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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: Fill PAY, JULY 13, 1906.
FARES AROUSE INDIGNATION
Hitchoock'i World-Herald Diiruti Decent
People with In Ifendacity.
MISS HENN1NGS REPUDIATES "CONFESSION"
Daaghter of Former City Treosarer
Declares Potlttral Oatrage Had No
Fouadatlosi la Fact Promt,
seat Meat Dritim It.
fli dsstardly attempt of Gilbert M.
Hitchcock a World-Herald to make political
capital out of Treasurer Hennlngs' suicide
by printing an alleged "confession-' veiled
by Innuendo, laying the blame upon Edward
Kosswater, although carefully refraining
from mentioning him by name, has aroused
Indignation and disgust among decent peo
ple regardless of political affiliations. The
confession" purports to be a conversation
between Mr. Jlennftigs and his wife on th
evening before his death and is of course
a malicious' fake, repudiated both by Mrs.
Hennlngs and her daughter. Prominent
republrcena and democrats alike do not hes
itate tr denounce the World-Herald s Ta
bards In connection with Mr. Hennlngs
death manufactured for the purpose of In
juring Mr. Rneswater, who was In Eurrjpo
through ths whole period of the city prima
ries and-municipal election.
Tti pretended "confession"
i ' statement
was seen Thursday morning by Miss Hen
rings for the first 'time and after reading
It she said:
"Thr Is not a word of truth In It. I
Was with' pop and mamma all evening and
tolltl',s was' never mentioned In any con
versation they held. After supper papa
began to sprinkle the lawn and the hose
not acting right, h threw It aside and said
that he would fool with It no Pinner. He
then came to the porch, where we were sit
ting, and sat down,, complaining pf the mos
quitoes.' 1 akd hi in to take a walk wit It
us, but he refused, saying he was tired and
advised mmm and me to go, saying It
would do us good. We went, but were not
gone long, and when we returned found
him stiU sitting oh the porch. He had
moved from the bench he was on to a rock
ing chaljr and offered the chair to mamma,
but the' wouldn't take It.
"After we returned he spoke of retiring,
telling us to go and ha would take a bath,
t Insisted upon him taking tha bath first,
because it might disturb us. That was
practically all of the conversation that
night and we nil retired. The only 'truth
In the story as printed Is that he did
sprinkle the lawn -for a time Tuesday even
ing, as he did almost every evening."
While .talking Miss Hennlngs turned to
her mother from time to time and asked
tf She ws not correct and In each Instance
received confirmation of, her statements.
Mea of Both startles Denounce II.
A typical' expression of the way prominent
democrata resent the outrage comes from
former Representative J. A. C. Kennedy:
"I read the article, which by manifest In
ference coupled Mr. Edward Rosewater
with causes leading to Mr. Hennlngs' unfor
tunate self-destruction. I think that article
transgressed all conceivable ethics, political
fir otherwise,' and could not be justified on
Any conceivable grounds."
John C. Whartqn, vho is a member of
the Rrteewater Senatorial delegation, said:
"It Is grossly absurd for the World
Herald to try to make out that Mr. Hen.
nlngs" action could have been Influenced by
the action of the Rosewater delegation In
deciding to support only Rosewater In the
stats convention. As a matter of fact that
letter which Mr., Henninsa if ft his family
ash written as. tha; Pax ton hotel the after-
-tinrtn of early1 evening of Tuesday and ths
Rosewater delegation did not meet until
about o'clock the same evening; so, you
,eee;.U! would ' have been Impossible for
Mr.. Hert Irgs.. to have ki own anything
sboiiit what this delegation did.' Ha never
knew. He was dead before the news could
have reached him In the ordinary way.
Injustice All Coadenin.
