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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 21, 1906)
THE'OMAIIA DAILY ftEE: : SATURDAY. JULY 21, 190ft
SATURDAY WILL BE A.DAY OF SPECIALLY
s . . . '
Buying Interest is at the Highest
And no wonder for the splendid values offered through
out onr great store makes every customer a living advertisement of the won
derful bargain opportunities presented Jn this great sale. Take immediate ad
vantage of .these offerings;, they mean much in saving to you. ....
ATTRACTIVE .BARGAIN. GIVING: COtYlE! I
THE RELIABLE STORE
Many New Stocks Brought Forward
Lend added charm to the already great array of bargains.
Depleted stocks are constantly renewed from our immense reserve. Nearly all
goods now shown are very slightly or entirely undamaged. At the prices quoted
are certainly the very best bargains yet offered.
THERE WILL BE OTHER BARGAIN CHANCES HERE, BUT NONE DETTER THAN THESE. READ THEM CAREFULLY.
Great Millinery Purchase
Almost a complete clearanoe of not only the damaged,
but undamaged portions of our stock of ladies' hats haa
been effected during this great sale. But our buyer has
secured the entire stock of Trimmed Summer Hats from
one of the largest millinery concerns in the country at a
price that enables us to sell you beautiful hats at a price of
about one-third the cost of materials.
Elegant Pattern Hats that would sell regularly A QO
up to $20.00 and $25.00, Saturday . . . . .BZr(j
Stylish' Trimmed Shapes, worth regularly up ) PA
to $10.00, will go at JJ
Hats; that Ln season would sell for $5.00
-choice Saturday? . . . ; .
Trimmings alone are worth in many cases twice the prices
, ':7; Clearance,
Our entire Hat Stock
must go and our prices will
insure ' quick ' clearance.
Don't . miss these bargains
Men's and Boys' Straw
Hats About 150 dozen in
the" lot, worth 50c to 75c,
on sale Saturday, at,
choice .............. .15c
HfX'n tirA Ttvtra' Torn ' il?
all styles, worth from 50c
to 75c at, choice. .... .25c
Boys' Caps, worth up to
50c, Saturday 10c
Men's1 "Telt ;; Hats,' in ;- all
, styles, worth , $1,50 ' and
. $2,00, choice Saturday,
.,75c and 4' 60c
, Greatest Trunk, Grip and
Suilj Case values in Omaha.
All oileJ. or. musaed Neckwear
jnust Jba deposed of at once and
will be placed on sale Saturday In
three great lots:
Lot X Neckwear worth op to
. lOe.' Saturday, at 8H
Lot' a Neckwear worth up to
20S Saturday, at . . fic
Lot. a Neckwear Worth op to
25ct Saturday, at! 10c
Fancy Decorated China
Cups and Saucers, Plates,'
Fruits, Olive Dishes, Nut
Bowls, Trays, etc., in
French or German China
and Japanese Ware. Many
of them hand painted and
worth up to $1.00 on sale
Saturday in 'three lots
at 15c, 10c and. ....... .5c
Beautiful , Art Pottery Jar
dinieres, at up from...25o
Crystal Flint Vaaes Colon
ial cut pattern ; you can
scarcely distinguish them
from genuine cut; which
would sell for $10.00 to
$15.00. . .These , vases on
sale Saturday, at - 59o
and . . ...... , . ,35c
Quart , Mason Fruit Jars,
per. dozen 45o
Fine Thin Blown Tumblers,
each 2 lao
Wine Glasses, e..ch ;lc
BEEF, IRON AND
at , ,
BR ADELINE CLEANER,
COLGATE 8 TOOTH
MOST DELIGHTFUL BARGAINS YET
....... ... , . . . .
In Our Ladies' Suit Department
Probably the most exciting bargain event of the sale will occur Saturday, when thousands of
Women's Garments entirely undamaged will be shown for the first time. At Prices As Low A3
the Damaged Goods Prices. These Values Are Beyond Comparison. The Greatest Ever Offered.
