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BRIEF CITY NEWS
av Boot TrtmX It.
Ittsnswda, K&kolm, Jswalsr.
Bwdolph r. Itwbea, iUo AwtuUiL
atoeraa for Quality cigars, II 8. Win
atlnakart, photographer, llth Ftrum.
Wowman, 117 N. Is. Etouglas shoe, tit.
Zlsctrtcal Wiring aaa lipu. Burgess
Grind mi company, lill Howard street.
Ssaltakle Ufa Policies sight draft at
maturity. li. tt. Nsely, manager, Omaha.
Hssele Workers te Msst A mating of
ths Needlework Guild of Aasenca U called
for Wednasdsr moraine at IS o'clock at
the noma of Mra. J. W.- Nicholson.
Tea Mower aaa biuuH Fspers
should b kept to a fire aad burglar
proof aafa deposit box la the American
Rafa Deposit vaults in the Bee building.
Boise rent for only t 4 year.
aVaae trio On rtre -An auto truck be
longing to Hayden Bros, came near being
burned up at noon Monday. A spark from
the engine Ignited the grease on the board
under the machinery, but the bias was
put out before any serious damage waa
w kw la sasd Pauline Henkrl has
begun suit agalast the Bupreme Tribe of
Ben Hur for d.tOO on a policy held In the
organisation by bcr husband, Henry
HenkeL gbe says be wis killed In an ac
cident June St. and the society now refuses
' to pay the policy.
W Sanaa Baas Street Car Company
Charging she was thrown off a street car
as it started suddenly as he was alighting,
Chaterlns Bock has bfgun suit against the
street rsllwsy company for K.,000. She
says her wrist was broken and her back
sprained by the faH.
groauajr Circus at T. ML C A. prepsrf
tlons are under way In Touruf Men's Chris-
tlon association circles far the annua
dummy circus to be given in the groins
lom on December S rjd 4. The proceeds
will be used to deftly expenses in the
foreign work department
Fmnsral of lUMi T. lCurphy The
funeral of James t. Murphy, the Union Pa
cific twftctwgan who was kll'& Saturday
night, will be held Tuesday n mji i il
t o'e'iock at Holy Family church. Eigh
teenth Mid laard ' streets. Interment will
bo In Holy Bepulcher cemetery.
Mrs- S. . Walls X.sc tares Mrs. V. B.
"Wells of Chicago Monday afternoon began
a course of missionary lectures at the Tint
Presbyterian church, using the teit books
of the United Btudy of Missions clses for
this year. The lectures continue through
the week at 1:10 p. m. Women of all de
nomination! have been Invited.
Tndioied for Xtooklag- Koreas Tail
Charged with docking the tail of a horse,
Duncan Turner, a veterinarian, has been
Indicted by the county grand Jury. The
Indictment was drawn under the law which
prohibits the cutting of the bone of the
tstl of n animal. Mr. Turner appt-ared
in court Monday and gave bond for his
Btath. Trial la Denied Judge Sutton
Las denied a new trial In the suit of Bmmi
Hoekovec against the street railway com
pany and. the case will again be carried to
tho supreme court by the' street car com
pany. At the dose of the eighth trial of
the esse Miss Hoskovec secured a verdict
fur flVTSs and the defendants moved for
a new hearing which the court refused to
Electricity at T. M, O. A A new in
stallment of electrical" apparatus Is being
placed in the department of electricity at
the Young Men's Christian association this
week.' The electrical department Is com
paratively a new departure from the gen
rral course of study and is Intended only
suj a&nid '.t. tjiose . holding positions In
which a limited knowledge of electricity Is
necessary. ' '
Mora Divorces Oraatoa Charles J,
Cunningham haa secured a divorce from
Hat tie and the custody of the children.
Ono of the provisions of the decree was
that he keeps Mrs. -Cunningham advised
at all times of the whereabouts of the
children. Hasel Dyer secured a divorce
from Arthur T, on chargea of cruelty. Jose
phlns M. Pegau secured a decree from Ed
ward A. on grounds of non-support.
