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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Ssra aeot Print It,
Ooa, r.:c. T'.:V.-.tkb, Eurjeis-O.-ailtn
0:a. Ataeh. Wks lApe:t auto repair.
Cut of Xov.,1 rtalers suould not fail
to .mil,, i.c.u.iy i.).uy ii
Catt' .u-.- !., .-t Cv ;:.,-3:,
Portal Bank Oram roce-.rter 4 uf-
fkial rut ire f the (a t that Mii.iliu lf
to have a Postal SaUngs bank on No-
ember t. was received by Postmaster
E. F. Thor.ias Thursday morning. The
letter was smicil by Postmaster Ueneral
Fianl; I ! itd.cock.
Cooley i Dtsoliarged The case
a.'ainH Jjdge Julius S. I'ocley was dis
missed in polite rourt Thursday morn
ing. A settlement was made outMdo
of coin t and the plaintiff failed to ap
pear. Cooley was chained r 1th ohta'n
ina money mulcr fr.lse pi cu-nfes.
Brothers rile Bankruptcy Petition
Jtis-i- J and WtiMuni Avoi.v i V!i
fciii'S. Ncti. have flltd a voluntary pe
tition ,ln bankruptcy wi'h t lark Ho; t
They place their assets at Win and their
liabilities at tl'J.m. The greater part of
their llahlljtles they claim as exempt
Both men are cattle butis In Peters
burg and are brothers
Vew Letter Cases Coming Notice of
the shipment of the nf" letter cases (or
the postolfke was received this' morning
by Postmaster Thomas. Th,ne equip
ment for the carriers is expected o ar
rive here by Saturday and by next week
they will be In ti.-e.
Verdict in Woods Inquest Mrs George
Woods came to her death by taking car
bolic acid following a quarrel with her
husband. This was the verdict of the
coroner's Jury, which held an Inquest
.over the body of the suicide Thursday
morning. It was brought out In the In
quest that the. couple had not been drink
ing beer as was at first stated.
Katz Gets Contract
for Laying Mains
The Katz Construction company has
been awarded the contract for laying a
14-inch water main from Fortieth and Cal
ifornia streets to Forty-eighth and Cali
fornia to supply Dundee with water,
and for laying an 8-inch main
from Forty-fifth and Ersklne streets to
the Nebraska School for the Deaf. The
bid was $11,501 and the contract provides
that the work shall be completed as
ear:y as January of m xt year.
The water board has ordered plana
drawn for the proposed 4S-inch main
from th Florence pumping station; to
Fopp'.etr.n avenue, that South Omaha may
be given an additional water supply.
This main will lie parallel to the one now
Cities' League is
to Meet in Omaha
Roscoe C. Ozman. city clerk of Lincoln,
Neb., and secretary of the League of
Nebraska Municipalities, Is In Omaha in
connection with arrangements for the an
nual meeting of the league, which will be
held In Omaha November 15, 14 and 17.
"We expect delegates from at least
fifty cities and towns of the state," said
Mr. Ozman. "The executive committee
is at work now On the program, which
will include discussions of pure water,
prevention of fires, paving problems and
other matters of equal Importance.
Charles Randall, state fire wardeD, Jias
consented to deliver an address on the
prevention of fires."
Salem Silly Wants
a Good Looking Guy
If there is a young man in Omaha be
tween the age of 2 and 30 years who Is
looking for a lady "to correspond with
for pastime and results." he can satisfy
his desire by writing to Miss Violet
rrsncis in care or general delivery,
Salem, Mass. MIbs Francis wrote to
Postmaster Thomas stating that she' was
tired of a humdrum existence in such a
place as ,'alem and she would "like to
cop out a good looking guy." The letter
was turned over to Assistant Postmaster
Woodard. who will forward it to the Ak-ar-Iien
headquarters where it will be
bulletined for the benefit of "some of
the good looking guys."
CiVIL GOVERNMENT TO
BE TAUGHT AT LIBRARY
"Civil Government and Good Citizen
ihip" is the subject to be studied by a
rroup of boys and young men at the
public library, under .the leadership of
Mrs. W. II. Hanohett.
A meeting has been called for Wednea
lay evening, October U, at 8 o'clock, in
the lecture room of the library building.
