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HIK OMAHA SUNDAY BKK: MAY J. VM
Vfll INC MACHINES LOSE OUT
discarded Entirely for City Election
by Judge Troop's Decision.
;OURT GRANTS THE MANDAMUS
t-i.tmllBM Ballat " tll
i sell for All ..all-aloi
l.eaane yprla to
' niai hlnes will not be used t the
i;. election Tuesday.
Judive Troup granted Saturday morning
.he mandamus against City Clerk Butler
-ayel for by the republican candidates
'or city engineer and the excise board.
The Australian ballot, according to the
cims of the court's order, will be the
lily election devica used.
Judge Troup declared that "not only the
ri. nut common fairness to the candidatei
mil all of the candidates and to tho voter.
mid Hie- integrity and fairness of the elec
H'. n Itself require that the prayer of the
p thinners be granted."
'The decision was based upon section 11.
chapter l7. of the General Laws of Ne
I'taska. This provides;
Thai at all elections where voting ma
chine? shall be used the voting machine
shall be regaidcd and treated as a substi
tute for the paper ballot and ballot boxes
"The plain Intent of the legislature." de
clined the imirt, "was that the voting ma
chine should replace the ballot in entirety,
.not In part; that It ahould be a substitute
'or the paper ballot as a whole. Moreover,
i linos l- In the next breath the legislature
ald .that 'official ballots of the kind here
tofore used ,hall not be furnished when
st any election voting machines arc em
:lned.' o Merit In the Contention.
"It Is claimed that the petition came too
late; that tho- time la so short It ia Irn
ooFslhle that theae ballots can be prepared.
It goes without sHylng there la no merit
n tills contention. If any one should have
'fcnown of the multiplicity of candidates It
night to have been the city clerk. . He
s-ould have known of It aa soon as any
niie else or aooner. While the clerk, I have
no doubt, has acted In the utmost good
faith, nevertheless the consequence fol
lows and results rest upon that officer on
account of whom the righta of the candl-
. flatca Hnd voters ahould not be prejudiced
nor the election Itself possibly rendered
"Counsel for the defendant baa raised
the point that a ruling such as I have In
dicnte.1 would make it possible for a de
signing politician to Induce such a number
of candidates to come out at every elec
tion where voting machlnea are to be used
that It would knock out the use of the
machines each time. It li apparent that
- this argument ia a sword which outs two
Where Quality Paramount'
1309 Farnam St.
Both Phonas Prompt Dallvary
Your Favorite Brand of Whis
key or Wine at Cut Price-
SOc, 81. OO and 01.23
The Standard Brand Bottled ia Bond.
W Ship Pour Quarto Prepaid.
Bend for Prlca Lis.
Pride of Omaha
Kvery housewife using ordinary
flout- in bread making, haa often ex
perienced markedly different results
In the bread produced. It was the fault
of the flour sciirre was good and some
bad. It may not have been evenly snd
properly milled for Instance.
Pride or Omaha
riover changes. The hard wheat usd,
oner falla below fixed and very high
xtandaid. TIm process of production Is
iiiiiat acientlflc and positively retains
the greatest possible amount of nutri
tion. I an this most excellent flour and
your bread will always be sweet, pure
$1.70 per sack,
At all grocers
t'PDIKE MILLING COM PA NT, OMAHA,
I'ltMse note the KIM1LAKITY of
mines for thia office. Vote for GtCO.
V. CKAIG flrpublUaQ Nomine, who
watt the former asalMant Oly K.ogl
IWT, CLiBS'l OITIM OT Tn "ABAJUCr
lg.OOO teas, fta. Urg.
Rnaasaally taay n
0UND the WORLD
l.'iuin' New York. tvt. I. 10. .tearly
i.i'ii iiionlha. coating only ti0 AND IT.
iHiiiiding all exiwnws afloat and ashore.
SPECIAL nATValCa ata4lra, Bryvt,
Inai. Uloa, Bora, Java, Sorts, rail
liuutne. Japan. Aa aaaaval cbaac to
visit BBttsnally attraoilv plaoas.
