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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, A 'HIE 8, 1J)03.
NEW BOOKS AND MAGAZINES
Shortly his suspicions are directed bark,
to Debrlsay, and he substitutes him In his
mind forNlnlan. The counterplot Involves
Nlnlan, his father, the laird and a black
hearted valet, who schemes to oust Nlnlan
from his father's affection and take his
place. By merest chance Nlnlan plays aav.
Ing providence' to a French milliner, who
afterward, through no fault of her own,
becomes one of the night moths of Pic
cadilly. His fsther suspects him of wrong
doing, and In furious rape ejects him from
the house, whereupon Dalblac makes him
self master of the old man. Published by
I1NC ACTS LEGAL COMEDY
8mpendi Bsryiai Oonstitition for Tsw
TIME SUFFICES TO REPEAL MANY LAW.
Monarch Strikes at F.aartaaeats Aimed
at Crown's Aatborlty and Makes
. It Harder for Radicals
Ano'.ber Hew York 8tor? by ths Author of
A TALE OF CALIFORNIA LIFE FOR GIRLS
Apple-tons Pabliafc II let wry ( Ports
Rlee) by R. A. Vast vHeKJeldyk
ASTHMA ' CATARRH
THE EIKERHOFF CURE A new discovery. -A
ckar, transparent, almost tastetess solution (manufactured
under an open formula), prescribed in six-drop doses, which
does not derange, weaken, nauseate, or affect the stomach.
Following art a few of the testimonials received during the week
enalng April 4.
TWELVE HUNDRED mora like them covering every phase, description
an symptom of disease for which the EIKER-HOFF CURB Is a specific, to
gether with full details of positive cures, can be had at Beaton Drug Co.
These 1,200 testimonials It printed In this newspaper would fill eight
full yages. They show more genuine and voluntary evidences of cures of
chronlo cases of ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS. CATARRH and , CONSUMPTION
than all other no-called "cures" can show In the entire history of their busi
ness. And all this within the short apace of six months on a remedy only
recently advertised, and which prior to February 16, 1903, depended for Its
sale solnly upon recommendations of one person to another.
THESE TESTIMONIALS TELL THE STORY.
I am ' nearly out of medicine and I eta
sow r)tln( tor another bottl of your Eler
NolT Tan. To ear am a hanare: tlmee
bettee alnra I beeen taking tha Klaer-HoB
cur -would bo putting II erjr mild. I am
an Much better that I cannot bee,ln to tell
rv how much better 1 am. I am both leal'
Wis and looking one. A friend of mine told
ma the other day that aha never aaw ma
looking an wall aa long aa aha knew me. and
It. la all-on account of jour Klker-Hofl Cure.
I atlll cough a little In tha morning, but ao
little that I hardly notice It. 1 Mill hare an
occasional aaln la the cheat, but not Terr
often, and nothing Ilk I did foar or r
montha aao. I ahould hat written jrou
sooner, but to tell mi the train 1 am to
tnach battel that I neglected doing ao. Mr
cough haa almoet stopped. Tha in net I erer
cough la la tha morning, and the moat I
eipectnrate la In the morning, and then not
not rerr much. I am alowlr but aurelr getting
mr health back again. Bator I took the
Eiker-Hnft rure t au afraid that I would sot
live much longer.
MHft. MILDRED STANSnl'RY.
Weliaton No. 1, Careonrtli. Mo.
March , 101.
rieaae eaud to the nrloeed addraaa a
sample bottle of tha Klker-Hoff Cure for eon
auutptlnn. I have tried It for aethma and
am fro from It for th Sret time In n
jeare. I do not know how to thank you
SARAH M. HOTT.
No. Bl'fl. Thomas St., Loa Angelea, Cat.
March K. 103.
I am now taking a ret for on week and
am feeling excellent. I am ateadlly taking
on neh and have but a alight cough. Mr
appetite la A ret claaa and 1 eleep good, thanka
to your Elser-Holf Cure. Wishing aucceaa to
your Klker-Hoff Cure. 1 remain
- tea Howard St., Detroit. Mich.
March M, ISO).
Knrloaed Snd $1 for on month' treatment
of your Elker-Hnff Core. 1 ha taken one
bottle and I am better, but not cured. I
thought I would try another bottle. 1 reat
better at night. 1 am twenty pounda heavier
than I waa when I worked every day.
JAMES M. ULAIK. Glasgow, III.
.' March. Si, lOol.
