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THE 0MA1TA DAILY REE: SATURDAY, AFOrST 27. lftOI.
GROCERY DEPARTMENT SPECIAL 5Al.ES EVERY DAY IN CUR GROCERY DEPT. OMAHA WEATHLR REPORT: Saturday Filr and Warmer. MEATS! MEATS!! MEATS!!! REMEMRER TTtAT THERE ARB AM, KINDS AND GRAPES OF MEATS IX IN HANUUNO THE BEST IN THE MARKET AN D OFFER SUCH FOR SALE THE MARKET. WK TAKE TRIOR AT THE FOLLOWING CUT IRICKS: Macaroni. 11). pk Ja;nn Ki'-e, !l Sf. Imon. lb. can Imported Sardines, tan Table Syrup, 1',-lb. can Vt" III ITER. Frrh Country Butter' pound Bennett's Capitol Crenmery, pound 10c ..7c 10c 10c 10c 13c 22c CASnV DF.I'IRTHMT.. Ifie Ponad. MarslnnMlnw. peach and fCp vanilla flavored, lb IiJW C'OFT'KK R'i.'IAL 10 -.Jl lM Hmg 'JYnd!'., Kt.miT-s w ith ra h 1!. o o H. l-nr-lt'd Pnpit'.l ( i.ffr-p... ut li ( ;rvn 1 i-H.llri Stamps vrlih' en h Il. ran Bennett's Capitol O 4 ii..klnn T'uwrl -r S-tC KAUFMAN'S SUPERB ORCHESTRA DR. A. D. LAIRD, CORNtTIST Saturday Evening in Two Concerts 6:00 to 7:30 in Cafe 7:.V to 10:00 on Main Floor. CHICKEX! CHUKKX SPECIAL FOR Tot Roast, per lb, 7c to ..5c 10c Moi roll's lown Frontier Brand Haeon, per lb.. 12ic 13k 14c S4TIRDAT. All strictly fresh dressed guaranteed. firj tRl WR STt nn v. noiiinc Uror. per lb Vi (Jl v r,r.-n Trsdlr.g Morrill's Iowa Daisy Bacon, per 11) .Morrt'ir Iowa Hams, Kurvka Brand, lb. . . Spring Chickens, all broilers, Ib Spring ruoki. 14ic 13k 10c Carnlinn Head Rice. IUC ;V' J.k- Wright, a 10c CT clear, so for M1'-" ii .7."i "fi. 1 1." Oreen Tnnllng Stamps Viola, ri tr f tr clear, : for IV No. 1 Steer Hound Steak, '2jC nnd rU.imi with each nnnnd i-.'lil r-3 N-w York full oil. I'-i-fi't Cream Chc-v SUW 0.-4 .i. per lb Young Pucks, per lb Good Winchester Bacon, per lb. . . 12k, 10c 20 (J.'.)f Or Trading SPECIAL CUT TRICES ON 'ALL RIBANDS OF HAMS, BACON AND LAUD FOfl SATURDAY. Stamp With Ballon BLt Li Jug Cmpiij).., oUtc' Green Trading Stamps (, FRESH OYSTERS AMI CELERY. 2SQ r Three Great Attractions for Saturday In Our Cloak . Suit Dept li Woinco's Wush Waists, worth UoiuMi'.s Wash Drosses, worth Woicoii'k kSilk 1'oulanl Drosses, Stamp ScnsaLtion Plain henistitcjied drawn work and spachtol wor" in pillow shams, dresser scarfs, tra.v cloths, cars in cloths and table top pieces, all the good size; values up to $1.00 each for Satur- day only, eacli .J J Arid 10 Little Green Stickers. Odds and Ends of Ladies' Summer Neckwear ome are slightly soiled values in the lots worth up to $1.00 Saturday morning Saturday Sale Xew fancy bordered chiffon veils, in the most " etvlish shades of greens, blues, browns and A"" Com plete nxls full one values up sale prices, each . . . . vv Turn Out of Lawn Swin 1 pSfiltlvcly your Inst chance this season to secure a ten dollar four-pns.ienBer Lawn Swlns. We'll Blvc tho iibiiivI amount of Green Trading Stamps, viz: 11000, but thn price Im cut down .for ; OH Saturday , It's 'th liisi rlmnco at this price, 6.!)8 for a TEN DOLLAR 'FOUR PASSENGER L.AWN SWING, and 1U0 tUO.00) lrv Llttlo Qreer., Stickers. Child's two-passenger Lawn Swing a $5.00 value with .!".00 in Green Trading Stamps Saturday J QO at . , , . i .T ll'XrTl"' '' ""-7Ti" ir-''-' AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Little KnmpuB lu School Board Over the Assignment of Teachers. SUPERINTENDENT RESENTS INTERFERENCE I,Vrrt)'i rhang.iU nnle to InTMt lllmaelf with Authorttr Likely to He Rescinded by the Board, At. last night's adjourned meeting of tho Board of Education there was a lively tilt betweert members of the board and Super intendent AIcIean In relation to tho us slKnment of teachers. Under the original rules of tho board tho superintendent was Klven. cha.g-o of the assignment of teachers anil was held ronpouslulo for tho work of the teachers. After the schools were closed In tho spring this rule, which (a found In section i:5 of the manual, wus changed tit the sug gestion of Laverty to read that teachers be assigned by the teachers' committee of the lioard. Ijiverty