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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: TUESDAY, ATOEST 11. 190?.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Boot m it.
Rudolph r. Bwefcoca, rnbUe-Aoooaataiis.
Tactnaa W. llukkui for congress, adv.
Bowman, 117 X. 1. roulaa shoe. 13
monrk for Quality dear. 211 S. ISth.
Klaefcert, phntonrraphT. 18th A Farnam.
James O. KlnalaT for county atfy. Adv.
Joan Fierce for Mate auditor. Adr.
Docfflaa mwiif Co., J14 S. 15th. Tel.
Zonltable Ufe policies. sUM draft at
maturity- H. p. Swijr, manapT, Omaha.
Barrese.raadln Co., 1511 Howard t
f, electric fixture, electric wiring and
repairs. Residence electric fan. 110 10.
For th safe keepls of moaey and val
ablaa, th American wife deposit vault
In the Pee building afford absolute secur
ity. Boxes rer, for i per year, or II for
Keep Four money and Talnablea under
your own lock and key In tha Americas
Safe Deposit VaulU In tha Bea onlldlnr.
which are burglar and fireproof. Boxaa
rent for $4 a year, or II for threa month.
Yoters Transfer Certificates Transfer
certificate aro now ready In the- office of
the city clerk and any voter who ha
moved Into another precinct since the ra
cial election lant May mint call at the
office and procure a certificate before the
date of the" primaries, September 1.
In. 8. 9. Bartle Meat with AocldsnV
Bcv. 8. D. Bartle. assistant paator of Flral
Methdoslt Episcopal church, I suffering
from a severe Injury to one of hla eyes.
While attending a funeral Sunday after
noon, just a the funeral cortege was pas.
Ins; in front of the city hall, a particle of
dirt blew Into the carriage window, strtk
. Inn hint In the right eye. The eyeball wa
aomewhat lacerated by the foreign particle
and he haa been under treatment of the
hospital physicians since. The Injury,
while quite painful, I nut necessarily serl
ous. Jade atcHuft's Brother Drowns
' Ji.mes McHugh. brother of Judge Wil
liam D. McHugh of Omaha, was drowned
at Iake Minnetouka. Minn.. Sunday even
ing while in bathing. Judge McHugh te
celved the Information Monday that his
brother was stricken .by a sudden heart
'failure while In bathing. Mr. McHugh waa
president of the McHugh-Christeneen Lum
ber company of Minneapolis and was quite
prominent in the business life of that city,
lie was 61 yenr of age and had many
friends In Omaha, where lie haa visited
many time. Judge McHugh and three sis
ters will attend the funeral, which will be
held nt Minneapolis Wednesday.
A Shooting Scrape
with both parties wounded, demands Buck
ler)' Arnica Salve. Heals wounds, sores,
turns or Injuries. 25c. Beaton Drug Co.
Oh, Will aor,
"Curtd at last! Oh, what Joy to ttilnk
that I have at last been cured of that
awful bowel trouble." are the words of A.
C. Butler of Cold Springs, Tex., who suf
tered off and on for twelve months with
I disorder of his bowels, and finally, after
ilmost giving up In despair, waa cured by
Chan.berlaln's Colic, Chorerw .nil Diarrhoea
.teroedy. No one need . Buffer from collo
r diarrhoea, for this remedy always gives
rompt relief. For aalu by all or xstcmia.
. Am Rceaeaaleal Vacation.
Round trip ticket at figure but (lightly
n excess of'one way fares to a hundred or
nor resorts In Canada and New England
1 I sill be placed on sale on varioua dates after
'une 1, 19tC
Full particulars of dates of sale, limits,
itoporers and descriptive literature can be
btalned by writing George W. Vaux, A
isUnt Passenger and Ticket Agent, Grand
runk Railway System, Ua Adama street,
Many an article you have which need
rpaliing and reputing.
Kemper, Hemphill Buckingham.
Owners Omaha Silver company. Inc.
Sit S. 13th St. All kinds plating.
eaator Losg te Retire.
TOrEKA. Kan.. Aug. 10. It wa a
loiinced here today th Senator Chester
Ang ill at the expiration of his term, of
ffice retire from pollttrs and devote hlm
eif to the practice of law at Medicine
The tie&lUiT woman : stroux men
tally and physically, whose ambi
tion and majrnetio influence urge
taen to deeds of grandeur and hero
km : such women are all-powerfuL
Weak, sick and ailing women
hare little ambition; their own trou
bles occupy all their thought. They
dwell upon their pains, aufler from
nerrousneSB and headaches ; often
are extremely melancholy, and
avoid society. For thirty years
V EG ETA OLE C0MP0UFJD
has been saving women from this
Mrs. Louise Jung, of S32 Chestnut
St, Detroit, Mich, writes:
I suffered from a rery severe female
weaknaia for a long- time. Lydia E.
