Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, October 15, 1909, Page 7, Image 7

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Saturday, October 16th, Is the Last Day
It will pay you to take advantage of this, great opportunity to purchase everything in
hjgh'grade Watches, Diamonds, Gold Jewelry, Hawkes Cut Glass, Etc., at practically your
own price-. :
i Mr. Emil II. Leffert guarantees the quality of each article sold.
JAMES L. HAND, Auctioneer.
Councilmen Attach Their Cognomens
to Several City Streets.
i Addition to Member of Conncll
Several Others Identified Trlth
the Pnklte l ite of the City
Are Honored.
Minor Mention
Onuttt Staffs Offloe ths
Oaaaaa Boo la at M BaoM Btrv
Both 'pa.onM 4. '
to lull. Would you
South Main street
give, mo a trial T tt
Tho path to your economical piano pur
chase leads directly to the A. Hocpe Co.
store, 21 Pearl St.; 28 S. Main St.. Co.
Bluffs. Ia.
Davis, Drugs.
Diamond playing ths best vaudeville.
CORRIQAJN 8. undertakers. 'Phone 148.
For rent, modern house, 72 8th avenue.
Majestlo ranges, P, C. De Vol Hdw. Co.
Woodrinf Undertaking; company. Tel. 839.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. 'Phone 87.
Wheuyoi want reliable want ad adver
tising, us. The Bee.
Famous 6teel King farm wagons, Sper
Jng & Triplet M. Broadway, ,
Pictures and art pottery for wedding
gifts. Alexander's Art lore, 833 Broadway.
Balrd A ttoland, undertakers. 'Phone 122.
Expert piano tunihg, Vospe. 'Phono 644.
29 Pearl street,'? South Main.
Up-to-date Art Department and Picture
Framing, Borwlck, 811 Houth Main street
Fo(4bd painting see Walter Nlcholalsen
A CI'.. jtouth Mala street. 'Phone Inde
pendent Hi Red.' ' 1
UOAHD and rooms by week. 1914 7th Ave.
A meeting f tti4) ,. Iowa and Nebraska
Wholesale Urdcers' . association has been
called by Secretary John Melhop for next
Tuesday In this city.
Clyde McClelland, arretted Tueday night
on suspicion, of "rolling". D. B. Coppuck
of Sloan, la., was discharged yesterday for
lack of evldente, after being given a lec
ture by Police' J uilge triydor. McClelland
ajtserted It was a case of mistaken Identity.
Charles Duhle of Leroy, la., charged with
bootlegging, . has been held to the federal
grand Jury at Orestori by United States
Commissioner Crawford under bonds of
8200. ' In default bf bonds Duble was re
warded to lnil at Red Oak' and his care
will come tip at the November term of
court at Creston.
The funeral of James Spencer, the -carpenter
who fell from the top of the new
elevator -blu-v eiwcted aU Thirty-fifth
street and' First avenue by the Middle West
Elevator company, - Wednesday afternoon,
will be held this afternoon at 2 o'clock
from the Latter,. Day Saints' church, of
which denomination ha was a member, and
burial wlll.bejii fail-view cemetery. .
Oecar P. Smith of Woodalns, after lerv
Insr flvo mouth 4n 'the jM,outgomery county
Jnll TpWdhaV rI iWtreg.litifHw'as're-r
lcasnel yesterday on ordi;r. of United states
Comralsrtoner-.'Crawfor4..v Smith was also
f ind M0 by Judge McPherson. but not
having the money wlyhi which to pay It
took the poor debtor oath before Mr.
Crawford and secured his discharge.
The Faslrton, ladles' tailoring, R. H. Em
leln, proprietor, late fitter Orkln Bros. I
do first clans work reasonable. I make
suits for 116, skirts 85. I also do altering
Father Asks Title to Lot Be Qaleted
Against Absnt Son.
