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THE OMAHA' " DAILY BEE: - THIKSDAV, XOVEMIiEli Um;..
H COCSCIl PROCEEDINGS i "::rr:,r!L:
call 0 tli'- "degree u:u."
J In mniwr-uU'iii of the faithful labm of
I 1 l-.t patrol fully Z Fhrlncm from Omaha
I ii.il some from nwniilKirlnn lowni donneci 1
dress milt rtrul Turkish hrailfctrt to show I
I proper honor to trie guests. preliminary 1
Mom Uadt ts Eesnme the Repair of tbs
Anplalt Fayed Etreeti,
AFFAIRS AT SOLI II OMAHA rzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzuZzzzzzzzzzTlzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzuzzzzz7z:'
MONEY TO COME FROMTHE GENERAL FUND
Johnson lolrodnce treet fur Trans,
fer OrHlnnnir Mrnllar to '.Immnii
"""f Which Nun tlet
In I'lit conhnle.
Packers Please! with the Operation of tin I 1
New Fare Food Law. ' . , It
I Hrrr! 11-rf ttnv .tirf nrntri-am f thntt lull : IHlHIRl F HK V IM nVT WlWflP nTTillC':
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and niiit'lr was herd, after which all rc- I
i paired to the dining hall. whri-e dozen:) of j
I t:i hi- r nnd plenty of 'waiters-waited. While
'refreshments were being' served an
J or. liestra of wvral piece furnished music. I
The lu.xt and m. l Important. item of :
buslmsa to bn brought before the city ;
eouncilmen itt Tuesday night's meeting w.i '
the. condition or Omaha's apph.iH' pave
ment. Shortly before the rouncll ad
journed Councilman Ziniuiiin pr-entsl the
matter und urged the public necessity of
instructing the city engineer to main: ,
needed repairs and iy for same out of tlio
general fund, which will have a surplus
ufflolent to cover considerable pavement
reimlrs. aside from a small fund already
arranged for through Individual suhscrlp.
tlona and a trilling Imlniice in the 1 ilr
fund. A concurrent rrmilmlon was offered,
nnd wbh referred to tlm city Attorney, for
an opinion. The matter will lo brought up
next Saturday morning hi In o'clock. Indl
ratlons are. the pavements will be repaired
Another street car transfer ordinance wa
inU-oduced. Councilman Julinson -being .the
'one to hy hU wutor into the ruig with Rn
crdlnancc Identically t1ie-taine a? the onn
recently ofTcrcd ly Councilman Zinunan and
which halt been lirrttjilng jieavlly in a. deolt
In tho council chamber.- One of the' )olUl
cai sccnerlilf Iris of tlio' city lmft dm larcd
that 11 watt thought tlat If f a 'ditnocratlc
councilman would f 111 rodiic" a ?o-ca-ll'd uni
versal utrcet cur jTyncfor ' ordinance the
lucaBure. would -ivct lve more ' cordin! up
pilt. This ordinance pruvidsn for the Is
suance, of tranaiVrn at any and' every 'junc
tion )xilnt. jpuabling- pusai'iigers to leucti
ihrlr ultimutp dwislntloti on one fare, pre j
rludinK the jusliiilt or returning;, to the
tartlng point tih on! .fare Tin ordinance
was rcf erred. to.-ttic cUniniUtee of the whole.
I WOMAN STATES HER 'SIDE
; Mr. rlTl of t rroivat Heiitlea
j Hmbmii'i Plea fur a
I'milirti t Itk the Nations of the
Orient factory oa .letter
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Mis. KrtU A. tirlawold of Klniuie. 't.,
who Acas made deifindant in a milt for di- '
voice filed hero two or three weekn ax. j
hi; written . 11 letter addreas.-1 "To the
Court at tHiishn" and sent In 11 rrgixtered
letter ;n cere of I'opttmtator l"Hlniei-. The
letfei T.a sunt to the clerk of the district
cfiiirt by Mr. Palmer. In the missive Mia.
