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THE OMAITA' DAILY BEE; TUESDAY. SEPTEMHEK !, 1005.
of this most nutritious of all foods
have already been consumed but
Unoeda Biscuit im
Good wheat is plentiful. Flour mills are grinding
steadily. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY bakeries, the
cleanest, largest, most -modern in the world, are working
day in and day out to supply you with your favorite soda
cracker. -So Uneeda Biscuit are still in abundance
the price is the same N
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
GATHERS SHIRRS CITT TAX
Oiri Eekrmsr Refutes to Vest Jait
Obligations Without Oomunlaion.
HENN1NCS BRINGS HIM TO TIME. AT LAST
Determined that Mas Who Howie
"Graft" Shall Par Personal Taxes
Due for Last Sixteen
"Grafting; at the city halt must atop,"
proclaims John, T. Cathers, reformer.
"Tax shirking of property owners In
Omaha must stop," dtolares August II.
Hennlng-a. city treasurer
It was feared that the great wave of civic
reform set In motion by John T. Cathers
who failed to get nominated for state sen
ator a year ago and likewise had failed to
secure from the city payment for claims he
makes to certain city streets he has fenced
In had received a fatal shock through the
determination of Mr. Hennlngi to collect
taxes due, without respect to persons, but
later Cathers, under pressure of law, paid
Reformer Cathers, Mr. Hennlngs , found,
owed personal taxes for the period of six
teen long years and In order to make him
pay them the tax authorities planned
to levy on his law library. The reformer
refused to pay them without being forced.
Despite all his fame as a reformer Mr.
Cathers appeared to have a nervous air
during his several trips to the city hall
and court house Monday morning. He in
quired anxiously for City Treasurer Hen
nlngs, and In response to a Jocular remark
front an old political friend murmured
something that included the Infernal re
gions as the scenario of whatever it was
that passed in Mr. Cathers' mind. Such
extraordinary action on the part of the dig
nified "reformer," or watchdog of the city
treasury," suggested an inquiry Into the
cause of Mr. Cathers' perturbation.
fathers Flies Into Kory.
Early In the morning Collectors Ander
son and Schamel of the city treasurer's of
fice called upon Mr. Cathers In his office
tn the New Tork Life building snd left
with him a document known as a "distress
warrant," served on persons who will not
pay their share cf public burdens without
being made to.
Briefly it commanded Mr. Cathers at
once to pay 1152, due in personal taxen
to the city treasurer, or suffer the de
parture of such law oTflee books and furni
ture and household goods as were thought
sufficient to cover the debt. With visions
ef the city treasurer's famous van before
his- eyes, Mr. Cathers grew pale. The two
collectors, one of whom at various Inter
vals had tried to Induce Mr. Cathers to
pay something on his bill, were frightened.
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and the reac-
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drattl), is famous
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In promo Vint the
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such way, by skillful attraction, com
bination and solution without alcohol,
that their best effect are secured
Many year of Actual practice con
vinced Dr. Fleroe of the value of many
native roots as medicinal agents and he
went to great expense, both in time and
In money, to perfect hliown peculiar pro
cesses for rendering them both efficient
and sate for continuous us a tonle and
The enormous popularity of "Golden
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scientific compounding and to the actual
medicinal value of the Ingredients. Tha
publication of the names of the tnoredt
ente on the wrapper of every bottle
hereafter to be sold, gives full assur
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removes all objection to the uao of an
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Little phi. Little dose, but give frees re
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meuU of Stomach, Liver and Bowels.
Common Sens Medical Adviser 'will
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sumps, to par the ooti of mailing only,
or cloth-bound for SI sumps. Address
R. V i'lame, u3 Wain btre ilui-
Anderson got out of the office, but Schamel
did not. Mr. Cathers slammed the door
on him and locked him inside, but released
him after a period during which wrath
poured from the reformer's lips like liquid
fire from a seething caldron. Then Mr.
Cathers started out to find Mr. Hennlngs
for the purpose of doing an explanation
Finally Pays lp.
After remaining in possession of the
Cathers law office until about 1 o'clock
the amount of the taxes was paid over to
Collector Bchamei, who then relinquished
possession of the office. Previously Mr.
Cathers had succeeded in finding the city
treasurer, who had gone to the former's
office to Insist upon the release of his col
lector. An understanding was reached to
the effect that If the taxes were paid before
S o'clock the van would not be requisi
tioned. Bchamei was locked In the office
about an hour and a half. He had taken
possession under the distress warrant.
When Cathers wanted to leave he simply
locked the collector Inside.
"We have been trying for a long time to
get Mr. Cathers to pay his taxes," said
Treasurer Hennlngs. "He has promised
time and again to do something, but failed.
Now that he has squared up (under force
of the law), he can make his 'reform' and
'graft' speeches with better grace. He now
has some money of his own Invested in the
city treasury to watch."
