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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (April 10, 1910)
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10th and Jones Sts., Omaha.
roi poi ation which mlRlit pre-nt further
Bhnsr of ft(is .
"IVnple n !io l ad for years be en rlamot
ln for arraier pnhllclty In tde affairs of
inr poiHtions Hiul fur K'i ernnient super
vision beeaine liishlv IndlanHnt when they
found that their own particular corpora
tions nere required to make returns as
well as thrlr neighbor!'. What thev wanted
was publicity for others, and not for them
selves." he exclaimed.
.et Itraertlas; t redlt.
T he attirnry general drdauil that the
work of toe tariff commission l meeting
the appreciation it deserves and said It
provldrd the best and most careful n
vestiKHtlon of facts for future revision of
the tariff, lie read a resolution endorsing
the cominlsaiun recently appointed by th
hoard of directots'i f the National Tariff
The prrslilrnfs special messages. Mr.
Ickeifham added. had i ("commended
ftinotidments to the Miloi wlatc ccmine;ce
law, federal luco; porathm, postal savlnus
hanks, uillfoiin safely appliances on rail
road trains, changes to make the em
ployers' liability act more cosy to enfurce.
Intelligent conservation laws, readjustment
of mall rates and revision of the customs
laws. The president had placed before
coHRtcss for enactment into lau, he de
clared, all tho.ie measures which the re
publican party had pledged Itself to adopt,
and if congress should adjourn without en
acting them, then upon congress and not
the blench of faith.
Program will t.o Tlirouitl
But air. Wlokcrsham expressed li.. con
viction that the president's program would
"! am firmly prrsuaded that these meas- I
ures will not fall," he said, "and Hint j
despite the efforts of Individuals to magnify
their own patrlcular Importance at the ex
pense of party loyally and parly honor,
the republican ma jority In cvngress will '
make good the party pledges and give to j
the country the benefit of that legislation
th party has promised and which thu
preside tit has so clearly and so forcefully
Kconomies of the expense of conducting
the government the speaker discussed cx
jbausltvoly. Kor the first time in the his
tory or the country, tie s.int. a compre
hensive hudaet had been prepured dealing
with estimated expenditures and the means
of raising money to defray tliein. . Tha
fiscal year ending in June, lltll. wcrnld sec
a saving of more tha i im.OOO.ooo over 1:I0,
and $,"iB. 0110,000 less than the appropriations
for the latter year.
"There has never been such a reduction
In the history of ihs government." lit
said, "nor Is there any record of any
effort by any other administration to re
duce ;stlma.tes similar to that made by
department heads this year."
The work of the departments lie reviewed,
saying the navy had suffered from fre
quent change of secretaries; proposed
changes In legislation for the Pepartment
of the Interior be endorsed; the census
work In the Pepartment of Commerce and
Labor he sketched briefly, and then ho
touched on the work of the Pepartment of
Mr. Wlckersham referred to the prosecu
tion of sugar frauds in New York, point
ing to forty-eight convictions and only one
acquittal by a jury, as well as the collec
tion of more than $3,r00,000 In back duties
by tile government.
Issue In Oil Case.
The Standard Oil and tobacco cases in
the supreme court of the United ftates he
referred to particularly, however, and de
clared they constituted the most compre
hensive attempt ever made by the govern
ment to deal with, the question of monopoly.
"In effect," declared the attorney general
with great emphasis on the word 'effect,'
"they Involve the question whether or not
the entire Industries of this country may
be legally controlled by one group of men.
"It is not to be inferred that It Is the in
tention of the republican party to put any
check upon the natural and legitimate de
velopment of business enterprise either
through Individual or corporate organiza
tion. "But It certainly has been Its fixed pur
pose since the enactment of the Sherman
law In 1SW to prevent the perversion of
laws of corporate organization through
intercorporate stockholdings to the accom
plishment of schemes of monopoly.
"It is not essential to American progress
or American prosperity that one group of
men shall control the entire busTness of
the United States in Oil. in sugor, or Iron
or any other commodity, and no sound
principle of economic law Is offended by
striking down all such artificial combina
tions." When he had finlnhed reciting the admin
istration's campaign against corruption, the
attorney general said:
"All these represent the determined policy
of the government to attack all special
privileges and undue preferences, whether
obtained by Illegal combinations, by brib
ing publlo officials, by rebates or ispeclal
advantages In transportation or by any
Call to Republicans.
