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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY, APRIL 13, IDOfc
JOE WARREN FACES A JURY
Another Lanrten Prisoner Goee on Trial on
Chare of Murder.
THREE ACCOMPLICES MAY TESTIFY
ad O'Hun and Aaans. Who
Are at Lincoln, fr the
Shoes You Waoit for Easter
Whether it' a high shoe r a two cut we cn pleae you
equally well. We'll sloe your feel Utit for least money.
"THE NEBRASKA SPECIAL,,-The Shoe for Women-Women's Oxfords at $2.50-
The special attention of women is directed to our famous "Nebraska Special" oxfords for
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IN WHICH DELICIOUS FRUIT IT IS FORMED BY NATURE IN
THE PRECISE COMPOSITION IN WHICH IT IS USED
IN DR. PRICE'S BAKING POWDER.
Its superiority is unquestioned
Its fame vor Id-wide
Its use & protection and a guarantee
against alum food
TURN THE CAN AROUND
and you will learn what is the "power behind the dough' In
the nigh-class powders it is cream of tartar, extracted from
clean, delicious grapes, and that is healthful In die low-grade
powders it is "phosphate alum' or "sodium aluminum sul
phate' which is also alum, a mineral acid, and that makes
the food unhealthfuL
Of what use are twenty-five ounces for twenty-five cents,
if eight of these ounces are alum ?
Food baked with alum baking; powders is found to
contain a portion of the alum unchanged !
, The continued use of alum made food impairs digestion,
causing dyspepsia. When buying baking powder, examine
the label and take only a brand whose label shows it to be free
AFFAIRS- AT;; SOUTH OMAHA
Injunction Actinit Laying Tracks of Book
Island in Street.
FEW DAYS OF GRACE FOR SALOON MEN
e-et File Their Applications hy April
l If Tbrjr l)rilr IJrriifi Per
mitting M'hrtn to Open tp
First of Mar.
Charles Fingcrlos, Twenty-seventh and X
streets, and other property owners alone j He used the office as a consulting room for
the name streets, have secured from the I the numerous rallers. As yet he has made
district court an Injunction directed against I no public announcements as to the appolnt
ihe Bock Island railway to prevent It from ! ments he will make. It Is expected that
atteniptlnt to construct or lay ths tracks niayor and the city attorney will estab-
of the proposed spur of that system between ;
Twenty-seventh street and Thirtieth, trav
ersing a portion of X and a portion of T
streets. This right-of-way was vacated by
the old city council at Its last meeting. It
Is now asserted by the plaintiffs In the case
thtt the vacation was In the nature of a
fianchlse and as such made no provision
for damages to the owners of the abutting
properties. That the passing of trains , r hr mr now practically up to
through these streets will be a menace to "' " " thought likely that the prrs
the owner of these properties. It is said ' " collector, who has done such
alo that the ordinance contains mny er- efficient service and who Is known to be a
rote both as to tr context of the same Pble men for the position, will be re-
and aa to, the manner of lt passage. These
are alleged to he so flagrant aa to tnvall
late the whole ordlnancea. It Is said that
the ordlnence was amended In an Important
l-artlcular on lta last readlna and that suf
ficient time did not elapse between the '
tlwe the ordinance was introduced and Its i
This spur ostensibly was for the accom-
II iii.ll t lm f.f the .Tetter ttrwlnv fnmnflnv
enC another enterprise this side, but it is
t,..v hloted that this track Is to be et-!"
tended to the Belt Line tracks In the vl-
clnlty.-of Thirty-sixth nd Q streets. If
tlU It done It will give atcommodaiion lor
many enterprises And sufficient railroad fa-
ell'tles fc- another larae nacklna Blent.
W. CMmbert; the retiring city attorney.
I ecttt'g Si counsel for the plaintiffs in
the Injunction proceedings.
Sc.r-.e rumors ere afloat to the effect that
the railroads ere planning a coupe whereby
t :y expect to thwart the Instigators of the were exchenged and the negro took to his
I'.'uncllnn proceedings. It ia said that the , heels, running north up the tracks. One
rori has" representatives nut securing op- ! of the bullets from his gun grsxed the
tion on' the property on which damages ' hand of the special officer, hut did not in
n , .- t .IimmI in the ti-ftnt Ihst the rruiil filet a daiurerous wound. He described the
. ... .