Is chairman of this roiiuulUee. This change In the rulo left tho superintendent with nothing to suy about the work teachers were to do. yet he was held responsible. When Superintendent IdcLeun was usked by one cf the members of .the board last nlfcl.t about assigning teachers, he stated frankly that It was all VP tfjaJUivorty, and that he had nothing to euy. Ho then went on to ciuoto the change lu !he rulr. Mi'U'un then asked the board, In wl-itlng: "lf, alter the teachers are as signed, und chanties are found nccessury, thill I do thla wiihout Drt consulting the teachers' committee?" Ijiverty replied to this by saying that such a guetitlon was di-awlng the rulo too line' J. C Knight. Htdd that the new rule Will, dangtrpus and detrimental to the good of 4hu schools and for ono he wanted the old rule re-established. '.'As the rule now stands," said Mr. Knight, "we are holding the superintendent rcsynslblo for something he Is not allowed to lio." . i At this Juncture Superintendent McLean ask'i d If tho members of the board hud ever -found fault with his assignments. All admitted that no fault could be found with the previous assignments. On the matter of assignments one word brought on another and all of the members denied ever having Interfered with tho superintendent In the assignment of teach ers. Wheu U came ljiveiriy's turn he, too, denied. McLean jumped tip and declared that the statement was far from being the 'OR vw AND Ste K INFANTS .) INVALIDS iTigMgjipi Mellin's Food and Milk is an ideal combination and will nourish and strengthen your ' baby and make him grow. W. should like to Mnd a suiuU of Mdlia'a tv-xl lie. ta vuur tab;. fclKLUWB IrOOD CO, 08TOti, MAM. up to $1.00, each, at 25c up to 5.00, each, at.. 2.95 worth to $23, eaeli,, ..4.95 in Our Linen Dept. m we place them on 1 11 in Veiling Dept and a half yards long to 75c Saturday's CAn .... avu Clearing-Up Sale Fancy Summer Parasols All our ladies1 fancy summer parasols, Saturday at half price. All our children s fancy parasols values from 35c to 75c each on sale ' Saturday at, truth.- Laverty stllj Insisted and further tulk on-the Bubject .was dropped for the tinio, being. ' "( After . tho moating the majority of the board favored going back to the old rule and abiding by it and u, change will most likely be made before the official assign ment is announced. Bids for coal will be advertised for and reports concerning t! o condl'lon of the school buildings were received. These re ports show that the buildings have been cleaned, papered and painted and are now ready for occupancy. BulldluMT Inspector Bnr, Since the appointment by Mayor Koutsky of a building and plumbing inspector the number of permits for buildings, i-ewcr and plumbing connections and plumbers' li censes show a decided Increase. Before there was an Inspector to look after this work the number of building permits Is sued was low, although building was going on all of the time. This was because City Engineer Deal, who was acting as building x - v inspector, had more work in his office thanKlm, hrk, thp orfend(rs to the. district he could look after. With the lncomiiig of an inspector attention Is now paid to all details. Hullling permits are being tuken out with regularity and more attention Is being puid to the securing of permits for plumbing and sewer connections. Hereto fore this detail was overlooked. Now tho Inspector sees to It that fees for all such connections are paid to the city treasurer, und when a permit is Issued the work is dune under the supervision of an experi enced man. Some plumbers have been working along for months without taking out tho permits provided for by ordinance. Unless a plumber has a permit now he is not ullowed to do any work. The result is that the city treasury is being enriched by the payment of license fees from plumbers. The office of building and plumbing In spector Is on a paying basis at this time. All fees are paid to tho city tfcrasurer and