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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1909)
THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1000.
DILL PUZZLES THE BOARD
Account of George Parks & Co. Will
Be Investigated First.
CALLS TOR BIO LOT OF EXTRAS
1 lie mo Were to IIbt Been Supplies!
br Other tniitwctor Work
Done at the ('antr
A 1)111 Is now In Aie hands of the Doug
Ins county commlsHloners that Is puxsllns;
t.j Rome of the members, at least. It Is In
fnvor of Geori?c 1'arks & Co., and calls
for 11,023.75, for extras on a contract to
pt now boilers at the iJouRias county
hospital. The contract for sotting the
boilers was let to the Tarks firm early
in the fall, for a lump sum of 12.9S7, which
amount wus paid to that firm November
19. The original contract provided, as
shown by committee report attached, that
thiTJ should be no extras of whatsoever
nature, us the contract covered all that
was necessary to be done.
In a notation attnehed to the pending
bill the county comptroller calls attention
to the fact that Turks ft Co., have charged
In their bill 11.40 per yard for sand, while
Hull & Co. have contracted to furnish
sand to the county at 78 cents per yard;
that cement is ciiarped for at the rate of
BO cents per sack, while Hull A Co. fur
nish cement to the county at 29V4 cents a
The Itemized bill for extras of Tarks tk
Co., chnres for material 11P1.39; for steani
flttins; 1273; for brlek masons, $102.75, and
for helpers $:r.'fi.V. Thus there Is a labor
cost of 1S4.W. asalnst a cost for material
used by the workers of 1101.89.
Superintendent Elsasser explains that the
engineer of tha huspltul kept tab on the
hrurs put fn by the steam fitters, masons
and helpers, and that he supposes tho
sahia 'Is correct. . The work done was the
dlKKlnn of a pit wherein a tank that had
to be moved could be placed. Then the
pit had to be bricked up and new connec
tl ns made with the tank and boilers. Ac
cording to some contractors who have seen
tho bill fof ex'ras, the steamfttters, masona
sr.d other workers must have been kept
on the ground duiinR all the time the work
was In progress, and no one has yet ex
plained Just why this was necessary.
There Is another bill connected with tho
same Job, In favor of the United States
upply company, for 1251, for a valve by
Which the boilers and tank can be chaJiRed
from high pressure to low. Men familiar
with such things Insist the county could
have bought ft similar valve In open market
fo.- at least ISO less.
The whole .natter will be Investigated
and ventilated by the board before the
I'arks & Co., bill for extras Is allowed.
Crude Oil May
Flow to Omaha
GoVernor Brooks ays Project is Con
sidered for Pipe Line from Cas
per to Gate City.
Wyoming crude oil to market br way
of a pipe line from Casper to Omaha Is
a project likely to be consummated soon,
atcordlna to Governor Brooks, who Is
taking & large interest in the developement
of the nulurul resources of his state. The
governor Is stopping at the Her Grand, as
tha guest of Krtd A. Castle, manager, dur
iiiK his may In Omaha on his way home
from Chicago. Governor Brooks has been
In attendance at the Farm Land congress
there for the past ten days.
"I'-iiKltsn capitalists are investigating the
v' po(,.- iullitli s oi our oil fields," said the
Bovirnor," anl the prospects are highly
favorable. - . "
"l)j. , Charles, J. Fauvel, an oil specialist,
repi t'.st nU' K. It Is said, large English
iir.tiri ts In (lie oil territory, 1b making a
study of conditions. He told me Just before
my departure for tho east that It was
highly probable that a pipe line would be
laid down' the grade to Omaha, where
the ol could be put on tne market.
"That can be made to mean great things
to our country. At Omaha the railroad
facilities and later, possibly, river navi
gation. Will mean a sure and certain
outlet for the product.
"The Wyoming oil Is chiefly valuable for
lubrication. It Is true that the oil out
there has been little heard from, but It
has been known for a long time. Why,
way back there In the early days the
freighters used to take It as It came out
of tho ground In springs lo grease their
wagons. Oil can 'be skimmed off the top
of most any well out there around Casper
and Lander, the principal towns of the
Althcugh Govemnr Ilrooks would have
nothing to say about matters politically,
It was said by other vrMeiners at the
hotel tiat the kockIp was that he would
aauin be a candidate. Then there Is a
Whisper that he hearj the call ot the
I'nlud states senute.
Watches FUENZER 15th, and Dodge.
BARTLETT MRS. PRATT'S
COUNSEL IN SETTLEMENT
Inside of T)rnl Whereby Drome anil
Yluannhalt-r Held the Sack la
The plot thick ns!