Canadian Tercentenary Postage Stamps
Samples of the Canadian tercentenary
postage stamps have b;-rn received at th
Omaha postoffice. The stamps are of eight
denominations, embracing the H cent. 1
cent, i, 6, 7. 10, IS and 30-cent variety. Tbe
nickel. Patrolman MrDougall arrested
Januga Sunday morning on the charge of
vagrancy and petty larcency. and in police
court Monday the sentence given by
Judge Crawford was calculated te n.
petty thieving of this kind. It Is said that
P aura's fc,ol bJ! proclintks promoted
him to tske the psper for the sake of the
On Trial for Alleged Barflary Charles
Fayne, charged with attempu-d burglary
in eoutn omaha. Is on trial In the district
court. Three months ago Officer Elsfelder
shot him in the arm as he was trying to
escape from the policeman. It Is charged
he pried open window In the home of
Frank Kinsley of South Omaha. Mr.
Kinsley was awakened by the noise And
frightened him away. Then It Is charged
he went across the street and was trying
to enter another residence when the police
man discovered him. Ho started to run and
the officer brought him to a standstill by
using bis gun.
rrol. Isaacs an Josef Israels One of
the most Interesting lectures which Prof.
Isaacs Is to give to Omaha audiences In
the near future has to do with the famous
Dutch painter, Josef Israels, in sge and
achievement one of the greatest living
painters of International repute. Prof.
Isaacs hss been fortunate enough to secure
Israels' permission to utilise Ms works for
reproduction and hence the fifty examples
collected are authoritative. There are
many paintings in the collection, which
will be of the greatest interest even to
those who are totally Ignorant of the prln
clples of pictorial art.
From Fnlprt t Cnastaaqaa J. E. Ever
1st Csthell of Richmond. Ind- is registered
at the Paxton. Dr. Csthell. who was until
last spring rector of Ft, Psul's Protestant
Episcopal church of Des Moines, has gone
Into lecture work and is now one of the
best paid men In the Chautauqua field. Hs
has long been eminent In the Episcopal
church and Is one of the leaders of the
'Protestant" school. At the last general
convention of the church htld In Rich
mond. Vs.. he attracted notice by his ef
forts te promote union with the Protestant
rra est the bests laid down ten years ago
by tbe Lambeth conference.
WILLIAMS ASKS VOTES. SHOWN
Railway (osiBilnleaer la Eaerelaed
Over the Itetaras la Da at
Demand that the voting machines In
practically all of the precincts in Douglas
county be opened to verify tha vote on
railway commlssiouer wss made of the
canvassing board Monday by J. A. Williams,
present commissioner and republican can
didate for that office. Mr. Williams wss
an interested witness to the proceedings
of the canvassing board Monday forenoon
Mr. Cowgill according to the latest avail
able figures led Mr. Williams by (W0 votes.
The written request thst the mschlnes
be examined was a general one, no particu
lar precincts being specified. It ssks for
an examination wherever It appears tha
an error has been made In the record re
turned by the election board.
"I will ask thst every machine used in the
election be opened If necessary."-said Mr.
Williams In explanation. This will delsy
the completion of the canvass and it will
probably be the end of the week before the
The board discovered an error In the re
turns from the First precinct in the Fourth
wsrd. Only 411 names were on the poll
books, as having voted while the voting
machine total showed 42 hed voted. The
board will take the machine figures.
Mr. Cowgl.l and also W. A. Eathon, demo
cratic nominee for land commissioner have
been In Omaha for a oouple of days.
DMA BLOCKS TI1E CORN SHOW
Hotel Object to Te of Btretti to
Kike Sufficient Boom.
BUSINESS YUS AM 01X153 MAD
Great rrwarrews la Seta Mad la tbe
Car, Shew, la Walra (be Ra
ti r West Is Very Msek
WEEK OF PRAYER AT Y. M. C. A.
ervlres Will Be Held Each Day at
tha Heads Barters em Hr
The week of prayer will be observed this
week bt the local Young Men's Christian j
Business men's prayer service will be
held esch day of the week between 12 and
1J:S9 o'clock. Prayer services for educa- !
tlonal students will be held each evening
Immediately at the close of their classes.