That George Allen, son of John Allen,
a former resident of Council Bluffs, now
living In Minneapolis, has not been heard
from in eleven years Is disclosed In a suit
brought by the father In the district court
here to quiet his title to three lots In this
city. George Allen, the missing son. Is
named as defendant. ' ,
In his petition the father states that the
title to the property mentioned 'was held
by his son, although he was the real owner.
In 1898 George Allen went west to secure
employment. He did not return and the
family for eleven years has been unable
to secure -any face of him. At the time
the son went west the family resided in
Council Bluffs. The petition asserts that
the absence of the son for so long a pe
riod -Creates the legal presumption that he
is dead and the father declares his belief
that his son died unmarried.
Mrs. Emma Jenson filed suit for divorce
from'Chils Jenson, to whom she was mar
ried in Pottawattamie county January 11,
ll91t. She charges the defendant with' de
serting her during the spring of 1907. She
asks In addition to the decree of divorce
8300 alimony and 85 a week for the sup
port of their two children, of which she
requests the court to award her the custody.
Numan B. Hawkins traded an' automo
bile truck to Leopold Kastner for a horse
and $:00 In cash, but up to date Hawkins
says he has not set eyes on the money
part of the deal and has brought suit' In
the district court against Kastner to re
cover It. The truck, according to Hawkins,
was guaranteed to climb what Is' known
as the Tdm Owens hill near fhlso' city, and
did successfully perform'-the feat: Kastner,
so Hawkins ' says, was' satisfied that' the
machine would dd'what'ft was guaranteed
to do, acctpled It and delivered the horse,
but deferred payment of the 82U"'untll
some small parts or extras should be sdded
to the auto. Hawkins says he compiled
with this condition, but Kastner still
neglects to pay over the cash.
struck It several times with some heavy
instrument before he succeeded In break
ing It.
Marriage Licenses.
Licenses to wed were issued yesterday to
the following:
Name and Residence.
William T Anderson. Atlantic. Ia 21
Irene Berbert, Atlantic, la
Hugh R. Kauffman. Council Bluffs
Ada R. Kepner, Mifflin, Pa
Lawrence F. Allen, Aurora, Neb....
Nina E. Helms, Aurora, Neb
Exceptional piano bargains this
at A. HoBpe Co., 28 Pearl St.; 28 S.
St., Co. Bluffs, Ia. Easy payments.
Barter oil heaters, no smoke, no smell,
will heat your cold room. 84.50. 85, 86. P.
C. DeVol Hardware company, 504 Broadway.
A Model Mechanic! Equipment and a
Staff of Highly Trained Kxperts.
Many of the comforts of ' modern
civilization depend upon machinery,
and this machinery must he efficient
If these comforts are to be secured.
The "human element" enters largely
Into the calculation, for all tuechan
Ishja are prone to disarrangements un
less .skill and Intelligence are exercised
In their manipulation and control. Aim
ing at the "perfect hotel," the St. Regis
Hotel at Fifth Avenue and Fifty-fifth
Street, New York, first Installed the
most perfect mechanical appliances
possible to obtain, and then proceeded
to organize an efficient engineering
staff. So successful has been the latter
enterprise; and so admirable a system
has been built up by the plan of in
dividual instruction and premiums for
efficiency, that the rueehanlcil force
of the St, "Iv.ejiB Is already recognized
as a moiior of its kind. Its chief is a
well-known engineering expert, anl the
St. Regis i)0(.T plant has been written
tip and Illustrated In engineering pa
pers. Tfce Ilottl St. Regis resUurant
-charges' are the same as other first
- class hotels, and rnorai may be had
there as low as $3 and $4 a day for a
large, handsomely furnished single
bedroom; the ssastne, with private bath
for $5 a day (or $6 for two people);
or' $12 a day and up for an elegant
suite consisting Of, (larlor, bedroom and
private bath.
