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NOTES ON OMAHA SOCIETY
Mrs. William A. Paxton, Jr., Enter
taint Luncheon Party.
DIKNIE r ARTIES ABE POPULAJL
Bridge (aiIIiiih to 'Provide Enter
talnmeat for t.arge Afteraeoa
Affairs and Laacheoa for
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p GlOve Sale (V
Wonjpi!s elbow length kid "
Vi gloves,- in black, white
fln(? eyening shades big- m
ftf . gest glove bargain ever y
Vi offered in Omaha; worth S
r up to $3.00 a pair, QO fl
f .'Saturday, a pair. . . wOC JJ
(( ON SALE
' Fine Lisle
New York Importers
Entire Sample Line
Men's Silk Embroidered,
Mercerized Hosiery, w'th
35c at, pair 15c
Sr. 9 I
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l ' ' " ' tons; 8 oh card. 10c 11
r' "i'poarl back but-. U
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Collar Cations )J
At 1-4 . the Usnal ff
' Prices Saturday j)
l-plece Collar But
,',tona doz. .... ,.10c
Fuirscts collar but-
tons; 8 on card.
I5c'poarl back but-. !
to.:s, at, each, ',8c t
Mr. W. A. Psxton. Jr., entertained at
luncheon yesterday at the Omaha club. Two
lage round tables were used, each having
a dainty centerpiece of daffodilla and ferna.
The guests Included Mn. James McKenna,
Mrs. T. M. Orr. Mrs. W. A. Paxton. sr.;
Mrs. J. J. Drown. Madam Barker. Mra.
Thomas Swobe, Mrs. Gurdon W. Wattles,
Mrs. E. E. Balrh. Mrs. T. J. Mackay. Mrs.
Dewey, Mrs. Samuel Burns, sr.; Mrs. E.
C. Mc8hane. Mrs. Everett of Council
Bluffs. Mrs. George A. Hoagland. Mrs.
Nathan Merrfam. Mrs. Charles H. Tlckene,
Mrs: Isaac Congdon, Mrs. E. E. Wakeley,
Mis. Weeks, Mrs. David Baum. Mrs. S. 8.
Curtis, Mrs. B. J. Scannell, Mrs. John
Klack. Mrs. Joserih Lehmer, Mrs. C. P.
DcuH, Mrs. Arthur . Remington, Mrs.
Shlverick, Miss Bharpe, Miss Ida Sharp
and Mrs. Paxton.
In honor of Mlsa Jeanne Wakefield and
Mr. Harry Street of Chicago, whose wed
ding will take place Saturday evening,
Miss Ella Mae Brown and Mr. Stockton
lleth entertained the members of the
wedding party at dinner last evening at the
Omaha club. A low mound of . Jonquils
formed the cenlei piece for the tables, and
covers were placed for Miss Wakefield,
Miss Agnes Street of Chicago, Mrs. Thomas
M. Spoffnrd of Kansas City, Miss Ella Mae
Brown, Mr. .Harry L. Street, Mr. .Joseph
Baldrlge, Mr. Harry E. O'Neill and Mr.
Mr. and Mra. P. P. Klrkendall gave
a dinner party last evening at their home
at Thirty-eighth and Jackson streets, the
guests of honor being Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Paxton, Jr. Those present WtrMuolnde Mr.
and Mrs. A. K Rccd, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Remington, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Coles, Mr.
and Mrs. A. O. Beeson, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Wharton, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Paxton, Jr.,
and Mr. and Mis. Klrkendall.
Valentine Card Party.
Miss Katherlna Moorhcad and Miss Eliza
beth Moorhead entertained yesterday at a
Valentine card paity In honor of Miss Colt
and Miss Kittson, who are visiting at Fort
Crook. Spring Towers decorated the rooms
and those present weie Misses Colt, Luclle
Kittson, Genevieve Johnston of Fort Crook,
Louise Kennedy, Amy Oilmore, Marlon
Connell, Anne Coad, Mary . Galbralth,
Miriam Patterson, Edith Locke, Eugenie
Whltmore, Edith Thomas, Meadaincs Cor
nelius Gardener, William C. Bennett,, Mar
tin Crimmlns, George E. Ball, Jack Hayes,
C. R. W. Morlson, Clemens' W.. McMillan,
George H. White all of Fort Crook, Robert
Lee Hamilton, John U Hlnea and Harley
A Jolly cotillion was given last evening
by Mr. end Mrs. Edgar H. flcott for the
members of. the Young Married People's
Dancing club at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
N. P. Dodge, sr. The decorations and
favors were suggestive of Washington's
blrthduy and the german waa led by Mr.
