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TTTR OMAHA DATLY REE: TITESTWY, APftTL 2, 1P07.
SUIT TO RECOVER GOLD CUP
IffmphmTroUine Awoiton Demandi B
ton of Trophy Won by E. E. Pmtthen.
CHARGE THAT 10U DILLON WAS DOPED
Trainer Eaaplayesl hr Defendant
aid Ha Partly Heajattate
Deal tm Hare Mara
NEW YORK, April l.-In an effort to
recover from Elmer E. Smathera tha cold
eup won by hla horse. Major Delmsr. In
a race With tha trotting mare, Lou Dillon,
at Memphis October 18, 1904, tha Memphis
Trotting sssoclatton aa plaintiff began to
day to lay before Justice Qreenbaum and
jury In tha auprema court ail of tha
facta connected with tha alleged drugging
Of tha mara aa the result of a conspiracy
planned by Mr. Smathere. The board of
review of tha National Trotting association
In December awarded the cup to Mr.
Smathera. Tha Memphis association claims
tha board of review acted Irregularly.
George W. Bpear, employed by Mr.
Smathera for more than five years as a
trainer, took the stand at the opening of
today's trial and stated that at Lexington,
Just prior to the Memphis meeting, Mr.
Smathera had asked him to arrange with
the trainer of Lou Dillon to have the mare
beaten. He declared he received word
v from the trainer's brother that It would
ost no.OOO. Ho reported this to Mr.,
nmaTjiers, wno oeciarea me price was pre
posterous and said he would not give but
$5,000. That was as far aa Bpear went with
Millard Sanders, trainer of Lou Dillon,
testified aa to the Intimate history of the
wonderful race mare, detailing her per
formances, outlining her dally routine of
life, even to tha quantity and character of
her food, and gave the record of her
trials from the tlma he took her as a
4-year-oJd In 1902 and began training what
ha termed a "wonderful racing machine."
Whan adjournment was taken Sanders
had carried his narrative of tha life of
Lou Dillon down to a few days before
tha famous raca of 1904, which. It la al
leged tha mare lost because of drugs ad
ministered to her.
IHstorr of tha Cap.
The gold cup was offered by the Mem
phis association to be contested for by
amateur drivers In wagons. The cup was
to become tha property of tha owner or
club capturing It two years In succession.
Mr. Smathera, representing tha New York
Driving club, won tha race In 1902 wtth
Lord Derby. In 1901 Major Delmar, driven
by Mr. Smathera, and Lou Dillon, driven
by Mr. Billings, tha latter representing the
Memphis Driving club, met for the first
tune. Lou Dillon won In two straight
heats, never being fully extended, her
trainer declared today, reeling oft both
mil heata in the same time, t.04.
Lou Dillon, It was testified, never was
better In her Ufa than just previous to
the raca of October 18. Sha had worked out
nloely before the first heat and when the
two horses were aent away together they
went to tha half mile post in almost
record tlma. Then Lou Dillon suddenly
stopped almost to a walk, allowing Major
Delmar to go on and win In 2:07, while
she finished tha mils In no better than 2:18.
Tha mara waa found to be unfit to con
tinue and waa reported by a veterinary
aurgeon to have been drugged. Mr. Bll
Jlngs drove another horse In tha second
'heat to allow Mr. Smathera to take the raca
with Major Delmar.
TOWKIESOa HAVE A COMPLAINT
Manager Qalsrley Shows That Hla
Traaa la la Clans A.
OMAHA, April 1. To the Sporting Editor
of The Bee: I noticed In Sunday's Bee that
the Townsend Gun company team was
classed In B class, to which it does not be
long. I hope you will be so kind aa to ac
commodate me with a little space In your
porting column to express my views on
the said subject. Following Is a synopsis
of what tha Townsend team did lfuu year:
It played twenty-six, games, winning eight
een and loelng six. The other two games
were ties. Of all the games we played no
one can say that we ever lost a game by
more than one score and we also played
mora games which went over nine innings
than any other team In the city. Follow
ing ia a list of a few fast Omaha and out-of-town
teams which we played last year:
Diets, Hollys, People's Store, Stors Rrew
Ing company. Soldiers, Dunlap, la.. Wood
bine, la., Portsmouth, la., and Plattsmouth,
Neb. I think our record la as good, if not
better than a few teams which I And In
Class A. Now, for instance, there is the
Stors Brewing company team; we played
them last year and found that they were
an easy proposition to beat. Thanking
you tor past favors and hoping you see your
way clear to adjust this small matter, I am
Manager Townsend dun Company Buse
Soata Omaha Clah Waata Games..
