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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1906)
THK OMAHA DAILY HKK: TillKSDAY. MAIUII 2"J, 1SHK.
FLA wise UdCLE SAL! M5 BEFIDEBIES RAPIDLY BUT SAFELV ADVAQGIQ
Persecution by the criminal oil truit and their railroaj allies It driving
whole regiment to th support of our cause. Remittance' for stock and re
fined oil are pouring In from all over the United States. Lots of dealt are
belnp closed by wire. Total net talet for stock and oil the past week were
SZ7.610.00 f 13.310.00 of thlt wat cash and balance will be paid In on monthly
instal.ment. Besides 'this, thousands of new Investor are considering the
purchase ot Uncle Saoi (tick, and will likely do o during the next ten day.
Chance are a thousand to one that all the stock will be placed In the next 30
days, if not before. (letter help yourself and this orfanlratlon, too, by joining
our band today.
With the balance of the stock sold at preset prices will give the Uncle
Sam Company over (1400,000.00) four hundred thousand dollars yet to complete
Its great work. However, 1300,000.00 is all we need, leaving 1100,000 to handle
our rapidly growing business. Say what you may. go where you will, but vou
cannot find an investment in all the fair land of the United States that offers
vou as practical an Investment and one as certain of handsome return as
Uncle Sam stock. The stock is as good as gold, and is in great demand, a can
be proven by our books, and Is as sure to double up In value In the next 60 to
90 day as water finds Its level.
Company ha just closed deal for fifty-seven mile more of main trunk
pipe line, which win be delivered and completed during the next six week.
Thus every day the assets back of the stock are increasing, hence the vaiua
of the stock must and will greatly Increase. For more than one long year
this great, Independent Company has been hammering Its way through to sue
ce. Oil trust paid knockers and blackmailers have belittled it and prophe
sied failure and all manner of evil, but 1 Is for right and in time will win, and
although battle scarred, the Uncle Sam Company still in the ring, and has
today a following that all of the Influence of ail the dirty millions of the
criminal oil trust and their perjured hirelings cannot hinder or delay.
uxclb dam ntTixenr so. i compmctep and iv
This company It selling oil every day from th big
plant which ha been In successful operation for several
month, and being; operated night and day to keep up
with our rapidly stow In it oil sale.
ISI I R RAM RF.FINRF1Y NO. NKARINO COMPLETION.
On ths banks of the Missouri river by Atchison thsj
T'nrl Bam Company have is sores of ground on whlrh
they are erecting the largest rennery In the state. From
SO to tO men are now crowding this bit; rennery to com
I'letlon. Materlnl Is arriving every day.
VNCI B BAM RF.FINKRY NO. 1 V'NOKR CONSTRICTION
AT TI .., INDIAN TKRR1TORV.
From ths Arkansas river to the Missouri Is th lln-
WD of the fnrle Ham. with Its chain of three greet re
fineries under construction. Company has' twelve acres
and sixty-seven lota at Tulsa, and work has commenced
en foundations, and the first carload of material shipped
from the East. Pon't wait until all this great work la
completed, and then even expect to buy this stock at
three times th present selling price.
MAIN TRUNK PIPK LINK TO THK MISPOLRI RIVER
NKARUT HALF COMPLETED.
t.'ncl Ram Company will be Independent. Just a
matter of a few months until the company will have
this pip line completed, and over It w can transport
ml to navigable water at a savins; of over a half dollar
per barrel ahove freight rates. This savins; alone would
pay large interest on stock at present prices.
MHF.N TOI' HIV THIS STOCK YOU HF.CIRB AN IN
TKIIKST IN ALL THREW REFINERIES
AND THE PIPB LINE.
This rompanv already hss great assets hack of ths
stork, and Is Increasing them every day. When you buy
the stock you socure an Interest in all three refineries
and the pipe line. Sixty-four miles of this main trunk
line Is screwed tog-ether, ana nve miie more on im
ground, and all paid for.
WILL HAVE OYF.R FOl'H THOUSAND BARRELS DAILY
CAPACITY OVER THE PIPH LINE TO
Til K REFINERY.
I'ncl Horn Company la going Into the oil business
to stay. Just a matter of days until all three refineries
will he under full operation. There Is lots of gasoline
In the Bartlesvllle nil. Company will build a large pipe
line, one with a capacity of a little over 4.000 barrels
per day, and same can be Increased by increasing t lie
WILL RCll.D VP TO EIOHTEEN THOUSAND (18,000)
. RAHRELS CAPACITY
Few people reallie th magnitude of th Uncle Sam
chain of Three ttreat HeBaerlea and pipe Una. When
fully completed, will havs between 110 and 115 miles of
main trunk pipe line, wun me rmmriM cuiuyiTiea uy
to eighteen thousand (1.000) bsrrels per day. By that
time the slock vou can buy todsy for 1200 00 per 1,000
harea will Increase in solid value to at leaat 11.00 par
share, and possibly higher.
