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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1909.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
1909 SEPTEMBER 909
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Council Takes Another Tun at the
Occupation Tax Ordinance.
NO COXCLUSIOS IS REACHED
Closing; Cenecrt mt th aeon Given
hr th nnlov Hraktn mt the
oath Omnha Can try
Have Boot Print It.
ohllta Oaf now open.
aUaehart, photo graphes, lfth ft Farnaru.
Born, photo, removed to Jsth A Howard.
Bqaltabl Life policies alf ht draft at
maturity. H. D. rteely, manager. Omaha,
rarely Aeeideatal, Ooroaer YerdloV
"Purely accidental," H tha verdict ot
the coroner" Jury la the case of Henry
Kate, HOT Laks street who died at the
Omaha, General hospital from a fracture
of the ekulL A Ur derrick fell on Mm
while ha waa at work for the J. C. Mar
tls Contracting company at the new ad
dition to tha Sacred Heart convent
Mot Baoaga KUa A. complaint oherg
tog J. B. Beum, prealdent of tha Bennett
compear, w1U violating a city ordinance
ordering atreet exlta from basement
aalaarootna baa been filed In police court
by City Building Inapeotor WlthnelL Tbe
ordinance requlrea an exit direct to the
atreet for every 1,004 square feet of 'base
ment salesroom peon, or fraction thereof.
Teaman Can ft aHeh Boy Soon after
computing a jail sentenee, and while on
tha war to a hospital la Council Bluff
In eompaay with a South Omaha police
efflear, Al Kaanan waa called to the bed
Ida eg hi little son, who la reported
dangerously ill. It la aaid that hla wife
and tha shIVd are living on a claim or
ranoh near Alllanoe. Keenan will go
there at one. He la under bond to an
swer a charge of attempted Jury tamper
lng this fall.
fcooal Bankers: Going to Caloafo Many
of tha Nebraska bankers who attended
tha convention of tha Nebraska Bankera'
association have remained In Omaha for
a few day and will leave tonight for Cht
ougo to attend tha convention of the Na
tional American Bankera association. The
AinrMiimi wui ra naia . mi weea ana
President Taft will be tha guest of the
bankera Thursday. W. B. Hughes, Clement
' Chase and Lruther I KounUa will leave
today for tha convention.
Big Bagta em 7eleome Aroa Tha big
metal aagla which baa been placed on the
' Welcome arch to weloome to tha city tha
thousands of lodge men who are on Svery
train measure nineteen feet from tip to
tip and la six feet high. It is atudded
with 100 incandesosnt light globes, whloh
wlU show off tha aagla better at night
than It appears In daylight Tha outllnee
of tha big bird will b traced at night by
1 clsar lights, while the letters, "F. O. EV
will be In red, whit and blue, the color
of the order.
Costs of Tiro Cental levied Costs at
6 eenta were levied against frank Dough
erty and the Grove-Wharton Construction
I company, dsfsndaata In a suit brought by
Erland Anderson. Anderson had two fine
mules valued at 1(1.10 taken away from
him on a writ of replevin by Dougherty,
acting for the construction company, Tha
caa waa taken to tha county court and
Judge Leslie awarded the mules back to
Anderson. He sued also for damages for
ths loss of the use of tha mule during
litigation and that waa fixed at a nickel.
Come on Down
Big Sale Going on All Day
76c Ladle' Hard Rubber
76o Bath Brushes 89
j Co Mennan' Talcum Powder, 16c
11.00 Bromo Beltxer 80c
$1.00 LUterlne c
lOo Ivory 8oap 7o
lOo Jap Rosa Soap 7c
Juvenile Soap, t for 25c
Your Initial on Writing Tab
let, eteel engraved, on fine
linen paper 25c
ft. 00 Fountain Pen, 14-kt
Rubber Good at Cat Price.
$1.15 Hot Water Bottle ....80c
$1.(0 Syringe and Bottle ...,08c
see orn ma cioar window.
10o Robert Burn Invincible,
g for 80c
10c Rothooberg Club House,
I for BOc
lOo Hoffman House, 3 for . ,20c
6c Hoffmanette, LaAmtlla,
Colonists, 8 for , ...10c
Co Winning Five, 2 for , fie
HOWELL DRUGC 0.
