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THE OMAHA DAILY DEE: TUESDAY, MARCH 31, 1008.
REAL ESTATE .
CITY PROPBRTT FOR SALS
I WANT an offer on the property, 112S and
lljn S. Hat Pt.; two modern houses and
gnaxt barn; wall rented. Thl property la
owned by an eastern party who muiit aell.
THOM A BRF.NN AN,
, ' Room 1. New York Lite Bldg
WF Leavenworth district building lota,
W0 to I17; aay terma. Mitslaff, MM
Leavenworth Bt. 'Phone Harney KM.
(1 M124 Ilx '
TrTB FEED AB8TRACT CO., eat.
Prompt service. Get our prlcea. 1710
Farnam. 1S M
. . 'Two houses, ( rooma and t
rooms, rent for 114 60; city
. water, lot 75x100. No. 40 410
tO. C. OLSEN,
101 South 16th Bt
f AEM AND MANCH LAND FOR IALK
... .-. Jlebraaha.
CHEYENNE COUNTY has again proven
what It will do. We have the (Ineat land
In the county for Bale on easjr terma at
from ten to fifteen dollars per acre. Will
a I no trade for town property.
RODMAN LOOSCEN LAND CO..
, , . .- Sidney, Nebraaka.
) M381 31 x
FOR SALE At bargain. o aerea Improved
farm. In Antelope oflunty, Neb. Addreaa
Rakew Co., 441, W. Set Bt., Chicago, HI.
- Kerth Dakota.
OUT THSY GO
On the new C. M. St, P. Coaat Railway,
through Adama ' county, North Dakota,
which la attracting hnmeaeekera to an
unexcelled fanning country. Sunshine,
free coal, pure water, aura cropa, a home
and profitable occupation for you. Land
tut fiO to 120 an acre row. K&sy terma.
IV e have homestead' relinquishments for
aale. nee Wm. H. Brown Co., Haynee
or Mott, North Dakota, or 131 LaSalle St
Chicago, 111. Maps free. Mention this
paper. Or write oar Mandan. North Da
kota, office. O0) Mi46
', ' oh Dakota.
INVESTORS Take notice; I am overloaded
with land; will aell part of It at a bar
gain; easy terma. Edmunds Co., So. Dak
Don't overlook thle opportunity. W o'
Clark, Nebraaka City, Neb. '
WESTKRN LAND, large and small tracta;
sale and exchange. National Invt. Co..
Ml Brandels Bldg. (20) MS
HERE IS A QUICK MONEY
LOCATB on tbe Lower Brula Reaervatlon.
Good. -claims yet to be had, open for
filing. Will locate you for a reasonable
amount. Addreaa O. M. Bertleson.
f rfceho. D. ( Mt4T A3
REAL ESTATE LOANS
PRIVATE MONEY NO DELAY.
, . GARVIN BROS., 1H FAR W AM.
" y ' B)-8e7
LOANS on Improved Omaha property
OKeefe R. E. Co., 1001 N. Y. Life Bldg.
LOWEST RATES Bemls, Paxton Block.
- , (22) 72
WANTED City loans and warrants. W
Farnam Smith & Co.. 1320 Farnam St.
' ' " ' (22) 6
1100 TO 11.000 made promptly. F. D. Weed.
Weed Bldg,, Wth and Farnam. (22) 70
I PER CENT mopey to loan on eastern
Nebraaka farms and good bualneaa pi or.
erty In Omaha.
ALFRED' C. KENNEDY.
' S09 First National Bank Building. Tale,
phone Douglas T22.
WANTED Cty loans.
Peters Trust Co.
MONEY to loan on Improved city property.
Hastings Heyden, 1704 Farnam It.
PRIVATE) MONEY-CABH ON HAND
NO DELAY. . J. H. MITHEN. 02-1 1ST
NAT. BANK 'BLDG. TEL DOUG. 127S.
i ' ' (22)-87S
MONJJY TO LOAN On Improved city prop
erty; building loans a specialty; bo delay.
W. ft. Thomas. 603 1st Nat l Bk. Bldg.
.5 ()-M741 All
MONBY TO LOAN-Fayne Investment Co.
FHJVATB money to loan; no delays. J.
H. Sherwood. 616-617 Brandels Bldg.
'i v (22)-877
W. H. THOMAS lends money.
REAL ESTATE WANTED
WANTED . ;
Wa have a customer who Is going; to
buy small properiiee for -Investment In Food
locations. Must be snapa.
EQUITABLE REALTY AND TRUST CO..
BOARD OF TRADE.
WANTED TO BUY
BEST price paid for secondhand furniture,
re i pete, stoves, clothing, shoes, ate. Red
- ou .- (26)-Mr:i
WANTED To buy secondhand furniture,
cook and healing aloves. carpets, lino
leums, office furniture, old clothea, quilts
snd all kinds of tools, or will buy the
furniture of your house complete. The
highest price paid. Call the right man.
Tel. Douglas 571. (25 AllTJ M4
SECONDHAND feed sacks. No amount too
large or too small. Wagner, 601 N. lath.
CASH paid for secondhand clothing-, shoes
etc. Sob N. Jtfth 81. Tel. Red 2325
eANT, 0 bu5L8 or -ron ootlage near 25th
St. school. Council Bluffs, or would buy
lot. Must be cheap for cash. Owner only.
