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THE BEE: OMAHA. SATTKOAY. OCTOBER
1. 1010. 11
BRIEF CITY NEWS
nT Boot Print It.
hip Tour Sides to Smith. Omaha.
Oai llxtnfes Barress-Oranaan Co.
Take Tour matins; to the Times.
Boat Dry Cleaning of aarments. Twin
City Dye Works, 4u7 South Fifteenth.
Oppaahaim Xalrdreaalnf Parlors MoTed
!i6-7-8--4J City National Bank bunding.
Dr. rickss, Iteally rainless Dentistry
not th "cheap" kind. 724 City Nat. Bank.
In the Divorce Court George M. Taylor
applied for a divorce from Hortha 8. Tay
lor la the district court Frliay.
Bant Money la the landlords profit,
fitart a savings account with Neb. Savings
Loan Aaa'n to provide a fund to buy a
hon.o, 160G Farnam. Omaha.
Cook rieea Judge Pears held Furlong
for trial In district court and fixed hi
lnd at ;.(Xo. triable to secure a bonds
man, Furlong van returned to the county
Jail by Sheriff Kralley Friday arternoou
Chief Oats Cnanf fears The chief of the
fire department, has appointed aa drtvei lor
his new autoniobiio i-iarl oarberg and Jonn
Da Long. They will be hired to work for
regular flretne.i'a salaries and will take
care of th car In the regular two twelve
X) Vat riot Court Affirmed The supreme
court has affirnied the district court Judg
ment In the damage actions of Louisa J.
HJelm, administratrix of the estate of ' 'arl
HJelm, agalnxt Joseph II. Volz and SwU't
Co. and Frank Bwoooda against the
Union Paclflo Hallway company. The man
dates were filed In dlatrlot court Friday.
Cook Oooldnt Take a Josh Charged
with assault llh Intent to wound, Willi mi
M. Furlong, iailroad camp cook, was glvon
a prelimliuiry u. jr.nR before Justice of
the Peace liyera at Valloy Friday. The
prisoner waa taken to Valley by bhoviff
Bralley Friday morning. County Attornoy
Bngllsh prosecuted the caso. Furlong shot
, at a laborer, named Wilson when he good
naturedly commented nn the f';t that there
were file In his col foe.
Kat Contracts Heat Weak Contracts
for wiring of the new county building and
for the five elevators of the building will
be awarded by the Iioard of County Com
missioners at a meeting on October 8. The
board adjourned to that date after a brief
moating Friday. 'iue montlily payroll was
approved and allowed. The adouilon of a
resolution Instructing the county attorney
to prosecute violators of the automobile
speed laws was the only other important
business done by the board. '
Claims Bxamptloa Declaring that Con
stabla C. W. King has levied an attach
ment against his personal property, which
Is now exempt by law, Clyde Mlchaells
applied for a writ of mandamus, ordering
the constable to call In three freeholders
to appraise the property in dlattrlct court
Friday. King mada the plea that ha de
clared exempt the property on which King
levied, but the constable refused to call
In freeholders and Is about to sell Uio prop
arty to satisfy a Judgment.
All aUjraa do Hot Pay The ordinance
passed by the city council Tuesday even
ing compelling all persona engaged in the
sign or display advertising business to
pay a lloense fee of $100 a year does not
levy a tax upon every sign. It only re
quires that firms and companies which
make a business of erecting any sort of
signboards, billboards or electrlo Blgns pay
tha liceuM tee for permission to do busi
ness. This lloense fee is refunded to the
slgnmaker as soon as he pays the occupa
tion tax, which is levied against him for
building and maintaining the signs.
AFFAIRS Al SOUTH .OMAHA
Program of State Teachers' Associa
tion Announced by Mr. Graham.
MANY EXPECTED AT SESSION
Jaaltors Dlaroas Formation of I'nloa,
hat Do Not Renrh Any Derision
Ga in e with Ashland
Superintendent N. M. Craham or the
Pouth Omaha city schools, who Is also
trenldent of the Nebraska State Teachers'
association, has been busy with tlie pro
gram of the autumn convention, hich
Is to be held at Lincoln, November 23, 24
and 25. He announced l?t night that he
had eoi.ip.eted arrange ntnts for an ex
ceptionally strong corps of lecturers. In
cludlr.g a number of superintendents from
Ioa for the special department work.