2O7-2O0 If. 10th, Loyal Hotel.
W" " . .iimMmamuijj.MmnmxfUmmmm-I
On Stanler Branch, Oreat North
em Railroad, to parties equipped
with team and grader outfits. Ap
ply ta Morris 4 Shepard. $01 Globe
Building. Bt, Paul, Minn., or to
them at Stanley, N. D.
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f i ms nsano i-i i .
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I lUisg PewoW soil el
oimbm a4 mwm at Waa
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The city council continued the delibera
tions of Wednesday night In a special meet
lng held Thureday evening. The questions
considered were the ordinances levying a
occupation tax on the eeverel publlo serv
Ice corporations and tha plana for the deco
ration of the city for the proper reception
to the Eaglea.
Tha representatlvea of the Omaha A
Council Bluffs Street Railway company,
the Omaha Water company and tha Omaha
Electric Light and Power company were
present. The first of these waa represented
by O. W. Wattles; D. Erlon represented the
light company, and C. J. Colllne tha water
company. The representative of the atreet
railway company made practically the
same argurasnt a waa presented by II. it.
Christie, that It would be Impossible to ex
tend the lines more than at present If the
occupation tax la Imposed. It waa pro
ponoo. that tha present ordinance pass with
ths amendatory olauaa withholding Its of
fset for five years. Tha council In part
seemed t favor the plan, but others were
opposed. No action waa taken at the meet
ing and It will be held under advisement
until tha next session of tha council.
The council got together much easier on
the matter of tha decoration for the Eagles.
Tha city will expend the neoeaeary money
to decorate tha city hall and make a wel
come aroh at Twenty-fourth and N street.
John Harvey la Owi Baelaeea.
John Harvey la still running hla own
business la South Omaha and la not. aa
waa stated, associated with C. M. Cumlea
In tha purchase of tha old Nebraska Pack
ing company. Mr. Cumlea bought tha plant
himself from frank Beaton.
Coaeert at Cesstrr Clafe.
Tha laf t publlo concert by the South
Omaha Country club was given last night
by ths juvenile members. Tha program
was arranged by Miss Beulah Davla and
sh spent much time In Us preparation.
Tha program -opened with a piano and
violin duet by Earl Saga and John Bahn.
Miss Georgia Davla and Adele Davla aang
a duet, following the Instrumental aeleo
tlon. Little Jrflss Cherry O'NsIl and
Genevieve MoHugh gave a dainty duo,
alnglr.g "Bmarty." Miss Frances Tanner
presented a piano sola Bert Tanner and
Miss Laura Petersen rendered a vocal
duet. A quartet consisting of L. Plnnell,
S. Conly, b. Tanner and C. Abbott supplied
a number. Miss Franosa Tanner and Adele
Davis gay a Dutch danoa whloh waa well
received. Tha program closed by a double
An audience of about 100 attended. The
laat dance of the aeason la this evening.
Trnaat Of fleer Basy.
The South Omaha police and tha truant
offloar, Paul Maoaulay, have been kept
buay of late with young offenders. Ths
truant offloar has had hla hand full sine
ths opening of tha publlo sohools, getting
tha boya down to study and breaking up
habile of vacation. Last night two boys
were arrested for having stolen a basket
of grapes from Rudolph Diets. They were
Peter Macna, Twenty-ninth and H and
Lawrence Jacobs on. Twenty-sixth and N
streeta Both boys have been taken up
before for like offenses. Ollle Caugbey waa
also arrested Thursday evening for disturb
ing the peace, throwing mlaslles at people's
houses at Twenty-fifth and M street.
Maa-le City Gossip.
Michael Barrett. Thirteenth and Monroe
streets, naa a daughter.
Sheep and cattle were on the boom yea-
leraay ana sota at a considerable advance.
Miss Bertha Barber haa gone to Iowa.
where aha will teach school during tha
Mrs. Nancy Hoekina of Hot Springs, 8,
D., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Oeorga P
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wallan are tha
gueeia or aawara Dee. They coma from
Miss Dora Haaburgh haa returned from
vtett to Wisconsin. She brousht with
ner a oousm, Misa Katie clynn.
