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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 23. ipnfl.
HON. SPEHCER BLACKBURN
Member of Congress From North
"I cheerfully o n mv ktHibi" 4
friend, Senator Pritch- vM ' '
ara, in commending fH
Pe-ru-na as a very ef- 4$
''ficent remedy forp
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coughs, colds and ca- Wfil ;C
tarrhal troubles. Many r?
of my friends have used fv
it with excellent It'Ww
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Miinndentaidin? Aeain Ties Up the
Kiitonri Arenas Ftfiar.
CONTRACTOR WANTS WEEKLY ESTIMATES
Enjoin th Rirritl.ii of too
General Sr Con
OktrrtiaI allmentu varjr nrrordlng to the uraxon of the year, and it I
thna that we have winter, spring, summer and autumn catarrh. Catarrh
of autumn Is likely to assume a systemic character, that Ir, the Internal
orfrana of the whole' nysUni txH-oine sllijlitly itffected, producing a cou
ditlon closely resembling chronic malaria.
Sometimes an epedeinlc of ('atarrlial fever will frreviule a locality,
lmnlatlng Typhoid fever. It is sometimes difficult to dlHtlnguinh
between catarrhal fever and the genuine Typhoid.
A congested condition of the bronchial tubes producing a cough, with
the usual symptoms of a cold, are frequently associated with systemic
catarrh. A cold or a rough during the autumn season has special sig
nificance and Pernua should be promptly used according to the direc
tiona to be found on each bottle. Peruna is not only a preventive, but m
reliable remedy for systenic catarrh.
Count with You?
Does the -keenest acting, best built, best
looking, smoothest running two cylinder
car on the market interest you ?
"B 22 H. P., 92 Inch
ill IL4 wheel base, su
H. E. FREDRICKSON,
QjlrMMiiiiUllMIIIMl'lliMnMiiMniil HU aifi ,1 II Ml I Mil llJHU1lwa.injMuBtiiinWMn
you'll buy If you want the best machine made.
. The Stoddard Dayton has proven to be the most popular automo
bile In the United States in the past season. We understand there Is
not a single Stoddard Dayton for Bale In the country, either new or
second-hand, at the present time. People in the east are offering pre-
., tnlums for them. Only twenty-live have been allotted to us for next
Mason, and If you want a good car you had best see us soon.
Deright Automobile Co., 1814 Farnam
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S3 m u m
' HAVE YOU TRIED IT?
DOES ALL AND MORE THAN IS CLAIMED FOR IT.
Although absolutely hartnlesa. It Ii the mewt powerful nnnpoiiioiious uitlseptlc
Used diluted or full strength, accunlln? to directions, which, for best results,
muat t closely ful lowed.
Removes CONCiKBTloN if the blood. nlm de.trt.ys TOXINS, the pulnonoua M
crettona of bauteria oh or the other of which reuses inot of the common dh,ee.
Usod In vsrtous ways. ' sccordlng ti thp diseuse: INTKRNAIJ.Y. KXTERNALLI'.
as a QAhULE for TNH A I.ATloN. etc.
InternaJly: for lndtKil'n. t uinrrh of the Biomach and of Respiratory Organs,
and aa an Irtvin-nrator In caae of Fatigue.
t'ed as s gurKle In Throat Dlseaves. and for swKhblnr the throat In Ulphtherla.
Katernally: Kor WouiidH, IiitlHiiniiatliiti. Skin Dlt , B4re het. Headache;
'Nouralgla. Toothache, etc.
Kor Inhalation: Hy means of tie Snluhrln Inhalef; In all forma of Catarrh. I A
Gr1ri Hore Throat and 'oM In enerHl. '
TtHI FT BAI I'BKIN, for the Completion and tkalp. Positively removes. Pim
ples, Dandruff, etc.
Cor. 16th and Chicago, OMAHA; atta, and
K, SO. OMAHA; Cor. 6th Are. and Mala
St.. co. BLurrs. opbt alz, jtiomt.
Bee Want Ads Brina Results
Mlcsourl avenue Is In for another chapter
In Its checkered career. Ths work has
as;ln ceased by order of Contractor Hugh
Murphv. Turing the last week no work
has been done because of the heavy rains.
hut It now appears that the contractor
evidently expected another estimate from
the meeting of the council of Thursday
evening. He called up the city clerk from
Lincoln during the" afternoon and asked
If there was a warrant there for him. On
learning that there was none ho appeared to
grow angry and said: "Those fellows havs
rrogram to carry out and they haven't
done It." The clerk replied that he knew
of no program. "That's all right." said
Mr. Murphy, "they came and begged tne
to begin the work and old me what they
would do. I'm done. ' I won't turn a
The city engineer declared that over
fT.OtH) had been allowed (or ths paving
already, which was fully as much as the
work done and In addition the value of the
material which has been plied on the
ground. He said: "Mr. Murphy has had
every estimate he has aaked for." .
