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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 15, 1906.
RAMSEY ON WITNESS STAND
former Fretidant of Wabah Railwaj Com
ptny Give Damaritu Evidence.
BRIDGES ARE BOUGHT TO STOP RIVALS
t ft. Louis fart
Rat and Divided
ST. LOriH. Julr 14.-Joseph Ramsay. Jr..
former president of the Wabash railroad,
ho was president and general manager of
the Terminal Railroad association from
to 1, wns the principal vltnrn today
In tlj ovrnmfM'i ault to dissolve tha
Terminal Railway association.
Mr. Ramsay testified that, following the
agreement between the Wiggins Ferry
company, the Merchants' Bridge and Ter
minal' Railway company and the Terminal
association to pool their earnings, tl.e three
rpo rations ceased to solicit business. Mr.
Ramsay a!d the new terminal "community
of Interest-1 pro rated the revenue on all
trafflo crossing the Mississippi. The Ead
Bridge company received U per cent as Its
share, the Wiggins Ferry company 25 per
cent and the Merchants' Bridge company
10 per cent, Irrespective of the volume of
business handled by each company.
Mr. Ramsay recited In detail tha circum
stances under which the Terminal asso
ciation obtained possession of the Wiggins
Ferry company, and how subsequently ten
of the fourteen roada embracing the ter
minal combine secured control of the Alton
bridge, thus preventing absolutely any
railroad from acquiring an Independent en
trance Into St. Louis.
Government Spores Polat.
The government scored an important
point when Mr. Runisay admitted thst the
bridge toll at Bt I-ouls Is made part of the
through rate on all buslnest to and be
yond Bt. 1.AUI.S.
On cross-examination Mr. Ramsay 1 said
that the Terminal association was not or
ganised to miikn money, but solely for the
purpose of establishing convenient traffic
relations betwer-n the various roads com
Mr. Ramsay was followed by F. H. Hnr
wood., coal traffic manager of the Illinois
Central, who was asked concerning the
n.lego.1 rate agreement between the coal
oarrleYa on the eost side. Mr. Ha r wood
denied that such an agreement existed.
Henry Miller, general manager of the
. Wabash and vice president of the Mlssourl
llllno!t Br'.rtRe company, operntlng the Al
ton bridge, said that no changes had been
made m the operation of the Alton bridge
since' it passed Into the control of the pt.
Lou s tallways.
Following Mr. Miller's testimony Com
mlsHloner Rombauer, In accordance with
the previous understanding of attorneys
on behalf of each side, ordered the hearing
adjourned until October.
WESTERN MATTERS AT CAPITAL
Postmasters and Carriers Appointed
Dlstrlnt Attorney Gosa Is In
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. July I4.-(Speclal Tele
grant.) Isaao C. Bell ha been appointed
postmaster t Mount Hamlll. Lee county,
low, vice C. N. Diet, resigned.
Arthur E. Moor haa been appointed reg
ular , carrier, John A. Iarson substitute,
for rural rout No. 2, Keokuk, la. .
I John H. Llndall of Wert Point, Neb., and
Ernest V. Bwettlng of Algona, la., have
been, admitted to practice before tha In
trtor Department.. v - ,;
Civil service examinations will be held
July at Beatrice, Neb., for clerk and
carrier In the pastofllce service.
Mr." and Mrs. Charles A. Ooas of Omaha
are stopping at th Shoreham for a few
For the Entries' stupendous annual picnic
at Bennington park. Thursday, July 2. via
"Th Northwestern Line." Dancing, amuse
merits of all kinds, refreshments. The pub
lic Invited. Tickets. $1.00; for sale fiy the
committee or at Union station. Special
train, 10:M a. m.
aehoot Ship Slot Stranded.
QIBRALTAR. July 14.-The salvage
stsamer Olbeltarlk, whloh was sent to
Bpartel yeeterdsy on receipt of a report
that the New Tork school ahlp St. Marys
had. stranded at that point, returned today
and reported having found th school ship
Because of its Delicate
Sanative, and Antiseptic
Properties combined with
IHc purest of Cleansing
Ingredients and most re
freshing of Flower Odors
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st sea. When sighted th
bound for Gibraltar and
PIRATES ATTACK BRITISH SHIP
(attain of ateamer Balaam Injured
and Missionary Killed la riant
Sear Wuchow, China.
