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THH BKE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. AUGUST 18. 1014.
HE usual custom of throwing a new bridegroom Into Carter lake
Twtt not applied to William R. Young by campers at the Young
Men' Christian association park Saturday.
Miss Fearl E. Roberts and Mr. Young were quietly married
that evening at the summer cottage of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Roberts. Then the young couple, taking care that other residents
of the park did not learn of the unexpected ceremony, came to Omaha in
an auto and Immediately left on their honeymoon trip to Kstes Tark.
Rev. Leonard Grob, pastor of St. Mark's huthern church, officiated
at the wedding, which was witnessed by relatives of the bride and groom.
They will be at home at the association park on Carter lake after
At Carter Lake Club.
Mm. K. If. Ward rnterlslned at a
children's party at Carter I-ake club
Ksturdsy afternoon In honor of her son,
Marvin. The afternoon waa spent In
swimming and roller skating Thoae
Little MIsws Little Misses
Iorothv Shepherd, Sue Harris.
Marie Kenney, Hertha lt-jterts.
John Kenney. Karl Hall.
AVIIbur KVIeen. Marvin Ward.
Forty-five members of the Carter
Ijake Tennis club dined tnitether
at the club Saturday evening. Others
entertaining were Mr. and Mrs. W. P.
ICck, who had Mr. and Mrs. r. Springer
of Chicago s their guests; E. Ij. Bchlerht,
who entertained four guests; Miss Marls
Klrhardaon. fix; Fred Hadra. ten; J. A.
Woodman, three; J. V. Updahl, nine; ,MIs
Jean McCormlck, six; Mrs. A K. Tousaltn.
six; H. tl. lxiane. two; B. Axford. three;
H. 1). Her, two; C. P. Hayes, two; Miss
Nellie llrennan. five; C. F. Fanning, two;
Sol B. GoldHlrom, six; W. It. Mould. Jr..
three; Mrs. E. A. Ti-gau. four; K. H.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Korenson enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Oood at dinner
at their cotlsge. Mr. Vlnrent llacall had
as his guest Mr. A. W. Jefferls.
MIm Ulllnn Welsa entertslned at a
awimmlng rarty and dinner in honor of
Miss Vivian Iteese of St. Louis Sunday
evening. Those present were:
It. C. Heed, R Weiss. .
Vivian Heeae. Lillian Plcltmsn,
Clert rude Read, Klranor Hickman,
Bsdle Weiss, Ulllari Welas.
Others enlertslnlng at dinner flundsy
evening were Alex, Jetes, who had seven
teen guests; W. H. Porranea, eleven; F.
T. Mason, four; W. M. Wharton, two; E.
It. Ward, six; J. M. I-each, four; A. F.
Rlehey, six; E. F. Jewell, three; J. F.
Jiltsel, six; Pr. Grant Williams, four; Ed
ward gchlecht, four; A. J. Oosnard, six;
C. H. Isard, four: C. E. Fanning, two;
Vincent Hascall, two; Orant Peters, two;
A. J. Jackson, four; Kenneth Hatch,
two; V. pierman, two; Henry Keating,
six; George Victor, four; M. Harris,
two: A. F. Bloom, two; Madeline Bock,
two; Ella J. Brown, two; A. I Newell,
six; W. C. Karbach, two; F. Ij. Weaver,
three; Gladys Mason, seven; C. I Moulin,
three; W. II. Gould, five; Olenn Paxton,
two; Fred Hadra, eleven; Otto Nlelson,
two; Ray Burns, two; J. F. Alperson,
Dei Moinei Tournament.
Miss Mary Penman of Pes Moines, who
recently won In ths tennis doubles In the
tournament hold in Pes Molnss, with Ar
thur Scrtbner of Omaha, has also won ths
Iowa championship In singles for women.
Sh won easily, tha score being t-i. (-3.
Miss Penman ha many friends In
Omaha where she has visited Miss
KT.sabeth Pickens, ths Misses Da via
and Miss Louis Pining.
