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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TTESIUY. FKBKl.WRY 19. 1007.
I. W. C. A. NEAR TEE FINISH
Woman Lurk TwTitT-f ix Emdrsd rollan
to Complete En ld n FaaL
Cunneli In th" nnl rase. w!ll still lie cc
curt''d on the B.iwtt di-'T'-n rnw nn
Fobniary Ji. thoticl It t believed tiiMt
trial will he rnrnr'e'ed b"f'r then.
h One of the Important Duties of Physicians and
WIFE BEATIXG DAY IN CCUrU
CAHPAIG1 CLOSES TUES3AY MCRMINS
DURING the Boer War, the '
British Army found that
no food was so sustaining
as eating chocolate. It is the highest concentrated
form of tissue-building, blood-making and muscl
Rally Will 11 Held at that Time la
Paxtaa llwk, W era rail
Report Will Be
This (kartr Moaday
Charged with heme drunk and abusing
his wife, from wNim he hns been separated
fir some time. Ilnwifl V;tnr ins ar
rested Saturday night by Sn-nr-nnt Hays
and Officer McCarthy. Mr. Walker re
sides at .T02.1 Fratt street and It Is charg-d
that her husband went to her home Situr-
. Ha f niorhr 1rifki In the hAt'k itniir and
have attained the -. neceseary for Its , drore .. nPr cniIIrn lnto th gtrt
new building. A gain of E.rS has been Wnn th omTP arrlVed Mr,. Walker snd
made by the soliciting teams since S,it- j h(i, cnll(Irn wr(, Btanin, !n ,nP muiiV,a
unlay no.m. raising the fund of the pr-se-it j of an(J ,..,,,.,,. nel0. M s.
campaign to X12.3MKX. The teams ar hold- WalItp, w1, ,,prPar ,., tMtlf aKBt -Uri
u.g uc. no.n.n. a nM ueen report.,. , mi)bRr.,, , p,,,,,. court.
Walker was fined ITi and runts after his
On!y t2.VX) still to be raised snd the
Young Women's Christian association will
is eating chocolate doubly perfected. It is not only
made of the finest growths of cocoa beans, but is
combined with pure, thick nutritious cream of the
milk in such a delightful manner that it is by all odds
the most luxurious, delightful sweet-meat that ever
touched the torigrie. Packaged in five and ten-cent sizes
and sold everywhere. Made in accordance
with the National Pure Food laws. '
RUNKEL BROTHERS, late.. Mfn.
43 to 451 Watt SOth Strwot. Now TorK
and everything In hand waa reported Min
Uuy noon. The ramrain will clnse at 9
o'olork Tuesday evenlnc with a rally t
the amnRiatlnn rmnia, In the Paxton block,
when a f j 11 report will be made. Nearly
was collected for the fund at the First
Methodist church Sunday evening- anil still
more has been pleUited.
One little man of i years walked Into
head'i'iarters Monday morning and depos
ited the content of hia little savings bank.
and the pupils of on of the rooms at Ban
croft school contributed to the fund the
money tho children had intended for vul
entlnes. That the women are all working
is indicated by the close standing of thre-
of tile teams. The lavender team mude
the largest gain Monday. The team stand
ing Monday noon waa:
Blue Captain. Mrs. iJeorge Tlldun;
lieutenant. Mrs. J. M. Amen; heu-
tenuut, Mrs. colwaiu Jotinttun I 4,2)8.07
Ri-d laptuin. Mrs. Emma F.
Byerf, Ueutenant, Mrs. V. P.
LiMiniia. lieutenant. Mrs. H. 1!".
PlnK aptaiu. Mrs. J. H. Durnunt;
lieutenant, Mrs. A. W. Bowman;
lieutenant. M.aa Mary li. bum-
Lavender Captain. Mrs. V. .
Hartord; lieutenant. Mrs. P. M.
i:un-.r' huiirMnant Vars. J. P.
baii.iy '. '. 2.17.24
Yellow Captain. Mrs. Clement
Chase: lieutenant, Mrs. 1. .V.
