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DIUEF CTTY NEWS
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IVtamend. Sdhobn. Jeweler.
Thomas W. Blackburn. Lawyer.
, etudolpa T. Swoboda, mbll-Aor.ont.
owmam, UT tt.'t. ixrasia M
aa Boark for Quality cigars 11 ltth-
Btnebart, protographer. ltth A Farnam.
Bliitl X.lfe Policies, eight drafts at
maturity. H. D. Neely. transfer. Omaha,
Bleetrioal Wiring and Bepair Burgese
Grandrn company, 1511 Howard (treat.
Thorn V, Kali tlaa moved bis office
and that of the Hall Distribution oninpanf
from the First National bank building to
rooms 431-4.13 Ramge bulldirlg.
Money, lnsnranoa paper and Abstracts
hould be kept In steel-lined burglar
and fireproof. aaulti'Box. In the Amerl-j
can Bate Deppslt vault In The Bee build
ing rent for only f 1 a Quarter.
Melchlor Supply Compaay The Hugo
Melcholr Supply! Company, dealers In bar-j
tx-r supplies, has Incorporated with a capi
tal stock of 125,000. The Incorporators are
Huso, Caroline and Frederick Melcholr. j
BafJway Mall Clerk Banquet The rail
way mall Clerks belonging; to the Omaha
branch, Sixth division, will give tluir first I
annual imnquriti at the Roma on Friday j
evening of next week. Mayor Dahlmun
Will deliver, an address at that time.
Domiciled la Tew ' Office Immigrant
Agent W. R. Mansfield Is finally domiciled
In hi new suite of office rooms, 311 and 111
federal building, and la now ready to meet
all comer who have any trouble to tell
In connection with the Immigration depart
ment of the government.
Street Oar and Xc 1 Wegoa Collide-
An Ice wagon belonging to the Omaha Ice
and Cold Storage company wit bumped by
a car on North, Tventjrourth street, near
Grace Thursday morning and Ice was
strewn along the street for bait a block.
The lender of the car wa bent Into scrap
Iron, but tb -wagon was' not much dam
aged and no one was hurt.
Board to Meet a ort Meade A board
of officers consisting of Major John 8.
Kulp and Captain Albert L. Miller Of the
medical department ha been ordered to
meet at Fort Meade, A. D., September 14,
to examine Into the physical qualification
of Colonel Edgar Z. Bteever and Major
Jam LoPkett of the Fourth United State
cavalry relative to taking the test ride on
horseback required'' by recent War depart
X. Vetera Badly Hart by Our Henry
N. Peter of the Merchant hotel met with
a serlou and very painful accident
Wednesday night at Sixteenth and Daven
port streets, when he wa knocked over by
a Park line car. Mr. Peters wa severely
cut around the head and had hi left arm
broken near th wrist. He passsd behind
a northbound car, when a southbound car
hit him and' knocked Him to the ground.
The car wa moving slowly or the accident
would have been milch more serious than
it was. - ,1. , .
Back From Snrope Mr. and Mr. M.
Brunskl and son have returned from a two
and a half months' visit through Europe,
Including , Germany, , Austria, France,
Switzerland and Italy. -''While It was a
pleasure to meet with .eld friend and rela
tive In' the Fatherland after fifteen year'
sbeence," said Mr. Brunskl, "there Is after
all no pta.ee like America and no country
fn America equals Nebraska and Omaha
for a place to live and enjoy life. We are
all glad to get back and are more In love
than ever with thl broad land of freedom
. and opportunities." "f'j. .,,.
. Applicants for Optometry Fifteen ap
plicant from all oveaj Nebraska are taking
the examination at the young Man's Chris,
tlan Associations hulldlDg,4'teeome 'expert
optometrist, the examination beginning
Thursday morning and to last two days.
Most of those taking the examination have
been practicing under the exemption clause
In the state law, but te be able to secure
a degree of efficiency the must secure a
state certificate. The. examination I being
conducted by J. C. Huteeon of Omaha,
secretary of the board; C. C. McLeese of
Davenport, president, and Max J. Egg of
Grand Island, a member of the board.
QBBAT DKfcsSMAKJ.NG STOCK.
Brand! Bongrnt front . Olaek net Ka
fir Stock f Fifth Avenne
BALE J3EGINS NEXT MONDAY.
We mad the moat fortunate purchase of
fine silks, dress good, lace and trimmings,
In our entire history.' We bought from
Gluck, the entire stock. : of a famous,
fashionable dressmaker, en Fifth avenue,
New York. We secured thl stock at far
below the cost, lo Import.
The silks from this stock are the most
elegant and exclusive designs, They are
worth up to tio a yard, at too II and Si.so
The dress goods are beautiful effects, Im
ported expressly for these dressmakers.
They are worth . up to $6, at 6c and tl.
The lace and trimming are the highest
grade novelties, extremely elaborate, and
worth up to It a yard, at Wc, 60c and 33o
Dressmaker' model, women' costumes,
evening gown, dresses, tailored suits and
evening waist from the dressmaker's
stock, at extraordinary reduction. On
ale on our second floor, oioak department
Bale begins Monday, September 11
. . J. L. BRANDE1S SONS.
