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TITE OMATIA DAILT TiEE: "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1902.
GASOLINE FIRE BURNS THREE
Exciting Tim Fllwt Tilling Store While
It is Lighted.
WOMAN'S HEROIC RESCUE OF HER BABY
Vn, Merer Kacapri from niaxln
Room nd Returns to Ware I.lttle
One !Sobolr Serlonely
Mn. Yettle Cavich, Mri. Gusle Meyer
and Abble Meyer, the latter 2 years of age. j
were painfully burned by the explosion of .
gasoline stove at the home of Mrs. Meyer, I
110S Bouth Thirteenth street, shortly before j
S yesterday morning. Mrs. Cavich was :
burned about the right leg from the ankle
to the hip and Is the moet seriously tn- ,
Jured of the parties. Mrs. Oussle Meyer
waa burned about the face and hand and
the baby was burned on the feet. i
Mn. Meyer received her Injuries In an
heroic attempt to save her baby. The three j
people were In the kitchen, and Mrs. Meyer ;
filled the gasoline stove while It was 1
lighted. While she was still pouring the i
oil In the stove the gasoline suddenly be-
cams Ignited and exploded. In an Instant I
the floor of the room was covered with Are.
Bnrar nf the Hnhy. I
Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Cavich. her mother,
rushed from the room. As they reached
the door Mrs. Meyer saw her baby was still
in the room. She rushed bark and grabbed
the little one and started for the door, the
room by the time being almost suffocating
with the fire and smoke, She smothered
the little one to her breast and prevented
It from being seriously burned.
Mri. Cavich, who was at the farther side
of the room, was compelled to pass over
the burning oil on the floor. In doing this
fcer clothing caught fire and she rushed out
la the street In this condition. She was at
once grabbed by the neighbors, who had
been attracted by the screams of the women,
nd the fire was quickly extinguished. Her
right leg was painfully burned, though her
Injuries are not considered dangerous.
The fire department promptly responded
to the alarm and the blaze was extinguished
with only about $25 damage to the room
nd Its contents.
pout Accept Conn terrene.
For piles, akin diseases, sores, cuta,
cruises, burns and other wounds nothing
equals DeWltt's Witch Harol Salve. Don't
accept counterfeits. None genuine except
DeWKt's. "I havo suffered since 18S5 with
protruding, bleeding piles and until re
cently could find no permanent relief."
ays J. P. Derail of St. Paul, Ark. "Finally
I tried DeWltt's Witch Ifaiel Salve, which
ood completely cured me."
SOME GORGEOUS PAINTING
It la ta Be Done In Decorating the In
terior of Federal
"It will cost $8,000 to decorate the walls
of the two federal court rooms," said Su
perintendent of Construction Murdock of
the poatofflce building yesterday. He
bad Just received from Washington speci
fications for the Interior decorations of the
tructure. Thj specifications call for the
work In all the rooms of the portion now
completed. The hallways will be left to be
done at the same time the new portion la
The feature of the specifications la the
magnificent provisions made for the decora
tion of the two court rooms. All the elabo
ration will be centered In those rooms. No
designs are specified, bidders being asked
to submit special designs of their own.
Bids aa high as $4,000 on each room will bo
entertained, and that expendltare means
ome grand work, considering the fact that
the ceilings are of mahogany and will not
be touched. Four thousand dollars should
do some handsome painting on four walla,
In the opinion of poatofflce officials.
The remainder of the rooms, the office
rooms, will be done In plain tints, save the
ceil borders and coverings. The total cost
of the painting will reach easily $13,000.
All bids muet be In the handa of the super
vising architect at Washington by October
10. It is thought they will be passed upon
Immediately and that the work will be
finished inside of five months.
