Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, April 18, 1909, NEWS SECTION, Page 3, Image 3
THE OMAITA SUNDAY BEE: ATOTL 18, 1909. Nebraska f Nebraska Nebraska rVRNISHBWS Or HOTXIS. CLUBS AND Hf.STAVR ANTS. AS WTLL AS PRIVATF. HOMrS i :l ! 14 ' M. it i 1 CONVICTS TO BE TAILORS W. L. Cunningham of St Louis Seeks Contract for Their Labor. PLANS TO INSTALL MACHINERY State Hoard Thinks Berlmlr of ProiHMttloW that Will Net Slat? Oat a Dtr a Mm. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LIKCOE.N. April 17. (Special.) W. L. Cunningham of BU Louis Is anxious to em ploy the prisoner li. the state penitentiary in a tailor shcp. Mr. Cunningham called on the members i f the Stste Board of Public La.uls nml Buildings this afternoon and proposed to employ every prisoner who is abl. to work In the manutacture or clothing for laborers. Should f'-i board agree to his proposi tion Mr. Cunnlng'.iam aald he would In stall about $ISX worth of machinery and ret busy at oiicfc. He told the board It would cost the state less than the broom factory costs In the matter of heat and power. L'nder the contract with the Lee Broom- company the board cannot let all the prla oners to the pioposed contractor, but it la the opinion of the board Mr. Cunningham trill be willing to use a portion of the men, ibout 123, for the present. The Lee con tract calls for not more, than 250 men. When It first began to dicker with the St. Louis man the board was under the Impression It could terminate the Lee con tract on six months' notice, but upon ex amination It discovered that the contract could be terminated after six months notice provided tne state used the con vlcts. This was put in the contract with the expectation that the legislature might take some steps to put In a twine factory or other manufacturing plant to be run by the state. It Is expected. If a contract is made with the St. Louis man that It wilt net the state about 60 cents a convict a day.' Mr. Cun ningham is anxious for a long-time con tract and will meet with the board again Monday. Under the law the governor makes the contract and It la approved by the board and action today .was delayed because the governor could not meet with the board. Should a contract be made with Mr. Cunningham the use of the convicts In raising sugar beets would not materialise, which would be very pleasing to the war den and to members of the state board. Mr. Cunningham told the board if he ' were permitted to use the six female con victs ha could furnish the state Institutions with socks and stockings at 46 cents a doxen pairs. Mrs. Shallenbera-er Heoogalsed. Mrs. Bhallenberger is coming In for some A committee was authorised to select twenty-five choice books to be recom mended by the Reading Circle board for school libraries for the year 190&-1O. Arrangements were made for tha publica tion of the reading circle bulletin In suffi cient quantity to supply each teacher in the state with a copy. This bulletin will also contain tha provisions of tha law and tha principal regulations governing the Issuance of teachers' certificates in Ne braska. Framptoi Mad Chairman. W. C. Frampton was this afternoon elected chairman of the republican city committee to conduct the campaign. With the candidates, Mr. Frampton will select the committee. Land Crooks Do Big Business Forged Deeds and Inquiries Arriving Every Day at Kearney Reg-, ister'i Office. X EAR NET, Neb., April 17. (Bpeclal.)