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TIIE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 22, 190
MUMS BUY BIG IRON PLANT
facnr faddoci-Hawlej Concert and Join
with Lootl FonnArT.
OMAHA WILL BI GENERAL .HEADQUARTERS
CoaaolMetlan Will KalrtM Mast of
the Leadlaa; Irea Masses ( tea
Mississippi Valley, Help.-
, i Tii i a city.
By the purchase of the Paddock-Hawley
Iron rorrtpsny of St. Louis, D. A. Banm and
J. K. Blum of Omaha are to make thla
city the headquarters and distributing cen
ter of on of the biggest line of hardware
and Iron Jobbing houaea In the, Country.
Articles of Incorporation of tha New Paddock-Hawley
company were filed Friday at
the court house, authorizing capital stock
of I7U1.T00.. tha Incorporatort being D. A.
Biim. J. E. Baum and Fred Hawley. It
now transptree that thla waa the result of
the purchase by the Dauma of fhe old
Faddorh-Hwley company, one of the old
est and largest Iron companies of the weat.
Aa tha concern haa branches In seversi
cities, embracing moat of the leading Iron
house of th Mississippi valley, the passing
of It Into the hands of the Bauma meant
that Omaha men are to hava control of a
vast Industry, and that Omaha, as head
quarters and business center of the con
cern. Is to assume greater prestige In the
Iron Jobbing trade. From thla city will be
directed the affairs of the Baum Iron com
pany of Omaha, the Paddock-Hawley com
pany of Bt. lunula, for tha house there la to
maintain its old nam, and the Sioux City
Iron company of Sioux City. Besides this.
the Bauma are large stockholders In the
Do Moines Iron company of t Molnea,
la. ' -
Both D. A. and J. E. Baum hare been In
St. I.oui a large share of the time for sev
eral months, during which time the deal
for the transfer of the Paddock-Hawley
company haa been pending. It Is believed
the Bauma own the greater portion of the
stock In the- newly organised concern.
EDITORS' NIGHT AT THE DEN
I.aat Monday la Jaly Dedicated y
An m eon to Newspaper
Samson, King Ak-8ar-Ben'a scribe, hns
sent invitations to every editor In the state
to be present at the den on Monday even
ing, July 30, which will be "editors' night."
It Is expected the evonlng will be one nf
the Important on of the season at the den.
The Invitations read:
Ak-Sar-Hen the Great. King of Qulvera,
Duke nf the "Seven Cities of Cibola Feudal
1-ord of Omaha. Most Mighty Grand Master
of the Corn Belt, Pulsaant Potentate of
Poetasters, Sends Greeting to His Loyal
By power of cur lstest title, which we
have recently assumed, we do hereby pro
claim and declare that the eve of Mnnusv,
tha 18th day of the seventh month. In thtr
the twelfth vear of our reign, shall be and
hereby Is designated and set aside a
editors' night, whereon all our high and
mysterious ceremonies and all our royal
revelries Shall be enacted, only for the
delectation and entertnlnment of tho noble
trlha of qullldrlvera within our realm. For
behold we have looked about us and found
that their work Is very good. Not the most
douthty of our champions. not tho most
gallant of, our knights, not eur stoutest
men-at-arms have labored more valiantly
and unceasingly than these our modest
scribes for the glory and the uplifting of
tne in nd that we an love.
Therefore, throurh our moat hlsh chancel
lor, Samson, we cite you to appear in this.
our. royal caatle, known aa the "Pen, at
8 bf (he clock, on the nlaht In Question.
when the torches shall be lighted and the
royal mummers summoned and the waasall
bowl be wreathed In your honor iilone. '
We ware mlnried that our nurnoM ahnuld
be immortalised In verse to the doing of
which we commanded our court poet, but
th luckless wight now reposes in our
deepest dungeon and shall be known hence
forth as our court fool, having Invoked
cur royal wrath by thla unworthy rendering
ot our wisnes:
Come all ye gentle penpushers.
The night belongs to you.
Ton have the call on all the bunch, ,
The others mny sklddoo.
Given under our hand nd seal thla thl
17th day of the aeventh month In the year
of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred
William Shoes Rasnlrloas.
