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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, MAY 1. 1006.
BEFORE THE PEOPLE'S BAR
Miss Brown Now Belieta All Thiiet Com
to Those Who Wait
SHE WAITED AND GOT HER CHANCE AT LAST
that no man with two arms and legs and
clean ahlrt could get sore eyes looking
r work In Omaha at the present time.
7 l i3ti rr Jt nvz
Tm Brown was sentenced ten daya for not
fjavtng visible means of surport In these
Isys of building activity and th square
Woman with a Memory 1.1 m Tin
F.daert "word Kaillfi the
Mill nf Her Wrath la
Mini Minnie Brown of 1714 Webster
street walled, nearly wo yearn for an
opportunity to tell her story before I ha
people' bar, and when her opportunity
did come ah proved herself equal to thi
occasion. The object of the woman'a
wtath wii A. I.. Styles, arretted Runday
"w martin i ni. .vventeentii ana weft
ltter stfoct, on ' the 'rhargn of drunken
ness. When Styles wag arraigned Miss
Drown unfolded a tale which congealed
Judge Crawford a young corpuscles and
cauaed City Prosecutor Ijee to wlah lie
were bach on the farm cutting slippery
rim or maktrig willow whistles.
Mlaa Brown, whoae memory la aa keen
aa a two-edged raaor, waa on hand bright
and early at the people' bar. She had i
meaaage from Garcia, or father, or gome
one, and she Intended to deliver that mea
aage. And she did. . ,
When the police Judge had read thi
charge agalnat Styles Court Sergeant
w halen suggested that a complaint of
larceny might develop agalnat the prla
oner. Then the police Judge asked If any
one In the court room had aught to aay
agalnat the prisoner. Instantly Mies
Brown rose in her Napoleonic adlpoaeneaa
and Indicated a willingness to gay thlngg
agalnat Styles. The woman waa duly
worn. She aald In part, aa la gumetlmea
aid of political barnatormera:
"It waa a year ago last May."
"When did you aay It waa," questioned
the Judge. '
"It Was a year ago laat May," the
"Proceed," aald the Judge.
"Aa I aald, It was a year ago last May.
I waa Just clearing up my breakfast
dlahea when I heard a rap on my kitchen
door. I went to the door and found a
man, whoae garments were travel-atalned
and who looked hungry. He aaked for
food and I gave him food. I cooked him
egga, bacon, coffee and offered him cake
and pie. I even remember giving him
one of my red and white hand towela to
dry hlg face and handa with," aald the
"What kind of towel waa that?" queried
"I aald a red and white towel," repeated
Toil may continue," remarked the
"Did I tell you it waa a year ago laat
MayT Kure enough I did. Well, after
that man (pointing the finger of accu-
gatlon toward Styles) ate the breakfast
I prepared for him, what do you think he
did? What do you think. Judge, he did?"
"Well, madam, I am not on the wltnesa
atapd. It la for you to tell," replied the
"Ant. sure I will tell. Well, he went
out to the barn, placed his arm through
a hole in the wall and took a get of single
harness, which he started to carry oft
,-"1 . aacjt. I waa in my atocklng-rfewt, but
1 gave chase and after a run of two blocka
. made him drop the harness. Sunday after
' noon, while pasalng the Martin flata,
recognized Styles, who gald, "Good morn'
Ing Carrie.' I told him my name was
not Carrie. Then I notified the police
and there you are, Judge.'1
Styles said he remembered calling at
the Brown house a year ago last May,
'fhwwet-itimii 'wand and 'received in re'
turn three fried egga and two doughnuts.
of which latter edlblea he had vivid recol
lections. The prlaoner denied any knowl
edge of the harness, so the police Judgi
dismissed the case by fining Styles 1 and
costs on the charge of drunkenneas. A
companion of Styles waa alao given an
opportunity to contribute to the achool
fund, the charge being a similar one.
Gt'orue Ford of I-a Platta, Sarpy county
Waa the funny boy before the people's bar
Monday morning. Mr. Ford waa arreated
by Patro'inan Frank Murphy on the charge
of drunkenness and sleeping on the aide
"What do I see? Drunk again, Mr. Ford?
I thought you were on the water wagon,'
remarked Police Judge Crawford when
Ford came up for trial.
"And. iudae. so I was on the water
'wagon, but 1 fell off. Do you want to hea
how I fell from the water wagon?" asked
"I would b pleased to learn the cause o
your fall." responded the Judge in a sym
"Well, I wa riding along as fine as you
pleaae when suddenly I dropped my whip.
