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niK F.EE: OMAnA, "WEDNESDAY. JULY 26, 1911.
BRIEF CITY NEWS !
meet mat it.
Elsctrl rt lurm (rutfa.
Dickinson for district Ju1re silr
9 Cenaty Clark, TTraak ewy. Air
Tya Beck from the Zut-Tliomu J.
Flynn. tr.arjaer of the c.oak ann a.t de
partment at Hayden Hro . ban returned
froen a buylr trip to New York.
Roard te Meet The Board of Park
Comniissoners wi'l riiet-t in tt, jji iiimoi
this afternoon at 1 o'clock. No Im
portant buseess outside of routine trans
action la expected to come up.
BsyeJ nrelghbora to rienle The Roy-U
Neighbor ui America will fci'e meir an
nual picnic Thursday at Bellevue. Neigh
bore of Omaha, Bouth Omaha. Council
bluff. Benson. Florence ar-d Dundee are
all Invited. The. special car w.ll leave
Twenty -fourth and N rtreeie. at 1J a. m
"inter Bays a Home 11 a. Krrschner.
foreo.iui of :e in.ii.if ; . .. ... L-i,y
rrorer and tMockroens Journal, pur
chased a home from the llyion Heed com
pany, the . price paid being IUjO The
proportr la located at Twenty-seventh and
Colored Rnig-fcts to Picnic The colored
Knight of iM thins will ha.d a picnic at
Bennington WdiwM!iy, a cjeclai tram
carrying the hand and rnvmb ri of the
order, ' leaving over the Northwestern
'Wednesday morning at and returning
at 11 p. m. that evening.
oy A. Ralph, Printer. Try him D.tltl
Lnad Greatly Improved Lor.ard Lund,
the carpenter who was thought to have
been fatally Injured In a fail from a scaf
fold at the Omaha A Council Bluffs Street
Railway company power house at Fifth
and Jones streets Mimtiay coon and taken
to the ' Clarkson h-rp:taU was reported
greatly recovered Tuesday morning and
probably 'will live.
Rotel Clarke Sold Roof Party Member
Of the Iowa and ;u.i. j. note; i.eru;'
association are to be the guest of the
new Hotel Plara at a roof party thlo
evening. A Dutch lunch, 'a concert i
and a smoker' comprise the program ct i
amusement and a ga.a time la planned
The affair i to be tela cn the roof cf the '
new hotel, seven stories above the street
The members 1U br.nj the women folkn
alor.s. ,j ..
Another Bait Against Steward Another
was adacd to tLo uy . &t it ui
age suit cgainst James tUev ard & Co..
contractors on tbe new Un.on Pacific build
ing, now under construction, when Jaroe
P. Smith, a laborer, brought suit in dis
trict court Tuesday aa?nst the company
for IIO.OTO. The plaintiff allege that he
was damaged in this amount by the loss
of two tinners, badly mangled, when an
iron door fell upon tlie-n
QUI Seeks Her Mother Mrs. A. D.
Brewer. If tiere U uc.i a icisoa :i Omaha,
Is wanted by the Associated Charities. A
young woman, who gave her rame a
Marguerite Brewer, has become stranded
In Kansas City. She declares that she has
a mother living In Omaha, whom she has
not seen since she was a little child. Any
one who knows anything of Mrs. A. D
Brewer Is asked to communicate with the
Associated charities In th city hall office.
Data Sot for Banker Meeting The ex
ecutive 'com nut tea of the Nebiaaka Bank
ers' association has announced dates of
their annual convention, which I to be
held In Omaha this year, and their choice
1 September 18 and IS. The meeting will
bring many delegate here and the event
win be a big one. The local committee In
charge of arrangements will make an at
tempt to secure the new Elk' club room
for the convention business meeting, and
will arrange for a, banquet at the Field
club. Other plans for entertainment fea
ture have not matured, but the local com
mittee intends . to, marke "She 'convention,
something out of Ihe "ordinary.
Committee of Omaha Sheet Metal Contractors
lr?) ".. I
jf x c "X ft it .. z,.
ft- rr- - , ."a"1; '
Charges of Fraud in
Securing the Title to
; Suit Brought by t Smelting Company,
the (rOTenunfnt Co-Opertinj
in the Suit
Seated Carl Johnson. Alexander Mni-oe. &unc:nii John iutj.ie. J. K Wiiilaina. ii. U. Carter. Matthew Bjornsou.
