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HIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, AUGUST 13. 1903.
5 V AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Twoatj-Foml Street PTing ITtj Be Delijtd Anstber Ymr, ISSUE . OF BONaS Will TAKE TIME l nntrr(tr Sot Inclined to Start Till Montf ' Bank and Tbl Will Sot Do oon. Even "with tlie contrac t for the paving of Twenty-fourth street li t, there Is no as- ii ranee that the paving win be completed, or even started thla year. At the next meet ing of the council bide for the bond must be advertised for and this will take four toon days. This will bring the opening of bids Into the first part of September. Then if the bonds are sold the purchasers will havo at least twenty days to sign a con trnct. After thla will come the lithograph Ins of the bond and the signing of the r.amo by the mayor and city clerk. When the bonds are signed And deposited the money will be forthcoming and not until then. By thle time It will be somewhere along In October and with frost the work may be delayed. Parks, Johnson 4 Parks secured the contract. One of the members of t!)ls firm said last evening that it would take at least a month to get material on the ground for the commencement of the worg. He further stated that there was no chance of the paving being started until the money Is assured. This means that the bonds will have to be sold and the pro ceeds deposited In bank In South Omaha before any effort will be made to secure material or employ men for the work. In his estimate City Engineer Real figures that the pavement will cost about jst.ono, but the bid of the Parks company cuts thin some and the bonds to be Issued will not t'.mount to over IM.000. People residing here appear to be anxious to have the street paved and the feeling In that the work be started as soon as possible. Penth of Harvey ItrnvrlcU. Thursday afternoon J. II. Renwlck. the 20-yoar-oId son of Rev. Andrew and Mary Jamison Renwlck, died at the family home on Twenty-third street. Harvey, as he was generally called by friends In South Omaha, was the only son of Dr. and Mrs. Renwlck and was one of tho popular young men of ,the( elty. Death was caused by Bright' disease. Tle deceased wss a graduate of the South Omaha High school,, of the class of 1902. Ho studied a year at the State university, taking the civil engineering course. From Lincoln young Renwlck went to St Louis and attended at Washington university two years, Being la bad health he returned to his home here a few weeks ago and h..s been confined to his bed a greater portion of the time. His death came rather un expectedly, as the attending physicians gave out hopes of recovery only a few days ago. Rev. nd Mrs. Renwlck are almost In consolable over the loss of their only son and their many friends are trying to make the burden as light as possible. The de ceased was one of the popular boys at the high school and many of the class of '02 will be grieved to learn of hjs death. Fu neral services will be held at the family residence on Friday afternoon at 4 o'cock. The remains will be forwarded to South Henderson, III., for Interment. Dr. Renwlck says that this bereavement Is especially keen, as his other son. Dean. died Just as he was -starting on his 21st year, seven years ago. One of tho most ,' comforting things to his parents Is that Harvey died a triumphant Christian death. Ilond nuyers Want Data. ' f IleehtervC &utaniingB at Toledo, purohas- ere of the Missouri avenue Improvement bends, have written Clerk Olllln for data. Histories of the bonds have been forwarded . along with proof of publication of the adver tisement In The Omutia Dee In addition to OMAHA MEN AND THEIR HOBBIES hy 4& .. if- , ( fft&a $4'$M I Piano Prices Reach the Lowest Level in August .VrV"' X Now Is the beat time to buy a piano. Together with the new fall toK arriving dull Is the many special values found ou every floor, good pianos that for some unaccountable reason buyers have overlooked, will bo cloned out quickly by a lower price, but In every lnxtancc the cut price Is plainly marked on the tag. Juat a year