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TTTH OMAITA DAILY BTX: : "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1003.
GIDDY GOSSIP OF TQE CAME
Fielder lnei Agti Swears Ha it
Throng with Diamond.
ED WALSH WAFTS MORE WAGES
teh Frmt Dlikra Liver-worst
Afilut Goad lag's Onion, and
1. Crm ul Brttkfr Dt
7 Fatly Reeereers,
Fielder Joi , th old manager of the Box,
Insists he will plsy n mors base ba.lL
"I am through with mn ball," say.
Comlskey's great leader.
Ha reiterated his declaration th. other
dr.y In Chicago where ha stopped on his
war from Bollver. N. T., to Portland,
Ore., Ma f utora home.- -
If Jones . sticks to hla determination
It means a problem for Commy to solva
and on mora new manager In the major
circles. Jones said he only came back In
1908 because Comlskey refused to take him
seriously and didn't want to leave the old
bunch without a manager. Commy may
refuse1 to tekfc him seriously this time, but
Fielder says It won'l work. He Is willing
to act as- scout and win always root for
the Sox, but no more a manager.
This Jones business brings up the question
who will manage the Box next season T
Oeorge Day Is, Billy BtiUlvan and label!, all
members of the team, are mentioned aa
possibilities. Isxy has . about arranged to
manage and play with hla Wichita team
In the western, but, of course, this ar
rangement Is not beyond the possibility
of changing. It to probable that any one
of the three men would make a successful
leader. At any rate Comlakey has not
shown any signs of worrying over the
matter yet: ;
Koger Bresnahan Is to get a salary of
110.000 aa star backstop and manager of
the SU Louis .Cardinals, the report says.
Dig Ed Walsh, demands 88,600 salary for
next season. If a man In base ball la worth
It, F-uV hv Where would Cqmlskey'a Sox
have' landed laat season without him?
Certainly not In first division. II was the
on beat bet. But be'r fooling with a
foxy boy. The Old Roman is popular.
auccessfut - and all that, - but ha didn't
come- Into fame and prosperity because of
the large- salaries be has paid.
Arthur-Oranvllle, the fclassy little short
stop of Sioux City, Is not going to quit
the diamond, after all, s was gtven out
by Arthur's press agent. It appear that
in addition to being o good ball player and a
nice be)'. Arthur is also' something of a
business man. He haa been In Sioux City
dickering ,wUh . Ducky . for. Ms.. release to
Columbia, 8. C. which team wants him
manager. Ducky, of course, puts the price
high, too high, Arthur thinks, and there
they are arguing. Trust D. Holmes to
hold up lils and, even against so frenzied
a financier as A. Oranvllle.
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Butch Freese says he has been eating all
the llverwsrst he could get this winter
and he works In a butcher shop and he is
-willing to stake his reputation as a dietary
expert oa the assertion that, this food la
far superior to the diet of onions -and Ice
cream recommended by J. Qondlng, aa the
only infallible winter food for ball players.
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President Murphy of the Chicago Cubs
haa written a reply to the commission's
criticism, of hint and his club on that tlcket
scafplng .matter aa long as your left leg, in
whlon-"he ks Oarry Herrman thla pointed,
pungent and pithy question: "Under what
law Ul base ball did you derive the right
to make this investigation V Mr. Murphy
adds that the Cuba were unfairly treated In
not being consulted by the . Investigators,
which smack- of a bit of sound reason.
But Mr. Murphy is still too charitable to
say that Colonel Herrmann et al took thla
By natural selection or Inborn
Intuition, some men take kindly
to the ancient game of Golf, and
what bettor or more healthful re
laiatlon could be tndulged In, af
ter a strenuous day at the helm
of a great electrical plant The
same discrimination which dic
tates' the manner of your recrea
tion should, we think, be a valua
ble adjunct In the matter of se
lecting your cigars, hence
lOc Price -lGc
AT ALL. DEALERS
E. M. SCAWARZ V CO.
Mc Cord-Brady Co.
SOTICE Stockholders' meeting - of the
t'nlon ljuid company. Notice la hereby
given that the annual meUng ef the
etockholdure of the in ton Lnl company
fur the election of five directors and the
transaction of such other business aa may
leally eoaae before (he meeting will be
hrld at the office of the general aollcitor,
Vnloo raclfle Hea4juerUra building, th
and Farnaut Streets, Omaha. Nebraska,
on Mondax. the Utb. day of January. laa.
at lu Oi'lKk a. nu The stuck tranafvr
book will be closed ten days previous to
ALEX MILLER. Secretary.