Care of Bee. T. E. Laon. Oeneral De
livery. Omaha. (3B)-M3ai six
WANTED A god driving horse for Tam
'iy "e. 1J I'lerce St. (26)-986 20
WANTED A good automooila runabout;
Cadillac. Maxwell or Ford; must be In
good shana and cheap for cash. Dr. W
A. Thomas, Loomls, Neb. (26 M121 lx
WANTED Cash register. Joseph Slobondy.
Oreeley, Neb. (25)M22 ix
WHEN you I'wtjti to advertisers, kindly
mention The Bee.
' WANTED TO RENT
YOrNrj LADY would Ilka room with prl
ate family; good references given and
H"u. jiaarrss fll. iupen, ws 8. 24th
t. . IMI-U1I1 !
WANTD Furnished housekeeping rooms
rial for young couple, no children. 214
Flrat National Bank Bldg. (2) MJW lx
.Jf writing to. advertisers, remember
It takes but an extra atroke or two of
J the ad In The Pee.
PtXalHON wanted as undertaker or furni
ture aalasman, callable of aaaumlng entire
vonlrvL tie Ucense; best references.
Address Y 416. care Bee. t7)-Mae SI
YOUNG MAN familiar with I- mber or coal
buslneea, ad guod booak .r. wiahea
p.Uion li. Omaha. K-mployed T at pree!
T V-.i1 No- 1 reference.. Ad.Weaa
ctaT.wfa'!B brnur or governess;
dree." V"T. "'' Ad-
U?ak Cw."".-to ,"ra. remember
U takV . " iera. rememb
Hkea. but an extra atroke or two
aew- 11 ,.mr.T,Mu", th 't that".
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Mlrhael Muellnr e'nd wlte tn. f-etr II.
Pnlad. Iota 4 and 5, bloc 3. Ben- -
titnaion ....-. .i f 176
Continental Trttei-oompany to VI II-
llam Roe, lot , . hl.K-k 4. Carthaae ia
Edward Caaaidy'and wife to Innard
(Tianie, lots 4, i, and T, block 6,
Vaclav t'urta and wife to Vaclav
Novak and wife. sV. lot 3J, block V,
Kountse d addition !,!)
Joeeph Miter and wife to Joseph
Mlodovakl. iU lot 6. block 4!v South
Omaha , 570
John J. Nichols to Frank and Iter
bara Mllclc, lot IS, block 7, Brown
Fred Btuhbcndnrf to Kraal Kavan,
lot 29, block 4, Mrllas' 1st 125
Bessie Kavan ft al to Jo-ph Zadlna
et al, lots & and 31. block 4. Mrllas'
1st addition. 250
Isaac 8. Iravltt end wins to Caro
line Abelln, lot 6. block 32, Albright s
Frank E. Martin and wife to Martha
H. lah. lota 17. 18. 19. 20 and 21.
tuncR 3, Hayne riace l
William R. Morand and wife to C. A.
Wagner, lot 17. block 6, DraKea... 4.600
George Morton end wife to Miriam
Mrlvalne, lot l, block 1. Tales A
Hempt'la addition 800
Julia I'earce to George C. Pearre.
aouth 24 feet of north 76 feet lot
8. block t, Jetters sddltlon 1,000
urnrge Hi Barker and wire to Martha
H. Iah. lots 17. IK. lit. 20 and 21.
block , Hayne Place 2,100
waiter I Slby et si to E. C. Mal-
lon. lot S, block 24, Carthage 651
tsaima Btanley and husband to Marie
Carey, part lot , Mlahih
W. H. Bhoop and wife to E. If. Mc
Creary, lot 22, Ellletono park 1,125
Robert Rarclay Twining and wife to
Frank Jncohs. lot 6, block 9, Omaha 3,500
Ellxa F. Callahan to Marie Carey,
n lot fi. Eliiabeth Place 600
IL F. Curtis and wife to I-euls
Hlumenthal, wrat 60 feet of lot
10. McCandllah Place 2,800
County treasurer to Jacob Kendle,
lots 8 and 11, block 1, and other
lots, Belmont park
Gertrude fisher to Harry Gross, part
lots 8 and. 6, Preston & William's
Oliver Adnea et al, exicutora, to
Oliver Arnea et al, t runt res, lot 1.
block 9, Hanacom Place 1
Oliver Arnes, truatee. et al, to Rob
ert B. Cooper, trustee, et al,. lot 1,
blork 106, Omaha, and other lots . 1
Harry Gross and wife, to Gertrude
Fisher, lot 11, block 17. Bedford
Place ! 2.000
Alice A. Havemeyer and husband to
Henry p'unk and Charlotte Funk,
lot , block 2. Denman Place 1,060
E. McCague and wife to O. M. Ham
mill et al, lot 22. 23, 24, S6 and 36,
Mid City addition , 1,400
Anton Malrk and wife to Joseph
.Panek, lot 4, block iW, 8outh Omaha 1.600
OFFICE CONSTRUCTING QUARTER
master, Cheyenne, Wyoming, March 14,
1901. Sealed proposals. In triplicate, will be
received at this office until 1:30 p. tn ,
mountain time, April 16, 19(8, at which time
they will be opened In public, for construct
ing, steam heating, plumbing, electric wir
ing aid furnishing and installing; electrlo
light fixtures In the following buildings at
Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming, vis: 2 sets of
colonels' quarters, 1 set of field officers'
quartern. 1 double sets of captains' quar
ters, 4 double sets of lieutenants' quarters,
4 double sets of noncommissioned staff of
ficers' quarters. 2 band barracks, S d)Ubl4
field artillery barracks, 6 .artillery stables
for 1 horses, 1 field, staff and band stable
for 6o horses, 2 artillery gun sheds and 1
double stable guard, saddler and farrier
shops. ' Specifications and blank forms of
proposal may bo obtained at this office.
