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THE OMATIA SUNDAY BEE: APRIL 24, mm
OMAHA GETS BASCE CATTLE
Trade Trip of Lire Stock Exchange
CHICAGO IS LOSING ITS OEIP
Booster Find Northwest Ktacarra
Favoring- Hayr Hr Jolly Ea
That Omaha ia growing In popularity
market town In the (Teat northwest and
that South Omaha will get mora and mora
aula la tha opinion of tha members ot
tha South Omaha Uva Stock schang
who returned Saturday morning from thalr
They found tba cattle men of Rapid City,
Bella Fourche, Sheridan, Clearmont, BUI
lnga and Mile City warm toward tha
South Omaha market. It la declared that
tha time la at hand when Chicago will loie
Ita grip on tha range cattle bualneaa.
Tba party enjoyed tba beat of entertain
ment ; at all points nd waa especially
pleased with the roundup celebration at
Clearmont, whan they were the gueata of
Willis Spear of Spear Brothers' great
The thing which caused the greateat In
terest waa tha tremendous activity In lion
tana and Dakota, apparent in developing
tlio new lands Into a purely agricultural
W. B. Cheek ot tha Burlington system,
who waa one of the party, aald: "At Qlen
dive, Mont., I waa taken off my feet by
the proportions of the agricultural devel
opment, as shown by the implement deal
ers and tlio merchants In general supplies.
Tho . depot at Olendive waa burled under
heaps of farm machinery. The agent took
Die up to the west end of tha town and
showed me a field of sixty acres extent
covered completely with farm machinery
6f all descriptions. The railroad companies
have built sheds for the Incoming emi
grants to store goods and there la a row
f these about a mile long. I saw boxes of
provisions piled In the streets, making a
heap a quarter of a mile in length. There
la certainly something doing in that sec
tion. ' In the Dakota towns tt waa prac
tice My a repetition of the same thing. At
Sheridan the city la leaping ahead as never
before The streets are being paved and
street car aervlce Installed.- Electrlo
lights Illuminate all the cities we visited."
Bright , Oatlook for Fatare.
Secretary A. F. Stryker told of the de
tails of the trip, dwelling more particu
larly on the resulta and tha outlook for
the immediate future.
"We are delighted with the trip, which
we think by far the most aucceesful ever
made. We found atock in the range coun
irv rnmlm thrnnzM the winter In fairly
good condition. Barring a few isolated
districts where loss waa reported heavy
the loss In cattle waa comparatively light.
Cattlemen and sheepmen of the northwest
liRve no complaints to make.
"The South Omaha delegation waa every
where enthusiastically received and enter
tained. Tho business men's association at
Rapid CUy entertained us there, the
Knights of Pythias received us at Belle
Fourche, the Efka were our hosts at Sheri
dan. The Billings club and the Miles City
Club took us In at those cities and treated
us royally. The Miles City club Is famous
as the, frequent entertainer of Theodore
Roosevelt, and the club has an autograph
portrait of the great hunter upon the walla
The whole company was Initiated Into tho
mysteries, of a. 'son-of-a-gun In a sack'
and other accomplishments of the roundup
cook at Spear's ranoh. We saw lots of
good riding; and sports typical of the
ranges.' The' women were present to meet
us, having ridden iu from the surrounding
ranches In numbe.s. They escorted us
back to town In our big hayrack party at
U p. 'm. that night and fairly outdid the
men in generous welcome and good wishes.
Chtcaero Sees the Haadwrltlagr.
"One striking circumstance was every
where met, and that was the howl which
the Chicago representatives made, for the
dwindling patronage of the west. It was
plain to us that they could see the hand'
vriHn mi tha wall and the rauld aDuroach
. of the day when Chicago will cease to be
a primary market for the western trade.
Year by year the decrease from the. ranges
will be more pronounced.- Already the Chi
cago wall Is pitiful.
. "On every hand the South Omaha rep
. resentatlves were met with the assurance,
We have become convinced that Omaha Is
. our market.
