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THE OMAIIA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY. MAY 21, 1007.
DRlfcF CITY NEWS.
Sew B tor New goods. Clothing for
men and woman, hats, ahoei, furniture.
:arpts, drapers, stove. Cash or rredlt.
Union Outfitting Co.. 1J1 5-17-18 Farnam.
SttN of State ralr The dates for the
Mate fairs ar-' For Nebraska, the first
eek in September; for Iowa, the Inst week
In August; for Wyoming. September U to
17, Inclusive; South Dakota, the sxcond
week In September, and for Kansas, the
third week In September.
Zarna Her Own Living 1,1.1a Porti r ha
berun suit In district court against James
Porter, charging he fotced her by his cru
elty to go back to her mother two years
Mo. She says she has earned her own liv
ing for a Ions; time and has even given him
money since they separated.
Burglar. Unlock a Door Burglars en
tered the home of C. A. Anderson. IKrt
South Nineteenth street, some time be
tween 4 o'clock p. m. and midnight Sunday
and made away with a big haul of s.lver
ware. Jewelry, rings, lockets end other
trinkets. Entrance was secured by unlock
ing a door.
ZrfMkinr for lost Brother Mrs. P. O.
Lewis of Marseilles, III., has written the
postmaster at Omaha ask Ins; for Informa
tion relative to her brother, P. J. Doyle,
who has been missing for several years.
The last heard from him was several years
ago In Omaha, when he was employed by
ome harness firm.
Jubilee Manufactory The Jubilee Man
ufacturing company has filed with the
county clerk an amendment to Its articles
of Incorporation Increasing the capital stock
to 1100,000. The amended articles were
signed by A. F. Glllet, president; M. Flam
Riant, vice president and treasurer, and J.
Q. Burgnet, secretary.
City Loses Small Damages A verdict
for S200 was returned Monday In the case
of Oordan A. Ruth against the city of
Omaha. Ruth, who is a minor, was Injured
June n, 1906, by stepping Into a hole In the
sidewalk on the north side of Ohio street,
between Twenty-second an Twenty-fourth.
H asserted the city was liable for the bad
condition of the sidewalk, lie sued for
nit Against Btrset Railway The suit
of Bertha Mlerendorff against the street
railway company for 15,000 damages was
begun before Judge Day Monday morning.
Mrs. Melerendorff is 54 years old and she
ays while she was alighting from a car at
Seventeenth and Leavenworth streets the
car started suddenly and she was thrown
to the pavement, sustaining serious in
juries. letters la a Wreck A bunch of several
letters In a badly dllnptdnted condition was
received Bt Omnha Monday morning from
some tolnt In Tennessee. The letters had
evidently bet-n In a railroad wreck happen
ing In Tennessee some time after May IS.
The letters look as If they had been sub
merged In water, as the stamps have nil
been soaked off and the envelopes opened
and apart from the action cf water. The
letters were addressed to Omaha parties
from points in TennesSeer.
Boston Oreen BtiU Bslgns To give It
every convenience of the courts of tbe an
cient kings, a court Jester was on the list
for police court Monday morning. He had
been arrested on the Sabbath day for being
Intoxicated and lytng on the sidewalk and
was booked under the name of Jester Turk.
He secured his freedom on bonds, however,
and was too. much, ashamed! to present him
self at the proper time for trial. The tribu
nal was therefore obliged to go without the
Innovation and all Jesting will be left to
Boston Green as In the past.
Br. and Bit. A. O. Smith BVetura Mr.
and Mrs. A, C. Smith returned Monday
Those people in the east think our croDS
are all; gne 6Ut heny1'. said Mr. Smith,
' ana l, spent considerable of my tlma In
showing them where they were wron and
that the west it all light In the matter of
Crops. 'I told them Just, "how It was that
we had hod some cold weather which had
put the crops back a ocuple of weeks, but
, Salts are Nature's
Ideal cathartics. The
bowels are moved
tfently by a natural
without pain or bad
It Is an acknowled
ged fact that Ilunyadl
Janos Water Is much
superior to any other
kind of Laxative in
drud form. . 1
SEASONS WHY BEST:
bottles are consumed
annually does not
this fact say more
than any . other argu
Especially as this
reliable Water has
been In use all over
tho world for nearly
half a century.
