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TIIKOMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, FKBRUARY 17.
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is still attracting throngs of eager customer, who are taking
advantage of the great values this sale offers.
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(Lace Curtains, Draperies,
I AT DISCOUNTS RANGING FROM 10 TO 50 PER CENT.
? : Every article is ticketed
I ine clearance price. Ihere are many instances where several
hundred dollars have been saved to customers who have
furnished their entire home.
1 There are still thousands
i saw, &UIOD8 aosea out at pnees heretofore unheard of.
kjvuic ojwvuu mues m prmiea ana inlaid Liinoleum.
The kind that the color eroes thrnnch to tha Wir anA
does not wear off.
90c Inlaid Linoleum, per square yard .69c
$1.50 Inlaid Linoleum, per square yard 08c
$1.75 Inlaid Linoleum, per square yard $1.35
$1.35 Inlaid Linoleum, per square yard 89c
$1.65 Inlaid Linoleum, per square yard $1.15
70c Printed Linoleum, per square yard 35c
70o Printed Linoleum, per square yard 39c
..75c Printed Linoleum, per square yard 40c
85c Printed Linoleum, 12 ft. wide, per sq. yd,. 59c
liller, Stewart & Beaton
BIUEF CITY NET7S
Stave Bee Print XV
Utw TtMl Edhdlm, Jeweler.
Smoks Xmn tot Cxeokee, m S. 11th.
aadelp T. Iwokaea, rMlo Aoooanteai.
Bleaker, pkotoa-rapasr, isth rernam.
Vila Xffla In "The Benson Tlraee."
Beaitaale X4te Pohs. stent drafts at
maturity. H. D. Neely. manager, Omaha.
ere Are Several Ways of sin- The
Nebraska Savings and Loan Association
way. and others. Our. way pays eix par
cent. Board of Trada building:.
eeem Boom tot SlToroa 8. p. Eaeger
haa filed In district court an application
for a dlvorra front Uulda M. Saeger, alleg
ee Taw Meney aad Yalneelee In a eats
deposit box In the- American Bate Iopoait
VauJU In tha Baa building. II ranU a
box. r. C Hamer. president
atttaen, 201 First National bank
building. Is making real estate loans with
out delay and on terms very favorable
to borrowers. .
Tba Ladles Aid Society of the Good
shopard church will give a 10-cent ken
sir.gton tea at the home of Mr. Thomas
Brown. 182i Wirt street. Wednesday after
coon. Ail friends Invited.
Benefit KXateal at A. M. a. ohnren A
benefit musical Will be given Tuesday even
ing at tha 8t. John's African Methodist
Episcopal church. In which some of the best
local talent will participate. The affair will
be given under the direction of Mrs. Hutten
snd Mrs. Jewell, graduates of the Omaha
High school. Both won distinction for their
singing during the recent Interstate con
vention. 4too4 Samaritan Act Bebnffed The good
Samaritan act was not appreciated Monday
night by Thomas Conley, who fell on the
sidewalk near Fourteenth and Douglas
streets and was helped by Patrolman Shep
Bard. When Conley got to his feet again
he struck tha officer, who thereupon called
the police patrol and had him locked up for
being drunk. Ten days In Jail was his sen
tence when tried In police court Tuesday.
Wife Makes Soma Biff Chare a Abusing
his wife and ohsslng her out of the houae
in her bare feet by threatening her with a
revolver are the charges preferred against
Oeorge H. Btapenhorst by his wife. He was
arrested Mondsy night and lsbelng held at
tha police station. It Is thought that a
examination by the maanlty board mays
prove that he is mentally unbalanced. The
couple' live at Twenty-fourth and Cuming
Cackles- Divorce Case am Trial The suit
of Mrs. Daisy Cackley for divorce from
Kdward Cackley la on the call In Judge
Troup's court and must either be tried or
dismissed within a short time. The suit Is
new seven or eight months old and there
have been one or two preliminary hearings
Involving temporary alimony and suit costs.
