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THE. BEE: QMAHA FRIDAY. JITNE 11. 1P0Q.
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SRAFFIC ON CREAT RIVERS
- J!uM IWWilii!! I1.!' J
Swell Two-Piecc Suits
II A I I J J I 14
Mistaken Ideas of Steamboatinj Set
Right by Expert
IU CREASE 15 LOCAL TONHAGE
Extraordinary Sale of
BOUGHT BY US FROM THE U. S. CUSTOMS HOUSE
AH the Women's.
Lace Summer Coats,
(all hand made) .
Unmade Dress Robes,
Real French Muslin Underwear.
Unmade Waist Patterns,
Beginning 9 A. ML
These Goods were Seized
By the 11 S. Customs
House Oificers & Bought
By Us at Auction at
Actually Less Than Cost
See (he Window Displays.
All the Fine
French Model Hats,
High Cost Kid Gloves,
Hand Jade Handkerchiefs,
BRIEF CITY NEWS
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UN MOM TUt WID TMU l SAT
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Kave iteot Print it,
Omaha Electrical Works rent motor.
Budoipk r. Swobeda, Public Accountant.
' lnbart, photographer, ISfh eY Farntm.
VlJaejra, photo, removed to 16th & Howard.
-B. JB. Comba, expert optician. 1520 Dour
c.T ( .' Bau'WW?Iitfe'PoIU-le, sight draft!' at
ri.atmlt.. it L). Neely, manager, Omaha.
Jdlewlld Butter churned from pasteur
lied cieam and aold only In cartona. David
uie Creamery company.
Beat Money Have Cornea Baek -Put Into
licme. it stays. Nebraska Savtaga and
Lou. i Association will enow the way.
Uourd of Trate building.
. - Xfeneuppert and Cruelty N'onsupport
nd cruelty are two of the grounds si
eged by Mr a. Clara Welngand aa a rea
1011 why she should have a divorce from
Prank B. Welngand. The petition wan
Hied Thursday morning.
,. Pleads amity to rati, larceny Adolf
' KlrClikoff pleaded guilty to petit larceny
in district court Thuriday morning and
was sentenced ' to thirty days. He had
seen charged with breaking and entering
a tool house owned by Peter Klewitt.
James Wbclan Oats property James
. tVhelan la confirmed by a Jury In district
court 'in possession of the properly at thi
foot of Seward, street formerly -owned by
afoaea Hawkins, an elderly colored man. A
' lull In ejectment was prosecuted against
Hawkins. . . .. '
' Woman Throws Acid la Kan's Byee
As the result, of , some trouble between
Abner Davis, a colored Janitor, and his
V"T " wife," the latter threw "carbolic ald In
. -liec husband a. eyee early Thursday after
iinp, While be waa worfctn. He may loae
. the ue 'of 'o'he'i' The Davie home Is at
tyi pvans' street. ,
,; -7. taa,ta,sy B tare a Bey U the Taoe Frea
. Tflf- boy of H years, was before Judge
. r':' ,iitell' In Juvenile court-Thureday after
V.' v;noon beca.ua pf the trouhle he caused Sat
Vurdaw Bight "when Probation Officer Mogy
.'.rpernitein arreefed' "him. Kelly Is doomed
v .'-tO. 'rTi,ifi'vlfl he roes not behave himself
' tjalth,. rixaruu virtue during a tay at the
t ('DtteteVechV0'' for.h has been a con
' ' giderable, offender. v
aVetjra f retn Watts gabilee Relatives
of-Mf vn4 -1dr. R. J. Watts, who earn
to Omaha v attend the golden wedding
celebrationis their parents, returned home
Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Watts were mar
' tied In DtfveiipoYt, la.', June T. fifty year
ago. Those attending the celebration were
' Miss Mattl ' Watts, Omaha, Mr and Mrs.
Support boya trousers
ana atockinfft without
Freedom of circulation
and quickness) in dress
For boy in knee trous
ers. Made for gfrls aUo,
78 cvntB H
Dealer replace nil defec
Sold by Leadinf; Clothinf
and Department House.
If not, writ
. luot Seesiir Ca.
i -cmmt Sttle Maaver
F. 8. Watts, Audubon, la.; H. F. watts,
Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Watta,
Bolt Over a Contract The suit of Cal
vin S. Blair against the Kingman Imple
ment company for )6,3S6.36 ls on before
Judge Day In district court. Blair as
serts a broken contract with respect to
his services aa manager, rfe had a three
year contract, but was discharged at the
end of the first year. It has been set up
In answer to his petition that In ISM the
nalee of the company amounted to KU.