SIXTEEN LARGE DISTRIBUTING STATIONS AL
At the following big trsd centers In the Missouri
Talley Unel 3am Company has large refined storage
tanks on owned or leased greund. and at each place has
from one to two tank wagons:
Kaaaaa City St. Jeaeea
M Infield Ottawa
Wichita - Tnaekn
Th company has men running our own tank wagons
right now In all these cities except Kansas City and
Ottawa, which start this week.
CAN REACH OVER IN GOOD COUNTRY TOWN.
From th above mentioned trade centers Uncle Sam j
Company csn reach by wagon and short haul over one
hundred (100) smaller towns and hundreds of country
NO TROUBLE TO MARKET THE OIL AT RIG PROFITS.
People everywhere extend the Uncle Cam Company
the glad hand. No trouble to sell the oil. There sre over
FIVE HUNDRED MORE UIIOII TRADE CENTERS
In th Missouri vslley where people want Uncle Ssm oil.
With our chain of Three fireat HeSaerle completed.
Uncle Bam can and will aupply them. ,
OVF.R ONE HUNDRED MEN AND WOMEN CROWDING
From omce boy ta general manager, every department
of th Unci Sam Company understand Its work and Is
doing It. There is a regular force of over sixty people
steadily st work handling the great work ot th com
pany, while at present a force of from fifty to 100 extra
men are crowding the work on reflnerles and pipe line.
When you buy thla ktock you Join In a giant inde
pendent enterprise, one that Is growing stronger every
hour, and must eventually make the stock worth pur,
or 11.00 par abar
BOUND TO MAKE MONEY IF TOI SECURE PART OF
Wc aw a aar awn taak ears. Owa four complete drill
las rigs da aar own drtlllag at cost.
Owa sr' control all rights la aver thirty thousand
(SO.OOO) acres, and ararly one kaadred (100) arodncla
all 'rs. Some af theae wells are rrrogatsed aa the great
est producers la Kaaaaa-Terrltery ell Selda.
With aur pipe llae Mad river barge completed, w will
be abeelately ladeaeadeat af the all tmet aad their rail
read a Hire. v
WILL SECURE AND HOLD THE OIL TRADE OF THE
Men and woman all over th United State are fljht
Ing with all their might the aggression of the criminal
oil trust Uncle Sam Company Is th formidable foe
that all can rally with, and they are doing it. It takes
time to defeat every great evil. The day of th oil
trust' career of crime are numbered. Just a matter of
a few months until lncie nam company, o-cKea oy me
AT THE RATE THE STOCK IS bKLLING ALL WILL BIB I
TAKEN IN SIX WF.EKS.
NEXT QUOTATION MAT BR CENTS PER SHARE.
We can complete our great work by selling the s iocs: i aprlng to buy etO'k at j resent prices. Kemember tha
svery donar raieea goes o Duy vi" every minute, hour and day letters bringing cnecke an
uipment to make the very stock you drafts are being mailed from all over tha United Htatei
at present price. Every
lines and reflnerv eoulmn,
buv more valuable. For the past threa months remit
tancea have been steadily gaining until the last two
weeks have been record breakers.
THOUSANDS ARE FIGURING ON THE STOCK.
Ther are enough deals now pending to sell the bal
ance of the stock Ave times over. InveMnra realise the
price is right and see that Unci Sam will win th Any.
TELEGRAPH WIRES WILL BE TICKING ORDERS.
This announcement will be glad news to hundreds of
Investors who will be fclad that mi opportunity Is still
left for them to Join Our band at the old price.
hlle away your time thinking you will have alt
k at I resent prices. rtsmemner mai
r peep reallie tna magniiuaa oi iue v. nuiw i - - - -ki. -,, i v ;h- m-rw... an
f v... ... n.s.ri. and tlca Una Whan1 common people, will 6e aola to auppiy tne maraeis. ano
Of Three Great Henaerlea ana pipe line. v nan .,.. m k. ,.nhle in !) their nodi for averv
the oil trust will be unable to sell their goods, for every
loyal man and woman desplaea them, and will boycott
their stolen oils and th hirelings and agenta who handle
PEOPLE CONSIDER IT AN HONOR TO BE NUMBERED
WITH OUR BAND.
Our company now haa nearly seven thousand (7.000)
shareholders, representing avery state and territory In
the Union, also Old Mexico. Canada and several places
access the sea. I.arge numbers of these stockholders
are In Kansas. Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansaa. Nebraska.
Iowa and Illinois. In these states thie company will sell
ntnu These men have subscribed from 120. Ou to
11.000.00 out of principle and love for a square deal. We
pgva aa loyai a oanu ok ihiiuiii ni-u nu "vmci,
ever enlisted under any flag or fought for any cause.
