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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1909)
THE BKK: OMAHA, W'KIrNKKDAV. OOTOHKR 20, 1900.
T H 11 young
, man who is
on time throws
the balance in his favor
from the beginning.
For punctuality betokens
accuracy and reliability in
both man and watch.
G. M. WHEELER Model li Slzt
Pendant Winding and Setting. Seventeen
Jewel. Ruhr and apphire balance and renter
eweln. Compensating ba.ance. Breguet hatr
print. with micromrtric regulator. Adjusted
to temperature, ivichroniam, three ponttnn.
Patent recoiling click and sell-lockini selling
derice. Dust ring. Plate damaskeened. En
graving inlaid with gold. Open lace and hunt
In Fllle Gold Cajea. $0 ana up.
In Solid Gold Cases. SiSO and up.
Other Elftin models at other pricea according
to grade ol movement and cise
All Elgin mociels are sold by Jeweler a every
where, and are lully guaranteed.
ELGIN NATIONAL WATCH COMPANT,
Ko. 71 Dial. 7
BRASDEIS BUYS RUG STOCK
Secures Philadelphia Manufacturer"!
Stock on Hand at a Great
STOCK GOES ON SALE NEXT
;tO imlnltrr Rnars Will Gu for
tR.ltW a3 Large Wilton na
Will Ga ftaO.OS $13 Brnssrli
Rniiii for- BT. I)rnwe1 Rnm
for f:t.l, lite,, Ktr,
Krandfla Stores have Jut consummated
an extraordinary cash deal whereby they
take tho entire atock on band of a Philadel
phia manufacturer' who wus nurd pressed
for ready fund. It van a most fortunate
deal and the Omaha film )i:ih decided to
place the entire stqck on -sale nxt Mon
day. These rugs are of thi best high and
medium grades. All the patterns are new
and every rue was manufactured for this
The stock has been arranged In groups
for quick selling. - All 'the vxl2 seamless
Wilton rugs, worth $05.' will go at $51.98.
All the 9x1! Axmlnster and Wilton velvet
ruga go at $15.98. All the 0 room size Ax
minster rugs will go at J9.DH. All the room
size Brussels ruga go at 17-98. All the 9x13
reversible Smyrna rugs, worth $10. will go
at 15.98. .1 All the 6x9 Brussels rugs, worth
up to tO. will go at $3.98, All .the 3fix72 Ax
mlnster rugs, worth up to $5, go at J2.C9.
All the $3.50 Axmlnster rugs go at $1.59.
Sale begin Monday, October 25.
. ' ' BRANDEI9 STORES.'
Red Cross Gives
Out Stamp Selling
Business Is as Good as Ever. ,
PITTSBURG, Oct. 19.-Preldent James
McCrea of the Pennsylvania railroad, ao
companled by the directors and other high
officials, left here today for an Inspection
of the lines- west of Pittsburg. Kpeaklng
of the business outloook. President McCrea
"Business conditions In this country are
ss sound as ever."
Association Everywhere in Country
Make This Announcement on
the Same Day.
Mrs. Albert Kdholm, the Omaha repre
sentative of the National Red Cross asso
ciation of the United States, Tuesday gate
out the preliminary announcement of the
association plan for selling its stamps this
yenr for the anli-tuberculosls work.
Originally," said Mrs. Edholm, "the na
tional association was to have one-third
of the' proceeds for its work in advertls
inar, getting out the stamps and circulars
and for administrative expenses generally.
Now, a new arrangement has been made,
and the local organization will retain SO
per cent of the money realized from the
sale of Hlamps. This money will be de
voted to anti-tuberculosis work In the local
"Everywhere In the United States today
thin announcement will be made, in large
cities and In every town where the Red
Cross has a representative. Thus we se
cure uniformity of effort. About the first
of November 20,000.000 of the . Red Cross
stamps will be ready for, distribution from
national headquarters, and about the mid
dle of November an additional 10.000,000 will
be ready. If more are needed they will
be forthcoming without delay.
"We probably shall offer the stamps, for
sale about Thanksgiving. They will cost 1
cent apiece and, judging by the success of
the stamps last year, we should dispose of
a great many here. All over the country
the work has been systematized now, and
the national organization will carry on an
extensive advertising campaign. The -Increased
percentage to be realized locally
will undoubtedly inspire the workers to
greatec efforts than ever, since we shall
be. able to acquire funds for far more ef
fective . work In the local .fields." , .. ' ,
An Auto Collision
means many bad bruises, which. Bucklen'a
Arnica Salve heuls quickly, as it does sore
and bin ns. 2T.c. Sold by Beaton Drug Co.
