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TIIE OMAIIA DAILY BEV: TlKDNESDAY, MARCH 21.
TOM TOY DENIES TIIE CHARGE
Court House Janitor 8a ji He Did Hot Take
. Women in Building,
INVESTIGATION HELD IN OPEN SESSION
Arensed Wan tak4 I'vaiUr ( km
Asa I a at On of the Mea
. Who lie mf la Fighting-
Tom Toy, tin- courthouse Janitor who is
the object of accupntlnns by Superintendent
McCaffrey and Night Watchman Tom
Wheeler, WMit on tho witness stand before
tho county commissioners yesterday after
noon and entered a vigorous denial of tho
rharget. ' Tlvt toKtlrrtuny also brought out
tho fact that, hd employe nt the county Jnll
bored a hole ta the door of the engine room
'by means, of whlrh he might be able to see
what ws poing in within. This wan done
because the Jail employes charged the night
tire man was not keeping up the steam and
they wanted to find out whether he wan ut
tendlng toi business. , V
The . principal witness again Toy, was
Watchman Wheeler, who'sald he had Been
a woman In the eodrthouse some time after
h had let Toy in early on the morning of
,Krbruary S. Foreman Buel testified to see
ing the womsn rietwenrt the north steps, but
lie did not know whether eh had been in
the building or not.
The testimony brought out that there
was considerable Ill-feeling between Toy
and Wheeler at the time. Toy In his testi
mony said one pljfht last Bummer he had
aeen three drunken men lying asleep on
the floor of the very room In which the
commissioners were holding the Investiga
tion and hod found evidences that whisky
and liquors were' kept in the building. He
charged these things up to Wheeler.
After hearing the evidence the commis
sioners adjourned until .10 o'clock Wednes
day morning, when the Inquiry will be re
In vest Isratlan la Opened.
The Investigation was started Tuesday
morning by tho county commissioners at
a meeting of the committee of the whole.
The meeting wus called to eider by Chair
man Branlng and Mr. Solomon, chairman
of the committee on court house and Jail,
asked the clerk to road "this statement,
signed by. himself:
Aa chairman of the oourt house and Jail
committee I wish to make this state
ment: On February' 17, the day that the new
fHiperintendcnt of court house and Ja.ll waa
named, the present superintendent handed
to me the attached letter, with the re
mark, "Others hsve been knocking; I will
lo some ; knocking myself."
A few days after, in tho meeting of this
iwmrd as a whole, I asked tnat we go Into
executive :Hf.loii to consider the charge.
, One member objected. I then Introduced
a resolution . giving the superintendent of
court houiw anil Jull full power to hire and
dlHmlH Jiioltors. This was also objected
to by the same member. I do not believe
In nor do I think the people would want
n pnlillc binrtng of the charges preferred.
Tlmt Im the mason why the matter has
not been culled to tile attention of the
Ix.Hru publicly. T hsve no Interest In the
accused person, politically or. otherwise, ex
cept that I shall demand a square deal for
Mm Hud it chance to prove himself Inno
cent.' I think every One who knows rao
i. -cii that 1 would lx Just, whether in
cvcullve of open session..
We. w.ujt (he fullest Investigation of the
charges, but I want It In a wsy that our
wiw and daughters- will not read It. This
Is niv rtutv a I view It: but not. aa some
Krand Hand player would view it. I still
think, for the public good, these charges
should be heard In executive session. In
other words, wash, dirty linen in tha wood
shed. Tom Toy the Aceaeed.
The letter In which the' charge upon which
tho "Investigation la based waa alsa read
by the clerk. It ia signed by Superbv
tenfli nO.TiltTSfrfey'trh.a Thames an ae
niHatlon against Tom Tor, a. Janitor, arid
offered to substantiate tho charge.' .'
Aa soon aa the letter was read Mr. Solo
mon started something when be moved to
KO into executive' session, ituylagi it , won a
very serious thing to bring nuch a charge
Against j man with a family, and it should
bo fully investigated 'before being made
public. " ' ' . ' . ' '
"Toy canf go Into executive session If you
want to," said Mr. Ure. with some em
pilosis upon the "you. I will be here
when you come out."