Women'a $6.09 Dragging ' ' PA
Sacques, at JktD U
Women's $5.00 Dreeelnf 1 CI C
Barques, at lJD
Women's $3.00 and $3.60 PA
Dressing Sacqnes, at l,DJ
Women's $1.00 Dressing " CCA
Bacques, at. ,.JDC
Women's $1.00 Dressing. Tft
Sacques, at. . .t ......... . . . . JC
$40.00 Prince Baits, in white Swiss,
i lingerie, batiste, etc., exquisitely de-
. signed, daintily trimmed;
Handaome White Salts,' ln princess
style, regular $20.00 values; "7 C A
'. Saturday I . JU
912.00 White Lown Suits, ln prettiest
new styles; will go Satur- T QC
day at. . . . JJD
Pretty Suits, that sold regularly at
$7.50; ln this sale, I QP
OTHER SPECIAL SniBT WAIST and
'StlT BARGAINS. .
Thee Goods Are Entirely Undamaged.
Women's $3.00 Wash Skirts at. .91.48
Women's $5.00 Walking Skirts. .S1.00
Women's $8.00 and $10.00 Skirts
, Saturday $4.05
Women's $12. OX) and $18.00
Skirts Saturday i . . . . -. . . .
Women's $15.00 and $18.00
Tailor Suits Saturday ...$4.95
Women's $6.00 Silk Waists Sat
urday : $2.4ff
Women's $2.50 Waists Saturday. .Uric
Women's $1.60 Waists Saturday . :fic
lKKH81a BACQUES, MATINEES
Saturday we will close out all onr
fine Dressing Sacques, Matinees and
Wrappers at . ,
LESS TIIAN HALF PRICE.
These goods were delayed at the ex
press office and are all clean and fresh.
Women's $3.00 and $4.00 . frt
Matinees Saturday... I.JU
Women's $2.60 and $3.00 I -IP
Lawn Wrappers, at , I t
SATURDAY KVEIHQ HOUR
From e Till 7. P. M. $1.60
Moire Underskirts, at......
Prom 7 till 8:80 P. M $1.60
Wrappers, at.'. .'. . . .'. .....
From 7:30 T1U 9 P. M. $1.00 IP
Dressing Sacques, at........ JDC
The, Last of Our Great
Yaier Damage Sale in
Our Hardware Dept.
Everything will be placed in
one big aisle nothing to be re
served. .We are going to clean
the balance of this stock out
regardless of cost. First come,
first choice. Hundreds of bar
gains to pick from.
These will al be placed on tables
and marked ln. plain figures. Hun
dreds of these bargains were not even
sprinkled with water. This will be
one of the greatest jQranlteware,
Hardware, Tinware, Silver Plated
Ware, Enameled Ware, Aluminum
Ware, Knives, Forks,. Spoons, Gaso
line Stoves, etc., sale ever known ln
the hlatory of Omaha; h Sale to' com
mence Saturday morning. 'We have
doubled our force of clerks in this. .
department to ' wr.lt on you.. Don't
miss it. Our loss Is your gala.
Grocery Prices at Omaha's Great
est Grocery Department
New, Stock, Highest Quality and Lowest Prices.
21 lbs. best pure cane Granulated
10 lbs. best Granulated Cornmeal. .15c
Potted Ham, Devilled Ham, Potted
Tongue, Devilled Tongue or Pot
ted Beef, per can. 8c
The best Corn Starch, per pkg. ... 4c
8 cans Boston Baked Beans. ... :7e
lAb. pkg Macaroni. 8 l-3c
l'-lb. pkg Seeded Raisins ,7 He
1-lb. can fancy, Alaska Salmon. .. .10c
6-lb. pails pure fruit Jelly-. ....... 15c
Large glass pure fruit Jelly 4c
The best Soda Crackers, per lb ... . c
Xcelo Breakfast Food,! per pkg. .'.V 5c
Large bottle pure Tomato Catsup 8 1-Sc
Worcester Sauce,, per .bottle. . . .7 He
TEA AAD.DOFFEB SALE.
