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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1008.
BRIEF OTV NEWS
avs ot Frist I.
Badolph r. Bwcsoea, FabUs Accountant.
Morand's lessoas la taietaf. Tel. D. 1441.
Klasaert, photographer, llth Farnam.
Sowmaa, 117 N. 1. Douglas mho, tl.it.
Pa Keorke for holiday candles and cl
ear. tl 8. ISth.
SiniUbla Ufa Policies sight drafla at
maturity. H. D. Keety. manager. Omaha.
For Xmas Oaa or electric readme
lamp make acceptable present PrlcM
reasonable, Burgess-Qranden Ca.. next to
gas office. 1511 Howard St.
Associated Charities Mssttnr The reg
ular monthly meeting of the board of di
rectors of the Associated Charltlea will be
held Friday afternoon at I o'clock.
Keep your money and. valuables In a
aafe deposit box la the American Safe De
posit Vaulte In The Ce building, which la
absolutely burglar and fireproof. Boxes
rent for only 4 a year or II a quarter.
Woman Asks Pay for Her Fall Mai
mlda Cooley baa begun ault for $2,600 In
district court against Quatus F. Beavers, a
hardware man In 8outh Omaha. 8he aays
she tripped on some rolls of wire netting
in front of the store and Injured herself
Fnaeral of William. X. Browa The
funeral of William H. Brown, who died
Tuesday at his home, 1615 Caiteilar street.
w as held at Bt. l ater s church. Fourteenth
and Castellar streets, Thursday morning at
9 o'clock. Burial waa In St- alary a ceme
tery In South Omaha.
Bather Strenaons Hubby Charging Ed
ward User roamed about the country for
several months, contributing nothing to her
support, and that when he waa at home he
struck her a number of times and once
broke up the furniture In a fit of anger,
Julia User haa applied for a divorce. She
also asks for the custody of their four
children. Lily In Clarke aska for a di
vorce from James B. Clarke, charging non
support. Skaters' Irfxtge at SaJlna Sea The skat-
eia' lodge at the south end of the west
liorseshoe of Salina Bel, or Cut-Off lake,
will be completed Friday and In the futu.e
the young: people who enjoy th.a outdoor
sport will be sheltered while putting on
their skates. The lodge Is being bulli by
the Board of Park Commissioners and w.il
be 3xl2 feet. The board will maintain an
attendant who will keep a roaring fire
there on cold days and see to It that none
of the skatera get Into trouble or become
too boisterous. The lodge Is located at the
foot of the Locust street hill, three blacks
east of Sherman avenue.
ENDERS' WRIT IS DISSOLVED
Jadare Keaeaay Beta Aside Injunction
Restraining Police) front
Judge Kennedy Thursday dissolved the
temporary Injunction secured by Pete En
ders, restraining the pollece department
from arresting him, and Herbert Daniel,
the city prosecutor, from prosecuting him
for unlawfully hauling garbage. Judge
Kennedy holds the city's garbage contract
with the Omaha Rendering and Feed com
pany constitutional and binding. Under
the decision of the court neither Enders
nor any Individual other than employes
of the company can haul garbage In the
city of Omaha.
The Omaha Rendering and Feed com
pany contracted with the city on the psy
ment of Jl to haul all garbage free of coat
to the city, the company making its money
In feeding the food products collected ti
fattening stock, and In the sale of hides
of t -ad animals. As money can be made
In the business, Enders started In to, col
lect garbage on his own account. Ha was
arrested repeatedly and fined In police
court, appeals being taken In each In
stance. Finally he applied for and so
cured a temporary Injunction restraining
the officers from arresting and prosecut
ing him, holding that the contract between
the city and the company was not binding.
This la the Injunction which has now been
dissolved by Jadge Kennedy.
Oallty at Cenaterfeltlaa-.