"ft 'is an Injustice whldh fair-minded peo
ple, no matter what their attitude toward
Rosewster may be, will resent, and Is as
foolish as unjust. . Mr. Hennlngs had not
tha slightest feeling against Mr. Rosa
water. On tha contrary, he waa strongly
for hjm, advocated his election for sen
ator and aald he was going to do all he
could for him. Shortly after Mr. Rose
water's arrival from Europe I went to his
office to greet him. There I met Mr. Hen
nlngs. Mr. Hennlngs had preceded me to
greet him, and when I went In Hennlngs
fe. -u:: mMrW
said: 'W want to do alt we ran to make
Mr. Rosewajer senator." I renlled: 'Yen.'
and I wish you were mayor so you could
do even mure than you csn now.' He said
that waa all right, that he would do vrr
thing he could anyway. And he reiterated
what ha had ssid to me shortly after his
defeat In the primaries, that lie was out of
politics. I was for Mr. Benson In the pri
maries and told Mr. Herntngs beforehand
that while I endorsed his record as treas
urer and would gladly support him again
my word was out to eupiort Benson for
mayor and I would redeem It."
Jast Political Hot.
Mayor Dahlman said.
"Mr. Hennlngs wanted to make this office
very much. In the effort t think he over
played himself end his nature wss unable
to bear up under the combined defeat and
load of debts accumulated."
Carl C. Wright, democrat, who was city
attorney during a part of Hennlngs' term,
"Mr. Hennlngs and I were neighbors for
a number of yesrs. I knew him quite well.
He had Intense political ambitions and had
the desire lo be mayor for a long time.
From what I ttnow I should not believe the
charge that he wss Induced to become a
candidate by others. His temperament waa
unstable he wss not a level-headed man."
Kegardlng the fake ' "confession" City
Clerk Htitler said:
"It's sll political rot Snd an attempt to
make politics! capital over the ithoulders
of s desd map who cannot snswer."
John W. Fesd, bond clerk during the en
tire time Hennlngs was city tressurer, said
"I know personally that for months be
fore the primaries Mr. Hennlngs wished to
enter the race for mayor. I know also that
he was very anxious to nhlrt the support
of Edward Rosewster and The Bee and had
long conversations with Individuals about
that very matter. After he had announced
his withdrawal from the primary contest
he went over to The Bee office a number of
times and held lung conferences with Mr.
Rosewster. When ha returned he usually
went over these in substance with me.
When Mr. Rosewater Anally consented to
support him he was delighted. The charges
that he wss induced' to become s candi
date are simply mendacious, that's all."
1. I Beisel, deputy under Hennlngs for
the last three years, said:
"Long before the primaries I knew that
Mr. Hennlngs wanted to be mayor and
that he was eager and anxious to get the
support of The Bee. I talked with Mrs.
Hennlngs Wednesday and from all I heard
there was no such conversation as reported
between her and Mr. Hennlngs the night
before. I was given to understand that he
gave absolutely jio warning of his Intended
Hot F5ven m Good Joke.
"The fake dated from Lincoln about Mr.
Hennlngs being affected by the action of
tha Douglas county delegation to tha re
publican state convention In declaring thit
It would not ask the convention for any
nomination but that for senator, thus
barring alleged aspirations of Mr. Hennlngs
for state treasurer. Is not even an In
genious fske," raid a member of the
"Mr. Hennlngs wrote his farewell note
to" his wife snd daughter , dtwtvat. tha
Paxton hotel Tuesdsy afternoon or In the
early evening, whereas the delegation did
not meet until nearly I o'clock that night,
and even If he were Interested In It, he
could not have heard of that action before
he bad decided upon his suicide.
"As a matter of fact Mr. Hennlngs was
not a candidate -or thinking of becoming
a candidate for state treasurer. I know
that that was discussed before he became
a candidate for mayor, and he Insisted
that he would not at any time aspire to
the stats tressurership, which he re
garded as of less Importance as the office
of city treasurer which he then held.
"I know furtbe that Ms.,. Hennlngs was
asked to go on the delegation to the state
convention, but begged to be excused for
the reason that he had Just run for office
and excited enemitles which might Injure
the delegation, that he was just starting
up a new business which needed all his
attention, and tkat he would do what he
could on the outside for the delegation if
he were left off of It. He put In a large
part of primary election day In his wsrd
getting his friends to vote for the' suc
cessful state delegation and Joined In the
Jubilation over the victory.'
Buy a city lot for $1.00 a week,
opposite want-ad. page.
