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TTTE r.TTF.: OMATIA. TCTDXESDAY. XOVKMBETl '2. 1Pl.
Th. Coaacll Bluffs effloe of Ta.
Omtht In la at If cot air...
Both 'ptoses 43.
iiiu Julia Officer Will Submit Them
to School Board Tonight.
Al. J O'Lionncll
Mint Closed for
Lack of Work
Th. Clark barber shop for baths.
Iinlaa barber chop, I feott street.
Corrlgans, undertakers. 'Phones 148.
FAtST UEluR AT KOOtRS' UUFFET.
SiaJeUla ranters, P. C. De Vol lldw. Co.
Fictur. framing, Jensen, Slaionlo tempi..
Woodring Undertaking company. Tel. 2i9.
Lewis Cutl.r, funeral director. 'Phone V7.
fe.-e florwluk first for painting. 211 H. Main.
Ii KXt'HANGE OF 11KAL, CBTATJi
8 hnter'a and Btoia' Malt k:tiact for
aai.- b J. .1. Kilns Co., 12 Broadway.
2Sj dinner. t'resbvterlan church, corner
li'uw Avenu and tiaveuln street, lals
Have your glasses fitted or repaired by
J. Terry, optician, 411 Broadway, office
with Oeorge (jern.r.
I'o no wall papering unless you aee Jen
ken first, Masonic temple. It pays. Kvery
thlng In the Intent and best wall papers.
Dr. Horace T. Haverstock has removed
to Room 217, Merrlaro. block. 'Phones, Pell
l6i, jnd 430. Residence 'phones, itell 874,
Twin Brother enoampment No. 42 has re-
rl'iested ail members to meet at Odd Fel
uws' temple Thursday evening at 7: to
B to Omaha to visit Hespensn .ncamp
bient No. I to Witness the work lu the
Felix Ullmore, who haa besn In St. Ber
nard a hospital tor a yesr or inure, was
crdnr.d released yesterday after an In
quiry by the Board of Insanity commis
sioners. He was taken to ills borne near
The funeral of John Leonard, who lost
bio life from gas asphyxiation on Sunday
tnornintf will be held tomorrow afternoon
5t 2 o'clock from the famllr resldenoe, Wis
bird avenue. The Rev. F. A. Ca.se will
official.. Burial will be In Walnut HU1
J. L.. Walrod filed a suit In the dletrlot
Curt yesterday afternoon seeking divorce
from his wife, Murld. whom he wedded In
January, llioi. lu Webster county, low.
lie allegre In his petition that they lived
together until March, HAtf, when, be says,
tils wll'e deserted him. lie has not heard
vf her for the last two years and files an
affidavit asking for a court permitting
service of suit notice by publication.
The hearing of Albert I). Richardson and
t'an Oulser, arrested Sunday morning on
warrants charging them with robbery, was
continued In police court yesterday morn
Ing for two Weeks. Both men were held
under tiiOO bonds. Richardson secured his
Ibond Sunday afternoon, but Gulser Is
allll In lull. Isnao Miller, who sccuses
them of holding him up and robbing him
of 918 and Who was In turn arrested on
a. complaint filed by the men charging
hi in with attempting t stab Richardson
Tlih a knife, was released on his own
Floyd button, 12 years old, living at Sev
enth avenue and Thirteenth, street, was
loiKt'd up in the ciiy jail last night, ac
cunj of being nn habitual bicycle thief.
Tl.e. police way the lad ihs stolen half a
4.n wheels In the last few weeks, taken
them apart and destroyed their Identity In
the i asbtmhltng process, In addition to re-
liHiniing thLin. He siole a bicycle from A.
Malotiey at Hixth and Broadway rvatui-
WOULD USE OLD SCHOOL TRACT
Propose te f.rade t reat of II 111
Prepare Fine Field Almost In
Heart of the City for
Flans to Expand Into One of Larg-tit
Department Stores in I .
.Shipment of One Million Two Hun-
I AtA Thnncnnd Tlnllors' Worth nf
Gold Bullion Already Made.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 1 George K. Rob
erta, director of the mint, said tonight
. j that the New Orleans mint would be aban
doned for the present. When operation
may be resumed there is not known.