At the Field Club
Sunday evening P. P. Benedict had twsj
guests dining at tha club; P. C. Hyson,
two; A. H Fetters, six; R. II. Manley,
four; C. K. Penmun, two; J. B. Porter,
two; F. E. Pearce, six; R. K. Brown,
(our; L. H. Prlshaus, two; Simeon Jones,
four: A. P. Smith, four; H. A. Cameron,
two; (I. T. Starr, four; B. M. Slater, two;
Albert Cahn. two; J. A. Rtne, five; 1L B.
Morrill, seven; P. L. Tuhbs, three.; A.
Cahn, Jr , two; W. M. Chambers, two;
W. H. Murray, two; J. R. McDonald, two;
U. V. Johnson, three; W. E. Msloney,
two: C. A. Goss, five; A. Palley, two; C.
A. Thomas, three; Gould Plrts, four.
At Hiddt Hollow.
Entertaining at Happy Hollow Sunday
venlng were W. G. Silver, who had cov
ers placed for two gueats; W. J. Culley,
four; J. Burness, two; p. Williams, two;
E. F. Folsom, three; E. C. Oelbler, three;
F. J. Norton, five; H. II. Fuller, two; A.
U. Howard, two; G. Vpdlke, two; G. M.
Purkea,' six: O. B. Aldous, four: H. O.
Loomta. four; I. I Frenc h, five; K. T.
Manning, four; II. O. Brown, four; W.
B. Whitehorn. two; K. Reed, two; N..C.
Leary. two: M. F. Enrleman, two; L. 8.
MoConnell, three; Lloyd Smith, four; W.
U. Rosa, three; A. L. Loonals, two.
Mrs. S. R. Rush entertained' elcrt
guests at a luncheon today at ths club.
Mr. and Mra Louis Roeenblum an
nounce tha marriage of their daughter,
Fannie, and Mr. Morris Chipkln, which
waa oelebrated Sunday afteroon at I
o'clock. Rabbi 11. Urodlneky officiating.
Tha ceremony was performed in the
presence of Immediate relatives of the
family. After a, southern .wedding trio
the young people will be at home In
Omaha. ' 1 V ' - '
At the Country Club.
Pr. Leroy Crummer will entertain at
dinner at the Country club Saturday
Among those having guests at the club
Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Peters.,
who had covers placed for. ten; T. L.
Pavls, six; Louis Clarke, four', J. De
Foreat I tic hards, four I. W. Gardner,
three; F. W. Clarke, two; J. II. Butler,
two; F. A. Bros an, four; Be a Cotton,
tour; George I'rins, four.
Summer Plant '
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Stollenberg left last
venlng (or Indianapolis to visit Mr. and
Mrs. A- S. X'ost, formerly of this city.
From there they will go to ' Rochester.
N. Y.. to visit Mr. August BuchhoU.
unci of Mrs. Stoltenberg. Enroule they
will stop 1st Washington, Baltimore. I'hll
tdelphia. New York. Cl'y and Buffalo.
Mr. Jerome Heya will leave today for
t vUlt of a few weeks In Ietrolt.
Mr. and Mrs. II. G. I'nversavt left
yesterday for a motor trip to Lake Mln
i t tonka. They wilt be awsy for two or
J.ree weeks. ,
Returning from London.
Word has been received that Mr. Harold
Thompson has arrived in Quebec from
Loadua. It la thought that Pr. Louis
Monday, August 17, 1914.
Bushman, who aicomps tiled Mr. Thomp
son shroH'l, was on thn same steamer,
snd alo Mrs. A. V. Klnsler, Mls Until
Kinslrr snd Miss Msry Munclihoff.
Mr. and Mr. H. A. Jacohhfrger enter
tslned Sundsy for Miss Efflo Hanson
and Mr. Will Chuda, whosn engagement
has recently been announced. Covers
were placed for seven.
At Fontenelle Park.
Mrs. J. A. Pearson entertslned at a
wiener roast st the park yesterday. Cov
era were placed for twenty.
Miss Helen Elliott has returned to her
homo after six months' visit on a farm
at A Hon, la.
Mr. snd Mrs. fllrhnrd Burnell enlrr-tiitm-d
at dinner Saturday. Covers were
Inid for Albert Johnson, Fredrlch Carl
son, Otto Maxell. Carl Maxell, Mrs. C. F,
Juhnron, Chsncey Jnhr.snn, Miss Irene
Hurneil, Miss Edna Ilurnell, Thomas Bur
nell, Clarence Johnson.