"Is it not time that all those who call
themselves republicans should wtop coquet
ting with the democratic party; should sink
their individual preference about the de
tails of legislation and join with republican
workers In carrying to fruition under our
great, f at lent, candid, w ise republican
president the work of clinching the reforms
of the last eight years on the lines so care
fully and so wisely laid down in the plat
form of 1908.
Wise legislation, embodying no suddent
impulse, but matured views expressed In
party council, la pressed for enactment.
When the account I catft and the people
weigh them In the balance at the last elec
tion, who will find most favor? They who
stood shoulder to ahotilder with the presi
dent In carrying out the party pladges, or
those who, true to no party principles, hov
ered like the bat In the fable, sometimes
with one, sometimes with the other, and In
the end was cast out and eoorned by both.
So, geneltmen. In responding to your
toast, "The Administration,' I have endeav
ored briefly to indicate the principle upon
which the president and his advisers have
been working and some of the results they
have accomplished. I can say heartily for
all my colleagues that they are a body of
very loyal, very sincere gentlement, who
are striving to serve th people with a
single minded devotion, true to republican
principles and loyal to the president, whom
one and all of them enthusiastically love
LEADING IOWA MAN H DEAD
Captain J. 0. Hutchinson Expires at
Home in Ottumwa.
insldtrsilon and will br iinuouncrd
WIFE DIES OF BROKEN HEART
Mr. . T. Drnlmin of Minis Clr Fol
lows Husband to t.ravc M Iners
Heady with Demand fur
(I'rnm a Staff Correspondent.
PKS MOlNKS. April i. -(Special Tele
gi am. I Captain J. 1. Hutchinson of Oi
tuinwa died there this afternoon after a
short t!lnes. He was one eif the prominent
wholesale merchants and prominent war
veterans. 11 served In the state senate
twenty-five years sgo which gave him the
tContlnued from First I'sge )
along the sunny slopes of in Lagutlau
Alps from Hpei'a to Kapallo.
Half an hour after the arrival of ejolonei
Roosevtlt th prefect and the mayor of
flrnoa called on him and greeted him In
the name of the municipality. Tonight
Colonel Roosevelt and hU lle dli.eJ quie ly
at their nuul
Continues hr nallrnad.
The Jloosetrlta will continue their
Journey by tram to I'orto Mauiixio,
where they n 111 visit Miss Catew, Mrs
Kuesevflt's sister, who has a beautiful villa
there. The Inhabitants of I'm to Mauiiilo
hae planned elaborate festivities In honor
republican nomination feir governor In 1"1, j cf ,,, x-prcs!denl, but chief Interest In
We have on our books todsv over Thirteen
Million Dollar, held by conservative and dis
A Bee WanI Ad
will rent that vacant house, fill those vacant
at a very small cost to you. Be convinced,
rooms, or secure boarder on short notice
Telephone Douglas 238.
Bee Office, 17th and Farnam.
WARM SESSION OF ACADEMY
(Continued from I'age.)
enced to a conception o fthe employers'
relation as that of master over a servant.
"When a court denies me the right to
speak to a fellow man peaceably, 1, with
his consent, propose to apeak with him
notwithstanding. So far a an Injunction
undertake to restrain men, and the de
struction of property, even that I hold
doe not and cannot II injunction proceed-
ing for the doing of these thing Is a clrni
for which the law specifically provides
punishment. I do not apeak as a lawyer,
but aa a layman, but I think I know some
thing of th proposition."
It was t thl point Mr. Oomper.-i' speech
Th Key to th Situation 0 Want Ads!
when he as defeated bv Boles
At Mason City today Mrs. t. T. Pcr.lson
d.ed suddenly, following tiie desii of h-r
husband, uho died on Thursday. The widow
had been In III health, but unquestionably
she died of a hrnken heart bectu'e of the
demise of her husband, ttlio wan a promi
After a week of labor on the rit of the
state miners' convention but little has been
president, rested the responsibility for aecoinplisned nesioes agi eemg ui .....
iof the demands upon the operators. 11 is
i undei sioiiel that when the Joint convention
1 ' .,r .i., i m nti.i nntriiim-M meets Mouduv
the iiilneus will demand a 10 per cent raise
land reduction of rents on houses. The
I operators would concede a j pet e enl in-
crrase. but not more.
A strong movement was started today
by slud'nls of Ptake university and bus
iness men to raise Jl'i.OOU for an endowment
of a medical school eif PiaUe university.
The unlvrrslty board had announced It
would abandon the medical school owing
to the higher standard required for e-ol-leges.