"There Is not enough work to keep all
The M. J. O'L'onnrll Iry Ooods company
Is to be expanded to more than twice Its
present size and la to occupy all of the re-
....,... 1 l.i" 11MIIIW 111 I'l-I BlU'll. CIU 1.1,. .VVJn
block with the exception of the
building at the south end of the Rhtigart
block. The announcement was made by
Mr. O'Comiell yesterday that he had leased
by the A. Hospe company for the Iowa
tranch of its business, established here
by O. O. Over, and the adjoining room oo
cupled by the Faxon billiard and pool hall.
Mil Over'a lease expires November 30 and
he began the work of removing the piano
and music stock yesterday. Mr. Faxon's
lease does not terminate until next June,
but he Is willing to give way for the pur
pose of the O Connell enlargement as soon
as he can find another sultuble room.
The O'Connell Itase Is for a long term
and permits the establishment in Council
Bluffs of one of the largest dry goods
and department stores In Iowa In a build
ing equipped with all of the modern ap
pliances and conveniences for doing busi
ness, electrics elevators and automatio de
vices for facilitating operations and In
creating the comfort of patrons. The
store building will have a frontage of
nearly 300 feat on Pearl street and the
same on Main street, with tour floors. The
two addltionul buildings to be occupied
were remodeled by the late John Beno for
department store purposes at a cost of
many thousand dollars. Nothing desirable
In the way of equipment was omitted.
Mr. O'Connell stated yesterday that It
was the purpose of the company to put In
a stock of goods that would command the
attention of the western Iowa trade and
enable this store to compete on equal
terms with those of any other nearby city.
If the eattsiactory arrannements ran be
made with the second tenant the enlarge
ment will be made and the new stoi-e
stocked In time for the flrst psrt of the
In furtherance of her purpose of secur
ing public playgrounds and thus esrning
the gratitude of future generations. Miss
Julia Officer has had plana drawn which
are applicable to the three-and-a-half acre
tract of ground on which stood the old
high school building. It has been the dear
est wish of Miss Officer that she might
accomplish something tangible and per
manent for the welfare of the children of
the city something that would Involve Im
provement of environment In association of
children with children, safer than the
streets and more desirable than the vacant
lot where "Mickey" reigns supreme by the
prowess of fists or In the Inclosed private
grounds which must be Invaded by stealth
and vacated by flight when the shout of
the angry owner la heard. Miss Officer
haa made no proposition to the school
board, but contemplates doing so tonight.
She expects opposition and perhaps a curt
refusal of her request for the use of the
long Idle grounds, and must rsly upon an
awakened pubUo sentiment to secure any
thing more than a polite and patient hear
ing. Tract Lena Idle.
Th tract desired haa lain Idle for more
than a dosen years. It originally comprised
more than seven acres, but several years
ago the board decided to plat and ssll that
portlono fl tl ylng on Glen avenue. The lots
laid well and had a fine street frontage.
The board had them appraised and the
appraisers fixed prices that the most op
Umistlo member of the board considered
too high, but when the firm bntch of bids
came In several w-re higher than the fixed
price. All of the building lots were Imme
diately snapped up ss great bargains, but
the remainder of the tract crowned a hill
seventy-five feet above the street level,,-.. ficnM PI PARPfl HFRF
surmounted by a condemned high school UlLMOUH UUCHntU ntnti
building that cost SW.oOO to build In lt70. j
The board tried earnestly to sell the old
building and the plat of ground ami the '
best bid for It all was less than 13,000. The
building was subsequently torn down snd
the material used In the construction of
the Avenue K building. The tract Is ad
mittedly of no value for building purposes
until graded down and the estimated cost
has made R prohibitory.
Would Grade Down Hill.