"The threatened depletion of the grades
, and of range cattle does not cause the
worry which was professed a few years
ago, for the email rancher and the dry
farmer so far outnumber the rangers that
their limited production will fax outstrip the
greatest output or tne big ranges in the
near future. The party apent the entire
day Thursday at St. Paul as tho guests of
the Live Stock exchange of South St. Paul.
We are home a-galn delighted, dirty and
aevmsuiy- wen eausiiea.
Partial Strike of Dock Gangs at South
Omaha Packing Plants Few
Men Go Oat.
A partial walkout occurred Friday In the
' loading gangs at Armour and Cudahy's
packing plants. The men made no par
tlcular demand, but It was understood that
they wanted a raise in wages. Armour A
Co. reported about half the -men, not more
than thirty. In all had quit The Cudahy
Packing company announced the same con
"It ia the usual springs flurry," said Gen
eral Manager Michael Murphy of the Cud
any plant. "Most of the gang which left
the plant will hot return, as they Intended
to leave the employ anyway. I think the
matter will soon be settled, but as they
'nave made no demand we can't tell what
' la desired or whether we can meet the de
R. C. Howe said : "We have this same
' difficulty every spring and It should not
be called a strike, for it has very little
' ' General Manager Edwards of Swift & Co,
said: "Our men are all with us yet"
, 1 1
in Railway Depot
Hay Be Installed in Connection with
the New Street Car Mail
Postmaster Thomas was In conference
with a representative of the Postoffice de
partment Saturday morning relative to the
location of a postoffice substation at one
of the passenger stations of Omaha In
connection with the new street railway
aojuj ear service to be Installed July i.
CHEF CITY KE7S
Slave fcest Friut tl
awpbeaa Certified Fablls Aesowntaal
Zrlgktlng Fixtures Bargesa Qrandea Co.
1S60 atatloaal Safe xaaoraa Co 1I0
Charles K. Ady, Ueneral Agent. Omaha.
tot Vent Fin Vara In moth prool
vaults. Nominal coat Stiukerts. lieVliar'y
For Wage Kara the monthly repay
ment plans of borne loans Is surest cheap
est, quickest. Nebraska Savings and Loan
association, 10$ Board of Trade building.
Tea Thousand Dollar Treasury stock In
a growing umana enterprise esiaDiisuej
five years ago, doing a retail and whole
sale manufacturing and Jobbing business.
This Is a legitimate enterprise; ns blue aky
or stock Jobbing scheme; company Is well
managed and bears a good reputation; cap
able of paying 10 per cent cash dividend;
strictest Investigation Is Invited. Address
B 229, cat Bee.
Stnaunage Sals Women of the Church
ot Oood Shepherd wlA hold a rummage
ile Tuesday and Wednesday.
There are Several Ways of Basing
The Nebraska Savings and Loan associa
tion may, and others. Our way paya I per
cent per annum. 106 Board of Trade
Oathollo School for Sfeligb Several
Omaha contractors are figuring on plans
submitted tor the erection of a Catholic
school to be built at Nellgh. It is estimated
the structure will, cot $00,000 when com
Sid Hot Uka He Christmas Frssent
Mrs. Victoria Naue, suing for divorce, in
district court, avers that the only Christ
mas present she received-last year from
August J. Naue was a blow . In the face.
The couple were married In August, 1J08.
Affidavits ta Croak Case Attorneys in
behalf of Mrs. Cora Cronk have filed affi
davits by lrs. Alllsun and Coulter swear
ing that Mrs. Crank must go to a hospital
for an operation. Time lor a counter snow
ing Is given defendant and the motion,
which is for S300 to cover the operation,
will be argued next Saturday before Judge
Watch for Br. Xersey Rev. J. M. Ker
sey, pastor of the First Christian church,
was agreeebly surprised Friday evening by
his" official' board. ' when the members pre
sented him with a handsome gold watch.