The Stale Railroad commission today
promulgated rules for demurrage on rail
roads which were adopted at the national
convention of the commissioners in Wash
ington last winter. These make but little
( hang In the custom of Iowa railroads and
the opposition of tho Iowa manufacturers
has been withdrawn.
In Charlie tf C ampaign.
Robert J. Fleming of Pes Moines, one of
the best known business men of the stales,
has been placed In charge of the progres
sive campaign, which will be vigorous from
beginning to end. Plans for the campaign
have been thoroughly made and the or
ganization is far more complete than any
which Mr. Carroll will be able to call to
his aid, at least in th beginning of the
campaign. It is hinted that he will not
be ablet to call to Ifls support the recently
organized standpat club, as many of its
members are hostile to the present gov
ernor personally, lie will have tha sup
port of the nationnl republican committee,
which may not be a matter of strength in
a state a thoroughly centralized as Iowa.
ermpa per Owner to Wed.
Announcement was made today of the
approaching marriage of Lafayelte Young,
Jr., business manager of tha Pes Moines
Pally Capital1, to Miss Virginia McArthur.
Mr. Young Is president of the Ui eater Pes
Moines committee and Is one ot the moat
aggressive of the younger men of the city.
He has been business manager of his
father's paper for the last five years. Miss
McArthur is the daughter of W. J. Mo-
Arthur, clerk of the United States district
court for Iowa. The wedding will take
place In the lata spring.
Would Bny Water Plant.
Mayor llanna today announced a vigor
ous campaign towards th purchase of the
city watui works plant by the city at the
expiration of Its franchise a year hence.
He was elected on a municipal ownership
platform and has started out to make good
his pre-election pledges. Pes Moines 1
paying 30 cents per 1,000 gallons for water
at the present time, a higher price than any
other of Its alze Is paying.
No Slot Machines or Gambling.
Pes Moines will not go back to the day of
slot machines and gambling. The official
announcement of this was made by Chief
of Police Ycager after a long consultation
with Councilman Koe, head of the depart
ment. Following the election of. Roe, with
Its defeat of Hamery, tha liberal element
believed that they had won a notable vic
tory in the city, but the ultimatum of the
heads ot the public safety department would
Indicate that Pes Moines Is to remain on
the subdued map for some time to come.
Councilman Koe Is at outs with th other
member of the city council over Night
Chief Ab Day. Koo wished to reduc the
captain to tha ranks, but the signal ability
he has displayed in th eight years he bai
been on the force makes th other mem
bers of the force object to lowering his
grade. Day haa long been considered the
most efficient officer on th force.
Bar I. urge Tract.
Jansen Haines, manager of the Dea
Moines Gas company, and A. C. Miller,
president of the Home Savings bank, to
day purchased ninety-one acres of ground,
all within the city limits ot Des Moines,
the consideration being $01,000. The ground
has been used a a cornfield for years. Jt
will be platted and sold as residence lots
In the near future. It is situated Just weet
of the state fair grounds.
v Baker 1 Swamped.
The final attempt of th Baker forces
in the Iowa mine workers' ranks to land
their man in th office of secretary of the
association ended today when Secretary
Frank Cameron was re-elected by a vote
ot 213 to 93. The association spent the day
In routine business with the exception of
this fight. Th operators met at the
Savcry In the morning and expressed th
belief that they would be able to come
to an agreement with th miner In short
order after the meeting of the Joint scale
committee, which will begin its operation
Sell Base Ball Tickets.
On hundred men are canvassing the
business districts of Des Moines to sell
bass ball tickets for th first gam of th
season. The movement Is In the hands of
the Booster club of the city. Both jeers
Mr. Hlgglns haa been owner of th team
money ha been lost and the fans are at
tempting to start him out with a 13,000
nest eggs a th receipts of th first gam
of the season. ,
1 I U.-I1I K-IK rhnlllv Alan.
Prominent standpatters In the city made
th announcement following Garst's
message to the republicans of the state
today that they would carry tn fight
between progressives and standpatters
Into the next senatorial campaign and at
tempt to place Governor B. F. Carroll in
tha chair of Senator Dolliver. Th stand
patters figure that it they can win with
Carroll at this time they will be able to
win the senatorial toga two years hence.
his three el.iys' stay at the Catew IIU
will bo the visit Iherc on Monday to see
Colonel Roosevelt of Clifford I'lnchot, for
mer chief forester of the United States De
partment of Agriculture. It Is already
quite certain, however, that tho vljit ot
Mr. Pinchol will not be followed by any
of the sensational developments that evi
dently are expected in some quarters.
