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TIIK BEE: OMAHA. FRIDAY. MAY 50. 19W.
BRIEF CITY NEWS Hats Boot Fr1n I. l.thttnr rutvres nrreee-ar4e Oo ' Mutt ry Cleanins; of garment Twin f City. Iys Wnrkr. 07 Bouth Fifteenth. tUO notional Lift Dumum Oo 1M0 -Charles Ay, General Afani, umaha. Paying (or horn la aa eaay aa paying rent. Nebraska Savings aha toan associa tion will sliow you tha way. Board of Trad building, lClh, and Far nam streets. Ak-far-Bsa Bann. The board ol governuis of Ak-Par-Bcn will give a dinner to army officers of tha Department of the Missouri and tha posts about Omaha on Friday, May 20, at tha Omaha club. Kallroad Tax a turn The Union Fa cing has filed personal tax schedule for Ltouglas cbunty with the county assessor. Th return gives its property as worth 11,214,74. l,ast year the return was 11.20S, 'Mi, a difference of $l,(4&. Asks Immediate Trial Attorneys for Mrs. Cora Cronk have filed a motion In tllstrlct court for tha advancement of the divorce suit on the docket so that It can be trio, at once. The attitude of the other slow to this will not be known until Uoorge Crouk returns to Omaha Friday, lie has been ut Kx'f Isior Springs. YOUNG FARMER SUCCESSFUL Waajlirr of (illtarr Telia tk War . lie llui Prospered Since Tak ing Ip Faruiias. ' James M. Wagner of Cllltner, Hamilton county, was In the South Omaha exchange yesterday, having brought to the local mar V ket a fine load of stock. Tie is a good T 'specimen of the up-to-date young man of Nebraska. Wagner runs a HO-acre farm, has 100 acres of whrat for which he offers no apology, notwithstanding bad reports from other sections of the state. He said his wheat came though firm. Last winter he attended Hastings college, where he was a star foot ball player and winner In Inter collegiate field meets. "I waa a pretty wild youngster, Inclined to sport and loved the favorite game of v wrestling," said Wagner. "I bolted from my father's farm and went west. Money made by wrestling went the same way. When I returned from California I had S2S. ' The local banker at home loaned me $2,000 to start farming. He asked me if I meant business and I said I did. I got the money and started two years ago with what I considered a good outfit. The first year I farmed 500 acres with six horses and hired if Considerable help at various times. My first year's venture paid for my outfit and left me enough to go to school all winter and . have a fair. roll left In the bank. Talk about I your salary Jobs; I tried that. Not for me. I've been my own boss and had everything I wanted and did not work as hard as I did when employed by the electrical com' pany In California. What KreryftoSly Wants. Everybody desires gooff health, which l Impossible unless the kidneys are sound and healthy, Foley's Kidney Remedy should bs taken at the first Indication of any lrreg ularity, and a serious , Illness may , be averted. , Foley's Kidney Remedy will re store your kidneys and bladder to their normal stats and activity. For sals by all druggists. OUT AGAIN, ' IN AGAIN BAD Soldier's Sentence for Desertion Ends, bat lie Is Rearrested on Abase of Mafia Charne. nobert McCarrell,. a. former soldier of the rrgular army, who has just completed u sentence of a year and a half for de aert'on In Iho gi ai d 4iause at Fort Crook, ' as ai rested upon his release from the Kuard house yesterday by Deputy Unittd States Marshal Ilnze, under and ' in dictment for sending Improper mat ter through the malls. The offense committed, while the accused was still a prisoner In the Fcrt Crook guard house and consisted of writing alleged obscene let ters to girls. McCarrell has Intimated he will plead rullty to the Indictment. AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA Stock Yard Begins Paving Where Track is Down. WORK IS PEOQEESSINO EAPIDLY New Telephone Kaehanne Will Soon Be Completed Coantry ' CI ah Opening Takes Place Today. Woman's Work Activities af tha Organised Bodies AJeag tha LUn of Vm dsrtaklng of Conoern to Woman. i I HOT M IHCH OF It Li ALT SKIN Left on Whole Body Boy of Five a Mass of Itching Eruption and His Screams were Heart-Breaking Bandages Stuck to His Flesh. .CURED BY CUTICURA v TWELVE YEARS AGO "Mr littlo son. a boy of five, broke ut with an itching rash. Three- doc tors presort dm ror him, but be kept f citing worse un it we could not dress him any mow. They finally advised me to try a certain medical college, but 1 1 treatment did no