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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEtNTtAT. MARCH
"Goodyear Ralncoals Reign Supreme
Unprecedented Raincoat Bargains
To 'Close Remainder of Raincoat Stock Every Garment Best Go.
After rfcock t-n we find ourselves wttii about 6C0 rnen"3 and -women '3 Raincoats and Silk Rub
berised Ccat3 of brnkan lota, odd sizes and sample ?irment3 which we are Jfoin? to dispose of at
33V3 Cents on me Dollar
For WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY
Anil -'th -una goes h opoorunitv of hurnt 1 wii! maile-. pt-rtcf firing Raincoat or air Cnt
fur ! 2. nr a $'.' carTin'' for SI1. anil go on iowi tin? -uua 'if nrrs. Tan in:i-r 1 ru n"..nn -if ?rr. an
h. worM's best run-proof p-Tnti s ln ron-enr-nce Th.o rai ra-nrugt .lays ar y" ui tjir.t". TV:e iaiy
soi-nig, .lays with tiieir spring illuwn r" ideal -lays f :r raincoat w.r. You ''an buy yonr ra.ncng. :-ov fir Jbcn.
At 65 2-3 Per Cent Less Than Elsewhere
- FOR WOUZN ; FOR MSN
S4G.CG Silk Ccats; 3ale price S15.00 $35.00 Cravenettes; 3ale price S 12.00
gJ-SS "? Price ! S30.00 Cravenettea; sale price S10.00
S3C.Q0 Silk Coat3; sale pnee $10.00 !... ,
S23.C0 Raiacoats ; sale price $8.00 ' co ; sae pnee 5,8.00
X20.0Q Raincoats; sale price 7.00 J2O.0O Haiacoata; sale price $7.00
GOODYEAR RAINCOAT CO.,
"THE! RAINCOAT STORE" Cor. 16th and Davenport Sts.
i CRUF CITY NBYS
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THH BEEQ FrlCE
TUa Coostlna; Booa and Iuumh
Orr.ca zt Thm 1m m vamponrUy lo
oacad m aait ata araa. la Ui
roam farmr1y ammvla T luoan
B Karoao. AdTaraaaaaaatti aaa no.
anptton ma.ttara -will fwilaal to
thrntm aatll n aarv uarra ara
Bumillina Cupa .tholm. Jnwler.
umbo aTitnaa tor Imnlaii IX i. lita.
Sadotptt r. Twaboaa. VaaUs Aaaaaaaajnl,
XinatiarT. gjtnyraphar. l tth Famam.
laai la "Tba Banana T!maa."
fiaitaoia Ua PoiUJaa. mgat IraXta ax
niui ity H. Li. Naaly. nuuur. Onuia
i. aw yi-1 X0 frac Xattonat nana
luildlna. -a :nins raai aaiai leaaa wttn
out delay and ua tarau vary tavoraoie
Savtntn aaaeaata in taa N-t)raaaa ia . -
infi oil J i.mn .UMicinuua aara six o.t
. n. c:tu!ttd nu-nniullv. Ona dollar
.art au a tmunt. 1 ftriuua
Kaaa Tovx aaoavy aaa Tainahlaa la a
aro Jf-pnail hu taa Aawrican ia
Lvpoau 'aojta In uia Bea buildinn: SI
rnta a 1'ux. 7 C fiamir. praaidant.
3Kra Sara C Icn-irail Bozlad "Hid
rinsral if Mrs. Evr C. Niriaul. rio Oletl
dunday. w.4 Mfid Tueaaay afternoon at
rfsiilente. 3aucrjrt strwt. aurlai
.vj, n Ptxiapwt liill ctmrtiry.
radarai. Crar ac Xaattao Tha 3aar li
ttirrn uf Ilia t'niioJ dtaics v-unra fur taa
itatlns dlatr-i-l wt:i ;onvne next Moll
.lay. It will ue a Jiiry term, wltn Juda
T. C iluimer uf Luiculn jr. 'ilr.tf.
Kaarac Caaa Ccoaaa My alawih la A
motion tiaa twn flliHl in im United dtatea
,-:reuJt ouurt ay liia deffndania in ihe
Huaked va Hearat ae. aaa:n for mum
rectf'.o aiSeaaiUiiia. T!ie har!n on tha
moiiun 0m had bfur Jud W. H.