Passing counterfeit money la no worse
than substituting some unknown worthless
remedy for Foley's Honey and Tar. the j
great cough and cold remedy that cures the
most obstinate coughs and heala the lung.
Sold by all druggists.
Aanaaaeemeate of the Theaters.
lime. Nasimova. the Ruaaiaa actress, for
whom it is claimed that she is the lead
ing actress of the world today, is to open
an engagement at the Boyd theater this
evening, playing the part of Nora In Ib
sen's drama, "A DoUs House." This la
one of the roles Mme. Nasimova has made
peculiarly her own; In fact, she tempera
mentally more nearly embodies the physi
cal and meet a.' qualities of the Ibsen
woman than any other of the gr at
actresses playing the roles. On Friday
evening sh will offer what Is probably
her greatest characterisation, that ot
Ifedda in "Hedda Oabler." On Saturday
afternoon "A tfcll'a House" will be re
peated, and 'on Saturday evening Mme.
Nasimova will play the part of Nina in
Br&cclo's comedy, "Comptease Coquette."
Welcome to Stora Brewery.
Corn show visitors are cordially Invited
to visit and Inspect our modern brewery,
Twenty-fourth and Ames car, or m ina
Ames car takea ' you right to our door.
Corns and see us.
STOftZ BREWING COMPANT.
V. H. Anderson. Nineteenth and Clark.
frame dwelling. 2.(M; J. H. Halpine, I
Twenty-ninth avenue and Harney, doub'e
brick dwelling. MUu. Albert Sorenson, J4ria
Arm-s avenue, frame dwelling, lion); w- H.
frame dwell.ng. ll.SCu. avenu.-,
It a man has for many years followed a cer
t.in trufie. occupation or profession (doctor.
contractor, carpenter, lawyer, mason, barber for Instance) he
Is usually expected to be more competent than he was at first;
more competent, too. than the man who has not been "at If
" lUThis same argument applies In the coal business.
Do you know bow long Sunderland has been "at It!
Do you know how lone Sunderland has been "at If In
Omaha? TYYKNTY-8IX YKAIIS.
Longer thaa any other dealer. Pioneers!
( Economy Nut is best cooking coal Price $6.50 a ton i
NOTES 05. OMAHA SOCIETY
Mrs. Frederick A. Nash Gitm Lunch
eon for Mrt. Eobert BelL
SUPPER FOR THE DEBUTANTES
Many Affair, Lars, ana ssaJL Far
I a (.ratal. Keep Socle tr
r--Calendar Craw Sea for
Reaaalaaer at Week.
Complimentary to Mrs. Robert B. H.
Bell, who leaves neat week to reside In Del
Moines, Mrs. Frederick A. Nash gave a
beautifully appointed luncheon Thursday
at her home on South Thirty-third street.
The table had an attractive centerpiece of
red polnsetta and was lighted with red
shaded candles. Place cards with bold
monograms marked ths places of Mrs.
Bell, Mrs. Mosher Colpetser, Mrs. Joseph
Barker, Mrs. C. C. Allison, Mrs. Frederick
Lake. Mrs. Samuel S. Caldwell. Mrs.
Joseph Cudahy, Mrs. Samuel Buma, jr., I
Mrs. Louis Nash, Miss Ethel Morse and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Clarke gave a bridge
supper Wednesday evening at their borne,
the guests of honor being Miss Brownie
Bess Baum, Miss Jean Cudahy and Miss
Miriam Patterson. The guests Included the
debutantes this year and two years ago
when Mrs. Clsrke was Introduced. The
guests were seated at one large table in
the dining room, whloh had a centerpiece
of red chrysanthemums lighted with red
shaded candles and at five small tables In
the living room, each having a centerpiece
of pink roses. Prises for the evening were
swarded to Miss O'Rourke, Miss Elisabeth
Congdon, Mr. Frank Pollard and Mr.
