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BRIEF CITY NEWS
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Have Boot Print It Now Beacon Press.
ridellty Storage fe Van Co. Doug. 1616
Tarm loans, 0 and city loans,
6H and 6. Municipal and corporation
bonds. United States Trust Co., 312 B.
Retail Oroosrs to Mest TIio retail
grocers' association will meet In the Com
mercial club rooms at 8 this evening.
Wary on Carnival Oronndi The
Omaha navy recruiting office will have
a tent on the carnival grounds of the
Ak-Sar-Ben. The tent will bo used as an
Information bureau, and will be well dec
orated with alluring pictures. Two sailors
will be assigned to the tent each day.
Beats His XXorse Joe Adams, 1465
South Fourteenth street, was fined $15
and costs by Judge Foster for rockless
driving and beating a horse. Adams when
arrested on South Sixteenth street, was
flaying the animal, which was running
down tho thoroughfare at considerable
speed. The fine was later suspended.
AFPATRS AT QftllTH nMAUA.NEW MEMBER OF CREIQHTON
.M.u, x uuuiu vmntin COLLEGE OF LAW FACULTY.
Council Orders Allowance for Brings'
MOVEMENT OF GRAIN TO
THE SOUTH IS VERY HEAVY
Omaha's grain trade to the south con
tinues to Increase, the shipments last
month exceeding 1,000 cars of oats and
corn, "an increase of 25 per cunt over
the corresponding month of one year ago.
It Is expected that September ship
ments will be far in excess of those
of August, notwithstanding the fact that
that Is less corn to moye. A big move
ment of oats and barley Is in sight and
added to thlB It Is expected that during
the ' latter part of the month there will
be a heavy Increase In the wheat for ox
port, going by way of the gulf.
An American Klnir
1b the great king of cures, Dr. King's
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cough and cold remedy. 60c and H.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Adver
The Persistent and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
At the Theaters
ATTllACTIONS IN OMAHA.
Boyd: "The Havoc."
Brandelsi "Stop Thief."
Empress i Vaudeville.
Oayetyl Musical Burlesque.
Thanks to the cool evening after the
hower of yesterday, society night at the
nmhinni showed the heaviest patronage
since the theater opened In August for
the new vaudeville season. The feature
attraction, of course, was the operatic
star or international nunc, mmra'iutrn
i.mt Sh. with the masked singer mys
teriously billed as Madame ?, comprise
a duo that Is said to be the rarest vocal
acquisition of the Orpheum circuit.' They
have a well chosen repertory, made up
of the best known "golden melodies from
famous operas." All the rovlews of the
Omaha newspapers have" commended In
high terms the work of these two oper
Rfnn Thief." at the Brondels. la
v.HtohlA evelone of laughter, punctuated
by many exciting roomonts, an Irresistible
comoinauon inai an uuiui-uub ououiuicij
capacity audiences at each succeeding'
performance ot-.thls. cleverly constructed
play. . ' '
'The Boyd Theater Stock company con
tinues to draw large houses at each per
formance. The bill this week Is Henry
Sllller's big success. "The Havoc." and
It is most excellently presented. , Miss
Florence Stone, leading lady ot the com
pany, has a very strong part. The bat
ance ot the company handle their parts
with excellent care. During the week
matinees Will De given on mursuay ana
Saturday. .Next week's Offering will be
'ARKS GETS PAYING CONTRACT
Appointments to Nevr Fnrk Board
Confirmed CHr Officials to Mnke
Cnll on DurllnRton OfflctnU
In Itcftard to Vlnduet.
Ever have a prayer answered? Mana
ger Johnson of the Gayety did. In his
"Dear Reader" portion of the Gayely's
ad in last Sunday's Bee, Mr. Johnson
caused to be Inserted the words "Pray
for rain." intimating that ho wanted
everybody to join with him in the request
for moisture. Well, anyway, Jt rained
yesterday morning, cooled' the atmos
phere, and up jumped the attendance at
the popular Qayety, where "Olrls of the
Gay White Way." Harry Dutch Ward
and Sam Hoarn are putting laughs over
the footlights with such rapidity that It's
difficult to keep up with them. Ladles'
dime matinee today.
After having tied the city up In a
egal tangle that stopped all paving for
more than a year, because ho claimed
that ho had not been given a square
deal, Contractor James Parks won last
night the paving of M street from Thir
teenth to Twenty-fourth street the street
over which the trouble first started.