Sliouid n constructed Among tne mwi
active men In favor of the road is. of '
course, the heed of the Jetter Brewing i
company. If the Injunction should be sus
tained the new council will, no doubt, have
r early opportunity to make good He
ptoitiise that It will not give away any pub
lic property without receiving therefor the
full market valjie of such public property.
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The twreurr of the Board of Fir. and ,
Police Comml.eton.re wish., to make pub. ,
re ,int ianouncmni uwi n-. m
liquor must have tbelr applications for
llceaaes filed with him. ae la required by
law. by April i If they expect to have their
II. eases renewod by the flret of May. The
ieaon far thle Is that the applications
muet be on file for fourteen days before
h Ikenee can be legally granted. It ia
receesary therefore that the saloon people
act promptly In the matter. If they delay
beyond that date th saloons will have to
i main closed after the flret of May until
such a time aa the law requires. There
tll be a meeting of the Fire and Police
'ommlaaionera Tueadav evanlng of Belt
neek. Thereafter, until the liquor licensee
ai dtspoeod of. the board will hold weekly
msettnge. At all theae meetings protests
against the leeua of any licenses may be
The bear 1 gjuaeua that Ue city eoun-
ell. take action on the question of the po
lice petrol wagon and the chief's buggy.
The fire hall la yet to be accepted by the
city before It can be occupied. The painters
will have finished the building within a
day or two. Borne question has arisen as
to whether the fire and police fundi will
permit of the purchase of the new wagons,
for the resson that there has been no
specific appropriation made for the same
at the time when the general le jr was
made up. This objection may be obviated
by the clause which provides for general
and sundry expenditures.
Mayor Secnree an Office.
The process of getting the new regime
Into working order Is slowly progressing.
Yesterday the mayor took up temporary
quarters In the office of the chief of police.
Hh their permanent offices In the old Pio.
lieer block. A suite of rooms is being fitted
up for the accommodation of the two de
partments of the city government. It Is
said the mayor experts to establish a real
evtate business in addition to his duties as
J. W. Orlbble is already established in his
capacity aa deputy city treasurer. The
The certificates of election expenses have
all been filed with the city clerk and du
plicates have been filed with the county i
clerk. Certificates of election have been
"' ,h "uceessful officers The
verlous committees of the city council nave
ell been Organised and the chairmen have
received from the city clerk the files of ;
business and correspondence which have I
oeumulatlng during the last thirty
The meeting of the council next
, Monday night will be a busy one
j Officer Battles with Thief.
j A shooting sffrsy occurred Isst night In
the I'nlon Paclflo yards. One of the special
officers of the Cnlon Pacific discovered a
man in the act of 'breaking Into a freight
car. whlcn stoon on tne city ira'-a. wmi
out ceremony he engaged In a battle with
the marauder. The man. who was a negro,
resiled with his own gun. Several shots
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The police have been unable to locate him (
es yet. The officer wes unable to say j
whether any of the shots from his gun took
effect or not.
At all fvtntii. the man wan i
.ble to make record tin... when he started
to run. I
Work on the three new brick blocks on
Twen.y-fourth street I. now well under
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- ,w Is being laid for
A of o moM, flmh
the excavation for the telephone exchanae i .... ... .
at Twenty-fourth and K stree... Th.jTMT
building occupied by the South Omaha . second from S to street, the former le
Novelty Works la being removed to Twenty- " .' n approximate coat of 14.o
.... . . . v. ., v , . . , . and the latter at a cost of between I.
sixth street between M and N streets. This , Mnd M t ,, tH) received at the offlc. of
stood on the Horace plunkett property, the city clerk until p. m.. April lb.
where the excavation for the building
leased to the Qibbs Home Furniture com
pany le to be erected.
Haat.r Lose Part ( Hand.
