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THE OMAHA DAILY ItEE ; MONDAY , 1 > 13C13M'1M3K 28 , 181X5.
COUNCIL BLUFFS DEPARTMENT
.1:1 MMI IIKVI rov.
Camrrao and photo suppl'Cs. ' 12 Pofrl t
MM. r , J Schnorr will spend XMV Yt r >
with frkniln In Carson , la.
Miss Manilo Field * will pcnd Now Year' *
wtlh her mother nnd sitter In Krsinont , Neb
The second party of the Dancing club will
bo jclvcn nt the Hoyal Arcanum hnll tomor
The mother of Mrs .1. J , Keith In lying at
the hos.ir ol brr dauRhter on nrterltth ax-
nuo serlnuslj III.
Ned M'lilu-Il was In the city yeslnrdsy on
route to Lincoln and Denver , whenho goon
with iho llittner Opcrn rompnny , which he
Joined about a week ago.
While the Indies are buay mklng up their
pirty "lists " the young man makes tip his
Inundry "ilpt" nnd tends his bundle to
the "IJagle , " 721 Droadway.
Mrs M I ) Ayres U spending the holldajs
with relatives In Washington county. She
will return shortly after Now Yenr'w mil
then Mr Ajres will leave for intttborn Cali
fornia , wherIt Is probable thcj will maUo
tholr homo In the future.
The rally nt the rooms of the YOHII ; Men'R
Christian nmoclatlon jwurda > vveiij for
both men and women. The subject for fan-
tldeiullon was "WI hlnK You All a Happy
New Year" Thp attnndaupo was large , nnd
theio was n general cxcliango of Brcct-
Ice dealers nro bocomlnff anxious over the
poor outloak for the ILC crep this vvlntci The
weather this winter no far has been almost a
repetition of last wlnttr , nnd the dealers are
considering mean * of avoiding nnother Ice
famine Thu work of Illllng cold storngo
plnnts with the six-Inch Ice from Mosquito
trrck will be commenced today.
The Iloston Comic Opera company mnde a
- "Mascot" nt thu
decided hit Inct evening-
Dohnnj thcntor , Despltn the fact that the
company was slightly depleted be-
rnuso of sevci.il members being
nway for the holidays , the music
was given with dash. The well known
opo/i lost nothing by the handling It re
ceived from the flonton Op ra company. This
.ovtnliiB "Said Pasha" will be given and n
number of special features will be added.
Superintendent Illscy , Prof. Hiij-dcn nnd a
latge number of school olllcera nnd teachers
have gene to lies Molnes to attend the meetIng -
Ing of the State reacheis' jssoclatton , which
lOlivcnos there today and las'o three days.
Pi of Hlflcy tnok Ma phonograph with him
nnd will Illustrate hla system of tone-hlng ,
n Hvnictn tint Is crc-atinir n good deal of In
terest all over the country. Dr. II W. S.-uv-
ju also holds a piomlnent place on the
proRiam Ho Is down for onr > of the- most
Important nddusscs of the ( .css'.on , and will
lead lu a number of dlaciu'nlaiis.
C n Vlavl Co. , fi male rcmedj' . Modlral
eonbtiltntloii free Wediicsulaja Health book
furnished 200 Morrlam block.
N Y Plumbing company. Tel. 250.
ll'iffmavi s fancy patent flour makes the
best nnd most broad. Ask jour grocer for It.
Snmtn > SohoolVorliri. .
The delegates nttendlng the Interstate
Sunday School Institute scattered amoiii ; the
various churches jastcrday. The majority
of them , however , attended tlio services
at the I-attei Day Saint's tln.it ch nnd
paitlrlpatid In the cxcn-iscs and discussions
that had been arranged for the day. At
9 30 o'clock there was n social meeting , with
T A Hougns In charge , with Sunday school
work and expcrlcneo as Iho theme for the
At 10 " 0 there was a 'ample of primary
\voik by Miss Dora Young , who exampllflcd
her methods by piaetlcal application In
the regular Sunday school of the church.
Tlio work was \crj Intel c&tlng and Instruct
ive and continued until nearly noon.
Two brief sessions were held during the
nfternoonwhen Intermediate nnd senior
class vvoik In the Sunday school was shown
by W. N. Hoblnson and Ml s Anna Saljards
ns Instructors. The evening program was
elaborate , and Was devoted entirely to tem-
pcranco. The Institution will remain In ses
sion today and tomorrow. The program for
the two .days follows :
Monthly ; 0 n m.-Sundny school review
work , led und Illustrated by J. F. Mlntum ;
( a ) further Ilium rntlon ns to conducting n
combined nncl complete tovicvv In sove-n
minutes , by W N. Hobliiflon ; ( b ) general
illHousBlon. 10 II a. -Toitebcr'H training
oliiHS , T. A IlouuiiH , Instructor ; text , part
I Triiuibull's "Teai'hlnjf and Te-ne-liers "
230 j ) . mVhltlnir oommlttoo , J. F. Mln
tum Instructor ; ( a ) ofhoni composed ;
( b ) by whom appointed ; ( o ) who In ebnrco ,
( d ) H H n prnctlcnl e-oinmltti-e ; ( e ) should
HyHtomiille work bo done. 3-30 p in. DH-
e-UKsion , T A llougas Instructor ; ( n )
selecting ti.u'hersj (1) ( ) by whom ; (2) ( ) who
iiualllhil to tench ; ( b ) IH there dnnger of
conflict with branch organizations , ( < ) who
Bhould work In .Sunday Schools 4:30 : ji. in
llhu-kbonrd work , Joseph Roberts Instruc
tor 730 p m PapiT , Illustrated , "Svs-
t malic and PnMystcniatlo Touching " by
Joseph Huberts. k.'W p m "Sunday School
Nc vv'Hpapor , " by Charles Frv
Tiicwlnj ! ) a in Que-stlon box. In chnrtfo
of Hupi'rliitondont and nei'rotnry. 10 30 a.
m lit nenl association nooiN , W N Hob
lnson Instructor ; ( n ) suggestions for nd-
\nnroiniiit , Ib ) how cnn ollloers work moro
ndvniitageouslj' ! ( e ) discussion of proposed
nmcndmi'iitn 2-30 p. m P.irllamentury
law , T , W Williams Instructor. 1 ,10 p. m
Dlackboard work T. A llougas. In-
Rtructor. 7 3) j > in int-rtnlnmoiii , returnc
liy superintendent and sceretarj' .