The South Omaha Country eluh will nla.v
the Omaha Field club a bass ball game on
me vmana grounds Saturday afternoon.
Dr. R. L. Wheeler will rive tha invn.
cation at the opening of the Eagl con
ventlon Tuesday morning, September 14,
ine runerai or ueoraa Nchroeder m
neia yesterosy anemoon. The body will
he sent to Beatrice this morning for burial
Mrs. M. V. Brewer returned tr rintnn
O., Tuesday evening. She haa been visit
ing tha family of O. H. Brewer for some
The south omen a Hlah Rchnnl Alumni
association held an Important meeting lawt
mini anu arranged i or ins annual election
or oiricers, 10 oe neia Tuesday evening,
Albert, tha son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewie
Bodak, till I. died Thursday. The fu
neral will be held today. Rev. George
vinniniii win nivi onargs.
Card of Thank W wish to thank our
many friends and also Bee Hive lodge
A. F. & A. M. for their klndneae during
me eivKnwe env seiin 01 our Deiovea hus
band and father; also for ths floral offer-
waa Mrs. isaao . u ray ion ana Children
I our imvnuune mmj am sooa. out hen.
naaard ssving win not bring ths full
measure or euocesa nivi a system. The
rtousenoia txpense jbook Issued bv th
savings department ot the Uve Stock Ne
uonai oana 01 ouum umana is an exe-1
lent pian to iomow. it is rrse to you,
Charles 'Schults and Miss Tllll.
wsre married Thursday afternoon at -the
(iermaq Lumeran cnurcn Dy Rev. Mr,
Adama I neodore stiulti acted as best
roan ana iss ultra nerbst was brides
maid, ine parties in at p. m. for
wedding trip through the east. Thev win
visit Nlasara and expect to make their
noma in niv 10m vuy.
New fall foods now ready. Wa nlaa n
sale men's new fancy vesta for fall u.
They are strictly .up-to-date and are n.
tlrely new patterns at popular prices, fl (0.
II W and 2.. You pay In regular fur
nishing goods stores from MOO to M00 for
about the earns kind. Our new fall suits
are now ready. They are be n ties, prlree
are 110 00. Ill 60, tli.00. IU.00. 00 and $25 .00.
we save you ai leasi rrom xa to to lit 00
on tha purchase price, according to the
quality. Nebraska Khoe and Clothing
House, corner Twenty-rmn and N streeta
a. A. Orlswold, city ticket agent of the
Northwestern at Chicago, was In Omaha
J. H. Wssks of Marlon, E. E. Plumb of
Fullerton and E. A. Baugh of Oakland are
guests at the Murray.
H. a. O raves, general baggage agent of
the Northwestern, waa making the rounds
of offices In Omaha Friday.
W. I. Fulley of Aurora. A. E. PI sen el of
Verdel, M. Anderson of Qothenburg and
M. Craft of Tecumsea are guests at the
Her Grand. '
M. Johnson of Kennard, E. O. Helma of
Howella. O. Hanson of Wahoo. C. A. Und
buig of Oreelsy and B. O. Perklna, Jr., of
Davtd City are guests at ths Merchant.
C. T.- Trana of Nehawka, C. W. Conrad
of Wood River. O. F. Wols of Fremont
and E. W. Buch of Herman are registered
at the Henahew.
W. D. Butterfleld of Norfolk. M. M.
Hlcka of Scotia. F. E. Kimball of Beatrice,
E. R. Dudek of Clarkson and J. 8. Lynda
of Norfolk are stopping at the Rome.
William 11. Wtgman. for tha laat fifteen
years with th United Plates Supply com
pany and for some time sale manager
for the aame firm, baa resigned, effective
September U, to beoom general mansger
of tha H. B. Fred (iosron Automobile oom-
Head Cut Off
By Train Near
Jian Killed Snppoied to Hare Been
Charlei Hurt of Ludell,
A man thought to be Charles Hart.
Ludell, Kan., was run over and killed by
Union Pacific westbound passenger train
No. T near Sarpy station, aouthwest of
Omaha, at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon.
Hla head was cut off and other Injuries
Members of th train crew declare the
man deliberately threw himself In fror.t
of tha swiftly moving train, as If he
wanted to commit sulclds. Engineer J.