Miss May Kellner was hostess at a card
party Monday evening at her home. The
rooms were profusely decorated with holly
and a color scheme of pink, white and
green was used In the different rooms. Ths
prizes were won by Miss Adeline Bergman.
Miss Lena Rehfeld, Mr. Jerome Heyn and
Mr. Edward Heller. Those present were
Miss Theresa Dryfoos. Miss Zerllna Dry
foos. Miss Roslna Mandelberg. Miss Cora
Rothschild, Miss Alma Brandels. Miss
Stella Brandels, Miss Lena Rehfeld, Miss
Laura Ooets. Miss Myrtle Moses, Miss
Helen Furth, Miss Jessie Ooets. Miss Elsie
Ooets, Miss Avelyn Bergman, Miss Flor
ence Hlller. Miss Minnie Hiller. Miss Julia
Meyer of Chicago. Miss Doris Levy of
Lincoln, Miss Millie Newman and Mlaa
May Keller, Mr. Harry Rosenfeld. Mr.
Edwin Heller, Mr. Lester Heyn, Mr. Jerome
Heyn, Mr. Sidney Mandelberg. Mr. Joseph
Rosenfeld. Mr. Ralph Rothschild, Mr.
Arthur Rothschild, Mr. Julius Newman,
Mr. Frank Ooets, Mr. Julius Rosenfeld,
Mr. Harry Moses. Mr. Louis Hlller, Mr.
Louis Sommer. Mr. Helm of Chicago.
Cora Show Lssckeas.
Mrs. A. L. Meyer was hostess at a
luncheon party Thursday at the new Han
son cafe. Alt of the appointments and
decorations were suggestive of the com
show and luncheon was served In the
Pompeian room. Large shaggy yellow
chrysanthemums formed an attractive ccn
terpiece for the table and water color place
cards, with designs ot corn marked the
places of thirty-five guests. Mrs. Frank
Smith of the City of Mexico was an out
of-town guest present
For Mrs. Loblaarer,
Mrs. C. C. Belden entertained at luncheon
Thursday at her home ia honor of Mrs.
C. 9. Loblngler, who Is spending the week
as ber guest. Those present were Mrs.
Loblngler, Mrs, Frank W. Carpenter, Mrs.
A. T, Hunt. Mrs. F. D. Wilson, Miss Lulu
Hunt and Mrs. BeMen.
Mrs. Belden will entertain Informally
Friday at an afternoon tea, when the
guests will be restricted to old friends of
Mrs. E. M. Fairfield entertsined in
formally at tea Tuesday afternoon for Mra.
Grace Oulou. who leaves next week for
the east. Only Intimate friends of Mrs.
Galou were present. Including Mesdames
Gulou, C. W. Hull, Wilson Low. F. A. Bro
gan, F W. Martin. Miss Daisy Doane and
Miss Lynn Curtis.
Mra Wilson H. Low entertained in
formally Thursday at an afternoon tea for
Mrs. Grace Gu!au who haves next Tues
day. The guests were restricted to the
old friends of Mrs. Gulou. .
Mrs. J. J. Dickey entertsined Informally
at cards Tuesday afternoon for Mra Page
of Victor, Colo., who is ths guest of ber
sister, Mrt. Walter Page.
Miss Blanche Rosewater entertained In
formally at bridge Thursday afternoon at
her apartments at the New Hamilton.
Three tables were placed for the game.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ross, jr., who have
recently built a new home in Dundee, were
pleasantly surprised by their friends
m I Wednesday erening and given a bouss
warming. Mr. and Mra Ross were guests
at dinner party given by one of their
friends ard returning home early in the
evening, found the rooms attractively deco
rated with smlllax and cut flowers and a
light luncheon prepared. The party In-
j eluded Mr and Mrs. C. i. Robins, Mr. and
nuwm, aar. jiu j unm
and Mr. and Mra Melaner, all of Sheldon
Neb.; Mr. and Mra A. H. Workman, Mr
and Mrs. Robert Trimble, Mr. and Mrs
Charles Trimble, Mr. and Mra 8. R. Ruth,
Mr. aad Mrs. T. L. Combs, Mr. and Mra
Joe Havens, Miss Porter, Dr. and Mra A.
