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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: "WEDNESDAY, . FEBRUARY 6, 1907.
II1NCS THAT OMAHA SEEDS
omti ii n.is. las Ct'.t City Lut
Belied Conmtrcitt nivala
L.- . ... - . . . '. MJ1-'. .1
Vmm MSIMNCE OMBPAWY.
Fifty -Fourth Annual Statement
FIRST-CUSS HOT 1 1 HEAD THE LIST
- u lu
"77us is good enough for me"
PURE FOOD rH
I CREAM iliW3 Y
MADE FROM GRAPES
BONDS PLACED BY BROATCb
All the Poiioamsn Xnst AnU Up to
tli Favored ompany.
MtTROPOUTAN GETS IN INSTEAD HOWELL
lffM Asabltlea of Bnaltk to Con
nect with Metoal CBHr'i
Dimtrr Said to Be
at Bottom ( It.
The One Italian hand of Police Commis
sioner W. J. Broatch has barn identified In
an attempt to Una up member of the
Omaha police department in tbe .matter of
taking out bonds In the Metropolitan Mu
tual Bond and Surety company. Into which
company. It la generally reported. Mr.
Broatch wants to get as director
Broatch's alleged manipulation of the
police department at thla Urn la being
taken with considerable resentment by sev
eral of the otganlsers of the bonding com
pany. In fact, according, to statements
made b? them, they openly charge Broatch
with seeking to get proxies of all police
men who might take out bonds In this
company, that ha may have tha aeceaaary
A Reasonable Plea
For The Stomach
If Your Stomach is Lacking la Digestive
Power, Why Not Help the Stomach
Do Its Work Especially When
It Coats Nothing To Try?
Not with drugs, but with reinforce
ment of digestive agents, such as are nal
rally at work la the stomach? Scientific
analysis shows that oige-t.on require ,
pepsin, nitrogenous ferments.
and the ae- i
cretlon of hydrochloric acid. When your
food tails to digest, it Is proof positive
that soma of these agents are lacking in
your digestive apparatus.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet contain noth
ing but these natural elements necessary
to digestion and when placed at work la
the weak stomach and small Intestines,
supply what, these organs need. They
stimulate the gastric gland and gradually
bring the digestive organs back to their
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets have beea
subjected to critical chemical tasu at
soma and abroad and are found ta contain
nothing but natural digestives.
Chemical Labratory. Telegraphic sd
dreas, -Dlfrind." London. Telephone No.
112 Central. IS Cullum St. Fenchurch
St.. E. C.
London. th Aug, 1(01.
I have analysed moat carefully a bis
of Stuart a Dyspepsia Tablets (which I
bought myself at a city chemist's shop
tam the purpose), manufactured by lh
F. A- Stuan va. "i"" -- '
j., jr c. and have to report that 1 can- ;
,, trce of vegetable or mineral
. " ... tK. Inrrl.nl. of tha .
tablets I am af opinion that they are ad-
. v? Jtanted fcr tha purpose for which
mtrably adapted icr ine purp r una
" ..... ...
tin are intended.
(Signed) John R- Bnopka. F. I. C, F. C. S.
There is no secret la the preparation ef
. Stuart's Dysprpsls Tablet Their compo
sition is commonly known among physi
cian, ss is shown by the recommends
n.uta af 40.000 licensed physicians in the
Vnlted States ana . ... -
most pppu'r OI m' iu-
geatloo. dyapepsla. water brash. Insom
nia, los of appetite, melancholia, consti
nilaa .dysentery and kindred diseases
originating from Improper dissolution and
...imllatlon of fols because they are J
thoroughly reliable and harmleaa to man
or child. J
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tableta are at once J
hAwrful remedv. anm arain '
H p(f m tiv. 9 "
of these tablets being strong enough (by
test! to digest 1.000 grains ef sleas. eggs,
and other foods. Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab
leta will digest your food for you when
your eomach can't.
Ask your druggist for a fifty cent pack
age or send to as direct for a free trial
sample package and you will be surprised
at the result. F. A. Stuart Co, 44 Stuart
Bldg Marshall. Mich.
TOOXM TAXX KO, 10T.
