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TITE OMATTA DAILY KKE: WEDNESDAY. JULY 5. 1903.
SOCIALISTS WILL TEST LAW
The Secret ol Good CoIIee
Eren th bt honwetropers ennnot mnko a good enp of
coffee without good material. Dirty, adulterated and quterly
blended coflee bucIi as unscrupulous dealers shovel over their
counters won t do. But toko the pure, clean, natural flavored
LION COFFEE, the leader of all package eoflees
the cofiVo that for over a quarter of a century Los been daily
welcomed in millions of home and you rill make a drink fit
for ft king in thin wny t
HOW TO MAKE GOOD COFFEE.
Vm LlOU COFFER, Wii to get bett results yon mtirt n.e th best enffce.
Oflnd font MoN CoFKBH r.tiicr Ann. I'm Ulilf.poonful to r.rta run, and m
rtr for the pot" Klrot mix It with a little cold wtr. ennnch to mnks a thW-fc ptr, nd
ad white of an (If rjrg It to b used aa a eattler), then foliowoneof the following rulet:
fat WITH HOM ING WATTR. Add belllnft wtrr. nd let It bill
TnaiF MINUTF. ONLY. Add tittle cold water and Ml aside live
mlniitea to settle. Serve prnmptlr,
2L. WITH mill W ATI U AAA vm Mt1 ormt. th.. nu.-
bring It to a feel I. Thru art aside, add a little cold water, and la live
salautea lfa ready to serve.
TWO WAYS TO SETTLE COrFEE.
Jit. W tags. Tm part ef the whit ef an eeg, mixing It with the rroand LIOH
COFFEE tiMnnloUlnc. '
td. With CoK4 Miner Instead of gg. After boiling add a daaa of cold water, aod art
astoe for rlr'il or ten mijiuUia, then ten through a strainer.
boll It too tons;.
Ut It stand morethanten minutes befora serving-,
usa water that has been boiled before.
Insist on setting package ol genuine LION COFFEE.
repare It according to this recipe and yon will only use
JON COFFEE In tutnre. (Sold only in 1 lb. sealed package.)
(Lion-head on every raokai;o.)
(Bars these Lion-heals for Talaablo premiums.)
SOLD BY GROCERS EVERYWHERE
WOOLSON 6PICE CO., Toledo, Ohio.
DELEGATES GO TO DENVER
Omaha Ipwsrth Ljagueri Accompany
Other to the National Oonrention.
SPECIAL CAR OVER UNION PACIFIC
Iter. Dra. Smith and t'isaell Arc to
Addresa the Gathering Other
Xebrnaltana I'rrrrdc Yea
The Omaha Epwortli Leaguers left Tues
day afternoon at 4:10 in a special ear over
the Union I'aclflc. There were between
forty and fifty excursionists on the Omaha
tar. Including the out-of-town guests of
the local Epworthlans. Two other sleep
ars were on the train, one containing the
leaguers from the Youngstown. O., dls
trlct, and one containing those from South
At Fremont the special was scheduled to
pick up one car of people from the Ncllgh
dlatrlet, at Columbus one from the Orand
Island district and at Grand Island another
from the name district.
The excursion la due to arrive at Denver
t 7:60 this morning. A committee from
the Denver Epworth Leagues met the train
at the Mate line to welcome the Nobras
kans, Ohloans and South Dakotans to Colo
rado and to get their registration. Ar
rangements were made by this committee
for a committer of ex-Nebraskans to meet
the people from their old state at the sta
tion and to provide for their entertainment
while In Denver.
The Nebraskans will take a run over the
Moffatt line today on a special train. Ex
cursions also have been arranged to
Georgetown and the loop and to Manltou
and Pike's Peak. The convention will bo
In session Friday. Saturday and Sunday.
Dr. ft. Comble Smith Is on the program
for Friday evening and Rev. C. C. Clssell,
D. D., for Thursday evening.
Personnel of Party,
On the Omaha special car were: Rev.
and Mr. C. C. Clssell and two children,
Kev. J. B. Prlebt. Mia Constance Kiger,
Miss Lillian Morrlaon. Mlas Emma Kent.