I have nearly Snlahed the fourth bottle of
Elker-Hnff ura which you kindly eenl me
and t am glad to aay that my asthlha la all
gone. 1 have not felt It for two weeka now.
' Mr caee waa a sever one of about twet.tr
yeara' atandlng. I hav gained ten pounda
etnc 1 Marled taking th medicine. 1 should
Ilk to take one mor bottl to mak aura.
D. L. KRAtlKH,
- No. 110 Pearl St., Maiden, Maaa.
March It. IsOJ.
W hav used your Klker-Hoff Cur In oar
family with perftct aatlafactlnn for eonaump
Hon and catarrh and there are other caaea I
know of. ao If you need an agent here I eaa
Blgh.U recommend, the Cure to othera.
e. it South Uth St., Kanaae City, Mo.
March M, ISM.
vta ahall hav to call on you. for another
bottle of your Elker-Hoff Cure. Mr. Phllllpa
la getting along nicely. He haa not had any
coughing epella thla winter or vomiting ape I la.
Laet winter he would take apella laatlng for
a week. He haa not had th leaet algn of
them thla winter. He tella th neighbor that
he feels Ilk a new man. He la beginning to
hav aim color In hie face. 1 gave aome of
your literature to a man In town and he aald
he waa going to try your medicine, ao I
auppoa he haa Written ynu by thla time.
NANCY K. PHILLIPS,
v Dee Molnen, Iowa.
March M, 103.
I will aay to th Elker-Hoff Cure that It
waa for my daughter, who la troubled wllh
catarrh. She la twenty-one yeara old and her
weight waa eighty pounds. I feared a good
many yeara that she would have consumption.
Since using the Elker-Hnff Cur ahe haa gained
fifteen pounda and la better than ahe had been
for ten yeara. We have Jiad two 11 bottle
of th Klker-Hoff Cure.
C. F. PARKER, nwoean. Mich.
March It, 10J.
1 will with pleasure and a thankful heart
to Ood aay that 1 have been Imsrovlng and
have gained In fleah el nee Uking your Elker
Hnff Cure. I will be out of medicine In a few
daya. You may feel assured that I Will sneak
to my frlenda of tha great value of th Elker
Hnff Cure. I hop to be able to have a com
pute care. With a thankful heart. I remain
your In th Master's cause.
REV. O. F. WINTER. Marshall, Til.
March II. ItOS.
My aurrnundlnga here are far from bene
ficial to effect a cure In my case. Neverthe
less, I attributed to your Elker-Hnff Cure only
my preaent much Improved condition. I have
gained ronalderably In fleah and weight, and
my frlenda notice my better appearance and I
feel euro that, wore my eurnundinga different,
your medicine would long aince have restored
me to normal healthful condition. Aa It la,
I am wonderfully Improved, and my gratitude
to you la proportionate to th great benefit
I hav rcivd.
No. I30 Main St., Buffalo, N. Y.
March M, lWIJ,
Will ynu nleea aend m two mora bottle
of the KIker-Hnff Cur at your earliest con
venience? Throuah some mistake tha bottle
for la, month waa not aent and I borrowed
one from a lady here, and 1 promised to re
turn It shortly. The poor lady, who la under
your treatment, la Improving and I trust a
few months of treatment will make a great
change la her.
REV. J. M. STEWART.