There is no magte la "paialeM"
decustry. It ta science, oumniol
aeuaa aad uncommon care taat re
move all that Is dreaaable from
If you aed fillings or crowns do
not healiate thrvitih fear of dis
comfort. I have praotlcally HnU
Ul'4 all the old-tliue uua Sbd
anDoyanca of denial operauooa.
1 eharga notnlug waatever tor
Those Doug. ill.
)ii to Ua
backing when the election of the com
pany cornea up.
The Metropolitan Mutual Bond and
Surety company Is practically a new com
pany, with office In rooms CS-4 New York
Life building. A. R. Harvey, clerk of the
Board of hire and Police Commissioners
and state representative. Is secretary of
the bonding company. This being a mutual
company, every bondholder has a voice In
the election of officer. A bunch of this
company's application blanks has been
placed In the office of the city Jail, with
directions that the captains "call the at
tention of the patrolmen to. them." . But
that was not all. Harvey, as secretary of
the bonding company, has solicited business
from many of the patrolmen, while Cap
tain Broatch is said to hare called on some.
Little Uakt at History.
A little history throws a sidelight on the
new turn of affairs. For yeats Broatch
and R. B. Howell were as thick as lovers
st a husking bee. and Broatch saw to It
that the Bankers' 8urety company, repre
sented by Mr. Howell, got the police bond
ing business at a rate of U.50 per. vOnly
last spring, when Broatch wanted to be
mayor, did Broatch and Howell break off
their entente eordiale and Mr. Broatch no
longer cared whether the Howell company
beld Re monopoly of tha pollca bonding
business or not,
A few weeks ago a resolution was put
through the police board to the effect that
tWe bonding this year would be open to
all companies, the previous rule being that
one company designated by the board
should have all tha business. Shortly after
the passage of that reaolatlon the Metro
politan company's blank were sent to po
lice headquarters. The haste to get the
policemen lined up for tha Metropolitan
company waa the mora apparent when It
was remembered that the present bonds
will not expire for several months hence.
eevenu " .'T.uT CZa 5
were of the decided opinion that thU bond
Several policemen interviewed Monday i
DUMDfll awiass-wiai.sa, a - -
the men have paid t- oetenslbly for a
tl.MO bond for a year, whereas, they claim.
safe return of their keys, buttons add star
" . , , ....,, . .,,r
upon retirement from the service.
Policemen usually are reticent when it
comes to talking of the actions of their
superiors, except on the promise of their
names being withheld.
"Why." remarked one patrolman. "I had
to give up one of the beat personal bonds
a man could ask for ta go Into this thing.
Several well-to-do Omaha dtlsena were oa
Bea Want Ada for Business Boosters.
BITTER LOT FOR ERRING WIFE
rather aad Child Deatd tlaaet She Left
Baeaa with .Another
AhandnBina' her husband and five chit-
dren. on. of whom, together with her aged
father, has since died. Mrs. Lisxle Ml ling-
of Chlcaga ran away last. July with
John Griffith and was followed to Omaha
h b. . 4 . willtam lfllltntnt and
. w . rw-i v.. nm.
' ' . " --
T mna oey ss
st w, noma ugntecmn Biro.
The couple ,
.was taken to the city Jail and held on
v -i - :
- " v TJT JT. .k-
'u charge, but the forgiveness of the
. huahend rained the freedom of
wronged husband gained the freedom of
his wife Tuesday m--nla and aba left for
Chicago with him later in the nay.
Shortly after the woman had left her i
h-Mne and family with GrTith. who was a
neighbor and friend of Mr. Millington for
many years, her father died and this was
followed about two months ago by the death
jef of her youngest
children, both of
which facts were unknown to the woman '
nntll her arrest Monday night, whan she
was confronted by her husband. v t
XffiltlnvtM inii Vila wife helit at lona fTV- I
versa t:on Tuesday moraine at the city Jatl I
.nJ hi. wlf- ,,-,511- aareed to accomnanv
him back to their home and children in :
Chicago. She seemed heart brcken over the j
JoB of .j, eM tor whom the hosbaad
m 1. mm.m.im !
K mrwrmi u ii uwtv nrnin m.,
Mr. Millington said
' Millington said he was mora than J
ready to fnrgtve his wife If she would only
return home with hint and take etre of
their remaining children.
