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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 13, 1908)
UK OMAHA SUNDAY h):
BeH Doug. 618 Both 'Phones Reach all Depts. Ind. A-1241
MONDAY IS THE LAST DAY OF
OUR GREAT SAVING SALE
If you have not yot taken advantage
of the great reduction in price.", do so
now. The ansortnients are complete and
the prices will not bo as low again for
another year. We encourage early
pink or black and white, regular price 15.00, saving
utile price $3.98 pair.
Our $5.60 St. Mary's Blankets, natural grey with
dainty blue or . pink borders, very reliable blanket, at
Every Blanket or Comforter In our stock at a money
$1.25 Silkallne Comforters, size 70x75. Filled with
white cotton at 79c each.'
Our $2.00 Silkallne Comforters, size 72x84, filled
with 6 lbs, white cotton, at $1.48 each.
Our 50c Crib Blankets, white' with dainty pink or
blue borders, sise-30x40, heavy quality at 39c pair.
Our all wool checked blankets in blue, grey, tan,
BEAUTIFUL NEW COLORED DRESS GOODS AND
SILKS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
i t 1
Every day now brings more beautiful new things ordered from abroad. New herringbone weaves,
cluster stripes and shadow stripes. Lovely nw Autumn colors In stripes through dark rich Autumn shades.
New chevron weaves, a great favorite is our new chiffon spot proc broadcloth. Ask to see them.
New silk, colors rich, soft and subdued. New Mescalines, new "Sapho" silks. Nothing quite equals it in
value. Come Monday.
MUSLIN UNDERWEAR ECONOMIES m MONDAY
.. . Kight qualities and right styles with low prices is a combination not easily found
nowadays. - ;, .
.Beautiful Chemise of nainsook' or 'cambric with
dainty trimmings of embroidery.
78o Chemise Monday fi0c
$1.00 Chemise Monday 75c
$1.!5 ' Chemise Monday 96c
$1.50 Chemise Monday $1.15
$1.75 Chemise Monday $1.40
12.00 Chemise Monday $1.50 11.00 Chemist'
$5.00 Chemise Monday $3.75 each.
$2.25 Chemise Monday $1.70
$2 60-Chemise Monday' $1.90
$3.00 Chemise Monday $2.15
$3.50 Chemise Monday $2.65
Monday P.. 00
..Drawers at Reduced Prices Monday.
Sc Cambric Drawers with hemstitched ruffle, Monday
$1 00 Cambric Drawers with embroidery ruffle, Mon
day 75c each.
$i.25 Cambric Drawers with embroidery ruffle. Mon
day ."c each.
$1.50 Cambric Drawers with embroidery ruffle. Mon-
$1.75 Nainsook Drawers. Monday
$2.00 Nainsook Drawers, Monday
$2.Zn .Nainsook Drawers, Monday
$2 50 Nainsook Drawers. Monday $1.90 each.
$3.'0 Nainsook Drawer, Monday $2.25 each.
III. 50 Nainsook Drawers. Monday 52.S5 each.
il.no Nainsook Drawers, Monday J3.00 each.
S 5 . 7 5 Nainsook Drawers, Monday $3.75 each.
Corset Cover Special.
Corset Covers In nainsook or cambric, with pretty
trimmings of embroidery or lace, regular 50c and
65s quality, Monday, at, each 39c.
Muslin gowns, low neck and short sleeves, slip
over style, regular price $1.00, Monday, each, at
New Jacket ami Separate Vest Styles.
All the new colors, prices for separate vest Btylcs $1.25
up to $2.50.
Regular sweater styles from $2.76 up to $6.50.
Silk Messaline Dresses.
New Semi-Directoire styles. Most lovely Parisian
creations, in navy blue, brown and prairie green,
prices from $30.00 to $75.00.
. New Hand Tailored Suits for Women.
Fitted correctly, by expert fitters. A tailored
gown depends for Its beauty on its perfection of fit
and style. Men tailors do nil our pressing. All fit
ting done free of charge.
. Miss Steecstrup
Is expected home from abroad about the middle of
this, month. . Watch for announcement of her return
as it will be worth your while to see the ttianv'heautl
ful things she -has brought back with her. .'The art
embroidery class will be more Interesting than fVor.
that our city he made more beautiful and
our people happier.