COUNTY W. CT. U. MEETING
'Women Hold Annnal Convention nt
Hnnecom Partr and Hefsl Cos.
Several score of women gathered at the
bandstand at Hanacom park Thursday
snornlng for the annual convention of, the
Douglas County VVprnen' Christian Tem
perance union, In session there for the day.
The program opened at 10:30, Mr. George
Covell of Omaha, county president, pre
siding. No business was transacted until
afternoon, the morning being occupied with
receiving the delegates from out of town.
A basket luncheon, was served at noon.
The Douglas county organisation Include
the two local unions, Frances Wlllard and
the Omaha union, and the unlona of South
Omaha. Elk City.- Valley, Waterloo and
Benson, all of which are represented at the
The' evening program will consist of a
Demoreat medal contest at Hsnsconi Patk
Methodist church, corner of Woolwortn
and Georgia avenue.
Observation proves that the firm which use
the beat printed matter has the best reputation
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NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Harvest Home Dinner at Country Club
Will Be JfoTel Brent.
CLUBS DRAW MID-WEEK CROWD
Proapeet ef I. a rare Attendance at
Field tlnb Friday Uresis
Entertaining f Tnnn Pee
pie Departing for School.
Reservations are already being made for
the Hr.rvost Home dinner at the Country
clur. which will be held Saturday evening,
September 1. One of the largest will be
given Dy Mr. ond Mrs. W.'J. Connell, com
plimentary to Miss Wanda Estee of Mont
pelier, Va.; Mips Eleanor . Pierce of Fall
.River Mass., and Miss Clara Mitchell of
Denver, who will arrive Steptomber IS to
be the guests of Mill Hasol Connell. Covers
will be laid for about forty young people.
Two of the smaller parties will be given
by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burkley. who will
have ten guests, and Mr. O. C. Redlck will
have ten guests.
The dinner Is to be In oH-fiiViloned and
country style, and thi table will be
ludened with good things to eat, everything
being aerved at one time.
Not only will the dinner le country style,
but the guest art lo drexs In country cos
tume. Pome will be attired as Reubenc
and other will seek original costumes.
The orchestra will play old-fashioned music
and some country dances will be Intro
At the Field tlnb.
One of tho largest dinner partly at the
Field club Wednesday evening, preceding
the mid-week dance, was given by Mr. nd
Mr. Charles Gobs. Their guest list In
cluded Judge and Mrs. W. H. Munrer, Mr.
and Mrs. W. T. Warner, Mr. and Mrs. A.
T. Austin, Mr. ard Mrs. 8. R. Rush, Mr.
nnd Mrs. F. D. Wead, Mr. and Mr. E.
A. Benson, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bolder, Dr.
and Mrs. A. H. Hippie, Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Towle, Mr. and Mr. George Platner, Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Breckenrldge, Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Phlllippl and Dr. and Mrs. F. L.
Mrs. It. H. Brandels was hostess at one
of the luncheon parties at the Field club
Thursday, covers being laid for Mr. M.
Levy, Mr. Daniel Korn, Mrs. H. Rosen
stock, Mrs. Kramer, Mrs. Hairy Ctlifch
Mrs. Arthur Brandels and Mrs. II. H
Miss Helen Bholes entertained seven
guests In honor of her guest Miss Edna
Baker of Lincoln.
Mr. E. E. Hasting entertained compll
mentary to her guest, Miss Louise Kahla
man of Philadelphia, Pa, The table had
an attractive decoration of cosmos and
rovers were laid for eleven.
Mrs. Charles Ooss entertained six guests
at luncheon Thursday.
The members of a neighborhood card
club, which has been meeting for about ten
years, dined together Wednesday eveni;
at the club with their husbands a guests.
In the party were Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
Marriott, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Frederick,
Mr. and Mr. E. P. Smith, Mr. and Mrs
T. C. Van,Buren, Mr. and Mr. Warner,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Gyger, Mr. and
Mrs. Gould. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Buchanan,
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Carrier and Dr. and
Mr. W. H. Bherraden
Miss France Martin entertained at din
ner Wednesday evening in honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Solwyn Doherty. Those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Selwyn Doherty; Misses
Ruth Moorhead, Olive Baker, Martha Dale,
Helen Kibble, Bess Moorhead, Lorraine
Cumatock, Mabel Benson and Frances Mar
tin; Messrs. Frsuk Pollard, Harry Kelly.
Ralph West, Fred Thomas, Harold Evarts,
Doane Powell, Royal Comstock and Gay
1 rd Martin.
Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Krani had as their
dinner guests Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. H.
A. Qulnn, Council Bluffs; Misses Orpha
Uulnn, Council Bluffs; Hart and, Arnold;
Messrs. Erwln Krans and Leslie Krans.
The largest affair Friday at the Field club
will be the Informal dinner given by about
seventy-five business men Iru honor of Mr.
E. H. Harrlman, president of the Union
At Happy Hollow.
Most of the luncheon parties at Happy
Hollow Thursday were small. Mrs. W. H.