They are working among their friends, they ar lnoreaa
in. thtr stack, and the daya are numbered that anyon
will be able to aecur th stock under a half dollar per
OUST THE OIL TRUST
Bvry day Justice Is making Inroads sgainst
th criminal trust. After all th delay known
and avery obstacle ' possible placed In Attorney
General lladlay'a way by th oil trust attorneya,
he ha Anally won and ha proven his case In
Missouri. Tha daya are now numbered that tha
oil truat can do business in Missouri. Thla leaves
an opening for the Independent refineries, for a
sQuaro deal Is all they need or have ever asked
for, and tlila they are entitled to. For tha paat
three month th Unci Bam Company hss crowded
work on th big river refinery, and haa addi
tional locations selected In th beet trad center of
Missouri, ready to run Unci Bam s refined oil into
the stat a quick a Keflnery No. 2 can be started
to supply ths trads. Just a matter of a few months
until all thla will be accomplished. On every hand
on can see th oil trust losing It criminal con
trol of th oil market. This gang of outlaws. Ilk
all others, hsv run their race, have reached th
senith of their power and are going down hill.
Ther ar great profits to be made in the refining
of oil on a legitimate basis. Uncle Sam Company
Is the only large enterprise In a position to step
In and teke'eare of the trade. Thla will be done;
our oil stations will aoon be all over Missouri and
our stock gon to par. Mlssourlans are backing
Uncle Sam. There ar over four hundred stock
holders in the state, and mor Joining every day.
One man near Jefferson City Invested 1600.00 last
Saturday In Uncle Sam etock, while some tlm
back a Mlssourlan took 30.000 shares at 15, (00.00.
Better follow their example.
NET SALES WILL GAIN THIS WEEK.
Vrnm telesrama and leltera received, w believe this
week's remittances In cash will run to over Twenty
Thousand Dollars (120,000.00). They ran IIS. 410.00 two
weeks ago and I1J.S20.00 last week wun nunareos ot in
qulrers who will remit this week
HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF.
The very fsct that thousands of people ar backing
this e-reat indenenoent ernei-prine ana umi iiu, nun
over one year of abuse and blackmail, with every'dlf
flculty possible thrown against It; with perjurer travel
ing over the countrr belittling Ha motives and purposes,
and now that the lie has been riven to the whole gang
and th oil trust recognises that It is a real foe ana
.ft., tne treita or th Missouri vallev more deter
mined than ever, people will make a rush fer the Kalanca
of the stock and thereby make It possible for us to com
plete our great work -wunoui rurinor aeiay.
THIS ANNOUNCEMENT WILL BE READ BY OVER
TWENTY MILLION PEOPLE.
Uncle Sam Company has a low rate with th newsps
ers because ths press of the land are with us In the
slit for a square deal In the nil fields and this announce
ment will appear In the leading Influential newspapers
from the Atlantic to the pacific and from Canana to Msx
Ico, and you need not be surprise,!' to see the stock all
sold or advanced to SO cents per share before you see an
WILL COMMENCE PAYING DIVIDENDS JUNE S. ISO.
Aa before atated Die comnanv haa ens arraat refinery
In aucoesaful operation at Cherryvale. Thla rennery Is
making big money for the company. Earnings from this
rennery are now being set aside to par th June 14 div
idend, it on rennery can earn a aiviaena on mis siock
what will two more Iarg one dsT
INVEST YOUR MONEY WITH THOSE WHO SUCCEED.
Ons success generally follows another success. Uncle
Sam Company la not yet fully started but In due time
will have all three of th refineries running to their full
WRITE FOR PICTURES AND FURTHER INFORMATION
Address a letter or postal card to Th Uncle Sam Oil
Company, Cherryvale. Kss. and the management will be
more than glad to send you seversl pictures and other
Items of Interest.
Montgomery County National Bank, Tbs People's Na
tional Dank, Cherryvale State Bank, all of Cherryvale,
Kss ; or to T. R. Clendenln. president Committee of Forty,
Atchison. Kas ; or to William Stryker, editor of The Pern
ocrat, Tulsa, O. T. Dun and Bradytreet both glv the com
DONT BE FOOLED BY SKIN GAME BROKERS.
For several months there has been a system of black
mall against the Uncle Sam Company. Certain hirelings
of the oil trust have secured cut-rate advertisements on
Uncle Sam stock snd sneaked them Into soma of tne
large newspapers. These parties have no stock and when
Investor run them down or send ttwm money tnev gen
erally loss It or hare trouble. Borne of these notices
have the address of Cherryvale, when th facta ar (hat
not a slngj share or legitimate stock can be bought un
der the market rrlc The thieving oil trust Is resource
ful and there are a few people ready to do their bidding
and a few of these traitors, sorry to say, can even ue
found In Kansas, but tha tlm It coming when th stat
will not harbor these enemies of home Industries. When
you want stock remit direct to the company and you will
receive same promptly and your money will go at once
to buy more pip llni and refinery equipment and mak
th very stock you buy mor valuable.
