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TIIK OMAHA DAILY REE: "WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6. 1D00.
FOOT BALL DEADLOCK ENDED
Bcltzer Choien Captain of Cornhusker
Squid for Next Fall.
rXUM AND COLLETS WITHDRAW
My Martc Will t Be Mrnkri
f the Feet Ball a.aad
LINCOLN, Neb., Jan. i.-(3pe.ial Tele
gram.) Oren A. Beltzer of Arapahoe. Neb.,
was elected captain of the 1 Nebraska
foot ball eleven thla afternoon over his
nly opponent, Louis Harte. an Omaha boy.
Only one ballot was taken, the vote stand
ing eight for Belixer and fix for Hart.
Beltxer haa been on the Cornhusker foot
ball team for two years. He aio Is cap
tain of the base ball nine for thia spring.
In the fall of 1S"7 be won his gridiron ,
by playing In the Minnesota game at left
end. Last fall he was left halfback on
the eleven and waa a brilliant star in
punting and In throwing: the ball on the
forward pass. Hla passing of the spheroid
In thin latter play waa so accurate that he
won the reputation of being one of the
best open play foot ball men In the Mis
souri valley. It was his punting in the
Iowa and Ames games that gave Ne
braska the necessary advantage for scoring
on several occasions. Hi absence from
the second halt of the Minnesota game last
fall probably coat the Cornhuskers that
contest. Coach Cole believed that had
the new captain of the Cornhuskera played
all of that game his puuling would have
enabled his tram to get near enough to
the Gopher goal to scote.
Beltzer played third base on the varsity
base ball nine last spring and the season
before and was considered the best man
on the nine. His work with the Cornhusk
ers' bail team attracted the attention of
several piolessional base ball managers,
who attempted to hire blm for next sum
mer. BelUer. however, liked the college
sport too well and turned down ail the of
fers. Krarn isa telllas Withdraw.
Alter the failuie tf the fourteen
"N" men to elect a captain at the meet
ing before- the holidays It was seen that
It would be futile for either Collins or
Frum to continue in the race anv longer.
Up to the holidays they had been the only
men mentioned for the captaincy and hal
split the fourteen votes, causing a dead
lock which could not be broken until one
or both of them decided to withdraw. Be
fore the election this afternoon the fol
lowers of Krum held a caucus at which
their leader announced that he would with
draw from the contest. One of his sup
porters had been Bcltzer and to him he
threw his vote. The other players who
had been supporting Frum decided to vote
for Beltzer and this assured the Arapahoe
boy seven votes.
When It became known that Frum had
withdrawn Collins also quit the race and
six of hia votes went to Harte. One cf his
followeit. however, cast his vote for
Beltxer. giving the Arapahoe boy eight
votes, or t!ie necessary number to elect.
rruni. who played left tackle on the
vaitlty fo.- two years, announced today
hla Intention of taking a degree at the
close tf this Semester. This means that
he will not return to school next fall and
will not play foot ball again. It la also
rumored today that Harte will leave Ne
braska at the close cf thia year and go to
Cornell college, where he would be eligible
for fcot ball in 1910.
M V JV IT BASE BALL
4aestln la Fwt l" the tsdest
" MADISON. Wis.. Jan. 5. (Special. Re
ports lo I lie effect that it waa the inten
tion 01 the athletic council of the univer
Interfere with business
Quit the Business
If you feel "hurt about it."
One time a man thought it all over and finally decided that he
would rather have his head clear and his mind keen for business
than to "enjoy" the "dumps" half the time.
$o he quit the Coffee, even the "one cup a day."
The biliousness quit itself.
So did a certain sick feeling about the heart when he hurried
lor a car.
Being fond of a good hot drink for breakfast he took on
POSTUM, the liquid food coffee. It came to hia table with the
color jof the strongest French drip coffee, and a little rich cream
turned it to a rich golden brown. The flavor wis distinct, but had
the soft pleasing "tang" of mild high grade Java.
So the change was easy.
In a few days he told himself how much fun it is to be well
brisk snappy and keen "the greatest fun on earth." Of course,
"There's a Reason."
Coffee with many folks congests the liver, producing bil
iousness by keeping in, instead of throwing off, the wastes of the
IkmIv. They turn to poisons, and the whole body is more or less
affected. When the cause coffee is withdrawn, Nature slowly
tries to right the wrong. It helps, to drink Postura, for it contains
in liquid form certain parts of wheat which nature uses to rebuild
broken down nerve centers.
These are truths to those who know dietetics. Every man can
ignore the theories and yet convince himself by personal test.
That's the eurest way to find out why
"There's a Reason" for
Mfcde at the pure food factories of the Postum Cereal Co., Ltd.
Battle Creek, Michigan U. S. A.
