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TIIB BEE: OMAIIA, WEDNESDAY", .IAXITAHY 21, 1M4.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Burlington Road Presents Plans for
CONTRACTS LET FOR SUPPLIES
AnnnM License Fee nf FUtr Dollars
nnncr to thnt
f As promised by Clt Attorney H. C.
Murphy a week ano the Burlington rail
road last night presented plan and spe
cifications for two viaducts over the Bur
Ungton tracks, on at Thirty-ninth street
and one at Forty-fourth. A delegation
from the Orchard Hill Improvement club
was In attendance on the meeting. While
In the office of the city clerk before the
council meeting. City Attorney Murphy
exhibited tho plans to the members of
the delegation who expressed themselves
J enthusiastic over the prospects of de-
voivixucni consequent on mo erection o: ;
the new bridges. The ordinances for the
new viaducts were Introduced. !
Wien It came to awarding Uie dffferent (
bids on city supplies, tho council Adopted i
me policy or. spreading tho .contracts
round. The Stott Stationery and tho I
South Omnha Stoflnnorv rnmnanv Hlvlil,..! '
tno contracts tin offlco supplies. Tho
Maple City Printing company won the
' printing. Kratky Bros, lost out on both
feed and coal to Plvonka. and Watklns.
Watklns also captured the lumber con
tracts. Koutaky-Pavllk got tho award
on hardware. On the medical supplies
Tobln got the prescriptions, while Mclchcr
won the druz store.
Bids for auditing tho city books wore
received from different auditing com
panies. Tho ordinance fixing an annual
license fee of 330 on pawnbrokers was
, passed. The city clerk was ordered to
diaw warrant for S2.200 In favor of the
Manhattan Rubber company for 2,000 feet
of fire; hoso recently bought
Dnnrfhtcr tn Kins; Family.
Mr. and Mrs. John King of Twentieth
and J streets were mado happy yesterday
by the appearance of a daughter at their
home.l Mr. King is field amanuensis of
J. wi 'Aiurphy or tho Union Stock Yards.
When King first learned to talk, It is
said that "J. W." took him off and be
gan to talk "hogs" to him. Johnny, howr
ever, at that time liked the open road," so
he beat It for the hog yards and their
surroundings. A few rearm nf wanrinrin
and he returned to make his home-in'
oum umana. After he had been back a
few days ho met "J. W."
The story Is told that "J. W." Just be
gan on the "hog" business to King ex
actly where he left off years before.
Then King got married. "J. W." does
not "sabe" that game himself. He says
H takes too much time. However, he
tolerated It among his employee. After
King returned from his wedding trip "J.
W," piled a little more work on him to
make him steady.
When tho little girt anlved yesterday
King telephoned his employer of the
happy event. "Fine," chuckled "J. W."
ovor the phone; "fine." Then he broke
all precedents by adding: "Take two
days off." King says ho will take them,
King is the son of former Tollce Magis
trate King-of this city. Mrs. King is tho
daughter of an Omaha family.
Tiitminn Kirk Iloli1.nl.
Thomas Kirk; CO years old. was slugged
and robbed last night on Twcnty.fourth
street less than a block away from tho
lty hall and the ppUqe .station.. Kirk
Is a well known packing house employe
and has roomed near Twenty-fourth and
N street for years. Ho says ho, was
strong-armed by two men who forced
him Into a doorway on Twenty-fourth
htreet, between N and O streets. The
men obtained $9 from their victim, whom
they then beat unmercifully. Kirk was
taken to the South Omaha polico station,
whero Dr. E. J. Shanahan dressed his
wounds, which were all about tho head
and face. The highwaymen escaped.
Grocer Injured by Ilrlck.
John McLoughlln. grocer, at Thirty
second and T streets, swore out a war
rant yesterday mornine fop Antnn fihin.
ky, a laborer at Cudahy's. whom Me.
LoUEhlln accuses of Imvlnr- hio-ln,!
- mu.,vm fc
I ,-11. , V. . . . . ...
