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P. K. THOTMEII,
Te BuiM Large DMtreycrs.
Tubs aad specIncationa"aave -'ta
rtly seen completed by the navy de-
partmeat for five new torpedo boat de
stroyers antBorized by the last con
gress. These sew torpedo boat de
stroyers will be Jof about 28 knots
peed and 7M tons displacement. The
plans call for Teasels considerably
larger than 'those of similar type now
In service. The largest of. tnepres-.
ent destroyers displaces but 433 tons,
aad is 24t feet long. Bidders will .be
Siren the privilege' of submitting esti
mates on boats with oil burning ap
paratus for generating steam, recip
rocating and turbine steam engines,
and Internal combustion engines.
These Items were never before in
cluded In bids for bftits of this class,
bat owing to the successful results
from oil burning engines it Is prob
able that within the near future all the
new vessels will be equipped with
aacn apparatus. Great care is being
taken by the navy department to
aead out circulars and other informa
tion concerning destroyers and new
battleships only to such concerns as
nave the facilities for filling contracts
for the vessels if awarded to them.
This secrecy, says . Technical World
Magaiiae, Is In accordance with Sec
retary Metcairs recent orders and is
maintained for the purpose of prevent
ing detailed information of new naval
construction falling into the hands
at foreign governments.
Tolstoi's plea to be saved from beg-,
giag letter-writers on the ground that
he is a poor man, will came as a
surprise to the public. The sage . of
Tasnaya Polyana has raised himself
ao high above the general human
level In most things that it is a
shock to feel that he has not raised
himself above want . His estate. It
would appear, he had transferred 20
.years ago to his heirs, displaying
therein a consciousness of his own
business limitations which is at vari
ance with' his revolutionary economic
views. Still, there are his writings.
When ordinary American novelists
live in Italian palaces, surely so vast
ly popular a writer as Tolstoi, lead
ing so simple a life, ought not to be
In want of ready change for purposes
of charity. 'But it must be remem
bered, says the New York Post, that
Tolstoi has refused to avail himself of
the protection of the copyright law,
and that whatever income he derives
from his' books comes probably in the
form of gratuities from conscientious
publishers. And we fear that the
mere cost of entertaining American
and English visitors who make pil
grimages to Tolstoi and write about
them in the magazines and Sunday
supplements, would be a drain on any
When the new Academy of Music
In Brooklyn Is finished it will be the
most notable example of polychro
matic architecture on this side of the
ocean. The use of bright colors is
common In Italy, but It has not ap
pealed to American architects, or pos
sibly to American patrons of architec
ture. There are' a few examples of
the. use of colored tiles In building.
says the Youth's Companion, but none
Where color has been employed so ex
tensively as in the facade of the new
baUdiag la Brooklyn. The prevailing
color to be used -here Is cream In dif
ferent shades. This will be varied
. slightly on the first story. The sec
ond division of the front will be cross-'
d by bands of decoration In green and
burst sienna, and the wide cornice
win contain Mae. red. yellow aad sl
aaaa. The life-aixed lions' heads.- for
Instance. In the cornice, will be ' s
tawny yellow with bright red tongues
'hanging oat If the experiment made
ma this great public hall Is successful,
more such bulldlags will probably be
The vessel which conveyed Dr.
Frederick A. Cook of Brooklyn to
Greenland has returned, leaving the
ladveatureus physician to pursue his
.plan to reach the north pole. This In
volves traveling about a thousand
miles la the heart of a polar winter,
when the cold Is at the extreme. Dr.
iCook's idea being to move over the Ice
when it is most solid and secure,
rossiBg such open water as he may
Ifind in a canvas boat which Is part of
ftis equipment It looks like a des
pegte attempt but the-Hazards to be
nftuntered seldom deter any one
who has conceived an ambition to
reach the farthest north.
. A man in South Dakota was stung
on the temple by a common bee and
died in less than an hour. , On tht
other hand, a school building in Fon
tanet Ind.. was demolished by a pow
der mill explosion while full of chil
dren and yet nobody was killed by
'An arctic explorer is said to have
gained 20 pounds, on a diet of raw
meat and blubber. Is this an adver
tisement for a forthcoming new
breakfast food? .
