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THE BEE: OMAHA. TUESDAY. ATKIL 12. lfm.
UlM'Umi FKOM ttltKA.v
6olC.' t Gli Islt.ld 6T Bntttr I
nd is Bid '
LTTTEB TO SLCHITAJRY OF STATE !
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Write, hat Matter fa fCatlrelr
a Haade of knrrtcr
aa He a Verger.
"ft em a faff Correspondent )
LINCOLN. Ap"il U tPperial.-FrTn the
tind l.and Miiar- Hmf there r.a
nm." a H.i nil ite.p to "rciTiii i ll niir i
Jur.Mn from Ih old soldier houned thr.
Ti r em plaint, which it r.gned by C. G.
VnnM. set out in detail a sto'y of con
0 ti'.ri which h say are lntoie-ablc.
fl Meat which th old soldiers are competed
io I. Mr. Vannre wroe. was o rotten
tha.: I'r flit',, mnt;j' appinted
there, refused to rcrirt't ny of tt to be
btought into th honp.ta.: while th butter
it of th nam brand a that of which
amp) was recently fart to th s;ate house.
Thai sample w so rancid thut It look
several hour to get th odor of It out of
th offic of th ! eia-")- of stsle.
'W can do nothing ' aald rs-crta-T or
P:te Junkm. If th Board of Tubhr
land and building had it way about the
matter th commandant of th Soldiers'
Horn at Grand Island would have ben re
Tw ifH imr aso. To m.v mind h ha dm-iin-rt4
That h Vr not comptn: in th
pt!on which h fllld. But M i a cat.
ni!y for th -ormoT. If Commandr
Pm 6o not lik an ordr w iu.. h
a.mply i;nor It. and w bar ho powr
to rmo him or fore bltn to carry out
jrrtruction. W cannot foro htm 1o fd
th oldir on rood mat that w buy.
Th arovwmpr ot't can hlp out th un
fmnm iwmtwt of the home."
Mr. YantiftM wroi that all the tat
tnnt be mad atoul fd.r.( th oldirc
on rottn meat oould b rerified by th
urron. I'r. Pun. an could th nory of
th rancid burter.
Tba old woldier way in hi appeal for
tilp: "My God: Mr. Junkln. it 1 worwe
Th complaint ay( the hulldlnir are aro
int; to ruin and It w-iU require more than
ts MM to put them In a good ahap a they
r when the preeent commandant -umed
i A threat on the part of th commandant,
P aald th letter, t rodure wajt of em
loe and nurwe fta caud many com
petent employe to quit, and other are
threatenina: to quit a aoon a Mr. BameH .
put hi threat nto effect. j
It I charired 1n the letter that Mr. Barn
eold a bunch of cattle, which he had fed
. 'i ir,ir t . loo to, th.., h
i locing money for th etate and at the j
Him time 1 not treating the aoldier a
they ahould be treated. Vpon hi return
to th city Mr. Junktn will turn hi letter
over ta the governor and ak him to take
Rined Dwelt, raid Flee.
Frar.4 iHa:-e made a mimake and ahot a
duck In the presence of the ever-watchful
Ian Gull i and Joe Boehler. gtmc warden
and rtrpui) . and a a reault had to pay out
as when taken before Judge iir.fferman if
lakota county. All thi et.ox.lng occurred
a I CryFtaJ lake, where th two aieuth
eient to anai a few, pernor who ee aup
poned le be fiahing illegally. Instead of
catching the-Xiaherman, they caught th
OaaeakB Mt ere Teraa.
Fred Onsen k op, eentenred to eer e ten
year in tn atate penittntiary for man
elaugtater. having killed Charles Burn,
must aerv hi term. The eujireme court
ha affirmed the decision of the dietrict
court of Case county. Attorneys fur the
defendant argued that the state bad not
given sufficient time to investigate wit-
neas summoned sfter th trial began and
whtwe names had not been given out prev-
ious to th time the trial began. Thty also
(.omnia lord that the Jury' had been sep-
stated for a period of .'wenty-one daya.
wing to the fact tat a family of one of
the witnesses had been Quarantined tin
account of smallpox. The court overruled
Mmmrn Cava pi lea with Order.