9S7.24. and In 1903, after Blair took hold,
the sales fell to 446,287.T1, a drop of C03,
W0.38. Blind Boya look for Parents Having
completed their year's work In the state
school for the blind at Nebraska City, two
blind boya are in Omaha on their way
home for the summer vacation. Both are
belnR assisted by the police and postofflce
authorities, as they do not know where
their parents are now living. They are
Walter McCune and Boyd Holten. McCune
saya he wanta 10 una nis wp-iinr,
Oeorge Smith, a painter, who waa sup
posed to be living at 110 South Nineteenth
atreet. Smith could not be found at that
number Thursday. Holten'a home s at
Albion, Neb,, and he will probably 'be
taken there soon. Both boya are about 16
or 17 years of age.
Georges Naughty to Their Wlraa Two
men bearing the Christian name of Oeorge
were In police court Thursday morning,
charged with wife abuse. The wife waa
the . complaining witness In each case.
George Johnson, 1911 South Twenty-first
street, waa fined $5 and costs for chastis
ing his better half during an altercation
Wednesday night. George Woods, 307
North Seventeenth atreet, was discharged,
as the report on the case from the desk
sergeant states that the only form of wife
abuse of which he had . been . guilty was
refusing to order a "can" for family con
sumption. Judge Crawford did not con
sider such refusal, sufficient grounds for
punishment on the charge of wife abuse.
Jadge a Tersatlla Man Acting Prao
tlcally in three capacities, those of ar
resting officer, prosecuting attorney and
Judge, In the cases of three men who
mere thrown out of the ball park Wednes
day for being drunk and creating a dis
turbance. Police Judge Bryce Craword
assessed each of the men In court Thurs
day morning. W. B. and C. B. Woodward
of 2626 O atreet, South Omaha, and Coun
cil Bluffa, respectively, allowed their 6
cash bonds to be forfeited by not appear
ing. Pat Murphy of Council Bluffa ap
peared In court (or trial after being out
on bond. He was fined $5 and costs. '
rf Wife Asks DlToroe Boiler mak
ing la a more steady remunerative occu
pation thao prise fighting. - At least thla
Inference may be drawn from the petition
In the suit for divorce of Mrs. Mary J.
Hanaen, who saya that her husband, An
thony Hansen, earned 1125 a month aa a
boiler maker, but since he haa become a
prise fighTTr by vocation he had not sup
ported her. The plaintiff also charges
cruelty and asks the custody of two girl
children, aged 4 and years. The older
of these, Mrs. Hansen says, she had to
give to an aunt to adopt because of laok
of Income from Mr: Hansen's puglisitle
endeavors. Hansen, otherwise known as
"Kid." recently met Ouy Bucklea
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Cast from the High School Present!
TWO POLICEMEN DISCIPLINED
Captala Tarnqalat and Officer His
hlnney Are taspraded Brrstit
of Qaarrel Which Waa Fol
lowed by a right.
an excellent program Wednesday after
noon. The Lincoln school have an attrac
tive program, for the school Is dedicating
the newly purchased statuary. The pro
gram is this afternoon. The high school
KatHerlne Abbott. Anna E. Ptlllmock.
Fred J. Armbrust. Hulda IS. Tlssell.
J. Theodore L.ehmer.j.;iisa L,. Tombrink.
Martin O. Augustine. Kcka Jensen.
Mildred ates. - Balbina F. V ma turn.
Richard F. M'man. John A. Weimer.
GIRL. IS ATTACKED BY MAN
Aaaatlaat ! Itaaahtes f Special
Pallreasaa Prleke Frlchteaed
Away by Her Beraaaaa.
While on her way to the grocery store.
Amalie Frlcke, the 14-year-old daughter of
Charles Frlcke, S41S South Fourteenth
street, a special policeman at Rlvervlev
park, waa attacked by a roughly dressed
man and thrown trom the sidewalk Into
some high grass near Fifteenth street and
the boeelvard about tM o'clock last night.
The man attempted to stop the girl's
screams by placing his hand over her
mouth, but only succeeded In getting his
finger between her teeth, and then the
girl s screams brought number of neigh
bora to the sc.ne, w ho immediately began
search for the man, but with no satis
factory . results. The place waa so dark
that the girl waa able to give enly a meager
description of her assailant and doubts
that she could Identify blm If she saw him
again. 4'he police, however, are atlll
aearchlng for the man.
