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THE OMAHA' DAILY BEE: MONDAY. JITLY f. lpnft.
POSSIBILITIES OF AMERICA
Pif f Fw Hatioa to Uplift Hanfciad
' TJilimited, 8ajs Ir. Wadiwofth.
COUNTRY BLESSED AS NONE OTHER IS
Preefaeat ! Hlleae DmIMm
'PeltHoal cerraailow rrl
PeH eee Cra-ee Geseel
' "The Possibilities of America In Lpltfbting
Mankind," was th ubjert dealt with by
president Guy C. Wadsworth of Bellevue
college In sermon at St. Mary's Avenue
Congregational church Sunday morning.
Ir. Wadswortn outlined the greatnese of
th fnlted Slate In area, population.
Health and Intelligence, quoting figure.
II do ihla." said he. "to quicken your
imagination and to stimulate our memories
and not In a vein of flattery. If -
great, -what are we to do with our great
ness? We. have prospects If Ood la with ua
and we keep close to Him to niaka It th
greatest empire by all odds that history
ha told na nythlng about.
"Ood haa given ua wealth without Hint.
Our eup of rommerrlal and financial bless
ings is beginning to run over. This is the
way Ood haa dealt with a people from
whom ha expects great returns. Tha wealth
Is not given to us to make us proud or to
forget Ood. hut that we may remember
that He save tis the power to get It and tha
responsibility that goes with It.
T.IM of Satlvlty.
"There Is another gift which God has
made to vis for which we ought to thank
Hire every day. and that Is that we belong
to the great branch of hiimsnklnd. the
Anglo-Saxon race. Peihnps the beet gift
of all. however, is that of unconquerable
optimism. Show me the man who never
knows when he Is Wten and that man
never i hentt-n. Victory Is sure to come
to rrrti who have faith, for faith and vic
tory gn sld by side.
"The nations of the world admit thai
(od hss- blessed ours as He has no other
part of His footstool, and consequently
Kiev are looking to us ss the land of
promise whore the surt of hope never sets,
Put the fireworks are a thing of the past,
The Fourth of July speeches have been
thought out and spoken and It. Is time
to give some sober uttentlon to the dangers
of our nation. The man of unbounded op
timism 'who never takes a moment to
weigh the difficulties in his path Is like a
ship with full sail but no rudder. What
Is a patriot wlfhout a little common sense
and the ability to look Into the difficulties
that fnce him and to solve them as they
should Mr solved?
Political Corruption a Peril.
"Political corruption Is a practical danger
that confronts us. There are signs of hope
but all Is not accomplished by any manner
or means. By 19Jn we are told by statis
ticians our urban population will be greater
than our suburban population and we
must look seriously after the government
of our cities. ,
"The Bible does not say that money Is
the root of evil. It does say that the love
of money Is the. root of all evil. History
shows that when Rome reached a certain
, state of lichea It Immediately began to go
down to destruction. It. Is not necessary
for us to look back to the corrupt days of
' Oreeee and Rome. In our cities today
crimes are committed that cause any one
to blush to even contemplate describing
them in public crimes as bad as any In
the time of Nero or the worst days of
"What ia the remedy? The remedy Is
perfectly sure. It la religion and morality.
It Is false to say that the bulk of tha
preachers of this country are cringing be
fore tha Influence of wealth or other In
fluence of a material nature. Th gospel
lor) ay la preached with power, faith and
simplicity, and It Is the hope of the nation.
Th dangers of wealth are nothing when
Wealth is .brought forward and conse
crated ta God. - God loves the rich man who
uses his .wtalth to make the world better,
to dry the tears of the grief -stricken, as
suage the pain of the afflicted and spread
the gospel through every land."
think that we ean get along without
righteousness. We must lay asids tha sin
which so easily besets us and seek Ood.
Wa should not put our light of doing good
works under a bushel, but let It shine
out aa an Inspiration to others. The spirit
of Ood moves In a mysterious way. W
may not understand It. but we are safe In
following It. Where hspplness restg there
csn b no evil, and happiness Is In doing
LABELED CANS ERE JULY ENDS
Secretary Wilsoa i( Morbc Bapidlj.ia
APPOINTMENTS BY CIVIL SERVICE
iana'e Uaaraaty ea Meat Pree-
et la F.iaected ta Give TO em a
Staadlaa- la World' Market
(or All Tlaaa.