It's a good old game, "rolling the law
yers," ' said one member of the Douglas
county bar, referring to the settlement of
the Pratt suits by Colonel and Mrs. Pratt
without the knowledge of Attorneys Vin
sonbaler and Drome, who had represented
her li district court.
"It's brul on- the lawyers though." con
tinued the speaker "particularly when you
cons'der that Mrs. Pratt was in a position
to fore a settlement only through the
effort i of these atorneys."
"Tlu r. Is a law against "rolling a drunk,"
tald u jfd,;e of the district court, "but
oon aulnst tolling an attorney."
It has been Karned that Mrs. Pratt was
represented in the settlement by Attorney
C M. Bartlett. When Messrs. Vlnsonhaler
and Drbino were trying to locate her down
east, they got word that she had retained
S. Boston firm, Haley and Dlckerman.
Writing to this firm the two Omahans
received an answer that the suit had
5en settled, that E. M. Bartlett had acted
'or the Bustonlans here and that his name
had been suggested "by their Chicago
Ylrtaonhalrr and Brome think "their Chl
;aao coi respondent" w as none other than
:1. W. Magco. Colonel Pratt's son-in-law
tiul ae:ciale counsel with John C. Co win
n bvhalf of Colonel Pratt. Bartlett and
jeiiural Cowin anel intimate frlm.ls, and It
ouka to Messrs. Brume and Vlnsonhaler
la not utt.ily imrpobuble that Mr. Magee,
f ha was the "Chicago correspondent."
nlfcht have hcurd General Cowln some
line speak highly of Mr. Bartlttt's talent
is an attorney. Who represented Colonel
fratt hlmtelf in the negotiations which
td to a bfttlement does not appear and
here is nolhjng which will warrant the aa--itteui
thai ft was Mr. Cowln.
Every Tuesday brings amazing bargains at Brandeis
stores. Read these extra specials. Every one means a great
saving of money to you.
SPECIALA NEW YORK MANUFACTURER'S SAMPLES
il( RnHs and Collarettes
Made of fine silk net, silk chiffon and
liberty silk, with wide ribbon streamers
about 100 styles in black, white and
colors worth up to $3.00 at, each
75c and 85c DRESS GOODS at 39c
42 to 52-inch all wool suitings, fancy broadcloths, fancy
tailor serges, 50-inch Victoria suitings, 48-inch imported
Bradford, England, finest mohairs a fine rr
lot of high class dress goods, in full pieces y U
special bargain square, yard
50c and 85c SILKS at 29c and 25c Yd.
A big lot of 27-inch plain and fancy dot silks, 24-inch Peau
de Cachemere in street and evening shades, 22-inch pail
ette de Soie, 27-inch Radium silks, satin Messalines," etc.
would sell regularly at 50c to f flf
85c a yard ou bargain square, Vjfi an
at, yard mdVJ fad CSV
Mill Lengths of 10c & 15c Fleece Flannels at 21c Yd.
One big counter piled hjgh with all sorts of printed fleece
flannels, suitable for waists, dresses and kimonos; they
are in mill lengths worth up to 15c a yard;
are going to be sold ut
One big table of all kinds
of Persian Challies in
long mill lengths; . Jt
at, a yard .
Fevncy Fleece Flannels
One big table of fancy
fleeced flannels; these are
are in full pieces, not
remnants, worth J J.'
to 12y2cyd., at.....C
Women's $3 and $4 Sweater Coats at $1.98
New styles in these practical coats, in red, white arid Oxford
colors all sizes and worth $3.00 and $4.00 each ; 1 98
Tuesday special, at. ... , vp I :
Genuine fleatherbloom Petticoats at $1.2)
All colors, including all the new shades of "Wisteria, rose'i
blue, new browns, etc., as well ok black. Wears (P J 25
longer than silk; Tuesday special . . P )
Knitteil Shawls and Capes at 25c E?ch
Shawls and large circular capes, of finest Saxony- and
Zephyr yarn some hand crocheted also ice ctk f
wool scarfs and squares worth up to $2.00, Al
at, each.....:. ...-.
