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OMAHA, TIIIT11SDAY. SErTEMHER .1, 1010.
CLEARINGS SUOW PROGRESS
Big Gain for. Fir it Eight Months of
. 1 the Present Year.
AUGUST .. ALSO ' SHOWS A GAIN
Omaha Banks' Shew They Coatlaaa
to I a Bis; DiilarH as Re.
. Meet Ik Beslarss of
Bank clearing' for the month of August,
1910, show an Increase of $8,777,245 over the
same momk of the year 1900, the figures
fur the ytar Who wing W,rro.445 In the 1910
record and i,e02,2UO for 1909.
Clearing for tHe first eight monthi of
taoh year ehbw'an even greater Increase
proportionately than the figures for August
alone. Up to 'August 31, im, the clearings
of Omaha' tianks were $477,196,089 and for
the eight months finished In 1910 the clear
ings are S6,2,m, a total amount of
79.425,fi66 being gained fn the last year,
flnt eigit Mestks,
The record of tiro months for the two
years are as follows: "
- ' 1909. 1910.
January &T,13,7 t .044,OK
rebruary .., ,j47,72.73i M.77,1M
March ., 71,7ti3Ja 89,81,243
April I....; 0.i9,a 91. 829,238
Hay G1,X.02 b,l;.H.l
June 62.14A.9-M S7.M2.313
July ,v.. W.274,770 W.234.401
August 66,274,770 6i,37,445
Totals ,.I477,1&,06 $660,02(1,775
Iter or 4 4mr Aaaast.
Following Is the dally record of the clear
ing for the; month. of August In each year:
August 3 '.hi.-.
August t. .,.... ..f
August 7.. ."..'
AUKUst I i.on.o2
August 10 t.23.0K5
August 12. .,......,
A .. . 1 1
August ,.,,.-,.,, ..
August 14 7.
August 17.. .......
August IS ,
August 19.,.,.','., ..
August 20. .;....
August 31.. . t. ....'... i.
August 21. ...,,..,..,..
August 25.. ..',.-..
August t...w. .........
August 28. ,v
August. 81.. i v.
. . ' "
a Big Piano
1 Factory Here
MinneapoiisV "Concern ' it " Arranging to
Begin "Constrnotion Within
In less than two weens construction work
will be started upon a big piano factory
somewhere In the city; according to plana
made by V. S. Segerstrora Piano company,
j now of Minneapolis. Mr. Segeratrom, presi
dent of the company, was in. Omaha
Wednesday, with the - Announcement that
he had come lo an understanding with the
Commercial dub for the removal,. (though
no- Donus naa oeen guaranteed Mm. t -'
The piano manufacturer declared ha had
received an affer -of $70,000 bonus from one
city, but had decided Omaha would be the
beat location-without any Inducements.
It ts proposed that the factory shall cover
an area of five acres and shall have 60,000
square feet of. floor.' space, according to
General orders No. U of the Department
of the Missouri,' Issued under data of Au
gust 29, announces that First Lieutenant
Ernest S. Wheeler ' of the Fourth Field
artillery, has been j found by a general
court martial, guilty of neglect of duty, to
the prejudice of good order and military
discipline,. In violation of the' S2d article of
Wheeler has been sentenced to be confined
to the limits of his post for a term of six
months and to ba reprimanded by the re
viewing authority. ,The court martial con
vened at Camp Otie, Wyo:, near Fort D. A.
Russell, and had as president Colonel Ed
gar 2. Steever of the Fourth cavalry, and
as Judge Advocate, Captain George E.
Btockle of the Eighth cavalry.
It was charged that during the maneuvers
at Camp. Otia, on July 8, Lieutenant
Wheeler, then In command of a battery,
was ordered by the battalion commander
to shift the fire, of the battery, which he
neglect to do, and, as a result, a private
In the range party was quit severely
IMPROVEMENTS AT LIBRARY
C'eatraote Are Neir Betas; Let fer
Some Needed Carnages to Ba At-,
' ' ' ' . Ta at Osei. ' . v.' I
Contracts are low being let for some
needed Improvement the Omaha publlo
library , by Arohltbct ,T U. Kimball under
the direction. f -the executive committee of
the library board. The total amount to be
immediately expended la about I&00.