The South Omaha Bass Ball club Is or-
f mixed and Is ready to bouk games for
aturtlay afternoon and two games Sunday.
J his team is romposed from the defunct
tter and Duffy teams of lust year. O.
; 8. Kennedy, Twenty -fourth and N streets,
, 'phone 1XM, Is manuger and ready to book
games. Following is makeup of tram'
Catchers, John Cavanaugh, O. H. Crandall,
. H. Hlnkle; pitchers. H. Ballanger, B. Col
' Her, W. "Snuff ' Smith, James Cavansugh,
v and Pet Hlnkle; tlrst base. Dale Talbot;
second baae, George Kennedy; third base,
t KM LlKmond; ahnrlatnp, K. Clark; fielder,
Whltlock, Van Cleave, Paige.
Game at Diets Park.
, A ball game has been arranged for
-. ' Wednesday afternoon at Diets park be
''. tween the Clark Athletics and the Omaha
. Heal Fstate team. The teams will Una up
, as follows:
ATHI.KTICS. REAL E8TATE.
i Saunders Center..., Hed
" Kelly Sliort HIUIs
..' MrDnnough Pecond Fdmuns
OISrlrn First McKllili h
i Brlce Bight Olnaxer
, Hamilton Third Hoover
Hresinan Left Neale
Whyte Catch ... Brow
- Crisinan ; Pitch..... Norshun
Hambol.lt Wlaa at Basket Ball.
Hl'MHOIJvr. Neb., April 1. (Special.)
Principal lllll and the tiinh school basket
ball team played at Sabetha, Kan , the
(own team of that city, the contest re
. Hult'ng In a decided victory for the Hum.
j boldt team. The Kansas boys were entirely
- outclassed, although they had already de
feated tha high school team of that city.
Tha score was II to 6. The trip to Sabetha
and return as made by automobiles, Lou
rtlama and L. J. Segiist taking the com
pany over In their touring cars.
Mike Sehrrrk Stops la Omaha.
f Mike Schreck, the heavyweight pugilist,
. waa a passenger west on tha Overland
' limited Monday aiorning. As soon as the
' Northwestern train pul)-d into the station
he and Lis manager jumped to tha platform
and running through the depot put In their
time running backward and forward over
the viaduct during tha time the train was
lu Omaha. "That fellow will be good for
a. J I
dealer hi the nesreft town. Atl him for
The Standard ol Hot Value.'
15 for me," snld the gray-haired pwrter of
the car on which Bohreck was booKed to
ride to Ban Francisco. .
FIELD MEET! JIG
Athletes of Western Courses to Com
pete at Chlcaao, Jnne 1.
CHICAGO, April 1. The managing com
mittee nf the Illg Nine conference met here
today and organized for the sixth annuxl
track and field games by electing Genrne
M. Cook of the I'nlversltv of Indiana, pres
ident, and George K. lWtnn. University
of Minnesota, secretary and treasurer. The
meet will he held on Marshall Field June
1. and will be open to all colleges through
out the country which have adopted and
are enforcing the conference rules. This
annual meet Is the classic event in ath
letics of the mlddlo west and the managing
tommltlen declares It will make the com
ing contest the greatest ever held between
GOTO! WISS IX STRAIGHT FALLS
Champion Too ronsr and Too Heavy
for Farmer llama.
CHICAGO, April 1 Frank notch de
feated Farmer Burns here tonight at catch-ns-catch-can
wrestling in two straight falls.
It took Gotch 20 minutes and 5 seconds to
secure the first fall and 17 minutes and
80 seconds for the second.
Jimmy Parr, the Kngllsh champion, won
from McDonald by two straight falls In the
O'Xell and Ills Cmplren.