Hernias Ons visit,
Htdbocslb One Vial
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Independents In Sontnwest Iovra
Taking; Part
A special meeting of the Southwestern
Iowa Independent ' Telephone association
was held yesterday afternoon In this city
to discuss the situation brought about by
the efforts of the Bell company to absorb
the Independent company In Des Moines,
and Its effect on the Independent com
panies In other parts of the state. About
twenty-five members, representing Inde
pendent exchanges in this part of Iowa,
were present at the meeting, which was
held In the exchange building of the local
independent company
It. A. Kinney of Woodbine, president of
the association, was In attendance and pre
sided. J. F. Glenn of Denlson, secretary
of the association, was also among those
present. After the meeting Mr. Kinney
said there was nothing done of Interest to
the public; that they had met merely to
discuss the situation and make arrange
ments to be represented In Des Moines to
day, where the hearing In the injunction
suit brought by the minority stockholders
city to prevent the Bell company from ab
sorbing the Mutual exchange. Is to be
heard. F. J. Day, president of the Council
Bluffs Independent Telephone company,
who Is one of the minority stockholders
who are plaintiffs In the suit, left last
evening .for Des Moines.
It was stated yesterday that no move
had been made by the Bell toward at
tempting a merger In this city.
The Southwestern Iowa Independent Tel
ephone association is vitally Interested In
the outcome of the controversy in Des
Moines. The southwestern district Includes
about twenty counties, in' which are located
approximately 200 Independent telephone
exchanges. About 60.000 Independent tele
phones ars in use In the district.
Iowa Swi Notes.
CEDAR BLUFFS Cedar Bluffs will hold
a corn show November JO. E. D. Walker
has charge of the contest.
CRESTON Mrs. Marie L. Basham, de
partment president of the Iowa Women's
Relief corps, has been inspecting the local
relief corps this week.
KKTHERVILLE A forty-acre farm of
Emmet countv land, near the city of
Esthervllle. belonging to Charles Bartlett,
was sold for K.Outi. or 8150 per acre. Em
met county land is a prize-winner.
Velrx. envoy extraordinary and minister
plenipotentiary from the republic of Cuba
to the United States, will visit this city and
others' in Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska
during the next few weeks.
1IHARPSUUR Grace. the s-year-oia
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Cav
nrr. llvlnif two miles east or here, was ra
Vsilly burned this morning when her dress
caught fire while she was putting a bun
dle of papers In the kitchen stove. The
child died three hours afterwards.
aged to years, died today as a result ol
falling from a ladder while repairing an
flrciria slen lust nieht. He lost his foot
ing and struck the cement sidewalk, break
ing his neck. He remained unconscious
for ten hours before death resulted.
COLFAX John C. Kartchnpr, a pioneer
of loua, coming to Jasper county from
Pennsylvania in 1H47. locating two and
half miles north of this city, where he has
continuously resided since, and who Is now
93 years of age, Is at Hot Springs, S. D.,
under treatment for a cancerous growth.
CORNING Seven carloads of apples have
been shipped out of Corning this week by
Minneapolis parties. This does not Include
winter auules. but are Drinclnally fall and
early fruit. -The trees are full yet of late
apples. Much apprehension is felt now lest
the late freeze has Injured those still in the
FORT DODGE Obed B. Johnson of Har-
court left the city today to go to San
Francisco, where he will sail November
for Canton, China, to do missionary work
there. Recently he was assistant pastor In
a large Congregational , church at Onerlln
O. He "will ttriend Seven ye'&rs at Cantor!
In "ministerial and educational missionary
work -before returning.
CRESTON During the severe windstorm
a few days ago James Dally, a farmer llv
ing near Afton, was caught, and his arm
fractured In two places. An X-ray exam
Ination showed the bone to be so crushed
and splintered that It could not knit. The
hand turned black at once and the Injured
member has been growing steadily worse
He was brought to this place today, to
hospital, and amputation of the arm was
FORT DODGE Illinois Central engine
No. 1118 played a new role In Its life drama
torlay and yesterday, when It was "hitched
to the heating plant at the Illinois Central
station yards and did duty in lieu of th
boiler of the regular heating plant. For
two days, all day long. It has been sta
tioned as near the freight depot as dos
slble, where It has smoked up and chugged
metnoaicany without moving an Inch, whlli
a fireman worked strenuously, but no en
gineer sat in the cab.
