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THF OMAHA DAILY HKK: TUESDAY, XOVEMHKK 28,' 1003.
FAIR IS DRAWING CROWDS
PUttuea'aoher Societies Entertain Throngs
v t Washing-tan Hall.
BUSY NIGHT AJ BOOTHS AND PALM ROOM
Hk an Pencil Hrlaa Keens
Talnars Mnvlasr at a Rata that
' -Lets Xeltber Dime r
Monday night the German fair at Wash
ington hall was greeted with a large at
tendance, and the proceedings throughout
were of the enthusiastic order which bodes
well for the financial success of the fair
for the coming seven days. Many Improve
ments have been made In the hall which
adds materially to Ita attractiveness.
The' proceedings opened Monday night
with concert by the riattdcutscher Zither
club of fifteen members which rendered
Mini Very pleasing music. Then came an
eierrlse drill by one of the Forester teams
t the Modern Woodmen of America. Aside
from this 'there were uniformed visitors
from the. Woodmen of the World and
Ancient Order of I'nlted Workmen, the
Httrngtirl lodge, Bona of Merman of South
Omaha, and memlers of the Pythian lodges
of Omaha and adjacent cities. It was the
Hist, of the lodpe nights, and all the orders
were fulrly well represented.
. . Hons of Herman Officers.
Among the prominent visitors present
were John Van Wolpp of Hloomlngton,' and
John Millies of Hattsmouth, state president
find vk president respectively of the Sons
of Herman, the great German society of
Nebraska. - This order has (.000 members In
the state, and during the fair a contest
will vbe held for a handsome silk flag to go
to the most popular lodge of this order In
'ilia state. President Wolpp and Vice Presi
ded.. Mattes each delivered short addresses
giving a brief history of the order and ita
VroKress In the state during tha past year.
Tho Talm room on the second floor was a
tiopiilar resort during the evening and the
festivities were full of Interest from start
th-ftnlsh. 'The fair la now under full head
way, and will be found a most enjoyable
place to apend an hour or two each evening
during the week,
f ' - - Booth Brla-ade la Baay.
The 'booths are- all liberally patronized
front the fact that a brigade of fair women
Is armed with books and pencils for the os
tensible purpose of seeing that no one es
capes a visit to one or a dosen of them,
accbrdfng to the ilae of hla bank account.
Ariy person having the temerity to try to
, escape the Importunities of the book and
pencil brigade, will have to make hla peace
with the judge, of the kangaroo court or
take hla chances In the cooler provided for
violation Of courtesies of the evening. The
fines aro usually about double the amount
of- the assessment supposed to be contrib
uted to the booth brigade. The Jail Is com
fortable and .warm and Is so handy to the
Judge's bench that suspended sentences are
unnecessary,, as the victim can be landed
In hock before the echo of the committment
has died away.
Coming; Klgrhta at Fair.
Tuesday will be Benson night and it prom
laes to be a ihummer, with a varied pro
gram tt music from all the German singing
societies of this city and Benson. WednfS
day' night the Orpheus Singing society will
' furnlHh the music, A big program Is booked
for" 'Thursday night, and on Friday night
the lodgea will hold forth aguln with an
exhibition drill by the South Side Turners.
Tho Saturday matinee will be free. Just to
give an Impulse to the big time Unit Is to
ho held Saturday night, which will be
Omaha night. The fulr will wind up Sun
day night wJUi another big program. . In
brief, '-the. programs lor .each, evening will
b worth attending, as a flrst class enter-
tulnment of music, social diversions, etc.,
will signalise each of them.
Incidentally. It la suggested that the
Palm garden be net neglected in your visit.
ns It Is one of the most thoroughly popular
resorts tf the fair.
BEFORE THE PEOPLE'S BAR
Haahfnl Boy Helped Over the Hard
Places by toe Police
Whra arraigned Monday morning before
the people s bar on the charge of drunk
enness and sleeping In the park. Barney
Myer was as bashful as a 2-year-old heifer
trying to "moo" for the flrst time, with
all the farm hands looking on. Myer
was bashful, which r.illing, the police Judge
tried to cover over by helping the prisoner
across the roxigii plar-cn.
