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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, fAY 11. 1007.
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Don't deny your self the com
fort of that weU-dressed feeling
by waiting to save up for cloth
ing yon need for yourself We
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See our display of Men's Suits at
These. Suits are made by the
best tailors, thoroughly hand
made throughout, and the fab
rics are of the hardest wearing
and would cost you from $5 to
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Buy Them on the Easy
. Don't Forget Our Complete
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The Leading Credit Clothiers
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ROUIID TRIP RATES FROM OMAIIA
Ban Francisco and Log Angclea, Dally until May 18th,
and June 8th to 16th
One way rla Portland
San Francisco and Los Angeles, June 22 to July 5
One way via Portland, June 20 to July 12
Baa Francisco, Loa Angeles, Portland and Seattle, Juno 1 to Sept 15 . .
One way via Shasta Route
Portland and Seattle, June 20 to July 12
Spokane, Vh, June 20 to July 12 ....
Spokane, Mash., June 1 to September 16
Dutte and Helena, June 1 to September 15
Yellowstone Park Tonr, June 7 to September 12
Salt Lake City and Ogden, June 1 to September 30.
Glenwood Springs, Colo., June 1 to September 30
Dearer, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, June 1 to September 30 .
Cody, Wyo June 1 to September 30
AVorland, Wyo., June 1 to September 30.
Thermopolls, Wyo., June 1 to September SO
Sheridan Wyo., June 1 to September 30
Doadwpod and Lead, 8. 1)., June 1 to September 80
Hot Springs, S. !., June 1 to September 30
Chicago, 111., June 1 to September 30
St. Louis Mo., June 1 to September 80
Mexico City, Mex., dally until May 18; June 8 to IB; June 20 to July 12,
Jamestown Exposition, dally until November 80 (limit December IB). .
Jamestown Exposition, dally until November 80 (limit sixty dayg)
Jamestown Exposition, daily until November 20 (limit fifteen days)
NOTE: Jamestown Exposition rates with side trips include New
York, Boston and Eastern cities with diverse routes.
Atlantic City, N. J., May 80 to June I
Saratoga, N. Y., July 8 to 8
Philadelphia, Pa., July 11 to 18
Better call or write and let ma help you plan your trip.
J. B. REYNOLDS, CITY PASSENGER AGENT.
1302 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.
Telephone Douglas 3 5 SO.
S, & S. STILL FREE OF TRUST
Independent Taakert Hot Yet Swallowed
TJp by ef Combine.
OFFICIAL OF SWIFT L CO. AUTHORITY
cloio Says l to Date Hla Ctimrs
lias Mot Secure Coatrel of
the Firm of SchwarchUd
The Beef trust has not swallowed up
Schwartxchlld St Sulzberger. The rumor
wafted In from the east a story to the
effect that Swift tt Company had se
cured possession of more than a majority
of the 60,000 shares of the independent
conoern. The Independent company con
trols the meat business east of Chicago.
It Is the third largest of the meat packing
concerns of the country.
The report originating- in the east quoted
J. N. Sulzberger as saying the success of
the trust in getting possession of mors
than 20,000 shares of the company's stock
was due chiefly to the fact that the vice
president had sold out 7.000 shares which
he held. This vice president Is Frederick
Josephs, who' worked up from the very
bottom of the ladder to the vice presidency
and then did what such men are supposed
to do only in story books. married the
daughter of Mr. Schwartzchlld.
According to Mr. Sulzberger the' trusts
holdings of the stock of the independent
concern totalled In excess of 20.000 of the
60,000 shares on January 1. of this year.
This was discovered when the SuUbergers
found that the trust had an extraordinary
knowledge of the business of the Bchwara
chlld & Sulzberger firm. ' An investigation
showed that the trust interests controled
nearly half of the stock.
Swifts Are Skeptical.
Officers of the Bwlft company in South
pmaha expressed skepticisms regarding
the efforts of their company to get con
trol of the independent concern. All of
them admit, however, that the Bchwara
chlld St Sulzberger la the greatest com
petitor of the trust, not only in the east,
but in the western field, which they invade
"I consider this rumor has little founda
tion in fact," said Mr. Johns of the Swift
and company plant. "Some of the leading
officials of the firm may have Information
to that effect, but none of the under men
know of it. I know that up to date at
any rate Swift St Company have not
seoured control of the Independent Com
pany because Schwanchlld & Sulzberger
are our keenest competitors and It Is a real
competition that costs thousands of dollars
Mr. Howe of Armour St Co. and others in
South Omaha believe the story Is without
IHEN alighting from a street car never
pass behind it without making sure
that a car is not approaching from the
opposite direction. Failure in this precau
tion may result in fatal injuries. : :. :
ASSIST US 111 AVOIDING ACCIDENTS
Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Railway Co.
ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE a
Csttals Cur Cr Tlrad, Hot, fUhlna, Feet VJXsOCwJJx
Sta KQT ACCEPT A 9 U BS T TUT Jf
MUSICAL FESTIVAL ENTHUSES
Afternoon Recital and Oratorio of
Elijah In Evening- Greatly
The artists' recital given Thursday after
noon at Boyd's theater as the second
program of the May muslo festi
val was a delight In every way. The bouse
was crowded and the audience was en
thusiastic and responsive.
Mr. Carlo Fischer, a cellist of rare
ability and charm, opened the program
with Max- Bruck's Jewish prayer, "Kol
Nldrel," a composition Impressive In Its
dignity and full of an Intense sadness.
Mr. Fischer has a full, satisfying tone; his
technique is sure and he plays with great
intelligence and insight. His Interpretation
of the prayer waa very effective. As an
encore he played "Serenade," by Popper.
The aria "Love Sounds the Alarm"
(Acts and Qalaten), Handel, was sung
with fine control, classical feeling and
finish by Mr. Miller. His voles Is a true
tenor of very pleasant timbre and has
been well trained. His group of songs
was "Lens" (Hlldack). "Li Mes Vers"
(Hahn) and "Awakening" (Mrs. A. O.
Mason) and were received with genuine
pleasure and enthusiasm. He Is very sin
cere in his work and gives of his best.
He was obliged to respond with two en
cores. One, the ever lovely "Drink to Me
Only With Thine Eyes," and then "111
Sing Thee Songs of Araby." Mr. Miller
has a good sense of tone color. His work
holds one's interest. For one thing I
criticize him he left the stage after every
appearance before Madame Borghlum. I
may not be up on the ethical code. I
noticed Mr. Fischer's quiet courteousness
upon this point.
Miss Wlrthlln's work of the afternoon
created a wonderful amount of enthus
iasm. She has a voice that Is rich and
harmonizing In quality and she uses It
after the manner of the great artists,
sounding Us depths of quality and color.
She baa a big personality and a warm
musical temperament. There Is a spark
of the true fire In her singing. Her first
number was the "Arlosa" (Handel), which
she gave with dignity and breadth;
Brahm's "Der Schmied" was charmingly
sung. In the "Nussbauns" of Schumann
Miss Wlrthltn did some exquisite mezxo
volce work; calm and quiet and of a
lovely quality. The group of songs by H.
Clough-Lelghter was most interesting. In
the last. "My Lover, He Comes on the
Bkee," there Is delicate work, and In the
end a stunning climax. Miss Worthlln
was obliged to give this song twice; her
voice and her art seemed mads tor It.
Mr. Fischer's group of numbers waa eag
erly listened to. "Wldmung," of Popper,
was full of feeling. "The Swan," of Baint
Saens was ths gem. How tenderly and
exquisitely he played It I The muted strings
gave it a dreamy, etherlal atmosphere. The
audience demanded Its repetition would
have been glad to hear It a third time.
The scherzo of Via Goens was a triumph
of technical skill and of great attractive
ness besides. It waa crisp and formed a
good contrast to "Le Cygne."
Madame Borglum did the most splendid
work all through ths program. The
artiats seemed to inspire each other.
Madame Borglura's playing waa evn be
yond what her admirers have come to
take from her as a matter of course. Some
of the accompaniments were Intricate al
most to unreasonableness. She surmounted
all ths difficulties with ease and grace and
accomplished some stunning climaxes.
In the evening the Boyd was filled very
promptly at 8 o'clock. The chorus, or
chestra and soloists were in their places
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Most of our hcmefurnlshlngs are made specially for
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reliable and dependable and every purchase means
not only absolute satisfaction but an absolute sav
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20-pJpce genuine "Wm. Rogers"
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This Complfte OntHf.
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Every nig Is thoroughly guaranteed.
Terms I 91.89 oash; SOo weekly.
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n , 11.75
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This refrigerator Is one of
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Mttered w aeons.
for the commencement of Mendelssohn's
great oratorio, "Elijah." It was very evi
dent that most of the hard study had been
put upon this work. The orchestra and
chorus did infinitely better sing-in and
playing than In 'The Fair Ellen." There
was sympathy between the conductor an4
his people, and the feeling of control
through much of the Interpretation. There
were plaoes where things went roughly, but
there were also many where the effects
were good. The muslo of "Elijah" is most
beautiful. It was a pleasure to renew ac
quaintance with it.
The soloists were wonderfully satisfac
tory and carried their roles with earnest
ness and enthusiasm.