Colonel Roosevelt has announced in ad
vance that he wii have nothing to say
after tho Interv lew.
He continues to maintain the silence on
political affairs lie lnought back with him
from the heatt of Africa. H has k-pt
a perfectly eipefi mind while being posted
upon what ttaniipiitd during Ins absence
and with regard to the present actual po
litical situation at home. Without bias lie
Is ready to liKtcn lo friend or foe.
Interview vltli riuebot.
Accordingly Colonel Roosevelt willingly
acceded to Mr. l'lnchot's request for an In
terview and during it Mr. Pinchol is ex
pected to explain in detail his side of the
series of events that led up to his U1h
missal by President Taft as chief of the
foresst service. In the sam way Colonel
Roosevelt expects to see other friends, both
In Kuiope and America.
Colonel Roosevelt continues to express
regret over the Inability of United States
Senator Kllhu Root to come to Europe to
meet him and from the senator he would
have been able lo obtain a sympathetic
exposition of the administration's side of
affairs, with which It is believed he lost
touch while In Africa.
It is said that by letter or otherwise,
since he returned to civilization, Colonel
Roosevelt has had from ardent supporters
and admirers In the United State a good
deal of sharp criticism of the Tafi ad
ministration and It is believed also that
he has received appeals urging the neces
sity of his re-entry into the political arena.
But If this be so. Colonel Roosevelt has
not given the slightest intimation of what
Impression they have made. He always In
sists that he has nothing to say on the
subject until he gets back to America.
Colonel Roosevelt relates an amusing In
cident ot the trip. When he and Mrs.
Roosevelt reached the top of the pass at
Setrl Pevante where they stopped last
night, the enterprising proprietor of a tav
erna rival of the one In which they had
engaged rooms sent out couriers In ad
vance bearing American and Italian flags
and triumphantly escorted Colonel and Mrs.
Roosevelt to his own hotel.
More Discussion to Rome.
ROME, April . The Vatican-Rewsevelt
Incident Is still causing animated discus
sion between partisans. The parly which
has rallied to the support of Cardinal
Merry del Val insists that It matters not
what consequences may ensue, as any
other outcome would be better than to
have exposed the pope to humiliation, as
would have been the case had Mr. Roose
velt visited the pontiff and later called on
th Methodists, simply to demonstrate that
he could not be treated as waa fornier
Vice President Fairbanks.
The faction hostile to the papal secretary's
attitude asks what th VatMjan would
think If next autumn when Cardinal
Vincenzo Vannutelli, after attending the
Euoharistic congress at Montreal, Bhould
upon going to the United States b asked
to din with President Taft on the con
dition that he would not visit the Apostolic
Mission house in Washington, directed by
Monslgneur Doyle, and which mission, like
that of Methodists In Rome, is engaged In
converting persona to the faith It repre
sents. TOO MUCH WORK
(Continued from First Page.)
too rver requirements. Some school ho
thought reunited too many subjects, the
effect ef w h it'll wns tt confuse ttie Bitpll
and give "him "a poor knowledge of, too
A session was held thl mornlnff at the
t.aivnti Ht which Die speakers were Super
intendent lleter. Chancellor Avery of the
University of Nebraska and President A.
K. Turner of Hastings college.
This afternoon the teachers met in s c
lions to give these Interested In particular
matters an opportunity to hear and illscus
their favorite subjects. The Story Tellers'
league met In the assembly room ot the
library building and heard papers and dls-eusse-d
the educational value of stories for
the children ef the lower rrailes. Miss
('.race Minor of Omaha presided Those
musically Inclined met at th high aehool.
The tural school section, which wis ihn
largest attended, met at the opera house,
ar.d muting t!ie speakers were Superintend
ent Maty Foster of Chss county. Supeiln
lendent Matzcn of Podge. The hlli school
cee-tlein met In the eighth grade room st
the Ccntial school and dlscusseil the
present high school law. normal tralnlns
In Hie high school and other topics, oilier
sectieins. nnt at tho Congregational and
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Have Root Print It.
Bwoboda Certified rubllc Accountant.
Lighting nature Burgees Orandon Co.
1850 National X.lf Insurance Co 1U10
Charles K. Adely. Oonernl Agent. Omaha.