"Myer, they say you were drunk and
then made your bed In one of the public
parks. What do you say to that?" ques
tioiK'd the police magistrate.
"Well, yer honor, I did take a few
drink und went oft watch. I sat out In
Jefferson square in the cool air, thinking
I V-siild sober up in a few. hours, but before-
1 knew It I fell asleep. My intentions
were honorable, judge. If my vigilance was
poos," remarked Myer.
The Judge discharged Myer and advised
Mm, to 'get In out of the cool air next
tltno. ' '
- 1 '
KvMonlly Charles Manning's appearance
In imlk'e court Monduy morning on the
charge of dHllylng long end late at the
rlirlne of Bacchus, was the first tirne the
7 Man had. been brought'before the people's
Varv When the name of Charles Manning
vi as railed by the court sergeant the pris
oner tripped out from the detention room
like -schoolboy going to spend a day at
h county fair. And when Manning was
tMonglit face to face with the police mag
istrate the prisoner took as much Interest
in the proceedings as a boy would In the
rirat Punch and Judy show he ever saw.
"What havu you got to say for your-'M-lf?"
qnerled the judge.
"It was thla way:. I live some miles out
in the country and was suffering Sunday
morning with a bad cold. My wife sug-rm-ted
J go to town and get a few hot
drops for that raid. Guess I took an over-loo-
ut the hot drops," explained Man
"lla home, my friend, and sin no more."
said Judge Berka, as he marked "dis
charged" on Manning ! complaint.
"Tu are -a just Judge,'1 rejoined Mun
."J out . to see the wheels go round" was
tho explanation offered Monday morning in
puMoe court In the testimony against Sher
man Richardson, charged with creating a
bolsteroua residence in the saloon of Frank
Raamuasen. S.W Cuming street. The ar
resting" officers, Patrolmen Dwyer and
sUiepherd, reported Richardson "raised a
rough house," which term, reduced to the
fractional terms of police parlance, means
Richardson moved the furniture of the sa
loon around with more violence, than is
4ul In' polite society.
sTen dollars and fifty cents more for the
school fund, and. more prune juice left.
BecauM thoy toMhX not agree on the sub
feet of why solid objects will fall to earth
bj- the force of gravitation, Levi KV8 and
, Harry Thomas, both colored, took the dl-
lemma by tho horns and foufchl It out.
K received an object lesson of the force
of gravitation by failing, to the ground with
j. i loved eye. when Thomas landed hla right
fUl on the .right optic of his adversary.
The fight wcvurryd at bieventn street and
4u aviiu. The men were charged
with drunkenness and disturbing the peace
by fighting. Thomaa pleaded rtttlty and
was sentenced twenty days. whw Keys,
with hla prominent eye, was discharged.
APPEAL TO PUBLIC CHARITY
Manager of Imasanael Hospital Calls
for t'aatrlantlon to Heln.
Along Its Good Work.
, . .
OMAHA, Nor. 25-To tV.e Kdltnr of The
Bee: Thanksgiving this year no doubt
finds America a great deal more really
prosperous than ever before and the people
of Omaha will probably' be glad to hear
that the Immanuel Deaconess Institute has
also to some extent been permitted to share
In this grat prosperity of our beloved
country. This Is true, particularly In refer
ence to our building operations.
Our Institution has In the last few years
spent about 11.000 In new buildings, and
that has been done very quietly, without
making much noise of It. either. About
four years ago we built an orphans' home
and parsonage at a cost of about $10,000.
The following year we built a boiler house
and laid In a great heating system, good
for the whole Institution and for ail the
future, at a cost of about the same amount.
Then last year we had to build an addition
to Immanuel hospital at a cost ot tlO.OM,
and now this year we have been compelled
to build a steam laundry and an addition
to our Sisters' home at a cost of 110,000.
