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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY, JUNE 22. 19(!.
never any falling JjS II off in the grand Prls. h ; flavor of Ginger Snaps The nicest, spiciest, 1 flff most tantalizing jil I V ginger snaps Mf I everF-de. f JfM apacka'e I ' vN 11 NAT,ONAL jy ALL BUT CITY PROSECUTOR Slate of Appointees Agreed On by Mayor and Republican!. LEE AND THOMAS OUT OF IT Llil la Filed Dwa to Fire, Air Oat of Wkoni Mar Prove Accept able to Both f These r.etl.as. BRIEF CITY NEWS 9oV JUNE 909 UNMOft TUl WtO TMU l SAT I 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II XI 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 242526 2728 2930 Har. Boet Ftis 1. .Budolph r. woboda. Public Accountant Blashart, photographer, nth Farnam. lleya, photo, removed to lth Howard. B. B. Comb, expert optician. 1620 tfoug. SqaU-bU Xitfa Policies, sight drafta at maturity. H. D. Neely. manager. Omaha. Oaorg-a R. afoot, la now with the Union Outfitting Co.. 1315-17-U Farnam St Loan for Komemakera on reasonable terms, repaid monthly. Nebraska Savlnga and Loan association, HOI Farnam street. Organised 1886. ears Back on Bench "I am very much Hive. ' declared Judge W. O. Bears, who returned to Omaha Monday morning from his home In Tekamah and will hold court , from now on. Barring a slight pallor, Judive Sears looks as well as he did before his Ulnxss. tree Oar for BlfMseers The sight seeing car is again In service and visitors to Omaha may take the car any morning or afternoon and ride to the principal points of Interest around tha city. The ear will tart from Fifteenth and Farnam streets. Sunday It was put In service for the first :lme. Qame Warden Fishing Game Warden H, IX Plerson will leave about July 1 for a vacation In California and Colorado. First he will' journey to Los Angeles and other points In California to vlju his brother. On the return trip. from the coast he will stop In Colorado a week or two I J do a lltt'.e trout fishing. , Veteran 'Will Tall War Stories George A. Custer poet and Women's Relief corpn will hold an open meeting Tuesday even ing at Fraternity hall. Veterans will tell their experiences durl.ig the war and ic freshments will be served. An Invitation to attend has been Issued to all old sol diers and their families. Biers Brothers in Convention W. F. Dters and brothers are holding their an nual buying convention at the Millard. The Dlers brothers own general merchandise stores at Louisville, Wolbach, Humphrey, Madison and Monroe. Their buyers from the different stores are each summer called Into Omaha, where the buying for all the stores of the firm Is -made. Long Wants Scales Again Judge Eben K. Long Is willing to serve his nineteenth consecutive year as Justice of the peace in this city and will soon file his name for re nomination. Justice Long asserts he has been In service of Omaha in his present capacity for a greater number of successive years than any otnt.r Juttice In this city. He Is now in office for the eighteenth term, and If elected this fall, will be successful In running for the same office for the nine teenth time. A. S. T. Boy Oets Under Waron Harry Sickett, an American District Telegraph messenger boy, was run over by one of the Alamlto dairy wagons on Seventeenth and Farnam streets and considerably bruised up. The boy was riding his bi cycle next to the court house yard fence and fell under the wheels of the wagon. His left shoulder was badly brulned, but the wagon being but lightly loaded, his Injuries, while painful, arc nut serious. The boy was able to remount his wheel and proceed about his business. Hotel Clerk in Trouble Alleging that Jess Nold, night clerk at tha Dewey hotel, Thirteenth and Farnam streets, has sold whisky to Henry Howard and Mary Cut ler, the latter a girl of 16 years, the county attorney filed a complaint against Nold In police court Monday. He la charged with selling liquor without a license. The police will arrest him today. Nold Is said by Probation Officer Bernstein, who un covered the case, to have provided Howard and the girl with a room at the Dewey hotel at 3 o'clock on the morning of June 17 and to have sold them some whisky. SARPY GOES AFTER MONEY Appraiser is Appointed for Estate of Guy C. Barton. WILL HAS NOT YET BEEN FILED Blggerr Better, Busier That's what ad vertising in The Bee dues for your business. Jurisdiction Question Between Tw Counties Depend t'pon in Which