MEN VHd AR1 AiU'.'M'.ING FOR THE NATIONAL CONVENTION OF THE NATIONAL SHUKT METAL
COXTRACTOP.5' ASSOCIATION. WHICH MLTS HERE AWL" ST 7, I. . . 1L
Edgerly Wins Monday
. Happy Hollow Match
Large Number Take Part in the Golf
Games- Big Handicap Man
. ( it Winner.
E. K. Edgerly won the nne holes in
Monday's contest of Happy Hollow club,
four golfer playing tbe nine in 02. which
soor. with hi 11 handicap, made him a
net total T 41. George Ross made U.
cratch; W. C Lyl mad hi, handicap of
U. mad hint 43. and H. B. Lemere, SI.
fewadlcap t, made hi net score &
Tx third flight - of the first round of
tha ehampionshlp club tourney was played,
following being the result:
- B. M. Robertson beat R A. Flnley. 1 up,
W. p. Durs.se beat K. A. Benson, by
W. C. Ljrte Vesvt H. W. Morrow, t and L
H. A. Hathaway beat A, P. Murtaugh,
B. W. Taroby beat B. W, Edgerly. t and 4.
B. M. Burnett beat J. Mead, and S.
B. U. Laverty beat E. A. Hatfield,
I and a
Jahn ' Boffhaln beat J. W. Wauit, (
Drawing for th G. B. Carpenter prtxe
Conusst war made Tuesday.
E. Klmberly. handicap U. play A- O.
Buchanan, handicap 14.
J. X Van Burge. 11 play E. A. Hat-tML-
J. B. Weppner, 1. play A Q. Elllck, a
B. N. Edgerly. 17. play A. W. Clark, IX.
Strange Black Man
Xiryptian Who Stylet Himaelf the
"Black Jew" Chase Kan and
' Woman from Bed.
A strange black n.an entered the rooms
occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Steinberg.
Eleventh and Davenport streets, at 130
o'clock Tuesday rooming, driving the couple
from their beda. Steinberg rushed to the
' police station for help and when he re
tamed with three officers, it is said the
black man had Mrs. Steinberg cor
nered and wa making threats to her.
la police court Tuesday no one appeared
against the prisoner and he was released.
He gave the name of Earn Paier, but be
develop to be the Egyptian who arrived
In Omaha the day before. Introducing him
self aa Rabbi Lroa Vaitko. He resemble
a negro. He speaks eight languages, but
fee professed not to know English at the
police station. Later Police Judge Craw
ford trapped hlra into speaking English,
which he handles fluently. Valsko. or
Paier, cam here to lecture oa hi travels.
METAL CONTRACTORS COMING
National Association of Sheet Metal
Contractors Convenes Here.
ilABT DELEGATUS L00XED FOE
Lwcal Committee 1 l'repartast for the
EwtcrtalwBsemt at the Visitors
' Exhibit to Be Made at
the Aadltoriwa. .
One of the blestest conventions that ha
been held in Omaha this year will be held j
here August 7, S, . 10 and 1L when the I
seventh annual session of the National J
Association of Bheet Metal Contractor
convenes. Five hundred delegates, almost
as many women accompanying them, and
many outside persons interested In the
doings of the association are expected to
attend, and the event wil! be the most
elaborate of any convention yet held in
Omaha in 1911.
The ol'ficial program provides for inter
esting and important discurslon on prac
tical subjects, together with unusually en
joyable entertainment features. The com
mittee on local arrangement has been
working with untiring effort to make their
fellow member and friend comfortable
while In the city.
An important feature of the convention
will be the exhibition of furnace, stoves,
eta, In the Omaha Auditorium, and from
all reports this exhibition will be one of
the largest ever held at any of the seven
convention of the association. In order
to give the delegates a chance to examine
the exhibits the business sessions will be
held in the ateraoon-nd -the thorn? de
voted to the Investigation of tbe oiallty
of the exhibits.
A women's reception committee composed
of the wives and daughters of the local
members will plan entertainment for the
Nattowal Of fleers.
Th officers of the national association
are: President, R. J. Braley. Providence,
R I.; first vice president, E. P. Smith.
Norfolk. Va; second vice president. John
Bogenberger. Milwaukee, Wis.; third vice
president. John H. Hussie. Omaha; fourth
vice president. Frank Hoerstlng, Dayton,
O. ; treasurer. W. A. Flngles. Baltimore,
Ml; secretary, E. L. Sea brook, Philadel
phia, Pa-: trustee. E. W. Richard. Phila
delphia, Pa.; T. P Walsh." San Antonio;
Otto Goebel. Syracuse. N. .; Alfred Hoit
man. Buffalo, N. T.; Thomas Black, Brook
lyn. N. T.; P. H. Lenderklng, Baltimore,
Md.; K. I. WilUs. Moline. IU-; J. H. Dauga
erty. Nashville, Tenn.