Plans and specifications for tha work a pe
el fled above for the' Inspection of bidders
will be placed as follows, viz:, In office of
depot quartermaster, Omaha, Nebraska;
chief quartermaster, Chicago, Illinois; de
pot quartermaster. St. Ixiuls. Mo.; depot
quartermaster, New York City and chief
quartermaster, Denver, Colorado. The gov
ernment reserves the right to accept or re-
iect any and all bids and parts of bids.
Dnvelopes containing proposals should be
Indorsed "Proposals for Constructing Build
ings, etc, at Fort D. A. Russell, Wyoming '
and addressed to V. K. Hart, Captain lith
Infantry, ' Acting Quartermaster,- U. 8.
Army, in charge of Construction, Cheyenne,
Wyoming. '. M1B-21-20-81-A6-1I.
CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE
Omaha, Neb., March 3, 1908. Bcaled pro
posals In triplicate, subject to the usual
conditions, will be received here until 10 a.
m., central standard time, April 2, 19Ki, and
then opened In the presence of attending
bidders, for printing required at Headquar
ters Department of the Missouri, during the
fiscal year commencing July 1, lws. and
andlng June SO, 19o9. U. S. reserves tha right
to reject or accept any or all proposals
or any part thereof. Blank forms for bid
ding and circular giving full information
and requirements will be furnished on ap
plication. Envelopes containing proposals
should be marked "Proposals for Printing,"
and addressed to Major D. K. McCarthy, C.
Q. M. M4-6-6-V-S1-A-
NOTICE 'IX) CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received by J. F.
McKinley, secretary board of education,
Leigh, Neb, until 8 o'clock p. m. on the
sixteenth day of April, 1908. for the labor
and material for the completion of a school
building at Leigh, Nnbr., for school dis
trict No, 39, In accordance with plans and
specifications furniahed for the same by
John Lslenser. architect, Omaha, Neb., and
R. W. Grant, architect, Beatrice, Nebr., as
sociates for this work.
Bald plans and specifications may be
seen at the office of J. F. McKinley, Sec.,
Each bidder must accompany hla bid with
a certified check payable to J. F. McKin
ley, Bee, for five per cent of the amount of
his bid as a guarantee of good faith on
the part of said bidder, and which amount
shall be forfeited (o said school district
No. 89 in case tha bidder to whim said
contract be let shall fall to enter Into con
tract and furnish a satisfactory bond with
in 10 daya after the award of the contract.
The board of education reserve the right
to reject any or all bids and to waive any
Informality In any bid.
. J- McKinley, Secretary.
March SO, la. . .
Leigh, Colfax County, Nebr Scaled pro
posals will be received by J. F .M'Klnl-y
secretary school board, until April 15,
lww, at 13 o clock p. m., for tglS.7E0.)t) 5 per
oent 6-20-) ear optional school district btmds
Aiilliorid by vole 3-1. December 14, 1907.
Dated, May 1, 19m. Interest annually. Ml.
!uriiJ' May 192S' Optional, after May
1. 1913. A cert II led check for (lii.i0.0i), payable
e J. P. McKinley required. The following
la a financial statement submitted by the
secretary school hoard, assessed valuation
(19..7). I159.9v.tl - Real value (est.), (17'J9600.00.)
jviarea 31, iM.
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COAT OF TDE PADDED HAT
Victory for Ootch Would Be a Great
Boom for the Game.
BEELL COmDEUT HE WILL
Iadlcatlons Both .Ootch, and Haekeaj.
sehmldt Will Co la for a 1114 tha
. First Thing Wheat Time
"If Gotch wins that match with Hack
snd I believe he will It will give to
wrestling In tha United States its greatest
stimulus and revival," said Fred Beell
down at tha Millard hotel, where he haa
been since his wrestle with Bums.
"Omaha has had a large share In reviving
the game In the laa,t two years. If tha
big tidal wave cornea which we are look
ing for It will center Just about on
Beell Is In fine form for his .second
match with Burns tomorrow night at tha
Auditorium. He haa been In constant train
ing with Klank. Burns will come fresh
from his strenuous work with Ootch and
both men ought to be In such shape that
their second meeting will eclipse the first.
It that be possible.
Many guesses are given out as authori
tative on tha sizes of Gotch and Hack
enschmldt. A Washington paper that runs
a sporting department query and answer
columA recently answered that Gotch stood
8:01V, and weighed 1ST, which would make
him a monstrosity for wrestling, and that
Hack atood 5:10 and weighed 208. Gotch
says and he ought to know that he stands
6:11H and weighs from tot to 206. Hack
gives out the Information that he Is 5:08
and weighs 210.