Harry Docrly. . The guests of the club
weie Mrs. Leonard Everett, Council Bluffs;
Misses Faith .Potter,. Johnson, 8t? Joseph,
Mo.; Holdrege, Podge. Messrs,, Earl Gan
nett ' .Bernard Capcn, - Lockwood Dodge,
Randall Brown, Hal Yates, Frank Mors
mun. For Mrs. Berry.
Mrs. George W. Sumner gave the second
of a sertai of luncheons this week at her
home for her mother, Mrs. John B. Berry,
of Chicago. The guests were seated at
small tables with centerpieces of jonquils,
Those present were Mesdamcs Frederick
Clarke, Berry, Frederick McConnell,
Charles Johannes, Norman Hatriman,
John T. , Yates, George Marples,. A. B.
Somers, Charles Welter, J. J. McMullen,
A. L. Meyers, Elmer. Wood, E-JB. Com
itock, G. P. Moorhead, T. J. Malioney, , E.
G. McGllton. A. P., T.uker, Henry Klrsch
teln. Madam Sumner.. Miss Mary Sumner,
Miss Blanche Comstock. , ,
' Mr. F. A. Nash was host at a small stag
dinner party last evening at . his .home or.
South Thirty-third street; The-table, had
a pretty decoration of red Meteor, rosea and
covers were laid for eight guests.
Captain and Mra. J. 1. Hlnes gave an In
formal dinner Wednesday evening at their
home when those present were Colonel and
Mrs. W. C. Glassfordr.Fort Omaha; Major
and Mrs. B. D. Slaughter, Captain and Mrs.
Hlnes, Mrs. Annella Gllmore and Mr. Sidney
Miss Jeanne Wakefield waa the guest of
honor of a luncheon given yesterday by, Mrs.
W. T. Robinson at her home In Dundee.
Spring flowers decorated the table and
covers were laid for twelve..
Brlda-a . Party. .
Mrs. W. H. Butts and Mrs. 81meon Jones
gave the second of a series of bridge parties
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Nebraaka Military Academy
; ' A BliliUrjr Hoarding; School fur
fcOya, now located for the winter at
Fourteenth and U streeta. All de
partments are In full operation.
Lf..;v,l P!aco '' '
-.fst In public aclioola. No entrance
laailnatlona are given; mgular
elass murk la supplemented by In
dividual instruction, back work Is
, aaaliy uiado up. -
f- Paplls are. received at any time
fTia fifth- to twelfth grades, inclu
sive. M'lite for Cta4ogu.
.". UTWiU, aprUtoat.
goes deep after dirt
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Gold Dust is the great
est home cleaner for
kitchen, living room.bath
room, pantry, closet and
every nook and corner.
It not only cleans, but
pries under the surface,
dissolves dirt and leaves
only a shining place to
mark where it was, and
point a moral.
Gold Dust does the
work quicker and more
economically than soap
as well as better.
this week yesterday at Mrs. Putts' home.
Those present today were Meedsmes 3. L.
Adams, R. V. Cole. T. L. Comb. W. R.
Cshlll, James Dewar. Ralph Hayward, C.
E. Goodman, A. E. Hatfield. H. Q. Jack
son, J. B. Klausner, Clinton Miller, Joseph
Polcar, E. P. Bellman. T. B. Coleman,
James Cook. A. B. Curry, W. N. Dor ward.
C. P. Friable, V. Grass. E. A. Hlgglns, R.
C. Jordan, R. H. Knlttle, J. A. Mclntyr.
C. W. Sanhorn. Shotwell. W. Whlttaker,
3. W. Woodruff. Davis of South Omaha,
W. H. Slabaugh of 8outh Omaha. Van
Dorn, Herbert Wilcox, Charles Keefer, M.
Meyers of South Om-ha, Misses Cole, El
llngwood, Madge Bullard, Ad Tye, Helen
Blxby of Council Bluffs, Mattle Robertson
and Marie Butts.'
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shaw gave a mili
tary high five party Wednesday evening at
their home. The rooms were decorated with
(he national colors and In the center of
each of the tables was a miniature forL
Prizes were won by Mrs. J. C. Whlnnery,
Mr. John Ormsby and Miss Frances
Lavadge. Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Hprague, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Perry,
Mr. and Mis. E. W. Snow. Mr. And Mra
Frank Marshall. Mr. and Mra. J. C. Whln
nery, Mr. and Mrs. .J. W. Hood, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Blisw, Mrs. John Ormsby.