FARF.WEI.I, TO RKV. A. J. P0l.0l
Plymoatk Carea-atloaal Paatar Oaee
T. M. C. A. la Mlrblaaa.
Rev. Arthur J. Folsom of Plymouth Con
gregational church preached his farewell
sermon to a large congregation Sunday
morning. He will leave Tuesday for Orsnd
Rapids. Mich., where he will have charge
of the religious work of the Toung Men irt and wUnln th t two or three weeks
Christian association. Mr. Folsom took for every one of the largr packing houses from
(From a Staff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON. D. C. July .-(Speelal.)
Secretary Wilson Is rapidly perfecting the
organisation of the meat Inspection serv
his subject Sunday morning "The Steadying
Power," and for his text the words of Paul
In Aacts xlx, a: "I Must Also See Rome.
Paul' life wss one of singleness and
continuity of purpose,'1 said Mr. Folsom.
" 'I will know nothing but Jesus Christ and
him crucified." was his motto, and divinely
Boston to Denver will be supplied with a
force of Inspectors to pass upon the health
fulness of every pound of beef which en
ters Into commerce between the state.
The secretary, who haa absolute discre
tion In the matter of fixing the compensa
tion of the Inspection force, has not yet
Inspired to preach tha gospel to the Ro- announced the salaries to be paid, but this
mans, hs said, "I must also' see Rome, has not caused a deficit of applicants, and
and never swerved from his purpose. It there will be no desrth of men willing to
was In the yesr of our Ixjrd 54 snd Rome serve their country, even In such unat
had reached the height of paganism under tractive places as the slaughter pens and
Nero Caesar, the greatest coward who picking house plants of the great centers
ever lived, and yet the most powerful man of the trade. When the committee on agrl
of the world at that day. What could Paul culture of the house first voted to suspend
accomplish by preaching the gospel In the the civil service law so a to enable Secre
city of the pagan Nero? The Romans tary WUson to make appointments promptly
ould make sport of him. they would feed it was with the understanding that the
him to the beasts, they would light their civli Brvioe commission could not supply
arena with his burning body. Did Paul the demand for this particular line of em-
reallxe the extent of the work he wa to payment. It must be understood that no
start? Did he have visions of churche and one Is eligible for appointment s a mest
schools, a Christian world and a famous Inspector who has not been trained In a col-
name for himself? No, he wa Inspired by
one divine purpose he must preach Christ
and must preach Him In Rome. And when
Faul came before the great Nero he was
steady, calm, confident, knowing Ood was
his help. Ood was his steadying power.
"Let us look upon the trials and Borrows
of life with calmness, holding fast to Ood,
our steadying power. Out In the storm
the waves roll high around us, but we cling
to the plank our hands touch; It Is Ood,
the steadying power. Tou may lose your
family and your worldly possessions, hut
see that you hold fast to Ood. You may
be sick and weary, almost ready to give
up the struggle of life, but hold fast to
God. Do not pity i'aul; he does not need
It. God Is his helper and he has confidence
and singleness of purpose. Rather pity the
man who weeps and groan under the
weight of his own pleasures.
"Remember, too, tht ther are always
soul trusting in your true heart and they
will need your cheer. Just a the sailors
needed the reassuring words of Paul on the
voyage to Rome. Stand calm, steady and
confident, passing through Asia, Mace
donia, . Jerusalem and finally on to Rome.
lege of veterinary surgery. But nearly
every member of the committee declared
that he. Individually, bad no desire to be
consulted In the matter of appointments.
Just as soon as the president declared his
opposition to the anti-civil service clause
of the bill it was promptly stricken out;
there was not a dissenting vote. It I now
announced that the civil sen-Ice eligible list
Is sufficiently well equipped with the name
of veterinary graduates, who have passed
the examinations prescribed, to Insure the
appointment of an adequate force a fast a
the other necessary preliminaries can be
labeled Can loss oa Sal.