Manner oa Martn 1.
-alaoaatt aaa ttuaaa ta Btfaal B. L.
Wlnclieil. prsdent tt tile Aurk Ldtaod.
wio want l.lnmiil iJmaiJa TnAm?. will
Soa at tMe annual bannnet of the Com-mrrc-al
e!ut nr O.iuncrt 91uffa 5aaren "X
E. F Cur.nf, fnnmr mayor of Chlcaan.
wll a.ao M - guaat of rha c!uh at Uiat
lriaa Xarrtad Kama rtu y a woman
supposed to b Stra Hutle Ivary af Tira
ai-ed ac tna . - -
out tna una of Ui man who married Xiaa
'arr.at Tvorr January "8. Tha anni In
.a caaa la ihei-kr-y KaatHiu a Syrian 31
r of aJR. Trim noupia were marrted bv
.tiK" Lailn. Tha lnniar-na; woman cnpicd
nf t ie nama of the man and departed.
aort Term of aaaral Court, as XoCaaa
-rv,- term of tii United SLalea oiurtj t
M-t-'nna wnicn bates n Mcrnday momma;,
Fresh Soda Crackers
Taey come to your table just as crisp and daiy as
when rhey Left th bakery. The triple scaled, wax
liceti cartons keep them ia perfect condition, free from
dust and moisture.
Takarna Biscnits are made in white cle ovena on
the tcp door of a million dollar bakery - where air and
unshine are pientifaL
There L nothingr else like them.
Try a package today Takoma Biscuits are at your
jrocer' ia Sc and 10c packages.
lQpSE-ILE3 E15CUT CCMPA.NY
'inwed NUinilay venn), w't'.i notiimK tinnij
n uie :rm.n.U line iiiU .jut ill'.ie .lmnif .n
::ie c;vil anil tniuity Jne. M;iranni ITunT.
LlBtrirt .Vitomey 'jtie ind Dlir:t ilera
Hnyz illumed ;u Cmaiia T laaauy mur-iin.
Karaay Xibla Claaa Rev J M. Krs-y
pasuir -)f the J"ni Chnatlan. wiil liuid aia
mtf.iiar r'.iLttB r.-r Bible study tlun evinini
tiie c-Turcn. Thia ciaas .a srowin- taal
ax eaun meing. Uaat T ltaoay iunt tlie
aumuT present waa 3t and lomtf.n Dr.
lir!ey xei;a to oavi at leaat en
roiled. IMiml ol atacalaax7a TUnam A.-.:iur
Wannin.oilf. tna younn man icijileniaily
allied at tile ameitma wirXa ny ijeinn
iiauant in a revolving naf? Sunday mum
Ins. wi!l !a buned. WJneartay murnina in
Uia jHrman Catholic ;-mtery Ui 4uut
Omaia. The fiinerai w!ll oe .laid at tile
'lome. 1M3 Mnnli Twanty-et;tind itiaU at
i .I'euirk. and at tne nurn if 3t. Mary
MaadUiene. Xine..nta and CtwlSH straeta.
at 10 i lork.
Allaajwd Xoraa TSuaf BmnJ, Qvar On
tiia cha:-jf .if dorse stuailna, WJllant
Chestnut, a 3iman nerv- was ixiund over
to Uie liatrlrt court TJeauay mominu aTter
walvnn prellminarv examination in police
court. His bund wia fixed t S. Cheat
nut ia tn man wno left Omaha auademy
iaat wek after dismsina; .if a ream, ne !iad
ben drfvinit ?nr bia npwver. named
Wanalina;. r-etwtlve bromfht him
mu-K fr"m St. Joaerh. wnon n was ar
raatPd by the police.
Qoaar wh imli Waoaia Wltti a
claim Miat he broke inro .lis former land
latly's house becauas ane asked him to do
an. Ike Hart aaked Police Judge Cmwfm-d
to release him when a .-harge of diiMuriing
the peHi-e waa filed against Hart Tueaday
mumir.g. However, the judge thougnt that
he needed a little i'"M rst and ent
um to ;ail for thirty dayi. Hr'i hom la
it iWT uth Twntleth ireT. J4ra. ott.