M. Bryant of tha train Is said to have
been . tha only eye witness. The other
members of the crew, Thomaa Croegrov
and Eaton Watchman, helped pick up the
body. It waa brought to Omaha on a
train and taken In charge by Coroner
Heafey, who will hold an Inquest
One- letter found on the man algned
"your loving wife," contained the salu
tation "Dear Charley." It was dated
August It, but bore the name
of no olty or town. Another letter ad
dressed to "Dear Papa." waa signed "Tour
loving son, Russell Hart." It waa from
Ludell, Kan., under date of August IS.
Other letters Indicate that the man had
thrs small aona staying at Ludell, a
daughter named Mamie at Bertrand, Neb.,
and two etsters, Minnie, a school teacher
staying temporarily at Watertown, la.,
and Hilda, living at Ludell. Besldea the
son .named Russell, ons la named Oscar,
Coroner Heafey haa telegraphed the sup
posed relatives of the man.
No further Identification of the body haa
been accomplished by Coroner Heafey, who
held tha Inquest. Two telegrams from rela
tives In connection wtlh the case have
One from C. M. Pfrlmmer at',, Ludell,
Kan., States that Charles Hart la sup
posed by his relatives to be at Ingleside.
A description of th dead man was asked
for by Pfrlmmer and wired by the oor
oner, who haa been requested to await
The second telegram received waa from
Undertaker A. J. Sandstrom of Bertrand,
Neb. It reads "Prepare body C. M.
Hart and aend to Bertrand." '
PIANO MAN SEES PROSPERITY
J- V. Stearer Declares Death of Hani-
ma Will Not Affect Baalaeas of
Conatry ta Serloa Way.
Mr. J. V. Steger of Stager A Sons Piano
Manufacturing company, and the founder
of Steger, III., a thriving city located
twenty-nine miles from Chicago, was In
Omaha Thursday. Regarding business con'
dltlons ha said: "As far aa tha western
country la concerned, every Indication
points to a steady Increase In all lines. Tbe
railroad are much pushed for cars at the
present time, which la an accurate Indica
tion that a large amount of freight la be
ing transported to tha west and northwest
"I have personally observed In my travels
In tha laat thirty days enormous corn
field through th states of Iowa and Ne
braska, Things have never looked better,
and if Z am permitted to predict, I will
aay that the price of corn and wheat la
bound to remain high. Tha demand from
Europe for theae commodities la increasing
each year, and condltlona are sura to im
prove. To aum the thing up in a nutshell,
If the farmer 1 prosperous we all prosper,
On being questioned concerning tha effect
that th death Of Mr. Harrlman will have
on business, Mr. Steger said: "Had bis
death occurred a year and a half ago it
would have been very aerioua for tha
country, but aa tblnga are now, It will be
almply a matter of a few daya until busi
ness assumes It normal ton."
Nobody la Too Old
to learn that the aura way to cure cough
or cold la with Dr. King's New Dlsoovery,
60o and 11.00. Sold by Beaton Drug Co,
New Fall Suits
THESE ARC IDEAL GARMENTS' FOR WEAR AT
SCHOOL, AT WORK. OR AT PLAY.
FIRST Because we personally select the materials from which these gar
ments are made and carefully examine each garment when completed, thus
guarding against the possibility of defective material or making.
SECOND "We have made a study of the requirements necessary to be6t
fit each garment to resist the wear of sturdy boys who give no thought to their
THIRD We have fitted the great majority of Omaha boys from the time
of their first suit until they were grown up, thus gaining the experience which
insures that every boys' suit in our store will fit and fit perfectly and com
fortably as well.
FOURTH There can be no question of selection since vre show by far
the largest and choicest assortment of boys' clothing ever displayed In tha
The particular style, material and shade that will best suit both you and
the boy is shown at
will defy the hardest wear and most se
vere usage to which any boy ever sub
jects his clothing. They're made espe
cially for that purpose.
Make It a point to examine them.
Boys' Fall Suits
With Extra Knickerbocker Pants
Many boy will wear out tbelr knick
erbockers before they do their coat.