Among the speakers of prominence will
be Henry Suixallo of Columbia university,
a teacher of national reputation and a bril
liant speaker. Henry Heine of the Univer
sity of New York. William KstabrooK
Johnson of the University of Washington,
now from Washington, D. C, will be one
of the prominent lecturers. Frank Crane of
Chicago, who formerly resided In Omaha
and waa widely known in trie west ten
yrara ago, has been secured. Henry Eames
tf Lincoln lll d'.iver a lecture on the
value of musical education. His recent
triumphs at Tarls will recommend him to
tho association. Edward Howard Uriftgs
and Adelaide Holton, the former from New
Vork, the latter from Minneapolis, have
niso been secured.
The association will have a demonstration
of the value of industrial education in the
lorm of exhibits of all classes of manual
training and allied science. Tho Nebraska
Art association will give a free art exhibit
to all the teachers.
The Commercial club of Lincoln has se
cured the pledge of 1,600 rooms where the
suests of the convention may be accommo
dated. The teachers nead feel
In accenting any of thi rnnm a.
Commercial olub has agreed to be entirely
respond me for the good character of each
r tne rooms and of the people from whom
they have been secured. This number of
rooms wl!l accommodate about 3,000 guests.
hlch It la thought will be about the at
tendance at the teachers' association.
put ourseit )
HOTEL CLERKS SCORE A HIT
Officers f Association Seenr Aleaa
be rah In In American Protective)
Body with Hotel Mamaa-era.
BL W. Sherman, president, and Art W.
Gird, secretary of the Nebraska and Iowa
Hotel Clerks' association, have suored an
other bit for their organisation. They took
tha initiative during the recent meeting of
tha American Hotel Protective association
to send a letter asking that the hotel clerk
be made eligible to membership en the
same basis aa hotel managers, on the
(round of mutual Interest. The Protective
nasooiatlon responded by making chief
alerka eligible to membership at this time.
in commenting on the suggestion of tha
Omaha man, and Its adoption by tha hotel
proprietors. Tha Hummer, official organ
of the hotel olerfca. commands the new de
nartara and Bherinan and Cllrd are being
congratulated on their success by their
Warm Union Meeting;.
A meeting of the South Omaha Janitors
uch as are employed at the Houth Omaha
high school and other public school bulld-
ngs of the city met Wednesday evenlna-
and held what turned out to be "a hot
time In the old town" before they were
through. It seemed that a majority of the
Janitors were in favor of a union but did
not wish to join the American federation.
They proposed that they form a union of
their own. To this one or two men who
were already members of No. 7112 of the
American federation strenuously objected
saying any union not authorized by the
American federation among Janitors was
Illegal and not in any sense a union, but
an opposing organization. This argument
did not appeal to the rest of the Janitors
and a very warm argument Indeed ensued.
No organization was effected. It was sug
gested to the Board of Education at the
time It passed the resolution suggesting
that the Janitors Join a union that trouble
would immediately follow, and It Is likely
that the matter will be again referred to
Man an 1 Training Behind.
Owing to the severe illness of Prof A. R
Nichols, the head of the manual training
department in tne south Omaha High
school the manual training department has
been at a standstill. Mr. Nichols was
Just ready to begin the semester's work
when he succumbed to an attack of ton
allltls. He will not be able to begin work
before Monday, at which- time he expects to
begin the regular sohedule and If possible
make up the work of the semester. The
part of the work over which the women
have cnarge naa oeen progressing very
j Mate this a cheerful
winter for your feet
StjU No. M
MAJCfrurr? WALK CAST"
THIS new Crossett has a
character all its own.
Toe narrow, stylish.
Vamp embossed with
Leather tan box calf,
genuine chrome tannage.
A shoe with the dash
that young men like.
The wide range of Cros
sett models makes selec
$4 U $8 ererwler.
Trewster of Orrl'Srd arrived Thursday to
visit with Mr. and Mrs. O. I'. Mathews.