I got down to get the whip and then the
horses ran away. And that was the way
fell from the water cart," said Ford.
"I will, diacharg you thla time. Next
time' let the whip go and hang to the
hot-eta." aald the Judge.
Tom Brown tried Monday morning to con
vince Police Judge Crawford that hla eyeg
had become sore looking for work. Brown
wa arrested by Detectives Mitchell and
Dunn for drunkenness and vagrancy.
But Judge Crawford's Intuition told him
OF HEART DISEASB,
Row frequently (joes a head line simi
lar to tue a dove gret ui in the news
papers. The rush, push and stranuous
ne of the American people has a strong
tendency to lead uu to valvular and other
affections of tbe haart, attended by Ir
regular action, palpitation, dir..lnes,
smothered sensations and other diatreaa
Three of the prominent ingredients of
which Dr. Pierce.' Oolden Medical Dis
covery Is made are recommended by soma
of the leading writer on ATotorta Aftrfira
for tha cure of Just ouch cases. Uoldea
V f-eal root, for instance, la aald by tli
iVUiirD State Uihpka tort, a nana
(lard authority, "to Impart tone and in-
NPaa&AH nnwm to tlA heart's action
Numerous other leading authorities rep
resent Oolden Soal a au unsurpassed
tonic for the muscular system in general,
and aa tha heart Is almost wuolW com
posed of muscular tissue, It naturally
follow that It must be greatly strength
ened by this supttrb. general tonic. But
probably tha mot Important lugredleut
of Oolden Medical Discovery, an far
t a IU marvelous our of valvular and
f ether afleotlons of tha heart are cou
cat nd, U Btoue root, or ColUntonia Van.,
I . Prof, wm. Paine, author of Paine'
. j Lpltoa)? l Medicine, say of It:
j l. not long' aleoa, bad a patient who was
go maun mii'i'i'i IU valvular dxx ef
I the heart thai bis frtoode were obliged to
carry bji -tira tie. Mwnr, grauual'.y
reoovereo under U laAuaace ft bolilueualo
(wedicla-l prtudiJs eitraotod (ram lioue
(outi, i U Po sinndlji to his botes.
isratocure pbrctclaos ku4n of no remedy
or th rssooval of su dfMreaatiig and o dau
frou 4 aDal4f. With thsai It was all
a uw-work. and It tearfully warned the
aSUosed tbas death waa Br at band Ool
fi)iS..iUi nixivestiuBSoly aftonls relief Us
uuh eaaoa. aua la snost lusaaacee eSeci
skin root U also recoaaraended by Dra,
Hale and Elliot-wood, oi Chicago, for
valvular and other dlaoeae of th heart
The latter aeva: It U a heart tonic of
direct and permanenl Inlluance.
Uoldeu MedicoJ Discovery, not onl)
cure aertou heart affecUona, hut Is a
tuoat emoleot general Voulc and tnvtgu
W a tor. streugtbenlng the stomach, IlVb-
crating the liver, regulating the bowels
7 and curing catarrLal affection la ail
parte of the rum.
Jvh Pieroa reiksu cur CouauvaUoa
IOuis Ferguson of the Northwestern hotel
was fined $." and costs In police court Mon
day morning for taking a drive Sunday'
evening without first gnltig through the
formality of acurlng permission of the
owners of the rig. Moore Bros.' Twenty
rlghth and Leavenworth streets. It wss
clmrged Ferguson took a rig from 1717 Burt
street at :S0 p. m. and returned the animal
and Vehicle about midnight, when Patrol
man Aughe took Ferguson Into custody.
The prisoner maintained he was acquainted
with one of the parties who rented the rig
and took the rig for a Joke. '
AT THE PLAY HOUSES.
aensef' and "Jane" at th Borwood.
A sharp contrast In two kinds of comedy
Is offered at the Burwood this week by
the Woodward Stock company in a double
bill. The curtain raiser, "Sunset," is pa
thetic, dainty and Intellectual. Miss Lang
appears as Ixils to excellent aavamage.
Miss Rose Curry and Stuart Beebe 'made
their first appearance on this stage and
proved very acceptable. "Sunset" consists
of only one act and tells a story of two
girl friends who loved the same man.
Jane" la the time-tried farce which
theatergoers remember well. The transi
tion to broader methods wag made by Mlaa
Lang in a way that showed her versatility
and she made Jane a good deal of a char
acter role. Mr. Morrison as Charles Shakel-
ton has an easy time pleasing his audi
ence In a light comedy part that fits him
well. Mr. Todd Is seenvln a character role,
that of Tlpson, for the first time In a long
while and enables htm to display ability.