The plans Miss Officer haa perfected
contemplate a reduction of the crest of the
hill to a considerable extent, th construc
tion of a twelve-foot wall on the east side
lot line and bringing the entire tract, to a
level surface. The central part of It, accord
ing to the plans by City F.ngineer Etnyre.
will be used for a stadium 434 feet long
extending north and south and !4 feet
wide, surrounded on the north oval by a
cement walk ten feet wide. Btick of this
and facing the stadium Is a grandstand
forty feet deep. Partly In the rear of
the grandstand and extending along the
west aide of tho tract the plans show a
tennis court Kx.tiit. The plans show sev
eral entrances and exits and a sixteen
foot alley on the south side.
Will ftuhiult Plans.
Miss Officer will submit her plans to the
Board of Education at the regular meeting
tonight and fully explain her purpose. Her
Idea Is to make this the playground for
the high school, as well as a public play
ground for children. If she Is successful
In this she hopes to find means of over
coming the niggardliness of the old-time
school boards that were responsible for
planting so many of the school buildings
upon land Just about sufficient for the
foundations. She hopes tlmt at least a
start may be made In the effort to secure
playground room for a number of the
centrally located schools.
As a public playground for children and
an athletic and amusement purk the old
hlffh school site Is ideal, and Its owner
ship la not to be disturbed by HHa Officer's
plans. Base ball, foot ball and similar
gomes would have a brill ant setting,
located almost In the heart of the city
and yet remote enough from the business
and residence houses to avoid snnoyance
Miss Officer has not ijmcloseci nil her
It is with difficulty thst three are kept
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 1. -Following an
tl.e two large etors rooms now occupied' .;. . .,
effect that all roM bullion In the New
Orlesns mint should be shipped to the
Philadelphia mint, more than $1,200,000 in
bullion was transferred last week. Addi
tional shipments of more than $2.Qitt,OiO will
be required to complete the transfer. Re
cently a part of the money In the local
mint aaa shipped to Philadelphia.
DR. COOK WRITES TO WELLMAN
Karth Pole Bleffer Cnnarat nlates Ital
looatst on Recent Accomplish
ment with America.
NEW TORK, Nov.' 1 The Times will
print tomorrow, a cable message signed by
lr. Frederick A. Cook, the erstwhile arctic
explorer. It Is a message of congratula
tion to Walter Wellman, sent through the
London correspondent of the Times, and Is
"Acting upon your offer to transmit from
me a message to Mr. Wellman, kindly send
him my heartiest Congratulations for his
wonderful Initial success. It he crosses
the Atlantic he will have gained an object
of greater use to mankind than the con
quest of th pole."
Krcc Gas Existed
in Times Building
Telegraphers State They Lost Posi
tions with Western Union as
Result of Testimony.
IAS ANUKl.KS, Nov. 1. Witnesses In th
Times explosion rae testified before the
coroner' Jury tl at free gus wsh prtsent in
large volume In the building on the night
tho explosion occurred. These witnesses,
ts ho were telegraph operators In the build
ing, testified that they had lost their posi
tions with the Western I'nlon Telegraph
company because of having made their
sta:enients. Simultaneously with this tes
timony witms ei testified before the tpe
clul grand Jury that no odor of gas was
detected in the building. The telegraph op
erators asserted thai everybody In the tele
graph room had siuelled gas and remarked
upon It. Arthur Hell, a linottpe "perator.
testified thut If ga In quantity sufficient
to have caused an ixplotion had escaped
from a defective innlii s mie typesetting
machines would have been put out of commission.
Judge Walter Rordwetl of the superior
court today expelled the newspaper men
from the fourth floor of the county court
house, where the special grand Jury Is In
session. The order was Issued In response
to the requeft of Charles Weir, foreman of
the grand Jury', who complained that re
porters hud been questioning the witnesses
before they were called to testify and hail
been .anticipating the testimony sdduced
by the Inquisitors.
A Household Medicine
To b really valuable muet show equally
good results from each member of the
family using It. Foley's Honey and Tar
does Just this. Whether fur children or
grown persons Foley'B Iloney and Tar Is
best and safest for all coughs and cold.
duv. ami this was Sound at his boms,
partly dismantled, together with the perts
of many others. He will be arraigned In
Juvenile roitrt this morning.