Gate entertained four guests; Mrs. Euclid
Martin, four; Mrs. H. D. Reed, two, and
Mis Hayden, two.
A club of High school boys will give a
dancing party Friday evening at Happy
Hollow. About forty guests will be present.
New Clob Formed.
A new card and social club was formed
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mra.
N. Goettsche, 1716 Van Camp avenue, Mrs.
W. U. Etchlson being chosen president. It
wa decided to call the organisation the
"Clematis club" and the members will
meet every two weeks, the afternoon to be
devoted to flinch, high five or guessing
games, as the hostess chooses. Those pres
ent Wednesday were Mrs. Etchlaon, Mra.
J. Kelly, Mrs. J. Lycholm, Mrs. E. E.
Stickler, Mr. H. Behrman, Mrs. D. F.
Maxfleld. Mrs. J. F. Qulnby. MUs May
Gatewood of Paplllion and Mis Josephine
Mrs. H. D. Browne, 4940 Underwood ave
nue, entertained a chlldren'a party Tues
day afternoon In celebration pf the eleventh
birthday of her little daughter, Clarissa
Browne. The house was prettily trimmed
with sunflowers and ferns. Games Were
played -on the lawn and aeveral prises were
awarded. Assisting the hostess Were Mrs.
O. T. Alvlson and Mis. J. H. Wallace. The
young guests Included little Mlssa Agnes
t'ndeland, Helen Paterson, Durothy Bui
bach, Angelina Rush, Rachel Metcalf, Dor
othy Darlow, Loulao Besglre, Ruth Carl
son, Sara Smeaton, Hadatsah McGlffen,
Eileen Roger, Marlon Leavltt, Dorothy
Wallace, Marlon True of Council Bluffs.
Master Paul Durkee, George Metcalf, Oar.
ence Darlow, Eddie Undeland, Carl Ba
bach, Jamea Durkee, Russell FunkhauseJ-,
Porter Durkee and. Ward Browne.
For Mlaa McCaffrey.
Mlts Anna O'Connor entertained at cards
Tuesday afternoon at her home In honor of
Mis Evelyn McCaffrey, who will leave
soon for Trinity college. Washington.
Prises for the game of high five were won
by Mis Mary Welch, Miss Lucille Downey
and the consolation prise was awarded to
Miss Bess Nlelds. The hostess waa as
'sisted by Miss Mary Byron of Burlington,
mO - 1111 Howard Street. Omaha
la.. Miss Grace Connor and Miss Mary
O'Connor. Those present were Misses
Evelyn McCaffrey, Helen Nlelds. Mary
Welch, Lillian Riley, Eileen McCaffrey,
Bess Nlelds. Anna Welch, Marl Riley.
France Sheedy, Denver: Mary Clifford,
Lo Angeles; Grace Lane-don, Annie Brown,
Marie Glffen, Denver; May Halptne, Mar
guerite Ii we. Irene Lanadon, Mary Mc
Manus, Lucille Downey, May Callahan and
Come and Go (loealp.
Mrs. R. J. Dinning and Miss Louise
Dinning have returned from a stay of
several weeks In Atlantic City and New
York. Miss Dinning will leave the latter
part of the week to return to St. Mary'
school. South Bend, Ind.
Mr. Alfred Darlow and family, who have
spent the summer- on the Atlantic coast,
have returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Partridge have re
turned from their summer home at Flor
ence Height. N
Mis Edna Baker of Lincoln, who was
maid of honor at the Balrd-McIIugh wed
ding, Is now the guest of Miss Helen
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Congdon and Miss
Caroline Congdon have gone east, where
Miss Caroline Congdon will enter Vassar
Mrs. Joseph Cudahy, Mr. Edward A.
Cudahy, Jr., ahd Miss Helen Cudahy have
returned from Mackinac, where they have
been spending the summer. Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Cudahy and daughters, the Misses
Jean, Florence and Alice, are expected
home next week.
Miss Rilla Borders of Indianapolis la vis
iting MIbs Jeansrte Jessop.
Miss Louise Eshleman of Philadelphia Is
spending the week as the guest of Mrs. E.
Mrs. Mary A. Jessop and granddaughter,
Miss Jeanette Miller, have returned from
a four weeks' trip to Colorado.
DELTA KAPPA EPS1L0N DINE
Resident Members of the Fraternity
Have Their First Banqnet
Resident member of Delta Kappa Epsllon
fraternity assembled In a private dining
room at the Henshaw hotel Wednesday
evening for their first banquet. Among
those present were:
Dr. W. F. Mllroy of University of
J. II. Merchant of Colgate university.
R. V. Cole of Rutgers college.
J. D. Braden, Rensaeller Polytechnlo
J. P. Barnum, Rensaeller Polytechnlo In.
I. P. Lord, Western Reserve college.
R. a. MuKensle. De Pauw university.
Claude L. Poake, De Pauw university.. -
After dinner some time wa spent sing
ing fraternity songs and reciting college ex
periences. A permanent organisation was
effected with the Dr. Mllroy as president
and J. P. Barnum as secretary.