' Re a, Mr. and M
8. Pinto, Mr. and Mrs. Samusl Rees, Miss
rs. K. O. Hamilton, Mr.
Miss Keller,. Mr. and Mrs.
j q,,, Mlck Mr. and Mra J. O. Telser,
In your blood ar the million
of corpuscles that defend you
To make and keep the little soldiers
health and strong, to simply to make
and keep the blood of the right quality
This is Jo gt what Hood's Sarsaparilla
does it helps the little soldiers in your
blood to fight disease (or yon.
It cures scrofula, ecrsms. eruptions,
catarrh, rheumatism, anemia, nervous
ness, dyspepsia, general debility, and
builds up the whole system.
Mr. and Mra Thomas Fell. Mr. and Mra
J. B. Langley, Mr. and Mra Baker, Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Bumham, Mr. and Mrs.
ftugg, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Cooke. Mr. and
Mrs. Morris McKay and Mr. and Mrs.
Clarence A. Rosa
More enterprise on the part of the class
of 1906 cf ths Omaha High school is shown
by the recent announcement of a class re
union to take place during the Christmas
holidays. Cards have just been sent out
to the last year's graduatea of the school
on the hill to request their attendance at
a social meeting to be held at the home
of Miss Nell Carpenter, '08, K35 Lafayette
avenue, Monday evening, December 28. An
Interesting program by talented members
of the class and the election ot officers for
ths ensuing year are planned.
The Lea Hibonx. a club of High school
students and graduates, will give a stag
dinner at the Roma Tuesday evening, De
cember 29. Twenty-one covers will be laid.
Dianas Part lea.
Mra. George Coupland, wife of Regent
Coupland, and Miss Russell of Elgin, Neb.,
entertained Mrs. George L Sheldon, wife
of the governor, at luncheon at the Rome
Mr. George Couplsnd, regent of the uni
versity of Nebraska, and Mrs. Coupland
of Elgin, Neb., entertained Sir Horace
Plunkett of Dublin. Ireland, at dinner at
the Rome yesterday.
Come aad G Gossip.
Lieutenant Howell, who has been visit
ing friends In Omaha, has returned to Fort
Leavenworth, where he Is stationed.
Miss Julia Meyer of Chicago and Miss
Doris Levy of Lincoln are visiting Miss
Mrs. C. S. Loblngler Is spending the week
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Belden.
Miss Lots Westbrook, who has been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. E. 8. Westbrook. baa re
turned to her home In Ogdensburg, N. T.
She was accompanied as far as Chicago
by Mra Westbrook, who is rlsttlng Mrs.
Mr. and Mra T. 8. Cowgill are spending
a few days In Chicago.
Mr. Edward Updike left ths first of ths
week for a visit with friends In Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Magee returned
Thursday from a short visit In Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kountse have re
turned from a month's stay in New York.
Mrs. Spofford of Kansas City, who has
been visiting Miss7 Jeanne Wakefield, left
Wednesdsy for her home.
Mrs. J. R. Boden arrived Thursday morn
ing to bs the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Mr. and Mrs. David Baum will give a
dinner and theater party Thursday even
ing In honor of Miss Brownie Bess Baum
and Miss Jean Cudahy. At dinner the
guests will be seated! at one table having
a decoration of violets and stevls. Covers
will bs laid for twelve. Following ths
dinner, ths guests will attend Boyd's
theater to sea Madsm Nasimova.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hull will entertain
at dinner Monday evening preceding the
military ball at the Rome hotel.
Ta Caol Batter Wltaoat lee.