The National Construction company bid
5 cents per square yard on tho rock to
be taken up from between the tracks on
Q street and won the contract. For
the same rock a few inches away tho
same company Is paying 20 cents per
The council ordered that the allow
ance for maintaining Brlggs' aiitomobllo
be discontinued and that the auto com
pany be notified of the resolution. The
council claims that considerable monoy
is wasted In the maintenance ot the
police department. Brlggs used his au
tomobile for city calls and under the old
rule the city paid for the upkeep ot the
machine. A number of automobile men
will bid on the proposition of keeping an
auto for the convenience of tho police
Again the city officials will make a
pilgrimage to tho Burlington railroad
officials for the purpose of having a via
duct built over the Burlington tracks at
Forty-third and P streets and Thirty
ninth to Fortieth streets.
The appointments to the new park
board of Robert Wheeler, A. N. Ilagan,
John M. Mullen, E. O. Mayfleld, C. F.
Leppert, Joe Breen, J. F. MoReynolds,
Mrs. Ella M. Slaon and Mrs. C. U
Talbot, wero confirmed.
School Bonds Sold.
Becretary ot the School Board James P.
Sullivan yesterday made tho final ar
rangements for the sale of $60,000 school
bonds to the Omaha Water board. The
Bale ot the bonds makes possible the rais
ing ot the old holdover debt on the
school district so long.
Call Prove Disastrous.
John Stephens, said to bo a Bulgar,
was arrested last night on complaint ot
Joo Livingstone. Livingstone called at
a house at Twenty-fifth and M streets
to see a young woman who had Invited
him over the telephone to visit her there.
Instead of her Livingstone found Stephens.
The latter took the visitor, so the people
of the house say, for a burglar. Btephens
proceeded to treat him aa one.. Living
stone told the police.
IMenaea Live Stock Men.
The Introduction of a bill In congress
providing against the killing of calvos
under certain age has brought consider
able Joy to the hearts of many local
live stock men who haveeen urging such
a 'measure 'for a long time.' Only recently
through' -the 'United efforts of the live
stock exchanges throughout tho country
an effort was made to have the different
state legislatures take the question up.
Ran ! Heavy.
The western run of grass cattle and
sheep was on In earnest yesterday on
tho local market, the receipts registering
over 11,000 cattle-and 67,000 snoop.
Organisation at Board.
A report' In yesterday's paper made it
appear that Mayor lloctor had appointed
Edgar Jackson as head of the park board
and John M. Tanner, as secretary. Fred
Heffltngor is resident of the board and
John M. Tanner secrotary by election of
the park board. The mayor nominated
Edgar Jackson to succeed J. H. Kopleti,
a member who resigned yesterday.
Maaric City Gossip.
Eddie Cahlll Is spending his vacation
In Denver, Colo.
P. R. Hesley of Mlnden. Ia., was in
South Omaha on business Monday.
John Haney and Will Jones ot Alliance
were In South Omaha on business Mon
day. Bob McDImpsey will leave today to
register for the Montana land drawing to
be held soon.
The young people of the First Christian
church, Twenty-third and I streets, will
give an lco cream social this evening
at the church.
The members ot the Lefler Memorial
Church, Fifteenth and Madison streets,
will give their pastor, Rev. T. A. Bag-
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NEAL D. REARDON.
shaw and Mrs. Bngshaw ft fnreweil re
ception this evening at tne cnurcn.
Miss Margare. Snyder of Chicago is tne
truest of Miss Arna Hlggins, iwj .onn
Albert Brown has returned to his home
In Blrncy, Mont., after a short business
trip to South Omaha.
Tho women of Woodmen clrclo No. 69
will hold an all day quilting at the homo
of Mrs. D. B. Bailey, SZ7 North Twunty-
second Btrcet. Wednesday.
J. A. Delfeldcr has returned to . his
homo In Rtvcrton, Wyo., after a short
visit with friends here.
Vnr n msa of .letter's Old Aee Of Gold
Top beer call So. fr6S. Prompt dollvery to
all parts of the city. Wtn. Jettcr.
Fifty Omahans Join
Knights Last Chance
The theatrical season for Ak-Sar-Ben
wound up last night with a blaze ot
glory for tho performers and a deep feel
ing of apprehension for the fifty daring
Omahans who signified a willingness to
belong." The Den was packed and tho
8. R. O. sign woe hung out long before
the orchestra struck up for the opening
After the show was over, and the new
members began to breathe freoly Everett
Buckingham announced that while the
enrollment tor this year is 2,214 against
2,280 ot last year, he expected the mem
bership equal that of last year by tho
night of tho ball.
Addresses wero matfo by Charles H.
Pickens, D. J. O'Brien, Father Gannon
and Rev. T. J. Mackay.
MAY G0LLEGT6ARBA6E FREE
This is Pnrt of Scheme of Pnblio
ALSO OPERATE A BRICK PLANT
Cnptnln Klein ot ih Salvation Army
la Hnthnataatlo torn Workhouse,
Haatnir Argnmrnl on Uxpc
rlencr In Other IMncca.
if a workhouse for Douglas county and
city prisoners is established a system ot
free garbage collection, wnion is ex
pected to be self-sustaining and a brick
plant, which will turn kale from the beds
near Louisville Into paving brick to be
used In improving the publlo roads will
be features ot Its operation.