HOW TO SEND MONEY.
Remit by draft, check, express or postofnee money
order made payable to The t nele earn Oil Company and
your stock win ne sent to you promptly oy return reg
COMPANY' WILL SELL STOCK AT THE OLD PRICES
MONTHLY PAYMENT OFFER.
In order that men of limited means may be able t
aerure part of this valuable stock before an advance
which Is sure to come soon, the company In addition ta
offering ita treasury stork at the above cash prices wlil
sew on the Installment plan as ronows:
100 shares, II 00 ctsh and six equal monthly pay
ments of I! 00.
IB4 sharea, 7.6 cssh snd six equal niontfelv pay
ments of IMS.
100 shares, tit. OA sh ami six equal monthly pay
ments ef IIS. 00.
1.000 sheree fs.0.00 cash snd iiitlt')l Inonthlv pay
ments of 130.00.
e.Oftf shares. $150 cash and six equal mouthlv ay
ments bf 11.0 00.
Company will sell 15.000 shares to one man at II '
SPECIAL MONTHLY PATMTRNT OFFER.
company win sell is. on snare to on man on
monthly tiyments tor SS00 check or draft down ana
balanc 1400 per month for six months.
PAT NO ATTENTION TO OIL TRUST FAKE STORIES.
Every day the oil trust through their different de
ceitful channels try to spring something new against tne
Uncle Sam Company In the hope of acarlng investors
against their true Interest. The oil trust knows that
If ths money keeps coming for Uncle Pam stock that our
pipe line will be built, refineries completed and the
company made Independent. These persecutions and lies
generally react in our favor and don't let tnem fool yon
while wiser Investors secure the stock you want.
OVER geee.Oee CASH ALREADY PAID IN.
It will be but a matter of a few days until the llair
Million Dollar mark for The Untie bam Company will
be reached. Thla amount of money bucked bv nearly
seven thousand stockholders and their friends means a
power fer auccess. A great aeal af thla snaaey haa beea
iaveated where It haa lacreaaed arerold la valae aad la
ONE MILLION DOLLARS CASH AND TUX THOUSAND
Will be back of this company Inside of four months.
With three great refineries, nearly three hundred miles
main trunk and lateral pipe Una and close to one hun
dred and fifty distributing stations In the Missouri Vai
ley, will be our line-up. By that time this stock win
be considerably past 11.00 per share. Better buy ours
The charter ,name ef this company Is "The Uncle Sam
Oil Company." Authorised capitalisation Is ten million
dollars. Par value of the stock la 11.00 per share. Stock
Is non-assessable, and there Is no personal llablllt.
Every share of ths stock drsws the same amount of div
idends aa any other ahare. All th stock has been sold
for cash or Its equal from the start. The men at th
helm of this company are the same now as on the atari.
The old guard are atlll In the traces. We have great
faith In the bright future of the company, and the atock
offered herein we honestly believe will pay everyone
handaome returns who buys st the present price. Ther
Is a chance that the stock will Increase In aolid values
to at least It 00 per share, while, on the ether hand, it
It even goes to tl.00 per share. It will beat t per rent
ef the Investments offered In the United Statea. How
ever, back of all this, every man who Joint us. ss before
stated, helps a good cause. We solicit you In good faith
to Invest with us, but you should Send draft or check
by return mall to make sure of securing atock at price
For further Information, write or xrirt
THE UNCLE SAM OIL COMPANY
ar H. H. TUCKERj JR., Sew. Cherryr!, Kas.
GOSSIP OF THE POLITICIANS
Time for Withdrawals from Primary Ticket
- Expired, gays Bill Xlbourn. ' . c
EVANS EXPLAINS ANIMUS OF GATHERS
Viatel Ward Councilman Hays Fonts,
nelle's protest on Him la Baaed
- on Personal Difference
John T. Cat hers discharged Ills other
barrel Tuesday by filing a protest with the
city clerk objecting to the name of Coun
cilman E. O. Evans of ths Sixth ward
going on th ballot upon the theory that
Evans la not a realty owner and that this
d) qualifies him as a candidate for nomina
tion. The city clerk has sot a hearing
on the protest for Thursday morning at
10 o'clock, whHl nil concerned will be notl
rted to bo prescni and give evidence and
Interpret the law..
Councilman 1". Ii. Kvaua uf the Sixth
Ward save he think.' John T. fathers' pro
test to allowing his name on the primary
ballot as a coundliuanlc. candidate la In
spired by a personal altercation he had
with C'ethere on a down-town street corner
bout a year ago. Gathers bases his ob
W v. That
Man young woman is wearing
prematurely old look through de
fective tyenifht. lWtter call aul
We are exelimlve makers uf
Iietfo Torie and "Kant
eum" x Invisible Bifocal
lenses. About half the price
of imilar lenses.