Miss Sadie Kent, Miss Orace Sherwood,
Stephen Plckard, Fred Walsh, Howard
Bergen, Mis Jane Perkins, Miss Jennie
Oaaaer, Mrs. Richardson, Misa Margaret
O'Connell. Miss Anna Owen, Mlas Anna
Orote. Miss Dertha Phlllippl, Miss Mar
garet rhllllppl. Dr. II. E. King, Z. T. How
ell, Earl Langdon, MJs Mlnnlo Esplin,
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Clark and Misses Mil
dred. Rita and Hael Clark, C. P. White.
Miss Mabel While, Miss Clara flames,
Mlsa Mary Ellsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Sabine,
Misa Kmma Ellsworth, Miss Martha Ho
melius, Miss Irene Hayes, Mr. James
In addition to these there were Dr. D.
O. Tlndall. Mr a.. P. II. Shields, Mrs. H. B.
Fleharty,- Mis Kenworthy and Miss Orace
Lush from South Omaha; Rev. H. A. Chap
pell from Springfield, Rev. XV. L. Elliott
from Valley and O. T. Colston from Elk
Rar. and Mrs. E. Comble Smith left for
Denver several days ago, as did Rev. D. C.
Wlnship. Others who went are: Mark
Field. T. XV. Pickett. Miss Emma Pickett.
Mia Jennie Berry. Miss Nettle Hodder,
Ml Winifred Street, Miss Lola Savage,
F. W. Rothery, Mr. Reels, Mr. J. M.
- Ratnlltlea Prevented.
After an accident, use Bucklen'a Arnica
Salve. It prevent fatal results. Heal
cut, burn, sores. c. For sale by Slier
man as McConnell Drug company.
Into hour. The troublo was caused by the
underground circuit breaker nt Fourteenth
and Harney streets being out of commis
sion, evidently being caused by the tuln.
Considers tile trouble whs caused lust niKlit,
especially when the lnrxe crowd were com
ing to and front the resort.
CERTAINLY IS A POOR LOSER
Moos City Colored Fan Loses Trn-tr--Klve
(nts on Clame and
Ho hailed from Plonx City and was a
real plunger. At present ho Is devoting
hi time to the embellishment of footgear
at a Farnam street emporium. Yielding
to his Insatiable passion for gambling he
put up his last "qwahtah" on the Sioux
In the last game with Omaha.
"What the scoe?" ho eagerly Inquired
ns one of tils fellow artisans walked Into
the establishment after having seen Omaha
take the last of the duuble-huadur from
"Ah, ha, ha, ha, ee, he, he, he," was
the unsatisfactory answer that was emitted
from the mouth of the other, nearly con
vulsed with laughter, contemplating what
"What's the scoe? I dun ast you, you
"Tho scoe um, hugh, hugh I cert'n'ly
do hate to toll hlin. Well, ah, the scoe
am 3 to 1, fuvali Omaha."
"You 'a Huh; them Omahas didn't beat
no two time toauy. An knows bettah n
But finally he was convinced that Omaha
won, nnd, after much hesitation and hunt
ing and hawing, he consented to turn over
the money 25 cents. And then he cut
loose. It's a pity his spasm can't be re
"Oh, shucks, why Lord, I dun knowd
them thar Sioux City's couldn't never play
no ball, nohow. Tiny never was no ball
playhers, and I hope they hit a 'boggan
and goes clar down to tho bottom, They
makes me sick. Shucks "
"Well, they have been staying pretty
well up toward the top," put. In a cus
tomer. "They Is, eh? Well, they ain't goln" to
stay thar- no moe, and you'll see that.
That's jess luck they's bin staying up
theah. They caln't play no ball and nevah
could. They makes me Pick."