Decedant Had Hie Legal Residence. Sarpy county Is moving to get that $35,000 or so which wilt accrue In the Inheritance taxes from the Guy C. Barton estate. County Judge J. T. Begley has appointed an appraiser for the property, naming H. Z. Wedgewood. His action Is taken on the advice of County Attorney E. R. Ringo Mr. Barton's will has not been filed. The plan of the family originally was to file the will for probate In the county court of Douglas county and it was declared that this would be done last Friday. The recent Intention Is to file the will at Papllllon. This may not be done for several days, for W. H. DeFranue, the attorney In charge of the will has heard the call of the leap Ing trout and has pone fishing. Question of Jurisdiction. The question of county Jurisdiction de pends upon where the testator has his legs residence and this In the present case does not seem certain. The state law with regard to this rims as follows: The county oourt in the county In which the real property Is situated of a decedent who was not a resident of tho state, or county of -.vhlh ihe duct-dent was a real dent at the umo i f his death, shall have Jurisdiction to hear and determine questions In relatlen to all taxes arising under this act (Inheritance), and the county court first acquiring Jurisdiction hereunder shall retain the same to the exclusion of any other. The Inheritance tax In the case of a be quest to son or daughter, widow or hue band, brother or sister. Is 1 per cent, and this Is the tax which will be levied on the $3,500,000 left by Mr. Barton. In the case of uncle or aunt, nephew, niece or cousin, the tax is $ per cent, and In case of othr bequests up to 6 per cent, depending on the amount of the bequest. An average of 4 per cent was paid on the Creighton estate. !.,. JMMf J. UJ.'iliUl JJJipjiHIiH UFH mftm mv-riimi wvm -tjbw U D) m 3 DM L, ! OL - mm Heatth Commissioner Dr. K."W. Connell (D.) Assistant Health Commissioner Dr. J. F. Langdon (R.) Street Commissioner Thomas J. Flynn D.) Street Commissioner's Timekeeper Thomas Davis (R.) Electrician Waldemar Michaelsen (R.) Boiler Inspector Robert U. Wolffs (D.) Assistant Boiler Inspector Clarence A. Hiss (D ) Plumbing Inspector John P. Lynch (R.) Milk Inspector Joseph Scully (D.) License Inspector R. A. Schneider (D.) Meat Inspector Esau Flelschman (R.) Market Master John Kllllan (D.) Inspector of Weights and Measures- John Grant Pegg (R) Veterinarian and Dairy Inspector Dr. G. R. Toung (R.) Gas Commissioner Prof. C W. Crowley (D.) Assistant Gas Commissioner Joseph P. Butler (D.) Pound Master A. B. Waggoner (D.) Custodian of City Hall Emll Wahlstrom (R) Sanitary Inspectors E F. Morrison. Ed J. Daemon, EJ M. Bunce, Mv B. Snyder, George Baer, Gus Hartman, R. H. Milder. City Prosecutor In doubt City Hall Engineer, Fireman, Janitors and Elevator Conductors Whoever the mayor wants. City Jail Engineer, Fireman and Janitor Whoever the mayor wants. Clerk of Police Court E. J. Mahoney (D ), brother of J. J. Mahoney, present In cumbent Barring any unforeseen accidents during the next twenty-four hours, the above list of appointees to city positions will be sent by Mayor Dahlman to the council Tuesday evening and be by It confirmed. This list Is the compromise slate agreed upon by the mayor and the republican councllmen at a conference held Monday noon. All the republicans, with the excep tion of Councilman Schroeder of the Sev enth, attended the conference, the "traitors" being represented by Councilman Johnson of the Fourth. Councilman Davis of the Twelfth gave out the list as being authentic, city hall and city Jail employes being left to the discretion of the mayor, with the promise of no fight on them. The position of city prosecutor Is still In doubt though Walter P. Thomas and Thomas F. Lee are understood to be out of the race entirely. Five candidates are being considered for the pliu:o--C. tf Kuhat. John G. Kuhn and T. A. Holllster, repub licans; and Auheuser and Hurley U. Jlcor head, democrats. At the irecnt t'me Holllster and Moorhead are in the lead, though the mayor hue n.ade no promlsta as to who he will appoint and thH pu.lno:i will be fought out A dummy city rvre cutor will be appointed futediy night. Several Are Sacrificed. The compromise slate contemplates the downfall of several old standbys of the mayor, though he saves other strong mem bers of his official cabinet, notably Dr. Connell, Tom Flynn and Bob White. Harry McVea and