Tohn Bull prepares for trouble
with other nations by pre
venting it. The Dreadnought, a
battle ship costing $10,000,000
over 500 feet long and traveling
25 miles an hour is his preven-
. As Tf 'Prepare for trouble with your feet m
lZZ y t 'ho "" way prevent it by wearing
jjaCSotsS 'CROSSKTT shoes. Feet shod with
. , ' Croaaett's are too happy to make trouble.
MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY
Comfortable, durable, stylish foot
. wear. If you don't wear CROSS ETT
shoes ; buy pair and give your feet
$4 to $6 everywhere.
LEWIS A. CROSSETT, Inc., Maker
North Abington Mass.
For all your home baking
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. i inr ri iiiiar
ftancij Milling (a
erc's the finett flour for creamV
bread and light biscuita good cake
and flaky pastry. Tell the grocer to
The Flour of Perfect Purity
Sunkist ia Nebraska's greatest flour
made in the big new Maney mill
from plump, aound wheat.
From the time the wheat enters the
mill until the flour enters the' kitchen
s no human hand touches it The
process is automatic hygienic in
suring absolute purity.
Try Sunkist the next time you bake put it to every test. You'll find
Sunkist goes farther and gives far better satisaction in every way.
Maney Milling Co., Omaha
0MAI1ANS SEE GREAT WEALTH
Say Rerada Mine Continues to Give
- Forth Free Gold in Abundance.
LEASES MADE OUT TO EXPERTS
Frank Johnson Cars They 11mt
Already RO0,OO0 In Pare Oold
anil Eiperts Pronnaaee the
Frank B. Johnsoru R. J. . Ktlpatrlck.
Frank T. Ransom, A. T.. Mohler and other
Omaha men Interests In the big gold
strike at Battle Mountain, Nev., have re
turned from the mine and are Jut as en
thusiastic as when the strike was first
"We are not going crazy over this thing
until we find out Just what we have," ald
Mr. Johnson. "I don't know much about
mines, and all I can tell about Is what 1
can see. I know we have over $500,000
worth of gold In sight and the experts say
that all Indication are we) have a real
mine. We have distinct indications of a
The Omaha company own outright five
claims of twenty acres each, or 100 acres,
and ha a large force sinking a shaft, and
the mine Is said to have every Indication of
being a winner. At any rate, the mining
experts in that section aeem to think that
way and big offers have been made to the
Omaha men for their stock, but all refus
The company has made fourteen leases
to experts, who will sink shafts on the
claims and give the company one-half of
the gold they mine. The town Is building
up fast and people are pouring In faster
than lumber can be secured to build shelter
for them. Town lots arc selling fnst and
the town Is building rapidly. This Is not
Idle talk of promoters, as they brought
bock photographs of the rising town to
substantiate what they say.
Fonrteen Leases Marte.
According to the conditions precedent in
arranging with the Nevada-Omaha Mining
and Milling company, owners of the rich
strike In this camp, for leases, fourteen
leasers Saturday began fulfilling the sub
sequent conditions those who have 260-
foot blocks must put In twenty-five shifts
per month and those having 600-foot blocks
fifty shifts per month. In consequence all
day Is heard the boom of the blast, which,
added to the hammer of the carpenters at
work on the buildings in the town at the
foot of Treasure Hill has awakened, the
echoes clear across the twelve-mile flat, to
the surrounding hills, and given notice to
the world that Nevada's gold production
will be vastly Increased the next twelve
months, as well as Its population ot hust
In the preliminary work on the part of
these leasers there has not been one who
has not found good and valuable panning
values, which either demonstrated he Is
on the strike of the big find or has found
cross or parallel ledges of value.