Until now the building has gone with
plain white walls ever since Its construc
tion. This was to allow the atructure to
get age on ita ahoulders. It waa desired to
nave no ruining of mural decorations by
settling. All walls to be painted will be
abeeted with muslin. This will be glued
on and the painting done over It. The ef
fect will be that of a canvas and extremely
IRRIGATION BRINGS SETTLERS
Party of Dunkarda Go West to Take
Vp llomrateada lot
George L. McDonough, Immigration agent
of the Union Pariflc, has taken a party of
Dunkards to Sterling, Colo., to aettle them
on the extensive government tract of land
which Is soon to be subjected to Irrigation
through the means of the reservoir system
now being established In the South Platte
country. The tract on which these people
will settle comprises 600 quarter sections
of government land subject to homestead
entry at the United States land office at
Sterling. It lies along the Union Pacific
railroad, hence that company's actlva In
terest in colonizing it.
..Ten reservoirs are to be established, the
'iat Sterling to cost about $2,000,000,
0neiywlll come out of the appropriation
rticbX the last congress. This reservoir
1 A .
taavw being surveyed.
rettlcoats from the lowest
schools without hard coal
I nleae Delivery Caa Be "reared ome
Vacations Mar Be
Considerable difficulty Is being experienced
by the officers of the Board of Education In
securing the delivery of anthracite coal
vnder the contract for the present year,
and should the weather suddenly -turn so
cold as to require fires It would be neces
sary to close seven of the school buildings
altogether and portions of nine of the
others until hard coal could be secured.
The contract of this year for hard coal
was made with Sunderland Brothers tn July
last and under the specifications the Arm
agreed to furnish the coal at such times
and In such quantities as should be desig
nated by the secretary of the Board of
Education. The school authorities state
that on September 9, Just after the opening
of the schools, one load of hard coal was
ordered to be delivered at each of the
buildings where stoves are used, but not a
pound of It has been delivered thus far.
The larger buildings are all heated by
steam and are well supplied with fuel under
the contract for aoft coal, which was
awarded this year to C. B. Havens & Co.,
but a number of the outlying school build
ings and the annexes of nearly all of the
larger schools are dependent entirely upon
stoves and must have anthracite coal.
The buildings which are entirely heated
by stoves are the Beat, Vinton, Forest,
Monmouth Fark, Druid Hill, Sherman and
Gibson, besides which the same method of
beating la employed In the annexes of the
Central Tark, Clifton Hill, Kellom, Dupont,
Lothrop, Saratoga, Train and Walnut Hill
The school officers contend that the
scarcity of hard coal Is do excuse for fail
ure to deliver the coal they have ordered
as long as the Arm hat any supply on hand
at all, for their contract la for delivery at
any time the secretary of the board shall
designate and la not subject to the same
conditions aa the general run of orders
which are being served each In its turn.
FIVE THOUSAND NEBRASKANS
Number Expected from This State at
the Christian Chnrch Con
ventloa. The Christian church convention commit
tee Is attempting to ascertain the probable
size of the Nebraska delegation to the na
tional convention and Is highly gratified
with the results ao far secured. C. S.
Paine and Judge Slabaugh returned Monday
night from Beatrice and Wllber, where they
spoke Sunday at the Christian churches.
From Beatrice It Is expected that at least
seventy-five people will come. Lincoln
promises to send BOO; Hastings has prom
ised fifty, Belvldere sixty or more, Craig
forty and Hebron not less than seventy
five. Other towns promise to send dele
gations corresponding In size, so It Is ex
pected that at least 6,000 will be present
from the state, Including those who attend
W. T. Hilton returned yesterday from
Colorado. He shortened his trip on account
of the storms, which made It impossible
for htm to visit many placet. When he loft
It was raining at Colorado Springs and
snowing west of there. He spoke at Colo
rado Springs, Pueblo and Monte Vista. At
all of the places there are persons who will
attend the convention, but the exact num
ber could not be determined. .
New Uerm Destroyer.
Dr. King's New Discovery kills consump
tion and grip germs. Cures coughs, colds
and lung troubles or no pay. COc, $1. For
sals by Kuhn tt Co.
. IT IS ALWAYS TJPWARD.
Life Is one evarlaatlng climb. It is up
hill all the way. "Going down the hill of
life" Is but a poet's fancy and not an ac
curate one at that. It la upward ever and
the burden must be carried all the way.