food. At the lime was induced to try Cuticura be was so bad that 1 bad to cut bis hair off nnd put the Cuticura Ointment on him on bandages, as it was Impossible to touch him with the bare hand. There was not one square inch it skin on his whole bod that wo not affected. He was one mass ct tores. The bandages used to stick to his skin and in removing them it used to take the skin off with them, and the creams from the poor child were heart breaking. I began to think that he would never get well, but after the sec ond application cf Cuticura Ointment I began to see signs of improvement, and with the third and fourth applications the sores commenced to dry up. His skin peeled off twenty times, but It finally yielded to the treatment. Now 1 can sav that he Is entirely cured, and a stronger and heolthiei boy you never saw than he is to-day, twelve years or more since the cure was effertexl. Bob rt V attain, 1143 Forty-eighth St., Chicago, III., Oct. 0, 1009." The Tnlon Stock Yards company has btgun to psve the principal street through the yards after the laying of the street car line. The first ground for the pavement was broken yesterday morning. The Na tional Construction company has the con tract. Sarco paving or asphaltlc concrete Is to be used The paving Is greatly needed In the yards at this point for the travel la heavy and In rain this street becomes a sea of mud which la often Impassable. The work will be dona rapidly, for the company has a big outfit. Wnr.'t of pnvlng various sections of tho cattle pens has progressed at a great rate, su that the yards present a new aspect ot cU stillness and thrift. These pens are paved with cement, which is said to bo far better than brick. The stock will not slip on the cement finish, while on brick pvvlng many cattle are crippled annually. The company has completed the north halt of the paving of Thfrty-thlrd street, which comprises a section from L to N streets. The car line through the stock yards has been completed to Thirty-third street nnd will soon be In working ordVr. Tho wire gang Is at work putting up the permanent trolley wires. It will require about two weeks to complete the line to Thirty-sixth and Id streets. Ev of Opening; Auaplcloas. The eve ot the grand opening of the Bouth Omaha Country club closed auspi ciously. It Is assured that hundreds of Bouth Omaha people will avail themselves of the hospitality ot the club today.. Over 200 cafe dinners have been ordered. This Is, in Itself, an assurance of a guest role of 600 during the afternoon and evening. The opening will be a grand social func tion, aside from the attractions of the golf course and the base ball field. A matched game of golf for prises will be played off beginning promptly at 2 p. m. Crelghton university base ball team will play with the club team. The tennis court Is ready and the croquet players can revel In a perfect ground. The floor of tho dancing pcvlllon will be newly dressed and polished for the evening dan cing. The day promises to be the best In tha history of the South Omaha club. The golf committee announces a matched game between the players directly con nected with the stock yard interests and those on the east side of th tracks. The defeated team will pay for the dinners Saturday afternoon. llapld Work on Krohanare. The Independent Telephone company's ex chango at South Omaha Is nearlng com pletion and the gangs are still working night and day. The plastering of the lower rooms and the Interior woodwork remain to be completed. The bricklayers finished their work two days ago and the roof U now completed. This work has been a marvel ot rapidity In construction In South Omaha and It U expocted that by the time the building Is finished the switchboard will be in and all the apparatus of an automatics exchange will be Installed. No Word on Experiments, W. N. Nell,' chief of the Bureau of Anlmttt Industry," has 'received nd farther Information concerning the experiments to be conducted in the quarantine division of the Union Stock Yards, for the purpose of-testing the qualities of a serum for hog cholera. Ho had expected a visit ot department officials, but they have not yet arrived. The Union Stock Yards company hug agreed to bear all the expense of the test with tho exception of the technical ex perts, who are sent to conduct this tent. The general manager, Everett Bucking ham, snid ycvtciday he expected an ex pert from Ames to take charge of this test, but had