Edward Cackley, who Is the defendant In
the original suit. Is a member of the well
known wholesale liquor house of Cackley
Seeps Ittaotaerly Bease On the charge
ot keeping a disorderly houae Chris Pedrr
son. a saloon keeper at Twenty-fourth and
Spregue streets, wss convicted and fined
13 and costs by Judgs Crawford In pollcs
There is Exposure
To germ dise&ies, ths grip,
typhoid fercr, diphtheria,
consumption. it U especially
important that the blood
shoulcl be pure and rich. -
According a tha blood U par and
rich or impure and impoverished, the
power of resistance to fern diseases
Is great or small.
Hood's Sarsaparillt makes the blood
pore and rich normal in red and white
eorpasctes and all other constituents.
It restores the appetite, relieves that
Cired feeling, and builds up the system.
' Hood's 8a ra par Ilia effects Its won
derfrnl cures, not simply because It
contains sarsaparlUa but because It
combines the utmost remedial values
of more than It different Ingredients,
each greatly strengthened and en
riched by this peculiar combination.
These Ingredients are the very reme
,dies that successful physicians pre
scribe for the same diseases and all.
menu., .There Is no real substitute for
Hood's SarsaparlUa. If urged to bur
any preparation said te be "Just as
(004" you may be euro It Is Inferior,
.ooeta less to make, and yleida the
' daeler a larger profit. .
as Head e SarsaparlUa today. Is aal
hiH er tablets sailed ieraafoW. $L
with a RED TICKET showing
of dollars of staple goods on
court Tuesday. The place was raided by
detectives McDonald and Walker Saturday
night and ten men arrested. The others
were discharged after a hearing; A game
of craps wss found In full swing, according
to the testimony of the officers. E. 8.
Rush, one of the men arrested, claimed that
he had lost H4 In the game.
Beavy Damage aits Two new
damage aults. each for 13,0(0, have been
filed In the district court. One Is that of
Mrs. Ella Gard agslnst Dr. Psul fails al
leging malpractice. The other is brought
by Eugene Y. Ingmsn, a linotype operator,
against the Dally -Jiews Publishing com
pany. Ingman alleges that he received a
severe electric shock while standing on a
sino platform by his machine at the time
he threw on the electric current which runs
the mechanism. Failure to warn him ct
the danger la the principal charge.
Dinner at Omaha Club The annual
Washington's birthday dinner of the Omaha
club will be given Monday evening, Feb
ruary 2i. at :S0. Seats will be reserved for
only those who signify their Intention of
being present. Acceptancea must be re
ceived at the office of the club not later
than Sunday evening, February . The
guests of honor will be Joseph M. Carey
and William Hayward. both of whom min
deliver short sddressea during the evening.
utner attractive features will comprise a
program appropriate to the day and occa
Solaaaoa Gives Tp Two Clerks Two
faces were missing In the office of County
Comptroller Solomon Tuesday morning.
Jamea Ruan and Elmer Starr are now out
of the office by virtue of the recent action
of the Board of County Commissioners,
who cut down the ataff by two. The three
remaining accountants sre now working
at 110 less per month, having been cut
from $110 to Hon.
Salvation Army Meeting Captains
Sands and Nelson tf the Swedish Corps
with their soldiers will have charge
of the meetings in Salvation Army hall,
mi Davenport street, Wednesday evening.
A special effort Is being made to assemble
ths whole field at this meeting. On Feb
ruary B the Sliver band and Salvation
Army soldiers willl give a musical at
Salvation Army headquarter The enter
tainment will be particularly appropriate
to wasntiigton s birthday.
