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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MONDAY, OCTOBER 8.
NOW fOR THE HORSE SHOW
Bic Social Ereit to.Iofaga Attti
lion cf Xtbmkft Tsepls.
WANY FINE. STASIAS WILL BI HERE
l-'rml hrrrl that Hal
Mil Lena Ilia Help
lil king end J
Willi tlir il'parture of th
crowning of the new to govern this
ir land of yulvem the people are now
irnltig their ottentkKi to th- next bint
lilll.liwil III. II I" ' HILIIII 1 llir l iciii lvri
f all. The Omaha Horns allow la now re-
("iiixfii an an minuai rvviii hi'u an lout
irward to It June na much aa to the king's
The daien ana October Inclusive.
All the hoS'-a to the horae lmw have len
ioM except aa the Oireclor ,nre reserving
tia tiri fnr tli rmt ilii'iiratiil w!mluwa.
l-ast year the ron petition for till wai
icen and It prohsbty will be greater tMs
Jear aa several new window decorator of
iint Ion 1 veputi have arrived this fall and
u win vii witn efli-n otner more at
tention I crllcd to the window because of
the Riving of pritea.
It la regretted by all that tlie Ihow w.II j
nut have Hal MeCorrt for an exhibitor
lhl year. He will not take part on ac
' fount of recent dentil in the fam'ly. Rom 1
of Mr. Mci."orrt"a lint- wtll be aliftwn by j
a Chicago firm. The clever guiding hand
of Mr. ,MfCord himself will be mled 9a !
ha la considered ene of the' flni't whlpa
In the west.
Kn(rles itill continue to cum In. In-
ittlrles have been received from Kentucky,
Maryland and Georgia us well ui Colorado
mid Wyoming. Don Riley hns ent .In eti-i
trie for hla strlnK of roadster. W. G.
':rllng of St. Taul will show Missouri's
.ilii 'Thornton Star." Malt t'nhen of
IauII1I(- will bring up five of Kvntucky'a
lat raddle horses and one roadster. Ball
Kin., of VarsaUlcS bare a ruble of eight
w hich they ay they' will how. John T.
Ilokk and Jeff Tlrldgfoid or Pan, Mo., will
xrnd up the pick of their stables.
V W. Wataon of fcaltlmore, Md.. I quite it
'rong poeaibillty and he hasa atsble that
f la second to non In the country. Hla magni
ficent equipment hut been selected from
the heat nt home and abroad. HI horea
for the moat part are Hackneys of high
vitality. Mr. Jarvls Huhl-of Chicago ha
a mi perb stable of eight standard bred and
four Hackney which will be rhown In lit
eat for the first time, lswi-ence Jone
of Iniilavllle. Ky.. I olwo quite a strong
possibility. Hla stable la the best In lxiils-
ille, both a to slse and magnincence, hla
horses being of th standard bred typ.
Ijcolly there I much talk about th
now. Tne red and whit rlblMins may la
aeen everywhere. Miss McCornilck and
Mr. K. A. Nash arc busy tiding every
morning. Mr. C. H. King, formerly of
Wyoming, now a, resident of Omaha, has
several beautiful horse. K. P. Peck has
a Ann atsbla and always keeps hi horses
in ahow condition. He I to ha figured
well up among the ribbon. Harley Q.
Moor head . will try for local runabout
prise with Itoseberry. Mr. F. 8. Cowglll,
Thomas' Byrne and w. J. C. Kenyon are
putting their horse In condition. O. W.
Megeath'a entries have been among the
ITst to arrive. The saddle nor etaesaa
are filling well, as are the specialty classes.
There have been several entrlea for the
potato races,' both Tuesday and Thuraday
evenings. Numerous Inquiries hava bean
coming from Fremont and Lincoln, Neb.
Mr. O. H. Messenger and Mr. Fred Beama
of Atlantic, la., arc among th exhibitors
of that point. ' '
gaaae Prlsea aa l.avat Inr.
The executive committee has decided to
offer th merchants the same prises aa
last year for decoration and Illumination;
the window or building to b decorated
with horse show colore (California red and
Arctic white) and home Mow poetera; the
decorations to be at.leaat.flve days be
fore the show; . prise winners to be de
cided on the morning of October C by i
.First Prise Box holding eight people;
Hecond Prise Box holding six people;
Tntro rrise uox nomine; lour proyio,
rourtn true itto season iimeis,
Fifth Prise One season ticket; price.