ngo we stirred up re markable, cutuualaaui over a similar offering and we have no doubt but these will go in a Jiffy. Ail are now, In perfect condition, in beau tiful stylt's of standard manufac ture, such as are made to sell for $360, $400, 1300 to (HOG each, are marked for rapid selling, at $175, $19i, t-UK fand $315. Nowhere else can Mchmoller & Mueller piano stocks or values be approached. We are now Knowing the newest styles of Stelnway & bona, bteger & Sons, Emerson, Mc rhall, Hardman, A. B. Chase, Hteck, Kurtiinan and over tweuty other makes that represent the best ob tainable In piano tirt. OUR ONB miCE BYBTEM ABSOLUTELY rUOTECTS THE BUYER. Now Is the test time to buy a good piano. SCIIMOLLER & MUELLER Piano Makers and Dealers. Temporary Location 1407 l,Iarney. OMAHA. NEBRASKA. Tel. II. B. BOYLES Schoolmaster. HOLDUP MAN VISITS HOTEL Jsite D. Hold of the Dewey Relieved of Eii Cpare Change, LEFT LOCKED IN A ROOM BY THE ROBBER Good Description of the Robber Far nlstied the Pollee, bt Thee Here Sot Yet Succeeded ta LeratlnSJ II I m. son will "maliciously and willfully shoot and kill him " The trouble li said to have b"rn etarted over the occupancy of ijmo land. SPECIAL TRAIN IS ASSURED Ak-ar-Ben Special Mill do to Grand Island, firrrlss Men and Women. the histories and proof of publication, the buyers want a certified ropy of the charter under whiph the city is working. All of the necessary documents have been sent to the buyers of these bonds and It Is ex pected tbat it will not be long until the announcement Is made that the bonds have passed the attorney's approval. When this notification Is received the city officials ex pect that the contractors will commence work on tho grading and paving. nallroad Will Par Taxes. When the city council met on Monday night John Flynn protested against the vii- ratlng of a portion of Twenty-seventh street for I'nlon Pacific depot purposes. He as serted that he had been Informed that tho Union Psclflo was preparing to fight the payment of special taxes for the paving of Railroad avenue. Mr. Flynn's argument had no effect on the mayor and council, as the ordinances for the Improvements were passed. To settle the mutter in his own mind, W. P. Adklns, president of the coun cil, called upon General Manager Mohler of tho Union Pacific Thursday and the mat ter was discussed. Mr. Mohler said that the rumor was somewhat new to him. In order to settle the matter, he directed that a check be drawn for the amount of the taxes and sent to the city treasurer at once. The Union Pacific's share of the taxes for this pavement Is 15,592, and is payable In ten annual installments of 5W each. It Is understood that the check to be sent will pay the entire amount. This special tax was due on April 18 of this year and the first Installment became de linquent on June 8. By calling upon Mr, Mohler, Adklns has secured the payment of the tax and put to rest all talk of a contest over the pay ment of these Improvement taxes. Aaraln Colled Ins; Statistics. Alonzo D. Sheets, representing the census bureau of the Department of Commerce and tabor, is here compiling some data for the use of the government. Mr. Sheets said that he expected to spend a week at the city offices looking into municipal financial statistics. This data is being col lected for the year 1!)04. Receipts and ex penditures, resources and liabilities, valua tion and taxation are being considered. At the city offices Mr. Sheets Is given all books by City Treasurer Howe and by City Clerk Glllln. In compiling these statistics Mr. Sheets does not take a copy of the monthly reports of the treasurer and clerk, but goes over the books, and verifies the statements issued by these officials. Wells Retarns from Portland. P. A. Wells returned yesterday from the raclfie mast. While away he spont some time at the Portland exposition. He said that while he met Quite a number of Ne braska people there, he found but few from Omaha. Major Clarkson has a couple of concessions which are paying nicely. One Is a ride In a balloon which Is held by a steel cable. Miss Cora Holmes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Holmes, is spending the summer there and Is having a pleasant visit with friends. Mr. Wells declares that the Portland show Is not nearly as good as the Transmlsslsalppl exposition of ltd. Maa-le lr f.'naalp. John J. Ryan has to the Pacific coast for a three wee!