- A letter received by Register of Deeds Wheelock of Buffs lo county, Friday, Indi cates a syndicate of land crooks Is oper ating around Columbus, O. This letter contained another spurious deed and ab stract for a section of land that Is not even located In this county. V. P. Churches, also of Columbus, O., is I. M. Raymond Drops Dead in Lincoln Hotel Leading Business Man of Capital City and State Expires Suddenly After Short Walk. (From a Btaff Correspondent.) UNCOLN, April 17. (Special.) I. M. Raymond, one of the most prominent clt Isens of Lincoln, dropped dead In the Lin coln hotel about 4:90 thla afternoon. Mr, Raymond left hie office on West O street snd walked to the Lincoln, and shortly after entering the lobby of the hotel where he was living collapsed'. John Marshall and others went to his assist ance, but life was extinct. Mr. Raymond lived at the Lincoln. , Mr. Raymond was about 60 years of age nnd was a pioneer resident of this city. He founded a .large wholesale grocery house, with which he was Identified at the time of his death. He was born in England. For years he had been a leader in the social, bualness and- flnancialy affairs of the city and was at one time a member of the legislature. He was prominently identified with the republican party; Mr. Raymond leaves a widow, three sons and a daughter. A brother, A. S. Ray mond, lives In Lincoln, and another Is prominently connected with N. T. tha purchaser in this Instance and the brother documents are even coarser than those re- Union college at Schenectady celved here a few riava nn from R Rprra Of the nm lt TV. ..m. fl,.lltnil I n.rrrjur. "r notaries- nam., a.... n M. n. .. an- WATERLOO, Neb.. April 17. (Special.) peared on the previous one and the deed The '"rveyors on the chalnage work describes the land as being In Buffalo on Klkhorn valley are making good county and as a matter of fact it would Psres. having completed oyer ruUf inn wurK in me imu wewu biuco his be near Hershey, Neb., In Lincoln county. A volume of Inquiries have been pouring Into Mr. Wheelock s office asking about tha nature of different pieces of land In this county. All are from the vicinity of Columbus. Chsrles Terrell of DeGroff, O., started. There have been a dozen men at work, divided into three gangs, with Messrs. Nelson, Towl and Tracy as instrument- men. One gang has taken the levels on the east side of the river from the Washington county line almost to the states that he has traded for the same outh ,,ne of thl(l county and will corn section ,of land that was deeded to B. Scrra pIe.te the worK to the mouth of the river and wants to know If It Is mountainous or in Hamv countv bv the end of next table land and whether coal beds or oil wek. Another gang has been running wells exist thereon. John W. Moore of lines for the ditches on the west, be Cynthlana, Ky., has bought a bogus deed tween the two rivers, and the other gang. for section 16-12-28, described as being in with Fred Towl In charge, haa been this county, but aa per section number It working along the river on the west side would be near Maxwell, Lincoln county. of the Elkhorn river. Bert Tracy, who Mr. Wheelock has returned the docu- was in charge of the gang running the ments to the senders, advising them that lines east of the river, has been sue Buffalo county land la not for sale throuah ceeded by Mr. Klnkald. Harry Nelson any "sight unseen VICTIM syndicate. Is In charge of the ditch work. OF GUN ACCIDENT Stolen Mail Sack Recovered AUBURN, Neb.. April IV. (Special.) Yesterday evening some children playing near the place called the waste dump, In the north part of town, found a mall sack full of mall. It had been cut open and GUIDE ROCK. Neb.. April 17.-(Special. I of wWch had openedi and ,. contained fact evidently convinced Rafaa rrovrell. Accidentally Shot hr Brother. Dies Near Galde Rack. of the praise the governor received for -uf us Crowell. who was accidentally shot h th.V L n them signing the S o'clock closing law. Today by his brother. Waldo Crowell. Sundir. ! . she received a gold pin with the lnscrlp- Aprn 4. while hunting ducks, died at the tnem that it WM not ordlnary w.t, and tlon, 8 p. m. engraved In a monogram, family home southwest of Oulde Rock th(.n run alarmed across the street to a Written on a card was the following: "This