I'ickUaoi'a Vegetable Compound, re
stored my health. I hope it will do other
women as much good a it haa me."
'Mrs. Emma Vheaton, of Vienna,
W. Ys, writes to Mrs. Pinkham :
" I was a walking- ahadow. My Hus
band insisted upon my writing" to you
and trrlnjf Lydla E. Pinkham'a Vege
table Compound, which 1 did. It re
lieved all my pains and uiaenr, and
made of ma a very different woman."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty Tears Lydis K link
. ham's Vegetable Compound, made
from roots and herbs, has been the
standard remedy for female ills,
and has poeiu ve ly cured thousands of
womD who have been troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
ition, irregularities, periodic pains,
backache, that tanng-down feel
ing, dinineas, or nervous proa
; tration. Why dont you try it r
Mrs. Piaknain, at Lyun, Maa
Invites ail sick irviura to writ
hr f or adrlve
4 y -.- r-il u
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Catholic Workmen Conduct Dedica
tion of Banner.
MA5T PRESENT AT CEREMONIES
Oamervanc Btrlrtly f Rellgleaa
('Bmracter Addresses Tartake of
Patrletle tlar Vrnoi by
Dr. ft. 1.. Wheeler.
fit. Joseph's Order of Catholic Workmen
conducted a banner dedication yesterday
afternoon at The Church of the Assump
tion, ot the Bohemian Catholic church.
The fomialitic consisted of a sireet par
ade. In which the lrdge. which is newly
formed, with a membership of ninety was
assisted by the Bohemian Turners, the St.
James Order of Catholic Workmen, and the
orders St. Peter and St. Paul. The same
orders In Omaha were present with three
large delegations. The marching column
of men whs three ot four blocks long,
headed by Franek'a band. The standard
bearers of the new lodge carried the new
banner furled. The banner of the oth-r
order and the national ensign were dis
played. After they had marched through
the principal street from L. to Twentieth
and Q streets they were Joined by X
women In line who accompanied them to
the Bohemian Catholic -.iurch at Twen
tieth and W street. The exercises there
were conducted by Fathers Vranek and
Chundelak. Father Vranek Is from Omaha.
The ceremonies there were mostly ritualis
tic, being one of the fixed rites of the
lodge. The dedication was on a strictly
religious order, although the addressee by
the fathers partook much of the patri
otic strain. These orders of the Catholic
societies are especially strong In South
All the speechea were In the Bohemian
tongue. Thia Is the first banmr which
the new lodge has received.
Dr. R. Wheeler's sermon on the en
joyment of temporal blessings at the First j
Presbyterian church Sunday morning was
one ot the most energetic and enlivening
themes which the pioneer minister haa pre
sented. "Things, T-h-l-n-g-, are the subject
of my thought today. I am not referring to
the spiritual blessings of life, but its tem
poral objects of love and affection. I
know some pious people who are disap
pearing from the earth, I am glad to say,
who always seemed to liafve a mistaken
view of life. They considered It all evil and
desperately wicked. Not one of them had
ever knelt down and -thanked God for his
own creation. They considered themselves
bankrupt here with not a Joy x-orth men
tioning, expecting to get It all In heaven.
They continually sang that old song:
On Jordan's stormy banks I stand
And cast a wistful eye
To Canaan s fair and happy land,
Where my posstssxns lie.
"I have felt that way. I confess, but It
was when I was fsrthest from God. when
I had the blues and on the verge of fall
ing In the abyss of deepalr. At other times
I rejoice in the things God hss set around
me. Men ought to use every one of the
gifts of God In this temporal life, but not
to abuse Its privileges. If we go through
this IKe dissatisfied with all God's creation
how can our bickering, fault-finding minds
be satisfied with the best that heaven's
peace affords. Begin your heaven here or
you- will never have one. We are not the
Inhabitants of a wicked woTld a runaway
creation of an Insufficient God with the
devil at the helm, but Instead of our skj
being a void with a few rainless clouds,
rraxy stars and terrifying thunder It is, or
should be. In our conception, all order, per
fection and enjoyment with a God In that
heaven and all right with the World."
