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TOR r.EE: OMAHA. AVEPXKSDAV. JULY 20, 1911.
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SEWER CONNECTIONS ORDERED
"ity Council, as Board of Health, Ii
inea the Hecetsarr Begnlation.
SAOTTABY CONDITIONS TO PREVAIL
.eer Or4a(lf Ie Fmose Wklrh
Will Make? Urtt Asaeaat e( Work
Xeeeeaeirr aa Ealirit Para.
I Water IrKra,
The rlty eoanclu. acting as a board of
Sealth. last Might took steps preparing the
war tor a piece of tha moat radical l1a
aUon that haa been attempted tn tha city
for many ) far. It la to force sewer con
nection with all residence property where
he sewerage vystem of the town permit
The action haa long been contemplated,
, and baa been under discussion more or leas
for the last year. It was brought forward
igaln last night by a complaint Bled by
James Kianerty. declaring that an open
lionet on the property, 230 Harrison street.
id)olning his home, had vecome a nuis
ance and a menace to the health of the
neighborhood. The complaint was first
aubmiled to the council and waa then de
ferred until the clos of the meeting, when
'the alderman met aa a health board for
Toe city engineer waa Instructed to fur
nish the rlty solicitor a blue print showing
all of the sewer system, and he was In
. structed to prepare an ordinance requiring
all property owners who have neglected to
ilo so, to make connections with the sewer.
This ordinance will be prepared and sub
mitted at the next meeting of the council
If the work can be dona In that short of
a time or will follow at the earliest possible
Will Make Mark Baelaewe.
It la estimated that tha enforcement of
such an ordlnaii oe will add aa expense of
at least CV909 to property owners, and will
make the plumbing business- profitable
daring the nest few months. It will also
add Tery materially to tha Income of the
.ity"o water plant.
A large number of sidewalks not Included
In tha big list ordered several weeks ago
and some that were then mentioned, but
; found to be faulty In description, were
ordered by the council In a new resolution.
Four-foot walks ordered will affect prop
erty owners on Beventk street. Fifteenth
avenue, Eighth street, Avenue C, Third
avenue. Kappel avenue. Sixteenth avenue
and South Main street, A alxfoot walk
waa ordered oa Turley avenue, and
twelve-end-av-heU-foot walk oa Broadway
In front of the DeVol property. Walks
were also ordered on Elder street. Seventh
street and Tenth street between avenues
B and C. .
The city -clerk, was Instructed to adver
tise for bids for the grading of North
HtniMti street, which brought up the
question of using the earth to be taken
from Hyde avenue, whew that thorough
fare la cut through tolienton street. Al
though such action was not taken It was
intimated tbat the contractor would be ex
pected to get the earth required from the
Jlyde avenue cut. City Solicitor Kimball
reported on the appraisement of the Uyde
avenue damages and recommended Its eo
cptance except the amount awarded to
former Alderman M argon, and that that
be appealed from.' Morgan hi J previously
filed and appeal to the district court.
Spends Sixtieth Birthday
in Battle on the Golf Links
I hae co
i lany of
la the days when democracy
Nebraska was little more than a
name C 8. Montgomery of Omaha
waa one of the few men who paid
la time aad treasure for adherence
to that political faith. Tuesday he
was years old. lis wss born In the
village of Jun. Wis., July S, IKL
Most of his boyhood, however, was
spent In the town of B.rta. After
Ms common school days he went to
the University of Wisconsin, where
he took a literary degree In
and a law degree a year later. He
rame to Um-oln. set himself up In
practice and remalntd there six
years In 17 he opened an office
In Omaha. For six years from Is
to 1892, be waa secretary of the dem
ocratic Mate committee, and In 18S4,
waa candidate for attorney general.
He ran far ahead of his ticket, but
His most distinguished public ser
vice was for the Transmlsatsslppi
exposition for which ht waa gen
eral coDnsel and a director.
