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TIIE OMAITA DAILY BEE: WEDXESDAT, SEPTEMBER 7, 1904.
0 AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA ?ublio Schools Open Today and Largs At , . tand&noo it Expected. i HIGH SCHOOL WILL BE BADLY CROWDED Cltr CnaaaO, ttonra af Esneatloa ana ritt u4 Paliaa , Banr Ara : lk4U4 I Meet ' . . , Toiik(. Today ths pubUo school! will open (or ' tbs Brst samester. Teachsrs hava been notlnsd ss to their positions, and while ' ora little- deUr will naturally occur in the sorting out of pupils and oraanlilng tha classes this werk Is expected to be completed before the day 1 over. At the high echool a portion of the asairn rocot of puplla . ha already been maae, Principal Graham bavins invited the puplla . to all and aelect their course of study. By doing thl the classes In the high school ,wlU easily be organised, aa nearly three-fourths or the pupils have selected , their course of study. . In addition to assigning pupl promoted after the final examinations In June the principals of the schools will be called upon to handle . newoomers. Many chil dren who have never attended school be fore are expected to add their names to the roll While some have dropped out from various causes the total enrollment ' for the first day Is expected to exceed that .'' of last year. v All of the school buildings have been ' placed In good condition during the vaca tion and the Janitors have seen to It that everything Is as heat aa a pin about the building. Borne disappointment Is ex pressed at .the (allure to have, at least a portion Of -the new 'high school building comnleted. This will ckuaa a congestion at "Central achotJt, but this Is so natural that the superintendent, principals and " teachers are accustomed to It. When rooms In the new high school are ready the plan Is to move the present frame school building from Tweqty-sixth and M streets . to Twenty-third and R streets and save a , great many young pupils from crossing the street cap tracks. Superintendent McLean expects, to be able to make a report of the enrollment and other details of the opening of the schools to the Board of Education. '-which moots tonight. ' -Coaaell Meets Tonight. ' While last' night was the regular semi ; monthly meeting of the city council an adjournment wu ' taken on account of Labor day. This evening a meeting will be held, when the 'accumulated business will- be disposed of. A list of iipntniM .sent down from the . clerk of the district .court will be read and the council will be asked to take some action. Then there is the August' salary Ut and .other ex pense to be considered. A meeting 'of , the- finance committee will be held at the ; clerk's offlce this afternoon to go over the bills. -Petitions for Improvements are on file and will be read, as well as a couple of damage claims. ; - - Police Board Meeting-. , : This evening,, the Fire and Police com missioners will hold a meeting at fire hall ,'No.'L.' Routine business Is to be transected .and1 action will doubtless be taken on the P. J. O'Connor saloon ease. As thi strlkw . Is not settled the board will not rriav any of 4ts present rulra concerning the sale of. beer In , buckets or the closing of saloons at 10 p. m. , As good order has m - - - . rm . " u . . ....v. . ..no made -to- Induce -the board to permit .bt saloons to remain open until midnight. This cbenge ..will not be . made for the present,' so merabecsof the board stats. ,. . One Track'Xearlr Flalehed. i . The ' street . car company ' kept men nt J work all da? yesterday on the track be ; tween ' O and. .J streets and last - night the statement' was , made that this even ing the west-heavy track would be com i pleted ' from NT street to the county line. . As soon as this is done the single Albright tsr Will be run back and forth on the west track while the east track is taken up and replaced with heavy rails. No work on the concrete- or 'paving' was done by Con- Itractd- Hannon yesterday but today the force vtlll be Increased ' and the concrete will be put down just