A aeaaon ticket will be preaonted to the
trimmer who decorates the first prise win
The posters will arrive some time this
Is aallr and comfortably reached bj
.tiring Nebraska and Iowa point ta
the forenoon, arriving Kansas City ia
time to connect with the Southeastern
Limited ot the .
Lea rise Kaaaaa City dally 1:80 p. on.,
ftrrylnc Pullman Drawing Room
leeper through without change. Any
ticket agent in Nebraska or Iowa will
cheerfully reserve bertha In this
aleeper and sell through round trip
tickets at greatly reduced ratea.
OH. Wl STMAU'S
?ntiflA LIVER PILLO
1, Obatlnat OooliptUa atUUouaa
fT". NtiiMt, Insomnia. Jaundt, Ttnr4
l2wV. Try . Pr botu. tat4,
SKERUA 4 McCCXmi CSU3 C
WCKAI II CLUB AX 9 CHARITY
Club women will be afforded an excep
tional opportunity of hearing Mrs. Flor
ence Kelley, secretary of the National
Consumer' league, Monday afternoon at
S:J o'clock. In the First Congregational
church. "The Child Worker and the
Shopper" will be Mre. Kelley' subject, and
the public la urged to be preaent. no
admlaslon being charged. Considerable
misunderstanding haa prevailed regarding
Mrs. Kelley's coming to Omaha owing to
her appearance under the auspice of the
Woman's club at a special meeting. The
regular meeting of the club waa held the
first Monday of the month, and tomorrow
afternoon's meeting haa l.ceu called for
the express purpose of hearing Mr. Kelley,
who Is en route to Kearney, where h
Will pesk on the Industrial program of
the State Fnderatlon convention.
At the last state meeting the Nebraska
Federation pledged Its members to co
operate with the Consumers league In
the efTort to abolish child labor and other
evil that enter Into the manufacture of
much of the ready-made clothing worn
by women and children. Mr. Kelley I
perhapa the foremost authority on child
labor and Monday afternoon'a meeting
will afford an exceptional opportunity of
hearing her preaent .one phae of It.
A board meeting of the local chpter.
Daughter of th American Revolution,
wa held Saturday morning at the homo
of Mrs. R. C. Howe for some preliminary
consideration of the coming visit of the
prealdent general of the national society,
Mr. Donald McLean. Definite arrange
ments for Mr. McLean's entertainment
will be made at the chapter meeting to
be held Monday afternoon at the homo of
Mr. W. 1 Selhy at Dundee. Who will
represent, the local chapter at the Trans
misslppl congress at Iowa City. October
29 and 2. haa not yet been decided. The
congress haa been called with a view to
enthusing the weatern chapter and cre
sting more Interest among thoe who
can not attend the annual continental
congress held at Washington. D. C. The
program for the meeting haa not been
announced as yet.
The annual fall opening reception of
the Young "Women's Christian association
wtll be held Monday evening in the as
sociation room on th third floor of the
Paxton block. Members of th several
committees will. be present to present tho
work of th various departments for th
benefit of those Interested end the Invita
tion Is extended to sll Interested In the
work, whether members or not.
The majority of delegate front local club
to the meeting of the State Federation at
Kearney this week will Ifrave Omaha Tues
day morning at ?:. Several, however,
will remain In the city tor the luncheon
given Tuesday noon In honor of Mrs. Flor
na Kelley, and wll go Wednesday morn
ing. In the latter party will be Mr. E. B.
Towle. Mrs. Draper Smith. Mrs. Harriet
Heller, Mrs. F. R. Strelght and Mrs. Kl
The Bret meeting of th current topic
department will be held in th club room
Tuesday of thla week, October . at 2 p. m.
sharp. A very Interesting program haa been1
prepared by the leader for the day, Mrs.
Nathan E. Adama. There will be two solos
by Mrs, W. J. Hammed, accompanied by
Mr. John Randolf Smith; paper and talk
by Mrs. Rhodes, on the Insurrection In
Cubs; Mrs. Williams, an account of her
1st visit to Yellowstone park, with views;
Mrs. Bush, current notes- on the work of
prominent women: Mr. Brandei. on lier
recent automobile trip In France; vacation
notes, by Mr. Edward Johnson and Mr.