The Bjrilcgton has notified the Btale
Kai:w ay commission that tt will obey th
ojdtr ia construct a new depot at Hold
rrge, but It aaked until May 1 to get Its
plan perfected. This time was granted.
The order wa issued by the commission
alter a hearing had been given on bom
s.des and it was proven te the satisfaction
of the commission that Holdrege waa en
titled to a better depot than It had.
lasgterui state Hsasr,
i. Torrel of Swedsbr-g headtid a class of
Uarty-flv boys and gi-1 is an inspvctiun
of the slat bouss today. The class cal.ed 1
aL the various office and met the :..!
oXX.Vers w he chanced to be in .
' Uskf I.Ike Rekste.
Jt. atiaxe iU-Jw- oummweiou hss di-
mi-aed th. coo.plaint of tii. Kend.li-Pmah j have beeV rented tor w,7r' T i" .Z'J...
cumpatiy against Lht Burlington raiiruad ! Patierson. superintendent; Mas Msrie i ct"TIP',J' 'f headed by the celebrated
Tfci w as a cits w herein the Kendall-Sm th ' K rrincipai: Mtsse Hollenberk and , black-facte .romediana, being engaged in aie
emwu' had for Hurt m fr'm I i!Lm.f..r 1 ?3 ,(a.TSrlmw,t- ih"r I thi rrlest an maddeat of mualcal
Wood, aw n
uo,aiii io umom, a oisianc ol ix
illes. of g? a tar, by w hich it shipped
... .....i i io-u-
.am trom u uuii. In !, the company
to Lancolu, a distance tif
rtm.iro uui iic ana put in a rate of s'win ih? or brirk. The telephone company
ecu per m pounds. Py roason of thi
h.rtier rat th complainant art out that
"Is .cod for lie healthr
Some are so strong they
can fctand abuse
There's comfort and pure
relief for tho-e who have
troubles from coffee and
there are many front a
change to well-made, well
boiled There a Reason"
Fcstum Cereal Ccmjiany, Ltd..
Battle CreeV. V.lrh.
ii w c.it..l tu d ik inttnu the grtndir :
and metketti.g of flour and feed etuff
The rte en commnd He to flour and fed I
jch a w hat and com. for the thirty!
a:a waa i cent per ln pound, but unt j
JuiT ,,ir' tn" r' l rt1t,
Te force th railroad 1 restore that So
rate th commleeioo to be a very
"r precedent. a th rat wa. m
th ntur of rehat.
wariest Caw.ee Maa.
Mifi of th ta. Hoard af A
I ment feel wurw that taa backbone of
I ter 1 broken. They we aretwd
! afternoon by A. W. Prribrer of the Union
Pacific taa departmenU who i a aur
i hurb.nrer tf hot time and warm w-athr.
Mr. Srrltmer cm down tn look over aome
' of the railroad report and a-et a dt .
I for hi appearanre before th board when
i-ecin It meetin on the firwt Monday
I .a wrcwre Hti 1m Warti.
Ed Iaw-reinc. bond clerk in th office
of Slate Auditor Barton. tody filed bonds
ii4 by Thelp county to th amount of
linfl m for a new court hout and Jail and
bond to th amount of IT.WO for Bear
City for wir wotk. j
Goernor Shaiienberaer and Leo Mat-
thew. hi thjf tlik and cretary to th j
democratic elate cornmittee. went to Ptrat- j
ton thi morning" to take part in th demo- j
cratir bnqut there ton;glit.
Really at Work
on Capital Removal
Citizem of Grind Island Take Stept 1
to Be in Beidineil When I
GRAND ISLAND. :eh.. April 11 'Spe
cial.) A meeting of the Commercial club
ha been called for tomorrow evening for
the purpoee of dicuFlng th action to be
taken w tth reference to eeruring a vote
by the people of the -etate on the capital
removal proposition before any appropria-
1 tion or levy 1 made for a new cpitol
building. The aim i to co-operat w Ith youngrtera kept out of danger by making
every city and county tn central and n impoairible for them to accumulate can
weirtern Nebreka. Kearney' Commer- j non. rocket and othr implement of
cial club already ha a committee on pub- S war and carnage.
licity and th fact i recogniaed fully that
up to the pwrht of fixing a new location, if
it come to that, the interest of the j
various clUee are identical. Ther i little, j
doubt but that there will be united action.
definite plan to that effect having been,
in a measure, formulated.
