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TTTE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, ATOIL 2. 1907.
Pure, Healthful, Refreshing
" The Queen of Table Waters"
RUEF ASKS RELEASE OS BAIL
Complaint Ears Hij Coafiaemeit bj Elisor
it Without A inherit.
XT0RTI0N CHARGE TRIAL BEGINS TODAY
fyreral Will Be Occupied
' 7 Srrnrlnsr Jarr-Halsey vrltl Be
Droasht Hark from
BAN' FltANCISCO, April 1. On the eva
of hla trial on the charge of extorting
IIS. 009 from French reataurant keepers of
thla city, which la to be begun tomorrow
morning before Judge Dunne In the su
perior court, Abraham Ruef today nuked
the duprant coi:rt of California to free
Mm from the cuntody of Elisor Piggy and
order him Into the charge of the sheriff,
whom Judge Dunne disqualified on the
ground of personal Interest. '
Ruef, by hla attorneys, Messrs. Short
rldge. Ach, Falrall and Murphy, filed In
the higher court an application for a writ
of habeas corpus so extensive In allega
tions, arguments and citations of authori
ties thnt It occupies twenty-one typewrit
ten pngis and embraces sixty-two subdi
visions. Points In Itaef'a Complaint.
Ruef sets up that hla Imprisonment, de
tention and curtailment of liberty by Elisor
Elggy. In the house No. 2849 Fillmore street,
are Illegal; that hla caae was In court for
four months prior to March 4, and that
on that dare, being Indisposed, he concluded
to visit the Trocadero, a suburban resort
and there recuperate, believing on the ad
vice of hla counsel that his presence In
court was not required owing to an appeal
taken by him to the supreme court of the
United States by means of a writ of error
granted by Superior Judge Hebbard; that
he was there arrested without legal right;
that he haa applied to Judge Dunne for
Admittance to ball and has been refused;
that he la 42 years of age, has lived In
San Francisco all his llfo, haa been engaged
In the practice of law for twenty years
and has large business Interests at stake;
that he is constantly and minutely watched
Grandfather's Cure for
S REAT medicine, the Sawbuck.
ft 5 Two hours a day sawing wood
V "7 will keep anyone's Bowels
No peed of pills. Cathartics, Castor Oil,
nor "Physic," If you'll only work the Saw
... . "
i" Exercise la Nature's Cure for Constipa
tion and, aTen-llile walk will do, If you
haven't got a wood pile.
But, If you will take your Exercise In an
Easy Chair, there's only one way to do that,
because, there's only one kind of Artificial
Exercise for the' Bowels and Its name is
Cascarets are the only means to exercise
the Bowel Muscles without work.
They don't Purge, Crlpe, nor "upset
your Stomach," because they don't act like
They don't flush out your Bowels and
Intestines with a costly waste of Digestive
Juice, as Salts, Castor Oil, Calomel, Jalap,
or Aperient Waters always do.
No Cascarets strengthen and stimulate
the Bowel Muscles, that line the Food
passages and that tighten up when food
touches them, thus driving the food to Its
A Cascaret acts on your Bowel Muscles
as If you had Just sawed a cord of wood, or
walked ten miles.
Cascarets move the Food Naturally,
digesting It without waste of tomorrow's
The thin, flat, Ten-Cent Box Is made
to fit your Vest pocket, or "My Lady's"
Purse. Druggists 10 Cents a Box.
Carry It constantly with you and take a
Cascaret whenever you suspect you need
Be very careful to get the genuine
made only by the Sterling Remedy Com
pany, and never sold in bulk. Every tab
let stamped "CCC ' 738
What is Stylo?
WHERE does style originate? Who
Style Is elusive and indefinable; but it
Is no less a reality. , The roan who wants
to be well dressed Is subject to its laws,
Just as much as it be could tell exactly
what they are.
Better drop In at NlcoH'a today and
bare a chat with one of our salesmen.