The city has issued the following building
permits: E. C. Wolcott. 11.600 frame dwell
ing ut I9H North Twenty-eighth avenue;
O. D. Klpllnger. 3.000 frame dwelling at
4217 Dodge; W. 8. Gibbs. 14,000 frame dwell
lng at 317 Farnam; J. D. C. Burch. 1.7V
frame dwelling at Twentieth and Van
Camp avenue; Mary Silk. $1,500 frame
7 T1 TTT
Physicians have said there is nothing better than Pabst Blue Rib
bon Beer as a vitalizing tonic, because they know how it is made. They
know the Pabst eight-day malting process and they understand the im
portance of the perfect purity and cleanliness of the.Pabst exclusive pro- .
cess of brewing. They know the healthfulness of the beer produced by the
Pabst process. People, and especially doctors, demand that everything
they eat and drink be absolutely clean. Iubst Beer is always clean and
wholesome. The Pabst brewery is as clean as the cleanest kitchen. In
the long process of brewing, Pabst Beer never comes in contact with
anything unclean. .The tubes through which it is run, from the time
the grain is mashed until the beer is bottled or kegged, are sterilized
to prevent any impurity or uncleanliness. Pabst Beer is not fermented
in open vats, as is usual in breweries, but in special Pabst hermetically
sealed tanks, into which no air except pure filtered air ever enters.
. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is not cooled, as is usual, in rooms where men
walk in and out but.it is cooled in specially constructed sealed coolers
where no hands can touch it, no breath of foul air can
taint it. Only filtered air is used to oxygenate it. It
is then stored in hermetically sealed storage tanks nn- ;
til science and the test of time pronounce it perfect
beer in age, purity and strength.
I L.'T V y mot
dwelling at Seventeenth and Clark; Mary
K. HourVe. two 2 0 frame dwellings at
Tweuty-tlrst and 1'aul streets.
BAPTISTS TAKE CITY
(Continued from Second Page.)
large delegations and It Is now estimated
that fully 1,100 delegates are In the city,
with more coming.
The headquarters of the Ontario and
Quebec delegations have been established
at the Murray hotel.
The Kiowa Indian Concert company from
Oklahoma did not reach the city In time
for the morning session.
The nominating committee met at the
Paxton hotel last evening and will submit
Its report during the day.
The Canadian delegatea will meet In the
parlors of the Murray hotel at the close
of the session this afternoon.
The rtganlst of the convention Is Miss
Alice Curry, dsughter of Rev. Mr. Curry
of the Cslvary Raptist church.
The resolutions committee will ' meet
this morning at the east end of the south
lower gallery of the convention hall.
All announcements are required to be
brought to the platform before the closing
hour. No snnouncements will be made
after the closing hours.
Visitors snd delegates will find The Bee
headquarters Just off the main entrance
to the convention hall, where full reports
of the convention msy be had. Pee the
One of the delegates remarked as he cam
otit of the 'Auditorium during the middle
of the afternoon that the convention would
vote Forecaster Welsh thanks for provid
ing such fine "Baptist weather."
Rev. R. W. West, pastor of the First
Baptist church of St. Paul, will deliver the
principal address Thursday evening Instead
of Rev. Len O. Broughton of Atlanta, as
announced In the provisional program.
A rally of Grand Island college students,
both alumni and undergraduates, will be
held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at. the
east end of fne north corridor on the second
floor of convention hall.
The finance committee announced at the
session last night thst it would need $10,4100
to carry on the work of the International
union between the present date and tha
time of the next convention.
The approaches to the galleries ara de
voted to committee purposes, Including the
registry, information and other booths.
Here, too, are conveniently arranged and
classified great quantities of literature per
taining to the work of the union.
A postoffice haa been established In the
convention hall In the balcony promenade
at the head of the1 south stairway. Dele
gates can have their mall addressed to tho
convention hall and may be assured of
Its careful delivery. Letters can also be
mailed from the hall and postage stamps
One of the most Interesting exhibits Is
the display of Indian curios In the south
balcony promenade. It is under charge
of the American Baptist Home Mission
society. D. D. Proper of Des Moines, dis
trict secretary, and General Superintend
ent N. B. Ralrden of the Tranamlsslssippi
division have charge of the exhibit.