A ventilating, fan is tp be placed In the
lecture room, which haa.long been In need
of aomethlng of the kind. Permanent, doors
are also to be placed in the lecture room.
. connecting with the southeast room of the
museum floor. In the south wall of this
room two double windows will be built to
Improve the light and ventilation, and when
the work ia done very fine collection Ttow
stored In the basement wlll be given place
In this now vacant room. Tha front step
are to be retresed and the areaway of
the building wilr be paved
Next yeaf It la hoped to double the stark
room by imposing a second row of stacks
on top of the present plant.
iSHOP OFF ' TO MONTREAL
shops Sraaaell mm Keaa to Depart
frosa Asa aha for Groat Great
. ,, et Week.
Itlshop Richard Bcannell and Bishop J. J."
Keane of Cheyenne. Wyo., left Wed
nesday evening for; Montreal, whore they
will attend. the great International Euoha
rlsOo congress for the next two weeks.
The two prelates leaving this section of
the country -will meet 'hundreds of other
priests, bishops and archbishops In what
la conaideret the greatest Cathollo event
ever carried out on' the American conti
nent Legislative and ecclesiastical affairs will
be iltscussed and acted upon at. the cou
gress. with a world wlitt Influence.
.lost Woaderfol lleallaa;.
VfUT suffering many yeara with a sore,
Amoa Sing. .Fort Urron, N. T., was cured
by Bucklen'a Arnica Salve. 25o. For aaJ
hv Beatoa Iru Co
WOMiZN'S STUNNING NEW
Fall Suits-Fall Coats
and Street Dresses
TROTTER FROCKS and GOWNS
The clever new fall suits como in
all the. latest weaves; most approv
ed styles for fall shown now for the
first time, in hard finished wor
steds, serges and broadcloths and
the Scotch, mixtures, at
$12.50, $15, $19, $25 .nd p
The New "TROTTER FROCKS'
and STREET DRESSES
The New Trotter Frocks and Street
uresses are this season's smartest
creations and are very attractivelvf f r
made, in all the new fancy weaves, v
serges, panamas, etc. They rango
in prices up 51Q Q"
NEW FALL COATS
Also the swagger new full length cov
graceful hanging coat, n black and blue
ergea. at. .... $10.00 ml $25.00
Also the swagger new fall length cov
erts and broadcloth coata all the newest
and most up-to-date styles.
PRETTY NEW TAILORED WAISTS FOR FALL WEAR
Very chic, new tailored linen and fancy striped madras waists ono
of the cleverest waists we have ever f rn fff no fa rA
Hundreds of new plain and fancy silks, 09 rn a 6 r A A
laces, nets, etc. $ "5 3. 9 8 "S 5. 0 0
WOMEN'S 65o ELBOW LENGTH GLOVES at 39c Pair.
Pure Milanese silk gloves-black only-all sizes on "
many worth 65c; at, pair OtfC
Women's PURE IRISH LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS 12y2c
Embroidered corners, also fine Shamrock lawn, cross bar
red and daintly embroidered, Armenian lace edges, 4CA
scalloped borders, etc. many worth 20c each, at. . . lC
Women's Dutch and Middy Collars, many worth 40c, at 25c
n dainty Irish crochet and V
fancy jabots, side frills, etc.-
3ar-Bx Br' a a Etta mu: wrn'trmruu -TM-trv-m ar
I FAI.Ii QTjrAKTXBI,T BTTXB BOOK of Z.adleS'
I Home Journal ratterns and Any Ofln
ISe fattera for C
The Children's Week Sales In
Boys' School Suits
One of the newest and best lines of the
Fall? stocks, has just been unpacked for
- Thursday. It's a quantity of strictly all
.,purevwopl Scotch mixtures in excellent
patferns, 'either double breasted or. Nor-,
folks with pleats and belt. The pants are
knickerbbeker styles, some lined through
out and all have full taped
. seams. The best kind of a
durable school suit, at
Boys'. Fancy Top Coats Novelty gray,
vicunas and Scotches, also shepherd
checks, velvet or self collars, nobby full
box coat effects, $2.50, $3.50, $5.09
To the Boys This Week-
rootballs, Baseball Bats and Balls. Catch
ers sad fielders' Gloves, with PnrcJiases
In the Boys' Section.