Grlffth will stay behind the bars at tke
dry Jail until Millington and his wife are
safely on their way. when he win be
brought to trial en the charges preferred
against him Monday night by Millington.
A BeweSetal Twllet Preparatlew.
A com pie 1 'on beauUf r that la not only
harmleaa. but thst Is positively purifying,
healing and beneficial, has a Just claim to
tha attention of all who have tha praise
worthy desire to assist nature In the pro
duction of a beautiful complexion. Dr. T-
I Fells Gouraud Orieatal Cream, or Mag-
leal Beauttner. Is gaining In favor with
those who know Its value, and how with
Its aid tha skin that Is freckled, taaned.
ptmrled nr moth-patched can be made l.ke
a new barn babe's Having been declared
by the Board af Health to be free from
injurious nropettiee. and being recora
Baended by phyalrlans. one need have no
hesitation la giving It a trial, as it is on
sale at all druggists and fancy goods
QUESTION OF 10UNTERU1IS
Btn?eri7 Arises u to Whether Split
Bink Sotrt Are lad.
SCME COURTS HOLD THEY 'ARE NO
Malttslleltv at Then la tha We
Jaat Maw Make tha Mat
ter Oae af Cosaaaoa
The question of what is a counterfeit is
exercising the minds of the government
secret service officials In many parts of the
west just now, through the discovery of
number of old state bank bills being
worked over end put Into circulation.
Only recently some S3 notes of the Bank
of Tekameh. doctored by being spilt In
two and silk fibre placed between the two
pices and then the bills were placed to
gether with great Ingenuity and readily
circulated In certain localities not far from
Omaha. Still more recently bills of the
Merchant and Planters bank of Georgia,
of the issue of slaty years ago. have 'been
treated similarly to the Tekamah bank
notes, and a conaideralbe number tff them
circulated -in Omaha and- Council Bluffs.
The bills are of the 15 and SI denomina
tion and the ease with which they can be
passed makes them a dangerous spades
of bogus money.
Sesae Caert Say X.
It has been decided by some of the fed
eral ' courts U.at these pasted notes are
not counterfeits and hence do not come
under the counterfeit laws. George John
son was recently arrested by the state au
thortUea at Montesuroa,
la., and sentenced
for passing one of
these Georgia split notes. Tha charge
against him was obtaining goods by false
pretenses. Government secret service offi
cers looked into the matter and found that
the government had no Jurisdiction in the
case, on the ground that a split bank note
Is not a counterfeit of a United Stales bank
or treasury note.
"I can sea no other recourse." said Cap
tain John Webb of the secret service bu
reau, for the party victimized by these split
state bank notes than to bring suit against
the parties passing them for obtaining
goods by false pretenses under the state
laws. There Is no doubt thst large num-
I bers of these notes are now In circulation
throughout the west, and I can only ad
rise that merchants and others all through
the country be on the lookout for them."
Employes of tha Arm ef Paxtoa ac Gal
lagher sent . A. Pazton savanty-on
American tteauty rones to lexaa on in
con of tut birthday. A replyha.
lhera for the remembrance and also stat-
ing that he waa greatly improved In
health and had sold all his winter clothing.
A knife slipped from the hands of Frank
Weed of Council Hi iff while he wss cut-
una tnaulauon for an armature at
Electrical company. 14 North
F.ievecth street, about isu Monday after-
noon and cut orT the end of tiia thumb of
h' hand. Read went to the police
Mtion mi had lna dressed by Police
An overheated stove in the grocery store
of Uewla A. Steade. CJt Parker street, set
Are ta the woodwork shout 0.30 Monday
evening and caused damage to the extent
or I, to the building v hue thawing out
a (roaen water pipe In cellar of his noma
st tlS Woo.aorth avenue about tarn.
Tuesday. Waller How threw a lighted
matcit in some straw in the cellar and set
fire to the floor of the house. Tha fire was
extinguished by members of the firs de
partment without losa.
