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TnE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, MAY 16. 100G.
to 20th Century anitary Carpet
v . . it ab-olutely sanitary, and will outwear and eutlat all other
flour coveringa at double the ooot. Suitable for aay room or on tee
porch (eapecially adapted for bedroom).
CHZX i moth proof and tra proof. An the typical ausemer floor
ring CKEX stands alese.
CREX la cheap-but QOOD
It will pay you ta examine CREX.
Ceatloai Avoid Imltatloa be eure you get CREX there It eely oae
genuine. Bubstltut which may be represeeted ta be ut tba ma a
CltEXare at Inferior aualltyaad lighter grade. Iailtt en fcavlag"CREX."
Cr Carpets. Fur end Art Panares ere nede f rem the tooth, wiry aralrie
' ra trown in tb Northwest end woven with the et end etrenfe eot
', Jon tirlae. Oa account I Its heary hedf Crex llei let wttheat carlil.
Soti tvhtmtr Carpets re. sold
AMERICAN GRASS TWINE CO, EEtfu&JS&F'
JOBBERS IN OMAHA
. ORCHARD WILHELM CARPET CO.
WOMEN HAVE THE FIRST DAY
Auiliarj Holdt Forth at HUtionary Meet
ing; of Epiaoopal Dioceaa.
OFFICERS ELECTED FOR THE YEAR
After Ceaveatlea Hu Organlaed
Woaaea Read Telegram ta Their
Keailaal Freeldeat, Mrs.
OUR LETTER E3X.
GOLDEN RULE FOR DENTISTS
Gr.it Axiom Laid Town by Chriit Com
mended by Dr. Hippie.
PRESIDENT OF SOCIETY LAUDS IT IN TALK
Impresses It Ipoa State Orayanlaa Hon
In Aanaal Convention aa Safe
Standard of Social
' Baataraa Life.
burn. "Care of the Teeth;" Dr. H. 8. Welt
of Council Bluffs. "Amalgam Work;" Dr.
Q. M. Mullen of Crelghton, "Treatment of
The afternoon was devoted to clinics.
The thirtieth annual meeting of the Ne
biaHka Stute Dental society opened Tues
day morning at the Crelghton Dental col
lege, In a more Industrious fashion and
with a proxpect of larger attendance than
any previous session. More than 100 teeth
experts from all over Nebraska, parts of
Iowa, Omaha and Council BluITs were pres
ent when President Hippie let his gavel
fall at :&. Contrary to the custom of this
and other similar organisations, the full
rrogram of papers and discussions as
mapped out for the morning was completed
k:.d the time not wasted in paying due
nd preliminary organization.
One of the first things the society did
was to adopt a new constitution and by
laws, including arrangements whereby ail
bUMlneflS affairs are placed In the hands
of a touncll of nine, supplemented by the
four executive officers. This Is considered j
an Innovation and one likely to facilitate
the transaction of much petty matters that
formerly had to come before the whole
Three Dnra of It.
The meeting will last three days, terminat
ing Thursday evening with the election or
officers and choice of the next place of
meeting. Tuesday night Omaha dentists
will entertain the visitors and their women
at a general reception at the Elks' club
rooms. Refreshments will be aerved and
music and dancing enjoyed. By Wednesday
fully 200 dentists are expected to be attend
ing the clinics and sessions.
Nearly all of the proceedings were atrlctly
technical, but In opening the meeting rrea
rient Hippie said:
"It Is no new Idea that I have to present.
Ninategn. hundred , years ago the greatest
teacher the world has ever known an
nounced It to his followers as the central
axiom of right, the concentration of humau
morality and the supreme test of social
Justice, 'Whatsoever ye would that men
afiould do to you, do ye even so to them.'.
Ooldea Rale for Dally Life.
"I am not here, to preach a sermon, but
It cannot be too strongly Impressed upon
the 'minds of all of us that the application
of the golden rule In the everyday affairs
of Hfo would solve all its complex prob
lems. If we were to follow Its teachings
In our professional work we would always
render our patients the very best service
in our power and bring to bear upon every
operation all of our knowledge and skill.