Or1s.wold nmkea mrloiia arcaritlons acainst 1
her husband and chnrires him with ahand
onion liin fi:iidly. Icjrlng lot " f debts, to
be taken cure of. " ' " I
A K"d aullioiHy In packing house cir
cles Jit s?o;itli Omaha, said yesterday that,
after the three, months' operation of the
recent legielatlvc chactmenM tor tho tneur
anr of public afety In the matter of puifl
food Muffs, the packers were confident that
jJll of tho details of the law would be car-'
j lied out. "The packers." he eakl, "are nns
J lous to comply to the full extent of th(.'ir
ability. Of couise, rf a sweeping' gcbeil
provision, there are ' points' cf frU-tlou and
In Homo coses we think unnecessary hnrd
ships are imio:rd on food products of cer
tain cla-sses. ve do not c..re to mcnthiii
theae cases In particular, but tt is- tusf
ibl that by general agreement a flight
tu bis itltlon Orlswold charted bis wife 7"V " . . men-
With kicking aod beating him and bringing j d-urjP Mo... The ca. ot lu.rn-
him Into general dlstepute by her cond-ic. "p . ","'cie ''. ous by- a
sv he left Ms fai.Hlv worth u ""of.ri.uun 01 numc. p. mc ie
property and It himlf penniless. In the
letter Jf:s. Grlswold eayf she put ".
sheriff" on his trail for a few days.' with
the result that she has some evidence if
Kardinc - his relatione, with other women
that might have, a bearing on the divorce
fa. Hhw offer ,lo bring It'i wltneaaca to
Omnha to prve what ?h'? fys. T her'; Is a j
sd strain running through the letter when 1
he renks of hr husband's le'41ng. He ,
klh.--eil her and their two boys goodbye, eiie t
qulrementj'. In the main the law is a posi
As to general market conditions the tome
authority looks . for. great development- la
the meat Industries In the oriental true--.
This trade grew to iuite' aignifka nt propor
tions during the R.usso-Jav.inese war. Htin e
that time, the trade buy diminish'. j ttglill,'
but the sales. Instead of going to the r:on
nil.-sarlnt of tlvi bclligeteul tint Ions, ar
being 'dispersed over a wide range of tenl-
lol y. If the oriental pco'Mos caii.be iniJu' Cil
fare nt ontaiflous lllsrasrs.
Health CiundssloTior . t'onnell's recoin
rnondHllon for'Hicr.Uli?Umcnt of n Iiouhc
for tho care of persons afflicted with-contagious
dlaeawe was referred to the com
mittee of the whole. It wus Dr. Council's
Idea that a house be rented, ns the city
was In need 01' such un Institution. He re
ferred to such diseases as diphtheria,
typhnld fever, etc.
.' Tenants'"" of tin'-" Bti'rRer ' block- protested
.against an electric motor In the Redlck
.block, the protestants asaertiug the vibra
tions of the motor caused the Barker bkx k
(to t-hakc and placed that building In dan
ger of' collapse. Referred to building in
apcetur. .Mayor Dahlnian rcc-omniendetl painting
."and repairing the city hall this year out of
the general fund, the comptroller having
advised that such funds would permit of
tho proposed improvements. Referred to
bufldliiifs jm.l imhllc nt-onettv commit tee.
Philip H. Reed and C. J. Emery were j
granted the right to erect a temMrary
' corrugated iron structure lit" the 'southwest
.corner of Twentieth, and farnam streets
for tho purpose- offan Ice rink." tho en
closure to be U".!a "k .Messrs. Reed and
Kmery furnished ;w sKtli-i'nctory bond -to
protect the city In thh.Vuatter. :
.Tlio bond of P. J. O'Brien, water coin-inlsioncr-eb
ct. was approed.; ' . ..
It was resolved . that-judtfeg and clerks
at the recent city election should'ehch re
ceive M as the city's share for services'
' Comptroller lobeck's comniunlcatlon re
Kuding $1U.tj(l collected In excess of
ituounts originally t usldefor the vaii
ims funds Hiid against which ' warrants
.could not be drawn until the excess should
have been collected was referred to the
committee on finance- and claims.
banv. He did go there, but took the mid. ! tu fi ""'t consumers their .Vi.'v,jD
night train for the wen. and she 1ms not I of population will he a great factor in the
i-een him since. i demand. . MeUls heretofore have breo a
In quaint language and uncertain spelling. : ,"ia11 Part 'n h ann"sl diet of the Chl
sbe continues: .(li'se. It has been, but Jittle -better in Japan.