1st Aa'l Orteat Cruia. 1. MO aa.
gpring k Bummer Toara Xarap Mr
SajJIM. 0. CXO.BK. Tims Bldf, . T.
ways. It would be even more easy for a
dcaignlng politician. If the ruling had been
the other way, to Induce auch a number
of candidatei to come out that names for
thla office could not bs used upon the ma
chine, but must go upon the additional
It la t nareeated.
"To adopt the method suggested whereby
dual system of voting should be neces
sary would be to Inaugurate something un
heard of In my experience. It la unprece
dented that a portion of the official! of a
tlty should b chosen by one method and
another portion by another. The very sug
gestion Is repellaltt."
Following the decision Lysle 1. Abbott
announced that the Anti-Saloon league can
didates of whom he Is one will carry the
matter to the supreme court, where It will
be heard along with the appeal taken by
Elmer Thomas on Judge Redlck's decision
that the democratic and republican nomi
nee! for the Board of fire and Police Commissioners-
should have the party designa
tion on the ballot.
rsv hot is Titie city rt.r.RK
Daa Bailee and HIM Staff Oet Rest
If you want to see a busy boy cast your
eyes cn Mr.. D. Butler,- city clerk.
The court's ruling St this late day to
place the names of all candldatea for all
offices on printed ballots and vote at Tues
day's election under the old Australian sys
tem, -discarding the voting machines en
tirely", Is causing no end of trouble In the
office of the city clerk. It will also com
pel a- force of printers and - pressmen to
work night snd day from now until late
Monday night and there will be no Sunday
rest for the clerks In the clerk s office ort
ths printers Who turn out the brilolts.
The slips. and charts for the voting ma
chines, together with the poll books, have
all bean printed and prepared for delivery
to the severs.) booths, but these will all
have' to be thrown away. This little
change 1n the' program will cost
the city, about flOUO. ; New poll . books
will have to be , printed , and- bound and
about W.000 ballots. Including official and
sample, muao be printed, counted, sealed
and delivered to the fifty-four voting pre
cincts before ?: o'clock Tuesday morning.
Carpenters will have to be pressed into
the work and booths constructed at most
of the polling places, as the accommoda
tiona are not sufficient for an election
where the vote will be many times heavier
than at a primary.
The ballot will be four feet long and six
Inches wide, the official ballots to be on
white paper and the samples on pink
paper. They will contain an even 1ti
namea. There are three candldatea each
for mayor, clerk, comptroller, attorney and
building Inapector, thirty-six csndidates
for the council; five for city engineer and
forty-four for the Board of Fire and Fo
There will be one column on the ballot
and the name of one candidate In a line.
The democratic nominee for each office
will appear first on all ballots and the
names will not rotate aa at a primary elec
tion. The clerk Is a democrat and he
naturally gives his party the preference.
At the head ef the ballot will appear the
names of the candldatea for mayor
Dahlman, democrat; Breen, republican;
Vaughan, socialist. Ten will come the
candidates for clerk Butler. Oreenleaf and
Weetman and following will be the can
didates for comptroller, attorney and build
ing Inspector, the democrat being named
first, republican second and socialist third.
The five candldatea for city engineer will
com next, then the thirty-six candidates
for the council on the three tickets and
at the bottom will be the candidates for
th excite board. The democratic nominee
for this board will appear first within a
bracket and then the republican nominees
in ths sam form. Th other thirty-six
candidates. Including the four endorsed by
th Anti-Saloon league, will follow without
brackets, aa the league la not a party.
City Clerk Butler says It will take about
a week to count th votss cast under the
Australian ballot law.
Women Spear Men
With Rose Bushes
Tote the Prickly Briers Through the
Streets and Keep Male Per
lively woman has discovered a( new,
albeit an expensive weapon, wherewith to
make horrid man gel out of the way.