It appears that there Is an understanding,
tacit at least, between the mayor and ths
contractor to the effect that the latter was
to receive weekly estimates, not only on
what work was actually dona during the
week, but also on what he Intended to ac
complish the following week. Perhaps It
Is this feature which Is troubling Mr.
Murphy at present. This could not bs
verified as Mayor Hoctor left last night
for St.. Louis and will not be back for a
The attitude of the council, as exhibited
on the presentation of the three former
estimates, has Indlcsted that they were not
well acquainted with the agreements which
were to Insure the speedy pavement of
Missouri avenue. Borne of them have been
Inclined to Question whether or not the
estimates were not In excess of the work
done. Kffotts will be made to get a fair
understanding, but the paving will prob
ably be hung up at least until the. mayor
Howe to Hie for Salary.
K. I Howe, former city treasurer, has
announced his intention ot suing the city
for $111.11. which amount represents to him
the alleged unpaid balance -of salary due
him. The bill arose In the final settlement
of the affairs of his office preparatory to
retiring In favor of the democratic Incumb
ent. Most of the new officials took their
offices about April 17, but In the case of
the treasurer, Mr. Howe served In the
office until Anrll SO. on which dsts the
present treasurer receipted him for all the j
funds In the treasury and afterward took
charge of the office. Previous to this date,
though the deputy wss In the ofBcs con
stantly and the treasurer was there dally,
Mr. Howe was the offlclnl Incumbent, or
so It Is claimed by his attorney. His nam
was affixed to al) tax receipts and other
official papers requiring the signature of
the city treasurer. On this hoi bases his
claim for a full month's pay of fl.8. The
council allowed him loo. 65, leaving a bal.
ance of 1111.11. The council further al
lowed C. X. Melcher, the Incoming treas
urer, the 1111.11, being the portion of tha
month's salary due after April 15. Mr.
Howe and his attorney are confident that
they can collect the salary In question. It
Is a question In the minds of some as to
whether the city or the treasurer, Mr.
Melcher, would, In that case, be the loser
by ths transaction.
Sewer Contract Enjoined.
True to his promise James Plvonka yes
terday filed a petition In Judge Troup's
court asking an order of court compelling
the city and the contractors on the sewer
proposition to appear and show cause why
a permanent Injunction should not Issue
to prevent them fulfilling the agreed con
tracts. This action Is similar to that which
so long delayed the work ou Missouri ave
nue. The reason a temporary restraining
ordt was not asked is thought to be the
fact that the plaintiff would In that case
have to furnish a heavy bond; but as it is
there is nothing but the court costs to be
guaranteed. This action will have the ef
fect ot delaying the contracts un:!l such
a time aa the court Is core l need of ire
legality of the present contracts. This
may be a tedious pre oas of litigation. The
city attorney postponed his visit to St.
Ixrnls yesterday and at once examined the
petition of the plaintiffs with a view of
filing a cross petition at the earliest pos
sible moment. There are many cltlsens ar
rayed on each i.lde of tha controversy and
the action Is !'. surprise. It Is looked on
by the other side as u positive "habit" on
the part of some citizens.
More Carriers Needed.
Postmaster F. J. Etter announces that
the Increase of the population of the city
has been so great and the consequent In
crease in the mails so heavy that he has
applied for three additional carriers for ths
city and an extra clerk for tha branch at
the South Omaha Livestock sxchangs
building. For several weeks the branch
at the exchange has been overcrowded and
sometimes the work has plied up. One
of the clerks from ths main office has
often been sent over to help relieve tha con
gestion. 'It has long been known that
the carrier service has been a little short.
Amending Inspection Regalntloas.
The Bureau of Animal Industry has re
ceived ammendatory regulations covering
tha meat Inspections, providing for tha ex
amination and relabeling of all meat food
products. It appear that- different labels
will havs to bs used for relabeling than
In the original labeling. Ths second amend
ment provides for the transportation of
meata which are exempt from Inspection
under the regulations, such as meats
slaughtered by local butchers and farmers.