The officers of the Omaha Association,
which is affiliated with the national asso
ciation, are as follow: President. J. 1L
Hussie; vice president. Hugo. Schmidc;
secretary, J. P. Williams; treasurer, Her
The committee on arrangement la com
posed of th following Omahana: John
Hunsle. J. P. William. R. L. Carter,
Matthew Bjornaen, W. A. Haberstroh. A.
Munroe, Carl Johnson and O. F. Epeneter.
Local firm who are member of th Na
tional Association of Sheet Metal Contrac
tors are Mueller A Johnson, W. 8. Heaton.
A. Naat A Bon. BJornson Sheet Metal
works, Milton Rogers Son It Co., Charles
Krelle, E. Savage, A- Munroe, L. C.
Thrane. Epeneter Cornice Work. Olsta
BroJ., T. Sinhold. W. A. Haberstroh, O.
Wlig A Son. P. Hauth. Omaha Stove aid
Repair worka. John Husst Hardware com
pany. Carter Sheet Metal company. Hew
man Kondae. Simonson A Norby, King
Hardware company. Council Bluffs Shet-t
Metal company. Independent Tin shoo.
Rapp Cornice works, Sanford Wright, r.
Jensen Cornice works and the Standard
Furnace Sapply company.
United Sta.ee, Atlantic City wa unani
mously chosen for the meeting place for
ntxt year, because of its close proximity
to the factories.
About seventy five delegate to the eon
ention were assembled from all part of
:he country and of this number there were
two from Omaha and several from the
state of Nebraska. The other local dele
gate wa George Schultx of Scbu'.tx Bros.
During one of the afternoon meetings the
fact that over three times as many talking
machines were sold annually than the com
bined output of pianos was brought out and
conclusively proven to the surprise of all
the members of the association. A big
banquet closed the convention, following
Which Mr. Mickel visited in Cincinnati and
Philadelphia. The following officer were
tiected to serve one year:
President, Lawrence MeGreal. Milwaukee;
vice preaident, E. F. Taft. Boston; secre
tary. J. C. Roush. Pittsburg: treasurer. J.
B. Miller. Philadeelphia. Executive com
mittee. Perry B Whitsit. J. B. Bowers,
Rudolph Wurlltxer. George E. Mickel, C. A.
TO MARRY AT SEVENTY-TWO
Md Ma a See-are Lleewse. Whew HI
. GrsaMS Acta aa Iwter
Speaking through the medium of a
bright-eyed, ti-year-old grandson, Fran
cisco rnlabria, aged 71 yers. took out a
lieensa to marry Tueoday la county court.
The bride-to-be. who is Munxiata Mtlone. a
housekeeper, is klso well advanced la year,
cambering her summers at Sa.
Thw septumcenariaa. who is th pro
priete? of a grocery store at zXd Popple
laa avenue, is sot able to apeak a word
la tha EhIuih loog-ue, although he a
see la Uia oeuaty for a tang Ussa.
Xofcody Is To Old
to learn that the sure way to cure a cough
or cold is with Dr. King's New Discovery.
60c and Sl-00. For by Beaton Drug Co.
CATHEDRAL PLAYERS BEATEN
St. Andrew's Sasusd Takes Five Oat f
Six Teasita Csuaea frwsa Taus
St. Andrews defeated Trinity Cathedral
at tennis, taking fir matches out of six.
C. R. Tyner of St. Andrews defeated
Dean Tanoock. Trinity S-L t-J.
Jack Spragiie. St. Andrews, defeated Rev.
W. H. Bayley. Trinity 1-4, -0. -.
Monte Tancock. Trinity, dVfeated Ray
Borkenhagen-3-C C-l 4-1.
Charlie Jeona, St. Andrew, defeated Rev.
J. A.- William. Trinity -. -L
In the double Tyner and Spragu de
feated Tancock and Mont Tancock 4-S.
Jean and Coon defeated William and
WING HAD MANY STOLEN AUTOS
Did a Thriving; Business with Cart
Whica He Had Stolen.
USED THEM EOS. NIGHT JOY BIDES
Cars Stole, froas Charles A. Powell
usd Mlas Bessie Asaos Are Recov
ered Yeoth Practically
Cow teases to Theft.