Abraham Williams was arrested Saturday
evening and locked up at the city Jail
cnargea witn Deing a suspicious cnaracter.
I'pon his feet wss found a pair of patent
leather hues which Magnl Benson, 2631
Cass street. Identified aa the ones stolen
by sneak thieves from the front hall of
his home Saturday afternoon. Benaon com
plained to the police In the evening that
two man had been seen to sneak Into the
front hall of his home, the door being open,
and Investigation after their departure
showed the pair of shoes to he mlastng.
The arrest of Wllllama as one of the thie ei
At Knt Parle
The Rltyton Jubilee singers have be eh be
fore the pabllq for nearly a, generation. For
twenty-nine years they have been singing
their plantation melodies and camp meeting
hymns and they have toured the world sev
eral times, their first rlslt In every foreign
eountry tailing for .return tours. They
have been heard In every section of the
United States and there Is no reader of
thla paper so young who has not heard of
these world-famous colored singers. The
older readers have probably beard them
several tlmee. They are a stsndsrd attrac
tion In every winter lecture course, at every
Chautauqua In the.l'nlted States, wherein
they have been contracted for at some time
during their public singing history. The
Blsyton Jubilee singer will open an engage
ment of four days only at Krug park to
day, appearing twice each day, once in the
afternoon and once In the evening. This
Is one of the great free attractions fur
nished by Manager Cole to all his park
Great crowds during the week saw Mr.
Ssnford Dodge and his company In al
fresco performances of "Ingomar." Mr.
Dodge carries a company of fifteen people
and pin ye only classic and Shakesperean
bills. The company was engaged to play
here for only one week, but so phenomenal
has been their success It has been Induced
to remain for the summer, with change of
play each week. Natural trees form the
exit and entrances of the stage at beautiful
Nature's theater, at Omaha's polite resort
Krug Park. Comfortable chairs and box
seats are provided. The costume are elab
orate as have ever been seen In the highest
class attractions brought to Omaha. Mr.
Dodge opens In the romantic comedy,
"Don Caesar de Basan," at a matinee to
day and performances will be given all this
week. Reserved seata and box aeats are on
sale at Sherman McConnsII Drug Co.'s.
The band concert program at Krug park
today Includes a movement rellgloso, enti
tled "Babylon." by Adams; a grand selec
tion from Weber's "Frelschuet;" a march,
"National 1 Emblem" (Bagley); overture,
"Die Irr fahrt um'i Cluck" (Suppe; Inter
messn, "Ooldenrod" (Abbott); "Csarda'
Last Love" (Bra ham), on theme from an
old Hungarian song; selections from "It
Happened In Nordland" and "The Tender
foot;" variations on "My Old Kentucky
Home." cornet solo, by Mr. Christian
Rodenktrchen, premier ylrtuosof also com
positions by Adams and Harris, and one of
Strauss' waltse. ,
Chevalier Enrico Gargiulo' concert band
comes to' Krug park for the week beginning
July . f, :
At Lake Maaawa. ,
Lake Manawa'a extensive popularity Is
very evident from the large attendance
during the last week, the torrld raya of old
Sol driving thousands of pleasure seekers
to the cool resort dally. All attractions
will be prepared Sunday for the anticipated
throng. Nordln' concert band will render
a special musical program that will appeal
to all lovers of classical and popular music.
Mr. O. E. Pederson, the well known flutist
will play a solo.
The big roller coaster continues to do a
capacity business, this aerial attraction ap
pealing to all. The row boats an launches
will be ln readiness for Sunday crowd,
this weather driving many of Manawa's
visitor out upon the cool lake. A new bill
will be on at the vaudeville theater, Bonny
Dee, In heV child sketches, always proving
a drawing card. Madam Devere I recelv
Ipg a large patronage at her parlor gypsy
camp, not only ladlea, but many bualness
men consulting her regarding their specu
latlons. The Japanese ball game still does
a big business, this oriental novelty mak
Ins a decided hit with all. The electric
strides, penny arcade, bowling alleys, hoot
ing gallery, merry-go-round, - plate game,
baby rack and all other amusements are re
ceiving a big patronage.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Hsrris are receiving
congratulations on the birth of a aon.