- John Daley. Twcnt. u and Jackson streets, reports the bin., of a son. B. R. Leigh is being tulked of as a re publican candidate fur police judge. Sol 8. Goldstrom has returned from a two weens stay in uie vicinity or leadwood, 8. O. Mrs. George Mc Pride Is entertaining M Ethel Cunning of Somerset, Neb., for a fuw days. Mrs. W. H. Earnest has returned from a three weeks' stay with relatives at Udell and Ikatrlce. F. M. filai'k. a mall carrier, has taken out a building permit for a dwelling at Twenty-second and h streets. The Christian church people, who pur chased ground at Twenty-lhinl and I streets, have given up the idea of building this year. Rv. O?orge Van Winkle, pastor of the Baptist church, writes friends that he is enjoying his vacation with friends and relatives In Ohio. Senator l C. Gibson Is getting to be an artist in the automobile rei-airlng line. Ho can Jack up his car and repair a puncturrj tire in about twenty minutes, and that is going some for an amateur. Rev. R. L. Wheeler, . pastor of the First Presbyterian church, writes friends here that he Is visiting relatives at Grand Rapids, Mich. H expects to return home In time to occupy his pulpit on tk-pleinber J. Last Supreme ACOTorC Jn a last supreme effort to cure constipa tion, biliousness, etc., like Dr. King's New Life Pills. S6. For sale by Sliei.nan & McConnelll Drug Co. GATHERS WRITES IT DOWN Serves Notice on Comptroller that "Grafting at City Hall MtiBt Stop." OBJECTS TO DELEGATES GOING TO TOLEDO Says If I.obeelt Issues Warrant for Money Appropriated by Cona ell He Will Rne tbat OHIclnl. Waving his hand John T. Cathers walked Into the city comptroller's office and point ing to A. T. Klopp, S. Roper C'rickmore and Sam Rothwell, who were occupying chairs, said to Comptroller Lobeck: "Grafting at the city hall must stop. In the presence of these witnesses I hereby protest against the Issuance of a warrant for for expenses of delegates to the con vention of the league of American Mu nicipalities at Toledo." Mr. Cathers glared at his audience but no one made any move to assault him. "That's all right," said the comptroller, "but to do this thing up real well you ought to write It out." Within a short time Cathers brought In this manifesto: ' On August 15 1906, the city council of Omaha appropriated the sum of I30( out of the general fund to pay the expenses of a committee to attend the Municipal league convention at Toledo, O. The resolution Is No. I hereby give you notice that If you issue a warrant for that money and the same Is paid by the treasurer, I will bring suit Im mediately against you and an concerned. It would be an illegal and wrongful ex penditure of the taxpayers' money. This graft buiiliietis niu.st stop. Zlmman Puts In. President Zlmman came to the legal de partment nnd told City Attorney Breen that he was surprised to hear he had been ac cused of graft. The attorney replied that he had no special desire to go to Toledo and that the trip had been urged upon him and he responded as a patriotic citizen, but that now if he went he would pay his own expenses under any consideration. Al though not committing himself, he said he thought It likely that the city has no legal right to spend money for the purpose. "If that Is true how about the $2,500 the city pays every year for electric street lighting during the Ak-Sar-Ben festlvalT" asked Zlmman. "I should say the city has no right to pay this money, because It comes out of the general fund, whereas the charter ,pro vldes that all street lighting shall be paid out of a special fund for the purpose," aald Mr. Breen, backed by Assistant City Attor ney Herdman, "Very well," said Zlmman. "I am In favor of cutting off this illegal lighting bill this fall. We can't be too careful try ing to pluase Mr. Cathers, you know." Comptroller I.obeck says his hands are tied