If we were to follow Its teachings. In our
relations with our fellow practitioners we
would never seek to obtain an unfair ad
vantage over them In any manner. Codes
of ethics would be unnecessary, Impeach
ment trials would be unknown and we
would all dwell together aa members of
one harmonious family, each trying to as
sist the other and covering- his fault with
the broad mantle of charity and brotherly
"This Is a commercial age and altruism
Is not aa common as It should be, but I
am convinced that the man who ha the
best digestion, sleeps the best at night,
lives the longest and enjoys life the most
la the one who comes nearest to living up
to the rule. "Whatsoever ye would that
men should do to you, do ye even so to
During the morning Dr. W. M. Condon
of Humphrey read a paper on "A Method
of Filling Difficult Root Canals;" Dr. F. R.
Ross of Omaha one on "Conservatism In
Operating;" Dr. L. L. Eells of South Au-
GRAND JUROR TELLS OF JOB
gay Daring Ware Trial Certala
Lawyer Tried to lataeace
The federal grand Jury Is still Investi
gating the matter of the alleged attempt
to Influence the grand Jury of November,
1905, to refrain from bringing an Indictment
against Rev. George G. Ware for con
spiracy In the securing of fraudulent filings
on public lsnds within the V. B. I. Land
and Cattle company'a enclosure in Hooker
county. Some new features In the testi
mony before the grand Jury have been ad
duced, wherein It Is alleged a member of
the November (1906) grand Jury secured
railroad passes for several of the jurors,
presumed to be friendly toward Ware, to
further Influence them against Indicting
A former member of the November (1906)
grand jury said Monday evening he hnd
been approached by an attorney of Hooker
county, who asked him (the Juror) how he
stood on the Indictment against Ware.
"I said to the attorney," remarked the
Juror. 'Do you know who you are talking
to? I am a member of the grand Jury.
He replied he knew that and made a very
strong plea for Ware, stating that he was
a much persecuted man and ought not to
This same attorney was first summoned
as a witness for the government In the
Ware trial, but later went on the stand for
Ware, and gave strong testimony In Ware's
Another Important witness before the
grand Jury Tuesday was Frank Lambert,
the principal witness against Ware, and
who has Just returned from Oregon.
HOMEOPATHS ARE IN SESSION
Nebraska Society Halda Thirty. Third
Annual Meet I a at the
The thirty-third annual meeting of the
Nebraska State Homeopathic Medical so
ciety convened Tuesday morning In parlor
B, Paxton hotel, with a good attendance.
President E. B. Woodard of Lincoln pre
sided, with Dr. F.' F. Teal, secretary, and
Dr. O. S. Wood, treasurer. The morning
session was devoted to the reports of the
various committees and other routine
work. Including the payment of dues. The
reports were referred and the remainder
of the morning session was given over ta
the reception of the visiting delegates by
the local committees. The reading: of
papers scheduled for the morning went
over until the afternoon meeting, which
began at 1:10.
These papers contemplate theses on
technical subjects by various specialists
In the field of materia medica, pediatrics
and electro-tberapeutlcs, to be followed
by a clinical demonstration of mechanical
therapeutics by members of the bureau
Wednesday's program will be devoted to
clinical medicine, obstetrics and gyne
cology with technical papers on the varl
ous phases of this practice.
A banquet will be served Wednesday
evening at the Paxton, to the visiting
The session will close Thursday with
the election of officers. The general sub
Joct of Thursday's meeting will be Sur
gery, with clinical demonstrations.
The first day's session of the meeting of
the annual council of the Episcopal dio
cese of Nebraska was given over to the
women of the diocese, who held the annual
meeting and election of officers of the
woman's auxiliary. The hospitality com
mittee for the woman's auxiliary con
sisted of Mrs. Arthur Williams, Mrs.
Oeorge Beecher, Mrs. T. J. Mackay. Mrs.
Albert Noe and Mrs. John French. These
women saw that all of the visiting dele
gates were entertained and that the wants
of all were supplied.
