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Ppruna is the hpst '
I friend I ever had.
'One of Thousands of Home.
MRS. FLORENCE A1TKEN3, 40 3d
Bt, Toledo, Ohio, writes: "Per una
' cured me of Internal catarrh. I took
: about four bottles when I noticed the Im
provement and the fifth bottle cured me.
"I do not know what I would have beon
like today had I not rot Peruna, for I
waa la a terrible state. I had palna all
over and was cross and Irritable. I was
losing hope of ever being- well again, and
was downhearted. I am todty a cured
'woman, after suffering for nine months.
"I cannot tell you how happy I feel,
but you . will know, ' I never heard of
such medicine; It la the best medicine on
earth. My husband Is now taking It I
will always-keep Peruna in my house.
Peruna Is the beat friend I ever had. It
must be praised; It cured me."
For two years Dr. Hartman and his
assistants have labored Inoessantly to
, treats Peruna In tablet form, and their
strenuous efforts have Just been crowned
with success. People who object to liquid
medicines can now secure Peruna tablets,
which represent the medicinal equivalent
, tdj one average doss of Peruna.
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RTfRS. MARIA OOERTZ, Orlenta, Okla
lyl homa, writes: "My husband, child
ren and myself have used your medicines,
and we always keep them In the house
In case of necessity. .
"I was restored to health by this medi
cine. People ask about me from different
places, and are surprised that I can do all
of my housework alone, and that I was
cured by the doctor of chronic catarrh.
"My husband waa crued of asthma, my
daughter of earache and catarrh of the
stomach, and my son of catarrn of the
throat. When I was sick I weighed one
hundred pounds; now I weigh one hund
red and forty. Peruna quitea the nerves,
and Is a great specific for all forms of
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Four Saipecti Sent to County Jail to
Be Held for Investigation.
LAST VOTING MACHINE SCHOOL
Has a thai Discusses Politics
(rasa . a Repaklloaa Standpoint
Before Ike Daalsh Clubs
- .Among flvs men sentenced yesterday to
the county Jail for vagrancy, four were
suspected of greater ' offenses. They were
Tom Donley, Harry Conley, Joe Htcky and
F. 3. Qulnn. In their possession was found
a' lot of hardware tools, knives and pincers
such as are used for cutting wire. It is
believed they got the property either by
robbing stores or boxcars. They were each
sent up for thirty days and In the mean
time the police will make an attempt to
trace their origin to see If the mystery ot
the Implements may be cleared up. They
are described ss a' rough looking lot of va
grants. The four, together with Mike Sto
nach, were taken to the county Jail yes.
terday afternoon, ,r '
Danish Societies Kallr
The Danish societies held a splondtd rally
at Rltohie's halt last night. The speaker
of the evening was Judge Hannibal, H Is
discussions were marked for the c'.sirnow
of his utterances and his sticking to the
pure arguments and login In the cam
paign, leaving out the appeals to prejudice
as much as possible. The response of the
audience showed that it appreciated this
stroke of tact.
an tor fervtees,
"A Peculiar People ;or, the People with
the Book." will be the topto of Dr. R. L.
Wher'a Sunday morning sermon. In
tho evening the pastor will give an Illus
trated lecture entitled. "Mealcsns In the
United States." Jay Lnverty will oper
ate the slides In his stereoptloon. The
views are exceptional. No charge Is to
be made and the toplo Is educational.
The Christian church will hold servers
at the Toung Men's Christian aaaooiatlon.
"The Commonplace Life GHorlfled" le the
topic. Miss Bessie Clifton will lead tho
And Vcrn Out Women
rind Healthful Prare In Stuart'g Cal
cium Wafers lkx-ause They
Enrich the Blood.
Trial Package Piss.
Sor tired, unatrung, nervous and worn
out womanhood Stuart's Calcium Wafers
act speedily, pleasantly and unlike medi
cine or cures.