New Toxk City, N, Y., Deu. 14. lc
NOTICE U HEREBY GIVEN THAT TUB
aAnital ruceilng of the stockttalders of the
Oniana use company win i neio at me
nfflca of the coinuaov. Uot Howard bU. at
li) a. Monday, January 4j 1su. for the
election oi airectora ror tne vaauing year.
and for Ilia transaction ot sucii atriar tui
n,, m tnay eume before ta meeting,
(rank T. Hamilton, president, lOeorge V,
Clabaufh. secretary. I L01tft
1 mi if, yuiiwi wvej
THK JtEUAtLH ftTOftE .
Everything in, meats for your Christmas Dinner, at less .than
you'd pay elsewhere. Bead these special Wednesday prices: '
lb 1 . . .
lb....8e 7 "d1 5t
lb. ...12 and 10
Fresh Turkeys, Geese, Ducks, Psultry
country. Lowest prices. . '
left-handed jab at Chicago because Chicago
went to New Tork October 8, and humbled
the Giants In their own castle In face of all
the odds set up by the same commission.
Comes now M. McGraw and add to his
other laurels the dlstlpctloh of being a
great humorist. "I want to get Joe Mo
HJlnnrty placed with some club as playing
manager," says the inmltable clown of
baaa ball, known in former years as man
sgor ef the Giants. "I have watched him
Play for many seasons and know he has
th. making of a great manager In him."
That certainly will go down as the best
Joke of the season. This Is not the first
time Muggsy has poseda a fruit peddler.
Brother Don has Completely .recovered.
Ha says It he catches the man, who asked
the score he'll eat him. ,-, . ..
MTROtM WINS - THIS PLAYOFF
Third Serlea of Saw.. Necessary to
At last the deciding game at the Royal
pool tournament has been played and the
winner declared after a total of forty
games hiving to be played to declare- the
winner. Although Reynolds was the lucky
one to receive that honor; still Swtuiaoa snd
Harsch deserves It also for the game fight
which both put dp during the three series
of saw-off games. They both died hard,
neither giving up of- losing heart until the
laat ball had been pocketed by their oppo
nent. - - - - -
The tournament started with eight play
ers, with Reynolds; Bwanson, Harsch
and Laher all four being tied at the cloae
for flrat place. They played off that tie,
Usher being forced to drop out, leaving
Reynolds, Bwanson and Harsch still tied.
Then the three played It off and the result
was still a tie between them. They then
tried it once more, at last breaking the
deadlock with Reynolds first,, gvinion sec
ond, and Harsch for third rnoney.
White received a box of Senator Millard
cigars for making the highest run of thirty-seven
balls. Harsch got the box of Law
rence Barrett cigars for defeating his oppo
nent by the largest number f balla, 125 to
43. Usher, Swanaon and Reynolds received
the box of Lord Curson cigars for winning
In the least number of Inning.
The tournament has been more than a
success, which was in evidence from the
attendance which no doubt was due to the
high class pool played during the tourna
ment and the prolonged hotly contested
tight at the finish.
Last night's gam was a whirlwind fin
ish with Reynolds going out in eight in
nings, playing a ftst, consistent game
throughout, while Bwanson played in hard
Reynolds-, (44, , 18 19, - V 14-128.
Bwsnson-4, 1J. . 14, 11, 1. 1, 18-4tt
Scratches Reynolds, I. High ruife-Rey-nolds,
29. ' , -
Following is the standing of the eight
players, including all play-off games:
I d. Won. Lost. Pet.
Reynolds 14 10 4 .714
Bwanson .... 14 9 t .643
Harsch 14 8 8 .571
I'sher 10 6 I .GOO
Frelden 7 . t 4 .429
White T S 4 .429
Greener 7 1 ' S .lis
Prince 7.1 4 .11
Reynolds will play the winner of the Ster
ling tournament, and the winner will pliy
the winner of the Monarch tourney.
LANOFORD KNOCKS OW
1 ". out
Psblo Pagrllisi Laata Leas Than Oa
Roaad With Colored Man, .
SAN FRANCISCO. Deo. 22.-8a.rn Lang
ford, the colored middleweight, making his
first appearance In a local ring, made good
with a vengeance and Incidentally made
ahort work of Jim Klyrfn of -Pueblo, Colo.