Miss Maitin la a winsome Lucy Norton and
Miss Hill a vlnegaresque old maid. Mr.
Davis, Mr. Beebe and Miss Hudson appear
In the cast. Both comedies are given with
sest and apontanelety that makes their
What Womea Will Do" at the Krm.
A play of much strength, baaed on Inci
dents In Dickens' great novel of "David
Copperncld." and Introducing many char
acter made familiar by him, "What
Women Will Do" is calculated to appeal
to all. It has a strong vein of tragedy run
ning through It, topped with a comedy as
rich and enjoyable aa anything Dickena
ever imagined. The atory of Kmlly and
Bteerforth la told In its simplicity, with
the self-sacrificing effort of Peggoty and the
noble end of Ham. Crlah Heep la also
brought In. and the Immortal Wllklna Ml
cawber. The story as told Is closely
adapted to Dickena, and only such liberties
are taken as are unavoidable in staging
the play. Miss Kittle Delorme aa Emily
Is the real hit of the bill, and Mr. H. M.
Holden as Dan'l Peggotty Is well deserving
of mention for his clever work. Two very
good houses enjoyed the produe'tlon yester
day, and encouraged the actors by their
applause. The company will resume Its
run on Tuesday evening and will also play
a matinee on Wednesday, Closing on
Vaudeville at the Crelahtoa-Orpheoin.
For the last week of the current season
the Orpheum Is offering a bill that Is quali
fied to "leave them laughing when it says
goodby." Foy and Clark are offering "The
Modern Jonah," a skit by Harry Foy and
Ren Shields that has more condensed
laughter In It than anything aeen here In
a blue moon. It all takes -place at the
bottom of the Ocean. Mies Clafk la a mer
maid, bewailing the fate that Impend.
for ah la ordered to marry an octopus
and only a few momenta of freedom are left
her. Juat then a whale swims down and
i,pews out a "Jonah," who haa been cast
overboard from a racing yacht. This
Jonah happens to be of Milesian extraction,
and the ensuing explanation and converea
tlon is of tha most absurd sort, but full of
wit and humor. Jonah has to hold onto
an anchor to keep on the bottom, for each
time he leta go he starts for the top. He
finally agrees to elope with the mermaid
to enable lier to escape the octopus. She
goes to get her treasure, which is In the hold
of Captain Kldd'g sunken ship, and aa she
cannot hold to the anchor and the treasure
sacks too, Jonah fastena the anchor to
hla trousers, while the mermaid pile hla
arma full of bullion. Juat here Is where
the final trouble came off, for hla old
breeches weren't equal to the taak, the
anchor hold tore out and Jonah vanished
Into upper water, leaving th mermaid on
the floor of the deep with her treasure chest
In her hand and the octopus bellowing Just
a little way off. The audience fairly howled
In it glee at thla skit last night. It I
certainly the hit of the sesson In its line.
Willy Zimmerman presents hlg imperso
nations of famous composers and con
ductors with the game excellent taate that
mad him so popular her last season.
He is an artist In every sense. The World
Comedy Four mixes up music and foolery,
and the Holdsworth sing, dance and play
the banjo very acceptably. Frank and
Bob do some athletic stunts with a little
clowning mixed in, and . Frank Hayes
sings a few parodlea. Abd'el Kader (whoae
true name la very likely Schwarts or
Schmidt) and hla thre "wive" do lomt
"picture" painting with sign painters'
brushes. Their turn didn't start a riot
last night. The kinodrome pictures are
Bnhesalaa Dramatic CI ah.
The Bohemian-American Dramatic, club
last night presented at Turners' hall on
Thirteenth street, a drama, "Nesecek, the
Merchant," to a very large audience. The
play wa very much enjoyed and the whole
affair wa a auccess in every sense.
CaasM Told Whila Hvattnar a Burglar
Mr: Wm. Thos. Idmorfan, provincial con
ftabla at Chapleau, Ontario, says: "I
caught a savers cold While hunting a bur
glar In th forest swamp last fall. Hearing
of Chamberlain' Cough Remedy, I tried it,
and after using two small bottles I wns
completely cured." This remedy Is Intended
especially for coughs and voids. It will
loosen and relieve a sever cold In less time
than by any other treatment and is a favor
it wherever it superior excellence has
Very I. aw Rate Tseissr.