several other are sacrificed. These changes are made: Dr. J. F. Lang' don replaces Dr. It p. Jensen as assistant health commissioner, Thomas Davis re places George E. Jewett as timekeeper in the street commissioner's department, John C. Lynch replaces Harry W. McVea as plumbing inspector, K. A. Schneider re places A. B. Waggoner as license in spector, John Kllllan replaces C. Eppsteln as market master. Dr. G. M. . Toung re places Dr. C. C. Hall as veterinarian, the duties of dairy Inspector being added to those of veterinarian; Esau Flelschman replaces Jack Welch as meat inspector, and M. B. Snyder, George Baer and Gus Hartman will replace as sanitary Inspec tors three of the following named present Inspectors: Claude Bosale, Vines Mo Donough, Jake Lelb, Dan Horrigan, Robert Specht, Tom Harrington and William O'Connor. Those city officials who hold their poel tlons for another term are Street Com missloner Flynn, Health Commissioner Connell, Boiler Inspector Wolffe, Assistant Boiler Inspector Hiss, Electrician Michael sen, Gas Commissioner Crowley, assistant Gas Commissioner Butler, Milk Inspector Scully, Inspector of Weights and Meas ures Pegg. Custodian Wahlstrom and Sanitary Inspectors Morrison, Daemon and Bunce. Much time was taken up In settling the position of Inspector of weights and meas ures, with Maynard Wilson contesting with John Grant Pegg for the place. Pegg seemed to have the strongest "pull," and Councilman Davis said they finally agreed upon him for another term. The minor offices In tha city hall and city Jail, suck as engineers, firemen. Jani tors and elevator conductors, are so many In number and would take so much time to discuss that the mayor was given a free hand and told to appoint whom he pleased. No Additional Room Mentioned for Union Depot Directors Meet, Corhply with Law on Routine Matters and Pass En largement Proposition. No action 'was taken Monday at the annual meeting of tne directors of the t'nlon Depot company in regard to enlarg ing the Omaha station; ll had been -peoted the orders wojld soon come to give the traveling pull,: needed nx-in, but the meeting turned o'l. to be sln-.pl a formal affair to meet the re-iuiMmnn'.a of tl. law and no one was preset llh sufficient au thority to order the exttnsliu. For some time It has been evident to all that aomethlng would have to be done to relieve the Union station anJ this has hn all the more noticeable since he recent time changes have put a larger numt-er of trains Into the station during the tally morning and evening hours. Cut Your Weeds or Conncll'li Get You RSieiimsstism is caused by uric acid in the blood. Uric acid is caused by kidney troubles which make it impossible for the kidneys to tret rid of this acid in the natural way and so let it into the system. Most kidney troubles are caused by an inactive liver which puts extra work on the kidneys that should be done by the liver and bowels. Constipation is at the bottom of rheumatism. Mow 'Em Down, Says Health Com missioner or Go to tha Calaboose. Health Commissioner Connell has In structed hie inspectors to "specialise" In weeds and to serve notices on the owners of all property on which weeds are grow' Ing to cut them within five days from the date of the notice served, in the event the weeds are not cut within five days, the health commissioner says he will cause the arrest of those delinquent Renters of property for garden purposes will be held responsible for weeds on the rented ground. There are fewer weeds In Omaha this year than for a number of years," said Dr. Connell. This I attribute to two causes, one Is that the people are becom ing more public-spirited and the other Is that a number of vacant lots are being used as gardens by the Associated Charities." Street Commissioner Flynn has started two gangs of men with mowers and scythes after the weeds growing along the outlying streets and In the sidewalk space. The council ordered the street commis sioner to cut the weeds growing on city property. CITY DIVIDED IN DISTRICTS FOR EVANGELIZATION Plan of Full CampalsT" Announced at the Meet I na of the Minis terial I nlon. ' Omaha will be divided Into nine districts for the purpose of an evangellstlo cam paign by the local church federation next fall, hearlnntna October 14. This was announced at the meeting of the Omaha Ministerial union at Us meet ing at the Toung Men s Christian associa tion, the last for this summer. In his address before the