Albert Johnsoa. foreman at the Cud.hy I .YuCSaZZZi. It ulT ty
Ice bouses at Seymour lake, met with a 1 were frtgntened away before they could
serkiua accident yeeterday forenoon. 11a i finish the Job.
wee out hunting end while resting stood j Kllpatrick Bros. Colllne have re
with bia hand over the muxsle of the shot I reived lour new donkey enginee to be used
gun. la eome manner aa he was about to
more on, the gun was discharged, blowing
elf hia thumb and two Angers of the right
hand. He was taken to Bouth Omaha
ho fatal, ahere he was cared for. Tue
complete amputation of the riddled digits
was necessary. Last nlg?it he was resting
T. C. McCarty was brought to the hos
pltal from Kllpatrick's grading camp yes- ;
terdajr afternoon suffering from injuries
received while operating the steam shovel,
lie was caught and thrown In such a man
ner as to receive a severe contusion of the
lower Umb between the knee aad ankle.
Though the Injury will ler him up for a
week or two, it Is not likely to be of more
serious nature. All the other Inmates of
the hospital are doing well.
Made t Itr tionslp.
C. R. Campbell leaves Hunday for Raw
John J. HJake, Twentieth and q streets,
has a new boy.
Floyd McKay left South Omaha today
for Versailles. Mo.
William McConnell, Thirty-fifth and X
streeta, reports the birth of a girl.
J. liverty's father from Ord, Neb., is
visiting here with three of his sons.
Charles Hupp is about to build a J.'.ikio
residence at Ini North Twenty-fifth street.
W. K llufnagl of Lincoln arrived In the
city yesterday to accept a position In the
Ir. J. V. Fouler of Tilden, rormerly con
nected witn tue imieau oi animal inuusti),
is visiting In the city.
8. l. Dunn has secured a rwymit for a
tl.vti uweuing wnlch lie expects to erect at
I'wenty-stcond and F streets.
Kdward Wyman, (irand Island, father of
Mrs. Frank tC. Jonea and Mr. J. Williams,
is ciXTiaiiig a tew days wnti nls daugn
ters. Del Morris was arrested yesterday for
assault and battery, by wnlrli George ".
Wilson is said to have Nuttered to some ex
tent. I. W. Randies of Ixnralne, III., and C.
C. AdHina of Marshall, lint.. Iiotn prominent
atocKinen. aie Here ouving cattie on tue
he bond of the. city treasurer has been
I aired to sjid.uiv. It is expected tliere will
be nearly ioo.K) in the treasury by the
liilrUile oi tne summer.
The rtOllth OniHllA 'uf Innal kunlr ha.
taken out a permit fur the repairs of a
store front on i went -fourth street. The
tun i ui in? ivpniiH la vl.'iUU.
Hairy McFarland was sentenced to thirty
days in tne county Jail, bui the sememe
Mas suspended during his absence from the
cit. lit promiseo to be seen here no
The petition of properly owners for the
grading 'i Thirty-ninth street. hicli was
rejected hy the council lor errois In its
compilation, iius been again submitted in
Adah chapter No. W, Order of the
Kaatern blar will meet in regular session
at Masonic hull Hotiiidriy evening. There
will be an election of oincers. and all tne
members are expected to attend.
The men of the Methodist church have
a surprise in store tor May i. lney re
quest I lie trlends and members to keep
lnat date open until they are ready to
(.ring their novel entertainment.
Mrs. George Carley, Mies Anna Giinmel
and Miss I- iorence I amnbeil were the uele-
o1 tht. f llgl i-resoyterian chureli to
1 ney are expeel
lary convention at rremont.
peeled home tins morning.
Mrs. L. C. Gibson entertained a number
of UiiihIih frintU at it wnci.il evening at
a'a". "fi 'meid's VnS
witt;. Air. and Mrs. Sunuei lanu and Mr.
anu Mrs. Kipling.
The maple syrup and hot biscuit dinner
! ' 'l .b'"!-"
.' home of Mrs. I . M. chliuel, was a great
: success n spite of the rain wnlch was tall-
Ing steaally. A large numiier of friends
1 . rm 1 1 n hand to i ... i lu k.