Lyric Theater I'atll Tharsday.
A great new picture, "The Eleventh
Hour." liquid fire and five other -pleturea.
Continuous performance. Prof. McMillan,
pianist, draws big crowds.
.Magic City Gossip.
Jetter'a Gold Top Beer delivered to any
part of the city. Telephone No., 8.
Misses Clara and Florence W'esoott are
camping at the Auourn cnaulauqua.
Mr. and Mrs George Forester of Chicago
are me guests H Airs. 1 nomas savage.
Ht-yman A Berry, sellers of 'rruallty"
meats; !4th and t, telephone SM; ittn and
A. telephone 117.
Dagree of Honor lodge No. 183 will give
an ice cream social Wednesday evening at
the Workmen temple.
The Christian Endeavor society of the
Presbyterian church will give a aoclal Au
gust SO at the reslder.ee of C. E. Campbell.
Miss Minnie Haa haa returned from at-tendlr-g
a teachers' assembly at Syracuse,
Neb. fill expect to teach in Nebraska
The Woodmen of the World are arranaine
tlie funeral of Peter Mancuaco, who was
killed at 8w1ft'a packing plant Saturday
The funeral of Joseph Spirt yesterday aft
ernoon waa largely attended by the High
landers and the Fraternal Order of Eagles
and many friends of the family.
The South Omaha Central Labor union
will meet Monday evening at Kaab'a hall.
Toe regular semi-annual election of officers
will be conducted. Action will be taken on
plana for a Labor day program.
The announcement that Mr. D. L. Holme
and Mr. A. H. Murdock would entertain
the lieshytcrlan women Thursday Is an
error. Mrs. Holmes and Mrs. Murdock will.
however, give the use of their lawns Tues
day evening for an ice cream social, to
which all friends of the church are invited.
Don't fall to attend the auction aale of
Jewelry of the late A. B. Hubermann Tues
day at 10:10 a. m. 13th and Douglas 8 la
KEIFER MAY ACT FOR HAYWARD
Bat Vie Chairman at Rraakllraa
Committee Is Candidate for OaSca
mm A Better May, Serve.
Colonel William C. 'l lay ward, chairman
of the republican committee, who haa
Just been appointed secretary of the na
tional committee, left for Lincoln yesterday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.
The appointment of Mr. Haywerd to the
national secretaryship doe not materially
change the plan of the republlcaa state
committee and the work will go on uninter
rupted. If Mr. Hayward find that hla new
duties will at once demand his attention
and make It Impossible for him to do all
the work which he has planted to do as
the head of the Nebraska committee. It la
likely that Vice Chairman J. Warren
Kelfer. Jr., of Nuckolls county will step In
and take an active part In the atate com
mittee work. But Mr. Kelfer la a candidate
for re-election to the legislature, and being
personally Interested In the election, may
not feel that he ran act In the capacity of
atate chairmen for any considerable time.
But whatever arrangement la made will be
only temporary, as the entire committee
will be renewed In September under the
state primary laws. This new or renewed
committee will then elect its officers and
it la but a short time until this will be
LINCOLN. Aug. -(Special Telegram )
Secretary Corrick of the atate republican
committee tonight received for Chairman
Hayward the official announcement cf bis
appointment as secretary of the national
republican committee and at once for
warded It to Mr. Hayward at Norfolk,
where he had guu from Omaha 'to attend
a conference of party workers of th state.
The notification was from National Chair
man Hitchcock. It is understood here that
Mr. llaywsrd will be talltd east at once,
probably next aet-k.
The K-levtl.Q ot Cn.l..an Hayaard uf
the itpHuliita tat ouiu:Uec as accretary
'of the national republican committee wat
a pleasant surprise to the people around the
state house. From 0-ivernor Sheldon down
to the clerks In the various offices, a good
word was spoken for the new secretary and
each regretted that he Is to be taken out
of the Nebraska campaign.
AERONAUT FAlls IN MANAWA
t BlaaTa Pleasere
Msnawa had another banner Sunday yes
terday, a crowd estimated at nearly ro.OOO
visiting the park afternoon and evening.
A mania which affected the south of
Europe during the middle ages seems to
have recently become exceedingly preva
lent among local p'easure seekers, at least
one would Judge fo from the Sunday pa
tronage, the park presenting a very bee
hive of humanity.