HJ Nnrh Fureenth r. w ia the com
piainaxit. Tha an samirl mivar la 0ood 'mtnrr
to t- actlona aX other hig nvm 'n going
.ut on a hign !tmsome at thie eann of
ilia year, the Miseour! -vr.r s wry 'rac
'.ahie nd .a acf.ng better this jeaaon rhan
1 ordinarily does. There '.8 no significant
-tse repoi-ed in rao r-v-r at any point
aixivi) imaiia. Al Blair it s U a anit ol
Ki ?. A: Omana he xe began going out
Monday aftarniwn and a fa-1 of e'ght-temha
of a foit a reported, wiile it P'Bttaimiuth
a fail of 1.1 ia rpur-e-l. The .-iiannel :a
fairly well open from liicux City and :he
Ice m going out In a very ordcrty dinner.
A a Aaawttta fr Oraagrs.
It ia .uestlonaoie if any animal on ear .a
aould duplicate the swallowing feat that is
to be seen daily uir aa often aa a tnurtst
cornea along) at the Cawaiun oatrfch farm
In South Pasadena. Cal. fie ostriches on
this farm are veniauie giants of their race,
aavtng respondt'd genemuaiy to the gemai
eilmain. good food and srientiftc care.
Oranges are one of their great dainties,
especially tha big 'tiael" varieties, meas
uring upward of three and a half inches :n
diameter. One oid patrtarcn named Em
peror William" will catch the oranges one
after another. fill ten ftwt above the
ground, until an even luaen may be seen
at tne same tlms sluwiy bumping down his
long expanaa of neck, to he finally loat in
the ruffle of feather wnere mark and body
Join: "William ' haa been known to gulp,
hirry-flva to forty orangea :n suocessuon.
and tha fart tnat its is in robust health
at 3 yaars of age seems to indicate Uiat
California oragnea agree won turn. Wor.'d
at Home After
Stop in Omaia Xonday Jigiit He
turaimj from Canada Father
Nellie P . wrio iiaa neen oiiawng f wn
her home and f!mt arnersaootita haw
; been unknown to her oar-nis T-r over two
i now at her home a? '-etturo.
Mo. dhe -pent Momtey ojisnt at t!ie Pnxton
hotfj n Omana and ipft here ar!v Tuea-tiiir-iing.
iutc Senator Pf-k of Mis
iurt. her Taiher. was in Omana yesterlay.
. The rutiier icft -us icme and huranees
; and legtFiaiive a;'f:urs Monday upon re
cetvng news of hiH laugtiter s prepuce in
I -Smersnn. Man. AccumpHr.v'ng him was
i A. Mit"ail. a prominent hank.r .jf
Westboro. The two marked out to go to
; '"anaila and met 'tie gtr!. and A. L Wxnb.
; her farmer's husinese partner, who waa ne
j ported to have eloped with her.
Arr-tng in Omana Toeaday morning, tne
, two men found that !elle P"ck had regta
' 'ered under her own name and address at
. the Piston h"tel Monday evening and had
j waved "here over night. When the men
, reached Omana she whb -in her way to
A telegram enm nn home ahout 'J i -lock
! T lesday moming -old 3-naior Pi k that
j his daugtitiT hud ar-:vf.l m W-stbun and
he need not go further :n h hunt for her.
Tt is lndiTstiMiil that Webb '.a mil ir
Smeracn. Man. Hanker MeCail waa H'rom-
panytng Senator P-k to Canaita in order
, to meet W-nh and relieve him from some
i ir-oihle whim he 'ejegmphed he waa :n..
ili'ail ind Pk rertimed to W-sthorn
T'lewiay if frnnon.