Carpenter; lieutenant, Mrs. J. P.
Addltlunul donors, t2 and over:
W. P. Harford H0.t
H Walrath W"
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Noe I'D
Mrs. I. W. Caruenter
wtfn hnd testified naalnnt him in polli-e
court Monday morning and wis warned
that heavier penalty would be !nflk't"d
If he aimin sought to annoy his wife, who
Is suing for a divorce on the grounds of
For hitUnir his wife on the hand with a
board and driving a larae nail In the end
of the board through her hand, dam lje-".
colored, was -entenced to ninety Jays in
the county Jail in police court Monday
morning. Gess escaped to Chicago after
he had slashed his wife with a rasor lti t
two mo n til .4 ago. ami returned Saturday
morning, when his wife requested that i
warrant oe sworn out fiir his arrest. Tho
acting city prooecutur refused to tile a
complaint against Gess. who went to his
wife's home and attacked her with the
board. A complaint waa also (lied Monday
morning against Gees on the charge of
cutting his Vife with mtnt to wound, but
It was continued for trial until tde de
fendant has served the sentence of ninety
davs in jail.
W. R. Bridges, an enlisted man In the
United States signal corps at Fort Omaha,
waa the third man to face Judge Crawford
In police court Monday morning on the
charge of wife beating, and wa. sentenced
to sixty days In Jail: Mr. Bridges Is an
Inmate of a disorderly house and testified
that Bridges had severely assaulted hr
Saturday night because she refused him
UD LIFTER FACES UNCLE SAM
SMmer & Chase.
CARMEN GO TO MINISTERS
Fresidect of TTnioa Apjoata in Vain to
fraachen for Endorsem sat.
Nebraska Cluthmg Company 1"U
rl. l. V-iarae
and Mrs. Geore Muorhead.
, Colored Rralilent of Ram Cat Alley
superintendent, not to enforce such a rule. ; M
Contrary to the published reports of the BursestMJram.cn Company
i Jeaiiie D Brown
laat meeting of Central Labor Union In ; H w y'ates.
which this matter was taken up. I am here, Mrs. G. W. M-geuth ,
to say as a representative of the street Mrs.. A. C. Busk.
- - . . , r .i .1.... . , ' I . ill it
carmen anu v.enirai L.iiojr . iinni iriiti nit-
is to learn 3 to the relative standin(j and rrliabilitr of the l?adinjr m.innfactur
er3 of medicinal ajfnts, aa the most eminent physicians are the most careful &i to
t'.i!? u-'ifcrm quality and perfect purity of remedies prescribed by them, and it i well
known to physicians and the Well-informed (renerally that the California Fi' Syrup
Co.. by reason of its correct methods and perfxt equipment and the ethical character cf
its prnd irt has attained to the high standing in scientirk and cornnarrcial circles which
is accorded to successful and reliaMi houses only, and. therefore, that the name cf the
Company haa beceme a guarantee of the excellence of its remedy.
TRUTII AND QUALITY
appeal f the Well-informed in every walk of life and are essential to permanent suc-r-a
on.i rrmiii f yUim standinir, therefore we wish to call the attention of all who would
enjoy cpod health, with its blessings, to the fact that it involves the question of right
living with ail the term implies. With proper knowledge of what is best each hour
of recreation, of enjoyment, of contemplation and of effort may lie made to contribute
to that end and the use of medicines dispensed with generally to (Treat advantage, but
a3 i:i many instances a simple, wholesome remedy may be invaluable if taken at the
proper time, the California Fijf Syrup Co. feels that it is alike important to present
truth f ally the subject and to supply the one perfect laxative remedy which has won
the appoval of physicians and the world-wide acceptance of the Well-Informed because
of the excellence of the combination, known to all. and the original method of manufac
ture, which i3 known to the California Fi? Syrup Co. only.
