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THE BEE: OMAHA. THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1000.
BRIEF CITY NEWS SAME AS THE ZIMMAN BILLS 909 JUNE 909 v mom tui wto thu m sat 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2122 23 242526 2728 2930 t moot mm n. Radolpa . Swoboda, Public A New. Occupation Tax Ordinance! Are Changed but Slightly. FIVE PER CENT GROSS EARNINGS Ordlaaaee, If rMf Drnwn, tmn Kaeftva tmbfr Neat, bat PrMlrr Flrat Ta la Marrk, 1010. The new occupation tax ordinance Intro duced at the taut msnttng of the city coun Omaha Money Will Erect New Bank Building Local Capital, it it Planned, Will Put Up Structure at Sixteenth and Harney. TRAIN ACCIDENT OR SUICIDE Question Now it, Did John Brakefield .Seek Dath on Track t NOTE SUGGESTS THE POSSIBILITY Jehn r. Flack, president of the City 8v. Ings bank, returned from Chicago Wednes day, whr he went In company with di rector of the Inttftutlon to discuss building Letetr Konnd la Ilia Pocket Calves Rlee to Belief that He Wn Drepoadent and Waated ta Die. .....p. w. iwttou, public Accountant DUtra "l "" v. ' Plana for a new benklrg house and office Mel", art' J,hotoP. Farnam. cil are practlca y Its sams a. thos fall,- fcuM t s)(,nth .nd street., eya, photo, removed to llth at Howard, ered by Councilman Zltnman In the last . . . . " P"t opt.c..h fH0ruri council. The public service corporation, C Xtaalt-bl Ufa -poiim.. .i.h. ,.. 7. I , . hand the bulging propo.ltlon of the bank maturity. H n. Neely. manager. Omaha, mm th. nt. i...rv . ... nf & n,r cent h "n P1ed- rtl1 nm r,urn nA no,h ja. Moor la now with til I ih.ir .i,.nin,. 'ng coum ne given out oy r. rum oi a If oae.ed a orlelnallv drawn, the ordl- n nature nancea will become effective on Beotember 11 una-rstooa tne laiesi pian is io L 1309, though th first tax payments will hv building erected almost exclti not be made until six monthe later, or on slvely with Omaha capital, except the loan ..... a ifttn Th k. imiA I which It is usual to secure on such build ings and Ixwn Association earn six per Lnuany' on Marcn l an(1 8.pt,.mDer i 0f Ings, thus giving them an opportunity to , Marts an .account. 103 Farnam. -nion uumiimg Co.. 1315-17-11 Farnam St. IdlewUd Butter If churned from pesteur lxd cream and sold only In cartons. DavlJ cole Creamery company aTlnsf Acoonnt. In the Nebraska Sav Commissioner Busy en aVoads The each year on the gross, receipts during the help pay for themselves. preceding six months. "Looking over Omaha. It seems to we Under the original draft of the ordi- the city Is going forward at a rate not ex- conditlon of 'roads has taken up a good deal nances and as passed the first two read- celled by any city In the t'nlted Plates." of time on the part of the Board of County Ings, Interest of 1 per cent per month will said Mr. Flack. "From what I can learn Commissioners, members of which say that attach If not paid when due. Ijt not paid at least four sky-scrapers will be erected complaints to lliem huv not been as ln 8lx months an additional tax of t pet here within a short time, counting the Woodmen of the World and the Cnlon Pa- tiumerous this year as In the oast. The ce,lt wl" b 'Med. 1 . - . . . . . . .. I chief work now In progress Is the reoalr u" lne lxr1 a" of March and scpiem- clfic headquarters buildings. All these of the Military road from Irvlngton east, bel the ,fcted franchise corporations buildings seem to be demanded to make which has been torn up for a long dis tance and will have a tarvla surface laid, Jo Levin All fed Bankrupt Creditors of Joe Levlna, merchant of North Six teenth street, have filed a petition In the must file with the city a complete and horn for expandlng business. Vnlted States dlstrtot court asking that raonth detailed statement of Income and gross receipts. Should this not be done the tax against the companies shall be fixed as follows: Mtreet railway companies, 000 per ho he declared a bankrupt. The petition ing creditors are the Luger Furniture com pany