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T1IE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 'JO. 1909.
DRIEF CITY NEWS
moot Print Tt.
Boaglaa STlntlng Co. Doth 'phono
mok Xonse tor Smokoa, II 8. lSth.
Barlow Advertising Agency, 2l0 Bea.
mudolsa r. Swoboda, esUo Aceoaataat.
Klaobart, photographer, llth Farnam.
Photog, removed to II Howard.
Olores Cleaaed, Tho. Kllpatrlca flora
Heritable Ufa roilcles. eight drafts at
maturity. H. d. Neely, manager. Omaha.
Xituubannaa'a Meeting Many lumber
man are already in the, city to Attend their
convention here for a three days' session
thla week, beginning with Wednesday. The
headquarter of the association during the
meeting will b at the Roma hotel.
Tunera! of Mr. raaal Heller The fu
l.eral of Mr. Fannie Hellur, wife of Leo
pold Heller, who died Monday, waa held
at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the
home, 201S Leavenworth atreet. The body
will be taken to Milwaukee for burial.
Bar. Herbert X.. Kill Heslgn Rev.
Herbert U Mill, pastor of Htllalde Con
gregational church, tendered hla resigna
tion to the church last Sunday. He will
become pastor of the Congregational
church at Trenton, Neb, and leave Omaha
for hla new field wltltfn about two weeks.
Hla resignation will be acted on by the
church Wedneday night.
Counterfeiter la Convicted Dr. Charles
Ferguson, a veterinary surgeon of Ra
venna, ws convicted In the United Btatea
district court at Orand Island Monday aft-
trnoon, of making and passing counterfeit
money. Ferguson waa arrested In March,
19(18, In connection with A. B. Beers, sim
ilarly charged with counterfeiting, and both
were Indicted In Omaha by the federal
grunt) Jury In May last.
Beeival at Iwodlsh Mission Revival
meetings, conducted by Rev. K. O. Kiln
of Minneapolis, will bo held every evening
this week at the Swedish Mission church,
Twenty-third and Davenport streets. Rev.
Mr. Kllng will be assisted by the local pas
tor. Rev. C. A. Turnqulst. A conference
jf the Nebraska Mission society will be
held Friday, Baturday and Sunday and at
tended by representative clergymen from
O. X. Talbort Mai Settlement O. D.
Talbert, who was brought from Kimball
county Sunday by Sheriff Bralley. has ef
fected a settlement with the Trl-Clty Poul
try association and, freed from custody,
returned Tuesday to his homestead claim.
Tftlbcrt owed the poultry company
which came Into hla hands last fall when
to was secretary of the association. He
was arrested on an Information filed In
rilm Company Ordered Ont The W. H.
Swanson Film company, the concern which
wan burned out In tho Karbach block and
-which then moved to the Barker block, has
received notice to leave that building and
will move February 8. The film company
lias arranged with a contractor to build a
sriparate building for the storage of films
and will have Its office In a different build
ing and will not keep any films In the
Charles Bhods at Best The funeral of
Charles Rhodes, tho young musician who
died at New Orleans last week, was held
at the undertaking parlor of Hulse & Hlc-
jien, 709 South Sixteenth street, at 11 o'clock
Tuesday morning. Many local muslclana
attended the services, which were under
the auspices of the Omaha Musicians
union. The body will be taken ' to Grand
lsbind by the widow for burial, as that city
is the residence of tho parents of both
When the body la moved from tho under
taking parlors to the train Wednesday
morning a band will escort It.
NO APPLES NOW FOR TEACHER
Board of Education Goei Agftinit
"Showers" of Posies and Frnitt.
A Religiose Antkor'a atatemeat.
' For 'several' feats I was afflicted with
Sidney trouble and last winter I was sud
denly stricken with a severe pain In my
kidneys and was confined to bed eight days
unable to get up without assistance. My
urine contained a thick white aedlment and
I passed same frequently day and night.
I commenced taking Foley's Kidney
Remedy, and the pain gradually abated and
CHANGE IN 'PHONE COMPANY
ILXPCnCllCC Negotiation! InTolTinf Independent
a taut atb xmaiiT vuuuuucu.
HEW COMMITTEES FOR TEAR
President Hardla Takes Chair and
Board Makes Sw Rale aad
Receive Secretary's He
port for Year.
Under new rules governing the publlo
schools of Omaha, adopted by the Board of
Education Monday night, teachers In the
future will not be allowed to receive
presents from their pupils nor will they be
4l,owed to give preeet ts to them, the new
rules specifically stating that "fruit
showers," will not be tolerated. The
custom of the children to present fruit and
nowera to their teachers has grown to
such an tent that the board decided It
was detrimental to the Interests of the
schools, not on the ground that the teacher
would be tempted to show favoritism, but
because many of the children are not
financially able to give presents.
Another new rule prevents the service
of a teacher sf flirted with consumption or
any other contagious disease or serious
nffllctlon of the throat, eye or ear. The
rule terminating the service of a teacher
upon marriage was retained.
