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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (May 7, 1907)
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PAYING IP TO BUSINESS MEN
Caniitkn of Strest Depends en Omshi
Letdtrs, fri Cit Eneinsr.
DEALERS MUJT TAK THi INITIATIVE
Asphalt Lira Taa Lose and In
Sarai Condition It t'nanot
Be Pntrhe with
brief city news.
' t than be glad to DMt my friend M
th People' store. Brantley East,
Tw tr New good. Clothing to
Bian and women. Data, ahoea, furniture,
carpet, draperies, stove. Caah or trad it.
Union Outfitting Co.. lllt-U-1 frnam.
Carload of ttlr Jernm M, tru-
tee lor tne ir-rii ranches in Wyoming,
TuesOag will ablp a carload of settler to
Claarmoot, Wyo., (or Battlement on tha
Irrigated land which ha controla in that
1 S Ida Om Moving Troop Th govern
ment Is asking (or bids on two troop
movements. One from Fort Robinson to
xurt Riley and the other (rom Fo.t Rob
inson to 8aa Francisco (or troopa enroute
ta tha Philippine.
- Chin Fac's Oaae Tha hearing on the
appeal from the United States commission
er' court In the case of Chin Pac was held
Wore Judge W. IL Munger Monday morn
big on appeal from the commissioner's or
der of deportation two weeks ago. Judge
Mungor will peas on the rase Thursday.
troag Am Man Pete Flahuve and
Pete Murphy were arraigned In police
court Monday morning on the charge of
larceny from the person, the pair being
ocused of having given the "strong arm"
to W. W. Groves Saturday night and
robbed him of $2.80. Groves said the men
held him and then went through bis
iiHH'kets, which they dented, and their hear
ting wilt come up Tueaday morning.
f Thou Company riles Mortgage The
Independent Telephone company baa filed
with the county clerk a mortgage to secure
the Issue of H..V.I.000 of b.nds recently au
thorized by the corporations. The mortgage
payers all of the real and personal property
the company. Including the franchises,
conduits and other appliances as runs to
the Title Insurance and Trust company of
lm Angeles In trust fcr the bond holders.
Ministers Help the Seminary At the
tegular Monday meeting of the Presby.
terlan ministers It was decided to begin a
campaign (or. 120,000, which must be had
by July 1 In order to got the JuO.OOO en
dowment fund for the Omaha theological
seminary. The visiting friends present
were Rev. J. M. Wilson of Seattle, who
poll, of the labor conditions In the north
Vest, and Rev. Dr. Laird of West Ches
Jj Kegroes Sold for Kobbory Mary Harrl
fJPson. Haltle Wells. George Wells, the lat-
ier'a consort, and a number of other
negroes, were arrested Sunday In connec
Arthur Phillip. Thirty-third and Lake
streets, were arrested Monday morning by
City Inspector of Weights and Measures
Pegg, on a charge of having short meas
ure In their possession. Pegg aasert-d he
found the men peddling with baskets too
mall to hold the quantity they were sup
posed to contain. City rrosecutor Daniel
told them If they would destroy the vessels
they have and see to It that they have
full sites In the future they would not be
prosecuted this time, and they promised.
Tew raone Company Of doers At a
meeting of the stockholders of the new Irv
dependent Telephone company of Omaha
Monday the same officer and directors
were re-elected for the coming year. The
officers are t S. Clrant. Jr., of Ban Diego,
president; F. H. Stow, vice president, T. 8.
Graves, secretary, and C. E. Blttlnger,
treasurer. The dlrectrrs of tha company
are W. F. Ely and F. It 8tow of Omaha
and IT. 8. Grant. Jr., of Bart Diego. The
work of Installing the Omaha plant Is now
tinder way and large forces of men are
Ing put to work as fast as they can be
Wrw Business Getters The Packers and
Merchants' Commercial association, which
Is being organized by Dakota and local
capitalists, has leased suite of offices
In the Baldrlge-Wead block at Twentieth
and Farnam streets and will enter the
Omaha field of commercial adjustment and
collections as soon as Incorporation la had
Incorporation papers will be filed imme
diately by the attorney of the new com
pany, Richard 8. Horton, and active busi
ness begun. Trie new concern Is barked
principally ny local capital, but has no
outside connections and the scope will be
that of the usual mercantile collection
May Term of District Court. The May
term of the district court opened Monday
morning with a brand new Jury panel
reporting for duty. Most of the forenoon
was spent by Judge Troup listening to
requests of Jurors to be excused from duty.