A sWmaaatrstor will call at arery hoass
In Omaha and rivo each family m Ira
trial Baxhags l IM C4Msbrau
' y Sttcl
Sares bait the tine, half the soap
and ba.lf tb labor. Win not in Jura
the tlalntknit fabrics. Leaves your
hands soft as velvet. Washboards
uaoecessary. Clothes wear twice
as lour when this wonderful
article Is toed. If ou r dat ms were
not true wo couUi oot etiord to
(ive you a free trial packege.
Tag tafcasar Mliil t, 1 HkMea St, Caica
Wllllasa C. Harris Gives ! Eipm-
sleas ta His Opinions Farmed
After aa Extensive Tear
f tha West.
William C Xorris and C T. Hevden re
turned Tuesday from southern California
guests of James Porter of Retnb'ck.
Is-, In his private car Elsie. In speaking
of the trip. Mr. N orris said that although
southern California is the ideal winter
home, Omaha remains first In his affection.
It ta beyond belief that the wealth of
Omaha should leave It so far behind Kan
sas City and Loa Angeles In the matter of
fl rut -class hotel. Omaha can never nope
to get the advertising it is entitled to until
Its wealthy people awake to the crying
need of a first-class hotel. Why should
some of our wealthy men withhold their
millions, simply because an up-to-date hotel
will not pay them SO per cent on the In
vestment on the Jump? Why, In some of
the cities I have been In In the west I
know that certain enterprising citisene have
made up a subscription of a million dollars
for a hotel and all they aked or hoped to
receive was i per cent on the Investment,
feeling and knowing that what they would
receive directly from the investment would
be nothing compared to the Indirect re
turns. It Is too bad. Omaha has not some
such men among Its bankers and wealthy
Marc Bealevard Caatrartlaa.
'Another short-sighted policy I am sure
Omaha Is pursuing is the limited amount
It is spending on Its boulevard system. We
hers have made the right start but I fesr
the cltisens do not fully appreciate what
boulevards mean to a great city. Kansas
City and Los Angeles are doing wonders
along this line, and Omaha should at least
double it energies In this direction.
"Another thing Omaha should have Is a
sight-seeing car. to run dally on onr street
car lines. We have something here of In
terest to show oae visitors, ear stock yards,
our parks, the fort, wster works, etc. And
If we can't arrange to give tourist a few
hours of entertainment and at the same
time advertise Omaha, we should not think
It strange that Kansas City draws most
sB the transcontinental tourists and Omaha
falls to get Its share, because It Is not
made known to the general public and
tourists. Even El Paao. Tex., gets a great
deal of advertising In this way.
"Another remarkable thing that strikes
me in comparing other cities with Omaha.
Is the very low price of real estate here.
For Instance, our best business property Is
selling for. say 1W per foot wWle in
Kansas City and Los Angeles the price
ranges from U.V0 to M.0M per foot.
"Omaha today offers better orport unities
for Investors, in my opinion, than any f
the western cities, beaause It has all the
natural advantages one could wish for and
ts real estate values are away below any
of the other cities.
Hotel the First Seed.
"But f rat. before we can hope td put
ourselves to the class with up-to-date cities.
we must have a hotel, and a good one-
one that will draw the traveling public
and nothing travels so quickly as the repu
tation of a hotel. We should not expect
to build a hotel that will pay the Investors
their money back In four or five years,
but one that will give to Its patrons their
fun money's worth and tbe Investors to be
satisfied with such returns as government
bonds pav. . ' " '
"These are'some of the good things that
could be pushed by our large and able
bodied Commercial club or Real Eat ale ex
change. Governor Boies of Iowa was one of our
party and. although this governor Is get
ting away up In years, be enjoyed tbe trip
"I looked at a great many propositions
offered me In city property Investments
along the Pacific coast., but the only thing
that looked good to me was valley land In
the Ban Joaquin valley. In which myself
and Mr. Heydcn made some Investments. "
RASG0RSHEK IS CONSCIOUS
Old Bla a ( aable to Giro Aay Clee to
Tha g Wha Aasaalted
M. A. Raagorsbek. K7 North Thirty-fifth
street, who waa severely beaten early Fri
day evening by three thugs and has since
in unconscious from the Injuries re
ceived, regained eonsctousneas Tuesday
morning and his recovery is believed to
be certain, as the critical stage of the
case is thought to have been passed.