Harry W. Arnold of New Tork City,
whose lectures hsve " received favorable
comments in eastern papers, will deliver
an address Tuesday evening on church
r.luhs and church federations. Mr. Arnold
tamps resemble tha Columbisn souvenir an MSOciate of Fred B. Smith on the
stamps, and while very pretty, do not uj-iou, WOrk department of the Interna
equpl in artistic design any of the souvenir lional committee and has made a thor
stamps issued ty the United 6tstes during ' ough and exhaustive study of bis subject,
the last twenty years. jA dmneT wm be tendered the speaker on
HaskaU-Kearst Case Ooes Over On a Tuesday evening, to which pastors, Sunday
lion of J. W. Batten, attorney for W. school superintendents and teachers of the
Hearst in the Haskell-Hearst 1600.000 men' and boys' classes are cordially ln-
bel case, transferred to the United Slates vited to attend.
circuit court of Nebraska, the answer day. Chancellor w. J. Davidson or the Wes
feaa been continued from November 16 to ' leyan university will deliver an address
December 7 by Judge W. H. Munger. A next 6unday afternoon at 4 o'clock under
motion was also fi.ed Mondsy morning re- j the auspices of the Young Men's Christian
It Is to be hoped that Bauman's attitude
will not force tha Corn exposition away
from the reta!I section out to tha Ak-Ssr-Ben
den." said General Manager J. Wilkes
Jnes of the reposition Monody morning.
Omaha business mea hsve been worked
up to the boiling point over the ohsttuctlon
put In the way of ths National Corn ex
position by Samuel Bauman, propr etor of
th Oma hotel. The hope is expressed thst
realisation of the Intense indignation
which almost unl-ersal!y prevails will com
pel Bauman to withdraw his petition for
an injunction sgtnst tbe closing of Fif
teenth street from Howerd to Jsckson by
the erect;on there of the' build ng which Is
to house the educational exhibits of Iowa
This feeling Is all the more acuta because,
ss these business men say, the exposition
min redound enormously to ths benefit of
tbs hotel which Bauman runs because of Its
proximity to the Auditorium. Bauman. It
is SilJ. has agreed to withdraw his suit
for a consideration, but If there is any
such transaction it ought 'to be the
other way. say men atuualnted wiih the
fit us tlon.
Many business men hsve already gone to
see Bsuman to tell him In plain language
what they think of his activity.
threat Prwa-resa Is Made.
Except for this incident the progress of
crepsrstlon for the exposition is being
made at a Dace which Is wonderful when
the enormous number of details to be ar
rancd ia taken Into consideration. The al
titude of tbe railroads continues to be giail
fjlng and the acuta lnteiest which they are
sn awing Is typified in the following letter
sent to sll agents of the Illinois Central by
J. O. Hatch, general passenger agent, and
A. H. Hansen, passenger traffic mankger:
The National Corn exposition of Omaha
December tu Is. Is to be. as its name Im
plies, national in its scope, and. as hai
been claimed far it, "an exposition with a
purpose, ' whk n purpose is to Inspire the
adoption and use only of the best, modern
scientific and common-sense methods of
farming and to demonstrate what those
roeihoaa sre snd how they may be suc
cessfully put In prsctice on the farm. The
term "corn'' in this connection is used In
Its brosd continental sense and refers to
sil trains. Various advertising matter of
the exposition has been or will be sent to
you so thst In a brosd way you will be
In position to become familiar with wnat
ia tn be attemnted at Omaha.
The purpose of this circular, therefore, is
to suggest thst you talk with the agricul
tural and other Interests of your locality
with the end in view of getting up. if possi
ble, a delegation to visit the Omaha ex
position. It is further suggested that you
co-operate with the local grain dealers, im
plement dealers and county organisations
trial you my be able to reach, with the
further view of their aendina- to Omaha a
local "grain show," and also that you help
organise special "corn show parties'' or
deiegstions to visit the exposition. The
exposition people, through this office or
direct, will furmsh premium lists snd othe
sdvertising mstter that will help you,
showing among other things the various
forms of entertaining for the visitors when
they srrive. Kindly give this your careful
Railroad Rates Oasalas;.
In the matter of fares It has been an
nounced that tha Illinois Central, the
Great Western and ths Milwaukee have
granted a one-and-ene-half-fare rate from
pulnta east of tha Missouri. It is hoped
that tha selling limit will be extended and
F. L. Haller, general manager of the Llrrl
ger company, was tn Chicago Monday
meeting representatives of the Western
; passenger association.
