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NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Martin Enter
tain Unique French Party.
AFFAIRS BJUgHTEN AT CLUBS
Mld-Week Lihihui, Dlaaers aad
Hoe Bring People Oat la Ifaa
bere tmr Plrat Time la
Several Da ye.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
are oot' Print It.
asndolph T. Swoboda, accountant-auditor.
Tot Congrs ss Tbo w. Blackburn. Adv.
Bowman, 117 N. 14., Douglas shoe, $3 60.
Pa Boarke for Quality clears, 816 8. 15th.
SUaehart, photographer, 18th & Farnam.
2r. Beukvp, dentist, moved to Paxton blk.
Pants to Order, 5 up; coata and pants,
120 up. MacCarthy-Wllson, 104 8. 16th.
Beady Xoaey $100 to $5,000. Nebraska
Bav. and Loan Aran, Board of Trade Bldg.
Soultable 14fe, Paul Morton, president.
Policies eight drafta at maturity. It. D.
Neely, Manager, Omaha. I
Visiting Bnreee The visiting nuraea
Will hold a meeting at the Paxton hotel
at 10:30 a, m., Wedneeday.
Prof. poster's phrenological lecture at
the Lyric theater Thursday evening. May
SI, J 906, at t o'clock. . Admission free. Don't
Por the safe keeping of money and
valuablea, the American safe deposit vaults
In the Bee building afford absolute security.
Boxes rent for $4 per year, or tl for three
Sentenced to Premont "I've got Jut
$2 down stairs and If you will let me off
I will leave on the first train for Fre
mont," said Arthur Malloy, who was
rharged with' being drunk and disorderly
"Go to Fremont," said the Judge.
. Work on Hsw Sewer Work haa begun
on ma cvnnruciion oi ins bix-iooi lewer
on Thirty-fourth street, beginning at Pink
ney street and extending five blocks south
and west. The Kats-Cralg company has
the contract and it will cost $16,000.
Auto Say la Police Court Prlday The
numerous cases against automobile own
ers for fast driving have all been act for
Friday morning at 10 o'clock In the police
court when each will be given a chance
to explain why they were exceeding the
speed limit or to show that they were
Wot Hot What Be Did Sam Kltsel ad
mitted that he had taken two pieces of
flooring near Sheeley and had carried
them about one-half mile when caught bj
the officer of the law, but he said he was
drunk at the time and did not know what
he was doing. Five dollars and costs
was the result, , .' i .. .
Just Over Juvenile Are James 8. Mann,
Clyde Zlnk and Louie Zlmmer, three
youths Just over Juvenile court age, are
on trial in criminal court on a charge of
breaking Into a Union Pacific boarding car
and stealing a, watch, an overcoat and a re
volver, the property of Peter Trahanls and
Peter Papas, laborers.
Blver Boosters Meet at Sloax City
Vice presidents from the varloua states of
the Missouri River Navigation congress
are to meet in Sioux City June 10, when
the dates will be chosen for the next meet
ing which is to be held In Yankton, 8. D.
F. D. Weed of Omaha . Is the vice presi
dent for Nebraska and , will attend th
Xxoesslve Crrowth of Tree Seeds The
present season is distinguished for the ex
cessive abundance of tree seeds, inaple,
box elder and ash, which according to tree
growers and horticulturists indicate a big
fruit season.. In some sections of the city
the great mass of falling maple seeds has
approached the stage of almost a nuisance,
j Lawns are disfigured by them, making the
mowing of lawns by hand power mowers
SDERCLIFF IS UNDER ARREST
Will Now Hava to Face Charges in
States that Want Him.
CAUGHT AT LANSING. MICHIGAN
Colorado Wants lilai for Marder at
Leadvllle, California for Grand
Larceny at Oakland and
Oklahoma for Robbery.
LANSING. Mich.. May 20-Chlfrf of Police
Donahue, Omaha: Wo have tinder arrest a
man under the following aliases: ueorgo. v.
Smith, Sherman W. Morris, Frank Sher
cllff. Kid McCoy and others. Noted des
perado. Answer immediately.
Henry Behrendt, Chief of Police.
Upon receipt of this telegram Wednesday
morning Chief Donahue wired the reccrJ
of Bhercllff to Lansing and told where he
was wanted. The Omhaa records show
that he Is wanted in Leadville tor the mur
der of a man named Murphy In 1S91; at
Black. well, Okl., for highway robbery and
at Oakland, Cel., for grand larceny.