It will be some months before the new
law can be put Into effect In every city of
the country. But before the end of July
the shelvea of the retail stores. In the
larger cities at least, will be supplied with
canned meat product bearing upon thalr
labels the stamp of the federal govern
ment, showing first that the animal from
which they were made were healthy when
slaughtered, next that the carcasses ex
hibited no signs of disease and most Im
portant of all, perhaps, that the content
Before voif reach Rome'vou msv b ahln.
wrecked, and with the steadying power of of tne can w" PrePr' " absolutely
God you will be able to hold out your hand """"7 manner
to your fellow and say, "Be of good
cheer, we are not lost; we will reach
I.OVAI.TY WILL BR WATCHWORD
Motto of Omaha for Baptist
Loyalty," the motto displayed on the b destroyed or sold for a song, but once
No other country on earth has enacted
such stringent regulations to govern the
killing of animals for human food or the
preparation of food products. It will take
some months to retake the European mar
kets which have been lost and in the in
terlm hundreds of tons of American canned
meats, now In European warehouses, will
banner all over town to welcome the com
ing of the young people to the meeting
of the Baptist Young People's union In
this city this week, wa taken as the
theme of a sermon Sunday morning by
Kev. J. W. Conley at the First Baptist
church, the text being "Whosoever will
conlesa me before men him will I also
confess before my father which I In
"Thl word loyalty will be displayed in
Omaha thl week as It never wa before,"
said Dr. Couley. "The street cars, wagon
and home will fly the banners bearing
the Inscription, 'Loyalty to Christ.' If
we are ever to become noted for our
loyalty It will be loyalty to a person and
that person should be Jesus Christ. Many
things In life we cannot understand, but
we can understand a person such a Jesus
'The word Joyalty directs attention to
cannot be deprived
that label of the t'nlted States Department
of Agriculture become recognised as an
absolute guaranty of wholesomeness and
healthfulness the meat Industry of America
will have, obtained, a standing throughout
the world of which It
Regulation for putting into effect the
pure food bill are also being perfected and
these two measures, affecting as they do
practically the entire food aupply of the
country ought to relieve the fear of the
squeamish, especially when It is recalled
that the federal legislature now taxes oleo
margarine and "renovated" butter; compels
the branding of "filled'' cheese and "mixed"
flour, by four separate statutes; permit
whiskey to be bottled In bond. Including
all It fusel oil, and has just enacted an
other law to permit the "fortification" of
sweet still wines.
Within a Tew years It is my hope to have
f consulates," the secretary w par
ticularly fortunate In obtaining the ser
vice ef men euallflod In every tespect for
the Important, duties Imposed upon them,
and ao far a can be judged at present, he
ha also assured a score or more men for
consular places of exceptional merit.
In this connection It I worthy of nol
that In transferring the duty of collating
and publishing consular reports from tha
Stat department to the Department of
Commerce and Labor a wise move - wa
wade. That most valuable of government
publications, known a th Dally Consular
Reports. Is published under the direct su
pervlslon of Major John M. Carson and
Mr. E. J. Oibson. The former was for a
quarter of a century the Washington cor
respondent of the Philadelphia Ledger, and
he wa for several years during thrt
period clerk to the committee on way
nd mean during th Incumbency of "Pig
Iron" Kelley and William McKinley a
chairman. Mr. Gibson waa for a long
period the Washington correspondent of
the Philadelphia Press. Both Kentlemep
are thoroughly equipped newspaper men
nd there are none better posted on the
foreign commercial relations of thl coun
try than Messrs. Carson and Oibson. The
Dally Consular Report are recognised by
manufacturers and exporters as of the
greatest value, and they will continue to
Increase In importance with the "reorgan
ised" consular service behind them.
LORD'? 91 PPER ., SYMBOL OK JOY
Mot lateaded aa a . Fast, Saya Dr.
A. . C. Clark.
The Institution of the Lord's supper and
it significance was the topic of the sermon
by Dr. A. S. C. ' Clarke at Lowe Avenue
Presbyterian church yesterday morning be
for the administering of the sacrament.
He traced the origin of th service In the
Jewish. Feast of the Passover. Joy, he de
clared, and not fasting;, wa the significant
Idea of the aacrament.