Bigger, Better, Busier That's what ad
vertising In The Bee dues for your busi
ness1 ' ,
CAST OF CHARACTERS.
Sir Anthon Absolute John C. Schults
Captain Absolute Russell F. Clark
Faulkland ...Charles H. Harris
Aorea John E. Campbell
riir Lucius O Trigger.... Richard F. Lyman
Fag (captain s servant) Fred ArmUiust
David (servant to Acres; Joseph Moron
XUomas (Sir Anihony'a coachman;
Mrs. Malaprop. , Ethel Berlin
Lydiav LamcuiBh : Mildred Bates
Julia Carrie Cummlnga
Lucy (Lydia's maid) Lillian Dlmock
The above cast presented "The Rivals,"
before an audience which overflowed the
seating capacity of the South Omaha High
school auditorium last evening. AH of the
young men and women are members of the
senior class and candidutea for diplomas In
the commencement exercises of Friday
4 evening. '
TJie play Is standard among the light
comedies of the eighteenth century. It was
first presented over 100 years ago. The
story s familiar to most people, having
been revived many times In theatrical
history. It was written by
Brlnsley Sheridan. The plot hinges on
the trick of Jack Abaolute, who Is a cap
tain In the navy, but who assumes the
character of an ensign named, Beverly,
and In thla guise makes love and wins
Lydla Languish. Then he Is forced by
the ambition of his father to make hive
to her In hla true rank and the young
woman for a time refuses him. There are
two other eultora for the young woman's
hand and they plot and counter plot for
her affections. She la pushed forward by
her ecoentrte aunt who lovea lg words.
but always usee the wrong one on every
occasion. The young woman haa a maid
who assists in straightening out the tangles
In the end. Aerca, rich but falaely cul
tured young man. makes much fun by
his lack of decorum as well aa laek of
courage or tact.
The best part of the presentation was In
the ease with which the young players took
their parts. Without attempting the Im
possible each one gave the Indefinable air
of confidence and assurance In his or her
lines, which relieved very quickly the
tenseness that usually distresses an audi
ence In listening to an amateur perform
a nee which la seriously presented.
Mis Ethel Berlin made a most excellent
Mrs. Malaprop. Many tlmea her confident
"anas" and her -ponderous words convulsed
Quite equal to hers waa the acting of
John C. Schults In the party of Sir Anthony
Absolute. His burata of parental rage at
the apparent Indifference of hla aon were
by no means an anti-climax to the intent
of the plot. He carried It off well, even
to the makeup, which Is usually a difficult
thing for persons so young as high school
Hla son. Captain Abaolute (Russell Clark),
and hla Lady Lydla (Mildred Bates), had
not the fun-making parte, but really harder
parta of lover and lady, especially before
an audience of familiar friend. They did
their work so well that there were no out
bursts such aa have been known to follow
such attempta In former years.
John E. Campbell as "Fighting Bob"
Acres fitted his part ao kali that hla acting
waa probably the most natural and un
restrained of any. Fred Armburst had thei
part of Fag, servant to Csptain Absolute. I
His habitual inattention to the common
dutiea of a servant and hla clever conceal
ment of the sams made blm quite a typical
Lillian Dlmock made a very coquettish
maid to Lydla, who helped along the ro
mance of the plot. Carrie Cummlnga as
Julia assisted both in getting the tangle
started and in straightening It out again
Charlee H. Harris and Richard F. Lyman
had leaser parta, one aa a rival and the
other as a go-between. They appeared In
the development of the- due la, and In for
warding the plot, had time to win favori
with the rest.
The graded schools of the city are hav
ing their graduating exercises this week. A
number ef the programs were presented at
the schools yesterday and the others will
be presented today. Central school had
Hrrtha M. Wlese.
Rose I. Lawless.
Monetha J. Lee.
Mary Louise Lismond
Cora R. Bllvernlcht.
Carrie E. Cummlnga.
Rlva I. Dawson.
Lllllam J. Dimlck.
John C. Schults.
Hasel G. Harder.
M. Ethel Berlin.
Ellen F. Mahoney.
John E. Campbell.
Mabel F. Martin.
Russet F. Clark.
Annls A. Newvllle.
Amelia F. Davis.
Nancy A. Petersen.
Robert W. Rapp.
Louis B. Rice.
Margaret A. FarrelL
Mabel A. Green. .
Bernlce ft. Stevens.
C. Charles H. Harris, Carrol King
Two Officers Suspended.
