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ITE BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. .TUNE 4. 1003.
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City Help, aaa Till U Oa f Tka Tla. 50c 25c PIMEF CITY NEWS r Iteat FrUl St, 909 JUNE 90 SUM MON TUI WIO THU tm SAT I 2 3 4 5 b 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 IS 19 20 21 22 25 24 25 26 2728 2930 XtaTaUUsraa Edholm, Jweler. ' Omaha SUetrtoal Works rent motor, aaolpk r. Swobo4, Publlo Accountant Kluakart, pfeotofrapkM, lltb Farnanv turn, photo, ramovod to Ktb Howard. Oomba, xprt .Optician., Doug. Xa.(Utabla XiXa i'oUciaa, alant dratta at maturity. H. D. Nljr. tnanagar, OinaDa . . Xdia-wUA Duttar la churnad from paataur - 'Iad cream auld onl la cartona. David Col Crcuiuary Cf. Tiling tot Somo la aa ar aa paring rem. iora aavmga and Loan Aaao . elation will ahow lha way. Board of Trad building. eUxteentn and Farnam aticeta. Society of EeoBOmlo Traadon Tha ao ciety for economic freedom will nioet in regular aeiialon Friday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at the noma of Mr a. Lourttzen, ' Hamilton at reel. X.ong Time to Oet ZMvoroa Mra. Ellen liarria, who married Charlea B. Harrla December , isiO. la suing for a, divorce after twenty-nine yeara of married .life. NonwuppoTt la pleaded. . Hurrah for Kamlet In.luolng Arch Maya, ih gchlus hotel cook who wait atabbtd Saturday, not to prosecute I lurry . Nrlsvo, charged with cuiUag to wound, "Ju(l'c" Cooey Nelaun'a lawyer, had the cane dlftmlHed tn police court Thursday. riorenoe Calla for Belp While trying o rrt five men who were peddling aiolen ahoea, the city marahal of Florence wa tenable to handle all of them and two escaped lie haa asked the Omaha police to look out for them, furnishing descrip tions V ' " Xooiaatle gaaa tor Wagea - Unit for wagts a a domestic has been begun In diMtrtct court, Minnie Jensen, suing Mra. Tearl Rice. IMalntlff aver that she worked from Oiljbtr 12, 1'JU7, to August I, 1908, at the ratf :(K wk. She received she rays, nut of 124 due her. rredriekcoa Appeal Sta Oaae Admit ting tn hl tcsilniony that ho had violated 'the speed ordinance with hia automobile last week, H. E. Fredrlckson. the auto motive dealer, strongly protested In police com r ThtuiMUy when judge Crawford fined htm 415 and costs. The case waa appealed. BUflar Oeta Quite a gam Between f 5 and 1.5 va stolen from Mr. and Mra. George Soper Wednesday night when a tnnglatunlOuked a d;or to fhetr home at J4i3 Mrth Witeenth etraet and secured the mquey without their knowledge. The lotta was reported to the police, a prowler in the( neighborhood, who waa seen. Wed- ' nesday t enlng, belQg named, aa the sus- Wednesday evening, another man, for whom the police are -now searching, de cided that he would like to try a differ ent brand of recreation. 8o he Jumped into Keellne's auto runabout and sped away. It was No. 2389 Nebraska . and Is described as having two seats and a red top. Sseontlon Bay (or Bog If your dog la missing and you think the dog catcher haa It better "get It out" In a hurry or poor Kldo will never bark at the moon or smack over a bone any more. City Pound master Bell will put to death all the ani mals In the pound Friday at 8 o'clock. This will be his second 'killing, thirty-six hav ing been asphyxiated last week. He re ports that the caninea are coming In fast and he has to kill of the present batoh to make room for others that are expected. Jims Xarlte OoTeraor Johnson-Oover-nor John A. Johnson of Minnesota haa been invited by tha Jlmocrats to address them at their annual picnic to be held on July 5. No reply haa as yet been received from the governor. The" , committee appointed ' to make arrangements for the" picnic will re port at the meeting of the club Friday evening. v - Xanly VflU Speak la Omaha Former Governor Hanly of Indiana will deliver an uddreas In Omaha on the evening of Sunday, June 27, under the auspices of the Anti-Saloon league. He will Hpeak at the Auditorium and all evangelical churches wilt dismiss services that evening. "The Kaloon" will be the subject of the gover nor's addreaa. . Chanoe to Oet riling Fee Back Candi dates who filed for the Board of Fire and 1'ollce CommiHslonera prior