Dr. Kersey had invited the members of the
board to dinner at his home and also to
spend the evening, but the surprise was on.
the pastor when he was presented with the
Chinese ; Frlnoe Monday Prince Tsal
Toa of China and party will pass through
Omaha Monday night, while . enroute to
Washington, 'Where lie wilt call upon Pres
ident Taft. He will" be accompanied by As
sistant General Passenger Agent H. R,
Juda of the Southern Pacific! and Chinese
Agent Charles Sling of- the' Union Pacific.
He Is expected to pass through this city
at about midnight
Claim Damages for Grading Five suits
have been begun In district court against
the city of Omaha for damages alleged done
property owners abutting on the alley be
tween Cass and Chicago streets and from
.Thlrty-.nl.nUt to Fortieth. The damage as
serted Is due to grading. The petitioners,
who, with one exception, ask 11,000 each,
are Jeannette P. Becker, Ray Becker,
Kitty Crahdall, Ernil A. Besslre and Carrie
U Ady. The last named asks $2,000.
Damage Salt Against the BurUngton
uwia vanevsKy, an infant by his next
friend and father, Jacob J. Janovaky, has
brought suit tn the United States circuit
court against the Burlington, for $1,S00
damages for personal Injuries received
through the alleged carelessness of the de
fendant railroad company, April 24, 190T, at
the William street crossing of that road In
Omaha. The child waa run over by a switch
engine and suffered injuries that later ne
cessitated the amputation of his leg. The
case la transferred from the district court
of Douglas county.
Hallroads Most Hepair Viaducts Coun
cilman Kugel and the city engineer's office
) going after the railroads to have the
Sixteenth street viaduct put in better con
dition for pedestrians. The custom has been
for the railroads to put down new planks
as faat as old ones wore out These new
planks, being Inserted without regularity,
here and there, with old ones- In between,
have caused continual kicks from the peo
ple compelled to walk across the viaduct.
Nails also stick in the old pieces of walk,
to trip the unwary. Mr. Kugel Insists the
railroad companies shall build new side
walks on both sides, probably of other ma
terial than wood.
Denver Wants MoOoy A message from
the chief of police at Denver to Captain
Mostyn of the Omaha department an
nounces that an officer Is on his way here
to take back Clarence McCoy, wanted for
nurse Oets Store Fay Miss Mabel
Christie, head nurse at the County hospi
tal, has reoelved an Increase In '.alary of
$70 to $80 a month by vote of the county
commissioners Saturday. Michael Meanv
Is appointed guard In the Insane ward.
Twenty Days for SUtfc John B. Roth,
who was arrested Friday night with knives
thrust In his shoe top and several pockets,
following a disturbance at his home, S202
Harney street, was given a twenty-day
sentence by Polioe Judge Crawford Satur
day morning. Roth "was charged with
abuse of his wife and family.
91m Sail is Bound Over Jim Hall, the
negro arrested following the death of his
wife last' week, was arraigned before
Judge Crawford on a charge of manslaugh
ter Saturday morning. The negro's lawyer
entered A plea pf not guilty and waived
preliminary hearing. He was bound over
to the district court under a i.60O bond.
Kajor Bohala is Believed Major Clem
ent A. F. Flagler of the Third battnllon of
engineers. Port Leavenworth, has been an
nounced to succeed Major K. II. Schuls as
chief engineer of the Department of the
Missouri. The change is to permit Major
Schuls to give more attention to his duties
as engineer In charge of the Missouri
navigation projects, which require his al
most continuous attention at Kansas City.
Fresh Air Outing
for Little Tots
City Mission Sponsor for Auto Bide
to the Brandeis Farp Near"'
Over 1W lltUe girls were given an auto-
inoDiie riae 10 tne iJ ran dels farm near
DeBolt Saturday afternoon under the
auspices of the Omaha City Mission. Soy
eral prominent people ot the city, fur
nished their machines to carry the young'
stars to the farm, where refreshments
were served. After about an hour's stop
at the farm the party returned to Omaha.