the inspector is paid a certain amount each month. In spite of the talk of ;dull times by business men there is a great deal of building going on. Carpenters, masons and plumbers say that they have plenty to do, while painters and puperhangers claim to be kept busy theso days. Ir'aUe Work Removed. Yesterduy afternoon a Union Paeiho wrecker removed tho false work from above tho west span of the new O street viaduct and also removed the supports from be neath the span. Flooring on the big span of the bridge is about completed and It will take only a little time to set the railings and lay the flooring on the second span. A portion of the iron work on the bridge has been pained and the expectation la that the structure will be open for trulflo In about ten duys. The north approach to the Q street vla duc; Is finished with the exception -of the paving to be laid In front of the Bwlft office building. This approach can now be used. Thursday afternoon the stock yard.-) compary commenced work on the south approach to Swift's. This approach will start at the west end of the viaduct and there will be a gradual descent Into tha Swift property. The new approach will be or the same material and of , tho tamo width as, the north approach., Just as soon as these approaches are completed the grade crossing under 'th viaduct is to be eluded. , etn-erlnger Case Today. Charles Swerlnger will be called bffore United States Commissioner Anderson th: afternoon to answer to the charge of vio lating the injunction lasued by JtiC(i Klun gtr. It Is alleged thui bneringir Is a striker and that lie had known of the injunction and that iie violated the orders of the federal court. A doscn or more Cafe The best Table H d'Hote dinner in Omaha Saturday evening, ou'JO to :00. Fifty cents Kauf man's' or chestra, :00 to 7-0. Cut Price Specials in Artr-. Odds and ends that must be closed out. Etclilnps about 2u left 1.20 And 40 (54.W) In "8. & 11." Green Trading Stamps. 3. 4S Landscapes re llKious F'lb- 7 'A i..r lu Pt.l M 1 Zui "v And 50 .( In Little Lnd 50 Green Bti Only SO In this lot left, 2.W Pictures, hcauti fully col- J ored -k And HX) ($10 00) In Little (ireen Stickers. About 60 for your choice. ODDS AND ENDS IN ('(11'NTHH NOVEL TY PK'TL'RES-Val- ViV1? 39c And 4(J (4.ni In Llttlo Green Stickers. Photo Frames, about 150 i't":.?.'"'.' 10c And 10 ($1.W) . In Littio Green Stickers. . H VISIT OUR ART GALLERIES SECOND FLOOR. Mgm Getting Cool in St. Louis! Leather Suit Case, regularly sell tor at Imitation Leather Case, regularly sells Leather Club Bagst regularly sell at one a- South Omaha i penplo-have been cited to appear before Commissioner Anderson in this case this afternoon. , , .For two days p;uit a number , of well dressed women have been visiting busi ness houses for the purpose of raising funds for the packing houso strikers., It was stated last night thai; the women had no authority to solicit funds for tho un ions here. When questioned by some of the South Omaha merchants the women admitted that thfy were not able at that time to produce credentials showing that they had been authorized to ask people for money to assist-'1 the union men now on strike. " . Harry Lee and O. W. Wilson were given a hearing In police court yesterday after noon on tho rharge of stealing1 a type writer from the Bradford lumber ofllco on Railroad avenue last Saturday night. Both of the prisoners refused to admit their guilt, but a number of witnesses were present who declared that they saw Wil son and Lee hide the machine In the weeds nrar where It bad been t.iWnn fmm lnHira court In $io bail. As no bonds were fur nished both men were ordered taken to tho county Jail. Munlc City Gossip. A case of scarlet fever Is rennrtnrt the homo of D. D. Rinner, 101U North Twenty-sixth street. James F. Smlsek has returned from North Dakota. where( he visited friends for a few weeks. Call up telephone No. S and have a case of Jetters Gold Top bottled beer delivered tit your