not received definite word yet when the experiments would begin, few Klen Oat on Bonds. Only two of the eight young men who wtre bound over to the district court Tuesday have been able to secure bonds. Mike Singer and Joseph Vondra are out, but the others, Anton Korinck, William Sedlacek, Joseph Drahos, Wlllard Stan ley, Joseph Kraljrcek and Thomas Cauley are still in Jail. II. B. Kleharty said yester day morning that he expected to get sev eral out within a day or two and thought all would be released before the close of I he week. Magic , City fioselp. Morgan Hearey,.1r., Is rapidly recovering at St. Joseph hospital. Mrs. John Blackberg of Jollet, III., Is Welting with her sister, Mrs. A. F. Bellnger. The Woodmen of the World gave a minstrel entertainment Tuesday evening. Mrs. J. W. McElroy, Twenty-third and B vtieets, la recovering from an attack of pneumonia. Mrs. A. -L. Eergqulst will entertain the Women's soclrty of the First Baptist church Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John Roth report the birth of a duughter at their home, Forty fourth and S Htrects. I'HONE SOUTH 8U8 for a case of JET TKH UOI.) Tor. I'rompt delivery to any part of the city. William Jctter. Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Orelst have returned to iiartimlo, Wyo., after a visit at tue homo of M. W. Ureiut of South Omaha. The South Omaha Commercial club will n-t today at tho Uretr hotel for luncheon and hold a business scsslur. at 1 p. m., at the club rooms. Tho best is not to good for ou If It's the best at the price you want to pay. In the pust you always could; at the present you can and In the future you always will be able to find tho bent there U, and the best for the money you wish to pay at Flynn's. That's our motto. 11., S. A M. clothes, Ktaley White Cat Sure Fit Superior Oer mophllo and other best makes underwear, Stetson and Tiger hats, Lion shirts and collars, lied Seal, Fink's. Hard Knox, etc., overalls and work clothes. Price II. It. gloves, Adler gloves. Interwoven hose the ones that the heels and toes never wear out; Alligator raincoats, pants and aprons that are so much better than anything that we have ever been able to find before that there Is no comparison. Yukon slickers, Viewing boys' suits. Hell brand boys' waists and shirts, lloyal Blue shoes and stacks of other goods. No other one house tnat we know ot has all these. It's a great show and it's absolutely free. Come In and see It right be the real Mlssorlan make us show you. We wtl do It, or you may call us black. John Flynn & Co. Millions of women prefer Cuticura rftoap to all other skin soar for preserv ing, purifying and beautifying the skin, scalp, hair and hands. For rashes, itching and chafing, red, rough hands, tlry, thin and falling hair, for infantile 4 Options and skin blemishes and every i rurpoee of the toilet, Uth and nursery. Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are Invaluable. 8aSp O1""" Otatmmt (Sot erMot4 It. SJ-nti futwu a..... . AaUMiiti aa AO ions et Mm kkia, arsis awl Uuc In speaking of the recer.t nntlonal con vention of the United States daughters ot 112. held In Washington, V. C. Mrs. Her bert Gates, organizer and president of the Nebraska society, characterized It as a most successful meeting. The report of thi historian was,' she says, of particular In terest, since It told of splendid growth of Interest throughout the country, and also told of the activities of the different state societies. During the Inst year these so cieties have done much substantial work, have erected monuments, marked the graves of the soldiers of 1S12, made gifts to the warships, and In mnny ways ex pressed their patriotism. The Nebraska so ciety, which was organized by Mrs. Gates, Includes thirty-two members, four of whom are "real daughters." Tho growth of th society since Its organization In December, 1908, excited much favorablo comment when the report waa given at the national meet ing. Mrs. Gates, who has been visiting in Fhlladelphia and other eastern cities since the meeting, and had pfanned to remain In the east for soma time, was called to Omaha by tho death of her uncle, John S. Collins. Vacation season Is commencing at the Young Woman's Christian association, at leaHt tho closing sessions of the various classes aro being held and the preliminary arrangements are being made by the sec retaries for their yearly rest reasons. In the educational department the classes close next