Among those who furnished automobiles
for use during the trip were Dr. J. ' H.
Sumncra, Herman B. Peters, lira F. L.
Cummlngs. Mrs. Wilcox. W. U, Y otter, E.
V. Lewis, Oould Diets, D. A. Baum, V. H.
Ledwkh. Arthur Remlngtun, A. V. Kln
sler, J. 8. Brady. O. A. Hoagland. C. W.
Downa, J. W. Orlfnths. W. 11. DeFrance
and Q. W. Peck.
When you want what you want a hen you
want it, say so through The Bos Want
COUNTY BOARD IN IIOT DEBATE
Bequest of Organized Labor for An
other Inspector Turned Down.
GRANT CASTS PECIDraG VOTE
Represeatatlve of Labor Express
Tbelr Views end Comnalssloaers
Do tho Same la Warns
Rfquest of organised iabor that an addi
tional Inspector be placed upon the new
Uouglas county court house was denied
Saturday by the Board of County Commis
sioners by a vote of three to two follow
ing two hours of hot debate between mem
bers of the board and representatives ot the
Central Labor union and the Building
Trades council. ,
The vote eame at noon Immediately fol
lowing a telephone message summoning
Commissioner John Orant to his home,
where It waa said his father-in-law waa
dying. Mr. Orant was about to leave, but
at the request of the other commissioners
stayed half a minute to vote. Had he not
done so there would have been no de
cision, for his was one of the votes cast
against the sreclal Inspectorship. The
other two men voting similarly wers Com
missioners Bedford and Plckard. Fred
Brunlng cast his vote the other way, ex
plaining that he thought the. request ought
to be referred to the architect John C.
Troutan, who kept silent through tho de
bate and did not explain hla vote as did
all the others, cast the second ballot for
The question of Inspectorship has been
before the board several Umes before and
no action taken. Saturday the delegation
of labor men came, asking a definite
answer and all members of the board ex
cept Bruning declared that the matter
ought to be settled one way or the other at
this time. -
Labor Representatives Speak.
A. J. Donohoe, president of the Central
Labor union, Frank Painter, business agent
for the Structural Iron Workers' union,
and Dan Sullivan, president ot the Build
ing Trades council, took a prominent part
in the debate on behalf of the union men.
Early In the argument Commissioner
John Orant electrified the meeting by say
ing bluntly: '
"You gentlemen come here professing to
be Interested as taxpayers In the good
construction ot the court house. Tou know
well that your object Is to get a union man
on as Inspector and make trouble for the
"We want to see the work done right,"
returned Mr. Donohoe.
Views similar to Grant's were soon ex
pressed by Commissioners Bedford and
Plckard and then cam attacks on the
record of Caldwell & Drake by ' Frank
Painter and Dan Sullivan.
The question of the construction of the
Little Rock capol building by this firm
wss threshed over and Jeff W. Bedford of
the board explained that he and the other
commissioners who had gone to Little
Rock had Investigated the matter thor
oughly and found that Caldwell & Drake
had been victims of a political attack.
The meeting adjourned with divergent
statements by Messrs. Painter and Sulll
vari, "There's an election time coming," said
Sullivan, while Painter, who was in a less!
angry frame of mind, asked the commis
sioners to "remember the Iron workers on
the new bridge "jbver the Platte."' ' ".
."We can't . specify ina contract that
union labor shall do the work," declared
Commissioner Plckard. .
I : : I
Poor Old Comet
is Blamed Again
Even Police Are Picking on the Sky
Bambler as Cause of Freak
Halley's comet Is declared by the police
to have been responsible for the successive
appearance of queer cases at the police
station Friday evening. Three men suf
fering various degrees and phases of men.
tal oddity sought the police Friday for re
lief. In turn.