"Well, that ain't no new to me," said
the man who had won. "I dun knowd
all the time Sioux City wan't no ball
playhers; thet's cause why I bet on
."Omaha! rats! Omaha! Now, youse the
biggest fool I evah saw. Why, I Jess bet
you Sioux City wins tomorrow."
The disgusted man who had Just parted
with his lust "qwahtah" didn't mind knock
ing his home team himself as a mean of
easing hi feeling over the los of hi
money, but when it came to an Omaha
man knocking that was too much, and he
hit for cover In an Instant and was ready
to bet the price of five more shines on
Sioux City again.
Dcdgo Primary Measure to Be Attacked
by Partj i Courts.
STATE TICKET NAMED BY CONVENTION
Royal Arcanum Union meeting In Cham
bers' academy Thursday evening, July 6.
Lights Ont Down Town.
For the past two or three nights the
aro lights In the clown town district have
not been burning and much discomfort
has been experienced by pedestrians whose
buaineaa takea them on the streets at a
MEETING LACKED A QUORUM
Session of Aodltorlom Executive
Committee Mill Be Held
Owing to the lack of a quorum the ex
ecutive committee of the Auditorium com
pany did not transact any business at a
meeting held in President Nash's office yes
terday morning. Another session will be
held today, probably In the afternoon, to
take up and act upon certain plan regard
ing finances and other matters.
Police Auction Sale.
Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, In the
police court room at Eleventh and Dodge
streets, the annual police auction sale will
bo held for the benefit of the Police Re
lief association. The sale will consist of
unclaimed articles such as gold and silver
watches. Jewelry, revolvers, bicycles, har
ness, clothing, baggage, tools and a con
glomerate man of other things. Every
thing will be sold to the highest bidder.
.lew Law Denounced as Intended to
Prevent Socialists from Getting; oa
Ticket and as Sach Will
Decisive action regarding the Dodge pri
mary law was taken by thirty-one persona
composing the state socialist convention at
l'Xi South Fourteenth street Inst night. It
whs agreed to contest the law In the court
and to attempt to get a ticket on the
county ballot this fall In the old way. By
the adoption of a resolution proposed by
W. R. Adair the financial and moral as
sistance of the party In the state 1 pledged
to the move. J. I. Roe matle a fiery speech
denouncing the law and this resolution was
Whereas. Our late state legislature passed
a bill known as the primary election law,
which is intended to destroy the socialist
party and prevent further Wage class con
certed political action, though Its defender
claim for its purMse the curtailment of
corporation rule, as the said law provides
that all candidates nominated in Douglas
county shall pay to the state a registra
tion fee equalllnK a certain per cent of
the salary of respective ofllces for which
such candidates are nominated; and
Whereas, We, the socialists of Ne
braska In convention assembled, consider
said law a menace to political freedom and
In direct contllct with true Americanism,
as It Is iilain and unadulterated sectional
discrimination, be It
Resolved. That we. the socialists of Ne
braska In Convention assembled, this 4th
dnv of July, 16. denounce the said bill and
will support to tho full extent of our ability
any move to kill this law, and appeal to
all justice loving men and women of Ne
braska for their co-operation In having this
State Ticket dominated.
Parker S. Condit was nominated for Judge
of the supreme court and Mrs. J. P. Roe
nnd L. DeVore of laurel for regents of the
T'nlversity of Nebraska. Ludon Stebbins
of North rintte ran Mr. Parker a close race
for the supreme court nomination, but
there were no real contests.
In tho morning the state committee met
with Parker S. Condit in, the chair and
XV. C. Rogers of Waterloo as secretary.
This telegram from National Secretary
Bonner was rend:
Tho socialist party for the working class
Is the hope Inspiring thinking men and
women. We have nothing to arbitrate with
The state commlttep Indorsed the na
tional plan of rnlslng the fees of lecturers
from $l.!i0 to $3 and allowing the speakers
to take up a collection. Tho monthly fees
of members-at-large In tho state was raised
from 10 to 25 cents, to be apportioned
equally among the nearest local, state and
Mr. Condit was chairman of the conven
tion and John Huba was secretary. Three
women were present nnd participated.