"..wh vtf.uMti wuiauniin store win
dow Saturday night with murderous in-
- ,,.... mm in, uruiucr-in-
luw. George Bobler, were in tho grocery
etore shortly after 3 o'clock Saturday
night. Without warning the brick came
sailing through the window, cutting Mc
laughlin's eyes In such a way that he
may loso the slirht. nf nn i i.
said to have ben peeved at McLoughlln
because the lattor evicted him from a
tenement some time ago and then gar
nished bin wages. Tho regular appear
ance of a process server every payday
is said to liavo crazed Shlnsky. He has
Funeral of W. . Kfer.
The funeral ot W. O. Keefer will be
1 held Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock
from Drewer'a chapel. Hev. Harold
Bowen will preslda at tho funeral services
nd Bee Hive lodge No. 184, Ancient, Free
! ""J Accepted Masons will have charge of
the funeral. The body will be sent to
Wahoo, Neb., for burial. Mrs. Keefer,
i who was in. San Diego, Cal., at the time
l of her husband's death will arrive here
I Wednesday evening. Interment will bu
f made at Wahoo on Friday.
' Mrs. ftuann Herring Deuil.
Mrs. Susan Herring. 81 ytars of age.,
f died yesterday afternoon at the borne 6t
her son. I. G. Hopkins. 1321 Polk street.
The funeral tei vices will be held this
afternoon at 2 o'clock at the late resi
dence ot the deceased, Bev. E. A. Smith
presiding, interment will bo mado In
Laurel Hill cemetery.
Death of Jncoli Suilthheru.
Jacob Emlthberg. aged 63 sears ami for
twenty.flve years a resident of this city,
lied yesterday afternoon at his late resl
dence, Forty-eighth and W streets, after
a long Jllness. The funeral will be held
Thursday afternoon at 3:30 p. m. at
Brewer" chapel, Rev. It. I Wheeler of.
ficlatiss, Warsaw lodge No. tX Indepen
dent Order ot Odd Fellows of Omaha, will
attend the funeral. Interment will be
made at Graceiand Park cemetery.
The body of Charles Dodds. who died
yesterday at tho Methodist hospital in
Omaha, will u sent today from Brettw'a
chapel to Memphis. Neb., the old home
of tla deceased, where interment will be
made. - ,
.Manic Clt Coulp. .
The dance given by the Orchard Hill
Improvement :lub Saturday evening was
a big success.
Office space for rent in Bee office, m.
. J"1- I?""" reasonable. Well known1
location. T. South 27. 1
Miss Alma Jetter waa the reclpl ?nt of
a very pleasant surprise party Sunday
evening In honor of her birthday. i
Miss Margaret Connors was hostess for '
the Ad Mortem club last night at her
home, 8109 North Twentieth street.
The Schubert club will give a dancing
party Thursday evening at the Kugle
Home, Twenty-thlrd and N streets.
The fifth of a series of lectures under i
the auspices of St Martin's Men a club
i 111 be delivered by Prof Jatnes Kdward
Le Itoslgnol on "The Industries and 1
Scenery of New Zealand." this evening
at the parish house. Twenty-fourth and
The Phllathea class of the FlrH Bap
tist church will give a Helnt luncheon
Thursday nt the home of Mrs. Byron
Clow, IMS North Twenty-sixth s.reet.
South Omaha Ksgles give regular
w odnesday night dances Introducing nov
elty entertainers every week. Tho tango
by Prof. Kcop will be given Wednesday
night. The following Wednesday tho
New Quartet will sing.
The Willing Workers of the First Chris
tian church will meet with Mrs. J. C
npwc, Sll North Eighteenth street,
The Woman's Home and ForWgn Mis
sionary society will meet at the home
of Mrs. A. K. Alexander. 7Jft North Nln
loenth street, next Wednesday afternoon,
at 1:30. '
Mrs. Lillian Blohm. aged 41 years, died
suddenly last night of hoart failure at her
home. HIS Noith Twenty-sixth street,
e unoral arrangements will be made later.
Much Interest In being shown in the
meeting now being he'.d In tho First Pres
byterian church, t.ust nleht Dr. F. P
RRmsay's address was on "The Resurrec
tion." H's topic for tonight will bo
The girls' baket boll team of the
South Omaha High school will go to
Logan. In.. Friday to play the Ltigan
High school basket ball girls. The lineup
for South Omaha will be: Brthir Hoden
and Maud Brooker, forwards; lrune Hay
ner, center: Norma Nelman and Ituby
Wright, guards; substitutes. Mario Ucaty
and Anna Crowe. Mrs. Woldman, couch.