All arrangements will be made at that
time. The cost of maintenance of this
tlass will be met by the public library
tnd no fees will be required.
Notices have been sent to boys who
lave left school and gone to work before
iraduatlon and to others whose names
Sere supplied by those who are asso
Mated with groups of boys. The library
las a lecture room with a seating eapaclty
If 123 and expects to organize a 'Class
nhich will fill this room.
TWELVE DUNDEE FAMILIES ' '
HAVE WATER SHUT OFF
Suit was filed Wednesday afternoon by
Ihe Omaha Water company in the United
States circuit court against the George
Heal Estate company and the Dundee
Realty company, who are charged with
Bavins connected private pipes to the
aeter company's mains in Dundee and
furnished free water to their tenants
bithout paying for the water consumed
Judge T. C. Munger issued an lnjunc
lion restraining the real estate men from
lslng the company's mains without per
tilsslon pending the outcome of the suit.
Representatives of Ihs water company
itate that George & Co., laid pipes and
loncected them with the city mains with
ut the knowledge or consent of the com
any. and last Friday a number of men
n the water company's employ discon
nected them The restraining order is to
te ep Geo: ge &. Co. from repairing the
C. C. Gcoree stated that his firm vat
aid for all of the water used and that
ne pipes were connected with the con
lent of the company. He said that he
ould not understand why the supply of
his tenants had been cut off and Is
ilghly indignant. Twelve families sre
eft without water by the action of the
tn the abdorminal region is prevented by
he us of. Dr. Kings New Life Pills, the
ainleae. purifiers. 26c For sal by
Beaton Drug Co.
IaND SHOW EXHIBITS ARRIVE
Shipments Receivfd from Coast and
Others Now on the Way.
ATTRACTIONS TO BE VARIED
Mrslde th? Collection of rrodart
There VI11 He 1-alnttna. Manic,
andeillle and Meoieroo
Los Angeles and San 1 'lego ha e part
of their exhibits for the umaha Ijind
shoA' and th hrihincr l-i nn the road.
Other ccuM slate displays will be
snipped this K L tali nar a rsriosa
assembled at halt Lake City, and It will
be rent here tn charge of J. Edward
Tavlnr Tn hln vhihlt he has a collec
tion of pictures, which will be special
attraction lor every visitor, ana ne win
vffcr other unique features. Mr. Tavloi
U, one cf the best exhibit men In the
Govtrnor Spry and many of the leading
men nt the stale will be here .for Vtah
ilc. nn rvtnher 2? and two days later
the Mormon Tabernacle choir will be
here from Salt Lake.
There' are many here who are now
wanting to know what will be shown
from Idaho So many have gone from
this part of the countiy Into the Gem
Mate that the people are anxious to see
mc results ui men i.w.o.
out nmipct will be here with a bi
will all the rest of th
titirt central Manager E. C. Crocker
of Downey has pushed the work on tn
1.1 lasers olr so that a proper aiopm
could be made here. State Immigration
Commissioner IS. J. Rich has secured
the assistance of J. W. Jones lor uic
Idaho State show hero. The display
la-st winter was made by Prof. Jones
for the Boise Commercial club and since
that time he has worked up some fine
exhibits which Include those with
beautiful electrical effects. The paint
ings and Mews along the Snake river
will be worthy of a visit to the show.
The different representatives of the
Land show arc all oa.-k at 'Omaha and
every man Is pushing the work of his de
partment to see that all is In readlnes
before the opening day. C. C. RoFewater.
president of the Land show, visited all
of the northwest states during his vaca
tion and got In personal touch with the
communities there. He ha found that
all were very friendly to Omaha and
count this as their logical market town.
General Manager Faisley made trips
into'Idaho. Utah, Coloiado and Wyoming,
besides securing the fine exhibits which
are to tome from Nebraska, which wlh
have some of the flnert samples of grain
and alfalfa that have ever been shown.