A p$tai to 130 Fulton
Street, Xew York, xrillbrii.g
V ' I 4 t . I
fyi d-lnk on arising
by half a glass
that the warm weather was now at hand
and all would be well." Mr. Smith has re
covered from his sickness.
Waw Clothing Atoze Coming -The sps'-e
on the second floor of tne Bushman block
at Blsteenth and Douglas streets, now oc
cupied hy Rinohart, the photographer, has
been leased by F. D. Wesd to the People's
nothing company of Columbus. O. The
lease becomes effective July 1. when Mr.
Rinehert will remove his establishment to
the Weed building at Seventeenth and Far
nam streets snd the People's compnry will
open with a full line of clothing for men.
women and children. The clc thing com
pany operates a chain of syndicate stores
In several elites In the east and will re
model the rooms In the Pushman block to
j meet the new requirements.
Borne Old Complaint Th usual spring
I grist of complaints that 'armers and others
are plowing tip country roads for garden
! patches Is pouring In upon the county com
; mlxsloners. ,One of them, received Monday.
' relates to the road' leading from Benson
,t past the Cntholle orphanage. The com
missioners last year notified the road over
seers In each precinct to put a stop to
this praotlce.t and even more stringent
orders will be Issued this year on the
Becker Olnb Invites McXlnley The Mr
Klnley club of Omaha has been Invited to
go In a body to Milwaukee to attend the
annual picnic of the Becker club, to be
held the last week In June. Colonel John
J. Ryder, who will be speaker of the day
at the picnic, has received a letter saying
the formal Invitation will be forwarded
In a few days. The officers of the Becker
club offer to arrange for special rates for
the Omaha club If It decides to attend.
The Invitation will be taken up by the
club members soon.
More Twenty-elgkt-Hour Cases Suit
was brought by the United States In the
United States' district court Monday morn
ing against the Chicago. Burlington
Qulncy Railroad company for violation of
the twenty-eight-hour law In the trans
portation of a tralnlnnd of sheep from
Aionie ista. uoio., consigned to I'mcago.
It Is alleged In the petition that the sheep
were kept on the cars from January to
January 6, 1907. without feed or water. The
sheep were shipped by Rice A Burnham of
Monte Vista and were first unlonded for
food and water at Burnham, Neb.
FISH HOOKS CATCH MUDHENS
"qvattera Near Cut-Off Ijike Provide
Their Larder vrltk Birds
Did you ever catch the succulent mud,
; iivii wild m noon ana line r i nis is iiiB)
j method employed with great success by;
I members of a colony of squatters on thej
I land of the Terminal Land company pearl
I Eleventh and Lake streets, according to
I the statement of a watchman employed by
I watched the proceedings with much ln-i
terest during the l"jt few day6. j
It Is said that fishing process Is more'
! productive of resrlts than the old-fash- J
I loned habit of blowing off the heads of,
the mud hens with a shotgun,' and Is espe-j
I clblly desirable for use during the closed;
I season, when the slaughter of the hens la
j prohibited and is heralded as the only suc
cessful method or evading .the game laws
It is reported that tho squatters fish for
mud hens In the folowlng manner:' A good
feeding ground In one of the small ponds
In that vicinity Is selected and a muskrat
pile In the center of the pond 1 strewn
with grains of corn. Inside of several of
the groins are concealed small hooks, at
tached to strings leading to the bands of
"fishers," and when the unwary mud, ben
swallows the kernel of corn the line Is
given a sharp pull, with the result ttva.t,
the concealed, hook catches In the bill prj
crop of the fowl, which la pulled Ignomin
ious! y to -the shore, where Its head Is am
putated with a rusty stove lid or other
convenient utensil. ,w
Although the killing of mud hena Is now
prohibited by law. It Is alleged that fishing
for them by hook and line la not provided
for In the game laws, and that the enter
prising fishers are Immune from , arrest.
CROPS ALONG THE BURLINGTON
Grata, Affected by Cold til Some Places,
as Are Fruit and Vege
tables. The Burlington crop, and soli report for
the Wyoming district for the week ending
May IS. shows the soil In good condition
and the crops not suffering for rain.
Wheat Is not doing well on the Alliance
division because of cold, but on the Sheri
dan division it grew an Inch and on the
Sterling division has a good stand and 1.
doing well. Oats are not doing well.
The fruit of -the state has been greatly
Injured by the heavy frosts. Gardens on
the Alliance division are not doing well,
but on the Sheridan division are doing
nicely. On the Sterling division potatoes
are planted except on the Guernsey line.