aa fast as the mixer can prepare the material and the men can spread It. While no date can be set for the completion of this "paving the clfy en gineer, says that .the . work is now pro gressing rapidly. , . , . , - &aan4nnn Leaves Packers Bank. T. J.. Bhariahan, one of the tellers at the Packers' National bank, has" resigned his position and .wilt leave in a few. days for Deadwopd. ' Mr. flhanahan has been with the Packers' bank for about eight years and Is one of the most popular employes at this Institution. He leaves to accept the 'position of. assistant cashier of the Blacjc Hills Trust and Savings bank at Dead wood, 8. D. The many friends of Mr. Shanahan here congratulate him on secur ing such a desirable position, but regret to see lUm lea ve South -Omaha.- r r ,,,,,..,... -savsTie CUr- Goasln., t Mlns Elsie Currsn. Twenty-third and N 'Streets, leaves today for a visit with friends Hit North, Bead. .Neb , Call up telephone N 9 and have a case of Jetter's Gold Top bottled beer delivered jat your residence. Joseph Koutsky and John C. Troutan returned last night from LaPlatts, where the fished (or a couple of days. it is understood that a request is to be made by. the city, officials of the street car 'company to take up the unused rails on N Jstreet. I. f ...' f Myles E. Welsh Is manager of the new , "Villi U hotel at Twenty-sixth and O streets. This place was opened yesterday and Is considered one of the best hotels for stock xaa In the city. The O street viaduct is nearlng comple tion and, as nn arrangements have been '.made for a celebration, it is presumed that ,th bridge will be opened without any speeches or a banquet. Case Goes to Federal Caart. - v 1 John Vtktorin, a minor, by his next friend, Katie Vlktorln, has brought suit In the T'nited States circuit court against the Cud 'shy. Packing company for liO.OuO damages for injuries said to have been received while in the employ of that company la iStomachJParalysls Dyspepsia or Indigestion, properly ' nanted. Is Paralysis of tha Stomach, v When you have water-brash, tool ( sick at tha stomach, bat a gaa or wind . oa It, op. teel as though you had a ball -or. heavy weight In tha pit of tha , stomach, after eating,' and tha nerves and muscles of that organ cease to act and digest your food, that atop . page 1a tha process of digestion, to call It properly, la Paralysis of tha t Stomach, and should be treated aa such. It Is perfect folly to assist tha '-stomach with dyspepsia remedies and " stimulants to dissolve tha undigested food.- Ton may get relief, but at tha next meal you suffer again. Tha proper, treatment Is to build up tha worn out muscles and nerves of tha stomach so that It can do its own ' work without assistance, and not only digest tha food you eat to-day but to morrow and forever after; as la done, by tha uso of Dr. Chase's Blood and Kerr Food and Liver, Food, which ' have . aa Immediate action on tha nerves and muscles, that, control di gestion, Tha prtea of tha Blood and Nerve Food. 80 cents; tha Liter Food K cents. Book frea. February. - The rs Is transferred from the district court. Vlktorln Is a boy of but It years, and wsa employed In the sheep kill ing department as a grlndntone boy to sharpen the knives of the butchers. While going from the sheep killing room to the grinding department he fell through an open elevator aha ft, by which accident , he claim his shoulder was dislocated, hip In jured and numerous other bruises and In juries of a permanent character sustained. COLONEL WATROUS i RETIRES Paysaastev of Army Here Qall Serv- Ice am Rearming the Ago Limit. Lieutenant "Colonel Jerome A. Watrous. former major and paymaster t'nlted States army, was retired at noon yesterday on account of age limit from further service In the United States army, with rank of lieutenant colonel. Colonel Watrous has been connected with the Department of the Missouri as pay master since February, 1908, and during his stay here has made a host of friends, who will regret to learn of his retirement from active service and his removal from