of 8t. t-sul, the 8t. Paul Table com pany, the Art Stv. company of letrolt utid 'lie Brown Bed company of Kansas City. vhoe aggregate claims are about $1,500. The petition alleges that the firm Is Water work companies, Ib.tolQ per month. Telephone companies, 4,000 per month. Electric companies, (2.0U0 per month. Oas companies, $2,000 per month. Telegraph companies, $300 per month. The books of all franchise corporations occupying the streets and coming under "As to Sixteenth and Harney streets, the matter Is ln the hands of Mr. George. Nothing had been signed up when I left Chicago, and I have been Interested In the building proposition only a little more than three weeks, but It seems to me the plans will work out without trouble, and every one concerned Is more hopeful than ever before of securing a good building at Sixteenth and Harney streets." A note found In the pocket of John Brakefield. who was finally Injured In the Missouri Pacific yards near Fourteenth and Nicholas streets at 11 o'clock Tuesday Ight. and died this morning at the Oen- ral hospital. Indicates that he might hve aken his own life ln a fit of despondency The note was scribbled on a piece of paper and was at follows: O'NEILU Neb., June 8.-Mr. Wads- worth: 1 have had a wrong deal out there. So I have quit." The note was not signed and evidently wa left unfinished. Itrskefleld was "dead broke," having spent hits last penny for a box of snuff, which was found unopened Irt hla pnekcta. He had evidently been looking for work and from the contents of the brief note had ben disappointed In some "deal." Coroner Heafey has taken charge of the case and In conducting an Investigation to establish beyond a doubt the mnn's Identity and locate his home and relatives. He will hold an Inquest at 10 a. in. Thurs day. A memorandum book found In a pocket of the train victim's coat give an address at O'Neill, Neb. Communication by long distance tele phone with O'Neill failed to establish any proof of the man's having lived there. No one by the name of John Brakefield or Wadsworth could be found. Inaolvtnt and already made an act of bank- th provUloniI of any of tll. Blx ordlnance. ,u"u' "-..".erring certain rea. estate muU ,t Ume( be Qpen , ,he lnFpectlull f"""" -rr.....-r. .or im urpur. o, of du)y Buthorlle c)y offlcials. defrauding the petitioning credltora and others. I Chaages May Make Troablr. llttla Out Qoii to Jail with Mammr I A th ordinances were drawn by Harry A $-yar old ghl lucktd up at the police E Bui'nam, city attorney, to take the place i-tatlun Is the circumstance ln the case of ot B,nllar ordinances drawn and Introduced little Larte Moore a colored child h former Councilman Harry B. SHmman, tas just passed the plcklnlnny period of bul thre of ,hm ther Ppear to be litr life. But she is not a prisoner, except changes which, according to Mr. Zlmman, VETERINARIANS OF MISSOURI VALLEY ARE IN SESSION Me.rly On Hundred Delegate. Opening Meetlna; and More Ceme Later. Nearly 100 veterinary surgeon are ln at tendance at the annual convention of the Missouri Valley Veterinary association at the city hall. The convention will close Thursday evening. No set program was carried out at the opening session due to the lateness of ar rival of some of the delegates, who put In H,.l h.- mh I. ,nA MA "1. '""-' "i "l""1"1 ""S"i Iha . a t. m. I cause irouuie. woe seciion i.ccliiib .ireei at the Brown flats In the Third ward, waa the gross receipts of the .aid company de- the tlme visiting. The program called for ai iested fur being Intoxicated and dlaor-I rived rrom its business as a common car- election or orricers at tne nrst aeasion, but derly and sentenced to serve five day in " ?. -.T.1?, .""aA. " 1. . X th,B PPor.ed until Thursday morn Matron ti niiuna' 1pnaitmn' or the p v ih. lt nmha 1 ui nit 1.11. Hm llttlp clrl Is nt.vin with her No tax or portion of tax In the ordl- preeioeni, ur. j. i. umson or ues Moines. naii;v iJiuuura lur nii.u ue nKnewru in mo aiiernoon tne veterinarians at agalnst or levied upon' or taken from any ,.,., ui t-.