fthelbnme. N. ft . Can
"From tha Unvarying Star," by Elsworth
Lres and Leaven" Is a New York story Lwton, is a novel in wmcn tne scene is
by Edward Townsend. the author of "Chlm- 'sld In Yomsnire. the authors Engusn
mle McFaddon" and varloua other tales, tome. The hero Is a young minister who
The critics claim that aome of Mr. Town- brings to his new parish hta sister, who
sends scenes portraying New York life hs committed a grave social fault. He
are too brutal and therebv hangs a tale conceais-ner story, ana is sianaorea oy an
to Emll Zola's comment on certain phases evil-minded deacon. The heroine of the
nf iif. in n tv.m when Mr. Townsend story Is the girl he loves. The book Is
waa a newananer man one of the bluest not a tragedy, though It has all the ele
pieces of reporting he did was the famous menta oi a trageay in tne opening, n is inr
Lexow committee's investigation of muni- removed from the problem novel In its
clpal corruption In New York. Hla dally unconventlonallty. Its freshness of Insight,
reports of these proceedings were sent by snd Us glimpses into experience. There
a Justice of the supreme court of New Is an element of passion In the author's
York to Emll Zola, who waa a friend and wors, underlying a genuine religious ieei-
Ing. So It may be left to the reader an
unconventional story on a high spiritual
plane, and at the same time a. passionate
love story. Published by the Macmlllan
correspondent of the justice. Comment
ing on Mr. Townsend's account of two In
stances of police brutality whtch were es
pecially heinous, Zola wrote: "These be
ing facts, your novelists will not have to company,
engage their powers of invention for the
exhibition of human brutality, the like of "The Story of a Bird Lover,' by W. S. D
which I have been condemned for daring Soott, Is a book which tells of the love
to Imagine." The Instances spoken of by of birds and the study of their lives and
Zola were Incorporated In the book, and habits form the theme throughout. A
the point of the story 'Is that they are unique feature of his equipment for the
Just the ones to which the critics take study of bird life Is hla "laboratory" of
exception. Published by McClure, Philips live birds. It Is composed of six rooms
ft Co. In his own house, In which are about 600
live birds, native and foreign. The eollec
"The story of Kate," by Pauline Bradford I tlon Is prlmarly for the purpose of con
Mackle, Is a tale of California life for I ducting investigations that may lead to a
girls, in which the leading character Is I better understanding of birds out-of-doors.
Kate Whitney, who after attending col- and the problems which thetr life presents.
lege- for a year waa compelled to give up I The birds are absolutely tame and fearless
school because of her father's financial I and exhibit strong attachment for Mr,
troubles, caused by failure of crops on so- I Scott. His book tells with absorbing In
OIT OP TOWN HEADERS
! otbera may also obtain
. trial bottles, by mall post
paid, by addressing; the
Kilter' Drag Co.,, Old and ltMl,
' Svilllnm at., Nerr York city.
count of drouth. Kate Is plucky and de
cides to accept a achool at Green Hollow
and earn money enough to return to col
lege. At Green Hollow she met a Mr.
Hitchcock, an artist and a man of means;
also Rose May Smith, a young milliner.
Kate and Rose May become intimate
friends. Mr. Hitchock Is Interested In
Kate and would like to help her, so he
decides to organize a class in art. Kate
shows herself to be a genius and he per
suades her to send one of her best sketches
to tbe Art league In Ban Francisco to try
for one of the prizes offered by the school.
She anxiously waits for an answer, and It
Is thla: "The secretary of the. Art league
begged leave to tell Miss Whitney that
though her work has not received one of
the original prizes offered, owing to her
evident lack of technical training. It had
received a scholarship which went to that
student whose work showed the greatest
promise. The giver, who desired not to
be known, wished, therefore, that she
should receive $1,000 s year for five yeara, ths Requiems,
when it was hoood her ability, well tn Pre
trained, should make her Independent,
terest the story of his life, of how he came
to study and love birds, of the studies and
Investigations by which he ncqulred his
great knowledge ' of bird life and nature,
and of his travels In many little-known
parts of this country. Published by the
"Trlumnhs of 8clence," one of tne
Youth's Companion series, Is a work which
presents In a brief and entertaining form
a great deal of Information about some
of the scientific triumphs of the age. It
Is made up of explanations and deacrip
tlons of many of the wonders of workman
ship and Ingenuity which have attended
the advancement of scientific thought.
Published by Olnn ft Co. '
BELGRADE. Servla, April 7. King Alex
ander today executed a coup d'etat.
He Issued two proclamations, the Brat
suspending the constitution adopted April
19, 1901, repealing objectionable law passed
thereunder by retiring the senators and
councilors of state, dissolving the ekupeh
tina and re-enacting the laws as they ex
isted previous to the constitution of 1901.
The second proclamation restored the con
stitution. VIENNA, April 7. King Alexander's po
litical Jugglery Is regarded aa a dangerous
experiment, but does not occasion any
great surprise, aa the king's desire to curb
the power of the radicals has long been
The manner In which the coup d'etat
was effected partakes of the nature of a
comedy. During the few minutes that ths
constitution was suspended King Alex
ander waa an abaolute monarch. These
moments sufficed him to dissolve the
skupshtlna and abolish half a dozen laws
which, he aald, undermined the authority
of the crown. The obnoxious laws relate
chiefly to the suffrage and will be replaced
by measures calculated to render the elec
tion of the radicals extremely difficult.
The press law of 1901 gives place to the
more stringent measure enacted In 1882.