How thoroughly and comprehensively N
braska is interested Is shown In the spe
cial trip made hers Monday by William
Ritchie, superintendent of schools of Chey-
Cleanse;, preserves and
beautifies the teeth, and
Purifies the breath
A superior dentifrice
for people of refinement
Est.bliihcd i '.866 by
FALL FROM EIGHTH SM
JERO TO LIE AT ARLINGTON
Remains of Captain Emmet Crawford
Will Be Transferred.
REMOVAL TO BE 1SEXT WEEX
la tha Xatlawal Cemetery Resaalaa at
Maa Wk, Faaght Gerwalssa
Will Be Rebarled with
The remains of the iate Captain Em met
Crawford of the Third United States cav
alry, which hsve lain at Kearney since I
ISK, are to be disinterred and transferred 1
to Arlington cemetery snd there reburieJ 1
A. W, Taylor, a Carpenter, Lives, but
is Seriously Hurt.
BROKEN LEO, INTERNAL INJURIES
Picked I p I acsswlsai aad Takes t
Hoeslta!, Where It la Fearei II
fassst tarvlva the Ac-rldeat.
A. W. Taylor, a carpenter employed at
the new John Ieere Plow company build
ing at Ninth and Harney streets, fell from
tbe roof of the eight-story struc'.ure soon
after 10 o'clock Monday morning and was
seriously, perhaps fatally. Injured. A bad
fracture of bis left leg, a fracture of tbe
right arm, numerous bruises and probably
Internal Injuries were sustained.
In an unconscious condition he was hur
ried to the Wise Memorial hospital in the
police patrol and temporarily attended to by
Dr. Hopkins until the arrival of Dr. McDer-
Taylor lives with his wife st the corner
of Twenty-seventh avenue and Burdette
streets. They hsvs no children. He is
IS years of sge snd a member of the
Odd Fellows lodge and the local carpenter's
union. Sioux City was formerly his home,
but hs has lived In this city for about three
After tbe accident a meeting of the ninety
union carpenters working on the building
was called and it was decided to quit work
for tha day out of respect to their fellow
The work on the building is in charge
of the Leonard Construction compsny of
Chicago. N. A. Park is the local superin
Taylor was working on the roof of the
building, where the concrete work is still
under wsy, and In some manner he slipped
on ths loose temporary flooring and was
dashed to the ground. When picked up by
workmen and passers-by he was uncon
scious and he remained so.
At the hospital In th afternoon he was
reported to be In such a serious condition
that his death was hourly expected. He
was still unconscious and yet his groans
showed that be waa suffering intense pain
from his injuries. Mrs. Taylor was at the
bedside of her husband and was so af
fected that anxiety was aroused for ber.
with military honors next week. !
Csptaln Crawford was mortally wt unded ,
during the Apache campaign agnst the j
noted Apache chief, Geronlmo, in January. '
:N, and his body was buried that year in I
May st Kearney, where Captain Crawford 1
ad some property interests and where his
brother lived st the time. In the Ispse of I
ears all of his relatives have passed away
nd the grave of the hero has been neg
lected. Through the kindly comradeship
Brigadier General Charles Morton, who
was then a captain of the Third cavalry,
the War department has been Induced to
hsvs the boy of Captain Crawford rt moved
o Arlington National cemetery.
Captain Cram ford was in pursuit of Ge
ronlmo across the Mexican border when
the affray In which he received his mortal
wounj from the hands of Mrxlcsn troops
occurred. But the pursuit resulted In tht;
final rapture of Geronlmo. His death was
deeply deplored by both the Mexican and
American governments and every amende
honorable was mads by the Mexican gov-
rnment for his death.
Ths body will be removed from Kesrney
on Monday November 2S. and will teach
Omaha enroute to Washington about the
follow.ng Wednesday. The department
staff of the Department of the Missouri
will be present st the depot to psy proper
respect to the remains of the hero ami a
detail of officers will accompany ths body
from Omaha to Wsshlngton. The interment
at Arl ngton cemetery will be mads No-
enne county, on the western border of the
state. He cstne to make arrangements for
accommodations for pupils from his
schools. Two. girls ars to visit the model
kitchen department and report to farmers'
Institutes and local newspapers. A large
number of boys ars also anxious to come
and he was informed by Deputy State Su
perintendent E. C. Bishop that ths latter
waa making arrangements for the recep
tion aDd supervision of boys. This county
is typical of the Interest taken and of the
number of young people who will take ad
vantage of the real purpose of the ex
position Us educational opportunities.