How :-an any person riBk taking some
unanown etiug.b wtnedy w-ien Foley
Honey and Tir l a them no more' I; is
a safe rmey. tmtains no harmfjl dnigs.
and furi tae most obstinate aoughs and
rnlds. Wiy ex;ier-ment wtii your health
Insist upon having the genuine Fiiey s
Honey and Tar r r sa.e hy ad Ir-iggtsts
' BSSest ir Day
, 3anka Break lecords First of 3ffarca '
, with Total of Over Three JO- j
! lion Soilars. ,
Cmana hank clearings went snartng Toes- j
tay and broke ail previous " orOs for a j
day. The .-leartngs were tS.SI.Ml.Ji. At th.
present rate of increase tha record for the I
w-ek also will be broken. j
Tha week of Marrh 1 is always the argeat '
in hank clearings for 0'mana. and juat aa :
ne first week .n Mareh br ike a,l previous :
reroms iaat year, tha rr-cord being Ci-
QS.J'J.JS. so tiie present W'-fK huts fair to I
beat that record. i
Mareh 1 ia i sort of clearance day on farm !
ioana in Nebraska, ihe time w.ien tartners '
pay up on tneir leaees and pav tiieir mart- !
gages and r-new eawa and the tiosinesa is j
.landled in large measure tnrough taa i
Omana banka 1
JJ mw -jsT7 .. .... 1
r0x. - n
FARM USDS CO AT BARGAIN 1
3tars Than SlOfl.OOO Worth Chamj-
2LL3TZ3JZ23 LET GO E3L3DTG3
imf ef tle ttlnM Tmm "Je,fer
aad T rm Reed OniNiar
Dffiilii er Sixty Tknm4
Fm ami ses.ir.g n Dougias num
at rate whirti would milii-ai t.iat Uie
county a o cnange lands. More
ban n'rt worh .if Linda n the 'nntily
werw ftoiU Montla'-- Wbr-t:ie- t -A beeauee
aat-m jirifn ir" sfraul lie i-mir muse
ill cost C ..':' t ije'a..s r.cw is 4 de
mand wi.rh ;jrnjf3 mi-i ir t r-i. ihe lt'ii.
ers -mi nol. jut wime .if the most va.uan.ie
ianus n the. .imnfy are se.ilug as '.huugn
they were on t-.e bargain counter, marte-i
down from Cn per acre to IP Jb
The Byron Rcd .-orapany soid pi
or:i if 'a:-n MiraiH nfl lid -i.n : an
avr a vrr mi nir vnr xl t!(ilt:i:tin.
Mary IL. 3mi. a 'riinr iiio imau. wild
ItO a-r9 near Waamnston u Claas Kaehl
'or Hi i.i
X . .fni. a VTr:nia oner .jf Xfbnma
lands, aild :tD tun ax miles u: .if Irv
maton u jonn Kj. in-inarm fur Sb..W.
HUT K- Ban sniil ;M ;irra near Waan
aur.on -it jaarrtn Kaua for til. uo.
P. l lia.l ih1 a raiuauie 'racl juat ar
if Miilard o Junn Swmuiic fnr t;.mi.
Silxaiwiii Duron auid W. T. Wfcjnn t
raxm .Tf J aunu wst rf 3-nnina-:on for
EX? and" Mr W-vidrjn sold U acra of :t
tu Bennar? 'iirtacn for GO.jlOl
Joacpn JaVOnvaTui sold J. A. Junnmn a
rait of land omprainn ITS acre m ae
?'ai:e nver atiuth w-l .f Millard, for t3)..
Harry Pape is ;
Out of Pocket'
Yauth Saddeaiy Disappears and
Mother 31amei Saloon Keeper
far His Absence. :
Harr;- Pane, a '.7-year-d imy who lived
with his ijarMta. Mr. and Java. Jamis
Pape. jr . at Fifty-Co ur-.ii and Center
streets, and worked aa a orsa feeder at
the Western Newspaper 'Jnion. F'fienui
and Howard strcla. haa disappeared from
hume and work and has nut seen seen by
ma family since Friday morning.
It feard :ha. scmething anusua may
have happened ia mm .id a ia.oun keeper
who has :en veiling ilquur .o Uie boy
for some time .a hiamed for :he lad's lis
appearaace. The mother says - ;en ber
sun returns, she will have a .mpiaint
filed against Lhe aaiiein keeper fur aeillng
ilquor ai a minor.
Police, parents and frtends . have been
searching fur Har-y. but w:i;iout success.