This valuable remedy has been lonjj and favorably known under the name of
Svrup of Fiars anil ha3 attained to world-wide acceptance as the most excellent of
family laxatives, and a3 it3 pure laxative principles, obtained from Senna, are well
known to physicians and the Well-informed of the world to be the best cf natural
laxatives, we have adopted the more elaborate name of Syrup of Fig3 and Elixir of
Senna a3 more fully descriptive of the remedy, but doubtless it will always be
called for by the shorter name of Syrup of Figs and to get its beneficial effects always
note, when purchasing,, the full name of the Company California Fiur Syrup Co.
plainly printed on the front of every package, whether you simply call for Syrup of
Fisis or by the full name Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna as Syrup of Figs and
Elixir of Senna is the one laxative remedy manufactured by the California Fig Syrup
Co. and the same heretofore known by the name Syrup of Figs which has given
satisfaction to millions. The genuine is for sale by all leading druggists throughout
the United States in original packages cf one size only, the regular price of which
ia fifty cents per bottle.
Every bottle is sold under the general guarantee of the Company, filed with the
Secretary of Agriculture, at Washington, D. C, that the remedy is not adulterated or
misbranded within the meaning of the Food and Drugs Act, June 30th, 1906.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
H. H. Baidndae
trout n- r mur, ura nrtlttntf til un t,i Anv i V - r t.in,, i f-imri l.ainn Cnm nun V .
. ,,u ! u p unnmn ...... wun tne couecior 01 miemai revenue,
tent to arbitrate our differences with the; v " . nam an ? ...
STATF1 Ken;? U;TH TUT rnMPAVV I tret r- n,.mnnv I r.sr n. i a r uner
HT. J. W. Coaler Thinks Ministerial
llliia Will Uu Wall to Look
at Both Sidea Before
Caapr F. MlcUeiaen, president of the
Omu.ua Street Car biiipioyea union, wad
liresent at thu meeting ot the Omaha Min
isterial anion Monuay morning and asked
the minlati rs for their moral support in
the ibsul thai now prevail between lb"
Utt car employes and the street ear
ttompuny. The milliliters declined to act on
the matter. Mr. Mlchelfcen waa present aj
a member of the C ntral Labor Union and
spoke at considerable length. He spoke of
tne friendly lelutlons that always existed
between the ministers' union and Central I
Labor Union and the close relations that
exiuied between the ministry and the la
boring niuu. lie suid:
"You have heard, doubtless, of th threat
ened strike on the street car system, but
I am htre to say that the stret car men
do not want u strike. The strwt car com
pany refuses to treat with us aa an or
ganization, but will tr''at with us aa indi
viduals. I can say the street car company
has as a rule treuted the men well. Be
fure we w ru organized, some two years
rusfrrrlsg Wltk Wattle.
I p.atnt'r a. r uiier
, Mrs. M. J. kennard
I V". C. dunderland
I tir A IV Rllev
"W" will have another conference with j Vary B.- Rlale
Mr. Wattles today. But what the result'. J. Greene
will be I cannot say. However. It looks ' J,!' atersor.
as if we will either have to dpip our or- ; ("ji-a," E. Johnson. ....
ganiaation. and I do not think we ought Mrs. Clara M. Nelson..
to, or will have to submit to the two-thirds' Mr'- R- H,"we
! Margaret Boulter
vote-of our organization as to whether wejarl l. T. Sunderland.
will strike or not."
The report of Mr. Michelsen was listened j MINISTERS
to with the closest interest and Pastor
Munson of the Swedish Methodist church
moved that the report of Mr. Michelsen be
approved and that resolutions of sympathy
Rev. J. W. Conley nf the First Baptist
church waa of the opinion there waa pos
sibly another side to this question and that
Connlnlui for EvaaajelUtia Work
Proposed ky Rev. J. W. Coalcy
f rtrat Baptist.
