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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1906)
is the only Word that can be found that will adequately express to the public the great purchase of HIGH GRADE
BROTHERS from two of the best known manufacturers of best pianos FOR CASH, Twenty-five car loads of
well known factories of Fischer Piano Cdmpany New York and Price & Teeple of Chicago.
This great purchase, consisting of all the catalogued styles of 1907 from
these two great factories, will be placed on sale, commencing Monday morn
ing, at prices that will save the purchaser from $75.00 to $200.00 on each in
strument. Every piano, in this sale is the very latest in style so late, in fact,
that the two factories published their 1907 catalogue before their artists furn
ished the designs. Hayden Brothers, always after the best and latest for
their trade, made them a CASH offer for the entire output, and purchased the
entire twenty-five car loads at a price that was extraordinarily low. By this
great purchase we again demonstrate the fact that in the piano business
Hayden Brothers do not follow the leaders, but lead and all others are com
pelled to fyllow as best they can.
Only, three more days until Thanksgiving and only four more weeks until
Christmas. One of these, beautiful pianos would make the best and most
pleasing present to give to anyone on either of the pleasing occasions.
We will also offer in
ELMWOOD CLUB IS FORMED
U Orean'zation to Promoto Paddle and
Haruerss Eaoin? and Antomobilin?.
PROMINENT MEN AND WOMEN ARE IN IT
l'roult Ion Projected al Dinner
(tven by Fred A. ah Cloli
and Mile Track Will
A nw. organization of horsemen a:id
women and automobile owners has jUHt
been effected in Omaha under the name of
the Elm wood club. Tha new club start
out under auspicious circumstances and
promises to stimulate Interest In the horsa
In Omaha next season. Tha Kim wood club
has arranged to lease the old state fair
grounds, near Elmwood park, and will have
tha ooly mile track in Nebraska and one
of tho best tracks in this part of the coun
The proposition to organize this club was
projected at a dinner -given by Fred A.
Nash at tha Omaha, club a week ago. Tha
guests at that dinner were B. A. Cudahy,
T. C Byrne. F. 8. Cowgill, N. Updike, N.
V. Dodge, Jr.. Joseph Barker, L F. Cro
foot, Harley O. Moorhead, W. J. C. Ken
yon, .Ward Burgess, George Reed, Robert C.
Howe. Thomas B. McPherson, Joseph Cud
shy, W. H. McCord, E. H. Peck, Myron
What Lo They Cure?
Thn above question 1 often akd con
fernlng lr. Pierce's two leading medi
cines, "Golden Medical Discovery" and
The answer is that "Golden Medical
Pteoovery " ia a most potent alterative or
blood-purifier, and tonic or invigurator
and acts esiclully favorably In a cura
tive way upon all the mucous lining sur
faces, aa of the nusal passages, throat,
bronchial tubes, stomach, bowels aud
bla ldeDcurliifc a large per cent, of catar
rhal cuv whether disease affects the
nasal parages, the Oftaat, larynx, bron
chia, ttoniacuNlas catarMjl dysjepis),
bowel (as muoupwSiuyi4. bladder.,
uterus or other pTvic orgIn? Kvep In
therronlf- (, nl.-rjUyn j-tPlf (if I 'J
affe. it i nftj-i ficcessful In affect
ing fiir.-v '
- -iy " Kv. rHe.prerirtloTla adyf
,1-S n (1
uapoAeiiui jtlgeiiiTy ailing InviKoraW
lug touio and nervlno. lor weak worn
out, over-worked women no matter hat
has caused the break-down, "favorite
Prescription" will be found most elective
in building up the strength, regulating
tha womanly functions, tuUiujng pain
and bringing about a healthy, vigorous
condition of the whole system.
A bxxik of particulars wraps each bottle
giving the formulae of both medicines and
-Quoting what scores of eminent med
ical authors, whose works are consulted
by physicians of all the schools of practice
as guides in prescribing, suy of each in
grcilient entering into the.se medicines.