A letter reoelved Monday announces that
Dr. H. 12. Sawyer of the bureau of chem
istry. Department of Agriculture, will be
hers to demonstrate the possibilities ol
wood alcohol and Us manulacture. . The
equipment haa aiready been shipped. Dr.
Bawyer is the rignt-hand man of Dr. H.
W. Wiley, famous for bis food expert-
mental stiuada. Dr. Bawyer will arrive
Friday is install bis apparatus.
quiring Governor C N. Haskell to put up
security for costs. It la estimated that Ui
costs la tbs case will approximate 2.0J0.
Ssoona Tom la Tws Years Tor ths
second Urns in less than two years James
A. Butcher was sentenced to a term in tha
penitentiary In criminal court Monday. He
pleaded guilty to breaking into the resi
dence of John T. Ekluud and stealing
clothing worth Hi- He had just completed
a term for burglary and Jiad been out of
fulaon only a few weeks. Judge Soars
took into acoount bis previous bad record
auid gave htm seven years, an unusually
tiff term for burglary,
Ksal Sstsss Sxahaaga Offlosra Ths
ely elected Officers of the Oman Heal
Estate exchange will be inducted into office
at the regular meeting Wednesday at ths
Commercial club. 6everal of the new offi
cials will make short addresses. Another
new addition is shortly to be put on the
market. It Is the Creighton Second snd Is
a twenty-five-acre tract located at Mili
tary avenue. Seward and Parker. Ths
project is fathered by tbs D. V. Sholes
company. Grading, sewers and water im
provements hsvs beeri Installed on ths
tract and shade trees set out.
rapsr la Sigh Priced John Janga's
Sunday paper cost htm IT 6u. simply be
ca.uus he helped hlnaaelf to one he found
on ths threshold of a saloon st 1M2 Doug
las street instead of buying one for a
ENGLISH IS POPULAR ABROAD
tpskes by All Clerks la Vtoekhalsa
Ktarrs. Kays Taarlst Jast
"I heard English spoken as much while
abroad as I did the foreign lngugs, and
in Stockholm all the clerks In thi stores
talk English as fluently ss they do Swed
ish," said Wll'lam Plarck. brother of
Prink Plarjck, bookkeeper In the office rf
the city comptroller, who hss Just re
turred fro:i his third trip to the land of
Ms birth. Mr. Planck's roms Is in Red
Oak, la., and ha came to On.aha to vUit
his brother and attend the silver wedding
arniverbary of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bloom.
UK South twenty-third street.
Saturday was the twenty-: If th anniver
Mry of the marriage tf Mr. and Mrs.
Bloom, and their children planned a pleas
ing surprise party foi them, three of the
gueels having been born in tbe same year
Mr. Bloom was born, all of them having
been friends sine boyhood. These were
Mr. and Mrs. William Planck of Red Oak,
la; Theodore Larson, ax-mayor if Ptunton,
la.; Mra. Alex Sandell and Mr.
and Mrs- Jonaa Mollenhoff of Stanton, Ia
Mr. Mollenhoff and Comptroller Lobeck
went to school together when they wers
ktaaea frosa Head to Heel
was Ben r'Oul. Tli.eet, Ala., when dragged
over a gravel roadway, but Bucklen's Ar
nica 6ale cured him. 3c. For sals by
Beaton Drug Co.
It is an easy matter to do business
Into the homes of the best people.
HOPPER WILL BEING TESTED
liar Docasaeat la laser Mler
ease af I -aw te Deteratlae
Ths legality of Iks peculiar will made
by William Hopper, a wealthy farmer of
Elkhorn, Is being tested tn a contest before
County Judge Leslie. Mr. Hopper made as
a part of his will six deeds to property he
owned, one deed to each of six of his
children. Bryan B. Hopper, his son, and
Mrs. Doroilla McLean, his daughter, were
not included among those who received
deeds. In his will be mads a nominal be
quest to Bryan Hopper and expla.ned h
did not need any more property because he
bad already advanced him cona.dt-rsble
money for his business. He msde pro
vision for a trust fund for Mrs. McLean,
but left her no real estate by direct be
John Deere Plow company, creditor
Bryan Hopper, was the first to attack the
deed provisions of the will. It asserts bis
method of leaving he property was not
legal, but does not attack the will Kself.