week. The lecture which Rev. Edwin H. Jenks gives this evening on "Na ture in the Bible," closes the nature study course. Miss Mary Burnslde, domestic arts di rector, expects to leave next week for her summer vacation. She goes to Monmouth, 111. Miss Sabra Wilson, employment sec retary, also leaves next week for a three weeks' vacation, which she will spend In Kansas City, Chanute, Kansas, and Okla homa. Though the tenth biennial of the General Federation of Women's clubs has closed, the date of the return of Nebraska's dele gates, "aTid therefore the arrival of the Inside story of the happenings, is still un certain. Some of the delegates probably will return this week, others are planning to supplement the excitement of the ses sion by visits with eastern friends and relatives. Mrs. F. H. Cole, president of the Nebraska Federation, planned to visit a short time before returning. Mrs. W. P. Harford will attend commencements of two of the eastern colleges. Mrs. Edgar Allen, whose former home was Cincinnati, will remain there for a visit. Mrs. J. D. Ills" will visit In Indianapolis. The Important question of the location of the Fresh Air camp for sick babies was satisfactorily settled at the monthly meet ing of the directors of the Visiting Nurses' association Wednesday, when the announce ment was made of the site on Bancroft street, a short distance west of Rlvervlew park. This site has three of the requlsttles to a successful camp, plenty of shade trees, elevation and plenty of fresh air. The re port for the month's work Indicated a de crease of Illness: Fifty-four patients, 291 visits, three cases sent to the hospitals and one death. The Woman's clubs In the various cities are directing the attention of their mem bers to a practical campaign for honest trading. The movement, which originated In tho Rainy Day club of New York City, and has been adopted by organizations In other cities, Is to Induce housewives to compel the storekeepers and peddlers to give them the full weights and measures which their payments call for. The cam paign has a dual purpose since It acts both as a check upon the trades people and the too general carelessness of housewives. As a first step in the movement each housewife should provide herself with ac curate scales, then use them. When the campaign Is already organized a committee Is named and all discovering short meas ures are asked to report to this committee. mnfi FOR Wk ,nd n'oua men IVR who ftnd their power to MCUVF wor nJ youthful vigor H4wl gone as a result of over work or mental exertion should take UKArB NKKVK XOl HILLS. They will make you set and sleep and be a "f isx t koiH tl!4 y ntU. UtlMUj . MeOOWaiatU XUO CO, fOt5r, and Pods Brts. owl iuo eofturAjrr, Be, let and Kara auk, Oaaakn, aTeb. COMET GAZER BALKS ROBBERS Ralph Harkay Scares Thieves Away from All Saints' Charcn Nothing la Taken. The golden chalice of All Saints' church was saved from robbers early Wednesday morning by comet gazer when Ralph Mackay, son of the rector. Rev. T. .1. Mackay, discovered two men emerging from the building. The young man had arisen to get the last morning view of the comet and had hardly taken bis position near the church when be heard the vandals moving about in thj building. . Ills approach gave them warning and they made off. Within it was found that donr had been broken and th cabinet containing the ohursh dilver and th chalice tampered with. Nothing had been taken. Entrance to the building bad been gained through a window. NAME TAKINjS JOB ENDED Field Work of Census Completed and Gathering; I p of Fas Ends by Spe cial Agrnti Alone Remains. Field Work In securing tho census of the Second Nebraska district, which Includes the city of Omaha, Is about complete. The remainder of the work is left in the hands of special agents to gather up the fag ends. Occasional Bee slips continue to come In, some from remote parts of the state where Omaha residents are visiting who may have been missed by the enumerators. Some of these slips have turned up from California, Oregon, Wyoming, Colorado, and other states both cast and west. The letter carriers continue to bring occasional schedules and the indications aro that the report of Omaha's population wi:i be the most complete this year that has been given by the census. The verification of th'e enumerators' schedules will be completed within the next few days, and the returns sent to the census bureau at Washington. A Shooting Scrape with both parties wounded, demands Buck len's Arnica Salve. Heals wounds, sores, burns or injuries. 