Consequently we have bad a large
number of suit made with, extra knick
erbockers to match. Theae garment are
made ot excellent all wool materials In
the new Fall style and shade.
Will gladJy show them to you at your
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Boys' Dox Calf Shoes
Tbe healthy, sturdy boy who runs. Jump and
wrestle without regard to his clothing' Is the
boy who must be carefully fitted In shoe or he'll
go through them In no time.
Our "Wear Well" box calf shoe, In blucher
and lace styles 1b especially adapted for such
boys and will fit comfortably aa well as wear
longer than an ordinary shoe. Try him In a
Size 9 to 13 ... 91.50
Blze 13 H to 2 $1.85
Sizes 8H to 8 $1.08
Special Sale of Boya Caps
We offer you choice of a large lot of
Boys' Caps in new colors and styles for
Fall. wear, at a large saving in price.
Made of excellent worsteds, serges and
fancy mixtures. On sale at two prices,
7 Be and fl.00 Grade 60c Grade at
"The House of
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At the Theaters
BIO MALE) CUURll AT BlIRWOOD
Saturday Afternoon east Evenla Tils
Bit; Oraraaiaatloa Appears
A Bl Treat.
Muslo-lovln people of Omaha will have
an opportunity to ltatan to a musical treat
at the Burwood theater when the cele
brated Ohio mala chorus ot fifty prise
slngera, under th leadership of Prof. Hugh
W. Owsns of Chicago, will give a popular
oneert, Including choruses, quartets, duets
and soloa This famous chorus haa up
ward of a hundred victories to Its credit
In tha east and the central West, hut the
great contest at the Alaskan-Tukon ex
poaitlon last week waa their first attempt
at honors and victory In tha northwest
The chorus left Ohio on August 14, giving
oonoerts enroute to tha ezpoaitlon at Chi
cago, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Helena, Mont.;
Spokane, North Taklma and Seattle, Wash.
Friday of laat week they sang In the male
chorus contest, which was open to all of
th United States and British Columbia.
Prof. Protheroc, the adjudicator of muslo.
stated that th work of th Ohio mala
chorus surpassed that of choruae heard
at th International male chorua competi
tion In Swanson, Wales, last ysar, at whloh
ha was ons of th adjudlcatora. Evaa
Williams, tha great tsnor, said It was the
flneat mala chorua singing be aver heard
The volcea are well balanced and blending
with organ-like effect, sounding like four
parts and not fifty voice.
Prof. Owen, th noted conductor, won hla
first victory aa a chorua leader when a
boy t year old, and he haa enough medals
to fairly cover himself If hs wsra to put
thsm on. Th chorus also abounds with
fins soloists, who have won many vlo
torlea at home and abroad.
of the California Fig Syrup Co. and th
scientific attainment of it chemist have
rendered possible the production of 8yrup
of Fig and Elixir of Senna, in all of it
excellence, by obtaining the pare medio
inal principles of plant known to act most
beneficially and combining them moat
skillfully, in the right proportion, with
It wholesome and refreshing Syrup of
A there is only one genuine Syrup of
Fig and Elixir of Senna and as the gen
uine U manufactured by an original
method known to tbe California Fig Syrup
Co. only, It is always necessary to buy tha
genuin to get it benefioial effect.
A knowledge of the above fact enable
on to decline imitation or to return them
if, upon viewing th package, th full nam
of the California Fig Byrup Co. a) not found
priated on the front (
"Mary Jast'i Pa," at tha Boyd.
Henry E. Dlxey and company in "Mary
Jane's Pa," a three-act comedy, by Edith
Ellla, under the direction ot Henry W.
' Savage; the cast:
Hiram Perkins , Henry E. Dlxey
Rom Preston Franklin Searlght
Barrett Sheridan John C. King
Joel Skinner Hardee Klrkland
Star Skinner Cyril Raymond
Amoa Whipple John Qreen
Claude Whltcomb Tony West
Lino Watklna Edward Chapman
Eugene Merryfleld Frank Blzby
Lewellyn Green Augustln Daly Wilkes
Portia Perkins Helen Lackay
Lucille Perkln Dorothy Phillips
Mary Jan Perklna Oretchen Hartman
Ivy Wllooz Maude Esrle
Mia Faxon Lillian Dlz
Salome By Heraelf
"Mary Jane' Pa" and Mr. Dlxey
therein are well worth the attention and
Praia th comedy haa generally received.