HONCJ KONO. July 14-The British
steamer Rainam was attacked by Chinese
pirates last evening at a point nfty miles
rrom Wuchow. Rev. Dr. MacDonald was
shot and killed. The captain of the steamer
was badly wounded and the engineer saved
himself by hiding behind the boilers. He
was, however, badly burned. A Chinaman
passenger also was killed. The pirate
escapea in Junks. The British steamer
Moorhand has left for the scene.
Rev. J. J. MacDonald and his wife are
stationed at Wuchow in the Interests of
the Wesleyan Missionary society. ,
STREET FIGHT IN TEHERAN
Troops and Students Clash mm Some
of Both Parties Are
TEHERAN. July 14. A sharp street fight
occurred here yesterday between the troops
and a procession of student malcontents, in
which twelve of the students and two
soldiers were killed.
Th activity of tha authorities has tended
somewhat to restore public confidence, with
the result thst the shops were reopened
today. The mullahs, however, are still In
the great mosque. The opinion prevails
that the true state of affairs is hidden
from tha shah.
Wails of Vatican Are In safe.
ROME, July 11 It ha long been known
that some part of the Vatican ara un
safe, but It has been discovered that th
palace Is practically falling to pieces. Even
the corner wher the pope's apartment la
situated needs strengthening and the pontiff
is moving out. The walls, which are
cracked, bulging and leaning outward, will
be temporarily strengthened Immediately.
To make the whole building safe will re
quire more than (100,000.
Musical Copyright In Britain.
IXJNDON, July 14. The British govern
ment has consented to father T. P. Con-
nor's musical copyright bill, which in
sures Its passage. It Is believed tbe en
actment of the measure will end the ex
tensive and long established piracy of mu
ale, especially American music, and Insure
the protection of foreign composers.
CHEAP GAS AT KANSAS CITY
Ordinance Granting; Franchise to "Vetv
Company Passed hy Cppe
Hons of Coanrll.
KANSAS CITT, July 14.-Th upper
house of the city council this morning
after a lengthy session passed a gas fran
chise ordinance, the chief features of
which are that natural gas la to be sup
plied at not ' excedlng 25 cents per 1,000
feet, and if the supply of natural gas
sliould be exhausted manufactured gas Is
to be supplied for not more tnan 7S cents
per 1,000 cubio feet.
The franchise la to run thirty years, but
the city may assume ownership of - the
plant at the end of ten year by purchas
ing all outstanding bonds. Tha measure
has the support of Mayor Henry M,
Beardsley. The Kansas City (Mo.) Oas
company, which now supplies the city with
artificial gas, charges )1 per thousand feet
BRUTAL MURDER IN
Christopher Splndlerann Shoots Ills
Wife ' After Three Honrs
DETROIT," Mich.. July 14. Christopher
Splndleman, aged 27, after practicing shoot
ing at a 28-cent piece for three hours, It
is alleged, shot and killed his wife aa she
aat on a camp stool on the lawn In front
of their home In Windsor, Ont., tonight.
The tragedy, which followed a violent
quarrel between Splndleman, who had been
drinking heavily, and his wife, occurred
In the presence of four of their children,
one of whom took the revolver from his
father, - who was about to turn It. on him
self. Splndleman asked to ae hi wife's
body after th shooting, and remarked:
"That's Just where I intended to hit her.
CROCKER GIVES TO CATHEDRAL
Bit of lfoh HIII Mansion Will
Donated to Eplaeopal
HAN FANCI8CO. July 14.-Blshop Wll.
Ham F. Nichols of th Episcopal church
says that th sit of th Crocker mansion
on Nob Hill will be given to ths diocese
of California for th building of a palatial
cathedral. Bishop Nichols said last night
that h la not yet ready to give nut the
details of the presentation.. Th lot I prob
ably th most valuable piece of residence
property in the city, ss It la the finest site
In th most exclusive district and com
mends a view of flia Golden Gate, the bay
and th entire city.
to arrangements tor tne transfer are
now being made.