MERCY SISTERS OPEN
HOSPITAL AT ALLIANCE
;ewr Iwtitot fee Vewera trkraak
d Kasterai lewra la C war; ml
ATJJANCE. Neb.. April 11 fPpec'al
Telegram.) The Mercy Flster of Omaha
formally opened the Alliance hospital here
taday under the name of the Mercy hospi
tal. It will now be In full charge cf these
aistere w ith a competent staff of physician
and surgeon and will supply the hospital I
1 demand of western Nebraska and th east- j
' ern part of Wyoming and southern Bouth I
j Dakota. The new hospital is In course of j
; erection and when completed will be one J
j of the best equipped Institutions in the
i state. !
Faklra aad Beggua l ader Baa.
CENTRAL, CITT. Neb., April U. Spe
cial. ) Te campaign being waged by the
Commercial club agrainst traveling begarare
and fake advertising schemm I already
bearing fruit, and the sight of sn Itinera-
ant beggar bearing the plaocard. "1 Am
! Blind." or carrying paper explaining that
j he is deaf arid dumb, seem to be almost a
j thing of the past in Central City. The Com-
! "rcis.i ciud
ha appointed a credential
I committee, which is to eiwmine the papers
j r " beggar w ho come to th tow n ak-
i lnK for ana ,r tn'-v convince the com-
i fifee that they are w orthy they are auth-
! or'pa to ahead and ask aid from the
j citiaen. A week ago a beggar started to
work in Central City, asking for aid on the
plea that he waa deaf and dumb. Th com-
mine nintinn nie papers ana xouno tnst . many buildings the city owns or ha claim tty to oe for themselves what Is being
he only bore th affidavit of H. B. Raine. iB various aectloni, for wtiicfa no rent I " "nh ot aelf-help cam
purporting to be a practioing phj-aioian in j, being received. Deign being conducted by the Aoc.iated
Denver. Colo. A dipatch to the city clerk I ( - ! Charttlaa. A baxaar la to be held on those
of Denver brought th Information that! Aaaeaaeeaaeata af the Theaters. i days ia th rotunda of tbe Be building, for
ther ws no such physician aa H. B. i If you haven't vial ted Mia Patsy at the! the exhibition and sale of variou article
Raines In Denver and that there had not Brandeia you are doing yourself a rreat manufactured by men and women at Park
been any listed in the city directories f or ' injustice, for she is on of tha eaaMt ,-i. Wilda home.
the last four years. The fellow who bore
the certificate, when be found that his
esse waa being investigated, left town on
the first trsin.
Nebraska ews atee.
CENTRA 1 CITT-Max H. Shelton and
E'sie (juieeen berry were married at tne ,
home of the bride's mother. Mrs M. K.
Wuissenberry. north uf town Sunday.
REPI BL.1CAN CITT A k result of1
T urft v r election there will be no saloons
tietween Superior and McCook. Uast year
Alma. Red Cioud, Arapahoe and Biooml ni
ton were wet.
A Trrnr T Tl 1 TT L. I I 1 k .
' KEPI BUcAS CTTT Tlie Farm
! W errhants Telephone company coir
, last week the erection of a lelephr
tl. f!l(,, ,n ,ri, clty. Tn, m.'w
REPl BIjrAN CTTT-Tlie Farmer and
one cen -
J;" ''n ooirg' considerate other work
hare recently :n improving their sj stem.
tENTRAL CITT Work ba Just been
commenced on tne fine new brick building
b-ing put up bv the Farmer Ktat bsnit
The block w ill be on one of th best busi-
ness comer In th town and will be on- Woodward Stock company is presentanaT
structed of fin pressed brick. It 1 M- Temnles Tel-rm' in . .w-T
t-cird that it will be comp.eied before ."', Tmp" " Tf,'rTm .v that
June 1. ' is giving satisfaction to all. The ertgafe-
CENTRA L. CITT Only two w k mor meet end on Saturday night, and on Bun
snd in fine new depot which Ui Vnion ! day afternoon the Howe Trawelogu wi'l
The''n.-oepo,",s o? bnc w T ' -t tb. tham.