Mrs. John Inkster entertained Mrs.
Franklch and Mrs. Bagley of Lincoln, Mrs.
Albert Noe entertained two women from
Auburn, Rev. and Mrs. T. J. Mackay en
tertained Mrs. Pslmer of Ashland, Mrs.
A. J. Poppleton entertained Mra. Castetter
and Mrs. Cook of Blair, Mrs. Barkalow en
tertained Mrs. Coupland of Neligh, Mra.
French entertained Mrs. Lyons and Miss
Lyons of Hartlngton, Mrs. C. S. Mont
gomery entertained Mrs. Mulligan and Mra.
Eney of Beatrice. Mrs. U. Dowllng en
tertained Mrs. Welhlte and Mrs. Jusser
of Falls City. Mrs. Phillip Potter enter
talned Mrs. Fales of Ashland, Mrs. Law
rence entertained Mrs. Taylor of Central
City, Mrs. Doup entertained Mrs. Holder
of Central City, Mrs. Aycrlgg entertained
Mrs. Qerlng of Plattsmouth. Among other
delegates, all of whom will be entertained
by the women of the Omaha parishes, are
Mrs. Anderson of Columbus. Mrs. Howard
of Columbus. Mrs. Frlcke of Plattsmouth,
Miss Jean Morton of Nebraska City, Miss
Matteson of Blair, Miss Batty of Blair,
Mrs. Barnes of Tecumseh, Miss Carpenter
of York. Mrs. Clements of Albright. Mrs.
Clarke of Albright. Mrs. Walter White of
Plattsmouth and Mrs. and Miss Lynde of
Ofllcers Arc Elected.
Officers elected at the twentieth annual
meetlna of the Nebraska branch of the
Woman's auxiliary were: Mrs. Chetwood
Hamilton, president; Mrs. A. E. Marsh
Blair: Mrs 8. 8. Fales. Ashland;' Miss
Jean Morton. Nebraska City, and Mrs. J,
E. Franklch of Lincoln, vice presidents;
Mr. A. K. Oualt, Omaha, secretary; Miss
Barbara Gerlng. Plattsmouth, treasurer;
Mrs. Thomas Estll. Florence, secretary of
the Junior auxiliary; Miss Jesse Royee,
Omaha, treasurer of the united offering.
Greeting was sent to Mrs. Worthlngton
In New Tork, the honorary president of
the society. After the reports of the offi
cers pledges from all the dioceses for the
coming year were received and each fund
received generous pledges, somewhat larger
than last year. Among the funds for
which pledges were made were the bishops'
fund, the domestic missions, foreign mis
slons. Miss Crummer's fund, general mis
sions, 8t. Paul's Toklo, Bible Women
Toklo, aged and Infirm clergy, Clarkson
hospital. Miss Hlgglns' African scholarship
and the Crocler.
Day Starts with Coataaaaloa.
The program for Tuesday consisted of
holy communion at 10 o'clock, with Bishop
Williams as celebrant, assisted by Dean
Beecher. The business meeting of the
Woman's auxtl'ary wa held at 11 o'clock,
after which luncheon waa served to the
delegates In the parish house by the women
of Trinity cathedral, Bt. Mathlaa and St.
The general missionary meeting of the
Woman's auxiliary was held at 2:80, with
missionary addresses, and at 4 o clock a
meeting of the Junior auxiliary was held
In the chapel of the church.
A large number of women waa present
from all over the state, although but three
votes were given to each diocese; many
more were present who came aa visitors.
The program for the missionary meeting
consisted of an address of welcome from
Rt. Rev. A. Lu Williams, missionary ad
dresses by Rev. W. F. Madely and Mra.
Madely of Aklta, Japan, and addresses by
Rev. R. B. H. Bell and Rev. E. G. Browne
on "How the Auxiliary Can Increase Inter
est and Efficiency in Our Sunday School
Denial from Bedfard.
