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Tim OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 15. 1P0IT.
Knighi Templar of Colorado
Wax Hectored to Health by Pe-ry-na after a Lmvj Illness
MR JAMES J. OSBORN. 623 N.
has -flllPd alt the position In Kolahts Templar Masonic
order, was a Mason since 1866, Judg? of County Court, Clinton, Mo.;
also County Collector ot Clinton. H writes:
"A hIiikrIhIi liver which I bad heen troubled with for two years
made life miserable and I was unable to attend to my business half
the time. I larked energy, had heartache most of the time, and my
food distressed me and did not seem to do a particle of Rood.
"Reading of the many cure performed liy IVruna, I decide that It
would not hurt to try a bottle. Before I had taken
many doses I certainly felt better, and by the time
I had taken one bottle there was a marked change
for the better. I took It as directed for two
months, when I was a well man, able to fro down
'to business every day and take hold of mv work
with renewed strength, and vigor.
Sluggish Liver Described. How
Pe-ro-m Relieves Such Cases
A sluggish liver Is brought
about In the .following way:
There Is a catarrhal condition
of the mucous membrane lining;
the stomach. This catarrhal
condition spread downward to
that portion of the alimentary
canal Just below the stomach,
known as the duodenum.
Into the duodenum empty the
bile ducts. These bile ducts are
lined with mucous membrane
continuous with the mucous
membrane of the duodenum.
The catarrhal inflammation
therefore gradually spreads
from the membranes of the
stomach and duodenum Into the
This thickens the mucous
meT)brnnes and cIorr up the
ducts. The bile Is then turned
bnck Into the liver and the
liver and the whole circulation
of the liver Impeded, produc
ing what Is known as sluggish
Cathartics bring onlv tem
porary relief. They slush out
the liver for the time and re
lieve this sluggishness, but It
has boon the universal experi
ence of mankind that the slus
gishness will return very
. The only permanent relief Is
a course of
tends to allay
Inflammation. Thousands of peo
ple have found I'eruna to be such
a remedy. It removes the cause of
the sluggishness of the liver by re
moving the catarrhal condition. A
great many disagreeable symp
toms are caused by a sluggish
liver. Ustnessnese, an all-tlred-out
feeling, lack of energy, con
fusion of the senses, sleeplessness,
yellow skin, coated tongue -these
are a few of the symptoms pro
duced by a sluggish liver.
The condition of the stomach and
liver above described baa been for
many years denominated by Dr.
Hartman as Bystemlc catarrh.
Patients of this kind are gen
erally supowted to be afflicted with
ninliiria. Quinine, alternated with
physic, is the usual treatment.
Disappointment generally follows
such a treatment.
Missouri, Arkansas, Indian Territory.
Louisiana, New Mexico,
Oklahoma, Texas, Republic of Mexl60.
MISSOURI PACIFIC RY. & IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE.
TOM HUGHES, T. P. A., T. F. GODFREY, P. T. A,
IL O. TOWN8EXD, General Passenger and Ticket Agent,
u ST. LOUIS, MO.
Follow the Flag'
Harry E. Moores,
C. A. P. D.
1601 Farnam St.
gli l WW lAak aval
You have an excellent remedy.
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Those who have tried Pcruoa for
such a condition never fall to re
sort to it again whenever they
have occasion to do so.
For a complete description of
systemic catarrh, with all Its at
tendant difficulties, send for one
of Dr. Hartman's free booklets, en
titled "Chronic Catarrh."
"Pe-ru na Mads Me Strong and
Mr. Evan Evans. 309 E. 5th St.,
Topeka, Kan., member I. O. O. F.,
"Liver and kidney trouble has1
caused me much pain for the past
four years, leaving me weak and
"I had at times Intense pain on
the right side and backache, and
became so faint and weary that the
perspiration would pour out and I
would have to He down.
"I found Peruna caused a great
change through my entire system.