2Sc. For sale by Beaton Drug Co. The Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads! CARS BACK 0F P0ST0FFICE Plans Completed (or Dodge street Spars on Which Street Mall Cars Will Ran. Plana have ben finally agreed upon and approved for the building of the street railway track spurs from Dodge street to the rear of the Omaha postoffice build ing, wjth the view to the Installation of the street railway postal cars, for con eying the malls to and from the railway stations. The plan for running tha tracks around the building on Capitol avenue to Six teenth street, has been abandoned. The street car entrance and exit to the post office area way will be made from th Dodge street side only. 1 TriKUAM'S COACH rOOO km. noches. watrr ru nd DerUrt Manrtard lor M rear. FETERMAN'S DISCOVERY kills bed bags Snd their 0tK A urc preventative. PKTERM A.N'g ANT POOD k lis anti and fieas. r-KTLkMANH MOTH yOOD-Odericss- &.1US moioa. A Mif preventative. DaleraN,,,' J 1" "Tir na 3? ?m MANY COWS ARE CONDEMNED Four Hundred Killed by Health De partment During Year. RETEST HAS NOW BEEN ORDERED Hy Persistent Ksamlnatlon Dr. Con- ell Hope to Stnmp Oat Tnber rulosls from All Dairies Supplying; Omaha. Since the tests for tuberculosis were made by the Omaha health department a year ago, almost 400 cows have been killed under the supervision of the United States gov ernment Inspectors at South Omaha. The last suspected animal was killed Wednes day. The animals thus made away with were those that had reacted to the tuberculin test, and had since been under observation. Milk from these "reactor" cows was al lowed to be sold only after pasteurization, and the owners were allowed a certain time within whloh to replace them with entirely sound and healthy animals. Dr. Connell will now order a re-test of all animals producing milk In the dairies supplying Omaha with milk, and by this systematic method he hopes to very shortly eliminate every cow showing any sign of being Infected with tuberculosis. Road Spending Big Sum, Says Kruttschnitt High. Harriman Line Official in Omaha for Day Tells of Union Pacific Outlays. Julius Kruttschnitt, alrector of mainte nance and operation of the Harriman lines, was In Omaha yesterday and in an interview expressed himself optimistically. He spoke ot a large number ot purchases recently made Involving millions ot dol lars and said that the Union l'aclflc will make Improvements just as fast as they are necessary to keep abreast ot the times. "Everything Is going nicely with th Union Pacific," said 'Mr. KruttschnllL "and in my department' there Is nothing to bother me seriously outside ot the regular run of business. ' We are spending money these days and Omaha has been let In for a good share ot the pe. as we have already made arrangements to spend over $2,0u0,000 for the new headquarters, the car shops and the planing mill. We have secured the land for a new freight de pot, which Is the most Important part In such a transaction and when we get ready to build a new freight depot, we can go ahead and do so without having to bother about a suitable location. "Orders are In for 12,500 new freight cars, 125 passenger cars and 2,000 refrigerator cars, and this means an outlay of more than 118,000,000. I couldn't even give you an estimate ot the amount of money the road Is planning to spend, but It will run Into many millions, and wo shall buy roll ing stock, and r erect buildings just as fast as they are necessary. We are doing business on a large scale, and everything Is running smoothly.' J. II. Young, generai superintendent ot the Southern l'aclfic,' passed through Omaha yesterday . en , 'rqflo from Chicago to San Francisco. H as, traveling in the Southern Pacific special, ar, Sun Jose. '' "California will have ,the best year that It has had for, many years," said Mr. Young. "Crops are fn better condition than they have been for fourteen years and everywhere there are signs of prosperity. There Is still a wonderful building activity going on In San Francisco, and ttiere isn't any doubt In my mind but what the next world's fair will be held, In California." Our Letter Box Contributions on Timely Subjects Kot Sxesedlng Two Hundred Word Are Invited from Out Beaaare, A Pence F.xoaUlon. SOUTH OMAHA. May W.