Emulate Ilia Kxnmnle.
"May we express the hope that the for?"
of example so beautifully vet forth 1 1 t 1
gift be emulated by other citizens of til
great city. - May we ask of those whom w.
may In aome Instances appear to In ,ra
passlag upon In lining our houlevur.l sys
tem, to remember thla generous gl.'t aril
In their lesser way assist us in every man
ner to as quickly a possible finish up t ie
contemi latcd fiedura to tli.; L-vt Car e -park.
Borne purta of Out city may feel thai
one district may receive more than its shar..
,pf the money to ho expended from year tj
eur, but we invito the lns-p.i tl.,n of our
records by every taxpayer, which we are
confident will show that the money could
not be more evenly distributed if we had
u law compelling such action.
'Mr. mayor, council and engineering de
partment: Ail would nut have bre.i sill un
Iofb I should, on bt half of the park biavd,
expuss to you our gratitude. Individually
and collectively, for the always generous
and unanimous anj prompt action y u hav.'
given to uur ininests for your co-operation.
I cannot cite a single Instance whee the
mayor or a single member of the council
or engineering department has held up one
of our lapers beyond thii time absolutely
reunited for Its return,
"We kino wish to thank the pejfle of
Omaha for the generous support that they
have given us and the patience they exer
cised in waiting our action in vailjus
stages of our work."
Mr. Cornish was the next speaker, lit
"The first one to suggest the desirability
of the lands surrounding Cut-off lake as a
!ty attorney snd have bad numerous
inttrvlews with the owners of the property
taken In an effort tr secure the lands at
a reasonable, f t h e.
"Wlille w ere veiy properly loud In our
praise of Mrs. Carter for lier very generous
gift, permit me to ti.kt advantage of till
occasion to express the thiitiks of the
Park re a;d. and 'the p-ople of Omaha,
whose agent the l'ark board IS, to the
owner" of the property taken, who hnve
for the most part plated very reasonable
Valuations upon their lands and made It
popslb'e to obtain this magnificent park
with the fund so gneioui-ly th tinted.
Average Cost of I. and.
"The John A. Crelghton Kiel Kstate and
Trust company, the Hymn Kccd rompnny.
the heirs of Thomas Anderson, deceased.
Pmlth Bros, of Boston and the K:ist Omaha
l.and company have placed a valuation
upon thtlr lands so that the H2 acr.'S
taken from them t- it an aveiase of M-2
"The I'nlon Pacific Railroad coniperiy
also arose to the occatlon and placed i
Valuation upon their lands of but little
over one-third of the value that has been
pli.cert thereon by the city for the purpose
of taxation for many years. The owners
of several lots lii North Omaha addition
have also recognised that their lots wer?
not worth what they had paid for tlnm
and have in the main acquiesced ;n n low
VI am scrry that the fact ti nt this park
I liWaincd and will be niprovtl has oper
ated to' Increase values of other property
in. the .vicinity so rapidly. !f this park
was to be paid for by taxing the property
benefited In this part of the city the ex
pected tax would lend to prevent the boom
ing of land values, which Is now taking
place, much to the annoyance of the city
officials In etfocttng settlements with land
owners who are prosecuting appeals from
the award of the appraisers. I am glad
to state, however, that there are but five
npials pending that hnve not been amic
ably adjusted. Of these five, two affect
one lot each, one affects fourteen lots in
North Omaha and the other two affect
acreage pn perty.
"ft Is not likely that a Jury will assess
to any of these parties more than ' his
land is worth ami the fit yof Omaha
should very willingly give all that the
land Is worth, so that ther is no reason
to delay the taking and Improving of
this park because of the small litigation
"The appraisers, Messrs. Chase, Howell
and Brandt, also are entitled to com
mendation. The yacted fairly to the
property owners, but at the same time
fairly to the city, as proved by the fact
that out of the total award of $41!, 000
theire Is less than $8,000 In dispute, all
the rest having accepted the awards as
fair to them."
Other Alan Speak. .
A. W. JefferlH, republican candidate for
congress; V. O. I're, county commissioner;
Prof. J. K. W'lgman, Joseph Redman, Wil
liam I. Kierstead and Mr. Murphy, u resi
dent of the park district for too last
twenty years, were then called on for
short talks. Mr. Cornish explained that
Congressman Hitchcock, who was invited,
was called out of the city earlier In the
day. All of the speakers expressed their
appreciation and thanks and stated that
they hoped that the new park will become
one of the favorite resting places of the
citlsens of Omaha.