Bhercllff will be remembered as the fam
ous Pollack diamond robber, the man who
served a term In the Iowa penitentiary at
Fort Madison for slugging Pollack, the
New York diamond drummer, on a North
western train between Omaha and Missouri
Valley and robbing him of $18,000 worth of
diamonds. After he beat. Pollack into la
sensibility and took the diamonds from an
Inside pocket, the robber leaped from the
train and supposedly burled the treasure
near Missouri Valley.
Thontas Comes to flee Him.
He remained in the Fort Madison pent'
tentlary until Elmer E. Thomas, as at
torney for Omaha Civic Federation, sought
him as a witness against Tom Dennlson In
his notable trial at Red Oak, when he,
Dennlson, was acquitted on a charge pre
ferred against him In connection with this
robbery. Thomas visited Bhercllff at the
penitentiary knd also visited Governor
Cummins at Des Moines. Bhercllff was
turned loose on the agreement he would
give the required testimony. He gave the
testimony at the Dennlson trial. He was
given the protection of the Iowa governor
while at large and notwithstanding the
fact that other states wanted htm, no re
quisition papers for his transportation out
of the state of Iowa were granted.
Now that he Is beyond the bonds of his
Iowa and Nebraska friends and outside of
the Jurisdiction of the state of Iowa, it is
believed he will be taken to one of the
states demanding him and made to stand
trial for some of the alleged crimes.
Before leaving Omaha Bhercllff robbed
the house of Tom Dennlson, but Chief
Donahue says he does not believe this case
will be pushed against him, because of
desire not to Interfere with the other more
Announcements, wedding stationery and
calling cards, blank book and magaslne
binding. 'Phone Doug. 1004. A. I. Rootjna.
NEW ROOM NEEDsHTuSINESS
Merrhaats National Completes Ha
tadellaa: and President frake
Iavltes Mora T raffle.
The Merchants National bank has com
pleted the remodeling of Its banking room
and opened the annex on the north which
fives the Institution . a" well-lighted room
BxlJO feet, one of the largest In the city.
In buying the lots north of the bank on
which the four story annex was erected.
President Luther Drake secured an extra
tight feet on the east, which will insure the
eat of natural light In the banking room.
The "Cash" . vault of the Merchants
National bank is now in the center of the
banking room, with apace all around it,
making It Impossible for anyone to even
Wan against Its concrete and steel walls
Without being seen. The book vault was
lorn out to make the passage into the
annex and this has been replaced by a fire
vsult in the north end of the room.
"What we need now Is more business to
till up the room," said Mr. Drake, "and
; with the. wool market coming to Omaha,
here is scarcely any doubt that all the
Vanks win have an Increased business.
The Merchants National bank gained
some $300,000 In deposits during the last sixty
fays according to the statement to the
comptroller of the currency.
WOMAN FALLS OVER DEAD
Sitting In Front Yard la Evening
Mother of Ten Children
As Mrs. Susan Richley, residing at Fifty
sixth and Dodge streets, was sitting In
her front yard Tuesday about 8:30 she sud
denly toppled over end when her husband
approached he found she was dead. Her
husbsnd Is James Richley, a laborer, and
they had a family of ten small children
and were said to be in poor circumstances
Although the coronor was notified, he d
elded . It was not a case for him to act
upon, as the woman had been sick for same
time, having been treated for over a year
by Dr. A. W. Edmlston, who says that he
will give a certificate of death from nat
The Glad Hand
removes liver traction and bowel stoppage
with Dr. King's New Life Pljls. the pain
less regulators. 25c. For" sale by Beaton.
MISS FOX PUTS UP NEW BAR
geeks to Enjola Sale of Doane Prop
erty aad Transfer of Any
A new petition has been filed In the suit
of Jessie Fox, a modiste, against Mrs
Lola Q. Doane, in which she asks that
the property at Thirty-ninth and Dodgti
streets In which Mrs. Doane has a third
interest, be declared to be held by Charles
A. Grtmmel In trust and that he be en
Joined from transferlng to Mrs. Doane any
of the money he may receive for the sale
of the property. The petition says Mrs.
Doane transferred the property to Qrlm
mel in order to facilitate a sale and tha
he has been negotiating with buyers.