Have two pans, one Smaller than the
other. Into the smaller pan put your butter
and place it in the larger pan. which must
contain water enough to reach to the top
of the smaller one, and to the water add
two tabiespoonfuls of salt. Soak thor
oughly a flowerpot and cover butter with
this, Occasionally resoak the pot. The
butter will be aa firm as it is in winter,
MILTON DAY AT BELLEVUE
Tercentenary af Fact's Death Is Cele
brated by the Jaalor
The tercentenary of Milton's birth was
celebrated Wednesdsy morning at Bellevue
college. Many visitors were present. Since
the seniors are preparing for a Tennyson
program later, the Junior class put on this
program Of Milton.
It wss given under the direction of Dr,
Hoyt, professor of literature; Prof. James
of ths department of elocution and oratory.
and Mlsa Fawcett, musical director. The
chapel was bung with portraits of Milton
and sketches of historic spots drawn by
Ellas, a student who does a great deal of
This program waa given:
Hymn Joy to the World....
Outlines of Milton's Life....
Ths Portraits of Mlrn
Tears st Horton
Solo Honor and Arms, from Handel's
Mr. Heartwell Hamblin.
Milton as a Bono ar
j Recitation Patan s Debate, from "Para
Milton In Civil Life
Recitation Satan and the Lost Spirit....
Milton's Prose Writings and 8onnets....
Recitation The Morning Prayer of
Adam and Eve
Solo He Shall Feed His Flock, from
Mlsa Elta Huntsbrg
Come Unto Him. from Handel's
Mis Gwendolyn Oarlow.
Milton as a Poet
Recitation Bonnets Addressed to Miltoa
by Wordsworth and Twin y son
The program closed with Milton's hymn.
a metrical version of the lJCth psalm, com
posed when the poet waa 15 years old: "Let
Vs with a Joyfsl Mind."
SACCHARINE JN SODA POP
Wraasr Klemeats ta Llald Lead
ta Treaala fur Laeal
On Information from the state food off!
cea at Lincoln warrants havs been served
on Bhoble a- Ingram, a partnership, and
O. DeChrlstlaa and F. Hunckier, store
keepers, who are charged with having sold
soda pop containing saccharine, a coal tar
product, without so labeling the bottlea
The preliminary healing and the taking
of part of the testimony wss held In police
court Wednesday morning before Jndgr
Crawford, after which ths cases were con
tinued untxl Saturday morning. Other
similar cases are being trie4 tola after
boon la South Omaha.
WORK OFTHE WOMEN'S CLUBS
Frances Willard W. C. T. U. Plans
ORGANIZE FOS HOME ECONOMICS
Xattoaal Wesaaa. Saffrae AuneU
tlaa Clrealaee Moaster Petltloa,
with lastraetleas Haw Reform
May Be Aer-empllshed.
Frances Wlllsrd Woman's Christian Tem
perance union heM aa all-day session
Thursday at ths home ot Mrs. Ocorg
Covell. Twenty-fifth and Wirt streets, and
planned a program that should not only
give the union a substantial sum for use
In the entertainment of the national con
venuon next uctober. but mean much to
Omaha aa welL The establishment Of
public bath haa long been ths ambition of
the union and this it will make Its special
object Other organisations of the city will
be asked to co-operate In the movement.
- vi i wo jemien concerts was plan
ned and also a concert to be given by the
oeymour quartet at Trinity Methodist
church, January 11 Conferences will be
held with th. Omaha Woman's Christian
Temperance union for co-operation In the
entertainment of ths national convention.
About twenty-five women were present
The union Is growing rapidly, now having
membership of seventy-eight, several new
members having joined Thursday. Lunch
eon was served at noon.
For Hawse Eeoaomles.