The holding company is aiding very ma
terially to the ultimate end. It has ar
ranged for a telephone line connection, has
organised a water and light ' company,
planned for a mill of ample proportions to
meet all demands, la constructing an assay
Office, and some of the stockholders are
aiding in the construction of a two-story
hotel. The two and a half years time on
the leases shows a liberality seldom met
with and the royalties are also highly sat
isfactory to the lessees, ranging from 10
to 60 per cent, the latter on ores returning
$1,00 gold to the ton. :; ' -
As to their' "glory hole," there Is no
diminution in width of high grade streak
nor depth of the ore body; in fact, yester
day developed free gold on either side of
the wonderfully rich streak.
List of the Leasers.
Here is a list of the leasers, with the
block of ground allotted to them:
Block 1 Nevada-Omaha Mining and Leas
ing company, 200x300 feet ot the Llmellte
claim south of block 2 and nearly half of
Valley View No. 1, and 150x300 feet In the
northeast corner of the south half of the
Valley View. This ground has produced
some very rich pannlngs and assays, some
going as high as $700 and a contract for a
tunnel 600 feet long is now under way.
Block 2 C. H. Mayer of Rockford, III.,
and Frank I Reber of Gold Circle, 200x300
feet on the Llmellte adjoining the holding
company's block to the southeasterly and
from which the rich ore is being taken to
day. The Mayer shaft Is down more than
twenty feet and a cross ledge, very strong.
has been uncovered. This Is a good quartz
panning well and free gold can be discov
ered under the glass. '
Block 3 Alec Walker, the discoverer of
the Valley View group and the Llmellte,
260x300 feet adjoining the company block to
the northwesterly. Close to tha main strike
free gold specimens have been unearthed
and' the other holes produce some rich
Blocks 4 and 8 J. T. Jones of Ouray,
Colo.; J. W. Minnis of Goldfleld, Louis
Puree! 1 of Reno and others have organized
the Bannock Mlhlng and Leasing company
on these two blocks. No. 4 is 250x300 feet
and Joins block 2 to the northwesterly.
There Is no doubt today but that they are
on the strike ot the main ledge and In ad
dition, have a parallel ledge and two cross
ledges, all of which pan rich gold. Fur
thermore, there Is every evidence that they
have a Juncture of two of the ledges ana
at this point a shaft will be sunk. Tester-
day's shot In one of the prospect holes
disclosed a highly oxidized porphyry, the
rock that carries the rich values of the
hill. Block 6 Is the northwest corner of
the Llmellte and a southeast portion of
the Valley View, Joining block 1 '
Block 6 O. P. Blose of Battle Mountain,
100x450 feet on ' the southwesterly end ol
Valley View No. 1, sidelining the Mayer
and Walker leases and also that of the
company; the Mayer cross ieage cannoi u
missed In thU ground. Some very rich
float was picked up on the lower end of
this ground, which was thickly impregnated
with free gold and the surface ground has
shown lots of colors by the pan.
Block T C. L. Haworth of AuBtln, Nev.,
StOx&JO feet, northerly end of Valley View
No. 1. '
Block S H. C. Robereon and C. W, Robi
erts of Goldfleld, Irregular shaped block on
south half of Valley View. ;
Bleok 2 Walter Murray of Battle Muum
tain, north half of Valley View.
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moves any liability for "trapping" with its uncouth, gurgling noises, commonly
termed pounding in the pipes."
Five cold months still ahead ! These
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Write to Dept N-80
413-417 South Tenth Street, Omaha
Public Showrooms and Warehouses located at Chicago, New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Washington, Buffalo, Pittaburg, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Atlanta, IndlanapoUa, Milwaukee,
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conditions to close up a lease and send for
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lease runs for tour years.
C. R. Kluger. tne jeweter, 1080 Virginia
avenue, Indianapolis, Ind., writes: "I was
so weak from kidney trouble that I could
hardly walk a hundred feet. Four bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy cleared my com
plexion, cured my backache and the Ir
regularities disappeared, and I can now
attend to business every day, and recom
mend Foley's Kidney Remedy to all suf
ferers, as It cured me after the doctors and
other remedies bad failed." Sold by all
GOVERNOR MEETS FRIENDS
Shalleaberarer, Harrington and Other
Democrats Hold Qalet Session
on Political Expediency.
Governor Rnallenberger slipped Into town
from Lincoln yesterday and M. F. Har
rington from 'O'Neill and they and 'other
well known democrat! of Omaha had some
heart-to-heart words. 'on the subject of
bank guarantee laws, political expediencies
and kindred topics, from which, it Is un
derstood, sprang no decisions for a reversal
of the governor's determination not to call
an extra session of the legislature to enact
another bank guarantee law.
l iter, in nu ui&iiger ii um; cruu9 wnen
Chambei luln's Cough Remedy is used.