"The feast haa been perverted from n
original meaning by some of the churches,"
he aaid. ' "We must get out of our minds
the id'ea 'Of tha priest and the sacrifice in
the simple servlfo around the table. Our
service grew out of the Feast of the Pass
over. ' W.' too, have the lamb. We must
have the lamb. Christ, before we take part
In the feast. 'We know how we feel when
we speaa or one mat na gone from us.
W cn almost feel his presence. That Is
what the t-ord'e snpper doe for us. It
is a ' symbol. It' wa never intended we
should believe by some hocus pocus the
bread and ; the wine actually become the
flesh and th blood. It should bring to our
recollection the love of the Redeemer, like
the star and stripe bring back to the
traveler the thrill of the love of country.
"Th unleavened bread la here the symbol
of'aorlty and incerity. Before the feast
th Jew aearched their houses for leaven
and If they found any they put It away.
That I what th Ixrd want u to do, to
search our heart for malice and untruth
and when we have found It put it away
from us. The bitter herb signified repent
ance.' Th wine in the scripture Is the sym
bol' of joy. It la not Intended as a fast,
aa.aome churche teach. It Is a feast and
Intended as a symbol of 'joy."
.AY HOLD OK THK LIFK YtKHSAL
krr. Mr.- Uroh I'raea God laatead of
Trivial Fa ar Ira.
' Lay Hold on Eternal Life" was the sub.
Jett of th discourse of Rev.- Ionard Oroh
at Bt. Mark' Lutheran church Sunday
i "In hi epistl to Timothy, Paul uttered
a strong warning against worldline and
the- faocinatloa of worldly affairs." said
Mr, Groh,. "and Paul sought to impress
upon Timothy the full necessity of holding
fast, to the eternal life and it promises,
rather than worldllnes. There should be
half-heart ednevs in our forgiveness of
thoa who w may think have wronged
us. 'Veageanee la mine. I will repay,' salth
th Lord, and 'Whatsoever ye shall measure
ta ethers, so. It shall be measured unto
you. .1 have area thl lesson exemplified
often In my own life. It behooves us to
free from. th. wrath to come, a we would
from a plague, earthquake or panic. Flee
ye. therefor, from worldllne. We become
pellbound and. fascinated by the visible
temptation of worldly affaire. W should
follow after Godliness, faith, meekness,
love and patience,' against which ther Is
b -law, dtvlM or human. These thing
are th fruit of the spirit, right th good
flght that you may say, with I'aul. 'I have
fought th good fight. I have finished my
eourse.' Without faith It is Impossible to
be with Ood. Year faith meen your oon
VieUon of th mer f of Ood. We must not
the very center of Christian life. The potatoes labeled by government experts
power of Christianity can be found In and onions deprived of their scent through
the person of Jesus Christ and In the true the efforta of the Bureau of Plant Industry
Christian life Is faithfulness to a purpose, and perhaps the day will come when a
We owe allegiance not to an institution, chemical analysis of the contents of every
not to a creed, not to a form of worship, egg will be required to be stamped on the
MARINE HOSPITAL SURGEONS
Examlaatloaa for Admtaaloa to ferv-
le to Be Held In Aagast at
A board of officers will b convened to
meet at the bureau of public health and
marine hospital service, S B street, 8. E.,
Washington, D. C, Monday, August (, at
11 a. m , for the purpose of examining
candidate for admission to the grade of
assistant surgeon In the public health and
marine hospital service.
Candidate must be between 12 and 89
year of ge, graduate of a reputable
medical college and must furnish testi
monial from responsible persons as to
their professional and moral character.
The following Is the usual order of the
examinations: (1) Physical, (2) oral, (3)
written, (t) clinical.
In addition to th physical examination
candidates are required to certify that
they believe themselves free from any ail
ment which would disqualify them for
service In ny climate.
The examination are chiefly In writing
and begin with a short autobiography of
the candidate. The remainder of the writ
ten exercise consist In examination on
the various branches of medicine, surgery
The oral examination Include subjects
of preliminary education, history, litera
ture and natural sciences.