Pine livery for parties and dances. Ogden
Livery , 108 Ilroadwuy. Telephone S3.
Wo venture to say that our store Is Iho
best arranged In the city , filled with rate
gems of diamonds , flno Jewelry , watches and
chains , sllveiwnro nnd silver novelties
Wo make Hpeclnlly low prices on tnblo cutlery -
lory , carving nets nnd full ten sets , qundiuplo
Plato. C. H. JACQUHMIN & CO. .
27 South Main Street.
I.iiNt "HIilvioiKPrnor Mrollnir.
On next Wednesday evening will occur the
last mld-wcck prajcr meeting of 1S9G , and
a movement started late last week to make
It a union meeting at the Ilroadway Meth
odist church has become vcrj popular Ihe
Second Presbyterian congregation has united
with that of thu Ilroadway church , nnd largo
delegations nro expected from all the ether
churches. A chonw choir of 100 voices will
bo prevent to furnish the music , and will bo
composed of tlu young people's societies of
thu churches and the me-iubcrs of the
Young Mcn'ti Christian association of Coun
cil lllulTfl 13. II. Stevenson of Cedar Hap-
Ida asshtnnt superintendent of the American
Sunday school union , will make thu nddreen
of the evening , nfter which Hev Dr. John
AMdn and cithern will give flve-mlnuto tnlks
on the Importunco of a general awakening
ninong the people nnd the conversion of the
mae-scti. A number of prominent buslines
men have piomlsed to bo prcbent , nmong
them being Major Carson , who. It Is ex
pected , will also deliver n short address.
lly sending forty Domestic soap wrappers
10 L Ho ) ten & Co. , Des Molnes , la. , j-ou will
get six silver teaspoons free.
If jou want n bargain In watches and diamonds
mends call at Siijder's , 32S Ilroadway.
( lOOH III I InPoNfOllloO. .
The Christmas session of the Crlbbago
club was held at the Orand hotel Saturday
nlKht , the play continuing until after mid
night iievcn members wuro present , twenty
games being plajed. The contestants were
J J Jonea , Tom How man , Pony Moore , W
A Travis. Samuel Haas , George Wise Pred
Johnson , W M. Shepard. F. i : , Shcpard ,
Louis Kunmiehlcn and M C. Vnnduveer
The medal was won by Pant Master How-
man by a score of nix teen games out of
input y , the bettt average made this season.
. In commemoration of the honor of vv liming
the medal Mr Hovvman gavu a dinner party
at the. ( Srnnd hotel last evening to thu mem-
bem of the club. In addition to the mem-
bcrs mentioned above the following n -
lendcd tliii dinner Dr Waterman , IM .straw.
D J Clark , J. W. Peregoy and S. F. Farns-
gold filled watches , iigln move-
tnuiit , $12 , at Wolliiian'B.
lly scndlns forty Domestic soap wrappers
o L. Ilolton & Co , , Don Molni-s , la , , jou will
let alx silver teaspoons free * .
Only one more week of the Dnrfeu Furniture -
nituro couipauy'i great removal inlu. Uar-
LOOKING FOR THE LOAVES
Pfitriotu Who Watch for tlio Passage of the
Io\va Patronage ,
SEVERAL COMBINATIONS IN EXISTENCE
( lull Aiipiirlliiii the Olllors In
Sonllicrii limn Ilu AVMIJvvllli
Iho Axiilriitloits oC an
Interest In tlio federal appointments for
Council Dluffs nnd the Southern district of
Iowa liag not abated , dc pite the rumor
that the slate has all bcin llxcd up. Per
aome time thu neplrttnts for thu vnrloua
odlccHcio greatly stirred up ovur the 10-
ported aeroi'mcnl between the membtrs of
the Iowa dclt'gstlon In coiiKi'csa to leave the
appointments to the eunatora. Kniphntlc
di-nlaU of the repoit wire received by some
of the lending republicans In Council llluffs.
The slate for the threu leading oHlcm in
the Southern district gives the nttortuyshlp
to howls Miles of Corydon , the marshal's
oillcu to acoiftc A. Christ 1,111 of Cirlnncll and
thu , collector of customs to John M. Kcm-
hlu of .MiiKcallcc. Asldo from thope who
are nlkKcd to bo of the elect there nro a
number of energetic ecekcro for the same
heitha In Uncle Sam's service. Pottavvatta
in I o county has 12 A Conslgticy of Avoca
who Is consldi'U-d perhaps the i.lronge.st
man , next to ConKu mun Lacej'fl man , for
niaruhul. In eabu of a breaking up of thr
slate he U looked upon by local upublleaii ! )
as nlmoat a certainty. The Ninth district
has John IIoatlu'rlnKton , from Congress
man Hugir's town , Urrcnflclil , no another
landldutL * for marslml He Is well backed
by the men from his own cutintj.
Lewis Miles was attoiney under Presi
dent Ilarrliim and Is thnught to be right
In line for another term. While be has
a good place among the rcpubllenns of this
county , many uf the members of the bar j |
are not enthusiastic over the prospect of his
appotntnunt. Major Curtis of Atlantic Is j
tlll enrrgrtlcally In the Held for the same ,
olllce , nnd T. C1. Dawaon has not objected |
when Ills name ban been mentioned for the | [
HTIIIO place. It Is generally understood ,
however , that Daw son will be well taken
caic of nnd that he may gft tlio secretary
ship of ono of the legation" He has the
enthu.ilastle support r.f the entire Iowa dele
gation , which la looked upon heie as es
pecially near to the Incoming administra
tion. Iowa has never had nny recognition
In the legations , nnd thin mnkiu Dawson'u
chanics umarkably good Ho Is fully
equipped for the place , being nn excellent
llnguht ami nn old ncwspipcr man.
There has been llttlo If nny change In
the contest for the Council HluffH postolllce ,
except the addition of a new name to the
list of the candidates. Korren' Smith has
announced that ho would llko the Job He-
sides Smith there me the following- . P.
Grccmhlelds , an American Qltlzen of five
jcaifi' standing , : iC picsciit nhlornianot-
large and a prominent local politician : I.
M. Trcjnor , secretary of the republican state
central committee former postmaster and
ono of the leading lepubllcans of Iowa ;
C II. Panda , minority member of the repub
lican side of the school board and an old
Eoldlcr ; John Limit also an old soldier ,
and Ilarrj Forsyth , one of the leading re
publicans of the Fourth waid. Gicen-
shlcld.s Is making the most energetic cnn-
vnsj and has secured n largo backing.