Have your ticket read Burlington.
Eighteen and one-half (18V4) hours faster
time than heretofore is made by the Burling
ton, Kio (irande and Salt Lake Koute train
nervice, with daily through Tourist Sleeping
Cars to Los Angeles, via Denver and Scenic
1 "Sealefte" Coats Have "Come Back
xu uamiy xnsu crocnei ana v enise lace ettects, ( r
-worth 40c,- at; ... . . , ; 4-1 tJL
18 and 22-in, Fine Emb'd Flouncings, Corset Cover Widths
Nainsook and cambric skirtings, etc. all choice new tlP
- designs, many rrorth 40oyd.; big bargain square, ydv3C
THURSDAY is CHOCOLATE DAY
In Sweetland East Arcade '
Those delicious bitter sweets with the: pure crushed fruit
flavors and chopped nut centers -regularly 40c
a poundThursday only. . .
CASU OF I11E CITY OF OMAHA
Over Half a Million Available for Bal-
ancc of Year,
DETAILS OF THE VAEIOUS FUNDS
Tax Collections Have Been Good aaal
All Elesneats of City Bereave
Are Healtkr Cash Held
tar Craa Bills.
The dty of Omaha has H70.822.10 left from
tax oollecUoAa for 1910. with which the. city
will be .run during; the remaining four
months of the year. Besides this amount
there Is a total of 134,030.90 In collections
from .bonds, and the sinking fund, which
is made up partly from the general-levy
and partly from occupation taxes and
similar sources, contains $8,00e.2. The
grand total of the city's present resources
is K72.865.62. ' v
There is also on hand.' according to the
report of the comptroller on the condition
of funds up to Auguat 22, t30S.661.4s, which
is laid aside for work 'now going on and
for expenditures which have been author
ised but not actually disbursed. Contained
in this total is the sum of 42,981.91, which
has been held since 1908 and which will be
paid over to the gas company if that cor
poration' ever gets a 1 Judgment for' street
lighting service. The company brought suit
and failed to collect for Its services at Its
own price. $2S a light, but the city has been
keeping on hand enough money I to meet
whatever price the courts may finally
award for the two yeara' lighting. In this
fund ISJ.70J.0S, collections from the sals of
bonds for street . Intersection paving and
repairs and the work which It will pay for
la now going on. The special levies made
for paving cover only the expenses of lay
ing the pavement straight down the street
and the special expenaee of Intersections
and alley waya and other incidentals are
paid from this bonded fund. ' The amount
held out for sewer operations now progress
ing ia 174,323.77 and for ' fire protection
$8,110. , . . ,. . . .
.The total, tax and bond .receipts for the
year so far have amounted to 12,335,179.81,
against which warrants have .been drawn
for 81.453,662.70, leaving a real balance of
1881,517.11. This balance is divided Into the
actual funds unexpended, $672,856.62, and the
funda for which disbursement has been
authorised amounting to $308,661.49.
PIONEER CONTRACTOR DIES
Job a F. Daley', Wno Xlved la . Omaha
Thirty-Three , Years,' Saceasahs
to Rheumatism. .
John F. Daley," contractor, , who has lived
In Omaha for the ilast" thirty-three years,
died at h4s home, 1620 North , Thlrty-filfth
street, Wednesday .morning f torn paralysis
caused by rheumatism.'! - Mr.1 Daley was
born In Canada in 1845 and Is ' survived by
his wife and sister. The funeral services
will be held Thursday, with Interment at
Holy Sepulcher Cemetery. Father Herring,
ton' of 8t. Cecelia's will preach the funeral
, (Read Our rartlal Payment Plan llclow)
Here's a revival of old time Sealette In winter coats for the com
ing season. 'Our windows are featuring them this week. It's Salt's
Sealette with a very brilliant high silk pile, the nearest approach to a
real seal ever contrived. Only by closest Inspection can one detect a
difference. The material has been- Improved and modernized to pres
ent day standards and promises to reach great popularity.
' These Sealette Coats are 54-inch models, semi-fitting and lined
throughout with Skinner Satins.