Mr. Konnard said the charge waa too
eriouc to be investigated on tho quiet or
In executive session, where witnesses might
be coerced or an undue advantage taken of
them.' He said he thought the reporters
could be trusted to keep Improper things
out of the papers. It .was finally agreed
that while It should be an executive ses
sion, the reporters should be allowed to
" JCVV- thus modified the motion
paused. Solomon. Trslnor and Bruning vot
ing for an executive session and Vre and
Kennard .voting against It.
THESE ARE TIIE COATS THAT HAVE TIIE CALL
Ladies Smtrtly Tailored
; SPRING COVERT
These are certainly the niOHt
popular coats that have'Jy
come out in many seasons U
Such trim little effects hi(4j
the covert, box and polo'
shapes, stitched straps,
etc., are bound to be fetch
ing. These are tailored in
the most thor
ough manner, a
Wednesday, at . .
NEW SPUING CRAVENETTES
The Coat That Every Woman Likes It coverg everything,
protects against rain and dust alike. It is stylish and ex
tremely serviceable. What more could be asked of a coat.
A Hahlt Be Kaconrwe;ed.
The mother who has acquired tho habit
of keeping on hand a bottle- of Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy, saves herself a great
amount of uneasiness and anxiety. Coughs,
colds and croup, to which children are sua
ccptiblc, are quickly cured by Its use. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to re
ult In pneumonia and If given aa soon ai
the first-symptoms of croup appear, It will
prevent the attack. This remedy contains
nothing injurious and mothers give it to
little ones with a feeling of perfect security.
The following births snd deaths have
been reported to the Hoard of Health dur
ing the twenty-four hours ending at noon
1 nesxay :
Ulrihs John K. Kroupa, ICO Dorcas, girl;
John Oshnrn. Kmmet street, girl; J.
T. Vest, 71 Worth Thh-ty-secnnd. girl.
Deaths Curl Winer Turnqulst. Tmentv
1rt and Mandersun, 4: Carrie B. Wright.
eoutn rtitv-nrst, si.
Traffic la Hesamed.
JACKSON, Miss.. Marcn iO. Traffic VII
resumed on the main line of the Illinois
Central between Jackson and New Orleans
Clck People Heed Food
V - J
I indorsed by all Physicians an
hiuro's Pcrost Food
. Evr rv re ouircmmt o! nonrish
ment i contained in Ozomnlaion.
Strengthening Fats trom health-
rroducin? Cod Liver Oil and
Glvcerine, upbuilding and support
inr nerve tonics in the Hypophoi-
pbiles of Lime and Soda, and a
gentle blood punher in Uuaiacol,
which thoroughly cleanses the
body of disease-prodocing- poisons.
Nourishes the 8lck Back to
ErnefuNsl Results art Obtained after
ti e First Ioe.
1 rrr .t u ijt - and tS-aa. Bsnlcsi
tt 1 1TI111..4 it pnni4 u 7 Uuigaag ea nca.
a Fine BU, New Turk.
3 Extra. Special Linen Ba.rga.ins
Extra large 20c qual
ity bleached Turk
each, at. . .
30c and 35c quality
' h e m s 1 1 tched and
fringed, large size,
all linen Q
towels, ea. . . IOC
One lot of soiled 10c
and 15c Doylies and
all linen napkins,
New Lots of Laces I
erman Vals, brom mesh Vals, 5
her popular varieties of wash 5
- 1 '5
Next Friday Will Be Big Shoe Sale !
Fine French, English and Gennan Vals, brom mesh Vals,
mechhns, torchons and other popular varieties of wash
and trimming laces, fresh
and crisp, on bargain
squares and tables, at, yard.
Ladles Patent Leather and Vlcl-Kld Shoes Surplus stock
of Boston wholesale house, worth up to S2.50,
on sale FRIDAY, BASEMENT, at
See - Window
The Clock and the Key," by Arthur
Henry Vesey is a tale of a raystcrs con
nected with an old clock. The lover, an
American man of means. Is startled out
of his sensuous, inacUva lit in Venice by
his lady-love'e acorn for Ma indolence.
Bhe begs of him o perform any task that
will prove his persistence and worth. With
the charm of Venice as background, one
follows the adventures of the lover en
deavoring to read the pussllng hints of the
old clock as to . the whereabouts of the
famous Jewels of many centuries ago. After
following many false clues fhe lover ulti
mately solves the mysteryt trlumps over
his rivals and wins the girl. D. Apple ton
& Co. are the publishers.