The first case to come before the criminal
court was that of John SImms, charged
with a statutory offense against a seven-year-old
girl. Before the Jury was Impan
eled an error In drawing the Information
was discovered and the case was postponed
to correct It. This Is the second time the
Information In this case has been found
defective, the first time the charge against
him was changed after the preliminary
Federal Orand Jury Tuesday The fed
eral grand Jury will be formally empan
elled at the federal building Tuesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock. The matters to come be-
tlon with a robbery of J220 from James fore the lurv are such cases or offenses
Morton of Council Bluffs and held In no- as originated before February 27. when the
lice court Monday morning until "Muy 7. new federal Judicial bill went Into ef
' Three or (our women are believed to have feet The purpose of the present session
received a slice of the money, but thus far of the grand Jury Is to clean up all old
thvy have taken a determined sUnd, deny- cne originating In the old general dis
tng all knowlodge of the theft. I trlct of Nebraska before the creation of
Salt Against the . ft O. The trial of ' the new subdivisions of the district. Jn
tUCt' suit of Zadock II. Clark against the the absence of Assistant Attorney Oenral
iVfi'tlmore & Ohio railroad was bogun In Rush lend District Attorney Goss at St.
Jiftge Katelle's court Monday morning. Paul,' Assistant District Attorney Lane will
C"Yrk was In clmr- of a, carload, of horses . superintend bringing matter to the at-
irfiin irom oouin v.mcago to viearmont. i tenuon or me grana jury.
NASA ON POWER PROBLEM
cgyi it ii Sot fair to Trp nt On aha
COST NOT PROHIBITIVE TO M ANUFACTORIES
Declares Gate City Has as Cheng
Power as Any City, Mot Even
u. .jmrmumrr .. ... . . .". '. 11 'j.L.'l"l'
res the order has . made since Its last
'The order," says Mr. Tatea, "wa
founded In Omaha In IS!) and haa advanced
to the first rank of all fraternal order.
It dispenses nearly t?i.Wi.0O0 yearly through
krottal from Rr.tith 1 Vi I r n tr flna i-nmn
1. While bis train was switching he aa-
fits the cabcose he was riding In was
.wrecked whllo the crew was trying to make
e- wiicu aim u was jjermimTMiiiy
Mijared. He Is suing the company for
t Kay Snyder Hearing Iuesay Kay
Snyder, rne young man who was arrested
FYldgy as the perpetrator of a number of
4 vecent crimes In the city, was arraigned
BLx-Texr-Old Tot Buforo Court Morris
Borsky. 8 years old, was up before Juve
nile court Monday morning on a charge
of besplng. According to the stories told
In court. Morris would run away from
home and beg money and little trinkets
from the neighbors. Judge Kennedy pa
roled him to his 11-year-old brother, Philip,
who promised to look after htm. A group
of youngsters from 10 to IB years old wero
F. A. Nash, president of the Omaha Elec
tric Light and Power company, says It la
ra t fair to Omaha to keep sending out re
ports that tend to show that Omaha la au
far away from the coal fields that the cost
of power Is almost prohibitive to manufac
tures locating here.
"There are many things which show the
rhenn ensl nf nnwer In Omihft." snjrl Mr.
XT-.K rkiiw lm ..innlvlntf all th '
..". VHI . .I J B't J -" "
new elevators with power and this haa been
a great help in building up the Omaha grain
market. If these new power companies
could supply lon.ooo horse power and sell It
they coald'afford to supply Omaha with a
cheap power, but when they have water
enough to furnish JO.OuO horse power there
Is nothing to It Power Is selling cheaper
In Omaha today than It Is In Buffalo, which
Is only twenty miles away from the great
i "There Is absolutely nothing In the Platte
river power scheme and It Is 'rainbow
chasing' to waste effort to overcome an un
favorable condition, which, though It ex
isted some years ago, trees not now, and
haa not for the lost year.
