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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: MAY 12, 1007.
SEW PROPOSITION IN LAW
Cn ?roprt7 Fotuht with Feniioo Money
Ooi fi oated hi Ttx. ?
OLD SOLDIER SPRINGS IT F01 FINK
Dr. olsmoa Appeals to Mayor
Jim, Wt Pay th Frflf1
nd liars Let the Coart
A Nr.w Proposition In La w Can prop
ftjr bought with money received from the
government ss a pension be confiscated for
Dr. Solomon Is a veteran of the civil war.
When bis roods were loaded on a wagon
and hauled sway to satisfy a demand for
delinquent taxes he promptly called at the
mo of Mayor "Jim." an old friend.
"Those food were bought with money
from my pension," he declared, "and they
can't take them for taxes."
Me further Insisted that the mayor so
down with him and lend tthe weight of
his presence when he paid the taxes, which
hs had decided to do under protest. Bo
Mayor "Jim" accompanied the physician
to the treasurer's office, the doctor having
handed him 1120.23, the amount of the
taxes to be paid. Treasurer Fink received
the party personally.
"We are going to pay these taxes," an
nounced the mayor with dignity. "Hut we
want It nnderstood that we do so under
protest The goods were bought with pen
sion money received by Dr. Solomon from
Flak Is Dambfownded.
Mr. 'Pink stared, dumbfounded.
"Why, what In the world Is the matter
with you?" he finally exclaimed. "There
Is no law of that kind and It Is foolish to
talk about It."
The major waved his hand with an air
that said discussion would be useless.
"We'll let the courts decide that." he
Later the treasurer appeared in ths
mayor's office to protest that he could
never hope to grt any court to decide such
a Qulxotlo proposition In his favor and that
he waa foolish to advance 11 of his own
money to back a man who rested his
claim upon It, .
But the mayor smiled not and only an
swered again with the cryptic:
"WVtl see what the courts say to that."
The Northwestern Line.
Additional Chicago bervlce.
Bffectlve May Sth, the Electric Lighted
"Los Angeles-Chicago Limited" will leave
Omaha, dally ;60 p. m., arriving Chicago
11 :M a, m.
City Offices 1401-S Farnam St.
Announcements, wedding stationery and
calling cards,, blank book and magaxlns
binding. 'Phone Doug. 1604. A. I. Root, Inc.
ttangum & Co., LETTER SPECIALIST!
Rapid Action Clothes
By fftt Machine llsell
Suit A minute" that's the record.
81am 'em together any old
I way just so long as the Stitches will
hold and the Thing we're working on looks
something like a Suit
Our Boss doesn't care a ran whether,
A Sleeve or a Collar Is put on properly, or
the Foundation of ths Coat's Shape
the Canvas and Haircloth are put in as
.they should be.
Everything's wrong from Cutting' to
The so-called "suit" might be mad half
presentable if It were taken apart and al
together Remade by Someone who know
haw . .
Hut that wouldn't do for a minute No
Biree that would add to the Cost.
Instead he gives the Thing to Old Dr.
Goose the Hot Flat Iron
And Old Dr. Ooose presses here
stretches or shrinks there aud In a jiffy
has as fin a looking Suit as you would
w ant to see
That's all the Boss Wants.
For he knows that al he'll hnv to do
will be to tell Rome one a Fnlry Tale, and
that Someone may buy that Suit and think
for a Week or so that's It's a Dandy.
But oon the Impels will Commence to
Bulge the Collar to Fall awav from the
twvcX of the Neck the Shoulders to lose
tl.elr h-tenn the who! Suit will go
back to First Principles just as It was when
w rushed It out.
Of course, all clothing Is not the
Take "Sincerity" Suits for Instance
"Sincerity" Suits are not rushed through
ths Sewing Mill not much
"Blnoerity" Suits are made with the
Utmost Care all th way through with
the one end In vlaw to make a perfect
fitting) Suit with a Permanent Shape.
"Sincerity" Suits are cut for that pur
poseby ' th most expert Cutters In
America they're tailored for that pur
poseby the most expert Needleworkers
"Blnoerity" Suits . are Inspected rigor
ously by th moat knowing and Careful
Clothing experts In America th least
Alteration required Is made by th needle
Old Dr. Ooose has no opportunity to
"flop" a shape in "Sincerity" Suits
his work U not required.