Fancy B. F- Japan, or Sun Dried Japan
'- Tea, nothing finer for ice tea, per
lb.., .... .'V"V . 85c
Fancy Santos; Coffee, per ib. . ... . .15c
Fancy Marlcalbor Blend . Corree,
Fancy Porto Rico Blend Coffee.
per lb 20o
Fancy Tea Slftings, per lb 12H
BUTTER AND CHEESE SALE
SPECIAL. Fancy Dairy Butter, per lb 16e
Fancy Separator. Creamery Butter,
equal to anything- put up ln packages
for much higher prices pe lb. , ,21c
Fancy full cream N. Y. White
Cheese, per lb lOo
OMAHA'S GREATEST FRESH FRUIT
Fancy Elberta Freestone Peaches,
per 4-basket crate ..75o
Fancy Elberta Peaches, single
, basket ..... , .....20c
2 measures .fresh roasted Peanuts .'.Bo
Large Juicy Lemons, jtar doz.". ... .20c
Fancy Cooking Apples, per peck.. 20c
Large heads Cabbage, each. ...... 8c
Special Belt Sale
Buster Brown Belts,
White Wash Belts, .
Saturday, at ....... .
50c Silk Belts, in all
colors, at ;..
75c Hair Brashes, t
25c Celluloid Combs, 17tA
85c Hand Scrub Brashes, f 7
25c Rubber Sponges, CM
at . . . .. ...... ....C
23c Tooth Brushes j"
th Brushes ,
aS Ribbon Sale
All kinds of Plain and Fancy
Ribbons, worth "5c to 50c per
yard, go on sale Saturday, at,
yard, 2y2c, 5c, 7y2c and 19c.'
Best bargains yet offered.
Men's Underwear Day
In Our Furnishing Goods Department.
Entirely undamaged high grade Underwear will go at
prices unmatchably low. Don't miss them.
Men's . Balbrtggaa Shirts and
Drawers. - all sixes, plain or
fancy colors regular VC
50c values, at. .JC
Men's Drawers, In fine Hsle thread,
. sold regularly at $1.00, all sites,
nloe clean stock, will PA
go at dUC
Ladies and Children's . Hose,
worth up to 26, in three lots,.
Saturday at 12 c,
7 He and... ..DC
All Ladies', , Hosiery, Corsets
and Infants' Wear priced regard
less of cost. .Every thing must go.
Men's Underwear, in fine silk or
silk and lisle, the finest gar-
ments money can
$1.60 to $3.00 per
garment, Saturday. . . . . .1
$1.60 Men's Negligee Shirts,- all
. new, stylish patterns, in all
sises, on sale Satur- Q Q
day, at OC
Men's $1.00 Shirts,
variety of patterns,
Men's Fancy Hose, worth regularly
up to 25c, ln three lota, Satur
day, at. 13 Vic, 10c Qu
Balbripgan Shirts and
Drawers, In all sixes, 1CA
80c values, at
Big Water Damage Shoe Sale
Men's fine Shoes, regular prices $3.00, $3.60 and $6.00 1 CA
made by Stetson, HuJskamp and Crossett, at. JJJ
Women's $8.00 and $3.60 fine Shoes, all sites,
Women's fine Patent Colt $3.60 andr$4.00 Oxfords,
Little Gents' and Misses' $1.26 and $1.60 shoes,
Women's, Misses' and Childs' Storm Rubbers,
Childs' $1.00, $1.25 and $1.60 fine Kid and Patent Leather Cft
Lace and Button Shoes, at 75c and .. vUC
Women's and Men's Slippers, worth up to $1.75,
Men's Slippers, worth up to $3.00, at $1.25
Women's fine Sea Island Canvas Oxfords, in blue, pink or I 'IC
or grey, at
G rover Oxforda, all sties and widths, in this sale,
Prices on Polish and silk ties in this sale just one-half, A
great opportunity for our Grover customers as all former
prices have been greatly reduced on this justly celebrated
shoe that is especially made for tender feet. ,
.ft y .. s -i;..-v, ' . '. ' T "
We have practically closed out
all the ladles' handkerchiefs that
were water soaked, but have re
maining a lot that have been
slightly soiled or mussed during
this sale. These will go Saturday
at the same prices as those badly
damaged. -, v. .,
Lot 1 Handkerchiefs worth 5c
and lOcat... 1 .