Beet, are up about ao Inch, but the stands
are poor and some replanting will be neces
sary. The pasture, on all division, are green
and looking well. On the Sheridan division
the shearing I. well under way and re
port, show a much heavier wool crop
than last year, although not a. good qual
ity. The lambing season I. well under
way, but a number of losses reported on
account of the cold weather. Vegetation
I. now making ' good progress and fair
crop, are expected except fruit, which will
make a very .mall crop.
The BurHngton report, .how that a hard
rain fell Bundsy night all the way from
Belmont to ESdgeroont on the Alliance di
vision. Reports show that although the
aeason 1. a trifle backward because of the
continued cold weather that the .oil I. In
good condition and all that I. needed I.
Mangum 4 Co., LETTER SPECIALISTS.
NOT TILL LAW IS IN EFFECT
Railway Coin natation Will Not Act en
Fraction of Cent Proposi
Freight men of the railroads of Nebraska
continued their task of checking freight
rates Monday, In accordtnee with the 14 per
cent reduction which the late legislature
Several minor matters have been pre
sented to the State Railway commission. In
the matter of changes, but the commission
refuses to aot until the law 1. cut Into ef
I feet, July 1. One of these la the matter of
fraction cf a cent. In Kansas when the
legislature reduced the rate, a provision
was made that when the reduction figured
a traction of a cent It would be raited or
lowered to the whole fl;ure to which the
a fraction of a cent. In Kansas when the
it wra mure than 12H oent. It would be
called IS cents, and If les. than XZ centa
It would be called 11 centa The cotnmleoion
has refused to make a ruling on this mat
ter and the clerk, are figuring rates by
Retire at 01s Purchase. "
The Arm of J. L. Brandels A Son. has
Just received word that their New Tork
resident buyer ha. bougrlt an Immense lot
of women', .hlrt waiet suit, at a sacrifice.
The suit, are now on the way and will be
prepared fof'aale at once.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAIIA
Est. Dr. Wheeler Telia Hit Cenrocation
Why its Jeioed tbe Eagles.
PRAISES THE PRINCTltS OF THI ORDER
Aatoa Kratky, Who Fell from the
Vladaet to the raved Roadway of
Ike Stork Yards, Dies as- a
Result of lajarles.
Dr. R, L. Wheeler's sermon on the topic,
"Why 1 Joined the Eagles," was most
heartily received by a large audience last
night at the First Presbyterian church.
woe w ifiumraiv nin meme ine scene
of the lowering of the sheet from heaven
io me Apostle Peter, with the teaching
that the mission of the church was to all
men of whatever nationality, creed or walk
In life. He was enthusiastic In his up
holding of the principles of the order and
declared that no one could take the ob- j
ligations of the order and not be a better j
man. He took up the four fundamental t
words of the ritual, "Liberty, Justice, truth i
and equality," and drew attention to the
prominence which they were given by the
brotherhood. He declared that the spirit
of fraternity which had arisen within the
last 100 years had done more to unify the
people and to elevate the nation than any
other factor. He said he was glad that
the church no longer decried the secret
societies and that a man need not be
ashamed of his connection with the Masons,
the Odd Fellows, the Eagles or any whole
some organization. A large number of the
membership of the order were present and
appreciated the sermon to a high degree.
Many of them waited to express them
selves at the close of the exercises.
Anton Kratkr Dies of Injnrles.
Anton Kratky. "102 W street, died Sun
day morning at t:S0 a. m. as the result of
the fall at the hog chutes of Swift and
Company Saturday afternoon. Kratky left
his home to go to Armour's packing house,
where he worked, to draw his pay. He was
seen by none of his acquaintances until
he was picked up after the fatal Injury.
A boy, one of the hog drivers In the chute
where he fell, saw him strike the ground
and gave the alarm, but he could not tell
whether he fell off the viaduct or off the
fenfe about the chute. It Is thought if
he fell off the high viaduct that his body
would have been more completely crushed
than It was. He died at the South Omaha
hospital without regaining consciousness.
An Inquest will In all probability be held
this afternoon. There are two sons and
.v. j.-k. In ha fnmllv. Three of
A, v., fh. others have
been sent for. The funeral is to be held j
from the residence to the Bohemian Catn- :
church Wednesday morning at I o'clock,
Cnmtrr Clnb Is Popular.