residence. Live stock commission dealers at the stock yards say that there Is still an active demand here for feeder Bheep. Thomas Brunz. colored, was fined H and costs by tlio police Juilire yesterday for carrying a revolver. Tho weapon was conllscated by the police. Bruce McCulloeh has the sympathy of a large number of friends on account ot the sudden death of his mother In Omaha yesterday. The funeral will be held In Omaha this afternoon. CHAMPION IN HER OWN CLASS Pearl Miner Holds Long; . Distance Walkinir Record for Four-Year-Old Girls. lYarl Miner, a 4-year-old mjss, living at 2515 Rees street, holds the record for long distance walking for one of her age. She won her spurs last evening. Miss Miner was found about 8 o'clock at tho corner of Sixteenth and Nicholas streets, with the golden hair hanging down her back and a largo cookie in her left hind. For over an hour previous to this the telephone bell at police headquarters was kept busy with Innult les of the lost girl. And It dan not be gainsaid Oiat one of the happiest mothers In Omaha was Mrs. Miner when her last telephone inquiry brought the an swer that Miss Miner was at the staton, eating her cake and quite unconcerned about her sudden publicity. Miss Miner, when questioned by Desk Ser geant llavey, said her name was "Pearl." With true feminine Instinct she refused to divulge her age; neither would she explain to the wondering police officials how she went from 2815 ReeS street to Sixteenth and Nicholas streets, a distance of two miles, but Judging from the alacrity with which she accepted a chair at the station and her father's statement when he called for his daughter, she must have "hiked It" every step of the way. iS. MUSLIM'S scotki::3 syrup bmlwnrM br Millions of Hoihen f..r tlu.tr i ctiii.in.il Mime le. tMn,j for tivr rifijr Vmn. ll l-K.IW li.B Olilltl, Mifl-lia til. fUU,.. .11.1,1 I t..mi, iun wmj uollu, aul la tLa t . rente 1 f.irillan-li,.,. .V.:-1 '':'.". K rr A bottle. IriirMRFrTTT j iiJ-- JJj , A Fluster in Perfumery Want you to onjoy tho bcnutU'S and frncranc(of our oiitrancin rcrfunn'iy Section. Lour Sweeps of lustrous show eases so cnptlvnt lngly deeqratetl with the , di'uted I'liarniH of the rarest conservatories of Eurone and America. Everything swoct, clean nnd genuine. rtiy your perfume In bulk and be sure of full measure aiid full value. Colsatc's Trailing Arbutus, Just flf)-; n nfi-n i.pr ounce -JV W Colttate's Italian Violet, per ounce No. '711 June Rope, Pit ounce Eastman's Chinese Incense, per ounce Dabrook's Locust Blo.vsom, per ounce HIcksecker'H Golf Queen, per ounce .... Fiver's Safranor, per ounce 30c 30c 45c 50c 50c 85c We wish you particularly to see our attractive stock of Sachet Powders. We have the choicest representations of the world's best manufacturers KaMninn's Verona Powder Sachet, per ouncft 50c Hudnut's Wood Violet Sachet. CAp per ounce tvv Hundut's S;mdnl Wood Sachet, K()r; per ounce tJvW Hudnut's Virginia Rose Sachet, Cnr per ounce tJvfW Terfumery Counters, Main floor. ' MAKE THE TRIP NOW. - WEATHER IS IDEAL, RAILROAD FARES ARE JUST Al'.l I"T REASONABLE, AND PRICES FOR SUIT CASES AT PEN NETT'S ARE AS FOLLOWS: five dollars, Saturday-. , for two dollars and twenty-five cents, Saturday. dollar and iifty, cent 3,' "'ou choice Saturday TRUIMK, SEVTJWJp1 BASEMENT. ' 1 ' 1 ATHE PLAYHOUSES "An Orphan' Pra'v' at the Krusr. The time that has elapsed since "An Orplian's Frayer" was first heard in Omaha hasn't been sufficiently . long ' to allow for any of the mellowing effects of age, and so the piece is Just about the same us it was Inst spring. It contains all tho essential elements of a "heart Interest" play, and 1h given with decided vim by the company having it In hand. Nettie DeCoursey is still the orphan, and she Is still supported by a company that is quite capable of giving, tho piece propei; Interpretation. The opening performance at the Krug last night was witnessed by a fairly large audjence, which manifested