Tom Jenkins saya ha wants a match
with Gotch. Yes he does not. He also
saya he wants a match with Joe Rodgers.
That's more like It. But why speak of
Rodgers and Gotch in the same breath?
They never were In the same class and
nobody knows that better than Uenklns,
who recently refereed a match between
the two men, when Gotch agreed to throw
Rodfrers five times in an hour and was
given but two falls, though he threw him
fifteen times. Maybe Jenkins would like
to wrestle Ootch In New York with a
reforee like himself. As for Rodgers
wrestling him Is like taking money from
the poor. But before Jenkins talks of
wrestling Gotch let him ponder on what
little Fred Beell, who meeta Farmer Burns
foa the second time at the Auditorium
Tuesday night, did to him. Jenkins had
been blowing his head off about what he
could do to Beell and Beell took him up.
Friends, none but wrestlers in It, got up
purse of 11,000 and pitted the two men
for a single fall and had the match secret,
that Is secret ao far as the public was
concerned. Beell would have thrown Jen-
klna In a few minutes, but the New York
giant, realising his doom, would hang onto
tha robes and get .off the mat. and do
anything else to kill time. By these tac
tfrs ha strung It out for two hours and
forty-two minutes. Beell won, however.
And Jenkins towering in his six feet.
weighed 220, and Beell, standing 5 feet 4,
weighed K16. . And then Jenkins talks of
meeting Gotch! The only reason he Isn't
hollering with the other American wrest
lers for Ootch to beat Hackenschmldt Is
that Hack played foot ball with htm In
New York and Gotch also threw him.
Fred Beell and Emit Klank went to Lin
coln today, where Beell meets War Eagle,
the Blackfoot Indian, for the second time.
He disposed of the chief tn prompt order
over at Council Bluffs just before meeting
Burns and probably will have no difficulty
this time In throwing him. It's a strange
coincidence that Beell wrestles the Indian
this time on the day bofore he meets Burns
and did the same thing before. The In
dian has taken It Into his head that he Is
In better form and can throw Beell, but
that idea haa not penetrated many heads.
First hold that Is the one thing on which
both Gotch and Hackenschmldt are said
to be determined In their great meeting
April S. The men will not engage tn the
woollng process so common as the Intro
ductory methods, but will get away from
each other after the handshake and feint
for an opening. Hack hopes to get behind
Gotch In a minute or two and land him
quickly, while Gotch figures on upending
the Lion at the outaet and cinching the In
vincible toe-hold by which he believes he
will be able to win the first fall In just a
It Is the general conviction that the first
bout, at any rate, will not last long,
whether the others do or not; that either
Gotch or Hack will be able to jump to the
rear of the other and bring things to a
Speed arvd science are to be depended on,
nd especially speed, Instead of strength
and endurance In that first bout, so the
wise ones say. All of which gives great
encouragement to the Americans, as every
one will concede Gotch has it on the Rus
sian in speed, if not in science.
Klawey and Johanaea.
Jack Kinney and Johannes will wrestle
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in the- weetttnle-artea at the- Ritme-neell
match Tiif-atlay night. They are both good
lightweights and have shown before what
they are capable, of doing. Thv are also
evenly matrhed. John Holdrn has decided
not to accept the offer to wrestle Nelson
In the preliminaries. Many fans were anx
ious to see Holden tackle Nelson, as he Is
a good man and he two would have made
a fast match.
WIN II THE
On the old circus arounds at Twenty-flrst
..u v-nane streets tne Hterllnaa of the
nierciiy leajrue and the Holly Independent
fern piayea n last game. Both teama
scored In the tirst Inning, but In the third
Jtnd fourth Innings the leaguers took the
lead, which they held until the elijhth.
When the Hollys tied the score hv a hatting
f nltv af.An ........ . . . 1 . . . . .
j. r,,ym ..jr ma Kieriings put men
on bases. In the last of the ninth the
6-terllngs won the game, 7 to , on a mls-
Rteck s work on first, a double play and
;'-' " irura iieia to mird base
ur 1 urea oui were prominent features
Manager Rajr of the Sterlings Is having
... ' b uunua nira up ana will soon
have an excellent diamond for practice
Manager Kooler of the Hollvs wants a
game for next Sunday and is now ready
l" a.nc mr me enure season. Score
STERLING. I HOLLYS.
Eiaon, 2b-M. 4
Leanay, Sb. . 4
MrU'sm. r(-b I
Hlnk.l, c 4
Ma. lb 4
F'terald, ef-e I
Watta, cf 4
Jarobl. aa-et. 4
Rout, p-rl.... 4
1 1KIIT. It) I
aiiintiaiti, lb.. 4
0 1 Murphy, aa... I
Odlbmn. c 4
I Harahraan, cf f
1 ester, lb (
0 0 Falconer, -r( I
0 IManolgan, It. 4
ToUli M 4j6 17
Totals 14 tM I T
Earned runs: Sterlings, 1; Hollvs.
iwo-oase nits: Krtson (I). MrGiiagln
vyaus. uinson, OlHham. Hteck. Sacrifice
M 1 fy 8,olen baaee: Edson, Watts
un,A.iM, miuuKfin, uiiinam tzi. Mur
pny ui, uinson, McAndrews (S, Falconer,
.ii.Ba... isuume piay: AlcAndrews to
v mnson. otrucK out: By Rout
iy; oy r nsgeraia. b; ry Falconer, 3. First
uii ..u. vjii riixireraid. 3: off Fai.