The lunch committee of the Toung
Women's Christian assoclstion has ar
ranged to serve dinner and supper during
the time of the Baptist convention. The
rooms of the Young Women's Christian as
sociation will accommodate a large num
ber and many will avail themselves of this
opportunity of getting something good to
eat. The Young Women's Christian asso
ciation serves dinner regularly, but the
supper Is an Innovation.. The young women
have ample service to provide for ail. The
proceeds will apply on the new building
, The local committees . have
decorated the interior of the Auditorium.
The prevailing colors are blue and gold,
the colors of the organization. These are
gathered in handsome festoons along thj
gallery rail, with the American and Eng
lish colors intertwining. From tha cell
ing is suspended flags of all nations, in
termingled with Baptist Young People's
Union of America mottoes and colors.
A platform hss been built out In front,
of the proscenium arch for the officials
of the convention. This platform Is pret
tily decorated with the American, and
English flags and the society colors. Oc
cupying the center of the platform it:
orations Is the pledge of the Baptls:
Young People's I'nlon of America painted
in large letters, reading:
Relying upon divine help, I hereby
promise to be true to Christ in ail things,
and at all times to seek the New Testa
ment standard of Christian experience an1
life, to attend the meetings of the pnion
unless hindered by reasons approved by d
beer, call for Pabst Blue Ribbon
raoae oog. re.
g; n r.
Friday 1ms boon known
nants, all odd lots, broken lines, etc., left from the week's business are closed out at PRICES WHICH MAKE BUYING IR
RESISTIBLE. THIS FRIDAY
It. V, I. V. Visitors should
not fall to visit Omaha's
greatest retail store; you're,
always welcome. Every ac
commodation Is freely offered
Offers the people of Omaha and vicinity the greatest bargain opportunities ever known in the history of western merchandis
ing. Remnants are not considered, but whole stocks go at prices which make ordinary remnant day values insignificant in
comparison. ONLY A FEW OF THE MANY UNMATCHABLE BARGANS CAN BE QUOTED BELOW.
SACRIFICE SALE OF
BOO rNTRIMMF.D STRAW HATS
worth up to J4.rif Mn
choice. . . .
6II,K AND CHIFFON SHAPES
sold up to . 00 Qfl
TRIMMF.n HATS slightly
damaged vholce C
60o CATS entirely undam- e
aged at, choice .JC
600 WREATHS undam-
aged att choice ....."''
ISO FOUAOB AND FLOWERS
Regular 1 10
to $15 values
day ... vpJ
All kind's ' of
worth up to 35c
yard, on bargain
square at, yard,
up to 2 5c yard,
square at, yard,
Tis store closes at 5 p. m. every
evening except Satudravs at 10 p. m.
until September isr.
good oonBcience and. to take part in tho
services, aside from singing, .If Jt Is pos
aiblo to do so with, sincerity and truth.
The stage,, upon which .'Is seated ths
great chorus, is a'ff prettily decorated
wUJ. American and. jiB)lri and the union
colors, and pendant from the piosoccnium
arch Is a large banner. .."Welcome to tho
Baptist Young People's Union of Amer
ica." A large church, organ and piano are
also provided on the ata-ge for accompani
, . 6 to Kew fork on tao Lehigh.
' Double track scenio highway. - Connects
at rtufTalo or Niagara Falls with ail lines
trom the weat. ,
Write passenger department, Lehigh Val.
toy R- K- m South Clark SI.. CUiuago, 111.
Charles Williams, 1115 Capitol avenue,
colored, waa arrested Thursday evening by
Detectives Mitchell and Shepimrd on com
plaint of K. French, who runs a barber
shop at S14 South Fifteenth street. French
(iodises Williams ot burglary, asserting he
entered his shop, to which he carries a key,
on the night of July S. and stole $5.
The regular election of the officers of
Juvenile City will tuke place on Monday.
4 ' "i
for vpars at Havdrn's as ttarrrnin
THE RELIABLE OTOllE.