Misses Frances Lavage, Nellie Hprague,
Mary Bprague, Messrs. Norman Whlnnery,
Edward ' Sprague, John ' Ormsby, and
A a r prise Party.
A party of friends gave a sprprlse party
Tuesday evening for Miss Margaret' Mee
han at her home, 1541 North Nineteenth
tree, A variety of games and dancing
afforded the evening's amusement. Those
present were Miss Louise Elberts, Mis
Emma Stevens, Miss Alma Morln, Miss
Belle Coburn, Miss Margaret Meehan, Miss
Carrie Edwards, Miss Ellen Stevens, Miss
Gertrude Nelson, Miss Anna Stuart, Miss
Marie Meehan, Mr. Orrin Storey, Mr. Fred
Groussmann, Mr. Ernest Sward, Mr. Ar
thur Moore, Mr. Charles Duffle, Mr. Her
man Krewlz, Mr. Charles Dettman and Mr.
A surprise party waa given Wednesday
evening at the home of Mr. and Mr. G. E.
Norman, 1817 Chicago street. Cards were
played and supper served ..late In the even
ing. Five table of player were present
and Mr. and Mrs. Norman were presented
with a handsome china tea set.
KITE FLIER NEAR TO DEATH
Maa on Roof of Paxton All Bat Failed
Over Cornice When Tanaled
Dragged by the leg by a stout kite string
to the coping stone on the roof of the Pax
ton block at Sixteenth and Farnam streets,
and In danger of being pulled over the edge
of the cornice and dashed to' death on the
pavement ninety feet below was the ex
perience undergone by I. W. Cunningham
of Chicago, organizer for the Loyal Order
of Moose Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. Cunningham waa engaged In putting
to flight the big kite of the order, which
was sailing heavenward In a fifteen-mile
wind, from which was to be suspended a
dummy which appears to be hanging from
a trapeze. The kite, one of the largest In
the country, sailed out beautifully, but with
such forco that It taxed the utmost en
deavors of Mr. Cunningham's two as
sistant to keep It In line, and from which
was suspended the banner of the order
In addition. The tough ' kite string by
some means wound about Mr. Cunning
ham's leg as It started on Its flight and he
waa lifted to the edge of the coping and
was Just going over when his two assist
ants made a herolo grab for him and he
was rescued from hi, peril.';
It required ' the combined ettorts of the
three men to keep Cunningham from being
carried completely over the edgs of the
roof and then only after the kite string
had been cut loose, leaving the kite to float
away at will. The kite was recovered later
in the afternoon several blocks distant.
LEG CRUSHEDBY STREET CAR
Harry Dotaon Step from Behind One
Car In Front of An
other. Harry Dotson, 2309 . California street,
30 years of age, was so seriously
Injured that his left leg will prob
ably have to be amputated as the result
of being struck by a westbound car at
the corner of Twelfth and Harney streeta
about 8: JO last night.
Dotson, with a friend who boards at his
home, was planning to cpend the evening
in Council Bluffs. He alighted from an
eastbound Harney atreet car at Twelfth
street to catch a Council Bluffs car. lie
walked around the rear end of the car
and Into another approaching from the
opposite direction. He was knocked un
derneath the cur and his left leg badly
torn and mangled.
At the. time of the accident Detectives
McDonald and Walker happened to be
near. They called the police ambulance
and the man was taken to the Omaha
General hospital, where he was attended
by Dr. Fitzgibbon. and Folic Surgeon
Barbour, Dr. Smith, Union Pacific sur
geon also calling at the hospital.
Thursday Dotson was removed to St.
Joseph's hospltsl and operated upon by
Drs. Updegraff and Smith. He is greatly
weakened by the shock and loss of blood
and his condition Is critical.
Dotson la employed In the Union Pa
cific shop. He Uvea with hi father and
mother, who were immediately notified
and came to the hospital.
NEBRASKANS TO TALK CRIME
Omaha Jadare and Other Invited to
Attend Important Conference
Judge Manoah B. Reese, Judge Lee 8.
Eatelle, John Lee Webster, Dr. M. A. Bul
lock and A. D. Beemer have been asked by
the National Conference on Criminal Law
and Criminology to participate in the meet
ing ' at Northwestern university in com
memoration of the fiftieth anniversary of
the founding of the Northwestern university
College of Law, to be held in Chicago
Judge Ruscoe Pound, formerly dean of
the College of Law of the University of
Nebraska, is chairman of the committee of
organization of the conference.