"If Mr. Orfswe-ld Is there rent this to Hince the war the JapaJiese trade has cott-
Ihlni and see how be looks. I bet he will tinned quite thrifty. There appears to' lie
Kltow glllnerK. 1 married him bocause l i i..,,. r.u .l.iu.biii. n evtnnlv,
li .t'Arl 1 1 i a n rl 1m u a ay.-tf-wl titil t ti uj wlian
your,. We were both poor, only had our ! '"eat business In the Philippines. The reason
clothes. He said he U-fi m $"!.'. worth of j of this is the neani?s of the Australian'
property. That Is not so. product. The dlriiale of Australia Is pecu-
ln a clipping from a Vermont paper j har g,,api,l for the cheap production of
which is enclosed in the letter It suggested ; Wf- CaUl(I ,hpr(. marketP(1 fr
to SCO which In the Vnited States would
In ins to in'. In Kuronean markets the
Grlswold Is referred to as a woniHii who I a.,.i. ir..-i..o ,mi,. k..,i.. u
that some others would also like to see the
color of the KC' he left his family.' Mis.
landa. high .ainor.g her friends and . the
more potent factor. - Argentina." 'especially
e .c , , vvo.w.u. ,,,, northern ' portions, where climatic
Mrs. Uriswold. on a paper inclosed In Uto condition, are favorable, produce, enormous
letter, say their 1o-yea.r-old sot, is working Thc S(jUth Amorican (.attIe .
hard to pay off the family debts i and that nrUu.bly frM fro, tntr:tiOUs dlseSses.
the creditors are taking his weekly ' wages CorUrnnat,rns ln the fUxlf(hi nm Avf
as he earns them. She says il will txke. murh f,. lt 8mong thp stolk
htm until he I. a years old to cancel all . f Nort AmIoa. Reverting to the west
the ol.hjptt.iona his .father left. , informant remarked that
AiTUTinn io trie newspaper cupping.
Griswold was a politician of more or less
local prominence and had been discharged
from a deputyshlp of some kind shortly be-
fnr lui'tnr hnm.
" '' , the times when one line with a practical
monopoly of the entire west could not pay
expense, referring In this to the Union
TWO WOMEN CLAIM FARMER (clt1c nm iw.fM.y yeara a'-
I the seven trunk lines now In prospect to the
Pacific coast would prove still Insufficient
I before the lapse of a few decades. This,
he declared, was a remarkable contrast to
RINGS Frenzer, lath and Podge.
ew Fire Team satisfactory
Del Morse, with Doable Vromestlu j O. T. Masson OP the Tire and Police
Circle. Lands ta runli board declared last night that the new fire
I team recently purchased by the city council
ON SALE IN
B O U G H T FR O til T H . E R A I L R O A D
J A GIGANTIC STOCK OF
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On Gale in Our Great Dargain
Oascmcnt Cloak Department li
Wijitcr- Cloaks from' tho
gi'eM'iailniiiir.sUK'k, )iot tliis
reason 's euJyles'Mmt ' actually
worth up to ' each, at . A . .
LADIES' WARM WINTER CLOAKS
ISO Cloaks voin the great yiyr-chnjc-uot-
this season 's ti . ...
stvlfH, but worth-up to '$4.00,
LADIES' UP-TO-DATE CLOAKS
IjOU heavy Melton Cloaks in this scasou's
styles -worth up tt
i.O0.each. . .