BRIDEGROOM FAILS TO APPEAR
Located Too Late for Ceremony nnd
tb Coapl May B Happy
Love ant Intrigue of the most up-to-date
and stagy kind seems to have been the
lot of Carmella Qualrlcchr of 60S North
Sixteenth street, who was reported to the
police as having mysteriously disappeared
Wednesday afternoon only a few hours be
fore he was to have married Katie Spoon
over, who conduct a Chile parlor on North
Sixteenth street. Several time last night
the police received Inquiries concerning tho
young man,. It being atated to them that
he had not been seen since A o'clock of that
day. Later It developed that he had been
Induced to neglect the marriage and go to
Council Bluff by several Italian friends,
whom the bride-elect denounce a having
laid a plot to wreck the plan of the happy
couple. Howere, Qualrlcchr turned up In
Omaha at a late hour last night and the
wedding will probably be celebrated some
CONTEST ON HOPPER WILL
Creditor of Son Files Protest, Claim
lnr Doenment Waa Not Prop
A contest, to break the will of the lata
William Hopper, a prominent farmer, who
died at Elkharn about a month ago, was
started In county court Wednesday by the
John Deere Plow company, a creditor of
Bryan B. Hopper, a eon of Wlll'am H pper
The company claims Bryan B. Hopper Is
Indebted to It In the sum of 13,256.14, and
that it ha a lien on some of the property
for this amount. Under the inheritance
law Bryan B. Hopper, it asserts, wonld
receive one-tenth of the property, and It
would be able to collect the lien. Undor
the will he receives none of It.
In the petition filed In county court
Wednesday the company denies the will Is
properly executed and ask that the petl
tlun for the probate of the will be denied
FIREMEN RUN FOR NOTHING
False Alarm Tnrned In from Thirty
second and California
' Chief Baiter of the fire department bo
came righteously Indignant Wednesday
evening over what 1 thought to have been
an alarm ef fire turned in maliciously by
a person whose name Is not known to the
chief or the police department. The de
partment waa called to 3213 California street
soon after 8 o'clock, but found no fire
and, according to a report received at th
police atatlon from the patrolman In that
part of the city, someone deliberately
turned In the alarm without any cause for
doing so. A large number of people were
attracted to the scene by th passing fire
vOf Interest to Mnny.
Foley's Kldrey Cure will cure any case
of kidney or bladder trouble that la not
beyond th reach of medicine. No medicine
can do more.
Bltt SILK HALE.
Hayden Bros. Beeur $29,000 Stock of
5lew Fall Silks nt About Half
Manufacturer's Coat Price.
Entire purchase will be placed on ral
Monday at wonderful bargain prices.
An Immense shipment of elegant new
Silks left with the clearing house on ac
count of the firm importing same not b?lng
able to meet their cash obligations, was
offered to u at a price which repreaented
scarcely half of manufacturer's first cost.
W Immediately accepted the offer and will
how Monday, September It, the most ele
gant line of new fall Silks ever offered In
Omaha at bargain price surpassing any
ever offered. Watch Sunday papers for
particulars and price. See display in ltth
St. windows. HAYDEN EP.03.
Dulldlngr Permits. .
M. Blank. Twenty-sixth and Burdette
streets, frame dwelling. II.Smi; B. J Stan
nell. 1 North Twenty-eighth avenua,
frame dwelling. J.6"0; Mary A. McAull fe.
Twenty -ftrl kUil and Central boulevard,
frame dwelling. Il.l'.o; A. H. Wlllrtts CIS
Grand avenue, frame dwelling, 11.3V; A. H.
Willctla, tit Anus avenue, frame dlllng.
tl.ltO; Emma L. Solomon. Boulevard and
Dodge street, frame dwelling, t, 01; Mrs.
Anna Thbmsen, Chlcsgo strret, brick
dwelling. ti.M. W. H. Jackson. Sixteenth
snd Emmet streets, frame dwel'lng. lii0;
C. O. La'son, Thirty-seventh and Rugsles
i streets, frame dwelling. tVO. Krupp Lit
tle. 1K1 Douglas street, alteration and r
j pairs to building, Sl.Cui
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Delinquent Tux List Turned (Her to
the County Treasurer.
MAJOR PORTION SPECIAL TAXES
Board of Kdnentlon Rejects All Bids
for Bit fr Mannnl Training
Sehool nnd New Propoaot
to Bo Asked.
The delinquent tax list were aent to the
county treasurer yesterday by the city
treasurer of South Omaha. These lists are
of property In arrears for taxes, both gen-
eral and 'special. Th latter kind of taxes
re farther In arrears than the general
levy. The amount also are larger. The
eputy treasurer said the lists of delin
quent were much larger than he had sup
posed. Collections In the main have been
pretty good. Most of the property delin-
uent 1 undejlraller or at leurt pay no
ncome. A few good piece have been
In order to redeem the property o listed,
It will be necessary for the owner to settle
additional cost of filing. The casual esti
mate of delinquent property I about Sc00,000
In actual value, and would produce about
17,000 In taxea under the general levy; but
under th special assessment much more
In the" case of the special assessment, the
owners of the property on Thirtieth street,
who have been assessed to pay the cost of
paving the street, have there property listed
a delinquent for the reason that In the
recent litigation to invalidate the tax the
city won. The case Is now on appeal before
the supreme court.- The property owner
are hoping for a reversal nnd have there
fore refused to pay tho ipeciat assessment.
n the case of the Twenty-fourth street
paving, conditions are exactly reversed. In
this case the city lost In the litigation and
appealed. The treasurer therefore made no
attempt to collect the special assessment,
and none of this property ha been listed
a delinquent. Many of the delinquencies
in other case arise from the laying of
sidewalks and grading.