The proposal to build a workhouse Is
tho center of all discussions of mothbers
of the Board ot County Commlsstanera
now. Captain Frank Kline of the local
Salvation Army appeared before tho
board and mndo an enthuslastlo plea for
a workhouse, basing his argument on the
experience of tho Salvation Army with
similar Institutions whloh, he said, hav
been uniformly self-sustaining and have
made men out of thousands of derelicts.
County Commissioner Lynch is Insist
ing vigorously that some action be taken
by tho board with regard to the proposal
to build a workhouse. It suoh a plan U
decided upon the city will be asked to
assist and tho labor unions will bo asked
to endorse It. since the plan Is to employ
prisoners only in such labor as will not
compete with union workmen.
Tho commissioners agreed that tho
making of brick to Improve the roads
would be one of the most desirable means
of utilizing such labor. In Minneapolis
garbage is handled free of charge to the
residents of the city, and all members of
the board bcllcvo this plan also Is feas
Commissioner Lynch Is asking that the
other members ot the board go to Min
neapolis to Inspect tho workhouse sys
tem thero, but the board is uncertain as
to whether Judge Troup's Junket decision
would apply to such a trip and decision
as to tho trip was postponed. '
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FAIR CHAUFFEUSE HELPS
OUT FARMP0WER SHOW
Miss Dcanle Konevel is proving herself
a charming assistant to the management
of the Farm Power show nt Fremont
She Is piloting one of the many automo
biles that have been volunteered for the
accommodation of visitors to tho show,
and is busy all day hauling strangers tu
and from the exhibition grounds. It was
the promise of tho Fremont Commercial
club, that no visitor should have any trou
ble or expense In getting out to. the fields
where the big farm tractors are at work.
and the club is making good on this
promise. Miss Kenevel, who is one of
the chief factors in tho redemption of
the promise, Is a nlcco of E. M. Collins,
of the Llnlnger Implement company of
Omaha. She has driven her car for three
years, and has taken entire cars of It
herself. Hor mileage record is over 30,000,
she has never had her car In a garago
for repairs, and has never had an acci
dent in the time she has driven it
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will nourish and build up their bodies, food that
makes sound bone, strong muscle and healthy flesh.
FAUST SPAGHETTI is just that kind of food. It is
made from Durum wheat a cereal extremely rich
in gluten a bone, muscle and flesh builder.
RETAIL CLERKS DECIDE
TO KEEP UP THE FIGHT
A scanty twenty-five persons out of tho
organization ot sew-ral hundred of tho
Retail Clerks' association, met at Sey
mour hall in the Board of Trade build
ing last night for a business meeting and
impromptu entertainment. The meeting
was short on members and therefore short
on business, but It waa long on enthus
iasm and therefore long on entertainment
Leo McManus was unanimously elected
treasurer of the association to succeed
Mr. Barlowe, resigned, because of press
of othor duties. The association decided
to adjourn until a week from tonight,
when it Is hoped a more representative
gathering may bo held. Tho Ak-Sar-Ben
Initiation was too' strong a competitor
last night. Tho twenty-five present
agreed to continue tho organlatlon per
manently and stick to the fight for Sat
urday night closing.
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St. Louis. Mo.
CITY TO SELL LOT AND BUY
ANOTHER FOR ENGINE HOUSE
The city commission haa ordered the
city clerk to advertise for bids for the
lot at Nineteenth and Harney streets,
where the city proposed to construct a
fire engine house. Such a protest was
raised against tho building of a fire
engine house so near the publlo library
that the city commission will, If a satis
factory price can be secured, sell the
property and buy a block south, where
OFFICIAL G. A. R. TRAIN TO
LEAVE HERE SATURDAY
Announcement has been made that the
official headquarters train from Omaha
to Chattanooga, where the national en
campment ot tho Grand Army of the Be-
public will be held, will leave this city
over the Burlington on Beptember IS at
4:85 o'clock In the afternoon. Trains on
other roads from several points In the
country will arrive In Omaha In tlmo
to connect with tho official train leaving
hero. The announcement was made by
Department Commander John A. Dempster.
POLICE START CRUSADE TO
CLEAN CITY FOR CARNIVAL
In anticipation of Ak-Sar-Ben festiv
ities and as a protection to citizens and
visitors alike, Chief of Pollco Dunn has
Issued a proclamation to the force to
clean ud the city by ridding the streets
of vagrants, suspicious characters and alt
individuals whose appearances are ques
tionable. Plckpockots and prowlers will
find Omaha tough picking during tho
carnival, as every precaution for their
apprehension Is going to be in raer.