Fred Met, who. with his family, are
touring Europe, wrttea under date of June
that he and the family are all well and
enjoying an excellent trip.
They would be more than
pleased if you brought them
home a. barrel of Balduff's
iee cream for dinner.
Iialduff's little barrels of
ice cream are made so that
they are convenient for you
to carry home. They just fit
Each barrel is filled with
three flavors of ice cream,
fresh frozen when you pur
chase it at the counter. The
barrels are so constructed
that they will keep the ice
cream hard for a long time.
Put up in two sizes;
Quart sire, sufficient for six
or eight persons iQg
Pint site, sufficient for thre
or four persons, 2QC
Take on ho W for them.
At the BIJoa.
The new BIJou haa met with geat auc
cess In the first two weeks of Its career
as an Omaha play house. Crowded bouses
were the rule all last week, and on several
nights many ' were turned away for .want
of room. The third week begins today
with a matinee at l:S0 and an evening
performance at MB. An unusually at
tractive vaudeville program Is announced
Mr. and Mra. Waterous, vocal artists, head
the bill. Hugh McCormick presents an
English ventrlloqulal entertainment, using
nine figures, snd Introducing many novel
ties. Others on the bill Include Russetl
and Held, singers and dancers, who present
a sketch which they style "On Dress
Paeade:" the Govotte brothera, violinists
and Pauline Courtney, the popular singer,
with new songs. New motion pictures will
be shown. The Bijou Stock company will
present ths one-set play, "In Old Vir
ginia," a realistic comedy drams. In which
comedy and pathos are pleasingly Inter
mingled. Mr. Truesdell and Miss Msy
have the leading parts, supported by Mr
H. Walter Van Dyke. Miss Courtney and
Mlsa DsLany. Special scenery has been
pslnted for this production, which will be
an elaborate one. The bill will continue
throughout the week, with matineea today-
Wednesday and Saturday. An orchestral
concert of popular music Is given each
evening In the garden at 7:48.
Vase Dee. Ill
tlt raraaa ft.
GOVERNOR AFTER D0N0D0E
Micks Eyi Ea Will Lectors Detective on
Alled Doable Ctarcine,
STATE AND PRIVATE INDIVIDUAL PAY
Ossaha Officer Said to Have Collected
t Rots Eads at tee Llae let
Expease Iararred aa
Upon the receipt of Information which
tends to show that Detective J. T. Donohoe
of the local police department received
$41.86 twice aa expenses for bringing J. J.
Hera, prisoner, back from Kansas City
July 1, It was announced from the gov
ernor office at Lincoln yesterday after
noon that the governor hsd ordered an In
vestigation of Donohoe's case and would
have the Omaha detective before him In a
day or so. Just where the governor' au
thority begin and the police board' ends
Is not stated. The Information and sworn
depositions now In the possession of the
county attorney lead the authorities to
believe that Donohoe received W3.S6 from
Dave Harding, aaloon keeper at 312 South
Thirteenth street, and also received the
same amount from the state, the 143.85 In
each case covering the same expenses.
J. J. lien of Minneapolis csme to Omaha
the latter part of June and approached
his former friend, Sam Rosenberg, a clerk,
for pecuniary assistance. Rosenberg en
dorsed two checks, one for ICO and the
other for 125, Rosenberg's brother-in-law,
Dave Harding, cashing the checks for Hera
When the checks were returned aa worth
ies Rosenberg swore to a complaint which
waa filed against Her In the police oouit.
Located In Kansas City.
Hers was located In Kansas City and
Detective Donohoe sent for the prisoner,
Harding giving the officer for Rosenberg
$50 expense money and taking a receipt.
When the detective returned he found hla
expenses had been $41.86, so he refunded
to Harding K.16.
In a few day friend of Hen st Mlnne-
polls sent to a local saloonman 1125 to
straighten out the young man' trouble.