An liiiporlsnt business meeting Is to be
heiil tonight at the Young Men s Christina
amociHUuii building. 11 Is called by the
central committee of the Young Women's
CI rl.ttlan association and Is for the pur
tiiiso tit decldlns about several thing. In
ch. ding thu selection of a building. The
Ce ay lu organising caused the loss of the
no' building that Is being erected by .the
A. P. I'oage company on uroauway, wnicn
hits been leased for mercantile purposes.
The women have in view another bulUilng
fully as dealrahle and well located, and It
Will be uimtukseil at the meeting tonight.
T. ery person Interested In the work of
forming the new association in urged to
attend the meeting, which will be called
Roy Inmen. a 12-year-old lad, whose
ho-ne Is at MJi liberty street. Kansas City.
Wits lu police court yesterday morning
t'uarged with vagrancy. In company with
lilni was Robert Kently, a middle-aged
man, who was also charged with va
ktanuy. '1 lie lull told u straightforward
story to Judgo 8nyler. lie said he ran
It way from home tuul made his way to
.l.lmore, la., huu Mien to Marnhalliown,
where lie drove a delivery wagon long
tiioiifch to earn $0. with which he expected
to pay Ms way home. He fell in with a
lot of hoboes and they robbed hiin of hi
Inoney una left III lit stranded 111 Omaha,
lie found a liiend In llenlley, who brought
l.im ucroMS the rlvur for the purpose of
h'tlng him find his way to Kansas CUy
t:i the box car route. Roth were dis
charged when it was shown that Bentley's
puipofes were excellent.
W, R. Oi chard, who Is soon to assume
tlu editorial management of tile Non
putfll returned from his former home at
l.ii'ldeii yesterday n,oilillig. wearing a val
uable Ko .d ttold watch, which was glxcn
li.m as a tehtlnionlal of the esteem of his
fellow tow lu men. The watch was hand-
mely engraved with a suitable Inscrip
tion. Alter doing a full duy'a newspaper
v..rk i-aniiduv Mr. Orchard left for (jiid
i. n on a laie afternoon tritlii. He was met
at the train by a committer of citizens
ai.d eMCornd to one of the churches, where
a leceplicn was item ami luncheon served.
LubUc mo in : a 'hall" m Ve' Ihe" a ch !""" ""elation to the High schoolgrounds
v.i Mun hliu with appropriate uere- but It Is certain that they are practical
loonies. Mr. orchard has lived In tllldden und possible, and w II no doubt be heartily
for thirty .warn, lor fifteen yearo he lius . . .. , . ,,
been owner ar.d editor of the lown news- j approved by the pubi c when more fully
plu. ttic Uinphle. and for the last thlr- explained at the meetlnfc of the board to
teen has Ueen postmaster. He will rem ve I -i-i,. menv
t,i.i f,,,iw. .. .'..i,..ii ui.,nu i,, u rtov 1 nigni, many
I hurlv KKmnathv with ber
Council Bluffs was thoroughly policed j
last night t v the tegular dy and night "
f. ic. and a laige number of special off!- flCEND ARIES SET F RE
vers, sampled with automobiles and means I
ot I'M Hd tru-nlt. with unlets to break up Tf) CCflRGF nFAl 'S ALflON
the llallowe-ti hoodlum gauK at any cost, j ,u utunut Ortl-UUli
pi e aredt.i t,s u! t'i poll e oVrartment re
ducec) the damage to tnniiiiuKi. The
cniy damage w any con 'eiiuence reported
Uj. 10 11 o'clock came fiom the Mxth ward,
:ire some ganas of half cl1 Used young
r.!ff!tw:H tore up p.ank sli-eel crossings,
demolished fen.es and overturned out
hi usee. Crmds of b ight a:l happy
lu srted voungslers were aim d with many
li- w devl t for creating tiermiess amuse
n eut. v 1 1 Id. Ha fully i 'Ved to ui.l und
rotusg. Flitting ghosts, whlte-shee'ed r pe
er at:) .-ome sl:allKciV gnttruue make-
UPS aroused a huge amount of wholesome ! open by the incendiaries and a fire started
of whose members are In
liar Fix I ores Halved and Considerable
Amount of Property
NOW TAKEN TO OMAHA
Mrs. (illklnson Mio.vs Authority for
Activity tn Connection with
In a police court hearing yesterday morn
ing B. F. C.llklson was fully exonerated
from the charge of Irregularity in solicit
ing business for the benefit of the Jennie
F.dmundson hospital, ond his wife, K. I.