coner, l; off McAndrews, 1. Hit with
pitched ball: By Rout, 1; by Fajeoncr, l'
uy mcAimrrwa, i. innings pitched: By
xiuui, , ujr rinKtmia, ; ny f aiooner. 6'
by MCAnurews, 4. lilts: riff Rout
Andrews, (. Umpire: . Bell. Scorer: Apple
t4e Champion tieta All hat Two at
Council BItirfs Rhooters turned out Bun
day afternoon for a practice shoot at the
1 own send (Sun club grounds nt the east
end of the Douglas street hrldRe H1 made
some good scores, especially Crublil, who
beat W. D. Townsend In a 26-hlrd match
for the price of the targets. Crahlll showed
his friends that he was still able to shoot
when there was anything at stake, by
V t?e"ty-ti'i. straight. oieson
champion of Nebraaka and holder of the
Thorpe trophy, made the beat record of
the day by breaking 96 out of 100.
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M. R. Smith
J. W. I-ws
II. It. Smith
Honaeholder Will Come Here.
Householder has jtaken up the trans
portation sent him at lxs Angeles and It -Is
thought he Intended to--leave Los Angeles
Monday, which should put him in Omaha
Ihursdav, in time to limber up a little for
the VVhite Sox games, the first of which
Is scheduled for Fridsy. Fa save he ex"
pecta 1 to work Noah against the White Sox
ror the opening pitcher and all will be
given a chance to try out during the three
days. Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The
rain of Monday was just what the doctor
ordered for the grass nt Pa s lot, for it has
been three weeks since there was a drop
of moisture on this , grass, except what
Brother Dave playetJ'on with the garden
hose. The fans are all pleased with the
grass diamond and , tus ".rain will boost It
Progress 'of Racers.
ELY. New. March.,30. The French car In
the New Y01 k-to-Faris race arrived at Ely
last night and left for CoMrioi.i e.-it
o'clock this morning.
The German car left Rock Springs at 8 30
a. m., according to a Union Faclflo wire
report. , ' - .
MACDIARMID GETS A WATCH
Omaha Typographical Colon
sent a Testimonial to Old
Saturday concluded, jthirty years of active
work by William MacDlarmld as foreman
of the Omaha Herald composing room and
superintendent of the mechanical depart
ment of the World-Herald. Omafia Typo
graphical union No. 190. made the anniver
sary the occasion of a presentation to Mr.
MacDlarmld, and gave him a beautiful gold
watch and an unusually handsome Masonic
emblem at Its meeting on Sunday. Colonel
T. W. McCullough made the presentation
speech on behalf of the union, and Mr.
MacDlarmld, when he had succeeded In
mastering his emotions, made a very feeling
response. During a recess of the session
he was tendered a reception by the mem
bers present and heartily congratulated by
all. Mr. MacDlarmld has been a member
of the 'inlon for forty-eight years, and is
till active in the service.
To Die on the Mraffold
Is painless compared with the weak, lame
back kidney trouble causes. Electrlo Bit
ters is the remedy. 60c. For sale by Bea
ton Drug Co. .
"PROF," RAY IS ARRESTED
Omaha Fortune Teller Canght In Baf
falo and Held for the
BCFFAIX), N. Y.. March 30.-(8neclal
Telegram.) Prof. Laqda. alias Dr. Hester,
wanted by the police of Omaha and South
Omaha, haa been arrested here.
This Is Prof. Ray, the police understand,
the fortune teller who was charged with
swindling Mrs. Offerman of South Omaha
out of 12.010 last week, ajid they will pro
ceed to liave him brought back to this
One of -the
of the happy homes of to-day is a vast
fund of information aa to the best methods
of promotifig health and happiness and
right living and knowledge of the world's
Products of tual c:;2:llenc and
reasonable claims truthfully presented
and which have attained to world-wide
acceptance through the approval of the
Well-informed of the World; not of indi
viduals only, but of the many who have
the happy faculty of selecting and obtain
ing the bast the world affords.
One of the products of that class, of
known component parts, an Ethical
remedy, approved by physicians and com
mended by the Well-informed of the
World as a valuable and wholesome family
laxative is the well-known gyrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial
effects nlwayg buy the genuine, manu
factured by the California Fig Syrup Co,
uly, and for sale by all leading druggiai
OUR JIM ON TI1E WARPATH
Colonel Dahlman Informs Commercial
Club that He it Mayor.
TM RUflpiNQ THIS CITY, NOT Y01T
With Boots and Snare aad Corn Bit
the Donghly Chief Esecatlve
Reseats Demand (or
As has often been In the past, there Is
blood on the moon.
Declaring that he Is mayor of Omaha
and not the Commercial club of the city
and that he Is solely 1 responsible for his
appointments and the work done by these
appointees, Msyor James-Charles Dahlman
of Omaha, formerly mayor of Chadron,
sends by Street Commissioner Flynn
stinging reply to the club regarding Its re
quest for regular weekly reports from
Flynn'a department, wanted in Its plan of
improving the street-cleaning system, and
tells the club members that if they want
to be mayor they can run for the office
and be elected by the whole people, "as
"I am mayor of Omaha, not the Commer
cial club, and it Is high time the ciub and
these other objectors know It. I will not
have any one running up here telling me
how to run this city, t nm mayor; there
Is an administrative force up here on the
hill, and I will take no Insults from any
body. And this request for weekly reports
from the street commissioner's department
is nothing more or less than an Insillt to
me and the present administration, "vehem
ently protests the mayor.