Miss Fox Is suing Mrs. Doane for
tl.lJI 60 on a dressmaker's bill and haa
attached the real estate.
Must Not be Treated Harshly
Celts and cathartics will wake tha liver
to action. But note what else they do.
They ruin the stomach, so that ucajly
all dyspepsia is due to them.
They harden the liver, as shown by tha
(act that a larger dose becomes
The and is dyspepsia and constipation.
you have caused what you sought
Delicate organs cannot be helped by
abuse.' - " ' . '
Drastic physio Is' never used by thoea
-who know. This is tha day of tha
gentle in medicine.
Caacarett bring all tha good results
wita Bona of tha ill affects.
They are vegetable. Their action is
exactly tha same as tha action of
They aid digestion .while cathartics ruin
it. They restore tha natural func
tions which cathartics wreck.
Wa now sell a million boxes a month to
those who hava quit harsh physics.
Casrarets re csady tablets. Ther ars sold
br all Urugsiits, but never la balk. Be safe to
get lite grouts, with CCC on every tab.
The box la narked Use this I
One of the unique affairs of the spring
was entertained Wednesday evening by
Mr, and Mrs. Chsrlea Martin at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. George Barker, assisted
by Madam Borgtum. It was a French
party and about thirty guests were pres
ent. The invitations 'were extended quite
Informally over the "phone, but In French,
so could be accepted only by those who
speak or understand the language. Mr.
Martin showed , stereoptlcon views of
places of Interest In and about Paris snd
the pictures were discussed by Madam
Bora urn. All conversation during me
evening was In French and English was
spoken only In a whisper.
At the Coaatry Clab.
Mrs. Charles M. Wllhelm was hostess of
the largest luncheon party of Wednesday,
entertaining her guests at the Country
club. The company was seated at one large
table In the form of a hollow square
decorated with pink carnatlona and white
gypsophollan. Covers were laid for Mrs.
OJenn Wharton, Mrs. Joseph M. Cudahy,
Mlsa Canby of Chicago. Miss Mary Lee
McBhane, Miss Mcrrlam, Miss Margaret
Wood, Miss Eugenie Whltmore. Miss Elisa
beth Congdon. Mrs. Sherman Canfield,
Mrs. 11, T. Lemls, Mrs. C. K. Coutant,
Mrs. M. T. Bsrlow, Mrs. Samuel Burns,
sr.; Mrs. Ella Squires. Mrs. Reba Morgan,
Mrs. W. J. Connell. Mrs. Charles Keller,
Mrs. T, J. Mahoney, Mrs. Emma Byers, Mrs.
E. C. McShane, Mrs. Frank Colpetier,
Mrs. J. 8. Brady, Mrs. Thomas Kllpatrtrk,
Mrs. P. T. McQrath, Mrs. A. J, Love,
Mrs. Davtd Baum, Mrs. Nathan Merrlam,
Mrs. Freeman, Mrs. H. P. Whitmore, Mrs.
Ben Gallagher, Mrs. McCaskell of Salt
Lake City, Mrs. John A. McShane, Mrs.
Frederick H, Davis and Mrs. Wllhelm.
Mrs. M. T. Barlow will entertain inform.
ally at luncheon at the Country club Thursday.
At the Field Clnb.
Mr. Harry Steel entertained at dinner
at the Field club Wednesday for Colonel
and Mrs. Patterson of Chattanooga. Tenn
Covers were laid for Colonel and Mrs,
Patterson, Dr. and Mrs. I. W. Porter, Miss
May Nlchol snd Mr. Steel.
Miss Maaie Yates entertained at din
ner for her guests, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Fraser of Dallas, Texas. 8prlng flowers
decorated the table, and covers were
laid for Mr. and Mrs. Fraser, Mr. and Mrs.