C. R. Kluger, ths Jeweler, 1080 Virginia
Ave., Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "I was so
weak from kidney trouble that I could
hardly walk a hundred feet. Four bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy cleared my com
plexion, cured my backache and the Irreg
ularities disappeared and I can now attend
te business every day, snd rscommend
Foley's Kidney Remedy to all sufferers,
as It cured me after the doctors and other
remedies had tailed." For sale by all drug
gists. MOVE TO PROTECT STREETS
Ceaaaaeretal Claa Stands Against Leg
islative Meaaares Iajarlaaa
After listening to City Engineer Andrew
Rosewater on ths amendments to the city
charter now before the legislature at Lin
coln, the Commercial club, through its ex
scutive committee. , decided to protest
against the pass- of some of the meas
ures which they believe will ceuas the pave
ment of Omaha atreeta to deteriorate and
the streets to be in a dirty condition under
Mr. Rosewster went inlo details snd ths
executive committee scted promptly. It be
ing the sentiment of those present that
everything should be done ts maintain the
The committee also sent protest to Ne
braska lpreeentatlvea in congress, urging
them to fight ths so-cslled experimental
paresis pout measureV'waiclv'thcy believe
will result In a permanent parcels post
measure to the detriment of the country.
The entertainment commit lee was em
powered lo plan some kind of noon day
luncheons for members of the club, which
ill be sddresaed by men of 'national repu
tation and authorities on various subjects
that enter into commercial life.
Letters are being sent out by he club
urging all Omahans alio find it convenient
to attend the coning dry farming congrt
In CheyeNiae. Wyo.
MRS. BANNER NEXT ON TRIAL
Waa Wkt Aveasred Dasarhter's
tlala by . Brstker.ls-l.sw
as rare Jarj,
Mrs. .Etta Banner of South' Omaha will
be the defendant In the nnt flal for
murder before the dtstrtot court of Douglas
county. Mrs. Banner ts the woman ac
cused of killing hsr brother-in-law for
boasting thst he had ruined her daughter.
After Mrs. Banaer, Gerald Sohafleid will
be tried for the murder of a saloon keeper
named Petnrson. A eonpeatoa of Sc ho field
has already gone te the penitentiary for
life oa a charge Involving the dteih of the
NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Valentine Cotillion and Dinner Dance
ARMY SET WINS ANOTHER LAUREL
Mlaa Jeaaae WakeSeld, Mrs. I.ee, Mrs.
taataat aad Other Gaesta Oers
slea Raaad of Smart Par
tles This week.
The valentine cotillion and dinner dance
given at Fort Crook Mondsy evening justi
fied the enthusiastic expectations of the
Omaha guests who received Invitations and
placed one more triumph to the credit of
the officera and women of the Sixteenth
Infantry who have earned to enviable a
reputation aa entertainers during their sta
tion hts. The guests from the city wtr
sntertalitcd at dinner parties In the homes
of the various officers previous to the co
tillion and also for the night, returning to
Omaha Tuesday morning. The garrison hall
where the dance wss he'd was trimmed in
honor of St. Valentine and a color acheme
of red was carried out in elaborate detail
lo the decorations snd favors. The great
room was a Veritable bower of crimaon
latticed over with ribbons of trope psper,
snd from this were suspended red hearts
on ribbons of red. The electric lights were
also subdued under shsdes of red. Ths co
tillion was led by Major W. H. Johnston
snd Lieutenant C. R. W. Morrison and ths
figures throughout were unique and alto
gether Jolly. One of the prettiest wss the
grand msreh. Ths lights were turned off
and as a substitute each gueat was given
a Japanese lantern. Then they were led
through sn Intricate figure with the effect
of a Japanese fete. The Jolllest figure wss
the hurdle rsce, which wss danced aa a
barn dance. Novel favors for the women
were white dlrectoire staffs, while the men
wore "Tommy Atkins" caps and swords.
About eighty guests were present, Including
thirty from Omaha.
For Miss WakeSeld.
Mrs. Robert Le Hamilton entertained de
lightfully Tuesdsy at a bridge luncheon at
her home on South Tenth street In honor of
Miss Jesnne Wakefield, who will be one
of the brides of the week! The guests were
seated at small tables, each table having
for a centerpiece a basket filled with sweet
peas. Japanese place cards done In water
colors msrked the plsces of Miss Wakefield,
Miss Ella Mae Brown, Mrs. John A. Wake
field, Mrs. Lydla Morrison, Mrs. Harley
Moorheat, Mrs. T. J. Mshoney, Mrs.
