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1 M A 1 1 A . Sl'NUAY MnKMNii. MAY 1. WI
SING LK OJPY FIVE HINTS.
7 . J'rVT
Lace Waists for $5
Truly on of the n"fatet
harpains we have ever of
t'ereil. TiVy go on pale Mon
Tnere are only j't of them; colors
black. h!t and ru. with Per
sian trimmines They are trav
Don't mips this
A Fcraarkablc Embroinery Bargain
$125 Goods for 39c
I'ii :4- r.. fi and T-1r- i V" -mi ,1.1 -.-
ISe Sml-roidi-i. lo 5vp-h
:!! f - - r ii,sa. a . - . - i r.
-la r. ' ;.' "fat r' Trnp ii .1 r y e
w 1 . .'' Morday. it . .
-i 1 -
id vs mi1." fro
M MMki: -TVI.K i:M)K and any
Hon.' .To'irna! raiterri Fr-e ..
Kic Ladies' I Jf
Clean Op of Hosiery
From Oar Recent Big Purchase
After the lorarai lUn of mciry la the lt two
day. b t-mtar t-cThr tbat ! ift of vht rr-
t. X,ni pnrchM ana rtlKl tiim toto two dtffcront lots.
r pnt pile oa tm that w-UA cin tam out tpvoAUr
oidit Im tkav in
r an-l Ln. HuK1 Hiu ' "v
$1.25 and $1.35 Pongee
Silk Monday 69c
.Genuine Rajah, fllirage Silk, Mars
and Toki) Silks
About 5.M y.ir.i f t!. u:.'it
pongee silk, in a!i th- j.-linz
bhadfs. i'i;u!r:' Kaj;;:i iik uauie
&tanip-d on -olvac. uilrn." : i ; 1 1
filways sell fr t1.'"j o'ii.h in 'vi.ith
"J" To 'J inch' vritl. IrVmc. j''tjir'e
shade, pink. delf. reseda. wUter.a.
Interesting News from the Women's Ready-to-Wear Dept.
eatawba. tan. brown, zray. o'd ro--.
navy, myrtle, wine, raspbi'ny. latli t
In areat de.r.anrt this s-aon. J'l nift-cs f
J diagonal siiks are in-l'.iied
The same goois as o'i see
elsewhere at II.Cj. $i ''.' ant
1.50 Buy them Monda..
Ti.j '-ontiLiial apjaram-e of jou.ethinz n'.x !u orw ready-ln-wea
ijitt-re-t at lWer heat t'rt in day to iiay. Thi- cr'at cipartnivat never
-tan.l- Mill. The
on.ei.t a va'x erection appear in the eat t'je Minile are epreed to and they are
a display at I'.ennett's a lew day afterward. In eijnjunetion with the d:-iay of new
rment offer for Mo:
ter coats or
75 Pieces of Colored Linei Suitings at About
One Half Price
We bought from a Xew York iniorter these elecant colored
ens lieht weizht. fine linen, as well as heavier weavt
5e pure Linen Suitings, all color? and black. ."6" ins. wide....25r
7,"io colored Kimi linens, all shade. .') inches wide 34c
$l.ix let linen suiting?, every color. inches wide
$1.2.") French linens, 4G inches wide, all colors
Kxtra spet-ial Momlay, worth 2,V, Monday
Fifty pieces best 3-ineh suitings ( linen ) come in plain
1 11 1 1 1 a fill 1 .1
for bovs' or trirls' sailor suits even van! is worth llie: Mondav.
at. a yard 10c
DRESS GOODS $L00 Goods for 49c LYeam storm serges with, hair
li!e of fclaek stripes; for suits, dresses and skirts, 46 inches wide
worth $1.00; Monday at 49c
I.inrn ll'ir ('iiais T st. ics of
Women s Motor Col', njau- of
I r: 7. h i!n. n. a nafiral color
'it inches lone. Double or sirs,'.
tite.iTed: ixi'rih !c.t at neck
sr.9r sr.nr, sio ana si2
e dozeu new
linda.. : n.ado
e. rin ar.'l
a - -
S7.f5 ?8.f)3 SIO t2 S13
S 10.5O and S25.00
Wah "uiin Monday e open u;i
the Women's Wash Suits Z't
y ! are now raly : som mad
of KneliFh R-t ;.. n white, pink
.oid Mne: other? made of r.artrs:
tuir Iris-h linen. The i-ca's are
lay some really srreat barsrain.