President O'Nell has announced the names
of four of the five umpires he will carry
this summer, provided the Western league
Is composed of eight club.. The latest ad
dition to the staff Is Ulfford, who halls
from Chattanooga, Tenn., and who has the
reputation of being a good one. The four
now on the lint are Jack Hascall, Conahan,
Brennan and Glfford, , ,
AH ye fishermen can rtow go to Cut-Off
and fish to your hearts' content, for the
law on fish expired Monday morning with
the coming of the new mor.th. Mnny were
seen on the streets Saturday lugging their
poles around for repairs and getting In
shape for the opening of the season. The
Omaha Rod and Gun club has not an
nounced the date for the formal opening of
the club houne, but Brown is on hand and
It Is in Just as good shape as It was when
According to a Denver paper, Walter
EckerBsll lias applied for a position as
manager of the Longmont club and Is
ptronirly favored bv the owners. In cn.o
he is appointed. It Is stated, he will take a
number of college stars out with him.
This, It Is said, would be unique In pro
fessional circles, as most of the nine would
When one reads the headline, "Burns
Thows Parr," he naturally turns to look at
the date of the paper. But some sporting
events are too good ever to grow old. Chi
A few amateur games of base ball were
played on the town lot Knitter Bunday,
but the majority of the teams are holding
back, preferring not to schedule game
until the men have an opportunity to prac
tice up a little. With the coming of warmer
weather every corner lot In the city will
be put to use as the home of some base ball
The Fort Omaha signal service men are
gathering a base ball team and expect to
Jump Into the front rank this summer. No
team In the west has a prettier ground
than the Fort Omaha team. The only
drawback is that there Is no fence and no
admission can be charged
WITH THE BOWLEItS.
Both the Krug Parks arid O. D. K's got
hack Into form laBt night and rolled big
totals. The Krug boys won two of the
games and In actual pins there was but a
difference of six. The O. D. K's had one
tine game of 1.0H7. For Individual total
and single game Johnson led by a big
margin, with 6U and 2f4. Tonight's teams
are the Metz Bros, and Dresners. Score:
O. D. K'S.
1. 2. S. Total.
Neale 173 29 174 Kt
Chandler ; 31 VM l"i fM
Molyneaux 3d 215 ltil 577
OJerda 21 23.1 171 06
Sprague 1H4 18i ISO 6r0
Handicap 8 9 9 27
Totals . 9fi9 1.046
Totals 978 974 898 2,815
Harreahofl Wlna Gold Medal.
PINEHl'RST, N. C, April 1 A large
and representative field started In the
thirty-six hole qualification round of the
seventh annual united north and south
amateur championship golf tournament to
day. The feature of the day's play was a
brilliant match between Fred Herreshorr
of Garden City, the Interscholastic cham
pion, and Warren K. Wood of the Home
wood club. Chicago. Herreshoff won the
gold medal by a stroke, with a card of
d to his opponent's M8.
Rneton Americana Win.
CINCINNATI, April l.-The'Boston Amer
ican team this afternoon won the second
exhibition game from the Cincinnati Na
tional league team by a score of eighb to
Jt H E
Boston 0 0 1 1 3 0 0 8 0 ' 13 4
Cincinnati .. .0 0000010 01 3 I
Batteries: Young and Shaw; Ewlng, Es
sick and Schlel.
Maher Rides Winner.
IONDON. April 1 Maher, the Americsn
Jockey, at the Kempton Park meeting
today won the Queen's prise of 1.000 sover
eigns, the principal race of the day, on
Lord Derby's Bridge of Canny. The event
la for S-yesr-olds and upwards. DUtan.ce,
one tulle and a half.
Hart Kaooka Ont Maher.
HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. April l.peter
Maher was knocked out tonlsht by Marvin
Hart of Louisville In the second round of
what was scheduled to be a twenty-round
Woman Drowns Her Children.
DOVER. N. J.. March 81 Having fast
ened thtlr garments securely to her own,
Mrs. Otto Brining carried her two little
children into Klionaum lake, where all three
were drowned. The bodies were recovered
today by the husband, who had searched
since his wife, with the little ones, left
home In Mlllbrook yesterday. The woman's
act la ascribed to a mental trouble.
" Bottled in Bond "
Its pusity is never questioned its flavor
the delight of those who know good
A. d'CKLN-LTuUt ft EROS, DUtuun PiUilurjjh, Pa,
THAW DEFENSE IS RESTING
No Further Terti runny U Ba IntrnJioed
Befora Lunacy Comminisn.