Lioceln Offict Omaha Bee
518 Little Building
Auto PK.ne 7417 Bell A-2593
G. N. Porter, Manager.
sity lo put the ban on Intercollegiate bene
ball appear to b unwarranted. As a mat
ter of fact It Is generally expected th:
no ciiange will be made In the present
program of athletics. The matter has been
placd before the members of the student
ronf.reme and will be settled by them at
their next meeting.
The anion of the council In submitting
the pniKeitinn to the conference is a
feeler to ascertain how strong a hold In
termix state base ball has among the stu
dents here. In case the students do not
want It retained, the council has proposed
to put l:3 Into getting the diamond on
tlie lowi-r campus Into good condition for
tne Interclass and inter-fraternity games
lit the spring and to maintain a skating
rink on Ieke Mendota during the winter
months. The skating rink waa attempted
bv the students last year and proved a
financlsl failure, but under the manage
ment of the university authorities should
prove surer S4fui.
The feeling- for tntercoUeglste base bail
lias never ben very deep-seated here, the
artcmlam-e even at the bigger gamee being
small. The council haa taken this fact
as an indication of lack of Interest and Is
attempting to substitute other sports thst
will attract more s'udents. The fsct that
the base ball seasons have been finam-UI
losses is not considered by the cnuncll,
tor. wltli .the returns from the last foot
ball season, the sthletlc treasury Is once
again in good condition.
ew Ranalag Record.
JOHAXSESBfR'r. Jan. 5.-R. K. Walker,
'he South African runner, established a
new amateur terord here today. He ran
130 yards In (VI :.-.
Three vVeddlags at Leigh.
LEIGH. Neb.. Jan. 5. (Special.! Cards
were received at this place Frldiy an
nouncing the marriage of Helen Amanda
Hendrick to Clyde K. Clark. Miss Hendrick
was th-s youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
11 .A. llendrl. k. old residents of this com
munity. Mr. and Mrs. Clark will make
their home on the groom's farm six miles
west of town.
The marriage of two prominent and pop
ular young people took place at St. Paul's
church Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock,
when Rev. Fred tJensUhen read the words
that united the lives of Otto C. Weber and
Magdalena Jenny. The bride Is the second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melchlor Jenny.
Mr. Jennv la one of the owners and oper
ators of the Jenny Brothers cheese factory
at this place and a man of considerable
means. The groom Is the oldest son of
Conrad Weber, one of the oldest and
wealthiest Isnd owners In this section.
Conrad Weber. Jr.. and Miss Mamie Jenny
were the attending couple.
A pretty wedding took place at the Ger
man Lutheran church here Sunday, when
Rev. A. F. Lut united In marriage Miss
Anna. Wurdeman and John A. Backhua.
The bride Is the youngest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wurdeman, on
whose farm the young couple will estab
lish their home.
Aate Barwa Vader Driver.
BEAVER CITY. Neb.. Jan. 8.-(Sredal
A strange accident occurred to Dr. F. A.
Brewster, yesterday, while returning from
a professional call In the country. He was
driving an au'omoblle and the wood work
of the back part of the car was set on fire
by an overheated piece of the engine. The
wind waa In his face and the doctor did
not notice the conflagration until his atten
tion was called to It by a farmer driving
In the opposite direction. The flames were
extinguished without serious Injury to the
auto, but two valuable cases of medicine
and Instruments were badly damaged.
Physician etraclt hy Trala.
GRAND INLAND. Neb.. Jan. B.-(Spe-cial.)
Another railroad crossing accident
occurred In Grand Island tr. Q. W.
Weeter being struck by passenger train
No. 14. at Eddy street, while driving across
the track. A high wind was blowing at
the time, preventing the doctor from hear-
Ing tie whistling and tie ringing of the
bell, and he was squarely upon the track
before he realized that a train was bear
ing down upon him. The doctor was
hurled to the side of the track, and when
tsken to his home and examined by an
other physician was found to have two
ribs broken, a fractured collar bone and
a deep gash In the forehead. His arm
was also bsdly bruised and the shaking up
was severe. Dr. Weeter being quite well
advanced in years.
i Arrldesta at Alasworth.
AINSWORTH. Neb. Jan. &. (Special.)
Three serious accidents occurred here
Saturday within a short time. John Gustaf
son, n years old. feu from hla windmill
tower and broke his arm In several places.
It took three surgeons twr hours to set It.
About the same time Thomas Ogarman
fell from h's horse and broke his right
leg. Shortly afterward Raymond, the son
of Richsrd Osborn. while skating fell and
broke hts collar bone.
Ba ratar Bur at ftchayler.
SCHUYLER. Neb.. Jan. 4-(SpeciaD
Saturday night rohtirrs gained entrance to
the Hegner A Tighe sU.on through a
window In the rear end of the building
and secured between Jo and $ and four
quarts of whiskey. They slsi entered the
Pavlicek meat market and secured about
II In penni-B and some meat. No clue as
to the Identi'trs of the robbers has been
Nebraska ews otes.