It Is commonly described as an Idyll, and
an Idyll Is an "artless, easily flowing
description," In poetry or prose, of simple
rustio life or pastoral scenes. Th ad'
Jectlve "artless" will hardly apply her as
regards both play and player unless. In
deed, on Interprets th adjective In th
sens of that art which oonoeats art.
Th Henry E. Dlzey, who la the beloved
vagabond about whom this play revolvee.
is th same Dlxey who delighted folk In
time past a th Man on th box. aa the
Lone Fisherman In "Evangeline," and aa
th hind lege of that celebrated cow.
Incidentally It la the same Dlzey who,
when a pleased audience Insists on a cur
tain speech, tells of meeting that old lady
of (0 year whose mother took her when
a little girl to see him In "Adonis." The
old lady must be following the show.
But, although Mr. Dlzey looks ezaotly
as he did when he satirised Sir Henry Irv
ing In "Adonis," and though ho has the
same effective sidelong glance and other
mannerisms, It Is aa a better actor that
ha now appears, and this, no doubt, chiefly
because of a better role,
Mary Jane's Pa waa afflloted with the
wahderlust when Mary Jane waa about
a year eld, and for ten years he disap
peared, leaving , Mary Jane's mother to
battle with tha wolf. When the play opens'
she is discovered to have done this most
successfully as ths proprietor of a country
paper In a small Indiana town.
Though th spectator will follow the de
velopment of the plot and the story as a
story with great Interest, ths discerning
will not one or two point with particular
pleasure. The playwright plunges the
family Into difficulties which awake the
keeneat desire In a father not now Indif
ferent, not now careleea and thoughtless,
to help hla wife and elder daughter. But
he cannot because through hla ancient cal
lousness, ha ia now in a false position, that
of a man servant In th horn with no
right to assert himself bereft of his
fatherhood. It Is worthy of not that tha
playwright waa careful only to suggest
through ths situations developed, the
man's plight, and does not as would a
cruder stagecraft, make tbe man aay It
Another part of hla punishment Is when
this elder daughter ahowa a aad Inheritance
from him the aame desire to wander
"to see tha world to live."
Of course. It all works out happily and
th more solemn nets la subdued through
out th play with fun and comedy bubbling
on tha surface.
Th company la ezcellent throughout.
Helen Lackaye Is cast aa ths efficient
woman who kept a better borne over her
children's head than when her husband
wa With her. Th part 1 of equal lm-
port an oe to tha atar'a and Mlaa Laokay
la quit adequate. To mention only three
of th othera, Oretchen Hartman was al
together adorable as tha child, Mary Jane,
and Amoa Whipple quite funny In a low
oomedy part as a stage driver.
John C. King, a young actor laat aeen
her In vaudeville, haa on of the good
smaller parts and makes much of it. The
stage settings ere ezcellent and helped
muoh to create the realistic small-town at
mosphere. The play will be given again
thl evening. '
"The Otrt from 17. 8. A.," at th Krt.
A musical drama tlo novelty in three acta
that 1 how "Th Olrl From U. 8. A.," I
designated by th advance agent, and that
la what it proved to be, to tha eminent
satisfaction of a large audlenoe last night.
Variety In seen letting, costume, plot and
action 1 an attraotlv characteristic of th
production, whloh 1 presented by a capable
company. Including a lively shoru ot
twelve. With three acta on each laid In
Pari, Constantinople and Peking, there I
plenty of opportunity afforded for elaborate
costuming and aoenic effect, which ia not
Headed by Nsdyn Shannon In th title
role and "Oh, Tou kid," Dave Nowlln aa
th hero, the company 1 worthy of note
for both it musical and dramatlo ability.
There la little melodrama In the piece and
th nine musical numbers comprise the
main drawing card. Among th musical
pieces that scored hits laat night ware
"Will Tout Won't TouT WhyT" "Hypno
tise Her" and specialties by Mr. Nowlln.
th author of "Oh, Tou Kid," and other
merubera of th company. The Leland
comedy quartet also won many recalls.