IIITESON OPTICAL CO.
213 South 16th Street.
Factory on Uie Premie e.
jectlons on the statement that Kvans does
not own realty In tho city. Kvans asserts
tiiat ho haa owned property here fifteen
years and still does. City Clerk El bourn
haa set a hearing on the case for Thurs
day hiorntjig at 10 o'clock in his offVo.
Evans says the protest cannot be niado to
A second session of the secret Uenson
meeting ,waa held In the Omaha Commer
cial College building Tuesday night. After
a discussion, terminating about 11 o'clock,
It was decided to endorse an entire munici
pal slate In addition to Benson. The com
mittee, of which Howard II. Baldrige was
chairman, reported In favor of endorsing
a complete elite, but Mr. Bnldrige him
self was opnWd to it, although not
present. A row was precipitated because
certain persons present wanted to endorse
the Fontanelle ticket from top to bottom.
Several warm and pithy speeches on this
plan of action were made. The matter of
picking out the elate finally was put In
the hands of a new special committee,
headed by John L.. McCague, and of which
County Commissioner I're Is a member.
This committee Is to make a report Satur
day night, when a third star chamber
seseion will bo held. More clergymen at
tended the meeting last night than they
did the one before, fully a dosen being re
ported present. These Included Rev. 8. D.
Dutcher of th First Christian church, Rev,
E. Comble Rmlth of the First Methodist
church. Rev. J. W. Conlcy of ties First
rtaptlst and Rev. H. C. Herring of the
First Congregational. C. F. Harrison again
presided and Arthur Chase acted as sec
For some reason Industrious efforts are
being made In the Rroatch headquarters to
circulate aa strongly as possible an alleged
tip that the supreme court will hand down
a decision this week holding against the
merger of the city and county treasury and
tax departmenta and against the division
of the city into twelve from nine wards. In
thla contingency, It Is pointed out that the
offices of city treasurer and tax comtni
sinner -will have to be filled and the coun
cilmans seats from the Tenth, Eleventh
and Twelfth wards will go to th sera
heap. What purpose this kind of talk can
serve to the Broatch campaign la not niol
Geo. D. Rice
ef Hald Rica, Coal Dealer.
Board of Kducauoo tor Mat 1 ) ears
The Colored Republican league will hold
a big meeting In Washington hall Thurs
day night. Dr. M. O. Rlcketts, formerly
of Omaha, but now of Bt. Joseph, will
make one of the principal addresses. Music
will be furnished by a colored band and
quartet. A number of the republican can
didates will make addresses.
JAQC1T1I AND M'VANN TOUTED
Each Mentioned aa Suocessor to Secretary
Merchant of Grain Exchange-.
meeting hits Increased In corresponding
ratios," ?ald Rev. Mr. MoQregor.
The way some of the negroes brought
up to the city clerk's office by Broatch'
Third ward lieutenants for special registra
tion actd when questious about their resi
dence were put to them Tuesday, while
swearing- to give true inforniHtion, hua
created a suspicion that their records need
looking up. Borne of them had to be posted
openly as to their street numbers. This
looked lad to the clerks and was freely
commented upon. Managers of the opposi
tion campaigns have arranged to investi
gate tha facts Carefully and If evidence
Is found of colonisation ther will be some
thing spectacular doing.
NO IMMEDIATE SELECTION PROBABLE
Some Differences Rxlat In Kxchange
aa to Man for Place and
Wattlea' Retarn la
Two candidates are prominently men
tioned on the floor of the Grain exchange
Wednesday for the exchange secretaryship.
They are A. B. Jaqulth and K. J. McVanu.
Mr. Jaqulth Is president of the Exchange
Grain company and haa been in the grain
business practically all hlB life. Ho Is
known as a lighter and his friends con
sider him e i experienced rate man, even
though he has never been in railroad em
ploy, it is understood a number of them
v. II endeavor to secure his consent to
take the secretaryship if. elected, and will
push his claims. In talking to a reporter
for The Bee Mr. Jaqulth would not say
whether the yosltlon would be acceptable
"No one has asked me yet If I will be
come secretary and, of course. I have
nothing to say," he remarked.
The other plan la to get Mr. McVann to
assume the duties of the secretary .of the
exchange In connection with his duties as
commissioner of the Commercial club, re
lieving him of office management In both
organizations, and leaving him free to at
tend to matters of transportation, both for
the exchange and the Huh. In carrying
out this plan, those who advocate It admit
there will bo considerable difficulty, for
they have to consult the wishes of both
Mr. McVann and the Commercial club, and
there, Is a strong probability the latter
will not agree If tha former does, on the
ground that the handling of rates Is onlv
a part of the duties of commissioner and
the general affairs uf the club and Omaha's
manufacturing Intervals should be looked
after by a capable mnn.