in Basement, ' -'
LADIES' $6 CLOAKS AT $2.98
uO-iu. antl 48-in. in leugth, plam colors,
and novelty mixtures, with 7TCin
fancy collars and cuffs, yWU
some are halt" lined, everv kBM
one this season's garment,
worth up to JO, at
if v ' 'V, .v
in&h r-' i'4V ' : t V'
A'y,i;-hh:f',y .V.- '
1!K iSuitsNot new style's,', but good
rnaterials, -worth up ' '
io$s.oo, - ;
... . '
at:. . ........ . ,
Ladies' $10 Suits at $2.98
2.'0 iSuits, j?ood shapely skirts,
fine rotiterials, wortli
up to $10,
Ladies' $1.00 Waists at 39c
Heavy cotton "Waists, in colors (77
.and white," nice pleated and" J
fancy styles, worth up to $1.00, jj
Ladies' $1.25 Wrappers at 39c
About l-V) flozen heavy cotton f7T f
Wrappers, with trimmed yokes, "J ( j )
etc., mis, blues and jajavs, nil
worth up to $1.23, at "....iJ
PIAJIOND8 KrrnK;-. ?ith und Podge
SHRINERS HAVE, A
4 oinpltiucutao AITnlr
Patrol of Tangier
Pel 'Mure.' a . farm hand from , Srpy
county. Is in the county jail as' a result
of Investigations made by Superintendent
Klllson of the Humane society and a
criminal charge will be tiled against him
in tho South Omaha police, court. Just
what the charge will be tho county at
torney has not decided, as the case is t
a somewhat peculiar one. '
According to the evidence gathered by i
i .r. Kllisvn, .Morse, was married tie veil or ;
. eight years ago and lived with his wife j
i In Omaha several . years. Then ho aban- I
doned her With three children. He- went
BANQUET I to South Oman and. il Is alleged, went.
to living with another woman t
to the Arali j the formality of marriage rites. Two
children were horn to them and they
lived for four or. five years as man and
wife, lu the interests of the first set.ot
children the humane society took the case
up nnd Morse was located on a farm in
Sarpy county. As there was apparently
no marriage ceremony with the second
woman It Is not probable Ihe charge will
Penutv .Cuuuty Attorney Foster said
Ulu not. Know jubi nuiii
The Masonic temple .waa .tilled with red
turlwiied "Shrincrs" Tuesday evening, and
perhons familiar with the habits of this
inys'oi Ions' shit of noble good fellows cati
i'tislly gu.-s there w;is something worth
while going on. The occush n was u recup-
tlon given by the divan of Tangier teniplv, t wedneadav' he
was satisfactory In evury respect. leiiig'
perfectly sound and serviceable. It was a, ( J
mistake, he ld, to( say that the majority
of the boaid did not ngree to reconunend
its purchase. Three members of the honrd
did examine the horses In the Kxchange
I stablew and agreed to recommend their
! purcliase. The order never passed at any
i regular meeting ot tho lionird, but was
finite as much an agreement nevertheless.
The learn la now beltiff broken In at fire
hail Xo. 1.. Saturday of this week at I
p. ni. the fire and police departmenta will
engage In a giund review at Twenty-fifth
and L. 'streets. The members of the Boaid
of Fire and Police commissioners will In-
llhout I "i''-"'1 o" departments.
1 nere is nine innuon 01 me laie ot
the long needed patrol wagon for tho
South Omaha police department.
Factory on .letter Spar. '
J. 31. Jelter stated yesterday that the'
prospects were fair for the establishment
of the Wcntw.irth furniture factory on the
line of the Vnion Pacific spur. Thexcom
pany hus practically negotiated the pur
chase of two acres of property from the
Jetter Prewlng company at Thirty-second
and V streets. On thia tract the. company
NubKs of Hie Mystic Shrine, to the nieni
Vers ot tho Arab patrol. The latter are the
willing and enthusiastic members who per-' UfATTFR
llin pwi w
kind of an offenne would be filed.
i . i -
AKERISA!. women find relief
; contemplates erecting an fS.'.Oo') plant, wtlcli
will employ from VO to 2) men. The com
pany proposes that the business men of the
city ehall purchase m per cent of the Hto.k
of the new firm, and It Is upon this point
that the actusl comlng'of the factory' Is
luised. The company purchased a tract
of land In Omaha, so it 4s reported. -The
yTSia Cm of Mlaa Iren Croaby la Ons)
1 ofThoueandn of Curea tuade by Lydlt.
' K. Plnkham's Vegmtabla OorapounO.
How many women, realize that
fti not the plan of nature that women
bould gufVer so severe 1.