They go Into the atotnech like food;
are taken up by the blood and so en
rich It that It stops decay, adds tone and
vigor to the flesh and nerves, snd stimu
lates all human machinery to a fuller and
Men know little of the agonies women
suffer from nerves and blood. The blood
Is Ufa and whan It Is Impoverished It needs
to be enriched or woman who Is so In
tensely sympathetic suffers nervous break
down and decline.
tusrt's Calcium Wafers contain Cal
cium lulphids In great strength with
tthw blood purifier a They alao contain
alturattws and laxative which relieve
women ot bowel and intestinal suffering
so widely prevalent.
Stuart's Calcium Waters sre indorsed
by thousands of women, who feel the
need- of a common sense, harmless, pow
erful Vigor and blood builder. All these
things Stuart s Calcium Wafers will do,
and do so speedily as In many rases to
be almost unbelievable.
Do not suffer In allelic, but after read
ing this mske up your mind to try just
one box of these little Invigorators ao
powerful, yet so pleailngly presented to
the system In the form of wafers. Go to
your druggist and buy a box. Price fiOr,
or send us your nams anl address and
we will send you' a trial package by mall
free. Address F. A. Stuart C , 17t Stuart
Uld Marshall, Mloa,
evening service at 6:30.
8unday thpme of Rev. R. W. Livers,
"The Parable of the Marriage Feast."
Meeting of young people In the evening at
The women of the English Lutheran
church pleasantly surprised Mrs. R. W.
Livers Friday afternoon, the occasion be
ing her birthday. A dainty lunch had been
brought, and the handsome set of dishes,,
ss well ss other beautiful gifts, showed the
high esteem In which Mrs. Livers is held
by the congregation.
The Aid society of the English Lutheran
church will hold ita annual baxar Tuesday,
December 1. Lunch and supper will be
served on the same day.
Rev. Karl Killer will conduct the morn
ing aervtca at Letter's Memorial church. In
the evening Dr. H. H. Millard, traveling
agent of the Wesleyan university, will con
duct the service In the interests of that in
stitution. John Bmldt will have charge of
the young people's meeting In the evening.
"To Every Man His Work," is Rev.
George Van Winkle's Sunday morning topic
at the Baptist church. The Lord's supper
will be observed. "Giving Place to Jesus"
la the evening theme.
Morning prayer, with the sermon, will be
observed at St. Clement's Mission, Twenty.
ninth snd 8 streets at 11 o'clock. The Sun
day school Is at noon. Vesper service will
be held at 7:30 o'clock at St. Edward's
chapel, S. J. Hedelund, pastor.
Y. M. C. A. Nates.
Captain Story, staff officer of the Salva
tion Army, will speak at the men's meet
ing in the gymnasium Sunday afternoon at
1 o'clock. The captain la one of the strong
est men In this section of the army and will
deliver an interesting address. Miss Verna
Scott will sing, the orchestra will play, and
there will be a scripture quia arid song ser
vice. The meeting Is for men only, but all
men are invited.
Tonight the first "pop" of the season will
be given in the gymnasium, liruce Mc
Cullough, with his humorous Illustrated
lecture, will be first upon the program.
There will be athletic stunts and a basket
ball game. The general public U invited.
An admission fee of S cents to members
and 10 cents to n inn e.nte. s w. 1 be charged.
The membership campaign, while nor
meeting the expectations of the committee,
has resulted In a fair addition to the mem
bership and will continue along the aame
lines for two more weeks. If you have
not yet done your stunt there is still time.
The enrollment In the educational classes
goes steadily on. Instructor J. H. Johnson
is doing good work, thus advertising his
classes. He will soon need larger quarters
for the work.
The Giants and the Pygmies, teams com
posed of men weighing 200 In one case, and
the other 150 or less, will be the attraction
at the gymnasium next week. They will be
on the floor for practice during the week
and enter Into actual competition at the
Suturday night "pop." November 1. The
famous Silver band will alao be present
and present a musical program at this
The Sunday afternoon men's meetings are
growing both In interest and numbers. An
unusual number of strong speakers have
been secured for these meetings during the
rest of this year. It Is the Intention of the
religious work committee to supplement
these addresiies with the best musical pro
grams that ran be secured.
Male City Gosalp.
Paul Pablones, Thirty-fourth and U
streets,, reports the birth of a daujhter.