Speeches on various topics were made by
Messrs. Adair, Stebbins of North Platte,
Root of Denver. DeVore of taut-el, Gerrett
of Chicago and Legler of LcRoy.
Substance of Platform.
Tho platform adopted condemns the pres
ent economic system, declare the product
of labor belong to labor and that the con
trol of the government must be wrested
from the grip of the capitalist before the
abolition of the wage system and the pro
posed remedy of transforming capitalistic
property Into collective property of the
working classes can be brought about. The
party pledge Itself to work alone for the
Interest of tho working class If placed In
frower and advocate the production for
use Instead of profit.
A resolution adopted directs public atten
tion to the recognition of "evils arising
from private ownership of the means of
distribution and production by the highest
officials of the government," and announces
that the only way voters can help to change
these conditions Is to vote for the socialist
party and the establishment of the "co
About half of the socialists attending the
convention, which wa open to all paid-up
members, came from out In the state.
Tts a gigantic conspiracy of Coughs,
Colds, etc., against you. Foil it with Dr.
King's New Discovery. 60c and $1.00. For
Bale by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
"The Line Ileantltol."
Lehigh Valley railroad. Delightful route
to New York, Philadelphia and Atlantlo
coast resorts. Five through trains dally.
Dining car, a la carte. Connect at Buf
falo and Niagara Fall with all trains from
For time tables and descriptive matter
address George Eade, Jr., Western Passen
ger Agent, 218 South Clark St., Chicago, III.
Harry B. Davis, undertaker. TeL 1226.
J. A. Bright of 2ii7 North Seventeenth
street, an employe of the Fairmont Cream
ery company, was slightly bruised Tues
day morning, when a butter tub fell from
the top of a pile on a truck In the cream
ery. P. A. Anderson of 4242 Patrick avenue
wus Injured Tuesday morning by falling
from a scaffold at the Model bteam laundry,
Eleventh and Dodge streets. Anderson
sustained a dislocated hip. Ho was first
attended at the police station by Police
Surgeon Langdon and then taken to the
Immunuel hospital. Anderson fell about
Attorney James M. Macfnrland of 614
South Twenty-eighth street was arraigned
In police cTiurt Tuesday on the charge of
keeping a vicious dog. Tho complaint was
sworn to by Miss liollle Kcsterson of 811
Houth Twenty-first street, on behalf of
her 10-year-old brother, who Is said to
have been bitten by Macfarland's dog.
The case has been set for hearing next
From Cows With a Pedigree
Cows of famous butter making breeds, fed on rich, lush grasses,
give the cream from which MEADOW QOLD BUTTLR is made.
Its sweet and delicate flavor, and uniform quality, are owing en
tirely to the source of supply and the care taken in manufacture.
Made in the largest and cleanest creamery in the world, it is the
best butter obtainable.
MEADOW GOLD BUTTLR is packed, freshly made, in an air
and odor-proof package which effectually prevents any possible taint
Ask your dealer for it
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teen years Government expert of Turkey. Made only of the
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5 packages (50 cigarettes 67c. 10 packages (100 cigarettes), $1.20.
Also In tins of 50 and 100. Sam: prices. Plain tips,
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INSPECTOR LEWIS LET OUT
Laid Off by EdqtisH a Postscript to Col
lapse, of Waterloo Bridge,
CHARGES ARE PREFERRED AGAINST HIM
Lewis Denies Them and (iels t Pe
tition from Friends No Inspec
tor for the Temporary
A postscript to the dumping of the
Waterloo bridge into the river In tho pro
cess of moving it comes in the suspension
of John Lewis from his position of In
spector of construction work for the
county. Mr. Lewis, who had been detailed
to watch the bridge builders at Waterloo,
was surprised last Thursday to receive an
order from County Surveyor Kdnulst to
return to Omaha and report at his office,
and more surprised yet on reporting to be
told that he was laid off Indefinitely.