Board of Education.
The Board of Education held a special
meeting last evening to discuss the site
for the manual training department. It
wa decided that the Bites offered were
too high for the board to purchase. These
sites were the southeast corner of Twenty
fourth and J and th northeast comer of
Twenty-fourth and K. The board there.
fore rejected all bids and Instructed the
secretary to readvertise for a site lying
between L and J street and between Twen
ty-fourth and Twenty-aecond streets. Thl
gives a muoh larger territory and tt 1
hoped that several vacant lots adjoining the
present high school campus may be offered
On such a site the board propose to erect
a fin building for the use of the depart
The detail of getting the work of the
new year started were discussed briefly by
the superintendent. He sain the present
enrollment In the grade wa about 1.100,
fully equal to the largest enrollment last
year. Thl I good,- in view of the fact
that a new parochial school had been
opened and two grades of beginner were
not yet admitted at West Bide school on
account of repair. ' ' '
Pond Halt Sewer Work.
Hannon at Craig, contractor, received no.
tlce from the city a few" days ago to ro-
sume work on the N atrett gulch sewer,
which waa dropped last spring during the
exceedingly wet weather. iLhe, work ceased
under the Intersection of Twentieth and N
streets. The company had 'hiurh water to
contend with, Dan Hannon saldV "I don't
propose to resume work there until the
Olty drains out the pond south of N street
where the torm water was turned. The
water there la fifteen feet deep and It Is
so nearly over the point where we work
that tt flow in constantly through the soil
nd la dangerous. If a sudden cave In at
that point resulted it would let In enough
water to drown all the men before they
could get out The city ha been making
some effort to drain thl pond, but aa yet
have m,t succeeded.
Curbing Stakes Set.
The city engineers yesterday staked tho
center and curb lines of E street from
Twenty-fourth to Twenty-eighth. The ob
Ject of the work Is preliminary t'o paving
which ha been petitioned for by all of the
resident owning property along the street,
Tba engineer will submit his estimates of
the cost of the paving at an early date.
On receipt of this the council can Introduce
an ordinance to advance the Improvement.
Getting: Heady tor Foot Ball
The South Omaha High School Football
association held Its first meeting last
evening. It was presided over by Prof. R,
H. Johnson, the business manager ap
pointed by the faculty. The boy will be
out tor preliminary practice tonight. They
will practice at Twentieth and Missouri
avenue for the greater part of the time
It 1 clear that South Omaha 1 to have
a strong team. It ha many from last
George Rapp, quarter back and captain,
will play his old place. E. Gall Is dated
for left end. R. Ensor has a walk away
for the center position. Herd Stryker will
doubtless be one of the . tackles. Floyd
Finch, a substitute last year, will probably
play the other tackle. J. Shultx Is a good
candidate for right guard. A. Flnlay of
last year's squad will probably make full
back. In addition to theso known candi
date, there Is plenty of good material
Several big freshmen have enrolled.
Prof. Nlehole, an old high sehool coach
will be out to assist the boys. J. D. Rlngo
of I'nlverslty fame will probably be out,
O. M. Williams of the local Young Men'
Christian association will be called upon t
work up the back field.
Gun Club Shoot Planned.
The Boutn Omaha uun club Das planned
big shoot for September 17.
mark the final shoot of the season. It
has been on of the most popular organi
sation and the member have done much
creditable shooting every Sunday after
noon this summer. The final ahoot will be
a handicap so a to give all an equal
chance for the price. The handicap will be
based on the average which the members
have made during the summer. For In
stance, 'f a man killed 70 per cent of th
number of birds killed by the scratch man
he will receive that much of a handicap.
The shoot will be at loO birds. The profit
of th association will be made up and
Invested In prise for th winner of thl
hoot. Tho amount to be Invested this
way mill be about Sa) at the close of the
Magic City Goaafn.
Jetter's Gold Top Beer dellverel to any
part of the city. Telephone No. 8.
The McCormlck-Rvan iiupliui luive been
announced. Th wedding took place yes
terday. A telegram from Ed Munshaw announced
that he would arrive in c'ouih Omaha, Fri
day at noon.
Heyman A Berry sellers of "quality,"
meats. 4th and E, telephone ;r: '-Itli and
A. telephone 117.
Harry Cohen has taken steps f r a decree
of volulary bankruptcy, lie has a grocery
tor In Albright.
Lost Bet ween I and J, on 21th, open face
gi:i nieiHl wetch. Return to Sjuth Omuh
Bee ofllce. Reward.