Trcyuor Is at the- present time doing little.
Ills friends announce that he will he n
candidate when the time comes.
voi.r.vrnnits' SI'PIM.IP.S ' STOII.V.
I iii-ouoiiornti * TIO\OM | | Hoh n llooiii of
I'ooil Intoniloil for Ihe Poor.
The members of the local organization of
the Anurlean Volunteers nro putting In a lit-1
tlo extra time prajlng for some totally de
praved thieves who made It Impossible to
carry out extensive plans for the relief
of n number of poor families In the cltj.
On Chrijtma. ) afternoon the Volunteers gave
a frco dinner to the poor children and poor
people of the cltj- . They engaged a largo
teem on the ground floor on litoadway not
fay from their headquarters nnd spread
tables that fairly groaned under their weight
of substantial food No restrictions were
put upon their gursU , and all who cnino
wcro permitted to eat all their stomachs
could contain During the afternoon they
fed -150 meiii , women and children. For sev
eral weeks prior the Volunteers had been
collecting the food for this feast. Their
ufTorta vvero crowned with extraordinary
success nnd they had a great deal moro food
than they required to feed the small army
on Christmas day. Their plan wao to prc-
pare all of the remaining food for general
distribution among poor families they had
discovered n any of whoso members were
unable to reach the hall for the Christmas
dinner. The food was packed away In the
rear part of the barracks , together with the
baskets In vvl.lch It WHS to be distributed.
Saturday afternoon and jesterduy were the-
dajti fixed for the distribution , but when
the members met In their hall to carry the-
food awaj they found the-lr larder swept nnd
bare. Unrcgcncrato thieves had broken
open a rear door during the previous night
nnd hnd carried away cvcrjthing In sight
Not even an empty bucket was left. As
a conseciicr.ce | many families who expected
a good dinner jestcrday went hungry.
.lolui WiilUrr HOOOIIIOH IIIHIIIIO.
John Walker , nn old soldier and n charac
ter well known In the city as "Salvation"
Walker , became suddenly Insane jesterday
aftcrnoor nnd lant evening was turned over
to the custody of the police.
Walker has a wlfo and a large number of
children , ranging in age from 2 months to
30 jcars. He lives In GalosburR addition
on North Harrison street His health has
he-en poor for some time and his mind cor
respondingly weak , but no seriously symp
toms developed until yesterday afternoon
when ho was reled with a lit of murderous
frenzy. Ho made- numerous threats that
ho would kill his wife and family , but no
effort was made to restrain him until beget
got hold of a revolver and made a furious
attack upon them. Ho was seized nnd ilia-
nnncd before ho could do nny shooting
When the revolver was taken from him ho
made a rush for a razor and tried to cut
his throat. Again being restrained be be
came so furious that the neighbors had to
bo called In. A 'messenger ' was Edit to the
police station and the patrol wagon was
dispatched to bring him In Ho was very
violent nnd had to be restrained to prevent
him Injuring himself and others. He was
placed In the Insane ward In the county
jail. The commissioner ! ) for the Insane will
examine him today.
The old man hns been a resident of the
city for many jcars. Ho hns raised two
or'thrco fair.llloy , and boasts that he Is
father of blxtcxm children , who are now
Wo have for ealo or rent suvcral desira
ble , fruit , grain , ve-gotablo and stock famm
near Council HluffH for 1S97. Day & Hess ,
Per Tito Woo UN Only.
Iledured prices on all heaters , Oaks and
hard coal , lo reduce our stock. Seu us for
prices. COUi : & COLI3.
ToniiioriinooVnrUrrH \\iil.ln > f t'p ,
Tcmporaneo meetings have been held in
many of the churches during the last few
days , and several others are announced. It
was the subject of pulpit nllunlons In u
number of the churches last night and nt
the morning services yesterday. The service
at the Latter Day Snlnta' church last evenIng -
Ing was devoted entirely to the subject It
Involved an Interesting program , upon which
vvero thu names of a number of prominent
Council muffs men and women , nnd was
nUo taken part In by n largo number of
the delegates to the .Interstate Sunday School
Institute , now In session nt the church. At
the Second Presbyterian church the subject
was given the precedence at the servlce-B
lait ovculue. The attendance was largo anil
nn Interesting program wns carried out. Tonight -
night A maxs temperance meeting will beheld
hold at the Plfth Avenue Methodist church.
Hev. J. II Sonscnoy of the Ilroadwny Meth
odist church , Hev. C. W. Ilruwcr of the
Trinity Methodist , nnd Hev. Lltherlnnd of
the Second Presbytcrlnn church will bo
among the speakers , Good local singers wilt
bo present nnd will sing temperance songs.
A general Invitation has been extended to
the public to be present.
The subject will nlso como up for dis
cussion nt the meeting of the Council ttluffs
Ministerial association today , which meets
nt the -Young Men's Chrlstlnn association
rooms nt 10 30. Announcements of the meet
ing wore read In all of the pulpits In the
city jtsterday and n general Invitation given
the public to attend the meeting. The sub
ject announced for discussion Is the sug
gestive one of "Citizenship. "
The Moilorn Mntliei :
lias found that her little ones nio Improved
moro by the pleasant Sjrup of Pigs , when
In need of the laxative effect of a genslo
remedy than by any other , and that It Is
moro acceptable to them. Children enjoy
It and It benefits them. The true remedy ,
Sjrup of FIR * . Is manufactured by the Cali
fornia fig Sjrup company only.
TIIH TOOLS OK TODAY.
An IntoroHlliiK ConlriiMl H1 Ihe
\Vorl.shop of rifl > lour * . \ o.
An Interesting contrast between thu tools
and engines with which a modern mechanic
cxcculca his work and these which wcro used
only so long ago ns when men now elderly
were joung , was brought out In an address
delivered lecently by President John Ftltz
at a meeting of the American Society of
.Mechanical Knglnccn ? , says the New York
Sun. Mr. Krltz wna well qualified to treat
such a subject , for bo began work In a coun
try shop sixty j ears ago , and making his own
way , first ns n mechanic , and then ns nn
engineer , has risen to the engineering con
trol of one of the greatest Iron works In the
world nt lUtl.lehcm , Pn. , nnd has acquired
the compllrrontnry title of "Dean of the steel
trade1" Ills nddress was upon "The Prog-
less In the Manufacture of Iron and Steel
In America and thu Hclatiomi of the engi
neer to It. "
"My memory of machine ehops dates
back , " he said , "to 1S32. Within a short
d'lUance from my bouse there were thico
cotton mills and large ones for those clajn
two woolen mills , two carding mllla and
sevcial grist mills. At one of the large
cotton mills they had n machine shop , where
the principal repairs for all themllU of the
neighborhood wcro generally made My
father , being a millwright and machinist , as
well as a small farmer , did all the Important
repalra for all the mills. In .this shop , con
sequently , I spent all the oparo time I could
get off the farm , and It was a raiu treat for
mo to get there.