On Snturday ntgnt tho Old Time Farm
era" bal WL tie held. The flaglcs" drill
team Is using every effort t make this
event one of great hucccbs. Mr. Poll
reon will have- on oxhlb.tlon wmc prize
fighting chickens and during tho evening
a novelty chicken fight will be given.
Baggy Itubin plays tho band. The dance
hall will b decorated representing an
old farm house scene.
Wo wish to thank our many kind
friends, also A. O. V. W., No. C6; 1. O. V.
lodge. No. 20: employes ot tho Omaha
Ulectrlc Light and Power company. Bock
Islands lines. South Omaha ottlce; Booth
Fisheries ccmpany, for their beautiful
floral offerings and kindness shown dur
ing the sickness and death of our beloved
husband, father and brother. Sirs. Adolph
illoomqulst and family.
AGAINST FARE CUT
At a Joint meeting of the Deer.JPark
and Blvervlew Improvements clubs the
following resolution was passed:
Whereas, Our attention has been called'
to the fact that a certain element has
inaUgi rated a movement making It com-,
pulsory on the part of the street railway
company to issue seven fares for a
Whoreas, Wo believe, after careful con
sideration, that this would be detri
mental to the best interests of the city of
Omaha and Its suburbs, becauso of the
fact that It would be a drawback and a
.hindrance to. the much Jiaeded extension
of lines; therefore, bo it
' Resolved, That we, as a- united' body,
representing the best Interests of tho
south end of tho city of Omaha and or-,
ganlzed under the names of Rlvervlew
and Deer Park Improvements clubs, do
hereby protest against any proposed
change In- tho present rates because of
the facts set out as above.
nilllonsiiesa nnft Constipation Cnreil
If you are evor troubled with bilious
ness'or constipation you will bo Interested
in the statement of R. F. Erwln, Peru.
Ind. "A year ago last winter I had an
attack of constipation. Seeing Chamber
lain's Tablets so highly recommended, I
bought a bottle of them and they helped
me right away." For sale by all dealers,
NEW MEMBER OF THE BOARD
pointed to servo at the Central High
Upon tho recommendation of tho urln
clpal the- following supplies wcro ordered
purchased for the central High school:
Six boxes ot cough drops, three rolls
medicated cotton, six rolls ndheslvo plas
ter, two dozen gaute bandages, ono dozen
tlsterlnes, ono dozen witch hazels and
STATE FIRE INSURANCE CO.
HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING
The annual meeting or tho stockholders
ot the State Flro Insurance Company of
Nebraska was hold nt tho company's of-
.flees In the Omaha National Bank build-
jlng this morning. Tho company reports
I a prosperous yrnr and shows a material
I gain in as.cts and surplus. Tho nut plus
of the company to policy holders now
0. V. Warfield is
Made New Member
Board of Education
By a vote of six to five, C. V. Warfield.
a grocer, was elected to membership on
tho Board at Kducatlon last night. Jo
seph Colwcll received flvo votes. War
field succeeds J. L. Jacobson, resigned,
who represented the Sixth ward.
Two now teachers were elected one,
Robert Gait, to assist F. W. Bason at
tho Fort Special School for Boys, and
the other, James Drummond, to teach in
tho Omaha High School of Commerce.
Another room was rented for the use
ot the commerce school. Flvo rooms out
sldo tho school building are. now In uso
by this school.
Cadet officers were given permission
to organize and give their annhal en
tertainment, providing the profcoda. of the
entertainment wero turned over Uo the
cadet fund.. This action followed tho
recommendation of tho teachers' commit
tee, of which Dr. J. J. Foster Is chair
man. Upon recommendation of the attorney
the board placed the claim ot C. E. Ray
mond for damages becauso his small son,
Ray, fell from a wagon In tho employ
ot tho Board ot Education was placed on
Tho attorney recommended that the
treasurer's bond of $100,000 bo reduced to
300,000. saving an annual premium of
5GO0 and still coming within the statute.
The recommendation was adopted.
Provision was made for sending a man
ual training exhibit to tho Panama ex
position in San Francisco in 1915.