, Sine th arrest of Arthur Wing and
father. W.'-E. Wing, charged with the thft
of two automobile, which were recovered
Monday night, it ha developed that the
son haa had within the last three months
at least aix automobile, all of which
hav been disposed of In some manner,
with the exception of trie two recovered.
Wing, when questioned at the police sta
tion Tuesday morning, told many con
flicting stories. At first he denied having
stolen the automobiles recovered. One of
the machine recovered 1 owned by C A.
Powell and was stolen on June 30. It wa
identified by Mr. Powell. The other ma
chine is owned by Miss Bessie Amos, and
wa stolen on May 30, while Miss Amos
wa in Brandel' store. After some Ques
tioning Wing practically conlesstd the
stealing of the Amos machine. He did
this while in the presence of the owner of
the car, who appeared at police headquar
ter Tuesday morning and identified the
car as her.
Mis Amos said ahe had Just driven lnt
the city after a ride of about 500 mile
out In th state on May 26. Upon her ar
rival she Immediately drove to Brandel"
store and a she stepped out of tbe ma
chine in company with three other gtrla,
noticed Wing standing on the walk. Ten
minutes later she came from the store and
the machine had disappeared. She aaid th
car was Tilled with tool and extra tires,
but Wing said when be took tha machine
there wa nothing In it.
Many Make mt Maenlwe.
An Investigation by the detective Tnew
day morning of the neighborhood where
Wing lives, at SS10 North Fifteenth street,
brought out the fact that people living
near the house had seen Wing with sev
eral different makes of machine la th
last three months. He had rented a barn
from a Mr. Smith about a block from hi :
house to put one machine In and the next
night broke th lock on th door to put
When asked to explain how be cam by
the machine Wing aaid he had secured
them to fix for the owners. Th police
know of one case where he sold a machine
to a traveling man for a small sum of
money. He had been seen In a large red
touring car by neighbors, a Buick. an
Oakland, Ford. Stanley and two or three
All the while Wing bad th machine he
had never been known to go out riding
during the day. It wa always dark be
fore he would bring out the car and then i
they would remain in front of th house
at ail hours of the night and Just at dawn
would be taken back to th bam. Arthur
Wing is being held on a charge of grand
larceny and his faJier, who, it la thought,
had no hand In th theft. Is being held oa
Wins had attempted to conceal the Iden
tification of the Powell machine by chang
ing th number of on car from 1TS7S to
liTSC. On the way to the police station
last night the elder Wmg attempted to
destroy a letter by eating It, but th mis
sive wa rescued by Officer Dillon. Th
letter contained no Incriminating evidence
against th men.
MILLION FOR GENERAL FUND
City Conncil Decides on That Levy for
the Tear of 1912.
SOME B0SDS TO BE REFUNDED
K Cwnwell Meetlna; Was Held Lat
ETCslsg Special Session Is
chelated for This
A levy of $1,000,000 will be made by the
dty council for general purpose for lSli
At th commltee meeting Monday after
noon the finance committee reported that
that um would be necessary. The sinking
fund will amount to 1250,000 by levy, with
$125,000 additional from occupation taxes,
and about $50,000 additional from miscel
laneous collections. This would make th
sinking fund $4S.00, but $50,000 of this will
be needed to make the general fund come
up to 100 per cent of the levy. Not more
than 96 per cent of th general fund levy
1 usually cleared by tax collection and
the remainder of the $1,000,000 must be
taken from the sinking fund.
Money for Interest.
For actual Interest on bonds the dty
will need about $275,000, according to th
comptroller's estimate. Next year $775,003
In bonds wiU fall due and the council ex
pect to use about $100,090 in retiring part
of them. If possible. - The bond falling due
include $i0.000 for pavingi $400,000 for park.
$175,008 for city hall; $10H090 tor public li
brary and $jO.00 for ?fecs. -Tq.sav re
newing an of these bond the city wants to
pay at least $100,000 of them- off.
Th committee meeting of the council
chose Mayor J. C. Dahlman to represent
th city at the International Municipal
congress and exposition at Chicago. Sep
tember It to JO.
Because of the democratic state conven
tion Tuesday, which many state officials
will attend, the meeting of the council
Tuesday night will be adjourned and the
business taken up at a special meeting at
t o'clock Wednesday morning.