All parties concerned called on the county
attorney and suggested the dismissal of
the caae. County Attorney Slabaugh said
be did not want to be a party to the dis
missal, but If the complainant would hot
prosecute and the state would not be held
for the costs he would dismiss the case. In
ths police court. The case was dismissed.
Deputy County Attorney Shotwell said
yesterday afternoon that Detective Dono
hoe agreed, that In view of having re
ceived HJ 88 expense .money he would not
make a bill against the state. The records,
however, show that Donohoe did make a
bill and received the $43.85 from the state,
the state treasurer making the payment
on July It. ,
Depoaltioas aa Record.
In a sworn deposition made In the county
attorney's office last Thursday afternoon
Dave Harding swore that on or about
June 27 he gave the detective the $50 re
ferred to and on return of the detective
from Kansas City received the $6.15. Hard
ing further swore that when he received
tha $6.15 he returned to Donohoe the full
receipt received for the $50. The deposition
also stated that up to that time (Thursday)
Donohoe had not given to him (Harding)
any more of the $50 than the $6.15.
Thursday Sam Rosenberg also gave ' a
aworn deposition to the county attorney
that he (Rosenberg) had received $125 from
Hers and that Harding had given $50 to
Out of the $125 received by Rosenberg $75
was for the checks cashed and $50 was to
reimburse Harding for the toaat made at
the time trie detective went to Kansas City.
Detective Dnnohn mA ,nn vaal.ra o
afternoon and asked for a statement. In a
general way he denied receiving any money
wrongfully. He said he held receipts for
everything. He said he held the receipt
given Harding for the $50, which corrobor
ated Harding's statement that he returned
the $50 receipt when the $6.15 was paid.
Sam Rosenberg refused to discuss the
matter In any way.
3"LET IIARTHAN FEATHER YOUR NEST' 'K:
II II I 'I
At the Aadltarlaui.
Monde.y morning at 7; o'clock the fa
mous Roysl Hawaiian bsnd and orchestra,
accompanied by . glee clubs and aevera
noted sololstv both men and women.
native Hawallsns. will arrive from' Denver
and will be the drawing card at the Audi
torlum this week. This unique musical or
ssnlsatlon conalats of a military band, an
orcheatra, a choir and aeveral glee clubs
snd they present progrsms that for va
rtety and thorough musical enjoyment are
not equalled by any other combination In
the world. They will present selections
from Wagner. Strauas, Roslnl and Souss
Interspersed by popular vocal and Instru
ments! numbers, snd their native airs and
"hula" aongs. No such happy combina
tion of f.iacinatlng melody haa aver been
heard In Omaha aa will be heard at these
concerts. Miss I .el Lehua, their solo sin
ger, posseasee a vole of remarkable sweet
ness snd has met with great favor all
the way from the roast to Omaha. In
addition to the regular concert programs
there will be a special feature In the na
ture of a concert dance on Tuesdsv,
Thursday snfl Saturday evenings. These
concert dmees will tske place after the
regular program and will begin about 10
oVIock and continue until lt: o'clock.
There will be a matinee every day at J: 3'
and an evening concert at t.SO o'clock.
Popular prices will prevail. Reeerved sests
are now on aaje at the Auditorium.
BLAZE OF ELECTRIC LIGHT
Braadels' Blar Store Will Open vrltk
Iz Thoasaad lacaadesceats
on Each Floor.
When the new Brahdels building is form
ally thrown open It will be In a blase of
light that will eclipse any similar showing,
in this section of the country at least.
Six thousand electric lights on the second
floor alone will be used for decorative pur
poses. This It entirely apart from the
general stors lighting. The great celling
will be studded with rows of lights, every
pillar will be decorated, ovals of electric
lamps will be at each window and the large
light court will be brilliantly Illuminated
a well. Every showcase and every wall
case on this floor will have its share of the
lavish arrangement of lights. The Interior
decorstlon, which wlil be donevJn stucco,
will give great opportunity for the artistic
arrangements of these lamps. The other
fioon will be brightly lighted ss well, but a
system of arc lighting will be more gen
erally employed. The plana for the light.
ing have been framed by John I J tenser, the
architect, and Paul Myers, ths electrician
for the Brandels store,
In each of the two jfrreat entrances on
Sixteenth street, there will b WO electric
lights In ths domes. These will be stretched
in lines Trom trie jx of eacli dome to
the pillars or tha doorway. Experts say
that there is no auch lavish display of
lights In any retail store In the country
as Is to be trjatsWied in the HranJeis store.