The words of praise bestowed on the
several Ingredients entering into Uoctor
I'iurce's medicines by such, writers fchould
have more weight than any amount of
lion professional testimonials, bwcauso
'icb men are writing for the guidance of
their medical brethren and know vt hereof
Itotn medicines are non-alcoholic, non
secret, and contain no harmful ha til l
forinln? dm?, being composed of glyceric
extract of tne roots of nutive, American
medli'inal forest plants They are both
Sold by dealers la medicine. You eau't
afford to accept as a substitute fur one of
these medicines of known composition,
any M-ret nostrum.
Dr. J'ierco's t'elieU. small, sngarccated,
easy to take as candy, regtilnia and i
Vluj-ai4 Uuich. liver aud bowels.
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war " r,ma'',"vaur 9arTsaauB
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this, great sale the following well-known makes: Sohmer Chickering Bros. Fischer
Schaeffer and twenty-three other standard makes.
carry the largest and most complete stock of sheet music in the west.
Pianos Moved, Tuned and
, Learned, Charlea T. Kountze and O. C. lted-!
At the dinner preliminary utepg for Die
organisation of a Indies' and gentlemen's i
riding, driving and automobile club were. ;
presented and at a later date the club was !
duly incorporated by the guests and host I
mentioned. The bonrd of directors for the
year are: T. C. in-rne, W. J. O. K'nyon. F.
A. Nash, K V. Crofoot. Oeorge Fr. k, Kob-i
! ert C Howe, N. 1. Podge, Jr., Ward Uui -
gess and F. S. Cowglll.
Work Stan w it h .Pyrlua;.
AVlth the advent spring work will be
j marten to put tne nine track in nrst ciaae
I shape and present pluns contemplate the
construction, of an uc na track Insidn the
mile truck, bridle path, commodious club
house and such other appointments as are
needed for a first class club.
Sufficient membership already has boon
secured to make the club a succexH. The
grounds around the track aio beautifully
located, and with prospective Improvements
in the spring It i believed the Kim wood
club grounds will bo one of the bounty
spots of Omaha.
The plana are to have exhlblt'ous of heavy
harnoxs and saddle horses at the club
grounds and to have race meets under
the auspices ot an auxiliary organisation,
the club proper to have nothing directly
to do with the management of races, al
though It will follow that tho member of
the club will be patrons. One of the big
events hoped for next summer Is a race
meet to last three or four days and of
sufrUJent Interest as to Attract people from
all parts of Nebraska.
Harness and Waddle Hnrarn.
The Elmwood club will, however, he
more Identified with harness and saddle
horses. . The club -will lie a sort of all
sumn.er horse show. With three pleasant
dy-iveways lending to the club grounds
Omaha's gay eiiulpuges will grucu the
streets and boulevards around the club
grounds. While before horsemen have had
only the ilorsf Show as an incentive to
parade their anlmala and vehicles, next
season U Is eonlldently believed new life
will be Infused into Omaha's stables und
Omaha will be known throughout Nebraska
hs a real "horsey" tuwu.
The new club house will be the rendez
vous for the members In a social way and
will have the cafe feature.
Mr. Nash believes the new club will
stimulate interest in saddle horses particu
larly. At tho last Horse Khow there were
only four women entries in that Macs,
whereas Mr. Nash believes there should
have been fliu-ea at least. With the Elm
wood club will come, in time, the royal
sport of pony polo and other sports.
Tract West of Hnscr's Park.
The track which Is being considered as the
spot for tha location of the new club is a
mile track, situated west jt Kuser's and
was built in the most improved style and
used aa the track during the five years the
state fair was held lu Omaha. When it was
In use it was pronounced by experts as one
of the best tracks in the Untied States.
A committee went over the track a few
days ago and found that the track is still
in almost aa good condition as when in
constant use. Tho only flaw is at the west
end, where some mUcreanta have dug out
the drain pipes and the dirt has washed
away to some extent. Outside of this the
track Is in perfect condition and the com
mittee was able lo drive around the track.