FAUJ CITY Jese (". Leachman died
at Ins home north of this city on January
1 of paralysis. He was burled Sunday.
KAI.LS CITY Revival meetings, con
ducted by Rev. R. Cooper Bailey, began
at (he. I'resbvterlan mission Monday even
ing. BEATRICE Flnvd. the little son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hov IKiyle of Holmesvtlle. di"d
eterday after a brief Illness of pneu
monia. FAIt CITT-Whlle playing show with
s-veral other children Sunday Harty MoJ
Manua fell from a ladder and broke a leg
arid an arm.
WII'OX-WIIH.im Mawsey and w:fe of
this place celebrated their fiftieth anni
versary on the niglx of January 1. They
were married in New York state.
GENEVA T-day, just b'fnre the v.-'nd
whooped up from the northwest, fire was
seen through the roof of the old Fillmore
house, lately alrn--t destroved by fire. A
bucket or two of water aocn put It out.
ri-ATTS MOUTH The Plattsmouth Water
company has elected the following officers:
President. M. M. Oifford. Prophetstown.
Mass : secretary. T. H. Pollock. Platts
mouth; treasurer, B. y. Bond, Rochester,
COLfMBU-Another new firm has
started out at the beginning of the year
In the hardware buslnens. William Ragati
has bought out the half interest in the
Boyd-Murray store, and now the firm name
will be Boyd and Ragata.
BF.ATRICK Rev. J. K. Davis began his
fourth year as pastor of the Christian
church Sunday. Special services were held
In observance of the event. Nearly
have been added to the church roll since
Mr. Davis took charge as pastor.
FA 1,1.9 CITY-Fred Wlttwer died sud
denly of heart trouble at his home, south
west of Salem, on Jsnuary 1. Mr. W'itl
wer was nearlv To years of age and waa
one of Rlchardon county's early settlers.
He leaves a wife and fourteen children.
BKATRICB G. K. Emery, who was re
cently appointed chief clerk in the office of
Ijind Commisainner Cowles. yesterday sold
his residence property to Mrs. Alice Brad
ley of this city. Mr. Emery and family
will remove to Lincoln in & few weeks.
CENTRAL CITY The Chapman Co
operative Creamery company has Just
closed a eor.tract with the Union Pacific
Railroad company, by the terms of which
the railroad company will take the entire
output of the creamery for consumption in
Its dining car service.
PERU John Thornhlll has received news
of the death of his sister's oldest hoy, at
his home in Savanna. Mo., on Christinas
day. The young man. about 1 years of
age, was out hunting and accidentally shot
himself. Mr. and Mrs. Thornhlll were un
able to attend the funeral.
SCOTIA John Herman, Jr.. for many
years a resident of Scotia, haa patented an
airship which promises to take front rank
in aerial navigation. While In Waahington
Mr. Herman received a tempting offer for
his invention, but declined to sell. He Is
building his ahlp at Independence. Mo.
FEATRICE About fifty of the friends
and neighbors of Rev .1. W. Lewis gath
ered at his home la-st evening to assist .im
In celebrating his fiftieth anniversary. A
splendid supper waa served, and as a token
of esteem the guests left a good sunply
of provisions and a beautiful silver offer
ing. BEAVER CITY The Arspahoe Pioneer,
the only democratic paper In Furnaa
county, will change hands with the present
week's Issue, having been purchased by
W. I j. Butler, foreman of the Beaver City
Times-Tribune, and his father. W. O. But
ler of Arapahue, an experienced newspaper
PLATTSMOUTH The Plattsmouth Even
ing News plant waa sold Tuesday afternoon
to County Attorney C. A. Rawls at bank
rupt sale for $To. to satisfy the creditors
of George I Farley. The paper waa
founded April IS. 1SS4. and haa since been
the leading republican newspaper in this
PLATTSMOUTH-Slieriff Qulntrm brought
F. J Bueltel to this cltv laat evening from
the home of George Hlld. where lie was
'aken with a fit which lasted for several
hours, during which time he was uncon
scious. The unfortunate man has s mem
bership ticket aa engineer In the state of
BEATRICE The stockholders of the
Beatrice Iron works held their annual
meeting last evening and elected the following-
as a bosrd of d-rector: Txm
Trude. pr. H. M. Hepperlen. II. A. Thomp
son. A. T. White, James Smethers and
August Schaefer. The reports for last
year's business as read were most en
couraging. COLUMBUS A good shsre of the Masons
of Columbus and the surrounding country
are attending school thla week. The
teacher Is Robert E. French, grand cus
todian of the grand lodge of the atate. and
it is expected that before the school closes
that Grand Master William A. LeBord of
Omaha will be here.