Campbell of Detroit. Mich., Dr. and Mrs
A. D. Cloyd, Mits Yates and Mr. John T
Miss Mary Hayden was hostess at lunch
eon Wednesday at the Field club compll
mentary to Miss Alice Creighton McShane,
who will be one of the May brides,
centerpiece of sweet peaa brightened the
table and covers were laid for ten guesta
Others who entertained at dinner Wednee
day evening at the Field club were
Mr. and Mrs. George Mills, . who hsd
covers laid for seven guests; Mr. F. W,
Judson, four; and Judge Ben Baker, three,
The marriage of Miss Grace May Pray
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Pray
of Portland, . Ore., but recently of Omaha,
to Mr. .Wflber R. Emerson of Omaha,
took place Wednesday evening, June 10,
at 8 o'clock at the home of Captain and
Mrs. C. H. Towosend, 1667 St. Mary's ave
nue. Mrs. Charles A. Bothwell will serve
as matron of honor, and the only attend
ant of the bride, and Mr. Arthur Welch will
act as groomsman. Rev. T. J. Mackay of
AU Saints church, will officiate. The
guest list for the wedding will not be large
being Kmlted to the relatives and the closer
friends. Upon their return from their wed
ding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson will be
at home at the Hamilton apartments.
A number of affairs have been planned
In Miss Pray's honor, first of which
be a kitchen ehower given next Friday
afternoon by Mrs. C. II. Townsend and
Mrs. Charles Bothwell at their home on
St. Mary's avenue.
For Mr. aad Mrs. Caafteld.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kcuntse enter
talned at dinner Tuesday evening for Mr.
and Mrs. Sherman Canfield, who have re
cently returned from their wedding trip,
The table had a decoration of garden
flowers. Covers were laid for Mr. and
Mrs. Canfield, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Rog'
ers, Mr. and Mrs. William Bears Popple-
ton, Miss Mae Hamilton, Mr. O. C. Redlck
and Mr. and Mrs. Kountse.
Mrs. Wslter T. Page entertained at
small luncheon Wednesday at the Country
club. Covers were laid for Mrs. Bertha
Offutt, Mts. Luclen Stevens, Mrs. Bertha
Dickey and Mrs. Page. .
. Miss Dora Helmrod entertained In
formally at her home Wednesday evening,
About fourteen guests were present snd
the evening wss spent with games,
Miss Helmrod also displayed some Inter
estlng curios which she collected In Apia,
' Miss Alice Auld will entertain Informally
at five tables of bridge Thursday after
noon at her home.
Come aad Co Gosala.
Miss Daisy Hlggens left Monday for
Texas, where she will fulfill a series of
Chautauqua musical engagements during
the next two months.
Mrs. Robert Larimer of Chicago, for
mcrly of Omaha, has spent the week the
guest of her brother, Mr. George B. Welty,
and Mrs. Welty, and will return to hor
Mrs. Louis Ballenger expects to leave
soonfor Kansas City, where she will be
the guest of her brother, Mr. Frank Riley
and Mrs. Riley.
Miss Beatrice Coad, Miss Irene Coad
Miss Ophelia Hayden and Miss Esther
Byrne, who are attending Trinity college
at Washington, D. C. will return home
for their summer vacation about June 10.
Captain and Mrs. David Stone and small
daughter, lanthe Stone, who are spending
a fortnight with Mrs. Bone's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. George Hoagland, will leave next
weak for 8t- Joseph. After spending a few
days there, they will go to their new sta
tion at Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Ctnfleld moved
Tuesday to their new home at Forty-first
and Dodge streets.
Mr. B. B. Brsnch and family are occupy
ing their new home at 1032 North Thirty
third street. In Bemls park.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Brandela expect to
sail for Europe the first week in June.
Mr. and Mrs. Hermsn Cohn will go
abroad this summer, sailing about the mid
dle of June.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Fraser of Dallas.
Texss, are the guests of Miss Masle Ystes
and Mr. John T. Yates at their home, 100
Miss Gladys Impy and Miss Pauline
Mills will give a dancing party at the Field
club May t for the senior class of
Brownell hall, of which both are members.
!na. tl.ono; Lewie J. Ketfleon. 1" Plnkney
street, frame dwelling. M.2"10, Or re Cnlma,
104 Plnkney street, frame dwelling, $4,?"U.
DREAM DENS ARE"" RAIDED
Oalaas Jolata Visited ay Police, Who
Arrest Several Mil aad
As warmer days, gin rlckles and mint
Juleps replace the winter winds and Pcotch
highballs, likewise the sacred flower of
Chinatown takes Its place among the sins
of the self-indulgent, and places soma
would-be happy ones clear over In the
land beyond, where breesea are cool and
all faces stand ajar In everlasting singing.
This change of diet among the dreamers
caused Sergeant Cook et al. on the police
force to put In a busy night after the
shades fell Tuesday, snd they labored dili
gently bringing In those who were off
where the popples bloom forever and flnnr r
nails grow long and twisted.