Pupils In the high school and those In
the kindergarten are placed In the same
class (is regards the reading to them of
the rules governing fire drills, a new rule
providing that the fire drill directions shall
be read In the high school and the kinder
garten rooms monthly. Fire drllla shHll be
practised In the high school twice during
a term and In the elementary schools once
Under the new rules tho tuition charge
of out-of-town chllilren Is practically
doubled. Formerly nonresident children
were allowed to enroll In the primary
grades for 115 and In elementary gradea for
$20. This is raised to $;. The former
charge for tuition In tho high school was
$47, while under the new rules It will be
New Committees Earned.
President Harding, who occupied the
chair for the first time, appointed the new
committees for the year last night, the new
rules requiring but six committees as
against thirteen as formerly. The commit
tees and the members are as follows:
Bulldlnrs and Grounds Kennard. Mr-
Cague. Christie, Lindsay, Kuhns, Bostwlck
Teachers and Instruction Kennedy. May-
nard, Herring. Vance, Phllllppl, Richard
son and Williams.
Supplies Lindsay. Vance. Christie, Rich
ardson and Bostwlck.
Judiciary Herring, Kennard and Williams.
Textbooks Mayna.rd,-Phllllppl and Cole.
Finance McCague, Kuhns and Kennedy.
On the special visiting committees to the
several schools. President Harding made
the following appointments for the year:
P. P. Bostwlck High. Saunders. Colum
bian. W. IT. Christie Ixithrop. Lincoln.
R. V. Cole Kellom, Park.
C. K. Herring Leavenworth, Central
F. P K-Mnard-Tonr, Walnut Hill.
P. W. Kuhns Pacific, Franklin, Mason.
J. C. Lindsay Druid Hill. Cnss.
J. L. McCague Commenlus. Castellar.
J. W. Mavnard Saratoga, Monmouth
J. O. Phllllppl Windsor. Dupont, Vinton.
James Richardson Boils, Bancroft
J. H. Vance Clifton Hill, Train.
Q. M. Williams Forest, Omaha View.
Finances of the Board.
J. F. Burgess, secretary of the board,
presented his annua report of the finan
cial transactions of the board for the year
of 1903. This showed a balance In the gen
eral fund of $58,900.79 on January 1 of this
year. On this date (here was a balance In
the site and building fund of t239.171.03, and
a balance In the warrant and cash account
of $59,900.79. The detailed statement is as
GENERAL FUND RECEIPTS.
Interest on bonds $ 4.087.51
AasotieesieBl is Made that the age
Firing the Company Ample
Fane's te Carry Oat Devel
of many yaara with Hood's Saraa
Barilla I am vrv twimri tm naam
mend tho mod lot no to my frlondo. EASTERN SYNDICATE
" l think It la ono of tho vory ooat
tonica to build up tho ayatem.
"I hare had the grip tour tlmeg
and I have found Hood's SarsaparUI
Just what I needed to five me nat
ural strength after thli debilitating
"I hare also been a treat sufferer
from severe headaches and stomach I The change of control of the Independent
trouble, and for over four years had Telephone company has been officially an
an outright case of dyspepsia. By nounced as an accomplished fact,
taking; Hood's Barsaparllla my for- It has been known for some time tha'
mer distressing: condition has been such a deal was under way and it has been
changed to good health. I can eat understood that the company would pass
anything I like without distress. into the hands of the men who control the
Mrs. E. H. Jackson, Scltuate Centre, Automatic Electrio company, which man
Mass 1 ufnetured tho equipment used by the local
system, and to the Armour Interests
Probably no Other medicine ever Tresldent Harris of the Automatio Elec
produced has accomplished So much trie company has been In the city for some
In restoring health and strength, oays investigating me iocai concern, ana
UoorV. srnarllla effects Its won- the following announcement In regard to
derful cures, not simply because It con- the change of control has been made by
K ftTTtnVnJt 7eneal value, of Attorney A. E. Wilson of hi. legal depart-
mors than 20 different Ingredient... eaon ment
arrtat Iv af rn art hf nf(1 and eni'lCMVU u I "Th na n ll.f . .!,.
- " - - - - - - r- - - - - , t iiq ccsor-is lapiiniioie n tio iia rj iir . n
this peculiar combination. These ingred- i,.l. .,,,
lent, .re tho verv remedies that sue- for some time Investigating the conditions
cessful nhvslclane prescribe for the of the Independent Telephone company of
same diseases ana ailment. w ' Omihl finally took action Saturdav nleht
,ul .kMftit fnr H(HH1I K&rBRUa- I ........
rllla. If urged to buy any preparation On that day at the Rome hotel a meeting
said to be "just as good" you may be of the stockholders of the company was
andVleld tWaVerTlaVi'e'r'prSf n. - and Immediately following It a meet-
Ct Hooi i B.n..rr"i. tort.r In nnl llquM of the board of directors. These two
or tablet called 8artb. lw Dow fl. meetings resulted In the election of a new
board of directors, consisting of W. C.
Bullard of Omaha,
Our Letter Box
Contributlona en timely toplee Invited.
Write legibly on one side of the paper
enly, with name and addreee appended.