A new assistant Janitor will bo ap-
'Am. "ni Zim Ridinj Car InflttVfori(T M)i
NssW .Rai h
Eat Less Meat and Take Salts,.
if Kidneys Ache or Back Hurts
Says Bladder irritation or
Rheumatism means Kidneys
aren't straining out uric acid.
Meat forms urio acid, which excites and
overworks the kidneys In. their efforts to
filter It from the system. Regular eaters'
of meat must flush the kidneys occa
sionally. Tou must relieve them like yoa
relieve your bowels; removing all the
acids, waste and poison, else you feel a
dull misery In the klduey region, sharp
pains In the back or sick headache, diz
ziness, your stomach sours, tongue 1
coated and when the weather Is bad you
have rhcumatle twinges. The urine Is
cloudy, full of sediment; the channels
often irritated, obliging you to get up
two or three times during the night.
To neutralize these Irritating acids and
flush the body's urinous waste, get about
four ounces of Jad Salts from any phar
macy; take a taUespoonful in a glass
of water before, breakfast for a few
days and your kidneys will then act fine
and bladder disorders disappear. This
famous salts Is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon Juice, combined with
Uthla, and has been used f.r generations
to clean and stimulate sluggish kidneys
and stop bladder Irritation. Jad Salt Is
inexpensive: harmless and makes a de
lightful effervescent llthlln-water drink,
which millions of men and women take
now and then, thus avoiding serious kid
ney and bladder diseases. Advertisement.
Dut you want tho angina
coolod properly when you'ro
running nl high Hpcod or
when tho car 1b Btandlng
Tho radiator should bo of
amplo capacity and the con
nections largo and froo from
The pump should bo do
pendablo and of a capacity
suited to tho circulating uyg
tern. Tho water spaces in tho
rylindors should bo well
proportioned froo from ob
8tructionsi cover tho" surface
thoroughly and 'tho walls
should bo of uniform thick
ness. Look carefully to this foa
turo of cooling.
In ono car (name abovo)
tho cooling system is dependable.
This is one of a scrlea of
tullm on how to buy an auto
mobile. The complete serlos,
containing a wealth cf valu
able Information, may bo had
in booklet form by asking
Marion Automobile Co.
2101-2103 Farnani Street.
C. W. McDonald, Mgr.
amounts to MK.SOMt. The following of
ficers were elected: A. J. Iovp, presi
dent; C. F. JlcGrew. vice president; W.
11. Ahmanson, secretary nnad treasurer;
K. lv. Howell, (.sslstant secretary.
Directors: J. C. Co win, C. F. Metlrew,
John B. Brady. I M. Jveene, A, J. Ixve,-
Frank T. Hamilton. 15. K. Howell, O. W.
Palm and Morris I-evy.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE TO
PROTEST BLOOM'S LICENSE
A protest will bo made by the Antl
Haloon league against the Issuing ot a
license to Joe Bloom to operato a saloon
nt 1KB North Twenty-fourth street. Bloom
Is among those against whom the lenguo
secured evidence an having sold liquor
In Molatlon of the 8 o'clock closing law.
So he did not apply for a ,rnewt of hM
license when Most of tho licenses we -o
Instead, his tathcr-ln-lnw. Albert V
Oilman, applied for a license to operate
this saloon. He was rofused a license
Now that he has been refused Bloom
comes In and asks for a renewal of hi'
own license. Tho league wilt file a pro
Key to the Sltuatlon-bce Advertising
For October, 1900, wc got out a particularly good number of The
Munscy. I said so on the cover a plain, matter-of-fact, signed
statement that it was the best number wc had ever issued.