County Commissioner Ure elicited con
siderable applause when he stated that
he saw no reason why a portion of the
county Inheritance tax fund could not be
used In building highways In the park,
as the fund is to be used for principal
roads In the county, and the park being
partially without the city limits he saw
no reason why a Vprinclpal road" could
not be built, in it with the funds,
i At the close p of the ceremonies the
speakersh'ark Commlssipners Neble and
Latonser, the newspaper men and a num
ber of bthers were given a ride around
the Lake b H. J. Enewold In his large
paunch, Mrs. Enewold acting as pilot.
Facta About the Park.
Some Idea of the magnitude of the park
can be gained from the following report
read by President llerryman at the close
of his address:
Levi Carter park contains 311 acres of
lann surrounding Cut-Off ake. and control
ling all tlie shore line on the Nebraska side
or-sain lake, excepting the frontage oecu
pled by the four ice houses. Including the
lake, it woultl contain about im acies.
Of the land taken tki.8 acres lie within the
city Unite of the city of Omaha, and 232.25
at res are in Douglas county, outside the
city Units. The land in the northwest cor
I ner of the nark, west of Swift's Ire Iium
I east of Sixteenth street and north of Am s
avenue, contains 134 acres. South of Ames
avenue und north of Hammond Packing
company lea house (recently burned) In
cluded in the rtwvc is 8.3 acres. East of
hwilts Ice house and north of Omaha Ice
SPECIAL SALE OF SAMPLE FURNITURE
p secured from the turniture markets n large consignment ot sample
furniture at a very large discount. These goods have just arrived and
will he closed out at factory cost. All these goods represent the maker'!
hest efforts, as they were samples from which they sold to the retail trade.
Thev are absolutely perfect in every detail. YOIT CAX USH Ot'U FA
MOl'S EASY TERMS DUKlXd THIS SA1.K. IT PAYS TO T1JADK AT
THE STOKE THAT'S SQUARE ALL OVER.
SPECIALS FROM OUR
RUG AND CARPET DEPARTMENT
Ingrain Carpets, good quality and large se
lection of good patterns, 60c quality, sale
Brussels Carpets, heavy quality, floral and
set effects, $1.00 quality, sale price Q9
Axtiiliister Carpet, make a pretty carpet,
.$1.25 quality, sale price 80
Ftercrsible Hugs, can be used on either side,
room size, extra good quality, $6.50 values,
sale price $3.08
Brussels Rugs, very good wearing, room glae.
$17.50 values, sale price $10.50
Window Shades, good quality, 60c grade, sale
Let us supply your carpet and drapery wants.
Dressers from the anm
ple furniture stocks,
hullt of Dolld oak,
French lievel plate mir
rors aet in carved
8tnndiiKls.ll 2.60 values
KaU'IikIoii Tables from the sanipl'
furniture stocks. We secured
large shipment of hlah grade ta
bles, all In good condition. Uur- T
ing this sale we offer you a li-ft. Y
extension table with square top. Y
worth $12.50, at, only $..)5
Parlor Suits from the sample furniture
stocks, 3 piece suits, mahogany finished
frames, velour upholstering, worth $25,
sale price $14.75
rte..f.f.e.r....$23 .5 c
Ak-Sar-Ben's Curtain Will Fall on
500 Children Dancing.
FAIRYLAND AT THE AUDITORIUM
Innovation In the Great Qnlvera Fes-
tlral la DenlKncd to Be Grand
Finale of the Ktnc'a
Park Is not known. Park Superintendent company ice house at the northeast corner
Adama, Iir. Miller O W 1 inlnirer mid ' Vu lalff' a,H. 116 rUv "'"t of ,ll?