Thursday evening. The funeral will be con- neighbor and Informed her of the find. Jltlle souvenir represents the sentiment of ducted by Rev. O. W. Pool at the home On examination It was found to be the four-fifths of northwest Nebraska. No Sunday afternoon at t o'clock and burial mttl sack that was stole from the depot higher honor can come Vto the governor of will be at the Guide . Rock cemetery. He last September. It was the sack con- thr state. The note was signed 'T. M. leaves a wife and six small children, father, talnlng the Omaha and Kansas City mall. waicou., mother and several brothers and sisters. which comes down on the plug and lays Halaton Case Tat Over. . over here until the night train. Invest!- The hearing of the Ralston rate case be- . Badly Bitten by Monkey. gation Is being made. Night before last foro the State Railway commission has HUM BO LPT, Neb.. April 17. (Special.)- a sack containing the same mall was been postponed until April 27. This post- M"Ur Perr'. the 4-year-old son of Riley stolen fra mtha depot here and this last ponement was due to the illness of Colonel O'Keeffee. . U laid up at his noma In this find may throw some light on this lest C. R. Knena. whnne repent break into the " 'ul1 interesting ar.a thett. lime light as a colonel on the staff of the aa"erou Ir'tnc w .... He was at the Palmer-Wheelock store, " lw ' where his father works, and while all the ' employes were giving their attention else- iKinmi utiore i;ommisaion. Cattle Thlcrea Busy VALENTINE. Neb., April 17. (Special.) I A ranchman named Deal, living a few where he jttemDted to make the annualnt. I miles Cflt Of hCF, h&d 8lX tlC&d Of Cftttlo The complaint of Edward Pyle, secretary ance of the pel monkey kept bv this firm stolen from him last night and while he of the Ownera' and Drlvera' association. for advertising purposes. The animal had waB abl to track the cattle thieves for has been set for hearing before the Rail- but a few moments before been broue-ht In a few miles he soon lost their trail. Sher- way commission on April , and the com- from the sidewalk because some lads had ,f Bossetcr went out this afternoon and plaint of the lptlke Grain company nasi been teasing htm. He was still angry and I scoured around for a while, but was un- been set for May 6. I when the O'Keefee youngster attempted I aDle to locate anything. BohaiMia Tak HlnVa. I 10 mfl,J friends the monkejT flew at him. t. i. .in worn. Kf"'l'li biting him to the best of Jom DbJ 8e" Prison. of Superintendent 3. W, Crabtre. of the ' llity. Fastening hi. teeth Into the PAWNEE CITY Neb.. April 17.-(SpeclaI Peru normal school and of Superintendent "mb was only pulled away Telegram)-John Dale who ha. been In Thomas of the Kearney achool. It Is very " ''n' cnoKeo and his Jaws M' " "V . k t m evident that Prof. Cr-btree threw hi. card. 1 " . Ihd "a. badly l.cer- clothing from the Hotel Murphy In Table j L . kAna. n..arlr m nnntntat b-d! r:h, me. wlth the bolrd w h"thOUt -c.t,on.. It held Us first scaslon. and It Is also very Hamboldt Wine from Tecnmaeh evident that Prof. Thomas lias pmnea nisi HUMBOLDT, Neb.. April 17.-(8ierial.t-1 Slona City Man Bays Clrcas. faith to the .old Doara, necause no laiica the inteThlgh school debate between the NORFOLK. Neb., April 17. (Special Tel- to meet wtlh the new board. There Doing teams from Tecumssh and Humboldt took egram.)-The Smith Bros.' circus of Noi a whole lot of human nature In the makeup place at the high school building In this tolk, formerly the Lemen Bros.1 clrous, baa just been sold to parties In Bloux City, names not given. Rock, pleaded guilty today and was sen tenced bv Judge Rnptr to tha penitentiary for eighteen months. a t . . 