Loyalty to his alma mater haa
been a noticeable trait, and he haa
sent all three of his sons through
the Cnlverelty of Wisconsin. Each
of his sons Is married and haa two children and Mr. Montgomery Is six times
a grandfather. When he gave up democracy as a pastime he took to golf and
win celebrate his sixtieth birthday by staying home from the Fremont conven-
uuu win me royaj game.
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5, thief without his knowledge. Sunday night
" Afwiuft vni.lnlcrHt alarm - 1
a second or two later half a dosen husky
firemen shut down the poles: and discovered
a well known cltls-n living nearby with
a gunny sack under the spout patiently
waiting for It to be filled. The man got
the horse laugh with fine touches of sar
casm, and was then made to carry the bag
of grain upstairs to the bin. When this
was done he was Invited to leave the build
ing and never return.
C. 8. MONTGOMERY.
stork to be sold for promotion purposes.
A provision In the articles of incorporation
prevents any claim holder to sell or aa
lgn any part of bis stock under any cir
cumstances for. a period of five years.
After all of the salt land had been fUed
upon, the Mormon church attempted to
expel the claim holders, and In all of the
suits tried In the Utah courts beat them.
The case was appealed to the United
btatee supreme court and was recently
decided la favor of the claim holders on
very point. Prior to this and while the
litigation waa sUU in the Utah courts the
treasury stock was being offered at prices
below 14 cents but since the supreme court
has vaUdated the title the price haa beeu
fixed at lU par value. The provision In
the articles of Incorporation prohibiting
claim holders selling any part of their
stock for five years was to prevent It be
ing put on the market and beating down
the prtoe, those drafting the articles
reasoning that men who had received COO
shares of stock for 5 and no trouble
would be tempted to sell It at a reason
Tho Ceucil Bluffs Office of
TM Omaha Bee la a IS Scott
Street. Both rkoase 43.
Establish. Alarsi Bss.
; The fire alarm box asked for more than
ootnpany waa ordered Installed tn the com
pany s round house after Aldermen Fisher
and'Beebe dec. axed that the company had
been making such . improvements that It
waa entitled to anything reasonable asked
The curbing contract awarded to O. M.
Tlce, waa announced by him to have been
transferred to Peter Nelson, and tha as
Vianueut waa accepted. The W abash rail
road was notified to construct a culvert
under Its tracks on Sixteenth avenue and
Thud street immediately.'' The street la
ready to be paved and all of tha other
aiiroads whoso tracks cross the street
complied with the order. The city
stnoer said tbat he had notified the com-
of the necessity of the work several
ago aad that the- engineer would
today to look after Uie matter.
council refused to grant the request iTfrir
01 n. o. icrwiiiiger, lor a reduction OI
the paving assessment against his lot on
the coiner of Fifth avenue- and hlxih street
after Contractor Wicknam had declared
that any further delay would lie up the
whole assessment, amounting to t7,0W, and
that there was now tied up about JTU.Owi
of paving assessments.
The Judiciary committee and city attor
ney reported tbat the change of grade on
Union street would damage the Lang
blrom property heavily and that Lang
strom wanted Jl,o damage, whch was
pronounced excessive. Mrs. Kffie Doffing
anger, a widow with three small children
and whose b unhand la la an insane asylum,
waa granted a remission of her taxea fur
the years of 1U and U1X
Wedding silver at Lcffert's.
Corrlgan's undertakers. Phones 143.
For authority on watches see Left.
Dr. 'Cleaver, Bell-phone only. No. 147. '
FAUST BEER AT ROGERS BUFFET.
Lewis Cutler, funeral director. Phone .
Wood ring Undertaking company. Tel. K.
PURE COLD WEDDINO RINGS LEF
Call 141 -for 'a ease of Gund's Peer leas
beer. J. J. Klein Co.. ddistributors.