When the top Is at last reached It means
so much nearer heaven and the end of the
Journey. That the burden should contain
mors than at the start la natural progres
sion. He Is but a poor character who has
not added something of value to It. When
the summit Is finally attained and the load
la dropped. If It shall be found to hold a
reasonable share of gsod deeds, accumu
lated cheerfulness, fair dealing with neigh
bors and loving care for dependents, some
life Insurance and other sagacious earnings,
steadfast trust In Providence and an hon
orable record among fellow men, the whilom
bearer of the burden can know that he has
followed the right road up tae hill and
will be welcomed to all that Is bright and
GRAND SPECIAL OPENING of high class
furniture, carpets, rugs and draperies,
Thursday, September 25. Music and flowers
afternoon and evening. Bee Wednesday's
BHIVERICK FURNITURE A CARPET CO.
Silver anniversary gifts. Edbolm, Jeweler.
To Washington, D. C, flD.SS Round
From Chicago via Pennsylvania Short Lines
October 3, 4, 6 snd 6. Return limit October
14, which can be extended to November 3.
Address H. R. Derlng, A. G. P. Agt, 248
South Clark street, Chicago, for particulars.
Sam'l Bums Is selling s handsome
Lowelsa Jardlnlerre and pedestal, $3.
The following births and deaths were re
ported at the office of the Board of Health
during the twenty-four hours ending at
Blrths-C. A. Hlllstrom, 4330 California,
boy; O. C. Johnson, 3006 Seward, boy.
Deaths Mrs. Belle C. Gushwa. 218 Wool
worth avenue, aired M years; Mrs. Minnie
Coulter. 2671 Dodge street, aged O years:
' Maude E. Wilson, 2525 South Twenty-fifth
' street, aged 4 years.
MRS. J. BENSON
In New fall Shirt Waists.
"We are showing light weight Wool
Etamine, Bedford Oord, French Flan
nel, Peau de Poie and Taffeta In creams
and all the new colors, trimmed with
embroidery, Persian bands, fancy but
Handsome Camel's Hair Walking
Skirts, price $6.75; Black Bilk Peau de
Sole Dress Bkirts, flO.50 up.
price to the best silk.
SALE OF STREET RAILWAY
President Mirphy and Secretary Vtnt in
the East Arranging Detail
SELIGMAN DEAL LIKELY TO GO THROUGH
Humor that Field Stork Haa Been 8e.
cared to Make Vp Klnety Per
tent Demanded by Pros
Frank Murphy, president, and W. V.
Morse, secretary of the street railway com
pany, are In the east, where it is said they
will remain until October 1. While It is
not given out officially, It Is said on good
authority that the holders of 90 per cent of
the stock of the company have signified
their desire to sell at the price offered by
the Seligman syndicate and that the de
tails of the sale will be arranged by Mr.
Murphy and Mr. Morse while In New York.
After the holdings of the Brown and
Saunders estates had been secured It was
said that the deal hinged upon the accept
ance of the offer by Marshall Field of Chi
cago, and as the holder of that stock was
then In Europe It required some time to
communicate with him and receive his de
cision. That this decision was favorable to
the transfer Is believed by thoae In a posi
tion to know something of the matter, but
the people in charge of the work have said
nothing for publication.
It Is further said that the question of the
transfer will be decided one way or the
other before Mr. Murphy and Mr. Morse
return to the city.
The company is proceeding wth Its usual
work regardless of the pending negotiations.
Special work for the crossings and curves
at Fourteenth and Douglaa streets, at
Twelfth and Douglaa streets, at Fourteenth
and Howard streets, at Twelfth and How
ard streets, at Sixteenth and Farnam
streets and at Sixteenth and Harney streets
Is being arranged. The track on Sixteenth
between Harney and Farnam will be
changed to heavier rails, as will the track
on Webster street between Thirteenth and
Sixteenth. It is expected that most of tbta
work will be done after the Ak-8ar-Ben
carnival, as the company does not desire
to have the tracks torn up during the time
of heavy trafflo.
levers Attack of Diarrhoea Quickly
The following Incident related by Mr. W.
C. Jones, postmaster at Buford, N. C, may
be new to some and yet a thousand others
have had a like experience. "About two
years ago," he says, "I had a severe attack
of diarrhoea which lasted for over a week.