All these additions and Improvements to
our Institution have been done the last four
years and at a total cost of about 140.000.
and yet most of the Omaha people have
not been asked to give a cent to It. But
now we are compelled to ask your assist
ance, as at the present time we are in
great need of at least $10,000. Of course,
we need and could moke the very best use
of a great d"nl more, but 10.000 at least wt
must have now at this Thanksgiving or
the coming Christmas.
But who will give it to us? Will not the
good people of Omaha help us to get It?
There are probably several Omaha men or
women who oi)t of their bounty could give
us this $10,000 without hurt to themselves,
and if we do get that sum from one Indi
vidual benefactor, we will thank God for
It. But If we get the same a amount In
smaller donations from a great number ot
people, we will be still more thankful only
we get all need, or at least $10,000.
In spite of our debts, building operations,
no endowments and our great poverty In
spite of everything our Institution has the
last few years been compelled to do about
one-fourth of Its work without cost to the
Inmates or patients as free and genuine
charity. As I know how the business men
are overrun by beggars, solicitors and all
kinds of "pet schemes," and as I also well
know that a genuine charity like the Im
manuel Deaconess' Institute and a hospital
like the Immanuel, conducted on the very
best principles and properly managed, do
serve the aid of the benevolent public more
than anything else, I cannot after thla
aguln engage in Individual and better so
liciting. This public appeal must suffice
nd It may also very likely be my last one
but I hope It will not be In vain.
Anyone desirous of knowing more fully
about this Institution, Ita .real character,
Its great need of endowments, etc.,
can easily Inform himself all he or she
wants to. If I can be of some assistance
In such a case I would be glad to do so.
But may It never be true, as ne of our
Omaha dalles lately said editorially, "Busi
ness absorbs us! We have no longer time
for fraternal sympathy with other people's
Struggles." E.- A. FOGELSTROM,
Hector Immanuel Deaconess' Institute and
Manager Immanuel Hospital.
HECKER AFRAID OF HIMSELF
Treasurer at Boyd Has n Double and
SuoVoirla Take Him for
Conrad Hecker. treasurer at the Boyd
theater, had a little experience Sunday
evening he Is still thinking about.
He was standing In the lobby of the
theater nn hour or two before the show
began, when" a striking blonde girl came
in and approached him, eyes sparkling and
lips running over with vocabulary.
"I've a big kick to put In." she,, began.
"I'm no knocker, but some of the girls In
this company are about the smallest, mean
est, shrimplest things that ever traveled
with a show. ' They steal your ribbons,
monkey with your makeup things and one
actually had the audnclty to borrow a new
Paris corset I just bought and never asking
my leave. I want to tell you. If this thins
keeps up I shall be forced to leave you.
It has been getting worse and worse ever
since we left New York. Now, you just-"
Mr. Hecker seized a portable display sign
and placed it between himself and the
chorus woman. Then he reinforced himself
with a bronchial troche.
"Who do you think you are talking to?"
he demanded. "I have had nothing to do
with any of your girls, so far as I know."
"Well, what do you look after as man
ager?" asked the girl in turn. "Mr. Corn
stock, It seems to me that a person In
charge of a production like "The School
Girl" would pay more attention to what is
going on In It,"
"Merciful heavens:" ejaculated Hecker;'
"I am not Comatock. I anl the treasurer
of this house. Won't you please go away
and tell your troubles to some one else?"
The girl looked at him closely. Hecker
showed her a mole under his right ear to
prove his Identity, alno a bunch of letters,
hla card case aiul a few other trifles.
Finally she admitted she was wrong, but
she insisted that Hecker Is the double of
the manager of the company.
Later in the evening others of the com
pany made the same mistake. Hecker Is
almost afraid to go near the theater while
the company is here. He doesn't know
what minute somebody ' will hand him a
bunch of money.
