Image provided by: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Libraries, Lincoln, NE
About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 28, 1909)
IHfci HL,V: OMAHA. UfcDNhNDAl . APRIL 2S. 1P03.
THOMAS' PROGRESS IS SLOW
Supreme Court as -Yet Isinei No Or
der in Ballot Case.
DIVOUCE IOT FROM OUTH
Apllrtl for Dmt Made hj Mrs.
Rllsafeetai "Will rmtfa eoa.
. tfoa t Mississippi I. re
(From ptff Corresrtlndent.)
T.TNCOLN. Neb., April 27. ftperlsl.)
F.lmer K. Thomas tried during; the after
noon to net a hearing; before four Judge
of tha supreme court on hla motion to
advance the excise board ballot caae. but
no order was Issued by the court during
the day. - Mr, Thomna alleitea that the
diatrlct court erred In holding that a va
cancy occurred - Within the meaning of
the statute, although In fact It may have
occurred prior to the date of the primary
Mississippi Dtrorrr rose.
The news of' the action of Mra. Ellss
beth Walts Instituting divorce proceed
ings In the district court of thin county
aaa.loxt Captain Otis J. Waite appears to
have create! something of a aenmtion In
Jackson, Miss., where the defendant re
Hides and where ha la rated a one of the
foremost business men. The petition was
filed April 17 and the grounds alleged
are drunkenness and extreme cruelty.
The, following dispatch from Jackson
give something of the history of the es
tranged couple: v
Newa has Just reached this cltv of the
beginning- of divorce proceedings In Lin
coln by Mrs. Klizabafh "Watte, w ife tf
Captain Otis J. Waite of Jackson and.
though It created rfo grat amount of
surprise. It has given rise to no little
talk In social and business circles.
Captain Waite in one of the foremost
business, men of the city. He Is vice
f 'resident of the First National bank and
s prominently Identified with numerous
other enterprises. He Is about fill veara
of age and occupies a high social o,sl
tion. The allegation of drunkenness
cause considerable surprise, for be has
never had the reputation of using liquor
to excess. He will contest the case.
Mrs. Walta la less than half the age
nf tbe defendant. She Was formerly
Miss Elizabeth Meacliam nf Kansas 'liv
and a niece tt the captain's first wife.
As such she frequently visited the fam
ily In thla city. Whn she left here It
waa with the avowed Intention of going3
on the stage, but no "woru evei
celved here of her having secured an en
gagement. . 8he warn, at one time con
nerted in an oditorial ranadtv with a
aoclety publication. In "Kansh-.v known
as The Butterfly.
Mra. Waite has visited In Jackson once
or twice since separating from the cap
tain and their relations have apparently
Mrs. Waite has "been in Lincoln for
about a year, and has been boarding with
a prominent fapvly .Sjie Is a woman of
lamer.: rrKina; appearance ana cumireo
manner. Hh,. with her mother and etstrr,
formerly lived Jh Lincoln and left here for
the south eight -or ten ears ago.
The divorce petition' recites that plaintiff
and defendant were married In Kansas
City March 37. 1801, and that he has been
repeatedly and continuously guilty of ex
treme cruelty. He began exhibiting this
cruelty within a few months after their
married life began and continued It dur
ing aJI of the time that they lived together.
It Is charged that he struck her at various
Mrs. Waite stated today that there would
he no content' upon the part of her hus
band, from whom site had secured a volun
tary appearance and waiver of summons;
he was satisfied that she should, secure
! a divorce. She waj aeked If she had ever
made' Inter 'appearance on the stage or at
tempted to secure an engagement, but de
clined to discuss the subject. Tn reply to
a query sa to whether or not she had been
employed since taking up her residence In
Lincoln she stated that she had been ear
ning on a mall order business. She de
clined to make any statement as to her
newspaper experience In K annus City.
Will of I. M. Rirmoii.
The will of the 1st Isaac M. Raymond
which was filed and admitted to probate
Mm- ww :w'
Lot school children
properly brewed aud a
LYad the little book, "The Road to Wellville," in pkgs.
Foslum Cereal Company. Limited, Battle Creek,
yesterdsy, aat executed January JR. IK.
By Its terms testator bequeath to his
widow all of the household goods, horses
snd rarrlag-ea. To his ton'. Donald A. Ray
mond he leaves his watch and chain, and
to hla sister. Ada M. I-anslng. he gives
an undivided half Intereat In lot t block
IK. Lavender's addition and tl.s In cash.