Omaha. He left this afternoon for Milwaukee, where be soon will engage In Journalism. During his stay In Omaha he has been In frequent demand at Grand Army meetings as a speaker and has contributed many Interest ing army sketches to the press of Omaha. Colonel Watrou. first 'entered the army as a private soldier In Company E, Sixth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, July 16, 1ML He served during the entire war,' having beea promoted successively to the position of sergeant major, first lieutenant and ad jutant, and was breveted captain for gal lantry April L 186S. He entered the regu lar establishment aa major and paymas ter May 14, 1888, and has been connected with the army continuously since.' He was chief paymaster of the Department of the Columbia for one year and served, for two years and three months In the Philippines. He was chief paymaster of the Department of VIsayas for a period and was transferred to a like position In another of the Philip pine departments. Returning to the United States, he was assigned to duty at Chatta nooga, Tenn., and later assigned to the De partment of the Missouri, with headquar ters at Omaha. ' By the retirement of Lieutenant Colonel Watrous, Captain George E". Pickett, pay master United State! army, becomes a major. Major Pickett Is the son of Gen eral Pickett of the confederate army, who led the Immortal charge of the southern hosts on the third day of the battle of Gettysburg. . Colonel Watrous also enjoys the distinction of being one of the men who withstood and assisted In repelling the fa mous charge of Pickett's division July 3, forty-one years ago. BIQ YEAR FOR CREIGHTON Baaster Terns Is Predicted as One Just Opened by Omaha's Catholle University. Yesterday marked the twenty-seventh annual opening of the Crelghton university, and the indications are this year will be the greatest In the history of the Institution. The morning's roll showed 300 names on the high school and collegiate lists, and In a week, when the graduating class. shall have reported, the membership will be at least 370. This showing Is the cause (or much gratification on : the 'part of ' those con nected with and Interested In the univer sity. The estimated' Increase over last year's attendance will 'be about 100 when the soliool year Is well on Its way. ' The recorde show more of the previous year's attendance and more new students' begin this year than ever. 1 Rev. MV JP. Dowling, S. X, continues aa president, and Rev. M. J. O'Connor, 8. J., vioe president. A-few changes' In' the fac ulty Have been made. In the collegiate de partment Father Ryan, late of St. Mary's college, St, Marys,' Kas.; will teach rheto ric, while Father- Whelan of St Stanislaus seminary, Florissant, Mo., will have charge or. the freshman class. Four changes have been made In the high school department. Profs. Ryan of St. MaTy's, Troy of St. Ig natius college and Usher and McKernon of the 8b Louis university will teaoh In the high school department this year. The Crelghton University School of Law will open October S, temporary accommoda tion having been made at the Crelghton Medical college until the new law school shall have been constructed, at Eighteenth street, between Farnam and Douglas streets. BAPTISTS . ARE IN SESSION Delegates from Seven Coaatles Gather la Omaha tor Three Days Meeting-. The annual meeting of the Omana Bap tist association convened at Grace church yesterday at t p. m. for a. three days' ses sion. Among the more prominent arrivals this morning were Rev. 8 W. Richard of Blair and Rev. C. F. Dueholm of NIckerson. The visiting delegations ' were', entertained ' af lunch at the church on (feeir arrival. It Is expected there will be about ttniv.iin delegates from out of tha city. Including reprmwnwuvea J ram (jumrag, Burt, Wash ington, Saunders, Barpy, Dodge and Doug, las counties, which comprise the district, and forty delegates from Omaha. The afternoon exercises comprised a devotional meeting, led by Rev. J. V. Onok of Decatur; address of welcome by Rev. a. rellmsn pf Oraoe church: response by Rer. George VanWlnkle of South Omaha. t The annual sermon was preached by Rev. a W. Richards of Blair. The re. malndetr of the afternoon was devoted to the appointment of oommlttees and their reports and short discussions upon doc trinal topics. ' Last evening at T:I0 there was a praise service conducted by Rev. E. F.' Gray of Rogers; the appointment of standing com mittees; Baptist Young People's union re port' and election.. after which Rev. C. J. Pope of Grand Ialand will deliver an ad dress on "The Opportunities of Youth.": SCHOOLS BEGIN , NEW , YEAR Paalle and Paroosvlal laatltatlona Onea with Abont Tweaty-Flvia Then. sand Pa ylla. .' ' ' AU of tha publlo and most of tha paroeh lal schools reopened vesterdav with total enrollment estimated between 30.000 and 8.000 DUDila To the fm-mar f..lltl have been added the Sacred Heart Catholic acnools at Twenty-second and Binney streets. .-. '-. The publio schools got under way without uiuwee so rar as reported to Superintendent Davidson, the only departures from a reg ular path being the Inability or three out of more than 400 teachers lA taks. I art ihmlat work. These were Mlar Leigh ton of the Mason, atisa Hughes of the Conuniu, .n Ml as Evans of the Park school. The two lormer are sick and the latter has a death la the family. The superintendent has announced that until further notice pupils will attend the Central Park, Saratoga, Druid Hill and Lothrop schools aa formerly until the com pletion of the Monmouth Park school next month. Then boundaries will be altered and some of the attendance at h rj h other schools named sent to the more con venient handsome, new structure at Thir. ty-thlrd street and Meredith avenue. Joseph Qataa. pianist, room 611 W. O. W. Bids. ' MERLEY CLCB IS ACTIVE Preparations Made for Ueeting of League of Republican Clubs. Bute SEPTEMBER . NINETEENTH IS THE DATE Campaign Committee with a Repre sentative In Each Ward and Conn try Preelnet la Connty la Itemed. A regular monthly meeting of the Mo KInley Republican club was held last even ing In the parlors of the Millard hotel. There was a large turnout of members and considerable work was disposed of. The secretary, Daniel J. Riley, read the follow ing call for the Stats Republican league: All regularly organised state, county, city and couege repuoilcan clubs in the state of Nebraska are repecttully Invited to meet at the Millard tiotel in the city of Omaha on Monuay, September is, at 10:M o'clock a. m., lor the purpose of organ ising the State Republican league ot Ne branaa, the same to be atnllatea with the National Republican league. Kach of said clubs shall oe entitled to two " oelrgates, who shall have credentials signeu by the president ana secretary of sala club. The Mckinley Club, by 11. P. iiCAVITT, President. DAN J. Rli-JSY. Becretary. Upon motion, H. P. Leavltt and Frank Crawford were named as the delegates for the McKlnley club. An amendment to the constitution of the club was read The amendment ' will be votsd upon at the next meeting. One of the most Important changes to the amend ment deals with the election of officers, the voting to be according to tha Australian System. Several of the members spoke In favor of a representation at the national biennial convention of republican clubs to be held at Indianapolis in October. Further action In the matter may be taken at the state league of republican clubs. President Leavltt announced' the appoint ment of the following campaign commit tee: First ward, J. J. Pearson; Second ward, C. JS. Foster; Fourt W3rU, ii. . Dodge, Jr.; Fifth ward, Frank Crawford; Btxih ward, O. C. Redtck; Seventh ward, P. A. Wells; Eighth ward, H. A. Foster; Ninth ward E. M. Martin; South Omaha, F. A. Shotwell . and H. L. Cohn. Victor Rosewater had been named as the v committeeman for the Third ward, but It was discovered that he had moved out of the ward and a substitute will be named. The vacancy will be filled at the next meeting of the club and the com mitteemen for the country districts will be named at that time. Several new