Charles Dundy, Mrs. John L. Hlnes, Mrs.
William P. Evans, Mrs. J. J. McMullen,
Mrs. Allen Robinson, Miss Anne Cosd, Miss
Edith Locke, Miss Amy Qtlmore, Miss
Claire Helens Woodard, Miss Katherlns
Moorhead. Miss Elisabeth Moorhead, Mrs.
W. T. Robinson. Mrs. Ooctchlus, Mrs. John
Wtltsell, Mrs. Robert Ollmore, Miss Beulatj
Sliarpe, Miss Hortense Clsrke, Mrs. Robert
P. Jensen, Mrs. J. A. C. Kennedy. Mrs. Wil
liam Hill Clarke, Mrs. Eva Wallace, Miss
Edith Thomss and Mrs. Hamilton.
For Mlaa Berry.
Mrs. Oeorge W. Suuiner wss hostess
Tuesday st the first of a series of luncheon
parties to bo given this week complimen
tary to her mother, Mrs. John B. Berry of
Chicago, formerly of Omaha. The guests
were seated at one largo table and four
fcmall ones. Attrsctlve centerpieces for
each of the tables were baskets of yellow
tulips. Covers were placed fcr Mrs. John
B. Berry, Mrs. 8. A. McWhorter, Mrs.
Franklyn Boulter, Mrs. E. F. Folda, Mrs.
8. D. Barkalow, Mrs. Charles Ogden. Mrs.
Charles Offutt. Mrs. Richard Carrier, Mrs.
George F. Bldwell. Mrs. William Aycrlgg,
Mrs. John A. Horbach, Mrs. John Bourke,
Mrs.. Howsrd Smith. Mrs. John W. Grif
fith, Mrs. A. T. Aurtln, Mrs. Harry Nott,
Mrs. William Bowen, Mrs. George Hold
rrge. Mrs. T. M. Orr, Mrs. Fells McShsne,
Mrs. Nathan Merriam, Miss Alma Casey
and the hostess.
Complimentary to Mrs. fl. W. Lre of
New Tork City, who is spending the week
ss the guest of Mrs. Arthur Remington,
Mrs. E. H. Sprsgue gave an Informal after
noon of bridge. Three tablea were placed
for the game.
Mrs. D. V. Sholea gave a luncheon Tues
day at her home for Mrs.' Brluker of St.
Louis, who is the guest of Mrs. C. K. Cout
tant. The table was prettily decorated with
yellow Jonquils. Following luncheon the
afternoon was pent plsy dupllcsts whist,
snd twelve guests were present.
Miss Josephine Tunis gsve a Valentine
dinner party Monday evening at her home.
Red tulips decorated the table and tboee
present were Misses Stscia Mulvlhlll, May
Lovely, Lottie Ring, Lola Savage. May
O'Brien, Adele Flannagan. Messrs Freder
ick Flies u of Boston, Rullsnd Mayers. Jack
Gunner, Thomas Fairfax. Lee Hlllan,
Robert Morris, Dick McCiill. and George
Miss Helen Cook gave a Valentine party
at her home on Military avenue, Saturday
eveuing. The room had a pretty decoration
of red and white. At cards, prises were won
by Mr. Bussey. Miss Glllson. Miss Urgu
hart and Mr. Ingersoll. Ths rest of ths
evening was spent with dancing. The gussts
were Misses Mammla Tlllson, Odesss Dun
can, Beatrice Urguhart, Jewell Wmpeon.
Ksthrlne Williams, Julia O'Brien, Violet
Thornapecken, Leona Cook. Messrs War
wick Saunders, Robert Bussey, Gus.sve
Carlsoi, George Llvesey, Wesley Williams,
Percy Peterson. Alfred Peterson, Robert
Ingersoll and William Kasr.
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Vterling will entertain
the members of ths Poppieton Avenue Csrd
club, Saturday evening st their home.