Burglars attempted to break into the
Sandwall Jewelry company's store Wednes
day night. They made a large cut with a
diamond In both of the front windows, and
In the window on the west side of the door
on inn tt-inpiriry iracas on tna utnorn
cut-on of the I'nlon Pacific. They will be
used to pull the dump cars which carry
tne dirt from the great steam shovels which
are used there. It te thought they will be
far better than the lut lit luany more
horses aud asgona.
J. W. Maynard, X30 Burt street,
O. D. Solomon. 1902 Military
deputy county auditor.
Domlnlck Cogan, 2515 8outh
R. E. Meredith, WU North Twenty-ninth
street, railway mail clerk.
A. B. Burke, Valley, farmer.
Patrick Dougherty, I' South Twenty
sixth street. South Omaha, laborer.
J. I. Watt, 2224 Lake street, contractor.
Ed MrKachron, 2821 North Nineteenth
Lewis K. Scott, station B, Omaha, yard
master of Omaha railroad.
Frank S. Brownlee, 316 Bouth Twenty
sixth street, real estate.
Carl B. Hutchinson, 4"41 Seward street,
D. J. King, TOW North Forty-first street,
These twelve Jurors were sworn st 6:10
o'clock yesterday afternoon to try Joe
Warren, charged with being one of the
accomplices of Jay O'Heitrn In the murder
of Nels Laustcn during the holdup of
Lausten's saloon at Twenty-first and Cum
ing streets on the night of January 20. It
was expected at the start that It would
require two days to secure the Jury, but
the defense and state waived the last four
or five challenges and accepted the Jury
as It stood at the evening adjournment.
An hour before the Jury was secured the
regular panel of jurors was exhausted and
Sheriff McDonald and his deputies were
sent, out to bring In talesmen. The first
man nabbed by the sheriff was Q. O. Wal
lace, the real estate man, who had gone
to the court house on bUHlness. Mr. Wal
lace protested against going, but the sheriff
insisted and he was taken to the court
room. He was about to be accepted as a
Juror when he made a statement to the
court, saying he had come to the court
house on business relating to the water
company appraisement as real estate ad
viser to the appraisers and had some mat
ters he had to report on at once. He was
excused by the court. Seven talesmen were
examined before the Jury was secured.
This morning the taking of evidence will
begin. The state will use Raymond Nelson,
who testified In the O'Hearn case, as one
of its principal witnesses In this case, and
the defense has asked that Jny O'Hearn,
who was convicted by a Jury and given the
death penalty, and Ieo Angus, unother ac
complice, who pleaded guilty and accepted
a life sentence, be brought from Lincoln
to testify In behalf of Warren.
It will be the contention of the defense
that Warren did not have a gun on tho
night of the murder and that he did not
remain at the post at the rear door of the
saloon where he was stationed, hut ran
away before the shooting was done. It Is
also asserted he was not a member of the
gang, but was picked up by it on the night
of the murder.
CLARK Wll.l, APPEAL HIM CASK
Negro Convicted of Murder in Flury
Affair to Fig at for Life.
"I don't blame lh Jury. It was the only
thing It could do under the circumstances,"
declared Harrison Clark, the negro-convicted
of the murder- of Street Car Con-
ductor Flury. Thursday morning.
Clark talked somewhat freely about the
case, lie Is dissatisfied because his attor
neys would not let him run the case, and
he does not hesitate to say mi.
"It is true 1 admitted 1 was the leader
of the gang ae far ae the saloon holdups
were concerned," he continued, "and I
don't deny 1 was at the street car when
the conductor was shot, but I didn't take
the leading part there. 1 didn't fire a shot,
and Uathrlght lied when ho said I did. 1
expect to get some money and 1 am going
to hire a lawyer and carry the case to the
Most of Clark's objections to the way
his case was handled relate to questions
he wanted asked on cross-examination, but
none of these questions related to very
material evidence. He declared he was
feeling as good as he could be expected to
feel under the circumstances. He occupies
the isolation cell at the county Jail.