SEATTLE. Wash.. July r..-There Is dis- j
put over the value of the land now j
claimed by the Cascade Power company, i
which Is a branch of the so-called "water I
power trust." Th land was deeded to j
the power company by the St. Taul. Min- '
res polls A Manitoba railway, to which !t j
wa patented by the United State and
along the Skykotnlah river.
The complaint in the suit brought by a
smelting company, co-operating with the
government, charre that Thomas A. Bur
ton, asent for the railway company, some
years ago secured a land grant fro:.! the
government covering land in the Dakota
and other states.
That subsequently a lien land bill was
passed by eongresa, tnder which the de
fendants, in 1K05, abandoned the Dakota
land and took up land in the state of
Washington; that in WT, this land, through
fraud practiced or the part of the de
fendants, nas clear listed and patented to
the defendant company; that fraud wa?
contained in sworn affidavit made by the
defendant companies' agent, that the land
was non-mineral and wa not claimed by
any other parties.
The complaint alleges that prior to 1N5,
the Bunker Hill company had aaqulred
eighteen mineral claims In Snohomish
county and had done $15.O00 worth of de- I
velopment work thereon. 1
The land office n 1SHC directed that all
protesting claimants be notified and that j
their protests be Leard, but for some rea- ,
son the plaintiff did not receive this notl- j
flcation and did not know until 1910 that
the patent to mineral claims bad been
granted the railroad company.
The land, meanwhile, was transferred to
the Cascade Power company, which filed
an answer to the government's suit, set
ting up that it was an innocent purchaser
of the land and that the land contained
no miner al.
Th Key to the Situation Bee Want Ad.
ITOB1 CLOSES TODAY AT T. 11.
On Our Boys' Wash Suits
IT is now the boy's turn
to share in the wonderful
bargains that are offered dur
ing our annual July sales of
summer clothing. At the
prices we now name, it will
t-or rvn tr (rsr nptt citrri.
mer's needs as well as this.
' rrt I . 1 ' i
i ne selection is dcsi ngu now.
95c Boys' Wash Suits 63c
$1.45 Boys?' Wash Suits . ,97e
$1.95 Boys' Wash Suits.". . .$1.30
$2.45 Boys' Wash Suits. .. :$1.63
$2.95 Boys' Wash Suits $1.97
$3.45 Boys' Wash Suits. .'. .$2.30
50c BOYS' WAISTS
Beduced to 25c
Boys' Percale Blouse Waists, In
all colors, that sold at 7
50c; yonr choice now at. . JC
50c and 75c Boys' and Chil
dren's Straw Hats,
Reduced to 25c
All Boys and Children's 60cC
and 75c Straw Hats now at.'-wC
"Tfte house or
flfGfl MCfttT. -
Stcin-Iiiot h Clothes, Kcgal Shoes, Stetson Hats, Manhattan Shirt.
Cut and bruises may be Denied in about
one third the time required by th usual
treatment by applying Chamberlain's lAoI
roent. It is an antiseptic aad causes such
injuries to heal without maturation. This
liniment also relieves soreness of tbs
muscles and rheumatic pains. For sal by
ail deal era
SOLOMON PULLS OUT OF
RACE FOR TREASURER
Say Be Had aw Agrcesaeat with W.
G. Ire to Let the Strong;
Emmett G. Solomon withdrew Tuesday
morning from the race tor th republican
nomination for county treasurer. Th with
drawal will add Mr. Solomon's strength t
the campaign of W. O. Ure and comes as
th result of aa agreement mad by th
two men before th opening of campaign.
"sir. Ure and myself have a bom the sum
friend. said Mr. Solomon, "and w agreed
before th campaign began that sine w
could not both get th offloe th man who
showed lea strength on the day of th
stat convention would withdraw. Our
fiend held a conference and decided that
Mr. Ure had th most support so far.
Consequently I withdrew and will support
MICKEL IS HONORED BY
THE TALKING MACHINE MEN
I Eleeted ta plae th &x restive
CsBsaItte at the Katlwaal
Ceorg K. Mickel of the Nebraska Cycle
company has returned from th sixth an
nual convention of th National Association
of Talking Machin Jobbers which was held
in Milwaukee. July is to Ii. Mr. Mickel
wa elected a member of th national ex
ecutive committee and was named with
ossas of tha taoct preaiasnt Jobbers la th
Des Moines Man Gives
Property to Charity
DES MOINES, July S. On of th most
beautiful spots In this city is given Des
Moines aa a park and more than I7&.000
In money and property Is given to th
various charitable institution In this dty
by th will of th late Joseph 8. Lwl.