Among the distinguished citizens who will
take part in the conference, are President
Theodore Roosevelt, President-elect W. H.
Taft, Bishop Fallows of Chicago, Dr.
Homer Folk of New York, F. B. Kallogg
of Bt. Paul. Attorney General Bonaparte,
Judge Delancey of Washington, Dr. 8.
Weir Mitchell of Philadelphia and Judge
Alton B. Parker of New York, together
with nuny of the most distinguished crim
inologists of the United States.
Fraada I pen 'the Pablle"
is what some physicians have called patent
medicines, and it Is undeniably true thit
some are frauds and aome are even worse,
because they are Injurious. On the other
hsnd. there are many patent medicines
such a Lydla E. Pinkham' Vegetable
Compound, and others, which are of real
worth, and are recommended by physicians
of recognised standing.
One Iver A Pond, to fin condition,
taken in exchange on a Krabe Orand. This
piano baa been thoroughly repaired and 1
la ale condition. On sale for (166.00.
Chickering & Sons (Boston) $15 to $25 CH0ICE
Ivers&Pond .... 10 to 15 or any
Everett ....... 10 to 15 PIAN0
Packard ....... 10 to 15 IN0UR
Starr 10 to 12 ST0CK"
Kurtzmann 8 to 10 N0
H. 8c S. G. Lindeman . . 8 to 10
Sterling . . . . . . . 8 to 10 RESERVE
Harvard . . . . . . 7 to 10 raisIS
Huntington . .. . . . . 7 to 10 SXRAI0HT
Kohler 8c Campbell . . . 7 to 10 business
Richmond ...... 7 to 10 IT,S
Mendelssohn . . . . . 7 to 10 bennett's
The Bennett Co. Piano . . 7 to 10 way.
We believe our offer to sell any piano in our
stock on $6 monthly payments stands without a
parallel. Do you realize that this means that for
the next two weeks you can secure the famous
Chickering 8c Sons, Ivers 8c Pond, Everett, Pack
ard and a number of other artistic pianos on terms
of ONLY $6.00 MONTHLY?
AHtlUAL SPECIAL SALE
Two Weeks Only
$ M Per .
I yj tath
FEB. 15TU FEB, 28TH
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Highland Park Improvement Club
Worried Over Water. Supply. .
LITIGATION IN OMAHA HUETS
rear Expre.aed Unlee Better Facili
ties in , Seen red - Before Omaha .'.
. Baya Plant, If that hoald T;
Happen, Door la Closed.
The Highland Park Improvement club
and other citizen have expressed much
anxiety lately concerning the South Omaha
water supply. It I complained from many
sources that the pressure of the main la
too weak to supply water fqr the ntoit or
The member of the club gave thl toplo
a thorough discussion and dwelt particu
larly on the litigation which at present
handicap any great Improvement of the
aystem. 8outh Omaha people are particu
larly anxious to have another main and
additional pumping facilities before the
plant shall have been assumed by the city
of Omaha, if auch an event should trans
pire. There are those who profess to be
lieve that, in such an event. South Omaha
would never receive any additional water
Accordingly the Highland Park Improve
ment club adopted the following resolu
tion at It meeting Tuesday night:
Whereas, As It has come to the knowl
edge of this club that the Omaha Water
company and the Water board of the city
of Omaha are now, and for years past
have been In litigation concerning the pur
chase of the plant of the aaid company;
Whereas. Acquisition of the said plant by
the city of Omaha might make impossible
legislation requiring an Increase In facili
ties In order to supply the city of South
Oinaha, or any supply outside of the mu
nicipality owning the plant; therefore, be it
Resolved, 'That In view of the critical
condition of the present water supply, that
our representatives In the state leglalsture
be, and they are hereby requested to use
every means in their power to enaet legis
lation that will compel the immediate and
adequate Increase In the supply of water
for the city of South Omaha: and that a
copv of these resolutions be forwarded to
each member of the legislature from Doug
In addition to the resolution the club at
tended to many Items of business and
elected officers for the ensuing year. They
are: A. L. Hunter, president: P. C. Moore,
vice president: Ed Kohansky, secretary,
and J. J. Markey, treasurer. H. C. Murphy,
J. B. Watklns. John Klewlt, John Ash
and C. C. Wright were elected the execu
A special committee, consisting of H. C.