Consumption la a brrm Disease,
Can It Start with a Coldf
This In a reasonable question and one that
mubt arise to the mind of almost every
one when the claim Is made that consump
tion starts with a cold. The cold simply
prepares the system for the reception and
development of germs of that disease, thai
would not otherwise have found lodgement
It Is the same with diphtheria, scarlet fevef
and measles. They are most likely to be
contracted when the child has a cold.
That Is why a cold should never be neg
lected. The longer It hangs on the greater
the danger. As a quick cure, for colds
Chamberlutu's Cough Remedy can always
be relied upon. Its remarkable cures have
won for it a world wide reputation and
an Immense sale. It is pleasant and safe
Announcements of the Theaters.
On Easier Sunday "The Little Gray
Lady" will be offered for the first time
in Omaha, opening its engagement at the
Boyd theater on that evening. The play
deals With life among the clerks at Wash
ington and tells a stoiy that has been pro
nounced most interesting by those who
have watched lta unfolding. A clerk In
the Treasury department loves one girl and
Is loved by another. The latter Is the
daughter of the boarding house keeper and
the former is rather flashy young woman.
ho is also a government clerk. The young
man gets Into trouble and the good girl
gets him out; he sees the mistake he lias
made and th"y are wed. That is simple
material, but the uses Chaniilng Pollack
has made of it marks him as a most skill-
Vol H..u...ul. VI.. l,.ll..Lt .... ...-
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Is a former Omaha boy, his father having
been connected with the Omaha Herald in
days gone by. while Channlng attended
school here and has many acquaintances
still living In the city. The company play
ing the piece is under direction of James
K. Haekett and is the same Dial made the
piece such a success in New York. The
engagement lasts till after Wednesday
evening with a special matinee on Wednes
day. "Ir. Bill" is still delighting the attend
ance at the Hurwooa tneaier. me wood
ward Stock company giving this fine fa roe
In a most spirited manner. The last mat
inee will be on Saturday afternoon. For
the coming week "Moths" is being pre
pared under personal direction of Mr. O. I.
Woodward. The first performance of
"Moths" will be at the matinee on Sunday.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE A ST. PAUL
Te points in Minnesota. North and Bouth
F. A. NASH. Gen'l. western agent
re""""-! eueet, Omatt, Neb
women the shapes are smart and dressy the leather's
lio tlin TrrvrL-mnTniliiii nf tlio lrst liriirlit nr ilnll tfnisliPil
' V- a a llliuil'lit' v a. a,
Blucher styles a perfect
Omaha but what sell these
Ladies' White C&iwas Shoes Boys and Youth s Shoes
We have a very new and large assortment of For boys, youths and little men Our 6hoe
women's white canvas oxfords, with hand
turn soles, with wood heel new PA
style "Christie" and "Gibson" jf JU
tie-worth $2.00, for tts--
ALL ABOARD FOR JAMESTOWN
Nebraska is Officially Bidden to Help Cele
brate Founding of Nation.
TO BE HELD AT HAMPTON ROADS
Charles W. Kohlaaat, Commissioner-at-l.arge
from lrglnln. Visits
West to Indnce Co-Oper-atloa
Charles W. Kohlsaat. commissioner at
large for the Jamestown exposition to be
held at Hampton Roads, Va., from May
1 to November 1, 1307, arrived in the ell y )
Thursday morning and will be a guest at
the Paxton for a day or two, going to
Lincoln Saturday to confer lth Governor
Mickey relative to interesting Nebraska In
the forthcoming exposition.
Mr. Kohlsaat said he had received en
couragement from the governors of Mis
houiI, Iowa and Minnesota fur aid to the
exposition. He is awaiting the arrival of
George 13. Meiklcjohn,' n ho will escort hint
to Lincoln to see Governor Mickey.
"The exposition will begin May 1, 1907.
and it is the wish of the commissioners to
secure whatever legislative action may be
necessary by the several states. To this
end we wish to give what information we
can to the executives of the states in order
that they may make what recommenda
tions they may feel disposed to make by
message to the approaching sessions of the
legislatures. Many of the sltates have
already selected locations for their build
ings on the exposition grounds, and some
of them have already made the necessary
appropriations, notably New York, Penn
sylvania and Ohio, for buildings. What
we now particularly wish Is to have the
governors of the states not yet making
ground selections to appoint commissions
for that purpose and to visit the exposi
tion grounds and become otherwise in
iurmed aa to the extent and purpose of
Over Half Section.