Each visitor seemed the personification
of Joviality.- The continual round of mer
riment reminded one of an exposition mid
way. The bathing feature wa very popular
notwithstanding the cool weather, but the
attraction that appealed to most of the
visitors was dancing,' the floor being
crowded every "whirl."
Prof. Thomas Andrew made a thrilling
and somewhat hazardous balloon ascension.
After rising to a great height the aeronaut
cut loose directly over the lake, striking
the water In the deepest part, but was
quickly rescued by a launch, which brought
forth thunderous applause from the on
lookers. Bandmaster Charles B. Jones received
much credit for his exceptionally fine mu
sical program rendered by his band, and
hia efforts were rewarded by repeated de
mands for repetitions.
The car service waa Ideal, every "extra"
being pressed Into use so aa to accommo
date the Immense throng.
OMAHA HIGH IN BUILDING
Hanks lsth la Tohtt mt t onstractloa
for the Hosts of
Only ix large cltte In the Vnited 8tates
show a larger gain In building operations
during July, l!". than does Omaha. Thla
Is shown by a compilation of figures In
the Construction News of Chicago under
date of August S. the magasine giving the
record for the thirty-eight largest cities In
Omaha shows a gain of 33 per cent over
the record for the seme month last year,
while an average of the record for the
thirty-eight cltlea shows a decrease of 2
per tent in the nation as a whole. Two
other cities show Identically the same In
crease as does Omaha, Denver and Pueblo
both reporting a gain of 53 per cent.
The six cities which record better build
ing conditions than Omaha are Salt Lake
City, with a gain of 202 per cent; St. Joseph,
with a gain of 17S per cent; Greater New
York, with a gain of SO per cent: New Or
leans, with a gain of 78 per cent; Paterson,
N. J., with a gain of to per cent, and For
land, with a gain of X per cent.
Minneapolis reports a decrease In building
operations of 4 per cent, while 8t. Paul
loses S6 per cent. Davenport, la., reporta a
decrease of 27 per cent from the record of
the same month in 1907.
ELECTRIC LINES TO , LAKES
ew Motors Projected hy Rasters
Capitalists to the Iowa
By deciding to finance an electric line
from Sioux City to Lakes Okoboji and
Spirit lake from Sioux City, eastern capi
talists will make the lakea more accessible
to Omahans. many of whom go to the
lakes each season.
At present the On alu na go from Omaha
to the lakea by the Milwaukee and St.
Paul line, leaving Omaha at 7:35 In the
morning and arr'vlr.g at the lakea late In
the afternoon. To reach the lakes by
leaving Omaha In the evening is almost
Impossible, or at least spoils a Sunday's
vacation. If the new line is built, as J. G.
Blake of Bloux City saya it will be,
Omahans may leave during the afternoon,
arriving in almost any of the lake resort
towns during the evening. Thla will give
business men an opportulty to send their
families to the lakes and spend Sunday
with them, returning to Omaha either
Sunday evening at midnight or Monday
Never leave koine on a-journey at th'.g
season cf the year without a bottle of
Chamberlaln'a Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Ttemedy, is good advice for young and old.
No one can tell when. It may t required.
It cannot bo obtained on boa.d the cars
or steamships. Buy It before leaving bom
For sal by a'l druggist.
Jewelry at auction Tuesday at 10:30 a. m.
13th and Douglas at.
Be Want Ada Are Business Boosters.
W. N. Walker. Thirty-third and Arbor
streets, frame dwelling. I'-'.con; vv. JV.
Walker. Thlrtr-thlrd and Arbor atreets,
frame dweling. 12 600; L. F. Fck. Thirteenth
street and Grand avenue, frame dwelling.
The Knock-oat Blow.
The blow which knocked out Corbet!
s revelation to the prize fighters.
From the erliet day of tho ring tha
knock-out blow was aimed for the Jaw,
tho temple or the jugular vein. Stomach
punches were thrown In to worry and
weary the fighter, but if a scientific man
bad told one of tho old fighters that tha
most vulnerable spot was the region of
tha stomach, he'd have laughed at him
for an Ignoramus. Dr. Pierce is bringing
hone to the public s parallel fact; that
th4?Womacis the most vulnerable orgta
out ofShe prlie ring as well as In IL Wa
protectbur haaaa, throats, feet and lungs
but thesAinohMe are utterly Indiffer
ent to, until dlseWXfinds the solar plexus
and knock us out. MsVe Tourstfmarn
cures wcTk Stomach," Indigestion, or
dyspepsia, torpid Hrer, bad. thin and im
pure blood and other diseases of the or
gans of digestion and nutrition.