JEROME'S EXPERTS WILL BE EXAMINED
Defeadaat'a Connsel Hopes Hearlosj
Will Bo Conclaaea Taesday, hat
tata Expects Lentrf
Delay In Matter.
NEW YORK, April l-Counsel for Harry
K. Thaw announces that tha Thaw side
rests, ao far as further testimony by Its
side Is concerned, before the lunacy com
mission. The defense believes that this
will help to bring this hearing to a close
by Tuesday night and tha trial, delayed
for more than a week by the movement
to determine Thaw's Insanity at the pres
ent tlma, can be Immediately resumed. The
defense assumes, of course, that the com
mission will find that Thaw is now sane;
in fact. It Is supremely confident of such
an outcome, basing Its opinion on the
splendid showing Thaw- Is snld to have
mads when questioned by the commis
sioners. District Attorney Jerome does not share
the opinion of the defense that the com
mission will conclude its hearing on Tues
day. He says the defense was assuming
yo much and expressed the belief that
several days would elapse before the com
Idea of Jerome.
Mr. Jerome believes that the commission
will hear his alienists, and he hopes, be
sides, that the testimony of Dr. Allan Mc
Lane Hamilton will be admitted. There
Is no doubt that the hoarlng will be pro
longed if the state's alienists are allowed
to testify as fully as Mr. Jtrome wishes
them to do, but the defense's lawyers be
lieve they will only be permitted to tell
what they think of Thaw's present condi
tion, and the facts of the distant past, on
which most of their conclusions are based,
will be eliminated.
Daniel O'Reilly, who since the commis
sion was appointed, has take an active part
in the defense with Clifford W. Harttidge,
made the announcement that Thaw will
stand on bis testimony befora the com
mission and tha counsel will call no wit
nesses. Hs said:
"The defense will offer no witnesses. We
will not call any alienists, although we
know that Mr. Jerome haa the promise of
the commissioners to hear what his ex
perts have to say on the writings of Thaw,
on the evidence as adduced at the trial
and on the observations that have been
made during the trial.
Mr. O'Reilly expressed the opinion that
Dr. Hamilton would not ba allowed to
testify, and he added that be hoped the
whole matter would be ended Tuesday
The members of tha Thaw Jury have
drawn up a petition to Justice Fitzgerald
asking him to allow them $5 a diy for
Jury services Instead of the customary al
lowance of $2 a day. Their action Is based
on an Instance In which the court made
a similar increase In the Jury's allowance
after the case had been extended for an
Mrs. Thaw gammoned.
When Mrs. Evelyn Thaw made her daily
visit to her husband in the Tombs today
she was met by a process server who
handed her a subpoena directing her to ap
pear before the lunacy commission tomor
row. Mrs. Thaw apparently had not antici
pated this move and she appeared very
much disturbed when the nature of the
paper waa made known to her.
'"Do they expect mo to testify against my
husband 7" sha asked.
She waa told that her presence probably
was desired mostly as a matter of routine,
but this did not seem to assure her. Dis
trict Attorney Jerome declined to make
known his purpose In calling Mrs. Thaw
before the commission.
It was reported today that when the
lunucy commission resumes its hearing to
morrow Mr. Jerome will call as his wlt
nescss Drs. Pilgrim and Gregory of this
city, two of the alienists engaged by the
defense and will endeavor to prove by them
that Thaw Is now Insane.
Dr. Pilgrim Is head of the New York
state lunacy commission, and Dr. Gregory
Is In charge of the Psychopathic ward of
Bellovue hospital. Both of them are said
to have had on several occasions conversa
tions with the defendant during the trial.
It was said later at the district attorney's
office that the reason for having Mrs.
Evelyn Nesblt Thaw served with a aub-
phocna waa that it might be necessary to
call her before the commission and that the
district attorney decided that In that event
It would be better to have her on hand.
CUBA AWAITS TAFT'S VISIT
Information Rearardlnar Policy af
I nlted States Is Desired by
HAVANA. April l.-6eeretary of War
Taft's arrival here la awaited with keen
anxiety by politician and government offi
cials. Many questions of moment have
been held for his consideration and de
cUlon that will mean much to Cuba,
Financial and political Interests generally
demand definite Information regarding the
policy of the United States. The uncer
talnty creates uneasiness, both political
and financial, throughout the country.