"4 inches lone: smi-fitted back
Tbe ski-ts are the lull p.ai'ni
lBoJel? ,;' j : 3 M. al
S6.93 S7.03 SS.5 SIO
S12 S13 ni Slt).50
Moce :..MI. ..iO an.l .-.H)
Suit, now 1 r. Two huudr-u
new suits hate tien addej to tbf
lot for Mon'lat 's !ei;'n AM : ae
neir sprins ,-haieR. a ei: a
blaik and navy "Sio'its " .
values un to $M ...!. at $19..1,0
Knipli-e inK'W (.own nen
styles of Ladies' Nainsook ("owns
on sale Monday; seme are trim
med with la'-: others ith em
broidery and :nsen;on; ail have
ribbon dra- strines at neck and
a.ft. sijnr- slet-v'fl n id-'al
linuniT p3rnlan. a: . S 1 .OO
1.H rrm.c xlipK, ;.J.tH Mon
day tnurn.CK w " t on a
W'oni' ii s Pr:n !" .!;. .rs
batiste and !an, in fi:i. blue
ann wl'.i!". iaie trimmed at n' k
and bottom. 3 to 4 4 Then
ar" odd s!r.e and broken lots of
o'ir t and $4 i'i carmer.t- -
a S2.98 and S1.9S
diinns unl (tiemiM', ai ."' 1 n.
!arg table piled h:ph With
Women 8 mown? and Lone Chem
ise, ma do of iher ranshrtc. l.e'v
and embroidfTy trimmed: cowns
have short and lor.f; s)
That are Different for
$71, $10 i $15
We mi; d.'ft-re;;:, lin a im auotl
stW ar not shown elsewhere at
tbe.- jiriies. and where in the
w oilman 'hat does not w ant to be
different, and. aain. where ia the
woman that dors not fel that
lif'.e tw;n:e of pride in the pos
session of a fetnnnwiB hat that 1r
different from all o-hera. and still
d.d ni t cost as much as the others
r';e.( .)! tip r"p'i'ar priepn 1:1a'.
'. in. I- up ir r-at -n.'.eiierv pr
: . w Hk v fa-. 'ir u wini
v.-ur wpni't M'.rvUy V..u wt'l ba
(..! 1 f 'HI vie.
Madame Grace Corsets
K41J model, especially adapted for
the stout, well deve!oeil fisrure.
self reducing feature: made of im
ported coutile. full bu.-t frore. extra
locff ?kirt. three extra pair hose
Mipporters. li!oe that wear it tell
u it is simply wonderful the ease
tOC 21JI3' it JfX, A and comlort it affords; i AA
to.- wwm, - . ....S6.00
.i,i win, MyiM .'S". Sift AO
1 t mo ton 1 T s I J . vr I 7 . If : ft -. 1 "u I' 1 I Oil II. . .f wvv
Fitting-? without extra charge.
Secial offering's in $1.50 corsets
for Monday only, 95C
Sizes IS to
Annual Sale of Vhite Goods
Thi- event i?- a ailed f"r by the knowinir ones and ctn
sideretl the liet event of its kind of the year. Piles uiu
liles of -nvy. i!i::n,icnlate. jn-rt'eet white :onds of every
lex'riptin and for every nirpo-e. The prices are as low
as it i possible to mark them for fir-t da- merchandise.
Many a barcain wii! !' j.icked up tomorrow which will be
remembered lonir a a real l arain. For example:
13c India Linon,
inches w-jde. at ... .
1 v Long Cloth. Hi;
inches wide, at ... .
19c Persian Lawn, 4 2
inches wide, at . . .
19c Novelty Wbite
goods, IT in. wide.
tl Linen Suiting.
72 inches wide ....
$1 '" I. men Suiting.
:et im hes wide
:;; French Ua.
4 ineheM wid-
3i' Embroidered FiRur"?.
thecks and stripes
2 To- Check and Striped
White Goods, at
45c Diagonal Suiting.