And as a Result "Blncerlty" Suits Wold
their Snap until you want to buy a new
"SInoMlty 8ulU are sold by all th
bttr class reaJy -to-put-on Clothmg
bealer look for the label below In each
coat It insures Style, Sesvlo and Satisfaction.
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BRIEF CITY NEWS.
I snail be glad to meet my friends at
th People's Store. Brantley East.
JTssr Store New goods. Clothing for
men and women, hats, shoes, furniture,
carpets, draperies, stove. Cash or credit.
Union Outfitting Co.. U15-1T-19 Farnam.
9. XL aTartmaa Smir J. IL Hartman,
formerly manager of th Hartman Furni
ture com parry, has bn succeeded by H.
Fellmelmer, who was formerly assistant
manager. He says hs hopes to continue
the business along the same lines which
have prevailed since the opening of busi
ness by the firm In Omaha.
alt Against Zseoatrta Edgar A. Balrd,
administrator of th set at of th lat Paul
Orossman, has begun suit In district court
against Mrs. Amelia Fink, widow of Mr.
Orossman and for a time executrix of his
will, for 17,000 under a Judgment of th
county court rendered February 88. holding
that amount was du th estate from hsr.
Elks to Attnd Caan Funeral At ths
regular weekly meeting of Omaha lodge of
Elks Friday evening th announcement of
th death of the wife of Albert Cahn, 4
member of th lodge, was made; and It was
unanimously voted that all members of th
lodge, who possibly can do so, will assem
ble at th lodge root n a at t o'clock Sunday
morning to attend the funeral.
alt for Death Suit for $10,000 for the
death of Bernard Baumlester In a wreck
In Kenans, January t, has been started In
district court against the Rock Island by
Joseph F. Murphy, administrator of th
estate of Baumlester. His death was due
to a collision between two trains and was
Instantaneous. The petition alleges he was
the sole support of his mother.
Carousal Interrupts Frayer While the
Salvation. Army sang and prayed on th
street corner, Richard Cogan, 308 North ,
Tenth street and C. M. Jacobson, Council
Bluffs, sat on the ourblng at Fifteenth and
Douglas streets Friday evening drinking
from a Jug of liquor and ralacd so much
disturbance that Patrolman J. B. Wilson
arrested them. Cogan made resistance and
was overcome and both were sent to Jail.
Judge Crawford find each 110 and costs.'
Two Ohargss Against Snyder County
Attorney English has filed two informa
tions in district court against Ray Snyder,
on chnrglng shooting at Jacob A. Saly
with Intent to kill and the other forcible
robbery of Ouy H. Myers, a North Twenty
fourth street druggist. Snyder Is the man
who was arrested tor robbing a candy
booth in Rlvervlew park and was after
ward Identified as the man who took a
shot at the street oar conductor and robbed
Governor Will Fresld Governor Shel
don will preslds at the meeting at th First
Congregational church Monday night at
which Alexis Aladjan, peaaant leader of
th last Russian Duma and Nicholas
Tchaykovaky will speak. Mayor Dahlman
has appointed a committee consisting of
Dean Beecher of Trinity cathedral. Judge
Howard Kennedy, Father McOovem of St.
Phllomena's cathedral. President MoDonald
of the Centre) Labor union and W. L. Tet
ter, president of the Commercial club execu
tive committee, to receive the distinguished
Bakers Slep on Tabl That he found
one man sleeping on the working tabl
and two others In ths bread box, all with
their dirty clothes and shoes on, was th
testimony given by Sanitary Officer Wool
drldge before Judge Crawford In police
court Saturday morning against John Zees,
charged with running a bakery without a
license and keeping a bakery In a filthy
and unsanitary condition, at 610 North Six
teenth street. Zees made a weak defense
and was fined It and posts, with Instruc
tions not to bake any more bread at th
place until he had secured a license and
with proper sanitary precautions.
Tel led Sokol Sxhlbltloa The Tel Jed
Bokol will hold an athletic exhibition Sun
day afternoon at 1 o'clock In Its ball at
Thirteenth fend Martha streets. It will be
participated In by men And women from
Omaha, South Omaha and Plattsmouth.
There will be a program and speeches.
Mayor Dahlman will be arrlong th latter.