Director Louis W. Buckley has covered
the coa-st country and secured exhibits
which will show that part of the west to
the best of advantage. In all of the ex
hibits the Idea of showing something
that will please the visitor has been be
fore thote who had charge of their prep
aration. Eesldes the showing in the big coli
seum building, there will be fine ones In
the pew Machinery hall and these will all
k live uni-kinir exhibits. All of the
space in this building was sold some time
ago, but It has been extended so as to
ttr nme tardv aDDllcants for loca
tions. "Something doing every minute"
will be the rule here as well as in the
Car Fender Saves
Girl from Death
The 5-year-old daughter of Fred Paf
fenrath had a miraculous escape from
death Wednesday evening when Bhe
was picked up on the fender of a Leaven
worth car near her home at Thlrty-se-
enth, and Leavenworth streets. The mo-
torrhan saw the child on the tracks and
threw on all his brakes and slowed up
Just enough to lift the Infant on the
fender without Injuring It.
As was the custom of the little child,
she ran down to the car tracks to meet
her father coming home from his store.
Just as she reached the track she saw
the car coming, but could not get out of
the jvay. A slight bruise on her left leg
was the extent of her Injuries. Mr. Paf
fenrath is- manager for Nlcoll the Tailor.
Students Will Hold
a Big Mass Meeting
A mass meeting will be held Friday
evening In' the reading room at Crelgh
ton university to consider a number of
new songs and yells to be submitted by
the students. Several good speakers are
listed for the occasion, among them being
Fathers Darlln, Talmage, Wise and
The plan of an athletic fee will be
proposed. Heretofore season tickets
were sold. The plan is now agitated to
charge each student an athletic fee
ranging from $3 to $5. This will admit the
student to all games of the school year.
Tonight will be the last night of scrim
mage practice preparatory to the game
with Western Union.
TWO MEN HAVE DEEDS -TO
THE SAME PROPERTY
With two persons claiming that each
owns the same tract of land in the south
ern part of the city, and one of these
suing for the ejection of the other. Fed
eral. Judge W. H Munger had a pretty
tangle on his hands Thursday. James H.
McCullough says that he purchased the
property from a man named Van Bant
several years ago and showed a deed to
It.' A P. Ornbeck, the other party in the
case, who Is fighting the ouster proceed
ings, says that he, too, bought the prop,
erty from a man named Van snt. and
he also has a deed to back up his claims
VERDICT AGAINST SALOON
KEEPER FOR MAN'S DEATH
Judge W. H. Munger Wednesday gave
a verdict for 1,000 to Bridget Casey of
Iieldcn. Cedar county, Nebraska, in the
case of Casey against John Schtam. Mrs
Casey la tha widow of the late Mike
Caeey of Belden, who was killed while
under tha influence of liquor which he
purchased from iiehram. The court held
that by Bchram selling the liquor to an
already intoxicated man. he laid blmaolf
liable to any harm that cm to the
Don't waste your money buying strength
tnlng plasters. Chamberlain's Liniment 1
cheaper and better. Dampen a piece of
flannel with It aad bind it over tha af
fected parts and It will rellava tbe pain
and sereness. For sale by all dealers.
When you have anytning rur sal or
taehaage advertise tt in Tb Bea Want
Ad coloiTins and get quick reaulu.
raj jMiMT.mii i iiaiilffnnlrn
New coods are t
and tniA tAilnra mnltA
range of fabric and styles, in
aiuc ami service are w nat we give you.
Young Men's Suits $7.50
Men's Suits - $10.00
A FILL I.IXK OK REQl'ISITKS 1X1U THE AK-SAR-REN HALL
gloves and ties silk socks and dress shoes.
RAIN COATS and SLIP-ONS
TRAVENETTES aiH O.VRERD1NES for rain or sunshine made with the new ron
ertible or Presto collars all waterproofed by the cravenotte process. Plip-Ons In a vari
ety of shades all well made and of Imported materials with the best Para rubber to
keep out the rain.
PRICED FROM S5 00 TO S2D.00
"BUT, 0Hf YOU B00KL0YERS"
Fair Contestant Likes Her "Steady" (
and Also Her Puzzle Pictures.