ITnused contributions will not be re
turned. Letter exceeding worde wtU
, be subject to being out down at the
discretion -it the editor. PublKatlon ot
views of correspondents does no com
mit The Be to their endorsement
Valae et Life Insarance.
OMAHA. Jan. 11-To the Editor ot Th
Bee: Again the people of Omaha are
asked to contribute to a fund which will
help provide for th family of a man who
was stricken down while performing his
duty. I am glad the city appreciates Its
officers and I hope the fund will continue
to grow. The fact that a fund Is being
raised proves to me the duty a man owes
to those dependent upon him, of suitably
providing for their future welfare by car
rying Insurance sufficient to guard against
being left dependent on others. In this day
and age a man can, for a small sum, pro
vide for a fund on which his wife could
live In comfort as well as educate the
I am not criticizing, neither have I In
surance to sell, but we learn by the ex
perience of others, and should profit there
by. To provide against sorrow and pov
erty there Is a privilege.
J. H. FRANKLIN,
Liquor licenses ,
finally ceased and my urine became nor- I NoB resident tuition
mal. X cheerfully recommend Foley's Kid
ney Remedy. For sale by all druggists.
ITCHED 1 2 YEARS
Suffered Terribly from Eczema
which Made Hands and Feet Swell,
Peel and Get Raw Arms Affected,
TooGave Up Hope of Cure.
USED CUTICURA AND
WAS QUICKLY CURED
MI suffered from eoaema on my hands
arms and feet for about twelve years.
. my hand and feet would swell, sweat
and Itch, then would become callous
and get very dry, then peel off and
get raw. t tried most every kind of
salve and ointment without success,
only got temporary relief. As soon as I
would leave off using them I would be
as bad as ever. I tried several doctors,
took areenio for two rear and at last
give up thinking there waa a cure for
eczema. A friend of mine insisted on
my trying the Cuticura Remedies but,
supposing they were the same a other
cure' 1 had tried. I did not give them
a trial until I got so bad that I had to
do something. I secured a cake of Cu
ticura Soap, a bo of Cutloura Oint
ment and a bottle of Cuticura Resolvent
and by the time they were used I oouW
see a vast improvement and my hand
and feet were healed up in no time. I
used several bottles of Cuticura Re
solvent. This was over a year ago and
have had no trouble since. I think I
am entirely cured. Charles T. Bauer.
R.F.D. 65, Tolant, Pa., Mar. 11, leoa.'1
Normal training apportionments...
Police court fines
Loaned books not returned
Ixss and damage to books, etc....
Bale of junk, etc
Bale of high school supplies
Bale of Vinton buildings
Transferred from building fund... 46.OO0.00
Total receipts ms.smil
Cash In treasury January 1, 1906... 421.12
GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES.
Advertising t 318.26
Architect's services 7,78 97
Cartage j 1,256.56
Census enumeration 783.08
Construction 1.545. a
Drawing, music, kindergarten sup.. 2.(86.38
Election expense I,2n0
Electrio power 3f9.08
Examining committee 150.00
Freight and express 61064
Furniture and fixtures 6.5K2.27
Insurance t. 071. 52
Interest and exchange 38.801.90
Light and fuel, gas 740 02
Maps, charts, etc 1.055.50
Officers and clerks 14,46.00
Piano rent and tuning 117.00
Special taxes 4.180.12
Stationery ana supplies ia.K72r
Teacher SS3 BJW.U0
Miscellaneous 4.397 13
Amounts transferred from
gen'l fund to special
funds, as follow:
Franklin building fiind...tr.Or)0.O0
Vinton building fund ... 2&.OU0 00
Bite and building fund.... 15.0oo.0O- 45,000.00
F. F. O raves of T.n
Hon. 7,6"0.15; Forrest site, 12,500; Franklin Ageles, Cal., and Frank E. Ebersole of
construction, 120,000; Lothrop construction. portian(1 Mo
$20,000; Vinton conatructlon, $36,328.08., .The directors elected as the new officers
A balance of $233,236.64 remained In the of th comuanv. Fv-k w. Ebersole. oresl-
bond redemption fund on January 1. 190"; dent. w. c Bullard. vice president and
and a balance of $15,818.14 lemalned In tne treasurer: Renlautln S. Bnker. the former
Insurance fund on that date. Accrued In- incun,brnt, retained his office ss secretary.
tere,st amounting to $376 on the Edward ,Tne purp(ge 0f this change of mannge-
Rosewater scholarship fund was expended mpnt m.B1 ,Q have tUe Bffa1rg of the cam.
during the year for scholarship, leaving on pliny put ,nt0 Bnape for quick action, the
January 1, 1909, a balance in the fund of actlon contemplated being the putting of
$10,000. I all the company's affairs Into the possession
( ... of the eastern syndicate, which Is to fur
FIRST CF NEW POLICE BOARD nlsh new funds for the enterprise, so. that
- up to the present time all work looking
Resolutions Commendatory to Deteo- . reorganisation has been mcrolv nre-
tlve Devereese and tbe Late llminarv
Offlcer Smith. "Th nnni .i... ,m hmhahi,, i, iiIim tn
" -J." ... ...V
shonf Wffalr. Affor the confiltlonff In
The first meeting of the Hoard of Fire 0mah. hftv. b..n -xniained to the svndl-
end Police Commissioners since the ap- Cftte an(, t)(, mteregt, of the various
pointment of Carl Brandeis and Charles membprg of the syndicate and the actual
Karbach to take the places of J. L. Ken- amount cf money needed has hern (leflnit.ly
nedy and Robert Cowcll. resigned, was determined, action will be taken at once,
held last night.