Th affair Is in th nature of a farewell
to Frank J. Rlha, who is a delegate to th
international meet of the Tel Jed Sokol to
ba held In Prague, Bohemia. Mr. Rlha,
though only 22 years of age. has won sev
eral gold and stiver medals In athletlo
contests. He Is the only delegate from
west of the Missouri river to attend the In
Farmer Sues th Oonnty William Pow
ers, a farmer living just north of the Elk
City bridge over rse Elkhorn, has filed a
claim for $500 damages with the county
fur alleged Injury to his property, due 'to
the failure of the cut-off ditch, recently
dug by the county, to straighten th chan
nel of the river, properly to carry th
water. Mr. Powers wants th county either
to reconstruct the ditch so It will do what
ia expected of It, or pay htm his money.
When the ditch was constructed Mr. Pow
ers donated the land through which It was
dug. But owing to faulty construction, hs
says. It does not provide the relief he ex
pected of It. The matter has been taken
up by the commissioners.
Divorce Market Active In a petition
for divorce filed In district court Saturday
Ootthllf Back declarea that after he had
worked hard to provide a home for his
wife, Josephine, and family In South
Omaha she refused to move and preferred
evil associations, he said, sh had formed
In Chicago to his company. Tbey were
married in Chicago and after a consulta
tion, he says. It was decided he should
come to South Omaha and secure employ
ment In a packing house. He did so, and
after earning enough money went back to
Chicago and bought ticket to move the
whol family. Ilia .wife, he says, would
not come with him and has since refused
to move. He says she also called him
bad names. Lillian C. Dolton aaks for a
divorce from Albert Dolton and th oustody
of their children on the ground of failure
to support and abandonment.
Adams Again In Spotlight More trouble
still for th polio from th Adams broth
era This Is ths pair which was accused of
being insane about two weeks ago, having
come to the city from Scott's Bluff on ths
way to Georgia In company with a com
panion named Cunningham. Le Adams
was taken to th hospital as Insane, but
released and again taken In by th pollc
on a similar complaint, being released a
second time. Then th three took a room
at lSlt Davenport street. John Adams dis
appeared several days sgo, declaring Cun
ningham was "doping" his brother Le to
get his money. And never returned. Friday
evening Le Adams went out to rid around
th city on bis wheel, and since then has
not been heard from aor seen. Others at
the rooming place fear he may have met
with foul play for his money.
Water Flpe Floods Corner While the
employes of th Independent Telephone
company were exoavatlng for th ditch for
th conduits at Twentieth and Farnam
streets Saturday the water hydrant situ
ated on the corner blew off from the main
and that entlr section of th oountry waa
flooded with water until repairs oould b
mad. Superintendent Hunt of th Omaha
Water company said h did not know Just
how th break happened. The hydrant evi
dently bad bn blown from th lad from
th main, but what th caus of th'. trouble
was oould not b located until th ditch was
dug out and an Investigation made. The
water filled Into the cellar of th house on
th northwest corner of Twentieth and Far
nam and did considerable damage, but sev
sraj largs pumps were secured aa soon as
possible and th water pumped out as .soon
lOth AND HOWARD
New Styles of Charming Confirmation & Graduation Fabrics & Accessories
The great diversity of ideas of the hundreds of elaborate materials sheer weaves and rich designs and other
dainty necessities that beautify the costumes are perfectly provided here. The best of gloves, girdles, hosiery,
handkerchiefs, fans, neckwear, lace and embroidery. The very latest conceptions and superior qualities at
marvelous prices Monday.
Magnificent Mull 600 yards new
sheer Convent Mull, the finest
white fabric manufactured for
graduation purposes, 32-ln. wide,
that we are going to Bell special
Monday at, yard, 60c, 40c
Persian Lawns 760 yards of the
best values and assortments of
32-ln. Persian Lawns In the city,
embracing 76a qualities, at three
special prices, per yard 36c, 26c
Imported French Lawns 6 2 -In.
wide and values that are $1.00
to $2.00 a yard, special for Mon
day, yard, from $1.50 to. . 50c
Flue India Linon 8 60 pieces very
close even weave of India Llnon,
the best value to be found at
26c per yard, special for Monday,
Per yard 15
Linen Lawn 600 pieces 8 2 -In.
fine India Lawn, sheer material,
and a good value at 15c, extra
special for Monday, yard.. 4 He?