Bush to Oo to Oklahoma Special As
sistant Attorney tieneral S. It. Ru-li v.ill
leave for Tills. i. OM.. at the end of the
month to participate In the trial eif (iov
rrnor C. li. Haskell of that sta'.e for al
leged ceunpllclty In the Muskogee town lot
deals. The trial Is sot feir heailmr at
Tnlas, Mny 2. All the efforts on the part
t'f the defendants to de:ly the tilul or
q i.ish thl Indictments retutimd ugalnst
tlitin have been defeated by ti e govern
ment and the trials will come .iff on sched
Chamberlain's tvigTi Remedy Is a medi
cine of great worth and merit. Try it when
you have a cold.
Bio; Tins for stork Grower.
ALLIANCE:, Neb., April . (Special Tele
gram.) The Nebraska Stock Grower' ae
soclstion convention, which 1 held yearly
in this city In June, has been deferred
until July 5, 6 and T, and the ciiiaens1
committee today secured $3 000. with moie
promlse-d. to make the three day a con
tinuous cclehralion of such kind that it
will be the main event in northwest Ne
biaka. The feature and jrogram are now
office, the witness said there were 30.000
suspended cases in the general office.
Congress on March i, 1V09, had ap
propriated $1,000,000 to bring the work of
the land office up to data. Mr. Ballinger
announced the Intention of accomplishing
this work if possible.
In the middle of May, 1909, Mr. Plercej
said ex-Governor Miles C. Moore of Wash
ington came to see Secretary Ballinger.
"The secretary let me in and said he had
been consulted with reference to tho Cun
ningham claims while he was out of gov
ernment service and he wanted me to act
on all matters connected with that case.
I talked with Governor Moore about the
cases. He complained ot the delay in
acting upon the claims. I sent for Mr.
Finney, assistant to the secretary, who
In turn tent for Glavls and w discussed
the cases In tome detail. That was th
only tlm I ever talked with Glavls. Tin
next (Jay I told Moore that a prima facie
case appeared In the record and he oould
not have hi patents. Mr. Moore was very
much chagrined and put out. He wrote
to Secretary Ballinger that I had proved
a disappointment and mat ne was going
home with a message that would give scant
comfort to hi associates. At this time
Glavls had possession of th newly-discovered
"From that time to thlB," asked Mr.
Vertrecs, "has Secretary Ballinger at
tempted to Interfere with your direction
or control of the cases or attempted to in
fluence your Judgment or action?"
"He positively has not."
Adjournment was tBkcn until next Fri
Return to Nature
the Quickest and
Surest Way to Health
You know from experience what drugs
wil do, merely a temporary stimulation,
always followed by a depressing reaction
and additional weakness and despair.
Knowing this, why do you continue their
use? Why not try for a change at least,
the Neuropathic treatment, which gives
permanent help, and with no reaction. It
gives new strength, vitality, energy and
The use of drugs, stimulants and other
so-called tonics which are used so gen
erally for the ailments and diseases of
the human race are all based upon the
principle of stimulation. But the medical
practitioners know and you know, if you
stop to think, that you only get a drug
effect and a seeming stimulation for the
time being only.
If you had a horse, poor, weak and
exhausted, either from overuse, abuse or
lack of proper nourishment, you could
bring out all ot his remaining vitality by
the use of the whip, but this treatment
would not impart to the famished animal
any new life, strength or vitality. It
would simply use up and exhaust what
remained. Exactly the same thing re
sults when one who Is suffering from
any weakness or ailment, takes drugs or
uses any of the unnatural remedies to
bring Into action what la left remaining
of their waning elrength, energy or vital
ity. Neuropathy seeks out th innermost
nerve, muscle, organ, poor neglected and
starved gland or tiny blood vessel, and
exercises It, gets it to worR naturally as
it should, and once more health results
and your whole being fairly tingles with
new strength and vigor.
A partial list of complaints that quickly
yield to the Neuropathic treatment, viz.:
Anemia, Brlght's disease, bladder troubles,
constipation, colds, coughs, catarrah (all
kinds), deafness, diabetes, dyspepsia, female
disci dors, goiter, hay fever, headaches,
hoarseness, hysteria, Impeitency, Insomnia,
indigestion, locomoter ataxia, lumbago,
lung troubles, neuralgia, neurasthenia,
obesity, paralysis (all kinds), rheumatism
(all kinds), St. Vitus' dance, torpid liver,
vertigo, weak eyes and many otltcrs loo
numerous to mention.