- r r a i out the state of Nebraska, but the same mere w shall. In all respects, be exempt and ex- cases of various kinds for surgical opera cepted rrom the provisions hereor. tlon, for diagnosis, and showing the effect According to Mr. Zlmman, It would take 0f previous operations. lot of figuring to ascertain what It was Lagt nlght the visiting doctor attended to pay on. la banquet at Hanson' cafe. Th ordinance governing telegraph and The program for today It: telephone companies specifies that a tax I Election of officer. hall not be collected on business done " JdL?'- j:LUTrJ-J- J3"??0". outside the state, but only on messages Animal Sera and Vaccine. eent from Omaha to points within Ne- ; Dr. A. T. Kinsley. while she serves the term. lugger. Better, Busier That's what ad vei Using ln The Bee doe for your bust i-.fc. 100 Years Hence No More Drudgery Just Live To ( Enjoy Yourselves. Ella Wheeler Wilcox believe In a hun dred year all drudgery will be done by machinery. ' We will fly through th al jn the nlngs of the wind and have tlre brabka and message received ln Omaha Treatment of Suppurative' Conditions by from points ln Nebraska. Tax Within the City. The water works company' ordinance the Production ot Opsonins Dr. P. nnmrl The Cardiac Mechanism, and How It la inriuencea ny Drugs. .ur. K. F. Bourne. Keports ot eases. provides for collecting a tax on receipt I The Score Card System of Dairies.. for water furnished to "Inhabitants and Dr. Oeoree H. Olover nupiure or tne oesopnagus. ... tp. see. gnd enjoy ..all the wonders of the con.umer of Water within the corpqratp . ";-Mu;- ':("'Dr-T,B. Merchant vorld and pcrhap. of the heaven, which "mlts of the city of Omaha.-" South rjiarTlc. In Veter"Sary Prarti..?!!. are now sealed books to the majority be- Omaha, Florence, Benson and Dundee bust- Dr. D. M. Campbell c-uce of the eternal grind of every day ness Is excepted. P'!""l?f.. '.?. ."?.??. 'd? "cBeamont lite. - The omaha o company is now paying Equine Pneumonia Dr. C. L. Barnes, Look back a 100 year and the change the city a royalty of E cent on every 1,000 Hg Cholera :'-rir- J- w- Connaway, ..i... v. " J"i"- " . ' -, I irri boo vwifau.... a I ( Su Djrct not given) Dr. R I. Fnl.a how we travel, how we communicate, what olty. gas old the city being exempted; Hemorrhage Following Castration ln Morses ur. w. K. tiarnerd .,... ipiny i now paying a royalty or a per phones, fast trains and mail ateamers. and cent on It gross receipt, from private PROPERTY OWNERS KICKING hculthful foods. consumers, and the Independent Telephone Today Instead of loading our stomachs . to M v - mv.itv of 2 Isadora Klealer Ask. Redaction la ..-tel. I. . ....... .... k,..l.. U -"---- r r- . . 1 . ' ."T" '".--"". " oer c,nt on ft aroBS receipts, but never ""' Hla Haraer the bruin and retard our mornings work, ' . ... . , i gtre I ,. Thi rnvtlMH rnu(reH hv ir!jttlnff I aireei rials. tat delicious E-C Corn Flake, or Egg- ... " . .. . nrdlntnrH nr nnntrActs are to be deducted o-see ntat nakes, maae by tne ramou y; - " A Plea bv Isadora Zleeler to hav. re. .... - . rrnm r rt ak ransti tj m n.rnra ina iirriinBiinn i - - i-.fW-o.nee process tnai insures perrect ' t " r duced a $44,000 assessment on hi flat at dlglion. . nign nutrition ana greater ' Twenty-.ixth and Harney street wa the strength. . r" - principal one which came before the Board . -m ... I mta STl wr7 in itlA ' I r atM nvt ire. rat I ' Always ready to serve, gooa tor oaoie. .K. of Eaualliatlon. Ziegler said he Greenough Steals a Loving March Superintendent of Rock Iiland in Iowa Slipi in Town and Gets Married. H P. Greenougli. superintendent of the Iowa division of the Hock Island, ellpped into Omaha unannounced Tuesday after noon, secured a marriage license and on Wednesday morning was married at Ben son to Helen M. Bllne of thai suburb. The marriage was performed by Father Mol arity. After the ceremony Mr. and Mis. Oreenough left In their private car for a tour of the east. SOME OLD CASES HANG FIRE IN THE FEDERAL COURT One Against t'nlon Purine and Tele graph Com ponies Date. Bark Twenty Year. The oldest esse pending In the United Mates circuit court for the Omaha district dalles back to September. 