1 .J . . l - I ...l. int.. I -,!,-. . . J I i oi venn ixwiui tncic im itim. i"-jr iimiButf wenini in me presence or a about what will happen to one of the good sized crowd. superintendents at least when the courts THe question for consideration was. "Re- have finally settled which board is the real solved, Th'it disputes between capital and board. labor should be settled by boards of arbl- Car Repairer Asks Damaa-ea. tratlon with compulsory powers." and the Henry Ernest seeks to recover l,99l visitors argued for the affirmative, while - i a i r liA i i nrnui for the loss of the end of one ringer me locaia looked after the negative. Te- commenced to Nebraska News IV'otes KEARNEY The Union Pacific has re ceived at this place four section motor cars tor work in the yards. PLATTSMOUTH The Burlington haa through an accident, while he waa work- cumseh's debaters were Russell Chamber- hero 24xt feet. The atructure is lo be Ins In the car repair department of the I lain, Morgan Djvla and Robert Davidson. rme- Burlington shops here. He began action wnue Humboldt s were Morgan Walsh, fitBKA8A CITY H. H. Hanka, mho In the district court Saturday morning 8am Zimmerman and Miss Nina Snow T." be'n ii'irtJ'01u1y fof several days, for that amount and allege, the loss of The judges. Prof. Simon, of Table Rock! "hou.Z' XiXSSvZ "nd U " I lie end of the middle ringer or nis leu rrui. . u. neamond or Lincoln and At hand aa the ground of his action. I torney James of Falls City, rendered a ver- Ernest was a ear repairer and was I diet In favor of the negative. No indlvM. orklng for the Burlington in that ca- I uai marklmji were made. pavlly. BEATRICE Miss Ella Converse, who t o wed tl. C. Thoman, waa given a rlc,e nunrr in jviein aiore, yeaieraay evening wnrre ane, naa cnarge or tne candy depart-ment. The Bankers Life I'ndeclded. uncertainty of the Bankers Life TECUM8EH Oeorre Power haa thl week opened a new meat market and gro cery store In Vesta, a town eight miles and escaped by rolling Wet Member Reala-na TABLE ROCK. Neb.. April 17.-(8peelaJ.) Insurance company uniting to build the r- L- "ulkner. one or the "wet" mem- WMt ?' th' city. Harry Reynolds of Te- t.n-.to.y .-.rueure that was anticipated er. of the village board, sprung a sur- 'i""1 ""f Wllh h at Tenth and O streeta has caused con- f" the meeting of the village board A .K at a'costSlS W wlu Se sidcrable discussion among the atock- lR,t night by handing in hla resignation, dedicated with appropriate exercls'ea Acrll holders or tne r irsi isaiionai Dint wno i - " 'iiini, ana ma successor ap- l nenrwn. ex-siate superintendent nr. ini.reaied In the erection of a build- pumiea immeaiately in the person of O. I ""u uimri win taae pari i n--. r..nH i.w h. MS. Austin, mihn imnii.i.i. . . i iM- u iWDriM jeorge L,lddell. son flt R.u. H.rc. ,.F.w I . " - . anH Mra Hh.r. 1 AAAH i.J u. . - . I I t 1, J 1 I HA.alkl. 1 a IMT t lnb hla nffin. m n 1 , j , . . ' VI V,IJ, la r iril rsaiiunai vann, aim ifc fUBBlu" I .w- .... v. . ,w i viir. rimurp nan I hnm. fpnm inm.ihln. - i . that a stock company compoaed of the been brought to bear to compel the res- 1 In the United States army In Cuba. He bank and the Insurance company dl- ignation of Faulkner or have him loae hla w" memoer of Company I, Fifth Infan ra,.inra mav hullri a ten-atorv structure I office of varrimaatar fnr tha Un.iin.i nn I ' I DIPlTDtir I L. , .A . . . . . . i . . . . - . i. . , AH-isrt.ii. i . i w . . . ... . i , i v i v. i. ix j ii -imrni n. m 1 1 r a m nr inai win oe ne pruptnj vi u i fuamuii no naa amy rinea ror sev- In vara .,....i-j : " . -n- cerns and will be occupied by both. eral years. It waa thought If he realgned ago and eamc near halna killed H. . , II la not yet known whetner tne eanK-i nis successor would not be named until I tamed a broken rib and severe bruises eis Lire win join in tne project. 