Can't Tell Jim Anything.
"This bunch of knockers seem to think
that .they are running the city and th
they can twist me around their little fin
ger and whistle 'Here, Fido!' and I will
come trotting to their beck and call. But
I will show them that I am mayor of
Omaha, not them, and what I say goes as
long as I am mayor. I was elected mayor
of Omaha; I was told by the votes of the
people to run the city of Omaha, and I
will run It.
'That Commercial club evidently thinks
that Omaha Is governed under the Gal
veston commission plan; that Its members
are the commissioners. God forbid! The
Galveston plan Is a good one, I think, but
this bunch of knockers will never be
elected commissioners of the cltv under
any such plan of government, neither will
they in any sense be mayor of Omaha.
If they want to be mayor let them go and
try for It and be elected If they can, but
In the meantime I am the one who Is re
sponsible and my authority Is not going to
"As regards these reports of work done
In the street commissioner's and other de
partments, they are on file In the depart
ment offices and copies in the office of the
city comptroller, and they can come here
for them, but they will never be sent to
the Commercial club or any committee of
that club while I am mayor of Omaha."
What Cm nsod the War.
A subrrmmltto" of the club called Thomas
. Flynn, street cemmlssloner, before it
Saturday, while the mayor was absent
from the city, and asked for weekly re
ports of work done, the names of all those
working on the streets and the ages of all
employes, together with the wage received,
the committee objecting to the employment
of men above a certain age.
Flynn and the mayor both say they are
capable of determining whether a man has
passed his uefulness br not and whether
he Is earning his wage and doing satis
factory work on the streets.
Mayor Dahlman ssys he would thank the
Commercial club fer hearty and honest
support and that If It would send a com
mittee to him and talk over plana which
are believed would be for the best inter
ests of all he would consider them and act
upon them if he .believed them advisable,
but he decidedly resents this Interference,
which he characterizes as underhanded.
DEMONSTRATION BY LABOR
Series of Mass Meetings to Protest
.iniMii nvrrai uecisiene
of Coarta. s. ,
NEW YORK, March' 30.-Samuel Oonv-
pers. president of the American Federation
of Labor, in an appeal which was read In
the Central Federated union today, urges
organized labor In this city to meet In
mass meeting to protest against the re
cent court decisions unfavorable to labor
and to adopt resolutions calling upon their
representatives in congress to vote for the
amendment to the Sherman law, elimi
nating th labor unions frcm the provisions
of the law.
It was stated that similar appeals have
been sent by Gompere to organized labor
throughout the country. The mass meet-
ngs will be held on April 19 or 10. Just
before the matter will be taken up by
When Doctors Dlaaarree.
FREMONT, Neb., March . (Special.)
The, Fremont and Hooper doctors are not
agreed upon a matter1 which Is making
much amusement for Fremonters. The
Hooper school was burned last winter and
strong movement is on foot In that town
to erect the new building down town, In
stead of on top of a hill, where the old
one was. All JJieHooper doctors living In
the eastern part want tha school site moved
and issued a circular signed by all of them
that In their opinion as members of tha
profession It wss injurious to the health
of the pupils, especially the girls from 14
and upwards, to climb so steep a hill. The
advocates of the hill site camo to Fremont
and called on the Fremont doctors, who
told them they did not entirely agree with
their Hooper brethren, and they were In
duced to sign a paper stating that in their
professional judgment mil climbing was
beneficial to the youth ot both sexes. Yes
terday one of the leading Hooper physicians
came to the city and acnused the Fremont
doctors ot meddling with Hooper affairs.
In order to placate him several signed an
other paper stating In substance that the
first document signed was not intended for
Mack UalldlnaT at Mlnden.
M IN DEN, Neb.. March . (Special.)
Two Swedish churches have been dedicated
this week in Kearney " county. One was
dedicated on Friday near Norman and the
other In Mlnden Saturday. Both are of the
Lutheran denomination and have a bright
future before them. Another new Lutheran
church is contemplated In Axtell, and If a
new one is not built there Is some talk
of moving the large church three miles
from Axtell Into Axtell. This church Is
without doubt the largest country church
in Nebraska, having a seating cspaclty of
1.700. Tha First Presbyterian church in
Mlnden Is soliciting funds towards a large
structure and is meeting with unusual suc
cess. The contemplated cost of tha pro
posed structure will be from 112.000 to US 000.
It will be constructed some time during the
summer. A fine new Implement store build
ing Is being constructed and will be finished
before July I by the Mlnden Implement
company. O. H. Wenner Is planning the
erection of a fine 14.000 dwelling. D. 8.
Efner, editor and proprietor of the Mlnden
News, has sold his home and part ef hla
paper and will niuve tu Omaha la a few
The "standard of
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Ak your dealer
hi the Theaters
"The Man on the Hex" at the Heyd.