36 inches, at
That Stand Criticism and Brr
There is no reason why yon
shouldn't be well shod, with
such a variety of stylish foot
wear to select from as we are
Pumps or Oxfords in suede,
dull leather, patent colt. mat.
kid and cravenette, in all the
new, up-to-datr, short vamps:
high arch, stage lasts; and
whea we say up-to-date styles
we mean shoes that are right
up to the minute Prices
at $2.50 to S5.00
All odds and ends of our great Haviland china c7n sale Monday. Thous
ands of plates, cups and saucers and everything belonging to a dinnerware
service must be sold at Less Than Half Price.
30c Bread and Butter 7.x Pickle Dishes. . ,25c !$-.'. 0 Bakers 75c
PIates 10c tfOc Ice Relishes . . . .25c '$2.50 Sugar Bowls. .75c
40e Pie Plates 10c 750 Bouillon Cips an.l $3.(j0 Butter in?hp 75c
23c Fruit Saucers... 10c Saucers 25c $1QQ
25c Oatmeal Saucers 15c h: Coffee Cups and ;
40c Tea Plates 15c Queers 25c Cll0P Dishes . $1.00
30c Bone Dishes . . . .15c t1--" Platters Ste3-00 SaIad Bowls. $1.00
50c Breakfast Plates 20c! $1.00 Cake Dishes. . .50c H.50 Sauce Boats. $1.00
60c Cup and Saucer 20c' $1.00 Creamers 50c '$6.00 Cor. Dishes. .$1.50
40c Chocolate Cups and' $1.23 Ice Relishes. . .50c'.s6.(n-i Casseroles . .$1.50
50c Soup Plates 20c.
60c Dinner Plates. . .25c
75c Tea Cups and Sau-;$2N) Celery Trays. .75c -"O Platter $2.00
cers , . .25c! $2.50 Dishes 75c $6.30 Sauce Turcenes $2
1.000 Chips, at . .2e
$5.( Tea Pots $1.50
$10 Soup Tureen. $2.00
Furniture, Rugs and Curtains
Monday, to a house furnisher, will be one of more than
ordinary interest on our 3d floor. Some of the specials
The Be-t $60."J Parlor Suite
Kocket . arm chair and di
van, in birch, mahogany
leather or silk plush; per
fect beauty, style and finish
our price Monday . .45
The choice of any other 3-piece
Parlor Suite on our floor at just
:4 off 2 5r, discount.
Collapsible Go Carta, that usuallr
bring $7.30, on Monday 54.73
A guaranteed Sewing Machine -
with full attachments, for
Why pay $;0 00?
Curtain Nets: scrims, etamine and
at 16C 19C and 2oC
Three pieces of Circassian
walnut bedroom furniture,
dresser, chiffonier and toilet
table large massive, beau
tiful pieces: regular $123.00.
Monday, three pieces for
9x12 Axminster Irags Sanford &
Sons Best; perfect and ' west
patterns; regular $25. Oct .alue9
On Mondav many to select
from, only S19.S5
A lot of small rugs Smyrna,
velvets, bath, rugs, etc.; ail 1n
one lot; values to $3.73 Mon
day, your choice S1.S9
Grocery Prices for Monday
Cornmeal. yellow or
white. 8 lb. sack :
Bentiftt's B"I I'nffee, 3
lb. II. and 10" at'pi". !
Bennett'" Best Coffe. 1
lb 55c. and ( otainpsc ,
Bennett's Challenge Cof
fee. 1 Sc. an 1 10 sfps.
Bennett s Ta. assort
ed. lb. CSe. and 75 st';!
Bennetts Tens, assorted
ib. "io. and GO stanirs 1
Tea Slftings. pound '
package, for ....13c
Bentistt's Capitol Bak
ing Powder Ib. can
4c and ; stamps.
Bennett's Capitol Ex
tract, boitte l'c, and
I BBntt'a Xxcslalor
' rionr, hat rnidi. 4
1 lb. aock for . . 81.50 ,
Buttsr Bfm-.ett' Capi
tal ''mmtTv Butter,
f-iil pound l'ri-ks. t.ie
Ln?t and sweetest b'C-
ter. pnund 30c
Hart.ey s par. Orang"
Marmalade is,; jar. J
Bennetts Capitul Mini-
Meat. 4 pkits. for Jic
Jap Rice. 7c grade.
ibs. fnr .''c
Old Y;rjt;nia Roe. .-an
2.". and 1" starnvs.