Harriet McMurphy: also Dr. Alice Oration
Swamy and Nuckollf Condon, upon two up-to-dat
medical toplca of general Interest.
A cordial Invitation I extended to all club
Th Helping Hand aoriety of Hanscom
Park Methodist church will hold ita an
nual business meeting and election of offi
cer Friday afternoon of this week at 2:3U
PORTER WANTS CLEAR RECORD
Fngltlv Brlnglna- Preaawr to Have
lndletaaenta Pending In Federal
4 District Cart aah.
According to good authority an effort
Is being made to have quashed indictments
found a few yeara ago against Oarnett C.
Porter, who ran a news bureau In connec
tion with th World-Herald In this city
as a cover for crooked practice which re
sulted in his being nriren out ot town.
The Isst heard of Porter waa at Winnipeg.
wher h had employment on on of the
dally papers. Through a brother her a
number of men have solicited District At
torney Go and County Attorney 81a
baugh to hav th Indictments resting
against Porter voided or nulled, but so far
without procuring th desired result. It
will be remembered that th Elk otub
took th matter up. along with mora than
100 reaponslbl business men In the com
munity, and forced Issues which cul
minated in the finding of th indictments
and also In th flight of Porter.
HOLDUP MEN MAKE MISTAKE
Try It K. jO. Jack) and H Take
E. O. Jackson, (34 South Twenty-eighth
tret, proprietor of th llvry atabl at
Twnty-lghth and Farnam streets, worsted
tw holdup men who attacked Mm at.
Twenty-eighth and Jones atreet with at
revolver about 10 o'clock Saturday night
Whan th gun waa presented toward Mm,
Jackson grabbed It and after a short aTrug
(la succeeded In wresting it from th hayli
wayman. Thereupon both of them turned
and Ad. Jackaon allowed thera p get
away without attempting to us tM cap
tured revolver en them and notified th
Kagun Co.. LETTER P.CIAL!STV
TOOTH TALK' NO. 70
Were you ever hurt by a dentist?
Shake! I've Wa Tliere too! Besides
my weth ar these sensitive kind that
hurt wher. g piece ot eU! scratch
around Ia the cavity. Tou probably
know A about tost sharp pain of
I hAe a way of nlllng and crowning
aensative teeth painlessly.- There
noUstng mysterious about the method
It'e, moatly tne use of aacommon care
id, common sense.
. Come up aud talk to me. Five
minutes of my conversation and examl
natioa costs yon, nothing.
DR. F1CKKS, DENTIST. 338 B Bldg
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
f wr Iijanction Lea n th City ia a Bad
MISSOURI AVNU PAVING STILL WORSE
am Talk of trlmlaal rroaerati
(irsnlai Out of Allowance t
The situation in South Omaha haa ac
tually grown pathetic at the present state
of affair. Judge Kennedy's decision sus
taining thi petition for a temporary In
junction has thrown the official Into con
sternation. Il Is a difficult problem to de
cide what should be done first. There Is a
likelihood that the Injunction msy be
made permanent, and In that cuse, of
course, none of the fund appropriated
for the sewer can be used. In the mean
time the bond bear a heavy rate of In
terest. The city treasurer, C. A. Melcher,
stated yesterday that. In that emergency,
the only thing to be done would be to
place the money on a time deposit and let
It draw the usual rate of 4 per cent. This
WQuld offset the Interest on the bonds.
Thla interest would .In the other case
amount to $i,0ii before the bonds could
city attorney waa of the opinion
that there w-as no prospect of winning
any advantage In appealing the case. He
advised that the council courd dismiss the
present contractors, and readvertlse for
bid much sooner than the appeal could
be tried. Few of the men about the city
hall ventured an opinion on the probable
treatment of the sewer tangle In the scs
lon of the legislature. Some wear doubt
ful If the authority would be given to raise
a larger appropriation. That appears to
be the only hope at the present. The
work of construction la therefore tied up
for the present' year with the possible
exception of two contracts, which were not
mentioned In the petition for injunction.