"If the scheme as outlined In the World
Herald of Sunday was In successful opera
tion today power could not be supplied by
It at as low a price as It Is now being sold.
The cost of power as given in that article
represents what It cost ten year ago, not
today. Large manufactures In Omaha are
now getting their power at less than $10
per horse power per annum. Instead of the
figures named In the World-Herald.
Power to Containers.
"Power Is being sold to consumers In
Omaha at a lower' price per horse power
than has ever been named by any of the
promoters of the power schemes, to such
large users as the street railway and elec
tric light company. The latest engineering
report on the Pintle river power scheme
place the cost of the undertaking at f5,S00,
000, a cost absolutely prohibitive based en
the present market price of power In
Omaha and Council Bluffs. It would be Im
possible to pay bare Interest on the Invest
ment, to say nothing of operating and
maintenance expense, and capital generally
requires some prospect at least of profit.
"If these gentlemen who write so fluently
of the great necessity of cheap power for
Omaha knew anything of the subject, or
would take the trouble to Investigate It,
they would ascertain that the fact In the
case Is that Omaha haa today cheap
power as any place In the country, Niagara
Falls not excepted. They would learn that
every grain elevator on both sides of the
river, one excepted. Is operated by elec
trie power generated in Omaha, and that
small consumers desiring to locate manu
facturing plants In Omaha can do so under
as favorable terms as at any point In the
country so far as the cost of power is con
before Judge Crawford In police court In court charsed with robbing a railroad
Monday morning on the charge of having i ear. Morrl Lonergan, It Is charged, broke
held up and robbe the drug store of G. II. the seal to the car. so ms companions
Myers, Twenty-fourth and Linney streets, fou'd id It of oranges and other fruit,
on the night of April 17, and having shot at The mother of James Berry, one of the
with intent to kill Conductor Salv on an nova, told the court he was only 11 years
Albright car near Thirteenth and Canton j oM-' but that h8 nad. .ma. Mavlt he
was it n oruer io enauie mm io wora in
"To make Omaha once more the 'best
paved city In the United States." ss it
was Borne years ago, the business men
must get together and take the initiative."
said City Engineer Rosewater. Mr. Rose
water made strenuous efforts to get bills
through the legislature which would per
mit the city to Mo this work, but they
failed to pasa
One of these, the bill to give the city
the right to order any it rent resurfaced
within 4,000 feet of the court house, died
because of the neglect Of the senators.
The other one, asking authority for the
city to Issue 1200,000 In bonds mot the
The city engineer will get the asphalt re
pair plant In operation some time, this week.
He plans to put Howard street In good
repair from Tenth street to Sixteenth,
South Sixteenth from the viaduct to Fnr-
nam etreet. Farnnm streft from Eighteenth
street west to Fortieth, and then omo
street, probably Thirty-ninth, from Far
nam north to Cuming street. Work will
also be done on Cuming street. This will
establish a main line from the east to the
west part of the city and from north to
south. Sixteenth street and Sherman ave
nue being In good repair.
Lonsrer Than That Mere.
. "In Washington, where weather condi
tions are favorable for the wear of as
phalt paving, the streets are allowed to lie
only on an average twenty-one years with
out resurfacing," said Mr. Rosewater.
"Here, where our heat and co d extremes
are great and sudden, where there 1 leak
age of gas from under the street and where
other things militate against the life and
usefulness of asphalt paving, we allow our
streets to !le longer than that In fact, we
let them lie until they are worse than useless.
The asphalt paved streets In the cen
tral business psrt of the city have been
In use for between twenty and twenty-four
years. They cannot be patched with rrnflt.
They need complete repair andt resurfacing
with renewal of the concrete base.
Since the failure to pass the bills In the
legislature there ts only one way to put
the streets In repair during the next two
years until the legislature meets again.
That way la by petition.