11 is ine organisation or the new board May 1. possible that the Commercial cluo, tne I ir the appointment holds good until May First National Dank and Uie Banners i. 1910, nothing has been accomplished. Life Insurance company may all erect I for the board will atlll.be three wet to separate buildings. I two dry. There I. difficulty In gsttlng Do . Attacks Child. I the requisite number of freeholders to Fearing that his 2-year-old child had sign ths salon petition h.an bitten by a do-. H. C. Luckey of Fortieth and Holdrege streets bad the aewaro Beans Mlaalaa; , hiiV wound! cauterised. The dog was I SEWARD. Neb., April 17. (Special.) gnawing a bone In the yard and when tne I The county board met this week and tried I700 commission for making the trade or child stepped near the dog turned about to locate the missing court house bonds. .,""ir"me"'1 ,n miln ths same. -.!... Ha hand. The dot waa act. I Fifteen thousand dollars worth of tha u ...rr were - - - I - 1 vrinlfd n V rna eountv n I . r Ir tn A Hhn. n . 1.. b. - I. wua . 1. a .1 I kmH. w a r. H irlill amna. Ih. , 1. ..... I ' . . . " ' ing sirncij " i - "r " uccuin or uiooon and Mlas Bessie Brraa police station and killed, and it appears I tee. of the eatate of Lewis Moffltt, to be I ler of Kearney: also to Oeorge M. Breaslei ....ihi. thai the animal waa affected held until the countv should be rea.lv n I of Kearney and Miss Addie F. McCann o i..-.i.nnhol,l use then, for hul'din. It 1. deatr.l . '"" A double wedding WU1 be held In " .... .. -. . "-"It ha near r ill L.r.v ... . ' - a -I I k..ll4 i.ii k... .1.. 1. i I Auditor Barton listened to Vlfty or sixty 1 eldentally mislaid and as yet have not been I lumber bualneas.' has Just closed two deals insurance men this afternoon In the enat I found. Until they are found the building for land near Ponca. He haa bought 400 ..iw ,. .nrf aaalnat soeclai con. will be necessarily postponed. vl J norm or kiiaiiuw.1 mim I ... I antm ,wt ma. irrfl anulfl fll I'nn i- a u Km . tracts In policies. Besides msklng argu-1 . two mllea. from Messrs. Hurley at Mellon. . . . .1.1. . t ""T " I Tk. r.rl.. I. lA ... I- ,. menu lor ana '" vt i uvuudtu w.. ... I - --- - - .-. anm. ne ih. inai.ranra men took occasion to I - v.v.jh .oiviau.j i recently secure a a qaaner section near some of the Insurance men ioo w -Clifton Eddy, the 16-y.ar-old bov who Newcastle, trading In a good houaa and booat their own eoropamea ana snow up kirkt i.v . h ... ... lot In Newcastle. Mr. Francis now owns Uie weak points in others, all of which will ,.,. . fr.Ptlir.rt .v,i i. .,iiT .h. ' wc"- of Ponc- about tho body under the fence. NEBRASKA CITT-Word haa hem re celved here that Car! Mclntire. formerly of this city, met with an accident at St Loula which will cause him to lose one of ni. iimos. He is the son of J. H. Me intire, a former realdent of this city. NEBRASKA CITY The Welt Investment company of Omaha haa brought suit against J. W. Butt of this city, who recently irsoed ins siock or goods for land, clalmln R6HHRD & WILHELM qiq.l(3.18 South 16th Street Draperies and Lace Curtains WORK SCREENS Our showing for spring and summer is the most complete line of draperies, lace curtains, and hangings of every kind that you can find in the west. By com parison we can convince you that here quality is better, and prices are lower. Nottingham Lace Curtains, in new styles, dainty borders, serviceable, per pair $1.25 Cable Net Curtains this is an excep tional heavy serviceable curtain for parlor and library, per pair. . .$2.45 Princess Curtains with braid appliqued on extra heavy French net Arabian color, per pair $3.50 Cluny Curtains with edge and two-inch hem, 3 yards long, 50 inches wide, per pair $3.95 Duchess Lace Curtains, the most stylish curtain for parlors and library, at, per . pair $6.75 Covered In c r e t onne, has drop helf. two work bass, places for spools, scIb Bors, etc., pedal each $3.95 u Novelty Net Curtains with fancy edge, in Arabian color; special value at, per pair .......$1.95 Brussels Lace Curtains, always good for bed rooms, per pair .