A convention for organising an American
Association of Horns Economics has been
called to meet In Washington, D. C, De
cember tl to January J, and all who are
Interested In ths purposes of such an or
ganlsation are Invited to be present. For
the last ten years a group of workers bss
been meeting for a week's conference each
summer under the name Lake Placid Con
ference on Home Economics. Last summer
the conference met at Lake Chautauqua
upon Invitation, and voted that the time
had coma for a national organization to
Include primarily those engsged In educa
tional subjects connected with the home,
whether In lower or higher schools or col-
legist, institutions, and also to Include
those engaged In household and lnstltu-'
tlonal management and in social or muni
cipal work for home betterment. The fol
lowing committee on organisation was ap
Dr. C. F. Lansrworthv. evnert in nutri
tion. United States Department of Agricul-
laabel Bevler, professor of household sci
ence. University of Illinois.
Mrs. Melvil rwv. Tjia Ttai Ainh
Eases: county. New York.
Alice P. Norton, professor of dommitlo nrl.
ence. University of Chicago.
Aaeiaiae nutting, professor of domestic
administration. Teachers college, Columbia
Ellen H. Richards. Massachusetts Insti
tute of Technology, chairman of Lake
Benjamin R. Andrews, secretary depart
ments of domestic economy. Teachers col
lege. Maurice te Bosquet, director American
School of Home Economics, Chicago.
SasTraa-Uts Tell Haw.
A monster petition Is being circulated by
the National Woman Suffrage association
with the request that it be signed by all
who believe in the enfranchisement of
women. Appended to the petition Is the
following Information: There are two ways
to secure the establishment of woman suf
frage: 1. Ths legislature of each state ran sub
mit the question to the voters and. if it
receives the necessary matorltv. the women
of that state are enfranchised. Th s methed
requires practically twtm -as many cam
paigns as there are states in the union;
first, one to create a public opinion strong
enough to influence the legislators to sub
mit the question, and then one to educate
and persuade ths great mass of Individual
electors to vote in favor of It.
2. The congress of the United States by a
wo-lhirds majority can refer the ouestlon
of woman suffrage to the legislatures of all
ths states, and, when three-fourths of the-;
havs ratified it, the women of the entire
country will be enabled to vote on exactly
the same terms as men. This Is the short
est, quickest and most direct method, but
ths congress never will take such action
until directed to do so by the people. The
object of this petition is to prove to its
members that public sentiment now de
mands that women shall have a voice in
the government. Let It be signed by every
man and every woman who believes in poli
tical liberty and equality of rights.
Are you willing that American women
shell be possessed of fewer political rights
than ths women of other lauds? They may
vote In all elections In Australia, New
Zealand, Finland and Norway, and will do
so In England ere long. Why not In the
United States 7
Annonaeemeats of the Theaters.
Mary Piiaw long ago established her emi
nence among American actresses, and her
visits are always assured In advance of
deep interest to the public that sttends the
theater. This season Miss Shaw is being
offered in a new American play, the produc:
of a newly discovered American playwright-
It deals with ons of the phases of the
eternal truth of marts relations 'with right
snd wrong. "Ths Revelation" is the story
of a man and woman who met and loved.
and parted. Later their children are
brought into the action, and the sins of the
parents are visited on the children. It
contains many Intense situations, and some
of great dramatic strength. In ths com'
pany supporting Miss Shaw Is Wilfrid
Roger, well recalled In Omaha. The en
gagement is for Sunday and Monday even
Have you seen Ben Welch this week at
the Orpheum? He is America's foremost
Hebrew chsrscter impersonator. The Trap-
nell family offer one of the neatest acro
batic acts of the season.' The week's bill
of advanced vaudeville is packing the house
every evening and afternoon. Ideal enter'
talnment for National Corn exposition
visitors. Charmlon, the world's perfect
woman, heads ths bill beginning Sunday
afternoon. Daily matineea.