Three Big Questions to Be Settled
Ooualaa C'vanty l,swuik
era Tbla Week.
j South Omaha Commercial tlub Is making
The oouie of the Douglr.s cuuuty dule-j a vjioious cffoi I '.0 interest the outh
gallon to-tlie legislature in the fight fort OinahA people in the proH)sitlon. The fac-tp.ih-ojd
terminal. t.i:ition wil be brought 1 tory will make o scalty of orTtco fumi
up and discussed at a meeting of the mem- : tine aud fixtures 01 well as the usual ap-
i purtetiances of bur noms and billiard halls,
i The tracks, which are being rapidly pushed.
will be completed in abojt two weeks.
i toil sltollea from tin Hoar.
! A recent casp would Indicate tint the
aeaaoii of tlic hallway thief has itriived In
1 South Omaha. The case in question was
1 brought to light yesterday, though ihe
j entrance was Saturday at early duk. ".
; 11. Johnson, after returning from the
' funeral of bis wife. Mrs. Railie Johnson,
bers-elee of. tlie legislature to lie held
probably this week or early next week. It
i is proUible that a bill covering the subject
I will be dnwn up and submitted for the
consideiation of the member.
The members-elect, of the bouse will iiiet
j piobxbly Satm-day and til:.- up t ti q.ies
' tion of er.dotsing a member of tl.e delega
! tion for speaker of the bous and also de
j tide the course ot the Pout Is county ni-.-tn-
425 Skirts, all new styled, good ma
terials and colors, woilh
. up td:$2.50,':-'. xi
300 Ladies' Skirts, good
styles, all colors, good
materials, "worth up
to' $3, at
JSO fine skirts, good new styles,
side clusters andf box pleats,
black mixtures, grays, etc., wortli
up to $5.00, at : ,
These grand bargains, ln Brandels
Children's heavy winter jackets, in red.
blue, green and brown. ff7 Osr
Children's heavy long winter coats with
' belts, tnunned collars and large ' ' g
capes, all colors, new styles, lvU
wonn u to Jjyj.ou, at I
Wool and heavy cotton, made in checks,
plaids, stripes, plain antl rnixed materials.
Kussian and sailor' blouses and 7
Buster Brown styles, wortli up
to $1.50 and $2.00, at '. . :
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x Millinery Dept.
From. M me. E. Rcboux, 592 5th Ave., ti. Y.
Ladies' $25 Hats at $5 Evening hats, theatre hats,
dress hats, "etc. ostrich leather .' trimmed Jilso $ p
trimmings of aigrettes, breasts, ornaments, etc.
- -every one this season's styles, worth up to $26
M $ nd5(50 for ladies' $7.80, and $S, trimmed hats ail .winter styles in silk $-f
m I G,y- velvet hats black and all colors smartly trimmed at I
m tr F" rf ff ft n ft n rf
Iarge v 31 iety liit quality Jewell y. Cop
j ley. Jeweler, 'J15 8. IStb. Oct his price.
DUMMY IS ROBBED OF COAT
la Assaalted by Straaaer
Tliea DfprliH of Hla
W inter M raw-
j Chllle.1 to the marrow by the breeze in
! evidence 'l uef iay morning. Marry r rjt, a
Atis3 Irene Croslry
MpSjim mm wii inaaata
' Thousands of American wtmien.how
'paver, have found relief from all monthly
.aofferiEgr by taJvintf L ydia K. i"in"ulinrn'a
."Vegetable Compound, as it U the inewt
thorough female reg-ulator known to
medical aoience. It curea the couJitlin
which caufcea so much discomfort und
gobs these periods of their terrors.
' Miss Irene Crosby, of 313 Charlto
Htreet, Laat barauoah, Ua., writes:
"Lv'liaF. 1'iiiVbaiu heUl.le l'oruind
Is a true friend U 10111an. lt lias been of
ipat Isniotlt to Die, iiiriiur me of trregulor
mikI painful twriotls wlian everything el;, lmd
, failed, and I gladly recomingud it to olhar
Women who are troubled with pata
ul or hregulur periods, b.wkac.be,
t.loatiDg: (or Catulence), displacement
"wf orfaaa, inflaiumatiou or ulceration,
that "beariuif-dowa" fe!iujr. dixS
ncaa. faintness. Jndipestion. nerroua
riroatratlon or the bhiea, khould teka
mmediata action to ward off the e:-i-.us
cxiusAqueuc-es, and he restored to
perfect health and fctrenp:th by taking
Lydi li. Ilukhaui s .VeK'eUible t'oiu
pound, and then writo to Mm I'inU.