To friends on the outside Lewis has de
clared that while his suspension was ex
plained to him as based on charges of
drinking and neglect of duty, the only
possible complaint must have come from
the contractor who took this way to avoid
the presence of a county inspector during
the progress of the work. To support his
denial of the alleged charges ho has a
statement signed by about a dozen of the
leading citizens of Waterloo ami several
letters, among them one from the Presby
terian minister there, who testifies to driv
ing around with Lewis and seeing nothing
wrong with him at any time.
When questioned on the matter County
Surveyor Kdqulst answered:
"Yes, I have laid Lewis ofT. I do not
know personally of anything wrong with
him nor have I any complaint with his
work. But two members of the county
board came to nit at different times and
said that Lewis had been drinking for
several day and under the circumstance
I saw no other course than to suspend
him. I have not put any one on In his
place. It Is almost Impossible to get com
petent Inspector at the rate of (3 a day,
which Is the limit we can pay, and I was
glad to get Lewis, who had had expe
rience as construction Inspector nt the St.
Louis exposition last year. Whether I will
restore him later depends on circumstances.
I went out to Waterloo myself yesterday,
and while I found no one complaining of
Lewis, I saw that the only work In prog
res la the pulling up of the old bridge
and the construction of a temporary
wooden bridge, toward which the county Is
to pay the bridge contractor only $1.5") a
foot, and I see no need of an Inspector un
til they begin rebuilding the permanent
CORPSE TAKEN OUT OF HOTEL
Welicht of Head Man Astound Two
Guests Who Witness the
Two strangers, stockmen from the west
ern part of the state, were at the Murray
Tuesday taking an afternoon siesta In the
hotel lobby, when a piano van backed up
to the front of the hotel. A couple of men
with the van entered the hotel, bringing
with them a piano truck and canvas cover
ing for a piano, and ascended the elevator.
The proceeding Interested tho two strang
eis and one remarked to tho other: "Conney,
somebody must be dead up stairs. Them
fellows have gone up to bring down the
"Guess that's so. Hut, thunder, they have
got a big ambulance out there. That must
be the city ambulance, going round gather
ing up the fellows that are killed on the
When the piano men came down with tho
piano that was being removed from the
hotel, covered with the canvas, Conney re
marked: "Gee, but that corpse Is a heavy one."
THIRTY-FIVE DJELEGATES START
Christian Fiideu vorera from Nehrnaka
Ileadlnir for Unit luiore to At
A party of about thirty-five Nebraska
Christian Endeavorera went east Monday
night to attend the national convention of
the society, which convenes In Kaltimore
July 6 to 11. Among those who went
from Omaha were: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Chase, Miss Anna Marsh, Mrs. W. K. Car
penter. XV. C. Cutter, Mrs. Hall E. Myers,
Mrs. J. II. Huklll, Earl Hukill. Mr. and
Mrs. Garloch did not go, as Mr. Garloch
Is In the Methodist hospital recovering
from the effects of a surgical operation
performed a week ago. lie Is doing nicely.
Chamlerlaln'B Colic, Cholera and Dlar- ,
rnoea iiemeuy is ttie most successful medl-
j cine in the world for bowel complaints, and
Is tho only remedy that will cure chronlo
tJ-K wedding rings. Edholm. Jeweler.
J. R. McCann of Heatrlce was a Fourth
of July visitor in Omaha,
J. O. Maple of Schuyler, J. H. Lange of
Chehalls, Wash.. I.ara Gunderson of Mln
den. Henrietta Schulenbeig of Lincoln are
at the Murray.
H. J. McVlcker of North Tlend, E. C.
Homey of Heaver Crossing, K. W. Sulli
van of lienver and N. O. Toole of New
Castle are at the Millard.
J. S. Hsrrlngton of O'Neill. H. Keogh
of HIalr. H. C. Grovejnhn and daughter
of Carroll. A. Relmers of Grand laluml,
Charles Clayton of Denver, George A.