$4.95 BED SPREADS Mntto from French -muslin with bolster covers perset, at ; .$3.95 Cretonne Spreads, made with full val ance, bolster cover, all colors, epmprete, for $i.95 Taffeta Bed Spreads with bands appli-. qued or plain, set, complete. . .$9.50 Bolsters, closed paper rolls, ea., $1.25 Bolsters, open back for pillows. $2.00 . , s Special Sale of riental Rugs ?- "We never had an Oriental Rug sale that seemed to attract as much real interest as this sale has. There is a good reason for this special interest which is due to the assembling of more than an ordinary display. This stock comprises an unusual lot of artistic and especially fine pieces not displayed at special sales. We know this stock will bo most interesting to all lovers of Oriental rugs. In the lot are to be found some values extraordinary. Come Monday or any time during the coming week and let us show you the beautiful art pieces in this $50,000.00 sale. Special Sale of Arts and Crafts. Furniture We have just received a carload of the celebrated Stickley Bros. Arts and Crafts or Mission furniture, consisting of settees, chairs, rockers and tables. An unusually large assortment of patterns in beautiful brown fumed finish. These goods are all of ths highest character of crarfdroctaon, Tijiub'oilir ing is the test Spsmofih. go&t feather. .Note some -of our special .offers: i v i in in n mi Arm Chair or Hocker (Ilka cut) Span ish leather seat and leather pad back, 120.00 value, special, each 914.78 Rocker (like cut) loose Spanish leather seat, $12.50 value, spec ial at $9.75 Chair and rocker (like cut) S10 value, special each $7.50 High back rocker, (like cut) $16 value, special. .. .$11.00 Special Showing of Dining Room Furniture Extraordinary preparations have been made this sea son to make this the most complete and largest assortment of furniture for the dining room ever displayed in the west. Prices are consistently low considering the quality and style. Here are examples: This elegant Colonial style Buffet, made of best quarter sawed white oak, golden or early English finish or in genuine mahogany. Base is 22 inches deep and 46 inches long, haa French bevel mirror 12x38 inches. One drawer lined for silver ware, has large double cabinet with linen drawer below. A heavy scroll effect, trimmed with wood knobs. Price cither finished in oak. $42.00; or dull mahogany $45.00 China OaMnet to -rrmiri. has one -mxrrar back, elxlaer fxn- ; f ish of oak, $35.00; dull mahogany, $37.00 WNIO CHAIR SPECIAL Cretonne upholstered, for bed rnrami a vpit nttv rwttprn And vprv Hnhst-Rntin.1 full sized chair; special, each $18.75 Have yon visited our Stove and Kitchen Ware Department in the Basement? Clrel Bear. I hope of his recovery. One aid haa haan The Nebraalra State Teachers' Readms I almost completely paralysed and ha has Lircia ooard met In Lincoln Miuraay. i been lo a sml-comatose eondiUon all this April It. and adopted books for the teacli- j um.. x large piece of skull was taken era readtnt circles for 1-10. A set of I out when operated on by the doctors. The three books was adopted ta be (urnlsnM i lad Is ret alulng partial uaa of hi paralysed mx m aasiasoaxa caaa aireci to w isacner. I iimoa, LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE FOR BITMJ FDR BTATB PRINT Ing. Bids will be reoeived by the State Prtntlnc Board at the offtoa of tha secre tary of stata at Lincoln, Nabraaka. on or before 4:30 o'clock p. m . Monday, April M, ix. tot printing and binding 1,600 oopiea session laws. 1,000 copies house Journal, l.uuo copies senate journal, j.iw copies audltor'a alatement of legislature expense, 6u0 copies report of biHrtmg and loan aa aoctatlon, l,6no coplea reort of banking de partment. 10,000 coplea acnooi laws, o.wu copies agricultural report, 6.000 coplea horticultural report, . copies Historical Society report. 