The Unfolding of the Ages In tho Revela
tion of John," by Ford C. Ottman. is a. new
and modern application of tha symbolngy
of this confessedly intricate writing. The
book is premillenarlan In Its viewpoint,
though Dr. Ottman may be described As
of the younger generation of pastors and
has had the discipline of Princeton, Edin
burgh and Lelpslc. Tha volume is the
more valuable aa the Interpretation of a
man who does not cling to the word of the
scripture from prejudices instilled in his
youth, but because after long and thorough
study and Investigation he has become
firmly entrenched In his belief.
The book la sure to create discussion.
yet It Is Irenlc rather than polemic. The
book Is published by the Baker Ik Taylor
In his book. "Right and Wrong Thinking
and Their Results," Mr. v Aaron Martin
Crane has made a very striking and deep
presentation of the teachings of Jesus,
applying them With great Vwer and clear
ness to the scientific development and
thought of tha age. "
Although Mr. Crane may be a compara
tive atrangor to the editorial sanctum, for
years he has ranked among the leaders in
advanced thought, always standing for In
dependence and freedom In research nnd
Interpretation. - He has lectured before
learned professors who havo found his logic
unassailable and the practical application of
the principles he taught of immense ad
vantage; and the same truths presented
to thoae of narrower vision have been
stepping-stones to a happier, better life.
In the wide circle of his pupils und en
dorsers are some of the foremost thinkers,
writers, and religious teachers of the day.
His printed essays have attracted wide
attention and there has been a constant
demand for nib re extended work from his
pen. 1-othroo, tee at Shefierd company Is
the publishers. '
' "Business Philosophy," by Benjamin F.
Cobb, Is a book of sound common annhe
and practical suggestions of the sort that
men In business need and like. It Is not
mere theorising, but the result of wide
experience and ku outlook. . The author
takes up many important subjects con
nected with every-day buying and selling
credit, collections, office management,
huter writing, attention to UoUiil. adver
tising, the use of trading stampa. and
other matters of direct concern. A chsptor
is duvoteU to tubor unions. This "Philoso
phy" Is of Interest to both employer and
enipluye and will be found oue of the most
seualble srd helpful books Issued in some
lime. Thomas Y. Crowell & Co. Is the
The gih-er Pin." by Alfred Wilson-bar-rett.
ta the atary of a great London mur
der mystery. In which the hero 1 opposed
10 me raraous Scotland yard men. Ueorge
Gordon, who has bn following the for
tunes of war In South Africa, returns to
iunaon, ana tries to befriend , young
lady who la the supposed murderer of her
betrothed. This involves Mm In - one of
the deepest murder mysteries that ever
baffled the Scotland yard wen. ' . In the
opening chapter diaroveis the owner
of the B liver Pin and takes up her cause
in spite of circumstantial evidence agalnat
her. and finally runs down the real crlm
i inal. It Is a book which once started, you
will be sure to read to the very end. ..The
book is published by the SaalQeld com
pany. "Painter's Great Pedagogical Essays." by
F. V. N. Painter, A. M., P. D., professor In
Roanoke College, introduces the student to
the principal documents of educational his
tory from Plato to Spencer. . Every Im
portant phase of education receives cos
sideratlon. Selections from- twanty-slx of
the world's greateae educators are given,
prefaced in each. instance by a brief blog.
raphlral sketch. The book will meet the de
mand among students of educational his
tory for an acquaintance with the original
sources ojf information and will form an
acceptable, and useful volume supplement
ary to any standard history of education.
Published 4y the American Book Company.
"Pearson's Essentials of Latin for Be
ginners," by Henry C. Pearson. Is designed
to prepare pupils In a thorough fashion to
read Caesar's Gallic War. It contains
seventy lessons. Including ten that are de
voted exclusively to reading and six supple
mentary lessons. The vocubularles have
been carefully selected and contain, with
very few exceptions, only those words that
occur with the greatest frequency in
Gaesar's Gallic War. Published by the
American Book company.