Mr. Cathers' personal bill ran back
to the year 1S81. and with interest amounted
to 1152. He had made several small pay
ments on it in the days of old, but nothing
WOMAN WANTS HER ALIMONY
New York Wife Sues Husband for
Payment Claimed on Divorce
Mrs. Almlna Mable of New Tork has
filed a suit in the United States circuit
court asking that her former husband,
Charles E. Mable, now a resident of
Omaha, be required to pay her $2,095 ali
mony, which sum. she says. , is still owing
her from him as a result of a decree of di
vorce granted by the Illinois courts. 'The
divorce was obtained in November, 1806,
and he was to pay her $76 per month by
order of the court. Up to September 1,
1905. there was due her from her former
husband $2,325. of which only $230 had been
paid. The balance he has persistently de
clined to pay. The petition alleges that
about four years ago Mr. Mabie left Illi
nois for New Tork, where he remained for
some time, and then returned to Illinois
and then removed to Nebraska in June,
1906, locating in Omaha. The plaintiff al
leges that she Is without remedy at law to
enforce the payment through the courts of
Illinois and that her former husband Is
now lucratively employed and is able to
pay her the alimony decreed to her. She
asks that he be required to appear before
this court and answtr why he should not
be compelled to pay the deficient alimony
Announcements of the Theaters.
The annual visit of Blanche Walsh to
Omaha Is always looked upon as a rare
treat. This remarkable woman, who
stands easily In the front rank of her pro
fession, has Impressed her audiences al
ways with her sincerity. Her last visits
here were in' the terribly somber, but
deeply Impressive "Resurrection." This
time she Is coming in a lighter play, but
one which calls upon her reserve force
almost as much as did the Tolstoi drama.
Clyde Fitch has supplied her with a drama
of life one that is of genuine Interest.
"The Woman In the Case" tells . of the
rivalry of a good woman and a bad for
the possession of a man. The bad woman
tries to sacrifice him when she finds she
can not hold him, and the good woman
saves him. The third act is pronounced
the most powerful Miss Walsh has ever
been seen in. She will be at the Boyd
with her supporting company on Thursday
and Friday evenings of this week.
The first of the professional matinees
at the Burwood will be given this after
noon. To these the management Invites
the stsge people who may be sojourning
in the city. The company Is winning its
way with a splendid production of "The
Girl I Left Behind Me."
Second Company ( Maaal Corps.
The second company of the Blgnal corps,
United States army, arrived last night to
take station at Fort Omaha. The company
marched from the depot to the fort and
was soon established in quarters waiting
there. One more company la expected
Test of Water Preasaro.
City Engineer Roeewater says he ex
pects to make the test of water pressure
ordered by the Water board some day this
week. The board has employed benesett
Williams, a well known engineer-of Chi
cago, to work with Engineer Koaewater.
The .pressure will be tested la the effort
to secure evidence to base the claim that
the water company does not furnish the
pressure specified la its contracts, and for
this reason its bills for hydrant rental, or
fire protection, anould be out down.
SHAW TO ADDRESS BANKERS
Secretary of Treasury Probably Will
Make Speech at Kebrsika
Leslie M. Shaw, secretary of the
treasury, is expected to make an address
before the Nebraska Bankers' association,
at Its annual meeting, which will be held
In Lincoln, October 24 and 25. Mr. Shaw has
not given a definite promise, but at present
knows of no reason why he should not
attend the meeting. The program commit
tee of the association Is busy and is making
an effort to get other speakers of note
from the east.
St. Paul and
DUL.UTH, ASHLAND AND
x and return
DEADWOOD AND LEAD
VERT LOW RATES NOW
TO ALL POINTS EAST
via The Northwestern Line.
City Offices 1401-1403
POLICE FUND STILL SI10RT
Advertised Eslief for Depleted Exchsqus'
fail to Vaterialiie.
CUT IN FORCE WILL BE POSTPONED
Board Will Maintain Strenrth I'ntll
After Horse Show and Then Re
duce by Nearly- Half Inless
Money Is Found,
The touted public-spirited Intervention of
the Ctsmrnerclal club In the police fund
shortage did not manifest Itself at the
Fire and Police board meeting last night.
Nothing was heard from the club or any
cltlxens about contributing to take up tho
deficit. Up-to-date the only positive of
fer of assistance that has been made Is
that of Count Creighton who called up
the chief of police on the telephone and
said he wanted to give $500. ,
"We want It understood that this board
Is not talking buncombe when it speaks
of reducing tho police force to conform
with the funds." said Commissioner
Broatch. We are determined to act strict
ly within the law. If by October 15 tbe
police fund Is not replenished In som,e way
we shall make the cut tn the police force
that Js demanded."