Miss Eloise Wood will cnlertsin Wed
nesday evening at her home.
Invitations have been issued by the Vis
iting Nures' association for ths twelfth
annual birthday party on Friday, Febru
ary It, from I lo t o'clock In the parlors
of the Kountxe Memoiial church at
Twenty-sUth and Far nam streets. Al-
Midwest Life Items
The Midwest Life of Lincoln has juit
opened a General Agency at Norfolk, Ne
braska, with Mr. C. L. Williams la charge.
This Is in pursuance of a plan en the part
of this company to establish four or five
General Agamies throughout Nsbrasks.
There are two of such agencies yet open.
For particulars write to ths company.
At the stockholder meeting of The Mid
west Life held Jani'j y so. ItOt, the seven
til rectors whose tC'iii umpired wsre sll re
elected. There ties been no change In the
officers or directors of this company since
At a recent meeting of ths Lincoln Life
I'nderwrlters' Association Mr. N. Z. Snell,
Preiident of The Midwest Life, read a
paper on "Tsiailon of Life Intursn.e
Companies ia Nebraska," which bat slate
beea printed In pamphlet form. Any per
son wishing a copy isu obtain ens by
writing Mr. Snell.
Buy your life Insurant's la Ths Midwsst
Life. It is a Nebraska company with ex
perienced end successful men back of it
Home office 180T "O" street. Lineolu;
Omaha Agency 121 Board of Trade Build
ing ' - -
though Invitations have been Issued, a
general Imitation Is extended to the pub
lic to attend.
The second of a series of dancing psr
tlee will be given Friday evening at Fort
Omsha and a number of Omaha people
will be present.
Mrs. W. A. Paxton. Jr.. has issued Invl
tstions for a luncheon st the Omshs club
Mra. J. H. Osborne was hostess venterday
for the meetlrg cf one of the new bridge
clubs. So fsr the club lias not been nsmel,
but the members meet every Tuesdiiy.
Those present today were Mrs. R. E.
Rogers, Mrs. Edwards, Mrs. Ed P. Smith,
Mra J. B. BUnchard. . Mrs. E. W. Oetten,
Mra O. J. Ingwersrn. Mrs H. U Burrell,
Mrs. C. A. Orlmmel, Mrs. Hsrrlson, Mra
Young, Mrs. P. T. McOrsth and Mrs
tome aad Go Uosslo.
Mrs. Ben. Gsllsgher and aon, Mr. Ben,
Gallagher, hava gone to Old Mexico where
they will spend severs! weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Wllllsm B. Jacobsen left
Sunday evening for a two weeks visit with
friends and relatives In St. Louis.
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rswltser of Alamed.
Cel., are the guests of Mr. snd Mrs. Henry
Dr. A. If. Robnett, I'. S. N., who was
recently stationed here, srrlved last week.
Dr. Louis Bishop. V. B. X , who has re
cently been transferred lo the Brooklyn
Navy Tard, leaves this evening Cor his
Miss McCook of New Tork City Is ex
pected the Isst of the week to Join General
and Mrs. C. F. Mandcrson, who lesve
next Monday for Hollywood, Cel., for an
Mr. E. Jtf. Fairfield and Major J. B.
Erwln ars spending a few deys In Chi
cago. Harry McCormlck will leave the latter
part of this week for an extensive stay
on the Pacific coast.
Miss Lynn Curtis, who went ss far as
Chicago with her gusat, Mrs. Lilian Ja
cobs, who Is enroute to New Tork, is ex
pected to return Wednesday.
Mr. John Shirk of Tipton. Ind.. the
fiance of Miss Eugene Whltmore, and
who has been spending the last ten days
In Omaha as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
H. P. Whltmore, left Friday evening for
FOR WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY
Sasaesttve Novelties la Refreshments
that Are Not DlSealt to
Cocked Hat Sandwiches Cut the crust
from fresh bread, cut a piece of heavy
paateboard Into the shape of a flat out
line of a cocked hat. Cut the bread
crust according to this pattern, spread
with butter and nut filling.