Rov. J. W. Conley, chairman of the per
manent commission for evangelistic work
while he did not question Mr. Michelsen' s ot tnfc Omaha Ministerial union, .uonun
presentment of the case, he believed the " report of the special committee ap-
mlnlsterial union should proceed in this ! Pointed for this purpose Monday, which IB
Ifetd for Federal Grand
Charles Curtis, colored, was bound over
iu me inti-im si anu jui v jiunuiiy im:i uiiiif ;
5 by United States Commissioner Andersnn :
on the charge of selling whisk'-y without j
first making the necessary arrnngements ,
.Curtis operated his thirst a-sunging parlors
. , at his residence In the precincts of Ram
25 i Cat alley and confined his labors to Sunday
! when the average drought was at Its height
and Chief Donahue's mlnlnns kept tab en
25 the regular establishments from whence
intoxicating beverages are legitimately dis-
pensed on week days, but not on Sundays.
Mr. Curtis' customers were largely felluw
citizens of hia own color, and the whiskey
waa furnished them in bottles after a social
game of aeven up or ernps. Two witness-
acknowledged that they had bought several
bottles of whisky from Curtis a week ago
Sunday and also yesterday. Curtis did not
deny the impeachment, and In default of
IG0I1 bail he will remain as a guest of Sheriff
McDonald In the Douglas county j:l until
tha United States district court shall pass
upon his qualifications for a term in the
San Francisco, Cal.
U S. A.
New York, N. Y.
matter with discretion and that the associa
tion should not go an record In this matter
Just at this time.
CARPENTER INSTANTLY DEAD
Jamea WrElliaott laataofly Killed
Brarsth Heavy Devrlek I'aod
ago, we were receiving but 30 cents an I -in
hour. We asked for cents an hour and '"-" -j . .
It was eventually siven to us on the basis
of a graduated scale.
'Hraalt of Orifaalsatloa.
"This waa a result of our organization,
though the stre-1 runway peoplu Insist the
advance was voluntary on their part. That
la not material, however, as we are aa nu
lled in the fart tnat we g')t the raise.
While no union men were discharged be-
Monday beneath a heavy derrick used In
the construction of the new addition to the
warehouse of the Expressmen's Delivery
company near Twenty-second and Izard
streets. McElligott was working on the
ucond story of the new. addition aa a car
penter directly beneath the .huge arm of
the derrick used In hauling heavy timbers
from the ground. A large tixti Joiat waa
being raised and when It was swung above
' , ' , , ' ' v ,, McEKigotfa bead the pin holding the large
way company exacted a pledge from all ! , h . llr , fc . ,
. , , HI ill ilia uriiii. ."H" ' i-" r. i n JUT ni.1 1.1. -
who applied for work that they would nut . , . , , .
. I ture and the heavy piece of lumber falling
on the man. Hia head and body were badly
Join the union. V e hold that such a
pledge was coercion. The new men would
naturally have to go to work at 20 cents
per hour, and about the only assurance
they hud of a rnts? waa after they hjd
been in the service of tne company ten
"X committee of our union met with Mr.
Wattles, vice president of the street car
company. We spoke cf this rule reuulring
applicants for work to pledge themselves I
crushed by the heavy timbers and hia death
waa practically instantaneous.
McElligott waa unmarried and boarded at
Thirtieth and Oak streets. He was about
1", years of ae and la not known to have
any relatlvea in Omaha. Coroner Brailey
took charge of the body and will hold an
inquest Tuesday at lb a. m.
That there be formed of ministers and
laymen a permanent evangelistic commis
sion. That such commusaion shall meet once In
six months for consultation and prayer,
and as much oftener as the executive com
mittee shall recommend.
That the duty of this commission shall be.
through its executive committee, to keep
in touch with the pulse of the city as to
opportune times and methoda for evangel
istic movements in Omaha
That the Ministerial union shall hold an
advlBory relation to the evangelistic com
nilnslon. and shall be urgeri tu make sug
gestions to it for the f art.herance of the
Copies ot this report were presented to
all of the ministers of Omaha affiliating
with the Ministerial union and the matter
will come up for further consideration at
the next meeting.
The meeting of the union was largely at
tended, several of the visiting Presbyterian
ministers being present and Introduced to
What is the Inspired Word of God?"
was the subject of a paper by Rev. Frank
S. Loveland of the First Methodist Episco
not to affiliate with the union. He
said he did not know such a
rule existed and that it should be
abrogated and be called Mr. Nash, the
. Most-Valuable Agc-tt.