to the adoption of the new city charter will have refunded their filing fee If they wll return their cer tificates to the city clerk. Until all certifi cates are in the appropriation ordinance authorizing the return of the filing fees cannot be paused. - Oradoatioa for the Deaf Graduation ekerclxes for the Nebraska School for the Deaf will be held Monday evening. "The Star Spangled Banner," 1 given as a "sign song" will be one of the novelties of the program Tha graduates of the school are Haiti Bauman, Martinsburg; Rula Ui sella Burt, Smlttifletd; , Fred Joel Hellsten, Omaha; Theodore Byron Kellner, Omaha; Jeeae McKntght.. Pent; John H. .Wrhjht, Jr., Napef; Robert Wilson Mullln, Omaha; Ducretla Banning Patterson, .Primrose; Chester Harrison Toxword, Pender. Onion Suoeeeda Crelgfe At the meeting of the board of directors of the Prudential Savings and toan company of Omaha Thursday mornlni C. H. Oulou was elected president of the oompany, vice the late Thomas A. Creltch. The presidency of the company has been vacant ainoe the death of Mr. Crelgb. No other business was transacted at Thursday morning's meeting of the compuny. , BRAMIS SATURDAY SALES Great Special Bargain Events Throughout the Store. SALE OF SHIBT WAIST SUITS I ect. . i J , XeeUne'i i, mnaaboat la Stolea While Arthur ft. Keellne, I2S South Thirty-firm street, waa enjoying a little recreation at the Racquet club on Sixteenth street t'aaght la the Aet and arrested by Dr. King's New I.lfe P11U, billoua headache quits and liver and bow els aol right. 3c. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Great Lace C'artafa v and PORTIERE SALE Monday, May 7. MILLER, BTEWART a BEATON, 41S-16-17 8. lth 8u Quick Action for Tour isonay Tou get that by using The Bee advertising column. Extraordinary Salt; of Oatrlek Flames A Great Event la Jewelry A Special dale of Watsta , Etc., Etc.,- Ete. Saturday will be a day of the moat ex traordinary special sales ever held at Brendeis atores. We bought 4,000 women' shirt walat suits, lingerie dresses and one piece frocks from a New York manufac turer. They go at sale In four lot at $1.60, tl.Bg, $2.(0, $2.9. BIO SALE OSTRICH FX.UMTCS. - An immense purchase from Albert Hoch helmer, TSS Broadway, Importer of oetrlch plumes. The bargain will be the moat ex traordinary ever offered In the weet. ' SPECIAL SALE OF SHIRTWAIST 8. All' the lingerie and tailored shirtwaists from a New York manufacturer (some slightly Imperfect) worth up to S1.E0, on sale In basement, 60c to 69c. GREAT SALE OF JEWELRY. A big special purchase of women'sand men s high-grade watches; also a sale of La Vallleres, bracelet, watch fob, stick pins, etc. BIO SALE OF WOMEN'S HOSIERY. An Immense purchase of a New York Importer's samples, bought from Wert heiber & Co., 524 Broadway, New York, at about one-third price. Thla hosiery 1 of the finest grade In all regular and out sixes. It la worth up to $1 a pair, at 24c a pair. MEN'S CLOTHINO SALE. An eastern manufacturer's aurplus stock of men' clothing waa bought by ua at a friction of Ha Value. Thla stock comprises men' high-grade spring and summer suits, including fine serge suit, worth Up to $26, which we will sell at $10 and $15 on Saturday. Also several hundred men' summer suits worth up to $18 at S7.4&. SALE OF MEN'S PANAMA HATS. We bought from a New York commis sion house 1,000 genuine Ecquadorlan Pan ama hat at lees than one-third value. The entire purchase will' go on sal Satur day, worth up to $12, at Mc, $214 and $3.M. All these sale take place next Saturday, June S. BRANDE1S STORES. Buried Under Load of Brick ' V Laborer is Bombarded by Wheelbar row Full While, Working in a Ditch. A Comfortable Trip TO w u I 1 PAUL and V) CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN Railway Tna day trata leaving Omaha at 7: SO every mornlDg, arriving St. Paul at 7:11 Minneapolis at 8:00 the sar.i. evening, baa aa Observation End Parlor Car with Dlnln. Room, whera moat delicious meal are served at all hour, You pay only tor what you set. Pull Information, Folders, Ktc., Krom MARSHALL fKAKl. C1TV PASS A TICKET AGENT, . - 1514 r'aruuM) bUetrt, John Luaao, an Italian laborer digging at the bottom of the new twenty-foot sewer at Fourteenth and Webster streets, was