English Interests, particularly the rail
road companies, are anxious to know pre
cisely what tha Washington government
proposes to do. The liberal politicians have
a large number of propositions for running
the country which they are eager to sub
mit to Mr. Tft. His attitude toward them
Is looked forward to with Interest.
EARTHQUAKE IN ARMENIA
American Missionaries at Bltlls Said
to Be Homeless and Assist
ance Is Reejaested.
CONSTANTINOPLE, April 1. The report
that a severe earthquake, accompanied by
loss of life, had occurred at Bitlls, Turkish
Armenia, sppears to be eonllrmed, but the
number of deaths Is unknown.
According to advices received in New
Tork from W. W. Peet. treasurer of the
American mission at Constantinople, the
Americans and their people In the missions
Just One Glass
of Cook's Imperial
will prove to you that
its delicate flavor and
bouquet is equal to
the Old World, best
at Bltlls have been rendered homeless, the
snow In the vicinity being twenty-five feet
deep. Assistance was urgently requested.
According to the records available, the
Rev. Royal M. Cole, Lizzie Cole, Dr. H.
Lundgren, Charlotte Ii Ely and Mary A.
C. Ely of the Eastern Turkish mission are
at Bitlls, and Miss Nellie A. Cole, who had
not been appointed a missionary, was
working In co-operation with th3 mission
aries of the American board.
The elation at Bltlls was established in
RUSSIA HASA NEW PLAN
Revision of Question for Discussion
t The Hagae Raggested
BERLIN, April 1. The Russian govern
ment has submitted to the principal powers
confidentially a revised program of the sub
jects to be discussed at the approaching
peace conference at The Hague. Corre
spondence In this connection between the
Russian Foreign office and the foreign offi
ces of the powers continues, the object
being tor each an agreement In advance
ot communicating with the minor govern
ments. Great Britain has not formulated
a precise plan for the limitation of arma
ments and seems unwilling to do so.
Nevertheless, it Is considered probable that
a discussion of the limitation of arma
ments will find a place In the program
owing to Oreat Britain's' Insistence.
The precise position of Germany In this
connection will not be disclosed until the
program is finally decided upon, but the
assertions made In London that Oermany
will withdraw from the conference rather
than have the question of the limitation
of armaments discussed are unfounded.
The United States, it Is understood, will
reserve Its decision regarding participation
In its discussion of the armaments ques
tion, the general view at Washington
being, it Is asserted here, that aa the
United State Is outside the European sys
tem. It is not In a position to urge the
continental powers to reduce or arrest their
land armaments, while upon the subject
of naval armaments the authorities at
Washington appear to be Indisposed to
cease their development.
NEW HOSPITAL IN HOLY LAND
Fonndntlon Stone Laid In Presence of
Governor of Jerusalem r
JERUSALEM, April 7. The foundation
stone of the new Oerman hospital on the
Mount of Olives was laid yesterday in the
presence of the governor of Jerusalem, the
other local officials and many spectators, to
the accompaniment of cheers for Emperor
William and for the sultan of Turkey, who
gave the land and authorized the construc
tion of the . hospital. Dr. Dryander, the
court chaplain of Berlin, represented Em
peror William and Baron von Mlrbach
represented the empress.
Dr. Dryander read a telegram from the
emperor greeting the Germans, the local
authorities and the representatives of other
nations and faiths who attended the cere
mony, and Invoking the blessing of the
Almighty on- the hospital.
NEW SYLLABUS BY POPE
Book' Will Contain 1. 1st ot Errors
Condemned by Pontlffa Sine
ROME, April 1. Work on a document
which will point out the errors that have
been condemned at various times by tha
popes since the syllabus of Pius IX., pub
lished In 1864, is approaching completion.
Although the Vatican does not wish this
document to be called a new syllabus, It
Is evident that the two productions will
have much similarity and that the new
document will cause rs much discussion
as did the syllabus of iS6.
Major MoCllntock Leaves Vienna,
VIENNA, April l.-T!ie mllltsry attache
of the American embassy, Major McCUn
tock. Is to leave Vienna after being re
ceived In farewell audience by Emperor
Francis Joseph. It is believed that the
American attache at Berlin. Colonel Wlsser,
will also be credited to Vienna.