Such an innovation, such a shocking disregard of number makes the other one look small and indif-
conventionality, was intolerable in the eyes of the fcrent. That number had 160 pages; this one has
newspaper paragraphcrs. I bore' up tolerably well 234 pages. That number cost to go to press $5000;
under the criticism, however, and the magazine this one cost $20,000. That number contained short
itself struggled along with its increased sale of instalments of two serial stories; this one contains,
over a hundred thousand copies on that number in the place of these serials, a full-length $1.50
alone. book novel, published complete in one issue. That
Now we have in the February Munsey another number had some gpod articles; this one has a
"best number we have ever issued." Dut this best whaling lot of them. Here they arc:
THE CZAR AND HIS FAMILY Winthrop Diddle
THE POSTER CAMPAIGN AGAINST ALCOHOL . . Michael Callahan
THE SHOP Frank A. Munsey
A FERVID VISION OF AMERICA ......... Francis Gricrson
CHILDREN IN PAINTINGS Clayton Hamilton
WHERE THE THEATRE FALLS SHORT Drnndcr Matthewo
THE SENSES AND MODERN LIFE' Sir Gilbert Parker
OUR FIFTEEN YEARS WORK IN THE PHILIPPINES, Dean C. Worcester
THE COLOSSAL GROWTH OF THE'SAVINGS-DANK, Isaac F. Marcosson
DRY-CLEANING THE DRAMA . Burns Mantle
IMPERISHABLE FICTION Richard LcGalllenne
6 Short Stories : 17 Poems : 100 Illustrations
And a rattling good novel by FRANK L. PACKARD, entitled
The Miracle Man
In book form this novel will cost you $1.50 ; in the February Munsey it will
cost you 15 cents. And it is published In The Munsey first. Tho nublication of
a complete book-length $1.50 novel in each issue of The Munsey is its great new
distinguishing feature. No other standard, illustrated magazine does this , no other
has ever attempted it.
On All News-stands, 15 Cents Or by the Year l $1.50
FRANK A. MUNSEY : : NEW YORK
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the whole winter through, coupled with a genial
semi-tropical climate, sire features in the popularity
New Orleans enjoys as a winter resort, although they
are but incidental to Its many allurement to both the
casual and the long-term visitor. It has its old French and
Spanish sections, teeming with reflections of
A Past Foreign Epoph
of much grandeur, quaint little shops having wares with an
individuality, fascinating architectural types that hold one's
attention, and at every turn examples or evidences of
fanners and customs peculiar to the section. It also has its
modern section, la which are portrayed the prosperity and
Beauties of the Modern Days
la Its palatial homes aid settings of sem!-ttoplad foliage and .flowert, Ita
p&rki and Ita public loatitutlosa. Thcathera la ita btudnot aettian, with
Ita all mint atorca In which waits can be purchaard not to be found tlacwhtie
ta the country i aJto ita Bunantile caUbUahocnta, and the external
evidences of Ita mighty rlTer traffic. Again, there at. Ita famoua
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111 Famous Carnival Season
UJ ending, for 1014. In Maxdt Graa Day. Feb. 34th.
W Nw Orleans ta slao the gateway to the Weat ladle. Panama and
Central America, with adeoaale rexular ateamahln arnica thrta. iiul.
daring the preeeai eeeaoa, with httfh.chu Special Winter Orelaaa from that
art, rii : rl United Fruit Co'i tteimtre lo Caba, Jamaica , Coeta Rica and Panama.
Jan. Uth and 29th, Feb. 7th and 25th.
Sec Uardl Graa date in connection with one of theae Special Crulaea. Send for
hookas "Near Orleans for the TotuJat." ! Panama tor the Tpurltand take the
"Panama Limited" or "New OrieaM foedar from Chicago to New Orleans, Ira ring
Chicago at CJa p.m. aid B.10 a.m.. and St. Lonla It JO p.nu and UtO p-m.. reapecthrtly.
& NORTH, Diitrld ruv Atnt,
407 jmlt ink Bmd, Oauao. N.
$6,000 Cash and Premiums
To women, and to chlldrtyi umler 15 your of brc, a DHTItOlTKlt TOURING OAIt. To children exclusively, A PONV, CAHT AND
1IAKNESS; 5 PIANOS; 1 DIAMOND IUNOB; 4 lmndsomo TOILET SKTS; 4 dainty IiAVALLIKItS. To the younix women in tho ouUldo
towns ortfanlzcd, A FItliK TIU1 TO CHICAGO.
$1,000 TO ORGANIZATIONS Divided Into Two Premiums: 1st Premium, $750; 2d Premium $250
PATRONIZE THESE DEALERS
M. & M. Voting Coupons, issued by tho merchants whoso namon appear in this Hut nro good for votes in Tho Omaha'a Deo'a M. & M.