BOONE The Fort Dodge, Des Moines &
Southern Railway company has presented
to J. S. Stokes, a faithful motorman, a gold
waicn. costing nearly iiuu. This girt Is Ii
recognition of the use of rare nresence n
mind In the face of grave danger recently
on me roaa, wnen a runaway freight trai
on the Eraser hill was rushlmr toward
crowded passenger coach at the Fraser sta
tlon. stokes saw the cars coming and, put
me ion reverse power, started back
ing up toward Boom. When the crash same
there was very little momentum and prao
tically no damage was done.
FORT DODGE The Des Moines District
Foreign Missionary society of the Methodist
church convenes here Thursday for a four
days' enslon. Three hundred and eighty
two delegates will be present from Iowa,
Minnesota, Nebraska, Missouri, Kansas and
Arkansas. Six missionaries, three from
China, two from India and one from
Burmah, will give addresses. Tliev are Car
rie M. Bartlett. Ngu Cheng, China; Alice
A. Evans. Hyderabad, India; Joan Davis
Bombay, India; Grace Hlockwell, Rangoon
Burmah; Alta Newby, Nan Chung. China;
Dr. T. S. Johnson, Jubbuluore. India.
Council Bluffs
Members of the city council saw an
opportunity yesterday afternoon to have
their names handed down to posterity
and some of them, fearing that opportu
nity might not knock again at their door,
grasped it with both hands. This op
portunity arrived when an ordinance
changing the present names 6f several
streets and avenues waa brought be
fore the council. Trouble has frequently
arisen In the past from the fact that
more than one street or avenue bore the
same name.
The ordinance passed Jniler suspension
of the rules yesterday afternoon Is In
tended to remedy this trouble and Coun
cilmen Olson, Morgan and Younkerman
succeeded In having streets named after
them. A. W. Casady, city clerk, was
not to be lost In the shuffle and one of
the streets Was renamed after him. Jerry
Walter, for several years a member of
the city engineer's force, also succeeded
In having a street renamed after him.
Millard Fillmore Rohrer, who was
mayor of Council Bluffs for two terms,
was honored by the council. Owing to
the fact that there is already a Rohrer
avenue, it was not practicable to call
another street by this name, so one of the
streets renamed will henceforth be
known as Fillmore street. Mr. Rohrer,
to show his appreciation of the honor
conferred upon him, has arranged to en
tertain the members of the city council
and representatives of the several news
papers at dinner at the Grand hotel this
What Streets Are Changed.
The ordinance as parsed yesterday aft
ernoon changes the names of the follow
ing thoroughfares:
Clark street, from Broadway to Har
mony street, changed to Babbit avenue.
There is also a Clark avenue.
Cross street from Middle Benton street to
Logan -street, changed to Younkerman
avenue. There is also a Cross avenue.
Glen street from Pierce street south.
changed to Cass street. There Is also a
Glen avenue.
Grove street from Galesburg addition,
changed to Morgan street, In honor of
Councilman Morgan of the Second ward
There ia also a Grove street running east
of South First street.
High street west from Commercla
venue, changed to Olson avenue In honor
of Councilman John Olson, the nestor of
the city council. There Is also a High
street running south from Ninth avenue to
Twentieth avenue.
Little Frank street from Broadway south
changed to Walters street. There is another
Frank street, east or First street and run
nlng south east from Harmony street.
Logan street from Fleming avenue north,
changed to Casady street In honor of City
Clerk A. W. Casady. There Is also a
Logan street running -north from Har
mony street.