Murphy. J. B. Watklns, Al Hunter and Ed
Kohansky, was appointed to present the
resolution and the arguments of the club,
aa provided, to the members of the legis
lature. The labor of the business session was re.
Ileved by refreshments, consisting of a bar
rel of apples, which was freely patronised
by the club member.
ar prise for G. A. Ysisg.
A party of friends of O. A. Young of
the South Omaha Young Men' Christian
association gave him a surprise party
Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and
Mr. W. J. McBurncy, 251S P street. The
guests were members of the Ep worth
League Fible Study class, which Mr.
Young has been conducting for two year.
The guest brought with them a gift
consisting of a gold ring a a token of
appreciation. The evening was spent In
amusements. One of these was a poetical
response to a gift parcel which each guest
received. Refreshments were served to
thirty or more, after which J. D. Ringer
acted as toaslmaster. He called on Miss
Ethel Sachra. II. G. Klddoo. Fred Lush,
II. B. Flcharty, Mrs. C. C. Howe and El
roy Tlbbltts for responses to toasts. Mr.
Ringer mad the presents tloa speech with
the ring, to which Mr. Young replied with
Hatrhlace-Coaaey Wedding. .
The wedding of Charles' O. Hutching
to Mlsa Ruth B. Gosney, better known to
her friends as Mis Bess! Gosney, took
I .lace at the residence of the bride' par
ents, Mr. and Mra. 8. C. Gosney, Twenty
seventh and C atreet. yesterday at 3 p.
m. Only th Immediate relativea of th.
bride aad exoom wituaad Um ceremony.
which wai performed by Dr. R. L. Wheeler.
The house was decorated In green and
white, carnation being the flower. Mrs.
Harvey Cubbage and Miss Joule Clem- of
St. Loul rendered the musical number.
The formality of bridesmaid and best
man was dispensed with. After the cere
mony the guests were served a luncheon.
The bride and groom left on the evening
train for a trip in the east, but told none
of their friends where they were going.
They expect to return soon and make their
home at Twenty-fourth and F atreet.
Itfiey wilf b. at horn, to their friend after
April L . . ( . .
The guests residing out of the city were:
Mr. and Mrs. 8. B. Hutchings and Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Priest of Hastings, Ia;
Mra W. S. Stahl of Chicago and Miss
Josle Clem of St. Louis.
The groom 1 an employ, at Armour A
Co.' office. Miss Gosney . has been em
ployed In the offices of the Omaha Pack
ing company. Mr. Hutchings has been
in the city something over a year. The
family of the brldo 1 widely known In
IflsTh School Minstrel Show.
The Athletic association of the high school
ha prepared a minstrel show and musicals
for Friday evening. The entertainment
will be held at the auditorium of the high
school. All of the production will be by
the talent of the chjol. The first part
of the program will consist of a varied
collection of musical numbers. The second
part will consist of the typical mlnstrei
brought up to date and to apply to high
school condition and affair. The proceed
oi" the, entertainment go to benefit the
treasury of the Athletic association. Tickets
rr.ay be purchased at Fisher-McGlll' sta
tionery store. Following 1 the program:
Lu Fills du Regiment t Donizetti
High school orchestra.
Ir.slrumentul Solo Strawberries
Mai Quartet-Fairy Moonlight
Henry, Foley, Clark and Laur.
Vocal Solo My Bonny Uu
Girls' Quartet Wouldn't You
Misses Davis, Fitzgerald, Breen and
Mai Quartet In the Gleaming...
Girls' Quartet Juar.lta
No One Loves a Fat Man
Mixed Octet Stars of the Summer Night
When I Marry You Gumbl
High school orchestra.
College Life Franlsen
High school orchestia.
End men, Campbell and Sherry; Inter
locutor, Schults; chorus, Foley, Laur, Wei
ll er and Clark.
Maajls City Goaalp.
Mr. C. E. Bcarr entertained the Ladles'
Aid society of the Presbyterian church
COAL! Try Howland's celebrated Silva
Creek. Office, 438 N. 2tth St. Tel. South 7.
t'hll Kearney post. Grand Army- of the
Republic, and the Woman'a Relief corps
will meet Saturday evening.
Joe Pope was fined $1 and costs for at
tempting to steal coal from the stock yards
company. He was also trespassing In the
Jetter's Gold Top Beer delivered to any
part of the city. Telephone No 8.
A colonial supper Is to be given In the
parlor of the Presbyterian church next
Monday evening by the Presbyterian
and will occupy the store formerly contain
ing P. 3. Barrett's undertaking parlor.