Langford knocked out iua man In the first
round after two minutes of fighting.
Jimmy Walsh of Boston and Monte Attell
of Ban Francisco, bantamweights, fought
fifteen rounds to a draw m a preliminary
to the Langford-Flynn contest. Up to the
eleventh round Attell appeared to hold a
safe lead.- He landed oftener and harder
in a very spirited exhibition.
The tables were turned, however, In the
twelfth round. In this round Walsh bat
tered his man with rights -and lefts to
the body and -head and Attell was dis
turbed whan ha went to his corner. He
fought back vigorously, however, In the
three final rounds, but Walsh clearly out
fought him. At the end of the fifteenth
round Referee King promptly called It a
drawn battle, AUnU'e face was badly dis
figured, while the Boston fighter presented
pracuciuiy an unDroaen ironi.
"WITH TUB BOWLERS.
The Dailv Kewa team la ramlna- anme
thse daya They took two games from
the West Bides on -the basement allays.
All three gnmes were close and some good
bowling waa donn by both teama. Oeddes
took honors for Ms team with a total of
f-is and Howiuy Ws high, for the West
etaes sun L Boore:
Oeddes ih7 'liit
farey nj 1M
McLean i M,
Totals 4 434 43T 137
lat. , 2d.
164 ' 428
How ley ....
Totals m - 428 482 1.2J4
lAst night on the Metropolitan alleys the
Chabot Shoe company took three games
from the poatof rice team. Nelson of ths
Chabota had high game of 15 and hlh
total of 6s0 Btapenhoret had high single
of 202 for his learn and 638 total. Score:
CHABOT SHOB CO.
1st. 2d. d. Total.
Grotte i rw .tta i
Button 1H0 lo Jul ', ' H4
Nelson 2)2 : 2JS 12 )
Blawson 1M . rt 174 628
1K1 , 178 t, jo &oi
8M 18 Kl 2.837
Laat night waa another big night for the
Poatof fk-e league on the baaeirmK alleys of
the Metropolitan. The Carriers A took three
games front ths Carriers B. and making it
the blggeet total for three gamea that has
been played this season l.Juu. Metcalf, the
dark horse of the A class, took the honors
for his team with a grand total ot US, gnd
Crabb had high total for ft class with 434
for three games. Captain Morriaon Is much
pleased with bis team, having woo 'every
game thla season, and hold a team avers
of 1.000. Score:
ix. i 3d. 24. Total.
Nugent 140, 18 , 1 1
Wllderman 88 .. 12 . Is) , 161
Crabb (C.) Vt : 172 , M l.lil
144 - 4
421 Hi LjO)
Slrliou Steak. "I Veal Steak,
Steak, Veal Chops,
lb. -a .. .$3d
No. 1 Hams and Bacon,
lb.. 15 nd 12 H
of alt kinds Jut received from the
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
Berry Maid, the FaTorite, at Emery
rille, ii Beaten by 'Toorheei.
FAV0SJTE3 WIN AT SAKTA A27TIA
Jaek Arkla ' taataty Bella Are
i Held at Sack Prohibitive Odds
That They Are Hot
OAKLAND, Cal., Dec. 2Z-At Emeryville
today the favorite fared badly. Berry
Maid ' was plunged on In the fifth and ap
peared to be winning, but Upton grew over
confident and ahe -was beaten by Voorheea.
Jockey Qroth was suspended for incompe
tency. Hi waa on Ocean Shore, which in
terfered with Berry Maid. Tawaaentha,' a
l-to-1 chance, led Native Bon home In the
Second. O. A.- Blanchl and Frank Were
put in claims. for Native Son- and Bnchl
got him for $1,226. Summaries i ,.
First race, six furlongs, selling: Beau-
man (110, Butler, 13 to M . won, AptO Ore
ilU6, Bcovllle, 4 to 1) second. The Vicar (102,
H. King, 11 to 2) third. Time: l:14i.
cowen. Pops, Hampton Beauty, prosper,
Mlcaela and Lucky Mate finished as named,
Drwuu m, . r uluii.j v m u . c.:, .actinia.
Tawsentha (113, Hayes, 9 to 1) won, Nav
son (113, Bcovllle, to 6) second. General
Russell 1112. Miller. 23 to 6) third. Time:
1:11. Cobury, Rose Cherry, Blanche C, and
Bid Silver fintehea as named.