"Tho tools consisted of two small lathes
for turning Iron and one for turning wood , a
machine fo ; cutting light gears ( which was
lo mo a gieit curlesltj1) ) , several vl'os and n lit
of amall toolo. One of these latter was called a
dogtor. ' It WES used to correct 'drunken
threads , ' ns nil screvvs of any Importance
were then cut with the chaser. The lathes
were all made with wooden shears or bedti
In ISIiS I went to leam my trade In the
machine shoo where I wan apprenticed there
were about the same number and character
of lathes ns In the mill shop , but they were
larger , nnd one of them was n double-cndcr
for the purpcHe of boring out wheels that
weie too large to awing over the shears
Theio was nlso a drill prem. made out or a
Inthu-head casting , bolted ngalnst n 12x12-
ineh wooden peat. This was not aery
sightly machine , but It did good work. Wo
made small bratj cablings , built snull boil
ers and cnglnca and did all kinds of country
machine ) and blacksmith work , and made our
own pitterns for casting without any dra\v-
"Here , " ho continued , bringing forth a
tool , "is the \ery hook-nosed lathe tool with
which I did wtrk sixty jears ago. How many
are there of jou now who could even show
mu how to hold It ? Here , " ho continued ,
"is a tool which belongs In the lathe , the
drawing of which jou sco In full slzo over
my head. "
The tools vvero laid side by side The
older had a cutting part made of a bur of
steel halt an Inch thick and thrcc-fourtln
of an Inch deep , and this was set In a round
handle of wood. The handle was pcrhapn
eighteen Inches long by an Inch and a half
In diameter , and near the end where the
tool was lihcrted wan a side handle which
was clamped on eo that It hung downward
near the tool rest when the tool was In
use. The new tool , on the other band , was
nf bare etccl four feet long , four Inches deep
and half an Inch wide. It was curious to
note that thu form of the cutting ends of
both tools was alike. The drawing to vvhlcli
Mr. Fritz referred was of a lathe used at
the UcthlcLcm Iron works to cut up Ingots
ot steel Into portions to make steamship
shafts and other big articles , or for cannon ,
and It Is en pi bio of receiving , turning anil
cuttiiiB up ingots which weigh 200,000 pounds.
It was depleted as holding an Ingot of slxtj--
flvo tons , and the drawing extended clear
across the wall back of Mr Krltz and for
a number of feet on each of thu two sine
walls. There , too. weru shown the enormous
tool posts in which the four-feet-long tool
exhibited would bo clcaped Instead of being
held to its work as of old In the hands of
the workman , and the lathe was provided
with posts enough to have fourteen of these
tools at work ut once.
"I look back , too , " said Mr. Fritz , "to
my early dajs nnd call to mind the equip
ments In the shop for making drawings ,
and compare them with these of todaj- .
Today every uhon of note has n great drawIng -
Ing room equipped with tables and tools of
every needed sort , and with facilities for
producing blue prints by the score. Our
facilities for making drawings sixty years
ngii were very different. The complete shop
outfit consisted of a board , a carpenter's
square , a pair ot compasses , a bevel , a lead
pencil , and a piece of chalk and a Jackplanc
with which to prepare the surface ) of the
board for a fresh drawing. After a time we
adopted the plan of making models In skele
ton of full sizor rspcclallj when any motion
was to bo worked out , and also made , when
It was possible , all the drawings of full
hlze and this practice I am not ashamed to
follow at the present time , as It has many
"Tho machine shop of today Is a marvel
In completeness of equipments for doing
work correctly and with rapidity , having
special small tools for all purposes. The
accuracy with which their round gauges
are fitted up Is such that a machinist of
fifty jcars ago could not possibly realize.
Suppose that In his presence you had separ
ated a one-Inch gauge and held the pliic ;
to warm in jour hand for n few minutes ,
without calling his attention to this , and
then handed It to him with a rcquent to put
It In Its place again. He would have
thought there were witches about when ho
found It would not go back.
"The lnventlojfaml conjunction of Instru
ments of precision and the methods of cali
bration and adjustments which enable
measurements to bo taken within the 50-
OOOtb part of an Inch ; machlncn which
enable the mechanic to fit taper work with
almost the same facility and accuracy as
straight work , are a refinement of practice
ot which a mechanic of fifty years ago
could have hud no conception , "
The AVhlim'N . ! > .
Cincinnati Knqulier : They had mourned
him IIH dead , but , like Knocli Arden or
thu cut hi- had como back.
His llttlo wlfo nut on his knee , thu joj'
shining In her eyes.
"And nro you really glnd I enmo back ? "
"Olml ! " said she "Oladl I hml just
mnilo up my mind to don a widow's out-
tit ; them vvnu the loveliest picture hat ,
with bright ribbon all over It In ttpots. that
I have been longing for , and now I can
get It. Glmir _
The Pnlal Soorol.
Indianapolis Journal : "Whj- . hello , Brig-
gins , what are jou doing here ? I thought
you had a Job as press agent for Dolllo
Footlltos. " "I I am out of that now. You
eec , I saw a cracking good story In one of
the pnpciu and of course I sent It nut , with
her an thu heroine. " "Well , that was all
right. " "And then omo fool newspaper
man showed that thu story was over thirty
yearn old , and drew dcduUlouu as to her
age. " "I ea. "
HEARD OVER THE TELEPHONE
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< } lr * n I.tMic-ly VOIIIIKfritmi n
C'liuiH'c tit niijoy jlIniNi-ir fur u
l.ltllo WlillcUMtVnliitf l >
Hlsli up lii ono oC the ul 'offlco ' buildings
of the city a young man g&f'\n \ his office one
night Inst week. The hour \\as long part
midnight and he felt lonely. Outslile the
night vvns of that dense consistency which
reminds one of a. kettle of tar. The sur
rounding darkness only helped to Intensify
the Isolation experienced by the silent
\\ntcln-r and he hungered for someone with
uliom ho might talk. On thu desk In front
of him the nickel standard of a telephone
met his glance. Pleasant thought , ho would
talk to "Central. "
The "Central , " who had charge of his
particular district , had a pleasant votco nnd
the young mnn had gained an Impression
somevvhoro that he rather "stood In " At
any rate ho frequently "Jollied" her when
ho ought to ha\o been earning his silary ,
and found the process rather to his liking.