The first raid was to the room of "Bill"
Bailey and A. Kennedy at 1219 Cnss street,
where two outfits and four dreamers, be
sides the proprietors, were taken to the
station. Those who had smelled the futnes
and forgotten distances were Laura Gard
ner, Silky Smith, May Harris and Floyd
Van Winkle was off In a dose which
rromlsed to hold him for twenty years.
He thought the police officers were p-uldes
calling to ahow him tho broad avenues of
paradise and tho nleger head flint pave
ments seemed like golden cobble stones to
him as the chariot bumped over them on
the way to the station.
Bam Lung had a larger party enjoying
the dope at 1324 Capitol avenue. Three
complete opium outfits were secured and
four fslr smokers had left the hard reali
ttea of earth and were banqueting some
where between the two shores on sn ex
cursion steamer which was following
Charon's old boat.
When Helen Martin, Anna Moore, Haiet
Malby and Alice Brown appeared In police
court Wednesday they were aurprlsed to
find such stern faces about them. Even
chewing gum would not transport them
back to the pleasure boat. They had been
thrown Into Jail and Jail is one of tha
worst classes of hotels. The foort Is not
always satisfactory. The butter Is stromr
and the coffee is sometimes of chicory.
Opium smokers who are put in Jail are
soon divorced from the social refinements
of their Imagination, and thla was the con
dltlon of the lovers of the sacred flower
when they lesned against the hard benches
Instead of silken couches on which they
reclined In their haunted minds.
Sam Lung, together with "Bil1." Bailey
snd A. Kennedy, are charged with liceplng
opium Joints, while the smokers who bit
the poppy dust will take Judge Crawford's
Ellxcr of Tar and Wild Gooseberries for
the dope habit.
OMAHA BANKS STILL CAIN
Show Milion and Half Increase in De
posits Since Last Report.
MONEY GOES EAST AND WEST, TOO
Mae Loral Institutions Make show
las that ts Sarprlslngly Favor
able at the Preseat
Regardless of the tact that Omaha money
haa been going both east and west In
unusually large amounts during the lest
sixty days and It was generally supposed
that bank statement at this time would
show a decrease In deposits and possibly
a falling off In loans, exactly the reverse
was shown when the banks of the Omaha
clearing house Issued statements Wednes
day, based on the close of business, Thurs
day, May 14.
Deposits In the nine national banks of
Omaha and South Omaha are $1,661,961
greater than shown In the last statement.
February 14. 1MR, and loans are $1,422,793
more than sixty days ago.
But deposits are less and loans show a
decrease as compared to the statement Is
tiled May 20, 1807.
Omaha money has been going to the
banks of New York and the east as
western wholesalers, manufacturers, and
business men met the outstanding paper,
and Immense sums have been piled up In
the east. This took such a large amount
from the Omaha banks that a decrease
In deposits was anticipated.
Westward, Omaha money has gone to
carry the sheep men of Wyoming and Colo
rado. According to the statement of Gover
nor Brooks of Wyoming, given to The Bee a
few days ago, the pockets of the wool
growers are empty at present and as a re
suit the banks In the west have loaned
up to their limit. As far as necessary the
Omaha banks have supplied the deficiency,
snd this has Increased the leans to some
extent, but on the other hand, the accounts
of small banks carried In some of tha
Omaha Institutions, are lower than they
have been for many months.
Deposits of Nine Banks,
The deposits of the nine national banks
at the close of business May 14 and Febru
ary-it, 1908, compare as follows:
Omaha National $loS4,or2
First National H.174.6;i9
Merchants National 6,748,041
United States National. ,191,oS8
Nebraska National 1,(H3,6J
South Omaiia National. 1.1N),816
Union Stock Y'dsNat'l.. 1.2H9.Z76
Packers National 2,017,967
Live Stock National 417.W2
IRISH QUAKER SEES OMAHA
Alfred Newsom of Edenderry
Astounded at Amount of Land
Alfred Newsom, master of Mount Wilson
estate, near Edenderry, King's county, Ire
land, spent Tuesday In Omaha. He came
In from Elgin, Neb., accompanied by his
wife and by their host and hostess, Mr. and
Mrs. George Coupland of Elgin. Miss Mary
Russell of County Westmeath. Ireland, was
also a member of the party.