"We have calculated that It will cost
only JlfiO for each buslnes lot to put the
paving In practically new condition and
make It good for at least twenty years. I
would advocate paving about eight feet
next to the curb with vitrified brick or
stone and only the strip of street used for
through travel with asphalt. In the sum
mer horses stand In the gutter on the
soft asphalt and the water runs down
there and that Is where the rotting sets In
"Some of the business men hould get
together and have committees appointed
to attend to this. The city engineer's office
will gladly furr.lEh plats of the streets and
property owners, bo that petitions for re
pavlng In this economical manner may be
BEE SPREADS VALUABLE NEWS
Congratulations for Correct Crop He
ports Printed In Columns
of This Paper.
Streets Wednesday night. The hearing was
st for Tuesday morning.
Scenery for Streets of VarlB Scenery
for the new attraction, "Streets of Psrls,"
'"being Installed In ,the Auditorium In
order to give the merchant of Omaha an
Idea' as to the magnitude of the scheme
anV, to make selections of space for con
. cessions. Scenery showing street scenes Id
Jr'arls will occupy the entire floor apace of
the. Auditorium as well as-the stage and a
miniature Eiffel tower and Vendome place.
The attraction has been brought to Omaha
at great expense and the attendant car
jtfilval will be held at the Auditorium for
ll wo weeks beginning May 20.
Ksasnra Too Short Charles H. Rod
man, 2010 North Twenty-third street, and
; The Knock-out Blow.
' ' The blow which knocked out Corbett
ras revelation to the rrizo fighters.
'Irom the earliest days of tho ring tha
'lniock-out blow was aimed (or tho jaw,
the templo or the Jugular vein. Stomach
punchog were thrown tn to worry aud
wc .iry the flchter, but 1 a scientific man
'fcaJ told onoof tho old fishier that the
aaost vulnerable spot wag tho region (lf
'the stomach, ho'd bovo laughed at ti'm
'for in Ignoramus. Dr. Pierre Is bringing
-bouap to tho public ft parallel fact; that
thq sJ xackls iMa moat vulnerable organ
cut o(he prhte ring a well as In It We
,yrotctbur haHfl, throats, feet and lunjra,
iut!fceeSrt;irJh-e oro utterly Indiffer
ent to, until dlsehAunda the solar plexus
end knocks usouC Mnl:o vonr rtomiteh
1 1 1 MbiiLiv u-t
cures' "Srtc stomaru," Indigestion, or
dyspepsia, torpid liver, bu4, thin and Ira-
uro uiuuu ana oiucr a ureases ei iue or
I gans of digestion and nntrftlon.
TheGolden Medical Discovery" has a
Is.nojMU et W t i V mffjt nivin TI irtiiiMi
''urlrjeg and hoace ci'.rcs catarrh, so
tatter where located or what stage It
4jMf have reached. In Kasal Catarrh It
J u well to cleanse the pastnges with Dr.
fringe's Catarrh Remedy Quid while using
tb. 'Discovery as ft constitutional rcm
H'hi the 'Uolden Medical Dlscor-
-rsry vuaw vwimiui uiauiMCS, as Ol IQO
'stomach, bowels, bladder and other pelvic
organs will be plain to you If yon will
rsad ft booklet of ei tract from the writ
ing of eminent medical authorities, ea
doratrur Its ingredient and explaining
'their curative propertle. It mailed
' en request, Address Dr. R.V. Pierce,
buffalo, N. Y. This booklet gives all the
Ingredients entering fnto Dr. Pierce's
medicine from which It will be tern that
they contain not ft drop of alcohol, pure,
tm!e-rened glycerine being nsed In lead.
Dr. Pierce's great thonsand-page lllua
Arttod Common be nee Uedtr&l Adviaas
le l.l be seus tree. papeobtNind, for 21 one
'Iit staic paypr rkth-bound fug ll I' m vi
sili Ires UlluwM above.
one of the South Omaha packing houses.
RIVALRY ON THE TRADE TOUR
Omaha Mast Compete with Rait Lake
sal Portland for North
An element Increasing the interest In the
coming trade extension excursion of Omaha
"boostera" to the northwest territory has
been caused by the fact that competition
will be had with merchants from Salt Lake
City and Portland, who will hold trsds ex
cursions in the territory covered by the
Omaha excursion prior to the advent of
the Omaha merchants.