Cherry Cake Bake a cup of apongecake
mixture In sheet form, cut the cske In
oblongs, two by three Inches; plsce on
top of each one-half candled cherry, the
flat side down; two pieces of angelic
cut In diamond shape to Imitate leaves,
and a couple of thin strips for stems;
this forms a bunch of cherries; when all
are prepared sift -powdered sugar ever
Little cocked hate of blue celluloid made
at home are dainty boxss for bonbons or
Chery Tapioca" Pudding Prepare half
a pint of cooked tapioca, whip half a cup
of cream; Into the flaring bowl of long
stemmed glsssee or smslt cups place al
ternate layers of tapioca, one teaspoon
of sugar, preserved cherries and whipped
cream, topping off with the cream and
a candied cherry. '
Many housekeepers overlook the neces
sity of thoroughly .cleaning chairs and
other pieces of furnlUire. some psrts of
which become so su.Usd that the ordinary
dust cloth does noL.il a vhat Is required.
Wooden chairs - that -have nothing to
protect them where the hair often rests,
wooden arms on rockers and the top of
a dining chair where the hend lifts It and
where soiled costs rub against It become
so soiled that white gowna and waists
often show contact with them.
Fee. a soft cloth and slightly warmed
water, and do not be afraid of sosp, a
good soap. Do net have the cloth too wet
and hurry the operation; dry quickly with
another aoft cloth and polish at once with
a soft flannel dipped In paraffin oil.
which can be bought at any drug store
for a small sum. Try this parafin oil for
a furniture polish aod you will never
BOY WANTS T0G0 IT ALONE
Jesses Van Avery gays He Prefers to
Make His Ovra Way In
I'nwilllngly returning to the home be left
during a temporary fit of anger last Friday
morning, Jamss Van Avery arrived In
Omaha Tuesdsy morning. Hs wss In
charge of M. L. Hancock, city marshal of
Waterloo, who found him working In ths
J. C. Robinson 8eed company at that town
and who was asked by young Van Avery
for a place to aleep Saturday night.
It wae not until Monday, when City
Marahal Hancock read In The Evening Bee
of the lad'a dlstppearancs, that hs knew
thst Van Avsry had run away from home.
He had learned his name readily, but knew
nothing about where he was from or why
be had gone to Waterloo.
Js.ts Vn Avery, who Is a Junior in
the high school and a member of "G"
company of the cadet battalion, told Han
cock that he did not wish to go back home
and said he would much rather go to work
somewhere and make his own wsy. He
repeatedly threatened to break away from
the marshal after being told that be was
In custody and would have to return to
Omaha. To prevent losing his chsrge,
who was not put In Jail, but merely "un
der surveillance." Hancock handcuffed Van
Avery to his own wrist while making the
trip to Omaha.
Ths Vsn Avery family lives at 1710 South
Twenty-sixth street. The father Is a car
psnier and contractor. Ths young man
says he will run away agsln If hs gsts ths
BRUNING A REPUBLICAN. HO!
Proof Is Discovered by Baas HosT, Who
Finds Oao of His Casa.
pals a Cards.
In a secluded nook of the cort house
one of ,8am Hoff's colored assistants wss
sweeping csrefully Tuesdsy morning when
he dislodged a tlme-stsined card la else
like those whlth the candidate for office
Is wont to circulate.
He picked It up and wss looking at It
when Hoff happened along.
"Let's see it," quoth Hoff. "Why It's
one of Fred Bruning's cards. See the pic
ture of the elephant In the upper corner.
Observe ths Istters in ted. 'G. O. P.,' on
the elds of ths elephant. You can't tell
me that Bruning Is not a republican. What
If he does eombins with democrats after
getting elected to betray his psrty. Hs In
vokes ths sld of republicans ea this card
by this picture of the elephant, something
bo other candidate ever did on his cr.d."
Hoff will r.sve the csrd framed and pre
served as a treasursd. keepsaks and evi
dence of Fred Bruning's republicanism.