A ruddy complexion and a clear blue eye
bespeak Mr. Newsomts nationality even be
fore he speaks. And It's a fine breath of the
ould sod be brings . with him. He Is 73
years old, though to look at his straight
figure and to see his firm walk one could
not take him to be. a day over 60. It 'is
his first visit to the mtted States.
"And I'm surprises) arl the great country
you have here." he said. "We hear of the
wonders of America over In Ireland, but I
never rlctured it half as fine as it Is. Tha
land you've got here, any amount of it. Is
astonishing. , t
"Now, I have 418 acres in my estate and
we think that's a very big bit for one man
to have. Of course, we do finer and more
intensive farming thatl you. I employ nine
men on my place. I pay my head plowman
shillings, $2.26 a week. You pay much
higher wages here.
"Fifty acres of my estate Is a peat bog
and we use that for fuel entirely. The pent
runs to a depth of fifteen feet and, of
course, there Is a nearly inexhaustible sup
Mr. Newsom Is an Irish Quaker. He spent
considerable time visiting with the people
of this peaceful faith In Pennsylvania, the
vicinity of Philadelphia and other parts of
the east. He was astonished to find how
many friends he met. He declares he met
some men he hadn't seen for forty years
who d'dn't look a day older than when
he last saw them, a fact which he attrib
utes to the salubrious climate of America.
Mr. and Mrs. Newsom are visiting Mr.
snd Mrs. Coupland because they knew Mrs.
Coupland's parents and grandparents in
Ireland. The party will go to Nebraska
City to visit at Arbor Lodge, J. Sterling
Morton's place. Mr. and Mrs. Newsom will
sail for Ireland again on the Campania
Totals S47.627.2tia I4,0(&,411
Loans Creeping l'p Again.
Loans are creeping back to the point
where they were last October at the rate
vi aouui .i','Atj every miny days, as
shown by the bank statements. The com
parlson of the loans February 14 and May
May 14. Feb. 14,
.W,4i 7,392 $i. 106.416
. 6.719.7f8 ,17,064
L lilted States National..., 6,324,795 6 843 203
Merchants National 8,K.'Ut0 3,739.1-18
Nebraska National 92,OS5 849,607
Boutn Omaha National.... 1,908, 758 1,807,635
fnlon Stock Y'ds Natl... 1,895,047 1,963,583
Packers National 1,588.240 1,618,298
Ltive biock xsationai 275,759 130,3:
Totals $29,868,198 $,245,401
i.oana and Deposits Last Year.
The Live Stock National Bank of South
Omaha Is the new Institution. It haa more
than doubled Its deposits in sixty days and
likewise its loans. Last year May 20, only
eight national banks were doing business
in Omaha and Bouth Omaha and their
loans and deposits were as follows. May 20
Omaha National $10,672,644 $ 8.6u6,&j3
First National 11.768.525 7.3iW,95
United States National.. 9.436.156 6.485,956
mcrtiiaiui iauunai 6,4d,o01 . 1 97S 86
Nebraska National 2.059,107 ' 1,102 061
eoutn Omaha .National.. S.395,431 1,879 228
Lnion Stock yds Nat'l.. 4,098,314 2,404,789
Packers National 2,189,820 1,742,708
Tbe vest-pocket box la 10 cents.
The saoaib-rtment bos JO cents.
12.lksi.9uv eessa sold aaauellr. .
IIIDINGS FROM THE ROGUERY
Society Is Active These Summer
Nights la the Local Darf
F. Gatewood ' of 1219 South Sixteenth
street, reported to the police that someone
broke Into his room Tuesdsy night and
took from his trunk $40 in money and his
Earl Ash, 1136 North Sixteenth street,
wss standing In an auction store at Six
teenth and Douglas streets Tuesday night,
watching the auctioneer Suction off some
watches, when some one touched him for
his gold watch.
Some villain who had lost track of the
seasons and did not know that (he mercury
soared to 86 Tuesday, stole the winter
overcoat belonging to Otto Anlmanhauser.
A .burglar crawled through the pantry
of the home Of Henry Croft. 1215 North
Twenty-fourth atreet, and Btole a ladles'
watch, some antique breastpins end old
fashioned studs and $1.63.