Ministerial union Rev. J. A. Spyker gave to Henry Drummond in his "Natural Law and the Spiritual World" and in his "Ascent of Man." the credit for being the chief stlmu lus to the "Dawi of the Era of Friendship Between Science and Religion," which was the title of Dr. Spyker's paper. An added Interest to the discussion was In the remarks of Rev. Charles Herron of the Omaha Theological seminary, who en Joyed the pleasure of a personal acquaintance with the great essayist Henry Drummond, while Dr. Herron was a resident of Glasgow, Scotland. He spoke of the many charming qualities of Prof Drummond. who was at that time a pro fessor of science in the Free College of Edinburgh and who frequently visited Glasgow. A Cruel Mistake Is to neglect a cough or cold. Dr. King's New Discovery cures them and prevents consumption. 60c and $1.00. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. ft frca v. s pat orfnee: IS y Get a 25cBox relieves all forms of constipation, liver and bowel troubles. When you cure these troubles you give the kidneys the rest they need and they are able to expose of the uric acid in the natural way. i or remember, everybody nan i- factures uric acid in digesting: his food and if a only when it gets into the blood that rheumatism is caused. Uct rid of the uric acid and the rheumatism is cured. Take an NR. tablet to night you'll feci better in the morning. IV. ' Summer Excursions on lekel plate Road. Chicago to New York and return, $26 50. Chicago to Boston and return. $26.23. On sale June 1. Limit 90 days. Low rates to other eastern destinations. Inquire of local agent, or address John T. Calahan. Gen eral Agent, No. 107 Adams St., Chicago. DICKESON HEARS OF OMAHA Inspector of Tranaporatlon Says Everyone Knew of Omaha Trade Tour. "The people of Omaha do not realise the enormous benefits accruing from one of the boosters' trips which the Omaha Commercial club gives occasionally," said O. L. Dicke son. Inspector of transportation for the Burlington, who with Mrs. Dlckeson ar rived In Omaha Monday for a three days' stay. "All over the east I heard of this last trip and it gives the people of the en tire country a splendid Idea of the boosting spirit of Omaha. "Proipects for a big business this fall are Improving fast and It Is noticeable all over the country, not only In the west, but In the far east Easterners are really looking for a big business and every Indication la for an enormous business this fall. "The movement' of range stock from Texas to Wyoming, Montana and Bouth Dakota should be as good ss last year." 1) Get a 25c Box Disgraceful Conduct of liver and bowels. In refusing to act. Is quickly remedied with Dr. King's New Life PHI a Kc For sale by Beaton Drug Co. The Northwestern Line. Webster Street Station. Change of Time. Boo City passenger Bundays only, leaves I 3f a. m.. Instead of S:4S a. m. No. 1 dally, except Sunday, arrive 11:45 a. m., instead of U 5S a. m, striking; Indian Nomenclature. "Muskoka," Clear Sky Land; "Magane tewan." Smooth Flowing Water; "Kawar tha." Rrlrht Water and Happy Lands; "Temagaml," Deep Water; "Wawa." The Flying Goose; are Indian words that flt- tlnarlvl describe some of the most delight ful spots for a summer's - outing on the American continent. All reached at spe clal low round irla fares via Orand Trunk Railway System. Double track from Chi cago to Montreal and Nlagtra Palis. Particulars of fara, descripilvo llttcra lure, time table! cti will bj mallod freo on application to W. 8. Oookaon, A. G. p. A., 135 Adams street Chicago. Dnlldlna" Permits. Rwedlsh Mission hospital. Twenty-fifth nrf Pratt streets, double brick dwe ling tAnnn- Andrew Adams. 1306 South Thirty- fifth avenue, frame cottage, $2,500; William Chambers, 2604 Maple street, frame dwell- a ,M. .l .W 1 1 I. Dl. - ' J hprague streets, irame uweuing, "Keep Hubby Guesaing," Her Advice to Wives. Setaiu looks, But Don't X.et Xlm Know HOW, Expert Warns. (From New York Herald.) All Is fair In love and war. It Is war to get a husband; it Is love that keeps him, no matter what device wife may use. "If she deceives him Into thinking her prettier than she Is, such deceit Is the highest art of love," said Mms. D Mllle, who talked here today to $00 fashionable women on "How to Keep a Husband." "Scores and hundereds deserve to lose their husbands," said Mme. IMIUe. "Any woman who will go to bed with cold cream smeared a quarter of an Inch thick on her face ought to be ostracised by her