A sale of ro bushes was In progress for
some dsys st a Douglas street store, and
from that as a center th aforesaid lovely
women War radiating in all directions
which coincide with public throughfsrea.
The rose' bushes were so large It was
practically impossible to carry them in any
way except transversely across the body.
Thus two or three fe-?t of rose bush covered
with fin, prickly thorns, extended back
of the shoulder almost as far from the
body as the big hats upon which fickle
fashion recently put, we aie told, the
Thus armored snd apportena-nced. the
purchasers of the rose bushes could and
did walk up th street, sometimes literally
cutting a wide awath. Mete men who
failed lo step aside the distance due felt
a series of stings upon th cheek and neck
like unto the bite of a wasp, and on ex
perience proved all sufficient In every caae.
The progress ot the rose bearers proved a
sort of running the gauntlet with reverse
Hemphill ft Buckingham,
All kinds of plating.
FLORENCE WILL HOLD AN
Plorencs will hav an old-fashioned cele
bration of th natal day of the signing of
th Declaration of Independence and it
want be confined to the fourth day of
July either, but will last from Saturday
noon until Monday night or Tueeday morn
lag. depending on how tired the celebrants
get before througti with the strenuous
program now being arranged.
In conjunction with the Eagles, the mer
chants of Florence snd all the residents
a tentative program is being prepared that
will attract attention from all the aur-
rounding country. As now planned the cele
bratlon will stsrt Saturday noon with i
parade, speeches and music
with a dance In the evening.
Sunday will b observed by special ser
vices la all th churches to which th dif
ferent organisations will go in a body-
Monday morning will open up with races
of all kinds, ba ball game, sports, music,
speeches, dancing, winding up In the even
log with a magnificent display of aerial
and pictorial firework. The one aim of
all tho engaged In ptamoting thia cele
bration will b to hav everybody 'hav
uch a good time that they will talk about
Florence lor the whole year.
Be Want Ad Ar Business Boosters.
Have Big Time
Days far the Fa
BUILDING RECORDS BROKEN
La rye it in History of City is
FIFTEEN PERMITS ON MAY FIRST
rirat f Jaaaarr Caaae to -Mll-Ilea
81a Haasrel Thou
This year so far hai been the largest In I
the history of the city building depart
ment and Building Inspector YVIthnell dur
ing the first four months of 190 Issued
permits for new buildings to cost more
than th total erected In any other' period
of four months since the establishment .of
th office. '-,
The highest mark heretofore was estab
lished in 1S7. when permits foi the four
consecutive months amounted to 1.22.j.22r. I
This year the record for January, Febru
ary, March and April Is ll.81g.88S. During
the first four months of last year the
permits' totaled tSM.foS. but ' a , little , over
one-half as much aa this year.
V Record far April.
In the month of April ITS permit were
issued, the. same number as Issued In
April of one year ago. but the ITS permits
for the last month were fur buildings to
cost IttB.SoO. while those ror April, 190fi,
were for buildings to cost $301.n5. The In
crease of April, 198. over April,- ljng. is 82
per cent, or I1M.2S6.
During the last month permits were la
sued for 125 dwellings to cost $oS,SflO; four
warehouses snd factories to coat - SgS.M?;
six 'store buildings U cost $31. VIC; S3 addi
tions, alterations and repairs (o cost 21,
STi. aod eight. mlgcvUtnvpua buildings to
coat SI, 175.
The month of May start off with fif
teen permits for buildings to cost over
150.000. C. G. Va rl brg took oul nine per
mits for dwellings to cost $2S,0QQ and the
Douglas Security company took out three
permits for. dwelllngs'tb coat 116. 000. Three
other permits bring the total for the first
day of th month up to 163,300.
MEN WHO GO ON TRADE TOUR
Last 1. 1st Will Kepreaeat Omaha
Baalaea la W estern Ion a
Jaaat lal Month.
Th! I the lineup ot the Western Iowa
trade excursion which leaves Omaha, May
IT, for a six-day Umr through that part of
Iowa, which is real Omaha trade territory:
AUamB ft Kelly Co., Harry t. Kelly.