DELTA CHI JS IN SESSION
Nineteen Colleges and Three Alumni
Chapters Are Meeting; at
WASHINGTON, April 1. Delegates rep
resenting nineteen colleges and three alumni
chapters of the Deita Chi fraternity met
In annual convention In this city' today.
The sessions will continue for three days.
The address of welcome was delivered by
Commissioner West and the response on
behalf of the fraternity waa made by John
J. Kuhn of Brook. yn. The response on
behalf of the alumni was by L. Barton
Cose of Michigan, while W. W. Maylor of
Cornell responded on behalf of the active
chapters. The following universities are
represented: Cornell, New York, Michigan,
Dickinson, Northwestern, Minnesota, Chicago-Kent,
Buffalo, Osgood Hall (Canada),
Syracuse, Union, West Virginia, Ohio. Chi
cago, Georgetown, Pennsylvania, Virginia,
Leland Btanford and Washington stste.
Chicago, New Yorg and Buffalo are the
alumni chapters having representation.
Manaaer gtrine 111.
BOSTON, April l.Ch8rlea W. Btrine,
manager of the Metropolitan Opera com
pany of New York, is in a hospital in this
city dangerously ill with appendicitis. i
was tnken ill last Wednesday night and
on Tbursdsy he was operated on. He has
filled to rally from the operation and his
condition nas reported st the hospital at
noon as ''extremely critical.''
Murder aad Salelde.
PORTLAND, Ore., April 1. Rendered In
satily Jealous at the sight of his sweet
heart In company with another man. Hos
coe Jumes. son of the superintendent of
the Oreiim penitentiary, late last night
shot and killed Mm Grace N'. Disney of
Warren, Ore., and then shot himself tu the
hed. li aiU 04.
1, A. J 1
LAND QUESTION IN DUMA
Pclitical Parti? Cul'.inO TU'.i Daus fut
Eolation of Problem,
MATTER WILL NOT BE EASILY SETTLED
Life of Present Damn May Depend
I'pon Manner In Which gab
Jert la Handled by
ST. PETERSBURG, April 1. The discus
sion of the agrarian problem, to which the
the first Russian Parliament almost en
tirely devoted Its activity, began In the
lower house today. Over 110 speakers Im
mediately signified their Intention of par
ticipating In the debate, to which, accord
ing to the plans of the parliamentary lead
ers, only one day per week will be devoted.
The question Is considered to be of far less
Importance now than It was last year.
Neither the constitutional democrats nor
the socialists have much expectation of
arriving at practical results during the
life of the present Parliament They are
convinced that any measure involving the
oompulPtory expropriation of land, which
Is the basic principle of all the liberal
solutions, will Immediately be vetoed by
the smperor and be regarded by the cnblnct
as a Justification for the dissolution of
Parliament. The House, however, was
forced to begin the discussion of the agra
rian problem as a concession to the peasant
constituents of many of the members.
Each political party has put forward
three or four spokesmen to explain the fea
tures of the programs, but the great mass
of the speakers are peasants, whose re
marks will contribute but little to ft solu
tion of the question. The real work will
mainly be done by the committee to which
the various projects will be referred.
Plan of nemocrnts.
The project of the constitutional demo
crats, which was Introduced today. Is prac
tically Identical with Inst year's draft. It
Involves the compulsory expropriation of
all estates above established maximums, to
be determined In each province by com
missions created for this purpose. The bill
as presented contemplates Individual
ownership, whereas the project of the group
of toll, which also, was reintroduced, pro
poses the nationalization of all the land In
the empire. The national socialists Intro
duced a bill repealing all Premier Stoly
pln's temporary agrarian legislation, but
this probably will be allowed to die a nat
ural death in committee, the cabinet's en
actments, such as the optional abolition of
the communes, modifications of the old sys
tem and the distribution of land belong
ing to the Imperial domains, being already
too far In effect and to Immediately con
nected with the life of the nation to permit
of their withdrawal.
The first speaker today was Prince T. N.