Talk ml Indictment
Mayor Hortor stated yesterday morning
that he had been Informed proceeding
were about to be Initiated against th
Missouri avenue paving proposition, either
In the nature of an Injunction, or an In
dictment before the grand Jury. Th be
lief of the mayor appeared to lean toward
the latter proposition. The ground of
the action appeara to be that the council
has voted to allow three estimates which
were recommended by the city engineer
amounting to f 7,000 or more, and It is as
serted that the actual work done on the
street has not amounted to more than
12,000 or $3,000 at best.. In addition to
the fact of the payment of the $7,009
it is asserted there has been no reserve
aa required by the contracta. Apparently
the mayor and the majority of the coun
cil have allowed the contractor to have
hla own way. It Is said, to the point of
making tliemnelvea liable. The mayor ex
plained the matter, that he waa Influenced
to the course by his great desire to as
sist the people of Missouri avenue.
It comes from an unverified aource.
though with positive assertion, that the
contractor had proposed to delay tiie work
In aoma way or other until hla warrants
should reach . $21,000 or enough to pay
the actual bottom cost of the material
used In the paving. After which, he waa
to pave the street, having thus Insured
himself from loss. Had the council stood
by Ita last estimate of $3,225, above
$12,000 would have been paid.
This allowance waa rescinded because of
A tip from certain belligerent source that
trouble was brewing. It ha been known
all along that the mayor and council were
taking a haxzard; but It wa , .hoped Jiy
those who have been the moat urgent for
the Improvements In that quarter that no
one would Interfere. It is said of Mr.
Murphy .that he haa been In the habit In
alt his contract to work on the plan ex
hlblted In his work for the city In thla In-
stance. When the last or fourth estimate
wa rejected by. th council after ita ap
proval had been voted, the city engineer
ex preened hlmef that It was only right.
for the nronertv In thm natnr M,ai..t.i
though delivered on tha rrminil An mm nniM
become the property of the city until laid
on the treets.
If an Indictment is resorted to It will
doubtless Include the msynr, the members
voting In the affirmative In the allowance
of the engineer' catlmatea and possibly the
ngineer. for having aubmltted the esti
mate. Th charge may be malfeasance
In oJTIc and may have the effect of Im
peachment. City Hall Another Problem.
The city ha.ll will no doubt furnish a
subject for further legal .ng;e. The bids
for construction will be opened October 15.
Here, no doubt, the, same question will
art, becauee the. city hall appropriation
will not cover y $,ont the. cost of tho
buildings designed for the site. The city
hall proper falls within the appropriation.
but this. bOildlng does not include the jail
and police court, which were planned to
occupy another building. The plan waa
to dcs t the police fund allowed by the
levy and apply the money thu secured for
th construction of the Jail. Thla plan was
Wiorked last year on the new Are hall. The
money was secured from the scavenge!
collections. Judging from the feeling which
till exists In soma quarters , since th
purciiaa of th city hall ait last spring,
tha letting of theae contracta will be the
forerunner of still another squall. To aay
that there la much Indignation 'In many
quarters ia to put the situation mildly.
Quite aa much Is arrayed on the one slds
ss . upon the other.
Harvest Heme Festival.
Oe week front today will be the oc
casion of the Harvest Horn festival to b
4-elebrated by the members of St. Mar
tin's Episcopal church. Aa usual, dona
tions of fruit wtll b made. On this oc
casion th fruits so donated will be given
to the Clarkaon hospital in Omaha and to
th South Omaha hospital In th city
Th fruit will be sent to the hospital in
dicated by th donor. Those who wish to
make donation of fruit are referred to
Hra. ISverett or to Mrs. Adkina, who will
see that th donations are cared for.
Bic Receipt f Sheep.
The sheep receipts the last week hav
been th largest in the history of th
South Omaha yards. During th weg
120. 000 hav been placed on the local mat
ket. The bulk of thesanlmals were sold
gain to th stockers and feeders and will
again be returned at a later period fat
tened for th slaughter. Thus th shep
business bids fair to be good for th
autumn and early winter at Wast. Th
sheep hav sold fairly wall, but th large
shipments were responsible for a slight
decline ta price.