for twenty days after the resolution reaches him, at the end of which time the protestunt must' make his appeal to the district court. Jesse E. Nold, night clerk at the Dewey hotel. Thirteenth and Farnam streets, was robbed by a man who came to the place ostensibly as a guest about 10:M o'clock Thursday night. A well dressed stranger came to the office, ) wnich Is In the second story of the building, and asked for a room for the night, he registering by the name of Oscar Brain, Des Moines, la. He presented the night clerk a ten-dollar bill with which to pay for the night's lodging, snd Nold, not hav ing sufficient change with him told the stranger that he would go down stairs for the money. Going to the bar-room below, he found the barkeeper was also short of change and he gave the bill to another party In the place to go across the street for it, and returned to the office, telling the stranger that his change would be forthcoming within a few moments. "I will Just go to my room and wait," said Brain, and into the room he went to "wait" for his money. Before leaving the room Clerk Nold put the key inside of the door, and when he returned with the money in about five minutes Brain was sitting on a chair. "Just come clear In," said the man as Clerk Nold started to hand the money from the hallway, and at this time Nold noticed that Brain had placed the key on the out side of the door and had closed the tran som. Not being suspicious, however, Nold en tered the room and was reaching In his pocket for the money when Brain put a revolver to his breast, with the exclama tion. "Just give me all that you have." Without a bit of hesitation, the clerk gave over all the money In his possession, which amounted to about $20, besides the money which Brain had given him. The stranger then deliberately locked the door from the outside, took the key out and placed it on the desk of the office and departed. When Nold had recovered sufficiently to figure out Just what had happened he climbed out of the window onto a balcony which leads to another room window, climbed in and was able to make his way to the office. He immediately telephoned to the po lice and was able to give a good descrip tion of the robber. Detectives Patullo and Home were at once sent out on the case. No arrests have been made up to an early hour this morning. Mr. Pates of the Hotel Reporter was In the office when Brain entered and states that he was not at all taken with the appearance of the stranger. Special Saaday Hates ta Crest West ern Park, Maaalasi. Iowa. Only one fare tor the round trip. Tickets en sale every Sunday to and Including Sunday, September 17. For further Infor mation apply to 8. D. Parkhurst, general agent, UU Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb. B-K wedding rings. Kdholm, Jeweler. DIE p. S W KEN ET Daniel, aged II years, at Mercy hospital. Council Bluffs, August lt. 1. Funeral Friday morning, August It, from family residence 1 Burt street, at s ) s m , to Holy Family church. IntcriuonL, 6L Mary's cemetery. Sadden Attnrk of Dysentery Cared. A prominent lady of Brooklyn, N. T., writes to Inquire where she can obtain Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. She says: "While stopping at a ranch In South Itakota I was taken 111 of what seemed to be cholera. They gave me some of this medicine and It cured mo. I brought a bottle home and have Just used the last of it today. Mother was taken sud denly 111 of dysentry and It helped her Im mediately. Card of Thanks. We wish to express our sincere apprecia tion of the many kindnesses shown us dur ing the recent long Illness and death of our beloved wife and mother, and also wish to thank our many kind friends, espe cially Washingfon lodge No. S7. D. of H., and the Victoria llertha lodge No. 134 for the love and sympathy shown us, and for the many floral tributes sent us during the long sickness and death of our wife and mother MR. TH FX) DOR VOGEL THKODOR VOGEL JR., JOHN VOOGEL, ALEX. VOGEU The special train to be run over the t'nlon Pacific Friday to Grand Island snl return on account of "Ak-3sr-Ben day" t the Hall county