Dan W. Tlllotson, one pf- -Uncle Sam's
mall carriers, residing at 2301 Fowler ave
nue, had to rely on tha clock In the federal
tower to keep to his route Wednesday, as
Some bold burglsr crawled In the window
and took his wstch and $1.16.
Burglars who entered the room of George
Hyde, 1818 Chicago street, Wednesday
right, left his trousers, but not until they
had taken them out on the lawn and re
moved $88 In money and a railroad ticket.
W. I- Hamilton. 4648 Nth Thirty-ninth
street, frame dwelling, tl.&w: Paul KlInMn,
17ul Spauliling s trust, frame dwelling. $3.ba;
L. D. ly. Twenty-ninth and Rustles
streets, frame dwelling ;2.fci0; Hastings A
Hayden. Jki? California et(t, frame dwell.
Ing. $1.50; Edward L. Hnyder, Thirty-sixth
atreet and trlintre avanue. frame twJL
Moaey for Barns-Johnson Fight.
OAKLAND, Cel.. May 20. "Billy" Neall
left Oakland for Denver to collect $36.iioO
depoatf "m a Denver syndicate, headed
by Otto Floto, a well known spoiling man
of that city, for the fight between Jack
Johnson and Tommy Burns for the heavy
weight championship of the world In Gold
field, next fall, articles for which were
signed In London yesterday. Neall was
requested by Tommy Burns to act as
stake holder and collect the guarantee
money of the fight promoters.
Totals ; $19,005,406 $30,623,682
SHIPPERS NOT INFORMANTS
Inspectors Are Sources of In forma
tlon la Twenty-Elght-IIour
The trial of the twenty-eight hour law
violation case against the Union Pacific
Railroad company is still occupying th
boards of the United States district court,
A great host of witnesses has been sum
moned in this and other like cases against
the Burlington and Northwestern roads.
All of these cases Instigated through
the law department of the Department of
Agriculture pertain to the bureau of
animal industry. Special Solicitor 8. W,
Williams of the Department of Agriculture
ts assisting In tke trial of the cases. He
wa3 asked how did the department become
Informed of these violations of the twenty
eight hour law?
"The Information Is obtained through
the Inspectors of the bureau of anl
mal Industry," said Mr. Williams, "and
not irom any Information volunteered
from the shippers, though the shippers
must of course, be utilized as witnesses.
In many instances the discovery of the
violations of the law are accidental. The
chief function of the inspectors who look
after live stock in transit is to see that
such live stock is not shipped from see
Hons under quarantine Inhibition. Inclden
tally they discover that the live stock
shows evidences of suffering, and th
cause Is investigated. We had a case not
long ago where there was a shipment of
horses from Canada to some point in New
England, the animals being kept on th
cara wiinoui rood, rest or water, for
sever-ty-two hours. Many of the animals
had eaten the manes and all the hair from
the tails of their companions from hunge
Borne of the horses were dead from star
vation and weakness. The railroad com
pany was heavily fined for Its neglect.
Some of the heavy fines have been Imposed
against the railroads for their neglect In
this matter, and It Is the Intention of the
government to see that the law Is rigidlly
enforced. The penalty Is a minimum fine
of $100 or a maximum fine of $500 for each
New Oxfords for
D1GGGST VALUES IN
YOU would consider these
Oxfords a gTeat bargain at
$3.00. You'll often pay $3.50
for shoes that are no better.
Newest lasts In tan calf and
patent colt lace, button and
Swell new mod
els In tan, calf.
patent colt and
vicl kid; hut
ton or lace
m tax ar - m-"
V .V ALL
" W i,'4
Chicaeo. for Republican Convention, tickets on sale June 12-16. . . . : . .$13.00
San Francisco, Los Angeles, l'ortlantl, Xacoma, Seattle, . commencing
June 1st .. -
To Include California and Puget Sound $5.0 y
To Vellowsone Park, rail, stage and hotel for five and one-half days'
tour via Gardiner, commencing June 7th tyii.oo
To Gardiner (entrance) and return, commencing June 7th. . .. $32.00
To Yellowstone (entrance) and return, commencing June 7th.. $;W.OO
Rail, stage and hotel for four and one-fourth days tour, via scenic Colo
rado and Yellowstone, commencing June 7in o.- ,
Through Park, one way via Gardiner, other way via Yellowstone, com
mencing June 7th. rates Quoted on application. ;
Denver, Colorado Springs and I'uIm-Io, commencing June 1st; ... $17.50
Palt Lake City and Ogden, commencing June 1st $30.50
(ilenwood Springs, Colo., commencing June 1st ..$27.50.