Mrs. McLean, who is represented by Gen
eral John C. Cowin and Daniel G.lbert
Hopper, a son, sre also fighting the pro
visions of the will on the same grounds
as the Deere company. He ia represented
by Smyth Smith. H. H. Baldrige is rep
resenting tha other heirs, and F. A. Brogan
the Deers company.
Men's Great Suit Sale
Our Saturday Sal of Mra'i Suit mi rrrj sacwaaful; our aec.
ond floor brine crowded with buyers the entire day, aad every
rlMtor waa lmmcwiely aurpri'x'd l SXwMly pleased by the w-on-derful
values, style and tit of thcoe Suit.
However, our purchase w as too large to go tn one- day, mo those
who missed Saturday's Sale may tlU have aa oppoetwBhy to
elect from a complete aMorUnesit of ap-to-dala style, color,
pat terns and weave. .
These Suit have Just arrived from the maker, every on bright
and new in every particular; they are carefully hand tailored by
(.killed workmen under the direction of expert clothe builders
and especially designed for long wear and handsome appearance.
Ordinarily worth 20 to f25, they were sacrificed for our ready
cash, so that we In turn will give our thousands wf friends tha
benefit of this wonderful bargain.
REM KM BKR They're actually worth f20 to $2&. and wa are
practically giving them away for
OKisii LatAcrwa cvorwm.
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GIRL'S ASSAILANT ARRESTED
Aarwra Roy Caplser Is Caaaht After
Five Days Chase sa De
Charged with criminal 'assault upon s-
year-old Lena Toung of Aurora, Rny Capt-
ner was arrested after a four days' chase by
Deputy Sheriff Flanagan at the Bellevue
celery farm near Bellevue Captner was
Immediately taken tn charge by Sheriff
Toung of Hamilton county and returned
there for trial.
The assault was committed a week ago
Sunday. Captner, It Is rhsrgod, enticed the
little girl into his room at the hotel con
ducted by ber father. When arrested hs
denied his guilt, but the fact he disap
peared a few minutes sfter the assault was
committed, Is considered evidence sgainst
The little girl mill probably recover.
OieriwW, lew. WIS tiit Q
will attend the
Miller, Stewart& Beaten
4i-is-i7 ,bih Si
Prices Cut From
25 to 50 Per Cent
SHIPPERS WATCH TAG RULE
gee What Wistera Freight
latloa Will D
Local shippers sre watrhing the Western
Freight Cla'sil. ation committee to s--e
what action that body will lake miih re
gard to ths nature of ths tags which must
Identify every piece of fieht ahippsd un
)rs ths address of tbe consignee is marked
on tbs shipment Itself. Tws order now ex
isting requires. It is slated the use of
tinea tags, which entails too great sn ex-
I pn sr. according to W. S. Wrght. former
president of the Cotr.nerc al c ub. and other
Ths law ss a whols is liked by shippers,
although it requires more careful and de
tailed marklrg of goods sent out tkaa form
erly. There sre of course soma txceptloas
to tbs law as It now etanda. Each aad
every brick does aot have ts be aepa
istsly addressed, of course. There are
mm other exceptions which will probably
sooner or later also be made, or at lsast
ought ts be ausf w
The Knock-oat Blow.
i"n blow wLUh knocked out Cortt
was g revelation to tbe prize fighter.
From tbe earliest days ol the ring tha
knock-out blow waJliiuM lor tbe Jw.
the. temple or tbe Jugular vein. Stomach
pnnrtieA were thrown In to worry mod
weary the lighter, but If a scientific man
Lad told one of the old fighter that ths
most vulnerable ik1 wa the region ol
the Etocntch, he'd have laughed at hltn
for gn Ignoramus. Dr. Pierce U bringing
feuuve to the public a parallel fact; that
Vu sv7naj it the moat vulnerable organ
t ut olhe pri ring at well as In It. Wa
protect bur ii vt?, throats, foet and lungs,
but lUeSkJteAe are utterly indiffer
ent to, until diitatXbrtiis the solar plexug
and knocks ut ouu" MV-e your stngiarH
V.u iTr.uvl iwj-jnj ywir no.-t vumet
l: :e soot. tioidea kisdlcaT Discover)
curt t< stomach," Indigestion, or
dyspepsia, torpid liver, bad, thin and Ua
pure blond and other disMW of tbs or
gans cf digestion and nutrition,
Ths'dolden Medical Discovery ba ft
tpeclfie enrative eflect upou all mucous
gurfacw aud hence cure catarrh, na
matter a here located or what suge It
may Lave readied. In Nasal Catarrh II
Is a ell to clean- the passage with Dr.