OUrw Oil. OaUlard'a
Small hot. ;4c. '.p.J
Medium hot. 4:.c. JO f.'j
Large bM. 75. I0ii "t'li!-
Ca.'.fornia R.pe Olives.
50c rans f - r 2
Vegetable and Fl'iwer
Seeds, pke. fi.r . -'c
Raisin ry Apr 1 7i"i!i.
ti'.ese speri.i:? t tr Fri
day and S.c. .jr-iav-
lie Ib. pKS. Kjiwi Seed
ed Rais.ni-. f "r
l.-c Commandei S.-eded
Raisins, rks f -r . r.c
i Bli-ai-r.e-i S'-edle".-
Raisins, lb Kc
:i e brit k
Full ':a:n. ,b. '-. and
Virginia s-w is. !b "5c
and i'J stamiis
Vieen t'irtr Vinegar.
.juart b'tt!e f-r ..J;f-
and JO iaii;p
Imported Hand Clieese.
3 for :.c. and 10 st'ps.
Shredded Wheat Bis
cuit, pkg US', and
Bennett's Capiml Wheal.
2 ib. package, for 10c
and 10 jitajnps.
French Flagalt-t Brans,
ib. UHc. and l'l st'ps.
Taciu I'l'iti Saiad Dress
ing, botlle 2ic, and
D a l 1 1 e t Maraschino
Cherries "jc bottle SOc
bic b .ttle for ... . 4 On
r.c br,-tic for . ..,;ric
Onion Sets, 4 qt lie
Pepper and M&ngci Pick
les. 2 for 5c
Small Sour Pickles. inr
en. f'T ac
T'lamond C Soap. S uars
fir ;.".c. and 1 Tixr
I'en s Tourist and lira
free ham Crackers, package
for !" and 10 stamps
: M i gnonpt t e pea.. 4
I-a n ijrass Fertiliier.
.'.'. Ib sacK for .... 35c
Spotiiutit M a t e h e .
i rjoiseit-ss. i txixes 2lc
Some Things You Want to Know
Th national bureau of standards, at
Van.ncton. has been heed.ne tr.a ad. ice
of Salomon who h -d "Uo to the nt
thou aiuepu-d. consider ber ayi and be
nis.1' jt fraj been fo.nl to the firefly
and scientifically considering- lis ways. In
doing- o it baa found tiiat the humble
l:cmnin bug ia so far auptnor in "1 .mia
ous efficiency" to til a.rae e.ectric
iignt that a eiectnc Ubt bill amounting
lu 1-40 under present cundc.ions would Ci st
orwy if the lightning bug coma be used
as the source of our lis'"- Tne ver
e,eci:-.c lisnt of Ihe ordinary incandescent
pe t rs off only four-tenths 1 Pr
cnt as muca l.tbt aa the ftref'.y. in pro
per: ion to the amount of nerT "d in
irea-.ir.g the light. A promment scieni.st
has raaculated that it the blo)os.ts of
America mere given a 1 beral app.-opr.a-tien
for the purpose they might so develop
seme peciee of tiny puospnorescent a
an.iriLvi.iu that they nj-.d become the
mnr'ii i.ihhnc aaenia. Umiu then
mouid consist ut fish giobee transformed
)nt. aquariums cuhtajnir.g b. Dions of lre
lut'ie .lgnt-givera. While light. ng expria
lo not take a great deal of stock in such
fci idra. the bureau of etatidards does feel
ui h progress may result from uie
tudy of the art of i.ht-giving as
l :n the f.refly.
.e glow worm and the firefly -eO
efrlciest aa the average eiectric
ie caa see thai there U much room
-ogress in tne f.e.J or art.f.cial
luti on. m m h.ch such wonderful
. ares ai ready has been made. It la said
iat the third ami iroriant activity of
ae nuinu race is the producuon of artifi
cial light. Jd-ii-cne of the earUi a popuia
t.ott tevtr use anything brighter than a
pice knot. Other millions are ti.l using
tae Utile vegetable oil lamps that were
ued by ' lt a virgins in the Sailor's
i,ir.ie a fourth of Lbe worlds
population still uses candies, while to un- -toid
millions of people petroleum forms
the pnncipie source of artificial light. Yei
;n tne United States aione there are ap-
proximately I..1.. eectr.c ntt giubea ;
of one kind or another burning every day.
and It requires at least lj0.s.in'aj lamps a j
year to replace them.