A New England dog catcher who
"bore upon his person the srcrs of 200
dog bites has paid the penalty of
his temerity and lifelong devotion to
his chosen profession. He has just
died of ccrebro-spinal meningitis.
Passengers in a balloon,-though they
may get; cramped sitting in -.one posi
tion so long, are always able to re
strain their desire to get out and
stretch their limbs until they arrive at
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Railway Servants, from whom he draws the magnificent allowance of a little
more than $26 a. week. They intimated' to him as plainly as possible that
unless he supported the resolution they would never elect him again. 8till
he refused, but strange to say. his independence of mind only raised him
the higher in the estimation of those who disagreed with him. and there
was never a whisper of deposing him as leader of the amalgamation.
Mr. Bell's father was a quarryman 'in Wales, "but having narrowly es
caped death himself and seen his brother crushed by a fall of stone before
bis eyes, he gave up his dangerous occupation and became a policeman. The
son went to work in overalls and although his mind had been steeped in
theories of the divine right of employers he early became an active officer
of the union.. He was repeatedly transferred or discharged for pernicious
activity, and in the end the railway men .engaged him as organizer at a small
salary. He rose steadily until he became general-secretary and manager
of the. union which comprises practically, all the railway men In. the United
Mr. Bell Is a powerfully built man -of 48 'years, a self-taught man and
an ardent student He has served in parliament since 1900.
LEADING BRITISH PHYSICIST
Sir Oliver Lodge, who discovered a method of
dispelling fog by means of an electric current
is authority for the statement that science has
proved the immortality of the soul, but he repudi
ated the theological 'dogma of the resurrection of
the body. Nothing that ever really existed can
perish, he says, but merely changes Its form.
Therefore mind, consciousness, memory, love and
all the other manifold activities can never vanish
' Sir Oliver is one of the leading English physi
cists. He is the principal of the University of
Birmingham, and holds honorary degrees from
nearly all of the great British universities 'for his
educational works, of which he has published a
dozen or more. One of these, "Signalling With
out Wires," was the forerunner of the Marconi
system of wireless telegraphy. Others of his books are regarded as stand
ards on scientific subjects, such as "Modern Views of Electricity," "Lightning
Conductors and Lightning Guards" and "Life and Matter." It was while
experimenting with lightning conductors that he discovered the effect an
electric current has upon fog. He noticed that electricity projected the parti
cles of dust from a charged-body, and determined to test its effect upon the
air. He made a fair imitation of London atmosphere during a fog by placing
a saucerful of muriatic acid and concentrated liquid ammonia in a bell jar,
and when the fumes filled the jar turned on the current of electricity. The
fog immediately disappeared by the precipitation of the dust carrying the
A more conclusive experiment was then made with a lightning rod on
one of the university buildings. It was connected with a powerful battery
and on the first foggy day Sir Oliver went out on the roof and signalled
for the current to be turned on. The fog was dispersed for some distance
around, but as soon as the current was turned off it closed in again.
Although 56 years of age Sir Oliver is an active man and an enthusiastic
golfer. He still contributes largely to scientific magazines.
HAS FINEST HAREM
an African. He was brought up in i England and educated at Harrow
and Oxford. Although he is only 22 years old, bis great idea in life is to
develop his own country and to bring it well to the front At Harrow School
Sultan All was Immensely popular, and -was a great success at cricket His
skill as a horseman even In those daya was extraordinary. x
In lt02, the year of King Edward's coronation, pie young sultan first be
came "generally known to London society.
Since then the young sultan has been a familiar figure in all the courts
of Europe and many other-places besides the courts. But although he'
appreciates the good things of the earth, he is a man of large Ideas, and
bis mind Is devoted 'to the Industrial development of Zanzibar. - - -
ON DELICATE MISSION
HonTRodolphe Lemieux, who has gone to Ja
pan to insist upon the limitation of Japanese im
migration into Canada, has had a most rapid rise
In political life. In the early 90s he was a news
paper reporter with a seat In the press gallery
at Quebec, preferring that to the practice of law.