The Sunflower Pleasure club will give a
Halloween dance at Ruuhiug's hall this
Peter Fnrhs. 378 South Twentv-second
street, reported the birth of a Uau;ht?r
Miss Anna Haas will entertain the Chris
tian KnuVavor society of the Presbyterian
church this evening.
..C' M- Stephens reported to the police the
theft of an overcoat at the South Omaha
Live Stock Exchange. .
Enoch G. Ijtlr d ed In Sidney on October
18 at the age of yu year. H was iinova
to many Suuth Cmuha peoi lo.
Mr. and Mrs. Perrv Wheeler and the
young women of the Fifl club entertained
last night in celebration of Halloween.
The Ideal club dance last night waa a
treat, being a character dunce. In which the
guetits catered to the eceolriciites of tne
The EngltBh Lutheran church has sr
rauged for the publication ot a monthly
papvi- devoted to the Interests of ttie
Charles Cummlngs has secured the con
tract fur the voting booths, st Thirty-ninth
snd L streets, in plaoe of Peter Lenagh.
who foriurijr had the eootraf ' '
COUNCIL IGNORES CHARTER
Vacates Streets, Although City Law
Doei Not Warrant It.
LEGAL 0. K. IS WITHHELD
Barnam Fraakly days Mis Demo
cratic Partisans Have Ignored
the Charter Despite Ills Ad
vice t atop.
Despite repested opinions and warnings
from the city legal dpHrtment. the demo
cratic city council has persisted In going
contrsry to the city charter and has
vacated street sfter street.
City Attorney Rurnant and his two as
sistants have always refused to draw up
ordinances vacating streets, and each time
the question has come up they have told
the courjcllmen that they were going con
trary to law and that they had no right
to close a street. The democrats reftised
to heed this advice, however, and have
drawn tip their own ordinances, passed
them, sent them to the mayor for ap
proval and they have all by him been ap
proved. Tha new city charter, which was sp
proved and became effective April 3. 1D0S,
does not irlve to the council or any branch
of the city government the right to close
a street. Mayor Dahlman, Thomas Mc
Govern and the other ten democratic coun
cllinen went Into office on May 21. 190,
after the new charter went Into effect.
Since that time they have vacated ten
streets in the city of Omaha.
As chairman of the committee oru street
Improvements, Thomas McOoverh, council
man from the Ninth ward and the man who
was scared into action a few day ago by
the grand 1ury camping on t.la trail, has
taken the lead In the vacation of streets.
These vacatlona have Invariably been ap
proved by the whole committee, consisting
of Mr. McGovern, Peter Elsasser snd Lee
Bridges. Recommended by the committee,
the democratic council has approved the
vacation and no vetoes have been handed
down by his excellency, Mayor James
Charles Dahlman, "Bryan's closest per
sonal and political friend." ,
BtEm at the First.
Beginning their arbitrary practices soon
after taking their seats and being sworn
to uphold the laws, these democrats have
continued in violating the charter and va
cated a street as late as August
17 of this year. This is Fifth
street, between Pierce street and
Poppleton avenue. June 19 of this
year they vacated another street, Ninth
street, north of Castellar street.
Three streets were vacated by the demo
crats to accommodate the Her Tile works,
all of them In tha summer and fall of
1908, the first year they were In office.
Part of Pine atreet, between Third and
Fourth streets, was vacated August 31, 106,
ard on September 21 following the rest of
the street In this block was vacated.
Fourth street, between Pine and Paclflo
streets, was vacated September 13, 1906, and
September 22, 1906, Third atreet at Pine
was vacated. All of these streets were va
cated in favor of the Her. Tile worka and
are occupied by that firm without the
payment of any rent.