Kllklson, had the satisfaction of having
Assistant County Attorney Ross show that
there were very doubtful grounds. If any
at all, upon which to base the chargo
against her of obtaining money under
According to the explanation given in
court by tho Qilklauns, their arrest grew
out of a misapprehension of the facts.
The hospital people were led to believe
that the soliciting was done wholly for
advertisements to be Inserted in a small
booklet containing the annual reports,
while Mrs. Ollkison showed that her so
liciting waa all done for the blotter page
to be used on 3.000 sheets of letter heads
which she had contracted to furnish the
hospital free of charge. Mrs. Uilklson
showed a letter signed by Mlaa Mteinbaugn,
superintendent of the hospital, authorizing
her to make advertising contracts for the
stationery pads, t
The prosecution put but two witnesses
on the stand, Robert Sprague, manager
of the Bprague Foundry company, and
Felix O'Neill of O'Neill r.ios,, coal dealers,
who said their understanding was that
the advertisements were for the annual
booklet. Mrs. tiilklson admitted indorsing
all of the checks given her in payment
for the stationery pad advertisements and
showed that she had full right to do so, j
as the checks represented the cost of the
stationery and her pay for the work.
Judge Snyder took the master under
advisement and required Mrs. Ollkison to
provide a bond for $00 while he looked
up the law relating to the check indorse
ments. He atated, however, that he, did
not believe Mrs. Ollkison had committed
any graver wrong than failure to make
clear the purpose for which she was so
liciting the business.
Detective Dunn of Omaha placed Ollki
son under arrekt at thu end of the hear
ing and took him to Omaha to answer a
charge of forgery in connection with a $i
check 'passed by him at the Schlltx hotel,
purporting to be signed by H. A. Lewis of
Omaha, on whose complaint the arrest
Ollkltion will be arraigned In Omaha
under the charge this morning.
viiiKjiuii licmru me cuargL' at tiietimalia
police station yesterday aj lei noon. Baying
that he merely signed his own name to
PRELIMINARY DEBATE HELD
Real Instate Transfers.
The IVillowlng transfers were reported to
The Bee October 31 by the Pottawattamie
County Abstract company, Council Fluffs:
C. H. Dyar and wife to John K.
Cooper, lot 8. b.ock K. in Curtis &
Ramsey's Add., w. d $3.iW0
Lawrence A. Chlttcndon und wife to
VSIIllnm C. Webster, part Be'
K-7t-44. w. d 3,3(10
Jessica J. tIedentopf and husband to
Awtlda Kelley, lot SO and w 4 of lot
81, block 11, in Highland Place Add..
J. P. Oreenshlelds and wife to Hetmle
M. Shoup, lots 'Si and '.'8. block fi. In
Home Place Add. w. tl
C. J. 8mlth and wife to T. F. Martin.
tindS Intercut In lots 3 und 4, block
IT, Mullln's Sub.l.; also lot 4, block
19, and lot R. block 3i, In llayliss &
Palmer's Add,, w. d
J. P. Oreenshlelds and wife to Resale
M. Shoup, lot 2 bkek 5. In Home
Place Add., w. d
Frank 8. Haas ami wife to Awilda Kel
ley, lot 30 ami w H of lot 31, block 11.
In HUhlund Place dd.. w. d
F. J. Mclinorr and wife to riole Murphy,
lot 12. block M, In Railtoad Add.,
q. c. d
Chris Hansen to J. W. Squire, sS of
lot 1, block 40. In F.verett's Add w. d.