This rule appllrs when the meat Is shipped
under the Interstate commerce regulations
or to a foreign market. . These amendments
provide that the shipper shall make out a
shipping certificate pronouncing the meat
to be sound, healthful and In all ways fit
for human food. A duplicate muat be sent
to the Department of Animal Industry at
Ths services at the First Presbyterian
church will be conducted morning and even
ing by the pastor. Tha morning topic will
be lessons from the pillar of cloud and
of fire and their promise of th Christ. Tha
evening service will ba evangelical. Tha
choir will render music on both occasions.
Rev. Andrew Ranwlck will preach from
the subject, "Th Lord's Servant," at th
morning service. In th evening th toplo
mill be. "The Man Who Can Make a
Rev. George Van Winkle of th Baptist
church will preach from lb text, 'W
Would S Jesus," In the morning service.
The evening theme will be . "Th Ad
vantage of Being In Christ."
At Letter's Memorial church and th First
Methodist church th pulpits will b filled
by ths new pastor who. ha been assigned
here by ths conference.
Preaching services at toe English' Lu
theran church, corner Twenty-fifth and K
street, next Sunday morning and evening-.
Tba thtius ef tha asrmoa at U a'stook will
be, "The Work of Otir Church." At o'clock
the theme will be. "The Light That Never
Fslls." The first week in October, Rev,
Uvers will meet his confirmation classes
which will continue through the winder.
All persons wishing to Join this clsss should
see the pastor as soon ss possible.
Dr. J. A. Boat tie will occupy the pulpit at
the Ancient Order of t'nlted Workmen's
Temple Sunday morning and evening. In
the morning the topic will be, "Lessons
From the Methods of John the Bsptlst."
and "The Qnspel Paves." will be the them
for th evening discourse.
Msgle City Gossip. .
The body of Martin Jensen Is expected
from Las Vegas. N. M., where he died
Mrs. Elizabeth Montgomery will b buried
at Council Bluff Sunday. Her death oc
Miss Haael Cleglar and Mrs. E. O. Rot
sell will each render solos at th Presby
terian church Sunday.
Dr. R. L. Wheeler officlaied In th burial
of John P. Hearst, whose funeral was con
ducted yesterday afternoon'.
Th Jetter base ball team will play th
Diets team on the grounds of the latter In
Omaha next Sund afternoon.
Jacob Tamopolskl, Thirty-fifth and J
streets, and Ira Jacobs, Twelfth and J.
earn report tne advent of sons In their
Magic City council of the Knight miu
Ladles of security will glva the Jlrst Ihi
of the season 'Monday evening. Jeptem
Ben Stauffer of Bellevu was married yea
terday to Miss Anna Pugti of Omaha,. Dr.
Wheeler of South Omaha performing tse
Chsrles Bamuelson. 3626 O street, reports
th loss of a coat and a watch chain which
wsr taken from hla room. He suspects
a roommate by th name of Patrick Shan
nahan. Fred Fero has' returned from a ten doys'
vaoatlnn. part of which he spent In Avoca,
la., fishing and part at Panama, Neb., vis
iting his parents. His wife, who accom
panied him. Is still at Panama.
There was a small fire last nlgbt ' at
Twenty-fourth and N streets. The cause
waa a gasoline explosion In the lunoh car
which has stood for a long time on the cor
ner next to Km 1 1 Hansen's saloon. The
departments were out, but the damage waa
Charles Bcda was msrrted last v'edne-.
day to Miss Jennie Maraczwski at St.
Frances church. Ths ceremony was per
formed by Father Csech of the Polish
church. A wedding reception was given
by Mr. and Mrs. Maraczwski for their
Jena Nlelson, who was arrested on the
charge of forgery, has been exonerated, It
being found that he had money In the
Packers National bank and that he had
written Emit Hansen's name on th check
merely a a memorandum, not aa an en
dorsement. The sotlng sanitary Inspector raised th
quarantine on three oases of diphtheria and
three of scarlet fever yesterday. The homes
affected by ths contagion were fumigated
thoroughly. They were those of August
Welsh. Twentieth and L. for diphtheria;
Qeorge Bfttra, 124 North Eighteenth, . for
diphtheria; John-Hallas, Railroad avenue
In Albright, for diphtheria. The scarlet
fever cases were all In tha home of John
Hennlngton. on Bellevue avenue.