Jiaitt, L.rnn, Miw., for further free ad
vice., she i ilauphter-ia-law of Lydia
U lntikhaut and for twenty-tie year
haa been adriainf wronieu frve of
harg Thoubaoua hava bea ctutej
niece of Mrs. Pan lbinnun, UunsT.hls over
coat Jin the bull of Dan llsnnon's residence
and remained during the cvenlnpr dinner
hour. On leaving he discovered that aome
ocie had entiled the hallway and secured
the tout. .Mr. Huiiiioii b h large bull dog.
'which usually ke, ps guard, but it failed
' tut raise an alarm, though It Is most of the
i time indoors. The family is of the opinion
! that the intruder must have been familiar
i stranger in Omaha, nuaultod and rohbed e premises and Knew where the dog
I nil tnofTen.ive cjothii.a; slote flumrr.v of an ' '' l ,n- ,::,,c "r ,lis yMl' No olhcr
' over..t Tuesday ?lteruoon. b'U the pro- ; utticles were mlss;.I.
1 nrietor of the stoic. Mr. Cornhh-th, Ml'. Mal tity .o..li
I Iouiclii street, nulled to the ifv-iip uf I, is : H. M. and Paul i'..!
"ilvumy" and toolt Krye to the st&iion.
I eli iii li street, lea v
'rye was ftnert . "t i e,'..s,a in ..Ii.. court . ,,, , farming. Kurl Kirae and I his
mother will remain here through the in
; ter. Tli-t fan.ily ba been in South Omaha
. for the vmst ten ye.us.
We drove a. team through Uie column which
was attending tbe funoial of little Arthur
STr!eMoiith Omaha -friends of Mis. Thtrza
Nelson stiito comiuandi-r 01 the Miicculiee:,
in Kentu.:ky. expivsses much regret al the
annoiiueenient of her recent u.Hlli. Mit
was quite well known here.
The death uf Mrs. Mm y Canady.
M:.ilnu. ocelli led .Vovember J. Slie wus
$1 veals of nee, being one ul' thc oldest J
crdore l women ' of the - city. The nunm
will be Thtiisduy. Novemtw r Jit, ai in a m.
The interment will 1 al Koiesl Liiwn ceui
ctery. I iropsy cuseil her deulli.
Tlic funeral of William J. Mcl-'ui hind
will Iw conducted al -' v. in. by Hev. H. K.
Curry of Omaha. M- Kiirluml was uio
young tin-mau who killed lust Satur
day night at ' KiloiUriek's grading amu
Ihiuiigh the overtulTiing of a locomotive.
The burial will be at forest I.awn ceme
tery. The Ladley- auxiliary b the Youm; Men's
Cluisliau asswiation will give a bun.iuet
tu the new members at thc association
I rooms. There will I nbOut folly ie-w
I rnenihers. The "reils." ubboiigli liir con-
-l :-.orth Twenty- test has not clns-il. will have the tusk of
this evening lur washing the oisnes in ine niuert umcss
thev will en- they husile a little balder. The baii'iucl
will b- liel.l lii-i'cmixT 5.
I Wednesday morning and given a rvoo. le,
j tu: for hia !ieaiile.s nrTen- l i i-piiins
the "dniiiniy" t.f a t) erlii- dml ij the
; I ha wbrrlala'a Uih lteniea itla
'. MotiieiiHS that aid nature nre lwas most
j aticceesful. Ch.tuibcrl iln's Cough Ilemedy
' sets c-n this plar,. It allays tbe cough, aids
i exj-.ts turatlon. relieves the lung, opens (he
I sec retions, thereby aiding nature m throw.
I b-g olf a cfld t.nd lestortrig the system to a
lh :-bhy condition. It Is fanv us for its
'cuie of colila und cioup and can atwsys
' be depended uin.