WHAT ONE GIRL DID IN CONTEST
W naif! ot Oo to Amnnfmeiit IMaocs
During Prosrrii of Bee Nov
rlty Because She Mauled
to Win tn Automobile. ;
W ould you work on Booklovers' pict- I
ure for seventy-five evenings and for- j
dike the company of your best man
friend In order to win a C prize? This
;s exactly what one young woman con
testant did in the first Booklovers' con
teat of The Bee. Phe labored on the pus
zle pictures every evening and turned
down the Invitations of her beaux to at
tend theaters and to go to other places
of amusement. .She hoped to win a big
prize, but secured one of the minor
uvyrds. So much did she enjoy the
f-rst contest, however, that she entered
the second and Is now trying to win the
automobile. She f-ays she Is willing to
stay at home In the evening for she finds
the picture-solving the best kind of
recreation. She has lnarned during this
Ktcond game that she does not need to
spend all her time at borne tn the even- I
ing and she has attended several shows.
She has the spirit, though, and would i
nut do other things for amusement if the I
puziles remained unsolved. j
LUt of AttraptKe Prises.
P1rst-A White Steamer automobile, a
beautiful five-paesenger car, oelebrated
for Us dut ability and speed, vslued at
ID.O00. It is exhibited at Drummona s,
Eighteenth and Harney streets. .
Second A ten-acre ranch In beautiful
Tehama county California; delightful
climate, rich fruit land; value. $1,:50. Full
Information concerning this land may be
had at the office of the Trowbridge
Bolster company In the City National
Bank building, Omaha.
Third A beautiful Krell .Auto-Grand
player-piano (have the music of the mas
ters in your own home); value, M0. This
prize is exhibited at the Bennett store,
Sixteenth and Harney streets.
Fourth One lot in the business district
of Ralston, a lot 26x100 feet, on Maywood
street; value, S2T5. Full Information may
be had at the office of the Ralston
Townslta company, 809 South Seven
teenth street, Omaha
Fifth In the beautiful suburban town
of Ralston, one lot in the residence por
tion, 0x130 feet. This lot is valued at
$225. Full Information may be had at the
office of the Ralston Townsite company,
300 South Seventeenth street, Omaha.
Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Three sets
(twelve volumes) of Nelson's Loose-Leaf
Encyclopedia, the encyclopedia that can
not grow old; each set vaued at J30.
These books are exhibited at the store of
V. A. Hixenbaugh & Co., 1814 St. Mary's
Ninth and Tenth Prizes These prizes
consist of twenty-four volumes, cloth
bound sets of the "Book of Knowledge,"
an encyclopedia made especially for chil
dren and sold at $36 a set. This work Is
written in simple language and is a
"wonder book" in that It makes simple
all knowledge necessary to broad educa
tion. It may be acen at the Omaha office
of W. A. Hixenbaugh, UU4 St. Mary's
Dental Board Wtna.
PIERRE. 8. I)., Oct. 4.-(Special Tele
gram.) In the supreme court today In
an opinion by McCoy, the lower court
was sustained in the cue of slate against
C. L. . Carlisle from Minnehaha county.
In this case the Ktste Dental board has
been after Carlisle tor several years for
practicing dentistry in Sioux Falls with
out a license and after a number of ac
tions they have finally seoured a supreme
court decision sustaining them in their
contention of the dental law.
Bottled at the
about 100 per
cent perfect -
For health's take have
it in your home.
"Ahmmy tho matno
Good Old BlmtM"
Mia-a t O Owwalaa awMt, OwMka. a.
Phonal DanavLas 03
' MILWAUKEE WT
OMAHA. FRIDAY, OCTORET? 10U.
onstantly arriving the host manufacturers are rrprtspntrd nl bora it s only trtrt
our clothlna n offer vou the nohMct and most nn-to-rl At clothing In a wirto
keeping with our established policy our
The Favorite Rye
01 six Generations'
Tiflh I lll'llll'HIIII I'lWIIIilHI II Will 1 1' inilllMMIIIMIIIIMII'IIIMIIIIIIIll
Its age is guaranteed by the
u. S. Government.
Its purity by the Schenley
Its quality speaks for itself.
When you buy Rye, buy Schenley. At all dealers.
Rchentev rMsHlllnv f!rc. I.ncencn. Pa.
In Baking With
To fully appreciate the real pleasure of baktat" , buy acaa of
Calumet and as a test bake a batch of biacuita
6e how light aod wonderfully raised tbey come from the
Then break one of thern open and acta bow thoroughly,
evenly and fluffily the dough hat risen.
And the final test ths on that counts bttr aad taste.