All of the other property Is divided among
the widow and four children, share and
At the hearing It developed that the
estate Is worth approximately t2M.4n and
that It consists of the wholesale, bualneaa.
bank stock, real estate and bonds. No
Inventory has yet been filed. By the terms
of the will the widow and William H. Ray
mond are made executors, and though the
decedant requested that they be allowed
to serve without bond, Judge Cosgrave
required surety In the sum of $60.n, It
being his policy and that of 'the law to re
quire bond In all auch cases.
The Inheritances tsx which will be paid
to tha county on thla estate will amount
approximately to $J.K. being 1 per rent
on every hundred above flO.flno inherited
by the legates.
Treatsrer Bays Roads.
ftate Treasurer Brian, who went to
Rolse City to bid on an laaua ef 400,CO of
Idaho state bonds, telegraphed hla office
that he succeeded In getting 1140.000 pf the
Issue. The bonds bear 4 per cent Interest
and were bought at par. Prior te this pur
chase the siate of Nebraska om-ned over
STOO.Gus of Idaho atate bonds.
I.ee Will nisi for More Men.
Clinton R. lee of the Lee Broom
Ouster company, has returned home and
will enliven the contest for convict labor
by making a bid for forty or fifty more
men. He has a contract for 360 prisoners,
but In view of the proposition from a Si.
Louis man to employ convlcte to make
overalls at the penitentiary, will bid tar
May Cause Death
J. R. Shoal? ; of Lincoln Probably Fa
tally Hurt at Roialie-Taken
to Sioux City.
ROSALIE, Neb., April STtSpecial Telo
Siam.) J. R. Shoaf, conductor of a work
train on the Burlington's Sioux City
branch, waa probably fatally hurt today by
the breaking of a hawser on steam shovel.
The big wire snpped, the end striking
Shoaf In the head, fracturing the skull in
two places. The Siaux City passenger
train was due in a few minutes and was
held thirty minutes so the Injured man
cojld be taken to Sioux City for medical
and hospital treatment.
Mrs. Shoaf, who was staying hers while
her husband waa employed on kpeclal
service, accompanied him. He revived
shortly after the accident for a moment,
sufficiently to recognise his wife. Shoaf s
home Is In Llnceln.
Rertaka Pleads Gallty.
BEATRICE, Neb., April 2T.-(Special
Telegram.) Ferreno Bertuka was arraigned
In county court on the charge of murder
ing John Preuhs. an It year-old boy at
Wymore las' Saturday. He pleaded not
guilty and waa remanded to Jail to await
his prellmlnry which will be held next
Saturday. He denies that he murdered the
boy, but la not aa talkative as he was the
day pf the. arrest. .
Antonio Arenslo of Omaha., who repre
sents the Italian consul, has arranged to
secure consel to defend Bertuka In case
he decides to stand trial.
Baatks Ready fr Robbers.
ASHLAND, Neb., April ST. (Special.)
The local banks of Weston. Ithaca, Cereaco
and Wahoo have recently Installed new
burglar-proof manganese safes. Thla action
was Inspired by the robbery of the bank at
Ceresco last autumn.
"Students Not Allowed
"A fev cents 'will buy a very fair lunch at the
New Tech. High,' Cleveland.
"But Students are not allowed to drink coffee
without a doctor's prescription."
Good evidence that thinking people educators
and others know coffee is a thing to tte ueed with
Well posted people now understand why coffee
drinking should be regulated by the doctor. It con
tains a drug caffeine which is the cause of numer
ous ails, little and big, some becoming serious.
Postum is right for "School Lunch-ftooms," as it
contains no coffee or other. harmful substance.
Postum is made of clean, hard wheat, skillfully
roasted including the bran-coat wherein Nature has
grown the valuable phosphate of potash. This or
ganic, " vital" salt is necessary to rebuild wasted
brain and nerve cells.
School children use up an enormous amount of
brain and nerve cells they're growing fast.
have Postum with good cream or milk. They like it when
week's time will tell a tale of good nourishment.
"There's a Reason" for
Joke Proves Fatal
, to Men in Boat
Frank Ingrain and. Fred Barker Are
Drowned in Hirer m Remit of
Frank by Former.
TBK.AMAH. Neb., April 27.-(9eclel.