1,600 copies dairyman's re port, 1,000 copies repori oi ruin way com mission, and 2,500 copies insurance sum mary. Also tor furnishing staled quan tities of stationery, supplies, blank books. printing, ets., for the Asylum at Lincoln, Home for the Friendless, Industrial Home st Mllford, Institute fnr Feeble Minded Youth, Orthopedic hospital, penitentiary, Soldlera" and Sailors' Home at Burkett, Soldiers' and Sailors' Home at Mllford, lllrls' Industrial school, Geneva; governor, j auaiior ox pu:uc m.-i-.iuui, .niciiur ui suite, treasurer, superintendent of public instruction, commissioner of public lands and buildings, attorney general, adjutant general. Hallway commission, aupreme court, banking department. Irrigation department, insurance depailment, labor bureau. Library commission. Game and Fish commission. Pure Fuol commission. Historical society, Board of Equalization and Assessment, and De partment of Nebraska. Grand Army of the Hepubllc. Kpeclflcilions for same can be found on file in the office of the secretary of stale. All bids must be accompanied by a bond equal In amount to the probaoie cost or tne wora nm upon. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Lincoln, Nebraska, April 15, STATIC PRINTING HOARD, by H. O. Thomaa, Secretary to tho Board. A16dot NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS THE Board of Education .of the scnoul district of Omaha Invites sealed bids (or the con struction of the Fore.t School butlrtlna, to be erected on the Forest site at Fourteenth and Phelps streets, Omaha. Nebraska. Pl.ns, svaclica.llons and bidders' blanks may be obtained at mo otnee or Fiederlck v. Clarke, archlusct. 66 Brandcts huirding, Omaha, on and after April 11 All bids must be made on bidders' blanks furnished by said architect. A certified check for not less. than S per cent of the amount of the bid. drawn In favor of the School res trict ef Omaha, must accompany each bid, as a guarantee that the bidder will enter Into a contract In accordance wlih said bid. Bids will close st T:3u p. m. on May t, at which time all bids on file with the secretary will be opened In open board meeting In presence of tha public. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any defect or Informality In any bid should It be deemed In the interest of the school district to do so. Send sealed envelopes containing bida to the underslcnad, marked aa follows: "Bid on Forest School." ). BrROESS. Secretary, it City Hall, Omaha, Nebraska. inruin.. OUR SHOW WINDOWS IPWVTTE A"TTK3JT ION THE HOME OF" QUALITY CLOTHES HASN'T IT EVER OCCURRED to you that a store so immeasurably superior in regard to suits, overgarments, etc., would likely make extraordin ary efforts to have such articles as shirts, underwear, hosiery, neckwear, etc., every bit as well selected and attractively priced! TAUPE GREY SHIRTS are the mode of the moment beautiful, soft grey ground with harmon izing Btrlpea the cwelleet thing In town $1.50 MAnhattana at $1.50 nj and E. A W.' at $3 up wrj never more at tractivethat 1b saying considerable in view of their past superiority. I " HALF-MINUTE STORE-TALK This is a man-to-man business. It isn't merely a matter of getting your money with us six more a matter of getting your goodwill that is why we are so anxloua -to have you come In and make any "kick" you may have to us man-to-. man. You feel better, so do we. in a man-to-man store. NECKTIES There Is something so different about our Ties that people who see them involuntarily comment on their fticlualveness 50 t0 $1 Underwear In great variety. Horieay, too In fact, nothing miss ing to make this great di-t attractive to you The same modern methods prevail in it that characterize the whole store and make it the most widely discussed and most minutely imitated store In tho west. We solicit your trade. 7 if ' 4 L Wit mmm. am :mMk mm mm Boo Want Ads Bring tho Returns M II H 5 ii II w -. -i.a-j---.W-,'-aJ.'