The first week of the season at the South
Omaha club has been a most flattering on
,a. been a most nauenng ess ;
to .the popularity or tne ciuo. . ;
parties have beer iol J rr.o; j h.edln back of the coal lands ac- .
Friday evenlne ; .dance waa a P1" aulre(1 by the Vnion Pacific through pur. I
affair., n tpl e of the, slight rata jr Moh X fraudulent entries is liable to
.h. order ot th Evening Fr.dty ot th." Amplify matter. In Wyoming greatly." ,
week as u wl, l ie thu."ur.umn;era- Mr. Rush. "However, a number of j
Wr.J lAk there Is nothing but practice ! civil suits will be Instituted. The statute 1
alT yet A credltaWe coe have been!0' limitation, ha. run against many of
ad The tennis court bid. fair to be ! these lands and hence the only recourse In
m' . ... ifi tournament many Instances the government will have ;
of the I aea.0n will be held on Memorial day. ! In civil procedure. The federal court at ' lines with fine effect. Miss Louise Mere
The committee Is arranging the player, and I Cheyenne will open July 16. and I presume , dlth, who was deserted by her lover, took
fixing the details for a spirited match.
The cafe was doing a rushing business la.t
evening. Among those who offered dinner i
parties were W. B. Cheek and wife, who
entertained Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wilcox of
n muffs Miss Cherry Wells and Mr.
Ray Wilcox. Mr. and Mrs. George Brewer '
also enterUlnd. pugene, Rose entertained j
Miss Mabel Cheek and Miss Laughlln. !
There were also a number of others. The !
attendance yesterday wa. large. Plan, for ;
the artistic perking of the ground, are ,
-m in nrnrreas.
still in progress.
The Hoctors and the Sterling, of Omaha
broke even In games yesterday evening at
Duffy's park. A double-header was played.
In the first game the Sterlings won with j
a .core oi o io 6. ia n
Moctnrs enloyed a ".watfest," which
netted them seventeen .core, to th. vl.lt-
rinnA Vtltttnr and several Din !
error, were responsible for the high .core
Made City Gossip.
Mrs. J. L. Reed and faor little .on have
returned to Fremont.
Mrs. J. L. Foster of Dubuque. Ia., 1.
the guest of Mrs. J. Arnett.
Men wanted. Sewer work. National Con
tructlon Co.. South Omaha.
Jetter's Gold Top Beer delivered to all
parts of the city. Telephone No. 1
Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds have returned
from a visit of several weeks In Iowa,
Mr.. W. D. Godfrey ha. returned to tne
city after an absence of several weeks.
Dr. Conway expects to visit tne exposi-
tlon at Dublin during he f
- Miss Carrie Wrede has gone to ot. lxmis
where she expects to remain for a week
or two. ' i
J. , B. Arnold of Denver is a visitor In
this city. He Is connected witn tne union
Mrs Anna Murphy. 2414 F street, has
gone to Lincoln to pay a visit to her
J. M. Welch ha. gone on a Business tnp
through the west. He will be absent for :
ten daye, l
Mr. and Mr.. E. W. Crevlston gave a
birthday party In honor for their son Frl-
day evening. h.
Mrs a. Arnett and daughter have re- .
turned to Nebraska City after a visit of a
few weeks here.
The Misses Bernadetto and Edjth Cava- ,
SrMlssteRya1 hOV th '"" '
Mr.. J. M. Ballard ha. returned from .
Clark, 8. D., where she wa. called by the.
death of her daughter.
Miss Ethel Person, of Sioux Cltv Is the
fuest or Mlas fc.ua j nompson. ene will '
e In the city for two weeks. !
It 1. anticipated that the park Inh jtlon
case brought by Mr. Wallweuer will come.
IO trial oaring me preani wem,
of school work Friday afternoon. A large
number of patrons were present. ,
John Flnn has recently established a
prancn cunning nouse in uiun.ous. no
paid the house a visit last week. I
Gustaf Mahaldt left a few days ago for
Stockholm, his Swedish home. It la said !
a siuull fortune awaits him there.
The South Omaha parks were largely
patronised yestcrduy afternoon. Many
strollers were out during the evening.'
The city council meets tonight In regu
lar session. The contract, for the pnving
of Missouri avenue are to be executed.
Mrs. E. B. Towle addressed the boys of
the Lelnad fraternity at the Young Men's
Christian association yesterday afternoon.