"Dolly's Double," by Ethel Wood, is
a story for. girls. In this charming little
book, two girls. Dolly and Isabelle. have
such striking resemblance that they can
hardly be told apart. They are not sup
posed to be related, but tney live together,
and later, by the clearing up of a mystery,
It appears that they are really sisters.
Thej have lota of pleasant times and do
ings at the seaside, and the children will
enjoy the naturalness and vivacity of the
tale. The Lothrop, Lee & Shepard com
pany are the publishers.
"Folly," by Mies Edith Rickert, for sev
eral years Instructor In English at Vassar
and author of "The Reaper." Is a book In
which the background is colored by the
travels and life she has had, but a book
that is vital, thrilling and human.
"Folly" is a two-edged title the nick
name of the charming,. hlgh-splrlted woman
whose story Is told, snd the keynote of her
life s actions. The story of her marriage to
a well-to-do English squire, of her love for
that other man who was doomed to
short life, of elopement and its trials, and
finally of the struggles on what Miss Rick
ert calls "the footpathway," furnishes one
of the strongest, most absorbing stories of
. The self-love and selfishness of Folly, the
problems she met. her temptation and her
yielding, make a story of real life, and Its
handling Is such that It may be read with
the title in sight and not behind a news
paper. Published by the Baker V Taylor
company. , ...
The Boy and the Outlaw: a Tale of John
Brown s Ruid on Harper's Ferry." , by
Thomas J. L. McUanua, la a story which
every reader man, woman or child will
enjoy. Cluy Angel, a typical country boy,
anu inning mr an . education, cornea
acroas a wounded mulatto, one of John
Brown's band, hidden In some bushes
hich grow along the towpath of the canal,
Aitnougn at nrst much alarmed, while
talking with him ha becomes Interested in
the fugitive and decides, at gteat risk to
hliiisulf, to hide hUn from the officers of tho
law. The adventures of these two central
characters form the basis of the plat, but
from the point' of view of pure amusement
many of tha minor characters, such
Jtfolloy "the Irrepressible" and otter
"hands that work on the dam," ach one of
them a character atudy not to mention th
various typical old-fashioned negroes de
picted with a keen appreciation of their
little weakliest will be found aa Interest
ing at the two principals. Published by the
Uraftoii Press. .
"My lAiily Olancarty," by Mary liulay
Taylor, Is a rums nee of love and daring. In
which the action U swift, the characters
are individual, and the atmosphere and set
ting are well adapted to the theme. Lady
Ullsabetb Spencer, daughter of Lord Bun-
darlr.ad. and through bis sordid and ani
bttious mutlvvs marrkd at the e of U to
tinlTHER rORF.CAHT-Welsetisr, Fair ssd Warmer,
n www i r
SREEN TRACIK3 STAMPS EVERY TIME
i mm i
Ladies Dressy Silk Shirt Waist
In the New Check Effects and Plain
Plain ahades in Reseda, navy and black check effects in brown and
white, blue and white, black and white, green and whfte and red
and white waists are fancy tucked, skirts are circular trimmed
with tucks and folds very full and dressy 1 Cfl
all sizes price itJI
l.no UXIOX SUIT, 8o The Amazon Lady's Union Suit Jersey rib
bed, soft fleece lined medium and extra sizes reg- f O .
ular $1.50 value, Wednesday special, per suit OC
A UKEAT .OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE LADIES' AND
CHILDREN'S HOSE AT BARGAIN PRICES.'
Ladles' wool, fleece lined and plain Maco cotton, and Children's
heavy fleeced and plain Maco cotton, fine and heavy ribbed
warranted fast dye our 20c values
Wednesday, Special", at, per pair
...GREAT PUROHASE OF EMBROIDERIES.
Just received ( from one of the largest embroidery Importers, 3,000
yards of fine Corset Cover Embroideries, 18 and" 20 Inches wide, In
heavy eyelet work and fancy, dainty patterns, Swisses, Cambric and
Nainsooks worth to $1.00 a yard.
DIVIDED INTO FOLIC GREAT LOTS.
LOT 1 Worth 40c a yard
Special sale yard .
LOT 2 Worth 50c a yard '
Special sale yard ,
LOT, 3 Worth 75c a yard
Special sale yard . . . ., , ,f .-. .'
LOT; 4 Worth $1.00 a yard
Special Bale yard .....