OMAHA. May l&.-To the Editor of The
Bee: Tour morning edition contained an
article that I had Interested myself In get
ting passes for some friends, and that I
had taken dinner with a prominent cor
poration representative at O'Brien's. In
regard to above misstatements will say that
there Is absolutely no truth In either of
above statements, and the man or men
that Imposed on your enterprising reporter
by circulating the above falsehoods did so
maliciously or from self-interest. I posi
tively deny getting passes or trying to get
passes for my friends or anyone, directly
or Indirectly. I never took dinner or any
other meal with a corporation representa
tive at O'Brien's or any other place, and
ny statement to the contrary is a willful,
malicious falsehood. Respectfully,
JEFF W. BEDFORD.
SONS OF HERMAN START OFF
Graad Ledge of Kebraaka Draws
Large Delegation from All
Over the Stat.
The biennial meeting of the grand lodge
of the Sons of Herman began its regular I
meeting at Washington hall at 1 o'clock j
Tuesday afternoon with a full attendance
of delegates. The present officers of the
order are new ones to be elected at I
Grand lodge officers: Fritg Volpp, G. P.;
John Schlndler, John Mattes, Jr.; George
Hoffmann, J. H. Lehman n, J. E. Melcher,
arl Rohde, August . Boettcher, August
Brummund, Dr. G. A. Niemann, J. H. Jo
hannes and Gus E. Neumann.
It was understood that J. H. Lobmann,
for the last ten years grand secretary.
would not be a candidate for re-election.
After listening to reports of several com
mittees the lodge took a recess out of re
spect for Its fellow countryman, Carl
This lodge was organised at Norfolk ten
years ago and at present has a member
ship In Nebraska of 2,040. The reserve
fund, established In 1900, Is over 126,000.
The delegates tn attendance are:
Albert Wilde, C. F. A. Marquardt. C. U
Laubsch, Norfolk; Ernst Mlttelstaedt, Pll
ger; August Loerke, Stanton; Jacob Sat
terle, Wiener; William Huwaldt,, Osmond;
August Krohn, Randolph; Carl Hahlbeck,
Hooper; H. S. Kloke, Martin Peters,
Bloomfleld; Louis H. Harms, South Au
burn; William Plepenstock, Otto Voget,
Henry Koch, Waynef Louis Thlea, Wln-
slde; J. H. Kersenbrok. L. Plath, August
Bchack, John Graf. Columbus; Carl Mets-
ger, Leigh; William Gebert, August Toung,
Dr. Stockert, Nebraska City; August Juhls,
Pierce; Paul Hampel, Frltx Boesklng, Tal.
mage; John Wlebelhaus. Hartlngton; W.
A. Rathsack, Schuyler; Henry Atzbach, J.
Peters, John Hall. Fremont; Hermann
Blermann, Dakota City; Ous Koplln, Henry
Buehrlng, Nick Hansen, Bcrlbner; B. M.
Mohr, Hans Schrank, Omaha; Frits Funk.
Madison; W. C. Spllttgerber, Alton: Henry
Schwarts, Crelghton; J. F. Claussen, Frits
Wenke, Pender; F. J. Freltag. South
Omaha; August Geseklng, 8ewsrd; Ernst
Enke, Henry Jensen, Emerson; Paul Felst
ner, Johnson; Frits Schule, Lincoln; A. V.
D. Heyde, Charles TCIappenburg. Henry
Potter, W. Schllchtlng. Grand Island; John
Lens, Beatrice; Peter Poelott. West Point;
F. F. Mende, Atkinson; T. K. Hansen,
TUden; George Brandt, Hastings; H. M.
Shoes Your Feet Will
Dull! lor Comfort and Wear,
as Well as to Look Stylish.
Men who have heretofore pnitl FT
$4.00 ami $4.50 for their I- ) lITiJ
summer oxfords won't this
year if they see the swell
shapes we're featuring nt. . .
The smartest and shapeliest laep, luittru
and Hluoher styles, with medium-weight welt
soles, on straight or swine: lasts. Oxford
that'll keep their shape as long as you wear
them, and which will wear better than any
shoe you ever slipped your foot into $3.50
fits your feet perfectly.