In and Out of the Bee Hive.
Mr and Mrs. U. II. Butler are taking
an extended trip through the east. They
are vlsillng relatives In Linn Center, III.
They expect to stop at Chicago and Kldun,
la., before returning home.
Mr. and Mrs. Al Falrbrother of 441(1
Ames avenue are trsvellng through the
west. At present they are in California
and are not expected home before Octo
ber. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Carey and son,
Robert, are srendlng a few days In Kan
sas City snd Excelsior Springs.
Mr. snd Mrs. Tom H. Kelly left Satur
day evening for a two weeks' trip to
Colorsdo. They will make, an auto trip
to Platte canyon.
Mr. I.eo Rosenthal and daughter Louise
have gone for a ten days' trip to Chicago,
Payton and New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Arnold have re
turned from a fortnight's visit In Chicago.
Miss Jean Wallace has gone to Minne
apolis where she will visit Mrs. L. C.
Condlt for two weeks.
A son was born on Sunday to Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis C. fiholes.
Peace in Mexico is
Up to the Eebels
"Pet.ce In Mexico depends now upon
the action of General Obregon and hisj
constitutionalist army In their occupation i
federal sympathisers." said Major J. H.
Swltser, Fourth United States Infantry,
who has Just returned from duty with
his regiment In Vera Cms, Mexico. "The
federals have marched out of the city
and are awaiting the constitutionalists'
"Their custom has bien to ahoot all
followers of the federal cause, and If they
do this In their occupation of the city,
war will be declared at once by ths fed
eral forces. However, It Is believed that
pardon will be granted all the com
batants and peace assured thereby.
"The United States troops are expecting
dally to hear that all troubles are settled
and that they will have orders to return
home In three weeks."
State Corn Crop is
in Good Condition
Railroad crop reports received at Bur
lington and I'nlon Pacific headquarters
Indicato an excellent condition In tho
eastern part of the stale and a fulr one
In the west.
Rainfall around Grand Island last week
was of almost Incalculable value to the
An apple crop of fair slxe Is looked for
The various agents report thst Ne
braaka soil, generally la In fine working
condition for fall plowing.
Lorenzo V. Morse
Dies at Seattle
Word has reached Omuha of the death
of Lorenio Virgil Morse at Seattle, Satur
day evening. He was the father of Mrs.
Frank J. Hoel and Miss Kutlierlue Morse,
both of Omaha.
Deceased left Omaha eight years ago
for tho coast country !iere he had since
been located. At one time he owned
considerable real estutn In Omaha and
was vngsged in handling local piopertte.
Mr. Morse waa a native of Massachu
setts, and besides hU two daughters here.
Is survived by his second wife.
NEW ISSUE OF BONDS
Members of the Hoard of Education
met with the buildings and grounds com
mittee and arranged the details of a
l.r'jJ.0O0 bond Issue which will be submit
ted to the people this fall. The Issue may
be formally authorised at the meeting of
tha board tonight.
The proposition will be divided Into
three requests, one for bonds for the
graded schools, another for a commercial
h'gh school and the third for a technical
WESTERN UNION PUTS
CRIMP IN A. D. T. TEAM
.The Western Union defeated the Aineil
kii llstrlt Telegraph In an exciting ten
Inning game by the score of 11 to 10. The
features of tha game were the heavy hit
ting of Joe Kuklln for the Western Union
and tne playing of "Fatty" Wolf for the
American L'lslrlit Telegraph.
p . )
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Pinner Gown In Black Satin and White
Messallne The waist and underskirt are
of white inesnallne. The ovorsklrt, which
Is of black satin luis a deep flounce, high
In front and sloping toward the back.
The buck la full and ends In a pointed
Omahans in Europe
Heard From, Others
Expected Home Soon
"Safe at Naples; sail soon,"' Is the re
assuring word Just received from Mr. and
Mrs. Edwin II. Lulkart of the Lion Bond
ing compsny lrr a cablegram to Henry
Haubens of that firm. In the confusion
prevailing ' over all wire' service because
of the war the mesmtKo wus badly tan
gled, but Its wording t- that effect has
been deciphered by Omuha telegraph
men. Even the name of the sender was
somewhat uncertain when received.