The dth of Joe Humpal. an cx-p-illc.
officer, of South Oinxht oc -urred y-Merdny
murulng fivia a comvUkatluU of diseases.
The burlnl will be Friday at 2 p. m., at
Laurel Hill cemtery.
Call and get cur terms when In need of
money. Confidential. Fidelity Loan Co., 4
Mortn Twenty-Iourtn street.
John Snrttaer. aged S. died yesterday
at the county honpttal. The burial will h
held September U at S a. m.
The burial of Anna Knnkovky. 1-ycsr-oM
daughter of Vaclav konknveky, V.
treet, occurred yeaterday morning.
The Board of Equalisation which had a
sitting yesterday to artjuat special taxes for
sidewalks had no complaints before it.
Anton J. Cera. Thirty-ninth and K
treets.. died Tuesday. The bunal was held
September S at the German Calhollo ceme
The Western Contractors' Supply com
pany filed a bond yesterday for the proper
construction of the bridge at Twenty-fifth
and Polk street.
Steve Papas has been sentenced to thlrtv
days on three separate counts br Judge
Callanon. They were drunk, disorderly
and resisting an officer.
The city clerk has completed his certi
fied list of the recent registration. The
work was finished so late last evening that
a summary could not be secured.
Lewi Dennlson and Ml Vesta Treasure
were married by Rev. F. T. Ray, Wednes
day morning at the parsonage. Both the
parties were from Klrksvll'e, M?.
The new Packers' National bank will be
open for public inspection Saturday after
noon. The public Is Invited to visit and
axe note oi us many conveniences.
The bills of extras for the city Jail sub
mitted by C. L. Carpenter have not yet
twen satlofactorlly adjusted. There Is no
doubt tuet Mr. Carpenter did the extra
work in good faith, but some of this work
had not the sanction of the council acting
officially. It Is likely a compromise may
J. F. Marvel announces that he wilt speak
at New Settler's hall at Thirty-sixth and
l) streets, mursuay evening. HI subject
will be "The Class Struea-le." He aluo Is
sues a challenge to dehnte with Jerry How
ard any p)m of the labor question he may
choose, If Howard will on speaking produce
a union labor curd In good standing.
We wish to return the slncerest thanks
to our many kind friends and neighbors
for the beautiful floral offerings and the
marked way in which they attested their
rt'em and affection for our beloved father.
Mrs. P. J. Corcoran. Mrs. J. J. De Lay.
Anthony J. Ruddy, Michael V. Ruddy.
WAR ON THE WHITE PLAGUE
Pnblle Study Will Bo
In Omaha In
An exhibit to Interest the public Jn the
study and prevention of the "White
Plague" will be given in Omaha for a
period of ten days during the first two
weeks of October. Dr. S. R. Towne, chair
man of the executive committee of the Ne
braska Tuberculosis association, wrote re
cently to the headquarters of the national
society In New York and was referred to
W, L. Cospcr, a traveling representative of
the national society, who wa then In
Peoria. Dr. Towne sent a letter to Mr,
Cosper, but before the reply came Mr. Co1
per himself wa in Omaha with instruc
tions from the national committee to start
a campaign in Nebraska, which win
eventually embrace also Kansas and Okla
A committee of Omaha cltlxens, of which
John L. Kennedy Is chairman, has been se
lected, and with the co-operation of these
Mr. Cosper Intends to arrange for hi ex
hlbltlon. The exhibit will be educational
and will give to those Interested lnstruc
tlons as to how they may avoid tubercu
losis, how they can recognixe th disease
when they have it and how It can be cured,
The tent and other devices which are used
In consumption hospitals will be shown In
working models, and the different hospital
over th country will be advertised with
pictures and descriptive matter. Every
evening at the exhibition talks will, be given
for different classes of people, pointing out
the danger of the disease and the manner
In which they may be avoided. The first
meeting will be a mas meeting, and If
possible national expert will be her to ad
dress tho gathering. Dr. Ravel of Wiscon
sin, Dr. Billings of Chicago and Dr. Knof,
recognised as the greatest American au
thority on the disease, are all possible
speakers for the mass meeting, and repre
sentative Oms,ha men and members of the
Nebraska society will all give their aid.
The committee of fifty will be composed
of these: J. L. Kennedy, chairman; Frank
L. Haller, Rev. E. H. Jenks, Mrs. Ed. John
on, George A. Joalyn, M. J. Kennard, F,
A. Kennedy, Rev. F. L. Loveland, T. W,
McCullough, Rev. N. M. Mann, Charle W,
Martin, Alfred Millard. F. A. Nash, Joseph
Polcar, Joseph C. Root, Rev. F. T. House,
Rev. R. Scannell, Arthur C. Smith, Alfred
Sorensen, Thomas F. Sturgesa, William R
Watson, G. W. Wattles, Dr. D. C. Ayer,
Howard L. Baldrlge, K. C. Barton, Rev,
G. A. Beecher, C. C. Bclden, Arthur D.
Brandels, Vaclav Buresh, Clement Chase,
Rabbi Frederick Cohn, David Cote, Rev. J,
W. Conley. Dr. R. W. Connell, Robert
Cowell, E. A. Cudahy, J. C. Dahlman, W.