C. R. Woolley, Ph. N., the F.xpert Nerve
Specialist and Neuropath, who Is located
hn Suite 216, Neville block, corner Sixteenth
and Harney streets, wants every afflicted
reider of this paper to call and see hlrn,
so thai he may explain and demonstrata
why Neuropathy cures after all oth';r
methods fail even to glva relief. Remember
that health Is your most valuable asset,
without It you cannot prosper or be happy.
Health is within the reach of all. It Is
simply knowing where and how to obtain
It. If drugs have not cured you they have
at least manifested their Inability to do so.
The Neuropathic treatment Is the most
unique, wonderful and scientific system of
removing the cause of disease. Marvelous
results follow the first treatment. It
matters not how long the patient has been
afflicted or what the previous treatment
has been, if there Is a possible cure the
trouble will quickly ylold to the methods
of the Neuropath. Consultation tree.
Hours: 9:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. ; Sunday;
10 a. m. to 12 m. 216 Neville Mock, corner
Sixteenth and Harney streets.
SCHOOL TEACHERS IN SESSION
Total Enrollment of Tbonaanel Ex
peeled Many Meetings
FRKMONT. Neb.. April 9 -(Special.)-The
opening session of tli Eastern Central Ne
braska Teachers' association was held last
evening at the Larson opera house, with
over 600 teachers in attendance. The total
enrollment it is expected will exceed 1.0W.
Previous to the beginning ot the program
Swlhart's orchestra rendered aeveral selec
tions and Miss Vlda Nation played a violin
solo. President W. A. Yoder presided. D.
V. Stephen extended to the visitors a
welcome on behalf of the city. Th princi
pal address was by Superintendent S. L.
Hctster of St. Paul. Minn. His subject.
"Fashions In Flggers," gave little intima
tion of what he talked about. Much of the
criticisms of th schools he considered un
called fur. Lax mental discipline he lalil
lo te.o much Interest In society instead of
(11 ieTH if
ol Black Opals
The most beautiful gem of mod.
crn time. One week on! v.
'This week." call ami see tlieni
If you would like W hee most
beautiful of all gems.
C. B. Brown Co.
Jewelers and Silversmiths
Sixteenth and Faroam
SINCE you must
buy a sppno
suit, and perhaps u
ei i er eA .1 f r - .ei,i
I tllllV.V7f.lt. Ul apiin
overcoat why n o t
buy it now, and why
not a Dourkc twenty
five every suit, rain
coat or o vcrc o a t so
styled has earned that
distinction by virtue of
the fact that it is the
finest that tailoring
skill can province for
Wo Would liKf In m'Ii n;i your.
clutlics this Muslin. lniitv
iiml talk it uwr.
Suits. K:iiiM'o;its ami ( l ti'-niiit!-.
1 ?.' to :H(.i.i.
A ucVk 'iftt (i''s of!' a man' ap
)t'arane. The Bout k . preferred
that 's our kit- -is a
tojipy I il.
318 S. 15th St.
Are You a
Can you get orders from
dealers for a high grade spe
cialty line, In a good terri
tory? Have you a position
now? If you want to in -crease
your income, if you
have a position now but want
a butter one with excellent
opportunities. If you want a
good salary and expenses
with the chance to earn good
commissions on excess busi
ness, then we want to talk
with you. Not a snap, but a
good, steady job that will
grow as fast as you do. An
idle man will not be consid
ered. Give particulars. Box
332, Omaha, Nebraska.
Is what we want from
pteli customer, To re
ceive this means that
our work must he right.
Not one week, hut every
Ever try us?
Wish you would.
Do not hesitate to
send us your daintiest
-TO M.WtK THK CI.U..K OF
TWK.M V V II.VItH OF
Ill'SINKSS IX OMAHA.
we ill bring here some of Ihn
moist solert of eastern stocks to
augment cur own rapidly in
creasing line of prftitiuii
jewels in modern moulting.
Monday, May 16
will be the opening of thiw, our
flrFt annual diamond exhibit.
Sixteenth and Harney St.
Ta Biggest Money-making Moving Pic
ture JrUm on th Market Today.
KELSOM . WOXOAT TlttUT riLM.
can b rented to promeitera fii-M woili.
i.'.oO: aeeooel week. S l. ami ''' ;eer
,Xielulv B-lgbt of Territory. Ant t :si,
! CHICAGO ritM EXCHANU.E. V-
Telephone Doug, 1908. W
i 14th and Douglas Sts. Oaiuka, Keb.
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