choice ............ . &iC
Lot 2 Handkerchiefs worth 10c
and 15c, at,
Lot 8 Handkerchiefs worth 15c
and 25c, at,
choice t tC
Omaha's Big Meat
Saturday Is for Money Savers.
Spring Chickens, Z Pp
Shoulder Roast, C I
pound , . . '. . . . D4C
Boiling Beef, ,
pound '. C
Sirloid Steak, J f j
pound 1 14C
AFFAIRS-AT SOUTH OMAHA
Tracklarintr on Bellevus Line frinn Joy
' to ths Country Club.
HAtF Ifl'lLE., OF RAILS LAID FIRST DAY
Inferior , at the ; Paeklas Roam
Drp(U on a I alforra af Walla
Dirlt i B Wara While
at Tklr Work.
The seyih Pople and the member of
th Couotry club, with others interested,
are rtjlcinf over the "prospect, of speedy
connections by rtUI between Albright and
Wfllvua. Tho actual work of layln the
rails "was begun Thursday morning- and
since thAt time hs been progreisftig rap
idly, eid rails and curves have been put In
temporarily .to make the connection with
thrt 'Albrltrht line, while the company Is
waiting for new steel curves to arrive.
1 p to the present time over a half mile
of raj Is hava been. laid.,. The work wUl be
pushed as rspidly as possible. It Is hoped
that the fracK w6uld be completed as far
is the club grounds by Sunday. This. how.
ever, may not be accomplished. Shoulif it
be done It I Hkly that a 'stub" car may
be. put on t accommodate the people who
ainh So vlatt the club Sunday. The grading
to Fort Crook haa not been completed and
It may be some time before the military
post Is accommodated.'
Saaltary Inspector Has Smallpox.
The city sanitary Inspector. W. A. Mc
Cllntock, has taken the smallpox. He has
been exposed several times since his in
duction Into office. The last exposure was
when attending the case of Mrs. Hall at
2114 N street, some ten days ago. He vu
taken with what appeared malarial fever
aboit four days ago,, but it has since de
veloped he was suffering, from the early
stages of smallpox. When taken sick he
appointed his brother-in-law, J. W. Parsley,
to attend the duties In his stead, and
yesterday morning It fell to the lot of the
brother-in-law to place the Inspector under
quarantine. The Inspector lives rufar Thir
teenth and J streets and his house now
bears the glaring yellow sign. The city
hall was thoroughly fumigated and It Is
thought there Is little danger of Infection
from that source, though he has been in and
out many times ln his work.
Work for ltr Council.
The next meeting of the city council will
have to do with several new Items, the
preliminaries of which have already been
filed with the city clerk or referred to the
proper committee of tha council. Among
the llrst is the project of grading Fifteenth
from Missouri avenue north to J street
and of Twenty-third from N to W street
The grading of F street from Twenty
sixth to the I'nlon Pacific right-of-way Is
also to come up, though the preliminaries
have progressed farther ln that case. Ap-
KILLS THE GERMS
0 OF SCROFULA
f 'The laws of nature and heredity are fixed and invariable. Parents who
are. related by the ties of blood, or who have a consumptive tendency, or
family blood taint, are sure to transmit.it to their children in the form of
Scrofula. Swollen glands, brittle bones, weak eyes, hip dUease, pale, waxy
complexions, emaciated bodies, running sores and ulcers, and general weak
constitutions axe the principal ways in which the disease is manifested.