Cody, Wyo., diverging and outfitting point lor tourists ana campers
entering Yellowstone Park via the Cody-Sylvan Pass scenic way,
commencing June 1st .$30.75
Sheridan, Wyo., commencing June 1st .$25.75
Deadwood and Lead, S. l., commencing June 1st $18.75
Hot Springs, S. I)., commencing June lBt $15.75
Thermopolis (Hot Springs), Wyo., commencing Juno 1st $;t4.2.
Daily Tourist Kates, commencing Juno 1st to Michigan, Wisconsin, Minne
sota, Massachusetts, Maine, New Hamphlre, Northern New York, Vermont, Etc. ,
Final limit October 31st.
s Circuit tour rates via rail and lake routes to Eastern resorts.
TO EASTERN RESORTS: Daily low excursion rates, commencing June 10th
to Canada, Michigan and New York tourist resorts. Fipal Umlt thirty dayB
irom date of sale. Low excursion rates to tourist resorts in Maine, New
Hampshire, Vermont, and Massachusetts via Montreal daily, commencing
- ... . . .... in ,,, K. .!. mr.-.,l T.,no 11lh TTIn n I
M I1 HO JUIU, Via Aiuail, Jliunwil ui nwi., tuiuuicuviub wuuu 4&i.u. ...
limit thirty days from date of sale.
HOMESEEKEKS RATES: To the Big Horn Basin, Billings, Mont.. (Yellow-;
stone Valley), to North Platte Valley, Eastern Colorado, first and third
TiiMitav. lrw ATriirnlnn rata trk ttSRisf InndHfwkerfl
The Burlington main lines to, tjoiorauo ana oioniana are aeBirsDie laciors
In any tour of the west. Through trains to Denver, Seattle and Portland;)
through standard and tourist sleepers to California via Scenic Colorada and,
Salt Lake City. v
TO THE EAST: Highest grade passenger trains to Chicago, Peoria and 6t. ;
Let me help you plan your trip the most attractive way at the least cost.
i. u. ituiuLiLis, tjiiy t'assenger Agent,
1502 Farnam Street. Omaha, Neb.
i si sum, ii mi i
I FOR EVERYBODY I
IT IS NOT ONLY THE WEALTHY
who need the protection afforded by a box in our Safe
Deposit Vaults, but everybody, rich and poor, need an
absolutely safe place for the safe-keeping of money and
valuables under their own lock and key. ,
People of moderate means are less able to afford the
loss of valuables than those of larger fortune. Call and
see the vaults even if you do not rent.
Boxes rent for only $4 a year or $1 for three months.
AMERICAN SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST CO.
F. 0. HAMER. President
Bl lOTTTI 17TX STBBET. BIB BVIX.IXVCt.
CITY COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
Little Baslaese Traasaeted aad Bod
Adjoarns Early to Attend
Due to the wish of every member of th
council to attend tha Elks' stag social in
the Auditorium the regular ses!orl of that
official body last evening was short in the
extreme. The weekly payroll ordinances
were rushed through, an invitation to ac
company the Commercial club on Its tour
of Inspection and sightseeing through the
Ctlon Paclflo shops wss secepted and an
Invitation from F. O. Hlllman asking the
council to visit the opening performance
tonight in his Air Pome theater was re
ceived and tickets enclosed accepted with
thanks. The council took a recess until
$ o'clock tonight.
Cold after cold, cough after couth.
One cold no aooner cured than
O another ono comes. It'aabadhiblt,
this ttkini-cold habit. That you
. . t. . j r, , nu,.! wsntls a medicine that will break up
JiSL 'ffSL tU .bl.h.b.,,he.Unn.md membr.nes,
kmTall -kou . TTU foll ki, mJokt. rengthen weak tissucs.f 0.f ,
Would yoi li
to rent this office?
y 338 : v
One of the desirable large rooms
on the east front of th Bee Building,
site 17x324, subdivided with re
ception room and two private offices
and having a large fireproof vault. A
smaller office 9x19 adjoins on the
north which may be rented In connec
tion with the large room making an
elegant suit of 4 rooms.
THE BEE BUILDING
Apply to R. W. BAKER, Supt., Room 105.
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