The death of John Juran, 1707 M street,
occurred yesterdsy morning. The funeral
will be Sunday afternoon under the ause
pics of the Bohemian society, Z. C. B. J.,
assisted by Ancient Order of United Work
men lodge No. iWi. The burial will b In
Laurel Hill cemtery.
AT THE PUYI9U.ES
"The Caaut of Monte Crista" at the;
James O'Neill and company In "The Count
of Mont Crlato," a drama in five acta, ,
based on -the novel of the same name by
Alexander Dumas. The cast:
Edmond Dantes Mr. James O'Neill 1
Comte Do Monta Crlato... " " "
Nolrtler Edward Donnelly
Albert Do Morcerf James O'Neill. Jr.
Vlllefort Charles A. Bouton
Fernanda John O. Hewitt
Danglars Alexander Leonard
Caderousse ..i. . . .Bart Wallace
Abbe Faria Thomas Edwards
Mons Morel Ouy Spsngler
Old Dantes ..... Alfred Long
Penelon ...John Parks
Police, agent William Levi
Oermaln Thomas J. Carrigan
Brigadier Edwin Short
Governor of tha Chateau d'If.Jos. M. Bergln
Sentinel Ben Lauer
Gaoler ; James Hall
Mercedes Teresa A. Dale
Carconte Kate Fletcher
Mile. Danglars Jusnlts La Lands
Mile. De Leon Ethel Dunn
Marie Louise Miller
"Th Count of Monte Crlsto" still ha
power to move th people. It Is a great
exhibition of the elemental passions, and
as fitted for the uses of the actor Is un
relieved by those occasional disquisitional
lapans by which Dumas sought to relieve
his hero of the charge of being of earth
earthy, and to secure for him some attri
butes of the higher and nobler man. In
the play he is simply the popular hero,
condemned unjustly to suffer for another's
sin, and through anotber'a ambition; liber
ated from living death and raised to a
height of power by strange mischance.
Returned to life and activity, even mor
popular than when he was suddenly torn
from th arms of bis brld and the society
of his friends, he Is all th mor enjoyable
because we know he la the Edmond Dantes
for whom we hav wept, oom back to
punish and reward. Danglars. masquerad
ing as the baron, doesn't know it, nor docs
Fernanda Mondego, who has hidden his
Catelonian extraction behind th title of
an ancient French house. Mercedes alone
of all that company knew It wonderful
Intuition of woman's . lova, and most ap
propriate climax to the action of the play.
At this point our feelings are atretched to
the point ot ultimate tension, and if It
wasn't for that last act to settle all aa It
should be there's no telling what might
happen. But th last act Is there, and wa
can go home, feeling that one again has,
right and true love triumphed.
Mr. O'Neill play Edmond Dantes with
the loving car that one bestows on a
precious treasure. He can fairly be seen
caressing th part as he develops him
through his various stages; the light
hearted honest manly sailor, the desperate
and discouraged prisoner, the pious and
philanthropic Abbe Busoni, and at last
Count De Monte Crlsto, sinister, polished,
relentless, bent on destroying those who
would destroy him. It Is quite as much
of a triumph In his hands today aa it waa
well, never mind how many year ago.
Tim la moving along for all of us, and a
man Is only as old aa he feels, and Judging
by Mr. O'Neill'a light rapera on the stage,
he Is Just past & or thereabouts.
Mr. O'Neill'a supporting company Is good,
and th production Is elaborate and com
plete. Th scenic effects are . remarkably
good, and the tableau that follow. Dantes'
escape from th Chateau A' If arouses stich
enthusiasm as to require the presenc be
fore th curtain of the hero, still- clad in
hla tatters and whiskers, and apparently
dripping from his submersion in th sea.
For that matter, the large audience at th
Boyd last night followed th fortune of
Edmond Dantes with such aealous Interest,
that, had it not been certain that he would
get away and return to avenge himself. It
la 'quit probable that Messieurs D Vllle
fort. Daitglara and Mondego would - hav
met with violence. However, th champion
of th hero were content to vent their feel
ing in applause, which they had ampl
opportunity for doing after th first act.
Th sadness that attended th carrying
away to prison of th newly mad Bene
dick and ship captain wa such aa to re
duce th expression of pleasure at th
excellent acting to a few very feeble and
sporaslo hamlpats. This wss not Indicative
of coldness on the part of th auditors, but
of their deep regret at th untoward occur
rence that marred the pleasant wedding
feast, just under way.