a laige Vtit ure structure fronted b four j
masque stone columns, and has an ample Tht "Duck-None" Bob Van Oaten the
KlJTSvAg, on'th:icc lh' r.ereder. a, the Gay-
'! stem outside of the larger cities. j rt.v theater, has the whole town talking
CENTRAL CITT-B K. Caldwell, residing j about hi laugh-producing oooentrtcitie
T.r'ailiT" V'."f """ n u:"",a m-jwwa clearly shown by the s'.ae of th crowd
jur Mfmdav by Jumping onto a bora and 1
as hi ci.ndiiton became alarming It wa. ,l f"1""'- matinee-the la -west Monday
decided that a serious opera; un should be mat' nee th popular Gayety baa enjoyed in
perfoinHt. The opera'ion asa perlormed several weeks. I'pwarda of women
by ir Henrj' of malia, anirted bv irs . . , - women
Jones and J. F-. Benirm of this place At v"-!,a themselves of th barrels price.
report Mr Caldwell was show n,a
marked improvement and is regarded a ou
. CENTRAL CITT-Kuperv.sor Ma't Hart-,
of Silver Creek was able ta attend th
meeting oi Tne aupervisrirs her this week.
to hospital at Columbus Two month'
aao Harry was struck bv a fast trsin on
the T'nion Pacific at Silver tYeek. He bad
almost croseed tbe trark when th pilot
lin of th engine stnirk his arm. hurling
linn arteral ard. Th arm waa badiy
st, altered and e-mos: jerked from h-a
raraaer Kfliew hy Traja.
LEMARft. la.. April 11 (Special Tele-f-am
I James Nash, aged H sears, an old
resident of this count), while driving out of
H.nton about o clk th,. mornia,
was struck by a freight train and instantly
killed. Nash a borse and buggy aero burled I
about ninety feet.
Persistent adverusoig is tb roaf t B g
O'ISEILL ACESH'S CONTRACT
City Council Fot let Beady ta Girt
Back the Check.
XATTX2 KIT COKE U? T05IGKT
4fipMltta t tri f rrfett
lwr ) fr City Hall lwwr
r Mar Ielt riaa
w . . . . k hM
I in eui aprnrj vi wum
throurh a reorenttiv. rrente a lwttr
from Sute Auditor Barton to tha eity
council c mmlttee of th w hola Monday af
i ternoon, warnlnf aaint icr:minatoa in
in.ur.nca rate. The 0'!.'ei!l arencj. fleir.
out of earrvln th Ufaa nk
i on the Omaha city hall and fnmlwhlr.B
at th at rffrd. H.mw for thra jeara,
' I placing relianr on tha letiar of the
' auditor to proe it mad the low bid with
out due knowledie of the law.
Councilman Funkhouaer aid h fa'-ored
rialnr the O'Neill ajency and returning
It t heck for tVtl
Coumilroen Johnon. Kutel and Mcov
Gern did not taka kindly ta th pjopoaltion
for returning th check. Johnaon and Ku
ael aaid that to advrtia and radrrtie
ccl the city money, and certified check
r demanded to make biddera liv up to
their proportion. McCovarn, In a briaf
ar(Uroent with Funkhoueer. intimated re-
j nam kit vliii f e in m 111? ni'ur m mi ifiia,
I and Funkhouaer aaid thi ia poaalble. tut
i airicily prohibited by low.
j Pending the receipt of an eapecied eom
i munitation from tha O'Xei.l agency at the
! regular council meeting Tuesday evening.
action w a eef erred.
COonal B. F. Marahall appeared befora
! th committee to argue again th pro-
pofied ordinance ta prohibit firework on
th Fourth of July. Th oolonl made a
pyrotechnic! talk -for the bey who want !
to ppend cent and celebrate a their
Harry Fichr. who Jurt happened in.
took fierce iaeue with Colonel Marahall. and
wantd a.l firework kept away from child
ren. He did not object to aom man or
club giving an exhibition, but did want th
A a reeult of the talkTeet, tbe committee
placed on file the communication of tbe '
Omaha Woman'e club favoring tbe adoption !
of a prohibitory law againet fireworka
Being the regular meeting day of the club
no representative of th women put In an
Or. Breed Ceta reaMrosatlew.