its enthusiasm in the usual way and with sufficient emphasis to leave no doubt as to the sentiments of those who wcro following the orphan through the dark and devious ways that lie between the first act and the happy finish In tho last. FIFTH WARD REPUBLICANS Enthusiastic Meeting: of the Club Addressed by Candidates and Others. A well attended and enthusiastic meet ing of the Fifth Ward Republican club was held Thursday evening at its hall, Sixteenth and Corby streets. Nelson C. Pratt, Judge W. W. Slabaugh, Howard Kennedy, Jr., John P. Hreeri and Judge E. M. Bartlctt, can didates for nomination at the approaching republican primaries, addressed tho Voters and presented their candidacies. Edward Rosewater also mado an Interesting ad dress. Chairman Christie presided. Mr. Breen explained that he happened to be in the vicinity of the hall last evening and was asked to address the voters on short notice. During tho course of his re marks he touched on the railroad taxation and the race question, the latter from Its present political aspect. He said: "While a congressman would huve little to do with railroad taxation, that b'lng' handled through the State Board of Equal ization, yet I am constrained to say some thing on this subject, particularly as some one has asked for my private op'nlon of the present methods of railroad taxation. In my Judgment, the present system is un fair and it Is but a matter of tlmo until the system will be supplanted by a more equitable plan. In the larger municipali ties of this state, where tho lellioad prop erty receives the benefits of police and tire protection, pavements and other Improve ments, and where the taxation should le gitimately he on u municipal basis, ?ho taxation has been reduced to low trcale through the application of the value per mile apportionment. I want to go on rec ord tonight as being opposed to this unit system of railroad taxation, and if this declaration should lose li r me any railroad support, then I am willing to abide the consequences," Mr. Breen quoted figures to Illustrate the injustice of the vuluatl'M per rr.lie plan bf- assessing railroad taxes. Mr. Breen concluded with a presentation of the race question, which, he ia'd, hud been Injected Into the campaign by the democratlo party. He pictured in a forcible manner tho evils attending the disfranchis ing of the negro, as has heun done In somu of the southern states. He also presented statistics from the last census showing thn advancement of t lie colored race since the emancipation act. "This Is a republican year; it Is in the Itlr," said Mr. Ruaevvater In bis opening remarks, lie predicted a plurality of J,- Do You Know that Saturday offers a mighty good chance for buying late sum mer goods? All must go and'new ; fall goods are be ing made room for. Saturday is Bargain Day in Bennett's Shoe Dept. 200 pairs of Hisses' Ooze top, patent tip, lace shoes, worth $2.00, for '.1.23 And 30 ($3) in Little Green Stickers. 100 pirs more Dor othy Dot1 Oxfords put on the table.' at pair 1;93 And 50 (f 5) in Litjlc Green Stickers. 200 pairs men's sam ple Shoes in all leathers, worth up to $1, at 1.93 And 50(5) in Little Green Stickers. -L 000, at least In this state for Roosevelt, and referred to the present discord in' .the dem ocratic damp. "We aro confronted with a campaign of great, interest and it behooves all of. us to place In nomination only such candidates as wll command the support of the rank at.d file of the republican party." Mr. Rosewater touched on the local situation. ' His remarks were listened to with rapt attention, and' he was fre quently interrupted by applause. Judee Slabaugh old not arrive until late and in consequence offered but a few wordfij of greeting. Nelson C. Pratt, Howard Kennedy and Judgo Bartlett made short talks, asking the voters to support their candidacies' at the primary and touching lightly on cer tain phases of the campaign. W. F. Gurley had been requested to be present