This May Interest Yon.
Why members American Medical assocla
tlon should use Frisco system en route to
New Orleans meeting: Save twelve to fif
teen hours at home by leaving Omaha and
neighboring cities in forenoon, reaching
Kansas City In time to connect with the
Southeastern Limited, leaving 6:30 p. m.,
reaching New Orleans 7:55 p. m. (only one
lght out); through Pullman sleepers Kan
sas City to New Orleana without change;
observation cafe cars, aupper Kansas City,
breakfast Memphis, dinner Jackson, Miss.;
daylight trip Memphis to New Orleana
affording opportunity to see the country
and becoming familiar with some of the
characteristics of the south; last but not
least, the low rate of one fare through to
New Orleans and return. Mr. W. C. Mel
ville, passenger agent Frisco System, 205
South Fourteenth street, this city, will
look after the interests of membera in thla
section so far as to procuring tickets snd
reserving sleeping car accommodations.
See that the "Bull s Eye" trade mark of the
(loft Medicine Is on every bottle. No other is authorized.
BEATON DRUG COMPANY,
S. W. Cor. 15th -and Farnam.
'l".'sl'. J 'B
TABLE AND KITCHEN
and sprinkle over the soup Just before it
Is served. They must not stand, as they
riM.tral Stratna." by Louis Alexander
nnwisrn mihllahed bv the author from
San Francisco, Is chiefly a compilation of
strains that have appeared in "Beyond
' "The Dead Calypso ana
Their present arrangement
Is intended to present in one volume those
This sum, with above conditions attached, relating only to sacred subjects,
hnrl A 1 epa ri V tvAnn rtl ana1 In tha Kanlr In 1 1
her name." In the fall Kate and Rose! In "Hill's Beginnings of Rhetoric and
May go to San Francisco. Kate to atudy Compoaltlon" the author teaches young
art and Rose May to work In a millinery I writers to express themselves correctly,
atore. The atorv closes bv Mr Hitrhar I not hv dry mechanical devices, but by stlm-
marrylng Rose May. Published 'by U C. ulatlng them to put their natural
Page ft Co. I Into their compositions. The book alms to
r.mnva the obstacles, small or great, mai
'The History of Puerto Rico" by R. A. I lis between what Uey think ana wnai
Van Mlddeldvk. la th. fleet . .4.. .k I the write. The young writer IS anown
reader of English a record of Spanish rule how to present his thoughts In the best
in this "pearl, of the Antilles." Mr. Van English within Bis' reacn sna in int. iurm
Mlddeldyk is ths llbroriah of the free pub- adapted to his purpose. The book lays
lie library of San Joan, an institution I stress on correct ratner man im.ui.ov.
created under American civil control. Hs forms and on better.. rather than on worse
has had access to all data obtainable In modes of expression. It coniaine numer
the Island and has faithfully and conscien- ous exercises on every Important point,
tlOUSly WOVen this data (ntn a ertntoA aufflclentlv varied for the most pa'nstak.
narrative, thus giving the reader a view ing teacher, and Is a wormy saauion w
of the anHel anrl (net ltl lie. e I Pent Vtltl'a wlltelv Used Series Of tSXt-
island for 400 years. books on the English language,
The author has endeeivnrail tn r.e(M
salient characteristics of the life on the I "The Wanderer's Legend," by Maxwell
iBiand, to describe the various acts of the Sommerville, tne sutnor oi n"!"""
rela-nlna rovernment tn nnini ,. .v. I flams." "Sands of Sahara. "81am ana
w . . ...- v u . wi a cms I ' ,
of colonial ru e and to Bmra tha ..na,.i other works, who is proiessor oi giypioi"R7
historical and areoaranhlral nnrtiHnn. i. I Unlveraltv of Pennsylvania, has chsen for
August Mesum of Wlsner and A. B. Wil
cox of Grant are at the Karuach.
Senator and Mrs. W. W Youns: of Stan
ton, Anton Hansen of Uplann and Wllltnm
Peebles of Nelson are registered at tha
B. F. Griffin. J. P. Latta of Teknmah.
Charles Kedrlrk of Weet Point, F. Hanni
and Mrs. W. F. Craig of Walnut, la., are
registered at the Millard.
