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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19. 1906.
It li put no under the
chemist, from the finest
Insuring: the user lip-lit. wholesome dirsi rJl
Therefore, CALUMET is
physicians and chemists.
Economical In Uoo
Calnanes Is so carefully and
neutralisation of the Ingredlente
,CKX1 prepares witn I aiurnet
Aram, or any injurious aubstance. "Far year
Bans' nee Calasaet. For economy's sake bay '
SI .000.00 rhrea
jnrious ta health
CHICAGO LOSING IN GRAIN
Windy City Gradually Beinr Crcwded Out
of Supremacy is Market.
CENTER BOUND TO SHIFT TO WEST
W. H. Lonh, Jr., of Xevr York
lalverslty, Hrroolii-d Authority,
Points Out Inevitable Tnrn
Chicago Is destined io lose its supremacy
In the grain trade of North America within
a few years, and Is even How and haa been
for years declining In Importance In this
respect, according to an article In the cur
rent number of the Bualnesa World, pub
lished In New York. The article Is written
by W, II. Lough. Jr., of New York univer
sity, who speaka with the authority and
conviction of one Informed In the grain
situation and h!e views are likely to at
tract attention In the grain belt.
The most striking feature of the ar
ticle Is the author's conclusive argument
to the effect (hat speculation followa the
grain reserves and cannot long subsist in
Chicago If the dealings In actual grain are
transferred to other markets. "As it la
now," he writes, "the grain tnerchanta of
Minneapolis, of Duluth, of St. Louis, of
Kansas City must all look with anslou?
eyes every business morning for the Chi-'
cngo quotations before they dare begin tn
trarsact business on their own exchange."
The ultimate cause of Chicago's prestige
lies In the immense volume of speculative
dealings In that city, which far oversha
dows In quality and In Influence the trans
actions In actual grain. The figures show
beyond question that these actual grain
dealings are immigrating from Chicago to
the western and especially the southwest
ern markets and that It Is only a matter
of a few soasqns before Minneapolis, St.
Louis or Kansas City will snatch from
Chicago the leadership In .grain receipts
"But the moment that the city's prestige
aa a market for actual grain departs will
see also the lnea of her speculative busi
ness," says Mr. Lough, "and the progres
sive decline of the Chicago grain trade
Will finally culminate In fall." (
f Golf and Through, Rates.
The author bases his belief that the rate
of decline is to be celebrated in -the near
future on the increasing prominence of
two factors adverse to Chicago- The first
la the much discussed growth of the gulf
export trade at the expense of the At-
seaboard,' which Is, of
blow to Chicago. The
,ha, .-a ,, V,,, ....n
the less known, but even more Important .
tendency to extend the through rate win
clple ot naming freight ratee as far west ,
.. .h. uin..i .
as the Missouri river. At present. Chi-
cago and St. Louis derive a very great ad-
vantage from their position aa basl
points east of the Mississippi river, but
that advantage has already been threat-J
f ' '
HOW THE STAGE
IS SET FOR FALL
Aud certainly master fabric de
signers hava much upon which to
congratulate themselves, This
eaaoa'e fabrtca, with the delicate
browns, the dignified Scotch greys
end the various pattern! present
ed, make the Fall suitings array
one that is far superior to any we
Perhaps the beauty of our arrayXl
ia aue 10 me fact mat we started
to make our Fall selections way
laat March. Just aa an example
of Omaha's enterprises, we want
you to inspect our Fall array of
bulla and Overcoats to Order.
$25.00 TO 550.00.
TAILORING CO. -
'Phone Douglas 1SL .
04-aoe aoath lateeata sareet.
Neat Door to Webasa Ticket Office,
COAT SHIRT .1
Mad, Mi rrt.M AiremWwaald lUt. AI
km Mfcata art ibraok Mwe cutis aw R
1.60 AND MOM
eiUCTT, otaaopy 4 CO.H
Uwtto C.0lMM4iilnalalk,WiMiUl B
supervision of a rnmmfnr
materials nnaaihla tn Mlrt
recommended h laarllnv'
ecleatifleally prepared that the
ia abselately perfeet. Thers-
a fra from Rochctla Bslts.