. '. ' , ' , In"U?er j land conslftf. of the Khora line weat of the
....!.-. imu 11 unuer contemplation at the laka and north of Ixicust atrect and to
inception of the Omaha park svstem In t'ulevards, JOH feet wide, coninctliiK the
T fVf mftTWpj 1T ?TT3
r irr iHmii rill in' 'i Ml ti'1-Miin Ill
Young Men's Clotking
HE Clothing De
partment is over
fiowin g with
from the "SAM PECK"
tailor shops. The Sam
peck organization has
joined forces with ns
with the view that this
store shall give to its
patrons greater values,
better styles and finer
workmauship than the
best efforts of any other
house; then, too, our
guarantee is good;. it means that you are insured against
any defect," not for a day or a month, but as lung as you
wear the clothes.
College and Young McnV Suits
$35.00 7o $15.0 ft
Writo for Illustrated Catalog '
Ready in a day or two . ."....
"Kvery landacape garrfener or student of
parks, who has ever lived' in or visited
Oinulia. has ten tiiat the Missouri river.
tracts above described and extending on th
east side of the lake south to venue F
In Kafct Omaha. i ' , .
The water available for boatiuif.'.u sl'i
r.lng at the corner of Thirteenth and i,o
cunt street and extendlnm tit' Avenue V 1
us uueys und liluffs were th distinctive ! Kust Omaha Is three ami one- half miles
features of the Omaha hiniscap,! and should lol10:. varying in width from ahout K t
h. urtt-UiKl tr.t., tv. ...... . i J..v It't'i, ri u vttlt'lll ill Wltlill tu auotl
be woiked Into the paik system of Omaha. tnrH. Mmka tnB c)tv of 0maha.
llie lute Count Crelghton was the first The driveway from Sixteenth street aiv
to do anything rracticul alona these lines Ames avenue around the lake to Avenu
nimr on r..,tinn.i h.k ... ..t, k '" Omaha Ih approximately fou
In opening up Couitland Beach as a park
and pleasure resort. The late Levi Carter,
whose name will henceforth be borne by
this park, constructed the Carter White
Lead works In Kast Omaha In "1892, arid
from that time on was an ardent advocate
of the acquisition of the lake tini aurround
lug lands as a part of our park system. It
was that fact which suggested .U his widow
the propriety of giving the money to pay
for this park to th city as a memorial to
her deceased huirbnnd.
"During the exposition In l!-!)8 the beauty
of the view from the bluff tract was. Im
pressed upon our citizens, and In tl:t year
the Hoard of Park Conmissioners first be
gan Its campaign to develop a public senti
ment that woultl permit the acquisition of
this park. The public Imagination must be
stimulated in order to see the ni4r!iy.
weedy ground transformed into a park
with beautiful trees, luxuriant grass and
vistas ( pening out upon, broad e panne ol
"So matter how much the Hoard of Park
CommlKtiiuners b' lieved that the acquisition
of these lands and waters was neci-a.iury
to tho completion of our park system, they
were powerless f do anything effectively
until a public sontiment was crcaud u.
ta nlng them.
h a .1 . rv n t y i
SIiiuI'Nti pf tt-'uliitt'iit.
"Our frhtiitls, Jorepli It.-danin t nd Prof.
Wlgman, have perhaps dune more to or-at.
this puUlic scut imt nt i:tan any other per
sona. W.I t it tlifiu iia been ' assS'tciated the
Improvement clubs i f tlif ttui t;i ,iart of tl. 'J
city. . About two y.urs ago t.iey presented
a petitiin to the Uui.id of l'.-rk Commis
tioners sis net" by a niajorliy of the prop
erty owiu ts n the northern part of the . Ittr,
expressing a illlngn.es t j'bo taxed '. o i ay
for tliesu lands when actiidi ed, ' wr.l ;u was
evidence to the Hoard of Park CoitimU
sloiieis th.it the Unit was itpa for act'iuii.
"Jt Is believed that n public Improve
ment was ever more universally u proved
than this and tiiat no benefaction ever drew
forth mote general, and heartfelt thanks
than the generous gift of Mr. Cartfr. which
rendered possilde the Immediate acquisition
of this park In Its full perfection.
"My own part In these proceedlnm tja's
beth simply that of a lawyer on the Park
board. I have reiulertd what assistance
I ceuld to lbs city attorney and assistant
The dlstu'.ce from the nostofflce to th
bnthlng beach at Locust street Is a llt l
less than two miles, or about one and on
half block farther by the route tf trav
than llanscom park, am) about five ant
one-half blocks farther than Hemis park.