Th committee voted unanimously and
with great aplomb te confirm the nom
ination of "Doc" Breed aa assistant vet
erinarian and slaughter house inspector,
srnt in by Mayor Dahlman; a so to aJlcw
c.ir ..u.irm.1 w m..vn ir, m oursw
hire, so that be can cover the independent
packing house in South Omaha. r-I
Breed had explained the difficulty tn well-
chosen w orda. and council felt be should
be thanked for accepting the place, which
had gone begging for aome time.
Eoikr Inspector Wolfe wa directed to
prepare- plana and specifications for re
pairing the city bail elevators, at an ex
pense, not to exceed fl.aM). which action
sidetracks th bid heretofore received for
1 w ejlvators. Obcks were ordered re
turned to the bidders and new advertise
ments will be made.
Dedleatloa af a tewrer,
Councilman Davia wanted the committee
to arrange a formal dedication of the new
sewer Just about completed on Fort street.
j by giving a banqutt therein.
j Councilman Hummel said he favored aa
i ice cream festival, to which everybody and
j his sister phould be invited
but be waa
(Opposed to an ofercial function.
Councilman MeGovern said be understood
j that family of sewer rata had already
taken possession, and be doubted tbe wis-
dom of tackling the rodent with so mild
ia dose aa Ice cream. Th committee de-
j clined to commit itself, th impression be -
; ing Jeft that to turn on the water will be
the beat dedicaion.
The commite on public property and
buildings wa directed to find out km
ever, and her list of admiring friend ia ex-
tending a rajufli.v as her aoaualntanoe.
Mis Qutnlan ia presamin- tbe ohanscter
oo delightfully that ordinary praise falls '-Da tne board of directors at once grasped
to do her yustioe, and the company ia one ; ll paasibilltj', establishing therein a bead
of the best seen at the ew theater. Jt is'fluartera for tbe utilising of energy and
a Ravage production, staged by George
Marlon, and snore then this caa not be
eatd for a comedy. On Wednesdsy afrer-
nnnn a fvmtriM will K. & , ..I -k.
'Molntryre and Heath in Haiti" comes
! melanges from the pen of John J. McNallv.
It 1 a Klaw V Erlanger show, and this
; means gorgeou
costume and scenerv.
wonderful lighting effects, snappy action
B- " tn,t rf,mh'DfH' t0 u
j show. The engagement t tor three n gbta.
w 1th a matines on Saturday
! ror closing week at the Boyd tbe 1
As an Sunday, the opening day foe tb
new bill at the Orpbeum. tbe farbionablee
who contributed to the enthusiasm that cb-
latiiea society n.gnt (Mondavi were
r,1, 1B ,h th.t ,
cu',,,,l oi" on tha heat seen at 1
Orpheum In a long time. Lily Lena wa
in big faror. Interest la doubly keen in
her because sb 1 a raueia of Alio Lloyd,
and there in a tendency to compare tb t w
famous singing comediennes from tbe
"halls" of London.
f "ans-m, a.. Bur
? Zu '
Burne and 1. K Ritter
near Monday eight
Frana J ' tamert. tnanager of the Cen
tral Coal aad Ceke eeonpaay of Omaha,
leavea Thursday fur Rait Lake CVy. I" tab.
wner- "ill swuw n IS lw HmnW.
Be Want Ada A-w tVusiBesa Boas Lars.
to Issue $400,000
Jew Independent Telephone x
thinjT t Be Bnilt in South
Omahn and Florence.
P.eeeiver 11 I. Abbott ef the Inde
pendent Telephone company mad applica
tion ta Judga H. Murrr in th United
Itate cirrult court Monday afternoon f(r
authority t ieeu MWi in reciver cer
tificaea for the Improvement and main
tenance of th plant under th iciver
hip The application wa granted by
Of the MKi 0C in certificate to be lud
j by the receiver. IlJe.Ano will be immedi- ,
ately avaJlahl for the building of a new
erchamr building in South Omaha, on a
lot already owned by th Independent com
pany at Twenty-fifth and M etreete. and
for the completion of the exchange in Flor
ence. The South Omaha building will be ox::'
Jr4 in mae. two atone high, of brick and
fi-e proof conatructlon. Both buildmga are '
to be ruahed to completion and ground
will be broken in South Omaha thi week
Frank E. Eberaole, preeident of the In
dependent company, amy the action of
the court wiil enable the company to j
greatly Improve Ha eerrloe, "The eytm j
to be Installed rn th nw exchangee w ill j
differ a gotd deal from th aveiem in-
eta led tn Omaha, be aaid. 'It will be
what la known a the two-wire ay at em.