Mrs. (Read appeared to splendid advantage
In the soprano work. Her solos "Help
Me, Man of Qod." and "Hear Te, Israel,"
were given with good style and a liquid
true tone. Her recitatives as the Angel
were full of an exquisite beauty; also her
part In the quartet, "O Come, Everyone
Miss Wlrthlln did fine work, but not as
artistic and finished as thst of the after
noon. There was a certain quality and
ethertalness of tone used constantly In her
songs which she did not employ In her
oratorio work, a tenderness that left one
very deeply stirred. There was a sug
gejtlon of It at the very end of "O. Rest In
the Lord." She fulfilled her part very ad
mirably. Her solo "Woe Unto Them" waa
Mr. Miller was at hla nest In the won
derful tenor solo, "If With All Tour
Hearts." He gave it with repose and finish.
What a pity Mr. Cunningham had a cold!
He has a personality to be reckoned with.
His "Elijah," even handicapped as he was,
was vastly impressive In Its dignity and
dramatic force. His singing "over his cold"
was a lesson to students, but It seemed too
bad to put such a voice through the strain.
Toward the end of the evening It was
necessary to omit certain solos and
choruses. His voice absolutely would not
stand the tax upon it. Already he bad es
tablished his artistic identity. Kls singing
o Is ItoouaM was his moat finished
and finely balanced solo showed more real
art. M. I
LETTERS FROM BEE READERS
Edta Myers Takes Exeeptlona to
Beport Sent Oat from
Contributions on timely topics are In
vited from readers of The Bee. Com
munications should be written legibly
on one side of the paper only snd ac
companied by the name and address of
the writer. The name will not be used
If the writer asks that It be withheld.
Unused communications' will not be re-
turned. Correspondents sre sdvlsed to
limit their letters to 3u0 words or they
will be subject to being cut down to
that limit at the discretion of the edi
tor. rubllcaUon of views of correspond
ents must not be taken to commit The
Uee to their endorsement
Ready to Help the Boy.
OMAHA, May 7-To the Editor of The
Bee; The attached I clipped from The Bee
Kllneral Water 1
of the 26th ultimo., and confess that in an
occasional contribution to the boy who
shlned my shoes I never dreamed that the
money would fall into the pocket of his
When it Is shown that the parties who
thought they were giving an occasional
nickel to a hard-working boy were con
tributing In this single Instance 196.70 to
his employer. It strikes me. If the decision
stands, that the practice of tipping to boot
blacks will be summarily discontinued.
However, I cannot believe that Judge Les
lie's decision Is good law, and feel that
In Justice to this boy, and others who find
themselves In like circumstances, the mat
ter should be taken to a higher court.
Therefore, If The Bee or some one of Its
patrons who feel Interested In struggling
boys will start a subscription looking to
employing an attorney to appeal the case
to court of last resort. I shall be pleased
to contribute a part at least. I should
very much Uke to learn of this decision be
ing reversed, since, as at present, it strikes
me that Its restricts the field of opportuni
ties for the boy and discourages an at
tempt on his part to be energetic and skill
ful, and Is caluclated to dwarf his ambi
tion. FOR THE BOY.
Judge Ieslle yesterday afternoon decided
the employer if bootblacks mlKht demand
and ketp "tips" received fruii customers
by his bootblacks. The question was raised
In a suit brought by fhrist trol, a Orerk
bootblack. atfaliiHt Alex and Agelu t.'aJo
sumis and Bteven and tltorge Abarroteii,
who ruu several slUnlng parlors In the
business part of the city. Cor.: was re
quired by his employers to turn over to
them dally all the money he received "on
the side." At the end of his term of serv
ice he demanded It back, asserting he had
given It to them only for safe-keeping. Tiie
amount was tluC.iu, according to the reourd
he kept in lu account Ik- k. The tips
amounted to from til to $18 a month. His
employers asserted thy paid the buy !6
a month ami gave him his board snd A
clothes, in aaultion iylns' his doctor s bills
and eipennes when he was sick.
and there were other signs of violence. The
pockets were turned Inside out. A nuie
was found, which bore the address, "Joe
Mangol. Kansas City, Mo." A raor was
found near the body and It was evident the
robbers had shaved their victim to prevent
The Price cf Feaee.
The terrible Itching and smarting, lnrV
dent to certain skin diseases. Is almost In
stantly allayed by applying Chamberlains
Balve. iTloe, 36 cents.
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I'oat Lilspatch from I'uquoin, 111., says: j
The aeaii txMiy or a man oeiieveu
1 lie aau ixmy or . uiuii uiibvsu u ua
Joseph Mangol, reputed to be a wealthy )
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