McVann Conanlta Merchant.
Friends of Mr. McVann In the Grain ex
change have been sounding him as to his
attitude in case the matter were presented
ta the club. He held a long conference
with (Secretary Merchant, in the latter s
office Wednesday morning.
rrobably nothing will be done towards
choosing Mr. Merchant's successor until
the return of President b, XV. Wattles, who
Is now in California, and does not expe-.'t
to be In Omaha until Anrll 10. ,
The resignation of Mr. Merchant opens
up the poaaibtlity of a very warm right. As
long as the line elevator companies work
in unison, there la but little doubt they
could elect any secretary they wanted, but
lately, growing out of the Milwaukee's ex
port rate, the Jealousy between them has
been growing and the uituation Is uncer
tain. Thla la one reason for waiting until
the return of Mr. Wattles, for It Is thought
he can act as a bulance.
NO ONE LIKELY TO BE HUNG
Reeult nf Court rlnaw'Iaeatla;atln
Thought, No jo" Involve
The taking of testimony In the court
house Investigation' by the county com
missioner was finixhed Wednesday about
noon and the comiulsisoners adjourned
until Sautrday, when tney will render a
written decision. - Some ' discussion as to
what this decision would be was indulged
In before sojournment, but no statement
was authorised. It was' generally agreed
that the evidence was not sufficient tu at
tach any spei ltic blamo to any employe
about the building.
The hearing brought out the fact there
Is considerable internal dissension among
the Janitors and firemen and this is he.
lieved to have had considerable to do
with the tiling of the charges.
OFFICERS FCR PRIMARIES
Reglslrara to He Selected by onnell
to Fill Vacanclea In the
The city council wilt hold an adjourned
meeting at 11 o'clock Thursday morning to
fill vacancies In the lists ot registrars, who
will act as Judges at the primary election,
and to appoint two clerks for each pre
cinct to serve for the occasion. The coun
cllinen asked for two or three days to re
vise the lists In their respective wards, but
Ihink they can have them lined up In good
shape by Thursday. City Clerk Elbourn
has announced that he has made alt the
arrangements for renting the polling
DIAMONDS Edholm, ISth and Harney.
The following marriage licenses liar
Name and Residence. Age
Peter W. Ewtng. Waco s4
Maggie McCracken. Bentonpoit. la j
Charles A. Salter, Omaha hi
Adtlie O. Pariish, Omaha 3d
) seed by llnoas ef Mothers
0"Uda teaUilua tor oex FlfljrY
Ul euiea wtti eji&
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NEW BUILDINGAN IMPETUS
loath Tenia Street , Met hud 1st Charrh
Makea Blar tirowtk In All
Rev. D. W. McGregor. - pastor of the
South Tenth Street Methodist church, re
ports a genuine revival among 1,1s people
on the eve of the occupency of the new
building, the first servtcea in which mill
be held Sunday, April i, when Dr. J. W.
Powell of Buffalo will preach.
According to the pastor, within the last
week the membership of the Ladles' Aid
society has increaeed from twenty-five to
alxty; the Sunday school froi:t 10 to 110;
the Epworth league thirty new members,
and the Junior Kpworth league twenty
"Ami Ui efauctai altcudauva l ail Uie
Treating Wrong Disease.
Many times women call on their family
physicians, suffering, aa they Imagine,
one from dyspepsia, another from heart
disease, another from liver or kidney
disease, another from nervous eihausiion
or prostration, another with pain here and
there, and in this way they all present
alike to themselves and their easy-going
Hud Indifferent, or over-busy doctor, sep
arate and dlstl uct diseases, for which he,
assuming them to be such, prescribes bid
pills and potions. In reality, they are all
only tvnivumn caused by some uterine
disease. The physician, ignorant of the
cause' of suffering, encourage this prac
tice until large bills are made. The suf
fering patieuigel no bettor, but probably
worse, by reaaou of the delay, wrong
treatment and consequent complications.
A proper medicine like Dr. Pierce's Fa
vorite Prescription, direciorf to the route
would have entirely removed the disease,
thereby dispelling ail ihoNc distressing
symptom, and instiliiutig comfort in
stead of prolonged misery. 'It baa Uuen
well said, that dl.seaae known is half
In. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is a
scientific medicine, carefully devised bf
an experienced and skillful physician,
and adapted W woman's delicate system.
It is made of native medicinal roots and
Is perfectly harmless in its e Hoc is m any
onndtliun of the ytem.