"The Girl From U. S. A." will remain at
tha Krug for th rest of the week.
Detweiler not on the note
Administrator for John II. r'laley and
Only as inch Is lie Co-De-leadaat
In th matter of th ault brought by
Frank H. Parsons against John T. Cathers
and others to satisfy a judgment of SMC9.M.
the statement that there Is a claim agalnat
J. O. Detweller and other for 16,000 as
surety for Cathers. Is lncorrecti so 'far
as Mr. Detweller is concerned.
Th case la on growing out of the old
Linton estate. Mr. Detweller's only con
nection with it comes through his action
a administrator for John H. Flnley and It
so happened that Mr. Flnley was ons of
th sureUes on a nots. v When time cams
for suit on this not Mr. Flnley being dead
and Mr. Detweller being th administrator
of his estate, th latter wa mad a co
defendant, but waa not on th note, he
having no personal responsibility for tha
debt and th action doe not involve him
tn any more direct way than thla, or af
fect hla credit
Your New 'Fall Hat
If properly selected to conform to your age, height and figure
be the deciding touch that will designate) you aa one of Omaha's well
dressed and up-to-date men.
In Justice to yourself it la imperative that you make your selec
tion from the largest and most comprehensive assortment of new
block, shape and shade errer displayed In the city.
John B. Stetson's, from
$3.60 to , r.Wlm
Crofnt A Knapp, C
for ........ .pS
Knapp Felt Pe Luxe,
mi A Go's. (Pari)
9 Felt, Q
"The House of
BUCKET SH0PS RUN AGAIN
Broker Office Is Opened Is, Offie
Where B. G. Belaen Met His
The Omaha bucket ahop Industry whloh
recently bumped the bum pa, many con
cern going under, ia once re ere flourish
The recent alump In Union Paolfio, while
Harrlman lay 111, aent stocks dowa tem
porarily and almost every p4ayer waa
It la easy enough to "go bust" when
playing tha bucket shop game. Th mar
gin la only on point and It doesn't take
much of a fall to causa traders to end
peremptorily. Practically svery loca', man
who dabble la stocks via th bucks shops
has been hit hard In th laat few weeks
and eom heavy gahie mad prvloualy
have been Bunk.
Zack Cudingtoa ha reopened a broker's
office In th quarter In th New Tork
Life where E. Q- Belden met hi Waterloo.
GO EASY WITH RAILROADS
Thl t Plea of Commercial Linn
the Shippers Peadlnc Negotia
tions tor Peace.
Omaha shlppsrs hav been asked by th
transportation commute of th Com
mercial club to be good la tha hop that
th railroads will reciprocata The Com
mercial club has sent out a clroular urg
ing the full compliance with rule regard
ing marking of package In lea than car
load lota, saying:
We are making complaint to the rail
roads regarding incomplete and someUlne
illegible character of expense bills fur
nished by them and are demanding reform
In thla particular. We certainly oannot
eapect thla reform to be accomplished un
less ws do our own part oy marking paca-
and making out
tickets In a clsar snd legible manner.
This Is an extremely Important matter and
we trust that our people will so regard It
and give It tha necessary attention.
Should you not be heard from within a
reasonable length of time, we will assume
that the requirements of rule 17 are satis
factory to you, although we will ap
preciate affirmative advice if that 1 so.
If you hav anything to aall or trade
and want quick action, advertise It In The
Be Want Ad columDa
THE BEST DIAIUUIOEA REMEDY
In selecting a remedy for Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Cholera Morbus or Chol
era Infantum, you should use great ear.
There are many remedies on th market for these diseases. Bom are
good, some should be carefully avoided. Others depend upon habit formtaa
drugs for their cnr. WakefUld ' Blackberry Balam 1 th on remedy that I
always saf. sure and doe sot eonstlpat. In 6S ysar, this madlcln has been
used In Millions of cases of bowel trouble and nvr has on single caa been
reported where It has failed to cure wbn th slmpl directions were followed.
Wakefield's Blackberry Balsam stops tha Diarrhoea, remove tbe cans
and leave th stomach aad bowel Id their natural and regular state. Sic or
I bottle 11.00 everywhere.
WAKEFIELD'S BLACKDERIU UALSAM
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