Allen Bros., Uo., Oscar Allen," Secy.
American Kauiaior company, A. H. Wil
liamson, manager, Omaha branch.
Armour Uu., R. k.. Harris.
Baker Bros., Kngraving company, N. J.
lieene. &. Runyan Furniture company,
Don T. Lee, sales manager.
Henils Omaha Hag company, Frank
Dr. W. J. Bradbury.
U. K. Bruce & Co., C. K. Bedwell, vice
Byme ft Hammer Dry Goods Co., D. B.
Fuller, vice president.
Byrne ft Hammer Dry tloods Co., F.
Pierson, manager, manufacturing depart
ment. Carpenter Paper company, A. W. Carpen
ter. The Carrigan Coal company, E. H. Rolh
ert. clay-Robinson ft Co.. W. E. Reed.
Commercial club. J. M. Uulld.
John Deere Plow company. K. K. Miller.
John Deere. Plow coinpanv, O. N. Peek,
Robert Dempster company, K. A. McFar
Une. Diets .umber company, O. W.' Dunn.
M. A. Dtsbrow at Co., M. C. Cole, assist
K. Q. Dun ft Co., Frank M. BUah, mana
ger. Th Fairmont Creamery company, E. T.
First National bank, I.. U Kountse.
First National bank, O. T. Eastman.
Great Western Type foundry, 8. J. Pot
J. il. Haney ft Co., W. A. McKey.
Hayward Bros., Shoe company, C. S.
Hayward Bros., Shoe company, Myron
G. Hayward, treasurer.
Ingwersen Bros., Live Slock Commission
company. James Burns.
Johnson Electric company, A. H. Hen
nlng. Journal-Stockman, A. C. Davenpprt.
Kingman Implement company, E. A.
F. P. Klrkendall ft Co., James H. Tay
lor, vie president.
F. P. Klrkendall ft Co., R. W. Moore,
Klopp-Bartlett company, J. B. Redfield.
George H. Le company, George H. Lee,
Lee-Gla-Andreesen Hardware company,
J. Clarke Colt, buyer.
Linlnger Implement company, F. L.
Uve Stock National bank, A. C. William
son. Loose-Wiles Biscuit company, F. E.
Zeiler, general manager.
McCord-Brady company, M. T. Rroith.
Martin Bros., ft CO., insurance, F. T. B.
Martin Bros., ft Co., live stock.
Merchants National bank, C. B. Dugdale.
Merriam ft HolmQulat, Co.. Walter Holm-
Midland uiaas at rami o., i. a. cole-
man, assistant manager.
National Live mock commission com
iseorasaa r-iwinc evmau;, a. .t. jnunro.
Nebraska National bank, H. W. Yates,
Jr.. assistant cashier.
NebtaaKa leiepnona company, w. a. i,
Belt, general manager.
Nebraska Tetepnon company, Guy H.
Pratt, contract agent.
Nebraska-Iowa Grstn company, J. H.
Ne-Schnelder-rowier company, r. t.
D. J. O Brten company, j. Kit ward
Oliver lypewriter company, William B.
Stewart, Jr., manager.
Omaha Crockery company, ueorge t.
Omaha Live Stock Commission company.
J. B. Blanchard.
Omaha National bank. Ecra Millard, as
Orchard ft Wllhelra Carpet Co., Frank
Packer National bank. C. A. Dunham.
Paxton-Eckman Chsnilcal company, W.
Paxton ft Gallagher Co., Paul C. Galla-
F'axton ft uaimaner C"o.. c. e. jonnson.
M. C. Petr Mill company, J. D. Shaw.
H. C. Peters ft CO., R. C. Peters, presi
I'm ter-Ry i aon-H nobler company, Henry
R. Gering, president.
Richardson Drug company, C. patten,
M. E. Smith ft Co.. A. C. Bmltn, presi
M. E. Smith ft Co., Joe Kelley.
South Omaha Uve. tSock exchange, A. F.