Ho rang her up.
"Hello , Maud , how about > ou ? "
"Hello , Mr. Cute , how are you this e\en-
Ing ? "
"Sick abed , Maudle , and djlng for someone
ono to love inc. "
"Well jou can't expect me to lake care
of jou at this distance , " was the pert rc-
"You ain't mad , Maudle ? "
"Nit , but 1 ha\o troubles of my own and
a busy night Is one of them , " said the In
visible divinity. "Do you want to hear some
music ? "
"Tho music of jour voice Is rapture
enough Jor a poor devil like "
"Quit that , or I'll cut you off , " came back
sharp and dcclrlvo. "Do jou want to hear
that music' "
"Sure , turn It loose. "
MUSiq THAT CHAHMS.
The click of the plugs on the board en
they shot Into their proper connections fol
lowed and then an Indlatlnct something
rrrpt over the wire. It swelled In volume
until clear nnd distinct as the baying of a
decrhounl In eomo sequestered valley , It
rolled from the transmitter and Into the
ear of the listener. The strident rattle of a
drum , the sweet tones of violins , together
with their blcndlngs of roods and braotcs
massed Into ono delightful volume
of sound weio plijlng for the
pleasure of the lonely joung in-in.
Somewhere In ono of the big hotels a ban
quet was being held and an orchestra was
regaling the guests. The leader llttlo
thought that his efforts were being ollently
applauded by a listener over a mile away
M.uchcsnncl waitnuraboM followed In lapld
succession until the joung man had heard
nctrly half the program.
"How do jou work that Iaud' asked the
surprised young man , as he caught her ear
"Oh , It's easy enough vvh'rn jou know how.
The clerk at the hotel took the transmitter
off the hook and then connected the proper
numbers for jou. If jou won't give me away
I'll let you In on something rich. Here's
a man who Ij te'llng ' me all about u beauti
ful Jag which a frlcild of his bought for
Christmas. His friend's wife called her
husband up at the club a few minutes ago ,
but couldn't get him. ' I'm not running a
consolation bureau , GO'I Jtirft connected him
direct with his frlcnd'B wife , who Is at home
and ncaily woiricd to1 deaUi over her hus
band's absence. Hcro'thcv ' are. "
U-r-r-r ! Cllcklty click ! Il-r-r-1 Hello1
Vcs , thl.1 Is Hntansplcsh talking to jou yet
And I was telling jou he's'got n daisy , and
that's no Josh. It's iioaltlvely a nclentlQc
study. Ilcen out all the afternoon with the
-boys and didn't near gp home to dinner , but
stayed down-town to nrilsli It up right. Ha"
Ha ! Ha ! " ' "
"Oh , the wretch , " gsapcd'tho ' anxious little
wlfo from her end of the wire.
"Oh. jou needn't feel bad about It , glrllc.
He's ha\Ing a glorious time. "
"SIr-r- , " she hissed , as she trembled with
NO xnin OF IXCITRMENT.
"I sav * , ou needn't get excited over a llt
tlo thing IIlco this. Ho often gets gay. but
his wife ain't on , you know. Dead funny ,
ain't It , but you ought to luir him tall :
about her when he's got a Jag on She'd be
dead stuck on him , I don't think lie's ,
dead batty over the Mtlo brunette waiter
at Ham & Tgg's restaurant. Wanted to take
her out and buv the vUiolr town for her
tonight. Had to hold him down and throw
him Into a can-lago to keep him from It. "
"Oh. the horrid brute' " screamed the
trembling woman "I don't know jou. sir. "
she continued , "hutou are breaking m >
heart. It cannot bo Qufet Still that jou are
talking about' "
"A quiet still' Well , I should say ho had
More llko a disorderly dnmk you would think
If jou BIW him. Ho'a nothing elso. Whv ,
I'\o known him to retire with his famllj
and get up at midnight , go down town and
cut loose and his poor littlu vvlfey never got
noxt. She thinks he's an angel , sha docs. "
"Oh-li-h1" groaned the woman.
"Well , well , never mind ; If jou feel so bad
about It I won't tell jou any more. Ho seen
mo talking to you and he Is actually trying
to get off the lounge to como over hero and
Josh with you. "
"Let him como" ' nnd the gritting of her
teeth was distinctly audible. "Let him
como and I'll talk with him , sir. You can
not put him up too quickly. I don't know
who you ore. sir , but I can forgive you your
disgraceful Impudence If jou will only help
Mr. Still to that telephone , Just for ono
mlnutn , only ono. I'll teach "
Jrit then sonic ono wanted a conncc'lon
with Iho club and Central was obliged to
pull down the connection.
"And still peonlo net married every ela- . "
ea'ld Central to the young man who had beni
chuckling so hard that It was with illlllculty
ho kept his scat.
"Well , I wouldn't have that man's troubles
for money. She won't do a thing to him
when she gets him Oh-h-h-h no , she won't. "
And the lonely joung man hung up his
'phono and departed for hcmo , thankful that
ho at least still lived In a state of single
THU si I.TAN A im > Duirron.
HIMV Hi1111111 - an Aiiu-rli-nii Lumber
rirninlt for Us I'll ) .
A certain lumber firm of Now York City
more than two jcars ago shipped to the
eultan of Turkey several , thousand dollars'
worth of its most valuable goods. The
order Included mahogany and ebony logs
of unusual size , and of , the finest coloring
and general quality tliat omild bo obtained
The payment , or rather the promise to pay ,
relates the Now York Tribune , was In the
bhape of a draft on the .nultan , the money
to bo forthcoming upon dho arrival of the
logs at Constantinople. Naturally the
American firm regarded the Imperial treas
ury of Turkey as good for the prlco of a
shipment of lumber.