metropolis Is now as sured, as enough Knights of Ak-Snr-Ben and members of the Commercial club have bought tickets to make the occasion a suc cess. Quite a number of women will at tend. H. J. penfold, secretary of the Knights of Ak-Sat-Ben, wishes all those In tending to go to come forward as soon as possible and secure their tickets snd to In vite their frlrsde to go. Mr. Penfold may be reached at 14U8 Farnam street or by call ing up telephone 1357. The train will leave the Union station at R a. m. and return about 11:30 the same evening, giving the Omaha delegation v&bout eight hours In Grand Island. The rate made will Just about pay for the coal and oil for the en gine hauling the train. Testerday afternoon Mr. Penfold received a telephone message from A. W. Bttck helt. chairman of the entertainment com mittee at Grand Island for the Ak-Sar-Ben day festivities, that the Omaha crowd will be taken In charge at the station on arrival, escorted to a large public hall, where an "Ak-Sar-Ben lunch" will be served snd other frivolities Indulged In. The whole town of Grand Island will he bonded, over to the OataClty contingent, so Mr. Buckheit telephoned. Kscnpe the YrIo Fever. Mrs. L,. D. Vogel and daughter. Miss Fleming, hnve returned to their home, SSW Jackson street, after a visit to New Or leans, St. Louts and Kxcelslor Springs. They left New Orleans ths last part of April and now feel tlianful they did not exterd their stay in the stricken city until the yellow fever broke out. LOCAL BREVITIES. Deputy United States Marshal Allan has gone to tha Santee reservation after a bunch of Indian bootleggers suspected of taking liquor onto that reservation lu vio lation of the law. Rain last night caused the postponement of the picnic of the Castellar Street Pres byterian Sunday s hool, which was to have been held at the Vinton street ball park. It will be held this evening, when the regular program will be curried out and refreshments served. Green Cloud, Fish Tall Lincoln and Frank Seymour, a trio of Winnebago Indians who have been In the Douglas county Jail for several weeks past through some mis understanding regarding the proper method of distributing fire water on the reserva tion, were released on $Ki0 ball each Thurs day morning. George Crook pot, Grand Army of the Republic, and the Relief Corps was sched uled to have a picnic at Krug park last evening, but the severe storm rendered the carrying out of the program Impossible. There were several hundred present, who arrived abend of the storm, and they litirt a pleasant time. The plcnio will be held Thursday, August 31. PURE FOOD SHOW WINS CROWD t " Afternoon and Evening- See Throngs of People at tbe Aadl. torlnnt. Napoleon once said "Soldiers march on their stomachs." It is said the Little Cor poral did not mean that soldiers literally march on all fours, but that what they eat has much to do with, their staying qual ities. It has also , been said that could Napoleon's hosts hava.oeen turned loose In the Omaha Pure Food show the result at Waterloo would have been different and history not as it Is. The weather was a trifle Inclement last evening, but that little matter did not deter a fair-slued crowd from attending the food show st the Auditorium and being dined and watered at the many attractive booths and by maidens fair to look on. The Earliest Arrival created considerable merriment at the show laBt evening. H took a keen Interest n everything going on and never once overlooked a bet. He got Into the running at the McCord-Brady "Advo" booth, where several samples were tendered him and a large badge pinned on his manly breast. Over at the Beatrice Creamery company's stand he received a goblet of buttermilk made from Moadow Gold butter. He tarried at the Swift and Co. booth and was given a sample of washing powder. Just for old time's sake. With longing eyes he scanned the Paxton & Gallagher exhibit and proceeded to the Cudohy company's quarters where he said a sample of soap would complete his hap piness and make ths old woman at home happy. At the attractive stand of the F. B. Black company he ate same samples of chocolate