Sojth Omaha Tradeis exchsnge.
M. Spleaberger Son Co., N. A. Spies
berger. general manager.
Sunderland Broe., Co.. J. A. Rockwell,
manager of sales.
Swift and Company.
Tagg Bros., James Hilburn.
Trans-Mississippi Grstn company, E. 8.
L'nion Stock yards of Omaha, limited,
Everett Buckingham, general manager.
l'nion Stock Yards National bank, E. F.
United States National bank, W. E.
I nlted States Supply company, W. H.
I pdlke Grain company. C. L. Babcock.
Waterloo Creamery company, Lroy Cor-
Western Electric company, U E. perry,
Western Rock Iland Plow company. C.
F. Johnson, manager.
Wood Bros.. Fred Huhr.
Wright ft Wilhelm company. Paul S.
Yetter-Davlson WslI Psper company.
Will L Yetter. president.
Standard Bridge company. R. Z Drak.
Kemper, Hemphill Buckingham,
All kinds of plstlng.
Be Want Ads Ar Business Boosters.
to Stick to Army
Returns from South Peaceable and
Anxious to Be Forgiven by
I Colonel I harlcs K. Fanning Is home as
pea?able as a lamb. He returned Friday
night from Hot Springs and confirms the
report that he still has his uniform and
i that he hopes the governor will not
cept his resignation as a colonel on the
executive's staff, because he wants lo go
to the Seattle exposition with the "army"
next summer. The colonel laughed at his
huff of month Rgo, when- he sent his
resignation fo the governor and said there
was no uif In crying over spilled milk..
Colonel Fanning avrrs that lie has been
t Hot -Springs and F.xcelslor Springs all
t1ie.tlme he has been away and denica that
he ever even thought of financing Clprlann
Castro and aiding that deposed despot to
regain his footing In Veneiuela. Some of
the colonel's friends circulated the report
that h.was going to Help Gastrin and In
the event the deposed president regained
his p0"Wer, he was to give the colonel a
lake of asphalt In return for the aid.
- -(Continued from-Tlrst rage.)
t0(MX); audited vouchers and account pay
able.. 2f,l.9S; taxes snd salaries accrued
and not paid. $6T,3d5.32; all otlicr liabilities,
t&7,98j.77; surrlus and other funds, fl.'ill.-4S.
Th Omaha ft Southern interiu lan haa
an authorized capital stock of Jl.Ouo.tmft, of
which $300,000 common lias been Issued, but
no preferred. It has no bonds outstanding.
The book cost of structures on June 30,
1WR. was" ,ai6.5". and of equipment $1",
ti5.;48; ', lands, buildings. Xixtureg) etc.,
$3.WSJI;' rasji and current assets. $1. 349.10;
total assets. 327.71f,.. At the d;ite gleen
the company had liabilities as follows,
other than capital stock: Audited vouchers
and accounts payable. $13.087.W; taxes and
salaries accrued snd not paid. Vi2o; all
othr liabilities, I346.S1; surplus and other
funds. S13.at 3: total, 1327.716. 2J.
lallallrs of Telephones.
In Nebraska SOS telephone companies were
doing business on June 30. lifiti. the number
being somewhat Increased since then. Of
Miese fifty two had- a capital In exces of
$25.0of each, while 156 had a capital ranging
from that sum down to l.'.ono. S'ockholder
in the companies numbered 53.253 and there
were :.1S en.ployea on the pay rolls.
These, figures will appear In the first re
port of the State Railway commission, no.v
In press, which will cover allreporla up to
June W. l!iS. Thin report will also contain
many ol'nr Inteiesting ffcets pertaining to
the telephone business as It stretches over
Nebraska on 61. old miles of wire.
Of subscribers living on farms there were
64,33. Indicating that conversation betwe-n
rural residents can be carried on from
farm to farm with as much celerity, and
almost as generally, as in the thickly popu
lated ci'y. Of city subscribers there wrc
3.9I7. or 17.421 less than the number taking
telephone service on the faims of Nebraska.