Thre M4rn Wander la On Eater
Radium costs over $5,000,000 a pound and
It la not expected that Prof. Patty carries
a trunk full of It. but he will bring
sufficient quantity of the marvelous sub-
stano to show th audienc and to ex
pertinent with at th High School audi
torium next Thursday night. That a bit
of thla wonderful mineral can continue
for thousands of millions of yeara to give
off heat and light without exhausting II
aelf, aeenia to be nothing short of nilratu
Thirty degrees below aero Is pretty cold
weather, but It will be tea times as cold
next Thursday night at the High School
miitiorluui, wuea Prof. Patty gives
demonstration with liquid air. Alcohol
will be frosen snd mercury made as hard
King Kdwurd and Pres4dnt Roosevelt
have exchanged greetings across the At
lantic ocean, their word being Sent S.0
miles without wires, a feat which startled
the world. Next Thursday night at the
High School auditorium Prof. Patty will
explain the workings of this, the greatest
Invention, with adequate apparatus to en
able all to understand It.
Mr. L. V.. Pterce Dead.
The death of Mr. L. E. Pierce, the wife
of Officer Pierce, who has been for yeais
connected with the department here, has
thrown a shade of sadness on the entire
force. Mrs. Pierce died yesterday after
noon at the SouU) Omnha hospital, where
she was taken about a week ago suffering
at the time from severe nines. 8he
underwent an operation during the week,
but had not the strength to rally. Bhe
I survived by her husband and four chil
dren. There are two boys and two girls.
The funeral will be conducted from the
residence at 1907 M street Monday, but the
hour has not been determined. The mem
bers of the department will give her
the honors of the same at the services.
Maatle City ftoaslp.
The Item of street time amounted to
$.11. 50 during the last week. v
St. Martin a Women'a auxiliary will meet
at the guild hall Wednesday afternoon.
Herman Ludwlg, Fourteenth and Jackson
streets, Is rejoicing In the advent of a son.
UafTord haul any old thing. Tel. luti.
Jetter's (Jold Top Beer delivered to sll
parts of the city. Telephone No. .
John Boyle of Sioux City, la.. Is spending
a few days visiting with his parents in
Mr. and Mrs. William Ullmoie of Fair
bury were the guests of Mr. and Mr. Tron
son last week.
Jake Onldle and William Truman were
unlucky enough to receive a fine in police
Fine, largo cook stove, good baker, cost
$:, used two year, goes for $8. KM North
Miss Grace Phillips of Wahoo and Mrs.
J. M. Kelser of Fremont are the guesta of
Ml. S. C.'Shrlgley.
Detective -P. H. Shields yesterday ar
rested Frank Nolan for the Orond iflaml
authorities. It In said he Is wanted there
for grand larceny.
For sale, two large and one sum II sixed
second-hand heating stove, two Hound
Oaka and one Acorn base burner. Call t
13 North Twenty-second atreet. South
The Lsdlea" Aid society Of the Methodist
church of South Omaha WW give a supper
Thursday evening to the Democratic club
of Boutli Omaha. The entertainment will
be held In Masonic hall.
Make an offer on the northwest corner of
lbth and Missouri Ave. a nearly new
house, east front, and neat cottage, south
front; two new lots. Room for two mote
houses. Will sell on easy terms. Price,
$2,750. N. P. Dodge & Co.. 1714 Farnam Hi.
REPUBLICANS ACT AS A UNIT
County Committee la Ilarmonloa
n the Selection nt Ita Ken
Harmony was In the atmosphere at the
first meeting of tbe new republican county
committee Saturday afternoon at Wash
ington hall. Contests were on for only
two office and In both enses when th
will of the majority was msnlfested mo
tions to elect imanliiVously weTe carried
These are the new officers of the committee.
Chairman. Anthony J. Donahoe.
Vice- chairman. J. J. Bourher.
Secretary, Frank H. Woodland.
Treasurer. Qurdon W. Wattles.
The meeting was called to order by Chair
man I Gibson. Mr. Gibson spok
briefly, expressing hi thanks for the sup
port given him In the past and declaring
the belief that factional fights In the party
are over. He said ho believed the new
committee with the support of the party
at large could elect every i, man on the
A letter from Treasurer'Wattles stated
that after all bills had beeri paid a balance
of $U.!)3 remained in the treasury. Some of
the vacanciea on the committee were filled
by vot and then nominations for chair
man were declared In order. Tho nominees
were A. J. Donahoe, who had been agreed
upon as a harmony candidate by the wv
called faction; J. J. Boucher and W. A.