Three main highways from the city lead
to the proposed grounds and all will be
available by next season. The most prac-
. tleable ax present is out the Podse street
road and through 101 m wood puik. By the
I 1st of June Iavenwnith street should be
' macadamised past the park ami the mad
which was graded from Center street to lue
old fair grounds could be repaired for a
couple of bundled Uoliais. Ths street rall-
- v ti
ol Style and
wny company once laid tracks to the
grounds when Omaha liud tho Ktatc fair
located here, but thexe have boon torn
away. The company would not hesitate a
moment to run the trucks again it it could
be shown where tho club was to be put on
a solid foundation and race meets pulled
BOSTON'S COMCRETE BUI LDINGS
Wllhla Ftf Tears All BuildiuKN W ill
- tic of Concrete. a- the
That brick, utone and board houses are
soon to go tho way of log huts is the
(.pinion of a member of one of tho largest
construction companies in Boston, a com
pany which has on hand already order
for erecting thirty buildings wholly of con
cretefloors, ceilings, roofs and nil.
An invention of Thomas A. Edison,
whereby a house now costing $2,iO0 may bo
built, and built better, for $.'.00, Is expected
to hasten the arrival of the "concrete ago."
Within fifty years there may not be left
a building in Boston not constructed of
concrete, say men who keep pace with the
Of the many arcliitoct and builders in
the city none of those seen by the Sunday
Post reporter last week hesitated to stale
that concrete was to become the future
construction material, not only of this city,
but of the whole country.
The difficulty tip to the present time in
making such houses litis been the expense
of the mold into which the concrete Is
iwured. There, has been no such mold that
could lie put too ther and taken apart for
eaolr successive molding.
Today concrete count ruction In gradually
finding Its way into every form of archi
tectural work in this city. Few BustonUns
are nwure of the large number of modern
dwellings the Interior wall and floors of
which are built of concrete.
The three-story motor garage In Park
siuaie und the now Hebrew synagogue on
Commonwealth avenue are examples of con
crete construction within und without. The
Charles liver dam and tho new bridge have
concrete foundations, up lo the high water
In the vicinity of Boston there are two
dwelling hoimes. one at Wollanton and the
other In Newton, built entirely of concrete.
In Brockton the Austin building, eight
stories high, is an illustration of a modem
office structure built of coucrele through
out. All the more recent new school buildings
ia the city have floors and inside walls of
concrete. It forms the most important
material In the interior construction of the
I'enn Mutual building, the Warren Cham
bers, the Cambridge, the Marlborough, the
Commonwealth, the Somerset und the Her.i
Scores of factories throughout the state
are built entirely of concrete. Boston Post.
L. C. Ermln of Haitliiir Is at the Murray.
Mrs. Otto BeiKer and uaushter of Long
Pine, Ixiulse Pheli.s of Schuyler and John
Kills of Springfield are at the Her Grand.
Dr. F. Simon and wife or Oakland. A. K.
Brown and C. A. Keene of Fremont and
Fred- R. Barnard of Keystone are at the
L. M. Foss, traveling passenger ngent for
the Chicago Ortat Western railway, with
headiu.rters in Dcs Moines, was in the
T. J. O'Ketfe of Alliance; W. j. tCi'.iien
of South B.iid: II II. Vil..ii p...lili Wil
son. Walter F. Wilson. M H Swartz. F. '.
Swttrt and K. Hunger ol 1 incoln, and '. I..
Patterson, wife n".i dunlin, r ot N... ill
Platte aro at the Merchant.
Police Captain P. M"Hiyn has been obliged
to u.end active iiutv on I he department
becauno of a slight llbieaa ami la coonned
to his hmne, ijlu Willis aveont. Captain
Mont n became the victim of a cold a few
di.yi ami, rendering l.lin indisposed, but,
aitiiouaiQ bis condnlon has failed to im
prove, no serious result ar fi'arsd.