A fluent and convincing speaker, he was In much
demand at political meetings. In 1896, when '.the
Liberals determined to "redeem" the county of
Gaspe, he was nominated as a forlorn hope. He
made a whirlwind campaign and, to the surprise
of the party leaders, was elected by a substantial
Several years later he was appointed professor
of the law In Laval university, and has since been
selected to represent Canada before the privy
council in England. He was advanced to the po
sition of solicitor-general for Canada, and in 1906 to postmaster-general and
minister of labor, one "of the most important positions in the Canadian cabi
net Now he is selected to carry an ultimatum to , Japan. His task is a deli
cate one, for the- British government recognizes no distinction of race or
color, and Canada will get "no support from that quarter. Under the trade
..treaty between Canada and Japan the latter agreed to restrict the immigra
tion of Japanese to one per month from each of the 43 precincts of Japan,
but British Columbia has been flooded with Japanese from Hawaii, and the
Japanese government claims to have no jurisdiction over' these. It will be
for Lemieux to demonstrate that Japan's trade. will suffer, If she does not
consent to keep her subjects from making a half way house of Hawaii. Should
he succeed it will be the greatest diplomatic victory he has yet won and
will make him solid with the voters of the Pacific coast
Prof. Korn's Latest Experiments;
Much attention is now paid in Ger
many to the remarkable measure of
success which has attended the In
stallation of Prof. Korn's invention
for the transmission by wire of pho
tographic reproductions over long
distances. His latest experiments
show that nearly as satisfactory re
sults are secured by making use of
ordinary telephone wires as on .lines
specially constructed for the purpose.
The only difficulty encountered on
telephone wires results from calls4 on
adjoining wires. These cause the fbr
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Amalgamated' asciety or xauway nervaau
if !th. rail way, companies do not con
sent to concede some of the liemuds of thetr-
employes. Aid Mr. Bell u not 4 man to be tnoea
with, either. He is a strong, determined man of
moderate views,' hut iron purpose, ;who has con
sistently refused to wage a demagogic war upon
capital, and who has always urged the unions to
remember that capital has its rights as well as
labor. , ! .
When the labor party, intoxicated with its own
success at last, election, introduced a resolution
in the house of commons in favor of socialism, Mr.
Bell refused to hate anything to do with-it even
when urged and threatened by the Amalgamated
All Bin Hamoud, the youthful sultan of Zan
zibar, who is. now touring Europe, is said to be on
the lookout for possible additions to his harem.
The dusky ruler enjoys the distinction .of having
the finest collection of female beauties in the
Orient Rival harems, such as those of the sultan
of turkey and the shah of Persia, may be more
extensive, but All is credited with exquisite taste,
and he doesjnot leave the duty of selection -to a
subordinate. Each candidate for admission to his
seraglio receives the 'personal and critical atten
tion of the youthful Sultan. Such care has had its
Inevitable result Turkish, Arabian, Circassian
and European beauties combine to make the
royal harem :of Zanzibar the most superb institu
tion of its kind the world over.
The sultan is almost as much a European as
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mation of zig-zag lines on the repro
duced picture at the receiving station,
which are easily corrected by retouch
ing. Alterations in current intensity
by ringing on or ringing off, as well as
during conversations over adjoining
wires, are without effect It Is further
shown that the wire, employed for
photographic reproduction can simul
taneously be utilized for telephonic
conversation. Consular Reports.
Learning Ever New.
Learning is ever in the freshness of
IU youth, even for the old.
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COULD USE THE ROAD.
Irish Soldier's Great Idea When Cover
Was Badly Needed.
The following colloquy Is said to
have actually occurred during one of
the earlier battles in 'the Philippines:
A detachment of American infantry,
under orders. to support. Bisection of
Capt Rellly's battery, were halted for
quite a while on a perfectly flat mili
tary road In full view and fine range
of the Filipino trenches. Of course, to
lie flat on the road was the only avail
able "use of cover."
In this detachment was an Irishman
who had served his time with the col
ors In the British army before he en
listed with Uncle Sam. As a recruit
he had been very prone to tell how the
British soldiers did everything. As a
result he was incessantly plied with
questions as to his experiences. While
the bullets were "plopping" down the1
road and kicking up the- graveL a
young Yankee suddenly asked:
"Say, Mike, what do the British sol
diers do with their heads In a place
Quick as a flash came the retort:
."A British soldier has no head,
After a full two-minute pause, Mike
"However, be that as it may, I wish
I could pick up this d road and
il;n it on edge ferninst me!"
An Acute Observer.