Among other streets vacated by the
democrats since the new charter became
effective are the following: Twelfth street.
between Marcy and Mason streets, vacated
October 26, 1906; Maple street, between
Twenty-seventh and Twenty-eighth streets,
vacated October IS, 1; Boulevard street,
at Twenty-fourth street, vacated May 3,
1907; part of Spring street, between Twenty-fourth
and Twenty-flfth streets, vacated
December 28, 19U7, and Tweny-flfth avenue,
between California and Burt streets, va
cated December 13, 1907.
ton estate. Mr. Crelghtnn said there i
nothing In the story and' that, while lie
had been away for four weeks, lie would
have been Informed If such negotiations
His trip south was both fur rnmlnrn nnd
pleasure, for he has Urge Interests In the
Lone Star state. Accomi-anylng him were
Mrs. Crelghton snd Mrs. Chsrlea Crelgh
ton. Morris Meyerfeld of San Frsnrisco and
Martin Beck of New York, respectively
president and genersl manHger of the
Orpheum vaudeville syndicate, are In
Omaha In the course of a trip to all the
cities except Winnipeg which are Included
In their circuit. "There Is no news In our
visit here. It Is Just one of the muny we
are making from coast to coast."
NEWS IN THE ARMY CIRCLE
Employe In aba Writes that Re
ports of F.lcrtloa Dlstarhanren
In a letter Just received by one of the.
civilian employes at army headquarteia
from Cuba, where the recipient of the let
ter was stationed for a year or more, the
writer of the letter takes emphatic ex
ception to reports sent out by Interested
parties regarding any rerious disturbances
during the late elections on that Island.
He contradicts the story and attributes
Its origin to luterested parties. "The dis
turbances were wholly local and Insignifi
cant." the letter states, "and had the same
character of disturbances occurred In New
Tork or any other city no notice would have
been taken of them. It Is also a mistake
to assume that any considerable number of
Cubans are anxious for annexation to the
United States, now or at any other time."
Leaves of absence fot one month and
twenty days have been granted First Lieu
tenant Oscar A. McGee of the Second cav
alry at Fort Des Moines snd for one
month to First Lieutenant F. G. Kellond
of the Nineteenth- Infantry at Fort Mac
kenzie. Orders have been Issued from army head
quarters for the payment of the regular
troops for the month of October that arc
stationed In this department. The pay
ments will begin October 31.
Very few of the officers of the regular
army will avail of the privilege to return
to their former homes to vote next week.
As a rule scarcely 16 per cent of the army
officers tako advantage of the privilege
A big shipment of miscellaneous com
missary supplies was ordered sent Satur
day morning from Omaha to Fort Des
Moines under the recent contracts awarded
to Omaha Jobbers.
Orders have Just been Issued from depart
ment headquarters approving a large num
ber of court-martial sentences resulting
from the general court-martial of numerous
deserters from the army. The sentences
run from one to three years, with Im
prisonment at Fort Leavenworth military
prison, and Include dishonorable discharge
from the army.
JEFF SECONDABE LINCOLN
Iledley Baldwin Bays This Waa Boy
hood Estimate of Candidate
"Ever since Jeff waa a little boy, we
boys always looked upon him as a sort of
a second Abraham Lincoln." Thus spoke
Hedley Baldwin, superintendent of the tit.
Louis division of the Big Four road, who,
with his wife, passed through Omaha Fri
day afternoon, enroute from California to
his home in Matoon, 111. "Baldy" and
"Jeff" were born on adjoining farms In
Chester county, Pennsylvania, and to
gether they have risen to the high posi
tion! they now hold. They went to school
together in Chester county and later taught
school on neighboring hills in Chester
county. They then decided they would go
to the University of Michigan to complete
their education. Jefferis took the law
course and Baldwin the engineering. Bald
win ta now superintendent of one of the
Important divisions of one of the largest
railroad systems of the country and Jef
feris Is one of the shining lights of the
Douglas County Bar and the next con
gressman from this district.
As Jefferis and Baldwin atood talking at
the Burlington station they were Joined by
C. L. Thomas of The Bee. who was also
a classmate of Mr. Baldwin's in the liter
ary departmeat at the University of Mich
igan. The group was soon Increased by Dr.
LeRoy Crummer, who happened along, and
who was also in the aame class at Ann
Arbor with Mr. Baldwin and Mr. Thomas.
"Jefferis has been a consistent worker
and climber since he was a little boy,
said Mr. Baldwin, "and the boys always
said Jeff would mske a mark for himself.