tinge's Catarrh Hrrncdy Cuid while using
the 'Discovery "aa a rotutltuliouul rrra
eij. ll'fct the Colucn Medical Discov
ery" cure catarrhal tiisoam. as of tba
stomach, bowels, bladder and other pelvifl
organs will be t.'u'.n to you If yoa will
read a bool:Vct of extract from the writ
ings of eminent ir.fj.cl authorities, rn
diirsing tu ttigredleci and explaining
their curative projiertles. It is mailed
frt on request. Audress Dr. H. V. Pterca,
ituffulo, K. Y. Ti..s booklet gives all tig
Ingredients entering ltito Dr. Pierce '
medicines from wbkk it will be ea that
the contain not a drop of alcohol, pure,
triple-rennnd glycerins being used instead.
Dr. Pierce's great thousand-page Illus
trated ComcMu banns Medical Asvi!e
will be sent free, paper-bound, (or 21 oka
rent stamp, or cloth bound fur 11
4 areas lit. Plana as sw
HARTE WANTS OFFICE AT ONCE
Cwaaty Caaasalsslaaer-Eleet Objeets t
Waltlaa; a Omelal Caavass
A. C. Harte. who was elected without
opposition to succeed James 11. Rlggs in
the unexpired term as county commissioner
from tbe country district, appeared at ths
county bouse Monday . with a lunch box
ready to take charge of bis office at ones,
in spits of tbe fact the canvassing board
has not completed Its work. Mr. Harts
maa at first inclined to insist on being
seated at once and has already filed his
bold and taken tbe oatk of office.
After s talk wltk tha county attorney,
however, be dnolded he would have te wait
for his certificate of election and he went
back home again. It was reported Satur
day that Coroner-elect Heafey had taken
bis offlo.. but he. too. will hsvs to wait
until the canvassers finish their work.
COUNTY LOSES IN TAX SUIT
Jadge Kiraaedy tCalalaa Taxatlaa ml
Cwarattaaloa Firm's Loaaa
Clay, Robinson Co. of South Omaha
need not pay taxes on gS.000, according to
a decision of Judge Kennedy Monday morn
ing in tbe suit In which tbe live stock firm
asks for an injunction against the county
to prevent its collecting taxes levied on
the high valuation. The company asserts
It has only a little more than JTUO worth of
offioe furniture to be taxed in this county.
The County Board of Equalisation placed
Its valuation at fc., asserting it had a
working capital of that amount in the
county which it loaned to cattle men.
Judge Kennedy decided that as the loans
wers made from Chicago and the notes sent
there, tbe situs of the property was there
and it could not be taxed in this county.
Tts county will appeai.
WOMAN DIES FROM THE BURNS
Mrs, Aaale Itilm aeeaauha, hat
Her Uaaahler rrwbahly Will
Mrs. Annie Senders of w Taylor street,
whf wss seriously burned about the bead,
arms and feet Sunday evening by gasoline,
died at the Swedish Mission hospital at 4
o'clock Monday tnorr.lug. Her daughter
Annie probably will live, ae ber ii.Jurk-s
sre not aa serious aa those received by Mrs.
IiKin &nd clothing are en-
tirely different things.
Nuturallj they require
entirely different soaps.
Jap Rose is essentially a
sKin cleanser. Made from
the purest vegetable oils.
blended by our own pro
cess. Perfect for the b&to.
. IT CAEirOT tt rfTTATT
J&s. S. Hirll $ Co.
363 H. Water St Chicago
Sead as tc la stamp fee t
rfPPltfli drawiags ef JasaBw
Ckl lar. a fcy Marie
Billec. wltaesu any AdvarOaiag,
GOAL FOR EVERY HOME
Winter comfort depends uiKn the service ren
dered by the heating outfit. Your furnace or stove
says: "(Jive me good coal if you want mQ to keep you
warm and cook your meals."
If heating plants could vote there would i? a
landslide for Suiiderland's coal.