W. H. Jones, who told Captain Mostyn
he feared he would commit suicide If left
slone, was discharged after a hearing by
Judge Crawford Saturday. Brewer Land
strum, the crippled Swedish pencil vender,
who told the police he was tormented by
frightful imaginings, received an exami
nation and possible arraignment under an
Insanity charge. A third queer character,
who enunciated his words through a mask
of heavy whiskers- and whoae name could
not be learned, called at the station once
Friday and a second time Saturday, when
he was placed in Jail. The man found hli
way Into the court room , before the sea
slon had opened and delivered a lengthy
oration In " German, which no one could
understand. He will be tried Monday.
Big Bank Gain
Gate City Banks' Show Better Gain
Than Those of Other
, Omaha made a gain of (4 per cent tn Its
bank clearings for the week ending April
21. while both New York and Boston show
a decrease In the amount of business done.
Chicago shows only 10 pr cent lncreass.
The total amount of c ear nss for the
period mentioned reached $17,!12,000.
OMAHA GETS COAL CONTRACTS
Awards for Deportment of the Mis
souri Are Anaonneed by
Contracts for furnla'.ifng fuel for the
pests of the Department of the Mlssour
for the year beginning July 1, 1910, have
Just been awarded by Lieutenant Colonel
D. E. McCnrthy, chief quartet master of
the department. The successful bidders
sre all Omaha dealers and are:
Omaha Oeorge P. Cror.k of the C. B.
Havens company; 70,000 pounds anthracite
ooal and 1,100,000 pounds bituminous coal.
Fort Crook E. B. Carrlgan of Carrion
Coal company. 2.JM.0W pounds anthracite
coal and l.OiXl.OOO pounds bituminous coal.
R. B. Green of tho Coal Hill Coal com
pany: 5,600,000 pounds bituminous cost.
Fort D. A. Russell Georco P. Cronk:
SO.OoO.ttK) pounds bituminous coal.
Fort Ds Moines It. II. Clrorn: t.tOJ.ODO
pounds anthracite coil and COOO.OOO pound3
Fort Meade-Ocorgc P. Cronk: S.MOeiO
pounds bituminous coal. K. R. Carrigan:
1.400,000 pounds anthracite C'ikL
Fort Omaha R. B. Cireen: J. W0, 000
pounds bituminous coal. R. U. Ceriifan:
1.CO0.000 pounds anthracite coal.
Fort Robinson A. B. Currle of the A. B.
Currle Coal company; $.110,000 pound
is Riled Over
President Flynn Says He Will Look
, Into Returns Made by Other
Dahlman club members do not like the
taste of criticism that has been made of
their tax return on club furniture, and
some of them have started an Investiga
tion to And out If the other political clubs
of the city have made any returns.
"There is the Jocksonlan club and the Cen
tral Republican club," said one officer of
the Dahlman club. ''I know that the
Jacks have very much nicer furniture than
we have. They have rugs and pictures,
and an outfit of considerable value In their
rooma In the Patterson block. We believe
President Flynn made a very fair return
of the value of the amall amount of fur
niture In the Dahlman club rooms. That
Is a gathering place of the common peo
ple, with plain floors, folding chairs, a
few small tables and half a dozen water
glasses. Some of the member!,, have
loaned a few pictures, but the whole out
fit would not sell for what It Is valued at
In the return.
"Now let the other clubs come across.
especially the rich Jacksonlan organiiatlon
and. the Central Republican club. Then If
we are shown to be off In our return we
will correct It."
The Jacksonlans maintain that - their
rooms are merely used for the storage of
furniture that Is used during active cam
paigns, and that the rooms are not used
continually, as In the case of the Dahl
man club. "That Is our dress parade out
fit," said one Jacksonlan, "kept as an
evidence of good faith."
v Secretary Scott of the Central Republi
can club asserts that the organisation
does not maintain regular club rooms.
"We simply have a meeting place," said
Mr. Scott, "where we gather twice a
month to exchange views and receive dues.
No second hand man would buy the fur
niture, except possibly my desk, which
has no key and no locker compartment.
Tou can readily understand a desk of that
kind Is not worth anything. The Influence
of our club Is what has value, and that Is
not subject to taxation."