The clinical examination Is conducted at
a hospital, and when practicable candidates
are required to perform surgical opera
Hons on a cadaver. ' '
Successful csndldates will be numbered
according to their attainments on exam
ination and will, be commissioned In the
same order as vacancies occur.
Upon appolntement the young officer
are, as a rule, first assigned to duty at
one of the large hospitals, as at Boston,
New Tork. New Orleans, Chicago or San
After five years' service' assistant sur
geons ar entitled to examination for pro
motion to the grade of , passed assistant
Promotion to the grade Of surgeon is
made according to seniority and after duo
examination as vacancies occur In that
grade., , ,
Assistant surgeon receive $1 . V : passed
assistant . surgepos, K,0OO, and aurgeons
$?,500 a year.- W'hen quarters are not pro
vided commutation at the rate of $.10, o
and IM a month., according to grade, Is
allowed. . , K
All grades above that of assistant sur
geon receive longevity pay, 10 per centum
In addition to the regular salary for every
five year' strvlr up to. 40 per centum
after twenty year' servicq.
The tenure of office is permanent. Offl
cer traveling under orders are allowed
For further Informstlon or for Invitation
to appear before the Board of Examiners
address The Surgeon General. Public
Health and Marine Hospital Service,
Washington. D. C.
MILL CITY VIEW HILL LINE
MinBetpolia lfe S in Aihland Cut-Off
Bir Fedtr f Grain for It,
OMAHA DEALERS THINK DIFFERENTLY !
Ciato C ity Elevator Mea Reaard It a
Aaotber Oppertaalty ta Reach
Seaboard Market Via
Grain men of Minneapolis think they see ,
In James J. Hill's new cut-off from Ash-
Isnd to 8loux City a great help to the grain '
market of Minneapolis. They think they
see In that line an effort on the part of j
Mr. Hill to capture for Minneapolis the Im- !
mense tonnage of grain grown in the east- '
St Mrt nt VKvI.b An Unrllnvtnn I
nd the cut-off. , They claim that while Mr.
8tlckney with his Great Western ha been
trying to build up Omaha aa a grain mar
ket, "th Oreat Northern haa quietly been
at work on the Ashland loop which, by
way of that otherwise unimportant ststion.
a connected th Burlington and Oreat
Northern, opened up a more direct route
to Minneapolis, msde possible closer co
operation and quicker transfer of north
bound freight and made the Oreat North
ern a powerful competitor for the Minne
apolis haul on grain that in greater part
a heretofore gone east to Chlcsgo."
That Is th way th grain men at Minne
apolis look at th situation, but the grain
men of Omaha think they see In the
building of the rosd another outlet for i
Nebraska grain and that Is via Duluth,
wher Mr. Hill will get the haul all the ,
way by means of his own boats to Buffalo.
To carry out thl plan, the Burlington and 1
Great Northern have announced the same I
rates from Duluth to Nebraska point as
apply from Chicago and these rates un
doubtedly will be reversed.
Th Burlington and Great Northern 'now
own lines from Sioux City to Ashland,
from Bloux City to O'Neill and to Niobrara
and Bloux City to Wllmar and can get a
direct haul of this from Sioux ' City to
Minneapolis and Duluth. Chicago has con
trolled this business for some time. Of late
the south has been getting a large share
and now a new outlet haa been sprung to
Instead of being Jealous of Minneapolis
In the new position It will occupy In refer
ence to thi grain which undoubtedly will
move to the north In large quantities, the
Omaha dealer have tried to prevail upon
the Burlington to build a connecting link
with the new cut-oft that grain from this
market may also seek an outlet to the
not to historic descent, but to the person
of Jesus Christ. Loyalty implies Intelli
gence and study of the word of God. Loy
alty must have courage in it makeup.
We must magnify Christ aa He really is
and put our thought on Him aa He la.
"If we wish to be loyal to Christ we must
recognise the feature of HI life first aa
a Savior of men, aecond aa a teacher and
third as an Interpreter of life. Life Is the
riddle of the universe ana He alone can
tell us the causes of life's disorders. Lastly,
we must recogntxe Him a commander.
He I our prophet, priest and king, all are
combined In Him."
shell before rMs. Farmer trades her hen
fruit for sugar and tea at the general store
at the "Corners."