Mr. snd Mrs. Alex Flcke were lsst
heard from on the steamer France, which
was waiting at Havre for permission to
sail. According to word received here, it
sailed Saturday. The Flckes had bookings
first on tha Imperatur, which was com
ma ndenreu by the German government.
In addition to the Royal George, which
curries the A. C. Smith family of Omaha,
other Omahiuis are thouKht to be on tho
high seas now, aboard the Baltic, which
left Liverpool Thursduy. The George H.
Kelly party and the Mcrrlams have book
ings on the Franconla, which sails Thurs
Mrs. Ruth I'uulln Kldrege of Omaha
may be a passenger on the Tunisian
which has docked. Mrs. Hogan, a rela
tive, asked Ijocal Agent W. E. Bock of
tho steamship company, and he has
wired to get a complete list of Omahans
on thu vessel.
CONTRACT LET TO REPAIR
BOILERS AT THE CITY HALL
City commissioners, in committee of the
whole, have recommended that tho con
tract for repairing city hall boilers at a
cost of $S.iT. be let to the Wilson Steam
Heating company, which put In a big at
that figure. No other bids were received.
The proposition of The Hee Building
company was placed on file. This propo
sition was to heat the city hall from the
Hee building at an annual coat which, on
Its face, would represent a considerable
saving to the taxpayers.
The repairs to be made will be of a
temporary nature, and will last through
one winter. One of the three bollt-rs is
btyond repair, said Commissioner Wlth
nell. Commissioner J. J. Ryder said It looked
like a waste of money to repair boilers
In the condition of the city hall boilers.
STOLEN PLUMBING FOUND IN
WARREN HANLEY'S HOME
numbing apparatus to the amount of
$'i0 was recovered when the home of
Warren Ilamiley waa searched by apeclal
officers for stolen goods The articles
were stolen from the Standard Plumbing
company, 10& Jackson street. Th of
ficers found the goods at Twenty-eighth
ar.d Ulnney atreets, directly across the
street from the building from which the
tools were taken, llandley i held on the
charge of grand larceny.
DADS UNDECIDED ABOUT
REMODELING OLD JAIL
Whether the count v tail should b r.
modeled at a cunt of tf.OOO Is a question
ths city council has bevn unable to de-
elite ana the matter has been referred
to the supcrtntmdent of tha police
l.ula la is., alwt-leet
If you want to know n advance what
pictures are coins; to be shown at your
favorite theater tonlaht read "Todays
Complete Movie Program" on tne (tret
want ad pa(s. Complete profratna ot
practically every moving picture theatei
In Omaha appear tXCLt'bl VtUV. la
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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Have oot Flint It Now Beacon Tresa
Xilfe Monthly Znoome Gould. Bee Bldg.
Fidelity Storags aad Taa Co. Doug. IBIS.
Jsf f W. Bedford for state senate. Adv.
Llfhtlag riatnrss Burgess-Uranden
Thomas W. Blackbura (or Congress-
Tor Conaty Trsasnrsr. W. G. Cre. He
Is now treasurer. Advertisement.
Tote (or D. F. Blish, reepubllcan can
didate for state representative. Not on
sny slate. Adv.
Traak A. Xsiinedy, republican candi
date for flatj- senator, twenty-eight years
in Omaha. Advertfsement.
KepnbUcans, Attsatlop G. A. Eckles
for police Judge; has had no office; seeks
nomination Ad vertlsejnent.
.bonis D. Hopkins, repub:tran randtdats
for county clerk, asks your support at
the polls, August IS. Advertisement.
Tote (or Daniel Hannoa, democratic
candidate for state senator. Twenty-six
years In South Onvilia. Advertisement.
Bantsnced (or Abusing Family J. R
Predln, 34:6 Patrick nvenue, was given
thirty days In police court for 111 treating
and ahtiKing his family.
"Today's Complete Koto . jProf-ram"
may be found on the first page of the
classified section todiy, and appears in
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the various moving picture theaters offer.
Burglars gteenre Tobacco Burglars
entered the store of M. J. Hynek at 1063
Vinton street, through the rear window
Sunday evening and made away with $.18
worth of tobacco.
ass (or Rent Suit af?almt Wil
Hnm J. Coad, the lawyer, hss been
brought in district court by Ella M.