A one-armed man sat down to his
noonday luncheon in a little restaur
ant the other day, and seated on the
right of him was a big. sympathetic
individual from the rural district
The big fellow noticed his neigh
bor's left sleeve hanging loose and
kept eyeing him in a sort of how-did-it-happen
way. The one-armed man
failed to break the ice, but continued
to keep busy with his one hand sup
plying the inner man.
At last the inquisitive one on the
right could stand it, no longer. He
changed his position a little, cleared
his throat and said: "I see, sir, you
have lost an arm.!'
Whereupon the unfortunate man
picked' up the empty sleeve with his
right hand, peered Into it, looked up
with a surprised expression, and said:
"By George, sir, you're right"
True to His Promise.
' A teaeher in a tenement district hur
ried from the school to find the mother
of a pupil who had been taken quite
"Can yen shew me where Mrs. An
gelo Seandale lives?" she inquired of
a cherub transplanted from the sunny
south to a dark, sunless alley.
Tea, teach, I show you," and a win
ing, sticky hand dragged her en with
such speed as to make her stumble
over an Italian 'dame seated en the
( After the teacher's breathless flight
toward the clouds, the little hand
. "There where Mees Seandale live,"
indicated the horizontal arm and fin
ger, "but she downstair sitting on the
step," finished the, smiling lips.
Harper's . Magazine.
'Tunny thing about Dubley. He said
he needed a little whisky because ha
was run down."
. "Well, wasn't he run dewn?"
' T don't know about that, but I 4m
know he was run in." The Cataolia
Standard and Times.
Also Have Things to Learn.
Tor many years 1 have used coffee
and refused to be convinced of its bad
'elect upon the human system," writes
a veteran school teacher.
, "Ten years ago I was obliged to give
up my much' loved work in the public
schools after years of continuous, la
,bor. I had developed a well defined
case of chronic coffee poisoning.
"The troubles were constipation,
flutterings of the heart a thumping
in the top of my head and .various
parts of my body, twitching of my
limbs, shaking of my head, and, at
times after exertion, a general "gone"
feeling with a toper's desire for very
strong coffee. I was a nervous wreck
"A short time ago friends came to
visit "us and they brought a package of
Postum with them, and urged me to
try it I was prejudiced because some
years ago I had drunk a cup of weak,
tasteless stuff called Postum which I
did not like at all.
"This time, however, my friend
made the Postum according to direc
tions on the package, and it won me.
Suddenly I found myself Improving in
a most decided fashion. '
"The odor of 'boiling coffee no long
er tempts me. I am so greatly bene
fited by Postum that if I continue to
improve as I am now, I'll begin to
think I have found the Fountain of
Perpetual Youth. This Is no fancy'
letter but stubborn facts which I am
glad to make known."
Name given by Postum Co. Battle
Creek. Mich. Read the book, "The Road
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Orientals Knew Well Hew to Make
This Favorite 'Ceafastlew Dell-
cieaa When Prepares at Heme
i There is no peanut candy better
than that made by ts Ciaese. -The
sugar aadwater are not1 boiled to the
"crack," bui to the. "ball" degree evi
dently.. A slight navar of lemoa peel
may be given. The peanuts are added
and the" soft mass turned into a re
ceptacle which contains a deep layer
of little white sesame seeds. More
seeds are scattered over the top, aad
these adhere to the hot candy. When
cool it is cut in squares or diamonds
with a very sharp knife, for if a
knife be dragged over it the candy
would pull out of shape.
Peanut Candy. A homemade pea.
nut candy may be made from three
pounds of sugar and a pound and a
half of peanuts. Allow one pint of
water for the sugar and boil it As
sooa as it comes to a boil put la the
peanuts and a large teaspooaful of
pure cream of tartar, Have a very
moderate fire and let it cook until
when you lift the wooden spatula you
use for candy-making the nuts and
syrup will run off easily from it
Have a baking pan well oiled or but
tered. When about 'cold Invert the
pan and let the sheet of candy fall
upon the table. Turn It over and with
a sharp knife cut it into strips, or,
if not so particular, just knock it
smartly and break It into irregular
pieces. Other nuts may be so used.
Pecan Pralines. Pecan nuts should
be made into pralines with brown
sugar. Choose the best dark brown
sugar and boil it with, a little water
until it spins a thread) Then put in
the nuts and turn into rings, ordrop
in circles the size of a cooky on paper.