while th preaent lnetallatlon la the three
wire rywtem. Jnetead of having the large
dial carrying the number the new 'phone
will have a small dial In the bare tVe
will, through thee exchang, be bJe to
greatly expand and lmrror the eervioe
tn Omaha and all exchenga will be con
nected up for quick eervlce."
PITTSBURG PRAYS FOR CITY
FREE FROM GRAFT AND VICE
PITTFBVRG. April 11. Th apodal
"prayer day" ordered by Bishop Cortland
Whitehead wa pbeerved today In all th
Epieeopal ehurchee ef the Plttehu'g dlo
eeee. Kermona were preached on civic
righteouaneea. polltica. graft and fraud and
a apecial eeriee of printed prayer, pre
pared by Biartop Whitehead, wrae read In
ail the ehurchee a a form of repentance.
Dietrict Attorney William A. Blakeley
and hi ataff were busy today preparing a
program for the grand Jury' seesion thi
week, whloh, be said, would call for the
disclosure of the man who paid ?4.r,,0no to
Cnarlee Stewart In New Tork to bribe
Pittsburg oouncilmen. Frank N. Hoffstot.
indicted a the alleged "man higher up"
In retting thi bribe pool together, i still
in New Tork. and the district attorney had
I not been advised tonight a to whether it
would be seoeeaary to anek hi extradition.
During th week-end the district attorney
' bad several more conference with Stewart
f H j, be, that hiB .,orr te tn,
erMenoe to be presented to the
era nd Jury tomorrow.
j Tomorrow la alao th date art for Judge
; R. R, Fraaer'a ruling on the objection
brought up by an attorney for the indicted
oouncilmen. It i claimed that Foreman
Harrison Neablt la not a legal resident of
the county and therefore is ineligible to
serve aa a grand Juror. The technicality,
if sustained, would, it la said, necessitate
a recomirjenoernent of the whole graft in
quiry. Mayor William Mage win Issue a proc
lamation Tuesday calling for a special elec
tion on April M te fill vaoanoie In coun
cil caused by the resignation of guilty
JACKSON, Miss.. AprU 3.-The force
that are battling in the senate over the
bribery scandal spent a busy Sunday, and
wnen the investigation is resumed tomor
row morning Interesting developments are
expected. A score of new w-rtneases have
been summoned and aergeants-at-arms are
i acaittered over the state looking for other
gjQ BAZAAR IN THE BEE COURT i
Beaefl far tbe Park Wilde Hesse af
I tbe laeal Aeeadated j
! Chart tie. '
Next Friday and Saturday th ropl of
I Omilii and viclnitr will hav an oonortun- !'
j When Mrs. Kimball grav the use of her
' large rasidenoe on Park Wilde avenue to
the Associated Charities., Miss Ida V. Jontx
cleverness that would otherwise go to
waste. Throughout the year the association
always bad people on its listta who did not
want charity eo much as a chance to do
work suited to their epbilltie. Noting
thi fact, Miss Jonts at once got bury tn
to enable her te utilise the, work of tb I Cameron wa elected first delegate to the
men and women needing eneouregement c1' 'CinnaU biennial convention of the Gen
rather than eharrry. Sewing marti-.nes were I ral flktlon of Women's clul-, My U
aeeured for those who could us them and I " Mr. W. P. Harford. Mr. Sterling
materia was purchased to be worked tip
Into useful articles.
In the few months th borne h been
maintained many worthy prson have
been enabled to austain themselves through
at the home. The results of this
work, on the part of a few people, will be
shown and offered for sale at the bazaar,
which will open next Friday morning at t
o'clock. It will b kept open until 7 at night
Friday, and on Saturday will be open until
t o'clock. ..ae
You Can Feel
Your Eczema Heal
tFtom th American Drug Reporter.)