Koch-lie Baits, "
for any sabstsnce la
found la Ce lease.
ened and Is likely to be removed by the
persistent efforts of western cities who
realise Its essential unfairness.
Evident for Years.
"I am glad to see that something has
been written on that subject," said a mem
ber of the Omaha Grain exchange, who
would not allow his name to be used be
cause of his business relations with Chi
cago. "Chicago's decline has been evident
to us here for years, even before the
Omaha Grain exchange, was born, and I
am glad to see the truth told by an Im
partial observer from the esst. St. Louis,
Kansas City, Omaha and Minneapolis have
all been developing In cash business at the
expense of Chicago, and the cash center
will ultimately come to the Missouri river.
Prestige in speculation will go with the
new cssh center.
"The bringing of the caeh center west
will mean that much more money for the
farmers, for the number of hands through
which the export business passes will be
lessened, and more money will go to the
"It Is likely to be the same with the
grain business as It has been with the
live stock business," said J. M. ' Guild,
commissioner of the Commercial club, and
formerly secretary of the South Omah
Live Stock exchange. "Once Buffalo was
the dive stock center, then Chlcsgo was
almost the entire market, now an Immense
business has been built up In the Missouri
river towns. It-lssmy opinion that the
"enter of business In both Ifve stock and
Train, must ultimately get near to the field
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
Directors at Bee Pabllahlaar Company
Adopt a Memorial oa Mr.
At the monthly meeting of the directors
of The Bee Publishing company on Monday
afternoon the following memorial, pre
sented by Mr. O. W. Llnlnger, was adopted:
Whereas, It haa pleased the All Wise and
Supreme Power to remove by death from
this board. Edward Rosewater, the
founder and chief owner of this great
Whereas, At lesst three members of thla
board have been assoclsted with Mr. Rose
water from the beginning of this buslnesa,
and although their financial Interests have
been but nominal, and although he has
had complete contra), yet at no, time did
Mi". Rosewater use his power arbitrarily,
but haa always respected the opinions and
abided by the decisions of the majority of
the board, us being for the beat Intereeta
of the association; be it therefore
rcesoived. First that thla association has
'not only lost its founder, but lost a true and
! courteous gentleman, a great leader of men,
n ecmor ot national refutation, a trim
man, true to his friends and true to the
great principles he ed rocs ted through life.
imuna-in in nis aeam, wnicn we
TV"' ' 111. IUB lrKYirSl upon
h a wifa and rhiMr.n mnr. n....i,.,.i,iJ
, 'on n I anna iimii hAn. tmm u . .
? f TVl.' on tli." TV wor" u'.d out by
their rather, and, while we realise that
no on, can nil Mr. Roeewater'a place, this
board and Its officers, upon whom he placed
coara ana its omcers, upon whom he placed
tn mantle of authority In February Inst.
Pledge themaelvea to-do the best they can
n the work he began.
Third This board heartily thanks all
tnose wno in any way na.ve given their
- assistance In the laat sad rites and ex.
tends Its SDDreclation for the manv kind
'and sympathetic words spoken, .not only
by those of his home city, but or the
euloglstlo notices the press throughout this
, broad land haa so generously extended. '
Mr. H. A. Haskell, a former member of
the board, was re-elected to fill the vacancy
In the directory caused by the death of
LEADS SON'S WIDOW TO ALTAR
Heary F. Oamaert aaa Daaghterla
Law of Fremont Married by
Jadge Leal I e.
Henry T. Gumpert, a prominent business
man of Fremont and Mra. Ethel Gumpert,
his daughter-in-law, were married Tues
day morning by County Judge Leslie. Mr.
Gumpert Is an old man with gray whiskers.
while his bride us a comely young woman
of about 80. Both coyly refused to give
their ages, when asked to do so by License
Clerk Harry Morrill, but Mr. Gumpert
made the required affidavit they were both
of legal age.