James E. Montgomery, a prominent
lumberman of Seattle, Wash.. Is spend
ing a few days In the city visiting friends.
The Board of Education meets tonight
In adjourned session at the high school
building for the purpose of electing teach
ers. W. N. Gates. SIS R street. Is In St.
Bernard s hospital In Council Bluff, suf
fer'ug from a serious affection of tne
Alayflower hive No. !K, Lodles of the
Maccabees, will give a social dance at
Maccabee hall. Thirty-sixth and Q streets,
Thursday. May 23.
Miss Ella Fleming of Tankton. 8. D..
has been visiting friends In South Omaha
while enroute to Chicago to attend the
conservatory of music.
Mrs. George Wright and son have gone
on a tour of the Pacific coast. They will
attend the wedding of her niece at Los
Angeles before returning.
btvtraj games were played by boys'
teams during the afternoon. The Nationals
of South Omaha defeated the Vol Blats
nine of Omaha by a score of T to IS. lot
teries: Byrns und Crawford for the Na
tionals and Morrell snd Halphlne for the
Val Hlafx. Crsaford held the visitors down
to five tits.
The senlcr class of the high school I.
sparing n effort !n rehearsal, costumes and
scenery to perfect its class play, 'Hhe
stoop to Conquer." This is one of Gold
smith's plays and an ambitious effort. Tha
tlaaa iia. been reiieai'slng Xor veraJ
months past. The r'y 'M be given on
VANDALS DESTROY FLOWERS
Redaee to Rata Careful Wark of
Teachers and Pupils ai Frank
Patrons, teachers snd pupils of Franklin
School are very Indignant over what Is de
clared to be a ruthless set of vandalism In
the destruction of flower beds on the
school grounds which have been planted
and cared for by the pupils under the di
rection of the teachers. The flower beds
were destroyed Sunday.
"It was a sad sight and a very discourag
ing picture that met the view of the teach-
ers and pupils Monday morning." said
John F. Daly, discussing the destruction of
the flower beds. "They snw the work ot
on their beautiful flower beds
ruined, not by unmuzzled dugs, but by peo
ple. The floworn the pupils had planted,
watered and tended with such care under
the direction of their principal were luld
waste as If ewept by devastating winds. The
beautiful geraniums those children watched
and covered each evening to guard them
from the frost and which In the early
morning hours the principal would tench
them to uncover and care for before their
school work was begun were In ruins. The
plants were pulled up all along the Frank
lin street front of the school and strewn
along the street. The beds were trampled
evidently by grown persons, as the foot
marks were not of children.
"Miss Hutchlns broke down completely
when she saw the wreck and many of the
children with tear-stained faces aeked.
"Who did that? Who was so cruel as to
destroy our beautiful flowers?'
"In the bright sunshine cf Sunday Frank
lin school and the surrounding grounds
made a lovely picture and many visitors
paused to admire this part of Omaha made
beautiful by the handiwork of the children
but where smiles wee yesterday there are
only children's tears today.
"People of Prospect Hill and vicinity
have many times asked ror police protec
tion for the school. The work of vandal
Ism has occurred Just orre too often and
we will now demand protection as cltl
sens and taxpayers.
"The Prospect Hill Improvement club will
hold nn Indignation meeting at Thirty
third and Hamilton streets Wednesday
evening and It Invites the parents of school
children to be present and take some nation
to protect property and lawful rights."
RUSH SEES END OF COAL CASE
Thinks Deeding Back of I.nnd
Inlon Pacific Will simplify
Asslsta-.i Attorney General Rush has re-
turned from Colorado, where he has been
conuueun w.m..al.u,. '-
grand Jury In Denver in relation to tho
coal land frauds In Colorado. The grand
Jury convened there last Tuesday. As-
atutont IMnrnpv Oenprnl Rush is reticent
tne lana cases win do laiien up at tnat
time. I expect to be there during the term
"I "hall remain In Omaha until after
the hearing on the motion for a new trial
In the Huntington, Hoyt and Todd case.
which Is set for hearing before Judge T. C.
Munger for June 1. It is hardry probable
that any of the Nebraska land cases will i
be tried before the September term of the j
federal courts here. We have not yet de- !
c mea wn.cn or tnerp win oe taaen up nrst.