Trousers 55 to 512 Suits $20 to $50
tviLUAM atenncua cores,
. 209-11 So. 13U Kl.
YOU CAN RENT
AMY MAKE FOR
Exchinr-3 Typewriter Co.
1S22 FARNAM STS.
rttotM Dwtig. 8074. Omaha, Neb.
by eight private guards and the court elisor,
all of them bearing Are arma, all of them
employed by Rudolph Bpreckels, Francle J.
Heney and William J. Burne, and all of
them paid out of a private fund of tioo.ooo
raised- and guaranteed by Bpreckels; that
his Indictment by the grand Jury waa in
litigated and caused by Spreckels, Heney
and Burns; that Bpreckels, Heney and
Dunne are his enemies; that so strict Is
the esplonsge maintained over him by his
guards that It Is Impossible for him to have
privacy, even In conversation with his at
torneys, except by whispering softly; that
he haa complained to Judge Dunne, through
hla counsel, and been refused more liberty;
that "persons who are to be witnesses In
his defense are not permitted to visit and
converse with htm In the preparation of his
defense; that he Is compelled to sleep In
In a bed chamber occupied by guards and
wherein lights are kept burning all might;
that he Is practically In a state of solitary
confinement, not even his attorneys being
allowed to visit him except at the discretion
of the elisor. He asks to be discharged
from the custody of the elisor on reasonable
ball and then ordered Into the custody of
the sheriff and then pending the hearing
of this petition an orer of the court be
made directing the elisor to permit any one
person at a time to visit and talk to him
within reasonable hours and to permit any
person to visit him upon written order of
his attorneys, and to permit him to consult
freely and openly with his attorneys outside
of the hearing of Elisor Blggy and his
The supreme court took no action upon
the application today, mot even Issuing an
Dr. Haynes Is Excused.
Edwin T. Earl, owner of the Loa Angeles
Evening Express, and Dr. John R. Haynes,
president of the civil service commission of
Los Angeles and of the direct legislation
league of California, were among those
who presented themselvea today tor Inter
rogation by the grand Jury. Doth had been
subpoenaed without the knowledge of As
sistant District Attorney Heney, according
to a statement by the prosecution, and Dr.
Haynes had subsequently been excused by
wire, but the telegram did not reach htm.
Mr. Earl and Dr. Haynes came early in
the day to the office of Mr. Heney and
had a private Interview with him. At Its
conclusion Dr. Haynes was excused from attendance-
on the grand Jury and Mr. Earl
waa requested to remain to testify, inas
much as he was a director of the Western
Trust company, the Los Angeles corpora
tion which was organized for the purpose
of underwriting the bonds of the Home Tel
ephone company of San Francisco.
Other witnesses examined by the grand
Jury today was Hartley Pearl, an attorney
associated with George Hatton, general
counsel for the Home Telephone company
of Oakland; Miss Lucille Cochran, sten
ographer to George Hatton; Btuart Oay
rvcea, a local newspaper man and Mr.
Btlce, assistant general manager of the
Pacific States Telephone company.
Ruef Trial Henri na Today.
The trial of Ruef on the extortion charges
Is, unless the program be abruptly changed
at the last moment, to begin In Judge
Dunne's department of the superior court at
10 o'clock tomorrow morning. It Is es
timated by council that ten days or even
two weeks will be taken up In getting a Jury.
Attorneys Shortridge, Ach, FalraJl and
Murphy will appear for Ruef, Ach being
authority for the statement made tonight
that no additional counsel will beengaged.
The talesmen will be . examined by Ach.
Of these there are nineteen remaining from
the 150 drawn by Judge Dunne' order, the
other 1.U having been disqualified or ex
cused. Judge Dunne can draw additional
panels from the hundreds of uncalled names
on the regular Jury list, or he can order
the elisor to bring In a special venire from
the county at large. District Attorney
Langdon and Special Prosecutor Hiram L.