The glycerine employed In Dr. Plereni
aWicinc greatly enhances tho medicinal
pmpert.tu) which it extracts from, natfve
medicinal roots and hold in solution
much bettor than alcohol would. It also
possesses, medicinal properties ot Its own,
being valuable dcmulci nt, nutritive,
anti-'ptic a:.d antifi rment It adds
greatly to the efficacy of the Black Cherry-bar-t,
Blootimot, Golopn Seal ruot, tstona
root and Queen" root, contained la
Golden Medical Discovery " la aubduinaj
chronic, or l;ni;erinir coughs, bronchial,
throat and lnmr a.-f H'tior.a, tor all of which,
these agents am r 'commended by stand
aru meilical authorities,
la all cai where them Is a wasting
way of flesh, Uj of appetite, with weak
UitnTi, as In the early stages of coo
lamf.iBn, there can be no doubt that g!y
cennoiau as a valuaL,ni nutritive anj
id the u olden Seal roof, fauina rout,
t,uec rott and Clack Cherrybarlt ia
tranAng ingestion and building up Ui
flesh aiMtreath, controlling the eounii
and briniiig about a healthy condition
of the iim avstum. Cf course, it mu
WILL MAUPIN ON THE SCENE
Advaae Siaa for Editor of State
1'omea to I'afarl tho Press
Will Maupin of Lincoln, who haa charge
of the arrangements for the meeting if
I the Nebraska Editorial association, which
i assembles In Omaha Tuesday, is in
city auperintenulng decorations of the ex- J tr the development of music In Omaha
eeutive headquarters of the association at ' The flrt program will be given early in
the Murray hotel and the convention head- i March, the deriils of the program will be
quarters at Edward Creigtit.m Institute. announced In a few days.
Mr. Maupin is also Incidentally hypnotizing
PECK TO BE ITS PRESIDENT
Directors of Hay Festival Aasoclatloa
Choose Head for the Body
a ad Lay Plaaa.
CHARGE OF STEALING LEAD
Two Mea Are Arrested and Three
More Are Pvreaed hy the
A complaint was filed In police court
Monday morning against Harry Dunb-lson,
Alexander Beck. Elmer Decker. Jnmes
Laird and George Jensen, all of whom re
side in the northern part of the cltv, on
the charge of breaking and entering an
Illinois Central freight car In the yards
last Friday night and stealing 100 pounds
of lead bullion. Danh lson and Beck were
arrested Saturday morning by Detectives
Mitchell and Sullivan and warrants have
be-n Issued for the remaining trio. The
case was continued until Tuesday morning '
to await the arrest of Decker. Laird and j
Jensen. The defendants are members of a
gang that has been causing the oflccn ,
conaideruble trouble In the last few months I
by petty thieving from the freight cars.
Beck waa arrested about six weeks ago
for stealing several sacks of flour from a
car. but waa discharged when he agreed to
turn state's evidence against the man to
whom he hud sold the miur and who wns j
arrested on the charge of concealing stolen
S. F. BAYLiSS IS BOUND CVER
'Held oa Charge of Passist
Worthless Cheek. oa
After waiving a preliminary examination
E. P. Peck was elected president of the
Omaha May Festival association at the
meeting of directors held at Mr. Borglum's
studio Monday morning. The directors m oos court Monday morning on tU.
present wero Mesdamea Peck. Crofoot. . cnarge of obtaining money under f :iise :
Turner. Misa Paulson and Misa Sorenaon, pretenses, 8. F. Buylias. a guest of the '
Messrs. 8chmoller. Penniman. Cuacaden, I Arcade hotel, was bound over for trial In !