Merchants from Salt Lake City will hold
an excursion through Vtah and Idaho be
ginning May 19 and the Portland merchants
will take an extended trip through Oregon
and Idaho In June. Omaha will have to
compete with these) excursions and make
Inroads Into the work accomplished.
It is confidently expected the reputation
of Omaha in similar esses will be sustained
and the Impression given by one hundred
representative merchants of "the market
town" will counteract the trad effect of
the excursions of the other cities who have
PLATOF CUT-OFF LAKE PARK
Description of Sew Resort Filed by
Board with the City
The Park commission filed with the city
clerk Monday a plat of the land which It
desires the city to acquire for public park
purposes at Cut-Off lake. The plat shows
i a tract of land extending around tha north
end of the lake beginning at Locust street
on the west side and running around tha
north end and down to Avenue F, East
Omaha, on the caat side of the lake. Thla
tract varle In width at different places, j
It include till of the North Omaha addi
tion. The Ice houses are not Included, but
a narrow strip runs around behind them
connecting the park tract In this way.
A main entrance would be at Ames ave
nue, running off from Sherman avenue.
It Is proposed to get the title to the tract
and then to lay It out In a park. The city
Is to b asked to furnish the authority to
ask the people for a bond Issue.
FIRST OF SCHILLER'S PLAY
German Amatenrs Present 'Die
Rssker" at tho Boyd ta an
"Pie Rauber' (The Robbers), the first
production of Schiller's pen. wss given in
German Sunday night at Boyd' theater
by local German talent, under the auspice
of the Schiller Monument committee. Th
charactera a sketched are full of youth
ful vigor. The scene ts laid In Germany
during the middle ages. The reigning
count, von Moore, has two sons, Karl and
Fran. Karl, the first born, Is hi father"
favorite, while Franx, the younger la phy
sically and mentally deformed a sort of
Richard the Third. Karl and Amelia are
betrothed, and while Karl Is away to school
his brother hatches a plot to wrest from
him Amelia and to rob him of the suc
cession -which by .right of birth Is his by
Ingeniously spreading the report that Karl
Is leading the life of a libertine at col
lege. . The father has Franx writ hi
brother a letter which amount to a dis
inheritance, and shuts off any further fi
nancial aid. The letter reaches Karl at a
psychological moment Just after Splegel
berg, a flighty but treacherously Inclined
fallow, has proposed that the student
should organise themselves Into a band of
robbera to compel the rich to disgorge some
of their ill gotten gains, and Karl, tn his
desperate frame of mind, falls In with th
scheme and Is mad the chief, and they
sully forth to rob and plunder. Frans, at
home, make several unsuccessful attempt
to get his father out of the way. and
finally has him shut up In a tower. He
also tries to win Amalia'a love, but falls.
One day Karl returns home In disguise.
He is determined to test Amelia's love and
she gives ample proof that she still loves
him. Karl liberates the man In the tower
without knowing It Is his father. He then
recognize him and learns of Frant's crime.
Franx is made a prisoner and placed In th
tower. Since Amalta csnnot marry a rob
ber chief she prefers death by her lover'
hands. Karl 1(111 Amalla and offer him
self up to the authorities.
The character of Frans was well taken
by Oscar Niemann. While It la art un
grateful role, he acted It In a manner that
brought forth many manifestations of ap
proval. Miss Marie Breler as Amalla was
good both In her Interpretation of the part
and In her acting, and was encored re
peatedly. Philip Andres played th part
of Count von Moore in an acceptable manner.
LITTLE B0YSR0B UNCLE SAM
Two Children Confess to Looting Moll
Boxes Detective (let Re
ward tor Arrest. '
SECOND DEATH AGAINST HIM
Grnve , fhnrg Hang Over Head of
George Breekner, Yonth of
Coroner Prnlley held an Inquest Friday
afternoon over the body of Frank Dubus,
who died n the result of a wound received
Friday morning, April 2. Death occurred
at the County hospital Saturday evening.
The man was first taken to the South
Omaha hospital, but last Thursday or Fri
day was transferred to the County hos
pital. He died of Infection of some nature.