Middle Benton street from fieming ave
nue north, changed to -Fillmore street. In
honor of Former Mayor. Millard Flllmorel
nlng north' from Broadway to Hyde ave
nue. . , '
, Mynster avenue rrorq Harrison street wes
io Mynster Springs. ?tmnged to Spring
street. There Is also 'a MrnHt'er -street ninr
nlng from North EigHtlV street to Main
street. . . - ...
Kfdge street,, from, Canning, street north
changed to Slmm's avenue. There Is also
a Ridge street running 'south from Pierce
street. - i 1 '- 1
The entire ttirw waa devoted to selecting
names for these streets and practically
nothing else was done at the meeting. City
Clerk Casady was granted a week's vaca
tion during the present month. The coun
cil adjourned to next Monday evening.
Judge Displays
His Versatility
are also under way for private right-of-way
for a street car line from Highland
park, and It Is given out that a new inter
urban will probably use the line.
Hon. I. B. Richman of Muscatine was
today elected president of the Iowa Li
brary association. In an address Mr.
Richman discussed the Eliot five feet of
books, discarding all but about a dosen
of Eliot's and substituting such works as
Adam Bede" and the "Ancient Mariner."
Iowa postmasters went on record today
as favoring the postal savings bank, de
cided to meet In Fort Dodge next year
and listened to Postmaster J. Robertson of
Fort Dodge take a rap at the civil serv
ice. In which he claimed It was respon
sible for postmasters not getting better
clerks. Senator Dolliver was unable to be
present to speak. Several postmasters
claim the only reason the convention went
to Fort Dodge Is the failure of any one
from Des Moines to appear and give an
Invitation to stay here. Several were se
vere on the local business men for negli
gence of the convention.
In an opinion given to the directors of
rural school district. State Superintend
ent Rlggs said today, held that It Is a
misuse of public funds for directors to
employ and pay a teacher who does not
have a certificate, and any taxpayer would
have cause for action In court to recover
from the directors the amount paid.
Children of Fort Dodge Farmer to
Develop Deposit.
FORT DODGE, la.. Oet. 14.-Speclal
Telegram.) Incorporation papers were filed
in this city today for a 8150,000 concern.
It was the E. M. Gypsum company,, owned
and operated by the thirteen children of a
pioneer farmer, Adam Wasem, seven boys
and six girls. Adam Wasem, Jr., will be
president; Otto Wasem, manager; Will
Wasem, vice president; Ella Wasem, secre
tary; Henry Wasem. treasurer. The ground
for a 875,000 up-to-date mill, the largest In
the country, will be broken Monday andl
It Is hoped to be In operation by early
next summer. The land to be used Is lfiO
acres of rich gypsum underlying the Wasem
homestead, and the mill w.ll be between
the Great Western and Illinois Central
roads, N which cross the farm. This will
make the tenth gypsum Industry here.
Boys' Sweater Coats
Wise parents will rrotect the health ot
their boys by getting them the sensible, sea
sonable and serviceable sweater coat row so
Roys' Oxford Oray RthhM sweaters of
good quality, In slses 84 to 34. 50C
Children's Strictly All Wool Sweaters In
fancy colors, fine quality, atiee QClB
24 to 8ft. at t7Jt
Touths' fine Worsted Pwjaters, natural
gray color with fancy trimmings, J J
Coys' 75c Combination
Suils, Special at 45c
Boys' heavy Derby Ribbed Combination Suits, In stiver rsy color,
sites z to 84. positively worth 78c. special at
Boys Fall Caps
Merchant Accused of Arson.
ESTHER VILLE, la., Oct. 14.-tSpeclal.)
Setting fire to his own stock of goods and
burning them arid the building Is what. It
Is alleged, J. N. Miller of Gruver, pro
prietor of the Miller Mercantile company,
did yesterday mrnlng, about 1:30 o'clock.
No cause Is known for this act, unless It
was to get the Insurance, which amounts
to K.&00, on the stock and building. Miller
was arrested by Sheriff Butler of Esther
vllle and the Information filed against him
accuses him of arson. He waived examina
tion and was bound over to the grand Jury
under 82,000 bonds.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy Is today the best known
medicine In use for the relief and cure of
bowel complaints. It cures griping, diar
rhoea, dysentery and should be taken al
the first unnatural looseness of the bowels.