Mra. Gumpert waa the wife of Mr. Oum-
pert's son, who died not long ago accord
ing to the elder Mr. Gumpert's explanation
offered to Judge Leslie. ' They will live In
Fremont, where Mr. Gumpert has large
business Interests. ,
SALE OF ELEVATOR SURPRISE
Aanenaeemeat . of' HeaTelflacer at
Chicago la Xewa ta Grata
vMea la Omaha
The announcement of F. T. Heffelfinger,
president of the Omaha Elevator com
pany, before the Interstate Commerce
commission at Chicago Monday to the
effect that the company's elevator at
Council Bluffs Is for sale, came as a
complete aurprlse to looal grain men.
Even A. H. Bewaher, secretary of the
compear, prefeeeed to know nothing of
Mr. Heffelflnger's plans.
"Mr. Heffelfinger Is president, and what
he says, goea." was the only remark Mr.
Bewaher would offer.
OURNIW VIES WITH PORTER
Mayor of Omaha aaa Demaeratlo Can
aUdate for Governor ot Iowa
Rivals far Rassr,
Mayor Dahlman will be one of the
speakers thla evening at the New theater,
Council Bluff a, where Claude R. Porter,
candidate for governor, will make the
principal addresa. - Reports from Iowa are
that lntereat ia divided between the arrival
of "Mayor Jim, who roped Bryan," and
the democratic candidate for governor.
arglar Gats Money aad Wateh.
While the family was all aaleep the
house of W W. T. Home, 1618 , Parker
street, was robbed Monday night and M
In money and a gold natch were taken.
Horne worka for Thompson, Balden at Co.
The hired girl heard a noise, but made no
outcry and the burglars got away. Aa en
trance waa mads through the paatry win
dow. ... . .
BOARD STANDS PAT ON FRATS
?cjiool Director! laiirt si Criciaal Order
Since Fspili Beaiited It
WILL ENFORCE DECREE TO THE LETTER
Contemplated Medlaeatloa Had Stn-
dente Ikswa Disposition it
eeat the aitaatlea with a
Decree af Resignation.
Tt was the expressed sense of the mem
bers of the Board of Education Monday
evening that the recent order against the
lgh school fraternities and sororities shall
he enforced to the letter, aa the atand
the "frets" have taken makes It Impossible
for the board members to recede from
their position. It was the disposition of
the board raSt to work any unnecessary
hardships on the fraternity members and
the members were Inclined to modify the
order If the fraternity members showed an
inclination to listen to older heads. The
board members agreed not to make the
order retroactive If the "frats" would cease
recruiting. A conference held last week
at the high school between a committee
from the fraternities and the school au
thorllles wu with a view to talking the
matter over, but that conference proved
President McCsgue of the school board
went over the situation with his confreres
Monday evening, when he said the high
scheol fraternity boys bad defied the
school authorities and would have to stand
the consequences. He declared the "frats"
hsd expressed a desire to stay by their
fraternities even at the cost of losing class
honors, promotions and other advance
ments, which are Incentives In high school
life. Mr. McCag-ue said the fraternity evil
In high schools must be crushed out to
preserve the democracy of the schools and
he stated the school' authorities had the
support of most of the psrents In the
movement It was the sentiment of the
board that the "frat" situation la a closed
Incident. t ,
I Btadeats Mast Give In
The situation Is that high school pupils
holding membership In the high school
fraternities or sororotles and in line for
honors or promotions will not be eligible
for such honors or promotions.
Eighth grade pupils from East Omaha
will be admitted to the Omaha schools, a
satisfactory settlement for tuition having
been made with that district
The annual Increase In the salary of
teschers will hereafter be made at the
beginning and middle of the school year,
Instead of the old way of basing the raise
on the end of the teacher's year.
The Clifton hill annex will be moved to
the Druid Hill school site. An additional
lot waa bought for the latter site. The
Druid Hill promoters stole a' march on
their opponents lsst night, when .they
slipped In at. the board meeting and pushed
their scheme through.
For each day'a absence from school
teachers are to charged with one-twentieth
of tne monthy salary.