ATTEMPTS SUICIDE WITH
Mrs. Nollle Clifford, wife of Charles
nnrforH teamster. 1413 South Nineteenth
street, attempted suicide Tupsday morning
during a family spat. She swallowed a
Quantity ot toothache medicine and suf
fered quite a good deal until a polloe
surgeon administered medical attention.
Her condition Is not serious.
. - i
ivi Kht of Terror.
Few night are more terrible than that
of a monther looking on ner ciu.u
and gasping for breath during- an attack
of croup, and nothing in me nouso
relieve It. Many moiners navo iw
nights of terror In this eltuatlon. A little
forethought will enauie you io uvum
all this. Chamberlain s i;ougn nemeuy
Is a cortaln cure for croup and has nevor
been known to fall. Keep u ai nanu.
For sale by all drugBlsis.-Aavcrtiae-ment.
Oralis from the Wire
More than 1.000 delegates aro In Louis
ville for the nineteenui annual oui;uiiw
ment of the supreme lodge of the Knights
and Ladles of Honor.
Lack of a quorum last night prevented
the passage of the urgent deficiency ap
propriation bill by the house. A final
Vote will be taken today. The house wrote
into tho bill a provision abolishing tho
Herbert Myrlck of Springfield, Mass..
publisher ot the Orange Judd Northwest
Farmstead, and James M. Cunningham,
circulation manager, were fined 11,050
each In the United Btates dlstrlot court
In Boston yesterday for conspiracy to
defraud the government in an attempt to
securo second class mailing privileges for
Preparations for the movement of crops
were reflected In a detailed summary,
made public yesterday, of the condition of
national banks on August , as compared
with June t. Loans Increased 126.527.000,
wtiiiA individual deposits decreased 1191,.
123 OW and cash decreased JU.8H.000. The
government had not bogun the deposit
of crop moving funds when this call for
condition was issued.
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This fragrant pastime is one of the few
things you like that you should! like.
It's a blessing to smokers, the favorite
of children, the pleasant occupation
of almost everyone.
property and huy a diock south, where .
mliMother! is Child s
Stomach Sour, Sick?
An ounce of prevention Is generally
worth a pound of curiosity.
What little flattery Isn't expended on
women Is saved for tombstones.
Even the man who Is In the commission
business may commit sins of omission.
If you treat a man like a dog you can't
very well blame yourself If you are bit
ten. We never quite realize the sting of hard
words till we have to take them back.
He who strikes while the iron Is hot
doesn't always succeed In making warm
Old friends may be best, but that
doesn't prevent a fellow from making
It's all right to cultivate a thirst for
knowledge, but It brings with it mighty
few free lunches.
Now that there are no longer any In
dians to fight, an ambitious, energetic
boy has little to which he may look
Talk confidentially to the man who Is
opposed to theatrical performances and
he will admit that he never attended one.
Definition from Persia.
Poet A proud beggar.
Physician Th herald of death.
Poverty The consequence ot marriage
official, for Instance, who is
Bribe The resource ot him who knows
he has a bad cause.
Widow A woman In the habit ot prais
ing her husband when he is gone.
Quest One In your house wno is im
uutii-uai in your nouo who is iiji- . , , rvmmnv
patient to hear the dishes clatter.-Bos- to srI, Ownjpany.
If tongtte 1a coated or If crews, f over
is h, constipated kIto "California
Syrup of Figs.
Don't scold your fretful, peertsh child.
Bee if tongue is coated; this Is a runs
sign Itn little stomaoh, liver and bowels)
are clogged with sour waste.
When listless, pale, feverish, full of
cold, breath bad, throat sore, doesn't eat,
sleep or act naturally, has stomachache,
indigestion, diarrhoea, give a teupoontul
of "California Syrup of Figs," and in a
few hours all the foul waste, the sour bile
and fermenting food passes out of the
bowels and you have a well and playful
child again. Children love this harmless
"fruit laxative." and mothers can rest
easy after gtiing It, because It never falls
to make their little "lnsldes" dean and
Keep it handy. Mother! A little given
today aavea a sick child tomorrow, but
get the genuine. Ash your druggist for
a GO-cent bottle ot "California Bymp of
Figs," which has directions for babiea.
children of all ages mod for gro-vrn-apa
plainly on the bottle, nomeinber there
are counterfeit sold here, so surely look
and see that yours la made by the Call-
j fomla Fir Byrup Company, nun uaeic
I with contempt any other ftg syrup.
Chew it after
BUY IT BY THE BOX
of twenty packages it costs less of
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20th and Cuming Sts.
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The water used in our doughs is filtered. Hig ceilings, enameled
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