SUIT ON CITY THAT NEVER WAS
Man Who Inherit! Uninhabited Metropolis
Snei to Esoape Pajin Taxes.
ALSO WANTS TO PLOW HIS CORN IN PEACE
Like Goldsmith's Seaerted Vlllace la
Thla Story Which Cornea
Dowa from Boom that
. . Tho Strnnareal - Thlaa;
that could happen would be a case of oon
stlpatlon that Dr. King's New Life Pills
wouldn't cure. Guaranteed. 26 cents. For
sale by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
Special Homeeeekors Bxcwrslona
Via Chicago Great Western railway. Tlok
eta on sale April 24. May I and 22 at greatly
reduced rates for the round trip. For
full Information apply to H. H. Churchill,
Q. A.. 1612 Farnam street.
Go to New Tork on the Lohlg-h.
Double track scenic highway. Connects
at Buffalo or Niagara Falls with all lines
from the weat
Write passenger department, Lehigh Val-
fey R. R-, tit South Clark St.. Chicago, 111.
Like Goldsmith's "Deserted Village" Is
the story of a lawsuit that has been begun
In the Vnlted States circuit court by Guy
L. Abbott against James K. Lane and Ham
ilton J. Coates. The suit Is to enjoin the
defendants from trespassing on the grounds
or the gaunt, houseless, streetless village
of Pleasant Hill, that nearly thirty years
ago appeared In all Its glory on paper In
alluring prospectuses, an addition to which
F.sra L, Abbott bought and held until he
died In 1903.
Pleasant Hill city was located In Saline
county, Nebraska, and was, according to
the promoters, to become a rural metropo
lis. Er.ra L. Abbott bought a good slice
of the paper city from J. K. Lane, was
given the necessary titles and deeds and
waited for the railroads that never came
and for the people who did not Invest.
In the meanwhile zra L. Abbott held on
to the property and planted the embryo
city block in corn, potatoes and other sub
stantial In order that he might be In on
the ground floor when the rush of popula
tion came, with provender necessary for
He waited and waited and then he died.
Brother Gets It.
Pleasant Hill quietly reverted to his next
of kin, his brother, Guy L. Abbott, In 1M8.
The new possessor proceeded to cultivate
the plot, but overlooked the formality of
paying the necessary taxes tor streets,
paving, guttering and curbing and other
privileges of a city, and by some means
Pleasant Hill got on the delinquent tax
list and was sold at sheriff's sale to Ham
ilton J. Coates.
The new tax lien owner then began to
drive over the unmarked streets of the
city that was to be with the soft-sounding,
alluring name and thereby destroyed and
trampled down the crops of Mr. Abbott.
Now Mr. Abbott wants the tax lien sale
set aside and Hamilton L. Coates en
Joined from further trespass on the crop-
planted streets of Pleasant Hill, and that
the plaintiff be confirmed In the peaceable
possession of his deserted vllage.
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removable linings with non
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Has one large one-piece star
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will make a price, while they
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When you have anything to trada ad
vertise It In the "For Exchange" column
of The Bee want ad page.
DIAMONDS Frenzer, 18th and Dadga ata
We make them la our own shop;
doable vlaloa leneee In which the
separation la practically Invisible.
To naera of two pair of glaases.
To waarera of ugly old fashioned
blfocale. To thoae who appreciate
To all these Sho-Not Blfocale are
WB ARB SPECTACLE MAKERS.
IIUTESON OPTICAL CO.
21S South 10th Street.
Factory on the Promisee.
SHOT RESULT OF FIST FIGHT
Wonndlna; of Joe l.ahajh Raid
Have Come from Free-for-AU.