Chumlea for $712 alleged duo for rent
for the dwelling at 2i2 South Thirty-seventh
Ziooinls Bstnrns General Solicitor N.
IL Loomls cf the I'nlon Pacific Is back
from Salt Luke City, where he has been
conferring with other officials of the rnll
road in connection with the new depot at
Enters House Through Bassmsnt A
burglar gained entrance to the home of
Orvlll Krauae, MOii North Forty-first
street, through the basement Sunday aft
ernoon while the family was away and
stole 111 in cunh.
To Bun Colonist Trains Effective
September 24, until October 8, the Union
Pacific will establish colonist rates to the
coast. This year special trains will be
unci for the colonists Insteud of special
coaches as heretofore.
Steamers Bssame Bohedulo An an
nouncement Is made by the International
Mercantile Marine, controlling five steam
ship lines on the Atlantic, that from now
on most of their boats will sail upon
schedule time as heretofore.
To Ban Three Spso.al TrainsThe
Burlington will run three special trains
August 27, one each from Omaha. Lin
coln and Hastings, to accommodate the
Nebraska National guard, which will
mobollze at Ashland for the annual tar
Injured by Motorcycle Maria Cozobbo
of 1201 South Thirteenth street was
knocked down and her left eye severely
rut when J. C. Avery living at 1710 South
Twenty-sixth street ran Into her with a
motorcycle at Eleventh and Jackson
streets. Avery was detained In the police
station on the charge of speeding and
Food Prices Tumble
FVinilxtnff nrlces have, taken a marked
tumble since tho opening of the(- govern
ment investigation. United States At
torney F. 8. Howell is dally receiving
reports made by special Investigators
frcm the attorney general s office, who
ure In Omaha looking Into the mutter.
Prices of meats, vegetables and eutablem
r the first to be nrobed. and after
wards other articles thst have gone up
for apparently no reason will be looked
Mr. Howell says the crusade Is to be
a. determined one, and that if reports of
tha Investigators warrant, prosecution
will In all probability follow.
Dads Pass Revised
City commissioners, In committee of
the whole, have recommended the passage
of the revised building ordinance without
further amendment. Attorney James
Connolly, for the contractors, asked that
an amendment be made fixing the
'ground area'' for buildings of 800 square
foet as the "cellar area," but, as about
all of the other requests of contractors
had been granted, this was refused.
As It stands tha ordinance permits the
construction of small houses wlthVlght
inch foundation walls Instead of twelve
Inch walls, as at first required.
If. P. Ilaae for Sheriff.
The Douglas County Republican league
appeals to all republicans to vote for
Captain H. P. Haze for sheriff. He is
on no slate; if nominated he ran be
E. T. MOREARTY. President.
I . V. GL'YK. Secretary Advertisement
WOMEN AGAINST THOSE WHO
ARE OPPOSED TO SUFFRAGE
WASHINGTON, Aug., 17. Dtfcat of
candidates for congrcis who oppose wo
man suffrage Is tiie object of a confer
ence to be held at Newport. K. I . August
2) and Si), under the auaplcea of the Con
gressional Union for Woman suffrage.
The union announced today that a list
of candidate for congress marked for
defeat Is being prepared.
Ta Brat Pala Killer.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve when applied to
a cut. bruise, burn, scald, etc., removes
the Pain; get a box. Xc. All druggists.
Do Not Fail
My I'nusuaJ Offer wlUch will
appear In all next Sunday's pa
pers under the Ileal Katate
Columns. It will be of Interest
to investors, renters and those
vtlio think of buying home.
F. S. Trullinger
1UIIJF.R OP WKI.I, 1111 LT
IIO.MKS IX IlKNSON.
RETAILERS HERE FOR WEEK
Merchants in Omaha Trade Territory
to Be Entertained by Wholsalers.
PLAN SERIES OF PROGRAMS
Visitors to lie Sho-n n lloxpltalltr of
the i II; anil Social Konctlona
Are Arrnnaeil nt the
t oontry labs.
Retailers of Omn,lia trade territory
are In re. That Is they are In Omaha to
lay In their stock of goods for fall, and
to enjoy the hospitality of the city dur
ing the week.