Plans Big Meet
Prominent Speakers from Oklahoma
and Omaha to Talk Next ,
. . Friday Night.
The Lincoln club of Omaha has ar
ranged for a meeting to be held at Zlon
Baptist ohurch. Twenty-third and Grant
streets, Friday evening next April 29.
The meeting will be addlessed by three
attorneys representing the Constitutional
League of Oklahoma, Judge E. T. Bar
bour of El Reno. William Harrison of
Oklahoma City and E. O. Tyler of King
The Oklahoma attorneys will speak par
ticularly in defense of the constitutional
rights of the negro, for which purpose the
Oklahoma league is specifically organized.
Prominent negro citizens of Omaha are
helping In the arrangements for the meet-
Ing which Willi also be addressed by
Mayor Dahlman, Victor Rosewater, editor
of 'The Bee; Judge Estelle, County Attor
ney English, City Comptroller Lobeck and
Rev. W. T". Botts, pastor of Zlon church.
FIRES DISCOVERED IN TIME
Flames Twice Endanger Properties..
bat Are Kxtlaa-aUhed Before
Prompt discovery of the flames was all
that saved the city from two disastrous
fires, while the wind was blowing a gale
at 11 a. m. and 1 p. m. Saturday. What
might have destroyed the Hoagland lumber
yards at Sixth and Douglas streets was
a trifling blase caused by the sparks from
an engine In the morning scare. A work
man noticed the little blaze before tt had
got under headway. The damage was
A new automobile garage building at aoo
Far nam street was attacked by fire when
a flame from the exhaust pipe of a con
crete mixer engine' ignited the framework
ot the roof. Prompt response 'from the fire
department saved the building from
SHOPS IDLE IN LEARY'S HONOR
Workmen Show Their Respect
the I.ate operlntendent and
March '- "-teral.
11.LI1. .... TTI.. . - 1 .TTT.
vv lints wio iniun - - -. w tn'jys in uuiana
were shut down a large number of work
men from the shops marched In the funeral
of their late superintendent. Cornelius Ar
Leary, Saturday morning. Rev. Father D.
P. Harrington officiated In the services
and delivered a funeral address at St. Ce
cilia's church. A solemn high mass was
held. Interment was mado at Holy Sepul
Following were the pall bearers, all of
whom were foremen In the railroad shops:
John J. Curtis, Henry Van Deasen. Thomas
MeMrum, Otis Nelson, George E. Strat
mann, Charles Cheney, Elijah Dunn and
W. H. Mulcaby. ., ;.'i TtTJIT?
POSTUM FOR MOTHERS
The Siink that Vourlshea and Supplies
Food for Mother and Child.
"My husband has been unable to drink
coffee for several years, and we were very
glad to give Postum a trial and when we
understood thnt long boiling would bring
cut the delicious flavor, ws have been
highly pleased with It.
"It Is one of the finest things for nurs
ing mothers that I have ever ssn. It
keeps up the mother's strength and In
creases the supply of nmxlshment for the
child If partaken of freely. I drank it
between 'meals instead oT water and found
It most beneficial.
"Our five-year-old boy has been very
cVllcuto since birth and has developed
slowly. He was white and blocdkss.
began to give him Postum freely find you
would be surprised at tho change. When
any person remarks about the .great Im
provement, we never fall to te'l them that
no attribute his gain In strength and gen
era! health, to the free us of Postum nnd
this hns ltd many friends to usa it for
lhemse!v and children.
"I have always cautioned fi lends to
whom I have speken about Potum. to
follow directions in muking It. for unless
It is tolled fffteen or twenty minuts. It Is
quite tasteiefls. On the other hand, when
properly made, It Is very delicious. I went
to thank you for th benefits ws hnvo de
rived from the use of your Postum."
Read 'The Road to WeUvllle." found In
pkgs. "There's a Reason."
Brer read the above Utter? A new one
appears from time to time. They are ga
lUue. true, and full of bomaa Laterest.