Dodd of Yuma, Colo., and T. W. Walden
of Washington, Neb., ure at the Mer
chanta. XV. 8. Montgomery. C. R. Hays, XV. A.
Ralrd of Ltenver; Mies r:m LanYr uf
Seward, Leo. A. Roop of Ftcrlin, Germany,
Mr. and Mra. W. J. Saridlcmaim of Kear
ney, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harkhurst and
Mr. and Mra. Oatrandor of brattice ttru ut
the Her Grand.
Cbarlea Blakely of Heatrlce. E. H. I'ol
leya and daughter of Lincoln, W. K. Crltch
neld of Kullrrton, T. Li. Edward of Lead,
a. D.. J. W. Lacey of Cheyenne, H. V.
Tempe uf Ixlngton, Mr. and Mrs. 11 E
Lanbord of Lincoln, H. liruwn uf Hous
ton, Tax., and It V. Stone ti ba Jf'rttu
clavo, at at ibe iaua.
1'olice After I'unel llreakera.
Another panel-hrenkliiK burglary In ths
west part of the city has Uen reported i
to the police. The home of J. IJndberg, ,
&"( isorin rorty-nrst avenue, was en
tered Monday evening during the absence
of the family. Entrance was gained by
breaking a door panel. While the house
was ransacked, nothing of much vulue has
been missed by the members of the farn-
II.. 1'tii. ru.li,. I.u.-a r. An. .,l,.n ..I . , - -
mi'ii n i woin ill nun ( lilt iny nnd
they are weaving a net which they be
lieve suon will gather in the proper culprits.
BULLETIN . . .
PORTLAND, TACOMA, SEATTLE AND RETURN Daily $45.00
PORTLAND, TACOMA AND SEATTLE AND RETURN, Via California,
July 3, i, T, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 23, 26, 27 $56.00
SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS AN6ELES AND RETURN,
July 3, (, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13, 23, 26, 27 $56.00
SAN FRANCISCO AND LOS ANGELLS AND RETURN,
August G to 14 $50.00
DENVER, COLORADO SPRINGS AND PUEBLO AND RETURN,
On sale August 12, 13, 15 $15.00
CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE AND SOUTHERN WISCONSIN Points and Return,
ST. LOUIS AND RETURN Daily $18.50
SALT LAKE AND OGDEN AND RETURN Daily, $30.50
YELLOWSTONE PARK, Through, including hotels and stage, daily
until September 17 $75.00
BLACK HILLS RESORTS AND HOT SPRIN6S, S. D., and Return,
Daily Approximately Half Rates
CODY, WYO., New Sportsman's Paradise on Cod) Road,
(Send for new booklet) Ou sale daily .....$30.10
UICHI6AN RESORTS ON LAKES MICHIGAN AND HURON
Daily Low Tourist Rale J
Canada, Maine and New England; St. Lawrence and Lake Cbamplaio Regions
Daily Low Tourist Rates
BUFFALO and Return, July 7 to 9 $26.75
' PITTSBURG AND RETURN, August 17 and 18 $25.25
DETROIT AND RETURN, August 13 and 14 $21.00
If you will call or write. It would be a pleasure to ad
vise you about rates, train service, to reserve you a berth
and try to make your trip a comfortable one.
J. B. REYNOLDS. Ticket Agent, 1502 Farnam Street, OMAH
It is cool to-day
Is better than foreign
Champagnes, but costs only
half the price as it is American
made and there is no duty
or ship freight to pay. Grand
Prize, St. Louis Worlds Fair.
AMERICAN WINE CO., ST. LOCHS
All ths Way
Aak Geo C. Cham
bers, faaa. Art.,
ft Equitable Blag,
Lea Molrtea. fa.,
for "A Colorado
Why not take your Si'mmer
Outing in Colorado Rockies?
The Santa Fe is arranging some
lowrate excursions to
Go on the Colorado Flyer, the
train that's as fine as the
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