Problaa- Alleaed Ponder Trast.
By the time congress reconvene In De
cember the Department of Justice will prob
ably be in possession of all the facts con
nected with the existence of the alleged
Powder trust. During the session Just
closed congress has been bombarded with
circulars calling attention to the alleged
existence of the trust and the fact that
the government Is paying nearly twice aa
much for It powder aa it costs to manu
facture a like grade at the small govern
ment factory at Indian Head. These cir
culars more than intimate that certain offi
cers in the United States navy are the
patentees of the process under which
smokeless powder Is made and that the pat
ent right should by law be vested In the
Mr. M. F. Burroughs, an old and well
known resident of Bluffton, Ind., says: "I
regard Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
niArrhnps Remedv aa the verv best remedv
for bowel trouble. I make this tatmen't Un,te1 Btat" ov"nmnt " "t n the
after having used the remedy in my family
for several years. I am never without It
It 1 learned upon excellent authority
that the administration has taken the
preliminary ateps toward securing the
necessary evidence upon which to base
I legal proceedings. If a tithe of the state
ment made In the circulars so generally
distributed proves to be well founded it
To Correct False Regvorta.
Tha report being circulated that Hayden
Bro. are using the depositors' money In
their business is absolutely untrue.
The deposit In Hayden Bro.' bank ar
loaned on the best and most available - ' Probable that another
curlty for the safety of the depositors, aenator will be mixed up in a federal legal
Not only that, but Hayden Broa.' bank tangle, for It 1 well known that Colonel
ha more olld wealth and caah resourc Dupont of Delaware, who ha at laat uc
for it liabilities than any other bank w eeeded in reaching a seat in the kenate, Is
know of. either In tin state or elsewhere. he hMld and, f ront of ,ne powder
There I no mortgage or Incumbrance of
any kind on Hayden Bro.' property; It 1
all clear to strengthen and support th
bank asset in case of panic or adverse
conditions of any kind. It might be well
to think of these facts when making your
Hayden Bros.' bank will pay 4 per cent
Interest from July I on all deposit mad
before July 15; no notice required to with
draw your money.
HAYDEN BROS., BANKERS.
fta.HO te tt. Past -a Mlaaeaaiolls
rrom Oman, via Chicago Oreat Wests'
Railway. Ticket oa sal dally after May
II to September 10. Final return limit,
October SL Equally low rate to , other
points in Minnesota, North Dakota, Wiscon
sin and lower Michigan. For further In
formation apply to H. H. Churchill, gsoarsj
agent, l&tf Farnam street, Omaha.
plant In the country.
But whether or not the investigation
result in the discovery of the existence
of an unlawful trust, it is certain that the
price of smokeless powder will take a
decided drop, and the psssage of the bill
to remove the tax on denatured aclohol
will 'be prime cause. Alcohol is one of
the "component parts of chief value" in
the manufacture of smokeless powder.
Root's Coasalar Reora-alsatloa.
Secretary Root haa practically com
pleted the plans for the reorganisation of
the consular aervloe, and by the time he
return from hi South American trip th
new regime will be In full working order.
One of the most radical change decided
upon in th plan of reorganisation i th
determination to refrain In future front
ending "aa a representative of the coun
try of his adoption" a naturalised clttsen
back to the place of hi birth. In the
past Innumerable complications hae
arisen because it wa deemed wise or ex
pedient to end a German-born American
SUNDAY CROWD AT MANAWA
Many. Plrasare Rerkers Upend Cool
Afteraooa aad Evealasr at
A very lsrge crowd of pleasure seekers
visited Lake Manawa Sunday. The weather
waa Ideal and the park wa very plctur
eaque with its beautiful flower plot, velvet
lawn and shady avenues, crowded with
the many visitor bedecked In holiday at
tire. An unusual number of children were
noticeable among Sunday's patrons, the lit
tie ones greatly enjoying themselve fro!
icking upon the grounds.