Satisfaction ail there Is to it. Th secret
cf satlsiAOtors servite Is to
In the other fellow's place.
l'lynn & Co. 'a ilea of it. 1 hat a what we
Draotlre. Not a dollars worth of gods
nought for tnls house only as It wouid he
bought If we were goinn to use It for our
own personal use. Many no looking
tilings that sno a long profit are turnea
down on aimpiclon t he ejJilel"n Is bvn
from part experience. That s why we sen
H. S. Ac M. clothlns, 'l!r nan. Male?
underwear, Lion eniris and collars. Inter
woven and Ulark cat hosiery, Mewtangel
pants, V Icklng hoys clothes, Red Seai,
Kink s. Hardknox and big Mogul oveia.ls
and work clothes, and many other IKtle
and big things not necessary to mention
here. We are some from .Missouri our
selves, snow us the house In easiern Ne
braska tnat can put as good a bill of fare
before you as this. You won't try that,
but come In and let us show you. John
riynn & Co.
Now Is the time to buy thst fall suit at
Tllh N Lli'HASK A t-lKiK AND CLOTH -
I. M HOL'Sli, south omana. Never before
have we shown sui"h a large variety oi
tine clothing for men and young men.
.sever before have we offered such money
savlntf values In hlgVgrarie clothes as will
b given Saturday, October 1. Men s and
young men's suits Irom the best clotnoj
builders ef the country In all the newest
colors and fabrics. A great line of fancy
worsteds, cheviots and velours, all strictly
lianrt-mS'ls and guaranteed by us. Your
choice Katurriay at 110. tli.50 and $.'4.
A saving from ff to 17.60 nn each suit.
Saturday special: Mens sample under
wear, heavy natural wool, red flannel, blue
derby-ribbed heavy brown wool and a large
variety of colors. Values up to J2. Satur
day your choice 7Rc. Hegent 13. M shoes
Saturday (3.39. The famous Recent shoes
that always sell at $3.50. We have tneni
In box calf, velours, gun metal and viol,
all the new lasts, every pair guaranteed.
Saturday, Oct. 1, your choice $2.39.
M ' i
Ak-Sar-Ben Visitors Welcome
We cordially invite you to make our store your headquarters while in tho pity. We will check your baggage free,
lend you our phones care for your mail, answer your questions and do our utmost to make your visit most pleasant.
I Every Quality Essential
Is Found in Our New Fal) Suits and Overcoats for
I Men and Young Men, at $7.50 to $40.00. k
V ST They possess a distinctiveness and newness of mwmhmtmsBBmam
License Calls for the Construction
of an Edifice to Cost a Mil
A permit for the million-dollar office
building of the Union Pacific railroad com
pany now being constructed at Fifteenth
and Dodge, was Issued by the building In
spector Thursday noon.
The building is to be twelve stories high,
of brick with terra cotta trimmings, the
first two stories having marble slabs In the
walls, and the twelfth' story will he sur
mounted with a ten-foot cornice projecting
out four and one-half feet. The building
covers more than half a block and the court
will not begin unUl the third story. Jarvls,
Hunt of Chicago Is the architect, and James
C. Stewart and company of St. Louis, have
the building contract.
In the basement will be vaults, a fan
room, express room and shops. On the
first flcor will be housed the land depart
ment and colonisation agents, rate clerks,
the post office, and private offices.
The second floor Is for the general super
intendent, the general manager, and the
car service department Claims and law de
partments will be on the third floor and the
engineer on the fourth. The general audi
tor on the fifth, freight auditor on the sixth,
freight auditor on the KixtTi, signal engineer
and disbursements auditor on the seventh,
more auditors on the eighth and ninth, with
the surgeon's department on the ninth. The
tenth and eleventh floors are unassigned.
On the twelfth floor will be a kitchen,
reading and writing room, a large living
room, and a dining room, all for the use of
The building stands 146x199 feet, and will
be 173 feet high. The main corridors are all
to be in marble and every office will be an
Lawts A. Croaaatt. lac. Maker,
Nartk Aaia,.a, Maaa.
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Haydena' are selling
agents In Omaha,
Nebraska, for the
South Omaha Flays Ash la ad.