I became so weak that I could not stand up
right. A druggist recommended Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
The first dose relieved me at once and
within two days I was well and strong as
Annonnccnienta of the Theatres.
The first of the regular midweek family
matinees will be given at 2:16 o'clock this
afternoon at the Orpheum. The bill this
week Is scoring bis- and the women ttvA
children who attend will And much to en
tertain them. The novelty musical act of ,
Smith snd Fuller Is one of the best ever :
seen here. At each performance they are
compelled to take a number of encores.
Miss Fuller sings several songs decidedly
well, playing her own accompaniment on
a harp. The other seven acts afford a
Jane Kennark, who Is starring this sea
son In "Under Two Flags," under the direc
tion of Woodward A Burgess, and who ap
pears at Boyd's next week. Is very favor
ably known In Omaha through her appear
ance some seasons ago with stock. Since
appealing In Omaha Miss Kennark has made
rapid advances In her dramatic career and
today Is recognized as a star of the first
magnitude. Last season she was splendidly
received In New York In the Broadway
production of "Arizona." As "Cigarette,"
the heroic little vivandlere of Oulda's fa
mous novel. Miss Kennark has a role splen
didly adapted to her emotional tempera
ment and the dramatic critics have grown
very enthusiastlo In discussing her pro
trayal. Mirth and melody are said to bs found In
large quantities In "The Sultan of Sulu,"
the Ade-Wathall merry musical satire,
which made a big sucoess In Chicago last
spring and which Is now on Its first tour.
"The Sultan of Sulu" will be the attraction
at the Boyd for three performances, Friday,
Saturday matinee and night.
GRAND SPECIAL OPENINO of high class
furniture, carpets, rugs and draperies,
Thursday, September 25. Music and flowers
afternoon and evening. See Wednesday's
6HIVERICK FURNITURE A CARPET CO.
Pure 18-k wedding rings. Edbolm, Jeweler.
LOW RATES TO ST. LOUIS
Via. the Mlaaonrl Paelfle Railway, Ac
count Fall Festivities
Which Include the Great St. Louis fair,
which gives $30,000 In premiums; the gor
geous Veiled Prophet pageant; street fair
and carnival; horse show in the coliseum;
running horse races dally by the best thor
oughbreds In the country, and base ball
games between the teams of the American
and National leagues.
All events during October and the first
week In November.
Ask your local agent for detailed Infor
mation and visit the World's Fair city.
H. C. TOWN8END.
Oen'I Pasa'r and Ticket Agt.,
St. Louis, Mo.
LOW RATES EAST
Via Milwaukee. Ry.
On October 2. 3, 4 and 5 the Milwaukee
railway will sell round trip tickets to Wash
ington, D. C. for $28.05; also on same dates
half rates for round trip to points in Mich
igan, Indiana, Ohio and western Pennsyl
vania and very low ratea to New York City
and Boston. On October 1 and 2 Chicago
and return, 114.75. City office. 1504 Farnam
treet. F. A. NASH.
General Western Agent.
WHILE THE GROUND HOG STAYS
Board of Governors of Ak-sar-Bea
Plaa Special Honora for
the British Braat.
At a special meeting of the Ak-Sar-Ben
Board of Governors yesterday a cablegram
was forwarded Ambassador Choate at Lon
don thanking blm for his special efforts In
securing the Abyssinian ground hog ex
hibit and it was decided that a deputation
should wait on Senator Millard and thank
him In person. It waa also practically de
termined, as a compliment to Colonel
Chllcott, during his stay here, that the
audience on the carnival grounds be re
quested to rise each evening while Sorren
Unas' Banda Rossa plays "God Save the
King," and "Rule Brlttania."
Tlie O'd tamper
has for forty-live years had one article in
his aupply Borden's Eagle Brand Con
densed Milk. It gives to soldiers, sailors,
hunters, campers and miners a dally com
fort, "like the old home." Delicious la
coffee, tea and chocolate.