WILL COLLECT MITCHELL FINE
Exeentor of Former Orefnn Senator
Are Asked to Pay Heavy
PORTLAND. Ore.. July 14 Francis J.
Heney, special assistant to the attorney
general, yesterday formally notified th
rnited SUtea district court of the death of
the late Senator John II. Mitchell, and on
Mr. Ileney's motion all pending indict
ments and actions against Mitchell were
nolled, with the exception of the suit
against Mitchell's estate to recover the
11,000 fin Inflicted as a part punishment for
Mitchell's having accepted remuneration
for practicing before a department of the
government while occupying the office of
L'nited States senator.
HOUSES FOR THE HOMELESS
California Committee with Over Three
Million Dollars Will Begin
SAN FRANCISCO. July 14. -A corpora
tion com posed of th member of th
finance committee, together wtth Governor
Parde and Mayor Schmlts, having at Its
command $3,710,000 of th relief fund, will
Immediately proceed to erect permanent
houses for th shelter of th city' home
leas: This ceurs was decided on In a set of
resolutions adopted at a meeting of th
committee yesterday. This step Is the first
tavprovld shelter that baa bea mad in the
ninety days since th disaster.
1M to Minneapolis and St. real mm
etnrn from Omaha Via rhl
mmmm Groat Western Railway.
Account O. A. R. National Encampment
at Minneapolis. August llth to li'h. Tick
ets oa sale August llth to lth. Return limit
August list, with extension privilege.
For further Information apply to H. H.
ChurcMU, Q. As liU Tmrumm U, On&ha.
FRENCH OBSERVE HOLIDAY
Rehabilitation of Drejfus Lends Especial
Eifniflcaoc to the Oocuioa.
SARRAUrS CONDITION IS REASSURING
Wounded Official Passes Sight Calmly.
bnt Physicians Man Ho Pre.
dlctlea as to Result
PARIS. Jul 14 -The celebration ot th
French national holiday today is assuming
special significance In connection with
Dreyfus resuming his place In th army.
Th Official Journal this morning published
a decree announcing his reinstatement and
promotion and Inscription of his name on
the list of chevaliers of th Legion of
Dreyfus, who remains In hi apartments,
la besieged by many friends, who are con
gratulating him on his success. The date
of his receiving his sword and putting on
his uniform awaits his assignment to a
The condition of Under Secretary of State
Barraut, who was dangerously wounded in
the breast yesterday in a duel fought with
M. Puglleal-Conti, following the passage of
the law restoring Dreyfus to the army, to
reassuring. He passed a calm night ana
no complications have developed. The
doctors held a consultation this morning
and diagnosed the wound as a perforation
of the upper part of th right lung. They
are not prepared at present to pronounce
definite opinion regarding his chances of
recovery, but another consultation, wntcn
will be held today, is expected to result In
a more favorable determination.
Prealdent Reviews Troops.
President Fallleres today reviewed the
troops at Iongchamps. The principal fea
tures of the day were the enormous crowds
and the frequent shouts of "Vive Dreyfus."
showing the prevailing sentiment. The
president of Cambodia assisted at the re
view, where the president's personal guests
In the tribune Included ' Ambassador Mc
Cormlck and Mrs. McCormlck and Con
gressman Nicholas Longworth and Mrs.
PROOF OF DREYFV lOCESCE
How It Was Discovered He Did ot
Write the Bordereau.
PARIS. July 14.-A a fitting epilogue to
the acquittal of Alfred Dreyfus, M. Philip
Bunau-Varllla today gave, the Associated
Press a remarkable Story of how he first
discovered positive proof of Dreyfua' Inno
cence and the guilt of Major Count Ester-
haxy, a story heretofore known only to a
few Intimates, Including Dreyfus, who said
during a recent dinner here that while the.
establishment of his Innocence was attrib
uted to many causes, M. Bunau-Varllla'a
chance detection of the counterfeit bor
dereau, or the main document on which thn
prosecution relied, was the real cause of
the triumph of Juntlc.