The great prob era of the present is u
get a f. lament which will last longer and
gie a brighter lisht. Every electric light!
.aburiiory i'' the country is seek r.g to
solve tn-.s problem. Rectnti: i s J.em of
draw. r.g uufsten as otter w in a:e drawn
hos been invented. Heretofore li-.e tur.g
s:en fi.ament had to be m.ie up ' instead
of drawn. But even ui.s does not serve
ti.e purpoo of tne sma.l incandescent
'1 he process of mak.r.g the oi d.r.ary e.ec
i trie light b iibs is very .r.terestlng. Out
estabiitiroer.t turns out T.ow of them every
Jay. and each bu.b must be handled at
j least sixty-four times in the process of
manufacture. Not more than haif of the
g.ass made at any factory la fit for use in
; el-tnc light bu.bs, so that one may never
find a glass factory and eiectnc lamp
factory combined. In the procefa of lamp
makirg tie g.as is first blown into a
divided iron mold, after ih buoa.e has
i been whirled fcr a Sufficient t me. It is
; then taken out of tne mo.i and a liu.e tube
attac hed to the largi end of the bu.o.
t ytie mc.ar.ied f.'.arr.ent. wi nn w.il be de
ecribed later, is tnn f.iiied :.p into the.
bu.b. The flange on the neck of ti.e mouth
a next brought even witn the ede of the
neck of the bub and the two g:as sur
faces are carefully fused together. The
j bulb, after being carefully examined for
' these, or other imperfections, la exhausted
' of its air through the tobe at the large end.
The lamp is attached to the air pump and
1 after the necessary high rwcum is ub
' ta.ned a separated from the pump ly
direct, r.g the flame of a b:ov pipe ajri-nst
the end of the ti.be next to tne bulb, w hn ii
makes the familiar lirt'.e pc.nt on the large
end of the ordinary completed 'amp.
The method of producing the vacuum is
also i of interest. It is accomplished
largely by the use of a mercury pump, i
This consists of a sort of hour gla-e wtii
a very long coiumn between the two large
parts. From This column exvnds u, tuoe
to which the e.ectnc gut b i h is attached.
The rassir-s of the ni.-rrury throush this'
co'.ua-.n gradually ex.-.a-.ists ail f the a.r
from the bulb. In order to obtain a
hignrr acuum than it p.js5:bie by taa a.d
of mercury, a process of c:.em.cai ex
haustion is afterwards employed. Some
s-:hs'an'"e is introudced ir.to t'.ie f ib' s whi -h
i.as tr.e rwwer cf abs rbir.g r. a.-.y a.l of ti.e
remaimr.g pas in The bulb.
The filament of the ordinary electric
lamp is made from a preparation. - of ab
sorbent cotton. When Th s cotton is placed
.n a solution of zmc--hloriue it .s aisso.ved
into a st.cky ;e.ly-'.ik mass By forcirg
this material tiuouh a sma.l hole in a
p:a.te and a.l ng tae thread which comes
out Into a vessel filled with alcohul. it
syon sets, or hardens sufficiently to witn
s'.ar.i hasdUr.g. This thread is next care
foiiv wasned. wound on a .arg drum and
dried, when it sirongiy resembles a:g--.t-The
dried thread is then cut .r.lo su. table
length and carbonized in a va-uum. thus
prrvduc.rg the carton fiiarr.er.t- It is ln
e vital e in the making of thee filaments
that there atiou.d be sorr. .mpe-fertions
and irreg-uAr il.ee in them. To ovwrtome
this a M: stem has been devised w hereby the
caroon may be made of uniform thicknewa
after being piaved in the buih.
After the lamp is completed it . tested
by the otterators stacdlhc near an induc
tion co.l. The current passing throujh the
, body ca-aes a faint g'ow in the fi.ament.