The 'Golden Medical Discovery has ft
specific enrativt, e fleet upon all mucous
surfaces and hence cures catarrh, no
matter where located or what stage it
may hare reached. In Nasal Catarrh It
t well to cleanse the passages with Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Bemedy fluid while using
the Discovery aa s constitutional rem
edy. Why tha 'Golden Medical Discor
ery cures catarrhal diseases, as of th
stomach, bowels, bladder and other pelvis
organs will be plain to you if you will
read s booklet of eitracta from the writ
ings ot eminent medical author! ties, en
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their curative properties. It Is mailed
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nffalo. N. Y. This booklet gives all the
Ingredients entering Into Dr. Pierce's
medicines fron which It will be seen that
they contain not s drop of alcohol, pore,
triple-re&ned glycerine being uned Instead.
Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page illus
trated Common Sense Medical Adviser
will be setit ire, piper-bound, for 21 otie
cent stamps, or cloth bound lor U taiB(a
A.ddres. Dt. piaroa as above.
tounq ani strong cy i;.e
erceliQUMedical p ypverj. an
too rn tert vourseXfTn vor nt vulner-
NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Uiu TJarda Scott Entertains Porch
and Lawn Party at Her Home.
VISITING GIRLS AB.E HONORED
Harper Reeeriatloas at Clake ay
Krealaar More amrroas Than
I seal, hat imm Parties
Are All mall.
Miss Varrta Pcott was hostess at a de
lightful porch nd lawn party Monday
afternoon at ber home In Kountae place
In compliment to her guest. Miss Marcia
Pratt of Fremont, Neb. Guessing contests
were the festure of the afternoon and tha
guests were Miss Marcia Pratt, Miss Ruth
Gould. Miss Clara Jones, Miss Marie Hart,
Mlsa Mona Cowell. Miss Gretchen William
son. Miss Haiel Howard. Miss Carol
Howard. Miss Bern Ice Edwsrds. Miss
Katherlne Mllroy Miss Alberta Field. Mlsa
Jassamine Sherraden, Miss Hasel Evans.
Miss Gretchen McConnell. Miss Kdlth
Flshir. Miss Jean Hamilton. Miss Ruth
Latenser and Miss Mildred Marr.
In honor of Mis Bertha Gooden and
Miss Marguerite Gooden of Hastings, Neb..
Miss Aurel Murtey entertained at a prettily
appointed luncheon Monday at her home.
A color scheme of red and white was used,
the centerpiece being of red roses and white
sweet peas. Covers were laid for Miss
Bertha Gould, Miss Norma Marshall, Miss
Blanche Marshall. Miss Mildred t Cooper,
Miss Pauline Mills.- Miss Katherlne Ferine
and Miss Murtey.
A Jcllv picnic party was given Saturday
afternoon and evening at Hanecom park
by the F. C. C. club In honor of Miss
HnX' I Knele of Cumberland, la. Those
present, were: Miss Haxel Kngle. Miss
Cxarlna Hall. Miss Mabel Wilding. Miss
Edith Shrum, Miss Edith Waterman. Mrs.
Herman Folkers, Mr. Harry Parsons. Mr.
Herbert Shrum. Mr. Edwin Lundberg. Mr.
Harvey Wing and Mr. and Mrs. Merle C.
At the Coaatry Clat.
Feveral supper parties were given Sunday
evening at the Country club. Mr. G. L.
Hammer had as his guests Miss Blanche
Deuel. Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Deuel and
Mr. Lake 'Deuel.
With Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Westbrook were
Mildred Lomnx and Mr. E. A. Cope.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hitchcock had a
their guests Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Whit more.
MIbs Hitchcock and Mrs. Harry Doorly.
Dining together at one of the tables were
Mrs. Pauline Wheeler. Judge snd Mrs. W.
A. Redlck and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rem
ington. Among others having guests were Mr.
and Mrs. Glenn Wharton, who had covers
for four; Mr. R. V. Towle. five; Mr. E. H.
At the Field Cleb.
The largeat Sunday evening supper at the
Field club was given by the golf players,
who had covers laid for twenty-four; Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Mets had covers for nine;
Mr. C. H. Baker, four; Mr. Walter Preston,
three; Mr. I. Blakeley, two; Mr. J. B.
Rahm. two; Mr. W. B. Wllkina, two: Mr.
J. H. Conrad, four; Mr. J. E. Rowlands,
five; Mr. A. P. Mathews, three; Mr. F.