Ellis. Rabbi Cohn and Borglum. j the district court under bond of r. It j
The wtllingness of Mr. Peck to champion , wj charg"d that the defendant passed a
the cause of music means much for the ' worthless draft of J47 on the proprietor of
the success of this movement and a great deal the Midland hotel and also one for J3 on
the Commercial National bank at Council
Bluffs. Baylies was arrested laat Fridiy
night and asserts that the matter Is ail a
mistake and that he will be cleared of ihe
charge when arraigned In the superior
Mayor Dahlman and the chief of police Into j COAL TRUST CASE IN MARCH
i. us omvuuun witti uie meeting la going
to be the greatest ever pulled oft in Ne
Bo heat trap. Poker tiaaae.
Lumbermen logging- in a camp a doeen
miles west of Eiackville, N. B., received
a ah.uk a few niguts ago when a bobcat
eat Caat la that of Sooderlaad, Set
for Foortk of teat
The Eastern v,a the The overland .
Lcavea Union Station OnlCSgOa Leaves Omaha, 8:33
Omaha, 5:45 p. m. and p. m.; Council Bluffs,
Council Bluffs, 6:10 P- m:
Av-rr-a TTnin-n ir f 9 Union Station, Galea-
sia5 Milwaukee 35--
All three trains carry
d standard sleepers, din
ing cars, chair cars and
The Chicago coache3-
SPECIAL lQa-..l Throu-h train service to
I 3UI Union Passenger Sta-
Leaves Omaha, 7:53 tion, Chicago, from all
a. m.; Council Bluffs, points on the main line
8:20 a. m. Arrives Hinr of the Union Pacifis
Chicago, 3:30 p. m. ktQllVJBy Eailrccd.
F. A. NASH, 1524 Farnam St.,
Cnrai WaUrn Agent OMAHA
PERMIT FUR NEW GAS PLANT
nl cure y.nsumiiuon except In its earlier
?cied to work miracles. V. will
t Rraarkaklt Rresrd.
Mr. H. D. Neely, the Omaha genera!
agent of the Euultalile Life Assurance so
ciety. 'Is celebrating a rather unique anni
versary today. Twenty years ago he wrote j
The trial of the next "Coal trust" case, three policies, one for C.wil. one for JZ'TdO j
that of the state against Sunderland, will 1 "d one for C.OK for three Omaha busineaa
leaped through a closed wlndiw and , begin Mondty. March 1 in the district men. Mr. Neely has collected premiums on
alighted in the middle of a group Intent ! t.0urt. before Judge Troup, according to the , these three policies annually for twenty
upon a game of draw poker. The light ' plans mude Monday. The trial waa to I years, and today all three of the parue
through the glass attracted the animal, i atart Februarv 26. but owlna- to he illness are alive and all the policies have been
were seated I of W. J. Conned, attorney for Sunderland.
in win- ' the continuums waa taken. It is mImh iwm.
Kiaht Granted to Qaa Company to Erxt
t eater Strset Cutioo.
CIABAUGH SAYS WILL DO FOR DECADE
a 'I 1
Uu:ui well ecu a. TT Is in urn lingenna;
hang-on coughs, or those of lonj atamjing.
even Qti accompanied by bn-eUing irom
lung.-, tu.it it ho pcrtunned iu must
Prof. Unley Ellintrwood. M. D..of Een
Di U Med. C'oiirge, Chicagii, says of gly
cerine: ' In ayvpepela it serves an excellent trarpoaa.
Holdiug a tiad uoanuty of Hie perox.Ue uf
b.vilroKen lu solution. 14 is one of Uie boa
Bianufa-tuiMi prKiui-ijiif tile present tioieui
lis 4i'tMjii eoou rufoeoied. dl:merd iiium
arii!. on'isily if mere is UKvratlon or ca
tarrhal guintis u-aiarrhl aiihaiiiDisiain uf
:.iu lu. it la a nt eth leua preuaratuio.