'To test the oitage requires the eervices
of two girls. One connects the bulbs with
a charged wire and the light from it shines
upon a screen through a small hole. If
exactly b'-ght enough a star-shaped spot
nn the screen can be plainly seen. If this
-s not seen the buib Is rejected.
Dozens of new kinds of lamps have been
bi ought out, of which probably the tung
sten is the best. One firm goes so far a
to assert that it has a light better than
dayhght. It points cut that the gas man
tle and the incandescent begin to wane in
brilliancy after a comparat.vely few hours
of ten-ice. The arc lamp, it asserts, be
gins to Ionee in efficiency as eoon as a
new set cf carbons is installed. Tungsten,
oa the other hand, burr.s with undiminished
brightness fjr thousands of hour". Nearly
a.l of these llfhT3 have been ahotrn to be
m.-r or less injurious to the eve Th.s
knowledge has ied to t.v perfection of a
system of indirect lig-'.it. wuere a rum
may be made as iigr.it as the day Itsc.f
without a tmg'e la.np be.r.g v.sibie. Many
ra.lr .ad stations, bani.s and tt.ie- enm
mereial institutions have adopted this fori
of lighting, and hundreds of pr.va.te
homes are now e-i'.upped with it.
One of the newest th.ngs in the eiectr.c
ll;ht world is what is known as tr.e turn
down e.ect.-.c ligr.L This is an apparatus
attached to The ordinary buib whereby
ore may hae his lamp burn as dimiy as
he desires. When ur.e looks over The vast
number of new designs and styies of lamps
it becomes evident to turn that many an
art st has devoted himse.f to the produc
tion of ect.-.c fixtures. The use of the
ncandescent lump m advertis ng s grow
ing every day. One of The most unique
and attractive ideas of the app.icaiion of
eiectrlc current to advertis.r.g purposes
is that to be seen at a popur iae re
sort at Cleveland, O It shows a d.v.ng
girl standing on a piatform far above tne
water Above her Is the legend. -Come
in. the waters f.ne " Wh.ie the beholder
looks at the s.gn ine d.' er suddemy dis
appears. Immediately she reappears btius
and Is Just entering the water. The power
of suggestion in this unique sign la stiong
and It is said that the visitors to the re
sort go in bathing even when the water is
When the Incandescent '.amp was made a
conucerc.al xea ity by the gen. us of
Thomas A. Edison the whole wor d though
that it ended the reisn of gas. Immediateiy
gas stock dtciiaed everywhere, but it was
soon found that '.he more demand thrr
j was for electricity the more there was fv
' gaa. It was also found that every Improve-
meat In eiectrlc lighting brought a rr
i responding improvement in gas l.ghtl.'q:
: The incandescent e ectne lamp was to.
lowed by the incandescent gas man:.', un-i
, In th.s way gas l.ghting and gaa f.x'.ur's
' have kept the pace set by eiectricily.
' One wouid think that the constantly ex
panding use of gaa. electricity, and pe
1 troleum In this country wouid lead to, a
.failing off in the sa e of ctt-.dl'-. Lot tn.s
! is not true. On the contrary, the cjnd
! making Industry is growing st the rate of
j about 10 per cent a year. Many of these
I candles are used for reiig.oi.a celebrations.
Tiie Standard Oil company, whirri never
overlooks an opportunity to make a prof t
in Uie f.eld of illumination, is the r..ir. Is
pnncipa. producer of candles Amends
production nut amounts to about :', . -mu
pounds of candles a year
ratZOEKIC j. sLa.axrjr.
Tomorrow The Odorous Oxdoa.
; MORE BUILDINGS THIS YEARf
Secoedi Show Incr"ase in the Num
ber of Peirmiti Issued.
2ICTHG MANY DWELLINGS
l' wey a.-er.-ie. The permit ca.ls f.T
building t l o-t .'). ).
Permits e. a.BO taken nut today U,r
the reinf in cd concrete warehouse to h
. -ect-d i.y :ne Expressmen's Ieiivety oorri
paiv at iWl-i? I'avenport street to rout
Uh tfi. and for the new synagogue of the
RusMan Jewish congregation at Eigh
t'entti and hi. a." streets to cost KVXrn.