Word was received here this morning that
Frank Ingram, better known as "Scat,"
and Fred Baker, were both drowned in
the Missouri river near Decatur Sunday
Ingram and Uearge Rathbourne were op
erating a floating saloon about four and
one-half nfllea north of DecaAir. and were
returning to Decatur about "; Sunday
evening m crmpany with Fred Baker and
Milton levering, an Indian, In a skiff.
Ingram was rowing the boat and thought
he would glvo the others a scare by hit
ting a snag in the middle of the river. He
did, and Instead af the beat sliding off to
one aide it went down, throwing them all
Into the water which was, perhaps, fortv
feet deep. Rathbourne and tne Indian hunt
onto the snag, but the ther two were
drowned. It was nearly 10 olock before
these two were rescued and they were
almost chilled to death. The Indian let
loose of the anag: and went down twice,
but being large and fat he floated and was
towed in behind a boat about yards
belew where the boat capslsed. It is said
that they all had been drinking before
leaving the saloon.
FIRE GREATLY DAMAGES
PAPER PLANT AT BLAIR
DasUs Latheraa BalldlaaT and Flaat
Almost Wiped Oat Wortk Over
Fifty Tkooaood Hollars.
BLAIR. Neb.. April 27.-Special.)-Flre
almost wiped out the plant of the Danish
Lutheran Publiahlnb house at 3 o'clock
this morning. The fire department by hand
fighting kept the fire within the brick
walls snd saved 'several adjoining business
The fire started In the basembent and Is
supposed it was started from some papers
left in the basement. The plant is under
the management of the Danish Lutheran
church and Is valued at about teO.WW. The
stock and the machinery, type and fixtures
are appraised at $3S,000. A new linotype
machine had Just been Installed at a cost
of $3,000 and one Is already In use worth
about the same. The house publishes the
"Danskeren,". a semi-weekly newspaper,
"Dansk Lutheran Klrkeblad," officii- paper
of the Danish Lutheran church and several
othe publications of the church. The stock
of psper, hooks, stationery, etc., Is almost
an entire toss, as is also the furniture and
fixtures snd the Inside wood work of the
building and all plate glass. The loss on
tha machines and type Is hard to estimate.
The Insurance held on the entire plant is
$22,000. The manager H. 8cov Nelson think
the piant will be rebuilt at once as soon as
an adjustment can be made. They em
ployed about fifteen people' and their busi
ness waa In a prosperous condition. The
president of the board of managers, A. C.
Welsmann is at present In Denver, Colo.,
and was notified by wire and is expected
hers at ones.
Waterloo) Wlas Championship.
WAHOO. Neb., April 27. (Special.)
Wahoo High achool debating team de
feated tha BlaJr High schcol Uam. , The
question debated was, "Resolved, That Dis
putes Between Capital and Ibor In the
Railroad Buainrss Should Be Settled By
Boards of Arbitration, with Compulsory
Powers." Wahoo had the affirmative and
was represented by Miss Mary Wright,
Psul Good and Miss Blanche Rogers. Blair
argued against compulsory arbitration and
was represented by Reed O'Hannon, Win
field Ress and Ernest Smith. Wahoo re
ceived the unanimous decision of , the
Judges. By this victory Wahoo wins the
Or, send for a copy, to
Michigan, U. S. A.
championship of tha -Bast Central district,
and will send a representative to l-lncnln
May 14 to take part in the state cwntest.
Af ed Man at Millard, Through De
spondency, Endi Hit Life by
Hit Own Hand. '
MILLARD. Neb, April ZT.-tPpeiia!.)
Teter Knnnagell. 70 years of age and for
twenty-six yeara a resident of this place,
committed suicide about noon Monday by
hanging himself In a barn in the rear
of Fred Marode's hotel and saloon.
The body' was found st 2.30 o'clock
this afternoon and the deed was com
mitted sometime between 11 o'clock and
that time. Despondency Is thought to
have been the cause of the Suicide but
no especial cause can he ' assigned as
KonnageM, although well 'advanced in
years, wss in vigorous health and still
pursued his occupation of well digger.
He leaves five daughters, three of
whom live here, one In Omaha and one
In the state of Washington.