Ecsema on tb bead and scalp la a
common occurrence of a most common
disease, and it ia to be regretted that
moot remedies for eczema which produce
cure when ether porta ef the body are
affected fall to give good result when
used for ecaema on th head.
"The new drug qulnton la different
frosn ether ecaema cures offered to th
public for It proves an excellent remedy
for all forma of salt rheura. tetter, ring
worm, psoriasis and similar skin disesses,
and purchasers report that they ran feel
"As ecaema on the scalp causes annoy
ing Itching, dandruff and falling hair, the
sale of quint on ar rapidly increasing
end It is probable the mnt popular hom
treatment' known. All that la necessary
la te dlaaolv twe ounce of euinton in a
half pint ef bet water and let it cool: now
add twe ounces of alcohol. For ecaema
aa the head rub quititone lotion well into
the arsis with the finger tips For ecaema
'. her a cloth aaturateO w ith quinten
lotion la applies for a half hour twice a
day ta the affected surface buintiw
atop th itching at once." lAtfv.j
Your Money Dock On Demand
v .-yr- -
r tt .visit,
THE HOME OF
It is so much easier to make "common clothing" than to
make food dothing;, it is little wonder so many makers pro
duce just "fair" suits.
It is so much easier to sell common clothing than to sell
good clothing, it is a wonder so many merchants are con
tent to do it
It is so much easier to get this poor clothing than to get
good clothing that it is little wonder only about half the
Omaha men trade here. It is just as easy to get stylish, ser
viceable clothes as to get the other kind. We are waiting to
help you to good clothes.
SPRING SUITS OF EXTRAORDINARY QUAUTY
$10, $12, $15, $18,
Activities af ta Orgmmlset
Bodtea Along- taa Tiiaaa of Da-
dertaklng ot Coaoeza ta Woan.
At its annual meeting Mondsy afternoon
the Omaha Woman's club elected the fol
lowing officers to erve during the oomlng
year: President. Mre. M. D. Cameron;
vice president, Mrs. C. W. Hayes; second
Tic president, Mr. L. J. Healey; recording
I secretary. Mrs. N. tt. Nelson; correspond
ing secretary. Mrs. George . Bonner;
treasurer. Mrs. E. R. Hume. The follow
ing committee chairmen were elected
Auditing committee, Mr. F. H. Straight;
contitution committee. Mrs. A. K. Gault,
eourtesie committee. Mr. Edward John
son, and house and home committee, Mrs.
Isac Douglas. Misa Josie McHuRh and Miv.
Millard langfeld were elected members of
th library commlitt-e and Mrs. C. H
Chtsem. Mrs. L. L. Boltx, Mrs. C. H. Aull.
Mrs. Edward Thelan and Mrs. Frank
! Haller members of the membership com-
mlttee. As tiresident t,f the c1l.d Mrs.
' H. McGrew and Mrs. Edgar Allen were
I elected to serve aa the other three dele
gates to which tu club is entitled and
Mrs. N. H. Nelson. Mrs. U J. Hialey. Mrs.
Samuel Ree and Misi Jr.anette Jwso;,
were elected alternates.
There was little business aside from the
election, but It was decided to celebrate
the club' 17th birthday anniversary April
34. with an informal aflernoun given in the
club rooms Saturday afternoon April 1
A 1 cent peicspita tax wa voted to defraj
the expenses of ihe district meeting to
be held at South Oniaha Wednesday ol llu
Omaha women's clubs as well as 1 lie
other local club promise to be well rep
resented at tn Sccoond district federa
tion convention held at the public library
at South Omar, a Wednesday of this nn.
Th hostesses will entertain tlie vtnitiiig)
delegetes for luncheon and luncheon will j
be servea omtr visiting women at :
cer.ta a plate.
Dundee Woman' club at ii last meet
ing endorsed tne recent action of the
Omaha Woman'e club in etkitig for an
ordinance that will el.minatc much of
th danger of the Fourth of July cele
bration, and asked to co-operate with the
local aome ia any way possible in in
fluencing tbe council in favor of sucb
Th Woman a Culture club of Aurora.
Neb., has undertaken to build a hospital
and hea raised 12. ((! of th tiersary
IS Ml. It ha appealed to other club of
th state to help it by earh club soman
j contributing her very best tested recipe.