"The exposition grounds comprise an
area of 360 acres, located on a beautiful
tract of land across Hampton Roads from
Fortress Monroe, Kewpoil News, but a
few miles from Norfolk and about six
teen miles below Old Jamestown island. It
also overlooks the site of the famous
naval battle between the Monlior and Mer
rimac and Is surrounded by innumerable
points of historic Interest dating from
the first permanent settlement of Eng
lish speaking people on the American con
tinent on the i:ttli day of May, lt)n7, down
to the present day.
The fifty-eighth congress authorized the
president to invite all the nations of the
earth to send their ships of war to the
scene of the celebration and there visit
the greatest rendoaVous that has ever
been held In the history of the world.
"The buildings will be constructed with a
view to permanence In that the new Jamen
town may become the memorial of the
Old Town and of the birth of a. new na
tion." THE WITH C K.Vn Rl LIMITED.
Chicago to ev York Over .Mtlit.
Leaves Chicago 2:30 p. m. Arrives New
York (Grand Central Station) 11:90 next
morning. Warren J. Lynch, Past. Trafflo
More Trouble for Johnson.
Charles Johnson again found himself in
the tollx of the law Thurnday night for
attempting to take things that did not
belong to him. Time without number this
man has been arrested for taking Junk
and wheeling It off In his little old cart
and many are the thirty-day periods he
a v nv i' Btt, lav x ' a, v a - " -----. - . -. . - '
fit for every foot not a shoe store in the city of
same shoes for and $3.50 our price
) has spent In the county Jail because of '
his nent. Thursday lie helper! ntmseir to
about out) pounds of old iron from a plat,
form at the Kingman Implement company's
plant. Ninth and Jones streets, in spite
of his numerous sad experiences following
such acts. He was taken on almost a "bee-
I line" fiom the scene of his pilfering to the
J police station.
SMALL BILL DESTROYS PEACE
( hanalna of Money Dlarnpta Friend
ship and Sen res the Dove Off
The neighborly good will that should exist
between the corner grocer and his custom
ers and that once existed between Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Iemm, on one' hand, end
Henry Boese and Gust Boese. doing busi
ness aa grocers and meat venders at 3104
Lincoln avenue, on the other hand. Is a
thing of the past a far as these parties
are concerned. Mrs. lmm no longer buys
her wiener wurst at the Boese meat counter
and Mr. Imm has not used the corner
grocery as a loafing place for severnl
months. Judge Redlck of the district court,
sitting as an arbiter, will endeavor to get
at the bottom of the controversy and once
more restore harmony and pence 'to the
The cause of the trouble Is a certain
$5 bill, from which the defendant grocers
InsiHted on deducting a claim for $2.r3
which they asserted Mrs. lmni owed them.
The bill came Ipto their possession last fall,
when Mrs. Letnm sent her little girl over
to the grocery store to get a lin bill
changed. The grocer had only five silver
dollars and he gave her these with the
understanding she was to get the rest of
the change later. Before Mra. Lemm got
the bill, however, she had trouble with a
clerk and foreseeing the breaking oft" nf
diplomatic relations, the grocers deducted
the $'.!.S6 which they asserted Mr. temm
owed tbem from the 15 and tendered Mrs.
Lemm the change. She refused to accept
It. .gnd , went to see her lawyer about It.
The result was a suit In Justice Fostr-'e
court. "The grocers lost and the suit was
appealed to the district court, where It 4s
being heard by Judge Redlck. The costs
on both sides have mounted up to several
times the amount In controversy, but both
sides declare they Intend fighting the case
through in order to show they were right. t
Passengers east from Chicago to Tort
Wayne. Flndlay. Fostorla, Cleveland. Erie,
Buffalo, New York City. Boston and all
points east, will consult their Interests
and find advantage In selecting the Nlckl
Plate road east from Chicago. Three
through trains are run dally, with through
day coaches to New York City, and modern
Pullman sleeping cars to destination.