Coroner Heafey waa notified as soon
as the body was found and came here
st once and . held an inquest.- The
diet of the Jury was that dea
due to suicide by hanging and was caused
It Is probably vhat the bodv will be
sent to Davenport. la., for burial. Kon
nagell had been a member nf the Daven
port lodge of Odd Fellows for many
Fire at Exeter
in High Wind
Four Building? Are Destroyed, En
tailing Loss of Twenty-Five
EXETER. Neb.. April 27 -(Special Tele
gram.) Fire starting In Enterprise printing
office about midnight last night and fanned
by the high wind destroyed four buildings,
entailing a loss of almost S25.0W and threat
ened several other buildings. The fire was
finally brought under control by the local
The Exeter Auditorium, worth 17.500. was
totally destroyed. The Enterprise building
and stock, worth 12,000; the Fisher black
smith shop, worth $400; the Pflug building,
valued at $1,300, and tha Vanderklok Imple
ment stock, worth $10,000, are all a total
loss. The Auditorium was Insured at $4,000,
the Vanderklok stock at $6,000 and the Pflug
building at $800.
The origin of the fire Is not known. The
flames were discovered coming from the
Enterprise building by passers by, who
gave the alarm.
Woman and Daughter Narrowly Es
cape Being Burned to Death
it Nebraska City.
NEBRASKA CITT'N..' April" 27.-8pe.
clalj Mrs. Thomas "Ryan.1 after -completing
her labora yesterday ' afternoon, blacked
her atova with a new patent liquid polish
and left the room. The fire had been out
of the stove for some ' time, but it was
warm, in a few minutes her young
daughter entered the room and as she did
there waa an -explosion and she was
enshrouded In a sheet of flames. Her
clothing took fire snd she ran screemlng
Into the yard, but was caught by the
mother, who stripped the blssing clothing
from her body and saved her from being
incinerated, in doing so she burned her
hands badly. The child lost most of her
hair and eye brows and lashes. The
mother returned to the house to find It In
flames, but she extinguished the blaze
without' calling help and then fell ex
hausted In the yard where the neighbors
PASTOR DISCARDS THE CI.OTII
Rev. C. H. CaarcBlll of Tender Leaves
Mlalatry at Oss Request.
PONCA, Neb.. April 7.-pccial.)-The
Niobrara presbyter' at'ita recent meeting
at Stewart, Neb., received motlce from
Rev. Charles H. Churchill, acting pastor
of the Presbyterian church ef Pender, Neb.,
that lie had "quit the ministry" and de
sired, his nsme dropped from the roll of
the presbytery. The mailer was referred
to a committee of Invest gallon. The com
mittee recommended that his name be
dropped from the roll according to the law
of the church. This lets Mr. Churchill out
of the ministry and out of the church as
well. Mr. Churchill has not settled on his
course for the future.
Prealaleat Tsrstr Will Rernala.
HASTINGS, Neb., April 17. (Special )
PrMrit Turner nf llaatinfra ri, 1 1 a
Via completed negotlstions for a fine
home here, the property erected some
years ago by J. N. Clarke, and is plan
ning to occupy It the latter part of the
summer. Dr. Turner is now completing
his second year aa president of the Pres
byterian college and his friends are
pleased to learn he haa bought a homo
and will remain at tha head of the In
stitution for an lndefnlte period, lis has
made an excellent record In his two yeara
In the place and if hs remains as prexl
dent he Is expected te make Hastrngx
college one of tha foremost denunin.a
lional institutions In the west.
err High Schawl Bsads.
HA8T1SO" Neb.. April i7. (Special )
An official rail for the election for the
Issue of high school bonds is being pre
pared, which will be published In a week
or so. The election will lake place May
25. New teachers elected by ihe Board
of Education arc Misa Maters, Kear
ney, latin. In the hUh school; Miss Van
Camp. Beatrice. F.nglisii. tn ths high
school; Mlia Brown, .Kearney, mathe
matics. In the high school. Mrs. Patter
ton, Norfolk, principal ef South ward.
Miss Moore, principal of tha ssvenih
Hevlval at St. Paal Moses.
ST. PAUU . Neb., April (Special .)-
Rev. Mr. Hamilton, a Kansas evangelist,
and Rev. Mr. I'nderwood, a singer, e.sso
ciated with him, finished a five-week union
revival meeting engagement here yesterday
evening with calefactory rtults More
than two hundred persona have taken
a aland for conversion and most of
these. If not all. mill now join the differ
ent churches. Messrs. Hamilton and I'nder
wood left last evening after the meeting
l for a new field of labor in Kansas.