WIDE EMBROIDERY INSERTIONS Among our big purchases, we
received 1,000 yards of wide embroidery insertions, 3 to 6 Inches
wide worth 35c to 60c a yard
Sale Price. Wednesday, a yard ............
SPECIAL SALE OF DRESS PERCALES.
200 pieces fine dress percales, in light and dark colors
very special, Wednesday, yard
60 pieces new dress sateens, very pretty style in light
and dark grounds Wednesday, special, a yard
SPECIAL TOWEL SALE 100 dozen very large buck towels.
soft finish,, regular 14c ones, Wednesday, only, each
WHITE INDIA LINON 200 pieces fine; white India llnon.
nice and sheer, worth 25c yard, Wednesday, a yard .....
s Bij Grocery
fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Fresh, crisp SARATOGA
CHIPS, quarter pound sack..
"" . CfclVED. "
Special Rale on One Thousand, usu
ally sell for about 10c each. An
.om.rlee, Wednesday; each.....'C
LETTUCa OMIONr RADISHES,
, ASPARAOUS-f . FRESH DAILY.
Large, Juicy, sweet Naval . on.
Oranges, dozen S5c and... sSUC
JOB,..TETLBT CO R INDIA AND
- CBTLON..TEAS. ,
POTTND CAN GREEN
And FUty Green Trading- Stamps.
HALF-POUND CAN SREEN 15
And 26 Green Trading- Stamps.
GREEN LABEL IOC
And Ten Green Trading . Stamps.
COFFEES ROASTED DAILY
Golden Santos Coffee, r
And Twenty Green Trading Stamps.
CHOCOLATE CREAMS, .
All Kinds 'Fresh, Salt and
Smoked Fish, From Colum
bia River Lake Superior
and The Atlantic Coast
Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Cod.
ALBA FLORA, a big 4 Inch,
strictly clear Havana cigar C
100 for $4.25.
EL RIGOPON an imported 10c
Panetelaa shape Cigar JC
4 for eWC
50 for $2.75.
HAVANA CIGAR CLIPPINGS,
And five green trading stamps.
Sole Ageals tor ;
the lion Clly
Laces and Lace
THE RELIABLE STORE
Save the 60 pe
cent rJafr by
Sew line jus
Sale of Boys9 and
Omaha mothers have pretty well learned that here they'll
And the most satlsf jlng variety of style, dependable fabrics
and the quality that s sure to give perfectly satisfactory
wear. Our special Wednesday offering are exceptionally
good values, the like of which Is found only at itayden's.
S,e them Wednesday.
BOYS' LONG PANTS Sl ITS-I,, double-breasted square
rut, or single-breasted round cut sack styles, newest fab
rics, In great variety of colors and patterns- n.
special sale price, $;.60 and .'..O.VlU
CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS - In double-breasted
and Norfolk styles; the nobbiest suits ever 4
shown In Omaha our special sale price, 1.J0 and.IOvl
CHILDREN'S KNEE PANTS SUITS AT W 6ft-The best
SJisortmnt of up-to-date styles, materials and patterns
ever shown at the price. Your sholce of Russian Blouse
Sailor, Eton, single or double-breasted Norfulk and many
other styles special sale price Wednes- - c t
Wool Dress Goods Sale
Greys at all prices from (2.50 per
yard down to
Batistes, the great spring- and summer fab
ric, at, yard, . from 11. M down e f k
FROM 2:30 TO 1:00 P. M.-We Will sell
Wm. F. Read's genuine Rainproof for
ladles' coats, the $1.75 and quality
only one coat ptlrn to a customer all
the newest spring shades to select Orr
from, at, yard VUt
lVi7e Goods Sale
The While Uoods season Is now here and we are well prepared for the occasion,
having purchased all our White Onods lait August
ix rersian Lawns, ai,
10c India Linons, at,
18c Longcloths, at,
2oc Nainsooks, at,
Xc Linen Finish, at,
l;c Linen Finish, at, oi
Ii'm.' Linen Finish, at, lOC
2Sc Mf.rcerized Wslstlngn, at, f C&r
We have the greatest line of high grade
Walstlngs ever shown In this town, ut,
yard, .'.art down 5QC
Interesting Wednesday Specials
In the Great Domestic Room
FROM TO 10 A. M.-We will sell genuine
KRI'IT OF THK LOOM HI.EACHKO
MUSLIN in remnants of from 2 to 10
yards for this hour at, Tg
yard J IC
FROM SI TO 4 P. M Dotted Dress
Kwlsses, In white or Muck, regulur l!5c
and 3&c yard values one dress pattern
to a customer at, et
yard ; "1.