Following a brief executive session the una i.oous uooa.
board, with the exception cf Commissioner "IT. Joseph Harris, who has been here tor
Oilier, who is absent from the city, took the last two days and upon whose decision
their places. the contemplated refinancing of the com-
A large crowd was on hand, as there pany depended, is me presiaem. ot me au-
was a number of saloon licenses and sev- tomatlc Electric company ot Lincago. lie
eral druggists' permits to be passed upon Is also a director In the Illinois lunnci
M:yor Dahlman Introduced the two new company, tne niinoia ourmjr company aim.
members to the assemblage. many other large corporate interests in
The board was organised by the election the east. Mr. uorns announces nimseii
of Commissioner Page as chairman to as overwhelmed with the possibilities In
preside in the absence of the mayor, and the way of telephor.s development In the
Commissioner Karbach us secretary. city of Omaha, owing to its location. Its
A letter was read from Chief of Police railroad connections, its nearness to large
Donahue, officially Informing the board of cities and tho populous and rapidly de-
the death of Pcllceman Smith and the veloplng country, of which It is the center,
wounding of Detective Devereese. where- "It Is the intention of the eastern par-
upon the board unanimously adopted, the ties to bring the number of subscriber
following resolutions: stations in umani up tu p.w .........
Whereas, Patrolman Lafayette A. Bmlth, year, and up to W.OOO within two years
member of the metropolitan police force The city of South Omaha Is to be built and
cf Omaha for the last six years, met his deveioped mimedlately, as well as the sub
death. In tho recent discharge of publlo eveiopea iniin
duty, and uroan towns oi tt;iiuii, .,.....
Whereas, unicer ismim nus Buiamru aee. ijong aistancw t'umin.'i.a ... uc
spotless record in the public service during d t anil lt Jg confidently be-
&.Mo "eved that within two.vearsjt will be
and efficient officur. and possible for the Omaha subscribers to talk
Whereas, He met nis ocatn in me cour- ovep independent long distance lines resell-
Resolved, 1 liat tne uooru tii r ire anu . norm anu wuui u. u
Police Commissioners of this city express Asked if there was ' any doubt as
their high appreciation of the .chft" M tn .ufflc.ent funds being , available for
hi services wniie in inw in.i.-w uriwn..ra. i
of this I'ltv. and of the htTole manner cf these extensive developments, Mr. Harris
his death, and be It further, . . said most emphatically: "No. The funds
K"0' not only arranged for. but are actually
thereof be sent to the bereaved family. available at once, and the only delay from
Whereus, Detective W. T. Deverews of now untn the time that construction work
"'i??SlVB;" r.""u.uldl K begin, will be that consumed In the neces
of his duty ai police officer, has been shot sary adjustment of the various Interests
und seriously wounded, and . of the members of the syndicate."
.".UnrfourtTear. " i- lo the purpose of the syndicate to
1 1 IMC WW ... - ; , . , I . . . ... , mAA t.l.lu
itk th. utmost credit aaa wnn aistinction see tnti mo
and haa deserved the pn motion that he a nome enterprise. The board of directors
has earned; therefore, be i 1 1 wm , the near future be largely Increased
pSrccSmmTsMonerohcHy ofOmaha and representative business men of Omaha
expresses Its appreciation oi mo cim-imn-r will DO inviieo to uecums uhkiuh.
and courage of this officer in the mnner , ,
m.nhr.nhrcVrba."V HAS DER BINDIN'
charaed his duties, and expresses the hope
of his speedy recovery, and that tneee . iw r-
resolutions be spreaa upon mo .".u.u. - -
the board and a copy oe sen m mo uki. separate reoiie tie Ties
The board also ordered, on the recom-1 Together,
mendatlon of Chief Donahue, that the salary
nf Patrolman Bmlth for the full month of A happy wedding ceremony was per
January be paid to his family and that formed Monday by Justice of the Peace
Detective Devereese be paid his regular William Alstadt. In his ornce in tne rax
..irv during the time he I disabled a the ton block. Edward C. Griffin of Chi
result of hi wound. cago and Miss Nola Mlllslagle of Omaha
Saloon licenses were granted to William were th groom ana Dnae, ana aner tne
. tin Tn.n street: William A. I ceremony "Der Schudge" said to the
BMth.rii.nd. 103 North Ninth street; C. E. couple:
Hkinner. 1313 Douglas street; M. E. Howard, "Vat Flsmark prlngs togeddtr no man
si th. mal; William Miller. 402 South can sebarate
TKi..u.th .tr.t. and Henry Roth, 302 Thla so overjoyed tt bride that she
Mrth sixteenth street. n tne anger oi ner ..uou, ...u
, ... a. 1 1- .aM ..kl.h
t.. h..rin. of nrotests aaalnst granting tne jusuce on nis ibi cur,., .vr
... ..... tc, u... tha newlv.weda took the elevator to
a license -o timer ntmcr i u. - -- - - ... ,
street was postponed until Wednesday night "Omaha" and lost themselves in the crowd
- . V . .. .i. m.tin at Sixteenth and Farnam streets. The
or mis weeK, wire.. "I. .. . ... -
will be held. Dr,aa " "m 81 w
- a arte 4AM Pkarlaa Vftl. I "
hch And Guy LlKaTett In favor of the Fire- ROYALTIES FROM LIGHTS
men Relief association In recognition of
tfc ..,!,.. nf the deDartment In recent Orer Fortr-Oai Thoasand Dollar
fir. m th Karbach block and Liggett Terned la y Gsi and Elec.