Quick Action for Tour Mor.ey-Voj get
that by using The Be advertising columns.
Camp at Ashland
Commandant Oury Pick Spot in City
Park Where Boyi Will Pitch
ASHLAND, Neb., April 17. ( Speclsl.)
The Omaha High School Cadet battalion
will hold its annual encampment from
June 7 to It at Ashland. Commandant
Harry Oury and Captain Tlotau of the
high school cadeta were In the city Sun
day and In company with the Business
Men's association selected the city park
as the camping place.
The park adjoins the city and possesses
shade, an excellent parade ground and
city water. The Business Men's associa
tion will supply electric lights, fuel,
straw, transportation of baggage and
every facility for the comfort and con
venience of tha cadets. It Is understood
that about 456 cadets. Including the bat
talion band, will be In attendance, in
addition to regular camp duties and bat
talion drills and parades an opportunity
will be given the cadets to witness the
target practice of the regular troops at
the Ashland range on the Platte river.
One day of the encampment will he
known aa visitors' day. when special
tralna for the accommodation of the rel
ativea and friends of the cadets will be
run from Omaha. The young people of
Ashland are also planning on several so
cial events during the week. Arrsnite
ments are being perfected also for the
holding of the university cadet battalion
encampment at Ashland from May i to
'.w Spaa la tha Bridge.
ASHLAND, Neb., April 27.-8pclal.-
The Burlington railway Is building a new
span for Its Ashland-Sioux City line to the
Ashland government range tor the hand
ling of passenger and freight buslners to
and from the camp. Ths county com
missioners have also opened new roadways
to the range.
Nebraska Newa Notes.
BEATRlCK-OhaTles Hackenschmldt, the
wrestler, left this morning tor Oroana,
hern he will try and arrange a match with
BEAT RICK The Young Men's Christian
Association Base Ball team yesterday' de
feated the west side school nine by the
score of 13 to 12.
KKARNEY The funeral of W. Axe
maker, who died Saturday of cancer of
the stomach, waa held Monday forenoon
from the residence.
NEBRASKA "CITY Harvey Prary th
new chief of police has resigned and John
Crlchton has been appointed temporarily
to rill his place. Mr.. rary goes on a
TEKAMAH The ninetieth anniversary
of Odd fellow ship was observed here last
night by the locsl lodge. The evening
was spent In speeches, games and dancing.
Over 200 were present.
NEBRASKA CIT The two sons of ry
den Smith, colored, who have been guiltv
of a nuber of burglaries ok late, have been
sent to the reform achool. Thev were
caught robbing Buller's butcher shop.
BEATRICE Rev. O. H. O'Donnell, for
the last year pastor of the first Baptist
church here, hss tendered his resignation
to take effect In June. He expects to at
tend the Chicago university for a year.
BKATRICB At the home of the groom's
mother, Mrs. L. F. Wright, on Blast Bell
street, this city, Sunday, took place the
tnsrrlajre of Herbert W. Wright and Miss
Elsie Morse, Rev. O. H. O'Donnell offici
ating. PkATTSMOITH George W. Vallery,
general manager of the Colorado Midland
railway, and ills wife of Denver arrived In
this city In his private .car and spent
Sunday with the former's mother and other
KEARNEY James C. Davis of Wiscon
sin, traveling In the Interests of the So
ciety of Equity, spent several days 'n
this city explaining the remedy, he thl; I .
would prevent gambling In farm p.
vlslons and necessities of life.
KEARNEY Colonel Blanche B. Cox of
the Salvation Army spent Saturday and
Sunday In this city, holdlor special meet
ings In connection with tiie local corps.
A very large crowd attended her mealing
at the opera house Sunday afternoon. .
PUATSMOUTH At the regular meeting
nf the city council last evening six saloon
licenses were ordered Issued and two reg
istered druggists were given iind!lon to
sell Intoxicating liquors 111 Plallsmnuth.
This city had seven saloons list year. I
B HAT R.I C iHr- Harry T. Mct'orniick of
Ijos Angeles. Cal., and Miss I, aura Iaw
son were married yesterday at the home
of the bride's parents In this city. The
couple left on an afternoon train for Is
Angeles, where they will make Uielr home.