Theodore C. Hicks to ViolaKuth
Hicks, part lots lu and lt, block -3,
Neolu, w. d
T. C. Hicks to Viola Ruth Hicks, part
out lot 12, Neola, w. d
Eleven transfers, total $7.7oB
Totals for October, 1W.... 173 S2..IM1.0n
Totals for October, 1IU0.... 1M5 lM.Stfi.Hl
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night, L-1702.
Gold Dus 4
makes clean, heallhy
GOLD DUST ac like
manic on dirty floors, doors
and woodwork. You do not
have to bend until your poor
back is nearly breaking in an
effort to scourand scrub away
the dirt. Add a heaping tea
spoonful of GOLD DUST
to a pail of water and the
GOLD DUST TWINS will
do the rest.
GOL D DUST makes
floors and doors spotlessly
white. It searches out dirt,
gerrm and impurities from
every crack and crevice.
GOLD DUST makes
home "sweet home." Save
your strength by calling
GOLD DUST to your aid.
Onp of our hautlsotne Over
rents will toll tho world just
wlmt vou want it to convoy
Men who have ritlo ahout
their njiponrance are coiiiiiiR
hero for their clothes. Ami
we venture to pay that not one
out of the 200 Overcoats we
sohl Saturday didn't prove a
valuable and economical asset
to the purchasers.
Overccats $10 to $45
with plenty of splendid inter
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f Ti. fr ' w
Piano Given Away
We 'will give away absolutely free, Saturday, Nov. 5th, be
tween the hourg of 3 and 4 P. M., one beautiful practice piano,
fully guaranteed, the only condition being thai you mail or
bring this ad with you and present the same to our floor manager.
This la uo catch. We tltu-IuVd to adopt this moan to test the ad
vertising value of our local nowapapers. We rnrry the largest
atork of pianos In the west (600 Instruments to select from)
Stelnway, Weber, Steger, Hard man, Mohlln, Emerson, Mcl'hnll,
and the sweet toned Srhnioller & Mueller. Our prices are the
lowest, and we make terms to suit your convenience. Phone your
tuning or moving order to Douglas 623, or Ind. A-ltiZS.
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co.
Selling More Piano Than All Omnlia Dealers Combined.
1311- 313 FARNAM STREET
We rent new pianos, pianola pianos ami players at lowest rates.
sold in SO T f j
and large pack- &( fa J"j?5
ages. ThelatsSpr Fl t3f
package offers q fVT
peatrf eronomy. tr"' JjiL
" COLD DUST TWINS yawr work'
Compare for yotsrself
1 " 1 ' '" 1 ' ' 1S1
Measure The Bee against other local
papers in respect of quality as well as
quantity of timely news and interest
ing articles from day to day and The
Bee's superiority will he demonstrated
lt SUSPI I. WWHHi
1swrpwiiiw(W7wwr, saying -mim imh
Th saloon at the corner of HruaJsay mid
Thirty-seventh street, acquired annie time
aao from the estate of th late John J.
Crowe, was broken Into shortly before
miilnlKiit Sunday niciit and sot on fire in
several place. The rear Uoor wa broken
merriment aiul ulnVrl In ilivtiartlittf the
litKidliuu elen.unt j
Chief N'liOi. I on ..f the f ie department
resteulay at'erni.nn took out tl.e new aerial !
tru, k aim k.i- tl.e iniuLms of the
under the bar beneath the biff plate glass
niln-or. In the show nw. where the slock
of rivals was kept, and at another pluce
In the north enl of the n-.ni'. The Inceii-
I diaries alto cat ri d
lirtiiii.i :t ti ...jui'k i.-a'tiee wltii it to diaries alt.i csiri.d hh- u iianlity of the
rerinit the flicioHn 1,,-i oniu tnorouKhly goods, p tiulpa'.Iv v.fnr. W lien the flic-
n 1 1 1 a r wltl all of l.e little kmUs coo- i , . . ... . . ., . , , .
i... tcl ,.li,. its ru,.t.t on.,., ,,. muiier ' n,n r',c!""1 "e had almost
m ral e l .y ii S'ji.ni ktl. device 111 one I entirely ruined the I ar fixtures, cracked
and a hair oiis mil t':e extr.-i.il.in raled I tie mirror and ruiiwd the clear cae.