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Marriage I Irrntri,
Tl.e following n.trriage licenses lie beu
Name arid Residence.
Ilolsrt r. Kr.-ght. fmaha
i Dolly M. Field, Oniah
j Vk-tor Johnwin. Or.iaha
I H: au.r K- tfwunson. Omaha
V ran-li J. Ciallunan, (uuil.
i'hiloir.er.a DU'liuei, Omaha
Imls W.-loh. P-ith Omala. ,.
1 Julia llanuley. ' ImiuiIi Ui.ialw ...... .
jj.iK-laia "obil. Oi.uiha
' frames. a Hicwl. On, aba
Oeorg.' Knapp, nn.uha
lieululi H. West. t'l.iMlia
Alexander '. Merita. 8o nh ,naba
Mary Cunningham. &L,ulii uiu.dia
'MA M(.fSl nj - Ktl,...in, Mb i;:J.,Tfau.ay.
The cundltlni of A. C. Howe has uiiioli
Improved within tlie last twnty-loui hours.
His bpee.ly re,:ov-r' is almost assured. .
Jetter'a Gold Top I'.eer deSvei-wt to all
pans 0 the city. Tciepbune No. t.
The iwo Ho 1 un Omaha chapters of, tlie
Degiee of Hoi. or will unitrt this evening
In their annal ball al the Workmen Umpie.
The Irienris of Misa Anna itobnrtson save
her a pleasant surpiise last evening. About
twenty of llieiu joined in au ewuirii; of
frolic,. " ,
Th eighth gia.J. of ll.e'junpi iai.ii school
ha the onlv p.-ifecl i-e.'e-,l ttckid,ili
nd punctuality Tor the rnuntn i lui ad
reiir,: ie .?.
Tl.e funeral of Ikniy V,. Martin has ts-cn
pusipoiiad from today until Tiiui.tay u.t
it) a. r... to await the aiu.al of a l-'.si)
of the deceased.
Mips l.ynda ti- Lsnglieiiie wus calling on
l.er S011II1 Omaha friends yaetei-day. fhc
is coi.ifortaUly situated at the Butiiauy lc--I
pi'al at pre.ent.
L. i'. 1. ai Kin nueo sj auu co.-.a ror
inierrur'lng a funeral Monday afternoon.
HENS' UNION OUT ON STRIKE
t-Btt l.ajrrr." WalLlua Delegate lie.
t-larea Joarneyuiea ta.t StOH
Work for a While.
NebrasUa hens have brerf c.-Jletl out 011 a
strike by the walking d.-ltgate of the Kgs
Layers' union. All the Irje, summer ar.d
fall they have be. 11 working .very leisurely
ami now all tho staunch union liens icfuse
to do aQything at H 11. Omaha people will
ha, to na;- cenls a dozer, for llu-ii-Tn
inksgi' im? eggs this season tli;it Is. If
tlicy want t-(g that even purport to be
freeh..' t'ggs aie about 5 cuuta higher than
they wi re ju't before Th it:Vsgi jug Iji
year and coiisidei . bly Lig'n r tbari the av
erage of the Thanksgiving- reason for a
nu.iibir of yi.-ur. !. j dealeis expitLt
Dco niber to 1..- a heavy gg-prudui ing
Tbe bckt meaicmea in tue trond cannot
tike the place of tbe family phytician.
Consult him early when taken ill. If
tbe trouble is with your throat, bronchial
tubes, er lungs, ask bim about taking
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Do he says.
W. ppr.t. I VT. rt!lpb Cl AjwrC .
r.tfir.ulfylifrpr,',i.o,. tw.'il ln.
Illinois Central Rail road
Account International Live Stock Exposition
Tickets on Sale December 1. 2, 3, 4 and 5
Return Limit. December 10th
Two Fast Trains Daily
Leave Omaha 6:00 P. M. - "
Leave Omaha 8:00 A. M.
Trains Stop at Halatead Street.
Arrive Chicago 7:30 A. M.
Arrive Chicago 9:30 P. M.
Car Line Direct to Steck Yards
TICKETS AND INFORMATION AT CITV TICKET OFFICE
1402 FARNAM STREET. OMAHA
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