Those who have inherited this blighting trouble may succeed in holding it
i a theck during young, vigorous life; but aitcr a spell of sickness, or when
the system has begun to weaken and lce its natural vitality, the ravages of
the disease will become manliest and sometimes run . into Consumption;
S. S. S. roes down into the circulation and forces out the scrofulous deposits.
kills the germs and completely cures the disease. It changes the quality of
the blood by removing all impurities and poisons and supplying this vital
fluid with rich, health-sustaining qualities. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable
medicine and is especially adapted to systems which have .been weakened
and poorly nourished by scrofulous blood. Literature on ocrolula and medical
tJvice Irw- , : , ' jpf pyrin SftCiHG CO; A TIAM7A, QA
praisers will likely be appointed for all
of the grading .propositions. The council
will consider resolutions In accord with pe
titions for the opening of T and Z streets
across the Rock Island tracks and the
opening of Twenty-fifth from U street
south, as well as the opening of lower N
street to a point opposite the west end
of the O street viaduct, and from there In
a devloua course through the stock yards.
The council will also have to consider the
appeals of three parties with alleged griev
ances over the decision of the board of
appraisers of streets graded In Brown park.
These parties are Matilda Pallk, John
Kavan, John Kadlec and Sophia Carlston.
Inspeetprs Dlacasa Work.
The Inspectors of the' local bureau of
animal mausiry neia a meeting last ntgm
In the postoffice building for the- purpose
of adopting a'unlfortn style of dress fur
use on the floors of the packing honses.
It is understood that the majority of the
inspectors favor a fair quality of white
duck made up In military style with cuffs
and braid. The nature of the work makes
It necessary that the uniforms be of ma
teiial which can be washed. Some of the
clothes of the Inspectors are subject to
daily contact with the blood of the ktlllng
floors. These uniforms will only be worn
In the plants, and will be a means of dis
tinguishing the Inspectors. The matter of
the uniforms Is purely voluntary on the
part of the local Inspectors, there being
no requirement of the department for any
thing of tha kind.
Mrs. John Hart Dies Saddenly.
Mrs. John Hurt, wife of the former
emergency house manager of 0outh Omaha,
died suddenly in Omaha ycaterday. She
went to the.city yesterdsy yesterday feeling
more than usually well, though she has
been mora or less confined during the spring
by illness.-" During the afternoon she com
plained of feeling ill and her mother se
cured a room where she could lie down(
suspecting a relapse of a severe attack of
sinking, which had occorred a few days
ago. Her condition appeared to be made
much worse by the heat of the afternoon
and she grew rapidly worse and died about
Improvesneat Clak Meeting.
City Engineer E. H. Rohrbaugh attended
tha meeting of the Highland Park Improve,
ment club last Thursday evening and ex
plained to the club why the petition to
grade F street from Twenty-sixth to the
Union Pacific right-of-way was faulty. On
his recommendation, a new petition was
started yesterday. He also explained to
the club the present status of the sewer
question so far as It affected the Highland
Park-district, aesurtng the members that
f'lll and, equitable appropriation had been
made fur Inal district with lbs oiLcrs. The
city council will be' asked to put a stop to
the flllng, of holes in wooden sidewalks
with yellow clay, and to order new walkr,
where such walks are needed. The club
also' expressed Itself foreeably on the weed :
nuisance. An election of officers completed I
the business of the 'club. The following'
are the officers for the ensuing- year: C. .V.
Miller, president; A. U Hunter, vice presi
dent: Frunk Sevtck. secretary; John Kltwtt.
treasurer. Executive board, J. T. Sullivan,
T. J. Inghram, Thomaa Vaughn, S. N. Mc
Cold, Thomaa Parker.
Rev. -Kalph W. Ltvers will be Installed
pastor of the First English Lutheran church
next Sunday mortilrig at, 11 o'clock. Rev.