SUNDAY WVA): XOVKMHKU 27. !!"..
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Telephone Douglas 2600
LINCOLN PARTY TAKES SUTES
Judss Frost and Cthera Visit Juvenile
Court and retention Home.
ENTERTAINED AT COMMERCIAL CLUB
Blind (ilrl Before Judge Snltoo Says
She Can Make Three Dollars
a Day Rrsslns on
Eighteen men und women from Lincoln
wore Intorosted spectators at Saturday
morning's session of Juvenile court. Tho
visitors Included Judge Lincoln Frost Of
the I.flneas!cr county juvenile court find
other court official and .Mrs. M. I). Welch,
chairman of the detention school commit
tee of the Lincoln Woman's club and twelve
other club members. The purjKise of the
visit was to watch the workings of tho
court hero and to examine the Iv-tenKon
school. The establishment of a Detention
school, is beii(- agitated In the capital e'ty
ami those interested In it came t.i. Otiitli x.
to see one In actual operation.
Judge Frost sat with Judge niton rt
the hearing of the Juvenile c:im-s nr-.' the
rest of the parly wore present through tho
session. At noon they wire enierluin-d
at luncheon at the Commerci il club rooms
und in the nfternoon ihey visited the De
tention school. The party returned to Lin
coln Into In the aflern.win. It included
those Llncolp people Judge Llneoln Fros.
Probation Officer Henry V. HoiiKiaml. Com
missioner Fred Klnyon. Truant '!' l-er
K. IL Wllllsf. rd. C. K. Pr. vey. superin
tendent of the Charity OiKJinzall n o
cifty; Mrs., M. D. Welch, chairman of t!,
detention school committee of the WornnnV
iliilv, Mrs. O. M. Stonebruker, Mrs. F. M.
Hull. Mrs. H. M. Huslinell
Harpharu. Mrs. II. H. Wils.-r
Ilitnull. Mrs. C. I.. Hall. Mr-
Miss Helen r-uodeim. Miss Ma
Mrs. F. M. lilish
of Des Molncs ai
.f Onnlia, Mrs
id Mrs. Belle Deriing ot
also ac.-onif.anit 1 l 'o-
After the loncliom al ihc Commercial
club short address" on phases- ol the .ju
venile work were made by .Iiido Fr.'.-t.
Mrs. O. M. St. in. t.rakei . ptosideiii of lie
Lincoln Women's- club; Conniy '..1111111--sloner
Kennatd. County ( vmnii A on- r
Kinyon of Line. In. County Auditor Hoik 11
S.11I1I1 and SiisMjniendi nt Davi.laon. At
the detention school Mrs. II. II. Heller,
superintendent, ss.kc for half an hour on
the workings of the suhool and H.-i r.l-i!..n
to the Juvenile court and Hie probl. n of
Blind t.lrl Before I ourl
Hu'ii mils, a hlnid gill, who said she
could make ficm $1 to l a day h.-mjiiit,
on the street, wjs before' the court o'.
omplaint of Siiucriiiteridcin Kllis.ui of Hi
Humane society. She is living with lior
sister and her brother-in-law, the hitfr
also blind. She earn -d her money by rial
ins with lier fingers from a Bible w'lli
raised letters. She was take i oif the sti .-ei
by the others one very cold day lail week.
Superintendent Morris of the Associated
Charities and Si iiei intendent Prevey of lie
Line 1I11 Charity society l.tli slid i. 1
br. ther-ii:-law had bet u 1ccnst0111.il t
tivel a.o'.ind (he country beting under
Vevi.cn mini. In Ou.ul.a he weni under
the name of . Snow, e purl of lie
l.iie. but afur ihc lu ettigrfUon of tie
ia.- - tried lo Tel transportation out of the
i iv umi. r tne name of W. V. Livingstone.