Wreck la Irkaana,
LITTLE ROCK. Ark, Sept. 2t Traia No,
t, westbound. - on the. Rork Island rail
road, struck a split switch near Forst
City last night. Three Pullman car left
th track and one turned over. Although
carrying a run - list of a sogers, nun
a. IV E
THAT WILL STIR THE COMMUNITY
Last month we purchased for spot cash, nt our own price, the entire surplus stocks of
three prominent factories. This immense purchase of 216 new instruments consists of all
styles which do not strictly conform to their 1907 catalogue and in addition many odd styles
or samples of colonial, mission, Chippendale, Art Novaue, Louis XIV, Empire, Artistic
styles which are usually priced above the reach of most families.
This choice stock goes on sale for two weeks.corrmiencing Monday, September 24th, nt
prices which for style andvquality the most skeptical critic will have to admit is remarkable.
NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS
2SO PIANOS Rose
300 PIANOS Oak
$350 PIANOS Wal
nut or mahogany. . .
$400 PIANOS Colon
ial sty lea
f450 PIANOS Louis
500 PIANOS Empire
$700 PIANOS Art
HOO ORAND PI AN Of"
$6O0, .VlO to ,
On Terms to Suit the Purchaser
CLOSING OUT ALL USED PIANOS
'Absolutely regardless of cost. Square Pianos, all makes, $25.00, $35.00 to $65.00 each. Upright Pianos,
Ivers & Pond, $85.00; Hale, $90.00; Kimball, $95.00; Arton, $105.00, and over fifty more up to $190.00.
INDUCEMENTS FOR OUT-OF-TOWN
RAILROAD FARES REFUNDED. FREE PARADE SEATS'.
FREE MUSIC LESSONS. ' FREE PARCEL STAND.
OVER 600 PIANOS TO SELECT FROM. INCLUDING
Steinway & Sons, Steger & Sons, Emerson, Hardman,' A. B. Chase, McPhall, Kurtzman, Mueller, Erbe Co.,
People who' had no thought of a Piano this year will be bound to take advantage ot this Bale.
SCHMOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.
1311-13 Farnam St. 0ldest and u,rcst PUtno Conccra ln lhe Omaha, Neb.
IN THE MIDDLE WEST:
..With the Douglas County Fair..
10 BIG DAYS 1M
One Fare for the Round Trip. Tickets oa Sale
October 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5; geod to return
October 8th, 1906.
Be A Live One?
Don't wetf your life wir figuring
out now to get the best of h. . Bear
ia mind that in the end yon will be
A Long Time Dead
Smile up! Tne world is taking your
picture. Look pleasant! Tale Cour
age. Make up your mind to get
your stare of this world's joys, come
to Omaha's Twelfth' Annual ....
Carnival and Parades
You will lose that woe-begone face and
funeral gait. Omaha always sets the
pace. Fall in line and get some of
the glorious joys. You will hear the
noise and smell the smoke
Might as Well See the Blaze
The Great Air-ShiD Everu Dau
SPECIAL DAY EVENTS
SEPT. 26th . .
SEPT. 27th . .
SEPT. 28th . .
SEPT. 29th . .
OCT. lit . .
OCT. 2nd . .
. . England and Ireland
. . Germany and Austria
... Spain and Italy
. . . France and Egypt -...
Japan and Russia
. . . India and China
AFTERNOON PARADE, 2:30
OCT. 3rd . . Turkey and Switzerland
GRAND ELECTRICAL rT-OAT PARADE. 8 P.M.
"NATIONS OP THE EARTH"
OCT. 4th . Scottish Clans and Danish
AFTERNOON PARADE 2:30
OCT. 5th . So. America and Australia
CORONATION B AuL AT THE "DEN" 8 P. M.
OCT. 6th . ' . Omaha and All Nations
The Great Alr-SMp Everu Dau
IF YOU HAVE3
That yoo cannot tell a policeman; If
a whole lot of things bother you; If
you are crossed in love; If yoo have
business worries or domestic sorrows,
and yoo find life a rugged road and
the stones hurt your feet, get out of
the rut come and get ....
Happiness at Omaha
The best town on the map; yoo can revel
in joyous jollity to your heart's con
tent at our Twelfth Annual , , .
and Fall Festivities.
Ten solid days (and nights) from '
SEPTEMBER 26 to OCTOBER 6,
It will take the kinks out of yoo and
cure that ingrown selfishness. It
will give yoo patriotic inspiration and
polish up your ambition to live a
happier life ........ ,
G O M E!
wa ssriouaii lajuroiL