Bvery Tuesday, baianc of th year, the
Chicago Great Western railroad will ssil
homeseekers' tickets to Minnesota, North
Dakota and Canadian northwest at about
half rate; to other territory first'and third
Tuesdays. Write H. H. Churchill. Q. A..
1412 i'arnam street. Stat number In party
and when going.
I am agent for all European steamship
line, handling; outward and prepaid ticket.
Sailing list, diagram and literature can
b obtained on application. First and sec
ond cabin and steerage at very lowest
rates. J. B. Reynolds. C P. A. Burlington
Routs, WA Farnam street '
Th public I earnestly requested to
postpone any social event they have ar
ranged for on Monday. May 7, In th In
terest of the musicians tonowt and ball
at th Auditorium. The entire receipt
of which go to th Rail Francisco relief
WATCHa.rrnar. Utn and Dodge'sta
i im i ii.i it
they are made
11 our b
Name Contest Department.
Fred Krug Brewing Co., Omaha. Neb.
I submit th. following names for your new beer.
My name is.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
City ' Council . W 11 HaVo Lot. . of Work
Before it TomeM '
SALE OF SEWER ' BONpS COMES FIRST
Aeoepta-.ee of .evr Knatne House Is
Likely to Cause Trouble for
Contractors on Account
The meeting of the city council tonight
will be confronted with more Important
business than has been before the body
for several months. The bids on ths sewer
bonds are to be opened and this In Itself
Involves a transaction of over $2oO,(XiO.
Many Inquiries hiive been sent to the city
clerk regarding the Issue of bonds', and It
Is likely that there will be several bidders.
Bids for the police patrol wagon will also
be opened on new specifications of lighter
dimensions than the wagon contemplated
at first. There will also be a buggy for
the chief of police.
The new flre hall Is to be accented by
the council. From the wy that matter
has been delayed It Is Judged tht there
will be some difficulty In the acceptance
In the end. It is understood that the council
will possibly demand-that at least one of
the stairways shall be reconstructed.
Several extra Improvements and change
in the specifications of the original contract
were made and these were permitted by
the old council on the recommendation of
the Fire and Police board. It may be that
the new council will take exceptions to
these additions and refuse to settle the
account. Among these Improvementg wag
a steel celling to the apparatus room,
plastering of the room of the second floor,
a platform at the rear of the building and
other lesser changes. In all these changes
have brought tne price of the building up
above l,O0. The contract was originally
awarded to Johnson & Bkow at a figure
between 113,000 and $14,000.
An ordinance granting a right-of-way to
the lnterurban railroad will probubly be
Introduced and given it first reading.
A daughter of Captain Nets Turnjult
while digging earth for some potted flowers
Saturday afternoon, found a skull sticking
out of the ground at Nineteenth and 8
streets. It lay In soil which had not been
moved in twenty ytars at least. Only a
part of the frontal bone and th cheek
bones were found. The collar bones wers
also discovered after digging. Th captain
has no theory to account for th skull
being there unless it Is the chance grave
of an Indian burled many years ago. The
captain has taken charge of the relic.
When the skull was found it resembled
simply a smooth boulder in the clay bauk,
which likely enough had been seen many
times without special attention.
Ban Francisco Relief.
J. C. French made another report on the
relief funds Saturday which shows that
Use it . twice-a-day and you will
have white teeth, hard gums,
clean mouth, pure breath, good
digestion and good health. Just
Usk your dentist about it.
la handy asotal oaa bottles, 15a.
Or. Gram' Tcolh Pcwdsr Co.
We want a new, original name for a
aging in our cellars for several months.
upon a name that is as appropriate as this beer is satisfying, so we offer
$500.00 Irv Gold to the one who does think of the right name.
You may have an inspiration just a thoughtthat will place this $500.00
in your pocket.
You Have Only A Few More Days In Which ToJ3et In Your Suggestions. So
Get Bu,sy And Put Down Your Best Thoughts. Contest Closes May 21, 1906.
1 CosUs Yoo MMeg to Try
IdCQI We are not imitating other I best qualities of
We are not imitating other
brewers in the making- of
eer and we 4 no want to imitate them in
beers are called "Bavarian," "Pilsener,"
mian." -Muenchner" and so on to indicate
to imitate. We want a name different
our beer is different. It contains the
400 has been added to the fund. The fol
lowing is the list In full:
Jetter Brew. Co.. $200 Herman Anger
1 A. ' Flingerlus ... 1
J. M. Jetter
J. II. Krlttenorink
W. Id. Osborne ...
C. E. Powers
J. P. Matahuser..
Paul Kushinck t
J. Raduslner ....
A. II. Rushford.
B. 8. fipeonner..
J. T. McAuley...
William Flork ..