If they do not come off easily, a little
moistening of the paper on the reverse
side will make them loosen.
If you have an old-fashioned grocer
who has good, molasses barrels, get
the sugary deposit in them. Perhaps
some baker may have" this, but mo
lasses in the good old way is not eas
ily had since- modern mills and trusts
came into vogue jand rapid methods
have driven put old slow ways. Peo
ple get syrup in cans .and molasses
does not play the part it once did.
Sorghum will not answer for the old
recipes in confectionery or ginger
bread or steamed puddings!
' Cocoanut when shredded, or brazil
nut sliced may be added to white
sugar' pralines. Boil the sugar and
water until it will spin a thread and
may be cooled and stirred, until it will
drop out a creamy mass, but not so
stiff but that it will spread easily,
and cool in firm cakes.
White Mountain Pudding.
One pint sweet cream, whipped to
stiff froth: one cup granulated sugar,
boiled until it threads; one cup mixed
nuts chopped fine, two ounces can
died cherries, one small can sliced
pineapples, whites of four eggs beat
en to a stiff froth. Pour the sirup
over the beaten eggs, then add this
to the whippedcream, also the fruit
cut into small pieces, and nuts. Pack
in ice aad salt to ripen about eight or
ten hours. It can be served with or
without the following' sauce: Yolks
of two eggs, over which pour. 'grad
ually the sirup made as above, with
one cup gsanuiated. sugar, add juice
and grated rind of one lemon; also,
three urge bananas, mashed. Serve
cold ever the pudding.
Sauce for Desserts.
, A .plain vanilla Ice cream a Keorn
starch pudding, or a. minute tapioca
becomes a fancy dessert' when served
with chocolate custard sauce. Beat
one egg with on-fourth cup sugar until
well' incorporated, add a pinch of salt
and one cupful hot milk, beating con
stantly to prevent the egg cooking;
melt one-fourth ounce chocolate and
one-eighth cupful sugar with two
tablespoonfuls hot water in basin of
hot 'water until it becomes glossy;
then add to the milk and eggs aad
cook in double boiler until custard
coats the spoon ; when cool add one
fourth teaspoonful ground cinnamon.
Idea for a Wash Cloth.
A design for a wash cloth which will
do away with confusion when several
people' in the family leave their towels
and wash 'cloths in the bathroom is
made as follows: Buy a yard and
three-quarters of linen crash, at 16
cents a yard. Buttonhole the edges In
scallops with a dull finish floss and
work the monogram in the corner
with the same floss. This takes but a
small amount of time compared with
the confusion It does away with.
To Improve the flavor and quality
of grated or ground mush heat sifted
meal on a shallow pan or two pans,
if necessary, in a moderate oven till
it is deliriously parched, yet not
scorched brown or the least blacken
ed. Then stir into boiling water suffi
ciently salted. This is less liable to
be lumpy or pasty; also cooks sooner
than raw meal.
v Creamed Potatoes.
Slice thinly six boiled potatoes.
Make' a white sauce with a spoonful
each of flour and chopped parsley
fried in butter. Do not let these get
brown. Add a cup of water and last
the 'chopped potatoes. Season with
salt and pepper and let boil slowly
for 10 minutes, stirring often. Serve
Brighten' Picture Frames.
Gilt picture frames may be freshen
ed and brigfftened by washing them
with a soft brush dipped in the fol
lowing mixture: Put enough flour of
sulphur into a pint of water to give it
a yellow tinge, add two onions cut
into pieces, and let them boil; strain
into a dish, and when the liquid be
comes cold it is ready for use.
Walnut Waffles. ,
One scant cup brown sugar, two
eggs, one teaspoon baking powder,
four heaping tablespoons, of flour,
three-fourths cup chopped walnuts.
Drop by teaspoon on buttered tin.
These are fine.
Hen. R. S. Tharin, Attorney at Law
and counsel for Anti-Trust League,
writes from Pennsylvania Ave.v N. W.,
Washington, D. C. as follows:
- "Bavins; used Ptmmm for cmtarttrnt
4h4ern, I am able to testify to its
Eat remedial excellence and do not
itate to give it my emphatic endorse
ment and earnest recommendation, to
all personsaffected by that disorder. It
Is also a foafc f'grtmt msefu Ittewa."