The distance from tho carriage entrant
to the park at Sixteenth street Rnd Ame
avenue from the postoftice is 2.7 miles, o
about the same dtHtance as ftlvervlew purk
and one mile nearer than Miller parK.
The land available for parking betw.e
Sixteenth street and Swift's Ire house i
two ami nni tl Ird times as large as
seoni park, and contains twenty-two an
more than Hlverview park and is ahou
et)ual in area to Miller atln llanscom park
The iactl on the northwest corner of th
lake Is .twice as large as Hantteiiin park
contains ten . acres more than rontiiuell
park and five acres more than Klvervlei
Klmwood park, the next to Ievl park i
idze, contains 2i8 acres, etiual to about twi
tlllixls the land area In Levi Carter park
or one-third of the land und water art a.
Krom Avenue F in Kut Omaha then- i
u paved street to the city of (.imaha. I'jad
Ing Into Sixteenth street at Nicholas. Tiieri
ate also two graded streets, one Lotus
und one Avenue F cro'-'in" !-
tracks between Thirtc--"' "d Ci...ii,
on Locust street, a distance of azout n
mile and a halt.
Km in the above comparison a good Idea
can be obtained of the magnitude of tins
All ot our present parks are on rough ;
ground. This park furnishes a variety in I
that It will lie upon level gronntl arm per
Steel Bangss Buy your
steel range here and save
at least J1&. All our ran
ges are fully guaranteed
Bee the big range that
1315-17-19 FARNAM ST.
tTBB RUBE AND COMB TO THE BIOXT STOIB M
iron iiotis irom tnp sani-
pie furniture stock. Hcl-
ter values ihttn we wctv
over able to offer you v
before. Large and heavi
ly ornmiipnifn uctis iiu-
ished in a fine made of J
special enamel, worth
$10, sale price g-1.93
CINDERELLA BALL CLIMAX
On Saturday night, October 3, the Audi
torium, In honor of King Ak-Sar-Ben the
fourteenth, will blossom into a veritable
fairyland. The Cinderella ball, In which
600 children ranging In age from 4 to 14
yeais will be the actors, will be given that
night preceding a program of dances for
the general enjoyment of the good people
Near the beginning of the present king's
reign it was thought by his Board of Gov
ernors that lila time ought to be marked
with more than ordinary beautiful cere
monies and that his coronation should be
an occasion for gala festivities of unsur
passed magnificence. His counsellors got
together In committee and1 Joseph M.
Cudahy was instructed that It was his
majesty's pleasure to give a children's ball,
for the children and In which the younger
generation should have full sway. Mr.
Cudahy called to his aid Mrs. Clement
Chase, and in conference these two con
ceived tlie Idea of portraying In ballet and
pantomime the Mother Goose story of
Cinderella and the Wonderful Slipper.
When It was decided that the children's
hall should be given in this form Wlllard
E. Cliumners was consulted and offered
to give his services In honor of King Ak-Sai-Uen
and train tlie children for their
performance. A committee of women com
posed of Mrs. F. C. Klrkendall, Mrs. J. R.
Scoble and Mrs. C. M. Wllhelm was ap
pointed by Mrs. Chase.
Henearsala tolua" On.
Since September 1 rehearsals have been
;otng on, especially with the little girls,
Alio are to lead the different figures in
lie ballot. They have been under Mr.
. lianiber's personal Instruction for years,
nany of them and they have been trained
nto a surprising versatility and skill In
liffirult dancing steps. Of course no one
Miuld think a child unusual, whose na.tural
atitudes in play were graceful and Inter-
stlng, but to see a child of 8 or 9 years
'. hirllng, kicking and posing with all the
igor and grace of an experienced dancer
3 a pleasurable surprise. The little leaders
l.om air. Chambers lias chosen are artists.
hid small damsel whose diminutive skirts
ang scarcely to her knees aud whose
air sticks out in short pigtails when she
i playing with her companions In her own
.luther'B back yard goes splnlng around
he floor of the Auditorium In rehearsal
alanccd on the tips of her toes as sklll-
ul as a Terpslchorean from gay Paree.
."here Is nothing strained or unpleasantly
irtitlclal about tlie dancing ot these ehll
ireen. They are so carefully trained that
hey are able to take advantage of all
I he arts of the dancer without losing the
I harm of their natural childish beauty.