Max Flgman and company In "The Man
on the Box." an American comedy In
' three acts, dramatized by Grace Living
ston Furnlss from the story ot the same
t.nme by Harold McGrath; under direc
tion of John Cort. The cast:
Lieutenant Robert AVarburton, lately '
resigned Max Flgman
Charles Henderson, his Intended
brother-ln-luw Cameron Clemens
Colonel George Annealey, a retired army
officer Douglas A. Flint
Count Karloft, an unattached diplomat
,, , John Charles Brownell
Colonel Frank Raleigh. V. S. A
Frank M. Balnger
Magistrate Watts George Centre
Clerk of the Court F.rnest P. Orr
Officer O'Brien, of the mounted police
Herbert E. Denton
orricer Cassldy, deek sergesnt
Monsieur Pierre, the Annesleys' chef. ..
.,.. Edward Johnson
"llllam, a stahle boy John Pearson
J.llzabeth Annealey Fannie Marlnoff
Nancy Warhurton Bertha Krleghoff
Mrs. Conway Mariel-lne Dallas
Cora, a maid Bernlece Buck
Mr. Max Flgman comes back to Omaha
with the same play, but he makes it o
delightful that it Is as good as a new one.
The story Harold McGrath told was a treat
In Its wsy, and Grace Livingston Furnlss
performed the miracle of preserving both
the story and its essence In preparing It
for the stage. The comedy is rich and
easy, and flows unrestrained from the
situations. It Is light and crisp, and clean
ail through, and its tinge of romance Is
but a part of Its general humor. The whole
Is most enjoyable.
As Lieutenant Robert Warburton. whose
love of a Joke gets him Into a pickle at
the outset and whose love for a woman
keeps him In a stew during the rest of
the play. Mr. Flgman is at his best. He
has shown us that he !s a comedian of the
bet'er class, getting his fun out of the
situations afforded by the play and not
out of hla ability to clown or cut up. Such
comedians are not many on the American
stage at present, and Mr. Flgman's deter
mination to stick to legitimate methods In
his fun-making is not the least reason for
his rapidly growing popularity. Those who
applauded him last night were but hon
estly attesting the pleasure they found In
his efforts. With Jefferson and Robson
gone, Sothern turned to tragedy and old
age slowly creeping up on both Crane
and Goodwin, the roster of American
comedians, who are not clowning in mu
sical comedy or bumping their ways
through farce Is not a very long one.
legman and Collier and Francis Wilson
ttry nearly completo the list, and unless
the taste of the American public changes
as regards Its preferences at the theater,'
these men are going to be kept busy dur
ing the next few seasons.
Mr. Flgman's supporting company Is verv
good. Miss Marinorf, is really charming as
the capricious llttl woman who very sorely
tried her knight by turning him Into a
groom and then ''putting him through his
paces in a most ridiculous fashion. Mr.
Clemmens makes a reasonably good imi
tation of a newspaper reporter, but doesn't
at any time explain how he came to win
the hand and heart of an helreaa, some
thing not at all In keeping with the prac
tice of the guild. Mr. Flint is good as
the retired army colonel, who very nearly
sacrificed his honor for his daughters
comfort, and Mr. Brownell Is quite con
vincing as the Russian who is too eager
to buy a soldier's honor and a woman's
happiness. The play is handsomely staged
and Is a treat In every respect.
The star and company were given an
uncommonly warm welcome last night, and
at the .close of the second act-Mr. Flgman
acknowledged for himself and associates
their gratification at the reception.
VandevlIIe at the Orphean.
Decidedly variable Is the hill nt ih..
Orpheum this week, from the lassooing feat
as the first number to tha closing act,
which Is a veritable circus performance. A
departure from the general run of attrac
tions are the Marcel pictures, reproductions
in life of the world's famoua atatuarv n,i
paintings. The pictures are really tab
leaux, six or eight figures being necessary
to portray some of them. "The Angelus,"
"Evangeline," "The Field of Marathon"
and a number of others are shown n,
colored light thrown on the figures making
It eaay to believe that works of the sculp
tor ana not living beings are on the stage,
so perfectly are the poses maintained.
Two one-act faxce comedies are given,
"Cupid at Home" and "Hints In Hohlterv
The former acts out the story of the club
woman, who completely forsakes her home,
being brought back to her own fireside and
her child by her husband playing a simple
ruse on her and making her believe there
is "another woman in the case." The other
farce comedy Is simply made the vehicle
for several, new songs.
In the opening act soma seeminiriu won
derful feats are accomplished with three
or four rods of rope, the laaxnolnv ,r
objects being a small part of the perform
ance, wnirnng the rope in circles of ever
Increasing size, the lasaoo fi
clear across the stsge. and with such
rapidity must the exnert throw u n
tr - . i'
It whirling from the floor to the renin.
that It hisses like a snake. Shields and
Rogers are the performers.