M. Bunau-Vurtlla saldi
Dreyfus- and I entered th polytechnic
school together In 178. Our ways parted
on our graduation, lie going Into the army
and 1 becoming a government engineer.
We seldom came together after that, but
once, chancing to meet him, we chatted
about a project which I was directing for
the development of the French Congo. Lnler
Ireyrus wrote to me asking ror informa
tion about the project, for the purpose of
writing a geographical study on the French
possessions in Africa. Through an over
sight the letter remained' unanawered. It
Was some years later that Dreyfus was
arrested . and convicted before a secret
court-martlsl. I first thought he was a
victim ot the prevailing antl-semltic senti
ment, hut the conviction appeared to estab
lish his sullt. HftnnenhiK to dine after-
ards with my brother Maurice, proprietor
of the Matin, h spoke of having a photo-
graphic reproduction of the bordereau cot
stltutlng the only proof on which Dreyfus
was convicted. All the official photographa
of th bordereau had been traced and re
turned to the court but some one hni
Ingenloualy photographed one of the photo
graphs, and this was delivered to my
nrntner with tne idea that Its publication
would prevent further ssertlons that
Dreyfus was innocent. However. Maurice
decided not to publish It, aa he did not
wlnh again to call public attention to Drey
fus, who was then considered to be a vile
When my brother snoke of the bordereau
the Idea flnslied acrosa my mind ' that I
might compre the document with some
thing written Dreyfus during our school
days at the polytechnic school. I - finally
found the old, unanswered letter In which
Dreyfus asked for Information relative to
In Dreyfus' letter to me the words havlnv
a double "e" were written with a long "'
first and a short "s" second, whereas In
the bordereau It was Just the reverse. Mv
brother made an independent comparison of
tne bordereau and the letter and reached
the same conclusion; namely, that the
handwriting of the letter about the Congo
was not that of ht bordereau. As to
gether we realised this discovery we felt
as though an earthquake had shaken us
Maurice immediately announced his de
termination to publish the photograph of
the bordereau, so thst every one possessing
letters written by Dreyfus would be able
to make comparison, and the following day
the people generally, and the Dreyfus
family In particular, saw for the first time
what has been known as the bordereau. The
sppearanc of th autograph of the bor
dereau led M. Castro, a stock broker, to
recoanlse it as belna- In the hania.riin
of one of his clients. Count Ksterhaiy. thus
rwirtiuiun- caiernasya trial and the pub
lication of Zola's famous "I accuse" Utta
If I had not forgotten to answer the letter
Dreyfus wrote to m about the Congo I
wuuiii nave lorn 11 to pieces, tne photo
graph of the bordereau would not have
n Dries red In the Matin and lvfiii nnM
be dead In shame or still confined on Devil's
TAFT MAY VISIT PHILIPPINES
Would Have No Effect
'Political or Judicial
WASHINGTON. July U-Tn answer to a
direct question as to whether r r.ct ii In
tended to visit th Philippine Islands next
spring, and If so whether that decision
might be taken as indication that he In
tended to decline the ofTer of a place on
the supreme bench. Secretary Taft today
said that he had received an Invitation
from the Filipinos to be present at the
opening of th first native assembly next
June. So far he had not com to any de
rision, but It might be stated that vh.ih.r
he accepted th Invitation or not, that d.
clslon would have no effect whatever on
his political future. In other words, bo
might, a a justice, visit the Islands quite
well as while h occupied the ortV of
secretary ot war.
Annual Excursion To Dnlnth.
Via Oreat Northern line will leave Bloux
City at I p. m. Thursday, August I, ar
riving Dulutn Friday morning. Return
ing will leave Duluth at 4 o'clock Sunday
afternoon August I. Round trip far only
to. Special through trains will b run
Consisting of tourist sleepers and day
coacnes. Double berth In sleeping car tl
each way. Duluth and vlclnty comprise
en of th most enjoy bl point for a few
day outing. Boat trip may be made to
many places of Interest In Lake Superior
at small cost.