FROM 10 A. M. TO 13 M.-We will sell
German Blue Calico, full width, good
patterns, from holt, worth 1ZV4C a yard
limit of 10 yards to a customer 'Tlrt
1 case of Persian Lawns, regular
15c quality, at,, yard
Omaha's Greatest Grocery Dept. Prices
21 pounds finest Pure Cane Granulated .
fl-round sacks very Fancy High Fstent
Minnesota Flour nothing finer for fnmily
use per sack $1.15
10 bars best brands laundry Soap 25c
lit pounds sacks best white or yellow corn-
I pounds best Breakfast Rolled Oatmeal. 26c
7 pounds best hand Picked Navy Heans.c
The best Pearl Tapioca, per pound nc
1 pounds Wheat Farina, Barley or Sago.2Sc
1- pound cans assorted Soups, one can
enough for six people 6c
Jell-O or Bromangelon. per package 7o
2- pound package Fruen's Wheat Wafers or
Xcelo, per package a THo
011 Sardines, per can 3c
The finest Tea Sittings, per pound 12c
Fancy Santos Coffee, pnr pound 1 15e
Fancy B. F. Japan or Sundrled Tea, per
OMAHA'S GREATEST FRE8H FRUIT
i heaping measures Fresh Roasted Pea
nuts for n
Fancy Fard Dates, per pound l"o
Fancy large. Juicy lemons, per dozen. ..12o
Fancy sweet. Juicy Highland . NavM
Oranges, per doK'n loo
Fancy California Figs, per package 3c
I-erge Ripe Hananss. per doien lOo
Fresh Lettuce, Onions, Radishes, Tur
nips, etc.. every day.
COMINO. COMINQ. ' COMING.
Another car of fanny Highland Navel
Orsnges for this week's sale. Watch the
Lord Clancsrty. makes the most charming
of heroines, and her nobility of character
and faithful love: are finely and tenderly
portrayed. The Illustrations are by Alice
Barber Stephens. Published by Little,
Far from the Maddening Girls," by Guy
Wetmore Carryl, is a witty tale recounting
the adventures In housekeeping and in
love of a self-satlsfltd young bachelor who
thought himself a great philosopher. One
of the most delightful bits of satirical fool
ing ever written. Published by McClure,
Phillips I Co. f
'The Sagebrush Parson," by A. B. Ward,
Is a strong western story, depicting trie in
conventlonul life lu the sagebrush wastes
of Nevada. The characters are aH, - dis
tinctively marked, the hero, Clement
Vaughn, an Englishman, being particularly
striking. Filled Willi a great enthusiasm
for suvtng souls, aughn works xealoubly
among the rough idlners of a little Nevada
town. ' The dunousment of the novel Is
vividly unfolded. The aunoaphere of the
sagebrush wastes permeates the story.
Published b Little, Brown & Co.
The above books at lowent retail prices.
Matthews, 1-3 Ho-oth Fifteenth street.
-i-L 1 M l N AT U M
Th rvmirkab) rrincdi-t art wed and eador4
bjr the hi Mhjic ta this city.
K-LIM I-lkO oTrwiur HakaM an 4
rhawt$ wiitoiMii auction orttiUUaiut .: n mall-m.
A )Im i-HD a u t cleaulog Ibe lauUuaoiu
vast rtMitsvia f iuis Uitf bUMMi stud laua rvi.oroa
Ue .irciiii kju.
K iln I km f ur 4 lirnlr fillaa.
Cla wiianui lt c(M.imud u Mio Uc lovf
are a aMnbi to ail thm Mi.-ted.
K-a.131 l l 4.tl ati mim la tfaa wont
tors af K hMiUM. !fcrilf I and arlat-lc-a
vttbuut iba w ul 4tlnu. MiiH-lue. L4Mi,
r SiarootKv laaay forv. K Mai-l aa-mai ari bjr
4tMiVlu tUm buLauut utai ai aeiillug In tft Jaiiisl
aj.fi iiut awa us-imag vata. A4v jvur irwKUL.