M.ninr establishment, were received by trie tniii
ih. Knard and the doners were thanked
In behalf of the fire department. Royalties from the Omaha Gas and the
ami., under a decision of the state su- Omaha Electrio uim ana rower com
NEWS OF THE ARMY.
Officers of the Department of the Mis
souri eligible for detail in the ordnance
department under the provisions ot general
orders No. 175, War department, of No
vember 6, 1908, and who aro disposed to
apply for the examination, are required to
submit their applications through th
proper military channels In time to reach
headquarters of the department In Omaha
not later than February 10. The examina
tions will be held at the Rock Island ar
J. If. Galloway, Vnlted States special
pension examiner, formerly stationed at
Haatlngs, has been transferred to Omaha
to assist Examiner Morrow In the work of
this section pertaining to the examination
of pension claims.
Colonel W. B. Davis, chief surgeon, De
partment of the Missouri, 1s under orders
to proceed to the Philippines. He will
leave Omaha for San Francisco Sunday,
January 31, sailing for Manila the following
Friday. Mrs. Dttvls will accompany him
Captain James W. Van Uusen, post surgeon
at Fort Crock, will act temporarily as
chief surgeon of the department after ColO'
nel Davis' departure. The permanent sue'
cessor to Colonel Davis has not been an
These enlisted men have been honorably
discharged from the regular army by di
rection cf the War department: Corporal
William J. Bakerville, Company L. Six
teenth Infantry; Corporal Vital O. Boyer,
Company H, Sixteenth infantry; Private
William M. Cochran, Battery K. Sixth
field artillery; Private F. K. Bowman,
Troop I, Thirteenth cavalry.
A general court-martial has been or
dured to convene aUFort Mackensle Tues
day, January 19, for the trial cf such cases
as may properly come before It. The de
tail for the court is: Captain James Jus
tice, First Lieutenants Harry A. Heger
man, W. O. Murlchson, N. V. Ellis; Second
Lieutenants J. B. Kalle, H. 11. Blssell, L.
E. Hohl, W. K. Wheeler, James H. Lau
bach, and First IJeutenant F. O. Kellond,
Judge advocate, all of the Nineteenth infantry.
We w-afttoshowvouin this short, but honest and reasonable talk,
how and why S S. S. cures Old Sores. We do not claim that S. S. S.
works wonders, but we do know it will cure sores and ulcers, tnd its
record of forty years past abundantly justifies this confidence.
Any old sore shows an unhealthy and impure condition of the
blood. It is a diseased condition of the flesh at that particular spot,
caused and kept Inflamed and irritated by a continual discharge into
it of unhealthy matter from ihe circulation. In various ways the blood
becomes contaminated and
polluted. A long spell of fev
er, or other sicicnesj'. breeds
disease germs in the system.
the failure of nature's elimi
native members to remove ihe
waste and refuse matters of
the body, the excessive use of
minerals In certain diseases,
infected wounds, bites and
stings of insects, etc., all con
taminate the blood with mor
bid matter and germs which
sooner or later manifest their
presence by a sore or ulcer
which refuses to heal under
the ordinary treatment of lo
External treatment can nev
er cure a chronic sore or ulcer,
because it does not reach the
blood. The place will remain
open as long as it is used as a
drainage for the impurity
which is in the blood, and in
addition to the worry and
anxiety caused by an old sore,
there is always danger of its
becoming cancerous, if a cure
is not effected. Purify the
blood, and nourish the flesh
with a rich, healthy circulation, and then the place will heal of its
S. S. S. cures old sores by removing the causes which produce
them. It goes down into the circulation, drives out all impurities and
poisons, and by nourishing the flesh with rich, pure blood causes the
place to heal naturally and permanently. S. S. S. does not make a sur
face cure, but, being the greatest of all blood purifiers, it begins at the
bottom and by rebuilding broken down tissue, and supplying healthful,
healing qualities to the circulation, causes the place to fill in with firm,
healthy flesh, while it steadily but surely removes the cause and effects
a permanent cure. The sore cannot remain when the blood is pure,
arid S. S. S. will thoroughly purify the blood. Book on Sores and
Ulcers and any medical advice free to all who write.