FRIDAY SPECIALS IN THE
LADIES' SWT DEPARTMENT
LADIES WASH SUITS worth up to
$4, only slightly damaged, aCn
$2.00 WASH 'WAISTS, newest de
signs, slightly damaged, Q
$20.00 TAILOR SUITS slightly dam
aged go Friday, -I
at . ,V. 4
LADIES' $7 and $8 wash suits slightly
damaged, Friday, 1 1Q
Our Entire Stock of
WOOL DRESS GOODS
which was undamaged by water will b
on sale Friday In main wash goods and
wool goods departments
fit Half Price
wet, on sale Fri
day at, yard,
8.tc Table Lin
ens at, yard,
NEW RATE BY
Echednla On Grain and, Live Stock from
Northwest Conceded to Omaha.
FIRST ROAD TO MAKE THIS RESPONSE
Tariff Applies from South Dakota and
' northern Nebraska, Enabling?
Omaha to Uet Kw
The Burlington has made the first move
in getting reduced rates Into Omaha from
South Dakota and northern Nebraska
points by preparing a new schedule on
grain and live stock to Omuha from points
on the O'Neill & Western line, which runs
west from Sioux City to O'Neill.
The Omaha Commercial club took up the
matter of better rates from South Dakota
points to Omaha with the Milwaukee and
Northwestern roads, and these promised to
adjust schedules so Omaha could get some
of that business which Is now all going to
Minneapolis and St. Paul. No rates have
been announced, the rate of the Burlngton
being the first move In the right direction
toward getting good rates from this splen
did' section of Nebraska. No grain has
ever come to Omaha from South Dakota
points east, for the reason that no one
here ever went after the business, and the
rates were all more favorable to Minne
apolis. The grain men nave seen the pos.
sibillties of this new country and are going
after tho business for Omaha.
The Burlington would be interested In
getting that grain and live stork to Omaha,
for It could then get the long haul on to
St. Louis or to Chicago. .
Game of Freese-Oot.
The general grain rate situation Is Just
as it stood Wednesday, the Union Paolflc
still holding back on the date on which
the new rate is to go Into effect and the
Burlington awaiting further action on the
part of the Union Pacific. Union Pacifio of
ficials claim they know of no cut In tha
rate, but for all that the announcement
was made at Kansas City that the cut
was to be made, although the date for Its
operation waa not given.
The Union Pacitlc Is In a peculiar posi
tion, for the elevator allowance applies at
Kansas City as wett ss at Omaha, and if
the Union Pacific makes a cut It will have
to cut Into Kansas as well as from Net
braska points to the Missouri river. The
Kansas. Railroad commission is such an
active body that rates once cut are raised
again with difficulty, and this, grain and
railroad men say, makes the situation pre
carious. WhJIe the old crop is mostly moved from
Nebranka new wheat la ready to move and
one car was received Thursday In Omaha.
After the cut announced by the Burlington
that road received orders for a large num
ber of curs to move the wheat crop on the
new rate. It the reductions continue the
roads will have all the grain they can haul
and have It early In the season.
Best Medlelue la tha World for Colle
'I find Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Beniedy to be the best remedy
In the world." says Mr. C. L- Carter of
Sklrum, Ala. "1 am subject to colio and
diarrhoea. Last spring It seemed as though
I would die. and I think I would If I
hadn't taken Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. I haven't been
troubled with It sines until this week, when
I had a very severe attack and took half
a bottle of tha 2S-cent sis of this remedy,
and this morning I feel like a new roan.''
Sew Commerce Law.
Secretary McVann of the Omaha drain
exchange has recutved from President A.
B Sllckney of the Chicago Great Western
I. W copies of an abstrait of the funda
mental features of the new interstate
commerce 1". which goes Into effect Au
gust 7. Htb request of Mr. bticknsy
Pa v. or more properly. Homnant
LADIES' UNDERWEAR AND
LADIES' LISLE UNION SUITS Um
brella style, low necked and sleeve
less. 75c values;
LADIES' LISLE VEST8 mostlv im
ported garments, low necked, sleeve
less, silk taped, in plain and fancy
weaves, worth up to 39c,
choice Friday 12W
LADIES' AND CHILDREN' S HOSE in
black, white, or fancies, plain or
lace effects, worth up to 2 Re. r
in two lots, at a pair, 7 Vic ana. Jt
Thousands of Yards of
Most of them slightly damaged, that
sold regularly from BOo to $2.50 yard,
will go Friday in four lots at, yard,
10c, 15c, 19c, 25c
Towels, at, each,
perfect, at, yard,
6 He Standard
great snap Fri
day at, per yard.
these copies wilt be distributed among
the members of tha exchange.