members were elected and John O. Telser was elected an honorary member. Remarks were made by John L. Ken nedy, candidate for congress, James C. Kinsler, candidate for county attorney, and Hans P. Peterson. INSURANCE RATES AT STAKE Fire Schedules May Be Affected by Report of National Electrical . Inspectors. W. 8. Boyd, Inspector of the electrical bureau of the National Board of Fire Un derwriters, with headquarters in Chicago, Is In Omaha making an Investigation of alleged Improper suspension of downtown are lamps and outside wiring by the Omaha Electric Light and Power company. His visit is the result of City Electrician Michaelsen's agitation of the matter and Induced directly by tha refusal of the coun cil or other city authorities to enforce the demands ".'of thd , Electrician. Upon-, Mr. Boyd's report hinges tha possible advance of fire Insurance rates In Omaha, . and his visit therefore la regarded with considerable interest. One-Way Rates. ' Every day from September 15 to October 18, 1904. Inclusive, the Union Pacific will sell one-way tickets from Missouri river terminals (Council Bluffs to Kansas City, Inclusive) ss follows: Ctt.t to Ogden and Salt Lake City. 320.00 to Helena and Butte, Montana. 322.K0 to Spokane and Wenatchee, Wash ington. ' 321.50 to Huntington and Nampa, Idaho. 335.00 to Portland, Tacoma and Seattle. 326.00 to Vancouver and Victoria. 325.00 to Ashland and Astoria, Oregon, via Portland. 325.00 to San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego. Correspondingly low rates to many other California, Oregon, Washington, Montana, Utah and Idaho points. Through tourist cars run every day on Union Pacific between Missouri river and Paclflo coast; double berth 35.75. For full Information call on or address city ticket office, 1324 Farnam street. 'Phone 315. New York and Pbllaaelpbla ' cannot be more pleasantly or conveniently reached than by the Grand Trunk-Lehigh Valley Route. Solid through trains, mag nificent sceneryyall trains run via Niagara Falls. - Descriptive literature sent free on appli cation to - Advertising Department Grand Trunk Railway System, 135 Adams St., Chi cago, Geo. W. Vsux, A. G. P. c TT A. Joseph Gahm, pianist, room 613 W. O. W. Bldg. Vhe Hew Bnslnasa Firm. Merchants' Stock company of Omaha naa been incorporated with a capital of 3100.000. M. F. ehafer, president; F. M. Snider, vice president; w. E. Bhafer, sec retary sna irensucer. ins aiiwvwn ri M. F. Bhafer, W. K. Bhafer. F. M. Snider, Q. A. Fastle, C. W. Bowlby, J. O. Iwer- cocoa brain II 1. It eulbodles the goodness of other cocoas with a goodness of its own. " Unlike other cocoa preparations, Ghlrardelli's has a smooth, delicious , flavor which makes it an ideal refreshment as well as a daily article of diet. More convenient, delicious and economical for , cakes and pastry than cake chocolate. ' 2b sen and George O. Fielder. The bustneet of the new firm la the buying and selling of bankrupt stocks ot merchandise. FATE IS BITTER TO A LOVER teals Mis Beat eirl and Sends Him to Jell for Thirty ' Days. The loss of his best girl, the sppearance of a rival over tha horizon -and a Jail sen tence of thirty days Is the bunch of trouble that a cruel fate has handed to William Avery during the last few days. Avery thinks O. P. Sullivan la the man who caused him tha trouble. Avery's plaint Is that he had a "friend" of his own until Sullivan rode Into the gulch with a boiled shirt and a red necktie and captivated the heart of the fair pn- Then Avery went to pieces, neglected his meals and walked up and down the diggings muttering what he would do to Sullivan. Detectives Ferris and Dunn heard Avery's Incendiary utter ances and arrested htm on the charge of vagrancy and oclng a suspicious char acter. . i DRESSMAKING STOCKS AT BRA5DEIS' Entire Stacks of Miss E. H. Terrtll, Omaha's Leading! Dressmaker- Also Mme. Monette's, SOS Sth Ave, Hew York. ON SALE SATURDAY, SEPT. 10. We bought the entire stocks on hand ot these renowned dressmakers. They consist of fine Imported Robes, unmade and partly made Gowns, Broadcloth