Camptell. four; Mr. R J. Staley, two; Mr.
J. A. Abbott, three; Mr. D. P. - Benedict
three: Mr. R. L. Huntley, four; Mr. R
Smith, four; Mr. W:G. Gurley. two; Mr.
E. A. Strauss, three i Mr. O- W. Bent, four;
Mr. C. L. Babcocav two.
" At HapKr'Horiaw:
Most of the supper parties at Happy Hol
low were small Sunday evening, the largest
being given by Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Carter,
who had covera laid tor Mr. and Mrs. M.
F. Funkhouscr. Mrs. M. M. Palmer. Mr.
Luclle Mathews, Miss Marguerite Mathews,
Miss Irene Carter, Miss Ruth Carter. Mr.
W. P. Durkee and Mr. and Mrs. Carter.
The- following had covers for two: Mr.
Harry Carpenter. Mr. Reed Peters, Mr. C.
A. Crelgh. Mr. E. M. Klmbtrly. Mr. Crosby
Wyman. Mr. A. I. Crelgh, Mr. 8. B. Tandy,
Mr. Samuel Rees, Jr.; Mr. W. P. Conklin,
Mr. Edwin Haney. Mr. J. H. Royce. Mr.
8. C. Alleman and a number ot golf playera.
Among those entertaining at dinner Tues
day evening at Happy Hollow preceding tho
midweek dance will be Mr. Robert Demp
ster, who will have covera for ten; Mr.
Robert Fisher, six; Mr. George L. Fisher,
tour, and Mr. B. W. Russell, seven.
One of the dinner parties Saturday even
ing at Happy Hollow was given by Miss
Edith Fisher, her guests being Miss Flor
ence Chapman of Lincoln, Miss Vera Stock
dal, Mr. Everett Burtiett. Mr. Waldo Scott
and Mr. Robert Fisher.
Ceme and Go Gossip.
Miss Grscc Meyer has returned from a
v'sit with friends in Grand Island. She
waa accompanied by Miss Grace Schlotfeldt
cf Grand Island, whs will be her guest
Mrs. Henry Meyer of KOI Howard street,
accompanied hy her daughter, Ml.-s Meier,
and sons, Mr. Edward Meyer and Mr.
Charlea Meyer, leavea Monday for Europe
to be absent two or three years. Mrs.
Meyer will spend most of the time in Ger
many, where the young men will enter col
lege, and Miss Meyer will attend a semi
nary In Switzerland.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pickens and family,
who have spent the laat few weeks In Eu
rope, are expected home the early part of
Miss Ollle"Stepp of Kansas City, who has
spent the past two weeks the quest of her
aunt, Mrs. Carl Furth and Mr. Furth. re
turned to her home Saturday evrnlr-g.
Miss Villa Whlttaker la the gueat ot Mr.
and Mrs. Alfred Riemer for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. George B. Wrlty have been
visiting friends in Cincinnati, Green Lake
and Winona, Wis., are expected home Wed
nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nott, who took the
lake trip from Chicago to Buffalo, are at
Greenfield. Mass., until the last of the
week, when they will go to Boston and
Cape Cod for the rest of the summer, re
turning home about October i.
Miss Florerx-e Chapman of Linclan, is
visiting friends In Omaha.
Mr. Frank D. Brown and daughter, Mies
Ella Mae Brown, left Tuesday far Burfalo,
N. T. Returning they will go to Toronto
and take the lake trip home. Mr. Brown
will ylslt relatives at Port Huron, Mich.,
and Miss Blanch Sweeney ot Jameavllle.
Miss Jennie Breman of Carbondale, Pa..
Is the guest of Mrs. Patrick Duffy.
NEW CIRCULAR TUB SKIRTS
Mt reaalar Mowela Bat to Dtsi
the Frees rad Have
One of the prettiest of the rartly cir
cular skirts tbe most popular model of an
exclusive house buttons straight down
the middle front and res pockets let In
diagonally en both sides of the skiit Just
In front of the hips and at the Icarst point
of the hip curve. Theeekirts. like all of
the better tub skirts, have deep hems put
In by hand, so that after the firat thorough
laundering the hem may be easily ripped
and adjuated permanently. The opening
down the middle front ia irons modish than
the common side front opening, but Is more
practicable for the circular cut than for the
a v erase gored cut. Where a gored model
U used the best makers prefer using but
toas on tvh side Its front brtadtb for a
r. t ,v . j t
" In a Pinch,
list Allen Foot-Eiia."