and cheese and declared the samples right good. After all that he viewed the Schaefer Fruit Jar company's display, ate a biscuit at the Calumet Bak ing Powder company's section and then de clared that the evening had been for him one continual round of pleasure. The Earliest Arrival visited the other booths and gave a number of orders to be delivered through his grocers. He listened to the sweet music discoursed by the Round's Lady band. When last seen he was hastening to catch a car, with his arms full of samples and a happy smile on his face. He was the original Pure Food show man and did not seem to care who knew it. Interest In the show continues and seems to be Increasing from day to day. It Is proving quite an educational factor, partic ularly for the women folks. P. 8. The Earliest Arrival may have the sample of yeast he lost last evening by calling at the Auditorium bog office and claiming ths same. Been St. Paal aad Hetara $1!M DULUTH. ASHLAND AND BATFIELD and return 116.60 DEADWOOD AND LEAD and return (18.76 VERT LOW BATES NOW TO ALL POINTS EAST via The North-Western Line City Offices 1401-ltOl Farnam Street. Don't fall to take In. the C. M. B. A. picnic at Krug park Saturday. Prise races, games, eto. Admission tickets, lPc. On sale at Piano Player Co., lfilS-30 Harney, and Mulligan's bakery, lth and Dodge Sts. TUB MOTOR CARRIAGE. Just the Thing Yon Have Looking; For. Simple to operate, the cost Is practically nothing to maintain It. It Is the talk nt the town and will be the pleasure vehici. of the future. Is extremely fascinating to nus in. The side carriage can be detached In two minutes, then you have a motorcycle thai can be stored In the same space a bicycle can. We will be pleased to demonstrate this wonderful machine. LOUIS FLESCHER, 163 Capitol Ave. Open evenings. Special Fxenrslon to Clear Lake Saturday, August 19, 19C5, via Chicago Great Western Railway. Very low rates for the round trip. Tick ets good returning on regular trains Sun day and Monday, August 30 and a. For further Information apply to 8. D. Park hurst. General Agent, ltlj Farnam street, Omaha, Neb. SEASONABLE FASKIOXS. ARE YOU SUMMER TIRED? Are You Completely Run Down? Are You Listless, With no Appetite, no Ambition? Do You Feel that You Can Hardly Drag Yourself Around? Is Your Complexion Sallow? Are You Fagged Out When You Wake I'p In the Morning? Summer days are filled with disease for most people, Ocrms of various disorders are In the air you breathe, the water you drink, the food you eat. All doctors agree that Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey ts the greatest summer medicine for the weak, wasted and run down In body, nerve and muscle. absolutely free from fusel oil, It strengthens the heart, enriches the blood, tones up and Invigorates the whole muscular snd nervous system. If vou would keep healthy, strong and active, take a little Duffy s Pure Malt Whiskey before your meals, and put a tea spoonful In every goblet of water you drink. Pre scribed by more than lO.feO rhvstclans. and used ex. cluslvely In over S.000 hoscitala. Recognised hv the . , . Government as a medicine, hulj by all druggists end dealers at II 00 per bottle. Ixok for the "Old ChemiFt ' trade-mars. Medical booklet irre upon request, uuny .Malt w ntBKey company, Kochester, N. Y. First Kiat.or.al BanEx UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY Omaha, Nebraska Capital $300,000.00 Surplus and Undivided rroflts. .9329,337.63 Deposits $9,800,473.39 Herman Kountso, President John A. Creighton, Vice President F. U. Paris, Cushler. O. T. Konntze, Asst-Cashler. I Tj. Konntfe, At.-Oashlee. Ppeclal facilities and liberal terms offered for mercantile and banking accounts. Your business solicited. , Three per cent on Time Deposits. ivr iTiiif J PATRONIZE HOMR INDUSTRY. TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS AND SUITCASES. Genuine Mattinff Suitcaaes, very llht. Tho newest thing out. Price f 3.60, (3.75 and $4.00. WE DO REPAIRING. Omaha Trunk Factory, 1209 Farnam St. MAPLE' LEAF" R OUTS' SI Chicago Great Western Pailway THE, R.IGHT ROAD TO lxn heLakej ofM.NNEJOTA $12.50 FOfi Tf ftOUNDSRP TO ST. PAUL OK MINNEAPOLIS Ask for "Hints en Travel" CITY TICKET OFFICE 1512 FARNAM ST- OMAHA, NEB. SCHOOLS AMU COI.LKtiRS. FOR NO. W03-A FETCHING FROCK THK HOY OR GIKU Among frocks lor little folks there Is nothing more youthful mid n.