It ia equally valuable for children and
adults. It always cures. Sold by all druggists.
Grants Divorce and Five Minutes
Later Marries Divorcee and Her
Chief Witness.
What have you done with your last
winter's over coat; If you can't find It
come to me for your nsw coat. I will
make you coat that you will feel proud
at. ens that you will fMl at home In, it
will be a parfttct fit, up-to-date and made
to suit you exactly I Hint he afraid of
, a 4 IS Broadway, OoaacU Bluffs, la.
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m iii isirita m jj
MAHKNOO It appears now as if this
little city would be compelled to be with
the Mutual Telephone company of that JD'T, '."".."U;"110" of 1,8
...... . i ins was rnane
evident at the mevtlng of the city council
last night, when an effort was made to
bre-ik the deadlock over the selection of a
mayor to succeed Henderson, who was re
moved from office a few weeks ago under
the CoHson law. Henderson was ousted
on a charge of drunkenness, his case be
ing the first of the kind to come up in the
state under the law which the last legisla
,V,ro, Passed. For four weeks now the coun
cil has bt-en In a deadlock over the nam
ing of.his tuccessor.
FORT DODGE A nocturnal thief cleverly
left the dental laboratory tif Dr. P. P Dorr
In this city last nlirht without luvin, .
single clue that will lead to his discovery.
He took with him 8M0 worth of gold and
platinum, which he extracted carefully
rrom drawers and partially finished sets of
false teeth. It is thought by Dr. Dorr to
be the systematic work of a gang which
operates, all over the state, and that the
stolen property Is shipped to some central
point to be sent out of the state for sale
The gold Is 20. J2 and 24-karat, and would
not be purchased by Jewelers, who would
pave no use for it. The platinum Is what
Is known as Iridic and is a kind used
principally by dentists.
FORT 1 lOIKlK The Webster City district
CongregatlonallKts concluded a two days'
session here today after many hopeful ad
dres and discussions. The consensus of
opinion developed during the session was
that the modern church is sociological more
than theoloKlcal and that there should be
more flexibility In plan of service to fit
demands of localities. "Fifty Years of
Congregationalism In Northwest Iowa" was
a subject ably developed this afternoon bv
T. o. Douglas. D. 1.. a pioneer In Con
gregationalism In Ioa. This evening thr
elonlng session will honor Rev. Thrush of
Webster City, who leaves the district to
accept a church in Spencer. He will aive
- uui vi me session.
LIQUOR CO., 511 S. Main. 'Phones 3323.
' N. T. Plumbing Co. Tel. SV. Night. 11702.
Breaks Window, Stents Watch.
A sold watch valued st 850 was stolen
about I o'clock yeateray morning from
the show window of the Grand Union Tea
company's atore at 408 West Broadway.
To secure the watch the thief broke In
ths window, doing damage to the extent
of 175.
Two sterling stiver cups, valued at
$100 each, on display with the watch
and which could easily have been taken
by the thief, were not disturbed. The
stolen watch and the two cups formed
a display of trophies being offered by
ths tea company to Its managers - and
agents who make the best showing In
Increased business tbls year. Ths
trophies have been exhibited In thirty-one
stores In Iowa previous to being placed
on display here.
Broadway was completely deserted at
ths time of the robbery and the sound
of ths falling glass on the sidewalk was
not heard by the patrolman on that beat.
Ths broken window waa discovered by
ths patrolman shortly after I o'clock.
Marks on ths glass Indicate that ths thief
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., Oct. 14. (Special.)