CIO NEW FALL MILLINERY QQn
P Trimmed White Hats nt Ww
44 dozen fine white, rough finish, real Kussian felt hats
trimnin,! witVi -nlrrt4- ! i i n V. i ii A ci - -
iiiiuuilu niiu h l u l liuirt'll UtlUUE?( Y WL gY gm
ornanipnts nnd frills n iriinrsintprrl S2 U fill II V
value basement and second
$3 and $4 Trimmed Hats at $1.95 and $2.45
Hundreds of excellent values in ladies' and misses' trimmed
hats in the most select styles, made up of choice materials
-such as fine velvets, fine
pompoms, ornaments, etc.
$4 values Wednesday at
75c Ping Pong Caps at 43c
The hit of the season Millinery department
Thousands of the now celebrated girls' ping pong caps in ffi
many styles and all colors, including white A
regular 75c value in millinery h-j CT
department at j
75c French Flannels at 39c
These flannels are in plain colors and fancy figures, also
silk Ptriped waistings, all on bargain square lQ-
$5.00 allk embroidered French flannel waist patterns,
enough material fur an entire waist, at
400 odds and ends of silk waists, some of tliem are slightly
.mussed, every one worth from $3 to ?7 each, in black,
cream, light blue, pink, etc.,
floor bargain square at
$1.00 quality Black Moire Velours
waists on salo In silk department at,
ISc handkerc hiefi at 2k and ek
1,000 dozen ladles' and men's hand
kerchiefs In plain white hem
stitched; also ladles' lace trimmed
and all pure ilnen handkerchiefs
25c Laces at 2Jc, 5c and 10c yard
Immense lots of all kinds of laces, galoons and Jnsertlngs In vals., net top ori
entals, black silk chantlllas, point d'eeprlt and clunny laces In all widths,
great variety of styles worth up to 25c a yard, at
24c, 5c and 10c a Yard
H Watch Our JfOPllMOtiBS,.,
1 windows itmmMtmh
ALLEN P. ELY & CO. Buy and Sell Second-Hand
Machinery. To Bent, Floor in Our Warehouse. No- 2 B.& M, Trackage. $25-
1100-8-10 Douglas St., 'Phone 1451, Omaha, Neb.
PROGRAM OFIHE MANEUVERS
Natural ProgTeuioa from Simpler Pormi sf
War to Mora Otmpltx.
NATIONAL GUARDSMEN COME IN LATE
Hllltla Boys Are to Be Given Plenty
to Do, However Work Ieads
I'p to Extended Order
Major General Bates, commander of the
Department of the. Missouri, now In com
mand of the maneuver division at Fort
Riley, has Just sent from there to head
quarters here a complete program of the
maneuvers to occur. It will be noted that
the schedule Is arranged in a natural pro
gression from the simpler forms of war to
the more complex. For example, all exer
cises In close formation come first, later
daya bringing the extended order maneu
vers. Again, advance and rear guard work
Is first given with regimental complica
tion only, and later with division consoli
dation, and after that the entire command
Is so utilized. National guardsmen come
in late In the progress of the division, but
they are to be kept busy. The program
September 20, Saturday Arriving and
Hentember zi. Hundav-MO scneauie.
September 22, Monday Forenoon: Regi
mental drill, close order. Afternoon: Kegi
mental drill, extended order.
September 23, Tuesday Forenoon : Brig
ade drill, close order. Afternoon: Division
drill, close order.
September 24, Wednesday Formation of
an outpost for an army corps with exer
cise in attack and defense of same.
September 25, Thursday Exerclae of each
regiment in the formation and conduct of
advance guards and rear guards.
September 2t, Friday Kxerclse of each
regiment as advance guard of an imagi
nary division. Involving the employment of
September 27, Saturday The entire force
on the march, with suitable advance guard
for a division of full war strength, advance
guard entire, main body in part Imaginary.
September 28, Sunday No schedule.
September 29, Monday Problem of con
tact of opposing forces of all arms.
September 3u, Tuesday Attack und de
fense of a convoy.
October 1, Wednesday Forenoon : Brig
ade drill, extended order. Afternoon: Di
vision drill (entire command).
October 2, Thursday Forenoon : Brigade
exercise, Involving attack on outpoxt po
sition (four separate exercise). Afternoon:
Lecture to field officers and captains by
Colonel Arthur L. Wagner, assistant adju
tant general, L. S. A.