Mr. T. Barnecoit, West Aylraer, On
tario, Can., writes: "Last wiutcrlwas ill
with fmeummmim 1terhminglmgrlppc.
I took Pernna for two month3, whea I
became quite well. I also induced a
yonng lady, who was all rum 4wn
and confined to the house, to take Pe
rnna, and after taking- Pernna for three
months she is able to follow hcr trade
ef tailoring, learn recommend Pinna
lor all such who are ill and require
i Some people prefer to tike tablets
rather than to take medicine in a fluid
form. Such people can obtain Pernna
tablets, which represent the solid me
dicinal ingredients of Perunas Each
tablet is equivalent to one average dose
His Word Net Good.
John aad Jim agreed to settle a
difference by fighting it out It was
understood that whoever wanted to
suit should cry M'nough!n John got
Jim down and was hammering him
soundly, when Jim' cried '"nought"
But John paid no attention to his cry
and kept on pounding him. Again and
again Jim called out '"nough! But
John paid no heed and kept busy with
his fists. A boy standing near asked:
"Why don't you let the feller up?
He's yelled " 'nough!"
"But he's such a liar yon can't be
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srfcitr or the arm of V. J. Cuxskt a Co.. aiag
feaalaeai la Uto City of Toledo. Cosatr kmI Bu:
aforesaid, aad taat aatd Arm will par the nam of
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for ach aad e.cry
am of Catabbr that caaaot bo earoa y tao ua of
Hau. Cati Ccbx.
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Swera to btrore mo aad aabacrlbed ia mj pretence,
hU W day of Dccaaber, A. D- 18M.
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B&ll'a Catarrh Cora le takea fnteraally aad acta
directly oa the bluud aad inucona surface of .tao
aystem. Bead for teat:iaititaM. free. m
i Take UaU'sFauUiy Fills for coaetlaattoa. '
"Does the child ever keep still a
minute?" asked the woman as the
youngster sprawled noisily over the
eeueh ia a dozen squirming positions
at ones. It seemed to her.
"No," answered his mother. "They
are growing whea they do that they
"Win you please ask him to stop
growing." Implored the woman, "just
far this week while he Is visiting me?"
With a smooth Ires aid Defiance
Starch, yon can launder your shirt
waist just as weU at home as the
laundry can; it win have the
stiffness and finish, there win
be less wear and tear of the goods.
aad It will be a positive pleasure to
aaa a atareh that does not rtlck to the
Tea eaa make one kind ef an Im
pressiea by following a statement with
an apology, but it will not be a good
Lewis Siacle Binder eicar riehest.
mttefyiag smoke on the market. Yoar
dealer er Lewis' Factory, Peoria, HI.
The first use of a mean at a ban
suet In Germany dates back to 1489.
Positively cared by
these Lttde Pills.
Ther also rellere Dis
tress from Dyspepsia. In
digestion and Too Hearty
Eatinf-. A perfect .reav
gTg LtaSa "tat Drowsiness, Bac
I BSB TastelntheXoata.Coat-
ed Tongue, Pain in tbe
Side, TORPID UVEB.
They regulate tbe Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
SMALL PILL. SMALLCOSE. SMALL MICE.
6enine Must Bear
$30 AN HOUR SS
MERRY GO ROUNDS
m & 1 rWast 'Jawlwa aaCa
luUKters. Ueatbl. Soars Toxow.asxu.a.T.
Of. the SK delegates who.
CeakUa'a lead, fought Mhe
iOsia ISSt, therari
" I. ' W i
tin Hviag eaiy 7X
j prr tz rr .-
It's an right to stand up far
yea are act,
" , TT
msmpm masmaamevsm anvsssww
protect the saHcy heWers ef the
IMEB IESEME UFE CI
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All policies secured by a deposit ef
approved securities with the
State of Nebraska.
Agents wanted en favorable
' B. H. ROBISON, PRESIDENT.
1 Plait FIEE
an mm wi n.
SCIaffUEl & MELLEI PIAII CI.
Special This Week
$18.50 WTOHM tftf j?