Detectives Heitfeldt and Do no hoe, who
hsva devoted their entire time to the eas
since Friday night, had a short Interview
Tuesdsy morning, with the victim of the
brutal 'assault, but he wss unable to give
them soy else aa to the Identity of assail
ants except to say they were three men of
small stature. Neither oould Mr. Rasgor-
shek assign sny motive for the attack, aa
be was not robbed, a One gold watch and
several dollars In money being left undis
Dr. W. F. slilroy. tha attending physi
cian, would not allow his patient to talk
to the detectives for more than Bve min
utes, saying his condition waa still very
critical aad that he. should be left undis
turbed for a few dsys, at least.
The case Is one of the most baffling ths
detectives have faced for some time, both
to the identity of tha thugs and ths
motive for the assault. Mr. Rasgorshek is
not knewa to have any enemies who woo'l
wreak vengeance on him In such a man
ner, and It is regarded certain robbery was
oot the motive for the com mission of tho
crime. The officer are completely at sea
and can not find the slightest trace of a
clue that promises to lead to the arrest of
the guilty persona
CARL REYNOLDS ON TRIAL
Vonaa Man Aoeaaed at Several Ran
kerlea Faoce the Fire
Charge In Cenrt
A Jury was secured Tuesday morning In
tbe district court for the trial of Carl Rey
nolds, the young man accused of a number
of highway robberies In the city during
ths winter. The specific charge on which
he will be tried Is the holdup of August
Wolt on Wait Dodge street. The taking
of evidence began Tuesday afternoon.
Reynolds was not without friends whau
his trial began. Behind him sat a pretty
little woman, his sister, who isaned for
ward to whisper to him every few momenta.
The court room was half filled with own.
women and children, many of them friends
ef 1 the accused man.
County Attorney Engllah reviewed tbs
farts ta tbe case as alleged by the state.
natiKly. that Reynold on tha afternoon of
Dererr-.btr 30. 1M, entered the saloon af
August Wolf on the Dodge street road.
held hlrn up at the muasie of a revolver,
knocked him dean with a pair of bras
knuckles, tork some valuables from c t r er
mea in the saloon and earaped. Reynolds
attorney declared It was all a case of mis
taken identity. Tbe taking of svidencs
proceeded in ths af laroooo
Cash in banks and in offici-. . .$ 990,2 10. 62
Ral Estate (mark:t value). . . . 568. 000.00
U. S. Bonds (market value 163,203.00
Bonds and Mor gigts 48,000.00
Loans S:cured by Collatjral..- 63,000.00
N. Y. City Consolidated Stock
(market value) 400,000.00
Bank, Railroad and other
Stocks and Bends (mirk:t
Interests Due and Accrued-... 10,065.79
Reinsurance on Paid Losses.. 63,083-89
Premiums in Course of Co lec
tion (net) 968.357.10
Surplus lo Policy Holders. $3,166,823.87
ALL SAN FRANCISCO LOSSES PAID
J. W. BARLEY, General Agent 68 William Street. NEW YORK
SUSBLAD KINDS THE BABY
Soldi Little Colored Dti'.isg While Iu
If immi Take Sew Enabled.
UYEIY DOINGS IN COUNTY JUDGE OFFX.
Settle that Moat Cosae Of Osee
Thrown on that Baby Wlaa
Implicit Faith of tha
Chief Clerk Clyde Sundblad of the county
court is not a vain man. On the contrary,
he is modest and retiring In nature. With
this fact in view It Is not strange that
many of his accomplishments are unknown
even to his most Intimate friends and as
sociates. For example, it was never sus
pected even In the most remote flights of
Imagination that Mr. Sundblad Is an adept
In the art of taking care of Infants. Never
theless, he Is. He proved It Monday be
fore the eyes of a number of competent
A colored couple came In to get married.
The bride carried a baby. It was sleeping
peacefully, and when the time arrived for
the wedding the mother looked around for
a place to leave her child. At that critical
moment Mr. Sundblad appeared. The
mother saw his eyes upon hrr child. 8ho
saw In his face s smiie. 8 he did not know
that this is Mr. Bundblad's perennial smile,
the smite that won't . com off. the smil
that lights up the county Judge's office an
the. bours of the day. The mother thought
naturally Mr. Bundblad's smile was ont of
admiration for her Infant. Thereupon she
at once extended the precious bundle to
him. It waa a flattering Indication of her
trust In the chief clerk,
Sanslad Holds the Dartlag.