Of coutse. the lRrfrer numluT credited to
farms cover a tremendous extent of terri
tory. In all, there were 12o.i l-dephonee
Installed at the date mentioned. .if this
number Omaha had 42.'
The fifty-two comn.tiiles with the higher
capitalisation repiesented an investment of
,747..s3 for construction and SW.&M. 130 fr
plants, buildings, cash and all other asseis,
a total of tJO 606.7I as carried on the books
of the companlea.-'
The 16 companies with the smaller capi
talization save the hook cost of construe- t
lion as Jl.f5S.771. Seme of these companies
do not fuvn'sh telephones, the subscribers
owning their own Instruments and paying
switching charsv-s. in other cases Indi
viduals own the switches
Kara In as, 1)1 vide oils, Re.ii da.
Gross earnings for the year of the fifty
two larg?r companies amounted to S'J.tOl.
8M. while operating expenses were set
down at $1,7!M27. Dividends on stock am!
Interest was paid to th amount of
219 by thlrty-se-en of the fifty-two larg-cr
companies. Dividends on slock and inter
est wss paid by the Nebraska Telephone
company to the amount of $:92.085, and by
the IJncoln company to the amount of
Gross earnings of the I.Vj smaller com
panies amounted to J4:S.ft!i. while the ex
pense of operation waa set down at I29T.
57. Thre is no report of dividend or In
terest ayinent8 by these ronipiiiiles.
The larsjer companies declaring no divi
dends and noil'iK no interest )vments are
located at Albion. Auburn. Beaver City.
Belgrade, freighton. Hrnken Bow. Kdgar.
Wolbach. Walioo, St. Paul. Hooper. Stuart.
T-exingtun. Old. Scottsbluff. Wause rikI
Thirty-four companies have no bonds out
atanding. and Omaha Is imliided n the
number. Companies having bonds out In
largest amount sie Lincoln Telenhone
company. $"8S.vm: RestHve. tllSOlO; Broken
Bow. 1.'JM: Fairburv. t'S..in'i; Metiron. HO.
OW. From thes' figures the bonded In
debtedness ranges down to 1.0(V.
The Nebraska Telephone coTiinanv h id !
on Its ly roll June ;t(. I!. !,:'" employes
and the I Incoln telephone company V.S.
beinr 1SS employ ed by two companies nut
of tlit toial of 2.HI9 employes In telephone
work at lhat time.
kowlas by Two His tinea.
Following s.re the items making up the
showing of the Nebraska and l.lntoin
Teleplv-ne rompanlrs, the two largest doing
business In the state, the figures Iw Ins
i for the year ending June 30, 19HK;
Tel. Co , Lincoln
Oinf. ha. Tel. t o
Book cost of construe lion. $.),;S!.3JS Il.it I. fldj
riant, building, cash as-
seis o;o t
l apital stmk outstanding.
Honda out HUmllnjr
bills and accounts pay
(toss earning.-, operstion l.KJO.474
l.i::: 1 n
Total operating expens s.. l.Ml.Lhl
lilvidends sml interest
Nev. construction during
Stockholders last election
I ! S IT
Miles or wir
Feet of cable
CREIGHT0N BRIEF A GEM
Busk Printed hr I ts Nehaol Sladeata
Is aa Attractive Piece of
The Oreighton Brief Is the title of s
neat book printed by the students of the
Crelghton College of Lw. It has a two
fold mission treasuring up of scenes, faces
and events of days st college snd spread
ing Information concerning the school. It
has more splendid halftone than the ordi
nary college publication and also contains
halftone individual- cuts of the members
of th faculty and class of 1MI. The vol
ume is No. 1 snd is Issued in the fifth year
of the Crelghton Law school. All brsnche
of the college life sre well tsken car ot
in th beautiful book
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IMPORTANT Notice to CLOTHING
Our Line for Fall and Winter 1909 and 10
is now being shown
the World those Merchants not as vet handling our Make of Clothin? will do
well to drop us a card and we will arrange that one of
show them the line at their place of business.