The special musical program by Nordln's
concert band won much commendation
from all. The Fault overture, "Bhogun
election and "Silence and Fun" received
loud applause from the audience. The
roller (coaster did a cspaclty business the
entire day, thl aerial railway furnishing
mucn enjoyment to all who took a light
On of th most popular feature wa
th excursion launch. This waa a novelty
and th four boat were well filled every
trip around the lake. The theater proved
a drawing card, the vaudeville acts, lllus
t rated aongs snd new moving pictures
pleasing all. The balloon ascension was
made by Prof. De Zaxa. The Gypsy camp
wa patronized by a large number who
consulted Madame Inie regarding thel
destinies. The Japanese ball game did
good business. The penny arcade, electrl
studio, merry go round, bowling alley
ahootlng gallery, baby rack and novelty
stands enlisted their shsre of attention.
Oae Way Fare Pla Sa.OO for Baaed,
Grand Trunk Railway System to many back to Germany, or an Italian back to
ummer reeort in tanaoa, toronto and Italy as a conaul. Such selections and ap
Ast, ana in rtew wiiwu. pointments, whll occasionally beneficial
Particulate of date of sal, limit, atop- h,v.( ,n ,. ce out of tn. resulted in
over p-viw..-. ..c - - BBiamea oy rr(..t detriment to American commerce
ltl Adam St.. Chicago.
and it 1 to benefit American commercial
Interests that consul ar sent aoroad.
Secretary Root expects great result
from the reorganisation of the consular
service. Th utmost car I being taken
to choose appointee who will appreciate
that they war appointed for the purpose
of advancing th Interests, not of them
selves, but ef their country.' Ia Mleetlag
Sterling Silver Ftenaer, 14th snd Dodge. th four consuls at large, or "Inspector
Go te r York ea two Lehigh.
Deebl track scent highway. Conaeeta 1
t r.uflalo or Niagara Fall with all Has
trora th west-
Write pa eager department, Lehigh VaU
vy B- all South Clark 8U Caieage, III
EW HOMES 1 THK WEST.
INDIA AND CEYLON
Is blended and packed under the most watchful car of trained experts.
Thl Insures purity and uniformity ot quality.
McOORD, BRADY & CO., Wholesale Agents, Omaha.
CROWDS AT BOTH THE PARKS
Lara; Attendance at Haescom aad
Rlverrle Where Baadh Play
Han scorn park was the scene of the
largest crowd of the season which had
turned out to see Green and his band. The
concert was rendered In a high class man
ner and every number wa enthusiastically
received, the band receiving a great ova
tion. Chopin's funeral march was rendered
In memory of the unfortunate at Manawa
July t. Water barrels have been placed all
over the park for the accommodation of
Rivervlew park was well filled Sunday
afternoon by a crowd estimated at 8,000
people who had come to enjoy the beauties
of the park and to hear Iluster's concert
band. A splendid musical program wan
rendered. The park management Is con
sidering the probebillty of giving concerts
both afternoon and evening for the balance
of the season.
If you have anything to trade advertise
It in the For Exchange column of Tne
Bee Want Ad pg.
Th Omaha Mannerchor now haa a chorus
five associate members. The o:
of twenty-four singers end some seventy-
irjers. The ortranlxatlnn
has derided to attend the sangerfest at St.
Paul, July rtl-is. snd compete for some of
the prizes. The Mannerchor gave a con
cert at Krug park In June and la now ar
ranging to give snother at the same place,
July 20. The purpose of these concerts
Is to raise funds for defraying the expenses
in connection witn tne Bt. faui sanger
KILLS BED BUGS,
KILLS ALL INSECTS,
HAS NO ODOR
Does Not Burn or Explode
Kills the fcggs. Too. See the Point?
"GREEN POISON" la easily applied
with brush or featoer. A 25-cent bot
tle of "GREEN POISON" from your
druggist will kill a million bugs.
DOCTORS for emer
'SK ''-.'Uig a
;1 r v"
. he- .
The Reliable Specialists
It Is not so moch of a calamity that a man
eontraets disease or weakneasee, but that ha
neglects them or falls to aeeure th proper treat
men t"f or thalr euro.
T men who are weak mentally, morally and physically, whose systems
have at some time been polutted with potsonovs private disease, these -whose
depleted manhood forbids any advance toward matrimony, and who hav
mad the mistake of marrying wh le there lurked in their syatem om
frightful weakness or poisonous taut of private diseases, and who now flntt
themselves on the verge of social rufn.