It cured the catarrhal condition of
the liver and kidneys, eliminated
the poison from the system, cre
ated new blood and made me
strong and well."
August 7th and! 21st,
September 4th and 18th,
October 2d and' lth.
A ov ember eth and ZOth.
No! Was There Last Year
I am going soon for a 30-day trip
via "The Cool Northern Route." The
WABASH offers about half fare to
points in Canada, New England, etc.
They give you choice of route to Chi
cago, thence via Detroit, Niagara
Falls, including lake and river trips,
aiul all that sort. They have a book
let giving description of a great many
trips. Get one and think it over, and
, go along-.
y (be '. tellable M. SUILES A SEA11XS
Established In Omaha for It years. Th many tfco
sands of cases cured by us make us the most export,
encad Specialists In the west, la all diseases and ail
sneuts of n:n. We know Just what will our you,
and euro quickly.
HI aiE YOU, TIEN VU PAY US 011 US
W saaice ae misleading er falsa statements er offet
you cheap, worthless tiaatment. Our reputation ani
asm are too favorsXly known every cmaa we trl
ur reputation Is at stake. Your health, life and ba.
pious Is too serious a matter to place In the hands if
a KAMJlI.asa DOOTOja." Honest dootors of ability
us ihair ewi man it thuu avazvBsa).
raa 4teot for everoue a life-long Ctlkl for Weak.
Nerttoas Man, Vailroeole troubles. Nervous DeblliT;
mood Petaon, Frestatls troubles. Kidney, Bladdvav
VUTUII lXSmAXat, Hydrocele. Chranie Pltis
C'or.traried bimwi, dtiuacb ana gain lseaeT
enc r Eiammauon and GonultUe-a. Wrti Je
- II l L. Symptom Blank for Home Trealsseat
OaajilM !. gr-r ia ate
RECORD OF POLICE COURT
Former Clark Le Grier Tslla of Finei
Collected by Elm.
HANDLED NEARLY FIFTY THOUSAND ,
Alan Ha4 la Chmrgt Caaa nada
Aaaregatlaa Flftr Tboaaaad
More Aroaated for
All of It.
The propoaed cherklnn of my account
as clerk of the police court will be wel
comed by me." said Le Grier. who retired
from that position laft month after U
year' service. "It may possibly disclose
a few error of bookkeeping, but It will
vindicate my record as a public official. I
collected and handled nearly 150,000 In fine
and costs, which Is a great deal more
money than any clerk before me, and paid
orer every cent collected, settling; once a
week with the treasurer. The money paid
over after 1 went out of office represented
fine paid me outside of court, or clerical
errors, or money I had guaranteed on
promises of the prisoners to pay me.
"The year before 1 took charRo of the
police court clerkship the entire collections
amounted to cAily !W.6n. while for my last
year I hold receipts from the treasurer
for tlO.SX. The police court collections for
the nine years of Mayor Moores' term
show on the records a"! follows:
Fine Collections by Tears.
1JW I HT9.40
ltX! , Z,2U.O0
IfVW , H.i!7H.80
"One reason, though not the only reason,
for this Increase was my special effort to
collect fines. When people lay In Jail who
had friends willing; to pay for them I helped
them And them, and even endorsed their
drafts on out-of-town ba nks several times
being- requested to pay them personally
out of my own pocket.
"During- my term I had custody of all the
cash bonds put up by prisoners released in
this way the amount must have been
close to 50.00iV-and there was never any
trouble over it or any complaint that the
money was not paid on demand to the
parties to whom it belonged. . Any of the
officers who have acted a desk sergeants
during this time will testify to this. If a
man wanted to be dishonest In the position
I occupied he would not have 'to stop at a
paltry few dollars."