Wholesale houses began farly to report
to the Commercial club that the retail
ers were in from out in the state In
wholesome numbers and that more were
coming. They spent the morning at the
wholesalo ond Jobbing houses, looking
over the stocks and giving orders.
Tarsdnr nt Carter Lake.
Tuesday evening the men, women and
children of the visitors are to be enter
tained at dinner at Carter lake. Swim
ming, boating and fishing will be In
order, and dancing will be the program
in the evening.
Wednesday afternoon the women are
to have an automobile ride around the
city, end are to stop at Happy Hollow
club for a 6 o'clock tea. A style show
of demonstrations with living models Is
to be held at the Commercial club rooms
on Wednesday evening.
At the Field club on Thursday evening
there Is to be a dance und cabaret dinner.
The wholesalers uJid manufacturers of
the city have raised a fund that Is large
enough to give the entertainments plan
ned. Crop Moving Money
Expected This Week
The $1,000.0(10 of federal money appor
tioned to Omaha as a loan to aid during
tho crop moving period is expected by
tho bankers to reach Omaha this week.
They are not especially In a hurry about
It now, they say, as the financial situa
toln has loosened up a great deal.
The bankers have to pay Interest on
this federal money nt 2 per cent.
Matters' Case to
Be Tried in Omaha
Federal Judge Smith Mcpherson has Is
sued an order of removal from the Hast--
lngs division to Omaha of the case of
tho government against T. H. Matters,
who is charged with violating the federal
RUSSIANS SENDING GERMANS
TO SIBERIA HAS BEEN DENIED
LONDON, Aug. 16. A dispatch from
Petersburg to Reuter's agency says It
Is officially declared there that there Is
no truth In the suggestion that Germans
In Russia are being transported to Si
beria. Not a single one has been ban
ished. It Is said that all arc to be domi
ciled In the eastern provinces of Euro
German cavalry Is officially reported
to be concentrating In eastern Prussia
on tho Russian border and Oern.an re
serve troops are said to be advancing to
the southward along the frontier. -
NEBRASKANS TO ACT AS
W. Ij. Park, vice prsstdent of the Illi
nois Central railroad, and H. li. Eyram,
vice president of tho Burlington, have
been selected as western railroad repre
sentatives In arbitrating the differences
between the demands of the ens nemen
for a new schedule and the one proposed
by the roads. Both are Nehraskans nnd
have a good knowledge of the railroad
conditions In the western country.
ERUPTION ON BABY
ITCHED Al BURNED
Something Terrible. Whole Body
Affected. Almost Impossible to
Sleep. Disfigured Face. Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment Healed.
Bllrerwood. Mich. "My baby was about
six months old when ho first began to break
out with little pimples on his bead and face.
Then they would run
water and keep get
ting worse until his
head was a regular
sore eruption and
water would run and
stream from St and his
face also. His whole
body was affected.
They were little white
pimples which Itched and burned something
terrible. Ills clot hint aeemed to irritate
hlra and It was almost Impossible for him
to sleep at night. They also disfigured him
as they were on his face.
"We tried medicine but without success.
Ths trouble must have lasted three or four
weeks when I thought I would try the CuU
rura Soap and Ointment. I would bathe
him with warm water as warm as he could
stand and Cutlcura Soap, then apply the
Cutieura Ointment. The very first time
that I did this It seemed to relieve him as be
slept well and Inside of two weeks he was
completely healed. He is fifteen months old
now and never has had any mors trouble."
(Signed) Mrs. L. White. Jan. 19, 191s.
Samples Free by Mall
A single rake of Cutlcura Boap (2.V.) and
box of Cutlcura Ointment (50c ) are often
eufflcient when all else has failed. Sold
throughout the world. Sample of eeca
mailed free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address
post-card " Cutlcura, Dept. T, boston."
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i Missouri Pacific to
Repair Branch Road
The Missouri Pacific is preparing tt ex
pend a large sum of money in Improving
its Falls City branch. Laborers during
the last week have ber n at work, deal ing I
I the right-of-way of weeds, and surveyors
J will commence operations Immediately to
wards the realignment of the tracks. The 1
Missouri Pacific Is alo putlng up a new
freight terminal at Ralston. These Im
provements will run lose to IJO.noo.