IG.000 Voting Contest. Tho dealers hero named are authorized by TJio Boo to issue those. couponB on everything Bold in tholr stores at
tho rate of ONE VOTE for each cont cash purchaso nt tho counter. Ask for your M. & M. voting coupons insist on tho coupons when
you sottio your account. Bring the coupons to Tho Boo Contobt Depnrttnont nt least onco a week and got for them a voting ballot. Tho
list of merchants, lino and location of business follow. ASK YOUIt DKALKK FOIt DUE BILLS.
Vinton & Workinnn.
K. O. Whipple.
Ited CroHn Drug Co.
CLOTHIWO. SHOES, rUBKISK-
Ilamilton & Matthews.
J. n. Johnson.
C, S. Nowmeyer.
O. B. Cleveland.
Httrry A. Martin.
IitmHER. OOAX AXB STARK
J. Bhumway & Bon.
D, Maloney & Son.
Tho T. O. Northwnll Co.. 912 Jonea
Arthur Storz Auto Supply Co,, 2020
Myers Bakery, S202 Farnam.
Tho C, W. Hull Co.
Pastlmo 1'leaHUro and Umicln
Ciub. DourIus Auditorium.
Every Thursday ovcnlng.
Alamito Sanitary Dulry. 1812 Far
nnlrd I'liarmacy, 17th & Douglan.
Uoldman Pharmacy, 2ttli & Leu-
Killers Pharmacy, 28th & I.eaven-
Knnmin Hill Pharmacy, 2C24 Far
nani. lteevpti Druff Co., 38Ui Ave. &
J. H. Srhmldt. 21th & Cumlnff. .
Heller Drue Co., 21.1 N. 36th.
Schneror'H Cut Prlco Drug Store,
324 N. ICtli.
Aduns-HalKht Urut; Co., 24tli &
Adams-IIalKht Druu Co.. 24th &
Dutulen I'liarmacy, BOth & Under
n. Kulokofrky, 2404-6 Ames.
Flodman Uroa.. 40th & Cuming.
F. A Fialz. 2025 Sherman Ave.
K. It. PankratK & 8on, 3908 N. 2lth
J. llerkowitz. 1602 N. 24th.
Klmcr Anderson, 3024 Leaven
worth. J. AdelHon, 2735 Davenport.
John Wlsler, 48th & Leavenworth.
Hteln nroH.. 4002 Hamilton.
Louis Korniner, 49th & Podgo,
Chan. V, Shaw Co.. 1331 Park Ave.
P. Sherman. 3S01 N. 30th,
Geo. Itoas. 24th & Maple,
ltoxenbliini Ilros., 10.1-5 N. 40th.
H Harlmian, 2802 Sherman Ave,
Heed Rros., 2233 Loavonworth.
T.'ie McCoy Grocery Co., 2231 Mill.
P. F. Kelly. 6720 N. 24th.
Tom Johnson. 20th & Lake,
llohbs & sharer. 24th and Wirt.
Ham Flnkensteln. 2002-4-6 N. 2Cth.
Tuohman Uros., 18th & Chicago.
Turhmnn Uros.. 24tli & California
Tuchmun Uros.. 2Bth & Davenport
Louis Xlnv, 3326 California.
nurnett Hardware Co., 1613 Har
Aaron's Gift Simp, IStli & Parnam.
Knnparelt Laundry Co.. 1708
Vinton. Twenty votes for each
one cent. I
MEATS AMD PROVISIONS.
Fred Ilouner.s Provision Co.. 2221
Fred lionnese Provlalon Co.. COS
Orkln Ilros., 16th & Harney.
Schmoller & Mueller, 1311.13 Far-
The Ilevn Hluio lr.th Howard.
Townsend Oun Co.. Uli'l'ariiam.
SHOES, rURNISHINQB AND
Wm. Vasak, 1254 H. ISth.
MocCrthy-WllHon Tallorlnjr Co.,
304-6 S. 1 6th St.
BAILORS, CLEANERS. DYERS.
Drcsher Bros., 3211-13 Famam St.
Tho Pastlmo Theater, 21th Jt
flubu.-oan Theater, 4418 N. 24th.
Tho Oem. 1208 S. 13th.
Apollo Theater. 2th & Leaven
worth. Cluno's Theater. 2566 Farnam.