It I. possible that all of them will be die-i
. . , .
posea or aunng me oep'-emoer term, i ney i
are mostly small cases, wherein but few
entrymen are to be examined, and we shall
be able to dispose of the co.es rapidly."
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is a medl-
of great worth and merit. Try It
SURVIVORS OF COAST WRECK
Four Men on Shrlner Train Tell of
Awful SlaoBbter of Hainan
. F. Bell and W. Tyler, waiters, and A.
Morse and G. Poasjo, cooks on the Ill-fated
dining car on which so many Shriners
were killed In the wreck In California
May 11, were In Omaha Monday morning
nmi.tA r, flileAOTv Thpv renresented
about all the person, who. got out of the
diner alive. Dinner was being served and
there were thirty-two passenger, at tne
tables, of whom thirty were killed.
"I don't know Just how we got out of
ni wrec anvo, B.m mi. x... i
diner was driven on top of the locomotive
by the force of the heavy Pullmans be-
. , . . ,h ,. hn willed were
" i' , " "
burned to death. Beside, the passengers
killed in our car were two waiters, one
dining car conductor and a sleeping car
conductor killed. Tyler smashed a window
. ... ... ...
; above us. and 1 Doostea mm up ana men
'tie pulled me out. I think that Is the way
wa rnt nut slthoneh I Ao not know for
ure Jugt how u a" happened. U was the
wr wrec v" Baw "u U,U!W Pup
had no chance for their lives,
y-e looked for the cause of the wreck
.nd found Jt Drobabiy was s broken froa.
. . , . 7
aa a piece wa. broken off when we Investl-
None of the four who came through
1 Monday was badly crippled, although Hell
had a wrenched back and could hardly
move. He lost all his clothes except thoss
he had on. Including his white Jacket, and
.. . .hl,, h. i nmahi
that was what he aoreln umatii
C? ygit- -vyvyy a. x
BHBR-Our Nation'. Btia has many of the
auulUva properties of milk aad less alcohol tbao cider.
For Stealth's Sake
Try any of these brandswhether on draughi
or in bottles wherever you can
PRIVATE STOCK, WIENER, EXPORT
Tbese Beers are famooe for their
pronounced character. Ybe nourishing prop
crtiej of malt and the tonic qualities of hops
predominate and a distinct Blats flavor is
accomplished by original methods.
Omaha Branch HO 3-10 Dongiaa BU Cor. 8th 8t
Phone Douglas 1081.
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SUNDAY AT THE THEATERS
'Dorethj Vernon of Htddon Hall" tie
Bill Offered at Burwecd.
miss lang Mil fitted for nam: part
Production Is Maaxlve and Beaatlfal
and Play Gels I'laadH ot Tw
Lara and Well rieased
Among the numerous plays that have
their plots laid In the romantic times of
Mary Stuart anJ guien KHz. bcth, "Dorothy
Vcinon of Madden Hall," which Is the bill
at the liurwood this week, w.ll always
maintain a high place because of Its beauty
and grace and the dramatic Interest sus
tained in Its development. Rightfully pro
duced it requires an unusually gorgeous
staging and costuming. This Important
point hits been attended to conscientiously
by Jlr. Woodward In the setting up of the
The part of Dolly Vernon, the beautiful
end capricious daughter of Sir George, who
cioss-es her father's will and threatens to
overthrow thrones In order to mairy Sir
Juhn Manners Insttad of her cousin. Sir
Malcolm Vcinon, requires In Its Interpreter
beauty, vivaciousness and strength of will,
and in these characteristics Miss Eva Lang
is well equipped. She makes a charming
Dolly and was given a flattering reception
by tho audlenco at the opening of her sec
ond week here this season. George Arvlne
gives a satisfactory Interpretation of S.r
John Manners and the love scenes with the
two as principals were well presented. Will
Davis Is well fitted for the port of Sir
George Vermin, the headstrong father, and
Wyrlcy Dirch, as Perkins, the fool, had a
rather Important, though menial role.
In the feminine rortion of the support,
Isadore Martin, as Jennie Faxon, had one
of the Imprrtant places and she was ac
corded a flattering ovation by the audi
ence. Mary Hill and Marie Hudson, two of
the favorites of the Burwoi.d patrons, were
well cast, the former as Queen Elizabeth
und the latter as the queen of Scotland,
whose misfortunes have much to do In the
development of the story.
"Iii PrdJur'' at the Krai,
"The I'wiMi; a play full of heartfelt
lntertst, was n estnied by the Klmure
lucit company at ihe Krug lust nigiu and
Sunday afternoon before packed houses.