FnormotiR Sale of Wash Goods
2,500 yards high grade, season
able Wash Fabrics, our entire
stock of colors, Including 65c
values, fine silk mulls, cotton
voiles, silk chiffons, Imported
mercerized tissue, and hundreds
of yards of other late novelties,
all In one mammoth lot for Mon
day's great selling, yard. ..25
Fine Kmbroldories for Confirma
tion and Graduation Dresses
Monday we offer a special dis
count of 20 on our line of fine
Embroideries, yoking, flounclngs,
edgings, insertions, waist panels,
headings, appliques, festoons and
medallions, In complete matched
sets, all widths, in fine Nainsook
to the very sheerest Swisses, elab
orate patterns In combination baby
Gigantic Clearing Sale oi Spring Dress Goods
2,000 yards of our $2.00, $1.75
and $1.60 Dress Materials, in
cluding novelty checks, plaids,
shadow and Invisible checks, ex
clusive patterns and In all the
latest shades, Monday, for, per
Broken Lot Dress Goods Worth
from 89c to $1.25, for 60c. This
assortment includes water proof
suitings, chiffon, panamas, ba
tistes, fancy checks, plaids and
stripes, all the season's nobbiest
designs, for a clearance price on
Monday we will sell the entire lot
at, yard 5)g
Black Panama 5 pieces, 52-Inch
wide, and worth $1.75, on Mon
day we will offer these as a grand
special bargain at, yard $1.10
Special sale of real Imported
Cream Japanese Silks, the kind
that wears and washes and full
one yard wide, Regular 75c
value, Monday only, yard J2
fl.00 Foulnrd Bilks, 37 He Here
is a silk bargain for Monday that
overshadows all competition
beautiful Foulards In al colors,
with rlald and coin dot effects.
On display In 16th 8t. Window
This Is a great snap, $1 Foulards
Crepe de Chine Extra special sale
of pure Silk Crepe de Chine In
beautiful shades, both light and
dark. This' silk is always con
sidered very dressy for party
gowns. Our 85c quality on sale
Monday at, yard 49
Irish, eyelet, button-hole and
shadow work, ranging In price
from $4.50 yard down to 20c yd.
All Over Embroideries
An exquisite lot of neat waist
ing Embroideries, 18-in. to 4 Sin.
wide, in heavy eyelet and button
hole patterns, fine shadow work
and very sheer hand loomed em
broidered, $4.60 down to $1.00.
Special lot of $1.60 and $2.00 All
over Embroidery, Monday, per
Monday Bargains In
New White Fans
Just received Import order of
fancy spangled, painted and lace
trimmed Fans, with bone or
wood sticks, prices range from
$4.60 down to (each) 50J
White Silk and lilsle Gloves
12 and 16-button lengths, double
weave, White Silk Gloves, regu
lar $1.50 to $2.25 values, on sale
Monday for, pair, $1.98, $1.76.
I-48 n 31.10
Silk Lisle and MiUanal.a Lisle
Gloves White, full 16-buttow
length, worth up to $2.00, spe
cial for $1.48, $1.26, 98c, 75
Ladies Ready-to-wear Clothing, Ladies' Waists
Great Lace Curtain Sale A man
ufacturer's over stock at a price
of about halt their value, three
special lots for Monday
Curtains worth to $2.60 for 98t
Curtains worth to $3.60, SI. 95
Curtains worth to $6.00, $2.05
Spring and Summer Wash Goods
at Less Than Half Price 600
pieces (not remnants) of Irish
Dimities, Organdies and SwlBses,
with small dots, and mercerized
walstlngs, worth 26c, for, per
Bleached Sheeting 2 V yds. wide,
worth 25c, Monday, yd.
This blown glass Tum
bler, engraved or
banded. 6 for.. 25
Dinner Plates, new pat
tern, white, engraved
Cups and Saucers, same
quality semi-porcelain, set. . .49
Madras Curtain Net beautiful
,aJ,1lW"lT I' 1 n.