t th roof of tae .-' i p I.I....W ill five tecoiMs j ril l,jvp ,,nt ( roa.ptej ,
i.i.n rr..,,, ih- r. ....i in.i.vr.. ,,f K.,.h thouifht to he a P'otest aKiilnst the ex-i11"6
t,.iiiiiii!k?H iii ii fl u mil i im. i'oief .Vl.'lioi. i It-tence of the alooii. Alth.uiuh it h. tin I order named
son aid ali of tie mem s if tne truck j run hi an elderly manner bv the present
trew scaled the rtitxy rounds and the chief I,, ,-.., , .,,,,
l ermltted hlii..lf to be iais..d a the end ! '"' l'e"' " ''as been the Mecca
of th. la'liier and a ?oiix arunud tl.e ' UI iais;e ana inei ea.-it!K crowa ot thirsty I lanlels. x alter Short
lit a.o of the free uwdiiul in us evo- i fellows from U-uaha. 'vhn crose the brldue neth Snder. Ixiretta
lOllnalnatlon Contests at HlaU ticltuol '
Held Select Cuntestants for
siuui itr. I
Thtre aere twenty-six contestants In the 1
preliminary lchailn contest al the IiIkIi !
school yesterday afternoon to determine '
the toys and girls who will form the de-
bating team in the contests with Kioux I
City. Port Ikirige and OniHha. The debate 1 1
subject wss "Resolved, That a graduated
income tax with exemptions below fti.Oikj
would be a desirable modification of the
'present sMtem of federal taxation." The
select'ou of the debaters is under the
jpeisonal supervision of Prof. W. A. Ilrind
ley of the high school faculty. Those of
t the twenty-six debaters in the sujiud yes
i terday selected In the elimination process
the follow. ng, who ranked in the
ifter the S o''
lo k law doses the saliMins
rHnk-stvtVlr1 1 "" makes It difficult M provide police! "vel I ti;es is t
supervision. Tlie ll'ef
stuff was taken out
after the fire started
t lit w t.atevrr
luilonii. Tl.e fact wa.' iii.'isjn -If nto'iti ats.1
.l.L .1.. Ir... I. I. a......... .. .-..,-, .,dAr..l
djun.t to tne fire f Killing inaetYl ! of I ,,,er- These crowds have not always been!
tl.e city. j orderly snd lum h anno: aii"c Iihs been suf-'
1 lie first seiie. of the preliminary cross- ,'T"1 " - I '-r .-oiim In the vicinity
ccunliy runs t 'l the i.uhlic f c.iool bo s The lola:ed rhuracli-r H the raluon, moi
.-ie I'uiiei oir eMeidnv aru-rnooii. ai.i tnan three in'h-s from he centra"
' r iu ue l oi iiruieu
V edtien.lay "ficruoon until Thsnk-glvtng
lu-n t.e flnsl c. ntet veill lake place
"J i Hisritrd cot. tents are i-i dor ilie ulr"e'
tlou of t-eirclmy I'i.rx n of the V. M t". A .
sod fl'e iifcHoc'Hil r Iihk (iiovol J a sih.4ble
t' ..phy l.ii ti e uliiiiliik' lea n on Tnanks
givtnir ItHM'urK trim t!i Hlooiner rchojl
, Veis selected eitei i.l,i f .r ;ii.' In'toil run
Sod a' o',t t f!e. n n . mi. e i. It a a
liave-ui d-i' mip.I no'ii. Tn l.ihlv high
a liil Bilier- w.-rt choe.i j i.-oreKetu
tSe hsre-i and Were xleu four nilnuie'
s'ai t. iiM.rkl:g the com re 'Lev ' !li, . .1 1 v
droppli g lilts. .f ci'o'.d apii ill Inter- I 10 the followliiK:
xsi-. Tlif "hase led -er tl.e lil.'V in tl.e Xa'tit and Address.
VI liiily ,.f alt view etiict rv a:d tlia lake I prt, laWiu iitm".u
and eo.ere l a it t.. und a bait i'i , la,,le llllanir. Omaha'.'.'.'.