Johnson, it Is understood, will appear for
the people. Assistant District Attorney
Heney remaining with the grand Jury,
whose sessions are not to be suspended dur
ing the progress of trials resulting from
Indictments returned. The defense Is en
titled to ten peremptory challenges, the
prosecution to five. Either side can chal
lenge talesmen for cause without limita
tion, the allowance or denial of the chal
lenge resting with the court.
Halsey Will Be Brought Back.
Special Agent Burns, for the prosecution,
announced today the receipt of a cablegram
stating that Theodtare V. Halsey, Indicted
on ten counts for bribing supervisors In be
half of the Pad no States Telephone conv
pany, will start for San Francisco from
Manila April- on the steamship China, in
charge of Captain Trowbrtd-ge. chief of the
secret service of the Phllllptnes. He is due
to arrive early in May.
The trial of Supervisor Nichols, Janitor
Duffy and Nathan Adler. the latter pro
prietor of a French restaurant, charged
with conspiracy and petty extortion, have
been continued by Judge Dunne, for two
weeks. They follow the Ruef and Schmlts
cases on the calendar.
Mr. Heney started a sensation among the
newspaper men after today's grand Jury
session, by remarking that he had In his
possesion "one of the notebooks of Halsey's
former stenographer and a typewritten
transcript of Its contents."
He would not discuss the matter or give
any Information as to their Importance to
DIAMONDS Frenser. rut. and Dodge
POINT FOR UNION ""PACIFIC
Federal Coart Upholds Part ( Df
marrer la Coal Caae la
SALT LAKE CITY. April 1. The Union
Pacific. Railroad company, the Union Pa
cific Coal company, the Oregon Short Line,
Everett Buckingham, general superinten
dent of the Bhort Line, and J. M. Moors,
manager of the Union Pacific Coal com
pany, wen a partial victory today In the
federal court In a decision handed down
on the coal cases by Judge J. A. Marshall.
The corporations and persons named wars
Indicted last December by federal grand
jury, upon complaint of D. J. Sharp, a
local coal dealer, who declared that when
he cut the price of coal the defendants
refused to sell or ship coal to him. The
Indictment brought against the roads and
Buckingham and Moore charge conspiracy
and violation of the Interstate Commerce
act. Judge Marshall overruled the demur
rer of defendants to that part of the In
dictment charging conspiracy, but upheld
that part of the demurrer bearing on vio
lation of the Interstate Commerce act, de
claring that section $ of this act waa vague
and Insufficient In that It did not specifically
define the crime. The government's attor
neys la the case will carry tha matter to
the higher court
TREASURER BRIAN'S REPORT
Expenditures for V amh Eioe3 Rera'pta h
BALANCES HELD BY BANKS OF STATE
Over Reveai sad a Half Mlllloa Dollars
f Persnaaeat School Faad
tavested la Boads Bad
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, April 1. - (Special.) - State
Treasurer Brian filed his report today with
the state auditor showing the receipts and
disbursements of his office for the month
of March. March 1 be had on hand In all
funds. I4M.499.11; he received during the
month a total of $510,844.10 and he has paid
ont a total of $577,492.41, leaving a balance
In all funds of $419,800.80. Of this amount
there la cash on hand $2,610.63 and the
remainder is on deposit.