Every person In Chester county will be
glad to hear the news next Wednesday
morning of the election of Mr. Jefferis."
"And Jefferis will be able to aend the
good news bark to Pennsylvania, because
he Is going to he elected," said Governor
George L. Sheldon, who had Joined the
group at the station. Governor Sheldon
was enroute to Havelock, where he was to
speak Friday evening.
"It makes me wish I had moved out west
when I look at the size of the men you
grow out here." said Mr. Baldwin as he
cast his eye over the string of six-footers.
NO SALE ORPHEUM BUILDING
Ramor Is Denied ay John D. Crelah
ton. Who Retnrna front
Texaa climate and atmosphere are re
ported to work wondera and the state
ment la borne out by the fact that John
D. Crelghton returned home Friday even
ing firmly convinced that Bryan has some
prospects of success in the election Tues
day. Not lo be outdone by Bryan, or per
hapa following the lead suggested by the
"Bryan mule." Mr. Crelghton Invested in
three Texan Jackasses, one for himself, one
for Charles Crelghton and the third for
John M. Daugherty.
Mr. Crelghton pronounced the one he has
selected for himself Just about the best
little Jackass in Nebraska, or. mote ac
curately, will be the best when he gets
"Only 26 months old snd weighs 1.070
pounds," said he.
The visit to Omaha of Martin Beck and
Morris Meyerfeld, the chief officials of the
Orpheum circuit. Incited a rumor In the
atrical circles Saturday morning that they
were here to conclude a deal for the pur
chase of the Orpheum theater building of
Omaha, which la leased from tie Craign-
TAFT MEN SUREOF THE STATE
Repanllean Clnb Lengrne Workers
Bring Reports that Nebraska
Is In Line.
The reports of the men sent out Into the
state by the National League of Republican
Clubs show that If there was even any real
danger of Bryan's carrying this state such
fear has now been wholly dissipated. The
enthusiasm manifested not only In enroll
Ing new members In clubs already existing.
but In forming new republican clubs nianl
fests how great a hold Taft and Sheldon
have on the Nebraska voters. Over 23,000
sturdy republicans are registered as mem
bers of the league at the headquartera of
State Organiser Franklin A. Shotwell, and
every mall brings new club enrollments.
Up in Dodge a substantial republican vic
tory is assured. County Chairman Rey
nolds and Secretary Hoelacher have no
doubt as to Congressman Boyd's success
Our Standard Bearers
Most piano firms make their bid for patronage --on the merits
of one liigh grade piano. This is put forward as the leader the
standard bearer. Hut baek of the one really good instrument will
usually be found a number of cheaper pianos. The good instrument
is used as a bait.
With us ourJine of quality presents a solid, impregnable front.
You will not find our standard bearers masking a line of undesirables.
You will find quality the consideration we demanded when accept
ing the agency for every piano in our stock. This you will recognize
the moment we mention the names of our standard -bearers:
Stcinway, Stegcr, Schmoller & Mueller,
M ehlin, Hardman, Emerson,
A. B. Chase, McPhail
Names known the world over for quality in construction quality in artistic mod
els quality in superlative sweetness of tone. These form an array of quality pianos
of the character that give lasting satisfaction.
Why be satisfied with an Instrument of questionable reputation. Investigation of the quality of
our standard bearers is courted. Avail yourself ot this invitation.
riUCES, TERMS, QUALITY, form the triple combination that ought to be the paramount Issue In
your mind now.
TEN DOLLARS DOWNTHEN FIVE DOLLARS EACH MONTH
secures for your home one of our standard bearers.
Out-of-town buyers will confer a favor by writing for catalogues. Full Information and prompt at
tention given each inquiry.
SCHMOLLER (EL MUELLER
1311-1313 FARNAM ST., OMAHA, NEB.
Latta, aided by much money and mlln
formation, seemed at first to be able to
make some kind of a showing agalns.
Boyd, but his record In the legislature and
general lack of statesmanship Is making
new votes for Boyd every day.