Oeorae H. Purnham. E. A. Buraer of
Sandy Hill, Knox Tipple of Stanton and
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Stedman of Bhelton
are among last evening's arrivals at the
C. C. Willis of San Francisco. Mrs. J. J.
Harrington of O'Neill. Mrs. E. L. David
son of North Platte, O. L. Sleeper of Law-
ton, uki., w. u. f owler or Cheyenne and
A. B. Eder of Pawnee are at the Her
Mr. and Mra. N. W. Martin of Chadron.
D. W. 8ehort of Columbia, J. E. Hurts of
Lincoln, F. C. Titua of Fullerton, August
Kinney of Astoria. Ore., and G. A.
Mackav nf San Francisco are registers 1
at the Dellone.
Hon. R. H. Harrln. banker and ranch
owner of Lynch, Neb.. Is In Omaha on
Dusiness. Mr. Harris Is one or tne old
residents of northeastern Nebraska and
haa extensive interexta there. Last night.
in company wiih Julius S. Cooley, he
listened to the play at the Boyd.
'n..ti.e.ei e-u. . manner that enables the reader to form the theme of his book the Journles of
c. "td .r Ah.su.rus. Th. fatal error of the Jew
ce servea as a vegetabl. with meat or .., .,, , D... .. ' ... . . ...,. .a . fHk nlaee to the auffer-
Sliced Bananas. Cream.
Fried Brains. Bacon.
Stewed Potatoes. W
' Macaroni a la Relne.
Spiced Fruit. Coffee Cake.
. ' DINNER.
. Hollandalse Boup.
Tarbot a la t'reme. Mashed Potatoes.
Creamed Parsnips. Spinach.
Creamed Rice. Coffee.
Noodle -Soup For this soup purchase s
Beck piece of beef weighing three or tour
sounds. Cut Into cubes; put In the soup
fcettls with thre quarts of water, an onion
stuck with two cloves, one celery root, two
amali carrot, sliced, three tomatoes, a
large potato cut In quarters and a couple
of sprigs of parsley. If you have tbem
on hand add aome chicken giblets. Place
a tight fitting cover over the kettle and
set where It will simmer gently for four
hours. As the scum arises, skim carefully. I
When done strain, skim off every particle
f fat and season to taste with salt and
pepper. Put In the noodles and let boll
up for five' or ten minutes, then serve at
once. Do not let stand to get thick and
Noodle Puffs for Soup Roll out noodle
paste as directed; told double and cut Into
circles about as large . aa 10-cent pieces;
fry In deep hot fat, toaalng them about to
separate them and allow them to puff up
Into little balla snd brown quickly. Drain
them, placing them on paper In the oven
fish. Have a heated, covered vegetable n .
di.h h.iri. th. ., - .. I.,,,.. Appleton ft Co,
- " " 1 " " m yvK uuiiiua;
aalted water readv. Throw In a tian.irni r,t
the noodles, stirring them carefnii with . I "Th Star Dreamer," by Agnes snd Eger
fork to separate them. When thoroughly ton CaBt,e romance In which the scene
heated through skim them out and place In ln " old EnB"sh country castle
th beaUd dish, season with a little three-1urters of a century ago, and when
warmed butter and cook another hnrir.,i we flrst enter the desolate old olle It fs
and proceed In same manner until you have occuPle(1 by two crusty recluses a
cooked Che desired quantity. Sprinkle the jroun m,n who spends his nights ln the
top with browned buttered crumbs, or tower wa'chlng the stars and an old man
grated cheese may be used instead and ho BPenu his daye In th. cellar studying
the dish placed in the oven to brown the hrb" nd chemistry. The servants run
him wary of women. A scheming rel.ti,. Megeath Stationery Co.. 1308 Farnam St.
i; add a medium s zed onion chopped "s undertaken to . , .
. - .n .. . prevent his marrlaia anri .. Usraoms Peace Dlatarber,
v, s suiau LJ LSI UIBCU, Vlglll WaUlS I " La. 1 1, LI IV Bm
A Shrewd Investor
will be glad to know how the
greatest accumulation of trust
funds in the world is invested.
A young man who is just
beginning to accumulate and
invest his savings will be
interested in a booklet that
describes the investments of
The Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York. This
information is found in
"A Banker's Will." Sent free
fata Company ranks
& . .y i. a.um
Arrat-la Aaaoual Fsld Policy bold,
The Mutual Life Insurance
; Company or New York,
Rksasd A. McCvan. rrcaiaeat.
rLEMIXQ BROS., Miaagara,
.fca. Rear. Da Hetaea. laws.
present state of Puerto Rico. Pnhii.K. k. I who refused a resting place to the suffer
ing eon oi man on n is way m iu
tnlrt. and the reoly. "Thou snail never
cease thy wanderings." The strange landa
and peoples seen by the Jew sr. described
In a work which might be classified as
'Ancient History." The journey through
out Is one of peculiar Interest ana in
structlon and will repay a careful reading.