As a powerful invigorating tonic 'Fa
vorite Prescription " Imparts strength to
the whole system and to the organ dis
tinctly feminine in particular, f or over
worked, "worn-out," 'run-down." debili
tated teachers, milliners, dressmaker,
eanistrepej, "shop girls." house-keepers,
nursing mother, ano feeble women gen
erally, l)r. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
la the greatest earthly Ision. bciug un
equaied a an appetizing ccvdial and re
As a soothing and strengthening nerv
ine Favorite Prescription Is unequaled
and is Invaluable in allaying and sub
duing nervous excitability, irritability,
nervous ei ha ustion, nervous proelralion.
neuralgia, hysieria. spasms, chorea. .Sk
Vitus' dance, and other distressing, ncrv
ous symptoms commonly attendant upon
f nncU'Hiul and organic discse of the
titern. It induce refreshing sleep and
relieves uvtnta! anxiety mid despondency.
Dr. Pierce Pleunt Pellets Invigorate
the siooiarh, liver and hoaels. One vo
three a finea. k aaV to la aa candy.
TWO HARRIMAN BUILDINGS
New Commissary Depot and Blacksmith
Shop for Union Pacific
BOTH STRUCTURES TO GO UP SOON
Mora- Hooae Will Consist of Fonr
Stories and Haaement and .Be
Hundred and Slaty
Plans have been prepared for th Union
Pacinc railroad by Architect K. W. Clarke
for the construetlon of a large commissary
house on the ground of the company west
of the I'nlon station and near the Eleventh
street viaduct. The present quarters,
owned by Joseph Barker, are entirely In
adequate, and the company has been forced
by necesslta; to build more coiimodious
quarters. The building will be four atories
and a basement high, 160 feet Ion?, twice
as long as it is wide. It will be used as a
supply house for the dining car service
and also for supplies for the eating houses
of the system. Dining cars and private
cars are now supplied at the commissary
at Ninth and Jones streets. Here fresh
produce Is bought, and several cars of
produce, bought in the Omaha markets, ar
sent over the line to supply the eating
houses. The plans have been approved
by Mr. Mohler, general manager of the
I'nlon Paclc, and have been sent to New
York for final approval.
The two lower floors and basement will
be used for the commissary and the two
upper floors for the division headquarters,
which will be transferred from the freight
depot, where they are now located.
New Blacksmith Shop.
The Union Paciflo Wednesday morning
secured a permit from the city for tha
construction of a new brick blacksmith
shop on the general shop grounds to oust
r,000. The building will be one-story high,
but 276 feet long and 90 feet wide, and will
he equipped. It Is said, with about $75,000
worth of new machinery and tools. This
is the building which General Manager
Mohler announced last fall would be built
this spring-. . .
The Conservntive Savings vnd Loan as
sociation's plans for Its new i,0u0 building
at 1614 Harney street show an unusually
ornamental and elaborate front of brick
and stone. Fisher & Ijtwrte are the archi
tects. The building will be two stories
with a banement, 33 feet wide and VJi feet
long. Excavations were made last fall
and construction will begin at once, a per
mit having been secured.
summer to fill the sixty-six feet between
the garage and the Davldge block, and
now the latter Is to be Increased In height.
ORCHARD-WILHELM TO GIVE
Farnltnre Firm Will Make Liberal
Donation to Y. W. C. A.
A gratifying proposition came to building
headquarters of the Young Women's
Christian association Wednesday from the
Orchard & Wllhelm Co. to donate 10 per
cent of the entire sales of their store
March 30 and 31 to the association build
ing fund. A guarantee will tie made of a
sum not yet named, but it Is understood
that It will be a generous amount, and
If the sales for two days exceed that sum
the association will fare that much better.
A Habit t Be Eaeoaraged.
Th mother vho has acquired the habit
of keeping on hand a bott'.o of Chamber
lain Cough Remedy, saves herself a great
amount of uneasiness and anxiety. Coughs,
colds and croup, to which children are sus
ceptible, are quickly cured by Its use. It
counteracts any tendency of a cold to re
sult in pheumonla and If given as soon as
th 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.
J. C. Haines, prominently Identified with
mercantile Interests In the Black Hills
country, whose home Is at Rapid City, Is
sn Omaha visitor, stopping at th Hen
shaw. Mrs. Bertha Cohn has received word
from her son, Harry Cohn, In Alaska,
that he will accompany to York, Neb.,
tha body of Fred Harlan, son of Judge
Harlan. The young man died In Alaska.
Mr. Cohn will sail about April 1.
Railway Notes and Feraonala.
H. J. Phrlpa, division pasnenger agent
of the Illinois Central at Dubuque, is in
F. M. Parsons, assistant superintendent
of telegraph of the Illinois Central, la in
Two families of Quakers attracted con
siderable attention at the I'nlon station
Wednesday morning in their queer hats
and bonnets. They were enroute from
Jopltn, Mn.. to Butte. Mont.
The Illinois Central hss announced the
low laborers' rates between Omaha and
Chicago and Minneapolis and tit. Paul
which the Great Western put Into effeot
Monday. These rates are expected to briny
a large number of laborers to Omaha fron
the north and east, many being needed oi
tha large buildings now in course of erec
Hon and to be constructed this spring.