"We have agreed," said Commissioner
Spratlen, "that It is better to keep the
whole force during the Ak-Sar-Hen and
Horse show, when the town Is likely to
attract criminals. It Is better to have the
whole force until October 15 than to let
twenty-five men go now. After October 15,
we will have to let off about thirty-five
men unless assistance comes to the fund."
City Attorney to Help.
City Attorney Breen was present to talk
finances. He said If the mayor vetoed the
asphalt' repair appropriation as announced
there will be left about $10,000 In the general
levy fund. To get hold of part of this for
the police department, Mr. Breen promised
to try to scheme a scheme so that the
law will not be violated. It seems that
the commissioners have been paying for
repairs at the police station and for other
Sundry expenses out of the police fund.
It may be that this Is all wrong and the
city should have stood the cost out of Its
general fund. If the latter be true per
haps the amounts can be charged back and
the police fund "reimbursed," like the
fire fund was.
Some Routine Matters.
On the recommendation of Chief Donahue,
a ten day's vacation with pay was given
to Police Matron Etta Anderson, who will
resign September 20, to marry Sergeant
Rentfrow. During two years excellent ser
vice, Miss Anderson has not taken her
annual day's leave.
Fire Chief Salter ruled against allow
ing the fire department or any part of It
to form a feature of the Ak-Sar-Ben day
light parade and the commissioners backed
Patrolman J. J. Nielsen was fined two
day's pay for drinking when off duty
slightly too much beer for an empty
Fireman Bradford was fined four day's
pay and Fireman Counseman two day's,
for indulging In a little scrap in quarters.
Annual leaves of absence were granted
to Patrolmen P. J. Rlnn and 8. D. Relgel
man and to Fireman Michael Mravener,
Brady T. Cowger, Thomas Gray and An
drew J. Clark.
HI. SO to Clear Lake and Return
Chicago Great Western Railway.
Tickets on sale every Friday and Satur
day. Final return limit the following Mon
day. Good fishing, boating, bathing and
other outdoor sports. Reasonable hotel
rates. Tourist sleeping cars run on Satur
day night train. For further Information
rply to 8. D. Parkhurst, G. A., 161J Far
nam street, Omaha, Neb.
Greatly Reduced Rates
Wabash R. R.
Sold November SO Account Home Visitor
Excursions Call at Wabash city office or
address Harry E. Moores, G. A. P. D.,
Special meeting of Nebraska Lodge No. 1
Tuesday evening. September 19, at 7:80
p. m. Work in M. M. degree.
EDW. A. NORTHUP. Master.
One Fare to Hot Springs, Ark.
Plus $2. for round trip, dally, good for $0
days. Summer Is the best time for treat
ment. Ask any ticket agent.
by a heavy cold or cough, your lungs are
helpless till you cure them with Dr. King's
New Discovery. 60 cents and $1.00. For
sale by Sherman McConnell Drug Co.
Cheap Rates to Clear Lake) and
VIA CHICAGO GREAT WESTERN RAIL
Tickets on sale every Saturday. Final
return limit the following Monday. Good
fishing, boating, bathing. Reasonable
hotel rates. For further information apply
to 8. D. PARKHURST. General Agent,
1512 Farnam 8t., Omaha, Neb.
The following marriage licenses have been
Name and Residence.
Louis S. Schroeder. Omaha
Eda Schroeder, Omaha ,
Thomas Payne, Omaha
Mattle Matthews, Omaha ,
William J. Gorst, Minneapolis, Minn..
Myrtle E. Hodder, Omaha
Melvin Boggs, Council Bluffs
Nellie Lane, Council Bluffs
Frank Blesak, Adams Co., Neb
Annie Beranek, Omaha ,
Salvatore Monto, Omaha
Angelina Lagreca, Omaha ,
2Z-K wedding rings.
OMAHA MEN AND THEIR HOBBIES
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Mens Lravenette Main Loats
8 TO 25.
The rain coat has become an essential article in tho wardrobe of every man who makes
even the slightest pretensions of being correctly dressed. For early fall wear it is particu
larly practical, combining the use of a stylish overocat witn the service of a waterproof gar
ment. THE NEW TOP COATS
6 TO 25
A showing from which the most exacting. demands of the best dressers can be satisfac
torily met and priced to meet all purses.
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1 5th and
NEW HOME FOR ALL SAINTS
Another Building Thought to B Eetttr
Than Kemodenng Old Strnotire.
"ECTOR AND OTHERS FAVOR THE PLAN
Chorch ts Rerloaslr Twisted by
the Wind, Whlrh Also
pssisgei tbe Pipe
"In my Judgment the best thing for the
congregation to do is to build a flew church,
even if It has to go in debt for it." These
were the words of Rev. T. J. Mackay upon
his return from his vacation, which has
been spent In New Tork, upon viewing
the wreck of All Saints Episcopal church,
which the wind and storm twisted In such
bad shape Friday night.