LANDS ' UNDER HORSES' FEET
Mt ssl Wassaa Caeaaaeleaa.
KANSAS CITT, July 21 Bertha Bowlln
and Frank Kern, the young couple a
eaultert with a gaa pip? on a lonely road
way here Thursday Light, were both un
conscious today and believed to be rloec
to death. Luring a period of aeml-con-sclousness
early today the young woman,
la answer to a question aa to who had
?trwk her. uld "Bert." Albert Crone,
he former- sweetheart of Mlsa Bowlln. who
Is under arrest, atlll maintains his Inno
cence. - Preebrtertaas la faert.
NASHVILI.K, Tenn , July 1. Judge
Childress or Ilia circuit court toflay granted
sn injunction retraining all of those who
claim to be Cumberland Presbyterians from
Interfering In sny way with the services.
property or Judicatories ef the Preabytertan
rhurrh formerly anowo aa the CuotsrleBd
Cbrlstlaa Kaoee Berlaasly
Whea Ejected from
Quality Is Remembered When the Price Is Forgotten
That's Hartmaa's belief fo we see to it that our goods have the quality that will stand tht test of time. We have buying
advantages which enable us to Increase the qtiallty of onr good while holding the
price down. In having ptooxln made tip according to our own specifications wa are
ghle to combine the order for our entire chain of 22 gtore and because of the Im
mensity of the contract placed with manu farturer to have the good made better
and at the same time save about one-third over the prices patd by other concerns
In this city that buy In a small way. If a matter worth jour consideration It's a
matter of Immense Importance to you. Better goods at a saving of one-third should
bring you to Hartman's every time. r
GENEROUS CREDIT ON A MORE HELPFUL PLAN. -
We give customer the help they need we make our plan fit their individual re
quirement. We're glad to be able to accommodate the people. We excuse them
from making payment when they are 111 or out of work and help them in every
way possible. In caae of death we cancell all Indebtedness
wm Byyr mm c?t0f5 ami.
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Bed Dftvennort aa.0
Id Oak Kit' 1175
n Cabinet. A &
Clearance .'ale f 75
It has large table, tilting flour and meal
bins, drawers for kitchen cutlery, knead
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arranged, has roomy rupboard, with glass
doors and full row of drawers. Tablu top
Is msde of white wood.
Terms, SI .83 Cash, BOo Weekly.
It Is made with new automatic opener, enables one to open It to full
slse bed without pulling from the wall. It has full spring sest and
back; large compartment below for storing bedding. Coverings of
best imported velours. In red or green. Frame la made of quarter,
sawed oak, ornamented with hand carvings.
Terms) $a.7S Cash, BOo Weakly.
Newly Improved refrigerators with
hsrdwood cshlnet. handsomely nn
lahed, charcoal filling; and galvanised
Iron lining. Removable shelves and
all sanitary improvements. Msde tot
order for Hsrtmsn's and thoroughly
guaranteed. The biggest refrigerator
value ever offered.
Terms I II Cash, BOo Wsskly.
94 a Month.
98 a Month.
Made of finest selected stock and elegantly fin
ished. Has large round top and extends to six
feet; has massive pedestal, heavy legs and
large carved claw feet. Fitted with Hart
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Terms I 91.50 Cash, BOo Weakly.
Your money's worth
or jour money back
Thla Complete Bed Q85
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Thla Colonial Library
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The Bed Is of an unusually handsome design, as Illustration shows; I msde of large tubing
strongly re-lnforced at all joints. It has large chills and handsome poet ornaments and steel side
rails. Csn be had In any of the popular colors of enamel. Tho Cprlngs are of splendid quality.
The Mattress Is well made, having soft top and heavy ticking. Thia outfit haa been marked down
for our great mid-summer clearance sale and at the price represent a wonderful value.