MASSACRES OF RUSSIAN JEWS
O. Rnbenatela Will Lectoro Sunday
Evening; on Their Causes
O. Rubensteln of Blaux City will lecture
Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at Crounse
hall. 117 North Sixteenth street, on "The
Recent Massacres In Russia; Their Cauae
and Cure." Mr. Rubensteln is a native of
Russia, having lived In that country until
"eleven year ago, and he Is thoroughly ac
quainted with conditions there. Ho keeps
himself informed on present conditions by
constant communication with the Jews of
his native land. The lecture will be pri
marily for the Jews of the city, but all
others will be welcome. Rev. J. R. Porter
will also talk on the same subject.
"The Jew in Russia Is not the only revo
lutionist," said Mr. Rubensteln, "but the
government Is constantly seeking to give
out that Impression. The massacres are the
result of race hatred Incited by the govern
ment, which realizes that it can hold Its
autocratic power as long as It keeps the
people' fighting among themselves. . If all
the peoples of Russia, .of which there are
: 112, were of. one accord, the government
' would be even mora seriously pressed to
I ward reform than It Is, as the people are
beginning to awaken to a consciousness of
"While It is unnecessary to say that the
Jews are not responsible for more than a
very small fraction of political crimes, and
certainly not for the most, formidable ones,
it is a fact that their sympathies are
largely on tha side of the revolutionist.
How could It be different? They know that
their lot is unbearable, and that their gov.
ernment will not only not do anything to
Improve it, but will do all In its power to
perpetuate present conditions.
"So ridiculous was the' tale of the bomb
thrown by a Jew at a religious procession
at Bialystok that the Russian government
has hastened to withdraw It, and is now
making a pretense of contradicting It aa a
means of allaying the fury of the masses
Inflamed by It to a point of rapine and
slaughter. The guilt of the government In
this last atrocity against the Jews stands
out clearly before, the civilised world.
BENEFIT FOR 1 MAENNERCHOR
t'ourert te Be Given at Krng Park
Seat Friday Rreslsg for
. the Fund.
The Omaha Maennerchor Is one of th
oldest musical organisations of this city,
composed of representative business men
of Oerman birth, all selected singers, and
the object of the second concert that they
will give at Krug park next Friday even
ing la to pay the expensee of the society
at the Northwestern Sangerfeat to he
held at Bt. Paul, Minn., July 24, 27 and tH,
where they will not only compete for
prises and honors, but will also make every
effort to secure the next sntigerfest for
Omaha. The first concert, given June 14,
was a great artistic success. Every one
who attended, remembering the unusual
excellence ot the program, far greater than
had been expected, will be present next
Friday evening and will urge their friends
The same people will take part in the
second concert, which will be directed by
Karl Peterson. The Maennerchor will sing
a grand concert waits (Ferber), with or
chestral accompaniment; also several fes
tival songs that they Intend to sing at the
sangerfeat. Hie Harmony Ladies' chorus
will sing selections In Oerman and In Eng
lish. Miss Irene Van Noy, who wss such
a delightful surprise at the first concert,
is on the program for a soprano number.
Mr. Peter Laux, basso, will take part and
will also sing a duet with Miss Van Noy.
CITY WAY CUT THE WEEDS
Haa Power tsder , Charter, gays
slabaaah, to Have the Work
County Attorney Slabaugh, president of
th Civic Improvement league, has called
attention to the fact that the city charter
has a provision permitting th city council
to pa an ordinance giving th city author
ities power to cut - weeds on vacant lots
and charge the cost" up to the property
owner. Judge Slabaugh believes this Is the
solution of the weed nuisance problem and
suggests thai a measure covering the cas
be introduced Into the council as soon a
Miss McCartney of the Improvement
league has Issued the following in regsrd
to th children's playground:
Omaha has one public playground Few
cltUa of any lniortance are without them
Aa a rule they are support td by funds of
th city er park board ai on ot the parks
of th city.