October 3, Friday Forenoon: Advance
and rear guard, with simulation of attack
tfour separate exercise?).
October 4, Saturday Forenoon: Advance
guard (entire command).
October 5, Sunday No schedule.
October 6, Mcnday Attack ana defense
of a position (entire command).
October 7, Tuesday Review of the com
mand, or tactical exercises (entire com
October 8. Wednesday Contact of two
opposing forces (entire command).
September 29 and SO Arriving and making
October 1 Regimental and brigade drill,
close order. Division drill (entire com
mand). October 8 Forenoon: Outpost exercise,
A grain and fruit Coffee nourishing and invigorating.
SOLD BY ALL GROCBR8L ,
4 PFI CENT
feather breasts, -j QE5
actual $3 and
on sale on main f f O
so popular for skirts and
20c Hosiery at 10c Pair
Ladles', men's and children's fast
black hosiery plain and fine and
heavy ribbed medium and heavy
weight worth up to 20c
all go at n
per pair 1UC
Watch Our I
$RO Discount at Aulabau jh. Son & Co. Look
diligently nd Intelligently u to the lowut price you cn lt
on At Aluka Sell Jarkou from the best housee In the nil and
wo will do aa advertlard. 60 Karbach Black. Omaha.
Involving attack on outpost position. After
noon: lecture on entrenchments to officers
by an officer of the corps of engineers.
October 3 Construction of a modern field
bridge, 8 to lu a. m. Aavance and rear
guard with simulation of attack.
October 4 Construction of pontoon bridge
by englneerr, 8 to ID a. m. Advance guard
by entire command.
October 6 Attack and defense of a po
sition. October 7 Review of the command, or a
October 8 Contact of two opposing forces.
A Thoughtful Husband
Cured his wife of fainting and dizzy
spellst weakness, headache and backache
with Electric Bitters. Try them. 60c. For
sale by Kuhn A. Co.
Try Edholm's watch repairing department.
MAW CHEAP RATES
Via Wabash Railroad.
$11.50, St. Louis and return, October 5
$35.50, New York and return, October 2
$28.05, Washington snd return, October
2 to 6.
$31.75, Boston and return, October 6
Many more to points east. Call at Wa
bash corner, 1601 Farnam street, or ad
dress Harry E. Moorcs, general agent pas
senger department, Omaha, Neb.
Chicago to Ken York and Retara,
Via Erie Railroad. Oct. 3d, 4th, 6th and
It Is the Erie ALL, THE WAT from Chi
cago to New York. Through baggage car,
through coaches, through sleepers, through
dining car. Absolutely no change. Fast
limited trains. Lowest rates. For time
tables and Information apply to H. L.
Purdy, traveling passenger agent, Erie
Railroad, Chicago, 111.
GRAND SPECIAL OPENINO of high Class
furniture, carpets, rugs and draperies,
Thursday, September 25. Music and flowers
afternoon and evening. See Wednesday's
SHIVERICK FURNITURE & CARPET CO.
Via W'abaah Railroad
To points in Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Ken
tucky, Pennsylvania, New York. Sold Oc
tober 2, 3, 4, 6. Less than half rate on
same dates to Washington. D. C, and re
turn. All Information at Wabash New City
Office, 1601 Farnam street, or address Harry
E. Moores, G. A. P. D., Omaha, Neb.
Chicago to Boston and Kriurn, 19.00.
Via Erie Railroad.
Tickets on sale Oct. T to 11 Inclusive,
good to return on or before Oct. 13. By
deposit snd payment of 60 cents, extension
of limit to Nov. 13 may be obtained.
Through sleeper. For time tables snd de
tail Information apply to Mr. H. L. Purdy,
traveling passenger agent, Erie Railroad,
Publish your legal notices in The Weekly
Bee. Telephone 238.