rendered unconaciou at 10.30 o'clock Thurs day morning when Dan Smith, another workman, accidentally dumped a wheel barrow filled 'with brick into the ditch There was a literal rain of brick and the wheelbarrow went, too. Luaso waa atruck on top of hia head and alao on the left leg. He was taken to the police dispensary at the 'city Jail in the uto patrol. Dr. Fitxgibbon attending him, Later he revived and waa found to be suffering only from a bad cut on the head and a badly sprained and bruised leg. He t as taken. o Seventh and Pleroe etreets. where he lives. THIRD JURY OF ELEVEN MEN Three larctHlvt t lvll tails Tried ta District Coart with Short Fasti. A few hours before he would have re tired with the other Jurora In the case of Doyle agalnut Franek, C. F." Leeder, a Juryman sitting undtr Judge Day, received a telegram from Illinois announcing that his mother was dying. The court excused him. Attorney on both Lldea agreed to ru on with eleveq men. I This is the third civil suit given to a tl of eleven men within a short time. r titewart case before Judge Day waa -d with that number, a Juror having urted lata one afternoon after drinking tly at iiootu The other Instance was '.tore Judge Bears when a Juror tried to j borre 11 from an attorney, They Are Trying to Take Joslyn's Castle from Him Two Suits Filed by Sutphens' Attack ing- Ownership of Million Dollar Place. They are trytng to take Oeorge Joslyn'i million-dollar castle away from him In dls trlct oourt. The first of the two suits filed by the grandchildren of Mrs. Emily M. Sutphen I blng heard by Judge Troup. The other case, Identical, Is before Judge Eetelle and has not been reached ;. The suits reach baek In their history to the will made by Mrs? Sutphen, who owned the five-acre tract MV which the "castle' atands. She made a 'will bequeathing an undivided one-half interest In the property to her husband durlrig his life and giving the other undivided one-half Interest her son, Charles DeWltt Sutphen. Her husband' name was DeWltt Charles But phen. ' ' The bequest was "with remainder" to the heirs of her son. Mrs. Sutphen died October SO, 1S8L and her will was filed and probated. Joslyn afterwird bought the property from the Sutphens, father and son, to whom It had been devised. The present complainants are the chll dren of the son and are Mrs. Gladys But' phen Klpllnger and Clinton Joy Sutphen. It Is contended by their side that their grandfather, and father could only tell to Joslyn their "life estates" that Is, their life Interest In the property. Therefore they say Joslyn has no right to the prop erty except during the live of ti e grand father and father. to the of a E. A. Ctidahy, vice president and gen eral manager of the Cudahy Packing com pany, Is a friend of the Missouri river the tawny, restless, raging flood, which few people in Omaha like, because It rear ranges geography, dabble In real estate and runs around at nights. In Kansas City, where everyone likes the Missouri river because It I better than the Kaw, after which the rlty I named Kawtown," Mr. Cudahy found that everyone who visited the city had to give an interview commending the Missouri river navigation or he would not get good meal. No need In giving tlpa to waiters or porter if a visitor Is "Interviewed" In newspaper and saya something nice about the Missouri river without referring to the way it , lunche on small villages and park, picking lt teeth with railroad tlet and allppcry elm. tnag which It catches In Its maw. This Is what Mr. Cudahy Is. said to have aald aome time between the hour when he was attempting to get to the city from the bunch of sheds which compote the Kansas City Union depot and the time when be struggled back through the tun- net to return to Omaha: Kansas City ta a great city, a truly great city; but with the low ering and equalisation of freight rates that will come with steamboat traf fic on the Missouri river It will be a greater city. Anything that Contributes to the commerce and the Industry of a "city helps, and nothing that I know of will help these cities along the Missouri river more than steamboat traffic." Mr. Cudahy said he was pleased with the work that haa been done this reason for flood protection here. "But." he declared, "the work ahould be kept up until the Improvement it an absolute guaranty of protection to all of the Industries, the railroad and the other great property Interest along the river. 