at tho meeting and address the members, but was conspicuous by his ab sence. FATTED CALFIS TOO NOISY Itesnlt la Wood Returns to Jail and This Time Ills Wife Accom panies Htm. Mrs. Mary Wood's private opinion of mice and men publicly expressed would not look well in print; in fact, according to the postal laws, it would be classed as unmullable matter. She always has en tertained a certain aversion for rodents, but her opinion of men took a decided change for the worse yesterday afternoon nnd evening. Mrs. Wood lives at Fifteenth and Davenport streets and for the last twenty-five days has lived the life of a recluso, while her husband served out a sentence at the city Jail to which place he was committed by Police Judge Berka before whom Woods was arraigned some time ngo on the charge of petit larceny. Yesterday, the day or Wood's release, wa to have been a red-letter event in Mrs. Wood's domestic calendar. It proved to be a red-letter day, but not exactly in the manner planned by the still loving nnd faithful wife. Mrs. Wood was astir at sunrise yester day morning, scouring kettles nnd arrang ing things for tho homecoming of her spouse. No little detail that might bring gladness to the heart of the erring hus band was overlooked by the wife. His return to the home nest was to be marked with eclat nnd good things. A clean white spread was placed on rne table; Wood's tobacco box was replenished; even at the present prices of meats the wife bought two pounds of pork chops; other edibles of a tempting nature were placed on the festive board and, last but not least, Mrs. Wood laid in a supply of liquid cheer, "Just for family use," as she expressed it. Mr. George O. Wood was released from the city Jail at 4 p. m. yesterday after noon and at once returned to his home, where the wife was in waiting with the chops aqd liquid cheer. Chafing under tho seeming delay of her husband's re turn she had fortified herself with occa sional nips, making the husband's wel rome somewhat more enthusiastic than It would otherwise have b?n. Wood rushed in and was Immediately embraced and kissed by the expectant wife. He returned the compliment In kind and soon espied the "bottled in bond for fsnilly use." He soon passed judgment cn that which makes men forget their homes and debts. One good turn deserved an other. Wood was loud In his praise of the bottled in bond. The pork chops and sliced cucumbers paled into insignificance; Ko Stomach TrouLIi After three day. If tou writs to Drake Formula Company. 'tilc4t(o, for fit. boms of l'r.Wes k'aaucuo Wloe. blot CousUpsuoo la ds. mm) Clothing Dept. ' i , Boys' School Suits A Boss Printing Press with Z Ch ? every suit up from.; Ages 3 to 16 years, short trousers. Ages 10 to 20, long trousers. " "..) Young men's suits our Specialty! ' j Hirsh, Elson & Co. fine clothing bought for 3? cents on the dollar. . New styles up-to-date goods. Sold upon honor. Sold upon merit Graivd Final Strw Hats in Hats sold up -to $2.?0 And' 100 ($10) in Little Green Stickers. All straw hats tlr sold up to $1, And 50 ($5.00) in Little Green Stickers. How is this for your stamp book? they-were "also rans." At this point Mrs. Wood began to remonstrate with her hus band for his excessive Indulgence and thus the trouble started. Wood insisted on pass ing judgment on the bottle every few seconds. Angry words were exchanged and matters Tent from' bad' to worse until Mrs. Wood said she was sorry she ever thought about tne home coming. Wpod then piled up the dishes, chps, cu cumbers, tobacco box and coffee pot and threw the entire layout through the win dow. Mrs. Wood's feminine ' nature then asserted Itself for good. Husband and wife transferred their base of action to the street arid had such a passago of words that brought the patrol wsgon. They were both taken to tho pollco station and charged with being drunk, disorderly and using loud and profane language on the street. ' CIVIC IMPROVEMENT LEAGUE Dodge Street Pavlnv, Prise