He hesitated, but ol; for a moment.
Then he took the babe, and the mother,
having cautioned him to be very careful,
went on with the wedding ceremony. Mr.
Sundblad hovered b hind the door of the
county Judge's office while this waa going
on. As stated before, be Is very modest
He waa not anxious to show the office that
he was capable of taking car of the little
child. He won! 3 have performed this duty
and gone on his wsy rejoicing without
asking sny praise or adulation from his
True merit, however, will 'always be
found out. Harry Morrill had seen the
transfer of the baby to Mr. Bundblad's
arms and quickly spread the news There
upon business of some kind took nearly all
the employee Into the Judge's office, where
the ceremony was going on, and where
Mr. Sundblad waa modestly hiding his
light under a bushel behind the door.
The mother allowed the chief clerk to
hold her child while she put on her wrapa.
smiling st htm in a way that Indicated
she trusted him Implicitly with her child.
By this time the -number of persons who
had business taking them Into the Judge's
office was truly smsdng.
Even now Mr. Bundblad's modesty causes
him to disclaim any honor or distinction
ss a custodian of Infants. When people
mention It he . waves his ban! depreciat
ingly and. It la said. In a threatening man
ner. He positively resents being called
Civil Service Oaeatags.
The rnitcd States Civil Service commls-
, rion announces the following examinations
to secure a list or eugioiee to nil existing
vacancies In the civil service:
February 17 For the position of engineer
st fo per sr.num In the court house and
poetornce bulKling at Bait 1-ake city. Age
limit it to ii years. For the position of as
sistant aasayer in the ln!trd States Assay
Complies with all rrquireroents of
An oU soldier write
ARIOSA Coffee: "YourVoffee
is die best and richest coffee I ever
drank sloce 3Yce, from
6I until 1 received your coffee
yesterday." A soldier knows coffee
by the taste, and the way k male him
fed, and would sooner go wkLout
La tread Kaa without his coffee.
ArWiW ARIOSA was the Crat
soasted, packs fed coffee, packaged
Reserve Fund for Unearned
Reserve Fund for Unpaid Los
s;s, Commissions and all
other Calms 1,084.394.43
Cash Capital 1,500,000.00
NET SURPLUS .., 1,666,823.87
Letters Written by a Bride to Her Best Girl Friend
Ton will bar. reason to think that I am tbe moat fickle brld.
tbat you ever knew, aa I bo more than get enthusiastically settled
ta a dear little home, than I write to toll you we have taken rooma
at tbe hotel and tbat It Is the only way to live. Now, I write to
tell you that we are going to move again. Bnt just wait until I
tell yon about It Thla Is really the best move of all by far, and
no doubt will be permanent. A friend of ours baa just built the
dearest little bouse you ever saw. complete In every detail, and
wanted us to take It, John, who Is always looking for something
to please me, took it immediately and we are baring the beet time
planning bow we will arrange our furniture and it Just seems as
if the bouse was originally planned for ua aa everything is coming
out perfectly. Another thing John and I are rejoicing over. Is the
fact that the subject of light had not been decided upon when
we made arrangements for the house and the owner said that we
could have which ever we preferred, gas or electricity. Of course
we took gas. It is so much more economical and besides I nave
two gas lamps and I like the way we can regulate the light and
hare those pretty subdued effects, which are always so attractive,
yon know. Don't yon think we hare been awfully lucky? We
are both so anxious for you to see our Itttle home. We are plan
ning to be all aettled by the latter part of thla week, then I can
tell yon more about it. Hoping to get another of your long.
Interesting letters real soon. I remain your ever devoted friend,
P. 8. The gas company baa arranged our lights, and "my
lamps look Just lovely and the fixture, which th. Oas Company
also furnlahed are simply beautiful.
office at Charlotte. K. C, at 11.150 per an
num. Age limit at years or over.