Hubert lia look is seen to advantage as
the Hebrew coining dealer and easily
sways the audience to luughter or teara.
His wayward son, Sammy, falls In love
with a fuithiesi married woman, Salome
Wyandotte, and refuses to listen to the
pleadings of his aged father or his former
sweciheurt. He guts hla way and after
many years is found peddling pictures. He
calls on his father for the purpose ot sell
ing htm a picture, and the father asks
hlm t0 niake a .election for him. The
gon selects one entitled "Ths Prodigal's
Burn." A reconciliation is then speedily
effected, and the son marries hi. first
love, who ha. been faithful to him through
all the year- of his unfaith. The stag,
stings a. well ithe mechanical, effects.
are good, while the supporting company
eem. to have been selected for the special
fitness for the parts portrayed. Miss Lydia
Powell as the faithless wife apeaks her
her part well.
Bandar at Krug Park.
Yesterday, the first Sunday of tbe sea
son at Krug park, was marked by a very
large attendunce. It was the first Sunday
since the opening 'of the park seven year.
ago tiat no beer could be purchased within
the enclosure. Lemonade and other
Boft drmks were the only purchasable
mnt preventatlveB. The Inquiries for the
, maU beverac!8 were frequent and
continuou8i but unavaillng. The day wa.
. ' . . ,K,
unlaue and remarkable at tho park on that
The band concerts, afternoon and even
ing, were highly enjoyed by large audi
ences. The two soloists on the program,
H. J. FlumerfeldU. cornet, and M. L.
Jones, xylophone, were encored.
The new cycle swing did a big business,
a. did all the other principal concessions.
The big roller coasts f carried crowds con
tinuously. "Wonderland" has been Im
proved at an expense of $3,000 and It wa.
loudly praised by many patrons.
Do not take a substitute for Chamber
lain'. Cough Remedy. It ha. no equal. i
ABE RUEF PLEA IS ENTERED
Guilty and Yet Not Guilty Says Negro
Who 1. Charged with
"I'll plead guilty, all right, yo' honah.
I didn't tttal, but I'll plead guilty Jess the
William Taylor, colored, 312 North
Twelfth street, wa. charged with the lar
ceny of a hatchet, saw and nails, said to
have been committed about the time Abra
ham Ruef entered his startling plea of
guilty and yet denying the guilt at San
Francisco, and had been taken before
Judge Crawford in police court Monday
morning to be tried. Whether the example
of the Callfornlan had impressed Taylor, he
did not say, but the eolnendence was noted
by those present with various remark.. .
j A dusky matron testified .he gave Tay
lor the tools witn wmcn to perrorm .ome
manual lahor. but that he failed to return
them und later her. property wa. found in
a pawn shop by detectives.
"I Jess needed a dollah then, an' I
thought I'd come back and get the tool,
"Oh. you Just borrowed the tools to pawn.
Is that it?" suggested City Pro.ecutor
He was fined $5 and coats, even If he
W - 1
$10 Juniper Suits
SHE RWirJ-WILLlA MS CO.
"m " PA B w "ts an pynEHES
We are city agents for the old reliable Fherwln-Wllllams' products. 1 his linn Iik
heen manufacturing Mixed Paint, at Cleveland, Ohio, for nearly 60 years, and during
all this time their products have been considered the standard by the trade. Their
goods can be found in every city and hamlet of the I'nlted States and Canada. Their
assortment comprises everything needlul for Tainting, Varnishing or Knamollng
Borne samples prices to suggest the range of the Sherwin-WllllRms assortment:
H-nlnt Family Taint 15c i 1 rial. Outside and Inside mint tcovera
5 aal. Can Outside Paint, covers 1.500
square feet $7.75
V-P'nt Bicycle Enamel 2rto
6 gal. Rich, Med Ham Paint $4 00
1 Pint Good Varnish Sic
1 Quart Inside Floor Paint 4!c
1 Gal. Good Moof Paint $1.0')
1-pound Color Ground In Oil 15c
R-gal. can Best Primer $6.60
from 4 to 40 bhadas.
If you are going to paint anything at all see us and get Color Card and Descrip
We sell Paint Brushes, too.
All of the paints mentioned above come In from t to ( sizes, sealed cans, and ln
Sherman & RlcCon-icIl Drug Co.