O. W. Wattles and Victor Caldwell, the
building committee of the church, are both
In New York and nothing definite could be
learned of the plans for rebuilding.
"It Is impossible tp make a sightly struc
ture of the wrecked church, although the
builders and architects say It can be re
paired. In the meanwhile the congregation
must look for suitable quarters for services
All Saints parish has erected a rectory
during the last yoar at a cont of S12.000
and the church was being moved from the
corner to make room for a $15,000 parish
house, which is to be the personal gift of
Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wattles. The church
waa blown around four feet and Is a se
rious wreck. The pipe organ is torn to
pieces and every wall Is twisted until It
looks actually unsafe. The plan was to
build a fifteen-foot addition on the front
of the church, which could be used as an
entrance to the parish house aa well. The
parish house will occupy the corner flush
with Twenty-sixth street and will be 64x35
feet, leaving a small lawn on the Dewey
Captain H. E. Palmer has sent for the
Insurance adjuster, $5,000 insurance against
wind being carried by the vestry. It is
argued that this $5,000 would make a good
start on the new church, whereas it will
cost nearly 115,000 to rebuild the old struc
ture. A heating plant will have to be put
tn the old church and electric lights In
stalled all of which represents an added
MORE BOYS UNDER AGE WORK
Children In BiaT Demand and Many
Are Ont of School This
Activity !n all lines of business Is de
manding the employment of children under
15 years to a greater extent than ever be
fore in Omaha, according to Truant Officer
Parker, and nls work 1b made so much
the harder for that reason. He has found
many boys at work who should be In school,
but about 175 children remain unaccounted
for. He ts rounding them up as rapidly
as possible and placing them in either pub
lic or parochial schools. The Young Men's
Christian association1 night school will open
tonight with twice the enrollment ever re
corded before. It Is made up largely of
boys who have to work during the day,
owing to the financial condition of their
families. In such case the truant officer is
satisfied if they attend night school.
The following births and deaths have
been reported to the Board of Health dur
ing the forty-eight hours ending at noon
Births Fred Kubetschek. 1614 California,
51rl; Edward LundgTen, 2S22 Dupont, boy;
oseph Lewis. 634 South Twenty-fourth
avenue, girl; Isaac Shepard, 4418 North
Twenty-sixth, boy; Emil Cermok. 1262 South
Thirteenth, boy; Oeorge Street, 1338 South
Twenty-fifth avenue, boy: Frank Hrubwky,
2a North Twenty-second, girl; Fred Nel
son, 3X2 Hamilton, girl.
Deaths Julia Marlon, Ponca, Neb., 5;
Edward Brown, Thirteenth and Orace. S'4;
Samuel Dewey, Ansley, Neb., 63; Charles C.
bush. 2632 Decatur, 1H.
ARTHUR D. BEAXDE13 Builder.
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Cholera Infantum and eimilar
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manently cured by
It's a sure cure and does not
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J. J.(i" D0IIAII0E
Reasons why you should sup
port him for sheriff:
He has supported the Itepub
liron ticket for 23 years In lioug
Is not a professional politician.
Has never been at the public
crib and is not holding a city
oftlce while seeking another
from the people of Douglas
The "Bee." Sunday, Sept. 17.
says: "He Is the test type of
manly man, proved, loyal to
friends and party, and retains
the esteem and confidence of
The Western Laborer, Satur
day, Sept. ltt, says: "Tony Don
shoe Is the logical candidate for
. sheriff for the people, so square
that even the Civic Federation
should support him."
Is In the race and always has
been. Please do not believe re
ports to the contrary.
No relation to Chief J. J. Don
ahue, In answer to Inquiries.
"Let th people decide."
weir Mi? a dGBdouu
Do yoa think such an enormous business could be built op nd
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Do you think we could hold the trade of half a million people, if our
reputation for doine exactly what we say wasn't firmly established?
Do you think U. S. Senators, Foreign Ambassadors, Hankers, Business
and IYofessional men in every section of this country would keep on using
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Do you think doctors would recommend it &nd hospitals use it9 if it
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United States Bsnate, Washington, D. C.
"i bava found Hayner Whiskey exceptionally fin for tabls and medicinal purposss."
U'm. Af. Strwart.
U. S. Senator from Nevada.
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IT 13 SAID THAT
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get cured of their aliments diseases), which are dragging them down to tha
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of tha fart today that houutlng promises of quick cures, misleading statements
ana unDusinessiive propositions to ins amiciea are out straws mat-win sink
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these rise and fall into oblivion. Wa cure:
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Debility. Blood Poison (5yphilia), Rectal,
Kidney and Kindred Diseases,
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KNOWING IT WILL TAKE LONGER, as we premie nothing; bat what
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