A communication from a boiler Insurance
company requesting that check valves be put
on the school boilers precipitated some dls.
cusslon, the result of which was that the
whole matter will be carefully Investigated
with a view to' determining whether the
valves might not be Installed and the In
surance dropped altogether.
Report of Secretary.
Secretary Burgess rendered this report
OMAHA, Sept. 17. To the . Honorable
Board of Education Gentlemen: Herewith
I nresent a statement of the amounta ap
portioned for the various departments for
tne nscei year enaing June au, isii
amounta expended during Jul;
ISO.-and the amounts remain!
July and Auguat.
1, I9M; also a comparative statement of the
expenditures for July and August.' 1906,
and for July and August, 1906; condition
of the site and building fund September 1,
190, and the general fund warrants out
standing September i. iw:
Advertising S 60 00 I 82.00
Architect's services 1.00000 1.000.00
Books lo.oooou io,ouu.tw
Cartage 360.00 811.90
Cenaua enumerators 1,000.00 ' 186.74
Construction 2fj.000.00 M.000.00
tinwlni. musle and kin
dergarten supplies l.OnO.OO 2.000.00
Election expense I.BOO.OO 2.2H 80
Klectric Dower . 1T0.00 164.00
Examining committee ... 226.00 150.00
Express and freight tOO.OO 300.00
Fuel , 0110 00 i9.K4.oe
Piirnltlira 4.WW.UU '
Tmnrnvementa (.000.00 1,487.64
Insurance premiums .... t.wv.uu o.uu
inl.r.it and axchanca... 43.0n0.00 42.130.9t
Janitors 8,00OO0 80.8rt5.00
Llrht snd fuel gaa 900.00 864.48
Uar charts, arlobes and
reference booka 1. "00.00 1.700.00
nan and elerka 12.500.00 10.30 S4
Printing z.wuw i,ri
Piano rent W00 84.50
R.rt 12000 100.00
nnatra 15,000.00 10.97V.S3
. r . . art AA 1 or.
Hrvectai taxes .oi.w i.mw
Stationery and supplies.. .J. . jg
Teachers 818.000.00 817.400.00
Miscellaneous 1.510.00 1,203.!
Totals $51135000 8498,191.23
Add for bond redemption
fund $ 47eO.M
Add for insurance fund.. 1.000.09
flrand total.. 8664,360.00
rMfonilv, statement of expenditures
for July snd August, 1905, and July and
August, us: . ,
tM U1J .1111 .UIJ
t 13.50 I 18.00
1.242. 2 .
Drawing, music. Kinder
Examining committee ..
Express and freight
Insurance premluma ....
lntereat and exchange..
Light and fuel gaa
Maps, charts, globes snd
Omcers and clerks
Stationery and supplies..
Totsls 826.6t. $18,168.77
Balance tn site and building fund Sep
tember 1, 1. 8.luu u
Caeh la hands of treasurer In general
fund September 1. 1906. $111,064.16.
General fund warranta outstanding Sep
tember 1, 1906. M.8M 78.
STILL GRINDS OUT CITIZENS
Ja gattaa Leetaree newcomers
Their Isltpa Daly ta Adapted
The bad weather Tuesday had the effect
of Increasing the number of applications
for eltisenshlp papers In district court snd
District Clerk Broadwell'a . office was
crowded all day. The applicants formed In
line reaching clear across the room.
Monday fifty-three new cttlsens were made
laborers, who are unable to work on account
of the rain and take advantage of that facL
Judge Button has been doing the most
of the naturalising and yesterday two or
three squads of from twelve to fifteen each
were lined up before him. After admin
istering the oathe he gave each squad a
short talk on the duties of eltisenshlp.
"It is a great privilege to be a dtlaen
of the United States." he said, 'and you
all ought to resolve to be good cltlsans. If
a foreigner comes here and his presence
la an Injury to the government It would
be better If he did not come. To be a
goo etuaea tt la necessary to be aa honast
man and to do the best we can for the
A large number of the arpHcants fur
second pirpera have been In America from
fifteen to thlrty-flve yearn, but have never
completed their eltisenshlp because It Is
not necessary In order to vote. The fact
the law Is to be changed haa driven them
to take out thrlr last papers now. One
man, who became a cltlsen Tuesday, had
taken out his first papers thirty years ago.
n a number of Instances the first papers
were dated over ten years age.