-To the Kdltor of The Bee: Anent.the proposition to hold an exposition In 1015 to celebrate the open ing of thn Panama canal, and apropos of the pusgestlon of President Taft that two expositions biy held, one In the east, the other In the west, allow me to suggest that the ytar 1915 will be the semi-centennial of the close of the civil war and why should not the eastern part of the United States celebrate that glorious event by an exposi tion ot the Inventions, accomplishments and victories ot peace at the same time that the western half Is celebrating another great peace triumph. One advantage that the eastern exposi tion would have Is that the event It would celebrate Is an accomplished fact, while the completion of the canal In 1915 Is at least prohlemotlcal. J. N. CAMPION. I.lfe ot a Franchise. OMAHA, May 18. To tho Editor of The Bee: One of the most stupenduous and staggering propositions that has traveled my way for many a day has been the one suggested of a fifty-year franchise for the Omaha Electric I-lght and Power company. Flfty-yeiir franchise! Fifty years! A franchise that shall hold good for two and one-half generations! That shall hold good In spite of all co-operative tendencies on the part ot a more enlightened citizen ship! There are two points of view in this matter. One tho "material Interest" of the electric light company, the other the "ma terial Interest" of the city and Its citizens. The light company la entitled to take the former and the clttxens and their represent atives are In duty bound to take the latter. It that be done the greater Is bound to have precedence and I have no fear as to the outcome. But there is often the danger of one or both of two Intruders stepping In. First, tho personal "material Interest" on the psrt of one or more of a city's officials, and also the embracing by some cltlsens or their representatives of that point of view which exclusively belongs to the light coffi par y. Five years is a sensible franchise. Ttn years is a long franchise at this juncture. Over that Is preposterous and unthinkable. WILLIAM WEETMAN. STOEIZEL STOVE ' CO 714 South lGtli Street We Sell on Small Monthly Payments or a Cut Price for Cash Omaha-Denver 'Phone Line to Be Constructed Nebraska t loth Inn Co. Announces a most wonderful hlrt sale Saturday for men. Note our Friday ad. . Persistent Advertising 1b the Hoad to Big Returns. 1 PASTOR FOR EMANUEL BAPTIST Church Decides to Call Rev. J. Scott Ebersole of Csnanilalgaa, N. Y., for Omaha lul-ilt. Rev. J. Scott Ebersole of Canandatgua, N. Y., haB boen called to the pastorate of the Emanuel Baptist church. He will begin hie services In Omaha June 18. Mr. Ebtrsole has been In Omaha for a few days and returned to his home last evening. Omaha will have a direct telephone wire connection with Denver by the first of the new year. Construction Is to ftart In a few weeks in the erection ot a line by the American Telegraph and Telephone com pany. The announcement of the new line was made Thursday afternoon by Casper E. Yost, president of the Nebraska Telephone company. Tho new line la to cost close $225,000. Communication between Omaha and Den ver will be much facilitated by the new line. Under present conditions telephone conversation- between the two cities Is handled through Kansas City. The new lino will run west from Omaha to North Platte, according to the present survey. PILOT OF FATED VESSEL ACCUSED OF NEGLIGENCE Edwin Pell of City of Saltlllo, Wrecked Near St. I.onla, Blamed for Recent Catastrophe. ST. LOUIS, May 19. Charges of negli gence and Inattention to duty today were preferred against Edwin Pell, pilot of the City of Saltlllo, wrecked at Olen Park last week. Steamboat Inspectors sent the official re port of the charges to Washington to night. It sets forth that Pell will be noti fied to appear for preliminary trial before the Inspectors May 28, and that the Sal tlllo came to its end "by striking against a rocky shore and sinking." ' The accused pilot will be allowed counsel at his trial, which will be secret The bodies of only four of the twelve victims of the disaster have been recovered, There are two kinds of washing powder GOLD DUST and others Several so-called cleansing powders are only sal soda. You can buy sal soda at your grocer's under its real name for much less than you can these powders. Others contain naphtha, ammonia or some other liquid cleanser which evaporates the moment the powder is exposed to the air, or touches hot water. Their much-vaunted virtues vanish like dew before