The Board of Fire and Police commis
sioners met for a hoot time last night to
settle the difference -between Officer D. W.
Mawhlnney and hllT'captain, Nels Turn
qulst After considering the evidence of
the case by which' It wat' shown that the
two men engaged in a fight, while both
were on duty, the board decided to sus
pend both men for a short period.- Maw
hlnney was under a second charge brought
by the chief of police to which he pleaded
guilty in part. Therefore the two offenses
caused the board to lay him off for fifteen
days. The captain was laid off nine days
for his part in the affair. The question of
who struck the first blow was considered
Immaterial. The offense In the eyes of ".he
board lay in the quarrel which led up te
Richard J the fight.
Chief Briars; Goes for Joaaias. '
Chief John Brlggs left last evening for
Denver, Colo., to receive from the Denver
authorities John O'Brien familiarly called
Mogglne." He Is wanted In South Omana
to face the charge of burglary. He was
In a deal with Arthur Hill, who Is now
serving a sentence In the penitentiary for
the crime. They entered a cigar store at
Twenty-sixth and O streets and stole a
number of pipes, tobacco and a small
amount of cash. Hill waa arrested, but
O'Brien escaped from the officers by a good
sprint under fire.
Maerle City Goes t a.
Jetter Gold Top Beer delivered to any
part of the city. Telephone No. .
Lost Past matron's Eastern Star pin.
Return to 802 N. 20th street. Reward-
Mrs. A. Mehl entertained the missionary
society of the English Lutheran church
Mrs. Adelene pirnock-Mullken la visiting
her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 0. u. Dimock
for a few daya.
John Hasburgh, councilman from the
Fourth ward, has gone on a short visit to
Chadron, Neb. -
Chauncy Wilson, who has been suffering
for a year rrom an attack or paraiaos, dieti
In bt. Bernard s hospital Wednesday even
Several South Omaha boys will attend
the annual boya' encampment of ths Youn?
Men's Christian association to be held ai
Valley, June 32.
The Live Stock National bank of South
Omaha pledges Itself to serve faithfully
the Interests of its customers.
Officer Charles Morton arrested Harley
Sailing as the third suspect In the burglary
case or G. H. ritrong s saloon. Z13 N street
One of the negroes confessed.
The primary department of the First
Methodist Sunday school with present the
annual Children's dsy exercises Sunday
morning at the Sunday school hour.
Mrs M. A. Frssier entertained twentv
of her frlenda at the South Omaha Country
club yesterday at luncheon. 1 he occasion
waa in honor 01 Mrs. r raster s suiter.
Te avoid serious results take Foley's Kid
ney Remedy at the first sign of kidney
or bladder disorder such as backache, urln
ary Irregularities, exhaustion, and you will
soon be well. Commence taking Foley's
Kidney Remedy today. Bold by all drug
A GREAT tLOTHISfO PI RCHASE.
ew fork Maaafaetarer Sells Bras,
dels All Mia Hlahest Grade Salts.
SALE BEGINS 6ATITRDAY.
The Brandels storea have captured an
outer Dig Bargain in mens clothing. A
New York maker aold all hla IMS hand
tailored suits at a great sacrifice. They
r medium ana ugm weignts. They are
worth up to 125, but they mill be aold
Saturday at Brandels In two lota for St.sD
SALE OF MEN'S UNDERWEAR.
Brandels bought from a' manufacturer's
agent, hla entire surplus stock of Otis
Silk Lisle underwear. Thla underwear la
In white and plain colors regular price
II to tl.M a garment, at Uc Saturday.
J. L. BRAN DEIS SONS.
Bee Want Ada. are business "boostera.
(aptala KlllsOa ( Claelaaatl Dla
patee ( earlaeloaa of Wllllaas B.
Cart Is aad Glree Facts Ceaeeeo
laa lalaad Waterways.
(From a Staff Correspondent J
WASHINGTON, June 10. (Special.) Cp
tin J. F. E'lllson of Ccictnnati, eecreiary
of the national rlvei and harbor congress.
nom and for the last thirty years an op
erator and owner of steamboats on the
Mississippi river and Its tributaries, doee
not agree with William K. Curtla. a news
paper writer of noie. In hia conclusions
bssed on the report of the Inland water
way commission, regarding the decreasing
tonnage of various American river. Cap
tain Ellison commenting on an article
recently published by Mr. Curtlt said to
day: "The report of the Inland waterway com
mission, aa It applies to the Mississippi
river and the remarks thereon by Mr.