and Dress. Goods of all descriptions. Silks, Velvets, Laces, Trimmings, Ribbons, etc, Miss TerrUTs es tablishment Is so well known that It Is un necessary to lay 'stress on the high quality of these fabrics. On sale Saturday, Sep tember 10. ' J. L, BRANDEIS eV SONS. Wnadmea of the World Special Trala ta St. Lonls. The Woodmen of the World have ar ranged with the Wabash to run a special train, leaving Omaha Union station at t.ii a. m.. Council Bluffs t a. m., Sunday,- Sep tember 11. A very low .round-trip rata, 33.60 from Omaha, 33.35 from Council Bluffs, with correspondingly low rates from all stations. -, . ; Everyone Invited to Join special train. Insist upon your ticket reading via Wa bash, the only line with its own station at main entrance . of . World's fair grounds, thus saving time, extra car far and an noyance. For all Information call at Wa bash city offlce, 1(01 Farnam street, or ad dress HARRY E. MCORES, G. A. P. D. Wabash Railroad. Omaha, Neb. Special Summer Tonrlst Rates to Ken tacky, Tennessee, north Caro- Una and Vlrglnln. The Chicago Great Western Railway will sell special round trip tickets at very low rates to Crab Orchard. Ky.; Middlebor ough, Ky.t Tate Springs, Conn.; Olive Springs, Tenn.; Ashevllle, N. C; Hot Springs, N. C; Roanoke, Va.; Glade Springs,' Va.; Radford, Va., and other points. Tickets on sale dally, good to re turn until October JL" ' For further Infor mation apply to 8.' D.'PARKHURST, Gen eral Agent, 1612 Fafnara street, Omaha, Neb. : .' - , National Convention Fraternal Order f Eagles. - Baltimore, Md.. September 13-17. . The Chlcsgo Great . Western railway will on September 8 and . I sell tickets at one fare plus 31.00 to Baltimore and return. For further' Information-apply to 8. D. Parkhurst, General Agent,. .1 512 Farnam St.', Omaha, Neb. t .; : , -; .. , Special Sammer. lfearlt. Itata De. .. ; trait. Uhl i ' ' I The Chicago Great .Western railway wilt sell round trip ticket, at one fare plus 33.00. Tickets on sale dally. , Good return ing until October 31. For further Informs, tlon apply to 8. D. f Parkhurat, General Agent, 1613 Farnam, StOmaha, Neb. Homeaeekers" Rates te north Dakota. Every Tuesday until' October 36 the Chit rsgo Great Western Railway wi'.l sell round trip tickets to points in the above named state at a great redaction from the usual fare. For further Information apply te Geo. F. Thomas, general agent. 1613 Far nam street, Omaha. Nab. SUIO.OO to Chicago, The Chicago Great Western Railway will sell special round trip . tickets to Chicago at 320.00. Tickets good for return until Oc tober 31. For further Information apply to S. D. Parkhurst, genera agent, 1611 Farnam street, Omaha, Neb. . Helf Far to Slonx City and Retnrn. , ONLY 33.16 ROUND TRIP To" the Interstate Stock Fair and Race Meet. September to 10, Via C, St P.. M. O. Ry. , ' Offices. 1401-03 Farnam 8t. Webster St. station, Union depot. Homo Visitors Ezenrsloaa Fai r. Tuesdays In September and Oct. 1L C'ood thirty daya Half f are- plus 32. Many points in -Indiana, Ohio and Kentucky. Inquire at tha Northwestern Line office. 1401 and 1403 Farnam St., Omaha Colfax Fnraa Wnter, Bottled at the springs. Gladstone Bros., lSOS-lKlO Douglas street. Sign Ordinance Is Dead. x A death blow was dealt the street sign ordinance by the council committee, which ordered It laid over Indefinitely. The ordi nance was drawn under the direction of committees from the Clvlo Improvement league of Omaha, business men and others, and barred all Illuminated signs except those lighted by electricity. ' GhlrardelH'i Ground Chocolate U not like any other cocoa preparation, finer. ,. It is made front the nutritious and digestible substance of the choicest beans reinforced by the highest grade atugar.. There is enough nutriment in these constituents to supply the body and , with more available nourishment than any other drink. -It is a delicious drink, appetizing, satisfying, comforting and strength- GUmrdtW't U miU U Cahjomia, wAr iU $aU of all other coco preparation combimtd a proof? in W r ference We and Fifteenth and