A Tom o( tiold
could buy r.otalng better for female weak
i.sases. lams back and kidney trouble than
Electrie Bitters. tOe. For sale by Bcatoo
WHO STARTED THAT CAT CALL?
Whoever It Waa Better Stay Away
froaa the Headooartera ot
The man who started the story thst I.
csts were wanted at Army headquarters
In Omaha for shipment to Jspen will find
It profitable te keep his Identity concealed
and his person r.wsy from the army build
Ing for a week er two.
Such a atory got out last week and th
army building haa been besieged by tele
phone and personal Inquiries msklng pitiful
pleas for the return of pet tabbies snl
tome, that are supposed to be hidden away
somewhere ia the basement of the army
At first the army folk looked upon the
thing es a Joke and the telephone exchange
In the building replied facetiously to ths
msny Injulrles, but later discovered that
the Inquirers were very serious about It.
"Have you a little yellow, blue-eyed
kitten there?" came the plaintive query of
a sobbing womsn who said that aome one
had stolen her pet. "I do wish ytwc would
look. I am told that It Is In the basement
with the f.QOO other cats, and then my
neighbor has lost her tsbby, too."
An elderly Germsn womsn assailed the
war citadel Friday evening with the demand
for the Immediate restorstion of her big
tiger est that she thought more of thas
one of her children.
An Irish womsn made a similar descent
upon the war b-illdlng and gavs the Janitors
to distinctly understand that she did not
propose to surrender here one-eared Tommy
for "the benefit of the Chinee baythens
to catch their dinners wld."
Slmilsr demsnds were made by telephone
Mondsy morning for the restoration of lost
felines, and the end le not yet.
COLD HAS NOT HURT CATTLE
Winter Doee No Serloaa Harsn la New
hraskn or Wyosalaar Thas Far,
Say Cattle Mom.
"Ws have had conalderably mors snow
this winter up about Pierce than you have
had about Omaha," said Henry Sporleder
of that county at the Merchants. "Cattle
Is not suffering particularly. In faot, they
are wintering well. There ts an abundance
of feed In the country and most of the cat
tlemen are well flxedT for feeding against
"Ws beat this section of the state on the
snow proposition up about Tlldon," said
J. H. Thorns. "Yet there haa been no suf
fering among live stock. The enow is not
deep. Some bad drifts may be found tn
the canons occasionally, but the range
country Is In good shspe for erasing."
"There has been very little loss In csttle
during the winter up In our part of the
country," said Elmer Foote of Arvada,
Wyo., at the Arcade. "The snows have
not been heavy and the winter haa not
been unusually eevere. We have the beat
natural aheltor In the eastern Powder
river country to be found anywhere In the
west. The stock went into the winter In
the best of shspe end are coming through
It fat and sleek. I have not heard of any
serious losses to any herds and we have
an enormous number of cattle ranging
through that entire country."
R A. Leuseler. secretary snd assistant
general mansger of the Omaha A Council
Bluffs Street Railway company, left Mon
day evening for Chicago.
Cnled 8tates Circuit Court Clerk George
Thummell Is confined to his home with
a slight Indisposition. Sort ot a combina
tion of la grippe and cold.
Colonel W. F. Cody left Cody, Wyo.. Tues
day to represent that thriving metropolis
of the Big Horn baaln country at Washing
ton March 4. when William Howard Taft
takes his sest. He Is accompanied' by John
Reckless Davis and they go via Colonel
Coriv'e new gold mines In Arlsona.
John L. Webater, attorney for the dry
goods Jobbeis of the Missouri vslley cities,
lef Mondav evening for Chlcsro, where
further testimony will be offered by the
railroads In the Missouri Valley rate cases
In which the railrosds are trying to hsve
the orders of the Interstate Commsrcs com
mission set aside.
Boston's New Hotel
Bids you and year meads a hearty
welcome. No pains will be spared
to auks your next visit a longer ooe.