IQ MISSIONARY MEETING
Eseentlve Committee of Woman's
Foreltra Soelety of Methodist
Chareh Comes to Omaha.
A meeting of the general executive com
mittee of the Women's Foreign Missionary
society of the' Methodist Episcopal church
will be held In Omaha October 28 to No
vember 1. The meeting will be held at the
First Methodist church and there will be
three daly aesaiona. The meeting will call
together some or tne most prominent
women In Methodism, about IS being ex
pected In all. Of these about forty-five will
be missionaries representing India, China,
Japan, Cores, South America, Italy, Burma,
Malaysia and the Philippines, and among
them will be some of the strongest workers
In the foreign mission field. There will
Iso be several accepted candidates, among
them one Chinese girl; who has been study
ing in this country seven years and who
will take home with her two diplomas
from American schools. The forenoon ses
sions will be executive In character and
will be open to the public. In the after-
non and evening mass meetings will be ad
dressed by the missionaries. During the
week a review of the worldwide missionary
acttvitiea of Methodist women will be given
and over Io00,ooo will be appropriated for
next year'a work. Mrs. J. O. Phllllppl is
chairman of the committee on local ar
rangements. LINDSEY WILL BE A CANDIDATE
DenTer Jadge Decides. He Will Make
Campaign ta Protect Jave
' alle Coart.
Judge Ben B. Llndsey of Denver will run
for governor of Colorado In order to pro
tect the Interests of the juvenile court, ac
cording to the word brought back from
Denver by Probation Officer Mogy Bern
stein, who has JusX returned from there.
Judge Llndsey Is convinced the "bosses"
who object to his course, in probing the
alleged ballot frauds are trying to break
his Influence by dividing the juvenile work
up among the other courts. To prevent this
Is the reason Judge Llndsey Is going to
get into the gubernatorial race as an inde
'The judge says he wants to be governor
for two years in order to strengthen the
Juvenile court law and then he wants to
go back into Juvenile work. Both of the
old parties are against him, but he is dally
receiving telegrams from all over the state
offering him support. ' There Is no doubt
but he will run and I believe he hne a good
chance to be elected.'.
The women voters are. expected to rally
to the support of Judge Llndsey. Mr.
Bernstein spent Saturday In Judge Llnd
sey's court, but he Is firmly of the opinion
the Omaha court is in advance of Denver
In some things.
WORST DAY OMAHA EVER SAW
Monday Eleven Years Ass Waa
Handred aad Two and
st lain:. .,
September 17, 1W4V ' still: holds the reoord
as the hottest September., day of which
there is any record,, Irw.this locality . and
Monday - waa. the eleventh anniversary -of
that memorable day. It . waa during the
first year of the state fair, held. In Omaha,
and will be remembered by old residents as
tne most disagreeable, day ever, known In
Omaha. The temperature registered 102,
and a high southeast wind prevailed nearly
the entire day, carrying with it stifling
clouds of dust. Not only did all humanity
suffer Intensely, but the stock out at the
fair grounda suffered greatly for' water.
Through some ciuss the supply 'of water
at the fair grounds felt short and all sorts
of trouble snd misery prevailed. The street
csr tracks had just been laid to the fair
grounds, but the hot wind waa so terrifto
with the attendant dust that, hundreds of
people, rather than take chances of re
maining at the grounda during the day,
walked back to town during the storm and
suffered all sorts of hardships. The. tem
perature on that day was only within 4 dei
grees of the hottest day ever known In
Omaha, before or since.
The Bennett Compaay.
BELIEVE IN SIGNS T
Most people do! Bales first day, Mon
dayIn Bennett's new' dry goods depart
ments (our own departments now) were
more than double those of corresponding
day and date last year In dry goods. This
is the more remarkable and significant,
where circumstances the hurry, the unex
pected Jumping Into extraordinary effort,
the poor weather, the nonadvertislng
(merely a short Sunday paper announce
ment) and the breaking in of new help, etc
SALES WERE MORE THAN DOUBLE.