To all such man a conaclentlon and experienced doctor would advise yon
to oonault without delay the best specialists. One who has made a llfelon
study of just such case. On who can quickly and fully understand your
trouble. On who will not deceive yon with false promt or unbualneai
llk propositions. One who can ani will cure you in the shortest peestbl
time and at the least expense to you. Any man In need of suoh medical ad
vie or treatment should com at once to the Stat Medical Institute.
TV cure safely and thoreughlyi
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nerro-Sexual Debility,
Im potency, Blood Poison (Syphlis), Rectal,
Kidney and Urinary Diseases,
and all disease and weaknesses of men due te evil habits, excesses, self
abus or th result of speclflo or private dtseasea.
FREE CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION. .Sr 1
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St, Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
EXCURSION RATES EAST!
Round trip tickets on sale every day to many points
in Canada and New York nt
ONE FARE, plus $2.00, for 15-day ticket
ONE FARE, plus $4.00, for 30-day ticket.
& ST. PAUL RY.
Also low round trip rates to many points in Wisconsin
and Michigan. For full particulars call on or write to
F. A. NASH,
General Western Agent., 1524 Farnam St., OMAHA; NEB.
eserratlea to Be Opeae
chicaoo 4 northwestern ry
Announce Round-Trip Excursion Rate
from All Point July 13 to 2.
I-ess than one fare for the round trip
ta Shoshonl, Wyo., the reservation border.
The only all-rail route to the reservation
Dates of registration. July II to JI. at
Shoshonl and Lander. Reached only by
Write for pamphlet telling how to tak
up on of these attractive homestead.
Information, map and pan.phlet free on
request at City Office. JH-3 Farnam St .
or address 8. r. Miller. A. O. F. A T. A.,
1301 Farnam St.. Omaha, Neb.
LOW ROIXD TRIP RATES
Te Kew Jersey, I.oaa Islaad aad Jew
Elas4 Coast Resort.
Th Lake Shore will sell excursion tickets
to Asbury Park. Atlantic City, Long
Branch. Sag Harbor. Newport, Block
Island and all principal coast resort. Re
turn limit October 81. 1J Stop-over of
ten days at New Tork. Philadelphia. Niag
ara Fall, ate. For full particular writ
M. 8. Gtlea, T. P. A..' Chicago. W. J.
Lynch, Paeaengr Traflle Manager, Chicago,
Some choice offices
from $10 So $24 per month
There are several very desirable medium size offices
from which to ohoose. At this time it is well to secure a
cool, pleasant office before the extreme hot weather.
Everyone says that the coolest place in summer is
ME lEE MDL1I1G
For f 10.00 Per Month Room 010: Very plegsant, small room oa tha 6th floor. !t li light gad -well
ventilated and is a vary desirable room la every way.
For ilS.OO Per Month Roam 618:' This is an outgide room on the Cth floor. It la 1a tha portion
that was remodeled about a year ago and the woodwork and floors are all new.
For 91 S.OO Per Month RoomAQlt Very conveniently located, being immediately next to the eleva
tor. It has a large burglar proof vault and has been Just newly decorated. This is tha only
medium aize office with a vault 'that Is vacant today.
For 934.00 Per Month Room 822: Facing north, tt is paarticulsrly desirable for anyone who needa
good light. Tha room is finished in hard wood and is one of the best offices in the building
for tha price.
For 975.00 Per Month Salt 88: This is without doubt the most desirable suite of offices ia tha
building. It consists of a large room, containing betweea four and five hundred square feet
of floor surface and haa a amaJl room adjoining. It Is a corner office, with a large burglar
proof vault. It has a most besutlful outlook, faring south and east. In connection with tha
office Is a small room, which can be used for physician's, ek a dentist's laboratory, or coat or
atora room. Tha offico haa hard wood floor and is finished ic bard wood throughout.. Ther
is nothing la Omaha that compares with this suite of offices. '
R, W. BAKER. Sopt..
Room 410, Be Bnildigaw
V. KJ. KOSEWATF.R, Bfrf.
llee ktiutlaees Offl re.
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