THIEF USES THE TELEPHONE
Man Knotted by Chief
me Who Works Homes
Chief of Police Donahue would warn citi
zens against a well-dressed colored man
who is reported as going around certain
resident portions of the city and gaining
entrance to homes on the pretext of using
telephones. The man's modus operandi Is
reported to be that of making a bluff at
speaking to someone over the telephone,
but in reality watching an opportunity to
steal. The chief has received a number of
reports about the man from citizens living
on South Twenty-sixth aud Twenty-elghth
HENNINGS OUT OKI NEW YEARS
Treaaarer WIU Sten
Tarn Over Ofttee to
City Treasurer Henninga will step down
and out of office as soon as the transfer
can be nmde to County Treasurer Fink,
who becomes treasurer fx -officio the first
of the year by the provisions of the eltt
LI4 Lifted at t. Joseph.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., Nov. 27. Tha
as lifted here tonitfht bv tha eiiv
passing ordinances providing lhut saloons
niay remain open Sundays, except between
the hours of : a. m. and 12. Jo p. m. Tho
mayor had vetoed the ordinance because
they are in defiance of the state la but
they were pasted over his veto. It la be
lieved the governor will endeavor to keep
the saloons closed Suuuays.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Mod Creek Sewer Constricdoi Become! a
GUY C. BARTON SERVES NOTICE ON CITY
las to Deride What Will Be
Done to Avoid amplica
tions Over InJonrtlon.
The construction of a sewer for the abate
ment of the Mud creek nuisance again
occupied considerable of the lime of the city
council at the meeting last night. A com
munication was read from Attorney V. A.
Ilrocan. who represented Guy. C. Barton
and others in the suits now pending In the
courts. Mr. Brogan writes:
By the terms of the decree It was pro
vided that the Injunction should tnke effect
April 1, ISOtt. Seven months of the stipu
lated period have passed and the city of
ftouth Omaha has taken no steps except to
refuse to construct a sewer and the lnlon
Stock Yards company has taken no action
except to request the city to build one. The
plaintiffs will vigorously resist any applica
tion to postpone the time when the injunc
tion shall take effect beyond April 1, unless
at the lime the application Is made work
has actually commenced on the construc
tion of a sewer or other suitable steps have
been commenced to abate the nuisance.
The communication was ordered placed on
file without any discussion whatever.
Then came the lengthy opinion of City
Attorney Lambert on the sewer questiou.
When this had been reud by the clerk,
Councilman Adklns suggested that a muss
meeting of titlxens be called for the pur
pose of discussing the question, as It was a
serious one. It was agreed that the mayor
call a mass meeting at such tin and place
as he may determine on later.
The Nebraska Telephone company was
given the contract for putting in first class
condition the city fire alarm system. Not
long ago the Fire and Police Commissioned
called the attention of the council to the
condition of the present system, which Is
worthless. In a proposition submitted the
Nebraska Telephone company agrees to
overhaul and put In flrst class condition the
present system and maintain It tor ISO a
month for iifteen alarm boxes, the contract
to run for five years. All new material
needed to repair the present system Is to
be paid for by the city. Immediate repairs
are to be made to these lines or boxes when
out of older and there is to be a daily In
spection of the system. Mayor Koutxky
and Clerk Gillln were directed to enter Into
this contract at once.
Councilman Kiewlt asserted that the Q
street viaduct was getting a little shaky
and he suggested that the city engineer
make a thorough inspection of the bridge
and report Its condition.
Registrars and cx-oftkio Judges, who
served at tlTo primaries on September 19,
were allowed $S for the sixteen hours work.
The clerk was Instructed to draw a warrant
for $J1S to pay these election officials.
Proiorty owners presented a petition
asserting that they had no objection to the
construction of a galvanised iron building
in the rear of 413 North Twenty-fourth
street for the use of the local Young Men's
Christian association. The petition was re
ferred to the city engineer to check up the
Complaint was made about the stock
yards dumping manuro at Thirty-fifth and
L streets and the council will Investigate.