PERU At an elaborate dinner party at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Jones, re
cently, the engagement of their daughter.
Mlsa M.ie Jones, to Dnrsey Majors, a promi
nent citizen of this place, was announced.
Miss Jones is a graduate of the normal
and hss taken special work In the elocu
tion department. Mr. Majors is a graduate
of Ann Arbor law college.
BEATRICE The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Beatrice Gas and Power
company waa held laat evening. Except for
tne addition or iwo eastern holders or
stock In the company the board of direc
tors for l) Is to remain practically un
changed. During the last yar the com
pany has expended over $3n.t In Improv
ing the local plant, which Is In charge of
R. R. Kyd.
CENTRAL CITY Sheriff TW baa Just
purchaaed of Sheriff Dunkle of Hall counly
a pair of fine bloodhounds. splendldlv
trained, and now has them In his keeping
here ready to turn them loose on the trail
of the next lawbreaker thst happens along
this way. Recently Sheriff Dunkte bought
six hounds from the mrdn of the stt
penitentiary, and has been quite success
ful in handling them.
FAIRBURY The mortgage record of
Jefferson county for the year 1ns shows aa
follows: Farm mortgages filed ST. imount
I3.2.5&2.1?; released 4a amount W73.i34 i6:
decrease $147 .'.44. Cltv mortgages filed
114. amount asi.2S4.SF: releaaed 1W. amount
IT4.349.0!: d.-reaae. W.J14.4". Chsttle mort
garea filed 9S7. amount $3s 153 ; released
1 amount W41.Si8.l: decrease. 173,132 3.
Total decrease. I4313J &4.
FAIRBURY William Nelson, a colored
boy 15 years old. who has Keen employed
at a restaurant near the depot, stole a
rite of eggs from the Rock Island freight
depot and waa ordered hv the county court
to he sent to the reform school, but last
night escaped from the bailiff. In whose
cr-arse he was placed. He waa rearreated
at Hanover. Kan., and will be brought
back today and sent to the school.
CAIRO Smallnog has broken out In
Cairo and the boarding house of Mrs. W.
M. Carlson Is under oua'snt'ne. two cf
her children being sick with the disease.
None of the boarders roomed there, and
Ihev are not now within the one ran Line.
The schools are remaining cloned after the
liol'dev vacation, and people by the dosn
are being vaccinated. It is Slot known
how many have been exposed to the dis
ease. BEATRICE The annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Dempster Mill Mann
fscturng company was held last night.
The following hoard ef directors was
elected: . B. lempter H. W. gchafer,
J W Burgees. H. F Dempster. W. A.
Wsddington. A. W. K'fg and R H. Yale.
The reports submitted showed a very
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External Auditory Meatus.
. Auditory Canal. J Mem
brane Tympany. 4. Auditory
Nerve. i. Eustachian Tube
6. Trochlea. 7. Middle Ear.
Is. M. BTjmOXSS. Talmage. Neb. was
seriously affected with catarrh of the
tnroat and stomach, had been treated by
many of ti e best physicians without re.
lief. Under your treatment obtained
prompt relief and permanent cure.
BET. raVaJfK MalDII, Rosedale.
Kan., writes: Was deaf from childhood.
Ear discharged, had head noises. Noises
and discharges hsve stopped and I can
hesr ss good as anvnne.
MISS JEMaTIB KAQEaT, 1230 Summer
Axe.. Kansas City. Kan., writes: I had
asthma. I could not lie down at night
snd sleep: was constantly wheeling,
roughing end gasping for breath. I am
now cured and I hartilv Indorse this new
treatment snd reeommeud It to everyone.
OSS OLLII AUSTTJT. 4:d snd Grover
Sts . umaha. Neb., writes: 1 had catarrh
of the nose, throat, stomach and bowels
of eight years' standing and was pro
nounced Incursble bv a number of physi
cians. I am now cured. All for which I
thank the specialists of the Dr. Branaman
C. . WXX.COXAV. Middle River. la.,
writes: 1 had asthma and catarrh of the
nose, throat, stomach and bom-els for thir
teen years. I am now cured. All for
which I thnk the specialists of the Dr.
ZMIL AITDEmSOH. Stanton. Ia.. says:
I have suffered with catarrh of the nose
and throat ever since I can remember,
which finally extended downward Into
mv bronchial tubes and lungs, causing
me to get short of breath, wheezing and
rattling in mv chest. I got so bad I could
not sleep at night. I had to sit up In order
to get mv breath. I tried several doctors
In the esst. who said I had asthma. They
treated me without result. Others said
my case was Incurable. Finally I saw
your advertisement and decided to try
vour treatment, for which I am very
thankful. My neighbors aav the cure In
tny case Is a remarkable cure, aa no one
DR. BRANAtVsAN CO., 305
prosperous year fcr the company. ita
business having Increased fTS.OOu over that
of the year HOT.