6 K. Smiling 1
1 Jfrs. P. Burke .. 1
S C. 'T'. Penfold.... 1
1 t 1 a. Bates 1
1 Cash 1
1 Mis. A. OfTerman it
1 John Flynn . .. 10
O'Neill's real es-
1 tate agency .... 10
1 J. A. Byrne 1
1 Win. Broderlck.. 1
1 M. Sexton 1
1 M. F. Fisher ... 1
1 J. L. Rothschild, i
1 Cash 1
S V. ZermonskI 1
1 W. Nagle 1
i 11. Harding 2
1 f. Bosanek i
1 1-eo Roeiner 1
1 Sol. Goldsmith... 2
1 Total 110
Duffy Defeat Merchants.
The Joe Duffy ball team had a smart
brush with the Merchant's team yester
day afternoon at the new park at For
tieth and g street. The fie id I still a
little heavy, as It has no turf, and th re
cent rain ha I Jt completely dried off
et. Nevertheless, both team played good,
snappy ball. The final score was 4 to 3
In favor of the Duffya. After the sixth
nnlng the game was' the Duffyg for the
reason that both teams got down to work
and shut out all further chances to score.
It looked like the Merchants would tie in
the seventh when, they drove a two-bagger
to the right field, but the pitcher for the
Puff stiffened up and shut out the next
three men who faced him and left the
game safe In their hand. ' Ourness tnd
Bhsmbler, Casey and Fltsgerald were th
batteries for th Merchant; Halbrook and
Smith, pitcher, and Cavanaugh, catcher,
for the Duffy. Another game will be
played next Sunday afternoon. By that
time It 1 thought the tteia will be in first-
class condition. The attendance at yester
day' gam was about 200.
Maa-le Clly ftoal.
Mrs. H. M. Fowler spent a day or two In
Lincoln last week.
Jetter Gold Top Beer delivered to all
part of the city. Telephone No. 8.
It is expected that Judgment will be clven
In the city hall site Injunction case today.
The Board of Fire and Police commis
sioners will hold an Important meeting to-
The new hospital committee will hold a
meeting this evening In the office of T. J.
It Is expected that 150 pupils will enter
the freshmen class of the South Omaha
High school next year.
Prof. Albert Magdang of the Nebraska
State School of Agriculture wag visiting
friends in the city yesterday.
Smith, one of the pitchers for th Duffy.
yesterday afternoon had his finger crushed
by it being struck by a pitched ball while
he wa at the bat.
The Christian Endeavor society of the
First Presbyterian church will hold a bus
iness meeting Tuesday evening of this wtek
witn Miss Sarah Moore.
Eddie Bheehy was placed In the city jail
last night because
that his mind was unbalanced and there
was fear he would become violent.
A general teachers' meeting will be held
May b. Prof. C. E. Flnley of the high
school. Miss Fltsgerald of the Lowell school
and Miss Jane Slocum of the Hawthorn
school will take jam in the program,
The following mrrlag license
Name and Residence.
Charle T. Molloy. Centervllle. Ia...,
Edith Hindley. Centervllle, la
Rmond B. Sawyer, Omaha
Grace Patrick, South Omaha ,
Jo Kucera, Benson
Emma Vomacka, Omaha ,
William H. Carnaby, Omaha
Theresa Ott, Omaha ,
Joseph Potach, South Omaha
Josl Marcan, South Omaha
Ijouis Lebs. Omaha
Maggl Hamer, Benson t
DIAMONDS Edholm, lth at Harney sts.
PIAafONDKrranaer. nth and Dodg.
Mlaa rhelna la F.o.d.
Ta response to a not of Inquiry pub
llehed in The Be Saturday eveninc. Mis
I. mi J. Phelp presented herself at the
Jnuhi poatomce Monday morning and
claimed the letter addressed to tier bv a
rrom Ksnsas Miss Phelps has
ried fur yiu Jtars. but tb
disadvantages such as heaviness and a sticky consistency.
We have carefully studied the taste of the public during
all the fifty years we have been brewing beer and now
offer a brew that will please the consumers not one that
merely pleases us.
Understand that this is a pale, smooth. hiVh trrade
note of Inquiry In The Bee was sufficient
for the necessary Identification and thus
old friends of years ago have been re
united. PALMER'S TRIP SAD BY DEATH
Postmaster (irlevcd at Loss of Old'
Friend, tiesrral Martin
F04tm;slr H. E. Palmer rf turned V.onday
morning from a fifteen-days visit at New
York. Washington and other eastern points.