Parks,. Johnson 4 Parks were allowed
$?,3S8 at the first estimate on the Twenty
fourth street paving.
An ordinance Was passed establishing the
curb lines on J street from Twenty-third
street west to Twenty-seventh.
Councilman Queenan brought up the ques
tion of publishing ordinances vacating
streets or alleys. Several ordinances re
cently passed were not published. These
will be printed In the official paper of the
city and In the future ordinances of a
similar nature will be published.
Five sidewalk ordinances were read for
the first time and sent to the Judiciary
committee, and the ordinance providing
lor the curbing and guttering of "Twenty
third street from A to Missouri avenue was
reported on favorably and read tho second
Three bids for the plumbing of the new
fire engine house were submitted and re
ferred to the committee on public buildings.
The finance committee was Instructed to
take up the matter of connecting the new
brick pavement on Twenty-fourth street
with the stone pavement laid by the street
car company. As this work Is now being
done the. connection Is faulty and cannot be
made right unless the brick pavement Is
laid fluBh with the street car tracks.
Adjourned for one week.
Many- Pledaes Secured.
Tp to last night $!H0 had been pledged to
ward the $2,800 that is to be raises) bv pop
ular subscription for the local Young Men's
Christian association. The canvassing com
menced only last Friday and the amount
pledged up to date Is considered satisfac
tory. Three days yet remain for the secur
ing of the amount needed. Seven commit
tees are at work soliciting subscriptions
and young men all over the city are being
appealed to for pledges. Those making
pledges are not required to pay the entire
amount at once. What is wanted is to se
cure enough money In sight to go ahead
and let the contracts for the gymnasium
building and to pay the cost of removal
from the present quarters to the new loca
tion at 41$ North Twenty-fourth street.
' Rain Mops Paving.
On account of tha rain work on the
Twenty-fourth street pavement stopped at
noon Monday. Large quantities ot ma
terial are on the ground and the change in
4 he weather at this time comes as a bit of
hard luck on the contractors. I'niess
A TRULY WONDERFUL REMEDY
The Sherman ft McConnell Drue; Co. of
this city are the agents for a remedy
which la remarkable in many respeuts,
inasmuch as that it Is a guaranteed cure
for Eiyspepsia, Heartburn Gastritis, or
any form of Stomach DlsorSei'. Its use
Insures perfect freedom from all distress
from the very first dost-, and a permanent
cure of ths most chronic cases In a short
This truly wonderful formula which
Is being sold under the name of the
G ROVER GRAHAM DT8PEP8IA REM
EDY was originally discovered by Pro
fessor McDerniott, one of the most cele
brated Specialists lo the treatment of all
Stomach Disorders ' that the world has
known. Prior to Its Introduction
America, ths cure of chronic dis
eases, due to an Impaired digestive sys
tem, were looked upon a practically lm
possible. Since, however. It has been of
fered for sale here, It has cured thousands
of cases which have resisted the skilled
efforts of the most noted physicians la
the United States.
The Sherman as McCounell Drug Co.
will be pleased to tell you of a number
of cases which have come under their
direct observation that have been cured
by this Remedy, which, to their knowledge,
had resisted all previous efforts.
Ask for a copy of "The Verdict." a
Journal devoted to the cure of all forms of
Stomach Disorders. A truly wooderful
booklet. Kre to all.
freesing weather sets In the work of laying
concrete can be resumed as soon as the
ground drle a little. In rase of a hard
freeie the roadway from F street south to
L street will be left In a very bad condi
tion. All other out-of-door work was slo
stopped st noon yesterday.
Mrs.' Polaley's Kanernl.
Funenil, services over the remains of M-.
V.. E. Polsley. who died suddenly of heart
failure Monday, will be held this afternoon
at $ 30 o'clot. These services will be lie!d
nt the family residence, ini" North Twenty
third street and Rev. R. L. Wheeler wi'l
YifTlclate. The remains will le forwarded to
Coin. !.. for Interment. Mrs. Polsley left
a husband and three children, two sons
and a daughter. Mr. Polsley Is connected
with, the .1. W. Smith commission firm nt
the exchsnge and Elgin Polsley Is emploved
at the Packers' National bank.