Persona desiring berths should make
reservation aa early as possible In order
to Insure getting accommodations. Apply
to Agent ureal northern railway, Sioux
City, or ta Archibald Oray, Assistant
Oeneral Paasenger Agent, Sioux City, la.
Tery Lew Rate Tuesday.
xrrory Tueaoay. natanc oc ta year, the
fbteego Oreat West era railroad will 4
komeaeekar' ticket t Minnesota. North.
Dakota and Canadian northwest at about
halt rate; to other territory Brat and third
Tueadaya. write u. u. CnurchUl. Q. .
fcUl Fa nam street- Sua huutbar tm paexj
gad wkea semi.
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n Workitiffmaii's Friend and
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heraus we feel a closer friendship for him than does any other credit store. We provide more liberally for his convenience and his need
because we have hi Interest most at heart. We say "if you're lck or out of work no payment will be required of yon." We prove the "friend In
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CONVICT HIDES JN BAG OF RAGS
Novel Method In Attempt to Escape
from Penitentiary Almost
SIOUX FAtMi. -8. D-July 14. 8pccll
Telegram.) Fred Barton, a bank robber
who la serving a term of fourteen years
and six months In the Sioux Falls peniten
tiary, late this afternoon made a daring
attempt to escape and as a result had a
remarkable experience which nearly cost
him his life. He concealed himself In one
of A number of bales of old rags which
were being shipped from the penitentiary
and wa conveyed to the Illinois Central
freight depot. Had it not been for the
fact that each bale waa weighed when a
load arrived he. might have succeeded In
making his escape. However, when the
bale In which he was concealed was
weighed It was noticed that the bale
weighed over 100 pounds more than the
other bales and an Investigation was made
and Barton found hidden Jn the bale. With
out being released from his uncomfortnble
position he was taken back to the peniten
tiary. When the rags were withdrawn
from about him he was found to be nearly
all In, being nearly dead from suffocation
and the severe Jolting and tumbling to
hlch he had been subjected when the
bule was handled by the men in charge
Barton, with three comrades. "Jack"
Wilson, "Paddy" Carroll and John Burns,
was convicted last January In the state
circuit court of Bonhomme county of the
robbery of the bank of Springfield at
Springfield, that county, on the morning of
October 1 last. The arrest ot Barton and
Burns waa due to the vigilance of Chief
of Police Hirbes of Aberdeen, who traced
them to Bloux City, where they were placed
under arrest. They refused to return to
South Dakota without the formality of a
requisition. This waa secured by Sheriff
Oarner of Bonhomme county Immediately
befor last Thanksgiving. When arrested
the two prisoners had In their possession
about 1126 In silver coin, which at their
trial wa Identified as part of the IS.ZOO
which wa taken from the 8prmfleld bank.
Bleyrles Figure In Strike.
BIOl'X FALLS. 8. D.. July 14.-(Speclal.)
The local union printers, who went out on
strike last fall, and who have since been
ggressively carrying on a fight for closed
printing establishments In Sioux Falls, have
added a bicycle corps to tha forces. In a
period of a few days the strikers Induced
nine nonunion printers to cease work In
two local printing establishments, which re
fuse to accede to the demands ot the strik
ers. In self protection the proprietors of
the two establishments supplied the re
mainder of their forte with bicycles,1 so
they could escape the pickets who during
working hours patrol the streets In front
of the Institutions. But this step is proving
of no avail, aa the union pickets have now
provided themselves with . bicycles, thus
adding another chapter to tbe printers'
strike, which Is one of the moat aggressive
of Its kind In the country.
Rt Idenee of Wyoming Crime.
RAWLINS, Wyo.. July 14.-In a small
draw near here a deserted prairie schooner
with two emaciated horses nea'rby haa been
discovered. Tht wagon box Is splintered
with bullet holes and the Inside of the
wagon stained with blood. Th wagon Is
of eastern make and the outfit la believed
tu have been the property of a family ot
emigrants. Foul play Is feared.
Rstradltlon (or West Hal.