LAxiel women will mall theee to Mrs. F
3. Burnett. t4 outfe Thirtieth etreet,
a stM, a as ponrible. The recipes are
t ke combined in a Netraeka cook boi.
w hich w ill b sold snd It, pi oct eds de
toted devoted to it, hospital fund.
Club women hv been in'lted t at
tend th aale of practical articles made
--w ! e .. , I
Xv3jTrr 1. H-; ,1
$20 and up to $35
A rear ago tbere were only a few real estate
brokers who Bold homes on easy tennis. Today
most any of tliem will sell you a home and allow
you to pay for it with the rent money.
This condition has been brought about by
the 'Home Day' idea of The Bee. ."Ve want to
make Omaha a city of homes!
In Thursday's Bee will be advertised a great
many choice home bargains for sale on easy'
terms. Each advertisement will vie with the '
others in attractiveness as a bargain.
Your opportunity is here, grasp it!
' Itiin the industria dejiartment of the As-
will be held in the rotunda of The Bee
building Friday and Saturday of this
SETS BUILDING ABLAZE.
THEN BLOWS OUT BRAINS
lawa Maa Makes Doably Certaia
Death Ill-Healih from sled
MARPHAL.LTOWN. Is.. AprU U (Spe
cial Telegram ) Albert Holoomb. aged It
jeer, a recluse living northeast of the city,
mad doubly sure of death today when he
set fire to a shed, then went inside and
blew his brains out with a hot-un. His
body was incinerated. H left a fiate that
indicated that sickness had unbalanced hit
Th wedding of Mien Bessie Louise Ftun
daU, daughter of Mr. John C. Rundall. TIB
Michigan avenue, Evansion, 111., and Mr.
Hoy Andrews Ralph of Omaha, will take
plac Wednesday evening. April 30. at the
bride's home. Mis Kachel William of
Seneoa. Kan., will serve a maid of honor,
and the Mibkos Florence P. Deverell of
ChTiaha and M. Eva McHuch of Sioux City.
Is., as bridesmaids. Mr. Lyman J. Bryson
or Omaha will be best man for the groom,
and the ushers will be Messrs. Henry TWil-.
liatns of Evanston and Wiliard Dixon of
Chicago. It is to be a home wedding, with
Rev. A. S. C. Clark officiating.
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B-AVT -BUJiOTB BTTOItB TALI
I'oor Kirhr e: "I liey that
wont be comeUd can't b helped"
Jtfen who refuse our advice on 1h
clothe aueetmn can't be benefit!
b rur mthn(l It i rleeeart t"
tmte. Iiweer. it te ron wo bed
our crmniM'l greatly outntimbr th
on who don I Thnw ftlW-w t
een make tip a good-'rd minontv.
No tme talking, thi more 1 a w on
0r w orrr
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CONSUMER IS STUNG AGAIN
Yalaable Hea laalalalr Dies,
with Ess " Bht aad
The grim red tape and system of railroad
accounting cannot always hold the Joke
smith in check. Murder, scandal and
funnylsms are irrepressible. Even in th
face of death, the man with a tickled idea
must have it out.
Northwestern freight depot received a
shipment of hen from western Nebraska
to Omaha. Tbe fowls were sent to th ta
city alive In a wooden crate, and when the
box reached Uncoln it was found that one
of the bens w a dead.
The way bill wa consulted and the fol
lowing notation wa mad upon it: "One
of the. hen dead at Lincoln."
KANSAS CITY OFFICIAL OUT
Pal ice CasaanlBaloaer Marks Mail
Reelaraattea ta Oeverwor May
Hare Bee Frlctloa.
KANSAS CITT. April 10 -Thoma R.
Marka. member of the Kansas City Board
of Police Commissioners mailed hia resig
nation to Governor Hadley tonight. In his
letter of resignation Mr. Mark says hia
duties as police commissioner hare Inter
fered with hi practice of law and that he
ha suffered heavy financial louses a the
result of thi interference.
That there wa friction between Marks
and R. B. Middiebrook. tbe other commis
sioner, ha Boemed apparent for some time.
Ovtaxa, aSvrpaia aad atba drag
treatment la tvso-
but tbe best eboall
orld ever and baa