Death of Mrs. Anna Rork,
Mis. Anna M. Bock, wife of August IViek.
died on Sunday n'gtit at the South Omaha
hospital, where she had been taken for the
purpose of having an operation performed.
The attending physicians found her condi
tion too low to permit of an operation. She
"was !9 years of age at the time of her
death. The Rock family are well known
Germans and reside about six miles west
of South Omaha. The funeral Is to be held1 (
from the family residence at 2 o'clock
Wednesday nfternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bock
moved to Douglas county In 1881.
Workmen Entertain Tonlalit.
This evening the Ancient Order of I'nlted i
Workmen lodges In South Omaha will en
tertain the supreme master workman. Will
M. Narvls of Muscatine, la. Representa
tives of the DoukIhs county lodges will he
In attendance, as well as prominent mem
bers of the order out in the stnte. An In
teresting program has been prepnred for
the occasion and It Is expected that the
temple at Twenty-fifth and M streets will
be crowded. The event of 'the evening will
be the address of Mr. Narvls.
A reception committee nnd degree teams
will meet the supreme master workman st
Twenty-fourth and J streets st S o'clock
this evening nnd escort him to the temple.
Manaaer Hone Retires Temporarily.
R. C. Howe, general manager of the Ar
mour plant, has been confined to his home
In Omaha for about ten days on account of
illness. Monday afternoon t Mr. Howe's
physicians announced that he had been
working loo hard for a number of months
past and must retire from the active man
agement of the plant for a time. W. R.
Pierce of Chicago Is expected to arrive In a
day or two and nssmne the duties of a gen
eral manager while Mr. Howe recuperates,
lloldnp Season On, .
Within three days four holdups have been
reported to the police. Two occurred on
Friday evening and the others on Sunday
evening. The police are satisfied that In
Berry and Enrlght. both former convicts,
they have the men who held up a saloon
keeper and a drug clerk on Q street Friday
night. Two colored men are being hunted
now for the holdups on Sunday night.
Chief Brlggs has only half a dozen men on
beats nt nlghl and the territory off the
nialn thoroughfares Is left unguurded to a
great extent. More patrolmen are needed
for night duty, but the appropriation for
police purposes will not warrant the em
ployment of additional men atthls time.
Magle City Uoaslu.
Desk room for rent In Bee office, cltv hall
building. South Omaha.
The fiscal year of the T'nlon Stock Yards
company closes on November 30.
George Parks Is still nerlnoslv III at his
home. Twenty-fifth and D streets.
Miss Susie Cassidy has returned home
after a visit with friends at Gretna.
Police Judge P. J. King is hack on the
bench again after a two weeks' vacation.
There will be no market at the stock
yards on Thursday, but all live stock will
lie cared for.
On Friday evening the Rebekuh dearee
staff will give a mask ball ut Odd Fellows'
hall, Twehty-fourth and M streets,
St. Martin's auxiliary will meet at the
home of Mrs. A. T. Everett. 1010 Norlii
Twenty-first street, on Wednesday after
No complaint has beep filed yet against
Enrlght and Berry, the men suspected of
holding up a suloon and drug store on 4
street last Friday night. '
No arrangements huvo been made for the
funeral of Mrs. Grace Bradley, who died
Sunday evening at her home. Twenty-sixth
and Washington streets.
This evening Rev. and Mrs. W. D. Stam
baugh will celebrate - their sliver wedding
at the Ifler Methodist Episcopal church.
Fifteenth and Madlsun streets.
8. F. Brown, a pointer in the employ of
the Produce Shippers' Dispatch company,
was painfully burned on the face Monday
by the explosion of a gasoline torch. Brown
resides t Twelfth and 1 streets and Is get
ting along nicely. - (
HIGH PRICE PAID FOR RUM
Home Wrecked. Bnalness ana Henata.
tloa tione and victim
landed In Prison.