Millard V. Troxell, D.i E. president of Mid
land college, Atchison. Kan., will be pres
ent to deliver the address to the congrega
tion, while Rev. James A. Ixtwe, Ph. D.,
will deliver the charge to the pastor. Rev.
Mr. Lowe will have charge of the solemn
rite of installation. Friends have been ex
tended an Invitation 'to this service, and the
ceneral public te also welcome. Rev. J. A.
Ix)we, the president of the Nebraska synod
and pastor at Beatrice; Neb., is an old
pastor of Rev. Mr.rLivers and . his com,
ing will be appreciated by the people of
South' Omaha, Mr. Troxell Is also known
here. . ; ;
"The Power of the Gospel" will be tht
subject f Rev. George Van Winkle's ser
mon Sunday morning. The young people
will hold an "Echo"- meeting of the recent
convention. The regular services are an
nounced for the. evenkig.
Rev. W. D. Stamhaugh's Sunday. morning
sermon win" 'consider 'Growth In Grace,"
1! .Peter 1118. The evening sen ice wUl be
on the text, "Out of Zlon. the .Perfection of
Beauty, God Hath Shined." Tha Epworth
league social of Thursday evening was a
"Modern Infidelity" will be Dr. Wheeler's
topld Sunday morning. The evening sermon
will be along evangelical lines, Mrs. E. B.
Shugart will sing a solo In the morning
and her fine voice should be heard by all
rreabyteriana. The young women of the
King's J)aughters enjoyed a fine picnic at
Rivervlew park yesterday afternoon.
Maale City Goaslav
It la said that C. F. Oliver has left South
Omaha tor good. Hs has been connected
AX OLD and VK LL-TIU E D REMEDY.
rOR OVER SIXTT TBASS.
kxs. wra slows looraua rrmtrp.
tu bma tr em fcJXTY TEARS r MILLIONS
o( MOTHKKs ur tlMtr I HlLDRtK WHILE TKK1H
1.NO. WITH PERFECT kl vrfcSS. IT ouTBfcS LH
(HILU. fcOFTKNS tlx OUUg. ALLAYS All PAIN;
Cl BbS Winn COUc . us 1 U M nmtit lot
MAhKHotA. si br ttiMsius U nr srt
Hi world S ar 'and (or -
MRS. HINSLOWs SOUTHING SYRCP
with the Arm of Oliver A White . of the
Omaha Advertising company.
J. J. Gillln Is expected home this evening
from his trip to Illinois.
Mrs. P. D. Olivet and son - from Salis
bury, Mo., are visiting with her uncle and
aunt, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wright.
It Is reported that a lot. Jut next to the
city hall site for which 116. WO or so was
paid, can now- be bought lor 12,000.
Mrs. A. L. Duff reports the loss of a
coat belonging to her little boy. She
thinks she knows who. took the garment.
Dr. R. L. Wheeler will accompany Harry
McCandless, who has been an invalid for
over a year, to Lake Manawa Sunday
afternoon. He will be placed in the house
of H. M. Wells for a time.
Behind the word "suspicion" placed after
the name of Charles Hahn, a man of a
family and married, and - a resident of
Omaha in the vicinity of Cass and Seven
teenth, there is an unprintable story so
gross that If he lived on the frontier he
might expect to be hung. He was ar
rested by Captain Turnqulot In the act of
assaulting a 6-year-old girl ln a closet of
the Mahoney block. Samuel Winters heard
the child's pitiful cries and the police were
OUR LETTER BOX.
OMAHA. July au.-To the Editor of The
Ece: I want to add something to wnat i
said In The Bee yesterday on the water
works question by way of post script. '
Systematic war on the Omaha Water com
pany has been waged for years on account
of the rates. These rates, according to a
decision of the United States circut court,
are contract rates. I never heard anybody
complain of the rates to private consumers
until certain gentlemen discovered that the
people were being robbed by the water
company. I always thought and think now
that, considering the conditions of rank
barbs Hem ln respect to Omaha's water sop
ply existing twenty years ago, "ratea to
private consumers were cheaper than com
mon dirt, and that they have never been ex
orbitant at any time since. But It la said
that the hydrant ratea ara eating up the
town. Omaha agreed to pay the rata by
solemn contract, didn't It? Omaha pavs.
tSO.OOO per year, aa I remember, hydrant
rentals. Tha water company pays Into the
treaaury of this city 171. WD a year la taxes.