THIEF TAKES MONEY FROM
UNDER EPSTEIN'S PILLOW
Simon Kpstine, 320 North Twentieth
street, was the victim of a thief who
robbed him of $120 In bills Saturday night.
The robber entered the house by remov
ing the screen from a window ami stolo
the hills from under tho pillow of the
laanln rm a
iimn. j iormcr servant Is sus
pected of the deed.
WALNUT HILL RESERVOIR
COMPLETED THIS WEEK
Completion of a S',000 reservoir at the
Walnut Hill water station will be ac
complished this week, when the con
tractor will finish the concrete work. A
reservoir at Florence of l,00,0n0 gallons
capacity, costing SlOO.OOO, Is being built.
The grading will be finished within the
next few days. . .
FINDS OUTLOOK GOOD
"Very encouraging," Is the way the
votes-for-women campaign in Nebraska
looks to Fola La Follette, daughter of
Senator La Follette, who was In Omaha
Sunday night. She was on her way
from Tecumseh to Valley, on a Chau-
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I the suffrage situation in ten towns of
FOUND IN MAIL BOXES
The activities of a "mob" of pickpockets
Sunday in various localities In Omaha
was shown by Assistant PostmaRter
Woodard, today, when he told the police
of the finding of three pocketbooka in
mall boxes. The pock-Hbooks were devoid
of cflh but contained papers and letters.
TWO DECLARE THEY WERE
MULCTED BY AUTO CONCERN
X'nlted States Attorney Howell is inves
tigating the complaint of two young men
wno aeeinre tnat they have been mulcted
VIA ROCK ISLAND LINES
jVew York and Return 843.50 to 84G.50
New lork and Return $48.90 to $52.50
(One way via Buffalo, other way via Washington.)
New York and Return $50.90 to $52.50
(One way via Buffalo, other way via steamer Norfolk and Wash-
New York and Return $51.90 to $56.20
(One way via Montreal, other way via Bufiaio or Flttsburg.)
Boston and Return $42.10 to $46.50
Ronton and Return S50.80 to $59.85
(One way via Montreal, other way via Buffalo and Albany.)
Boston and Return $54.80 to $59.30
(One way via Buffalo and Albany, otber way via New York, and
Boston and Return $53.70 to 56.10
One way via Buffalo and Albany, otber way via steamer Norlolk
Boston and Return 85G.70 $59.10
(One way via Buffalo and Albany,
Our Hat includes points in Michigan, Ohio, Ontario, Quebec, New
Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Maine, New Hampshire,
Vermont, New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Virginia.
Long Limits and Liberal Stopover Privileges.
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in your office
The moment you alight from the car, first you
have a glimpse of the beautiful plaza of the Court
House, then the massive strength of the superb
architecture of the Bee Building.
When you step . into its comfortable elevators,
your eye is still delighted with the beauties of
the court and its fountain. There is an element
of comfort in the broad halls with the whole
cheerful surroundings. Offices have big windows.
There is light and air on every side and from the
court within. You are entitled to agreeable and
pleasant surroundings. It will be a satisfaction to
you to spend your working hours in
THE BEE BUILDING
For offices apply to superintendent, room 103.
(Br nuint ID (Bermnn pouble ?ker
of $I..Vi0 by a concern known as tha
"Suvage Motor Car Company" of Uetroit
One of the men declares that he paid
for territory rights as a salesman
an,l another paid $t,0H) foi si, agency
and a car. They allege that the concern
Is not a bona fine one and that the cart
are mythical ones.
Be Without Milk
No matter where you Ro on a
picnic, boating, camping or motor
ing you can always have pure,
rich, sweet cream and milk if you
carry a supply of
Cottage Milk can be used for every
purpose for which milk and cream are
used. It lasts indefinitely, and is more
convenient, and economical and sani
tary than bottle milk.
Cottage Milk Is delivered direct
from our condensenei to your
grocer, insuring freshness at
Th Milk Without (A
In Two Sizes
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At all Good Dealers
ImuirlHs 441 s
215 lirandels Thea
AFRICAN MILK COMPANY
other way via steamer New York,
For information in detail, inquire
J. S. McNALLY,
Division Passenger Agent.
14th and Farnam.
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