'Business conditions everywhere In the United State are Improving. W are not a bit disturbed by the cry of the British people against the American packers. Why, the demand for meat here In the United States 1 so great that we have cut out our European fresh meat business because It Is unprofitable, Some of the other packers are selling fresh meat over there, but we are only sending cured and canned meat abroad. The growing de mand at home la what I keeping up meat price." Everyone would be benefited by taking Foley's Orino Laxative for constipation stomach and liver trouble, aa It aweetena the stomach and breath, gently stimulate the liver and regulates the bowels and Is much superior to pills and ordinary lax atives. Why not try Foley' Orino Laxa tive today T Sold by all druggist. Great l.are t'srUls and PORTIERE SALE Monday, May 7. MILLER, STEWART A BEATON. 413-IS-17 S. Ittth St Bee Want Ada. are business booster. mroitTANl 1IM The Narthweatara CHANGES. Line, Mat- 80th. Leave Arrive Omaha. Chicago. Omana-cnicago apeciai... uj pm t Warn 7:30 am I S am 116 am 1:60 pm t.li pm Colorado-Chicago (:10 pm Pac. Coast-Chicago ; pm Los Angalea-Chlc. Lira.... :10 pm Overland Limited 11:60 pm Daylight Special 7:40 am WESTBOUND. Leave Chicago. Omaha Special 1:00 pm Overland Limited i :00 pm Chicago-Denver 10:00 am Portland Limited lO.-Oii pra Chicago-Pacific Coast 10:4 pm Omaha-Chicago Specials in each direction are new trains throughout, electric lighted and serving dinner and breakfast. Offices, 101-1 Farnam street and Union station. Arrive Omaha. 8 :) am 1:io am 11 Jo pm 12:3S pra I.'M pi a , Building Permtte. W. W. Welch. Thlrty-flret and Farnam streets, trick apartment building, IJ0.OJ0; Mary M. Reed, Thirty-sixth and Dewey avenue, tl0,000; Dr. Ewlng Brown, Thirty fourth and Farnam Street, cement covered shed, $6."0; Thonuu li. Fell. Thirty-eighth and Dodge atreeix, frame dwelling, t3,500; P. J. Kalion. Zk2l Webster street, frame dwelling, -'.S00; William McKenna, Forty fifth and Cuming street, frame dwelling, $2 000; E. L. Hnyder, Thirty-sixth tret and La rt more tvenue, frame dwelling, $2,000; United Staleu National bank, alteration to bank building, i00. Welcomed By mtmk or ttrong ttoinachs Grape-Huts Tha pr-di treated tooA. Rebulldf body and brain. r "There's sw Reason Exclusive Shop for Dr. Milliner at Union Pacific New Building Will Be Erected on Or der of Mohler for Electrical ' " Expert. A targe experimental nation for Dt. Frederick W. Milliner, eleetflctt expert, will be built by the Union Pacific at the shops of that road in Omaha. A. L. Mohler. vice president and general man ager of the Union Pacific, haa become to impressed with the good work , along ad vanced lines btlng done by Dr. Milliner that he hat authorised the expenditure of a large turn of money to provide a build Ing and material for the dootor to -work with, ' Dr. Milliner has been working at the Union Pacific shops along experimental lines for tome time, but hi quarter Havn been crowded and he hat "not had the fsctil tlet to work on aa extensive a tcale at he would like. ,. Dr. Milliner " will now have an entire building to himself and will ba.- provided with tufficlent fundi. Hit firtt big work will be with an alternating current, on which he believes the future of electricity depends In a large measure. Dr. Milliner gained recognition all over the country a year ago when he fitted an engine tn the shop yards with a con trivance by .which It was handled by wire let electricity. This spring the director of the Omaha Electrical ahow asked Mr. Mohler to have Dr. Milliner give an exhibition at the show. The request waa pomplled with, and before the week was halt over Dr. Milliner was tha feature attraction of the shew. Hit feat of lighting the Auditorium by wlre lett electricity waa heralded all ovet the country. . Young Omahan Does Well Abroad , Stanley Letovsky is Musical Director at Kiel Opera House in Germany." Stanley Letovsky, who was In the Omaha High school class of IWt, and haa tlnce been purtulng