"Whirlwinds of the Deseit," supposed to
ttre l&jraj :-;:.lv.)i
ff earn , Dottled In Dond U
H yhik Everywhere the choice of
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I lH3 nivor grid unquestioned purity 1 "' ' ii' 1
" l'5aD Tl have never changed tH " SI
Sk "Since 1857" VJH
U VNLrv ronr dealer ean't supply you. vf.fi . VII
H T8 W writs us for name ofdeijer j HI
ft AlI J Cuckenheimer & Broe. . 'V I
hat value -.S t"
hat value"1 $f
to show them to ' you . r
be Pedouln Afabs, eight in .number, go
through a tumbling act which la marvelous,
many new somersaults being shown, much
to the delight of the small boy, who always
proceeds to try snd ernulTrte performances
of the kind. "Javott" and a em) pie of trtclt
dogs, which follow their Vnaater In walking
on their front feet.1 in ttlrnlng somersaults
and varied other Tricks, 'make up another
act of the altogether r!eits"trig bill. The
klnodrome furnishes somt excellent pic
tures. 1 ''
"The Old Clothes l at the Krags
In the character play, "The Old Clothea
Man," which oprped a two nights' engage
ment et the Krug theater Sunday, James
Kyrle MscCurdy t cored a Jilt with his
excellent presentation, of .the, yery human
old character, Solomon IvUthe old clothes
man, who has a taste of wealth for a few
days, but takes, e philosophical view of the
world when Dame Fortune turns her ba.-k
on him. . '','.. ' '
A fenture of jUve 'production 'lis a spirited,
three-round btuBing bout in the last act
between Danny1., I'MighertyV ex-champion
bantamweight, ao J Jvlil .Sharkey of New
Tork. A slnuliu. and dancing specialty In
troduced by ft'cfbprt Pt-rline and Estella
Adams was entl'iuilaallrally , received.
OMAHA ' HAS JTHE WANDERLUST
People of (iatp City Have Become
Inveterate ?"rVr Ir r Foond la
Mang toun tries.
"Wanderlust" J what ! the matter with
Omahans, if there, Js .'anything the matter
with them. ' ' .-
With the King . of Jngffcn'd, Omaha can
boast that the sutMirveE aU on its citisens,
though there la a short period within the
twenty-four hours when thoj sun, hanging
out over some point In the PsclflC, does not
shine upon any of the-' people or possessions
within the Jurisdiction ef. . the United
States. ' '- .-v "
Not only do travelers in 'jforelgn countries
find Omahans at almost every wayside Inn,
but those whov "see. ..Vmerica first" find
them scattered from Omaha to Idaho and
from Buzzard's Ha irtv Broken Bow.
Mr. and Mrs.'A.'L: Reed-ahdMr. and
Mrs. C. W. HuU returned Sunday from
Florida and Cuba. ..They- were among
Omahans almost from the day they started
on their southern trip. -
In Havana McRited reports seeing Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Wharton, Colonel JE. H. Crowder. Governor
Magoon, James H. Halptn and daughters.
Then, In Ormond, Fla.Mr. Heed found
Mr.' and Mrs. W.llilam Dorgan, R. R. Kim
ball and family, 'T. R. Kimball and family.
Miss Arabella Kimball and Mrs. T. L. Kim
ball. ;..;. . . . ,
E. E. Bruce John A.- Schenk and Mrs.
A. L. Klnsler warn .(,. MJaml.. Fla., while
at Palm Beach, Mr. and Mrs. John! A.
McShane, ' W. D: McJugh , and John A.
Daugherty were representatives of Omaha,
When Mr. and Mrs. Reed visited St.
Augustine' they saw Mr. and Mrs. O. W.
Megeath, Dr. J. E. Summers, si4.. Miss Car
rie Summers and Mrs. John R. Brooke.
Strung along the Gulf of Mexico and the
southern coaM of the Atlantic ocean,
Omaha colonies are about as numerous as
coral reefs and Florida keys, according to
Mr. Reed, who says he' saw people from
Omaha almost every ' time he looked out
of. the car windows. ' '
This called to the mind of ' Mr. Reerl
the Omaha colonyf.lh California, the "John
Smiths" he had met from Omaha in New
York City and hunting deer in the north
ern woods. Tli ' wTien trends of Mr.1,
Reed's were vixltlng In. Geneva, Switzer
land, a year or- two' otfni- they; were en
abled to have Thanksgiving dinner with a
party of fifteen, -wb ,aU tV Omahans
living or stepping In the beautiful city
were fnvlted. .. '
J. B. ROBERTSON PASSES AWAY
Chief Engineer of'Sheridan Cpal Com.
pany, Varer Man of lramla
Ise, Is Dead.'-'
James B. Robertson, grandson of the late
James O. Megreath and a nephew of O. W.
Megreath, djed a't'Wlso Memorial hospital
Monday morning after a 'short IHne.es with
Mr. Robertson' whs 27 years ojd. He was
chief engineer of thfl Sheridaa Coal com
pany at Diets, Wyrj.: He came to Omaha
on business and was taken. ill while here.
His father. Colonel' B. B.-Robertson, sta
tioned at Fort Houston, Tex., until his re
tirement recently, was In tbe;ctty at the
time of his son's death. His mother Is on
her way to the c(ty from Prescott, Ariz.
Funeral arrangements will 'be made when'
She arrives."" .
TIDD'S SENTENCE SUSPENDED
Former Omaha Man Given Chance by
Redneed Bond to Get Oat
This Smith Envelope' company was a
sister enterprise to' the "Excelalor Pay En
velope company in Omaha, which never got
beyond the namei stuge. Tldd. when In
Omaha last, declared th4 whold trouble In
Cincinantl and Covington grew out 0 "the
fact that a brother-in-law put sWe money
Into the scheme and later took a notion he
wanted It out and When , told. .he couldn't
get It Just then brought action. '
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