PIATTSMOUTH in the case of Henry
Herald against W. W. Coates, in district
court Monday Judge H. D. Travis over
ruled the motion for a new trial in the
first cause of action and Judgment was en
tered in favor of the plaintiff In the sum
of $5.0"0 and cosis. The motion on the sec
ond cause of action was sustained and the
verdict of the jurv on the second action
(being a judgment for rT.WO) was set aside
and a new trial granted.
LINDSAY Harry Ramackers died Isst
night at his home of acute appendicitis,
being sick Just a week. He was one of
the merchants in his town, being in com
pany with his brother, Hubert. Hla other
brother here is a banker. Hl parents are
still living. He" was abon. X years old,
leaving a widow and five small children.
The funeral will be held Thursday from
the Catholic church, of which deceased
was always a devout member, having for
quite a number of years sang In the choir.
BEATRICE Tlie twenty-fifth anniver
sary of Rev. L. Poeverlein's pastorate of
the OVmun Lutheran church was cele
brated Sunday In a most Impressive and
fitting manner by the congregation of the
churrh. After the morning services at the
church more than V) peraona aasembled at
Nichols' hall, where a dinner was served,
followed bv brief addresses. As proof of
the high- esteem in which Rev. Mr. Poev
erlein is held by the members of his con
gregation end the truetees of the church,
he mas presented with a purse containing
y and a fine new buggy.
CKNTRAL CITY The funeral of Carl
Vlerogg from the Episcopal church Sun
day was one of the most Isrgely attended
In the history of the town. The church
service wss conducted by -Rev. F. C. Tay
ler. psstor of the church. The Knights of
Pythiaa lodge, of which order the de
ceaaed waa a member, attended in a hod v
and acted aa pell bearers. The Knights
of Pythias burial ritual was read at the
grave bv W. H. C. Hice. prelate of the
order, and the usual Knights of Pythias
burial rites gone through with. Interment
was In the family lot tn the Merrick
GRAND 18IANn Coroner Sutherland,
8'nerlff Dunkel and others Interested took
a trip to the scene of the late accident
In which Henry Relmer lost his life by
the falling of a derrick for a bridge pile
driver, in order to satisfy themselves that
the accident had not occurred In Hall
county. Following the decision of the au
thorities of neither county to act In the
matter there were rumors of damage suits,
and the authorities of the county desired
to be sure that they were right. The ac
cident is regarded, aa being hlameaMe to
no one In particular and so far there are
no valid grounds for the rumors of a dam
M'COOK The annu.il meeting of the
stockholders of the McCook Masonic Tem
ple Craft association was held In McCook
this afternoon, over l.ftO of the i.01 shares
of paid up capital atock being represented.
Nine directors were elected. C. L Kahne
stork. Albert Barnett. M O. MeClure,
L. V. McConnell. F. M. Klmmell, C. B.
Grav. H. P. Sutton. Patrick Walsh. AI"nxo
Cone. Reports showed that over 1 3
has been paid into this enterprise the Mc
Cook Masonic temple-opera house project
The t ard of directors met sfter the elec
tion and selected C. I Fahnestock as
president. M. O. MeClure. vice president;
Alonxo Cone, seeretsry. and C. B. Grav,
treaaurer of the association. Messrs Bar
nett. Walah. MeClure. Sutton snd McCon
nell were chosen aa the building commit
tee. This enterprise will coat gTO.O in its
completion, SX.oto of the capital stock be
ing already subscribed.
COLD WAVE BEATS FORECAST
(Continued from First Page.)
Rocy mountain siaies extending to the
ICE OF SIX TO EIGHT INCHES
Cms for Skatls. feat et Fit far
I Harvest Pirswu.
Ice six to eight Inches thick is reported
In the basina and still water in the vicin
ity of Omaha. The bulk of thla 1 old Ice.
about an Inch forming Monday night.
While there 1 a fair outlook for an 1c
crop during the month of January, accord
ing to the guess of the best posted Ice
men. there la but little of the present ice
that will be worth the cutting until the
old surface ia shaved off.
Nil Ue ha yet been formed on the Mis
souri river at this point, except In a few
FAMILY EJECTED IX THE STORM
Poer People rat Oat ef Howe a
With no money with which te pay rant,
a raonth'a rent due to the landlord, the
mercury dropped to the aero mark snd two
mall children I years and 1 years or age,
respectively . Mr. and Mrs. L. Zuber were
turned out of their rooms ia tbe boaxdlog
house run by F. A. Taylor at 114 Wetioter
street Monday. Zuber was coenptsined
against lo the police by Taylor snd as rested
The bouse ef the
ear. with Ita differ
ent parts and en
trancea. also part of
the throat, showing
where the far tube
enter the throat and
bow disease of the
throat extends to the
eustachian tubes snd
middle ear. causing
deafness and head
We Will Give One Month's
Free Treatment to Prove it
This special offer Is not confined alone to the Deaf; we offer It to every
person afflicted with Head Noises, Catarrh, Asthma. Bronchitis or any disease
of the Lungs or Air Passages. Our treatment, consultation and examination
Is free to all sufferers for one whole month.