This test will prove to yea that Calumet is the most depend-
a Die Baking rowaer lar every
It will prove Its economy over the falrfi-prlce trust brand
and its great superiority ovar tb cheap and big can kind.
For Calumet is highest in quality and moderate ia coat.
Received Hisfcwt Awara WarU Piara Paad EapoutW
We have dn hand a number of
Player Pianos that are slightly used:
now on sale at the following prices,
Mahogany case, beautifully
Mahogany case, eighty-eight
Mahogany case, eighty-eight
A number of outside Cabinet Players, from $15 up.
Twenty-five rolls of music free with every player.
Terms to fcuit your own convenience.
prices are lower than others
Full dress suits, full dress shirts,
is absolutely pure.
It ought to be because
it is distilled 4 times
(Ordinary whiskey not mora than twice)
bottle la sealed with
S. Government Stamp.
Prices . Prices
. $650 $325
. $550 $225
"Tile Onrint.ii Bee's Great
7 SHALL HOLD DTJT
TlitXK 11 THE REST SAY
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wo. ra raaay. octobw a. mi.
What Book Dees This Picture Represent?
Street aod Number
City or Town ;
Writ In title and author of book and I4T1 coupon and picture- Band
no coupon until finish of tha contest la announced. Each picture represents
a book title not a arena or oharacter. Catalogues containing 1,000 naraea
on which all pussla plctur.s are based tha catalogue uaad by tha contaat
edUor-ara for sale at the tfQslnese Otii at The U fur Si cants: by wall.
Alt rarwin. are ellftN te mm this eeeUst asnapt mloys f tk Omasa ft aaA
BMmbar of Ih.lr tamlllM. ay. for Mvatr-fl. 4.7a, thr will b puellakaa la
Tk Bm a alrtur wklck will nprwant tk. s.bm f a book. Batfc eck picture Ur
will b. a bl.ok lor tk oontMtant to till la tb tltl f tk hank.
Cut out botb tb plotur ao4 tb bl nk 4 till la tk ap a4 autliar f tk book
and .44 your sun aa4 44rM SMtiy 4 al.iour ta tk r.c vrovldiMl.
No rrtrlctloa will b. plu4 uo tk war la wklck anm.r to tk plotur SMy b
ur4. Baob plutur r.praaala nly on. till, ol oa book. II yoa ar not sure at a title
an4 wlb to n4 In mora than eo aaaw ar to aacb picture, you mar 4 so. ' BUT HOT
MORE THAN jTIV'i aNSWkIHa TO ANT ONB PICTURE WILb DB FIRXOTTED. Ia.
oorrwt aa.wors will sot b oounUd asUast oonutaaui It cornet anwr la alo stTaa.
Mor tbas on n.wr skould aot be pt oa tb am coupon. Ex era ooupona boal4 v
iw4 tor extra anwra All answer t tk atoi aumbr aboul4 b kpt tosUMr wb.a
asodlDg la lb wt. Only on Hat aay b submitt4 by en ootataat, tkouab aay Uat may
save tni.Ki ta .ck putil.
Tk. numbr of coupon uk4-nwn stwe ainat be plainly wrlttsa a tks eatstoa at
ach BET aubmlttnl. but 4 aot writ sunk Intoraattaa as tk wrappar.
Wbll not absolutolr naoMMry, It 1 4lrbl tkat tba plcturr. heals' 'is each eaa
b nt la wltk tb ..rw.r., In order that all aaawars b ualfona. AdajUoaal ntetuns
and coupon mar be obtaln4 at th fflc t Tb Bo by mall ar Is nanoa
Wb.n you ba.a all .i.oir-fl'. pIctuM. fattsn tb.m tog.tk.r Id FLAT packat and
bring or ss.ll tb.m to Tba Omaha Bm, a44ra.4 ta Booklovor Contt Mltor. rls
will b. swr4wl to tba contMtant sandlns tn tk larswt sumbar of onrraot wlutl.a. Ia
..nt of two or mnr parson aa.lnc tb. aam surabr of oorrRt aolutlona, tba patwoa
v.lng tk mailer numbr of aatra eonporj In kla aot of aanrara will be 4clar4 winner, la
rnt of two paraun Saving tb Bin iinbtr carraat aa4 nalss U Sam Bumbor at ew
Jan.. lb pnoa wkoM t of aawr I BHt Batly prwparad. In tb. plstos at tk full
u4glB commlttaa, will ro!w tk ftrat prtaa.