In the permanent achool fund there Is at
this time a total of $15,232 uninvested and
of the permanent university fund there Is
$32,369 not Invested. The state school funds
amounting to $7,624,601. 8 are Invested as
follows: bonds, $6,163,846.24; general fund
warrants, $1,41S,740.S6; university fund war
rants, $46,014.49. Following Is the report In
detail together with the bank statement
showing where the state money la de
posited: Balances Balances
Funds. Mar. 1. 1907. Mar. 30. 1907,
General $ 16,394.71 $ 2,067.7$
Permanent school 86,496.39 16.232.24
Temporary school 230,4H8.01 293,028.14
Permanent unlversltv.. 23.234.34 82.969.08
A'gr. college endow .... S6,2iil.02 19.714.82
Temporary university., 15.0M.S") 7,180.67
Penitentiary 181.79 181.79
Redemption 11.601.76 2.20
Kearney Nor. library.. 1.812.44 1,812.44
Orthopedic hospital 4 44 87.94
Conscienoe 26.00 25.00
Forest reserve 790.37 7S0.37
Hospital for Insane 647.05 606.84
State library 460.66 47S.11
University cash 88.744.76 29.16?. 60
Peru Nor. library 3.28.21 S.28.21
Normal endowment 8.807.46 8,807.45
Normal interest..., 1,23.23 1,283.23
Ajtr. and Mechanlo arts 11.6W.01 7.&W.01
U. S. Exp. station 6.362.68 866.63
Cssh on hand....
Cash on deposit .
L. O. BRIAN.
Bank balance ending March 31. 1907:
Alliance National $ 6,000.00
Citlsens' State. Arapahoe (.000.00
Cltisens' State, Alnsworth 8.000.00
Battle Creek Valley 4.000.00
Bank of Basils Mills 1.600.00
Citlsens' State, Blair 6,000.00
Custer National, Broken Bow 6,000.0)
Security State. Broken Bow 2.000.00
Bloomlngton Ktate t.500.00
State Bank of Curtis 3,000.00
First National, Chadron 6,000.00
First National, Crete 5. COO. 00
First National, Fremont., 7.5 0 01
Elgin State' 8,000.00
Dannebrog State 3,000.00
Farmers and Merchants Na
tional, Fremont 6.000.00
First National, Fullerton 2.rn0.00
Commercial State, Grand Island... 4,000.00
Greeley State 4,000.00
Bank of Glenvllle 1.500.00
Union State. Harvard 4.000.00
Harvard State 2.600.00
First National, Hastings 6.000. 00
German National, Hastings 7,600.00
Farmers' and Mechanics', Have
First National, Hoidrege 4,000.00
State Bank of Janscn 8.000.00
Central National, Kearney 4.190. 6S
First National, Loomls 3.000.00
Lexington bank 2,000. 00
Columbia National, Lincoln 8.662.93
City National. Lincoln 8.410.21
Farmers' and Merchants', Lincoln. 16.000. 00
First National, Lincoln 24.120.38
Nit'l Bank of Commerce, Lincoln. 24,919.79
Ixup City State 4,000.00
Security bank, Meadow Grove...... 1,600.00
Newport State 2,600.00
Norfolk National . t.OXhfO
Ord State : t.000.00
Antelope County bank. Oakdale... 8.000.00
First National. Ord 6,000.00
Merchants' National, Omaha R.OOt.OO
Omaha National 8.206.10
U. S. National. Omaha.! 22.387.11
First National, Omaha 83.913.37
Nebraska National. Omaha 26,000.00
J. L. Brandela & Sons, Omaha 8,476.90
Pierce State 4.000.00
Bank of Petersburg J.OfO.OO
Rising City bank 8,000. 00
First State bank. St. Paul 4,000.00
First National Scott's Bluff 2.WV).00
Bank of Syracuse 8,600.00
First National, Superior 6.03.62
Packers' National, South Omaha.. 6,000.00
Union Stock Yards National. South
First National, Valentine 2,000.00
Valentine State 7,600.00
Saunders Co. National, Wahoo 5,000.00
First National, Wayne 4.000.00
Farmers' and Traders', Wakefield. 2.600. 00
First National, Wlsner 7,600.00
Wlsner State 8.500.00
West Point National 7,000.00
First National, Wolbach 1.600.00
my JNHiionai, York 6,000.01
First National, York 12,600.00
ine insurance department has collected
from insurance companies during the last
quarter In fees and taxes $90,788.04 and It
has not been a good quarter for Insurance
companies In Nebraska either.
KENNIBOtt TRIAL ft EARS ITS EMI)
State Haa Oaly Oae More Witness
te Pat Oa.