-i immiK tha.i th oni iitce tirfss in plait rfferi. lltr! Is one showing broad plain In full length which furnih ample fullncRH for the nkiit ami give the little fello-v a trim, sturdy np Ix'urHnce. The frock clones at one side of the front beneath the gttnerous box plait and large pearl buttons add to Itx attrac tiveness. The belt, which may b of the material or leather, confines the plaits In long-walsted effect ami may be worn over or under the front box plait. The sleeve In the popular bishop model which Is so simply constructed. Illtie or whits Butch er's linen would mHke this small garment a very fetching one for summer, while any of the woolen fabrics niieht be ueil for cold we.-ither wear. Pattern No. VA comes In sizes 2 to 9 years. For the accommodation of readers of The lies these patterns, which unually retail at from 5 to 60 cents each, will be furnished at the nominal price of 10 cents. 1 A supply ts now kept at our office, so those who wish any pattern may get it either by call ing or enclosing 10 cents, addressed "Put tern Department, Bee, Omaha," SCHOOLS AMI t'OILKCHK, h afv WENTW0RTH MILITARY ACADEMY Oidait and Urmu in Mwl,n vm f.l LKlibTva, SO, I.J m MILITARY ACADEMY EUbHhed 1899, f " -rw ' m V. ,9 k-rs.r-'.. ,I.y.i.v.', . . - A school of the highest rrade for boy age. Organised on the nillltnry plan, but s tlonal needs. Mont comnlei,. nnrt clnh, tm f ed at a cost of over fiinri.iiori. Main building pieieiy ruinisnen. i'errect snnltary arran covering tlmunand acres, with lakes and w pletfly equipped gymnasium wlih swlminln ally large capable facnltv. Hmoo! rrn.nlt State Governments. Tuiilon. 1-idO.no no ex For Catalogue and ful s of good character above twelve years of trlctly adapting military work to eriuca- equipment In the Central Btates. establlsli ahsolutely fireproof. Single rooms, coin- cementa. Fine climate. Keautiful crounds ooded hills. I.arKe athletic field. Coin g pool. Attendance limited. Exception ed and Inspected by both the National and tras. 1 Information address General F. W. V. BLEES, President. 167 Fort Blees. Macon, Missouri, Western Military Academy Upper Alton, Illinois. fTth year. New fireproof buildings. Modern equipment. Delightful location. Numotr limited. Strong faculty. Trorough mili tary and ai'ttdemlo department. Local references. CoL Albert M. JaeWsoe. A.M Prsalaeal "TP COLORADO AND BACK n The degree team of Camp No. 1095, M. W. A., of South Omaha will give an exhibition drill at the Woodmen of the World carni val at Courtland beach this (Thursday) evening, August 17. Bee Want Ads Frvduue Results. Jaeebsoa t Aaswer rslk.r-is-Uw, Oliver Jaeobson of Fifty-sixth and I-av-enworttl streets has bt-en summoned to appear In Jmtlce Altstadt a court to answer to a complaint filed by Jacobaon's father-in-law. A. C. I.und. who would bind his son-in-law over to keep the peace. Father ana son-in-iaw win appear before Juiue I Altvtadt Saturday for a hearing. Kund alleges that Its la mortal fsar ll Jatiwb- i August 30 to September 4 the Burlington will soil tick ets to banver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo and return at this remarkably low rate. Colorado is a mile higher than tide water. Every cubio foot of her atmosphere is' charged with vitalizing ozone. A complete change of atmosphere and living are the first necessities of a vacation. Colorado's crisp mountain air, cool nights, vivifying waters and outdoor life thoroughly restore a depleted system. Better go! Write or call at this office and I will be glad to furnish you with a copy of our new Colorado Hand Book just off the press which contains a wealth of information about hotels and boarding houses in Colorado. It's free, t Pally until September SO tickets will be on sale to Colorado end return at $17 60, With, return limit of October 31t- v J. B. REY HOLDS, Ticket Agent, 1502 Farnam St., Omaha rT,'r -"-I