the morning sun. Gold Dust is the only true washing powder. It is a mix ture of vegetable oil soap and purifying ingredients which insure prompt and efficient cleansing action. It softens hard water, does its work quick ly and well, and injures nothing. GOLD DUST will do more work and better work than any other washing powder on the market. There is but one all 'round washing powder GOLD DUST. Ask for it, and take no substitute. "Lit V Odd Putt Mm aV rr awe" Made 'by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY Makers of FAIRY SOAP, the oval cake Potatoes, lawn Grass, Flowering Bulbs, Etc WRITE FOR CATALOGUB FUEK Why waste time and money platting doubtful seeds when you can buy seeds tbst crow from TOE NEBRASKA SEED COMPANY 1813 Howard Street Telephone Douglas 1201 J .'OJi i i n r 1! f .1 ' -"".ajeJl 1 fl , II. .,' A:'"" a V. K. I II I ! ':' t 'I 1 jLz. ,;;,l,;.,.,, X ,.K.. .'""A.-.- . --" r ; T Queen Steel Range. Detroit Ideal Gas Stove People who have used the Queen rang lonRest speak hlRhst of it. This is what Mrs. Lambrecht, 1117 N. 17th, Bays. "I have ufle a Queen range nearly ten years. It Is not only as good as new, but has not needed any repairs yet. It Is not only a beautiful baker, but Ukes so little fuel and heats up so quick. I have Induced a number of my friends to buy, who are all pleased with It." There la as much difference In gas Btovos aa In anything else, and people are beginning to find it out very fast. Mr. Woods. 43d and Grand avenue, came to our store last February to see a gas stove. After looking over a certain size carefully went away to see others. In a few days he came back and ordered it. Yesterday he said. "There are a doten different gas stoves In my neighborhood and I have every one beat by a mile, and that Is in every respect, too." few- v Y 1 Go to Colorado this Summer The Rockies haven't moved ant inch nearer but the distance becomes a mere affair of the imagination when vou leave home todav and luncn at the base of Pike's Peak tomorrow. Tust one night on the train and the next in Colorado with the sweet, sharp, wine-like air of the hills comine in through your window, renovatine your fagged, care-worn system, while you rest. But if you want your vacation to start when you start if you want comfort and ease and delight from the first turning of the wheels, be sure to take the Rock Island to the Rockies direct to both Denver and Colorado Springs 1 The very going is a pleasure. Let me tell you how inexpensively the trip may be made. I will give you hotel rates, supply other needed information and save tu tne Dotner oi ordinary railway travel, f Splendid Fast Trains Every Day l via Rock Island Lines for Colorado, Yellowstone Park and tthe Pacific Coast. Specially low round trip fares all Bummer to the dclitrhtful resorts of the Golden West. Let us send you illustrated X , literature nd suggest the ,vacation of your lite. Call, phone or :;vJeX -:.iflk write tnnicrht. i - WSi. JPBV YVery LowW' J Rates all Is', -IT Summer rfii'iinSaLi'i i ii i Tin iii'ifo'lior J. 8. MoNALLT Division Passenger Afent . 1331 Farntm St. . Omaha, Neb. Facing Farnam Street on the ground floor The best location in Omaha for many lines of business is opposite the Court House and next to the City Hall. It is very seldom that it is possible for you to get one of the ground floor rooms in THE BEE BUILDING The entrance is Just west of the main entrance of the building; it has an entrance from the court as well. Tho building furnishes heat, light, water and Janitor service. The building is fire-proof and there is a large brick vault, so you can cut out your insurance expense. The room will be remodeled and redecorated to suit the tenant. The ttpace can be arranged to glvs tenant 1.&50 square feet it - deal rod. If this is the best location for youvnow is the time to grasp the opportunity, and npply at once. Apply to R. W. BAKER, Supt., Bee Business Office. 44 Gsis ervace This Should Be Written On Your Kitchen Wall Get a complete use of your gas range. It won't cost you any more. Sometimes a slight defect in the adjustment of the air or gas, a small obstruction in the supply or something out of place may cause you inconvenience in operating your range. . We employ gas range inspectors to correct such con ditions. Simple notifications on your part is enough. Out. man will properly adjust your appliance and it will co3t you nothing but the trouble of sending for him. Omaha Gas Company