The girl herself bested not to .. taken
away from her sister, but Jud:e Sutton
thought some arrangement should be ma.!?
to send her to school and committed her
to th Detention school until he can find
Quality. Exceplioaal Secaose of Price
The beauty of these pianos cannot be described. You will have to see
them to appreciate them. The word highest will aptly apply to the quality of
every piano in this sale. The word lowest, when quality and design are consid
ered, applies to the prices; the word best will apply to the workmanship; ths
word sweetest will apply to the tone quality; the word longest applies to the
length of time they will last and be an educator to the whole family.
For the benefit of out-of-town customers this amazing proposition: We
will ship to any responsible party any piano in this sale, anywhere within a
radius of 500 miles, on a ten-days' trial. And if this instrument is not satisfac
tory we will take it back and pay the freight both ways. While the prices we
have placed on these pianos are extremely low, we will continue to make the
usual EASY TERMS. '
Every piano offered is guaranteed by both ourselves and the factory.
Remember Sale starts Monday at 8 a. m., and you will do well to be here
and make your selection at that time.
Anyone can make arrangements with us whereby any piano purchased will
be delivered Christmas time, if so desired, at prices that cannot be equaled.
Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention.
some other disposition to make of her.
Tho Juvenile court has taken charge of
Bertha Hellyer, a young girl who has
been appearing on the stage in a 10-eent
vaudeville theuter. It was decided her
sui roundlngs were not proper nnd she was
paroled to Judg" Sutton and Mrs. Draper
t'rasy Over Autouiolilling.
Llla Nelson, a 16-year-old girl, insists on
being lier own boss, accoioing to tho
story told by her uncle. He said she
was crazy over autoniobiling and would go
out with young men for automobile rides
nnd return home ut all hours of the night.
Sin.' also used language that was until lor
repetition in polite society and was gener
ally wayward. Judge Sutton told her she
would either have to go to the girls' In
dustrial school at Geneva or be paroled lo
sonio person who would look ufter her.
Ho scut her to the Detention School for
a week to think It over.
Kdna Duhig waf.ted to go buck to her
hovel of a home in South Omaha and
screamed angrily when Judgo Sutton sent
her to the Detention school. She has beeu
beforo the court four times and was al
lowed to go the last time on a promise
she would leave home and llvo with her
married sister. It was learned sho had
returned home again. Neighbors testified
she lived in squalid surroundings and that
"rushing the can'' was the popular form
of amusement at the home.
Itaymond Dunlap, a 13-year-old boy,
silo .k hands with t lie- Judge ami promised
lie would give up smoking a pipe, would
quit running around In bad company and
would mind his faiber. Mr. Dunl.ip said
the boy was beyond his control and ho
wanted t'.iC court to help reform him.
Ileymond was placed in charge of ltev. I!.
B. H. Boll and promised to to to school
every day and to Sunday school one" n
STATIONARY ENGINEERS MEET
Hllonnl Secretary Raven I'iijk the
Local tlruanisstloii a
1'. W. Haven. lifltione.I secret a ly of the
National Association of Statlonarv Kn
Mic'cis, favored Nehiask.' No. 1 vt It li a
call on last Friday evening. A iiumo.i 01
engineers from Nehrasi;a N.. 4 of X
i.r i.Aa City wire up to enjoy the ., r isloii.
Among the visitors were I.. P. t:? r piesi
1 nt i f the Xehra-ka t'iiy vilnu;l; ai. 1
.if--spoi.olng s .rifiry of "o. I; Vr . :h - t
Miller. V..- Pretid-iit Fn-nk I'cl. ,1 ,:i :. ;.i
I!. coi.!ii:.a Secret..!) ly.ais K.-...
A .oust eaj- yalil. and ..'at. ; t li.'ii::;; .e--s'on
was !;i !l Mr. Haven so k- .,n ; .
piliprrens rivd success of the (ilil-l.
N'.xt Friday ever.ing beli.g the til th Fi
day of tho i.ioaili. which Is always devit-l
to social euti rtaliiiiu i-t. the sc.koii will be
held at llie regular ineeilm; pi ic jo
STEEL CR CONCRETE BRIDGES
Mroclnres on Periuauent Koada to H-
Itilll I nder Inheritance
'I'm I. a n.