M. Davidson, A. J. Donahue, Mrs. J. H,
Duraor.t, L. S. Estelle, Mrs. C. R. Glover,
Rev. J.. E. Hummon, and ten physician
appointed by tne Omaha-Douglas County
Medical society. .
MAN IS KILLED BY A FALL
J. A. Coatee, n Painter, Meet Death
While nt Work nt th Jkr
J. A. Coates, a painter at the Armour
Packing company plant in Bouth Omaha,
fell from a scaffold at 11 a. m. Thursday
and died two hours later from the Injuries
he sustained. He fell eighty feet, breaking
an arm, leg and rlba and sustaining Inter
nal injuries. The man boarded at 1118
North Twenty-seventh street, Bouth
W. A. Piorc" of Sidney, A. E. Rodebaugh
of Sioux ctty and Thomas Duncan are a
the bet: ma.
Judge and Mrs. W. A. Gordon have re
turned from a visit of two weeks with old
home friends at Wlntereat, la.
Mr. and Mrs. C. 7,. A. Zander of fiherl.lan
H. 8. Wiggins, E. E. BrlKgs of Lincoln and
Mrs. and Anna Zivmcheck of Wliber am
at the Her Grand.
I.,, w. bnow, Mrs. a. K. Mccormic o
Tex. o. A. Williams of Lincoln and Mr,
and Mra. F. 8. Berry of Emersjn are a
Charles Ave? of Orlando, L. T. Holt
croft of Aivada. Wyo.; 11. D. Coble
Hyannls, Mr. and Mrs. Rohan of' Brady'
Island and L. P. Haland of Hemmlngford
aie at the Murray.
A. J. Cole of Oxford, L. N. St. John of
Kearney, W. F. Schmidt of Palmer, Elmer
Madsen of Hoieus, J. r . Ulmundi or Kusn
vllle and Dr. and Mrs. V. W. Baldwin of
Elkhorii are at the Merchant.
Major Bradner D. Slaughter of the pay
dcparlmi nt of the United States army and
acting chief paymaster of the Department
of the Missouri has been grunted a ten
days' leave of absence beginning with lo
C. G. Field of North Platte, D. E. Roberta
of Pdtt Dodge, M. J. Hill o( Shubert. John
Prokes, W. F. Schrcedr. P. M. Jsnecek
of Schuyler. William Reynoldaof Lusk an
W. 11. Hopewell of TvkHmah are at th
Frank M. Northrup of Wayne, Mr, an
Mra. George C. Westle of Boswell, C. C
Westcott uf Plattsmoulh, R. C. Hltte of
Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. O. G. LaSelle of
Lodge Pole and 11. J. GUI of Denver are
at the Millard.
Judge C. Patterson, J. T. Edmund
Cliaiies Hagel of Rusliville, old friends of
Mayor Dahlman, called on the mayor
Thursday to express their sympathy and
askuiit.lhe losing candidate lor tne nomln
tlon for governor that Sheridan county did
whs I it could for lilm.
R. F. Naylor of Denver, J. W. Maney of
Oklahoma city. Henry Hcnsfer or K Reno,
Mr. and Mis. J. J. iremane or Bull ukr,
E. Kostomiatchkv of Sioux City. R. G
HUH of Aurora, D. R. Campbell of Sliney
L A. Johnson of Fort Williams. Ontar4a
Dr. F. If. Morrow of Columbus, . K. Hoi
of Grand la. and and W. Alt of Hyannls
are at the lux ton
Smart Clothes for Boys
Fall and Winter 1908-9
"We are showing an unusual number of
umart dressy garments, for boys and young
They are absolutely the latest product of
leading manufacturers and therefore repre
sent all that is new in fashion fabrics or color
We have taken great pains in the selec
tion of these goods and assure you that they
are strictly up-to-date and that it would bo
difficult for you to match our qualities and
prices. To the young men of the Omaha High
School we would say: "We are prepared to fit.
you out in the smartest and most effective ''
clothes that you have ever seen. " "
OMAHA'S LEADINO CLOTHIERS'
It . . t 47 TfSL II
WESTERN MILITARY ACADEMY
Upper Alton Illinois
ta lnpeilnn iur St. Louts. Blx modern buildings.. TUrsproof Bartack. Laree drill
hall, with gymnasium, bowling allay and shooting gallery. Exceptionally strong
Uoulty. Army detail. Tuition 1460. Capacity 11. Waiting list last year, lmmedai
application advisable, for boy of good character above the sixth grade.
Liberty Ladies Coflegi
11 mllM from Kaaaaa Cltr. Beset If ul
StM, Art, rurally Bltllr trml la
Burop. AMKKICAN MUZAKT bOiaEHVATUKT
Frafmsrs, (ratiuu with slhMt haaars el the Raral CsnMmto?taa at Herlta, Lelaale.