BEATRICE A number of Italians em
ployed on the Union Pacific section st
Barneston quit work yesterday and left
town on account of the trouble at Wy
more Sundav morning, when all of the
Italians were driven out of the city by a
PONCA-Tlie Hyperlan club held Its last
meeting for the season this afternoon at
the home of Mrs. .1. R. Cherry. After the
roll call ansewered to by some current,
even by each member, there was muslo
and recitations In whnch each member
subLBi-j.iK ttathbun, a merchant of
Shelby, had his right arm broken by his
auto backklcking. Another man was ad
justing Uie vlbialor with a pair vt nip
pers at the Urns he cranked ttie machine,
which caused ths current to short cucull
and reverse the crank.
PLATBMOL'TH Word has been received
that Will Croskery, a former Plattamoutti
boy, got Into a mix-up with hla foreman
nf a railroad bridge gang, John Kdsar
Hedrlck, and had his neck and now,
broken. They were working on . a Bur
llr.gton bridge at Quincj, 111.
TEXAMAH After taking the oath of of
fice the city government was turned over
to the following newly elected officers last
night: A. M. Anderson, mayor; M. 8. Mo
Orew, clerk; C. J. Peterson (president),
Chris Johnson. Junn T. Show, Joe Hrun,
councllmen; Ed Italia, lieasurei; W. T.
NEBRASKA CITY The Inme of Rd.
Johnson was burned yestordav morning.
No one was at home at the time and ths
cause of tha flic unknown. The house
wa.i the property of Mra. H. K. Bradisv
and Insured and the household good were
psxtly Insured. Il Is thought to have b:
Ui work of sn Incendiary.
BEATRICE The Ouse County Medical
society held a special meeting at the P1-
uoca noiei isi rvrniin stiu eiecien lour
rew members. Dr. GassMn of Beatrice.
Dr. Noble of Holmesvtlle. Dr. Keen of V'lr- :
(Inia and Ir W. M Thomas of Plckre'.l '.
Following the meeting a banquet was had j
There were about twenty present.
KEARNEY The dedlcstton eiet- Is-s !
held at the new Odd Fellows' bull; .
Monday drew large crowda of out-ef.
lunii fivupir aii iiw. inv iiiuuiiiinB irKtnii
brought representatK es :f neighboring
lodges to the '. li spread tn Kearney A
big banquet was erert tn the city hall
and a shott program presented later.
PUATT8MOCTH Platte lodge No. 7.
Independent Order of Odd Fellows snd the
Daughters nf Rehekah- No. to. celebrated
the ninetieth anniversary of the foundln
of the order In t:i! country last ever.lns.
Count v Attorney Will C Rameev delivied
an address on "Odd Fe'.lem shlp " Musta !
waa fyrr.lslied throughout the program and
then refreahments mere served.
WYMORE Sunday afiernoon at the
men' meeting at tne Lyric, A. D Mo
("and less delivered the address It waa
der-lded to discontinue, the meetings until
fall A resolut'on wss passed the f
feet that all monies In the hands of tke
treasurer, amounting In all to about YSk
he turned over to Mr snd Mrs P'a'ik
Wlsner. whoa sari was killed by the Ital
ian. Brtuks. flstnrdav. f
NORTH TTATTE The local !o1 of
tha Independent Order of Odd fallows
relebrsted the nlne'seth n!verarv of
that lods at their new hall last night
An appropriate program if mvslc s'd
addresses marked the ocrsslon In wM-h
the Odd Fellews snd Webekahs partrlPatd
Grandmaster H. ft. M'ller. who came 'roro
Lincoln to attend, save an tntarert'ng ad
dress. Os-r Pei nds f Omaha prs
anted with a veteran lewel. He mas
formerly a resident of this city and a
The Rreat Piano Auction Sale by-Mail
closed Saturday, April 24th. Mrs. C. S.
Uagan, Fort Calhoun, Neb., was the highest
bidder. $300.00 waa her bid, and the com
mittee awarded the piano to her.
Hero is her letter:
Ft. Calhoun, Xeb April 2h
1 like my beautiful Fischer piano which 1
bought from you at auction by mail.
T Haw your advertisement in the Omaha
papers. I talked the matter over with my
husband and we decided to send in our bid.
Everything we have ever bought from your
house has been satisfactory and I know that
1 am going to like my piano.
Verv truly vours,
Mrs. 0. S. Hasan.