Foster. Th first ballot was sufficient to
elect, Mr. Donahoe receiving 113 votes and
Mr. Boucher 35. Mr. Boucher, who hnd
previously cast the vote of his precinct
for Mr. Donahoe, moved that the nomlna-
ion be made unanimous and the motion
went through with a whoop. Mr. Boucher
was named for vice-chairman by unanimous
Frank H. Woodland was presented for
secretary In accordance with the harmony
agreement and was pitted against M. J.
Greevy, the present Incumbent. Mr. Wood
land won out by a vote of 104 to 45 and
his election was made unanimous on mo
tion of Mr. Greevy. Ourdon W. Wattles
wss re-elected treasurer by a rising vote.
The committee empowered the new chair
man to appoint an executive committee.
consisting of one member from each ward
In Omaha, two from South Omaha and
one from the country. Then by another j
rising vote the committee expressed Ita
thanks to the retiring chairman and the
other officers for their services to the
committee. Mr. Donahoe and Mr. Wood
land were called to the platform and both
addressed the committee briefly.
Juat before adjournment Congressman
John I Kennedy was called on and In re
sponse spoke tor a. few minutes. He con
gratulated the committee on Its organisa
tion and commended both Mr. Donahoe
and Mr. Woodland. He mid th congres
sional committee had decided to co-operate
cordially with the county committee to se
cure the election of the entire ticket.
Wlttv a good chairman, a good secretary
and a good cause, why shouldn't you win?"
he asked. His remarks were given enthu
Mr. Donahoe, the new chairman, la a
resident or the Fifth ward and Is yard
master of the Missouri pacific.
An aggressive speaking campaign In con
nectlon with the county committee waa the
course decided upon at a meeting of the
republican congreaalonal committee Satur
day morning in Congressman Kennedy's
office. The meeting was well attended and
those present were enthusiastic over the
progreea already made. Speakers and dates
111 b announced by James H. Adams,
chairman of th committee.
Fast lime with Special.
Th "Land of Nod company was
hrouaht in last night over the North
weatern road on a special train. The
train made th run from Chicago In
INDIA AND CEYLON
Is tbe nioei Mrfex-t tea growu. Nature provides the proper i-Uniat aud
soil, the planters prepare it In the most approvd manner aud Trtley blends
and packs It. Enough said.
McCO&D-BRADY CO., Wholesale Agent. Oman.
IS MAKING LARGE FORTUNE
Copr'i 8acc$ ia St Laniiof Phtaomaaa
HIS STATEMENTS Ahfc NOW VERIFIED
Internal Parnalira Are Indenbtedlj
Responsible for Mneh III
Health latervlewa a
ST. Lot'is. Mo., Oct. 7. The rniarkabl
results that are being accomplished In St.
Loula by 1. T. Cooper have become a
topic ot universal Interest during the last
Reports that preceded hi visit to this
city told of Mr. Cooper's great success In
the esu But the man and his medicine
did not attrsct widespread attention until
the beginning of his second week hero.
Then the Interest lit him became very
noticeable and has steadily gained head
way until hi preparations are now being
old in enormous quantities and his head
quarters I a most IMeresttng place In
which to spend-a half hour.
People are coming from all parts of the
city to see him. The young man and his
assistants are surrounded by swarms of
humanity from early until late some to
tell what has been sccompllMied for them
by the Cooper medicines; others to buy th
Perhaps nothing has done more to arouse
this interest thnn Mr. Cooper's statement
concerning Internal parasites, or tape
worms, a they are commonly called. At
th commencement of hi visit to thl city
he claimed that theee creatures were re
sponsible for much of the 111 health of this
generation; he claimed that a large per
centage of all chronic stomach trouble was
caused by them; he Stated that his Nw
Discovery" medicine would prove thl
theory to be comet, as It would reuiove
hundred of these tapeworms before he
left the city. ,
These statements seem to have ben com
pletely vetifled. -During the past two
weeks hundredn of people who have been
taking the Cooper preparation for some
form of stomach trouble have been re
lieved of one of there parasites. In con
sequence. Cooper and his theories have
been growing Into greater prominence each
Mr. Cooper's statement that a general
lassitude was the surest Indication of this
trouble seems to be correct. Statements
by people who have had this experlenCo
stem to be very much alike. All saying
that a feeling of extreme weariness snd a
lack of energy, which they attributed to
stomach trouble, had afflicted them.