. Mrs. EllsabeUvHelma of Portland. Ind.,
su, j. A. Miller, at his
noma; au Washington avenue. Mrs. Helm
years old, but aa strong and vlgoroua
women usuauy are at tu
F. Rl Hlatt has becun suit In the district
court against the Chicago, 6t Paul
Milwaukee railroad company, ciaimlnir Lai
for breakage, deiay and general damage
luyuitai oi gooaa from Redlieid,
bV !., to Cuilom. 111., last August.
H. O. McGee. guardian for Julius Lanidua
yesterday applied to Judge V heeler lor
authority to pay bins connected with the
care of his ward at the .bdruundoon Me
morial hospital, where he underwent an
operation lor appendicitis, conducUd by
iira. Macrae and Warner. The hupiia
bill waa M2.M and tha surzical fees wr.
William Kissel an employe of the Neu
mayer burns, is suffering from a broken
leg caused by the kick of a horse. The
accident was caused by the iiorse kicking
at files. The animal etrwtk out vigor
ously with one hind foot Just as Mr. Kis
scll passed behind it. The bUiw broke
KisseU's left leg. lie wag taken to Mercy
Catches Oats Thief
Well Known Citiien Found Holding
Bag Under Spont at Fire Station
It will cost a whole lot less to provide
feed for the fire horses at No. I fire sta
tion for the next few months at least.
The fire boys, always exact and earful,
imagined for a time that the contractors
engaged in furnishing the department oats
had been short weighing them and for
weeks carefully weighed all grain deliv
ered. There were no discrepancies In
weights. Then the conviction was enforced
that there was a leak In the oats bin with
some outsider profltUng by the leakage.
The oate la 'stored on the second floor hi
a big bin connects with stalls below
by a chute, where the grain can be easily
secured at feeding time. The doors of the
station are open day and night and It waa
an easy matter for some person asqualnted
with the arrangements to come In after
the firemen were asleep, slip a bag under
the spout, pull the slide and fill the bag
and walk out without arrousing anybody.
The firemen have lota of pretty electrical
devices about tha station and It waa an
easy task to arrange an alarm system that
would disclose the presence of the oats
The demand for Dr. Hayes' book describ
ing the new and lueruful mathfui re
lieving and curing Asthma and Hay-Fever
has been so rreat that a new edition of one
Huiiurea inousanu nas Just been put to
press snd will be ready In a few daye.
Dr Hayes Is distributing tha book fr. i.-.
all aufferera and if you want a copy send
m lump wiin name and addresa
ai once 10 f. tiaroia Mayes. M. D., Buf
falo, N. T.. asklne; for Bulletin B-11J. Re
ports from the cases treated the past few
years show that the disease doea not re
Glasses that fit, at Vtt tort s. the big
Jewelry store, where you gel the best for
'bluffs men have gold
MINE IN SALT DEPOSIT
Naaaber of These Owi fleck la Cosa
pesy that Meeeatly- A chaired fare)
Title te La ad.
Council Bluffs men Interested tn the de
velopment of the great salt deposits on
the west shore of Great Bait lake, declared
to be the largest deposit of pure salt avail
able for uae tn the world, are to be given
aa opportunity of having their good for
tune discussed and explained by an ex
pert. Treasurer Clark, who hag relatives
ia the city, left Salt Lake oa Monday and
expects to arrive here early in the week.
Among those Interested In the big salt
t'cfc are Mayor Maloney and former Alder
There are mountains of salt, millions of
train loads, lying close to Union Pacific
tracks, title to which has recently been
secured by supreme court decisions to the
X.00S claimants, each of whom owns twenty
acres. In this number are a dosen or more
Council Bluffs men, some of whom own
as many claims as there are members of
their famlllea The claims were located
about five years ago, and all each claim
cist waa the M location fee. Each twenty
times .000u tons of
such remarkable purity
rectification is required to pre-
market. Samples sent here and
better than per cei.t
puro salt. The aalt eaa be handled by
steam shovels and loaded on cars for
marketing at T cents a ton. The aalt la
plied oa the Surface la mountain form
and as far aa prospecting haa been carried crave danger.
downward it ht still pure salt.