Subscribed in my presence and sworn to
before me this 26th dav of April,
M. P. Walker, Notary Public.
We wish to thank our patrons for the
great interest shown in this piano auction
by mail. f-
EVERYTHING KNOWN IN MUSIC.
la K o JL
Every stamp collector Is urged to bring In his or her book Wednesday.
We give you ten stamps free. No purchsse required.
The Red Letter. Day at our store means the biggest bargain day"
of each month. We prepare each month for this day to give the pub
lic the biggest values and the best merchandise that could be obtained
For Tomorrow, Red Letter Day, we offer 100 Ladles Tailor Made
Spring Suits, absolutely up-to-date lik.cut and shade ff QC
usually sold at $30, at $10, JD
60 Suits, odds and ends, different shades and good sites values from
$20 to $30 for tomorrow $10.50
We Berured 200 Dress Skirts from one of the leading skirt manufac
turers in New York. Special for this Red Letter Day not a skin
cost less than $10.00, some are $16.00, at $4.95'
The grandest display of Loungren Dresses, tho hlpless and priniCBi
effect beautiful laces, all different shades, values up to $22,
We give double stamps on every purchase on red letter day,
Men's $1.60 and $2.00 Shirt values , 89?
Men's and ladies' guaranteed Hose, 6 pairs for 25
yXkns, beads and patterns at the usual saving PRICES.
HKATIUCBThs members of Beatrice
lodge No. 17. Independent Order Odd Fel
lows, celebrated the ninetieth anniversary
of the founding of the order heiw last
evening in the presence of sbout 200 per
sons. The principal uddtess was delivered
by Rev. J. R. Mouer. following which a
banquet waa held. The Rarneston Odd
Fellows also celebrsted the anniversary
of the order with a big banquet and a fine
proftrum. Rev. 1'. O. Rrown of Beatrice
delivered the principal address.
Sturdy oe as from little acorns grow
advertising in The Bes will do wonders far
FOR NEBRASKA Showers, with rising
fCR IOWA Increasing cloudiness snd
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
the North Platte chapter of I
5 a. m i
6 a- m ill
7 a. m m
t a. m 'ii
9 a. rru M
10 a. m a
V. a. m 4
12 m .... .. U
1 p. m 4
2 p. m '
S p. rri hi
i p. m M
I p. m M
S p. :n K
T p. m. H
p. ra. ft
S p. m U
srkaiaar Uaer a
rTitv ornot. inrr
fine as si lasa Its
A Stnll Affair. unona aunt Sa t
et s)ts TswrsiAcaE erst.
t all druigiaia, U cents, er by soul.
Dent's Corn Cam u&?
C. t. DENT CO.. Dttrsit. Mies.
fc ear II la Washbara-Oaskr'a iiuld
Msdal Flaws, tills la tansiurtaal.
Boston's New Hotel
Bids you sad your frieadi a hearty
welcome. No pains will bt tpared
to asks your est visit s loader ewe.
Excellent cuisirs wkh terries tne
best, aaud surroundings fastidious!
appointed. Everything; aew, attrac.f,
sve and cosy, with price teatoaablc
Cor. Eoylitoa ana Wsihtngion St
TIL. 41440 OXFORD.
Diaasr parties bsfsrs aad after the
theatre wiH rsceivs our ipecisl tt
leanoa. Ladies wSea ihoppavi
will snd il stoat coaresueat Is hare
Lscheoa hers with sery kaswa
comfort aad nclusioa. '
Ainstie & Grabovr Company,
Hetela Leawa. TaUertoa Empire, Bastes
Neat Ocaaa rlws, Swaaspacett
Hotel TtUkHM,tlaBBaJsa, W, L
"talf Block front Ksrald Bmsua.e
mi Ui Block Betweea I
Offers select accommodations 10 Us-
ABSoiAiTuxr riRXPaoor. ass
afforas every facility for the com
fort or fuests. situated la uis vary
heart of tbe city, tn a vary Outel
neighborhood, convenient to all sur
face. Subway and elevated railway
lines, and In tha midst ot tbo snoo
ping and theater district.
llooms With BU 9' aad t.
Fpsclal rates by ths anonth or sawssa
Hvstaursnt a la Carts.
T St. HOIII1T, tO.
f ormerly of '
New Haves. House. New Hsren Ceas
Powered by Open ONI