1RS9. The title of the case Is The United States against The Union Pacific Railway Company, The suit is based upon controversies be tween the t'nlon Pacific Hallway com pany and the Western Union Telegraph and Atlantic Telegraph companies relative to the merging of the Interests of the tele graph companies under governmental sanc tion whereby the United States is forced into the attitude of plaintiff. The case now stands on the mandate from the circuit court of appeal, to amend the finding In the decree of the lower court. No action ha. been taken In the case for two years. Another relic In federal legislation Is the case of Annie Gross against Llbhlo Gross and other In a suit for an accounting of an estate. The case 1 a sort of a family affair and has been pending since 1&9. Since the beginning of the case some of the children of the litigants have become lawyer and now appear as attorneys ln the case. The Grosses became possessed of con Iderable property ln and about Omaha at an early day and through the death of aome of the original possessors of the land the case got ln the federal courts with" various groups of lawyers, Some of whom have died or withdrawn from the ease. In the meanwhile much of the prop- erty has become dissipated In court and attorneys' fees. 1 ,, One of the later attorneys I ex-Senator W. V. Allen. Nothing ha been done in the case for a year or two and the case now stand upon the exceptions to the re port of the master in chancery. The rec ords In the case occupy an entire lower half of one pf .the big book case in the office of the circuit clerk. - EVOLUTION OF THE SEEKER FOR LAND IN THE WEST Prom Wandering; Prospector He De velop, to hren-d Man of Mean, and Parpose. All trains to the north and west out of Omaha Tuesday af term. on and evening and Wednedy morning were filled to the guard and most of them rarrlrd extra cars to accommodate the large movement of land seekers. Tuesday wss home.wkers' day and thousands took advantage of the ow rates to go to Wyoming, western Ne braska. South Dakota and Montana ln search of homes. The movement this spring has been the argest In the history of the efforts of the railroads to build up the west. It Is an entirely different movement from those of the early days, when a man with a one horse wagon and a large family went to undeveloped regions and h"oke the virgin soli. Now the settlers are traveling ln first-class railroad trains, with plenty of money In their pockets to buy the land the United States government and private en terprlse are offering for sate. The new settler Is often a son of some prosperous farmer In the middle states, skilled In farming and supplied with plenty of money with which to erect himself a home and to buy farming machinery. Irrigated land I. in the greatest demand The public has been educated up to this class of the new land and whereas, five years ago. It was almost Impossible to sell an Irrigated tract, now a large area of land Is thrown open for settlement and Is almost Immediately gobbled up. A Pleaaaat Surprise follows the first dose of Dr. King's New Life Pills, the painless regulators that strengthen you. Giaranteed. Sc. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. had Lest for lnvallds-the sensible breakfast for con.umer wi..b reet ot gaa ana to tne property not lon for the business man or th. bu.y, energetic S"" wT "ZllnZZ leT y .'''hatmaTeTt;. .0 '. Sn.T. l.TrT ...,,. not falrly be deemed proceva that make tne riaxe so crisp ana . . ., to have Jumped over 100 per cent ln twelve delicious.. Cool Summer Serges Nicoll's Special Oder! FULL BLUE, BLACK OR CRAY SERGE SUIT vi Mnt lai nn thla total would h f13 .v. - I . , w. fust TS Aa it nava a rovaltv on rltv exrvnted ",u"1" h..ln..a of ISb.s.71.17. deductlne thla. the -n'K. es.or onnver am not think Lrrnnatlon tax. according to the reeelnt. th "sessment unUlr. figuring on of last yea.