The first foot ball game of the season of
1910 will be played in South Omaha Satur
day afternoon at Duffy's park against
what Is thought to be a very strong team
from Ashland. The Ashland team has a
good reputation and this town has in the
past furnished some of the finest timber of
the big university teams. The Shedd boys
were known all over the west for their
great playing. They came from Ashland
and the team Is said to be of about the
same quality as In the old days. The
South Omaha team showed up pretty well
In the tryout with Bellevue last week and
hopes to be able to give tha Ashland boys
a bot reception.
Record Week la Stock.
With the first four days of the week'
gone by It Is plain that the records will
break ail those previously made by long
odds. Last Monday tha record run of
sheep for tha world was recorded. The
record run of cars for South Omaha was
also broken by long odds on that day. Tb7e
record week In the number of cars will
be broken easily before Saturday night
The week's record for sheep Is at present
about 159,000. but at the end of the four
days there Is already 152,000. which means
tha record number.
Male City Owl p.
George Schuler was In from his farm near
Our 13.M Shoes for men are right, have
style and wear. Cressey.
O. W. Davis, ho has been quite seri
ously 111 for some time, Is Improving.
The South Omaha Commercial club met
in regular session Thursday afternoon.
Some man beat Frank Johnson, ths blind
news dealer out of aft cents in change
Jasper Trice was arrested Wednesday
evening and waa charged with the illegal
selling of liquor.
L. Uodeker of Louisville Is In the city
attending his ton, who Is seriously ill at
St. Joseph hoepltal.
Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Pike have returned
from a trip to Minneapolis which they
made in their automobile.
Solid Comfort Our ladles' comfort shoes
snd slippers will please you and rest your
Willie and Dudley Inghram left Wednes
day for Central City, where they will visit
for a few weeks with their aunts.
Those high cut shoes for the girls la
calf, kid. or patent leathers are it. Oct In
'Phone Bell South Bag, Independent F-lftit
for a case of Jetter Oold Top. Prompt
delivery to any part of the city. William
Our BTET8GN SHOES for men at S3
sre saving you ll.Ot a pair. Nothing shown
better or finer in men's wear. Cressey,
Mrs. C. A. Stuart of Wichita, Kan., Is
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. II.
urser. She will be in South Omaha for a
LADIES See our Black Suede and Black
Cravenette Button Shoes Just In. They are
fine and savs you Wo to 1.00 per pair.
Cressey, the Shoemsn.
Mrs. a. E. Johnson, Mlaa Blanchs John
son and Miss Florence Johnson have re
turned from a trip to the Pactfiu coast,
whers they hsve been for a month.
Our boy's "Steel Shod," "American Boy,"
snd "Never Wear Out Soles." for bnvs.
! have all the quality and style It's possible
: to get In a boy's shoe. Cressey.
I The South Omaha High school classes
' are engaged In a contest to see which shall
obtain the largest number of subscriptions
' for ths "-looter," amen m ths school
Mr. and Mrs. Hyland Hosklns of Hot
Springs. Mrs. Ho a a Hannon of Huron, Mrs.
j Zemins Oitford of Dike, la., and Mr. John
ALLEGES ACCIDENT ON CAR
CAUSED EPILEPSY TO BOY
John J. Dors Saes Street Railway
Com pa ay for tlS.OOO, charging
Son's Brain Is Affected.
Alleging that carelessness of a conductor
on a car of the Omaha & Council Bluffs
Street Railway company caused his 7-vear-
old son to be thrown from the ear and so
severely Injured that his mind was dulled
and he was made a victim of epilepsy,
John J. Dore, as next friend of the lad,
Degan a iio.ooo damage suit against the
street railway company in district court
Thursday afternoon. He says the con
ductor failed to have the car stopped when
the lad s sister signalled to him and the
girl, thinking the car was about to stop
tried to alight with the boy. The lad was
thrown violently to the pavement.
Ftvles most often missinc in ready-to-wenr gar
ments of the usual kind. Their fabrics embrace all
that's new and desirable for this season's wear.