We are making the above offer so the people can become acquainted with us. and the great amount of ood
we are doing. The doctors of this office are experienced, a uccessful and are graduates of the best medical col
lege and have practiced medicine In thla atate and Omaha for IS and :i yeere, respectively, and ( ! cwreftil or
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you will be kindlv. but honestly told so. our manv years of experience In this line of practice hae given us
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health and happiness. . . . . .
We suggest that you call at our office during this special course of treatment and become acquainted wltn .
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All growths and Tonsils removed from throat and nos e. All diseases of the nose, throat, lunge and Cltest
. . l. i j . . .. v. i i i li.jj.. . .nit n minnr nrrlral operations rjerformed- we
' ni ii i n r p ' m r k iiiw .
Want von to realize that with
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free by an eminent N. Y.' specialist now permanently aa sociated with the
CATARRH, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS CURED
could be worse than T was. I am sure now
that the cure la permanent. It has been
over a year since I stopped your treat
ment. All svmptoms of my catarrh and
asthma are gone, and I feel perfectly well
In every way. Your treatment is a aure
thing for catarrh and asthma, and I re
commend It to all.
XS BAmaTXS, Neola, la. writes: 1
suffered with catarrh, a partial deafness
fpr years, and you perfectly restored my
c. b. vnnann, tit south :oth st.
Omaha. Neb., ssys: I had head noises,
waa deaf and had catarrh. I am now
cured and m hearing Is perfect.
Cms. SC. CXX.OKU, R. R. D . No. 1.
South Omaha, says: When I began taking
your treatment for catarrh of the atom
ach my appetite waa poor. T belched and
my stomach distressed me after meals. I
was weak and ran down. After one
month's treatment I feel perfectly re
stored to health. The catarrhal affections
have disappeared and I am strong and
X AW STAJI BATTTTB, Boone, la . writes:
I aufferred with partial deafness, head
noises and discharging ears nearly all my
life. Doctors told me that I could not be
cured, but after taking your treatment the
discharge and head noises have stopped
and mv hearing Is perfect.
OXUL&X.BB Batrrk. Randolph. Me.
wrttee: Four years ago I was an awful
sufferer of asthma and lung diseases, was
constantly coughing, hawking and whees
lng. Every cold added to my trouble. I
was a wreck, could not work, lost flesh
and strength. I am now cured after a
short course of treatment.
KB. VrXBCXI. 7BAJBTA, ?2IT 9. 11th
St.. prominent engineer U. P. R. R-. says:
I had head noises and waa getting deaf;
was troubled with catarrh of nose and
throat; ears atopped up; could not hear
distinctly. Dr. Branaman cured my ca
tarrh, stopping the head noises and re
on the charge of disturbing the peace,
while the mother and little children had to
be cared for by Police Matron Gibbons.
In police court Tuesday morning. Zuber
waa discharged after Judge Crawford had
made some remark about landlords whose
senses of kindness have become clouded
by the dollar sign, Mrs. Zuber and the
children. Leroy and Wilma. were kept In
the matron' department until Zuber could
find a home for them. A small amount of
money to pay for their Immediate needs,
waa quickly subscribed by the the men
at the Jail.
CITY MISSION HELPS THE POOR
Deee G Work Aaaemgr the Needy
Darlagr Cell Days.
During the severe weather, the City Mis
sion I doing good work among the des
titute and afflicted. Tuesday morning the
mission worker took charge of a family
that had no money or food and was mourn
ing the death of baby. The child was
burled during the afternoon and Mis Mi
gee saw to it that the necessities of life
were provided for the other In the family.
There 1 no case on record of a cough,
cold or la grippe developing Into pneu
monia after Foley' Honey and Tar ha
been taken, as It cures the most obstinate
deep seated coughs and colds. Why take
anything else. For sale by all druggist.
Mrs. Llnneman, the aged mother of An
ton Llnneman. died Tuesday morning at
the home of the latter. IM14 South Six
teenth street, of a liver ailment. All of
her children except one were at the bedside
before death. Three of the daughter are
Franclacan nun. The funeral will be held
Friday morning at the residence and inter
ment will be In St. Mary' cemetery.
Royal J. Assy.