When we're In proper shape there'll be
Bennett's New Dry Goods la a Winner.
laereaea Tanr laeamo.
Opportunities frr aH lines or buslnoss la
new and growing towns tn low. Illinois,
Missouri and Minnesota, along the line of
the Chicago Great Western railway. Write
to Industrial Department, C. Q. W. Ry,,
St.. Paul. Minn.. for "Town Talk" and
Heir1 to Fortaae Mlsalag.
A. D. Alexander of Akron, O.. has writ
ten to Postmaater Palmer making Inquiry
of the whereabouta of one Fred W. Hask-
Ina, who is thought to be a resident of
uman. liaeains was laat heard from
her. The letter states that Hasklna Is
heir to a valuable estate in Ohio and the
administrators are anxious to locate him.
LITTLE TALKS 01 RAIR CULTURE.
1 wish every woman who care (or her
oenonal appearance could realize how
utile time and effort it take to cultivate
Nothing adds eo much to a woman's
charm as a luxuriant growth of hair.
And it is ao easy to obtain it
The daOy use of ,
HAIR Tonic (o'tf..?.)
rubbed thoroughly into the scab, will
work wonders on thin and brittle hair.
Faithful use of this peerless tonic will
prove indeed "a blessing on your head."
' For sale at all drug and department
Avoid inferior imitations insist upon
getting ED. PINAUD'S Hair Tonic
Let me send you a trial bottle for 1 0
cents to pay postage and packing.
Write tvd jy to
ED. PINAUD aW8&A-
Vm EJ. WW's "Brim EaUauaiee Katie!
er see isMV
MAYOR ASKS PUBLIC TO HELP
Dahlmn Bajs with People's Backinc Be
. Will right the Ioe Trait.
INTENDS TO ARREST DRIVERS EVERY DAY
Gains; ta Shaw the Baroas What
Meaas ta Combat Pa bile tentU
meat that la Fatly
"If the people of Omaha will back me
up I will clear the atmosphere which the
Icemen have polluted, and I will give those
Icemen who have no regard for the public
the hardest fight taey ever had," declared
Mayor Dahlman Tuesday morning In his
office at the city hall.'
The mayor waa thoroughly aroused and
declared that It Is not too late In the sea
son to show the Icemen what it meana to
arouse public sentiment against them. The
mayor was referring particularly to the
case of the Omaha Ice and Cold Storage
company refusing to deliver Ice to C. W.
Eckerman, who .testified in the police
court Against that company and secured a
conviction on a charge of short weight.
"We have a' law to cover the short
weight proposition, but there seems to be
some question whether a law can be found
to cover the offense committed In the
Eckerman case, but I feel confident that
aroused public sentiment will take the
place In this Instance, and secure the de
sired end," said the mayor.
The mayor declared he would take then
Ice question In his own hands and with
the popular support he expects to receive
settle this Ice controversy.
"Speaking now of the Eckerman case 1
want to say that I will have the Ice men
arrested every day-until they deliver ice
to the Eckerman home. I maintain that
a man who is delivering Ice for a company
and refuses his product to a person who
holds the regular twupons or even proffers
the cash should be thrown Into Jail."
The mayor requested that the ' cases
against Robert Evans, Otis H. Plummer
and E. S. Coates, arrested Monday by De
tectives Mitchell and Shepherd, be con
tinued to Thursday In the police court, so
as to give the Ice men time to come to
their senses. If they do not deliver Ice to
the Eckerman home on Tuesday they will
be arrested again on Wedneeday, the mayor
A telephone message from the Eckerman
home Tuesday aftsrnoon stated that no Ico
had been delivered that day, although a
sign reading "We want pure Ice from the
Omaha Ice and Cold Storage company"
waa posted In the front window so that
anyone who might run paat with Ice could
. To Coafer With Blahaagh.