It I made of Badger oak, selected stock; boa
maastve frame, gracefully curved leg and large
lower shelf. Is beautifully flaked and handsomely
finished. Made to Hartman's special order, hence
the low price mentioned.
Terms I 91-BO Cash, BOo Wsekly.
like cuts used
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roldinf Go-Cart !.-; cut).
Made entirely of metal,
bicycle tubing, cloth smt
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foot brake and all
other new Improve
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Condon, who bought the t'otaf fifteen shares
of stock In the Omaha Dental college, after
wards transferring them to the other in
stitution, of which he Is dean.
Tt Is nosslble the. head of the creignion
Dental college may be chosen from the
faculty of the other school, though Presi
dent Dowling of Creighton university says
no selection has yet been made. ur. Men
ler, who waa In charge last year, will not
be here another year.
HARTJE DECISION MAY WAIT
Lawyers Would Lino to mi?i
Pat Over I'nttl September
PITTSBURG. July 21. A decision In the
Hartje divorce case will probably not be
handed down before autumn. It wss
learned today thst when the plaintiff
closes his rebuttal, which is expected to be
Thursday of next week, some of the attor
neys In the case will ask for an adjourn
ment until the September term or court,
when the arguments will be heard.
A report was current today that two
new conspiracy cnarges were m w nuccu
at once, but Assistant Distriot Attorney
John 8. Robb refused to verify It. All he
would ssy. In view of the stand taken Dy
the court against talking, waa that nothing
would be done until the close of the divorce
The conspiracy charge against Augustus
Hartje, his friend, John I Welshons. and
Clifford Hooe, the negro coachman, will be
called before Alderman King Wednesday
afternon next. If the divorce case Is still
on at that time an adjournment may bs
Mrs. Hartje expressed herself today as
not at all alarmed over the report that
kidnapers were laying plans to ateal the
children. It Is thought the plot, if there
Is one. Is the work of persons who want to
hold the children for a ransom.
Much excitement was caused in police
sni court circles about t o'clock thla after
noon by a report that Augustus Hsrtje.
the millionaire paper manufaturer of this
city and plaintiff In the now famous di
vorce case, had ahot himself. The report
was first received over the telephone by
Captain Yf Police Esgen at Central sta
tion. There waa no foundation whatevrr
for the rumor, as Mr. Hartje at the mo
ment was in consultation with his attor
ney at their offices.
It was learned today that Clifford Hooe,
tha negro coachman formerly In the employ
of the Hartje family, in the sworn state
ment made to Assistant District Attorney
John S. Robb, Jr., in the district attorney's
office May 2, said that the deposition made
by him In which be declared he had been
intimate with Mrs. Mary Scott Hartje was
a lie. In the statement made to Mr. Robb,
Hooe said he was under the Influence of
liquor when he made the statement to the
detectives. He says that he was paid over
1500 at different times for making the depo
sition. It waa largely upon the strength
of this statement that Mr. Robb caused
charges of conspiracy to be entered against
John L. Welshons, Edward G. Hartje,
brother of the llbellant, and Hooe.
FOREMAN MILLER SUSPENDED
Mia Who C'aaaed Troable sllh I nlon
la Public rrlatlag Office ta
WASHINGTON, .July a.-Public Printer
Btilllngs today suspended from office As
sistant Foreman W. A. Miller of the bind-
ery of the government printing office on i
the recommendation of Acting Foreman
Ashion, the charges being insubordination
and Insolence. '. I
Mr. SUllings will make an Investigation
Christian Roose, a painter living at J4W
South Fifteenth street, lies at his home
suffering from four broken ribs and othe
bruises arhlch he received aa a result of
being disorderly In a saloon and being
thrown out of the place igader the feet of
a team of horses standing In the street.
Roose Unsaid to have been ejected from
John Dahfnke'a saloon, MJ Bouth Sixteenth
street. Saturday afternoon, because of his
conduct, the bartender, Mark Cook, throw
ing him out of the door.