Published by Drexel Blddle.
"How to Make Money." an unusual snd
valuable littl. book, containing more than
ih. eih T . I ula-htv detailed suggestions to untrained
L6CB0 I u vi fjauuuvr II A L Will rOTAI I ,
Stuffed Nood.e.-M.ke th. noodle past. ' !' -vm; .mall Zl'iVL:
according to directions; roll out thin and ",e ,n ary Dre,a ,0 tn distraught mas- ,Vl 7 1 rV- 7mJu- p.. r ah
e,.t m. ..ineh .n.,.r. v,u ..h . t.ra. Into this situation come. th. r.ie Published by Doubleday. Page A Co. All
" . . . - I th 4 si ta .4,-s.wn f mm Art unl nrl-
etl A l . n a l EllllUUr. U H (I II T T tT T Tm Alii Sli.M. al 1 IMvaaj ev - a
iuiiuwiuh u j rooms. rquai quaniuiei OI . " , . . wurry i- niinA thv aMrAPtfid
bread and tart apple, chopped coar.ely. salt ln th", " ' her whole.ome pre.- "? '0! "fubl 1".,,
and pepper to ts.t.. and a little minced ence ,n 0 the " of tbe sleepy J"?",' " l0!'b .rrnow .ucceVBfuUy
onion fried lightly In bu'tt.r. Bind to- . putting order Into the ch.o. AT?" .' 7? ,T Zl 'ft li
.... a. .ii.i.. i- i . n, .. i ana waxing un tna isms . -iwiiu u. - -
r."" ."""'Sir Du r. w"a."'.T"r' thslrotles. The thousanda of women who
veuier vi tun square erun mis: pincn tne I o is me I , . .
.a u.. .-j. .v ' " 1 I story of his awakenlna- r i. . ...... sr. anxious to work and have som. cap.
tutt-iucr .uu aicaui iuhiu over sol - . . " " " arauuat . . . k ,v. w-,iAfi, . mlv. .
water. When don. cover each one with the ??V- P'n ul "me " blm. but al- " Ve "";.. - .V. "7 m
fried bread crumbs and serve. '"i' interesting to the reader. " " '
Mnnioe with npnn,.,.. r..ii ji l n ana Kiiinor love each nth., v.... I
.. w.' ..... n..w ( uul.m. UU.t eliU UWttirS . . .. . , U l uv a . , .
in uii.H ..I.. .. Air.,.A r... . I naa naa a outer experience that h.. I - suuo uuua "i "
- n.v. V...VU. a Ufc l.g 1 . , - "
ouncea of butter in a saucepan over the
nrf ..i. .u. s.... . I servants, whose nlunderlnar h.. h.. I William Coleman of North Thlr
brown; add a can of tomatoes, on. tea- Wnor. Join in ,h. conspiracy. M, tfSZ
spoonful salt, on. tableapoonful of sugar, Inlns soon in a most engaging between t o'clock yesterday evening and
and cook fifteen minutes. Thlr ken tha. t- tangle. Published by Frederick A. Strike., midnight. Officer Halterman sent him
i.h . ,.K, , I company. 1 for disturbing the peace of the neighbor
"'"" " ' " w ' . ui cum. I
starch moistened with a little cold water
rook a few minutes, drain the noodles and I los legate., by Alice Preseott Smith I A Tkaaahtfnl Hasbaad
ssfijsKiT s,KrsfiSa':a a-tra-sars
PROTEST ON HIS .PETITION JT
j . . jie uuas nimseir in
volved In various antagonism with th.
nortnem sentiment of tbe neoDle a llneee
Ing effect of the war; with hla worklnr
auu, uu wun a group of socialistic and
temperance fanatics. Th clouds of oppo
sition gradually gather about him and
break at last In a strike, during which at-
the city central committee s.-proteet against t'mPu sre made upon tha hero's life. Th.
the nam. of f! 8 Huntina-tnn .r,n..Hn. "" i '"a in in. story la attended
upon th. official ballot in the Ninth ward. wltn " mo,t dramatic catastrophe In a
alleging as a reason for their protest that fore,t Br. which sweeps through all
."the petition filed by Mr. C. 8. Huntington 100 re,on. burning a number of the people.
waa not hla original netltlon: that tha I u" succeeas in rescuing some of tha
signers thereto did not sign ln the In- survivors, and finds, when the fir. is past,
terests of Mr. Huntington, but. that the that 11 ba consumed also all antipathies
said identical petition has been circulated D(I left feeling of harmony In which he
for aeveral week, past aa the peUtion of 11 bla t0 ork, together with the people.