Sold hj all Drugrfsta eTerrwhere for 25 cents. For TOEE Trial package, also Free Sample of the
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ahort distance down from the top and
possibly similar lines ot buttons at the bot
tom Instead of a single side line of but
tons from waistband to hem.
Skirts of fine sheer linen, walking length,
plaited In small plaits over the hips and
finished with groups of tucks at the bottom
are very modish for wear with blousea to
match or with very sheer lingerie blouses,
but these models must be cf really fine
material if they are to have the proper air.
FAD OF A MILLIONAIRESS
Heads tbe Palms of Maay "Voted
Criminals la Kentucky Peal
tentlary. Mias Suzaivne Hennlng. daughter of
James C. Hennlng. New Tork mlllonaire.
of 113 Est Thirty-seventh street, has Just
returned home frdm a visit to Frankfort,
Ky., penitentiary, where she practiced her
knowledge of palmistry on some noted
criminals confined there.
She read their past ard future history
to them . and they were mystified. Henry
E. Toutsey. who is charged with complic
ity In the assassination of Senator William
Goebel, was told he had a hard life so
far. but that hereafter hla way Is to lie
In pleasant places.
Curt Jett, known as "Wild Dog," who Is
serving two life sentences, one for slaying
James Cockrlll and the other for the mur
der of James B. Marcum in Breathitt
county, was suspicious when asked by the
inunz heiress to allow her to examine hia
. . n . , . a . LtM t . . . I. m-miM !
nanus, one cijmiuru iu mm mo,.
not tske her long. Jett replied. "Just take
your time, miss; I am serving two life
sentences, and have no ergagementa out
side." Do Not Otnsea Calico.
Of great practical value both as a time
and fuel saver la the knowledge that It ia
not necessary to "dampen down" the calico
and gingham dresses, aprons, and skirts,
as you do white clothes, but Instead spread
garment on board ready to Iron, then wring
a cloth out of water and rub over the sur
face. Ironing In the usual way. The clothes
look better and the labor is materially les
sened. Brash I .
Kemper. Hemphill &. Buckingham.
Anything of metal made "good as new."
Owners Omaha Silver Co.. Sll S. 13th St.
Aasiaaaeemeats of the Theaters.
Bandmaster Innes is known as the king
of program makers. If Borne composition
given ia above the heads of some of his
auditors, a catchy encore is cleverly In
troduced, which, while good music, full of
rhythm and melody, directly app-ala to
everyone without exception. It Is, In fact,
this quickness of response to the unspoken
thought of his listeners that has intro
duced him so firmly in the hearts of his
admirers. Innes" coming engagement here
on next Sunday, matinee and night, at the
Boyd, accompanied as he will be by the
full strength of his sixiy-two prayers and
several grand opera artists, promises t.
be an occasion of more Ihan local Interest.
Cleaaset. pre$erve and
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Putifies the breath
A superior dentifrice
for people of refinement
Established b .866 by
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A powder to be shaken into th bIiops. Your feci feel swollen,
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feet, try Allen's Foot-1'aoe. It rests the feet and males new or
tight shoes easy ; always use it to Break in New Shoes. It c.ires
swollen, hot, sweating fret. Misters, ingrowing nails and callous
spots. RelieTes corns and bunions of all pain and gives Ret
and Comfort. It cures vrhile you walk. "Ve have over thirty
thousand testimonials. Try it titay. Sold by all DruppisU
everywhere 2." cents. IXm't accept anT substitute for Allen's
Foot-Ease. Trial packs p;e FREE. Address, Allen S. Olmsted,
Le Roy, N. T. European Branch Office, Peterborough, England.
Jm7 A T?1I1I uccfs8 brings imitations. Scores of
W V rlial" 11 1 I worthless imitations are sometimes
offered for sale. Insist upon having Allen's FootEase. Tho
Original powder for tho feet. Twelve years before the public.
Annual Bales over two million packages. Do not accept
spurious substitutes claimed to be "just as good." Imitations
pay the dealer a larger profit otherwise you would never be
offereo: a substitute for Allen's Foot Ease. Ask for Allen's
Foot-Ease, and insist upon having it
Remember, AllensFoot-Ease is sold only in 23 cent packages
bearing yellow label with our trade mark and facsimile signature
At the Theaters
Movlsi Plrtarea at the Dirnooa.