Excellent cuieire with service the
best, smid surrouadinas (sfbdiously
appointed. Everythipg new, attraoO
ttve and cosy, with prices teaaoaeblo
Cor. Boybtoa ana Washington St.
TEL. 44440 OXFORD.
Dinner parties before and after the
mesne will receive oar spscisl at
tention. Ladies wSea shopping
twill ind a noA convenient to have
luncheon here with every known
comfort and stckiiioa
Aitulie & Grabow Companj,
New Oeaaa Htm: Swaaoacott
Heeal TitsaAela, Jamaica, W. L
"Balf a Block from Kerala Mnare.'
COLLING WO OD
Oa the It look Between
6th Ave. &B 'way
Offers select accommodations to dis
ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF, and
afforue every facility for the com
fort of guerta Situated la ths very
heart of ths city, in a vary quiet
neighborhood,' convenient to all sur
face, eubway and elevated railway
linea. and In the mldat of the shop
ping and theater district
Rooms With Bath $3 and Up.
Special rates by the month er season.
Ktmtauram a la (.'arte.
I1TI . MOSBLBY. tO.
Xw Hum House. New Haven. Conn.
DETROIT. MICH I WATNg HOTEL.
g. Ao. r . J. a. Bum, rree.
LA KB HXLBN, FLA.. HOTEL HaJlLAN.
Baus, IIS as- A. P. Ms L, Jasoss. Pres.
LOl 1IV1LXB. ET.l TUB OA IT Hot SB. a P.
sry aMm wmwa. 1M say as.
bjaokolia graiNae. ru.t maonoua srios
HUTU II par say s. Out-SiM aaS rtt aaaria
Kl TOBX CITT: HOTEL tsrill. g. p.
Races II M W. Mum Aulas.
KIW TORK CITT: HOTEL M ABLBOaoiOH.
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OLD POINT COMrOST. VA t HOTEL CM AMggB.
LLM. ta aU jwar. See. f. ASum. Mac.
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wiua.niwjsea u.nm m' A.
Convenient of ecceia to and from
ana saorainf tnrect connection
La Salle Street Station :
Nearest the heart of the citr, the business,
shfitiniRaf m,nA h -treat A f art-rtf- mrsA ala
iiiuoii cm iam
Ufee. 50Uih, M
To G h
Good printed matter lends dignity to
any transaction. Its advertising value
to a concern is considerable.
A. L Rest, taeerpereted.
squab uancn. ()0
live Stock Farm, $3.00
Poultry Ranches, Vegetable $10 00
Gardens, Private Country Club, $11.00
Race Track and Polo Grounds, : ,
Private -Livery. Wireless Telegraph,'
Art Gallery and Picturesque Golf Links,
Good Table, Good Urlng. Cheerful Service,
Rates Graduated to All, Reasonable Requirements,
Accommodations for One Thousand Guests,
Artesian Well and Refrigerating Plant,
Conservatories, Green Houses, A
Whole Mile of Geraniums. Open
All the Year Round. SO.000
Fine Rosebushes, Child
ren's Grove, Zoo,
. 60,000 Pigeons
and , V
Would be Pleased to Send You Booklet
MILO M. POTTER, Manager
(falir ni a
ltd only train ltwn
""ri Chtcatfo snd Southern
I'.' . i California, win isv line.
exclusively for first
elate, travel . , ,
Your family travel ia
TK CaiiforaM Lii.n'tli itt ttw
estraa. rM Sally. Uino ess
kiM Citr Lm A shW Sh Di.f
4 Sa FrMiwe. It rri Fred
Harvey 4i.irar. wiia t
jwiiems Mmm, etMnatios
Mer. witfc WeiW tarlae. a.s club
Canyon of Arixons.
In California every Jay
it a June day -
D luat keeliktt at" traia J trrf
a iwaaart. Wnti mr m .
Samnol LanMT. PM. Aft.. A.
t. F. Ry.. 40t Suna Anai
Union Station i
South Side residential district, ,
with numerous tax tern lines.
fitvaTn lann. w
1323 FARNAM ST.
1210-1211 Hewers Street
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