The Vound In Itself, though serious, wa
not thought dangerous. It gave Dtibuc
considerable pain the first few day and
there was loss of considerable blood be
fore the arteries were taken up. The
wound was sustained In a fight or scuffle
at the Omaha Packing plant with George
Breekner. Twelfth and Polk street.
1 Breekner was arrested Sunday afternoon,
but no charges have been filed against him.
The recommendation of the county attor
ney after he receive the verdict of th
coroner's Jury will be awaited. Breekner
claims the wound wa accidental, but that
thibuc wa In the act of striking him. He
Otto Hyland, 2501 Hlmebaugh avenue, and
Harry Krenovnlre, 522 North Twenty-sixth
street, two little boys, aged 12 and 11
years, respectively, are In deep trouble , Uwy hRJ .ooUnl(.. a tha
wun tnciem, ,mv...B wucarc. w for(.noon Bnd pa,,!,,.. oTto and Dubuo
btng rural mail boxes west of Benson ha, ftt ,ajIt Decom. an(fry. Brenkner wa
Thuraday of last week, and the? are now breaklnB ,pga , the klUm. bed, and WM
In the hands of the juvenile authorities constantly using his knife. As Dubuo
waiting to see what the government's Btruck he attempted to ward off th blow
agents will do with them. Meanwhile, De
tecttves McDonald and Donohoe, who ef
fected the capture of the little fellows, art
elated over the prospects of being awarded
1200 for each of the prisoners, which tha
Postal department has standing' for the
capture and conviction of any persons
stealing from mall boxes.
The boys were arrested by the detectives
Monday on a charge of having stolen a
watch belonging to the brother of one of
them and attempting to pawn It. and
J. E. Buckingham, assistant general pas
aens'Ar invent of tha Ttnrlinirf on Is in m.
celpt of many congratulatory letters for I fter they were aken lnt0 CU9J1todjr tha
the Interview which was published In The
Bee Saturday setting forth the conditions
In the western part of the state. Here la
one of the letter:
BENKELMAN. Neb., Mr. J. E. Buck
ingham. Assistant General Passenger
Agent, Omaha Dear Sir: I wish to thank
you for your truthful account of crop
conditions In southwestern Nebraska and
northwestern Kansas, as related In The
Bee of today. Winter wheat in Dundy
county, Nebraska, and Cheyenne county,
Kansas, was up fully Ave Inches last
Wednesday afternoon, as noted by personal
observation, a ad the subsequent magnifi
cent snowfall ha given th cereal added
Impetus. Old farmers who are extensive
wheat growers In this region declare they
never heve had a better outlook for a
"bumper" crop of wheat .than what at
present prevails. Any remarks eulogistic
of crop conditions and prospects In this
section cannot bo exaggerated. We are
"deliriously" happy and the sequent smile
Is observed on the countenances of all
farmer. Kespectfully vnurs,
WILL C. ISRAEL.
The Burlington soil and crop report of
conditions In Wyoming and on the Wyo
ming division In Nebraska for last week
shows th soil Is In first-class condition
with half an Inch of rain and four Inches
of snow east of Curtla. The growth of
wheat was retarded by cold weather, Al
though there Is a Ane stand on the Ster
ling division with the wheat) from three to
six Inches high. Oat did not make much
headway. Fruit ha been badly dealt with
by the. weather and there la little prospect
of any kind of a crop.
Garden truck is growing nicely on the
Sheridan division, but potato planting la
being delayed on the Guernsey division.
The cold weather Is Interfering with suc
Theodore W. Vail, Formerly of Omaha
Become President of Lara-
v Corporation. - '
Theodore N. Vail is receiving congratu
lations from hla old-time friends in Omaha
over his election to the presidency of the
American Telephone and . Telegraph com
pany. As th company I a successful one
and has a paid up capital of tlSO.0P0.0Cid, thj
position of president la on of which any
wan.haa a right to take great pride In.