S. S. S. is for sale at u drug stores,
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA.
bad sobs from a old wonro.
I want te retoeimead S. . 8. te any wke are fa
ol a bloo tattler, aa especially a roaF
lot sores n4 obstinate aicer. la 1ST7 1 sa my bf
badly cut as the sharp edf ef a barrel as4 fcavlaf
ea a ble weslea stockist, ts le was badly
oiMaed trem tb r. A great tort tome aal
let ysaie sse kaow wast 1 tsra wltk tkt
sues. I trie, tt esene to aw, mrrthtas lbs
er seatd ot bat t got robot sn4 1 Uosiht IwonU
hsve to re throat's. HI with aa aogty, a ischarri!
oreoa sty log. At last I betas tho ao ot . . 8.,
ana It was but a short Ubm aatll I saw that th
plao was Improvise. I costiasoA It until It to
moved all tho potooa from my blood sat mod a
comslefo aad permasont euro of th sere.
Jio Havy St., Brooklyn, H. T. J NO. BLUB.
A CANCEROUS CLCKH.
I na a larr ante or alcer ea my face aad sthinf
I tried would benefit no. It Mfaa with ohietlna
pains aad oooa tho itching was terrible. At list it
diooaaiged a watery fluid which oooa otiaajred to
oao ot thicker compoutioa aad tbe pala beeac
verv torero. It waa nearly a larto ao a dollar and
terribly inflamed In all th surnmndiai parts. It
had ben thorn so lon( and (rowuif wnrM ell th
time, I became very much diteoura(d aad alarmrd.
At lt I brtaa tho ut ot 8. 8. 8. At flint th
ulcer seemed to got worse, but I soon found that tbo
potooa waa boinc removed from th blood and I roa
tinned to taksB. 8. 8. It wi not Hwg before I
noted a decided Improrement and I kept up tao
of tho medicine until I wa entirely cured of this
raocerou ulcer. This hi, born some tim ago and
there is no eia of a tetuin nf tbe trouble.
Gary, Fl. MRS. W. A. WRIGHT.
POISOHBD PROM INSECT BITS.
Wilmlnftoa, J. C.
Prom tho trite of aa Insect I wat paauaed and bad
a droadlul sor on my ankle and took difleioat
treatments with no beneOt. I wa Induced tetty
S. 8. 8., and after a tow bottles it cleared my
yttsm and clranked my blood and eurtd the soro.
My mother took It ti.r iheamatiom, with nurcott.
I cheerfully recommend 8. 8. 3. wboi a blood
purifier ! needed.
109 South Firtt St. CBAS. 8. PRIDGElt.
Total Ei!. and transfer n41.31t.lB
Warrant outstanding Jan. 1, 1ST.. lK.llg.22
Total general fund liability 98. 447.51
GENERAL FUND RECAPITULATION.
Tash In treasury, January 1, 1908. . 421 12
Of Torturlnf, Disfiguring
, Humors by Cuticura.
The gufferlnf which Cuticura Soap
and Cutlcum Ointment alleviated
among xin-Knurea, uie
flgurecl inante and chil
dren, and thw comfort
(hey kave afforded worn
out tuud worried parent
bar led to their adop
tion in counties home
aa a price!" treatment
for the akin and blood.
Ecsema. rashes, and
mn form of itching.
aoalr humor are speedily cured, in the
majority U oaaea, when all el) fan.
rtomoioM stomal and lain aal irenamonl tor
r I7iX.Jrr ; - h. r
Sueur oiiti tooc.) o ' Bkf "d f""
&dPy&; XtlZ ee a
Received during ltue.
Jan. 1. 1B08 1 38.11 3Z
Warrant laaued. 190... biaS.t2t.lt
Transferred r m gen I
fund wltnoui warrant 4o.0no.0n
Balance, Jaa. 1. 140 69.BU0.70
Total r.48 n729 jo
WARRANT AND CASH ACCOUNT.
Caah In treaaury Jan. 1. lift Ti.M.tl
Gen 1 fund wa.rrant ouiaianding
January 1, luu 14.0B0.SS
MOLDED MACARONI CHICKEN
Delicious and Bloat Appetising Dish
Easily Made for Special
Cook two young chickens until tender,
pick from the bones and let cool. Have
cooked some macaroni, without breaking,
and when cold line a buttered quart mould,
colling the macaroni around the bottom
and sides of the mould until covered, then
fill with the chicken, prepared as follows:
Chop the chicken, but not as fine as for
creamed chicken; add one tablespoonful of
chopped green peppers, one of parsley, a
little browned onion Juice, one raw egg
well beaten and a half cupful ot cream
thickened with flour or cornstarch and salt
and pepper to taste. Make a brown gravy
of the liquor the chicken Is cooked in mid
cupful of tomato, using either fresh or
canned, after straining. Turn the chopped
chicken into the mould lined with maca
roni, cover and steam for a half hour, theft
turn out on a round chop plate and pour
the gravy around. It will look like a per
fect bee hive, and Is most appetising.
r,r.m. eourt to the effect that liquor licenses panle have been paid into the city treas.
n.v nni hm a, anted to corporations, the an- ury 01 umana. mm ui w
plication of number of drug firm. 41.oa.17. Th gas company paid 38.671.37
both wholesale and retail, were laid over ana me eiecino . ew.