In dun tlmo the mahogany nnd the ebony
reached the Golden Horn , and the Mediter
ranean Steamship company sent In to the
shippers a gentle reminder that the dcttlc-
mcnt of freight charges was In order. Hut
meanwhile nothing had bci'n heard from the
sultan or hl.i agents , and the New York
lumber dealers did not fancy being held
responsible for charges upon goods which
were not yet paid for. Cable dispatches
and letters wire sent to the Porte , but the
"wick man of Europe" was apparently too
busy attending to his Armenian mibjectu
to bo able to look after such trlllcs as
nettling with American creditors. No ntls-
factory responses of any hort could bo ob
Then the lumber firm made application to
Miivroycnl Hoy. at that tlmo the Turkish
minister at Washington. Ho promUeil to
sec that his sovereign paid the bill without
further delay , and the hopes of the dealers
Hero again raised. Hut not oven Mnvroycnl
Ilcy was able to open the uultiui'H purse-
strings. The Armenian qucutlon mill ab
sorbed his attention. Mavroj'cnl Ilcy waa
recalled without having accomplished thin
bit of work. The firm had a lawyer working
on the CMC , but had lor months practically
abandoned nil lde.t of o\cr getting the
On the last day of Octobrr , very nppio-
prlntdy on the occasion of the great nound
money parade In thki city , things took n
most unexpected nnd Joyful turn. Influ
enced afar off , It may be , by the prevailing
American sentiment In fax or of paying
one's debts honestly , the nultan , too , de
cided against repudiation , nnd about norm
on tluU day word wa sent In the linn that
the draft had been paid. Since then tlio
actual money has been received.
The moral of this transaction would acorn
to bo that , If jou hnxe business dctllnpt
with Abdul llnmld II. , you must be con
tent to wait awhile for jour tnnney , he-
being a slow debtor , but ono who will como
around at Ust If jou gl\e him plenty of
There Is very little destitution In the
city at the prisent time , much less In fact
thin Ib usual during the winter. So far
this month the city has been asked to gl\e
food and fuel to only two persons , both
of tluso being women who are not In n
condition pust now to help themschcs.
Since Councilman Vanuatu put his plan of
putting able-bodied male applicants to work
on the strcits quite a number of men have
been gl\en work and ha\o been paid In pro
visions. There was some doubt nt first as
to the advisability of trying the plan , but
Vansnnt rather Insisted upon It nnd ho said
last night that so far the scheme- had
worked all right. Sixteen men had worked
a couple of dajs each on the streets nnd were
given orders on grocery stores for provi
sions at the rate of $1 75 per day Thcso
men , Mr. Ynnniint said , appeared glad of
the opportunity to work , and he was glad
ho had a way of helping such people
The county still continues to furnish the
coal needed by Indigent persons , thus tak
ing qulto n load off the city. There has
been less destitution reported this winter
than ever before , one reason for this bring
that all of the packing houses are making
very good time nnd business at the yards
has been good thus making more work
than usual for this time of the jcar.
MV.KIM ; TIII : M > Mtismivis : PAY.
Mili-MlllUs Ol ill-red ln III Whore There
IN I. ItlliNiril. .
Out of town property owners nrc com
plaining because they are compelled to lay
Etdowalks In front of unimproved property
in localities whore there Is a good side
walk on one side of the rtrcct. Within
the past two months the city council has
ordered a large number of sidewalks to be
laid and charged to the abutting property.
In many cases the property owner has not
had the work done In the thirty dnjs al
lowed by the ordinance and the walks have
been laid by the < * lty and the cost charged
up to the property. In some cates walks
have been laid a distance of 150 feet In
front of unlmpiovcd property In order to
connect with walks In front of one or two
houses. There IP a strip of walk over in
the Second ward that lajs right out on
the pralrlo without a house abutting On
the other side of this street there are a
number of houses and a good walk for the
distance of several blocks. The owner of
this property did not ask to be allowed to
lay the walk but the ordinance was put
through by a councilman from that ward.
Similar cases may be found all over the
city and councllmen hive been heard to
boast about having compelled non-residents
to lay walks , etc.
VneiinoicH Vet ! Pllloil.
The dismissal of a number of stock c.\-
nmlncis has left the rot eminent Inspection
department short handed , ns the vacancies
have not as yet been filled. The places
of inspectors at the packing houses are fre
quently taken by taggers now when business
Is brisk. Four Inspectors have been taken
from the lists since election and one lias
bosn transferred to Chicago , so that the Hu-
rcau of Animal Industry Is short five Inspectors
specters and several tairccrs. No one has
yet been appointed chief of the microscopical
department and this division Is still In charge
at Mrs. Ilushnell. It is reported hero that
these vacancies will not bo filled until after
March I , when the * republicans go Into power
The shortage of men compels the Inspectors
still retained to work considerably more than
usual and many of them are anxiously wait
ing for the vacancies to bo filled In order
that i ho business may be conducted as usual
I.I % o Sleek i\ohitni7P nii-cllon.
Next Monday the annual election of offi
cers of the South Omaha Llvo Stock exchange
will bo held. So far there Is only ono tlcktt
In the field , and the chances are that a second -
end ticket will not bo nominated now , The
candidates are : M. U. Murphy , president ;
J. O. Martin , vlco president , directors , W.
F. Denny , L E Roberts , A. C Powell , W
II Walvvork , J lj Carey ; committee on arbi
tration , George Jackiion , W. J. Perry , D. S
Parklmrat , T C. Shelley , W. I ) . Vansant ;
committee of appeals. Lev ! Cox , John P
Clarey , A C. Foster , T W. Tolllfei-ro , IJ. P.
Carpenter. The new dlroctoig will chocse a
secretary end treasurer , ' "vcr since the ex
change has b cn organized. Colonel A I.
Lntt hm been Its sccietary , and theio Ii no
likelihood of a change this year. The trea -
mcr Is Thomas II. McPherson , and It 'n
undci stood that he also will be reappolntcd.
Sin 'M Sirill UloHcN of
An opening has been cut In Uio south
railing of Iho Q street viaduct near Swlftb
In order to enable the emplojcs to board
the Q street motor without being compelled
to walk a block or more to the west end
of the big bridge. At first the men cllmbeu
the railing , but the women could not do
this and had to walk quite a distance to
get to the tracks For the accommodation
of the employes who did not care to climb
the railing a small gateway was cut , and
now the employes stop right from the otalr-
way onto the vladu.it where the car Is
.Solllll Oiiiiiliu 1'i-opli- IlNiiii | | < iliiti-il.