Royal J. Amy, a tinner employed by the
Omaha Gas company, died of apoplexy
Sunday night at hi home, 3119 Leaven
worth street. The funeral will be held
Thursday under the auspices of the An
cient Order of United Workmen and burial
will be In Fairvlew cemetery. Council
Mrs. Jeaale V. Fay.
Mr. Jennie L. Fy died of typhoid fever
Monday at the Omaha, General hospital.
The funeral will be held Thursday at St.
Mary Magdalene' church and Intel ment is
to be In St. Mary cemetery. South Omaha.
J. E. Jeaes.
BEATRICE. Neb., Jan. S.-Special Tele
gram.) J. E. Jones of Winfleid. Ia.. died
auddenly here yesterday after being re
moved from southbound train. The body
will be sent to Winfleid tomorrow.
George W. Hewett.
George W. Hewett, M year old. son of
D. C. Hewett. MS North Ninth street, died
Sunday morning at the Omaha General hos
pital of pneumonia. The body wilt be takes
Pennylvanla for burial. 1
Gesrgs W. lesass,
George W. Landon. 6 year old, died (Tun
day evening at the Presbyterian hoaplta
after an operation for a serious complaint
The body waa taken to Ashland, the late
home, for burial.
Clalton Pettit. 11 year of age and aon of
8. Pettit of Kennard. Neb., died of blood
poisoning at tbe Presbyterian hospital
Tuesday morning. The body will be taken
home for burial.
Acgust Retmar. S years old. died at St.
Joseph' hospital Monday evening. Hi
home w at Loup City, Neb., to which
town the body will be taken for burial.
TUzra la Only Ono
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tha ranctnr of ihia offio a von can consult In confidence, and will be aeeurexi
resoect ss If we were your family physician. Eyee examined and gt
stored my hesrltig. I am now perfectly
well and recommend the doctor to all
who are deaf.
BOBBBT TOBTXB. Burnum,' Colo,
deaf since civil war: right ear totally
deaf and left ear badly affected; unable
to obtain relief from other apectallsta.
Cured y Dr. Brsnsmsn Co.
MLB. a. T. CTUWrOlD, 0 North
llth St., Omaha, Neb. writes: For a
number of yeara I had catarrh of the
nose, throat and stomach; had a dropping
of mucoua Into the throat, hawking and
spitting. My breath was very bad Had
severe headache and suffered from nerv
ouanees. I had sour stomach. Gee would
accummulate In the stomach, causing
bloating and belching I felt tired and
weak all the time and unable to work,
especially tired In the morning. I went
to the specialists of the Dr. Branaman
Co.. a physical wreck, and after taking
their new treatment for three months 1
am now perfectly cured and feel like a
new man. I can now work and enjoy good
health, and gladly recommend the spe
cialists of the Dr. Branaman Co. and their
new treatment to all.
XT TOT C ABBOT CAI.X., TILL OUT AJTD
Dr. Bran ansa Cev Sept. 9, 305 W. T. Idf Bid, Oxukt, e.t
Dear Doctors: I wish to take advantage of your generous offer at a
rextiaed and herew ith aend you my name and address for one montn a Tree
By accepting this offer it Is understood that I place myself under no
obligation to you whatever.
li. Y. Life Bidg.,
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Council Hit the Moit Quiet Meeting;
for Some Time.
POWEX QUESTION NOT TAKEN UP
la voices at tbe Parkiag Hoases Show
Stecke of Cat Meat Are slightly
Larger Tfcaa Last
The meeting of the city council was a
tame affair last night compared to the re
cent sessions. The leader of the democrat,
Matt Peterson, wa absent. It being under
stood that the ctty clerk refused to read
the power ordinance until the two weeks'
advertising required in the charter hsd ex
pired. Therefore the session settled into
a routine, marked by harmony. The mot
Important Item In this respect was the
awarding of contract fcr supplies for the
coming year. In this, the greater harmony
prevailed, contrary to tbe action In such
matter in the past.
W. D. Mann secured the contract for
hay. corn and oat for the fire teams:
J. B. Watkins for coal, cement, sand and
lumber: the Otlien printing company for
blank forma and such supplies as record
and book to the amount of MOD; C. W.
Hull received the contract for seww pipe:
Julius Rotholr was awarded the contract
for feeding the city prisoner at 1 cent
per meal; the Stott Stationery company
received the award for all supplies of sta
tionery: the contract for printing was let
to J. M. Tanner.
A. J. Beeson of the Nebraska Fire in
spector sent a communication finding
much fault with the South Omaha fire de
partment. He recommended that a gate
system In the main be installed a an
emergency agajnat breaks. He suggested
extra hydrant in the bjstnesa district. He
declared the city needed two steamers, a
hook and ladder company and s hose cart
company in addition to the present equip
ment. Further he desired a revision of the
building and plumbing ordinances, with
safer regulation a to wiring and heating
The claim of Christina Henry waa disal
lowed on the recommendation ef the city
The ownera of Hillcrest addition were
granted the prlvelege of rededicatlng the
street of that addition.