The iaat heard or seen of him waa by
members of a family on duuih Thirteenth
street, who ara well known oy tha Papa
famiiy They say mat he was :n the
neigntrarhuud jf their no me Saturday aight
and waa miuxicaied.
Drawing Uia pay Saturday alternuon
young Pape iel'l tha printing office wnare
he has worked sinco four years ago. and
he tailed Ui gu to ori again Monday.
xcept tpat he has recent. y acuuired the
aauit of drtnaucg whenever be money,
and has become inuixtcated a few times,
tha aul ia aaiu Ui be steauy and reliaolu
and is nut known to have had auy iroutiie.
He :a leacr-.bed aa being five reet flv
jicnea in heignu weigning lie pounds, wear
ing dark ciuthua and a black soft box, and
aupeanng aevcrai y.-ars older than he
Woman is Wise
but Badly Duped
Elope, with Sashing Young Xaa,
Who Daahei Cff with Wronj
Mrs. Ei.iei J. Hoi in ml haa .-Mumed to
.ier Chicago frtenoa a wiser woman han
she ieft them.
She became enamored if a lashing young
T.an by the name of Vi. 3. While and con
cluded to ahandun iter huaoand and elope
with him to Meuraska.
The eiopemem ocrurtd In Novemher and
the ooupie came to omana for a inurt
Toneymoun. While here While managed :o
secure pnaeesaion of a Tioney oroer mailed
to Ti. B. White of Dee Moines, promptly
endorsed it. "H. BlUings White." and se
curing uie funds on tue order, whicn waa
for another H. a White, and then sgipped
with his brtde to L.ncoin.
They Tew high hera for a few weeaa on
the proceeoa of tile monev order, and then
rhe caeO ran low Mr. White disappeared
from Lincoln, leaving his bride destitute.
Ha went to Kansas and airr showed up m
A few weeas ago his xhsnilnned hr-de re
turned to Chicago, but nut o her husband.
She uaa nuiir.od the postai authorities if
the money order transaction, and aow the
postoffire inspectors ar hunting for H.
Blillngs White, and his hrtde is going to
heip them land him in the. -ceptacie pro
vided for men who -ash money jrders that
io put beiong to rhem.
Club Has Plan
to Better Roads
Legrslanvs Committee af Commercial
Orxaixaaon WiH Tell Law
makers What to Do.
The Commencal club of Omaha aaa ita
Ideas on auw goud mads can aa seeured
and will nut some suggestions to the statu
egialacure aa weil aa to congmaa
The legislative cumnutlee. slug ia
headed by Howard H. 3a.il r-ge outlined a
pian at tne meet.ng ef the executive com
mitttee Tuned ay. wnicn wll be orgd ay the
Tha suggestion 'a that ttie government
set a nine an appropriation and thai stairs
maae aunillar ailowancea When a county
wants better roads, t will file appUt allieis
and the state government will pay one
third, tha federal government one-third and
the oaunty or abutting property owners tne
Of oourse the rnade will have to meet j
with approval and be a part of a systematic !
plan wnu n will nake them the great net
good to the -argeat aum oer.
The "boom germ ' ai sprouting at the
Cbnunereiai rlub under the gentle influence
sf apnng. the Dog Star, or Chairman
Edgar A. ien. The attaodence at tha execu
a committee meeting Tneeitiy waa tha
jtrgeat :a many years, twin memnars
beir.g present out of twamy-flve.
Dr. A- H. Roonet and Lsvutenant Paul
8. Duncan of the navy rerr-irtiag station,
wcxw voted bunurary atmmomrm of Cos duo.
New Arrivals at
Costumes and Street Frocks for Spring 13C0.
The Spring Tailored Saita We Ars Sliowin at $25.
(.'ome in an uniiu.nilv jrcat variefy. -how hotii
the strictly tailcreti ;inii the sliiriitly f-iacy rrnjilei.-. fash
ioned of the new serx??. mannish. wortetif and the new
Ottoman .'ioths. The iine of the heavy prii-ed imported
suit.- ;ire f ii'owi 'iose!y in desixniaj these woniier
fnliy --mart and fashionable suits at twnty-fiv dollars.
Imported Suit3 and Novelty Suits,
Specially Priced at $35, $33, $43 and $53.