GERING. Neb.. April l.-(Speclal Tele
grab.) The state will rest Its case In the
trial of Ernest Kennlson tonight, having
examined thirty-two witnesses. Mrs. Cox,
the wife of the deceased, waa placed upon
the stand this afternoon to testify to the
clothes worn by her husband at the time
of the killing and it was an affecting scene.
She restrained herself from breaking down
with great difficulty.
One witness who was examined testified
to the Jocularity with which Kennlson re
ceived the Information that Cox waa dead
a few moments after he had left him lyln
on the sidewalk, saying In response to a
statement that he was dead:
"It's a good thing; It was self-de
fense Just as the went over the
Numerous witnesses testified to threaten
WHEN DIXXKIt. COMES
Oae Ought to Have a Good Appetite.
A good appetite Is the best sauce. It
goes a long way toward helping la the
digestive process, and that is absolutely
essential to health and strength.
Many person have found that Grape-
Nuts food Is not only nourlslng. but Is
great appetiser. Even children like the
taste of It and grow strong and rosy from
It Is especially the food to make
weak stomach strong and create an appe
ute tor dinner.
I am 67 yeara old." writes a Tenn;
grandmother, "and have had a weak stom
ach from childhood. By great care as to
my diet I enjoyed a reasonable degiee of
health, but never found anything to equal
Grape-Nuta as a standby.
"When I have no appetite for break
fast and Just eat to keep up my strength
I take 4 teaspoonfuls of Grape-Nuts with
good rich milk, and when dinner comes
am hungry. When I go without any break
fast I never feel like eating dinner. Grape.
Nuts for breakfast seems to make
healthy appetite for dinner.
"My little 18-months-old grandson hsd
been very sick with stomach trouble dur
ing the past summer, and finally we put
blra on Grape-Nuts. Now he is growing
fat and well. When asked If ha wanta his
nurse or Grape-Nuts, he brightens up and
points to the cupboard. He waa no trou
ble to wean at all thanks to Grape-Nuta,"
Name given by Postum Company, Battle
Creek, Mich. Read tha little book, "The
Road wo WellvUle," in page. "There's a
Ing remarks which Kennlson made regard
ing Cox during the period when the pro
position for a saloon license was under con
The state hmm inmt nn rrre wltriM? "
examine. The defense has given no Indica
tion of any other defense thsn that Ken
nlson was Intoxicated and that Cox was
probably seeklg to turn the gun In Ken
nlson'a band against the tatter.
Dose nt Relladeaaa by Mistake.
HUMBOLDT, Neb.. April 1. (Special.)
Miss Sarah Rlechers hsd a narrow escape
from death by poisoning while sewing at
the home of Mrs. J. E. Buell. In mlstako
for a medicine which she was taking she
got hold of a bottle containing tincture
of belladonna, and swallowed a spoonful of
the mixture. Only prompt and efficient
medical attention prevented the dose from
proving fatal. The victim Is but slowly
Killed la lime Klin.
NORTH LOUP. Neb., April l.-(Speclal
Telegram.) E. H. Vanhorn of this place
was Instantly killed today by the caving
In of a lime kiln In which he was working.
He was repairing the grates In the kiln
when It collapsed, burying him under about
fifteen feet of stone. His neck was broken
by a large stone which struck him on the
back of the head. A rescuing party waa
more than two hours In getting the body.
He leaves a wife and nine children.
Hews of 5ebraaVa.
PLATTPMOUTH Seven persons united
with the First Presbyterian church Sunday.
COLUMBUS The schools have closed for
the spring vacation, which will last until
LF.IOH The weather has been very fa
vorable for farming during the last week
and many of the farmers In this vicinity
have begun seeding.
HUMBOLDT Walter Billings, a lineman
employed by the electrio light company,
slipped and fell from the top of a pole
bruising himself badly.