WOLFE IS TO GET TOE CUSH
Boiler Inspector is Made "Campaign
Manager" by Democrats.
GEORGE R0 GEES SIDESTEPS IT
New Barrel Boss Already Is Besieged
by the Falthfal, Hnaarry
Pleblters and Begins to
City Boiler Inspector Bob Wolfe has been
selected as campaign manager by the
democratic county committee and will be
looked to for good results on election day.
While Mr. Wolfe Intimates that the
funds available for organization and the
securing of workers are as yet very slim,
he has been assured, it Is understood,
that he will have a nufflclent sum before
Chairman Reagan, former Chairman Tom
Flynn and the candidates projected around
among the committee members for several
weeks before they settled upon the boiler
Inspector for the care of the active cam
paign work. George Roger was wanted
originally for this position, but pleaded too
much business. The boiler Inspector's
work takes him all over the city, argued
the managers, and he has a wide acquaint
ance with the ward and precinct workers,
so It was finally decided to Jet him' handle
the funds and do the organizing.
It did not take long for the news of
Wolfe's uppolntment to spread umong the
lads who are always willing to work at
election time for a consideration that will
reimburse them for time lost. As a result
the city boiler Inspector is finding that the
position is not one conducing to peace of
mind. He is meeting with a continual do
mund for funds to do work In the various
wards and from now on ho will devote con
siderable time to dodging chaps that he
doesn't think can deliver the goods. Those
who enn will have free access to Mr.
Wolfe, who reckons to get very busy with
tho ouUlde work of organizing at once.
NAME BECOMES MISFORTUNE
Earl Keller, a Youasr Benedict, Is Em.
barrnssed by Mlxup of a,
Karl Keller, who has lived for years at
the entrance of Falrmount park, Council
Bluffs, is not the Earl Keller who got Into
an unfortunate situation in a Ninth street
resort in Omaha Sunday night, but ho Is
suffering much uneasiness of mind Just
the same, for fear his friends may think
he ia the man.
This Earl Keller Is but 22 years of age
and is newly married. The man who got
his name on the police blotter also lived
In Council Bluffs, but he was about 40
years of age.
Going to His Cab
Veteran Railroader is Caught Be
tween Cars in Council Bluffs
Yards and Crushed.
William Clawson, a Union Paclfio engi
neer, jiving m iwo xiun rue-ei, wus Kiueil
In the yards at Council Bluffs shortly be-
ioio noon. bit. uiawaon was on nis way
to take his engine out on his run when he
attempted to pass between the sections of
a switching freight train and was crushed
so severely that he died within a few
He was known as "Cyclone Bill" Claw
son and held many Union, Pacific records.
He had been In the railroad business here
for a great many year and pulled the
Overland Limited for a long time. He
leaves a wife and two ohildren. He was a
member of the Masonlo order and about
48 years old.
King Not Berloasly III.
LISBON, Oct. IS. Klnjt Manuel's physi
cian announced today that his majesty,
who is suffering from an intestinal trouble,
accompanied with svme fever, should re
cover within ten days unless unforeseen
complications develop. , ' '
Block 10 Campbell & Kearna of Reno.
north half of Valley View No, 1
Block 11 Paul Keel ot Colorado Springs
and Alec Walker, south half or Valley
View No. 3, which sidelines partly Nos. I
and z. Good pannlngs on new workings.
This block with block 3 will constitute part
of the property Messrs. Keel and Walker
will put Into a company.
Block 11 George Halley of Halley, Idaho,
ZOOxXA "feet on the Llmellte, near the cen
ter. Joining block t and the company block
on the west. The tunnel which the com
pany is running to crosscut Its rich ledge
encountered a stringer of ore on this ground
that panned well.
Block 13 John Hug and elm Johnson, on
western end of Llmellte adjoining blocks
t and 4. !
Block 14-Harry B. Weaacll and W.'H.
Conner, north half of Valley View No. S.
Block 15 B. F. Bogart of fi.ven-Trouglia,
east end of Llmellte. Mr. Bogart looked
aver he ground for the first time on Oc
tuber 14 and was well enough satisfied with
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