It is vastly to your advantax to seleet your tailor
made ?uit for spring now. We present exclusive -tyies
in the arce niateriaiii anil most modiah rolorinz for
1'.!?. There is a metrorjKilitan daah anl eieifance about
these suita that is noteworthy. Stocks are authentic.
We Present tne Newest Arrivals in
Costumes and Street Frocks at $25 to $50.
Models ar shown in this irrjup that are especially
desizaeti and adapted for afternoon and evening re
quirementa as weil a.s for street wear. Materials axe
satin, benaraiine. meteor, ottoman cloths, shantnnsrs
anil broaicioths. Many very elaborate. These frocks
will be thid spring's biest success.
in Olden Days,
"Did Jot Court YjUH Men Then."'
Declares DaTid Anderson at
"The g:r:s and women of that age lid
not bang their hair, wear merry w'duw
hats or court the young men. The boys
and men had not acuuired tha haujl of
parting their hair in the middle, wearing
liamunds or operating auu.muuilca. '
So xike David Anderson in tailung of
the good oid times when he. now 77 years
of age. waa a gay young stnpilng. The
occasion waa Uie 77th lurtiiaay it Mr.
Aauerstm. ceietirated at South Omaha
Monday night by the OnU F-silows of winch
Mr Andersen 'a paat grand maater.
3winty -seven years ago there were hut
fnr-y miles of railroad in this uiiubut. '
said Mr. Aoderoo n. 'There were no tele
phones or pnonegrapns. There were faw
muroers and rarely a suicide. Etheumatiara
and appendicitis were sran-ely known and
"hildren were rsred n hands of Industry
and evervhmiy worked, 'ncludlng father
Mr. Anderaon toid of the onndltinn of
he tenantry at large when he waa tvim.
sayng that President Jackson was serv
ing h'S second 'erm and tnat for ner P-s-aler.ta
Madison. Munme and John '4'iincy
Aji am s were still oilve Abraham Linmln
waa but 2 years oid and thia .muntry was
inhabited only hy wld Indians and wild
"What a pienaant memore a delightful
thought and satisfactory wtrnspeet as one
iournri's aiorg toward 'he sunset to view
with genuine complacency the work of a
long, eventful and well aoent ilfe. My
eaitiest and prayerful wish ia 'hat every
me pr-sent may live as long aa I have
'.lvd and n;oy aa good heaiin and be
blessed w-th the bounttfil gtf.a of nature
aa I have been. '
The celebration took the form a din
ner, with JD gathered around the board,
rhe speakers were J. H. Van Duaen. B. H.
Fomsworth. Mr. Leigh and David Ander
sen. A.l paid high tribute to Anderson aa
a pioneer in Odd Feilownhip and aa an
active energetic and entemfBing citlren of
Suuia Omaha who had accomplished much
'or the uplifting of the Magic City.
Ta Kill sua Cvtl Oaav.
C-ed orange peel allowed to smolder on
a ;iie of red-hot r"B or on an old snovel
will kill any had odor in a room and leave
a fragrant one behind.
We Offer $1,000
For & Disease Germ That Liquocide Cannot Kill
Thia offer goea out won every hoitlo ,
of Liquocide. Do you suppose we would
to 'hat if any knuwn germ could resist it'
Ijijuoelde ia f"r tiiose who beile'e that
a germ Use-aae .-ails for a germicide: mat
the ger-na muat he killed before the trou
ble .an end. Tou nave douoiiesa triad
the oid ways, snd you know the reauita.
We aaa you to rrv ns new way; to try
t at our axpenae. ITse wr.at millions aaa
land and inam nt they know aoaut it.
Tou are not fair to yourself until you do
What Liquocide Is
L.ijuociae is a tonic-gemxicjde the vir
tues of which sre lerivaj soieiy from
oxide gaaea. No aicohul. no narcotiu.
nothing but gaa enters into It. Tha pro
cess of maaiog reiiirea arge apparatua
and consumes 14 .lays' time. The nojeet
is to so combine the gaaea wttti a ituuid, aa
to .-ai-ry their virtaea jito the system.