Coats with plain shawl r aa i Coats with sable opp. MP A A
collar and cuffs are d0d,MV collar and cuffs are. . .$4HUU
Be among the first to have one. ;
Make a deposit of ten dollars at time of pur
chase, then pay us a little at a time as best suits
you. We store and protect the coat until paid for.
Coal at Cut Prices for Cash
SCRANTON HARD COAL
NICE CLEAN BRIGHT GLOSSY ,
SIO.OO Per Ton, Delivered
We save you 50c to $l.BO on all COAL you buy from us. We
guarantee QUANTITY and QUALITY.
, Rosenblatt's Cut Price Coal Co.
PHONES Douglas 412; Ind. D-1412.
1223 NICHOLAS STREET
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The dally through schedule is as follows
Lr. Omaha ........ .4:10 i, m. lYIdny. for example.
Lv. Denver 0:00 a. m. Snturdny, ' "
Lv. Hnlt Lake City.... 8:00 p. in. Nunday, " " "
Ar. 1a.j Angeles . .,.'2:00 p. m. Monday, " ''
Also htandanl fileepers, Ontalia to Salt Lake City and
San Francisco; Salt Ijake City to Los Angelen.
Daily Until September 9th, y
October 1st to 15th, Inclusive
To Ssn Francisco
Ticket Office, 1502 Farnam St , Omahi.
Is. the boy ready? Has he
the new shoes you've been
waiting vfotj.' school . time to
buyT Have you-ver bought
that we' guarantee to be so
good that, they will outwear
any two pair of any other boys'
Bhoes. 1 they're not iron, but
of such quality of leather that
they wear ''like iron and
they're ' made to fit growing
Little Gent's sizes 10 to 13 M,
' at ...,. $2.00
youths' sizes 1 to 2, $2.25
Boys' sixes 2H to5 $2.50
Only a few days till school
FREE! . FREE!
with every pair of boys' shoes
we give , free of charge a
"never stop'" Humming Top.
It's a beauty and a great hum
Drexel Slice Co.
1410 Tarnam SL
HOTfcXS AND HUMMER HKaUHTH.
OLD POINT COMFORT
ItOATiNQ, BATHING. FlSULNfi,
TENNIS, UOLV. .'
t)alqu saa food Culslaa, .
rORTKUSS MOWHoit, UriHl Mu.
tarjr fost on to AUanUa Coast.
HAMTOH UUAUd. til Hsmlssvoa
mt Uta MaUua's Warsbkva.
Bseial WmsJjt Bassa turn to OotaSas
Bookists at C&J oar. oaa lalaa ,
S-aotflo. ana w a bask sVallroada.
Vt sadrsss OSO. V. ADAMS, Mat,
VOUXsUiM MOKUQM. TA
Fred Postal, Pres. M. A. Hhaw, JIgr.
1125,000 expended In remodeling-, furnishing
Bnd decorating. 100 rooms with hot and
cold water bath nearby, $1.00 and up per
day. 100 rooms with tub and shower bath,
circulating ice water, JJ.OO and up per day.
Newest and finest cafe In the city, with
the most beautiful electrical fountain In
America. Our facilities for high class ser
ves are unexceptional, and similar to the
best hotels In New York. You can pay
double our rates for your accommodations
but you cannot set anything: better. '
CHRISTIAN VENDEAVOR ELECTS
Omaha Branca of laloa Meets at Y.
M. C. A. and Chooses Officers
for Coulif 1 Year.
At a buslness meeting of ths Omaha
Christian Endeavor union held at the
Young; Men's Christian association Tues
day evening- the' following 'officers were
elected for the coming year:- President, C.
Edward Holyoke; vice president, Ralph X
Houseman; recording; secretary, Miss Edith
Baker; corresponding secretary,.' Miss Ora
Johnson; treasurer, M. A. Kohri.
The Yellow Peril
Jaundice, malaria, biliousness, vanlahes
when Dr. King's New Life Pills are taken.
Guaranteed. 25c- For sale by Beaton Drug
Co. .V . -
No married woman napplness ia
complsts without children; gh :
yearns with the deeper longings of
her nature for the joys oft mother
hood. But women who bear children
should prepare for the coming of
baby by properly caring. for their
la the expectant mother', greatest help." It U a remedyWhlch prepares toe
elaatlo, aids in expanding the akin and flesh fibres, and staenrtheM an the
and wh7n" uTtl. on? lttMa Pla
cornea. Women who use -Mother's
Trlend are assured of passing the
crisis with safety. It Is for sal at
drug stores. Write - for free book
for expectant mothers.