Third race, mile and one-quarter, selling
Kelowana (110. Gilbert. 10 to 1) won. Re
member (107, Lycurgus, 4 to 1) second, Ful
letta (105. Taplin. 11 to 6) third. Time:
1:07. Mlaa Massonl, My Pal, Frank Lub
bock and Prince of Orange finished as
Fourth race, cne mile, purse: Voorheea
(106; Butler, 10 to 1) won. Berry Maid (fti.
I'pton, 11 to 10) second, Creation (98, Tap
lin, ii to 2) third. Time: 1:40. ueean
Shore, Keep Moving, Desirous and Down
Patrick finished as named. -
Fifth race, one mile', selling: Saraclnesca
flu. Miller, 11 to 6) won, Btandover (111,
Men-try, to I) second. Forerunner (111,
Lycurgus, f to 1) third. Time: 1:42H.
Mabel Hollander, ' Fredonla, Ktapa, Little
Minister, Mlaa Bootleas, Military Man, Her
mit and Be Brief finished as named. '
Blxth race, five furlongs, selling: Here
after (107, F. Sullivan, 8 to 6) won, Rosamo
(96. Buxton, 11 to 1) second. Belle Kinney
(ill Mentry, 10 to 1) third Time: 1:00.
Seven Full, Right-- Easy, Smiley Metsner,
BUI Eaton, Rosevale and Platoon finished
as named. . t
'.' Fear Favorite Wla. -1
LOS ANQELES. Dec 22. Four favorites
were successful at Banta Anita park today.
Jack Atkiri a 1 t 6 and Dainty Belle at
1 to- were at such prohibitive odds that
they' were not placed. The other two first
choices were quoted at liberal odds. Jack
Atkln, winner ot many big handicaps in
the east made a runaway race In the
third event, winning by ten lengths. Sum
First race, five furlongs, selling: Fathsr
Stafford (107, Shilling. 12 to 6) won. Furnace
(110, McCahey, 4 to 1) second. Louise Btreu
ber (107. Trubel. 12 to 6) third. Time: 0:5.
Howard Parson, The Drake, Hardly Son,
Alttnberg, Detector, BUaa Carman, Ybor,
Empire Expedition. Mr. Bishop' and Wild
wood Bill also ran..
Second race, seven furlongs, selling:
Dainty Belle (106. Powera, 1 to S) won,
Antlgo (112, Patten, 11 to 1) second, Paul
Weat (109, Rice. 100 to 1) third. Time:
1:26H- Shasta Max, Gannett, Taos, Sachet,
All Ablase, Royal "Ascct, Golden Rule and
Christine A. also ran. 1
Third race, five and a half furlongs,
purse: Jack Atkln (Ul Powers, 1 to fl)
won, Bid Edward (112, McQee, 4 to 1) eeo
ond,, Gr Between 112. Trubel. 200 to 1)
third. Time: 1:05. Bud Embry and Light
Comedian also ran.
Fourth race, one mile and an eighth, sell
ing: Ben Trovato (111, Page, 8 to 6) won, -Gold
War 009. Shllllrg. 11 to & second,
Ariraua (109. King, 13 to 6) third. Time:
1:62. ( Monvlna and Captain Burnett also
Fifth race, seven furlorgs, selling: Mil
pitas (112, Page, 8 to 1) won. Prince of
Cci tile (1. Howard, t to 1) second, Vlvan
(109. Shilling. I to 1) third. Time: l:2&Vt.
Progress, Goaaipper II, Tim CToole, Trans
lucent, Court Martial and Rather. Royal
Latham's Ravejaet Matches.
NKW YORK, Deo. 22,-The first ot two
iratchea which Peter Latham, racquet
champion of England, will play in this
country, will be held at the New York
Racquet and Tennis club on Saturday
next, when he will meet George Biandlng.
the former English chair plon. The best
You feel like a
king, and joy reigns
supreme from the
first to last puff of a
-tKe new 10 cent
Cigar with a straight
Havana fillet and
A quality smoke
hard to equal any
where, even at a
aSX YOTB CXOAX 1CAW
Caaa. 2oava OWar Ce
Zwurer gif iso.
An experienced shopper tells us that she can
do twice as much shopping in the forenoon as in
the afternoon with one-half the fatigue. She says
there are no crowds then; that she has no diffi
culty in obtaining a seat in the street cars; that she
is waited upon more promptly at all stores; that
the clerks are more agreeable and take more pains
to show goods, because they, like herself, are not
tired , at that time of day.