March S For the position of auDervisina
drainage engineers In ths office of Experi
ment Station a. Department of Agriculture,
at salaries of K.tKV to CiOO per annum
Age limit a years or over. For the posi
tion or irrigation manacer in same office
snd department at salaries of tl.nO to
2.iA per. annum. Age limit a years or
over. For the position of Irrigation farmer
m same office and department at salaries
of t7J to (1.200 per annum. Age l:mlt 21
years or over.
HILL GETS THE ARMY STEEDS
Seattle Will Be Gateway of Tenth
Cavalry to Orient Iaatead
Telegraphic instructions Were received bv
Chief Quartermaster Cruse Tuesday thst
the horses of the Tenth cavalry, under
orders for the Philippines, would be routed
by wsy of Seattle, Instead of San Fran
cisco, on account of the lack of facilities
for loading at San Francisco on the trans
ports. This applies only to the horses and
not to the men of the command. As a re
sult new proposals will hsva to be ssked
for by the chief quartemaster for tha trans
portation of these animals.
Captain John O. Worklser, Second t'nited
States Infantry, superintendent of military
Instruction st the University of Nebraska,
was a visitor st army headquarters Tues
dsy. Captain Leonard D. Wlldman. chief
signal officer of the Departicent of the Mis
souri and commandant of Fort Omaha, has
gone to Davenport. la., on a short leave
of absence. Captain Wlldman will return
from his leave as a benedict.
Leave of absence for fourteen days, be
ginning February IS, has been granted Sec
ond Lieutenant George O. Bartlett. Eigh
Frank Driscoll. civil service clerk at
the Aattonal Pare Food Low, Guarantee Mo, 041, filed at WaMagto
frorcctino of cowstimev, toasted 1
and the ores of each berry sealed with
a coaiia of fresh eggs and pure sugar,
to hold the goodness in and male the
coffee settle dear and quickly. Better
than "fresh roast" V
ClJe oevdoca the Savor and snakes the
(Ttading easy. Our etMrrnous coffee
btwirtrai, exr riding the svtat tour largest
rnu in the wodd together, reduces eur
army headquarters, has been temporarily
transferred to Fort Robinson for duty,
pending the departure of the troops front
that post for the Philippine.
Honorable discharges hsve been grante4
Privates Hardy Overstreet. Twelfth bat
tery field artillery, and Isaac E. Dree nick,
company M, Eighteenth infantry.
REPORT OF THE CITY CLERK
Aaaaal Statement Will Be Prsaenleel
to Ceaaell by Don Bailer
City Clerk Butler handed in hi annual
statement to the city council last evening.
That statement shows licenses and other
fee. paid lo ths city during 1M amounted
lo tlOaVM. while the expenditures of tbe
city 'clerk's office amounted to $.07.A4
Number of council meetings held, ninety
documents read. 4.US: pages of council
Statement of ths various licenses kg
given aa follows: Five auctioneers, $9;
sixteen fruit stands. fXH; J01 express
wagons, R.SIO; twenty-four hacks, Uttf
three omnibuses. HO; twenty hack driver.,
(30; fourteen Junk dealers. Ui S9 milk
wagon. H.S32: thirty-two pawnbrokers.
fl.WC; Ut foot, cart and wagon fruit aad
vegetables peddlers, tLOO; twenty-one.
lunch waggons, 1706; fins runners. US;
twenty-five second-hsnd dealers, tut; three
circuses. (710; six exhibitions. $42; .sere,
theaters, fTSO: twenty-seven slot machine,
lilt; two "tests of skill," IS; six gun
powder magaslnes. tM. four house movers,
A; seventy-five street sa learn en, su; forty
fire employment agent. $S80; f,os) dog tags,
(Lb); three, bill posters and elgav
painters, MO; four eialrvoyants. s; seven
fortune tellers. IKS; ten palmistry. (ISO; one
produce, ISO; nine sidewalk stands, Vf ; tww
striking machines, 17.
To f OKTirT ThC BoCT
ASAinsr r-njut Trr
SSL0 in SLALrO PAttACZS
okut- rea yous psncenca
avenge coat per pound, and enables ns
to give you better coffee fcr your
money than you can buy in any other,
way. There are more package el
ARIOSA sold in the UrJted States
than al the other Coffee pacatgn
If your sTocer wi3 not suppry, write
ARBUOXZ BRQl, 1
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