COLUMBUS Some of the draymen are on
a strike In this city. Coal men have been
paying 26 cents for hauling coal and the
draymen ask for 60 cents a ton. It Is pre
sumed the strike will be amicably settled.
GENHVA A temperance rally was held
In the Methodist Kpiscopal church Sunday
night. Ministers of the different churches
and others addressed the people. The ques
tion of license or no license will be settled
PIvATTSMOUTH Homer Was-er. eared 74
years, passed away in the Nebraska Ma
sonic home In this city Saturday night.
He came from Albion about two weeks
ago. The funeral services will be In the
NIOBRARA Word was received from
Bt. Louis by the family of Adam Foerester
that his son-in-law, Louis I. Bruns, was
found drowned In a beer vat In one of the
breweries there. It Is supposed that he had
been thrown In by a striker.
HUMBOLDT Mrs. Charles E. Ntms a
well known pioneer resident, has been taken
to a hospital In Lincoln for treatment of a
severe case of blood poisoning, which has
been affecting her eyes for some time. It
seems almost certain she will lose the
sight of one If not both eyes.
SHBLTON Thomas Darnell, state's at
torney for the Nebraska Anti-Saloon
league, lectured here Sunday. A large audi
ence gathered at the Presbyterian church
In the afternoon to hear the discourse, on
"Christian Citizenship." There was also a
tcood crowd at the Methodist Episcopal
church in the evening, when the subject
was "The Liquor Traffic from a Business
NEBRASKA FROM DAY TO DAY
Qaalat aad Corloas Featarea of Life
la a Rapidly Growing
The Btuart Bachelor haa won. Miss Rosa
Hudspeth haa moved her Ledge, to At
kinson. Easter number of Nebraska newspapers
show that state merchants appreciate the
value of advertising.
The battle Is on between the "wets" and
drys" and a number of traveling salesmen
will find their routes altered before the
day la over.
That resident of Western who la making
maple syrup may have started an Industry
which will change the views of a number
of Nebratkans on the subject of tariff
Visiting In Gage County Miss Emma An
derson took the northbound train Tuesday
evening, returning Friday morning. She
undoubtedly went to see "him." Barneston
Correspondent Beatrice Times.
Omaha Indians declare they are fully
competent to make leases of land without
the Intervention of agenta and are perhaps
Justified In the assertion could "reservation
whisky" be enjoined from Intervening at
the critical stage of the contract.
Dame Rumor Near Beemer Miss Minnie
Will, who has been stopping for some
time at the Frank Llerman house, returned
home Sunday. It Is rumored that she U
getting ready for a certain event. "Ger
many" Correspondent Beemer Times.
Happy GusGus Brown is having a very
commodious house erected Just west of
his father's place and the supposition Is
that Gus Is getting ready to bring on a
young woman from the east to share his
Joya (Gus never has any sorrows). Chap
pell Register. . i
Nebraska Lumber In Demand The way
our lumber manufactory is turning out
building material Is a caution to the na
tives. You don't have to send your money
out of the county now when you want a few
dollars' worth to build a chicken coop or
pig pen. Taylor Clarion.
Dire Threat at Crofton It Is reported to
us that parties known to us, but whose
names we will rot mention this time, spent
the greater part of Wednesday night In
the public school room. The male half of
the quartet evidently spent a portlpn of tha
time emptying beer bottles, chewing to
bacco and expectorating on the surrounding
scenery. The appearance of the school
room bears out this statement. . This Is a
serious offense against the peace and dig'
lilty of our community and if It happens
again there Is a fellow called "Rob" who
will attend to writing up the guilty par
ties. Crofton Journal.
CHICAGO WOMAN FOUND DEAD
Pollee Look for Her Hnsbaad, Said to
Have ftmarreled with,
CHICAGO. April 1 Mrs. Barth Graff of
44fi West Harrison street was found dead
In her bed today with a deep gash over
her right temple. The floor and the bed
clothing were covered with blood. The
police are looking for the woman's hus
band, Charles Graff, whom they believe
killed her with an axe which was found In
- According to the police, Graff returned
home last night Under the Influence of
liquor and. It Is said, quarreled with hla
wife. The murder was discovered by aa
Late In the day the husband of the dead
woman was arrested. He made no effort
to deny that he had killed bis wife.