husband. It I a disgusting habit, and unnecessary." "Is the habit pretty general?" Mme. D'Mllle was asked. "Far too general," was the response. "Lots of women lose their husbands by taking too little care to conceal the pro cesses by which they retain their beauty." "Any woman ought to keep her hus band guessing all the time. He ought to have to say to his friends, "Well, my wife Is the most amaxing problem I know bout. She always looks about It and she neither paints nor powders'." Mm. D'Mllle continued, "Any woman can do this If she will dissolve a small original package of mayatone in a half pint of wltchhasel and massage the face, peck and arms with this solution three or four times a week. She will shortly find she has a lovely, soft complexion and then the best of It all Is that maya tone prevents the growth of hair, and Is absolutely harmless to the most delicate skin. Make the solution yourself. "Slay beautiful, and don't let him know how you do it.1 Cool 2-Piece Suits MfPW I fit vfar, 1 u' cx U rlr Those Suits are the ideal gar ments for hot weather wear. They're cool and comfort able, made loose, yet on perfect fitting lines and embody every point of the most up-to-date styles and colors for this sea son. N Fabrics include every suit able material and patterns are the newest conceptions of the year. Lining, trimming and every minute detail of tailoring is so exoellently done as to entitle these garments to be classed with much higher priced cloth-ing.- We insist that you must at least SEE our great assortment before deciding. Prices are $7.50 to $18 TUB nOt'SE OP HIGH MKIUT" Some peqpe dorff Geieve in vacations? (Mepiave never eenm eoofCboraco. Railway journeys are usually tiresome. They always are when they end in disappointment. Colorado never disappoints, and if you use the Rock Island to the Rockies, your vacation begins when you board the train. Colorado holds more joys, more sun shine, more of everything to make an ideal vacation than any place on earth. The de luxe trains of the are like Colorado. They are all and more than you expect. Pullman sleepers and that means all that's best in modern railway equipment dining cars, luxurious chair cars and coaches. Splendid one-night trains daily at convenient hours. Round trip tickets to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo from Peoria, $26.75 ; Omaha, $17.50; Twin Cities, $27.40; Des Moines, $21.75. On sale daily iune 1st to September 30th; final return mit October 31 fit. Send today for our illustrated book "Under the Turquoise Sky" and our beautifully illustrated folder "Thro Scenic Colorado and Yellowstone rule to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition." You will find them of real value in punning your summer vacation, r ret on request. CEO. S. PENTECOST, DW.fWr Art. ' 14th and Faraaas 3t Oman. N.k, expresses In a limited degree only, the magnificence of the scenery In the Csnadlan Rockies viewed enroute to the ALASKA-YUKON-PACIFIC EXPOSTION Stopover without extra charge at tha famous resort; Banff X.ak Lonlse ri.la aiacler. This "Land of Knchantruent" Is reached only by the . Canadian Pacific Railway Through trains to Seattle from St. Paul dally at 10:19 a. m. Low Excursion rates from all places to Seattle and all Paget bound cities and return. Alaska and return from Vancouver $tt, by Can. Pacific teamed. Tickets for sale by agents of all railways, Eend for literature and Information. A. C. Shaw, General Agent, Chicago. NORTHERN T.1IGIIIGAN LINE Tho Elegant Lake Steamships "Manltou" "Missouri" "lillnf Off.tr nnrtvaJawl Mrrlr hl svga fTltrtaaaTO amrt MaWki- nv lalant nd other fmmmft umiur tttmort nf trtbra. MlrMgavn. conn tioa wit to an iinm lov K tad dlmct rxHii to Luuina-uta northport Jluuriittr lirooat . tt . Matiaiatft 1 raveriMM Uy IImi Lmt Hpriuo LAJMJK tr blru Ha.rn FttUnkrr Marklnac Island He, Manltou H7 Vl.w Chvbori l-ufc .t.,iuknlp. .r lunDf in. Dueft .aa m. ).lppd or lb. utwl LA - BV. K H Sn Jr ft&d atftavtiy to mqi. roatftrvbi pasp to the) ftvart to Ink trip. i Dr over in traveler awry nnirn coavaoiano tut twaa 10 to OC vwtiiafj un is wtsvnr. jgr iaxs vi vt'ura, muu rwvaai K f. CHUKCH. Cr. Offk Dt. L Ui KUk. It. er as St Brian. CUcase WALL FAFER KUTHERKOKD Se JKNSKVS entire stork of magnificent Imported and domestic declgua will be sold regardless of their former value price, ranging from 8 cent. Com. -ud look them oyer at 2 0 08 FARNAM STREET The Bee for All the Sporting News