Sabsfantlal tirosvth of Omaha Demoted
by "lew Homes ow l idrr Com
trirtlas rTrral Projeete
I ader War.
t--i f -
3Iri. Cum-ni-is Discovers that Di
Torced Haiband Es Money and
Pilfi an Affidavit.
Mrs A.iee Kainerine l.'umm.ns ses-ureU a
divorce some t.me ago from John F "um
m.ns a department store c.era. "Nothing
was said about a.imor.y." says the affi
"av.t now fiied. tveca-ise he represented
that he tad no Income."
Mrs. Cummins asserts that ana has since
d.acervered that Cummins envoys a aalary
of C:o and asks a grant It is asserted
that she ts unable to work for a living
througr. fault of Cummins.
Fersis'ent Advertising Is the Road to B g
BuiKl.ng perm. is for lhe f.rs;
of H S10 outnumoer the per-mt.-
The same iuui.u.s .n ijos u. lirt
to The total amount ir.w.r.ej dos n .t
come up to I1. being $i 122 :, f..r the
fo ir montiis of this ;,eBr as jii.('-'I '
t!.M" Kii for th- f.:t four mo-.tns ..f '. '
Building Inspector W.thnell exi-.a.ns that
mo: dwe.lings are oe.ng ..r.- i-d " yea:
while at the same tune a year ag se era.
permits were taken f r a:-e hu. d.i.es
now- almos; completed. We a e 1 Nc .i
going j see a record b'er.,-r n hou.e
building this year ' sa.d Mr W.mtie.i.
"After a.l. substant ai re tries i.n proper':'
long standing vacant ,s ti.e r -a. thu g '. r
a city 1 ke ejmaha. and that the sort of
a movement thst on now
The build. ng known as t:.e Farnain fie
at Farnam and Nint'eenth streets .- to
be lemo-'vied and made .ii'.j a m.'il' t:
bu'lu.ng tcai w.il change e:it.:-e,y tii. ap
pearam e of t.his vaiuatce corn.-r
Mrs. Elizabeth Dufrene. the owner t.a
not yet filly derided on the p.ans. b .t .'.
.a in corMs-mp.a'.iun to Dung the Fa.i.atn
street front out to the sldewa.k n.w. witn
Mores tr.e full Width of the lot en 'he
Nlneteentn street front two stu.-s wii he
added, probably two itm -es .:i :-ut.
tiiouih this is not jet def.n.teiy set'..-a.
PiwxiB are now being prepared by an ar hi
tect for tne renexie leg. and estimate w i.l
be aaaed of builders as koon as The p ans
A permit haa been taken out f-.r the new
build. ng to be erected by the "hild sav
ing liiiutule at Forty -second street and
Pay for Jurors
to Come from
Clerk of District Court Says He Will
Pay Witness and Jury Fees
J.ros a:,.l t.ite witnesses in district
11 ' rt Hoi cor.t.nue ;o get their money as
fa-t is i:i" earn it in spue of the ruling
by J uice F.-tei.e in tne A. M. Gallagher
case- i; .bert Smi'f). cierk of district court,
i.as oled to advance the uionev out of
i.s on p'H-i.et ;o these jurors and wit
Mr .-uii'. i a-inouri'-i '-at he will pay a.l
'-la :r.s nimci.ate- upon presentation and
taee ass-gr. n.t tits to himself. But tho
laims w i.i be psid the-r fuii face vaiuo
a lid there w ;.! be no .-ca.p.ng or s ha .mid
.1 ahko .it el . iefeat the mesj
t.-.e ;Ki:-t engaeil m Tne fee
he., s in :;e court house and
it.es urif tor s"rne months
.- the resolution of the Board
,. 'oii 'v ommissioners d.rw.ng tho
, tL to 1-aj .'urors day by dav and to pre
.rtit an a.f'C.irit to lhe board later.
The new emieiTi is un.ike the one. aut.iors
.zed ly t..e b ard which laiet was upset .a
n.e degree at leust no Judge E.telle a
r-.iir.j;. As ina-tters ti, eetito.ate Mr.
.-niitn w.il follow exact. the same course
as t.ie "fee siiarks ' were wont to practice.
0 .t w.m 'i.:s niiportanl ditfereni e ,'urors
ill get the f i.l fa e i...l of their c.aima.
The Key l the S.t uate n-tsee Want All!
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