When i' ii"- begins tlie night of
tVnt : Z00 woodland elves garbed in
i"rJe and fanciJVul dresses will be swarm
In upo.t the floor. There will be green
fro.L end other animals, horny little
pnohicj and fairies with gossamer wings
every kind of elf or brownie that is
kr.owii. These will disport themselves upon
the sreenward and await the coming of
tho rrlnce royal.
The dancers of his highness will then
be brought before therri for their amuse
ment. The La Clcola, a Spanish dance,
will be given first by six or seven little
girls, whose tambourines and Spanish cos
tumes will make them picturesque. When
they have finished their dance they will
form a group about the Spanish flag,
which will be posted at one side of the
Little Hutch Clrla.
The next figure will be a rollicking dance
by little Dutch girls, who will, when they
have finished, go to their flag. This will
be the close of each figure of the naliouul
dances aud the different nations will be
represented by their groups In costume
about the flags.
A second Spanish dance will follow the
Dutch, and after them a stately minuet by
the court dancers. A very elaborate and
beautiful figure ' called the garland will be
participated In by a much larger number
of children, and nt the end of It two girls i
will give a solo skirt dance. Another elab
orate figure called the "Bursting of tlie
Rose" will follow, and then comes the last
An American flag will move across the
floor toward the throne, and when ad
vanced six little girls will be seen witli
heads, bobbing evenly to a spirited Jig. Be
fore the throne they will continue their
Jigging to the tune of "Dixie" until the
Ives, fairies and the royal court will
swarm upon tlie floor shouting and cheer
ing In a grand finale.
The lucky two who will play the prince
and the princess have not yet been chosen.
This will be a court secret until a few days
before the ball, when they will be old and
hurriedly rehearsed Into a fitting royalty
of bearing. It Is the desire of Mr. Cham
bers that every child who Is present in the
Aullturium that night take part as one of
the band. Children from out of town are
especially asked to present themselves as
performors, and they will be accepted at
the last moment. ,
oiling his engine It started up suddenly
In some unaccountable manner and his
hand became caught In the dg wheels,
lacerating the lyember very bally, lie wa :
taken to a nearby town, Dixon, aiel In thre
hours his arm was amputntid. lie tlhti
the following day. Mr. Sin sc.iney ha
lived on the reservation for a gnut many
years, being anions the firl vt tiers in
FACTS ABOUT TERMINAL TAX
(Continued from Kirst Page.)
lington railroad who should be thoroughly
posted upon such rates; yet lie sny he it
not. Would the board ot directors of the
Burlington road keep this man for it mo
ment in its employ If that board or tiny
member of It believed silt h a .ttateineul .'
This man testified where the But lington
switched cars loaded with tlie live sioe.i
for the other roads Into Kansas City
Stock yards tile rate was fi. This in a
rate this man has control of. He urns1
have known that there was a difference
between the live stock switching rate hi
South Omaha nt 50 cents a tar und the
live stock switching rale at Kan .as City
of 13 per car. lie was prouality compe
tent to unilersianti mere was a iiuinT
In hl.4 figures. If lie hud sal. I tlie .'i.i-eeni
rate was reasonable what t ni.it h li ne
said as to the ii rate nt tviiiun i n .'
And this is practical. y ihe oi-IMou of
every railroad which nm appiaivd li .re
They have not aiieinpieii io snow in.u
this rate was not unreasonably low.
We submit Mr. S ens to the lender rcii
slderatlon of this commission.
W. D. McHugli for the Hock Island filed
an argument to show that under the luw
and facts the Railway commission has no
power to require the railroatl company to
pay the increase In switching churffes Hint
the commission may authorise.
.! Highness la loach.
Ip lumbllng of the coach that bears his
in in all kinds nt aquutic sports, it Is the
t.nlv p.Kslhle rark fronting on the river, or
It rounds out ami' completes the system '"Iguness will be heard across 'the draw-
tf parks, parkways and boulevaiUs of Lie bridge before the city wall and the blare
c iv efoina ,.. 4 ..j iir..tu. uw.... .. v.... ( l( t- Wlli announce his approach.
mences at Hlverview paik. oveiion.: tlie ,
Missouri valley to the south, traverses tho The prince, a debonair youth, with his
ravines anil sightly hills, between the busl- ! retinue of burly guards and elegant
IRISH LEAVING ISLE
(Continued from First Tage.)
assault which she complained of waa be
cause he found his loaf an eighth of an
Inch short on his return from work. The
magistrates ordered Spence to provide
proper food for his wife and made blm
give sureties to carry out their order.