OFFICIALS TO BE LENIENT
Ko Proaecntlone Will Follow Vow
I. aw V'ntll Reasonable Period
Until a reasonable time ha elapsed to
permit compliance with the law there will
be no prosecution under th measure
passed by tha last legislature to require
foreign corporation to file the nam of
agents upon whom service of process may
be had. Th certificates are sUll being
Aled st the office of th register of deeds
and a number of inquiries about th law
Is being received every day." Owing to
the fact so little is known of the law
County Attorney English will not begin
any prooecuttons until all corporations
bave had a chance to comply. Bo far all
corporation have shown a willingness to
Die the required certificate a soon as
their attention la called to the law.
Tho Prloo of Peaeo.
Th terrlbie itching and amartlng, Itv.
dent to certain akin disease. Is almost In
stantly allayed by applying Chamberlain
halve. kTioa, cent.
more serious crime was disclosed. They
could not long deny their guilt and a con
fession was easy. Assistant Probation Offi
cer Carver called at the city Jail and
took the prisoners away and the postofflce
Inspector took up the matter of prosecut
WOODMEN GO TO JAMESTOWN
Head Officers Leave for Sovereign
Lodge lleetlnc In Old Vir
The Omaha delegates of the Woodmen
of the World left Monday for the meeting
of the sovereign body, which will be held
at Jamestown. Vs., beginning May 14.
The delegates are: J. C. Root, sovereign
commander; J. T. Yatea, aoverelgn clerk;
Dr. A. D. Cloyd and Dr. I. W. Porter,
sovereign physicians; B. W. Jewell, ov
erelgn watchman; H. J. Root, assistant
sovereign commander; Ed Walsh, head
consul; Earl Stiles, past head consul, and
A. H. Be met t, attorney general.
At thla meeting the laws will be revised
and officers elected for the next term. The
reports of the sovereign ' officers will be
submitted to the body. Indicating the prog-
by raising his right arm. in which wa
tlir knlfs. The wound waa the result.
Breekner is a boy of 19. He will be re
membered as the boy who accidentally shot
and killed Arthur Kuhn about two years
ago. The Jury exonerated him of guilt In
that affair. He seemed much grieved when
arrested that he should again have been
the cause of a man's death. Ho Is a
young fellow of good appearance, rather
Bnd Btomaeh Tonhlo Cored.
Having been tick for th last two year
with a bad stomach trouble, a friend gave
me a doae of Chamberlain' Stomach and
Liver Tablet. They did me so much good
that I bought a bottls of them and have
used twelve bottle In all. Today 1 am
well of a bad stomach trouble. Mra John
Lowe, Coopee, jlalne.
Mangum & Co.. LETTER SPECIALISTS.
Annonneeraent of tho Theaters.
At the owning of the box office at Boyd's
theater this morning considerable enthu
slnsm was manifested over the coming May
fesMval, which will take place on Wedne
day evening, Thursday afternoon and
Thursday evening. Some excellent results
were obtained by the leader on Sunday
afternoon, Mr. Cuscaden and Mr. Pennl
man, rehearsing alternately their respec
tive parts. Mra. Read, soprano; Mis
Wlrthlln, contralto, and Mr. Miller, tenor,
will arrive tomorrow, so as to he her for
the full rehearsal at th Boyd on Tuesday
evening. Mr. Cunningham, baritone, who
has an engagement In Detroit tonight, will
not be able to get here before Wednesday.
Carlo Fischer, 'cellist, will arrive on
General sale of seats will open tomorrow
BEER Our Nation's Beverage contain hat
about St pr cent ef Alcebol.
Is brewed and aged on honor.
Full . of character and beer body.
A hop tonic, malt nourishment
and delicious beverage, all in one.
Try any of these brands
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it in modest gray over plaids; or darlt blue
worsteds with dainty pin-point effect in white
not too fancy, just nght for moot men. Ws
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number of these suit. W would rather have
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Thlg ! your opportu
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to May 18 antrfune 8 to 15. 1997
rounditrlp ticket will
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good la either Pullman
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ing ear and offer all
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'Phone Douglaa IS 4.
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health, bat are being kept bark by your
skepticism growing out of wasting time
and money with those who treat but never
cure. Banish all doubts and avail your
self of the service of th honest, skill,
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W treat men ealy sad cor srowttWly,
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