Their shades and patterns are the choicest pro
duced this fall by the foremost woolen mills o.f the
country. But above these good points is the fact
that the designing and tailoring of our garments is
done by the most expert craftsmen of tho east.
Consequently "Nebraska" Suits and Overcoats
are absolutely faultless in fit and shapo retaining
For these reasons our garments are the kind
you should wear, for they will not only look better
the first time you put them on, but will continue to
look well as long as you wear them.
A Fa)) Suit For Your Boy
Do you buy boys' clothing merely for strength
and wearing qualities, or do you buy it for looks
and fit as well?
If you would dress your boy both stylishly and
comfortably, then you can't afford to invest until
after you have inspected the new "Nebraska" boys'
suits ,for this season.
Their styles are a little handsomer, their fabrics
a little finer, their fit practically perfect, and their
prices considerable less than any boys' suits in
If there's another quality you demand, you may
rest assured you'll find it in these suits, at
$2.95 to $9.95
THE HOUSE OF
Our Fall Soft Hats
Are the Choice of
Omaha's Up-to-date men
And even though their dis
tinctive styles were their on
ly good point, our hats would
still be deserving of your
However their shapes, their
shades, their quality and
their fit, are all beyond criti
cism. Every correct fall style has
a place in our magnificent
collection of new headgear;
the newest of these are pencil
curl brims, wide brimmed
telescopes and stylish new
fedoras. The colors aro
mostly browns and grays of
various delicate shades.
Surely you'll take a minuto
to see these leaders:
"JOHN B. STETSON'S,"
failed to aver that when the action was
commenced the Conservative Life Insur
ance company had no legal existence, it
having become insolvent and having dis
solved. The defendants aver that the
Judgment In question waa assigned to
the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance company
of deadly microbes occurs, when throat and
lung diseases are treated with Dr. King's
New Discovery. 60c and J1.00. For sole by
Prat on Drug Co.
NEW PROFESSOR AT BELLEVUE
Georgre Ball Hamilton, Graduate sf
Oxford University, Takes
Chair at French.
George Hall Hamilton, B. A., of the Uni
versity of Oxford, England, has arrived In
Bellevue to take the chair of French In the
college. Frof. Hamilton Is a man of excep
tional education, widely traveled, and Is a
fluent speaker of the languages, which are
his specialties. He has created a very fa
vorable Impression on the faculty and stu
dent He will also assist Dr. Tyler" In the
department of physical science.
Rev. A. B. Marshall, D. D., of the Omaha
Theological seminary, will address the stu
dents of the college Sunday evening in the
Bellevue Presbyterian church.
Prof. William H. Leonard, who has under
gone a serious operation, has almost fully
recovered, and Is meeting his classes In his
tory and political science as usual.
WEIRD PLAINTIFF IN SUIT
Answers te Snit Against J, A. asa
Ethel K. Boyce Allege Plaintiff
Dees Not Legally Exist.
Suit has been started against James A.
Boyce and Ethel K. Boyce by a plaintiff
that does not exist, according to peculiar
answers filed In the district court by the
Boyces Thursday afternoon. The original
action was one to collect on a Judgment
and the Conservative Life Insurance com
pany appeared as a plaintiff. The answers
Hkln Game at the Carnival.
It seems that It will be necessary to call
out the militia to stop a skin game that la
running In a tent on Douglas sjrreet at Alt-far-Ben.
It was tipped off to an officer
!ast night, but he was afraid to make any
arrests and the chief seems powerless.
There seems nothing In the law to cover
the case, as no one lost anything In the
game but a fellow called Long Tom. He
lost a suit of clothes, but as he got a new
suit in their stead he was satisfied. It is
only fair to state that Long Tom Is the
thirty-one foot python snake at the Ed
ward's snake show on Douglas street at
the carnival and he was only shedding his
old skin, which he does every two or three
months. In the same tent is the king cobra
of India, the most poisonous snake of the
world. The king cobra is a cannibal and
will be fed on one of his own family Satur
day morning at 11 o'clock.
that affords quick relief when
you fel exhausted, depressed
or weary from Summer heat,
overwork, or insomnia. Its
nutrient and tonic effect gives
tone and vig-or to brain and
Ayers Cherry Pectoral
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