Wreck of a home, a heretofore good char
acter and present opportunity, was rep.
resented In the person of Fletcher Doty
when he faced Judge Day in the criminal j
orancn or the district court Monday morn
ing. The charge was forgery, with three
counts, committed while under the Influ
ence of liquor. Attorney Van Dueen, for
defendant, and County Attorney Slahaugli
both testified that until his present trouble
Doty had been a good citizen, had held re
sponsible positions and managed a business
of his own. They explained he ha wife
and child and was well connected all
around: that they could not account for
his fall except on the ground of intoxica
tion. Doty himself said to the court he had
been sick all summer, had become dlscoui
aged and despondent, wanted to get out of
town to rehabilitate himself, .but that he
had succumbed to drink, r.nd after thai
could not say what he had done. On Mie
advice of his attorney he threw himself on
the mercy of the court.
Judge Day gave Doty the minimum on
the charge of having forged the name of
James L. Boyle to a check for $11. to. He
will serve one year In the penitentiary. The
other charges against Doty were milled by
the county attorney.
H. L. Mcintosh, a South Omaha negrO,
pleaded guilty to assault and battery und
I was given ninety days. He shot and
wounded ohe R C. Morgan during an argu
ment, but as Morgan was alleged to have
been attacking and to- have bitten Mcin
tosh's thumb, the cour". was lenient.
Emll Synak pleaded guilty to stealing $U0
worth of copper wire from the electric light
company. Judge Day reserved sentence to
make an Investigation, as Synak Is but a
- W. I. McKlnnn.
ARAPAHOE. Neb., Nov. !i7 (8pecial Tel
egram.) Some ten days ago W. I. McKln
na, a prominent business man and esteemed
citizen of this' place, after several weeks
of sickness and when a difficult surgical
operation was necessary, was operated on
at St. Joseph's hospital at Omaha on last
Thursday. His family were notified today,
of his death. William I. McKinna has
been a resident of Arapahoe " for many
years and during his residence here occu
pied many positions of trust, school treas
urer, city treasurer and mayor.
occurs every day from cuts, Injuries, etc.
Stop bleeding and heal the wounds with
Buuklru'B Arnica Salve. 25c. For sale by
Sherman & McConncll Drug Co.
. A pretty home wedding was celebrated at
high noon Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. 11. S. Hollenbeck, 17 South 'sixteenth
street, the occasion being the marriage of
Miss I -a lira Hollenbeck to Hurdy B. Webb.
Judge C. M. Bachmann officiated. The bride
and groom are well known Omaha young
people. A wedding dinner was served Sun
day afternoon at the home of the bride's
John A. Kirkland of Omaha and Miss
Bailie Swart z of Falrbury were married by
by MIIUobs of Mothers for thetr (
TMthing far ornr Fifty Yuan, f
soothes the oh U1, softens ths
unit, all ar
all pain, nun wind aolio, ai4 Is
.in ir luruiirrwn.
rtJtTT.g'iTE cKirra a mottlx.
Daily Service Begins November 26
Fourth Season More Popular Each Year
Elevating every phase of modern train service. Most luxurious
equipment made. Buffet' Library Smoking Car; Rock Island Diner
(nothing finer); Drawing'Room and Observation Pullmans.
Barber, batli, daily papers, stock market reports, magazines,
Book ' lovers' Library, embossed writing paper and envelopes,
field glass and camp stools on observation platform? these are
some of the comforts for YOU.
Runs via Southern Route the warm winter way line of lowest
altitudes and easiest grades. Every mile is a mile away from winter.
MVs yoj plan your trip to California don't consider wholly the ob J en
tire point without regard to WAV. Your pleasure drprnds largely on the
journey, then-fore choose wisely. Takft Golden btate Limited over the Kork
Island's El Paao Short Line for the sake of the sumptuous train, for sake of
the picturesque route, for the aake of yoar own complete satisfaction.