,.ntii n..t Mondav nhrht. at which time th In Its certificate to the city officials
applicants were Invited to e present, either me gas company "
in person or by attorney, to how cause year 11 om toiai 01 '., ""'
h. th.v should receive permits. 6Jl.4J7.41s feet being old to private con-
A numbor of men were on hand to be umers. un me pnri. u 11. pa?B .
mlned for positions on the fire depart- royalty of cent per tnousana reel.
ment.' but on account of other business The electric light company' total sale cf
i,- v,n.r.t .nnnunrxt that tho examlnattona arc. Incandescent and power current
win h. held Wednesday night. amounted to o.se.T7. Tne city used J71.
tS2.66. On the balance or wi,j.(j it pays Wright of Oklahoma City and J. W. Link-
FELLMAN DIES FROM FALL royalty of cent hart of Coleridge are at the Paxton.
The Baboale Plasrae
destroys fewer lives than stomach, liver
and kidney diseases, for which Electric
Bitters Is the guaranteed remedy. 50c. F01
sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Miss Hattie Ooff. Infantwear huvr ot
the Lillltmtlan, I visiting the eaatern mar-
Q. Feldman of Manning. Peter Jnhnann
of Arlington and F. T. Walker of Columbus
are at me ocnuii.
Miss Aiipar I, Oass of Bluefleldg. 8. C.
Dobbs of Atlanta. N. B. Maxev of Mimkn.
gee and H. T. Jones of Seward are at the
John McRae of Denver. C. E. Kellow nf
Verdel. W. E. Miller of Farnam. A. A
I,uther and O. F. Berg of Cosad are at the
F. W. Stager of Grand Island, Bert In
man of Kansas City. D. A. IJebon of In
ver and F. Hull of Waterloo ar at the
H. E. tJrady of Denver, Mr. M. Knight
of West Point, J. W. Brltt of Nebraska
City, M. I.. Mead of Bassett and A. A.
Stewart of Oakland are at th Merchant.
A. E. Brayson of Fullerton. C. O. Steers
of Scott' Bluff. J. C. Jackson of IJncoIn,
S. K. Gushardt of Juniata and W. S.
Harding of Nebraska City are at the
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lauret of Fairfax. F.
A. Root of Lusk, E. J. Hiasnett of Cosad,
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ijayton of Denver, J.
McKlllip of Albion and K. H Capernell of
Lagrande, Ore., are at the Millard.
A. Marcheal of Denver, R. C. Ollland of
Moreicl. Aria.; Mr. and Mr. Ernest Bil
ling of Lisbon, N. D. ; Mr. and Mra. George
Black of Blair, Mra. W. H. Sutherland of
Spokane, Frank Harris of Bismarck, F. C.
Juicy MSunkist Lemons
fruit than the present crop. And the choicest yield of 9.000 famous orchard
nave been labeled "ttonkist." Kicn, goiaen gioDes ot sweetness.
When you buy oranges and lemons insist upon tbe best. Tbe "Sunkist"
brands cost do more than the common varieties.
Always look for tbe name "Sunkist" on tbe box. It stands (or the finest
quality in oranges and lemon. It it there for your protection. It insure
carefully selected fruit.
The California Fruit Growers' Exchange devote their energy, ambition and
money to tbe cultivation of this brand. They are tbe richest in flavor, the
firmest and the Juiciest. Truly sun-kissed.
Tree-Ripened and Hand-Picked
Eat "Snnkist" oranges for health. To see them is to want them. To taste
them i to want more. Keep them on your table at all times.
Use "Sunkist" lemons for flavoring and for lemonade.
Start the New Year right
"Have Root print itw
A. L Root. Incorporated, 1210-1212 Howard Street
vsinov vnn Weak am'
IUUU IUK wiio find their puwer to
wo7k and VouihTJl ,7 J-Jhrop sit.
tlPDVrc work and vouiniui vigor ' -"-
NERVES Jon. a result of over- Omaha View aite
eorh or mental exertion should take Balance Jan, X. 19ut J39.r
Balance. January 1, 1109 1 6t,tU0.79
81TB AND BlILX)INa FUND.
By balance. January 1, 19uS 1 T.SM.T
Transfer from general fund lS.Ow.U)
Transfer rroni r urn jm uiam. luna J 3. u
Bale of SttO.uw bonds t.140.M
lievnsier te ivnin
building fund 10.000.00
Transfer to Foreat build
ing fund .... S.oooet
Transfer to Franklin
building fund 15,000.00
Transfer to Lothrop
building fund 90.ono.co
Transfer to Oen, fund., 4-'.n.Uii
Construction, Farnam... J.H24 7o
Construction. Franklin.. I.:i2i
Construction, Ixithrop.... ?1.'i2 75
Conatructlon, Vinton 4.77tt5
Conatruc'n, Omaha View 10.390.tl)
.. 7,5 11.00
Maa Foaad Behind III Home I Dead.
bat Exact Caese la Not
Louis Fellman, the laborer who was
found unconscious at tbe foot of the step
behind hi home. 111 North Twelfth street.
eeition will be ended forever.