All divorce records were broken today In
district court when Judge W. H. McHenry
granted a divorce to Mrs. Golden Oberly
on the grounds of cruelty. In which San
ford Fair was' her chief witness, and five
minutes later the same Judge married her
to Sanford Fair. While Deputy Clerk Ros-
sitter was recording the divorce decree,
Deputy Clerk Baldwin waa making out the
marriage license. The Judge who granted
the dlvorce-.performed the marriage cere
mony five minutes after signing, the decree
and the chief witness at the divorce hear
ing became the groom at the marriage.
The whole affair occurred on the first
anniversary of Mrs. Oberly's marriage to
Howard Oberly, from whom she was di
vorced. Representatives of the McKinley interests
of the Illinois Traction company are in
Des Moines today, and admit that they are
looking at the Des Moines street railway
wlth the idea of buying It. Negotiation
Boys' Oolf Cap with Outside band, In 9f
black, blue and fancy, mixtures, at 9L
Boys' Oolf Cap with fur underhand, made of
serges, cheviots and kerseys. In brown, Cft
green, gray and fancy mixtures, at lC
Boys' Button-Top Oolf Cap with fur under
hand, an entirely new style '.hat Is both neat
and nobby. Comes In fancy weaves,
brown, green, gray, tan, etc., at 81 and.
"The House of
High Merit."
"The Train of Real Lights.'
The Fopyiao
ag TTpaiini
With our command of the tailoring
art we can produce clothes that make
the tall man look broader, and the
stout man more Blonder.
The secret it's In the selection
of cloth and drafting of patterns.
We have all the newest exclusive
shades and patterns from which to
select things you won't find dup
licated In other shops.
And we're particular with the
Inside workmanship for wear
surely brings out any skimping,
The style in Dresher Clothes lasts.
As an argument for good tailoring I
will make you a suit to order, choice
of the newest greys or serge, lined with
guaranteed Alpaca or Serge $25.
UI5 r.m Jtm 6t.Orrnrua
& o.I2ttuSt . Lincoln
Open evenings Too busy making
clothes to close.
Lcavos Omaha at 6:30 P. FJ.
This train is about perfect for all classes of travel. '
It is brilliantly lighted by electricity generated by a
dynamo in charge of the train electrician
i ...
The standard sleepers, with berth lights, are of the latest
models - ". . .
The steel library observation cars are all that could be
desired for their purposes
The sleepers and diner are ready at the Omaha station at
' 6:00 p. m? There are no handsomer dining cars than the new
ones in operation on this train, nor is there anywhere any bet
ter dining car service- .
Breakfast is served in the diner before 8 :30 a. m., the time
of arrival in Chicago. This enables you to go at once to your
place of business, .and gives you ample time for connection
with all trains east;
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Conductors iflotormen
. Able-bodied men, between the ages of 23 and 40, above
five feet six inches in. height, and well recommended, for
permanent positions ds conductors and motormen.
Residents of Omaha and vicinity preferred. ' 1 ,
Apply from 9 :30 to 11 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. daily, at the
office of superintendent of transportation, 2d floor Hereby
ants' National liank building. .'. , ;
Omaha & Council Bluffs
Street Railway Company
MAnSHALLTOWN-The city council at
Its regular monthly meeting today voted
a valuable fr.nchlFS for gas electric hght
and .;..wer ,,nd sirjet railway service V,
H. W Darling and Louis Schroeder of
Chicago While the ordinance was nre-
in me name or these Chicago men
ther-. Is conrlu.'ve evidence that it was
engineered by Colonel Pratt of Chicago
franchise for there public utilities The
Jones & Hovey original franchise expires
n eight years and the hnnrf. ,'T
r-un out In four. They were put to It i
secure a renewal, which has thus far been
and ihe council. Ths question of the fran
chise Is. however, lo be finally determined
at special election to be called soon
Back up your claim to quality by
making your printed matter show it
A. L Ran, lawpnnii, 1210-1212 tiasrarn Street
Train No. 2 leaves Omaha at 6:00 P. M., car
rying through Pullman sleepers, diner and new .
steel reclining chair cars. t
Tickets and detailed information at City'
Ticket Office, 1402 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.