South Omaha people , especially those who
have su'-scrlbcd ' stock In Ihe Transmlssis-
fclppl Exposition , are considerably dlaap-
po'n'ed because u rcbldcnt of this city was
not appointed to Oil the vacancy on thu
board of directors caused by the resignation
of John A. Wakefleld. I' was full" t\-
pected that ono of the several candidates
would be soIertcO nnd the failure lo select
n South Omahix ninn hns been the rnusc of
coDHidornlilo III feel In ? .
( Ml ) ( ) o < ili. |
Mlsi Jcnnlp MetiRcr of lllnlr Is In HIP
city visiting frlenda.
Judge Agncw h.i returned from Jiblr ,
where ho spent a few daja with ivlatlvos.
Mrs W. 1. . llollind , Twenty-fourth nnd
0 streets , Is visiting relatives at Green
The Union Veteran * ' Unnut-llMn club will
meet this evening nt the ofilco of J. O.
N. Phlllbert nf Mcdln. Kan. , who Ins been
the guiwt of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. Dclanney , hao
returned to liU home.
Nov. C. N. Il.iwKOn delivered nn nddrcfH
to joung men nt the Young Men's Ctnlatl.in
o.ijocl.itlon jestordA ) afternoon.
Theiv wnsi n Christmas tree program at
St. Hrldget's church jcstorday afternoon.
Kaeh member of tin ? Sunday bdiool was
given a present.
John Murphy , one of the heavlwt specula
tors nt the exchange , will go lo Sioux City In
ii fo\v dajs ns hog bujer for the Cudahy
There will bo a Joint Installation of offlcera
for mcmbtrs nnd their families nt Ancient
Order of Putted Workmen hall , on the
evening of Jnnunr ) I. A literary proRnut
will be rendered , nnd Hev It 1. Wheeler
will deliver nn addima Itcfieshmcnts will
bo served during the evening.
TIM : Mtsp. poiNTp.it.
.V \ < MV Hni-lclj Pin ) llronuhl Out n ( n
( 'liitroh Snoliihlis
There was great fun In the pulors of
the lltformcd ohurch nt Pccksklll rerentls
relntca the New York Journal The \ oung
People's Society of Christian Kmleivor of
the church had a "nose-fad" sociable Nn
ono can tell whence the tuino ' nose fad
Iliit such sociables are \iry popular Just
now along the Ilud on They afford an
opportunity for mild dissipation , dusted
with exciting uncertainty
Hang a .sheet of canvas from the celling
to the floor , nnd cut small holts In the sheet
Then collect as many pretty girls ns jou
can on ono side of the canvas and as man >
good looking ; oung men on the other. Thru
let the girls place their no < c8 In the holes
In the canvas A joung ijnn must choose
a nose that appeals to hta sense of Ixnuty
and the joung woman attained to that nose
becomes his partner foi the evening
Now , everj ono Is aware that n joung man
uses extiavngant language Ho tells a pretty
ghl that her featuirs arc graven on his
heart ; that he Instinctively feels her pres
ence ; that he would recognlro her In the
dark , and all that sort of thing. The "nose
fail" sociable Is n flno test of fluch a joung
man's sincerity. Of course , tnere la alwnjs
one particular girl nt the sociable whom this
joung man ardentldrslrcs for his partner
Ho walks along the stretch of cmuis. and
with palpitating heart , ho survejs the noses
that are prrewiiod to hlo anxious gae Say
his particular girl has a tip-tilled nose He
1ms often told her that , blindfolded ho would
know her If there vvn. < but one rotrousee
ncse projecting tbiough the cnnvns how
easy would It be to convince hh Mveethonrt
that he has spoken true lint there are half
a dozen uch noses Uarh turns up In the
tame gentle curve ; each has the snmo deli
cate nostrils , behind each , he thinks , stands
his sweetheart vexed nnd pouting because ho
docs not Instantlj recognize her nose It's
n flno test of a jnung man's sincerity.
At the sociable at Peeksklll all seemed to
be Jolly and happj. Hut that was onlj on
the surface. There wore rcallj heart-burn
ings Only two or three. joung men chose
the girls who are nearest to their hearts
"Of cour&o thal'd Clara's ncso , " exclaimed
ono jouth , after a most careful survey "Of
course that's Clara's nose , " he repented nor
would he be daunted by the giggles of the
joung men that penetrated the canvas "I
chose this nose , " he said , positively "and
the lady to whom it belongs "
The canvas was lifted and he confronted ,
not Clara's rival. Clam's dearest eni'iny , the
only girl in IVekskill who In as prettj ni
Clai.i , the girl whoso nose , llko data's
would add beauty to the face of anj Venus.
Hut his choice was made , and Clara , un
happy girl , had learned not to bcllcvo all he
saj-s to her
Such Is the spice of uncertainty , of cx'cllc-
mont , that in a lira "nose-fad" sociables popu
lar at Pccksklll. There's gteat fun at them
MLTHAII/IM ; TUP. DAMJIJH.
IIIH Ml-lhlMl lf ( > * , r-I-Ollllllll7
llm-KI.IU III Illlill IlllIMlMKN.
Any ono who has visited the upper floors
of New York or Boston or Chicago "sky
scrapers" during a high wind must have
experienced the unpleasant sensation known
ns "rocking. " In other words , ho hns felt
the building quiver and even sway sensibly
beneath his feet The natrower of the lull
structures are , of course , especially prone
to "rocking. Mr Harry Lawrence , a ten
ant of the notnblo American Tract society's
building In N'uusau street , New York. Is re
sponsible for the statement that that giant
edifice awajs a foot In an average high wind ,
and. during a gale , even exceeds that limit
The dangci attendant upon this "locking , "
not to speak of the upsetting effect It pro
duces upon nervous folk , must be at once
A wholesale manufacturer of photographic
materials , Wright by name , has Invented nn
Ingenious method of neutralizing the danger
at leabt. Mr Wright's establishment Is In
a loftj building , near Plfth avenue , New
York. Ho uses very heavy machinery , which
renders the building tcphcavy In the ex
treme. During a wind there was always
fear of the machinery being driven through
the somewhat thin walls , or windows ,
thereby wrecking the building nnd men.iclng
patsersby. Mr. Wright was equal to the
emergency IIo simply caused Ills floor to
bo partially /Inc lined and converted Into
n gigantic tank. This ho flooded with water
Then hugo pontoons , or rafts , were con
structed nnd set afloat upon the suCfaco of
this strange twelfth-story lake The pontoons
teens were anchored to the walls on all
sides , by heavy chains and rivets When
these preparations were completed , Mr
Wright had his heavy machinery embarked
upon the pontoons. Thus the building may
lock as It will , but the dreaded masses of
steel arc safely otic at , and all danger from
thc'ii Is neutrall/cd
Ili-i-l SHRIII- < ' < > < - Mri-llnjr. .