24 Jewelled watches. Edholm, Jeweler.
Abovit the Make of
As the fall season advances and the pub
lie is carefully considering and getting
ready to select their winter garments, we
wish to impress upon them most emphat
ically that there is no Ready .to-Wear
Clothing anywhere in the country that is
superior to ours. It is made under the
personal supervision of our New York
residant partner and buyer who is known
among the trade as one of the foremost
clothing judges in the market. We do
not parade the name
whom the public don't know from Adam,
but only one name and one label is sewed
and stamped on cur goo is and that label
is "The Nebraska.''
of quality, best of sty
ship, and This Name
garment we sell with the positive guaran
tee of being the best and giving the most
for the money of any house in Omaha, or
any house in the United States. These are
facts we wish you to consider and con
sider them well.
The Best ot Everything I
Washington, D. C.f $28.05
October 2d to 5th
Boston, Mass., - $3175
October 6th to 10th
New York, - $35.55
October 2d to 5th
Home Visitors One Fare
October 2d to 5th
To Southeastern Illinois, Indiana, Ohio,
Kentucky, West Virginia, Western Penn
sylvania, Western New York and Ontario.
NOTE The through cars to Washington
for the O. A. R. encampment leave onmh.i
October 2nd, arriving at Washington far
uread of any other Hue.
Write or call at
1401-1403 Farnam St.,
The gTeatest restorer of health. Guaran
teed to cure Btnmach, Liver and Kidney
Complaints, Catarrh, Pains In Back and
Shoulders, Neuralgia, Loss of Memory,
Coated Tongue, lilotches or Pimples on the
Face, Rheumatism, etc. 30 days' treatment
2i eta. All Lrugglaia.
Davis & Cowgili Iron Works
MANUFACTI'RKRS AND JOBBERS
GENERAL. REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Agency of Iiodge Manufacturing Company
of Mlshawaka, lnd. Full supply of their
eoodd always in .nock.
1D01-3-5 Jackson St., Omaha, Neb. Tel. 638.
E. ZABRISKIE, J. B. COWOIUU
Western Electrical Go.
Electrle Wiring, Bells and Oas Lighting.
Q. W. JOHN8TON, Mgr. 1510 Howard 8t
Bee Advertising Man
will call on you
to get a Want Ad or
a Half Page.
I Call up
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of any manufacturer
Tnis stands for best
e, best of worman-
stands back of any I
We are the people who have It you are
the people who should have it at $1.25 per
full quart. Nothing like nothing better
For the family trade we supply any
brand of high class goods by the gallon,
quart or pint. By the gallon fine whisky
at $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50. By the quart 75c,
$1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. Fine California Wines
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 gallon. Iu
quarts 25c, 8"ic, 60c and 75c.
Fclnatve Family Liquor Store.
Opposite Foitofflce. 'Phona 1148.
Agents for Hunter's Baltimore Rye and
COME TO OMAHA
And have the beat time you ever had. The
Ak-feur-rten Carnival is in full blast and
a Bploniild entertainment has been pro
vided for by the members of NEBRAS
KA S GREATEST Hl'STLERH. Thn
moKt MAGNIFICENT ARRAY of FLOATS
f,vJ" 8e.fn ,n ,his coU"ry are readv to de
Ignt the thronnn of people who are pour
ing Into the city from every direction
Remember-Saturday ulcht. Honr 'Tt h '
PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT VILT," RE
HERE AND THE FIRST ELECTRIC
PARADE WILL HE GIVEN. Make up
a llwt of your drug nurds for this winter s
supply and come t.i NEBRASKA'S
GREATEST CtT PRICE DRTG STOHE
nd learn what we can save you on our
line of gooilH. Do not oriler any liriiKH
rubber goods, surgical instruments, hoa
pltal suppll.-s or anything In he paint Una
FROM ANY C A T A L iG I ' E until yoci i" t
our prices. REMEMBER WE NEVER
Open All Night.
Tel. !" . W. Cor. 10th sad Chicago.
There was such a difference in beers
until you use one of Krug's popular
brands. They are always uniform
perfectly brewed and well aged, ab-Z
solutely pure and leave no bad after
effects." The kind of beer that acts
ss a tonic and a system builder.
Order a trial case and begin to enjoy
I BREWING CO.
I 1007 Jackson St. 'Phone 420
P hotograph or.
UOe Farnam St., Opp. Paxton Hotel.
HES.T 3 CAB. PHOTO la the City.
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