UNCONSCIOUS ON SIDEWALK
Mrs. V W. Harlow Snfferlnar from
' ' an Attark of NerTons
Mrs. F. W. Harlow, wife of a Union Pa
cific, cook running between Omaha and
Portland, was found lying on the sidewalk
at Seventeenth and Harney streets at 11
o'clock Thursdsy night, suffering from a
form of hysteria. The police were notified
and aha was taken to the station, where
Burgeons Flynn and Elmore attended her.
Mrs. Harlow could give little Informa
tion regarding herself. She said she had
been visiting at Corning, la., and left there
Tuesday to visit Mrs. William Hughes at
Shenandoah, when they two would go to
Council Bluff. She said she had no In
tention of going to Omaha and did not
know how she came here. Mrs. Harlow is
a sufferer from nervous troubles and was
released from the Omaha Oeneral hospital
June 21, after being treated there. Her
father Is Dr. Johnson of Shenandoah.
Mrs. Harlow will be cared for in the ma
tron's department at the police station
awaiting developments. -
To I orreet False Reports.
The report being circulated that Harden
Bros, ara using the depositors' money In
their business Is absolutely untrue.
The deposits In Hayden Bros', bank are
loaned on tha best and most available se
curity for the safety of the deposits.
Not only that, but Hayden Bros', bank has
more solid wealth and cash resource for
Its liabilities than any other bank wt
know of, either In this state or elsewhere.
There la no mortgage or Incumbrance of
any kind on Hayden Bros', property; It Is
all clear to strengthen and support the
bank assets In case of panic or adverse
conditions Of any kind. It might be well
to think of these facts when making your
Hayden Bros', bsnk will pay 4 per cent
Interest from July 1 on all deposits made,
before July 15; no notice required to with
draw your money.
HAYDEN BROS., BANKERS.
To Ciear Lakt and Retarm.
The Chicago Great Western railway wtU
run an excursion to Clear Lake. la., Satur.
day, July It. Trains will leave Omaha at
7:45 a. m. and 8;S0 p. m. A tourist sleeper
will be handled In the 1:30 p. m. train.
On tha return trip it will be run In th
train leaving Mason City at 2& a. m., July
11 Tickets also good returning on all reg
ular trains. Monday, July 14. Fo further
Information apply to H. 11. Churchill, O. A.,
1511 Farnam street, Omaha, Neb.
Anaaal Excursion To Dnlath.
Via Grest Northern line will leave Bloux
City st t ftt p. m. Thursday, August 2, ar
riving Duluth Friday morning. Return
ing will leave Duluth at 4 o'clock Sunday
afternoon August 5. Round trip fare only
(6. Special through trains will be run
consisting of tourist sleepers and day
coaches. Double berth in sleeping car fl
each way. Duluth and vlclnty comprise
one of the most enjoyable points for a few
days outing. Boat trips may be made to
many places of interest in Lake Superior
at small cost.
Persons desiring berths should make
reservations as early aa possible In order
to Insure getting accommodations. Apply
to Agent Great Northern railway, Sioux
City, or to Archibald Gray, Aaslstsnt
General Passenger Agent, Sioux City, la.
Uth and Dodge Bts.
Buy a city lot for 11.00 a week,
opposite wsnt-sd. psge.
ReeeDtl to F. J. ramohell.
Dr. P. T. Barber has been elected presi
dent of tha Orchard Hill Improvement
club to succeed Floyd J. Campbell, who
will leave this week for Bt. Iuls to as.
sums the management of ths Cochrane
Gram company at that place. The elec
tion was held at a reoeptlon given by
the club Tuesday venlng in Mr. Carop-
Pay. A day in which rem
A cordial welcome Is ex
tended to all 11. V. P. r.