FOR SALE AT
GIRL CLAIMS HDD AS II AIE
Rosamond Garrison Says She is His
DIDN'T KNOW HE HAD FIRST
Girl Fonnd It Oul After 'WrddiiiK
Man Is Taken lo lone to An
swer to the Charge if
Yliile Mrs. S. K. Tidd. IW South Fifth
strict, f.llfeRed utter Ignorance of any
binan.y 011 thu part of lier husband when
Iowa officers came lo Omaha Friday nlghi
to arrest him. r.osamoml Garrison, 18 years
of age, living in a shack near the railroad
tracks at Fourteenth and Buidelte streets,
professoa no such Ignorance she claims to
be tlie man's second wife.
Tidd Is now at Logan. Is., having been
taken there Friday n'gln by Sheriff Itock
i.f llfcirison county. Iowa.. The Garrison
girl will i;ii t Logun Sun.iay to t"stif at
the trial, v.iilcli, It is understood, will begin
"We were married laat October, several
months before I was IS." said rtosainuiid
Garrisin. "He took me to I.og.in and we
lived tliere awhile, after which he sent
me bM?k here. Tjter I again went to
I . an by iiriHngements he made, ugain le
lui'iiing tn Omaha nnd living with my
folks. A third time lie sent for me, but
after aluylng there with him. 1 came buck
to Omaha on .March :M. and didn't see him
agMin liil Thttraday of tills week.
"In the meantime I had fmind nut that
he hal lied lo me abnui having secured a
divorce Ironi his first wife whom 1 found
tu be living here with him. When I hap
pened to meet him on t lie street Thuisdav.
1 told him 1 had been to ligau since seeing
111 ii) lisl. and litwl souen out a bigamy
complaint and warrant against him Tues
day" Little More Than a tilrl.
The second wife, who is little more than
a girl, while TnM is C7 seals of age, sas
that xlie told the mm he would have tu
gel ii iliMinc from his first wife, or else
ishe would secure une from him. If he.
w ould ciuim-ii' to m il her. she told him, he
Would have to Ktand trial for bigamy.
I "But lie liriiT'Osetl that we go 10 house-
keeing in to rooms at Tenth and Jack
son stre Is," the Garrison girl slates." "I
wouldn't do it. though, and he a arrested
the next a flei noon.
"The first wife and I had only une I it 1 1
nic ling, when only sonn- words pa seed be
tween us. She has been marred to lii'n
e:x years, I think, snd he wss living with
her w in n arrested."
WESTERN AMUSEMENT QUITS
Company lllsaoltes anil oles to Sell
Km I'srk l.rase aa4
I'roperl ) .
Permanent dissolution of the Wesiern
Amusement company, the sale of its prop
erties and three-year lease of Krug park
was decided upon at a meeting of the offl
ceis of the company Friday night, when It
waa definitely determined not to open the
park this season, at leaat under the old
management. A price of about 40 per cm'
of the cost of the property was dr-cidi d
W. W. Cole, manager, said that his com
pany was retiring from the business be
cause It was unable to develop its principle
of creating a high-class Kuropesn smuse.
menl place where its pstrons could enjoy
T.r- fir- s " "
fc - . . if ------ "-J. m IjU.
1 Fine Cl.fhes Makers
SP Dallingre antl New Yert
in the principal cities of
Schloss Bros. 6c
Hanson's Table D'Hote 75c Is the Cafe
Sensation of Omaha.
After 8 p. M., Is a ihom
Knjoy lite inui-ic and an
Today s Menu
May brings fresh importations or
delicious goodies from China.
Italia, and Mexico.
Our tables groan
weight this evening.
Many people will crowd about
them many who cant come,
will beg to have a hteamiii!? dish
So it goes!
the personal libcrtb-s In keeping ilh all
the larger cities of the old world.
Corn to Expo
Frigid North Showi that It, Too, Can
Raise the King- of All
"Corn fiom Alaska."