Lawns and Howell's Waver Bill Get Consideration. At a meeting of the Civic Improvement league, bdd in the park commissioners' rooms Thursday night, it was announced the matter of paving Dodge street from Fortieth street to the city limits would be brought before. -the park board on the 29th Inst. The leyy for the work will not be available until next fall, but a contractor has expressed his willingness to do it now "9f raj. ' mm ,. $3.75 X Home Misifoi i 'excursions Hammond, Jud 815.35 Ft. Wayne, I ml 819.20 South Ilend, Ind 817.30 LognnriiKirt, Ind 818.25 Kokome, Ind 818.B5 La Fnyottp. Ind 817.85 Torre llautt-, Ind 818.35 Vliiclnnt's. Ind 818.35 EvanRvilli', Ind 818.50 Indianapolis, Ind 81940 Ulthuiond, Ind 821.00 New Albany, Ind 82l-2! Munch', Ind 810.00 Elkhart. Ii.d 817.75 On unto September li, Vi, 2i, 27, October 11. Return limit JO days. CorreKiMindliiKly low rates to many other points in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, WImcoiihIii, Minnesota, Ontario, New York, Ken tucky, Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia. Full particulars cheerfully glveu at City Ticket Office, llir Farnaiu Street, Omaha, or write, W. H. BRILL. Dint. Ini. Ant . llttinltn. Neh , - - - - - - V .-, , Sale of all the House -1 tp0MJ Tricky Things in the Jap Room Jnp Lunch Basket,, made of daintily split bamboo so per fectly mado thnt. It -looks almost water tight. Cornea In twol X sizes-Size No. 1. .. ................. ,,JI And 10 ($1) In Llttlo Green ' Stickers Size No. 2, We. And 20 (W).im Ofn Little Green Stickers ,.'...,,,.,. ,iVC Japanese After Dinner Coffees; fEr a regular :!6e VaJu. Saturday... J And 10 (Jl) In. Llttlo Grceh Sticker. Japanese Cups nd Saucers, ..' OEn regular fine value, 'only ......... ."d And 20 ($2) in- Little Green Stic kers. Japanese Bread'a'iid Butter '.-'4 f - l'laics, regular valuei-v.:. MV And K) ($1) in Littio Green SUchcm Japanese Incense.'lO pnckages ' Op. In a bunco, only And 10 ($1) !n Llttlo Green Stickers . ' - lv.... . -". Ill im.ii.iiiiiidi ii in i li iiea. If he is reimbursed to the extent of the Interest on Investment 'until time of pay-1' ment. This matter, has ibeetr taken '- up tby ' a, number of citizens, and the "inecexspry funds pledged. ..A statement, to this (effect , will be mado and .urged before the board as an Inducement for doing tho "work this, fall. A'committee" consisting of MroVC George TIldeh.'F.- J. M8hane, 'Ml J.' 'ro'nette, ' Draper Smith and S.. Ri "Towne rwitfisttirt . this morning, at 8 o'clock , to. examine the j lawns of the competitors for prizes, .They will go In automobiles furnished "by S.!A.t' McWhorter arid -A. T. 'AuHtln. " p , .... This prize 'Committee will meet ther ex ecutive board of the league Saturday, and on next Wednesday at 2 o'clock the prizes will be awarded at tho rooms of tho Board of Education. All Contestants and nfl other's Interested are Invited to be present at the. awards, whero a discussion of pbins for( beautifying Omaha during the year 195 i will be discussed. R. B. Howell gnve an exhaustive resume of tho water question from the time of the Introduction of his bill Into 'tbo Ktata senate and subsequent proceedings down to date. He also presented a series' of statistics showing the amounts expended! per capita for water in many cities in Omaha's class, and the coJt of the' water works in the places named. - l JuiIkf Julian Bennett. SIOUX CITY. Ia., Aug. 2H. -Judge 'Julian Bennett of Watertown, S. D., died today of heart failure. He. weighed 410 pounds and was known as the largest Judge ia America. 7ft VIA J? Illinois Central R. R. ROUND TRIP RATES FROM OMAIIA Sandusky, Ohio. .'. . . . -f23.00 To!rlo, Ohio 821.25 ('oluinbu, Ohio 823.10 Dayton, Ohio 822.00 Cincinnati, Ohio. 822.50 Lima, Ohio. 821.00 SiiriiiKflt'ld, Ohio 822.50 Marlon, Ohio. 82250 Findlay, Ohio .anesvllle, Ohio. . ., 21.55 823.75 Bedford, Ohio 820.15 (lallon, Ohio $22.75 Louisville, Ky 821.50 Owenshoro, Ky 821.00 .. - e, - - r ..w . . ... ' .