Only o Hit of aawr may b subslttd by a assttstaat ant oily aaa arlt will be
swar4d to on. ft rally at aaa a44r.B.
Tb u of tb ooubob 1 aot obligatory npns tba oataUst. and an ssssf Buy b
submlttad In any l.slbl. manner tha oontaataat may .lct-
Awards wtll b n4 ctrlctly according ta tba marlt at Mob stparat llt
Tba nam of mar than one paraoa nut at b wrtttaa upoa any oo aoaaaav' 1
Tb awar4 will ba ma4a by tba foateat Editor as4 a wmmlttae at mali-anewa ebuV
ana whoa nam will b ansounoad latar.
TV coauat la llmlMd to tba following Urrttoryi Nabnaka. Wrintg. that asrtlaa t
Iowa wt of but aot Including Das Mola, aad that aaotlaa of aouck Dakota kaowm as
tka Black Hills District.
A i-passenger 1911 Model White Steamer Touring Car odorless, smokeless
and noiseless. No cranking no shifting of geara; any desired speed. Whit
steamer sales Increase each succeeding year. Hum practically an endorsement
of tha United Htatns government, which owns and operates mora White
Steamers than all other cars combined. Richly upholstered, beautifully fin
ished, unlimited power, controlled' speed. This oar wlU ba aiJiibltad In Omaha
at ammiomda. lttth aad Xaxmmr aa.
In the soft, semi-tropic, climatic sons, extend
ing north from San Diego to Shasta County, Call
fornla. lies Tehama, county. In which la situated
this beautiful llttla 10-scr ranch near tha town
of Red Bluff. Thla la fruit land of a very high
order and la part of tbe celebrated Lutheran col
ony which had lta Inception with an Omaha
clergyman. . Literature describing; this property
may be seen at tha office of TBOWBaMSOB-BOlV.
TIB CO, la the City Betlonel Bank BuUftlar.
I iBVi'---'!!?' t'
Ralston Is to be a manufacturing city. They
have a fine start with the Hrr.wn Truck Man
ufacturing Co., the Rogers Motor Car Co., and
tlie Howard Stove Works. Everything desir
able tn comfortable living mav be found there,
On one of the main business streets The 3e
haa selected Its fourth prize a business lot
26x100 feet, and valued at tilt.
FIFTH PRIZE, Value $225
In the same town and with the eame prospect of advancement. The Bee
has helectnd a residence lot 60x120 ft,- and valued at 385.
wlthM?tVm rUDnl" Ut ' mb
SIXTH, SEVENTH AND EIGHTH PRIZES
,i-. . anuBBurga, w men was rounded in 179S
Thla encyclopedia of twelve volumes, which la valued at 196 a it mav
he seen at the Oniaha office of W. A Blxenbaugh B Co" m il uJj'i Ai
NINTH AND TENTn PRIZES
hur.dredj. of colored plates snd thousands in black and wliita This ia a. fuTTS
Five Prizes of $10. fen Prizes of $5. Ten Prizes of $2.
Twenty Prizes of $1.
WATCH FOR THE DAILY PICTURE IN THE BEE.
EE IS 001177,
FTTJCT VmiTi Vtliw
1 JL1VU1 X 11jU 52,000
White Steamer Automobile
THIRD PRIZE 8ooo
The magnificent, fancy walnut ZUU
AUTO OK1IO rZ.ATBB-Kl.BO which noth
ing can excel. No other player-piano haa in
the absolute the "human touch" ao desired by
a musical ear and ao prized by the manufac
turers. Thla instrument will be exhibited, ex
plained and clayed for anyone who wishea to
ee It In tbe ware rooms on the third floor of
THE BENNETT CO.
Thla ingenious encyclopedia, which is a develop
ment ratiier than Invention, hns besides Its con
veniences the value of hundrcdx of editors men
tally equipped to make one of the greatest ency
clopedias ever compiled. One of the strongest
recommendations for this work Is that it is from
Mtfinf"a.0LrwS r'M2.ble ")d house of THOI.
LJ? , of Mew Tork, London, XubUa
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