Entire dispersal of standard bred horses
owned by W. Chamberlla. Clark. Neb.,
constat Ing of high class road and carriage
horses, young stallions, brood marea, race
horses, winners at the Nebraska State fair.
Bale win be held at Clarke Tuesday, April
1, ISO. Write for catalogue, giving com
plete description. W. CUAMBERUN.
iT on d
Doctors all agree that there is no other tonic and appetixor known to science equal to that of
DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY, which has stood the severe tests for more than fifty years
and is still the greatest household remedy in the world.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wing, of Chittenden, Vt., who have just celebrated their golden wedding,
say they have used DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY as their only medicine, and they owe their
health and vigor to this great renewer of youth. . . , .
x l X
MR. W. B. WING.
If you wish to keep strong and vigorous and have on your cheeks the glow
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directions, and take no other medicine. It is dangerous to fill yourself with
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strengthens the heart action and purifies the entire system. It is the only
whiskey that Is recognized as a medicine. This is a guarantee. Duffy's Pure
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years and has always been found absolutely pure and to contain great medi
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Pure Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. It's the only absolutely pure
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WORK OF IDE CLCB WOMEN
Benefit for Y. W. 0. A. Buildine Firnish-
inc fund Proposed.
OPEN DAY AT OMAHA WOMAN'S CLUB
Afternoon Devoted to Discussion of
Work Accomplished During the
Year aod of Legislation
The Omaha Woman's crub will give a
benefit performance for the furnlBhing of
the new Teung Woman's Christian associa
tion building. This was definitely decided
upon at Monday afternoon's meeting and
a committee will be appointed by the club
president to arrange the details. At vari
ous times departments of the club have
gotten up performances as open day pro
grams that have attracted attendance that
haa taxed the capacity of the club rooms.
It la the plan to repeat at least two jf the
most clever of these and combine with
them some new features and give the affair
some time next fall for the benefit of the
The program of the afternoon furnished
by the social science department was one
of the most profitable as well as Interest
lnw of the year. The legislation accom
plished this winter growing out of the
efforts of the department afforded the sub
ject of the afternoon, Mrs. E. G. MeGllton
presiding In place of the leader, Mrs.
Draper Smith, who was unable to be pres
ent. Views of Speakers.
Mrs. George Tllden spoke first of the de
cedent or equal inheritance bill, the fate
of which Is still undecided, though It has
passed the senate. Henry W. Pennock
spoke of the child labor bill, which became
a law and effective last Saturday, when It
waa signed by the governor. Mr. Pennock,
who drafted the bill, as he did also the
Juvenile court law, explained the provi
sions of the new law and told the women
how they might help to enforce It by re
porting cases of violation to the proper
authorities. He also spoke briefly of the
compulsory education law. Judge A. I
Button talked of the Juvenile court nnd its
work aa he has known It during his ex
perience as Juvenile Judge. A report of
the year's work of the social science de
partment was made by Its secretary, Mrs.
White, and was a creditable showing. The
Interest In the subjects was manifested by
the closest attention, the women remaining
over the usual time for adjournment.
The annual election of officers and dele
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HAt Druggists and Grocera H
Druggists and Grocej
a Did AppeGoseF
The portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Wing
ehow them to be strong, Jiealthy and
active people. Mr. Wing Is 71 years
old and Mrs. Wing 66.
In writing to us Mr. Wing states
that he and Mrs. Wing had derived so
much benefit from the use of DUFFY'S
PURE MALT WHISKEY that It af
fords them great pleasure to have the
opportunity to tell others that DUF
FY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY Is a
godsend to suffering humanity.