Kven Corn Murphy would ilonbl tliat
corn could be grown In Alaska, llioush he
haa believed for ears that coin will grow
any place where man can iv.
The National Coin expoMik'ii has m.t
mede a classification In the catalogue o
Alaska coin can be eshlbitea, but W. O
Paisley ban received some flint coin from
M. W. Haielion of tmeoi.ta. V Y . wl'h-ti
Mr. Haselton grew last year north of Hud
son bay, where it Is almost cold as
Mr. Haselton ia lileieled in the Hudson
Bay country and haa developed variety
of flint coin which will grow snd ripen
north of Hudson hay in sixty drfyf
The grains are so hsrd s hammer scarcely
breaks them. No class of fsrm animals
will do well
to try a
of the College,
of the Field
will act wisely
if they insist
on seeing the
on every garment
on sale at the
y- Wis aitfiarTV issi 3
and Reliability. .
Whv not tret the Ret
our representatives will
to ea to
unique and enjoyable1 feast.
J. 9. Dennis, Managsr.
liiuS-ln llowird si.
Tabl da'Xot Dinner 60s ,
Bardlne Kn Cainpe. C
Pearl jiloi. Gherkins
Cream of Chicken with Rite.
Consomme a la Olge.
Boiled Halibut Steak K fiaiu.
I lal la mi I'oialues.
Roast Young pig Ham with Dressing,
Hoast Stuffed lloiurstic Goose with
Minced Chicken, a la Cream.
Minced Ciicketi, ala Cream,
ftiingless Kcsiih . Whipped Potatoes
I'lueapplH. WsQiie. Cak
Tea. Coffee. Milk
Hai no competition
Sunday Table D dote, Soc
have teeth stron. enough to crack tut
corn any length of time. A steer fattem-c
on it would nrcil eeral piec-M of brldKi
work or a whole set of false teeth before
many pounds of fat were secured.
M the next coin show Mr. JUlton will
show corn which he intend to grow this
:ar In the Hudson p.;- -ountry snd win's
tn know what the fiisi prise will be for ths
"arctic stone'' corn bell.
I'ougla S tirl.y company. Thirty-second
xtuet snd l.inculu avenue, frame dwelling,
U uglas 8 -curity company, Thirty
mi cond stict and Lincoln svenje, frsms
dwelling. H.VW: Uonglss Security company.
'1'hli iy-fulid street and Lincoln s venue,
fiiitis dwelling. lu.Ono; F. I. Pollard. Forty,
nrsi iv w anj Davrnpitrt atreei. brick
vir.fer dwelbiiif. j.0; John Murtig. oJi
Kouth Twcnt;. -i thtti str -et, frame dwelling,
2,imi: Hans N ii-jou. I Ifty-flrst and Leax-eiiM-urtli
street, frailly dwelling, Sl.OfU;
lleiirv Wi'aoii. F,.it e h anu Hecatur sire is
irame dellln. I1.C: C. tl. Carlberg',
f eits -ai v em h ami Chicago streets, frame
dwelling. t2.t: C. O. I'silbctg, 2'wenty-
v. .-t'i ami Chlcm-i stie-ts. frame del
ling. -. :): C. i. Carlberg, Twenty-seveni h
inm Ch i ag alteets. frame dwelling. 2,W.
C. i. Chi Ii-' . T cut - v ent h al)d t'.'hl
ingo a recti. Ira ih dwelling, JC.4O0; C, 4;
Carllierg. Tweni; -Jtexenth tr pier'
lie. !. frame dwelling. 11 8m: c. G
berg. Taeni v-aevt ni I. snd Perce street!
iratie l.elllii. ft .W- c. U. Carlbcia'
Twenly-sevenlii and Pierce streets fran'e
deelling. $1 C. tl. Carlberg Twentv
jeventh snd Pierre streets, frani dwelling
l'.f; C Q. Carlberg. Tw ent y-event h ina
Pacific streets, fram awallmg, !:,
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