Evidence In the caae of Thomas Koslel,
who is charged with shooting- Joe Labgh
wun intent to oo great Doauy injury, at a
Polish dance In South Omaha January 28,
was begun In Judge Sutton's court Tuesday
Labgh, the victim, went on the stand and
told hla story through an interpreter. He
fs still suffering from the gunshot wound
he received In the chin and neck and he had
his ohln bandaged with court plaster.' Ac
cording to the witnesses, the shooting waa
the result of a free-for-all fight Several
of the men threatened to "lick" Koslel and
he ran Into a bedroom and shut the door.
mm ngni waxea eo nerce, according to
one witness, that the clock stopped. Labgh
and hla companions ran out of the house
They returned a few minutes later to get
their hats. Several pistol shots were fired
and then a shotgun waa discharged the
charge striking Labgh. The Identity of the
persona who. fired the shots waa hard to
get at, owing to the darkness. '
Labgh was so badly Injured a physician
and a priest were sent for. Hla recovery
waa a surprise to hla physician, who
thought he was fatally Injured.
PAPILLION WANTS GOOD ROAD
larsy Coaaty Commercial dab Re-
ram Co-Oocratloa of Omaha
flah far Object.
President Langdon of the Papllllon Com
mercial club was present at the meeting of
the executive committee of the Omaha
Commercial club Tuesday and asked Its co
operation In an endeavor to get the Doug
las county authorities to Improve the road
from the county line Just above Papllllon
to Center street.
This Is a distance of nearly five miles In
straight line, but on account of the fact
that one mile Is not rut through the trav
eler from Papllllon must go two or three
miles farther before he reaches Center
street. Mr. Langdon wants the road cut
through and graded. The Omaha club
promised its co-operation and appointed E.
A. Benson. John Steel and T. A. Fry
committee to visit the county commission
ers Monday in company with three men
from the Papllllon club.
An Invitation was received to send dele
gates to the Tranamlsslislppl Commercial
congress, which will meet in Kansae City
November 10 and 23. The appointment of
delegates was postponed.
The committee to recommend a new com
missioner asked for more time, which was
The following marriage licenses have been
Name and Residence. Age.
Joseph Unger. Jr.. Chicago, 111 M
Anna Schmidt, Omaha 23
Arthur Dahl, Sioux Falls. S. D 24
Stella Bayles, Sioux Falls. 8. D U
DIAMONDS Sdbous. Ittth Harney ata
Rnrrlara entered the Flrat Methodist
church Monday evening and stole a black
mackintosh coat, ine iniruaera raisea a
rear window. . . y .
J. L. Kemp of 2613 Leavenworth atret
reported to the police mat Monaay nignt
thieves broke Into nis barn ana sioie an
armful of harness.
Two watches and BOA cigars were stolen
Monday night oy thieves, who entered the
restaurant of Mary Schlank, S14 South
Tenth street. A rear door was pried
James Gladwin has begun suit In district
court against A. Q-. Edwards and J. H.
Merchant asking for the cancellation of a
contract he made with them. Under the
terms of the contract they were to manu
facture and place on the market 600 patent
scientific washing machines. He says they
not only refuse to carry out the contract.
but also to relinquish it so mat ne can
enter Into a new one with someone else.
Pica Offered at Iaeacat by R. L.
Johnaoa for Killing Jena
Tueaday morning Coroner Bralley held
an inquest into the death of John John
son, who was fatally stabbed Saturday
evening at 1S2S Howard street by R. L.
Johnson. The Jury returned a verdict
In which It was recommended the de
fendant be held for further Investigation.
R. L. Johnson Is being held by the police
on the charge of murder. The prisoner
maintained he stabbed his antagonist in
The testimony offered at the inquest
was In the main the same as the story
already told of the affray. The prisoner
took the stand and told of how he ac
cused Johnson of having his tobacco, key
and razor, which accusation angered the
man who was killed. The witness went
through the stabbing scene, showing Jmt
how he Inflicted the mortal wound. Dell
Wiseman, the chief witness of the stab
bing, has not yet been located by the
police. Wiseman was the man who fired
the shot at the time of the stabbing.
Dr. W. R. Lavender, who performed the
post-mortem examination, stated that
Johnson had been stabbed twice, while
the Drisoner declared he only atabbed
Anna The fatal wound nenetrateit nAtfrlv !
- r . j
five Inches, touching the lungs and heart
of the victim.
NIGHT CHICAGO TRAIN
TAKE DINNER AT HOME.