PIERRE. 8. D.. July 14. tSpeclal Tele
gram.) Sheriff L. D. Pbipps of "Burt
county, Nebrssks, today secured an ex
tradition warraut froii Governor Elrod for
West Hale, wanted for criminal assault
on a 15- ear-old girl. Hale ia under arrest
at Geddea, being held for th Nebraska
Contractor Die from Fall.
PIERRE. 8- V.. July 14,-tSpeclal Tele
grani r C. Lexau. a building contractor at
Fort Pkir, died ' today rem Injur! r-
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1414-16-18 DOUGLAS ST.
a fall of twenty-five feet yester
a building which ha was con-The-'fall
crushed his skull.
JUDGE LECTURES POLICEMAN
8t. Louis'. Offlrer Who, Arreste Col
bred Child for Resentlna n Joke
Pnya Cost of Cnse.
BT. IX)tlS. Mo.. July 14. In passing along
North Thirteenth street. Policeman J.
Collins pleasantly accosted a 12-year-old
colored girl, named Ruby Johnson, with:
"Hello Topsy." The child resented the
alleged pleasantry and because of her
langusge Policeman Collins arrested her.
When Judge Bishop, In police court heard
the evidence today he promptly- released
Ruby, severely lectured Policeman Collins
and then assessed Collins $1375, the cost of
Mill In Kansas.
INDEPENDENCE, Kan., July 14. The
plant of the Independence Milling conipan;
of this city was destroyed by fire early t.
day, together with 30,000 bushels of whin.
Hastings Chantauqaa Is Open.
HASTINGS, Neb.. July 14. (Special Tele
gram.) The Hastings Chautauqua was tor ;
I mally opened tonight with a home talent
program, in wnion a cnorus oi i Bingert i
and several soloists took part. An address I
nt welcome waa delivered on behalf of the '
city by Mayor Miles, ard President J. N.
Clarke welcomed the visitors on behalf f
This la the first season of the Chautauqua
association and It la starting oft under
satisfactory conditions. Nearly all of the
tents provided for campers have been re
served and the arrivals of tomorrow and
Monday will exhaust the supply. The
Chautauqua will end with the meeting Sun
day, July 22. On that day Senator LaFol
lette will deliver an address, the date of his
engagement having been changed from tha
Saturday before. Klncoln McConnell, who
has been conducting revival meetings In
various town In Nebraska for aeveral
months past, has been engaged for plat
form director. Among the speakers who
will be here during the week are; Sam
Jones, Dr. Frank Ounsaulus, Mrs. Eleanor
Bingham, Dr. John Men-It t Driver and
Ptof. Herbert Wlllett. Sam Jones will
speak tomorrow afternoon.
to Bt. Pool stt Minneapolis
From Omsha. via Chicago Oreat Wtt
Railway. Tickets on sal dally aftr May
II to September fO, Final return limit,
October a. Equally low rates to other
points in Minnesota, North Dakota. Wiscon
sin and lower Michigan. For further in.
loimatlon apply to H. H. Churchill, general
agent. UU Farnam street, Omaha.
t'oyle Kamed for Judge.
SPIRIT LAKE, I.. July 14.-tBpeclall
D. F. Coyle of Humboldt was nominated
by the Fourteenth Judicial convention to
succeed Judge W. BQurtin of Algona on
the three hundred and thirty-third ballot
Judge Bailie of Storm Iake was accorded
People of West' at Resorts In Enst.
HOSTON. Mass., July 14 (8iecial Tele,
gram.) Recent arrivals from the west at
New England summer resorts include:
Poland Springs. Me. Mr. and Mrs
Charles F. Manrterson. Omaha, at Poland
Springs house; Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Burn
bain. Lincoln. Neb., at The Summit.
Mi. Washington, N H -J. A R. Wyk.
Davenport, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. I.. R.
Hosebrook. Oskaloosa. Ia.
North Conway, N. H Miss Marie and
Evleen Snyder, Fort Madison, Ia. at Mute!
gwampacott. Mass -Mrs. C. E. Perkins,
Burlington. Ia., at New Ocean house.
Kansas Bar Flstnre Bur-d.