til''-erir.e e'.ll relieve many i'kwut pynsis
(heart ourru aad .n.esive gastric (siuaiacW
"u.iiden MedlcaJ DbwoverT1 enrv-bes and
purine rhe biMl curing ouuu piuipies
ru:iTioiis. arnjCUJOOs aw.'liiiis slid oid sureo
.jetid to Dr. & T. Ptenre, of Butfaio. X. T
a frve liuxklet ta'lllug ail arajul Uie oanva
iua'o't:a . r is t-oirix,..a tm a
a -l ants Xiasnt Is uu an isiiJ Ua Ma
The men, five In number,
about a round table engrossed
ning a Juckit containing the unprecedented j sible that Mr. Stout, associated with Mr.
weauu or si cents. A chopper known by
his companions aa "Seedy Bill." held three
tens and just raised Sandy Small, who
held i hive nines, J cents, the limit. The
other three had drupped out and were
watching tne game when the glass crashed
and In came the eat. Just as Sandy was
thoughtfully fingering a stnail pile of seed
beans which represented 1 cent eaciu
It is ntdlesa to explain that the- ad
vent of the bobcat caused intense excite
ment. He struck the exact center of the I
table, emitted a blood curdling yell,
doubled and tried to Jump out again. But
tn his flight ef exit hia body came in con
tact with the head of "Seedy Bill." who
had leaped to his feet, and the feline
boind-3 agia-nst the smoldering back log
I In the fireplace. Hinged hair and scorched J
secretary of Cssastasy Saye with This
IsaBrovesaeat Xo Farther Is.
lsraemiest Will Bo Seeded
for Tea Tears.
WHEAT FLAKE CELERY
recent scientific excen-
ments, Dr. Price, the famous
food expert, has recently pro-
I pnai added to hia dusomrtture. and around r, . 1
the room he went like a tabby avistd with 1 rOOU, WniCfl 13 QlgfUy nUtTlUOCS,
t , . I CZST f digestion, nd a most
The mea grahbaHl chairs, axes. Move- i y a c
wood used in the meeahouae range, and ! CCIICIOUS every dlV food for ill
ether Implements and gut after ue feline. J classes.
which was far mure terrified than they i
were eurprteed. and after the contents of 1Q Cetltl a BAfi-rJ ere?
For sal by l! Qrcr
kept up. Drafts have been handeii by Mr.
Neely to the holders of the policies. It ls
doubtful If the annals of life insurance
record a similar coincidence.
Co.. LiiTTEii iP'jJCIALISTa
the rvra had been pretty well wr"cnd a
biww oa Uie bead nut tuui out of lliw.'ia J
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS j
W V. VanPetten. J. Post of Stratron. O. j
H. Werta of Cremhfon and B. T. High of i
Flornnfleld are at the Millard. i
T K. Hansen of Tilden. Rosa H'ldspetli I
of ituart. T. E. Johnson of Chapped and I
P J. Lanttd tn of tjretna are st the Murr.iy. '
T. S. Inglis of Lincoln. E. S lllow of K in- '
sua City, ijeorge B. Potter of rthelhy and ;
J. B. Ryan of Wisner arv si tile Ilensha !
W. R, Starr of McCook. J. E. Davison of
Austin, J J. Ki-nr.ey of Kaniail. (". J I
teard of St. Paul. Oeors-e B. dlmpnina of i
Lincoln. P. W. Murphy of Auisworth and;
F. .. Kuuiwf of FiiKer are at the M :aetiant.
J. I. c.rtdley of Shetidan. W. t'. Higan I
ef Aberileeu. xr. and M's. W C Prad'iury
of teuver. Phii H Kohl of Wayne. W . B.
i-voi nt-' of Vlrsinia ."Tty Mont.: t. H. A i- i
thony of Central Clrv. M..huey of Dsoson !
ana j. uuawick ot tuokcn tinw are at tne
H. T. Oarke. K. J McVaon. W 3.
Wright. H. K. BurKeV and John Steel are
delegates from tne ornaiia t'oiiinierc:al
clui to the State Aasoi-tuuon of CommereiHl
Clubs, wtucti meets in a-vumi seseioa sc
IJncoln Thurtay ind Fridny. Messrs
Clark. M Vj.in and i.nld will attend and
the others have aiul learned J wuelher
I Utsjt utl go
The Omaha Gas company Monday morn
lng re-eived from Building Inspector With
rell a permit for the erection of a stt ei
grus holder at tho northeast comer of Twen
tieth ami Center streets, where the gas plant
Is now li cated. The issuance of this per
mit, on the authority cf a mandate received
Saturday from the supreme court, ends the
long tifcht to prevent the gas company from
adding to the south side plant. Building
Inspector Withnell went over to the efflce
of the clerk of the district court, read the
mandate and was quite convinced that
there was no other a:ternatlVe for him
but to grunt the permit on request.