It leaves Omaha 8:05 p. m.
It arrives Chicago 9:03 a. m.
DAY CHICAGO TRAIN
It leaves Omaha 7:25 a. m.
It arrives Chicago 8:45 p. m.
AFTERNOON CHICAGO TRAIN
It leaves Omaha 3:45 p. m.
It arrives Chicago 7:00 a. m.
Tickets, berths, folders, rates and information at
City Ticket Office, 1502 Farnam St.
BASSETT REPLIES TO WIFE
Waahlngtea Maa Attache Her Potltloa
for Dlvoroo aa Not
Charles C. Basset t of Washington, D. C,
has filed a demurrer tn the divorce
brought against him by Fannie Rice Bas-
sett tn which he attacks her petition. He
declares It does not state sufficient grounds
to entitle her to a decree and that It shows
upon Its face facta which would prevent
her from getting a divorce. It also denies
the Jurisdiction of the court.
jonn ureener has applied for a dlvoroo
from Katie Greener on the grounds she
deserted htm five years ago. He alao wants
the court to give him title to some real
estate he purchased and placed In hla wife's
Minnie Madoen has been given divorce
from Carl L Madaen by Judge Kennedy
one cnargea nonaupport and cruel treat
ment. Her maiden name, Minnie Ttedeman,
BURNAM DROPS TWO PLUMS
City Attorney. Elect Handa Oat Places
Back to Think.
City Attorney-elect Burnam said Tuesday
morning he would bestow two stenographic
positions in the legal department upon Miss
Susan Peaainger and Miaa Sarah Marks.
He held a long conference with Assistant
City Attorney Herdman, but on emerging
said he had nothing to give out on any
subject except the appointment mentioned.
As to the proposed creation of the ofnoe
of corporation counsel and the continued
nonexistence of the office of eecond assist
ant city attorney, he said these things were
for the council to decide.
Ig. Dunn baa filed bis bond aa aaalatant
city attorney and gone to Excelsior Springs
to recuperate from an attack of rheuma
tism. The law books of the two new In
cumbents of the legal department will be
moved in this week. 'City Attorney Breen
Is looking around for private law offices.
but ha not yet found any to hi fancy.
Yes. 100,000 times each day.
it send out good blood or bad
You know, for good blood is good
health; bad blood, bad health. Ask
your own doctor about taking Ayer s
Sarsaparilla for thin, impure blood.
He knows all about this medicine.
rrana t. uranam or Everett, wash . was
a guest at the Commercial club Tuesday
Robert Vierllng of Chlcaco la la the oitv.
A. H. Cullen of Beatrice waa in Omaha
on Dullness luesoay.
W. T. Thornton, a resident of Omaha
nrieen yeara ago, la looking up old ac
quaintance here. He ia Wealed at tfehe-
We have no secrets! We publish
the formulas of all our medicines.
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Illinois Central's Excursion Bulletin
American Medical Astutciation Meeting One fare plug $1.00,
tickets on sale May 3 let to June 9th, good returning until June
18th, with privilege of extending until July 15th.
Firt Church of Christ Kcieutikt Meeting One fare plus 1.00,
tickets on sale from May 31st to June 9ih, good returning until
June 18th, with privilege of extending until July 15th.
Home Coming Week for Kentuckiana One fare plus 15c,
tlclteta on Bale June 11th, 12th and 13th, good returning until Jane
23rd. with privilege of extending until thirty (30) days from date
ST. PAUL MINN.
General Federation of Woman's Club One fare plus $1.00,
tickets on sale May 28th to 31st, good returning until June 9th,
with privilege of extending until July 15th.
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
National Council, Knights of Columbus' Annual Convention
One fare plus $2.00, tickets on sale June 1st to 4th, good returning
until June 9th, with privilege of extending until June 30th.
German Baptist Brethren Meeting One fare plus $100, tickets
on sale June 1st to 4th, good returning until June 15th, with
privilege of extending until June 30th.
Tickets and further information at City Ticket Office, 140$
Farnam Bt., Omaha, Neb.
S. N0ETH, DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT.
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