BBAPrnxp sxauLAToa co,
... . .'. Atlanta, Oa.
, jrj so qa rwrnrams or cuewhcri f
Get tK 4.
. Original .--Genuine
KCM HiLK, MALT BVUM tXTTMltT.ni fOWKX
Uzl ia cay Oilk Trust
rT Insist on MIIORLICKS-
"tfMr Take a ho
sc . easiest ana leasi painiui are
apstbods employed by us sud
M.'s ef eur paiienu, both la su4
lbs city will gladly tell you about
od denial work and eur up-to-daie
Thsre are hut few peopte wbe hate
mo. ajsoa Testa, every oae rugas
U taey would Ke to Ut. straabury. 'ins
auloaaC . easiest and least painful are
the a. apstbods employed by us sod
I am ooci
aye of doing thlosa. Crowns and bridge
work from Is. ft par tooth. Flatas that
m irom . to 111 4. Painless sxtrao
ttoo et teeth. Nervee ef teeth reutoveg
without hurtlsa you. Work warranted
taa tears. '
Oil BRAOBUBY, IKE 0ENT1SI
IMS rasaai CV. ' Chose D. I'M
If 7WK na teeattosv
A JOHNSON HOUSE LAMP
Is the -Eight Lamp at Home.
' V Ask About It.
JOHNSON LAMP CO.,
621 South' 16th St.
Don't Fail to Hear the
Now Playing at
ROME'S VINEYARD and
Every Noon and Evening.
will rsnt ..iai vacant house, fill
those vacant rooms, or aeoare ,
boarders on short not.ee, at Terr .
small cost to you. Try It.
hforand's Dancing School, 15th and
Harney Its Orpnsom Theater Bldg,
Friday, September 2d, 8 P. M.
Buy your tickets now snd savs two dol.
lars from regular price. Office hours:
11 a. rn. to s p. m.: Sundays 1 to p. to.
Telephone Douglas !M4.
E3 ml In h Is
WW Denial Rooms
The parent that pollutes his
children's minds by bringing home
filthy-newspapers is no lees than
a criminal.- The Bee. alms to
print a paper for the home.
LIT RI C O 1L EJ
mi, siatc s OCT PRODUCTS
WRIGHT DROS. AEROPLANE
. IN DAILY FLIGHTS
tOMDARDO SYMPHONY DAND
AND OPERA CONCERT COMPANY
GREAT RACES PATTERSON SHOWS
DASE D ALL FIREWORKS
NIGHT RACES 'VAUDEVILLE J,
STATE PAIR. .S
September Gtti to Btiia
REGULAR SERVICE n 4 - " (
52:50 A. M.- 8:25 A. M. 1:25 P 1.3:36 P M.
e Makes So Intermediate Stops.
September 6, 7 and 8 '
Leaves Omaha 7:45 A. M. Leaves Lincoln 7;30 P. M, iV
'" - ' " 2- t
For further information call at City Office
14TH AND FARNAM STS. J
jf -?EADS .,3 j
THE OMAHA LOAN & BUILDING ASSOCIATION cred-
ited to its members on July 1st $89,000 Dividends. It has neveu
. paid to its members less than sUvper cent peo
annum for 27' years. Saving accounts calling
i or a raoniuiy payment oi $i.uu to -o.uu may
be opened any day, or lump sums of not ovec
$5,000 received. Ask fori Booklet "A", an4
other information. . Assets $3,600,000. Reserva
Address, b. E. Comer 16th and Dodge Streets.
FISTULA Pay When CURED
au neciai Liiseases enrea witoout a saraicali
operation. No Chloroform, Ether or other gen
eral aneaathetlc need. CURE GUARANTEED
to last a LIr E-TIME. CrsxMiNATioN Mis.
WRITS FOR BOOK OM PILES AND RECTAL DISEASES WITH TESTIMONIALS
DR. C R. T Alt SIT, 224 Bee BulMI. Omaha, Mebraslta
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