'o..i:ty t 'omtni-si..n'-r '1'rainor las de
clared favor of putting pcrr.ixneul st-el
or concrete InldgeH on the perm.in. nl roads
1 1 i.st ru. t 1! liinlir the inh-'ltane.. r-.- lm.
Al S it 'iday's n.e"ti,:it .f 4lie 1 u inly bonr.1
he i i'.-i (hiiol a i'-S'l:iiion askir tile
coiir.iy i ng.n or t.t uiuoit i.lans and esii
mat s for 'v : bridges on the West J stre. t
road 10 'loss th Papplo b'.ttomH, which will
I), i14v.1l next summer. Both bridges win
huce to te replaced lK-fi.re bn and Mr.
Tiaiv.or b-lieM Inasmuch ss 1 lie load is
to be a pormaii-nt one the bridges sl.oul I
alo be last'ng The resolution was passed
by tho bonrd.
J. C. Kiusler, representing the Onwahrt.
r ttk a
KU -a r."'
STANDARD PIANOS made by HAY DEN
pianos were bought from the two great and
Estey Wegman Price
Hastings & Nebraska Central Inlerurbun
rullroad, appeared before the board In the
Interests of the bond election the road usks
to assist In the construction of the road.
Petitions signed by the necessary number
of names were presented, but were re
ferred to the county ussessor to determine
whether or not the signatures represented
rhe real property owners. Mr. Klnsler sain
his road already had over loo miles ol
j right-of-way and had expended about
( In preliminary work. The matter wi:i
bo taken up again at the next meeting of
. Walter Wills presented his resignation as
J special auditor and it was accepted. His
j successor will not be appointed for somo
time, as the. work will be done by the
County Commissioner Fred C. Klnyon of
Lancaster county was present ot lh meet
ing. Prattle of the "Soungsters
"Now, Willie," said the Sunday school
teacher, "can you tell me why Satan
tempted Kve first?"
"Oh, I suppoce he wsnted to be pollie,"
t.nstvcred Willie. "Lidies always come
tlrei, you know."
"Tommy:" cried his father, "you must
go to bed this instant."
"No!" replied 5-year-old Tommy.
"What's that? How dare you :-ny 'No' to
"Kxruso mo. "No, sir!" ssld Tommy, with
Ernest hud been to a children's parly and
at n all that he could possibly put be
neath his little blouse, but I near'y bloke 1
j l.'s eatt to think he could do no gre.itei '
ii.st cc to the feast of good tilings ii Tore ;
him. A bright Idea came to him. Karly I
the next 11 oriilng he went around to the I
scene tf the f'stlvltles, and on being asked '
by Mrs. Johnson what he would Use. re- t
llle.i- "I d Jlkc all the things I could i t 1
strd.ay, phase." '
liaiiih- and Harry nre vr fond 'f
hoU soqiii, mid Blanche, the liiiulj)ili e
1 p :.. iteil her mother how It is made. 1 lie
uilier explained how the mi. pie tres are
iMj.d ard tl-e scjiar made from the sap.
'.r. B'anche could not unite understand.
e. it. fact doubled .whether her inoi'ner
". .u believe that. Harry'.''' ilie asked.
"V. ji, of course, " Shid Harry, loyally.
1 0.1 tap maple tries and g' t maple su;j r
., -t lln- si-ine as you taft an oi k 1 1 c e aa I
.. I tapj iyn."
"luslnits of a ule
Ma;')' a woman never list, ns to la r lull.
Iwi.nl '111 l.e begins to laik In Ins sleep.
Kve,:' man all ml. I 1 now hi duty. Then
he can lecoRiilte It In time lo dodge.
Pome people v.it'te a lot i f nine woiid'i
ins how tl.ey .houd treat their inferiors
Many a bachelor liv .s to bh-ss tin: fellow
who Married the till he wus in love with.