-, would be about $8,000 addl- rental Income bast. Action waa deferred ttnnal. DV lne DO"ra, In 1WM ths Omaha Ki-rtrlo T.lrht and winer compiainta or ma day were Power company paid $14,451.80 ln royalties, I "mailer. John M. Ware had $2,000 cut off on aalea amounting to JM81,82.71. The extra "Is personality assessment. Last year he 1 per cent over tne I per cent now paid, i "u men n pui it making the 5 per cent occupation tax, I lnto building on a hitherto vacant lot, would be charged only on It totul lalex. I t"l Improvement being, of course, duly which last year amounted to $553,809.23. A assessed a realty. nr Mnl aililltlnnal tav WAlild ammint I 1 m " - I f f r t r- I . n m. - . according to the 1908 figures, to $U,0M.18. I J. i. LUULLT MULUd I Kit SACK Receipts of the other public service cor poratlon are not to be had, but the orlg-1 Depaty Sheriff Steal. March on the tnal Zlmman ordinance were estimated to I Lawyer. Gettlaa Avar with bring ln a total revenue rrom an companies! His Client. of approximately isw.wu. oi wnicn tne .-But he ca.t hmv, left towni.. as.ertM Street wanway company wouia nave to pay j, s. Cooley with vehemence. nearly heir. I --He has left town, r-nniDtl I Ulc TUC PAT MCC I Br"ey- VtUbrxntLU nsj int. uai ortot Cooley had tried, through an Insane war DR. PRIBBENOW AP0LIGIZES TO COURT FOR SWEARING I'se What the J edge Terma Unnarlla mentary Language and Then Bnrk. Up. Dr. B. Prlbbenow narrowly escaped a fine from Judge Kennedy In district court for "unparliamentary language." Qulzxcd by H. H. Bowes, the doctor wa. moved to remark of the assumption In the question: "It's an infernal untruth." A little later he employed an adjective more popular In England than America and brought down the wrath of the court. The wltnesa apologised. The . suit Is a small one over a building contract brought by John Routzen against Swan Swanson. Dr. Prlbbenow was a wltneas for the defendant. returned Sheriff With an extra pair ot Trouaere of game or ' striped material $25 Tailored to your measure ln the the Nlcoll way with guaranteed satisfaction. TAB LOT WILLIAM JKKJREMS' SONS. 8O0-11 Booth 1Mb Si. nothing Too Good for you. That why we want yog to take CASCARBTS for liver an3 bowels. Iff not advertising talk but merit the great, wonderful, ldng"wit of CA5CAfeETS that w want you to know by trial. Then yoq'll have faith and join the mil lions who kep well by CASCA RETS alone, CAsCAsarrs n a a Uaaiweai. all drug rlats. Bil Ml'ar (a th vetld. atuUna . uwaua. I rdnt In lcBtf.it nti. 1 I c fihwul.. - v . He Get. It aa t h.aae af Yea.e t rom . " " 7 J.. J T.' " the Justice Temple Ea.tntaa. of tng taken weat by a North Platte deputy sheriff on a burglary charge. The deputy heard of the other' maneuver and sua A...fllu i. ..H t ttA , K a In ...... n,ll . I . . ,1.... - .,.ll k.. th. n.. .. ... I """J - .... ""Hi mo irmui the way Judge E.atman put It In 'telling P' VL '"l ?0V hld lh of the transfer of the case of Haselton . """" "' i ., , , , . , , ,Aition wiin me .nenxc. the Jubtlce court of Judge Cockrell, whei it will come up for a hearing Friday at I p. .... The change of venue waa granted fuei-day at the urgent request of Mr. Murray, one ot th defendant, in the can. Judge Eastman aald Wednesday that the kittle. In the litigation, born to the cat while In the home of Mrs. German, were now ln the possession of Mr. Haselton, 0ner of the feminine feline and plaintiff In the pending case. Those Who Do Things A GREAT tALE Or RIGS. Braadels . Makes tpet Cash Parrh.se f a Prominent Eastern Mill. SALE BECUNS NEXT MONDAY. We announce positively the biggest bar gain In rug ever known in Omaha at 'ha sale which will take place next Monday at Brandels titores. - We bought the entire stock on hand of an eastern mill. 9x12 Axmlnster Itugs, -worth $30, will go at $15.98. . xU Wilton Velvet Rugs, worth up to $5. go at $17.S. xl2 keamJesa Wilton Rug, worth $55, will go at tJSM. Hi room ! Brussels Rugs will go In on lot al $7.i. Small si Wilton Rugs, 27x54, worth $5, will go at $2.M. i $8 Wilton Rugs. xJ. will got at $48. And hundreds of other extraordinary bar gains next Monday. bRANDEIj STORE. The men and women of today who do things must be strong, healthy, active. Their blood must be pure and rich, their nerve forcea strong and perfectly balanced, their brains clear. In short, they must maintain vim. vigor and vitality in every function of life. Pafcst Extox& lVC5TTilc is the surest agent to bring about this condition. It stimulates every function of the body to work at high pressure. Those persons suffering from vital exhaustion, loss of appe tite and general debility will derive the greatest comfort and benefit from its use. mi' ( It Bmt Pal a r REPAIRING THE AIRSHIPS Fort Omaha Aviator. Are Mending Ballaoa. Wrecked la the Last Plight. Ballooning at Fort omaha Is taking a rest on account of the unfavorable weather. Repair, to the damaged dirigible balloon have not yet been completed. Part ot the machinery to supplant those put out of eommlsaion In the wreck of the balloon two weeks ago are of such a delicate na ture they will have to be specially manu factur'd and the Fort Omaha authorities are awaiting their arrival daily. Captain Charles DeFoieat Chandler, who has been assigned to duty as chief dis bursing officer of the Signal Corps, will leave for Washington thla evening. The actual balloon work will be left in charge ot Lieutenant. K. 8. Bamberger, J. O. Winter, C. A Dickinson and J. F. Ware. As soon as the dirigible I again put In repair another detail of officer students will come to Fort Omaha from Fort Leav enworth for Instruction In th art ot bal looning. 1,000 PHIZES G1VEX A WAV. Brandels Store Offer Fine Prise, for Children. Compositions. Hundred, of cameras, tennla racquet, gold watches, gold rings, fountain pens, gold pin., base ball glovea and other things dear to the hearts of boy and girl will be given away at the end of two week' time. These article are prises offered by Bran del for th best compositions written by school children on "Gas and It Uses. Hundreds of children have registered, at tracted by the Immense number ot prizes that will be distributed. An easy way to get a fine prlxe. Every boy and girl should know about It. Any clerk will explain It at BRANDEIS STORES. ,, lys.mrannr its siretii .nth awnsssi, a ir 9 a- Order a. Dose a from Your Local Druggist PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Samuel Burna. Jr., ha gone to Chicago Lieutenant Colonel Eastman haa gone to the Black Hill. The senior class of Cielghton university win banquet at the Rome Thursday even lng. Brigadier General Charles Morton will return from his eastern visit Thursday or r rlday. William Flvnn. Henry Relnel and M. W Bradlev lrft Wednesday morning for a trip to Tuiais, CfcL lUD :r go FISHING Willie the fishing's fine! There's one so long BETTE A- Lakes on the a-waitlng to grab your hook and line Among the Minnesota Seymour I'ark Attraction. Green's band announces an entirely new program for Its concert tonight at Sey mour Lake park. The band, playing every night, as well as Saturday and Sunday afternoons, Is proving a strong drawing card. 1 Several big picnics, notably that of the A. O. U. W., have secured dates at the park. The unequalled facilities for picnic parties, extensive wooded lunch grounds. a large dance floor, boating, fishing, a fine bathing beach and good roads, will make Seymour Lake Park a popular picnic resort. The park announces an Innovation In the operation of Its dance halt. On every Monday night an old-fashioned country dance will be held. Dancing Is now In dulged In every night at the dance hall. As the result of great effort, the new streeet car line has been put In condition to handle any slxed crowd. Three car are ! now In operation, giving a quick service. In addition, the connecting link between the city syatem and the Ralston Intcrurban will be completed this week, and Sunday will see Seymour Park