Th, p1ygrounJ committee of the Omhs
Improvement lene hope, to rnnke en
oliject leemn of the rlsround at Tivrn
tleth and Harney etreem and to encourage
the maintenance of olhere In the cltv. it
ha employed Mr. F. D. Blovwoo.1 of Chi
cago university aa superintendent and ex
pert In that line. All expenee I paid from
There I. need of nnan. la I aid If we wli.li
to Keep pace witn oincr ciura. All no will
contribute to the pltiyKrimnd niajr eend
en me to Miss E. F. Mc"artnry. secret:) ry
Omaha Improvement league, ilv South
Of Color, Grace aad Aetlns la Htna
llna Brothers'' Prodnction of The
Field of the Cloth of Gold.
"The Fild of the Cloth of Oold" Is tho
spectacular novelty of Rlngllng Brothers'
World's Ureatet 6hows this year. Twelve
hundred characters are concerned In the
portrayal of this vividly Interesting spec
tacle, end more than 2.50n costiitnes of
richest fabric and artistic design are worn
In the kaleidoscopic scenes. A ballet of
S00 and a singing chorus of 9k are Inci
dental features. The music, classic In
character, and esppda'ly written for the
huge production. Is rendered by a selected
band of fifty soloists. The action of the
spectacle takes place on a stage larger
than the stag" room of 100 theaters, and
the vast multitude are managed with a
skill never before accomplished. The scene
embellishment Is historically true, and the
work of the most famous artists, and all
the multitudinous appointments are of ex
traordinary value and luster. All the pomp
and circumstance of ecclesiastical life in
chlvslrlo days of the sixteenth century,
the Iridescent splendors of knighthood cos
tume and adornment, the radiant, shim
mering tones of mediaeval feminine fash,
ions, the glitter and glisten of warrior em
belms and Implements, inlaid In gold and
precious gems, the Impressive assemblage
of picturesque types, the spell of brilliant
and countless Inventions of decorative taste
all these and many mora features of al
luring magnificence makes this spectacle
the most Important and successful produc
tion of modern times, or, for that matter,
of all time. The fabulous cost of this stu
pendous spectacle puts It beyond the re
sources of any other show, and the arenic
spacn of no other circus In existence
would afford adequate stage room for the
massive groupings, evolutions and proces
sional displays. All the exciting pastimes
of the middle ages, Jousting tilts, sword
combats, spearing competition, athletic ex
ploits, equestrian feats and many other
exercises of daring and skill, are thrllllngly
illustrated in a huge tourney to celebrate
the historic Interview between the young
kings of England and France.
This wonderful circus will exhibit In
Omaha Wednesday, July 25. Admission
tickets and reserved numbered chairs will
be on sale at Ringling Brothers' downtown
ticket office, Myers-Dillon Drug ioiupany
show day at exactly the sar prices
charged in the wagons on the shO'J grounds.
ROCK ISLAND MAKF CUT
Adopts the One and JiV'oarth
Redaction on (rata lnto"
General Agent Vtt of the itock Island
has received a wire from the traffic office
at Chicago to the effect that the road has
met the cut made . by the Burlington of
1 cents per 100 pounds on grsln from
Nebraska points to Omaha. This still leaves
the Burlington and the Rock Island with
a rata 14 cents lower than the Union
Pacific, but the Union Pacific s still paying
an elevation charge equal to that amount,
which makes the .same thing to shippers
who are sending grain beyond Omaha.
Best Medicine In tke World for Colld
"I find Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy to be the best remedy
In the world." says Mr. C. L. Carter ot
Sklrum, Ala. "I am subject to collo 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 since until this week, when
I had a very severe attack and took half
a bottle of the 26-cent slxe of tnls remedy,
and this morning I feel like a new man."
New Train to Shoshonl.
Via "The Northwestern Line."
Leaves Omaha 12:30 a. m., daily, arriving
at the reservation 7:30 a. m., with coaches
only. This In addition to S p. m. daily train.
City offices, 1401-1403 Farnam street.
Fishing; and Camping Rates to Clear
Lake, In., Via Chicago Great
' Western Railway.