Bvlatopolk-Mlrsky, a monarchist and land
owner of Bessarabia and a relative of
ex-Minister of the Interior Svlatopolk
Mirsky, who made a long speech In de
fense of the Individual property, quoting
from American and English authorities on
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The one that can, most justly,
by claim to that distinction
being an exquitite blend of ,
choice flavors, is the famous ,
Sliced Plug Pipe Tcbacco
Cured by a secret process it
does not bita tha tongue.
Burns well, gives a long, cool,
sweet smoke, without waste.
Pocket sixe, tin box, 10c
rjIHE ingredients .of
Stors Beer are the
best obtainable. Barley
malt made from the
choicest grain grown In
the west.t Bohemian
hop Imported direct at
three times the cost of
American hops. Arte
sian waterpure and
spar&lng, from a 1,400
foot well.lj Tha high
quality of these Ingre
dients greatly Increases
the cost j of making
Ston Beer. Tet you pay
no more for It than for
common beer.' Always
order tflori. I leer. Get
q u a 1 1 1 y.t, Oat your
Stora Brew ing Co.,
N Omaha. B3
PLENTY OF THEM
and Suit Cases
ALFRED CORNISH & CO.
1210 FARNAM STREET
park hotel s;i;r!?j::.:i
FraotloaUly fireproof. During Ik. pt
summer entirely rrtitted and decorated;
bot and cold runulng- water ia every ruviu,
A.iueii'an snd k.uritean pier
. . HAT. 8, fceese Ml MeMf
Slit i WAA
I t W ( 1 ikl 1
or cm any Und rf ttrmt, until
or cm rv Und if trrmt until roa have received our cot
loruea illtntrating and describing every kind of hich-g
b'cvcli-. old patterns and lateat model, and learn ol cut
)HICK and wonderful new or) era made possible by I
,v. ..... , -an .... inn in irmen proni.
WE SHIP OH A PPffO V L wiMc. a tmi A-ctr7, Pay the Freight and
allow lO lm.vs t ree I rial and ninke oilier liberal term which no oihi-r
house In the world will do. V" ill learn everything sud get much valu
able information by simply wming us a pontal.
We need a r7fofs Annt In ever ton and n nar an eceortunit
w uic iuwj m uimuii:
ftftyulmr Prioo t
Wo Wit I Sb 1 1
You a Samalo
Paif ton Only
OUT THE AIR
(cabm with oajnrn aa.ss)
NO MORE TROUBLE FROM PUNCTURES.
Result of IS Tears experience in tire
rnaVing. No danger from THORNS, CAC
TUS. PINS. NAILS. TACKS or CLASS.
Serious punctures, like intentional knife cuts, can
be vulcanized like ny other tire.
Two Hundred Thousand pairs now In actual us. Over
SevenlY-fiwe Thousand pairs told last year.
DtSCKIFTtOMt Made In all slies. It la lively and esy riding, vrrjr durable nd lined Inalda
with a apecial quality of rubber, which never beepmea porom and which cloct up aniall puncture
without allowing the sir to escape. We have hundreda of letters from satisfied cimotncti stating
that their tire? have only been pumped uflonce or twice in a whole season. They weigh no more than
an ordinary tire, the puncture resiatinr qualities being given by several layers of thin specially
prepared fabric on the tread. That "Holding Back" sensation commonly felt when tidinr on aiphalt
or soft roads is overcome by the patent "Kaiket Weave" trend winch prevents all sir from being
squeezed out tx-tween the tire snd the road thus overcoming sll suction. The regular price of these
tlrea is s ;o per pair, but for edvertislng purposes we are making; a special factory price to the rider
ol only $4.So per pair. All orders shipped same day letter is received. W e shipC.O.D. on approval.
You do not pay s cent until you have examined and found them strictly as represented.
We will allow a eash discount of 3 percent (thereby making the pnceSe.CS per pair) If yon send
FULL CASH V ITU UKUKK and enclose this advertisement. We will also send one nickel
plated brass han I pump snd two Bampaon metal puncture closers on full paid orders (these metal
puncture closers lobe used in case of intentional knife cuts or heavv gashes). Tires to be returned
at OUR expense if for any reason they sre not satisfactory on examination.