Chairman Kmnns of the legislative com
mittee appointed by the beet mig.ir con
vention at Gr.mil Island , has r.illul n nuc-t-
Ing fop Janii.iry 21 , at Lincoln , at 1 o'cloik
1 > m. He asks for n full ntti mlnnre , that
the Important objpc-t of the commlttei''H e\-
iHtencu may be furthered.
Between the two
soap and poor washing powders
thci women who don't use Pearline
have a troublesome time. If
they want to make sure of
perfect safety , they have
to take the hard work ; if
they try to make the work
easier , then they have to
take the risk of harm.
Now , how much belter
it is to get rid of the hard
work and the risk , both
together , by the use of
Pearline ! livery question
is to the safety , the effect-
iveness , or the economy of Pearline has been settled by
millions of women.
Peddlers and some unscrupulous proccrs will tell you " this h as r.ood ns
or " the same ai I'carlmc. " IT'S 1'ALSh I'earlmc is never peddled ,
roccr sends you tomctluni ; in place of Pearline , bo
613 JA lES PVLE New Vork.
LADIES. Hundn-dB of rcnie-dlcH urn put up ciuran ,
Iced tociirnlost inanliood but they dun t Ju |
Do trlflu with
inunntrtintlon not tut Htoppcd HOIK ! $1 It. TurkUli kOHl MnnbobU C'Jimulou til j
. \\arr.uiUKl niitlnionnyrulurni-il for in ery c i " I
for box Turk UliT.inny and
U cloin not curi ) ofVak Mi'iiiori I-out drjlii j
Poiinyiojnl rills aura to ' , . . ' ,
Ilin only by I'r/vnr J.onl Manliood. Nlu'lit ICnilnsicJin
u iv finUI - at ( . ' , cauinl
HA UN'S I'HAUIIAC/ VVtuUnc-au llupioiluclltu Jr.'nun
, by jouihdilirrorB UVHH > OU nuw hu , f-olJ
Ibtli Karnnni (
IIAIIN'HlMIAUMAOr. iHlli und fur-
Unialiu , : . 'eli , lly mall. only Hani bit by , Oniuha , Nob. Cl.OO box by u.all. -
ONLY THE VERY BEST
'Hint Ii ho VitvliMtiloli ( ho I.cncl-
lu IMi > ilclaIIM of Iho Inuit 1U o.
Thous.uul8 of people fit thH time of the
yenr find theumclvcM In n low ttnto of health
mill mflny nro now axMiiK the question ,
"How cnn 1 regain lipnlth nnd strength )
nnd feel ns I oiiKlit lo feel ? "
Per the bcntllt if the people vj n k thin
auoMlon It may bp stnled that some of the
best | ihy ! clnlH In the land MUJ Hint nuturo
requites ns l tnneo , the sluggish blood
needs stirring \ . \ \ Impurities driven from
the syMorn nnd the gicnl orpins of the
body piulouoil with new llfp. Per pioduc-
IIIK these ctfpctti no stimulant linn ever
niuallod pure mult vvhHKey. piovldlntt It
leally ! pure nnd frco from adulteration.
Kmlnent pbjitlolniis thiougliout thu world
ngu-o on this point.
Or. S. Weir Mitchell , Phll.ulelphln. snya :
"I ndlipro to thp belief Hint pnto whiskey
Is thp lonsl li'Jmlous , MfOMt and best aloo-
holle liquor. "
Dr. Prank H. Wmlo , rittsburf ? , saj- * :
"After ninny jv.v.-s of caieful study I mn
llrmly convinced that whiskey l-i the lenst
Injurious , nnd , tluicfotp. the wrest and
best of nleobollo llqiiots fur people to use"
While the above opinions riitij vvi'lgbt
nnd oonvli-tlon. It mt.-t ho lomombrioil
tbnt ordinary vvhl U < \ \ i innot be depi-ndul
upon and will usuallj do moro luuin tlmti
good What people l-i n weak tun-don n
ciinilltlnn tu-id N pute inrilli-tiinl vvhlfktj' ,
nnd the ontv whlskov that lias over nil-
SWPIOI ! this desiilptlnn Is liulTj'H null
i.'on. iXTP.nxAr , AMI KXTKHNu. usn.
cinus AND I'unvKNrs
Coliln , CnuuliM , son- Throat , I nil urn KM ,
UroiiolilIlN , IMioiiiiionlii , Mvollluur
of the .loliiln , l.unilinuo , In-
FronthltoN , riillltlitltin , lloiiilnchr ,
Toothache , Ait lima ,
Dippiri I.T IIIIIATIIIMI.
CUItnn Tin : \\uusr I'.VINS In from one to
( nont > mlniitps Mir ON1 > lloltll nflor icml-
Ini ; this nilMitleciiirnt ni-i-.l nny one blllTUU
Iliulmij'H Hoiul ) Uollof N n Sure Cur
for HMI1'nln , SpniliiH , llrulnpn ,
I'll lux In the llnoU , Clii'-it or
l.linhN. II itiiN the Ili-Nt anil
U Iho mil ) PAIV IlIJMnilY
Thnt Innlantly tlojis tlio mml dcirullillna
tmlna , nlliijs Inilntnni itlon nnd ouri-a congmtlonB ,
vvliitlicr nf tlio I.UIIRS htnnindi , Iloucls or utiior
cl unl < or orBiiin. l > > one upplkatlon
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$1,000 for $1.00 ,
< o men or M onion ,
between IS ami CO > cfll ot UKC. ucalnvt fatal
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Klcanibonta nml Stc-nm IVrrlcs tlOO COO lUiioblled
with the Inmrnncc Drnnrtmcnt ot the itnte ol
New York for the recurlty of the Insured.
Kor Snlo by j
U03 Elan Street.
Til. (03 Omaha. Neb.
TO TRADE 0
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TO BORROW MONEY
TO LOAN MONEY
inv me COLUMNS or mr
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S * why not you ?
9 The Bee
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monthly regulating me-dluluo
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