The ft r.t live but a ere det lai. the win- ,
Krrs. and loey eere: l'i t l,nv In. U l.em. ti I P""1 U W-Hnt. Omaha
"irk: second. Arthur I'sui.i-: nurd, odid ', !" l- iJtinfou. om.ilia..
I'.nl.erts: f ourlli. t:iiff. i.l r'rlo: fifth. Iti W. Waddrh. Iiran. Is.
Minori lluini l.'rv Wmliintinn A venue i Urv Iloliz, Shelby, la
school boys Kill race tocoT'.w afternoon,
and the other eclmo.t to follow until tewnis
ate selected lorn ac. 1 ben m'i oi tl.e
t'uina J1 ruler the big Thai.Kgt lug day
Ruth Henderson. H-atr'ce Tinley, Joe
( rawii, tieorce rfpoom r, .Marlon Saunders.
Thcron Oretser, Kin Moontv. Robert
ilov AlMUir. Ken
l.owry. tl t'iiernlrn SI. I.lacihurn,
I'i.rr, I-rani: hitc, tiertnido i:iH.
pn:,;;:!Ycu Csnnsl ilids Ycur Fat
I CHbnot hbi
f 'Tl tl'IC
Cole's Hot Hlasl stoves and ranges,
nn. We l.ave be exiluMve tsie. P. C,
V''. 1 1 s r4 : -. re e-ompauv , ,VM llmadway.
Marries I Irmtri.
troiu y-'tirnelf or r'rom those
around ',i,. If t"o tnlii, von- ii "e --
sway li nker ir luil ir an supp'y the defleh n
cies. bui the uverlat cuity a loir.l n (iic
.tnniu'l lonceal. Tln're 1- one icwe ivay to
...'r-iiu-e jniir weii'it HHtely and q.iii'Kl"
''"iTne haruHeks Mai im la l'i esi i h.lio ,.
Ietv.l k''i .-.aimes the tutty ti.isues u i,l tat
! rro.l icing to. da to sol rt flet and energy.
!l.elii tl.e genetal henlin an I dl.r,ii..i.
'permi'M yoii to eat sn-l live m you like,
! J"1 l.no. tlie Ki. .-'.Mr an I b-ni nl.i
Slarrlsee liC'M'Se. were iaeuci Jesteiday Tins fanmui prrscrl nt Ion It, i... con-
' deiihc'd l'it inblel fi.r.n. Km- i tublet cou-
' lbi:H an f i:n i .1 M- of tne s'ue l armlen
.; i it redterUn tiot nu de u e i r'giral tue-
, s. i ipilt.t; cat alle ot reilucing tiie oyerfs'
i hody at the ute of a pound a dav wlih
'3jout Itie shchte-t ill efccis. Take but one
H tHhlet stter each meal snd al bedtime
luniil the normal welnht is reached and
' I toe In dlly l-.tui'lh cum olerel v realoted
; i.lr viiiip flriiffwlvl r,e V UrHm u l rH..rl,.
lion Yal'lels. or fei d to the Marno la i, .
We handle a tnmplete line of wines,
bruiidies. eordts's and eiianipu'.-r.e. I..
Roen(eUl Liwuor l , 6vuih alaiu tt.
i:t:i Monroe Ave, lielreit. Ml.b., and vou
will receive f.r 7Sc a full cane -enough
io start ou mil on your a ay to aum
ness and bavpl.iesa. Ad..
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V :' V ..... -.2 K .'W . J
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"ti i "f -1
i" r i- in- 'irwAia i it- r-f firimmr mt iiiimi wii urn n i iitl w " " "
The man who is boss is gener
ally the fellow who owns land.
Owning land invariably means
force, character, ability no mat
ter whether he be foundryman,
Now is the time to buy land.
The Bee's real estate and land col
umns are an extensive directory of
whatever p opertv that is offered for
sale in this state, Iowa, the Dakotas
or Wyoming, both by the dealers
here and by owners of land elsewhere.
Read these columns. Keep posted
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or address The Omaha Bee Land
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about property l.sted or those
'who have it for sale.
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