The mayor said he would confer with
County Attorney Blabaugh Wednesday and
outline a campaign.
"Unless the situation is Immediately re
lieved I am going to appoint special police
men to look after the Icemen and test the
weights and I will have the Ice examined
for Its purity. Then I will Issue a
proclamation setting forth my position in
this matter and then we will give the Ice
man a run for his money," added the
Mr. Slabaugh declined to make a state
ment Tuesday, saying he was working
Robert Evans, Otis H. PKimmer and E.
8. Coates, representing the alleged Ice
trust, who were arrested Monday for re
fusing to deliver Ice to C. W. Eckerman of
875 Lincoln boulevard, were In police court
to. answer for their offense against the
Old Dutch Cleanser cleans throughout the house-
door knoba, chandliers, mirrors, etc. Nothing like It
for cleaning windows, it leaves no Dim or grease as
soap does, and the pane readily takes a brilliant
Old Dutch Cleanser makes all rust, tarnish and
corrosion disappear from brass, iron, steel, copper,
nickel, etc., and gives the metal surface a shining
lustre with very little effort.
For a list of property for sale in and about'
Omaha The Bee's daily list cannot be beaten, but
Wednesday and Thursday
the list will be especially large and include all the sections of the' eity.
Look it over, you will probably find just the property you. have been
hunting for so long. Then see the advertiser, who will be one of the
following prominent realty dealers: -
Hanscom Park District
Includes soma of ths finest homes la the
city. The car service is good. The pro
perty lies high snd ths prices are reason
able, which makea it a food investment
' AU. O. Kennedy
- Geo. P. Bemla
KuaseU-Mc-Kl trick La
. Payne-Boatwick Co.
' Byron Reed Co.
D. V. Sbolea.
K. C. Peters Co.
V. D. Wead
Thoa. F. Peyton.
West Farnam District
property is of tbs choicest for fine resi
dences. It is tn this district that the high,
eat priced residence property la Omaha
Is situated. v
George G. Wallace
George St Co.
V. t. weaa
J. H. bumont
Geo. P. Bemla
Continental Realty Co.
The South Part of City
Is being built up very rapidly, with good
substantial homes, by a class of 1 paopls
who make the best of "ajtlsens. A good
many of thee people are employed la
McCagae Investment Co. , .
George at Co. .
' Garvin liro.
J. H. Dumont Sou
V. I. Wead.
Vi a. D. Reed.
T0 mmk AND RETURN
'We want to re4 acquainted with more people la the ottlylof
coaatry la the west. We want more people to get acquainted with oar
biff store. We want more firesides of thla western coaatry to profit by
the great raJaee this big store trays aad sella every day in the year.
Wa era going ta make ak prapoattlor ao tha-t yoxi vtalt
Omaha without epertalng a cant far ra.llraa.tl fare, .
C AK-SAR..BEN FESTIVAL la the moet jrlorloua event that
waa ever celebrated. Thla year it will be grander and on a much larger
scale thaa at aay time la ite history. It give you aad your family aa
opportunity ta oome to Omaha and have the time of your live. Dar
ing thla great event the railroads will make special rate for Octpber 1,
2, I, 4 aad 5, aa all tralae coming into Omaha,
' If You Intend Coming to Omaha,
aad wish ta know all particulars about oar free tranaportatioa offer fill oat
the Coapoa below aj we will, by return mall.aead you all information
COUPON . . V
NEBRASKA CLOTHING 00.. Omaha.
Pleaaeacndme particulars regarding your Fre Transporta
County , 4
State j: :.
OMAHA, IN 13 13,
laws and the peace and dignity of the state
of Nebraska. They were booked at the po
lice station as being suspicious characters
and were released on ball. The case has
been continued until Thursday morning to
give the city authorities an opportunity to
file complaint for 'their alleged derelic
tion In falling to deliver ice to Mr. Ecker
"I don't know yet what charge I shall
Hie." said City Prosecutor Lee Tuesday
E. S. Coates, one of the Ice wagon drivers
srrested Mondsy, proves to-have a record
of his own. The police court's books show
that on May 18 he waa sent to the county
Jail for six months.
