive and serviceable 8ult Case ever
offered for the money. etc fr
This month for p3UU
We carry the largest and best selected stock
of Trunks, Kult Cases, Traveling Bags and
fample Cases west of Chicago. We guarant'o
the quality the best and the prices the lowest.
OMAHA TRUNK FACTORY
Salesroom and Factory,
1209 Farnam St.
BXPAZB WOBK OP ALL XI1TDS DOJTE.
$4.00 Lingerie Waists, $5.00 and $6.00 Walking Skirts, $3.00
Lawn Wrappers, Children's White Coats worth $6.00, $6.00
White Dressing Sacques. Heatherbloom Underskirts worth
$3.00, $5.00 and $6.00 Silk Waists, $5.00 Cravenette
Coats, Silk Etons worth $ 6.00 all go at one
price Tuesday your (
In Our New Bargain Room
25c Silk Strip Organdi,
at, yard 2V
12Wc Snow White. Cambric. 2 to 10
yard lengths, at, C
25c Turkish' TowcM, slightly soiled,
while they last, f
12ic Silkollne, plain and f
fancies, at, yard DC
White fioods, worth up to 12 He yard,
on bargain square, at, . A
7i" Heavy Itrown Sheeting, 3
Inches wide, Tuesday, at. A?
ON SALE WEDNESDAY
MANUFACTURER'S SAMPLE LINE OF BED SPREADS
at a fraction of their value.
See Sixteenth Street Window. -
In the Grocery Department
Fancy Siberian Crabapples for Jelly
We have Just received by express
200 baskets of fancy Siberian Crab
apples. They are the finest kind
for Jelly, and tomorrow we will sell
them per large market
Large juicy Messina Lemons, per
Large Heads Cabbage, each 3c
Large ripe Bananas, per dozen. . . .10c
AXOTIIKK IHO KlyOUTt SALE
To help unload the five cars of Fancy
High Patent Minnesota Flour we
are going to hold another Big Ban
ner Sale Tuesday. This Flour Is
made from the finest Red Turkey
i.avii . in r V.'lu.-at and will take
more water and make more loaves
of bread than any other flour on the
market. For Tuesday's sale we
will sell It per 4 8-pound QQ
Every sack guaranteed or your
The regular price of this Flour U
MMO - PHOBIA.
I 1 I
Hot Springs, So. Dak.
Beautifully situated In th vale of Mln
Cekahta. The health and pleasure resort of the
northwest. Only a night's ride from Omaha
Golf, tennis, swimming, coaching, horse
back and burro rides and other amuse
ments. Excellent orchestra in attendance.
Visit wonderful wind cave.
Exceptionally low ratea on both C. A N.
W. and Burlington.
For rates and Information, address:
ItOV M. SCOTT, Manager.
Dellevue College Dormitories
July 1 to September 7.
References required. Address
BELLKVCE COLLEGE. Bellevue, Neb.
'Phone Red 2. South Omaha,
ICHOOLI AAiD COLLEGES.
Balldlaa; Pern 1 1 a.
The city ha Issued the following build
ing permits: Dennis Ieary. $S,0uO frame
dwelling at Thirty-first and Popplelon
avenue; O. P. Hansen, fl.ttto frame store
at Sixteenth and Ohio; C. A. brockway,
U.OiO frame dwelling at Twenty-seventh
Omaha Kim tirlm Blj oatrael.
Callahan. Phelan St Shirley, railroad con
tractors of Omal;a. have secured the con
tract for building lat mile of cew line en
the Milwaukee extension wl of. Foraythe,
Ml. SL Alba, Washing!, D. C
Combines the beat feature of th
College Preparatory and Finishing
rVhool. Cnrlvalled advantages In
Muslo and Art. Certificate admits to
college. Bpeclal Courses. fire
proof BaUdla. Park of 40 acre,
kt. BT. K. T. UTTESLEB, T. XX.
X.L. D., president Board of Trustee.
For catalogue apply to
Mr. BABBOUB WALKS, at. A,
RETURN LIMIT AUG. 22nd.
Ticket good la Coaches and Chair Cars, also in Pullman Car
upon payment of Pullman rate.
FOUR DAILY FAST TRAINS
Leave Union Station 8:16 A.M., 8:15 A.M.. 4:05 P.M., :85 P.M.
Ticket Off ice 1323 Farnam
Drcadway, Fifth Ave. and 27th SL, New York
. is a modern, ft ret -cuts hotel. In the oen
ter of tn shopping distrloi. Complet la
I all Its appointment and absolutely fire
proof. Furnishings and decorations
guet: loo suite wun Dam. not
and oold water and telephone tn every
room. European plan. cuisine unex
celled. Room tl 69 a day up. with beta
12(0 up. Th only hotel in Manhattan
fronting both on Broadway and Fifth Ave.
GBOROB W. SWEENEY - Proprietor
tlrely new throughout.
Good for Extension Returning to Sept. 30. "
Special Nebraska O. A. R. Train Aug. 11, 8:30 p. m.
Regular Trains 7:50 a. m. and 8:28 p. m.
1401-3 Farnam Street
LAFAYETTE HOTEL 'ZHXS?
C1IOOL9 An D COLLEGES.
139 to 253
Th Leading School l Hvtie sad Dramatic kX
TwT.NTY-FlRST SEASON. Slitynveemtoent
in.mictorfl. I'n.urpsbsed course of stuJy
T.acliors' Training Department. Diploma-. snd
Teacher's Certificate. I'mriwUd free Ativan
lagu. Thirty tree scholarship! awarded annually
to lal.oted students of 11m ltd mesas. ftUtexoi
begia bept li). 14. I at.l.Ht.. mitilM fr. '
JOUM i. UATIlaDf, r-rea4eut,
Western Military Academy
Upper Alloa. Illinois
28th year. Ideal locttion near St. Louii. Six modern buildings In beauti
ful park. Thru fire-proof barracks. Lirge drill hall, with gymnasium
and howling alleyi. Strong faculty of 16. Army officer and military equipment
furnUhd by Wat Dept. Tuition 450. Capacity 150. Wailing list last year.
Immediate application advisable for boy of good character above 6th grade.
COL. At.rr.HT M. JACKSON. A. M., Soperlatrndent
Lindenwood College for Womea
C.Hcfe Atc. t
ST. CHARLkS MO
Diamond Jubilee College of the West. Academic, Seminary and College Courses.
Uusic, Elocution, Art and Domestic Economy. physical and btratuglc Location.
Accessibility to a great city, belect patronage. Limited number of boarders. Every
room taken during lt school year. U'-aut,ful location. Electric car to St. X.ool.
Catalogue on application, ate. Oeog rtedsrlc Avrea. ri. I- rrcs.
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(I Colorado posseBneB gome of the finest fishing
II I II and hunting grounds on earth. Its myriads 1 I
r- 1 J of streams ana lanes teem wun mounum i i w.
trout and are the haunt of millions of geese, 1 1
Very Low Rates of
CCITf Krt To Denver, Colorado Springs, Puehlo and
11 pl.9U return. Tickets on sale dally to Bept. 15.
ftic tl To Denver. Colorado Springs. Tueblo and re-
I I turn. Tickets on sale Sept. 11 to
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The Popular Rout to Colorado. J I
-y V Inquire at
j1 CTT1 TICKET OFFICE, 13 4 FAUX AM ST. N
Thone Douglas 334.
VQU WILL EXJOV THfc DKI.U'KH S UtACItAXCE OF A
ALWAYS THE SAME. ALWAiu lUt 11EST.
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