Visitors. Make our store
your headquarters while In
Men's Furnishing Bargains
MFN'K WHITE T.AVNPF.REn
SHIRTS Griffon, t.yon. Monarch
and other well known brands
broken lots and solli-d to close I C.
100 MEN'S SHIRTS in soft or
plested bosoms, with or without
collars, In blue chambrays or
fancy madras choice SAa
Friday ....... 'vc
MEN'S GAUZE VNPERSHIRTS in
pinks and blues all , sties 3Sa
value to close Friday
at, garment ,ut
MEN'S HOSE black, tana and fancy
worth up to 19c 7t-10e
at, pair ""v
BOYS' SUSPENDERS wortl IRo
pair Friday at. Cft
kerchiefs, Slightly soiled
Nob. 12 and
16 on tale
stock of men's,
ladles' and chil
dren's shoes at
Our telephone number Is now Doug
las 355. Call this number and ask
for department wanted.
bell's honor. The reception was held on
the lawn at the homo of C. V. Hutchinson
at Forty-first and Seward streets, sir.
Campbell has been president of tha clut
for ths last year.
WW HOMEI III TUB WKtT.'
CHICAOO. NORTHWESTERN R'T
Announces Round-Trip Excursion Rates
from All Points July U to 21.
Less than on far for th round trip
to Bhosnonl, wyo., tha reservation border.
Th only all-rail rout to th reservation
Dates of registration, July It to (1, at
Bhoshonl and Lander. Reached only by
Writ for pamphlets telling how to taks
up on of these attractive homesteads.
Information, maps and pamphlets fre on
request at City Office, 1401-1 Farnam St ,
or address 8. F. Miller, A. G. F. s T. A.,
1201 Farnam Bt., Omaha, Neb.
Very Low Rates Taeaday.
Every Tuesday, balanc of th ysar. th
Chicago Great Western railroad will sa.l
homessekar' ticket to Minnesota, North
Dakota and Canadian nortbwast at about
half rat; to other territory first and third
Tuesday. Writ U. Ii. CnurohUL a. A,
1612 Farnam street Stat number la party
and when going.
Th Wabash has issued a beautiful
pamihlet. "MOUNTAIN, LAKE AND
SEA." Those planning a summer trip
should ask for on. Wabash City Office.
1601 Farnam St., or address Harry K.
Moores, O. A. P. D., Omaha, Neb.
13.BO to at. Paul siBft Minneapolis
From Omsha, Tla Chicago Qrsat Wsstsra
Railway. Tickets on sal dally after May
II to September ro. Final return limit,
October SL Equally low rates to other
points In Minnesota. Nortb Dakota, Wiscon
sin and lower Michigan. For furthsr In
formation apply to K. H. Churchill, general
agent. 1SU Farnam street. Omaha. .
DIAMONDS Edho'.m. ISth and Harney.
The following marriage licenses have bean
Nam and Residence.
Charles K. Rooney, Omaha...,,..,,.
Marie Margaret Shelby, Omaha
Gulseppe Bondl, Omaha
GulHepplna Scaletta. Omaha
Winter Andersen, Omaha ........; ...,
Mlttenn Nikolsjsen. Onulu
Tooth Talk No. 48
Crown or lii-ldge) Work. '
I never recommend crown or
bridge work when it la practicable
to gave the natural teeth by gold
or porcelain filling.
However skillfully exec if ted,
however perfect a substitute
crown and bridge work mfy be, It
Is a ubuttiui and aa such should
not be resorted to as long as a
tooth can be retained In its origi
nal shape. ;
Nevertheless, In many rases a
crowned tooth Is not only more
pleating in appearance but more
comfortable than the natural one.
even when the natural tooth Is
only, slightly decayed. And so
every case is "a law unto Itself,"
and only personal examination of
your individual needs ran deter
mine what is best (or you.
I make no charge whatever for
examination and advice, and as all
my work is executed by myself
personally I can assure you of the
greatest care and most scientific
treatment in cases that do demand
My porcelain fillings are hardly
to be distinguished from the rest
of the tooth a tribute to care in
matching the shade. , v
DR. FICKEH, Dentist. SAfl Be Bldg.
'i'hon Douglu is 7.
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