We sre perfectly reliable and money aent to us ia as sale as in s bank. Ask your Postmaster
Banker, Hipres it Freight Agent or the Editor of this paper about ua. If you order a pair of
theae tires, vou will find that they will ride easier, run fWer, wear better, last longer and look
finer than any tire you have ever used or seen stony price. We know thst you will be ao well pleased
that when you want a bicvele vou will give us your order. We want you to send us a small tnal
order at once, hence thia remarkable tire offer.
CO A 'ZTrnmnnAtfF1': bu,u-w1h. ddles, pedals, parts and repairs, end
b Ul I f fc UriAf lLO everything in the bicvele line re sold by us st half the usual
prices charred by dealers and repair men. Write for our big SUNDRY cstalotrue.
nn a.tit" itjAir but Trril pl iy- i not think or nrmxo
"- WW fill bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone until you know the new and
wonderful offers we sre making. It only coats a postal to learn everything. Write it MOW.
LEAD CYCLE COfiPAUY, Dept. c 256 CHICSGO, ILL.
ICE CREAM DEALERS
Vri.e me lor my contract prte on Ice cream lor the season
ol 1907. 1 want a live dealer In every town In this territory.
W. S. BALDUFF, 1520 Farnam St., Omaha, Neb.
A Ctrtaln Curt lor Tlrod, Hot, Aching Faat, VJj&iyC
DO NOT ACCEPT A SUBSTITUTE. on every box. Le Koy,. X.'
If you need special medical attention you
should exercise Judgment to the extent you
value your future happiness and success
In life. Don't make a mistake at the be
ginning. We ao not auote mislsading; prtoes in
our announoementa. We make no mis
lsadlng statements or ascsptive, unbusi
nesslike propositions. We oure men at the
lowest charges possible for skill 'il and
sueoessful services. We believe In fair
dealing and honest methods.
We treat men only and cure promptly,
safely and thoroughly imoNCHITIS,
CATAKKH, NKHVOIS DKHILITV,
BLOOD POISON, 81UN DISKVSKS,
KIDNEY- and BLADDER DISEASES
and ail Special Diseases and their com plications.
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Call and Do Examined Free or Write.
OFFICE HOURS 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. SUNDAYS 10 to 1 ONLY.
1308 Farnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Permanently Established in Omaha, Nebraska.
Chas. Donovan Cigar
kiMfflWf'b 119 s- t4th.
Broadway. Fifth Ave. and
- -t Aej . s t t- ' j'-rr r. i-.a.urT
Thm Uy hetal La JAaahaataa frootlar on Broadway nnl Filth Avenue.
HWrtAJl FLA GEQRQE W. SWCBNEr, Proprlef
IS LL IT WILL COST YC3
to write for our big fltKN ltTCtt LK catalogue
showing the mrt complrte hie of hiph rii4e
IlK YtH HIIKS ami SI NI li I K.I at liLlLh.il
BELOW any othr manufacturer or dealer in the world.
DO HOT BUY A D CYCLE trzrzz
rod have received our complete Free Cat-
h-graoe end lnw rrate
cur retnsrkal.le low
bv aellins from facfew
juunji men wno apply at once.
- PROOF TIRES N kX
Notice the thick rubber tree
"A" and pnnetnre strips "M
and "it," alno rim strip If
to prevent rim onttlng. This
tire will outlast any other
rrmke -OVT. fclASTIC bju4
CU. e.re.T' . ?
Specialists of tht
Co., Omaha Neb. DIst
II I 1 1 m i i.w tl
WE CURE LVsEN
10 DAYG' TREATMENT $1.50
By the Old Reliable Dr. Searles & Searles
established In Omaha for 26 yeajs. The many thov
sands of cases cured by us makes us the most experW
enced Specialists in tha West, in all diseases and dis
orders of mn. We know Just what will cure yosv
snd cure quickly.
trWA examination and consultation. Write fo
sco Rvmniom m.nk for home treatment.
Cor. 14U & Dough) Sts., Oram, lib
27th St. NEW YORK
IH THE CENTER
OF THE SHOPPING
A Modern Ftrst-Clasa
Hotel. Complete is
all its appointments,
li'urnlebliiae and dec
orations entirely neat
motions for lot
fueals, 160 suite
with baths. Booms,
$1.10 day up; wllk
baths, S3 ft up. Hot
and coUl water and
telephone In every
room.' Culalue unas
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