Farnam. COUNT CREIGHTON GIVES LAND i Will Donate Tract to Extend Bemii Park and Join Boulevard CUTS INTO THE FORTY-TWO ACRE FARM - , Generously Hesponds to Reanesto of Adjacent Property Owners to Beautify and Enhance Taloe of Land. Count Crelghton has decided to donate a strip of valuable property 100 feet wide be tween Cuming and Ixard streeta'and run ning from Thirtieth to Thirty-second to th park board for. the connection of Cen tral with Lincoln boulevard, according to the announcement just made by Member Craig of the board. During the next ten days certain technicalities and formalities will be executed and the land then will be turned over. It runs through a forty-two-acre farm, one of the curiosities of the country. As it is located. Just east of Bemls park. It Is dovetailed with the scheme of residents of that vicinity to ac quire eight lots at the southeast corner and make a new entrance to the park on Thirty-third. The ordinance authorising the condemna tion of the eight lots In question and di recting the creation of an Improvement dis trict to raise taxes for paying for them has been held up In the council for a week at the request of Councilman Huntington, Who said one or more of the Interested property owners wanted a hearing before anything was. done. A committee anxious for the acquisition, composed of O. 8, Ben awa. Dr. W. C. Upjohn, W. Anderson ,and Frank A. Harrison, had previously Induced the - council 'committee toV;pas- ihe ordi nance.' '''These men' agreed, ' hbweverV t4 wait for the hearing' before pressing th point ; ... . ' They are . anxious for quick action, : so that stores and cottages will not be built on the lots 'Which it Is proposed to con demn. ' ' ' - Mr. and Mrs. Cfcambera , Will reopen their School of Duu:ng M(4 Farnam street, September 23, " compli mentary reception, by card only. Inac tion of the academy Itota. m. Dancing 8:30 p. m. For Juveniles, Saturday, Sep tember 24th; dancing to p. m. Appilca tlons may be made now. Marriage Licenses. The following marriage licenses Issued up to noon. September 6: Name and residence. Age. ... U ... 21 ... 48 ... 41 .., U ... to ... 14 ... IS ..: n ... n Fred Ia Cooke, Dunlap, la Mabels I. Davie, Dunlap, la...... Andrew Medln, Omaha Christine Swanson, Omaha Henry Doorly Omaha . Margaret Hitchcock. Omaha George W. Hamilton, Omaha .......... Kleanora K uarton, urouia Victor C. Peterson, Omaha ., Emma Haxthausen, Omaha 18-K, wedding rings. Edholm., Jeweler. Omaha Centrals wla from Herman. At Bxposttlnn park, Monday afternoon, the Omaha Centrals easily defeated the Herman, Neb, team by a score of 17 to S. Batteries'. Centrals Adams and Karr; Herman. Ploher and West. Struck out: By Adams, ; by Plpber. I. - 1 Idaho Land Is Opened. BLACKFOOT, Idaho, Sept. 6. The 'live mile limit lands." which form a clrole hav ing a diameter of ten miles, with Pocatello as the center, were opened at the United States land office here todsy. DIED. EI.MBORO Arthur William, aged ( yeara. bt-loved son or Mr. ana airs, jonn . Elmborg, September . 1904. Funeral Wednesday afternoon at t o'clock from family residence. 60th and Center treats. Interment at Evergreen cemetery. Friends Invited. if doubU that perfection. sW layaw IKY- Correct Fall Styles in MeiVs ' , : . -.... ...... ... Suits and Top Coats We are ready with a big showing have been for the past ten '' days. Our assortment this season surpasses any previous showing You have a far better and greater range of choke here than in .any -other clothing store in town. When you select your new fall suit or top coat here you have the satisfaction of knowing that the 6nly difference between a suit or overcoat bought at the Nebraska" and one from the most expensive tailors is a difference in price a dtf- -. that is "50 per cent in your favor. .r...