car running to Sixteenth and Howard streets. The Seymour Park theater will give It first performance Thursday night. The Tomson Comedy company, which will occupy the theater all summer, will present "My Daughter's Husband." A special scenlo production will be given. Northern Pacific Railway Thourmda of beautiful lakes abounding ln game fish easily reached by convenient train service. Those who get their requests in before the books are all gone will receive a copy of "Minne sota Lakes" a work oi art to make the angler's mouth water. Well illustrated, with oover in handsome colors, it describes the various outing spots, lakes, hotels and rates, how reaohed, kinds of fish. eto. Address A. M. CLELAND. Gen. Pass. Agent Northern Faclho Railway. St. Paul. d-lnn.. or E. D. ROCKWELL. DlHtrlt t Passenger Agent 211 Century Bldg . Des Moines -ex-" . v . j rnt "ear i m - m t w f f terrrvn aos . s te k nvraT . Drawn for Nebraska Clothing Co. by ll. Cory Kllvrrt. teQuite a Trick" to clothe the boys in such a manner as to milt both tholr parents and themselves. We favor and strongly recommend the new Wash Suits (or boys of three to ten years. These Suits ars the very choicest we were able to secure snd sre made of the beat, fast color, washable materials, both domestlo and Imported. The styles are all new this spring, the colorings exceptionally attractive and the patterns exhibit a great variety. Prices range from Sl.OO to $4.00 Extra Special A special lot of Boys' Washable Bloomers, ln sizes from to 10 years, offered at Just 23c 07 below their vslue; on sale at C "THE HOI SE OF HIGH M Kit IT" Suggestions for Summer Trips To the Lakes of Wisconsin and Michigan; a trip over the Great Lakes; down the St. Lawrence River; to the Adiron dacks; or to the resorts of, Eastern Canada, New England and New Jersey seashore. Hundreds of places to Belect from, all best reached via the CHICAGO MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL RAILWAY Let us plan your trip and arrange every detail, includ ing reservations on Lake steamers. Low 30 day summer tourist fares to many points in the east. Information as to routes, etc., at City Ticket Office, 1524 Farnam St., or write, F. -4- NASH, General Western Agent, OMAHA, NEBRASKA Hew York and Return Tickets on sale daily, good returning thirty days from date of sale. Correspondingly low rats to many other eastern points. VIA ILLINOIS CENTRAL Liberal stop-overs at Chicago, Detroit, Niugara Falls and other points of Interest. Reservations and detailed information at City Ticket Office, 1402 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb. expresses in a limited degree only, the magnlflcanc. of th scenery in tn. Canadian nocaies vieweu enruuie ia u ALASKA-YUKON-PACIFIC EXPOSTION Stopover without Vxtra charg at the famoua resorts: Baaff Lake Louise riela Olaaler. This "Iand of Enchantment"- la reached only by th Canadian Pacific Railway Through train to Seattle from St. faul'datly at 10:1 a. tn. Low Exouraloa rates from all places to Seattle and all Puget Bound cities and return. Alaska and return from Vancouver 1st, by Can. PaclfiS ttetmrn. Ticket tor sale by asrents of all ratlwaya. Send for literature and Information. A. C. Shaw General Agent, Chicago. NORTHERN MICHIGAN LINE The Elegant Lake Steamships MinltouM-MMltiourr-,'llllnolt" r varus,! rrv between Cblcv ! Mark. . una v! dm Ilid ana other famoua puhioh OtsMT Noribra Mtchlgao, r-ina- tifi 1'ralwatar llnd Ludlntrtoa Sortbport lth ai) nawiisffiaAk, -toaains V n aK MuUtM 1 rax-iarClty tlarlKr awrtlta tt JSyJ5 ' Tt Frauklurt f barlaxaT. fct. Itiiua ' 1 1 fit (iIm lla fatuakrr Mm kiuac Id and Ma. Maaltou Her View OiaboT.e A 1km lw.ul at4amhlpa r laoni tl.a Aat aaa Umt agulppw aa tba ttrval Lakes. X.T So tare au'l ilmli aa tn amir souilonahla iaaw Ui th.iaa avsne to Uka trips. Ikar offer the trateler every uoaern ebavvnleaue iuat aatla le ULe aail.uu of aa outlet oa tbe eater, for boo er tur&, aotfreaii e runyru r a i njt.. J n-k. I VJ awk la I t kAj rWu. V.yy'a'tft'7mr7rrr7Tfeg