Ileserre berths well in advance to Insure choice of space.
Beautifully Illustrated booklets of train, of trip and of California for the
F. P. RUTHERFORD, D. P. A.
Rev. E. R. Curry of Calvary Vtaptlst church
Saturday evening. The marriage ceremony
was performed at the nw home of the
newly married couple. f.Vlrt Paiker street.
In the presence of Immediate relaiixes.
ew Library for t atlfornln.
BERKELET. Cel.. Nov. ST. A board of
regents of the University of Cullfornla has
Just concluded the purchase of Bancroft
library. The purchase pi lee was $r?oot
Of this amount H. H. Bancroft donaied
IKio.noo. The ssle Was consummated on the
recommendation of Prof. Reuben Ooldzwth-
j waits, superintendent of the Wisconsin
State Historical library, who was retained
motnrr snouid be a source ot joy to all, out the guttering ana
danger incident to the ordeal makes itt anticipation one of misery.
Mother' Friend i the only remedy which relieve women of the great
pain and danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded a woman's ,
severe it trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided
by its ue. Those who ue this remedy are no longer despondent or
gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions art '
overcome, the system is made ready for the coming eveat, and the j
serious accidents so common to the critical ip
menu, "it is worm its weigra in
says many who have used it.
bottle at drug stores. Book containing
valuable information of interest to
be sent to any address free upon
BRADflElD REGULATOR QO
Voms0 irc Hsicili
If Vou aro Hot Satisfied.
Send rts $3.20 and we w ill ship you, in a plain sealed case with no
marks to show contents, FOUR FULL QUARTS of HAVNER PRIVATE
STOCK RYB or BOURBON, and .we will pay the express charges. Try
It, have your friends sample It, let your doctor test it In fact, test It any
way you like. If you don't find It all right and the purest and best
whiskey you ever tasted, then ship it back to us AT OUR EXPENSE and
your $3.20 will be promptly refunded. Isn't that a fair offer? YOU don't
risk a cent, and don't have to pay a cent if you don't keep the goods.
Remember that back of our offer is a company with a capital of $500,000.00
paid in full and the proud reputation of 39 years of continued success.
( United States Senate, Washington, D. C.
"I have found HAYNER WHIBKEY te be very pleasant and palat
able and possessed ef qualities that commend
, 1 . L. flail.
United States Senator from New York.
HAYNER WHISKEY goes straight to you from our dis
tillery, so that you are sure it's pure. You get it at the dis
tiller's price and save the dealers' big profits.
Orders for Ariz.. Cel.. Col.. Idaho. Mont.. Nev., N. Mexico, Ore., Utah,
Wash., or Wyo . mutt be on the basis ot 4 Quarts for Sje.OO by Express
Prepaid or SO quarto for sUSJiO by Freight Prepaid.
Write oar nearest office and do It NOW.
THE HAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
St. Louis, Ms. St. Paul, Minn. Xtlanta, a a. Dayton, O.
4401 DisnLLZiT, Tsor, O. Established, ISM.
'.RONE SuciigHLNCE jv;
A TWELVE MILUONRyVli ERR ELL-SOI
I PACKAGES LAST YEAR'. SOME
iJJNE WAS SATISFIED.
y the hoard to exsnilne Into the collecf.
srd arrralse It niai ketahle vain
Prof. Mxwtlin site reported that the
l,io:ny wrs worth $.'.io. exclusive of cer-
I tain VHluahle portion not Investigated.
o Kitrndltltin fur MeCnarfnn.
I.'JNImiN. Nov. j7. M iKlstrste Frnwlck
tixlay rcf'ieeil the iipplli-atlun of the
French authorities for the extradition of
Joseph T. McCaddon, the American show
m.in. on the ground that there was not
sufllii- nl tvhlcrre b hold him on either of
t!ic thre charges of violating the bank
mpK-y laws of France.
of her life. Becoming
all women, will
It for the table er sick room,
SYRACUSE, NEW YORK H
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