Very Low Ratee is the West.
The Chicago Oreat Western rsllway will
sell tickets to points in Alberts, British
Columbia. Idaho, Montana, Oregon and
Washington at about one-half of the usual
fare. Tickets on sale daily August 27 to
October 81, inclusive. Oet full Information
from H. H. Churchill, general agent, 1611
Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
General Oreely Xffth Inst.
Definite arrangements have been made by
the Real Estate exchange to have General
A. W. Oreely here for an address on the
evening of September 26. With the co-operation
of the Commercial club, which has
made a tender of Its services, s dinner will
he given st the cli at which General
Oreely will be the guest of honor. Other
Sold in Large Sifting. Top Cans
Send for the valuable booklet ''Hint
to Housewives," free.
CUDAHY PACKING CO., .
O. D. C. Dept. South Omaha,
which tskes in .Dundee, Benson and Flor
ence, as well as property adjoining Omaha,
and convenient to car lines, Is In greater
demand than ever before. The prices are
very reasonable for the property, but oa
account of desirability prices are stead
Grore d Co.
J. H. Dumont A Son
Geo. P. Bemls
Continental Realty Co.
F. D. Wead
In Omaha have in the laat few years grad
ually become sounder and better inyest
msnts, until today they are bringing a good
Income and the value la increasing. East
ern money is coming In and It is a good
place to Invest.
R. C. Peters Co.
F. D. Wead
Geo. P. Berals .
The property offered you one year7 ago cannot be
bought cow for less than 20 to 25 per cent Increase.
AND ITS STILL GOING UP '
speakers will be secured and the dinner
will be made a big event. An attendance
of ano la antlclpatd.
A Promlaent Cltlaen of Deeraela, lad.,
Recnminenda Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera aaa Diarrhoea
For the last fifteen years I have used and
sold Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy. ' In my own 'family It has
always been ascertain and positive cure
for dysentenry and 'bowel troubles, and I
can cheerfully - recommend It to ' anyone
suffering from pains In the stomach or
bowel complaint. It Is a remedy without
an equal. Frank C. Walker, Deerfleld, Ind.
If you have anything to traae. advertise
It in the For... Exchange column of The
Bea Wsnt Ad paga.
Mangum & Co.. L.ETTER SPECIALISTS.
Cornelia fletttaar Retter.
The condition of Sebastian Cornells, who
was recently shot In the abdomen with
a revolver In the hands of his best friend,
Joe Salerno, Is reported to he considera
bly Improved by . the authorities of the
Omaha General hospital, where Cornelia
waa taken after the' shooting. Cornelia
la considered to be, unusually lucky, as the
wound was most dangerous and Salerno
has reason to thank his stars that he Is
only held on the charge of shooting with
Intent to kill Instead of the murder of
his friend. It Is expected that Cornelia
will be able to leave the hospital within
Makes wood floors, kitchen tablet and chairs clean
and spotless, doing it quicker and better and with
half the. labor required with ordinary cleansers.
The Horth Part of City,
like the south. Is growing very rapidly
and its progress is being pushed forward
by a conaervatlve, home-buying people,
who are working wondera In this part of
ths city. Considerable new, choioa prep
erty hss been put on the market recently
aad ia being sold to home builders. : - '
Tbos. F. Pay ton -
ft. P. Dodge
F. D. Wead
George 6 Co. M
R. H. Landeryou.
Garvin Broe. . . . . ,
George G. Wallace
McCagae Investment Co.
.Geo. P. Bemls
Hastings A Heyden
Payne Investment Co.
J. II. Dumont A Son.
haa been desirable for a long time, as svl.
deaced by the beautiful homes la Bemls
Park and on Walnut Hill. Convenient car
service and the beautiful view to bet had
haa made a strong demand for property
In this section of tbs city.
D. V. b holes
Geo. P. Bemls
F. D. Wead
George O. Wallace
Garvin Bros. , V " "
Tho. F. Payton.
i. II. Dumont tt Hon. ,
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