new designs, yard. ...... ,15
15c Cream Curtain Serin, fancy
colored stripes, yard 10t
Wooden Frame Clothes Wringers,
with 10-ln. rubber rollB, worth
$2.60, for $1.48
Galvanized Watqr Pans, 10-qt. size,
Good pust Pans, each 5
Ru'bber Garden Hose, warranted to
last one year, foot 10
Rakes,-each 48c, 26c and...l50
Hoes, each, 35c, 26c and. . . . 15
Children's Garden Sets, rake, hoe
and shovel, set 25c and. . . .10
Our stock is complete now, and it is a dandy. Our
Lingerie Waists nre from the most celebrated
makers In the country, and our prices are
from 08 $15.00
Monday we make special sales at
9SS $1.08. $2.90. $5.05. $4.05
Ladies Guaranteed Silk Petticoats, black and all
colors In plain and changeable, $6.00 petticoats
Monday at $4.05
Ladies' Black Silk Coats
Three-quarter lengths, sizes up to 4 4 bust; guar
anteed Bilk, and handsome trimmings, prices
Monday, $11.50. $13.50. $15.00. $17.50
ART NEEDLE WORK.
Monday we will make special display of Art
Novelties from Japan, China and India. A lot of
very choice pieces for home decoration, at about
half price. All on the second floor. v
Little Babies' Coats New Spring styles, ages 1 to
4 years, prices $1.00. $1.25. $1.50. $2.25
Princeton Clothes for the Man Who
The prominence into which we have
spring in so short a time demonstrates
that we sell right in every detail.
Merit alone can produce such result.
Expensive advertising serves to call at
tention for a time, but merit alone can
stand the test. In perfection of de
sign our clothing conforms closely to
those made by the ultra-fashionable
tailors. In fact, choice of materials
and excellence of workmanship our
lines for spring well nigh- approach
perfection. See a really well made
stylish suit of serviceable fabric at
$15, $18. $20
On Monday we will Introduce a
plan whereby all can share in our
profits. With every cash purchase
in our new, olean, white, sanitary
Grocery we will give a profit shar
ing coupon for the full amount
In our premium booth will be
found a splendid assortment of de
sirable articles. These premiums
are our own. We pay no Inter
mediate profits. Consequently,
you will find them muoli better
values than anything before of
fered. When the coupons amount
to $20.00 or over, you can make a
selection of tho article you want
in exchange, which will be deliv
ered free to your home.
To every lady visiting our Day
light Grooery on Monday we Will
give 15.00 In coupons Free.
46o Navel Oranges, per doen....85o
t lbs. best Mocha and Java Coffee $1
10 bars Diamond C Soap 15o
10c pkg. Washing Powder for,...15o
S lbs. Japan Rice in cloth sacks, JSo
6-lb. pkg. Rolled Oats, with handsome
piece china ISO
Quaker, white or yellow, Cornmeal,
Fresh crisp Potato Chips, lb SOo
Antlseptto Dustless Sweeping Powder
per pound .So
48 lbs. Daylight Challenge Flour 11
48 lbs. Daylight Peerless Flour $1.80
And Profit Sharing Coupons In Ad
dition. All that's good you will find in th.
$5 in Gold Free
The Blue Ribbon Colossal Cheese
will not be cut for a day or two yet.
If you have not seen it and left an
order you should do so at once, as
it is the finest, best and largest
Crawford Cheese ever brought to our
city. Only 2So per pound of 18
ounces, and $5.00 of Uncle Sam's Gold
Free to someone leaving an ordor
COUNTY TO RETAIN LATENSER
Bird Propose! Thousand Dollars for Archi
tect Plant of Court Bonis.
WANTS SOMETHING DEFINITE FOR VOTERS
Resolution Held im Abeyance Declares
Million la Bonds Coald Be
Paid Wlthoat Extra
A step In the direction of a new court
house was taken Saturday, when a reso
lution was prepared and signed by Com
missioners Kennard and Solomon, providing
that John Latenser be retained to prepare
detailed plans for the proposed building in
order that the tax-payers might under
stand Just what Uiey are voting for when
the proposition to vote $1,000,000 bonds is
submitted at the fall election. At the re
quest of Commissioners Brunlntf and
Tralnor, the resolution was not introduced
at the meeting Saturday morning, but will
be held for a week.
It was proposed to pay Mr. Latenser $1,000
for this work. The resolution declares that
public sentiment is largely . In favor of a
new building and that the building oould
be constructed and the bonds and Interest
paid without Increasing the present tax
As soon as ths resolution goes through
petitions Intended to test publlo sentiment
on the proposition will be circulated over
the county and unless opposltlou which is
not looked for develops the question will
be submitted at the coming election. The
commissioners desire to have a definite
proposition to make to the voters and for
this reason propose to have the plans
drawn before the proposition is passed on.
many of the Iowa Nasby. that they will
be on hand.