Welt and turn sole shoes
Every pair new, up-to-date
styles dull or patent leath
er worth up to $4
a pair, at
Hundreds of velvet untrim
med shape all the newest
large, medium and small
shapes worth up a PA
to 7.50, at sJaJeDU
3 SPECIALS IN BOYS' CLOTHES
1J o y s' 50c Knee
knee pants, made
of good cheviots
in base- OO
Boys' Corduroy Knick
erbocker Pants ex
tra well made never
ottered elsewhere for
less than SL60. 2d
Boys' $4 Combination
Suits a pair of ex
tra pants to match,
free with every suit
well made suits
In basement, $4 9$
" lit U WU B
am la mt
llarr I.lj?ht Turbanette Created
for the new French Turban Coif
fure. Gives style, comfort and
fits the new hats. At Bramdets
Notion Department, CH.
main floor . ,JUl
Notion Section One lot ot fine
silk and nainsook rubber lined
dress shields, sold everywhere
at 25c to 60c a iiair, I A
at, per pair , lUC
IPHMSMttf i-lla litaei
TTT Til TVTPv Y"i liki nT
I I B Is-
(I I ( THK WINTER 8TTLK ROOK should be In
V . I ynr hm now. 2Qo axiel a free pattern.
Brin All the Boys and Girls
To Toylowa at Bennett's
.Don't let anything keep them away. We have prepared a
great toy show for their special benefit and we expect them.
Every, day will be a jolly day from now until Christmas.
Wonderful new toys from everywhere.
Baby Styles That Arc "Just Too Cute"
Ever visit the cory little Infants' Room up on the second floor?
It's Just brimful of cunning little garments of all kinds that are espe
cially nice for baby's Christmas.
Bearskin Coats, white and gray
at $2.50 to $5.00
Bearskin. , Bonnets to match
at , . .39c to $1.23
Broadcloth Coats with kilted
skirts- navy, red, etc., at. $7.05
Infants Bath Robes of Teaiel
downs in pinks and blues, at,
from $I.OO to $2.25
Fnr, White Angora Sets. $2.50
Chinchilla Fur Sets $2.50 to $4.50
Mink Fur Sets $2.50 to $5.00
A SoJe of Christ mac s Ribbons
Two splendid lines of all silk Taffeta, Measaline and Moire Ribbons in
every conceivable shade, especially appropriate for making Christmas
gifts, wide widths, worth 15c, 17c and 25c at, per JQg J5c
Great Trading Stamp Distribution
300,000 S. & II. Stamps to be given away this week to
those starting new books 60 S. & H. Green
Stamps practically free to everybody.
Old collectors opening- new hooka can take advantage of
thin great free offer. 5,000 new collectors are Invited to
Join the great Green Trading Stamp colltMjtng family.
Your neighbor la beautifying her home free of cost with
Green Trading Stamp premiums. Why not you? Books
with 80 H. A H. Stamp attached given out at store en
trances to all. A !5c purchase entitles you to 80 addi
tional stamps. Get these stamps with all your Chrlat
mas purchases. Surprising how rapidly books fill up.
Bennett's give Trad lug attamps every day on rerrkhlng.
1 yiwewii '
Rplendltl T aloes In Trash Boosted
gnlder'.s Pork and
Jjeans, can ..Buo
And 20 Stamps.
meat, 3 pkgs.SSo
And 10 Stamps.
fast Coffee, 2-lb.
And 40 Stamps.
sior Flour, $1.73
And 80 Stamps.
assorted, lb. .480
And 60 Stamps.
Tea SIf tings, lb.
package .... .16o
And 16 Stamps.
Baking i Powder,
pound . . . .130
And 10 Stamps.
New South Syr
up, cau .B8o
And 1 Stamps.
Polk's j Soups, . 8
cane . .,. . , . . .83o
And 10 Stamps.
Diamond ; O Ta
bid Salt,.pkg. lOo
And 10 Stamps.
Peanut Butter, i
Jars ...,... 800
And 10 Stamps.
Oil, bottle ,.45o
And 30 Stamps.
Hartley's ' Mar
malade, jar, BOO
And 10 Stamps.
fish, 8 pkgs, 880
And 10 Stamps.
Starch, pkg. . lOo
And to package
Waxer F R K K.
Yankee Rose toi
let soap, 8 for 8S0
And 30 Stamps.
Rex Lye, three
cans tot . . . .850
And 10 Stamps.
Fruit Jam B80
And 10 Stamps
I cans for . .8S0
at . . 8O0
And 30 Stamps.
Bouillon, for 40o
Diamond S Chili
And 10 Stamps.
Double Trading Stamps on Sugar
Light weights a
bit risky. . Better
shift. Ask for
welts, any leather
" we've them all.
PROTEST MADE AGAINST ,
GARBAGE DISTRICT PLAN
Sonthweat Improvement Club Insists
that Scheme- Exists to Speenlate
and Make Moner. .