The Krug theater will offer an excep
tionally strong attraction for four nights
and usual matinees starting next Sunday,
in "Btrongheart," the college life play
Ths play is so well known in Omaha there
Is no necessity of rehearsing Its story at
this date. All theater-goers are familiar
with toe fact that it deals with college
life, that its scenes are laid at Columbia
university, and that its central character
is an educatsd Indian, graduate of Carlisle,
who comes to Columbia to complete his
education. The character of the college
bred Indian ia original with William C. Do
Mills, tba author, and ha has made him a
most interesting personage.
GRAND JURY FOR LINCOLN
gplal Tersa In raltea States Csart
is Ordered far Tnls
A special term of the federal grand Jury
haa been ordered to convene st Lincoln on
December U for ths investigation of recent
offenses sgatnst the federal laws originat
ing in that part cf the Nebraska federal
district. Following constitutes the list of
fedtrsl grand Jurors:
H. A. Alexander, James C. Bornkworth.
J. R. Bplcer. Beatrice; William E. Rob
bins. Cortland; Chsrles J. B'.lls. II. K
Burkett, J. M. Burks. O. H. Clsrke. J. C.
Harpham. 8. O. Hudson, Frank Jouvenat,
J. C McNerney, W. A. Foyotar. W. 8.
Surpassed in interest
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Perrln, Charles C. Qulggle. J. J. Rogers,
J. C. Seacrest, J. S. Fawksbury, O. F.
Truman, G. A. Tucker, E. R. Touell. J. W.
Wallln and Ernest H. Wllke, Lincoln.
This special term of the grand Jury Is
cslied to dispose of the counterfeiting case
against Thomas O'Brien, now In Jail at
Fremont, to which he was recently com
mitted by United States Commissioner An
derson at Oftiaha In default of ball.
MEMBERS OF NEVIUS' PARTY
of Coatlna-ent Visiting
G. A. R. Men.
The members of Commander-in-Chief
Kevin's party of the national department
of the Grand Army of the Republic, which
will visit Omaha December 13. are:
Henry M. Nevlus. commander-in-chief.
and Mrs. Nevlus, Colonel Frank O. Cola,
adjutant general, and Mrs. Cole, Colonel J.
Cory Winans, senior aide-de-camp, and
Mrs. Winans, J. Kent Hamilton, senior vice
commander-in-chief, and Mra Hamilton,
Mrs. Mary L. Oilman, national president
Woman's Relief corps, Mrs. Genevieve
Langfleld Lane. national president of the
Ladles of the Grand Army of the Republic
and Miss Clara Hoover, national president
of the Daughters of Vetersna
The party left Chicago Tuesday evening
for Salt Lake via St. Louia and Kansas
City, whence they go to arrange for the
national encampment of the Grand Army of
the Republic and affiliating organisations
to be held there in September, 1909. The
party will visit Omaha on its return from
Salt Lake City.
Scalded by Steam
cr scorched by a fire, apply Bucklen'e Ar
nica Salve. Cures piles, too, and the worst
sores. Guaranteed. 25c. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
Ttitf lmDrovemeni i me encouraging re
port received from George McKltrlck. the
nm.ha vnunff man who -was hurt in a foot
ball game at liaiesourg. in.. itri rra
m tr, h- nfls noi 5L rt-Kttllttru tuiiiumic
Consciousness, out l parLi.uy i-uiim.iuu9 vi
what ia going on arouna mm, ana ourn
ri.mr.1. m mk. The Dhvsiclans are
nw rrnfi.lnt that he will suffer no ef
fects f'-m the accident after he regains
his health. i J
So Claim Many Eminent Doctors Tpon
Recent Scientific Investigation.
A large school of physicians which Is
constantly Increasing, claims that the
eating of too muah animal food creates
an over supply of protelds, which sre
composed of carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen
oxygen and sulphur, and that when such
protelds are Imperfectly digested and go
into the blood they create vast quantities
of nitrogen which the oxygen from the
lungs cannot neutralize and hence results,
uric acid and rheumatism and scores of
These protelds do not permit ths as
similation process to take placs properly
and poisoning results all through ths
-However. If such protelds ars perfectly
digested they form a most valuable part
of our food and are absolutely necessary
The fault then rests with the stomach
snd the digestive apparatus.