Kates always the lowest, anil no excesa
fares are charged on any train, for any
part of the Journey. Modern dining car
service, with individual club meals, rang
ing in price from SS oenta to II; also meals
a la carte. Ask for tlckete via the Nickel
Plato road. Chicago depot, Lasalle and
Van Buren streets, ths only station In
Chicago on the Elevated Loop. Chicago
city ticket office. Ill Adams street. De
tailed Information may lie secured by ad
dressing John Y. Calehan, general agent.
No. 1M Adams streti. room 29S. Chicago.
Rift- Fifth Ware Meeting.
The Fifth Watd Republican club will nold
their flret meeting of the city cempalgn
Friday, April 13, at McKenna's hall. Six
teenth and locust. Kverybody invited,
Republicans come and see your candidates.
Good speakers. BKN J. STONE.
UNCLE BILL CHRISTIE. Becretary.
DIAMONDB-Kdhoim. lth and Harney.
Name and "Residence. Age.
John li. McNealy. Omaha 44
Lilly V. Kennedy. Omaha 4!
No other breakfast famous as Easter morning breakfast.
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Here is a fine old play being given
very Intelligent Interpretation hy a com
pany of players, formed for the emergency,
but In every way qualified to play the
parts assigned. T. 8. Arthur's great tem
perance story Is as apt In lta application
today as It was years ago when It was first
written. The downfall of Joe Morgan, the
rls.i of Simon Blade and the misery and
desolation that came In this transforma
tion: the undoing of Harry Hammond, an I
of Frank Binds, the deviltry of Harvey
Green, the droll humor of Sample Swltchcll
and Mehitable Carlwrlght. the sad death
of Nellie Morgan and the sorrow of her
mother; the contrition and reformation .f
her fa'her. and his final restoration to man
hood are all most strikingly set forth. The
company brings out strongly the high lights,
of the piece and makes it most effective.
The audience last night was rather meager,
but apparently enjoyed the performance
thoroughly. The hill will continue until
after Saturday night, with the usual mai
Inee on Saturday afternoon.
"ntarday Mailt kKnrfs Holler Pkatlnar.
Roller skating at the Auditorium will
positively be closed for the season after
Saturday night. While there are still
many who would like to have the ekatlng
continue a few weeks longer, the warm
weather la taking the snap and vim otit
of the exercise, to some extent, and Man
ager Gillan has decided to close the skat
ing season with Saturday night. A good
program of Interesting eve'nta will be put
on. e nd the closing night at the rink will
be a very enjoyable one.
ORDER HURTS THE RAILROADS
Interstate Commerre Commission's
Decree Complained of by
All tialn crews of the Cnlon Pacific on
the Wyoming division are now working In
accordance with the order of the lnter-
, state Commerce commission, which provides
I that no trainman shall be called after h
reaches a terminal station until he has had
eight hours for rest, and when a train
crew has been sixteen hours on duty, ex
cept In cases of extreme emergency, the
train rhall be tied up at fhe nearest sta
tion and held for eight hours.
"This Is working a hardship on the rail
road because of the scarcity of men, and
trains already have been forced to lay
over," aaid an nfilclal. "The number of
crews under the new order will be Increased.-
This change is coming herd at
present, when the roads are taxed to the '
capacity to handle the buslnese, whlok It
Looks Bnd for Murphy.
James Murphy, a hard-looking character,
giving his home ss Fort Smith. Ark., mas
turned over to Patrolman Dlvis Thursdsv
evening hy ell i tens who had caught hliii
In the act of taking a horse from a barn st
Twentieth and Nicholas streets. The horse
marie so much noise In being removed
from the barn that several men in a nearhv
house went out to see whet was tip anil
raptured Murphy. The prisoner wss locked
up.- rnargea itn neing a suspicious char-
The Prospect Hill Improvement club,
learning of the "dastardly outrage perpe
trated on the cittsens of this city In tam
pering with the ballots rast at the recent
primary election." hastens to pass reso
lutions requesting the county attorney to
give the matter his Immediate attention
and do all In his power to bring the
guilty parties to justice.
Hams and Bacon
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