WI1..11 some piopl" drop a hlnl it pounds
like a ton of coal going dow n the chute.
Heaven will probably muke somo peopl
so dizzy that they wlllVaut to Jump off.
It's what a fellow doesn't know abeul a
i;i;1 that cans, s l.lin 1.1 fall in love with
W'li. 11 .1 Rirl hcKins to boss a fellow It'n a
preltv sine sign that she has made' up her
The jnai, w h .uu his money on a sure
tliniK oil. -11 lives lo learet II. at be didn't
lake a chance.
It is annoying to a woman if her husliaiul
is Jenkins of her. and it la humillstlixr If he
is. it. - New Yolk Tina s.
Building permits Issued: Stois Brewing
conip.uiy, Siieenth arid Clark, addition to
................. .. ' t
& Teeple, Franklin,
bottling" works. l.m(i; W. T. tirihsm,'
Tw nty-third and Laird, dwelling. SI. gnu;
Btilie Cnrroll. frame building at Twetitv
eiKlith and Kimgles, IT.ui: Jnmes A. Hender
son, St venleenili and Boulevard, 11,0.0
5 minutes at Copley's, Jeweler. 215 S.
11th, may save you $r. Cot I. in prices.
Hoy I.ee, a minor has started suit in dis
trict court a;aiiisl William Welch for In
juries he received In a collision wi'h Mr.
Welch's tram ticloln r t. Lee w,i riding a
bicycle. Hih h'K was broken in two places.
He sues for l. :!. Tin- accident happened
at Sixteenth und Capitol avenue.
Judgo Day has gone to I'aplllion to hold
court and wok not in Ids court room here
Saturday. He Im hearing some preliminary
matters there, to clear, the way for Ihe trial
of one of the Cleinnits boys, chained with
the murder of Lew Ooldie near Houtli
Omaha hint summer. The trlul will begin
Suit for ti.HK nn.iinst P. .1. Cicedon
Sons and O. W. Hull company was liejrutj
in district court Saturday afternoon by
Oludys McDonald, who was injured in ail
accident caused bv a tiile of sjind in the
street near tho new fire engine house at
Twenty-fourth nnd Cuming streets. She
was riding wlih William. A. Wilson, when
the buggy struck the sand pile and was
overl iirnetl. jflie says in the petition she
suffered severe injuries. This is the second
stilt growliiK out of the accident
Mama, Be Warned! Pro
tect the Little Ones!
AM A! Don't be. frightened
but be warned I
Every Mother knows, or
should know that the terrible
Mortahtjr among children is caused by
Stomach and Bowel troubles. Colic, Sour
Curd, Cholera Infantum, Summer Com
plaird, Measles, Rashes, Scarlet Fever
even Mumps have their first cause in
The Delicate Tissues of a Baby's
Bowels will not stand rough treatment.
Salts are too violent, and Castor Oil
will only grease the passages, but will
not make and keep 'them Clean, Healthy
There is no other medicine as safe for S
child A3 CascarcU. ths frarrant little Candy
TaUeL that has saved thousands of families
The Nursing Mother should always keep
her Milk MilJly Purgative by taking a Cas
cartt at iiiht before going lo bed.
No ether medicine has this remarkable
and valuable quality. Mama takes the
Cascaret. Baby g-t3 the Benefit.
Cascarets eel l.ke strengthening Exercise
on the weak little bowels of the growing
babe, and make them able to get alMhe
NourLhrr.ent out of Baby's Natural Food.
Larger children cannot always be watched,
and will eat unr-easojnahly. The Ready
Remedy should ever be at hand CascarelS
to take care of the trouble when it comes.
No need to Force or Bribe children ta
take Cascarets. They are always
more than read to eat the sweet little bit
Home Is not complete without the ever
ready Box of Cascareu. Ten cents buys a
small one at the Corner Drug Store.
Be very careful to get the fenuine.
mado only by the Sterling Remedy Com
pany and never sold in bulk. Every tablet
igmDod "CCC." 4l
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