The permit gives the gas company the
right to build the tank at a coat of fST.a.
The permit was taken out by Attorney
ijeorge E. Prttrqett. for the Omaha Gas
company, and the builders are referred to
u "I'nited Gus Improvement company.''
a Philadelphia concern, whuh operates
numerous gas plants throughout the coun
try .The new holder will be thlrty-eix feet
high and U3 feet In diameter. The capacity
will be over L'.i cubic feet.
Tea Tears 1'llhoot faaasa.
Secretary G. W. Clabsugh of the Omaha
Gas ccmpany, referring to the new holder,
"With thia new holder is operation wa
figure our plant will be nf sufficient ca
pacity to run ten years without enlarge
ment. At present, when the large load la
on. we have only about three and a half
hours' surplus gas on hund, which means,
should something happen to the plant, we
would have only that murh time to run an
the reserve. The new holder will give us
twenty-four hours' surplus on hand, which
will be quite a consideration to ourselves
and the community. Work will begin on
the new holder jut as soon as we can get
at It. which will be soon. The material
was ordered a year ago. Excavation will
be started this week."
Peraalt Re. seated Year Ige.
The permit granted Monday morning was
requested by the gas company nearly a
year ago, but the building inspector re
fused the same, on the grounds that the
gas company had not compiled with a then
existing ordinance, which provided that all
property owners within l.( feet of the
site for the proposed holder should Mgn a
petition. The matter was fought ouC In
the district court and then taken to the
supreme court, in which latter place the
ordinance mentioned waa declared Invalid.
The supreme court held the city could
regulate the locution of tanks, but not tn
the manner prescribed In the signature
ordinance. Efforts to get another ordi
nance through the council before the man
date waa received were not successful.
The supreme court mandate was not re
ceived until forty days after the ease was
decided and an opinion banded down. Soon
after considering tho opinion City Attorney
Burnam said he would not ask for a re
hearing, as he thought the decision very
sound and fair. Mr, Burnam thought the
city had done all It could do in the premises.
Owaed kr I'. 9. fioverasaeat.
The Hot Springs of Arkansas, the na
tion's cure and pleasuca resort. Fine win
ter climate; Se hotels at all prices. Write
Bureau of Information for book.
GASCLINE EXPLOSION FATAL
Boras 4aaialaed by f harlee Kaaaaaer
at Laarh Wagsa Takes
Chariee Kammer, who waa severely
burned by an explosion of gasoline last
Tuesday evening In a lunrh wagon at Six
teen t:i and California streets, died about i
p. m. Sunduy at St. Joseph s hospital from
the effects of the injuries received. When
Kammer was taken to the police station in
the ambulance his flesh bad been so a,
varely burned that it fell rtT at the touch,
hut be Improved eons'.derably at St. Jo
seph's hospital and his recovery waa
thought probable. He rtn.ded at 1118 Fred
erick street and la survival by a brother.
The funeral will be held at a. m. Tues
day from Bt- Patrick's Catholic church
and interment will be at f h Holy Sepul
'yaw Dangeroug cougns. txtrea.p!nioui w-djhs.
M f e-s.a. ugaaciu rasp ana tear tne turool anci lungs.
J-tj2DtZt LI LtZ Couu that thakaUi whole body. Tou need
f f repiUr medicine, a doctor- medicine, for
1 m -w f -, uc a a courts. Ask yoar doctor about Ayzs
Vsew" VJll W (O t-nerry Pectorai for rnese severe casea.
We save so i I Wa sabitah s a. Aver"
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