Knowing this to be true, we suggest to all
ladies able to do so, to try this plan and do their
shopping in the early part of the day.
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three sets out of five are to be played.
Latham will play a second match with
Jay Uould. who Is the American amateur
champion, on January 'S"on the courta of
Harvard university. hurt 1
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WESTERNERS Witk,TO lifiAVB
Mevemeat oa Foot ' Oalt Aaaoeia
tien ta Seeede.
CHICAGO, Dec. 22. -That Charles E.
Thompson of the Homewood C''intTy club
will be the next president of te Western
Oolf association 1s a&id . to be assured.
The annual meeting of the association will
be held, here January 16, and no- candidate
agalnat him haa appeared.' Interviews with
Mr. Thorn peon and Albert R. Gates, pres
ent president of the organisation, today
left no doubt that the - forthcoming meet
ing wovld develop a movement to secede
from . the National Golf association and
form a new organisation to be called the
Golf Association of America.'
. "age's Pool Terai-aaaaent.
Ittner waa put out of the running for the
first money last night It the Sterling pool
tournament by J. Meoka In close and ex
citing game by the score of 101 to 100. This
now leaves K. Meeka and Bhielda tied for
flrat money, which will -be played oft- after
the tournament Is over, and the winner -Is
to meet the winner. of the .Royal tourna
J. Meeks-a, 2, 10, 2. 2. S.-1, 1, 4. 6, 22, .
18, 2. 8. 2, 8. 2, 1-101.
Ittaer-13. 1. 2. 7, 2, 7. 2," la 8. , ' 7. t
8, 2. 7, 8. 8-100. r , , . "
Tonight Barney and Rradahaw will play.
TUTS STANDING .
Played.. Won, Lost. Pet.
v - a ' mr-t
Moaarck Pwot Toaraey. i
White defeated Harsch in the Monarch
pool tourney by a aoore of 108 to 80. White
played fast game. Score by Innings:
White 1 2. 10. 1. 14. 22. 11 4. 14. 2. a
6, 11, a Total, K8.
llarscn s, i i, s. a, a s, 4, i, v, . Total.
Scratches White, 8; Harscri; a
Tuesdsy night Harsch and Usher,
Pld. Won. Lost. Pet.
White 4 4 0 l.ono
Usher 8 8
Harsch I 2
Reynolds ..,,4 , 2
Stephens 6 - I '
Keys 6 '
CALL TO ARMS BY HARTIGAN
Adjutant Oeaeral liaarai Members
of Shalleabergrr's StasT for
Omaha colonels on ths stsff of Oovernor-
elect Shallenberger have received the. first
rail to arms and are summoned to report
for duty at 7 o'clock on ths evening of
January 7, to suppress any Insurrection or
uprising at ths Inaugural ball ot the new
governor. They must be attired in ins
uniform ot their rank-and each colonel
must have a regulation sword. .-'';
Colonel John C. Hartlgan -of Fan 'Jury,
adjutant general, has Isaucd ths call. Ths
adjutant general wrUes that the "duties of
the colonels on ths staff or, the governor
will not be arduous or neeoos." -
The seven colonels In Omaha are prac
ticing dally la th. basement of the cUy
hall. Custodian Roe-flan, who Is a veteran
of the civil war, haa also kindly consented
to act aa director and the sev.ua go through
the setting-up exercises every morning, as
well as experimenting with several maneu
vers, ' " ' .
Charles E. Fanning, A. D iVUrmap, B.
P. Marshall, Ed P. Berrymaa. Thesnaa F.
Byrne, M. R. Murphy and Bophus Neble
are (he Omaha colonels on the staff, of the
new governor. .. i ;
atrs.' efenaser-v gta-ye
Mrs. M. McRaaey, Praatisc Mls writ est
T was confined to my bed for three
months wKh kidney and btadder trouble
and was 'treated by two physicians, but
failed ta get relief. No human tongue caa
tall bow X suffered and -1 bad given up
nop. of ver getting well until I began
taking Foley's Kidney Remedy. After lak.
lag two bottles I (sit like naw person
tiid feel it my duty to tell suffering women
what Foley'a Kidney Remedy did far ma"
SolJ by ail druggist.
BRITISHER QUEER VISITOR
fiigUsiijiura Strangest CtuitV of Year
STATS LOCKED IN ROOM ALL DAY
Iaaaialttve Peaiple Meet RebefT Wheat
Trvlng to Find . Oat Reason - for. ..