Does it ever occur to you how busy that
I Monday evening, died from the effect ot little atomach of your let It actually
hi htjurle at St. Joseph's hospital early only holds three pint, tnougn in on year
NO STOMACH DISTRESS AND INDIGESTION
All your Stomach distress and Indi
tiKAT'S NEHVE FOOD PIIX& Tbev IU
rnak you eat and sleep and be a
ai miaw a kiu aa so mt
inaiua a itoCoJTBEi-x. omum eta
4e. 1 aa ttoAf Streeea
tiem. ltta aA HLm0
Ralldlaa; Faads fsr Year.
In the several building and site fund th
statement showed the following expendi
ture during th year; Farnam const ruc-
Tuesday morning. It 1 thought he frac
tured his skull by falling down the atalrs
after slipping while sweeping th steps.
Coroner He fey too'.; t'oasesston of the
body, but drclded not to hold an Inquest,
as It was evident that death was due to
a fracture of the skull. The body will be
buried according to the Jewish custom,
Fellman having been a believer in the He
Fellman was married and his wife sur
vive hlra. They had no children. lie
worked at the Union Pacific shop.
you fore It to toko In 2, 500 pound of
material, dlgeat It and prepare It for as
similation to th blood. Do you wonder
at th) number of cases of Indigestion aad
Stomach trouble? You crowd It with
steak and pastry. Irritate Its Juices with
spice and acids and expect thla little
four-ounce mill to do Its work.
Is there any wonder that your food
passe undigested, or lays like a lump
of lead in the stomach? That everything
and other more dangerous symptom?
Call your dlseaa what you will Indi
gestion, Gastritis, Nervousness, Dypp
ala. Catarrh of Stomach, etc. you know
the real nam, the real dlseaa I fer
mentation of the food you eat a our
Stomach, which belches gaa and erupt
undigested food or cause a feeling of
nausea and miaerableness.
All these miseries vanish promptly a her.
you stop this food fermentation. Take
fifty cents to your Pharmacist for a case
of Pape'a Dtapepaln. Eat a trlangule, and
five minute later your Stomach will do
what a health Stomach should that la,
turn every bite you eat into bodily nour
ishment and without you realizing that you
Health Counts in a Lite of Success
you eat turns to acid. Stomach gas and have a Stomach. One trlangule will dl
t .1 , ,
r ' ? . ' t -
T ' "
, 4f tt
1 .: ; A
Quick Action for Tour Money Tou get
that by using Tb Bee advertising colum,ne,
St mach poison, putrefying the Intestines !
and digeatlve canals, causing l:ilouns.
Headacliea, Dlxsinesa and Indigestion
Heartburn, Nauaeou Breath, constipation
gest all th food you eat without the aid
of the stomach, because it contain just
th elements found In a good, strong,
Mental activity, strength and vitality are essential to
prosperity and happiness In life. Your vitality may be
lowered, mental faculties weakened and health Impairad by
overwork, worry, Indiscretions and a doten other cause
No dlsesse or ailment cines without a cause. What Is t: e
cause of your 7
If you suffer from lingering, wsstlng,
chronio disease or allnianta, you want a
permanent cure. You need all that sci
ence can do for you. You owe It to your
self and posterity to be strong and healthy
In body and mind. The specialist who
treat dlseajr.es and ailments peculiar to
men exclusively Is better qualified to
treat you successfully than the doctor
who scatter hi faculties over the whole
field of medicine and surgery. Our ex
tended experience, reinforced by an Im
mense practice, haa enabled us to gain
complete maatery over the dlaeaaes that
constitute our specialty, and to Hucceaa
fully cure at the loweat possible cr-st
hundreds and hundreda of cases which
have baffled the akill of others.
We make sick men well healthy In
every way strung enough to succeed In
the battle of life; men who command re
spect, admiration and love; men who form
aucceea. It behoves every ailing or dis
eaaod man to avail himself of the service
of the honest, reliable, skillful and exper
ienced sueclaltsts of the State Medical
Institute. Call and consult these eminent
specialists, who can quickly and thoroughly undsratand your trouble nd
restore you to what Nature Intended a hale, hearty and vigorous man, with
mental and physical powers complete, equipped In every way to enter cour
ageously and fight uccMfully the strenuous battle of life. You will be
amply rewarded for the small expenditure of time and money.
We treat mm only, and eare promptly, safoly and thoroughly by th
lateet aad beet method, BaOMCaMTia, OlTUls, VBBVOUa XaitITY,
BLOOD OIOBT. SAM BiaBABXa, XIDBTBT ABO BUDSia DlaBABBB,
and all Special Disease and thai eosapUoaUoaJS, la the shortest poeetfele Use
aad M th lowest eeert foi skillful aerrto and aooful treatment.
Conaultation Office Hour: 8:00 a m. to 8:00 p. tn.
Sunday. 10 to 1 only. It yu cannot
and Examination, call, writ.
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
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