Lyrlo Theater, 17th nnd Vinton.
Star Theator, 1814 N. 24th St.
The flve-cont thcuters will give
60 votes on each admission.
A. Blake, Homo Bakery, 432 N,
CLEANERS AND DYERS.
The C, W. Hull Co.
I'torrest & Meony Drug Co., 401 N.
DRY OOODS, BOOTS. SHOES
AND TURNTSKZNO OOODS.
Vacok Dept. Store. 312 N. 24th.
riVE. TEN AND TWENTY-PXVE
MokIo City 6. 10 and 25-cent Store.
195 N. 24th.
GROCER EDS. MEATS AND PRO
VISIONS. United Provision Stores, 318 N.
O. K, Hardwarn Co.. 416 N. 24th,
Jacobson Sc Furnn. 3404 N.
Miss IC A. Ilyan. 619 N. 24th. 10
votes ror each 1 cent for next 30
days only. Cash purchase.
MOVINO picture theater.
Nonpareil Laundry Co.
OOODS AND HATS.
Joe Smith & Co.
10 votes for each one rent
Cash purchase. 30 days only.
Council Blurts Coal & Ico Co.
Wst Knd Pharmacy, 32d and
DRUGS. PAINTS, GLASS.
Geo. H, Davis, 200 Broadway,
John MrSorley, 806 Main St.
I). AW Whitehead. 2016 6th Ave.
OROCERIES AND MEATS,
I A. aillnsky. 3141 Broadway.
Julius Keppuer. 1102 Sth Ave.
Star Grocery, 2227 W. Broadway.
C. II. Ihiber. 112 II Broadway,
0. C. Horenscn. 28 16th Ave
GROCERIES, MEATS AND PEED
Blche & Seeley, 1C01 West Broad
way. GROCERIES. MEAT. DRY
OOODS AND NOTIONS.
1. M. Nelson. 603-605 N. 18th St.
P. C. Do Vol Hardware Co., SOI
Kaclo Laundry, 718 W. nroadway.
Save laundry slips, 20 votes for
each one- cent.
The Cyelery, 317 Broadway
PICTURES AND ART OOODS,
II. Borwlck. 209 H. Main,
FAINTS AND WALL PAPER.
II. BorwickV209 8. Main.
The Nicholas, 647 Broadway,
Kllto No. 1. 641 Broadway.
KUto No. 2. 546 Broadway.
a A. Itltey. 317 H II roadway.
VEHICLES, WAGOKS, XICPLB
Marvin C. Van Dorveer, 12.24
Laustrup Plano Co., 340 W, Broad
way. SHOE RSPAZRINO.
Friedman Bros.. 9 H. Main.
Hamilton Shoo Store, 412 Broad
10 votes for each one -cent.
Cash purchaso. 30 (lays only.
Mlnne-Lusa Lumber Co.
SHOES, PURNZSKINa AND
Larson & Effenborger.
AUTOMOBILE AND PARK
John C. Webber,
J. W. llulton.
Ed Matthlesen. ,
Farnhum St Son.
Tim Dee Hive.
l'LOUR. PEED AND COAL,
J. (i Long.
J. Mueller's Grocery.
Tho Arndt Hurdwnro Co.
CLOTHINO AND OBNTS'
Kavlch & Wllshbo.
N. M. Hansen.
CLOTHING AND SHOES.
Wick tho Clothier.
W. W. Roberts Pharmacy.
C. W. Foro.
8, P. Person.
, , m NEWSPAPER.
BAKERY, CANDY. CIGARS AND
Swanbom & Hult. i
CLOTHINO AND PURNZSHZNO.
T. St. Martin & Co.
Anderson fc Thqrsen.
LUMBER, COAL ANn BUILDING
D. B. Phelps. Lumber & Coat Co.
MEATS AND PROVISIONS
J. F. Gross
MOVINO PICTURE THEATER.
Do you know that tho big M. & M. Contest is now fairly started?
No better tlmo to nominate yourself or friend than now. Bend' In
the blank today. Room Ilea Bldg., Phono 8110 Douglas,
(Woman or Child)
Good 'for 3,000 Freo Votes. WOOD & COLDRBN, Contest Mgrs.
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