Cor. 16th and Dodge, Omaha
would have your wife
come la contact constantly with an
Institution that will give her good ad
vice, at a critical time, on Investing her
money let her open an account In the
Women's Banking Room
First National Bank
She will always have the advice of the
heads of a strong, conservative, finan
Any woman may open an account for
First National Bank
FOR TOILET AND BATH
Pincers roughened by ned!owork
catch every stiin and look hopelessly
dirty. Hand Sapollo removes not only
the dirt, but also the loosened, injured
cuticle, and restore tha finger to
their natural beauty.
Vt, GROCERS AND DRUOOISTS
WE are gaining trade from both
ends; from the man who used to
pay his tailor Fancy Credit Prices
and also from the man . who bought
We hold them both by our liberal
methods generous assortment of fab
rics and our moderate prices.
The best of the Spring designs are
here In a variety enough to satisfy
the most exacting.
Trousers $5 US12 Salts $20 tt SSI
tsntUAM jcnncMo' eons,
tl-ll Ho. lSt M.
The guaranteed Dandelion Killer,
manufacturered by Chaae'a Agricul
tural Pharmaceutical Co., Omaha,
kills t.SOO noxious weeds ir can.
Costs $1.00 for the average lawn.
For sale by
BXATOW Dlt7S CO
HKKMAJT ft McCOSIBI. BBVO OO.
f. L. MEKCHAaTT
WAXatrr bixi. rKamatACT
40th and Cuming.
O. X. SFsVAOTTZ, Benson.
CnVAJiK XKU1 CO., Coaactl Bluffs.
(Exactly Like Cut)
Will be sold to mail
order customers only.
Mere is a chance for ra.'
mail-order customers to get
one of the most popular gar
ments of the season for less
than the goods would cost.
This Suit is made of an
excellent wool material, in
beautiful new black and white,
brown and white, and gray
checks. Has 13 gore plaited
skirt finished with straps.
Would be cheap at $10.00.
Rrhtm ol our ereenje and grt
money back if no' Mtilfoctory.
When you order ask
for Special Suit No. I
1 yt. Mar-Not Inrab e Floor Varnish.. WkJ
H-pt. Pure White Hath Tub Knamel .. Too
1 gal. IJnuld Filler $1.40
1-lh. Crack and Seam Filler Xbo
Huggy Paint 35o
1 gnl. l'alnt for Metal Surface $1.(0
-pt. can Aluminum Paint 2&o
Going to have another good Drug Store)
soon at cor. 16th and Harney.
Get in Tunc With Spring
Blossom out In a new McCarthy
Wilson Suit easy for anybody,
now that this
is making two-piece suits to meas
ure for $23.00.
Just enough for coat and trous
ers of each pattern. Result of a
fortunate purchase by us from the
manufacturer just at the time
that the cold spring chilled the
demand for spring and summer
They are the best value ever
offered in Omaha.
Phone Doug. 1808. 3M-80C S. Uth St.
Near 8. W. Cor. 16th and Farnara St.
YOU CAN RENT
AMY MAKE FOR
Exchange Typewriter Co.
Pfcoee Doag. 8874. tdiuabja, Kate.
American snd European Plan
Finest Hotel en tha Creat Lakes
On tbe edge of town, this ideal Hotel,
spacious, elegant, modem, overlook.
lake M 1 nh i cyan RmaK
A on two sides, while
uaaea park, complete
the beautiful surroundings. The
city Is but 10 minutes ride From tbe
nearby station. Many families
make this their permanent home.
There ia always a cool breeze ia
rooms, Z50 private baths, 1000 feet
of broad veraada. The table is alwsya
tbe best. Toarlattendtraahientgueata
Dad it a delightful place to stop en route
aad rest. Addraas for bsodaoeaely
lUuatrated Booklet, giving full particu
lars. Manager. Chicago Beach Hotel,
Slat Blvd. aod Lake boors, Chicago.
Are You Going to St. Louis?)
Tne Hotel Hamilton Is a delightful
place In the Beet Kecldent Bectluo
and away from the noUa and smoke;
yet wlthHk rasy aeceas. Transient
hate: II. OS II 00 per day. uro
pean Flan. flpec-ick Kats try the
week WaaU for Hoottlet. Address W.
y. fnt.MAMBON. Mttnasur.
AMJCTOH MOT EL. ST. 1QVTSJ.
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