Tha resuit Is a germicuie su certain
that we puhiian with every boit.e an offr
of ti.juS for a disease germ tiiar Liuuu
aa cannot kill. It destroys uiem twiUM
germs are of vngetaoie or gin. But ta
the buoy Liuuocide .a exhilarating, vital
That ia ita main distinction. Common,
germiciaea ara poisons wnen taaeg in
ternally They are imunaaibla for they
destroy the tissues aa areil aa die garnia
That ia way medicine oruvua au peipiese
for Mayor Only
' V:li PositsTely Be-fase to Be a Caa-
didata for the City
Haty B. Zimman says he will positively
refuse to become a candidate fnr council
man from the Third ward, that lie is a can
didate for mayor, ami that lie will ,et :ie
petition filing for councilman lapse by de
fault. The petition asking t:iat my name he
placed upon the hailot aa a eandiuaui fur
cnuni-ilman waa filed in oDpoailiun to my
wtenes and over my protsst. ' lie said, 'and
I am orry .t araa fUetl. fur some people
will misunderstand it. I have filed for
mavor and I will 'stick' to that riling. I
mend to pwpare a piatform snur!y ind
axpect to make a hard campaign, both be.
fore and after the pnmares. '
BCY WOULD LEAVE FATHER
TO UVE WITH HIS MOTHER
Mrs. Wmllf WaeWer. Dlvseneii frwas
Job n rmser, Aaiia ihst 1s Hay
.aaaa H Is Owa ' wardtiia.
Arthur Frenaer. aged '.4 r.srs. wiiues to
ieavi tha home of ms fatiier. Jmiii M.
Frenzer snd go :o 'lv with ins motiier.
Mrs. Ma.Ile M. Maidtey. says the latter.
Mrs. Mac key divorced her husband five
y ars ago. Mn. Mackey came into -ourt
Tuesday asking that Arthur F-enxer. bav'ng
mached his lth year, be allowed aa t.ia .uw
provides to name ins own guu.ilav Sim
avers in her petition that tne buy wnies
to name her and swears that he Is thrat-n-ing
to run away from home and iu nut
going to school unless he is allowed iu
leave his fatiier' s mof and cume to bers.
Whan the Frensera were .llvorce-1 tiie
father waa awarded the custody of At-iiur
and a younger brother and the mother go'
their Uttie iri.
Donald Hllcy prefers soldiering in the
Philippines to supoortng Ins wife. Ilda I
Riley, says Mrs. Riiey in a pennon fur
dlvorra Biley. wno was engaged :n iifWu
paper work in Cmaiia prior to tile Spanien
Anunun war. went tu Cuoa and then u.
the Philippines. He m three yeara n tne
isianda. The first year he wrote froeiv
the second year Mudum. and the llnr.1 year
not at ail. ' During these tiiree years only
Cil waa sent her. runs the chartsc.
Hoi ever, wtien Hilev oori.ed up in tlu
summer of Ustl Mrs. Hiiey furgav :iim and
they lived together irrni A.igvan .in:ii
October. Then the . ail of tiie ig.-ir-ues ir
in leaiing with germ lleeaaes. Liqim idr.
on the contrary, ai t a aa a remarwaoie
We Paid S100.000
For the ngnte to Liouocide. after thoua
aads of teeta had been nviuie wit a it.
After ita power bad iieen demonst rated for
mure than two ysra in the moat ulrflcult
germ .llaeaaea. Conditions whiih had re
sisted medirine for years yielded at nt
to it. and diseases eoiuuitrM incurauie
That waa seven years ago. Since men
tmliluna of peou in every part uf the
wnd nave snared in tiie twnef tj of .aia
inventlua Near:." every iiaoilet. ry
nelghburhuod. has .Ivtng e -tauiu.es of tta
sewer. Now we aa rnii tu :et it io lor
you wnax it did fur them.