For partlea of ten or more on fare and
one-third for the round trip, good for ten
days. Tickets on sale dally until Septem
ber SO. For further information ' apply to
H. H. Churchill, O. A., 1611 Farnam St.
New Terk and Philadelphia
cannot be more pleasantly or conveniently
reached than by the Grand Trunk-Lehlah
Valley Doubl Track Route via Niagara
Falls. Solid through trains, magnificent
Soldiers and Bailors' Hennion.
The annual reunion of the Douglas County
Ex-Soldiers and Bailors of Him I'lvll war
will be held at Waterloo, August 29, 30 and
31. The Waterloo people are making great
freparatlons for the event, and It Is the
mention to make the reunion one of the
best and moat enjoyable ever held In Doug
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair in .Northern Nebraska Today,
Showers in Southern Portion Fair
WASHINGTON. July 14 -Forecast of the
weather for Sunday and Monday:
For Nebraska Fair in north, showers in
southern portion Sunday; cooler; Monday,
fuir and warmer.
For Iowa Showers and cooler Sun Jay;
Monday, fair, with warmer In west por
tion. For South Dakota Fair 'Sunday ; Monday,
fair and warmer.
For Kansas Showers Sunday, cooler in
east portion; Monday, warmer.
For Missouri Showers and cooler Sun
day; Monday, generally fair.
For Colorado Thunder showers Sunday,
cooler in north and east portions; Monday,
showers In south, fair and warmer . In
For Wyoming Fair and warmer In west,
showers in east portion Sunday; Monday,
fair, warmer in east portion.
For Montana Fair Sunday, warmer in
east and south portions; Monday, fair.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BI'REAU
OMAHA, July 14.-tim.ial record of tem
perature ami precipitation einared with
the corresponding day of the lart thri
y-ars: l. 19HB. 1!M. IKuJ.
Maximum temperature. . . 77 l 3 X6
Minimum temporatur.... 7t ti9 64 iio
Mean temperature 74 NO 74 75
Precipitation 01 ,uo .
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omulia since March 1,
and comparison with the last two years:
Deficiency for the day 5
Total defli'lenry since March 1. lftui Ij4
Normal precipitation 16 n,.n
Deficiency for the day 14 inch
Total rainfall since March 1 14 14 Inrhea
Deficiency aincs March 1. 1..., 2 M Inches
Deflcitniy for cor period is.,., 11 Incites
Dpcleucy for cor. fcsrlod 13oi.,.. . 42 Inches
Annual Summer WiBtziM I
I Clearance Sale of y- i
HKAIt IN M1U
Flrt That our large volume of business as man
ufacturers and Jobbers permits us to retail reliable
pianos for lower prices and easier terms than possible
to obtain elsewhere.
Second Our method of pricing all pianos In
plain figures at the lowest cash price does not allow
of delusive rebates In the form of fake credit certifi
cates or due bills.
LKT 18 SHOW TO YOU
the largest and finest stock of pianos (west of Chicago)
including the famous Steinway & Sons, Steger & Sons,
Hardman, Emerson, A. B. Chase, MrPhall, Kurtzman
and over twenty other dependable makes.
Over one hundred special new and slightly used
pianos must be closed out at once. These go on sale
chmoller & Mueller
Over Six Hundred
Worn out with tha effort head aching too tired to thlnkt A bite to eat and
a glass of Gold Top, cool, refreshing and an exquisite flavor will renew youi
vivacity and pat 70a right again.
Pore Barley Malt (ft partly digested food).
Choicest Grade Pops (the best txraio made).
Perfect In Pmrity, In age. In duality, In flavor.
WB WILL. SEND A CASE TO TOUR HOMES.
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TU Not. B', South Omaha
Oaaba Htadtroarter. TOGO t. BU,
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Mala Street, TeL M.