$ii:3i5i$!C want you to see Top Coats, at. 3A rtO You Can Get in On the Ground Floor Now AN INVESTMENT MADE NOW IN THR TO WW LOTS OF TAFT, INDIAN TERRITORY , ITI WILL DOUBLE ITSELF WITHIN TWELVE MONTHS. T,T " TAFT Is an absolutely new townslte, and Is not yet on the market In the Indian Territory- v TAFT In surrounded by the Vlchest farming land In the world, growing cotton, corn, wheat, etc. It Is near rich coal and oil lands. , . NO TAXES to pay on vacant property In the Indian Territory. ' - ' 'Thousands of cettlera and bualness men are pouring into the Territory,' for they know there is more money per capita section of this country; and, furthermore, Indians within the next two years from TAFT Is on the Midland Valley railroad. All through that section", so rapid is tha growth and development, town values double In a year, or less. , We are sole agents for town lota In '-TAFT We guarantee the titles and give every purchaser a warranty deed from tha Mid land Townslte company of Muskogee. .... We are offering In Omaha a limited number of these lots at $78 to $150 for a business lot, and $15 to $2S for a residence lot. These prices are In effect until Sep tember 15, on which data Mr. W. A. Webster will return to taft. The offer will then be withdrawn and the prices raised. . ... , Now is the only chanoe to buy lots in TAFT at first and brtttom prices. You can Invest $15.00 or more in lots In TAFT and the Investment will make you money. The Investment is In real estate, than which there Is no better security. It stands In your name. Every dollar invested will pay 100 per cent Interest within a year. That sounds large, but the facts are behind the statement. They have been proved in that section, notably Oklahoma, under less favorable circumstances, many times over. Remember, this Is absolutely a sure , . . - ONE HUNDRED PER CENT REAL ESTATE INYESTMENf. And Is available only to September 16. Call on or address,' -' v WEBSTER REALTY COMPANY, ' ' 442 Board of Trade Building, Omaha. I fy f ilf (' ! '.'' VI -- t .v.' JIB j -LU--- : Daily, September 15 to, October .15 the Burlington sells tickets to San Francisco, Los Angeles, . rortland,. Seattle and a great' many other Tacific Coast 'points-, at 7 rate of f 25.00. . r . f22.50 to Spokane; $20.00 to Butte, Helena and Salt "Lake City. Proportionately low rates to 'other western points. , ". ', Tickets are good in the Burlington's well-known chair cars ' (seats free) and in our clean and comfortable Daily Tourist Cars.' ,".. Personally conducted excursions from Omaha to California on Thursdays and Fridays. These excursions provide high class facilities to holders of these low, rate, tickets, and a double berth from Omaha or practically any Nebraska point to the Coast costs only $5.75. .. ,' ,( Let me send you folder and tell you about the excev lent service we offer for any J. B. REYNOLDS, City Pas. r, r i it h n n mamew U ; xcumon& Hatpmond, Iod 115.85 ........ ., Ft: Wayne, Ind.. $10.20 South Bend, Ind $17.30 Logan is port, Ind..... $18.25 Kokome, Ind. . . ........... $18.65 La Fayette, Ind '.. $17.85 Terra Haute Ind.......... $18.35 Vlndnnea, Ind. . $18.35 Efsnsvlllo. Ind.... $18.50 Indianapolis, Ind $19.40 Richmond. Ind. '$21.00 New Albany, Ind $21.25 Muncle, Ind...' $10.00 Elkhart, led... $17.75 On sale September 6", 13, 20, 27, October 11, Return llfhlT 30 days. ? Correspondingly low rates to many otlr points In OhloXIndlnua,, Illinois. Michigan. Wlscousln. Minnesota, Ontario, rw xor. iven-' tuekv. Tennessee, North Carolina Full particulars cheerfully given Street. Omaha, or write, ' W. !!. DRILL, Dist. Pass. Agt., Omaha, Fifteenth and Farnafn. u now in circulation there than in any other 110,000,000 will be distributed among t Uie the sale ot their ,ooal. lands. .- . . . ' TO; THE PACIFIC COAST; place west. " Ag - ent, 1502 Farnam St. Omaha. isnorsi s v VJA- Illinois Central R- Rv ROUHD'TRIP RATES FROM OMAHA 1 Sandusky, Ohlo........23.00 Toledo, Ohio, p.... 121.25 Columbus, Ohio $23.10 Dayton, Ohio. . . . ...... 22.03 Cincinnati, Ohio. 122.50 Lima, Onto...'.... $21.00 print-field. Ohio....... 122.50 Marlon, Ohio,. ........ 122.50 J-lndla jr, Ohio.'. . . .', .'. . -121.55 Gallon, Ohio. .......... $22.75 Louisville. Ky... ...... -$21.50 OwensboroKy, X. . .', . $24.0 0 and Virginia. at City Ticket Office,' 1402 Farnat