Loea. aaa la atathaai s( these Caaas roteries. A Style I) Cabinet Oraa Moaal Eauraoi
Plana a Friae la Mar FaatlTal Caetaat. AMraae Friaa c M fiu.li, uwnr, "
TflE more careful you are
about what your boy
learns and how he learns it,
the more you will appreci
ate our little book "The
right echool for your boy."
We Bend it and our cata
logue on request.
Racine College Grammar School
Information concerning th ad
vantage, rate, ev.ent of cur
riculum and other data about th
best school and college can be
obtained from th
School and College Information
Bureau ol The Omaha Bee
All information absolutely frs
and Impartial. Catalogue of any
particular school cheerfully fur
nished upon request.
REPUBLICAN JWDITOR CLOSE
Complete Hetarns from the Stat
, Skew Bartoa with Small
Official return on republican auditor
from 8herldan county give Aldon tt votes
and Barton 6, making the figures for the
Thl give a plurality of 107 for Barton
over Alden. It I poeslbl the official fig
ure may vary slightly from these return,
and. at any rat, th winner will get
through by a. narrow margin.
NORTH PTATTE, Neb., Sept. !o.-Rpe.
tlal Telegram.) Th vot on atat senator
of thl district ia very close. Return from
all counties except Thomas county give W.
A. Stewart of Lexington a lead over Ray
mond of Scott' Bluff of but twenty-va
onlv as-cravat my case. Fortunattly I in
sisted unun having Foley' Honey and Tar
In the yellow package and It quickly eured
me. My wir lis since used Foley' Honey
and Tar wltb th ism sucres." All druggists.
it . &
The Nebraska Military, Lincoln, Nsb.
A flrat clans, high grade military boarding chool
for boys and young men. Ideal location, outside
the city, yet cloa enough to derive all city benefits;
large, well equipped buildings, forty acres of campus,
drill, parade and athletic grounds.
8trong faculty: tba best academic, military, busl
oess and Industrial training. Preparation for col
lege, university or business. A clean and Inspiring
school borne. Careful attention given to the health,
habits and home life of the boys. Non-sectarian, bui
strongly religious. Special department for boys un
der 18 years of cge.
THE NEBRASKA 3IILITAKV ACADEMY.
School will open September iff, 1908. For In
or B. D. Hay ward, Superintendent, Box IB 3.
The direct route i
A straight lln is.ihe sucrtest. dlstanc
between two points. Why not taech your
finger TUM BISECT UOVM1
Th complete keyboard. Smith Pre
mier, Is tb WOILD'I EST TYfA
free employment bureau
Stenographer, are furnished to business'
men without charge o school. stan
graphsr or employer.
Write for particular.
Ibe Smlla-Premier Typewriter Co.
X. O. VLOWHIH, Uft.
uufa. ai.staiT as. uioa. a. at gapennteaaeav
aa healthful lasatlua. Hlabnt srad Is Ltter.
letdla Col! and TnlrmiIM at Aatertta u
Illustrated Music Schcsl
208-4-5 Old Brandels Bldg.
TheoretieeJ and Marmony Department
Wa ff a BUI.
Special Illustrated Lessons fr
Adult and Children.
ads Blola Wood, recently from
Europe, pupil of Alberto Jona Kllnd
worth, Soharwenka Conservatory,
xciss Vranei Bradanaw, pupil of
Henry Q. Cox, of th Stat University
of Iowa Graduated lu(. Christian
Collage, Columbia, Mo.
Writ at one for particular about
tb Special Mail Oouae being until
by thousands all over th United
Butte. Mention thl advertisement.
Under th combined Influence of serious
work. Christian courtesy, and youthful
merry-malting th student of thl Board
ing and Day school for young women and
(Iris grow Into a happy appreciation of (lie
beauty and dignity ti wholesome, serial i.
lallouahlps. Student holding certificates
covering in full the entrance requirements
of a standard state university are Admitted
without examination to Junior year of cul
legiat course. Certificate In colloge-pr.
paratory course admits to Vausar, Welles,
ley. Smith, Mount Holyoke, I'nlverslty of
Nebraska, University of Wisconsin and
University of Chicago. Exceptional advan.
tages In music, art and domestic science.
Wall equipped gymnasium, and out-door
sport. Students mothered sympathetically.
For Illustrated Year-book address Ml
Macrae, principal. Omaha.
Todd Seminary for Bays
list year. Th oldest school for oy la,
th Northwest, Located 00 minutes from
Chicago and 1060 test above tl', In
the "hill country" of Illinois. Our Ideal:
"For every Todd boy a good cltlsea. ' veal
tor prospectus. SToble Kill, VrlaUpal,
I sura alarr. eemptatalr aa perauatotlr ike
Met stabeer eaaaa at Mamorartn
I CAN CURE YOU
Mr apemaltj Is vale aa aaeea defect eklvk
etbare tall ta car Mr raxhw is ike ! luc
cawfal la the verl. ko failure la It r'e' pte
Ilea. Wrila at ea.-e fe particular
J. a VeagUe, Pwi., Jn;jtut for aeewr
iik-o; Bim p.w , uut awe.
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