Curtis are In ihs main correct. There is
no question but what there has been during
the last twenty years a steady decrease
In through tonnage en the Mississippi liver;
By through tonnage is meant tonnaqe
from 8U Loula to New Orleans and from
the tributary streams to the same port,
but to offset this there Is a condition that
the Inland waterway commission haa failed
to take' note of, which is a very decried
Increase in local and way tonnage, which
has Increased In practically the aame jro
portlon that the through tonnage haa de
creased. There are today more steamers
engaged If local short trade routea front
various points on the lower Mississippi
river than were engaged In the same busi
ness twenty yesra ago. Thla Increase Is
most notable at Memphis, Virksburg and
What Brought the rhaasre. .
"This chsnge in handling freight on the
Mississippi river has been brought about
by various causes, chief of which Is that
the city of St. Louis and Ita merchants
formerly practically controlled the bulk
of the business to Mississippi river points
between St. Louis and New Orleans, in
clusive. With the opening up of the new
trade markets west and southwest of St
Louis there was developed a field to which
the transportation was permanent and
regular and the merchants of St. Louis,
turning to this regular and more productive
field for their out-put, abandoned to a very
great extent the Mississippi river valley
country, to which, by the river, they never
had a dependable rorfte.
"The Mississippi river, never certain for
steamers of proper draft, was In the years
preceding the early 80's the most depend
able route to New Orleans from St. Louis.
In the years which have elapsed there has
been built upon practically both bank of
the Mississippi river rail lines, paralleling
the river throughout Ita entire length, and
while the river, by the work done by the
Mississippi river commission, through the
engineers of the War department, is today
In a better condition than ever before In
Its history between Cairo and New Orleans,
no permanent work has been done and no
better channel supplied from St. Louis to
Cairo, and the aame condition appllea to
the principal tributaries of the Mississippi,
the Missouri from Sioux City to its mouth,
the upper Mississippi from St. Paul to St
Louis, and the Ohio from Pittsburg to
Cairo, together with Its great tributaries
the Tennessee and the Cumberland.
Object of the Hirer Men.
"In this day and age of close and keen
competition In business, neither the re
ceiver or shipper of freight, even. If the
rate be much less, will undertake to handle
business on an obstructed route whon there
are unoblsructeh routes that can and do
deliver the goods. It is this condition
that the friends of improved waterway
are earnestly endeavoring to change. With
the Mississippi river Improved from St.
Paul to Calr and the Ohio river Improved
from Pittsburg to Cairo, there will unques
tionably flow thro 'gh these natural chan
nels a great commerce, and this statement
Is backed up by the experience, not only
of this country, but by that of the older
countries of the. world, for history does
not show a single waterway properly Im
proved, so that Its navigation can be de
pended upon by the receiver and shipper,
that Is not now doing a greit business.
Mr. Curtis, In common with a great
msny writers who are ' not thoroughly
posted on their subjects, criticises the mode
of construction of western river steam
boats. It will perhaps be of Interest to a
grtat many people to know that the west
ern river style of steamboats Is pronounced
ty experta the world over a being the
best craft for navigating shoaf water. To
tllui ti ate and prove this Assertion It Is
r roper to say that on quite a number of
the rivers of South America, notably thu
Megdalena river, American built boats ef
the ordinary Ohio and Mississippi river
type have replaced the boats of English
and German design to such an extent that
one firm of boat bulldtra, located at Pitts
burg, Pa., haa In operation on the Magda
lena twenty-eight boats, which they built
at Pittsburg and shipped knocked down to
South America. .
"Less than two year ago a boat build
ing firm upon the Clyde aent eno of their
cnglneera to this country to examine our
style of towboata. the result being that
the English firm paid for designs, draw-
inga and specifications of hulls, machinery
and genet al equipment, and built, under
one order, fifteen boats of our type for
service on the Hoogly river. In India. The
same Pittsburg firm referred to above has
within ths last ninety days built- and
shipped a towboat for service on the Nile,
to tow coal above the Assouan dam. More
than twenty years ago Russia adopter our
beats for service on thf upper rearhea of
the Volga, the initial brats for thla service
were built under the supervision of an
American and the machinery was made In
thia country and shipped thee.
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6 Liumi ilUiti
I "THE HOI8E OF HIGH MERIT"
tr. 1.- : t.
w tt 11 1 tr iiuw n'auj wiui it
complete nhowiug of the new
assitwo-pieces suits for irartn
jut me uumtj ui. tucuciii,
light-weight fahriea and al
though loose and comfortable,
they are perfectly formed nd
Tl rir perfect fit and expert
tailoring rill appeal to every
well dressed man.