CHIEF WANTS A WORKHOUSE
Donahue ii Convinoed Omaha Would Profit
by Such an' Adjunct, "
VISITS . KANSAS CITY'S INSTITUTION
Meed of Thla Kind of Plaee In.
Omaha. He Kay a, la Daily Dem
onstrated ta Folic
Chief of Police Donahue is thoroughly In
sympathy with the movement to establlsn
a workhouse In Omaha. During his receive
trip to Hot Springs, Ark., and other points
the chief visaed the workhouse at Kansas
City and received some pointers as to how
the idle i less Is dealt with at Kawvtlle.
"Omaha needs a workhouse. That fact
has been and is being demonstrated here
every day.," remarked the chief. "Before
going Into the matter any further I would
suggest the city council appoint a oommlt-
lee ui two ur wire mnn iu vibii. a nuraoir
of cities where the workhouse problem haa
been successfully solved and then make
a report on their findings. There must bo
some definite plan on which to work, j
the workhouse proposition is no simple
"At Kansas City, where I visited the
workhouse, the authorities ars fortunat lit
having a stone quarry near the city. The
workhouse Is at the quarry and from
to 260 prisoners are there all the time
quarrying the rock and breaking It tip lit
sixes to suit demands. Just what simple
Industry might be adopted here Is a ques
tion In my mind. In some cities the pris
oners make chairs, In other places shoes
and so on. Down at Kansas City, t waa
told, th prisoners received on at aver)
a sentence of three months In th work
house, while In some coses a sentence of
six months Is Imposod. The workhouse
has demonstrated, that It serves a two-fold
purpose, in that It not only relieves a com
munity of much crime which otherwise
would be committed, but the institution
has a good effect on many of thoso who at
The chief knows that much crime has
been bred In the county jail among th
prisoners sentenced from the city jail.
New Ship Uaarksil.
PHILADELPHIA. March Sl.-Th ete.in
hlp Mexico, built for the New York ami
uha. Mail Steamship company, wna
lunched today at Cramp's shlpyurd.
SALE OF THE DAVIDGE BLOCK
Deul Sale to Be Closed for Haadred
and Two Thoesaad
A current and credited report ill real
estate circles is to the effect that the
Davldge block, at the northwest corm-r
of Klghteenth and Karnam streets, has
been sold. The price mentioned Is lu!.0"0.
John W. ItubbliiM. who ha the agency of
the property, will not deny that a deal is
on. but aays none has been closed. The
purchasers are said to be clients of Har
rison & Morton, who have been vry active
lately In buying property lor people whose
identity remains a secret. Mr. Harrison
aoulil not commit himself on the subject.
The Davidge block la a three-story struc
ture, 6..X1.).' leet, built In 1V)7, ami re
puted to have been a prolllable Investment.
Plans are being made to add two more
stories, the foundation and walls having
been made heavy, with that Idea In view.
The- block bi lweeil Kitihteentli and Nine
teenth on Karnam has undergone a great
change in the diet year, ami other im
provements ate promised. The ItnhrUoiigh
building and lite leulil parage huve been
built. Mis. Jiiilrene has announced that
she will revt a three-story building tulsj
TROUBLES 0 ME PAINS AND ACHES
While Rheumatism it usually worse in Winter because of the cold and
dampness of a changing atmosphere, it is by no means a Winter disease
entirely. Persona in whose blood the uric acid, which produces the disease,
has collected, feel its troublesome pains and aches all the year round. The
cause of Rheumatism is a sour, acid condition of the blood, brought about
by the accumulation in the system of refuse matter, which the natural ave
nues of bodily .waste have failed to carry off. This refuse, matter coming in
contact with the different acida of the body, forms uric acid which is absorbed
by the blood and distributed to all parts of the body, and Rheumatism gets
possession of the system. Rheumatic persons are almost constant sufferers;
the nagging pains in joints and muscles, are ever present under the most
favorable climatic conditions, while exposure to dampness or an attack of
indigestion will often bring on the severer symptoms even in warm, pleas
ant weather. Liniments, plasters, lotions, etc., relieve the pain and give the
sufferer temporary comfort, but are in no sense curative ; because Rheumatism
1 a Mst a .'r.r l,fl MAM I. ...11 I .
S - w m ue uil lau iuuucu away or
fr drawn out with a plaster. S. S. S. is the best
Vv treatment for Rheumatism ; it goes down into
A tJ tte bloo an attacks the disease at its head,
PURELY VEGETABLE. nd building up the thin, sour blood, cures
Rheumatism permanently. Being made en
tirely of roots, herbs and barks, S. S. S. will not injure the system in the
least. Hook on Rheumatism and antr medical advice without charge.
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