"You may' fill this out to please
yourselves. I have used your Malt
Whiskey and find it an appetizer with
good effect. I am 71 years old and
know that it has done me good. En
closed plenne find photographs in pa
per taken for our golden wedding last
"You can refer to us any one you
see fit; It will be all right." W. B.
WING, Chittenden, Vt., August IB,
Co.. Rochester. N. Y.
gates to the state convention will take
place at the next meeting of the club. In
Fifth District Meeting-.
The clubs of the Fifth district of the
Nebraska Federation will hold their first
district meeting Friday and Saturday of
I this week at Hoidrege and extensive prep
aration Is being made for the gathering.
While the clubs of the Fifth district are
among the most enthusiastic and progress
ive the district organisation has not held
an annual meeting before and this week's
gathering Is the more anticipated In conse
quence. Mrs. Delia Hartsough of Mlriden,
district vice president, has been assisted in
the arrangement of the program by sev
eral of the able women of the district,
among them Mrs. M. T. McCurty of Wood
River, Miss Jennie Hall of Hoidrege, Mrs.
Harriet Wlnmer of Mlnden and Mrs. Lu
cella Dow El wood, also Mrs. H. D. Keefe
of Walthlll, president of the Stste Federa.
tlon. The Hoidrege club Is one of the
strong clubs of the state and will be hostess
of the meeting. '
Mrs. Keller May Come Back.
There is a possibility that Omaha may
have another opportunity of hearing Mrs.
Florence Kelley of New Tork, secretary of
the National Consumers' league. Mrs. Kel-
I toy comes wesi jay 10 10 auena me oien
I nlal of the Iowa Federation of Women's
j Clubs and can give Omaha a day tmme
i dlately before or after that time. Mrs.
1 Kelley will be remembered for her visit to
Omaha last October, when she spoke sev
ieral times on luuustrlal questions, going
j then to Kearney, where she was one of the
' principal speakers before the State Fed
The annual report of the Nebraska
Woman Suffrage association has been
SCHOOL BOARD LOCKS DOORS
Exeentlve Session Held "Just to Talk
Things Over, the Members
' The Board of Education last evening fol
lowed the regular session wltu an execu
tive session, the former being short and
routine, while the latter was secret and
voluble. It waa rumored about town that
the executive meeting waa concerning mat
ters In the high school, one being a com
plaint from William Hesketh against any
reference to "liquors" In the advertise
ments of the "High School Register." The
after session was called at the instance of
Member D. H. Christie. Members, one and
all, however, after the meeting declared
that no action was taken at the session,
which Dr. Christie called to talk over mat
ters of "particular Importance." News also
came from the front that things happening
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tvuuuig me nair.
Made from the whitest;
purest and best vegetable
oils oils that you can eab
irs twice the size and
less than one-half the cost
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MRS. W. B. WING.
In the high school not quite to the Hktnf)
of Dr. Christie were aired with considerable
A request from N. K. Van Husen, repre
senting Grant post, Grand Army of the
Republic, In the matter of Memorial day
observance, was granted setting aside
Wednesday, May 20, as the day on which
this holiday would be observed In the publlo
schools of Omaha. Speakers will be se
lected by the Grand Army of the Republlo
for the various schools as In previous yeara
The high school committee reported that
June I to 8 had been selected as the week
for the high school cadet encampment.
The report was adopted. The place for
the encampment has not yet been selected.
The encampment will be held one week be
fore the close of school.
Member Lindsay's resolution that Janitors
be granted ten days' pay when sick, was
Applications from various persons for po
sitions as census enumerators were referred
to a committee.
Soldier Sentenced for Killing.
CHICAGO, April 1. Sergeant John .A.
Grlffln of Troop I. Ninth cavalry, who on
Inst Christmas day shot and killed Cor
poral Taylor of tho same troop at Fort
Sheridan, near this city, was today sen
tenced In the federal court to nine, years
and seven months In the military prison
at Fort Leavenworth.
John M. Ewen
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