A statement of thla character, which Is
almost Identical with all those given by
people who have had the Sam experience
Is 4 follows:
Mrs. B. Prengcl, living at 4040 St. Ferdi
nand street, who wa relieved ot one of
these parasite by the Cooper preparation,
when n by a reporter said:
"I have been In poor health for sit years,
j j wng in a general rundown condition; I
( attributed this to stomach trouble, as I had
a very Irregular appetite and would have a
bloating sensation after meal. My chief
trouble wa that I felt tired all the time.
Even In the morning, after a night's sleep,
I would wake up feeling no more refreshed
than when I went to bed. I had dixsy
spells and would see spots before my eye,
and the least exertion would tiro me. It
was an effort to attend to my du'les. snd
even my mind seemed dull and sluggish.
"My eyesight haa been getting poorer
lately, and I noticed that my memory was
not as good as it used to be. If I stood
for any length of time I would hav a dull
pain In the lower part of my back and If X
ascended the stair quickly my heart beat
"I tried every sort of preparation, hoping
to throw off thl dull feeling. I heard so
much about thi man Cooper that I de
cided to try his preparation. I bought two
bottles of New Discover'. I took only a
few doses of th preparation and a tape
worm left my system. It wa about fifty
feet in length, aa near as I could Judge.
Now I know what has been the matter
with nie all these years snd I am sure I
will be all right again."
The success of these new preparations In
St. Louis is confined largely to case of
stomach trouble, but the medicine seems to
be remarkably nuccessful In cases ot rheu
matism. Mr. Cooper ascribes this to the
fact that stomach trouble is Indirectly re
sponsible for many diseases, rheumatism
being among them.
eleven hours. No especial effort was
made at extra fast time, such, as the
stopping or delsy of other traffic, but th
special Juat kept coming along.
ANDY GALLAGHER IS CHAIRMAN
Sonth Omaha Mas Selected by the
Democrats for Cam
A. M. Gallagher of South Omaha was
elected chairman of the democratic county
commute Saturday afternoon at th rooms
of th Jacksonlan club, where the com-mitteemen-elect
met and organised for the
campaign. Oeorge Holmes waa elected
secretary and Mark Coad treasurer. An
attempt to foist a "D&hlruan Democracy"
man on the meeting for the chairmanship
was nipped In th bud. Louis J. Plsttl.
who placed Fred Anheuser In nomination,
wanted tha balloting to be responsive, but
J. A. C, Kennedy succeeded In getting a
motion through for a secret ballot, thus to
give every committeeman an opportunity
to express his real conviction regardless of
importunities made before th meeting.
Anheuser. the Dahlman democracy candi
date offered by Plattl, was badly beaten
on the first ballot.
Chairman-elect Gallagher made a short
speech of acceptance, urging all to work
for a united democracy. Mr. Kennedy
spoke along the lines of making the present
county organisation a foundation for tbe
campaign of 190T, and the greater cam
paign of 190. Mr. Kennedy said the demo
crats expected to elect a president in
and that It would be meet for the faith
ful in this section to sit up and work.
An executive committee will be selected
by the chairman.
The commute will meet again next Sat
urday evening at the Paxton hotel.
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EL., "Elizabeth and Her German Garden
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For November ' . w
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NOW ON SALE
Daily until October 31
Via. Rock Island Lines
$25.00 from Omaha to Iajs Angeles and San
$25.00 from Omaha to Portland, Tacoma and
Tickets good m Free Reclining Chair Cars or in
Pullman Tourist Sleepers on payment of berth rate.
Th Rock Island offers two good tourist routes
to the Pacicfic Coast. Daily thru service from Chicago
and St. Louis, both ways.
Illustrated Tourist Car folder and full details
1 of rates and service' upon request. "; " ,
When your health Is ronoernod don't
play at a gamn of chance. Don't xpri-
mont with uncertain, dangoroim, half-way,
or free treatment achemea, or quirk cure
delualon, or anything that savors In thi
leaat of experiment or chanoe, or that
which Is calculated to deceive you Into
the belief that you are going to get some
thing for nothing. Always go to respon
sible, skillful specialists.
the announcement in next Sun
day's Bee of the
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to Chicago and return, will be sold at one and one
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