Fred Schamel, president, and If. V. Stev
ens, secretary, of the Southwest Impiove
meut club, have filed with the rlty clerk
a protest against the proponed establish
ment of garbage districts In the city of
Omaha. An ordinance for that purpoae Is
now before the council committee of the
The southweit Improvers Insist In their
protect that "the object of the ordinance
la not to enhance the Interest, health or
condition of the citizens of Omaha, but to
speculate and make money out of and by
virtue of such proposed ordinance." They
also express themselves In favor of main
taining the garbage contract as It. stands
at present, and It the contractor .eloes not
carry out its terms that he be sued on his
It Is understood about the city hall that
zlmllar protests from other Improvement
clubs and civic organisations are in process
of incubation. Tha pending ordinance Is
favored by Health Commissioner ConnelL.
ho believes anything would be better than
ihe present arrangement. The Protestants
say the district system was once tried in
Omaha with anything but satisfactory results.
Injared In se Fir
or bruised by a fall, apply Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve. Cures burns, wounds, sores,
ee-sema, piles. Guaranteed, tic For sale
by Beaton Drug Co.
Bee Want Ads Boost Your Business
' 'Pride of Oma.ha, Send me a
I want flour 1 doa't have to tend
If once you try it, you will al
ways buy it.
For of good things to eat there
will be no lack."
Nellie V. Hooven, 1200 Military Ave.,
Zt i .si
As Order on her Grocer for a
24-lb. Sack of Pride of Omaha
Flour to Every Women
who malls un a verse of four to six lines
(which we use for adver'-tatnz) about
Pride of Omaha Flour.
UPDIKE MLlluG CO.,
1513 Sherman Avo., Omaha, Nb.
Tboss bird nisbt coughs of the children
Vhst shall you give tbem? Just what
your mother jsve you, and Just what her
X J mother give her! Insomeftmilies.Ayer'
&ct if h sndorsei Ayt'i Cherry Pectoral bss been the only cough
Owrry 'cYai ot ih coufh. onj cold of medicine for seventy years. Once la the
i iutu Io-.f family. It stays. Keep it on band.
Hard Goal and Soft Goal
R. H. f.lOBEKGUSE CO.
'I'rompt lVlivery. liest Grades.
rHOITXia Webster 3106, Webster 818
Five Tuns of Our
(ILL.) COAL FHKK.
Phone for l'artirulars at Once.
AT , .
Tafl's Dental Rooms
To one of our salesmen the
other day, that he had more
general satisfaction in a pair
than from any shoe he had
bought at the same price. No
corns when the shoes are built
on special lasts. Are every
Inch style and worthy value.
Our absolutely guarantee
stands back of every pair we
sell. They are mads In Velour
Box Calf, Patent Colt, Visi
Box Calf. Patent Colt, Vlcl
Drexel Shoe Co.
141) Faroam Street
I1U I tLS.
lth AN n JACKSON
VaeaeeUea Tor Its Kaaaty
Christmas Fair ofuil
h B...ihe Churches... m
1 -rf r--
In Court of DEE BUILDING
The Fair Starts Tomorrow with
an Abundant Supply of Suitable l
St. Mary's Avenue Congregational VV eatmmi$ter
Presbyterian. ' .
Friday Saturday '
First Congregational Lowe Avenue Presbyterian.
First Methodist Church Clifton Hill Presbyterian.
Luncheon 11:30 to 2 p. m. 20cts. p
Home Made Canned Goods, Embroideries, Books, Fancy Goods
1 Knitnrl a
via Tho Chicago & North Western Ity.
Tickets on sale November 15, 20, 28,
29, 30, December 1, 5 and 6. Return
limit December 13, 1909, account
International Live Stock Exposition
Novembtr 27 December 10
U. S. Land and Irrigation Exposition
November 20 December 4 n
National Farm Land Congress;
November 16 20
These low rates, the splendid train
service and the numerous attrac
tions make this an unusual oppor
tunity to visit Chicago.
Ticket Offices: 1401-1403 Famam Street
Cleanliness too :4
Commends an Elec
tric Flat Iron to y ou.M
Omaha Electric Light and Power Company
T. M. C. A. BLDQs BOTH PHONES
, Daily and Sunday Bee $6.00
Woman's Home Companion 1.50
Regular price for both one year. .$7.50 J
Eegular price for both one year. .$7.50 J VA Hi)
THE OMAHA DEE
Daily Bee (without Sunday) $4.00 '
McClur' Magaiize 1.50
Eegular price for both one year. .$5.50 ,
Daily and Sunday Bee $6.00 1
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