After all of the territory had been take
by the l0w filings under the Utah mining
n , a company waa organised among the
?lala holders by which each claim bolder
has received 406 ah area of company atock.
l.Out shares being Issued for each Cling.
The other ut aharea goea Into tha treasury
sdoui uts years
J ci at waa the M k
acre haa many
salt upon It of
that no recti fleet
J pare It for market
tested show all 1
' puro salt. The a
V. steam shovels at
me hearing of the boy accused of beat
ing Arthur Sou in well haturday, and who
followed him luio the poiice station where
ail were booked on ice charge of duatui buig
the peace, was continued by Judge nyder
in police court yesterday morning until tnU
morning. Two of the boys filed Informa
tions charging Southwell with threatening
to kill. He will have a hearing on the
Earl DeShurely, who waa arrested on Fri
day night and locked up in the county Jail
on charges filed by Beua Rsmuanen, a 17-year-old
girl, was taken from the jail yes
terday and conducted to the county clk's
office where he procured a marriage li
cense for himself and Mlas Rasrauaseu.
Uetihurely was only a) years old, and Ida
mother had to appear and sign the mar
riage license reciitier. aa did alio tne
mother of the youihtul bride. They werv
married by Justice Joseph.
Joe Tonkovic, one of the Auatrians ar
rested In connection with the recent raid
on the Union Pacific labor caniks when a
large quantity of contraband liuuoia waa
conxiscated, was again arrested yesterday
by Oeputy United States Marshal tirono
weg for violation of the federal liquor
Uws. He was taken before United States
Commissioner Sapp and held to the fed
eil grana jury unuer ooud. iouot.cu
was held by Justice Joaeph to the disUlct
court grand jury for violation of the slate
Mayor Maloney and family, E. L Ham
mel and family and Len Leuuinger and
wife returned late bunuay night from Jef
ferson Lake, Minn., where they have been
spending a month during the hot weather.
Mayor Maloney went up there a week or
more ago to visit his family, expecting only
to stay over Sunday, but the temptation
waa too alluring, and he remained until
the whole party was ready to return. JNy
experienced only one hot day during their
enure stay. That waa on July 4. Kor IQ
laat week the weather was uncomfortably
cold and w inter clothing was required part
of the time.
Anna M. Evans, Pabara M. Sherman.
Mary A Ward and Minnie Barrett have
united in a suit lor the division of the old
Merkal homestead on Washington avenue
and have named Margaret M. Hall and her
husband. Frank W. Hall, as defendants.
They aiso ask for an accounting (or rents,
expenses, dh-bursements, etc. The property
was apraised by the inheritance tax com
missioners at I3.5U0. but the best offer that
has been yet made waa (3.M. Mrs. Barrett
is executrix of the Willi of her brother,
John Merkel, and Mr. Barrett la adminis
trator of ths Merkel estate. Mr. Barrett
ia now doing newspaper work In North
lakima. V aah., where he is residing witn
A fire that for a few moments endan
gered the drug atore of Le!l Q. Morgan
on Broadway near North Second nrw
was started laat evening by several small
boys playing with lUihted matches. Mor
gan a employes were engaged in taking
a quantity of dry excelxkr into the K.
ment through a rear dour on the alley,
when a lighted match was dropped into
ins man. 11 masea fiercely and In a
moment tbe basemeut and the entire store
was filled with black smoke. The fire
waa Immediately beneath the paint and oil
room and by the time the firemen ar
rived this part of the bulldinc waa in
The fire waa extlnrulMh
without damage except to the shed cover
ing the ouiaiue cellarway.
la the abdominal region Is prevented by
the uae of Dr. King's New Life Pills, tbe
painless purifiers. c For sale by Beaton
Instantly. Does not dry up. Cleanses
the cavity. Destroys bad odor.
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sixty shots were exchanged between strik
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police made many arrests snd restore!
order. The rioting occurred at the horn.:
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of the E. fprrlln "o c'- makers.
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