INDEPENDENCE, Kan., July 14. Th
valuable bar nxiures of ftv CnfTeyvn -and
on Chrryv111e jolntists, who recently
served jail sentences for violation ut the
prohibition law, were burned today My
order of Judge Flannelly of Hi local
court. Forty cases of beer and a quan
tity cf whisky alia wr destroyed,
S , jelit
H ill Country f-C'L
Kitchen, or any
cd Completely unii
oroughly dopi iuIhIiU'
value of the outfit
In snv other home fur-
no question about It.
AHO tS.OO KOITTKX.T.
$frJ T&nf. I Parlor Arm T85
VjiKl I I 1 fsH Chair, Special J
Our own exclusive design, very
hsndsome, lA-lnch tnblnr.
beautiful ornamented J"''"";
post knobs and chills, elegantly
enameled, and can be h'ui '
any of the popular
Actual value of tnia
On (ISO Purchase
SI6 cash and $8 monthly
On 300 Purchase
in cash and 110 monthly
Ijtrge amounts on pro
portionately low terms.
Throughout the U. S.
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The Rff-LiARL Specialists
A VISIT WILL TELL
Perhaps you are sufferlnf In silence;
irl,.1.r,r'i i..f non't
beeiT successful heretofore. There may
r..i nr. nt h.nnlnos. and nroarmrlt T. A
Is worth the trouble, as health is a prim necessity.. mosi vaiuaui
paramount to almost anything a human being can possess i.
Do not be satisfied until you bav been examined bythe best specalists in
the country. Tou may be sent away happy, without treatment, but "vlea, that
will save you time and money, as well a mental ""r'n- Kyo'i.,r,tq.5
treatment, and your case is a curable one, you will be treated ho etly and
skillfully and restored to health within the briefest possible period and st
the least possible expense. We will msk a thorough, searching and sclent Iflo
examination of your aliments, an examination that will disclose your true
physical condition, without a knowledge of which you are groping In the dark
and without a thorough understanding of which no physician or specialist
should treat you.
WE CURE SAFELY AND THOROUGHLY
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Ncrvo-Sexual Debility,
Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal,
Kidney and Urinary Diseases,
and all diseases and weaknesses of men due to vll habits, excesses. elf-abus
or the result of speclho or private diseases. . .
Wa niako no misleading statements, decrptlre or unbuuinesailke
proposition to the afflicted, nor do we promise to cure ttiem In a few
days, nor offer cheap, worthless treatment In order to aeoure their
patronage. Honest doctor of reeogniaed ability do not resort to auch
methods. We guarantee a safe and lasting cure In the quickest
possible time, without leaving injurious attr i-ffects In the system, and
at the lowest cost pcaslble for honest, skillful and successful treatment.
FREE CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION, tto'on10
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Ren! an Auto!
Ready Day or Night.
Telephoa Boaglas HI.
2044-46-4S Farnam St.
PQWEIL AUTOMOBILE CO.
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Inn B M'tJhiCtlMu.kuw.tiM
J y immm feji- l t. Sn4
Mi i Cl f intll c-
aauWm, tunus , tnTl a . tU
In beautiful rollshed ma
hogany finish, with broad,
comfortable back. orna
mented with artistic carv
ings, llaa loose cushions,
covered with extra heavy
imported velour and secure I
by pretty silk cords with
It is made of solid oak, with
beautiful golden finish. Is of
exoellent workmanship, has
large French bevel mirror, new
diamond shape, i extra well
made, new exclusive design.
TRSfOR GUI IS N
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cerhatis you hav been unasuccess'
can be secured only through
deeoalr even though you hav. not
be health in .tor. for you yet-a
visit to our office will tell, sure
a visit n our omce will ten. surety u
KILLS UKI Bl OB,
KILLS ALL INSfcXTS,
HAS NO ODOR
Does Not I3urti or Explode
kills the HgK. Too. Bee th Point?
"UUEU.N r-OlSO.V I easily applied
with brusb or feather. A li-cent bot
tle of "GREEN POISON" from jrom
druggist will kill nilllioD bug.
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3 ,m.niiin ptulM, awia
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Your Monay's Worth
THE OMAHA DEE
Best tlT. West
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