. Mysterious Actions of Lon
doner em Ananat Visit,
' Arthur Edward D'eresby, London, .Eng
land, is a resounding name and address
appearing on the register of the Rome
hotel. The signature waa placed there by
an Englishman who- annually stops one
day In Omaha and, who according to ' the
clerks at the Roma has never done any
thing, but stay in his room for the twenty-
' four hours. -.
"He never goes to awe any one and none
comes to see him,' said Chief clerk Ander
son. "We long ago learned that Tie resents
nothing so much as the Inquiry about his
business and any curiosity existing In the
hotel must needs go unsatisfied. If he
were Just here waiting for a train he
would not need to stay over nlghC every
time. Why be comes every year this way
Is really a problem."
, "I can never remember that -J0 .calli"
said the central telephone operator at the
Henshaw. "I wtsn this No. 88 would get
up at a reasonably early hour.! It's slothful
to He abed so 'long that's what It la"
"Let me tie a rubber around your fin
ger," suggested th. clerk. "It won't do, you
know, to forget him again. He was good
and mad yesterday, you remember."
"I won't have any rubber on my finger,"
said the young woman scornfully.
A thoughtful and considerate man glan
cing at the register from In front of the
counter offered ta Hold the aforesaid fin
ger, "or all your fingers until 9:20."
This suggestion xaet a shabby a reception
aa had the clerk's offer of a rubber. No. 89
did get his call, however.
E. L. Smith, a Rhode Island traveling
man. Is the victim of a nick-naming pro
pensity on th. part of a similarly employed
friend. Smith halls from a community
made famous In a play which Augustus
Thomas wrote and Lawrence D'Orsay
played and accordingly almost Inevitable
that Smith should be known as the "Earl
of Pawtucket, Smith looks little like a
Britisher, but ths name hung onto him
haa actually resulted In his becoming a
student of English, dialect of the Ha-ha,'
musical comedy kind, and he hag gained
much proficiency therein.
Dcn't let - stomach, liver nor kidney
trouble down you, 'When you can qujakly
down them -with Electric Bitters. tOc. For
sal. by Beaton Drug Co.
JUVENILES JUMP THE TRACK
Boys Oive Pol lee Departaaeat 8ose
, thing- to ThUk. Abe.t
. . . aa4 Do.
Tuesday was a tmey day among the
Juveniles for the polloe department Sis
boys, ranging in age from t t. 17, were
taken to the polio, atatiorf for petit lar
ceny. Incorrigibility or running away from
home. ' .. - -. t trr t
Conrad Schlfern and Leo Hugo, 12-year-old
lads, who left th.tr home, at West
Point, Neb., tr see ths world, were taken
into custody by peiecdva. Ring and Mur
phy. When searched at ths police station
a 8100 certificate of depeart, stock of
euft links, pencils.' not. books and ether
things, all of which th. Iad admit are
stolen. wer found tuoked away la re
oessee of their amorous pockets.
"I stole that cheek from my sister,"
young Schlfern said calmly, referring t.
the bank certificate. "I couldn't get tt
Street Mlwsiy C
cashed at th. bank, though," he added. In
differently. f .
The two lads will be held untlthe Juven
ile authorities take there In charge. Schl
fern says he has already served a term In
tb. reform school.
Charged with stealing a bundle of empty
cement sacks from a boxcar near Fif
teenth and Cuming streets, Elmer Hall, 13;
Presley Gamble. 9,, and George Hill, 14
years o2 age, were arrested" by Patrolman
Coffey this morning. .The Hall, and Gam
ble boys live at 709 North Eighteenth
street, and young Hill lives In the rear of
1914 Cuming street.
Bill R. Relate, 17 years old, was arrested
by Special Watchman Searles of the Bur
lmgton railroad. He. Is charged with petit
Bracelets FRENZER 18th and' Dodge,
SWIFT SALESMEN GATHER
Hold Aaaaal Meeting of Dmslness and
Pleasare at Plaat In
Swift Sc Co. salesmen, who work from
Omaha, met In their annual gathering Mon
day and will bo in . session . until Wednes
day, when most., of them will disperse for
From-sixty to seventy salesmen of the
road were on hand and spent a considerable
portion of the day at the plant Monday.