Mr. Cowduroy, who had intended to be a I tor (b future of the town. Published by
candidal. We further assert that the said I nougnton, Mimin Co.
petition filed by C. 8. Huntington Is the
Identical and original petition circulated by "In Piccadilly," by Benjamin Swtft. la a
Mr. Cowduroy except ln the fact that the atory of London hlgn society. In which
name Cowduroy haa been erased and th. Beatrice Osslngton Jilted Debrlsay, her for-
name Huntington Inserted, and that thla mer lover, who make her conspicuous be-
man waa mau wiiuioui in Knowledge for. all the fashionable world by shadowing
or consent of the signers of this petition." her and her husband every hour during the
Bessie Peterson Detitions for divorce from
Victor, alleging extreme cruelty and non
support. They were married In Omaha
swKai j ua. la, vj j . n ninn piiia. no. bibi i.i
suit agnlnst the Cudahy Packing company
for 110,000. She had the fingers of her right
hand crushed November 29 while attempt
ing to open .e a can packer with which
she was not familiar.
Jamea Callahan petitions the district
court for a receiver for the Callahan Print
ing company, 711 South Sixteenth atreet,
and for tftOO damages from his partner,
William J. Chadwlck, who, plaintiff avers,
took possession of the business April 1,
1P03, and forcibly excluded plaintiff from
participating ln any manner whatsoever.
Kmest Oall has commenced suit In dis
trict court against Charles M. Williamson
for S2.0U0. alleging he was damaged in that
amount by Williamson having him arrested
and taken to Jail March I on i charge of
disturbing the peace. In police court
plaintiff a vera, he waa acquitted and dis
charged. During the term he spent In Jail
before he secured ball he was, he avers,
compelled to associate with evil men of
low -una vicious naoits, very repugnant to
ie m m
Turn your old
books Into money.
Telephone B 1SS7
and our represen
tative will call.
"Ye Old Booke Shop,"
l lit FARNAM ST.
SOMETIMES It's hard to aeiect Just the
book you'd like to become Interested
in. Our people are veritable book
worms know all about them, keep ln
touch with the writings of every author.
tell you tha good ones the onea most popu
lar, the kind we carry.
1308 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb
Ninth Ward Candidates Object to the
O. W. Mercer. G. 8. Beuawa and A. O.
Edwards have filed with C. C. Herring and
aa. ( the t'aaapaa.
few moons of their wedded lit.. Th. bus-
band naturally wants to murder him, but
For the firm tlm. In th. history of the In that ha ia nnt .K..I n.k.i-.'i.
Stat, unlveraltv. Ua Qlee club will come " , ,b of Dsbrlaay. who
up from Unculn next Saturday and sing bls continually whether or not h. shall
In Omaha In the evening. The club has kill th. false on. Then Nlnlan. Do-
off Princeton and Yale give u an oo a- I of tB 0l llr Bargarrau. loa4er-
Bionai rati, ror many years tbe club has I tentiy betrays secret passion for Bea-
liMik forward tn tha nwan.,i. kk . .. I sura upon . am. Iora ussingtan lava a
cmasing In urea t each yr. " laa to slsy htm, as It ware, by aetndeab I
THE BOOKLOVERS LIBRARY.
A Two-Minute Talk
The Khart's of THE l.OOKLOVEUS UMIAKY
Corporation have bal an unparalleled record. Tin
.stock is held in the United States, Canada and Eng
land by widely known literary, professional and
business people. Among the library's shareholder
are hundreds of names familiar to almost every
cultured home. No broker, or banker, or under
writer has had a hand in the sales. The sole back
ing of the concern haa been its enterprise, its con
tinuous pu3h, and its far-seeing business policy.
Every dollar invested shows a hundred cents' worth
of extended and established earning capacity.