An ordinance was Introduced granting
to the National Oil company tha right to
erect tank and reservoir for U within
The previou ordinance relating to L
treet were dropped Is paasage for vital de
fects, and the proper ordinances were again
Introduced providing for the paving and
grading of West L street. Appraiser were
appointed to adjust the damages. If ajiy.
from thla Improvement. J. L. Duff, J. M.
Tobiaa and E. R. Leigh were appointed.
An ordlance wa introduced establishing
the grade of Fourteenth street from J to
Tbe building Inspector reported permits
to the value of K5.T0O had been Issued la
The sanitary inspector reported four
case of diphtheria and one of smallpox
In December, all mild.
are ef Esseatlss.
At the session of the Board of Education
Superintendent N. M. Graham reported
that the school had reopened In good
order since the holiday. Three teacher
failed to resume work on account of Ill
owtt a wlo im mt
nd glasses fitted
Pr. Branaman Co.
All dlssaaea of the
SB. aV. T. BABJTBTT. ll!l Main St..
Kansaa City. Mo., write; I am now
entirely cured of catarrh atter a ahort
course of your treatment. Tour new
treatment I certainly a catarrh- germ de
al royer. and recommend It to all.
JOTTB XXbTO, 7. St.. South Omaha,
ssvs: After a short course of your treat
ment rny hewring Is perfect. I recommend
your trestment to all who are deaf.
9. T. BAB.BXTT, Centralla, Kan, writes:
When I began taking your treatment I
waa a total wreck. M atomach pained
me. In fact. I was weak and nerr-oe all
the time Mv food would not digest, an I
I had night rweate. After taking a course
of vour treatment these gymptome gTart
ualiy subsided and I can ay that I tn
now perfectly strong and well.
CAJtOIVin WAXrejOW. Benson. Neb
writes: I suffered from catarrh and
asthma In Ha very worst form for more
than fourteen years. I am now cured.
Of floe Xtourw t a. aa. te p. -Ugs,
Monaays. Wadaeetar U
( ts l p. .i Buadays, 10 a. aa. te la xa.
jgAXt cotrrow below i
ness. Miss Martha Campbell returned to
Central school after an attack of pneu
monia. He reported that certain Greek bad en
tered Central school, some of them over
21 year of age. He suggested that these
Greek should pay tuition and thst the
board might refuse to receive them. This
action was taken, and no Greek over S
year of age will be received at the school.
The Greeks go to the Central school rather
than to West Side or Corrlgan 00 account
of great prejudice in those section.
A Coresn ha entered the South Omaha
The board made arrangements for the
manual training department at West Side
and also for a kindergarten. This Is the
firat kindergarten in. the South Omaha
schools. The equipment will be light, but
much better than none. The reason for
thi I that the children of the district be
gin st a younger age there then In any
school In the city. This is bees use tlis
parent sre laboring people and often both
mother and father work In tha pscklag
A new teacher Is to be Installed; and a
new fifth grade at Lowell school.
The superintendent reported that otily
six prospective teachers took the recent
city examination. Of this number only one
received s certificate.
Stocks of Meat Larstr
A computation from the yearly invoices
of the South Omaha packer completed
yesterday show that the stock of meal
and provision on hand 1 slightly larger
tin year than last year. Tha atock vary
considerably on the different Items, but
the general reault make the average prac
tically little in excess. A good Idea of this
variation is shown In the stocks ef "ex
tra ahort clear middles" this year. The
packer have only 65o.47 pound, while
last year the aame product was I.ttT.MI
pounds on hand. In "short rlfc middle"
also the product this year la S.91.M4 pound.
Last year the figure was I.IT5.IS6 pounds.
Of "dry salt bellies' the packers hsve on
hand S.M.&37 pounds, a compared to 141,
63 pound Hi 1907. On the other hand, the
packer have 7 9?.44 pound of "salted
pickled hams," and had December a. 1V.
only (.271.K3 pound. Of "skinned hams"
the present supply Is 4.142.738 pound, com
pared to l.sSl.om pounds a year sgo. The
total of all tha cut meats I 3 U.01
pound, a compared to 24.Ho.466 pounds
s year ago. The excess is therefore Kn.
Kl pounds at the close of business De
cember XI, 1M.
Bigger. Better. Busier That's what ad
rerttslng In The Be does for your busi
ness. rjEWLUu'GM noon
Good Things To Eat
Baked Chicken Pie, home
Red Raspberry Shortcake 10c
Prune Shortcake 10c
Lemon Meringue Pie 5c
Chocolate Eclair ,.5c
Apple Dumpling 10c
Layer or Cut Cake ...... ,5c
OPEN ALL NIGHT
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