FIGHT OVER HILL EXECUTOR
Other Heirs Object to John W. Hill,
Chosen by Testator as Ad
ministrator. John W. Hill, Jr., was appointed admin
istrator of the estate of the late Lew W.
Hill by County Judge Leslie over the pro
tests of the other heirs ana the latter navs
announced their Intention of fighting the
The fight over the administrator Is only
a part of the legal battle that will Involve
tho estate, however, for it is also announced
James H. Hill, Lew Hill's brother, and the
three children of Mary Wilson, his sister,
are preparing to make a fight on that part
of the will which provides that the estate
shall not be divided for five years.
County Judge Leslie in appointing John
W. Hill, jr., as administrator held that he
was following the testator's wishes. Mr.
Hill had been practically manager of the
estate for a number of years and was
named as trustee for five years in the will.
The heirs representing two-thirds of the
estate objected and asked that John W.
Daughejty or somo other competent per
son be appointed. They objected to Hill
on the grounds that he owes the estate
J50.000 and if he waa both trustee and ad
ministrator he would report as adminis
trator to himself as trustee. Judge Leslie,
however, held the question of his indebted
ness to the estate could bo settled easily
without prejudicing the estate.
James II. Hill, the brother, is over 70
years old and if he dies before the five'
years his heirs would lose their share in
the estate In case he does not acquire title
to his share before his death.
DEATH FROM GRIEF FOR WIFE
Michael Ryan, 78 Years of Aft, Dies
Just Two Weeks After
Grief over the death of his wife, just two
weeks ago and ill health due to his ago, 72,
caused the death of Michael Ryan at his
home, 1931 South Fifteenth street, Saturday
morning. He had been a resident of Omaha
for twenty-seven years. Two children, both
living In this city, survive ,him. They are
John A. Ryan and Mrs. P. J. Brennan. The
funeral services are to be held Monday
morning at 8 o'clock at the homo and at
St. Patrick's church. Fourteenth and Cas
tellar streets. Burial will be In Holy Sepul
SHELDON MONEY IS BEGGING
Morlts Meyer Offers Premlnm
Democrat Who Will Take
Bet ut aSOO.
Although the democrats are claiming to
have all kinds of money to bet on the elec
tion, Morlts Meyer has $600 which was left
him to bet on Sheldon being elected gov
ernor of Nebraska and can find no takers.
Mr. Meyer says he will give a box of clear
Havana cigars to anyone who can induce a
democrat to come around and take the
Shallenberger end of the bet.
Just to show his confidence In the results,
W. I. Klerstesd has announced he will
make a three-cornered bet with any one who
has the money to put up. He will bet $100
thst Taft will carry the city of Omaha.
$100 that he will carry the atate of Ne
braska and $100 that he will be elected
president of the United States.
A Ton of Cold
could buy nothing better for femsle weak
nesses, lame back and kidney trouble than
Electric Bitters. BOc. For sale by Beaton
Elaborate Fnnersl Ulvea Do.
Incased in an expensive coffin, which
was almost covered with violets and at
tended by its owner, with a friend and a
maid as mourners, the body of Nero Le
pardus, a valuable Italian greyhound, was
taken to Greenwood cemetery. New Tork,
In a cab and burled. The only thing lack-
Ing In the burial to distinguish It from that
of a human body waa that there was no
For almost a day the dog lay In state In
the Hotel Majestic. Hundreds of men,
women and children passed through the
parlor to see how lavishly Mrs. Chrls
tianna Lepardus, owner of the dog and
proprietor of the hotel, had provided for
the burial. Nero had been her pet and
almost constant companion for fifteen
years. His kindly disposition had endeared
him not only to her, but also to many of
her neighbors. They joined with her In
making the funeral of the animal the most
sumptuous that ever had been held In this
section, and no Trenton dog ever had as
many tears shed over him.
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ON'T get the idea that because we have said Kuppenheimer Clothes are
not freakish or extreme, that they haven't the snap and spirit young
men require. The popularity of Kuppenheimer styles in University
towns is marked ; college men who insist on proper style down to the
minute are partial to the new fall and winter models.
There's a Kuppenheimer style to meet every reasonable taste from freshman
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