The plains outlined from time to time bare been cnrrled for
ward In the most sirgxesslve sort of way. We have done what
we said we would do. We planned to extend the Ftooklovtn
to every Important city of the United States; the libraries are
there. We promised to Include Canada; the two successful
centers of Montreal and Toronto are the result; from these
cities the service extends to outlying Canadian cities and
towns. We made arrangements for extending; the work to Eng
land; today the Iiooklowrs Is the talk of London; It Is deliver
ing books throughout Great Britain and includes anions Its pa
trons scores of the most distinguished families. We promised
an auxiliary library to take care of the Held not occupied by the
iJooJfcofsrj; tha Tabard Inn, with its revolving bopk-cases and
live-cent exchanges, Is extending the library privileges to thou
sands of country towns; the earnings of this ens department
at the present time exceed one thousand dollars a day, wltbi
only one twentieth of the field covered. This new library de
partment was started only a year ago. In another year It will
have an earning capacity largely In excess even of the JkoilU
loitrs. Last fall we announced the preparation of a monthly
magazine to round out our publicity plans; today Th 2foo
lover$ Magazine sells out Hs complete edition by the fifteesca of ,
each month; It is owned Independently by shareholders ef tbr
parent company, and presents all the elements of an execute'
We are building into the future; the whole booi,
and publishing trade is undergoing rapid and fai
reaching changes; there is a new book published li
the United States, every hour, day and night, and this
enormous output must have it's distributing matj
ohiriery. Millions invested in eentraJ storehouses ot
granite or marble can never change the populan,
current. The American people want an up-to-dato,
service in books as well as in newspapers, and they
are willing to pay for if with their own cash. Then)
is no denying the fact that the Boohlovers is already
a tremendous power among the book interests of the
country; it has battled its way to the front, where
it means to stay.
We need a central library and office building of
our own, and we intend to build one just as soon as
a desirable central property in Philadelphia can be
secured. This is the next important thing to be
done. The block of 50,000 Shares of Stock referred
to below has been set aside largely for this purpose.
In connection with this public offer of n com
paratively small block of Booklovern stock there are
four inside facts which I want to make public over
my own signature: 1. The Boohlovers earnings
during the three months ending February 28th
were the largest in the history of the enterprise; 2.
The operating expenses per library member were
never smaller than at the present time; 3. The "used
books" are wholly taken care of at good prices by
auxiliary library departments; 4. The Corporation
pays cash, and has no debts other than its current
No additional capital Is needed for the Booklovert; the In
creased capital Is being used at the present time to extend the
Tabard Inn and other departments; these auxiliary libraries are
necessary to round out the best Interests of the enterprise at
large; tbey are "by-products" of the business, and they offer
opportunity for vfcry large profits.
The Corporation is capitalized for $2,600,000
(260,000 Shares at f 10 each). Of this amount 190,
000 Shares have already been subscribed and paid
for at the par value of 1 10, making the: present cash
capital $1,900,000. There remain in the Treasury,
only 70,000 Shares. Of this remaining block the
Directors have authorized the Treasurer to set aside
50,000 shares to be offered for sale on May 15U. next,
at f 12 a Share. The remainder, consisting of 20,000
Shares, is now offered to the public in lots of Ten
Shares or more at 1 10 a Share. The terms are 10
per cent with the application and Ihe balance in
sixty days. Stock applied for by telegraph will be
held five days to await deposit and formal applica
tion. (See form of application below.) The sale of
this block of 20,000 Shares at f 10 and of the'remain
ing block of 50,000 Shares on May 15th at $12 will
give the Company a completely paid-up Capital.
This announcement gives investors the last oppor
tunity they will have of buying Boohloven at f 10 a
The Booklovert Corporation ban paid dividends
at the rate of 10 per cent per year since August 1,
1900. The last half-yearly dividend was paid on
February 20th. The half-yearly dividend periods
end June 30th and December. 31st, respectively. The
Corporation has no bonded debts, and its stock when
fully paid is non-assessable. All Shares become
dividend-bearing from the date of final pay
ment. Dividends arc payable in February and
1323 Walnut St., Philadelphia.
APPLICATION FORM FOR BOOKLOVERS STOCK
(Vs. wording below in writing out your spplicstion)
Mr. JOHN E. BRYANT, Treasurer
138 Walnut Street. PHILADELPHIA.
Pleaae ester my nam for 8hares of tbe 8tock
of Tbe Booklovers Library at Tea Dollars s Share. I enclose my
ehech tor I being Ten Per Cent, of the par
value, snd I agree ts pay the balance la sixty days.
Name . .
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