F. X. CL'LLEN
Call and get our terms when in need of
money. Confidential. Fidelity Ioan Co., I0
North Twonty-fouiih street.
Stars and Stripes)
ATTEMPT TO KILL GOVERNOR
(Continued from First Page.)
New Jersey, but will discuss the cass no
further. It was learned, however, that
the postal authorities have little hops ot
catching the person who mailed the pack
age. The package waa mailed on August 18,
the day after Governor Fort issued his
proclamation regarding the sale of liquor
on Sunday in Atlantic City. The advice
was contained In an ordinary li-cent gov
ernment envelope and the Philadelphia
authorities had their attention attracted
to It because Its weight required the plac
ing of a J-cent "due" stamp upon it. Be
coming rusptcious. the postal Inspectors
were notified and after an examination of
the package. W. D. Ryan, an Inspector,
wrote to Qovornor Fort. -
nt-ss ctnti-r ami the befct resldeiic portion
of Omaha, and will end at Levi Carter
park, encircling the city
An outer boulevard, from Miller park to
Fentenelle, Klmwood and llanscom, with
suitable connections on Florence boule
vard, Ponienelle boulevard ami a boule
vard yet to be located from Bemis p'rl
wsst. connecting the Central houltvHrd an
the outer boulevard will complete the par'
sail boulevard (rm of Omaha for a
While the board has not yet taken '
the matter of improvements, the gener.
design belpg considered is a free bath hour
aud boat house at Thirteenth and Locu
streets, a pavilion on Ames avenue, nee
the water's edge, with another bathir
beach near that point, and suitable nn
mertal arches at the entrance at SIxteenI
snd Ames avenue arid Avenue F In Ku
' Advertise In The Bee It goes Into thi
homes of those you are trying to reach.
courtiers, will advance to his throne st
one end of the hall. When he la seated
'lower girls will advance to the throne I
nd scatter garlands
The approach of tne Cinderella's pump
In carriage will be unwiounced and she
ill come beiore her ptinco and offer her
ainty foot for the trial of the glass slip,
ur, as an unknown maiden sponsored only
her fairy godmother. When It Js found
ist her wee foot Is Just the proper else
r the shoe the court will proclaim her
a prince's bride and she will be crowned,
n the arm of the gallant prince Cinderella
ill be escorted across the room to the
ther end, where she will, sit beside him
n a double throne, snd the obsequious
uid splendid court will do her honor.
ALLIANCE. Neb., Sept. ll.-(Special Tel
egram.) William Mumper, one of the early
pioneers of this section and an old soldier
with a creditable war record, died here j
today as a result of a complication oi ur
eases due to old age. Mr. Mumper accu
mulated considerable property during tils
active career, which Is left to his wife and
one aon. who is doing service at present
in the Navy department.
Evangeline Christina Huit, daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. Adolph Hult, pastor of the
Swedish Lutheran Emmanuel church,
Nlnteenth and Cass streets, died Baturdsy
morning, sf.er an lllnesa of two days, sged
17 months. The funeral announcement will
be made later.
Fatal Threshlag Aerldeat.
MITCHELL. 8. D-. Bept. U. (Speclal.)
The first fatal accident that has been e
ported from ths reservation during the har
vest season is the death of Frank Bmis
chney, who resided near Iona. He operated
a large steam threshing outfit and whUe
Made from pure
1 water from tne
low Springs, by
Only the choicest malted barley
and purest quality Imported Bo
hemian hops are used in Its mak
ing. It is the Ideal family beer. Order
a case for your home today.
Thirty ($3.00) Green Trading
Stamps with every case, ( 2 dozen
large bottles) price $2.25
Fifteen ($1.60) Green Trading
Stamps with every case ( 2 dozen
small bottlesprice... 81.25
OrriCZ lOT Karasjr Street
Paoaa Douglas 1306
IB1WIBT-M aad Xlokorj ana.
raone Douglas 1HI
Out-of-town customers must add
$1.25 extra for case and bottles,
which will be refunded when re
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