hit violin ttudiet In Europe, hat come home for the tummer. Mr. Le tovsky met with great success In Berlin tnd Kiel, having held the. position of di rector at the Kiel opera house, an"unuual distinction for one to young. He will re turn to thlt position In the autumn. Mr. Letoviky'i compositions are being publiehed by one of the leading firms In Berlin and he la winning high rank for himself among musicians. A. N. PARSONS QUITS AMERICAN Geaeral Aaeat Rriltai aa Gaet lata Fruit land .Baslaeoe Oat la Orvgiaa. A. N. Pareona haa reaigned hia position a general" asnt of tha American Express company In Omaha to become general man ager of the Choice Fruit Land company of Grant'a Pass, Ore. Mr. Parsons it well known In the west, having been connected with the American express company for the last twenty-five years. Many year ago he waa traveling auditor and then general agent .t St. Joseph. Kansas City, Dululh and Omaha. He came here four year ago. Mr. Parsons It succeeded by T. J. Worth, man, formerly general agent of the com pany at Det Moines. Many prominent business men ta Omaha1 are becoming Interested In the rich fruit lanJs of the Rogue River valley In Oregon, where Mr. Parsons' land It tltuated. He htt been Interested there for nine montht. He will go out there soon and give his special attention to the buslneea. Hit res idence remains in Omaha a'tJAi.'j,a.ii-Biaisi U' JiL'AIUElUUIU IParveaiicx. Mat Sale Friday 500 Classy Panamas Were Purchased by us through Ecquador Exporters at Half Price " Worth up to $12.00 ON SALE AT !lLfl9 3o9 $!of Hand-woven by the native of Ecquador, which meant reraarkabl softness and events and a stubborn resistance to wear, Bought by u in bales and bleached by expert Americans ta $el the styles Into tbem. Mew Alpine, Planter and Telescope shapes small, medium and large. Look Again nt the . Prices and Come Early and Get the Finest Wc Will Make Great Reduc tions on Men's and Young Men's Spring Suits . SATURDAY See Window Display. Watch Friday Papers. J - THE HOUSE Of HIGH MERIT.' Syimi!rinier Trips TO THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST via OtraSotrB Pa5iFD Low Rates Now in Effect for the Following Occasions: ; The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition opens June 1st. The National Grocers' Convention, Portland, June 2-5 The Rose Festival, Portland, June 7-12. The Northern Baptist Convention Portland, June 25- to Jttlyl. The American Institute of Bankers, Seattle, June 21-23. The International Convention Ep worth League, Seattle, July 7-12. ... Visit Colorado, Salt Lake City and Yellowstone ,Na-' tional Park enroute. For descriptive literature and full Information relative to. rates, routes, etc., call on or address CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1324 FARNAMN ST. . .OMAHA, NEBRASKA. ' Phones Bell, Douglas 1828, and Independent A-3231 Man W FARES'EAST Round Trip from Omaha to Atlantic City, N. J.... $40.70 Anbury Park, N. J.. . .$40.35 Boston, Miibs. ...... .$40.60 Concord, N. IL. ..... $40.35 Detroit, Mich $25.00 Montreal, Que., . . $35.00 New York City ,$40.50 Quebec, Que. $39.00 Portland, Me ..'.$42.35 Toronto, Out ...$30.60 These are only a few of the attractive thirty day sum mer tourist fares on sale daily to many resorts in the east via the , . . ., CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY Long limit summer tourist fares to Wisconsin, Mich igan, New York State, New England and Canadian resorts. Let us plan your trip and arrange all the details. Informa tion and folders free. F. A. NASH, Tickets: 1524 Farnam St., General Western Agent. Omaha, Neb. i ... . rnBTTffflw""MHifT1ffiflHii 1'11'i'M ' '..'.'I JI'Mflll f iJIHI lilt 'f 'wyu-t'tiiij uu ""fjflCTTBTr'i ci op I pp Rupture of men, women tad children can be cured in a few Jaya without a jrtlcal operation, loaa of time or pain. TUe coat la governed by u site ir tlie ruptured oven ln( it be clceed. The money may be deposited in some um.lia Hiik In the nam. oi the patient or fuardlan. not to be paid aniil tha ture U completed. Thousands ot ruptured people have accepted theae t.rma during the past Is years n'l ill : , mi,, pl.tely tati.fud. Write or call for further information. JU VaVAatX U. VKA Sua alMlX. Omaaa.