An elaborate program of entertainments
will be arranged. The general purpoao will
be to show the postmasters the Importance
of Omaha aa a great oommerclal metropolis
of the transmlssourl country. The details
of the program will remain In the hands of
the executive committee. The meeting Is
expected to bring several thousand
strangers to Omaha, constituting a class of
people that are the business, financial and
social representatives of their special communities
NASBYS FROM TWO STATES
Nebraska and Iowa Postmasters Will
Meet la Omaha Latter Part
The Interstate meeting of the Nebraska
and Iowa postmasters will be held in
Omaha, June 26, 18, this date having been
agreed upon at the meeting of the executive
committee of the Nebraska Association of
Postmasters held In the Omaha poatofnee
Saturday morning. It is expected First As
sistant Postmaster-General Hltchoock will
be present and address the meeting, as well
as other prominent postoffloe officials.
Those present at the meeting of the
executive committee Saturday morning
were: Captain H. B. Palmer, president of
the Nebraska association: W. J. Cook of
Blair, secretary; Frank McCarthy of Ne
braska City, H. C. Miller of Grand Island.
E. L. Howe of South Omaha. Three mem
ber of the committee, M. A. Brown of
Kearney. H. M. Wells of Crete and Katl
Kramer of Columbus were unable to be
Postmaster Hasleton of Council Bluffs Is
looking after the matter of securing the at
tendance of the Iowa postmasters, with
the promise of a large number being
present. About 1.400 Invitations have been
sent out and walls th responses have been
t .inar Mimlnf In. personal as-
rances have been received from a great J
Illinois Law Makers to Rest.
SPRING FIKI.D, III.. May 11. Instead of
adjourning sine die tonight the legislature
will probably adopt a Joint resolution di
recting a recess until next Wednesday,
when It will reassemble ax commended by
Governor Deneen to consider solely legis
lation to enable carrying out of a deep
water way project between Lrfike Michigan
and the Mississippi river. An Impression
prevails, however, that the enacting clause
of the deep water way bill he stricken out
by the senate and that sine die adjournment
Carroll 8, Montgomery returned Saturday
from a short trip to Chicago.
W. H. Higglns of Schuyler, F. M. Hep
blnr and Willis McBrlde at Lincoln are at
A. Sprey, James Rile and W. Faglns of
Alliance, W. J. Dunn of Weeping Water
and B. A. Anderson of Uncoln are at the
C. B. DtPhl of Stratton and M. Mackenzie
of Trinidad. F. L. Hudsfll and Dr. W. H
Mordheln of Wahoo and F. M Vaughn of
Denver are at the Paxton.
J. F. Mercier of IJncoln, P. D. Phippe of
Whitman and F. J. Hperry of Sioux Falls.
8. H. Pray of Columbus and W. Everett
of Lyons nre at the MUlord.
Henry Gibbon of Kearney, 8. A. Rles of
Los Angules, Mr. and Mrs. T. Smith of
Cheyenne and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hamp
ton of Denver are at the ller Grand.
J. H. Millard, former United Btates sen
ator, accompanied by Mlus Millard, will
arrive In Omaha Sunday morning. They
have been spending the last two months
in traveling through Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Quelly of O'Neill,
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Connell of Buffalo.
Wyo.: H. C. Miller of Grand Island. F. H.
Wheeler of Havelock, Samuel Barrett of
Farnam, N. M. Frlessen of Albion, W.
F. Rankin of Broken Bow, Gorge Spncer
of Broken Bow and W. T. Davis of Llm
wood are at the Merchants
SHE FORGOT TO WRITE IT ALL
Tires Dsar Girls Try to Eat Three Dear
(hickeoi for Laochton.
HOSTESS WILL NEVER FORGET IT
Her sweetheart Now Sings "Every
Mh Ah Brings Mah Honey
Chicken," and Other
This Is a tale of three dear girls and
three "dear" chicken dlnnera
On of the young women is th presiding
genius of an office In a Farnam street
She invited two friends to go to lunoh
with her one day last week.