Cled for probata here today.
Mr. Lewis, who was on of De Moines
oldest resident, died her July il, aged
SL While b remembered twenty relatives,
none wa given mora than tl.Oufl. It la
provided In th will that If any of th
heir contest It, they hall be cut off.
Where the Voice of Bargain
Calls the Housewife
July wanes and the voice of Bargain makes a final
call to the housewife to visit the rug department , of this
store, where prices have gone below the marks origin
ally decided upon. Dropped patterns in Axminster,
Royal Wilton, Wilton Velvet and Brussels Rugs must
be closed out before Saturday night. We have cut
prices so that these rugs will be certain to go. A glance at the figures below will
convince you of the rare offerings. All rugs are of the finest weave and quality.
They will fit all sizes of rooms and will form perfect harmony with decorations.
' . A" choice assortment of linoleums were put on sale Monday and were bought
up in a short time. In order to continue this linoleum sale we have placed on the
bargain counter many more new patterns in both inlaid and printed linoleums. The
prices in many cases are cut half. You will recognize the great values by inspecting
goods and prices. This sale closes Saturday night.
Convincing Tone in Rug Prices
WILTON VELVET RUGS
fKM.OO 9xlJ S16.50
ROYAL WILTON RUGS
$43.00 8-3x10-6 ... S35.00
$15.00 7-6x9 $10.50
$13.50 8-3x10-6 $J.50
$17.50 9x12. 1-piece $13.50
Linoleum Figures That Make Willing Buyers
65c Printed Linoleum Per square yard, 39
75c Printed Linoleum Per square yard, 49
85c Printed Linoleum Per square yard. 59c
$1.45 Inlaid Linoleum Per square yd., $1.10
$1.50 Inlaid Linoleum Per square yd., $1.25
$1.65 Inlaid Linoleum Per square yd.. $1.35
$1.75 Imported Inlaid Linoleum
Per square yard $1.50
Miller, Stewart c Beaton Co.
TAG POLICY FURNITURE
413-13-17 South Sixteenth Strett
mJM - f;
Sprains require careful treatment. Keep
quiet and apply Chamberlain's Liniment
freely. It will remore the aoreiieaa and
quickly restore the parts te a healthy con
dition. For sale by all dealera.
Ferei stent AdTrtisin( is the Road to Big;
BIRTHS AXD DEATHS.
N. M. L4pta, Benson, girl; Albert Cathers.
T36 outh ixth street, g-irl; Carl Engle
fe.dt, Rlrl: A. Orovea, Kit North Thirty
sixth street, prl; J. W. Kecrbecs, Z124
Luruvt street, boy; Knud Koudaen, East
Omaha, boy; Kay Ludi. 17ul Castellar
street, boy; Charles ganders. 13M North
Tweniieta street, boy; aiark Umt, M
South Twenty-third street, toy; JL. H. Mer
ntt, 7i FaacM.lt street, -irl; J. W. ISo
Culley, Sf.ll Bristol street, girl; Andrew
Rolnn. 3 South Twelfth street, airi; Ru
dolph Sundell. v-lt Pierce street. irl; A, P.
Whilmore. S21S Center street, girl
Ijeaths Jane Clark., lot. Corby street;
lira. U Coiamia, X. Cii North Twentieth
street; Fannie B. Freeman, M. &3 bouth
Twenty-fourth avenue; Minnie Grots, su.
itensun; Ernest Heising, 21, Wahoo; Lai
rinda Jordan. M. KeoeiUL, Mo.; John- Ryan.
V Fortieth ar.d Poppietoa avenue; Jennie
K. Swansun. M. Brainard. Neb.; Joha bul
ls Tan. M, l4t South Ntneteeath street; ILXta,
Vale, U. turn Nicholas street.
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UP TO DATE CUT MAKING
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HOTELS AHD IOIHEII RESORTS.
Sylvan Lake Hotel
Near Custer, S. Dak.
A deligntful hotel situated on a
wonderful mountain lake amid most
rzruujio, boatcto, rraTra,
Splendid table; cool; freedom from
hay fever, asthma and lnaecta. Auto
mobile service from Custer and Hot
bpnnts. lt. to tli vo per week,
Xi . CASROXA, MT Cnstr, S. S.
18th and Washington At
ST. LOUIS, MO.
400 Rooms, fl.00 and 11.50, with
Lath, 12.00 to IJ.60. A Hotel for your
Mother,- Wile and Sister.
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