A Met Bros. Brewing company team
stood beside the walk and Roose went
under the animal's feet where he was badly
trampled upon. Police surgeons from the
station eared for the Injured man and Cook
waa arrested charged with assault and
before taking final action. Miller was the
Immediate cause of the Issuance by Presi
dent Roosevelt of sn order directing the
printing offices end's II places where work
men are employed by the government to
be "open shops." This resulted from Mil
ler's suspension from duty by the then
public printer in Msy, 1908, and his removal
a few day afterward. At the time of hi
former suspension and dismissal Miller
was called on by the Bookbinders' union
to fsce certain charges, the outcome of
which wss his expulsion from the union.
Shortly afterwards he appealed to Presi
dent Roosevelt with the reault that on
July IS, 19"3, the president Issued the order
referred to and at the same time rein
Juice of Hops
Jetter's perfect brew makes Gold Top
The U. 8. Government analysis pronounce It a valuable
food product, easily digested.
Jetter Brewing Go.
Telephone No. 6, South Omaha
Omaha Headquarters, HUGO F.
BILZ, 14th and Douglas Telephone
Douglaa 1613. Council Bluffs Head
quarters. LEB MITCHELL, 1011 Main
St., Telephone 10.
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OMAHA DENTAL IS NO MORE
'"allege Seagal by tha Crelghtea
laetltatlea Tkrssgh Dr.
' W. H. Csstsa,
All the property and Interest ef the
Omaha Dental college haa beea bought by
the Creighton Dental college and the two
are to be combined under ths name of the
Creighton. Dental college. Already the fur
niture and appliance of the Omaha are
twlng removed to the Edward Creighton
Institute, where tha Creighton aolleg la
The purchase waa mad ttirough Dr. W. H.
Malta-Vita is rich in all
the nutrition of the best
white wheat and finest
malt extract and is prac
tically predigested because the
malt extract, when mixed with
the cooked and matured wheat,
turns the starch of the wheat
into maltose or malt sugar. Maltose,
a great strength-building and
health-giving food element, is readi
ly assimilated and taken up by the blood.
Malta-Vita thua furniahea the body and
brain with needed nourishment in abund
ance wltkoat giving the stomach a lot of
hard work to do ana without heating the
blood and without clopeing tha system
with oaeleea waste material.
Malta-Vita is all food, and most delidoua
food. Eaten with milk, cream or freah fruit
U makes tha ideal hot wreaths? breakfast.
All Grocers, Now 10c
Fatal Auto Accident In t'hlraao.
CHICAGO. July 21. Dr. Ira Frank, a
prominent physician, waa fatally hurt to
day In a collision at Twenty-third street
and Michigan avenue between an automo
bile In which he was riding and a delivery
Coalhera Railway Strike Eads.
PRINCETON, lnd . July 21-The strike
of the car men on the Iou1svllle-8t. Louis
dlvlKion of the Southern railway ended lt
night. The strike was over the reinstate
ment of seven men, all of whom were re
instated. LOCAL BREVITIES.
Dean Beerher of Trinity rathedral will
preach at St. Andrew's Episcopal church
on North Forty-first streei this ninrnlnir.
The Clan-na-Osel clubs of Omaha, South
Omaha and Council Bluffs will hold their
sixth annual plcnl at Syndicate park,
Souih Omaha. Sunday, August It.
The B. B. B club of the Flret Methodist
Episcopal rhurrh has Just returned from
an enjoyable week s outing st ( amp Ethel,
l-ake Mariana. About a doxen regular mem
bers were present during the week. Thurs
day night waa open night and a large num
hr mr nrraxnl and oartook of tha reaula-
Hon ramp dinner. j
Delia Ford, the young Third ward woman ,
who waa arreatcd aoine time ago charged ,
with picking a man s pocket or 1M snd
eacaptng to Council Bluffs with her negro
paramour, and who was released on bonds,
W4S again srresied Saturday on a similar
charge preferred by S. Odeicaard of s small
Iowa town. He ssys he secured IIS from
The police raided the basement of Oat- !
hofTs hsll. 616 North Sixteenth street. Sat-'
urday evening, a crap game having been
discovered Jo be in progress there. A pa-
troi wagon full of negroes was taken out
ef the place and locked up at the city Jail.
Detective Hora and 8bfard mad la
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