OMAHA GIRL TO THE FRONT
Hiss Clara Weldensall is Appointed
Professor of Payrholoey at
Mhs Clara Weldensall, formerly of
Omaha, has been appointed professor of
psychology at Bryn Mawr. Miss Welden
sail haa the distinction of being a doctor
of philosophy. She has been abroad and
onV returned to the United States about
three weeks ago. Miss Weldensall was
graduated from the Omaha High school
and went to Vassar, after which she se
cured a fellowship In the University of
Summer cottage, furnished, two miles
from Manltou, Colo.,' on cog road to Pike'
peak. Mrs. W. It. Bowen, 414 North Thlrty
Automobile rtentul Co. Office Nlles ft
Moser, Sixteenth and Farnnm. Tel. Doug
Injunction on Smoke.
The Omaha View Improvement club met
Friday evening and dlwuHHfd the smoke
nuiaanre question. Councilman Sheldon was
fresent. Chairman Yoxt reported tluit ha
lad gone over the entire ground of Investi
gation for putting a slop to the nuisance
with the city officials and found that the
only resource was to get out an Injunction
to suppress It. The complaint Is lodged
SKalnst the hrick kilns up the Omaha View
district. S-wer matters were also taken up,
especially in the ni.itter ot a broken sewer
pipe, near where the sewer enters Into a
cn ek In that vicinity. The matter will ba
referred to the Hoard of Health for remedy
if possible. Grading and other matters
were discuHHed, Including sidewalk Improve
ments ami efforts will ho made to see if
snnii thiiig cannot be done to Improve af
fairs up that way.
Malta-Vita is the best
food for children because
it is all pure grain and so
easily digested. Being
made only from fine whole
white wheat and pure barley
malt extract, it gives the little
folks all the nourishment their
young bodies need and it makes
them healthy and robust. It cures
the ctomach troubles with which so
many childrenare afflicted.
"Our baby had, since birth, been
a constant buflerer front constipation.
Since we began feeding him Alalia-Vita
be haa improved wonderfully it) health
ami is entirely cured of constipation."
Mrs. Miles McCorniick, South lJend, Ind.
Mal ta-Vita is so good to eat that children
t very where like it.
All Grocers Now 10c.
Pianos in Stock. 1311-13 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
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Our Wedding Goods are the recognized standard,
the engraving being done by skilled craftsmen. Insur
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On request samples will be sent by mall and
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1210 Howard Street Omafia, Nebraska
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen
Ascot Park, Iowa, Sunday, July 22, 'OB
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
All kinds of aiiius-nieiits, Inrludin good bus' hall game, daticliiK, toot
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lon't fall to attend the best (tli'nlc (if ths season.
Trains leave I'ni.m Blailuii at 9 :X) and U mi a. m , returning leave Ascot
park at . and I 30 p. m.
Tickets II. fu for 1 he rund trip, children hlf fare
Information and tickets at City Ticket office, 1402 Farnam Street.
Summer Time is
at Our Stores.
tomorroW at extraordinary price reductions that will
appeal to the shrewd and economical buyer.
Upright rianon with tod tone and action for
$100.00 to 912H.OO; Sterling, $131.00; Vose & 80ns,
H 88.O0 ; Foster Co.,9142.00; Hobert M.Cable, V IKft.OO;
Wheelork, H101VOO; Cramer, $108.00; Lester. $1T.00.
Mueller, 9IWVOO; Erbe. $I05.OO; ITaed Steger, 210;
elegant $400.00 Emerson for $27.O0; $426.00 Mc
Phall for 92OO.0O ; $BO0.0O Steger Sons for $31ft.OO;
$500.00 Kimball Baby Grand, 2I.VOO; fine $700.00
Steinway, used, but looks new an extra high class
bargain at MTfi.OO; etc.
All through our store early buyers will find by far
the best piano values offered anywhere. De prompt,
call or write tomorrow, easy terms accepted. We ship
pianos everywhere and promptly refund all money
paid if not as represented.
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