The variety of fabrics and
patterns is "out of the ordk
nary" at the prices quoted, and
will correspond with YOUR
A Serloas Breakdown
results from chronic constipation. Dr.
Klng'a New Life Pills cure headache, tor
pid liver and bowel trouble, toe. For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
Low Fares to New York aad Retara.
For the first time in history the commer
cial metropolis of the country Nsw York
City Is thrown J pen to tourists from the
west by the Pennsylvania Short Line every
day during the montha of June and July.
That line Is selling first-class tickets from
Chicago to New York and return at one
and one-third of the regular fare, tickets
good returning thirty daya from date of
sale and connecting lines In the west are
selling similar tickets over the Pennsyl
vania Short Line, thus affording everybody
aa opportunity to visit the great and won
derful city, of New York at the lowest
faree which have ever been offered.
For through tickets and particular in'
formation, call upoa the agent of any con
necting line In the territory' weat of Chi
cago, or call upon or address, by telephone,
telegraph or letter, W. H. Rowland, travel.
Inv passenger agent, Omaha, Neb.
TT TTXTTTifsV AT TTh A nTTTnTTn
via umto rauiiriiL
The Safe Road to Travel
Low Rates Now Effective for the Following
v The Seattle Exposition open to October 1.
The Northern Baptist Convention, Portland, June 25 to
The American Institute of Banklnr. Seattle, June 25 to 28.
The International Convention of Epworth Leagues, Seat
tle, July 7 to 12.
Visit Colorado, Salt Li.be City and Yellowstone Park
For beautiful descriptive literature and full information
relative to rates, routes, etc., call on or address
CITY TICKET OFFICE, 132 FARXAM STREET,
'Phones: Bell, Dong. 1828, and lud., A-8231.
Rupture of men, women and childrej can be cured In a few days without a aurglcal
,Kftiin inn nff titna Ar nain. Th M,t la aovernad bv the ataa of the ruotured eoen-
Ing to be closed. The money may be deposited In some Omaha Bank in the name ft
the patient or guardian, not to be paid until the cure is completed. Thousands of
ruptured people hav accepted these terms during the past 18 yesrs snd all are com
pleteiy satisfied. Write or call, for further Information, Dl, tMAMX X WBA
tog Bee Building, Omaha.
BIG ORIENTAL RUG SALE
$BT,OOA Stock at aa Aetna! Dtseooat
of 20 Per Tent from Preeeat
This extraordinary sale for one week
only, commences Monday morning, June
14, and ending Saturday, June 19, after
which regular selling price will prevail.
Our reason for thla
We made unusually Urge contracts with
the Importers' this year and within the
next sixty daya will have to take on an
We therefore want to move aa many
rugs as possible from present atoca to
make room for contracted good. This will
be a doubly good opportunity for any one
with the least expectation of present or
future needs, considering the discount of
fered and the fact that Oriental Rugs are
constantly advancing In price.
Our. Present Contract
plaeea ua .In possession of our Oriental
Rugs at lower price than those enjoyed
by dealers In many larger cities.
W know and guarantee that our reg
ular prices are from 10 to 16 per cent lower
than those asked In Chicago Or New York.
And from these low regular prices, for
on week 0"ly, we will give you your un
restricted choice from this 107,000 selected
A Discount of Twenty Per Cent.
Small, medium and carpet else Oriental
Ruga at Twenty per cent off.
Week June 11 to 19, Inclusive.
ORCHARD & W1LHELM,
(14-18-U 8. 16th St.
Soath Omaha Man Wrdk.
CHICAGO, III., June 10. Speclal Tele
gram.) Frederick . Paul of South Omaha
and Lydla Kooch of Chicago were granted
a license to wed here today.
Bigger, Better Bust. That's what ad
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June Clearing Sale
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There's one so
grab 'your hook and line
Thournnda of beautiful lakes
abounding In game fish easily
reached by convenient train
Those who get their requests
in before the books axe all gone
will receive a copy of "Minne
sota Lakes" a work of art to
make the angler's mouth water.
Well illustrated, . with cover
in handsome colors, it desorlbes
the various outing spots, lakes,
hotels and rates, how reaohed.
kinds of fish, eto. Address
A. II. CLELAND. Gen. Pass. Afint
Northern Poolho Railway, 8t. Paul.
Ana., or ,
E. p. ROCKWELL.
District Passenger Agent
212 Century Bldg., Des Molae.
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