Hence It Is claimed by these latter day
authorities that rheumatism arises in the
stomach or through the stomach and not
In ths kidneys as some medical author
Stuart's Dyspesla Tablets curs dyspep
sia, reduce protelds to their natural ccn
dition best Uken up by the system, givt
strength to the blood, rest the stomac!
and invigorate and renew the gastric
fluids, pancreatic Jules and ths digestive
organs lj general.
Forty thousand physicians use these
little digesters, snd every druggist selU
them, 80c per box or send us your name
and address and ws will send you a trial
package by mall free. Address, F. A.
Btuart Co.. U Stuart Bldg.; Marshall.
Tbsrs la ao bsttar rem
mjw for a cough, sola. I
ore threat or 1
HOWTLL'S . AKTI- KAWr
Try a bottle, ito aad ,
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rnnn FAD Weak and nervous men
tWU I Ul who find their power te
NFRVFV work and youthiul vigor
'-aVaJ gone as a result of over
work or mental exrrtlnn ihould take
GHAT'S NEKVE FOOD FILLS. They lll
snake you eat and sleep and be a
1 Boat S asses tl 9 sy Basil.
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only by th Great Corn Exposition our exhibit of
of visitors. For
value in our men
And we're quite proud of them when we
see the marked superiority they show over
all other suits at near this price. It's really
astonishinp, the amount of value we give
you in such a reasonably priced suit The
style, color, fabric and tailoring is the very
best otherwise you'd never find them at
'l the "Nebraska."
Better Suits up to $30.0
c i , : i i
just a lew nuius 111 irgaiu iu nu t-tiiuu-
ly good value; our
Overcoats for $15
are quite the best ever offered at this price, even
better than many selling at $5.00 more. We like
to have customers make a critical examination
of our clothing, for we know they can't possibly
find any but the very best materials and the
style, color, fabric and pattern is always the
Save $5 by wearing one of these coats home.
Others $20. $25 and up.
OMASA'S XaXADIsTQ CXOTatXXKS.
Winter tourist rates are in effect daily very reason
able, to the Carolinas, Florida, Gulf and Cuban resorts.
Excellent trains and transportation via Chicago, St.
Louis and Kansas City.
Descriptive and illustrated booklets of steamship
lines, southern railways, hotels, cities, and resorts. .Janets
through Cuba, etc.
Call or write,
IAT J. B. REYNOLDS, City Passenger Agent,
lUyull!lyJJ 1502 Farnam Street, Omaha, Neb.
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12 more shopping days
between now and Christ
mas. 12 big opportunities for
the merchant who goes
after business in a big way.
You can't realize 100
PER CENT of your op
portunity unless you use
Seedy looking printed matter may
not be fruitful
A. L Roe. laa, 1210-1212 Hawers St, Oasaka
si i ! mt s
Cigarette and Tobacco habits aud Neurasthenia.
Over a quarter of a million cured men and women la ths UnlUd States
re our testimonials.
Remedies aad treatment absolutely free from Injurious or harmful effects.
Mental and physical vigor restored. Life becomes a happiness and a blessing.
Will power, intellectual activity, health, business capacity and confluence of
family, friends and business associates recovered. For full information, con
sult or write (In confidence) to
KEELEY INSTITUTE, Cor. 25th & Cass Sts., Omaha, Neb.
Suits tor $18
Saturday morning we
will place on sale 300
dozen, men's high
grade kid aud cape
We bought these
from America's great
est glove importer at
little more than half
price the entire lot
on sale at
"Men do not counterfeit counterfeiter
nor imitate that which is uuknown and
The Keeley Treatment hag stood the teat ot time, having
been used with ud paralleled success (or ths past 27 years
In curing Alcoholism. Morphine and other drag using.
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