Hew stands the account In hydractsT
Twenty years ago Omaha was a straggling
wooden village, unpaved, unkempt, burled
In dust or mud, without either drainage or
sewers or adequate . protection from fire.
Its water works consisted of wells and
cisterns more or less foul, with pumps and
buckets and hand engines for fire protec
tion, and disesse factoiiea la tha way of
cesspools for sewage. No healthful and
luivixlous and modern improvemanti were
In the Omaha home In those days, and yet,
it could not have raised $100,010 of Its own
money to. build even an excuse for an
adequate water system. But a stranger
came within Our gates and put down mil
lions to build as fine a .water plant as thl
country ever saw. He stsked his money on
the future Omaha. These water works
have been and now are an unmixed boon
and blessing to every man, woman and
child within its limits. Next to the Union
Pacific railroad no single agency has con
tributed so much to the heslth. prosperity
and progress of Omaha as these water
works have done. Why should this prosper
ous, powerful and progressive young city
wage war upon the water company? Is It
not utterly foolish, when we come to think
about ltT I shall never doubt that fair,
friendly and open dealing would have been
better tor us all.
DR. GEORGE L. MILLER.
Stationary Enaxloeers Talk Electricity
Local No. 1. National Associstlon of Sta
tlonnry Engineers, held Its regular meeting
at Washington hall Frlnny evening with a
good attendance of leading stationary en
gineers present. The subject of discussion
was "What Amount of Electricity Will
An invitation was received from Inter
national union No. M for Omaha No. I to
convene with them in an open meeting at
their lodge rooms at Labor temple July CS.
All members are requested to meet at the
new nostoffice at i .) a. m.
body to Labor temple hall.
and go In u,
STATIONARY FIREMEN COMING
International Brotherhood Will Hold
Its Convention In Omaha 1
The annual convention of tha Interna
tional Brotherhood of Stationary Firemen
will be held in Omaha from August 12 ti
ill. In all probability the sessions will be ,
held at Labor temple. Delegates will ba;
here from sll parts of the t'nltd States,
Canada. Mexico and Alaska. About '250
will be In attendance. The brotherhood
now has 270 local unions in the I'nlted
States. The local committee consists of
Ie Bertch, T. P. Shirley and J. J. Del,
Sterling silver Frenser, 16th and Dodga.
Kentncky to Greet Drynn.
LOUISVILLE. Ky., July 10 William J.
Bryan will be given o public reception and
welcome home by the democrats of 1-ouis-vllle
soon sfter the esstern democrsts get
'.hrough welcoming him.
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for Blood Poison, Skin Diseases, Varicose and Fro
static Troubles. Constrictions and Obstructions.
Karvo-Vltal Debility, Acuta and Chronlo Dis
charges. Sores, fleers. Swollen Glands, Ulcers !n
the Mouth or on the Tongue, Kidney, Bladder and
Urinary Troubles. PI las. Fistula, and all Chronlg
and Special Diseases.
Thero la aet a oasa of weakness In existence ,
t&at ws cannot rebuild and strengthen with our
PAY US FOR CURES
Our evra Is a thorough and scleetlflc coulee of
trsJKnent. which acts At once upon tha nerve
.foros, stopping tha drain and replacing the worn,
out and run-down tissues. It gives strength and
fresh vitality, building up tha entire aystem snd
transforming tha suffers lota a typa of perfect
We eer tha entire field ef Chronlo. Nervous and Bpaolai. Daop.Saatad aad
NORTHWESTERN MEDICAL UNO SURGICAL INSTITUTE
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