From the audiences that witnessed the
Initial showing of the new program at the
Burwood Sunday afternoon and evening
one would conclude that this week's bill
is above the usual high standard tu i hy the
management. A whle rnnge of subjects are
presented, the plrtures including humorous,
dramatic and Instructive series, and the
overture and synchroscope numbers are
pkaslng. One of the most Interesting pic
tures is entitled "Tsles the JS-arclilight
Told," and depicts the various activities
to he seen at Coney Island. Henry Far
man's airship is shown in another set.
"The llrtarrretloa" at the Air Dome.
A drama' lxation of Tolstoi's world fa
mous "Resurrection" Is being played at
the Air Dome this week. In five acts, by
the Ilillnian stock company, and a capacity
audience witnessed the first performance
Sunday evening. Mr. Hlllman plays the
(art of Prince Dmitri and Miss Hayes is
taking the part of Katusha. An extra large
rest appears In the production and vaude
ville and Illustrated songs provide added
amusement between the acts.
MORE MONEY FARTHER WEST
Prosperity Increases, Says Coloael
Cody, aa Me Travels Toward
"The farther west we come the more
prosperous tho people seem." writea Colo
nel W. F. Cody to the sporting editor of
The Bee. Colonel Cody waa writing from
Jackson. Mich., and he said the afternoon
houai? at that place was the largest the
show had exhibited to since he returned
from his five years abroad. He said they
had done nothing but big business since he
had reached the west enroute to Omaha,
where his show was organised in 1S81 He
mother's shapeliness. All of this can be avoided by the use of
Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this liniment prepares the
body for the strain upon it, and preserves the symmetry of her form.
Mother's Friend makes the danger of child-birth less, and carries her
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relief derived from the use
of this remedy.
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Grand Central Station
Only'railroad terminal in New York. Eight In
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Get off the train "IN" New York
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WARREX J. UNCI!, Pafrfceager Traffic Manager, CHICAGO
Dr. Searles & Searles, 119 S. 14th, Cor. 14th and Douglas, Omaha.
savs he Is looking forward to hia visit !
Omaha, as he wants his Omaha friends to
see wnai Riani snow no is -arrying
around the country this year, showing thn
people of the east the wild west scenes aa
they existed f"rty years ago.
While Captain William MeCune has prac
tically recovered from his Indisposition
which compelled him to Ituive the show ho
will remain in Omaha until the Wild West
PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. '3
Roy Harlan of Drake university. Ions,
was an Omaha visitor over Sunday, enroute
to Huron. S. D.
Judge Ben I.indsey of Denver probably
mill be in Omaha this week. He In re
turning to his home from Columbus, O.
John Fee of Beatrice V as In Omaha Mon-di-y
enroute to Rertflehl, la., to attend the
family reunion of the Fee family there.
L.. Burgess of Can von. John Goskarth.
H. Ooskarth of Mlnden; C. K. Oeorge. W.
J. Morgan of Lincoln end J. Feagins of
Alliance are at the Murray.
Mrs. B. B. Hopkins of Hastings, Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Peck of Kearney, He.-si Car
penter of Ing Pine and J. S. IeForest of
4'rclghton are at the Merchants.
A. B. Richards of Kansas Citv. D. A. P.
Kimball of Wahoo, Mr. and Mra. H. C.
Peters of Yulan. Oeorge J. Adams of Pen
der and C. A. Balrd of Crelghton are at tho
W. B. Ritchie ot Kansas City, A. A.
Comoton of Blair, K. A. l?rlttenham of
Fremont. J. O. Appeil of Miles City. F. C.
Parke of Grand Island and W. H. Eck of
Beatrice are at the Millard.
Robert Taylor of Grand Island. H. CJ.
Miller of Lincoln, J.- H. Brown and child
of Crelgliton. H. A. Peters of Hay Springs,
B. I Berry of Dayton, tire.; R. 8. Rising.
A. Holmes, W. H. Williams and F. A. Bnld
wl.i of Alnsworth are at the Tax-ton.
W. A. Smith, reneraY manager of the
Omaha and Council Bluffs 8treet Railway
company, and W. C. Bullard. the lumber
man. left Omaha Sunday on an extended
summer outing. They will go down tha
8t. Lawrence from Buffalo to Quebec, re
turn by water to Sault Ste. Marie and then
take some short trips Into the woods In the
lke Superior country, probably, remain
ing away from Omaha for over a month.
Every woman covets a sfyape-
ngure, and many of them
deplore the loss of their girl
ish forms after marriage.
The bearing of children is
often destructive to the
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