"A sad Incident is connected with my visit,"
said he, "In the death of General Martin
T. McMalmn, president of the board of
alrectors of the National Home for Dis
abled Volunteers. General McMahon pre
sided at the meeting of the board in New
York, and was apparently In the best of
health. He was taken ill the following day
with pneumonia and died April 21. He was
buried at Arlington, opposite Washington,
Tuesday. General McMahon was on the
staff of General George B. McClellan during
the civil war and was a gallsnt soldier.
General Franklin Murphy of New Jersey
waa elected president of the board of direc
tor to succeed General McMahon.
'I notice that the verdure In Nebraska is
just about as far advanced for the spring
ss In Washington, where ordinarily It is
about two weeks In advance of us.
"While at Washington I succeeded In se
curing a promise from the treasury depart
ment to repair the pavements In the rear
of the federal building here in Omaha and
the work will be begun at once."
STrS. 71"'. . ".'llLfc'Cfc"eM-w-w'
fine special brew that has been
We haven't been able to hit
all these foreign beers with none of their
beer, .jnade of selected Bohemian hops,
for this brew, the best barley the world grows that from
the Northwest the choiceit rice that India produce!, and pure,
sparkling artesian water from our own spring. '
Conditions oi Contest: contestant, may
suggest as many
names as they desire. The name must be short, easy to
pronounce and suggestive. No names ending in "ine" will'
be considered. The name must be one that we can register,
so no proper names will do and no dictionary names except as
descriptive of a certain quality of our beer such as "Velvet"
or "Silk" to indicate its smoothness. Suggestions received
after May 21st, 1906 will not be considered.
Open to Every Man Woman and Child.
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PARMALEE BUYS THE HOTEL
Pays Forty-One Thousand Hollars fur
the Northwestern at Sixteenth
' and Webster.
Frank Parnialee, who sold his property oh
Sixteenth streeX between Capitol avenue nnd
Davenport a few day Hgo to Herman Colin,
has come to the front us the purchaser of
the Northwestern hotel, at the southeast
corner of Sixteenth and Webster streets.
The consideration, which has been kept
secret, is now given out as $41.0o0. Mr. Par
nialee has given to Henry Kruse, the pres
ent proprietor of the hotel, a ten-year lease
on the property. The hotel formerly be
longed to the Penn Mutual Life Insurance
Henry Rleck has bought troin Mr. Thorn
what Is known as the Davis farm, on Cen
ter street, a short distance west of Ruser'g
park. The farm consists of H5 acres, and
Is well Improved. The owner declines for
the present to disclose the price. The liuid
was sold about two years ago by the Omaha
Loan and Trust company to Mr. Thorn, a
ranchman from Wyoming. Mr. Thoin has
decided to go into the sheep business at
Casper, Wyo. Mr. Rieck is about to close a
deal with a local real estate Arm for the
sale of bis forty-acre tract a half mile
north of Krug park, at $250 an acre, the
land tq be platted and placed on the market.
This sale was rumored some time ago.
Archbishop Kenna at Baltimore.
BALTIMORE, April Celebration of
the centenary of the Baltimore cathedral
of this most nutritious of all foods
have already been consumed but
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NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
was continued today. A sermon Wa
preached by Archbishop Keane of Dubuque
la. A meeting of the national alumni as
sociation of the Christian Brothers' school
In auto led to painful accident, but Buck
len's Arnica Salve quickly healed all
wounds. 2ftc. Guaranteed. For sal by
Sherman & MeConnell. '
pedal Homeseekers' Kxcorslon
Via Chicago Great Western railway. Tlok
ets on sale April 24, May 8 and 22 at grestly
reduced rates for th round trip. For
full Information apply to H. H. Churchill,
G. A., 1612 Far.ia-n street. .
TAXPAYERS RUSH . TO PAY
Crowd County Treasurer's Office to
tiet I nder the Wire Before
Scores of taxpayers crowded the county
treasurer's office Monday and jostled egch
other In their eagerness to pay up what
they owed the county. The Aecret Of their
eagerness was disclosed In a sign at the
door, which announced real estate taxes
would become delinquent May 1. At on
time the line of people extended clear out
through the door and Into the main hall
of the court house.
Tuesday several hundred final notlcea In
th scsvenger tax department will become
due for Issuance and servlc of notice.
This will entail considerable work In th
sheriff office, which is required to rv
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