A lunch was served at the plant at noon
and a dinner in the evening at the Rome
Tuesdsy" morning the annual meeting In
the true sense of the word waa held In
the dining room over the buslneaa offices
at the Booth Omaha plant. There the man
agement reviewed the work of the year and
dlacussed plans for the coming yesr. The
beads of each department presented state
ments. The men were encouraged much
by the statement by the general manager,
H. O. Edwards, showing that the company
was well satisfied with the last year's
efforts) by the salesmen.
The men m;sr given a theater party
TRIED, TESTED and PROVED METHODS
We specialise In the treatment and cure of diseases of men. We have es
tablished a reputation for producing results. Day after day, week after
week, and year after year we have been located at 1308 Karnain St., Omaha,
Neb., and curing men uf their aliments. Other specialists, like the seasons,
come and go, but we, like the brook, "Go on forever." ,
We adhere to clean business methods,
while others adopt unbusinesslike methods,
make seductive Inducements and promises,
betray ths confidence Imposed In them
and depart fur other places. Our profes
sional and business, methods are such as
to command us and inspire confidence.
While we may not guarantee to do every
thing for you that you may be promised
elsewhere, we do more than we promise.
In order to successfully conduct a medical
Institute of the magnitude of our own we
must necessarily guard our patient's in
terests aa well as our own.
We have built up the immense practice
we now enjoy through the cures we have
effected and giving entire satisfaction.
It la results that count, not promlaes. The
' large percentage of the patronage we have
-comes to us unsolicited from cured pa
tients who have recommended the State
aladleal Inatltuta In thlr rfMn1. a rwl
Others Is one of the moat cnmmenriatnrv v
expressions we could receive as to
efficacy and merits of our treatment
All our professional dealinga with our patients are treated as sacredly
confidential between ourselves. We do not publish testimonial letters or
photographs, thereby dlacloalng your secrets to the world. . Men can repose
confidence In us and our treatment and be restored - t. a healthful con
dition without receiving undesirable publicity. , It has required years of
salentlfto study and experience to establish such a reputatloa,, We du not be
long to the class of specialists who mature over night. , .f
We treat men only, and cure promptly, safety aeroagaiy ay tne tateet
ant beat snethots, ataODCBUrlS, CAAkat, MEKVOUg EalI.ITT. BLOOD
rOISOST. 88UT BIAal, KIDNEY AsTO UNDOES DlHtlASES. aaU all
pedal Disease, aaa their ooupUoaUoaa, la the shortest possible tlaa. aad al
ta. lowest oest tot skillful services aad uooessfal treatment. ,
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St., Between 12th and 14th Sis., Omaha, Neb.
last evening at the Orpheum. Wednesday
they will meet again at the plant After
that they will be nt liberty until after
January 1, 1909. - ..... ..
COLONEL SING IS ARRESTED
Chinaman . Charged with Selling:
Liquor to Minors at His Chop
After about a week of ' byplay, a' com
plaint haa been filed against Charley Blng,
proprietor of a Chinese chop suey parlor
on the second floor of the building At 1213
Dcuglas street. The oriental waa arrested
atuhe request of Juvenile Officer .Bern
stein, to whom complaints had been made
that Sing was selling liquors to minors,
A bond of 2200 was furnished and noth
ing more was dona In the cae until Tues
day morning, when City Prosecutor Daniel
filed a complaint against the man, charg
ing that he was the keeper .of a disorderly
house. At flrat it was thought it was th.
county . attorney's duty to file the corn
plaint charging that Blng had sold liquor
to minors, but, as the latter does not hav.
a license to sell llauor, the statutes do not
apply in his case. It It) said there are four
boys . and girls who - will testify against
Blng that they bought liquor In his plaoa
Dlamonds-i-FRENZER-;-16tn said Dodge..
O. E. Carney, chief clerk at th. Merchanta
hotel, who waa stricken with pneumonia
laat Saturday continues to about hold his
own, having passed a. fairly good night
Monday light. Hla parenta are now enroute
from New York to Omaha.
E. W. Dixon of Davenport, la., who has
been successfully engaged in the coal busi
ness for a number of years in that city and
was at one time a resident of Omaha, has
been staying for the lnnt week wltlt his
daughters, Mrs. H. A. Doud snd Mrs. C.
E. Smith. He ramo here to vlalt. his
relatives and attend the corn show and
coal dealer a convention, and will return
to Davenport after Christmas.
Office Hours: 8:08 a. m. to 1:80 p. ra.'
Bunaaya, iv to a emy. it you
not call, write.
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