"Now, don't order a big dinner and
'break' me Ilk you might do If I were a
man," cautioned the hostess aa they took
their chairs at a table In a Farnam street
"Well. I'll take a dill pickle and a
cracker," announced on of the other young
women falling In with this request.
"Oh, no, I don't mean that," said ths
hostess. "But we can get a nice little
lunch for 80 or 40 cents. Now. let's see,
we all like chicken sandwiches."
And so, with proper feminine deliberation,
the lunch was ordered. Tbe hostess wrote
the order down. It was to be three chicken
sandwiches, three cups of coffee and three
dishes of Ice cream.
And then the three chattered gaily away,
telling each other about new gowns and
"how much it would take for the waist,"
and other topics of femlntns Interest. They
were Interrupted by the approach of a
waiter with an Immense tray. He depos
ited It solemnly next to their table and
began moving the dishes to the table. First
he deposited three whole chickens, each on
n immense platter and each surrounded
with all that goes with on of those
properly furnished triumphs of the oullnary
art Bach chicken loomed up before Its
respective young woman like a small
Kebody Saya a Word.
None of the three could say a word.
They sat dumbfounded while the waiter
added dish after dish, surrounding the
huge chickens with a veritable brood of
smaller dishes till th table was com
By this time the two guests were having
difficulty In repressing their laughter. Th
hostess found her vole.
"Is this what I ordered?" she asked the
waiter. That functionary produced the
slip. There wae the fatal error. The young
woman had written "chicken" where she
should have written "chicken sandwich."
But she wss game.
"Oh, yes, all right," she said, and ths
throe "fell to." None of the explanations I
of the hostess to th effect that she mean! I
to order chicken to surprlss them would
"go." "Why did you asK to see the slip,
then?" they asked her.
They contrived to make some slight im
pression on the immense nrrav of edibles.
Before they left the hostess exacted a
promise that they would tell no one of the
error. But others were already "on." That
evening the hostess waa kept busy answer
ing the telephone. One voice asked If it
was she who had "ordered them chickens."
Another purported to be from tho butchi r,
who begged to announce that he had some
fine pullets lust killed and would Bhe look
in and see them in the morning. A girl
called up to tell rather Irrelevantly how
she "Just loved roast chicken." -
An unausDectlna vnunr mn n hn wsa
calling on the young woman a few daya
later was Inveigled Into singing "Every
Night Ah Brings Mah Honey Chicken.
hs thought he sang very well and,
It Is an amusing bit of ragtime, the
man did not im vhjit thr w ii
call forth such bursts of uncontrollable
hilarity as followed his rendition of It,
And th end is not vat.
id. while J
ne young I
In It t
Fatal Wreck la Oklahoma.
ALTU8. Okl.. May 11. An extra freight
train on the St. Louis A San Francisco run
Into in oien switch here this morning and
was wrecked. J. H Connor, brakemaii, Wiis
killed and Bnglneer Spence and Klremua
Small were fatnlly Injured. An. hxir hefor
the wreck happened J. R. Reed, a brake-
n.un wua fntullv Itilura .'tiU tills tl'Ula
was passing Eldorado, being struck by a
bridge expander and suffering a fractured
Railway Notes and Personals.
F. Montmorency, assistant general freight
siren t of the Burlington, has gone to Chi
cago. L. Lomax. general passenger agent of
the Union pacific, left Friday night for a
short business trip to Kansas City.
W. W. Johnson, assistant general freight
agent of the Burlington, was hnndlng out
a few smokes at the headquarters Satur
day morning, as he had Just received wurd
rhat he was a grandfather.
John A. Eyler, general live stock agent
of the Burlington, lias gone to the Pan
handle country wf Tinas to watch th
moveaient of cattle to the ranges of the
north. Last year this movement amounted
to several thousand cars, and this year will
be as large.
E. H. Wood, general freight agent of
the Vnlon Pacific, has returuod from Chi
cago where he has been in conference
with other traffic ottlciais In reference to
preparing unltorm freight tariffs which
will conform with the requirements of the
Interstate commerce law.
C. E. Bpens. geneial freight agent of
the Hurlins ton. and A. B. Smith, assistant
general freight agent, have gone to Chi
cago t attend the funeral of Mrs. Mary
Milllor, lfe of Thomas Miller, former
general freight agent of the road. Mr.
Epens was formerly stenographer for Mr.
Miller and rose in the I auks until he Is
now general freight agent.
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