We tell all kinds of Supporters for
Men and Women S6 or 40 styles In
alL WRITE FOK CATALOGUE or
Shsrman & McConnsll Drug Co.,
. Cur. 16th and Dodge, Omaluu
'a ' iYffyrjQee aL.
804 irlii i iissl'mnaT
K.muim ta imm est Mlai win M
mum uaiuri rusctioat tht TUKa.
1M Me Kmsht-CripMr RaaM4j Ce..
Cslsnas Sfrlass, '
The new leathers and lasts shown In
nur street shoes this spring are certain
ly a splendid combination of taste and
utility. Gun Metal Calf, Chrome Call
and Gun Calf are among the best of
the dull leathers for street wear.
And our new St. Regis, Critics. Per
fects and Tramp lasts are very correct
for style and Just tight for comfort.
Bhlny leathers of all kinds on new and
correct lasts for both street and dress
$3.50, $4, $5.
FRY SHOE CO.
Wk aid Douflas Sfi
in ii, ii urn u 'lis .'"nw!gii.!iiiiuujij
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1517 Douglas St.
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Charles A. Potter
DepoetiuBta. Corrrepon(lenc, Uriel
Work and Special Reporting Gil Sftor
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acr o city's two tlaett boulevards,
coove&leut lo entire bukinebs center.
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djrrkt. ZsS rooms. IjO priv-ste baibs;
liuarions wrlt!n and recaption ro' n.;
woodwork mhioT tfcrou heat: bra .
beds sad all modem romloris: tcleohone
ta every room: brauilltri dlmos rooms
the bett ot sverytmu at aioueiaie pricaa.
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The FOiiten&lie Cliib.
To Be Voted For at Prlsale Twes.
day, aril 9, 1906 sk. sa.
to p. SB.
For Mayor, E. A. BENSON.
For City Clerk. SAM K. GREEKLBAF,
For City Comptroller,
JOHN N. . WESTBERG,
For City Attorney, JOHN P. B&EEN.
For Building Inspector,
JOHN IL BUTLER. ,
FOR CITY COUNCIL.
(To be voted for ta all wards.)
First Ward, E. A. WILLIS,
y Foreman Omaha Print-
' lug Company.
Second Ward, W. W. BINGHAM.
Third Ward, HENRY I. PLUMB.
Mgr. The Chatham.
Fourth Ward, JOHN A. SCOTT.
Agent Amee' EataXe.
Fifth Ward, L. E. LUCAS.
.flxth Ward, George L. Hurst.
eWventh Ward, C. 8. HAY WARD.
Hayward Bros. 8ho Co.
Eight Wsrd, C. J. ANDERSEN.
Ninth Ward, J. C. PEDERSEN.
Carriage and Wagon WkS.
Tenth Ward, GEORGE COTT.
Martln-Cott Hat Co.
Eleventb Ward, FRANK CRAWFORD
Twelfth Ward, D. A. N. CHASE. S'
Chase oc Co., Wholesale
Coffee, Tea and Bplces.
To the Hrsablless Voters of the City
You must decide whether you want
to elect or continue In office officials,
many of whom have demonstrated Uibir
entire Incompetency and servitude to the
publio service corporations, or whether you
will have honest and capable otMcials who
will represent all of the people at all times.
The above named candidates believe that
the city should own Its own government,
and they stand for
Equal taxation, economical and honest
expenditure of public money.
impartial enforcement of law.
An ample police force for protection ot
life and aroperty.
Clean streets and a CLEAN TOWN.
Public Improvements and city paving re
A wulvonte to capital and manufacturing
No graft or ring rule.
No gambling, law breaking or corpora
tlou control of elections.
No free Hunts, do free water and no free
telephones to city offlclajs.
No forms uf compacts between city offi
cials and public contructoit.
No more free franchises, and no giving
away of streets and alleys without sub
stantlal consideration to the city. '
Make up your mind what you want, and
vote at the primal ies tor the men who will
cany out your Ideas. Do not lose the force
of your conviction by voting for friends who
have mi chance to win. and thereby defeat
candidates who stand for the above prlnel
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