Tnls Is an extra heavy. jeenulB Os
tennoor Mattress, made of hand-laid
patent Elastic felt, with beautiful Art
Sells everywhere for $1&50. Shipped
anywhere in the state, freight prepaid,
ORDER ONE TODAY.
ORCHARD it WILHCLM
OIAHA. SOLE MtBW.AQSBTB
6 ra 10 INTEREST
OR YOUR RWREY
That Is what you can get by buying
Omaha Real Estate
We have many good properties from
$1,600 TO $50,000
That we will be pleased to show yon
any time, nothing safer, better or more
HASTINGS AND HEYDEN
1704 Farnam Street Omaha, Neb.
RHeae! LUMIIO Bought and sold
' WILLS Carefully Prepared
Weaetas TRUSTEE far corporate bond 1fanea.btt
aad rare for ssoiiettj for beaeat ef auaora er aged
PETERS TRUST CO.
Ship to ALEX 6. RUCHARAM SOU
Ueo Stock Cerosalsslsfi. lSf-lSt Eacaaac BUg,
Mob. 32 Tears baab
with a Black
Dlaaa J Stool
all tbo way tbrenab. Ton aavo aerer
ssed tbo beet Calk oa the market. Ask yaw
ilta to aaow it to job.
NEW BELL PIANO, $165!
By iaanirisg at once we will
sell tlrisraahogaay finished Bell
Fiase (fully guaranteed), for
.aaly $165. Terms, cash or
payments. A. HOSPB CO..
OMAHA. BBB. Cat ta$o oat aaa SMil with letter.
Maes of ail jaakee at eeeatly re-
nera. jceaaiagtoa la
repair. S3Se." fervor
nanatMA. aaBasba. W
aaarblnes at St aaS aw ace
7 Fa 1 sail St..Oaaafcw. Bepalia
garan asooox Baaaaeaea.
tOBsaaafal art '
8 naaowsi Car tor Cbnat-
Art Coras, beaavfal soaato
c ao. rata-
brartasT ovate, rwevrtal.ananac kceace, eawo
tlaa,asafse,aga.aata. awilsa vtoaesara
, caiio awjoiea. mm. i.sa, tbo
.Dispatchers wire and Station Blanks
rurnlsnes ni tr u. P. R. s. Co. Oper
ators la big demand. Positions guar
anteed. Write at once. Address :OM AH A
COwlMEnCIAt. COU.ESE. Omaha, webr.
THE WUIlf OPTICAL CO.
' eatwnl wttb aa aM assert.
eptlrtaa tarhan. forlljaan
rer of tbe renfoht Optical Co.
Prs-Baltoy a Bfaeh. The
. i DENTISTS
an aoor. ru
Block, cor. :
3JI1 rirtHifc. Omaha. Neb. Best eqnfpeea
Dental oBce la the Middle Wen. Iaii appliances.
Higb grade Dentistry. Keasiinable prices: ""
Highest market price
paid. Send for prices
and Kbinuinir tan.
We make a special tr of FINE COATS AND
SCAHFS FO I.ADIES. AULABAU6H,
ISOB Douglas St., Omaha.
$5 Ptr Day
made by our aerate ao-
Kemaie. Chicago Jficturo and Frame Co.,
annfartaren awl Wholaalr of HctarM. FAmmm
rurtrait. Art 5oltle aad Glaaa, COS aauth lata)
St.. Omaha, wnteibn weekT''""" fcyw
Do You Drink Coffee
Why pat tbe cbeop. raak. kltter flarmxl eoVee la
rmratonaeb bea pare 6ERMAN-AMER1CAN
COFFEE coeta ao sseret laslatoabaTiaslt. Toar
grocer sells It or eaa get it.
turn oawistt. risiua BwyaaaBaj I IB
styears la Oaaha. Keb. Beem 4. Boshaun Rock. X. E.
eorBerMthaaODoogtaaMW. flood set tctk.J0; Kld
crowna. UM-. bridge teeta. MJO: Ammtgrnm mnaS. set
BtlTer Slllnini. ne: geld (Hilars. M aadupT woRStTA:
alTMb IP IMU. brtaa5adertliaWnt wKkyoa!
ROM PIPE iFiniletS
Grain. Steles ani Btads
correaagaeeata ofMoreaeait S Co. (laeXcTaelaaau!
jmoi wm win anaa wo aniian yoar
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