Most of eur sicanesa haa. in late years
been traced to fwiti sttacka itume genus
aa in sain troiioiee uireci.y attai a
tha tlssuea Some create tuiina '-anting
urn croon i ea as Rheumatism. Bluud
Poisua. Kidney Dlanass aad nerve weaa
naaa. suns deatrwy vital organ aa n
Ceaaumptlua. ama ilka tha gertna uf
O alarm create iiiflaumaauon: eoma cause
intligeatlun. In ona at these ways, nearly
every eenoua ailment ir. a germ peauiu
Such oontlltluna call for a Kem-iic:de.
nut for cumreus dr-aga. LaquaM-uie tus
what other means caauot acoompilea. aaid
JlAJAAJ. JL.a.a.A.aVaa.a a
afV "T"SB . T
Mm ill ui
We illtittrtit hi'n a of oar
.inirt:nng stirred Rllev agmn and he and
ins w fe lie was oir.g back to Lusun and
left uer Since '.ien she ways she has mil
hcai-1 iioin turn and does not know whether
ne s now in Manila or 'vVaauington. D. .
George F Weaver sacs Kai.iryn M.
Weavr. nleging -leeertion. The couple
Sen married m Steuiienvtile. O.. n 'JM'Z.
Y. M. C. A. BOYS TO GRADUATE
Claaa a Tomtv-c I ve Wilt Pi eeeil
frwm Jf n five ia Mew's Depscte
men t 7r1dnv.
Commencement exercises w II be held at
the ruing M-n s Or-Bt'.ait snaMMatlnn F-i-
ia" nigni whin twenty-'lwe young me-i
Till a-railuute f-nm t.ie hovs' department
to ine department for men. The t-xen-iaes
will 'iic -he form of a powwow wth mov-
rg picmr-K ind sneti.hrs. Pictures of ine
Olympic games will .ie inuwn and views if
t ie new Tmng Men s Christian association
pa k. A.liiresaea will he made by F A.
Roninann. S. W I'unningham. E. F Deni
son and 3. F Wine. The ixiys wll aiee
arfe p.ir n the progmm with orations
anil musical numbers.
Durng uir ng vacaiton. "he "ant week 'n
Mar it. everti hikes will be taaen. Tha
longest one ti lie a contest between tiis
"ma;ia and Lincoln Tmng Mens Chr-siiat
ansiriaiton. The Omaha hoy a will walk
from here to tiie Lincoln Young Mn s
"hnsiian asaociatinn and lile Linioln boys
wll -everse. Boys muBt he 18 years oid
or older. The city getting the largest, per
cem of st u'ers to f nisn first w'na
Ta Dlswnlsra tha Cilas
j of stumnrt. liver and Itiuney triubies and
( cure tuliouenees and maisr'a take SJeciro
' aittvr. iaranteel. j&c. F ir sale by
3ststcn Crug C.
Manv ungiaae-.l iow'i and vaaes so prei'
for mlding iinnmer flowers .Iko sweet p. aa
and nast irtiums are pumui and Urave water
rnarkJ w.'lerever aiev are placed. The seep
age may ie over-ome oy pour"ng melted
pairaifin iito t ie a.- ic.'e. ripning ftnin side
o side until ne maide' .s coaled will a
thin ""im. .
I Aric.'is m treated ran he wasned n
vim m. in manv times before it is neeea-
aary to rej,eat tne operation.
t !b wrong tu -ling to oid wars when mil
.lona of pe.mie know a way that ia better
50c Bottle Free
If y..u w'bii to know wnat Lojuocide
loes pieu.se send la tins coupon. Wo wwl
tnen mail you an oroer nn a lo. ai Ir-jg-gist
for a r i.l-nixe but tie. and will pay
trie druggist ourselves fur it. This la our
fr-e gift. :n4ile to cunvince you; ta let
;ie peijiii't itseif snow you what it can
du. I.i justice tu youreelf. pieaae aci-rot
If today for .t places you unuer no uu.l
gat tuna wn at ever. ,
Loium-ide cosis aiic and $1.
CtT OCT TH1H COCPWS
F'll .1 out and 'nail 'I to the Lliiuosuna
ompauv . C Kiiixie St.. Cturagn.
My dlMeaao a .
r have neve- rned the new L.uooi-hle.
but .r yuii will atippiy me arita a eec
buitiM ij-'e. i will iaaa it.
1 live fill ad trees r-te piainiy
Liiiuocoie ia fii
prmoict wiiicn. in
perfeoe form of tin
ua unglua. furtn. u
Any onysician or ooeultai not vet aatng
LiouiM loe a .14 be g.eil.g HKMilsg fur a
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