A number of Interested cltisens went to
IJncoln yeaterdsy on behalf of the feViutri
Omaha charter, but the delegation did not
assume the proportions heralded by the
early enthusiasts. It could hardly be rec
ofnlzed In Lincoln as a petition In boots.
Thomaa Corrlgan and Miss Sadie Roberts
were married Tuesday morning at the
Pacred Heart church, Omaha. They have
gon. on a trip to North Dakota and will
rrake their home In South Omaha. Mr.
Corrlgan waa a member of the South
Omaha Board of Education two yeara ago.
SOCIALISTS TO HAVE TICKET
Decide on Candidate to Go Before
the People at Coming
Omaha socialists held a meeting last
night at Labor temple and decided to
place a full ticket In the field for the
approaching spring election.
With the exception of candidate for one
or two place the following la the list of
those who will file preliminary to the pri
mary: Mayor. C. C. Vaughan;' city clerk, Wil
liam Westman; building Inspector, Harry
C. Pettlngel; comptroller. J. N. Carter;
city attorney, F. A. Barnntt.
Coundlmen First ward, D. Lents; Sec
ond, Charles Rubenatein; Third, Harvey
O. Brown; Fourth, not yet selected; Fifth,
O. W. Lumbeck; Sixth, E. I. Morrow;
Seventh, N. P. Sackett; Eighth, Jesse B.
Mat-tell; Ninth, Peter Mehrens; Tenth, Al
bert Freeman; Eleventh, Harry H. Farmer;
Twelfth, E. D. Snvder.
Ask about United Wireless Telegraph
stock. 8. 8. Swltzer, 630 Paxton block.
PHYSICIAN ISUNDER ARREST
Failure to Report Case of Smallpox
Charge Broattht Against
Dr. Collins, on of the Hot Springs doc
tors, ha been arrested on a capias is
sued several day ago by Police Magis
trate Crawford. The arrest waa effected
Wednesday afternoon by Special Officer
Bonce, after looking for Collins for two
day. The doctor waa Bought to answer
a charge of falling to report a case of
smallpox to the health commissioner's
office. He was originally arrested about
a month ago and.' the case was set for
Tuesday of this week In police court
When Collins failed . to apprar Tuesday
morning for trial, Judge .Crawford issued
a caplaa for his arrest. The case wl be
heard by Judge Crawford a week frohi Jo
day, Collins having been released on a cnh
bond. Dr. Connell declares' ho ' Intends, to
prosecute every physician who docs not re
port all his case of contagious diseases.
DARN STOCKINGS OH YOUR SEWING
' . ' ' MA CHIME, i i
Don't darn stockings fcy hand when you
can get a Singer Darner that can be need
on any lock-stitch sewing machine. Makes
darning a pastime. For sale at Singer
tore, 1514 Douglas street, Omaha, Neb.
OLD PYTHIANS WILL MEET
Pioneer Association of K. of P. Will
Have Dinner nt Hotel Loyal. .
This Evening;.. . j
. The Pioneer. Pythian association, ah or
ganization exclusively Nebrsskan, f will
hold Its annual banquet tonight at the.
Hotel Loyal. Many men from IJncoln. Fre
mont and other towns, all' member of
the Knights of Pythla' for more .than
twenty year, will be In attendance, (Irf nd
Chancellor J. C. Cleland will be among
the members, as well 'a a few past grind
One Cramer upright lr. walnut case.
Beautiful carved design, full size and Is Jn
fine condition. Costs when' new $400, row
offered at $146. )
Nobody I Too Old
to learn that th ur way to cure a coug'i
or cold 1 with Dr. King' New Discovery.
10c and $1.00. For aale by Beaton Drug Co.
On Hall.t Devi upright grand. This
piano 1 mad to th especial order of one
of Omaha' a oldest famlllea.' It 1 Mill In
fin. condition, baa been thoroughly re
paired, polished, etc, and coat when new
two. We took it a part payment on the
Knabe-Angelua This piano Is offered at
. i. HAT DEN BliQa.
. . $7.00,'
Live Stock Farm,
Poultry Ranches. Vegetable
Gardens, Private Country Club,
Race Track and Polo Grounds,
Private Livery, Wireless Telegraph,
Art Gallery and Picturesque Golf Links, i
Good Table, Good Living, 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, 80,000 v;
Fine Rosebushes, Child
ren's Grove, Zoo,
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Would be Pleased to Send You Booklet . -
MILO M. POTTER, Manager
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