"Water is heavy. Coal not kept under cover gets
wet. Wet, dirty coal weighs from 10 -to 20 more
than dry, clean coal. Dirt and dust sticks to the
lumps, i wet, and can't be screened out. A ton is
2,000 lbs., partly coal, partly dirt andpartly water.
But read on . ,
Sunderland's Coal Is Dry
Our coal comes to us in tight Tox cars' arid is
stored in our water-proof sheds. Comes to us dry
and never gets wet.
Dirt and dust are removed from our tlry coal by
a thorough screening. "
In other words, every dollar sjent for Sunder
land's coal means more fuel, more--warmth, more
meals cooked than will result from buying elsewhere.
That's why we'aro serving so many Omaha
homes. , . -
OZA.FC.K, for Furnaces, S8.50
There are some distinct advantages from using
Ozark Spadra Arkansas Anthracite coal instead of
eastern Jiard coal; Holds low fire longer; makes hot
. fire much quicker, makes very little clinker, is clean
and costs TWO DOLLARS less.. '
Wre have shown "Missourified" a big list. of
Omaha fuel buyers. . '
Where are you fromt Ozark is from Sunderland.
ECLIPSE NUT' S4.SO
' You have something left out of a "FIVER"
when you buy a ton of our Eclipse Nut cooking coal.
What's the use of spending a BIG TEN vrhen
Eclipse Nut will do your cooking right!
We are not going to change from the policy
adopted 25 years ago. That policy is to furnish just
what we agree to furnish, both as to quality, quantity
Sunderland Bros. Co.,
40 BIO TEAMS -40 YELL-O WtCONS
TAKDS XaT VAJLIOUS ABT Or Tn CZTT. BOTX FIOVII.
, BEST SXUTUT SSBTICa. MAIM OrflCX 114 XAJlaTKT ITUII.
for Fall Wear
WE certainly feel Justified In boast
ing of the very tempting array
of gmart fabrlce that will creet your
eye at this atore for this seasons
But you'd better get your order on
our books now, today while the as
sortment is at it's beau You'll find the
fabrics sensibly pr'cd.
To Even Up Our Medium Pricoi
Lines w Have reduce J the price i
on many of our highest grade fab
rics. You'll fini a liberal assort- !
ment of S30 and $43 ary lee on the
S40 tables -4 2 and 40 styles on
the S3 3 tab!ea-$3S and S3 5 fab
Trmeri It ti S12 Suit! $25 to J50
There are no vacant offices, but:-
If you have been looking for such rooms, no doubt
you have found desirable space is a rare thing. From
time to time changes are made by tenants which would
make available just the kind of office rooms which you
desire. . .
is occupied from top to bottom, but tor reasons above stated
we keep s waiting list and would be pleased to bare yoa call
and look through the building. By giving us sn ides of your
requirements would place us is s position to fulfill yoer wants
along this line st some future time. Leave your same ssd
R. W. BAKER, Supt.
WILLIAM JEKKKMS' SONS.
209-11 !oth 13th bU
11 EN FOR
By the Old Reliable Dr. Searles & Searles.
tablkahed la Omaha for is jrs&rs. 'i bs mny Itiou..
anas ut cas cud ky as osaaa us tbs auust xpr
Mruced ei'sciallala lo to Wast, In ail diasasss aad an.
n.eriis fit ma Ws know Just wLst will curs you
aud curs you quickly.
Wt Cure You, Then You Pay U Our Fee.
Ws a aks ae mWaadiag or tales euAMnaata, r trftsr
row cfci, aoruilsss treatment. Our rcpulaUua and
am ars too fasoraoly known; overy um s Heat our
irpuLaUun ts at siaks. Your bsaiia, ill and aafianesa
ts too ssrtous a matter ta .lacs la tba bands ut a
-aA-aC-ELSSsV SOOTOS. Honest dxtora of ehllHy use
tl.eir OWB BAata 1ST TBtZIS BUSlXXSS. giarssws
XXblllty, BUeod roisea. Salsa Pissasss. aUdasw aad a la,
ess rjiase, ail Special mssasse aad AUaasata of Ma
VREE fc-samuiation and ctxiiault iuu, tviue 11
srumiua ktiaaa for fcouta ireainwat
"Dr. Seniles '& Searles, U9 & litb, Cor. 14th and Douglas, Omiha,
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