INCREASE 0Nr TIME DEPOSITS
First National Tays Half Per Cent
More on Certificates.
K0UNTZE SAYS NO AGREEMENT
Malatalns that Inalvldaal Certifi
cates Are Different Propoaltloaa
from Slate Bad City
Something of a controversy has arisen
among-the banks of Omaha as to the per
cent to be paid on time deposits. The de
bated rates are S per cent, which has been
paid by the Omaha banks for deposits for
a term of one year, and SVa per cent, the
proposed Increase. . The First National
bank has broken awsy and Is now paying
3(4 per cent on time deposits.
"There Is nothing in the nature ot an
agreement between the bankers In regard
to the Interest to be paid," said C. T.
Kountse, president of the First National,
when Interrogated In regard to the situa
tion. The rates paid by this bank since
I have been here have beon changed prob
ably eight or nine times."
No Kelntloa Between the Two.
"The rate paid on - state and city da
posits has no relation to that paid to the
private depositor. The private depositor
gets no bond, while we must give bond
to the state. Then, too, the Interest ot IVi
per cent la paid only , on deposits for at
least one year. Such deposits cannot be
withdrawn In less time, and, on the other
hand, the state and city deposits are sub
ject to withdrawal at any time.
Mr. Kountse declared that he did not be
lieve that tho Increase of a half per cent
In Interest would have an appreciable ef
fect on the amount of deposits.
"Back for Hats
Thieves .Who Entered George Pray's
Store Return to Get Headgear
to Match Suits.
The ease with which a theft of $500 was
accomplished from the George Pray hat
store at 610 South Sixteenth street a week
ago may have figured in the motive for a
second burglary at the .establishment
Friday night, according to the police. - -
Five ponama hats are reported missing
from the store since the latest Intrusion.
The hats, according to the proprietor,
were' of very noticeably fine make and
may ultimately be Identified on the heads
of those who profited by the theft.
When you want what you want when
you want It, say so through The Bea Want
Hamnel Rees of the Rees Printing com
pany leaves Omaha Sunday for a business
trip to Chicago.
W. Seward Webb will pass throuarh
Omaha Saturday -evening in the private
car Jismere wniie enrouie 10 jnew xork.
Mrs. W. K. Vanderbllt will nasa throueh
Omaha Tuesday evening In the private
car Republic wniie on ner way trom the
west to New xorK city..
Famous Remedy for Grip &
Pin this to letter of credit.
WHERE TOURISTS WILL FIND
PARIS, 51, rue des Petlta-Champs. '
LONDON, 49 Haymarket
VIENNA, Stephansplatz. 8.
BRUSSELS, 65, Boulevard de Waterloo
AMSTERDAM, Roden S.
LISBON, Rua do Arsenal, 148 and 152.
BARCELONA, Ronda S. Pedro, 36.
MADRID, Calle Tetuan 8.
ALEXANDRIA, rue Cherif Pacha.
MANILA, 100 Calle Anloague.
RIO DE JANEIRO, 80, Rua de 8. Pedro
BUENOS AYRES, 446, Calle Florida.
MEXICO CITY, Calle del ColUeo, 3.
BENGUELLA. W. Africa.
At all Drug Stores In Canada. Cuba,
Central Amric, Honolulu, Porto Kloo,
the West Indies, and In every City, Town
aJid Hamlet In the United States of Amer
ica. Dr. Humphreys' Manual, English, French,
Spanish, Portuguese or German, mailed
Humphreys' Homeo. Medicine Co., Cor.
William and Ann streets. New York.
THE. II A R DD R 1 1 ft E F.ll
Men Whose only Craving Is for the
Stimulation of Alcohol and Who
Would Hell Their Souls for a Drink
CAN NOT QUIT DRINKING
The fteal Three-Day Cure Takes
Away all Desire, Craving, and Ap
petite for Drink and lU'Knerates
The Man Physically and Mentally,
Making n New Man of Former
A PERFECT CURE
IX EVERY CASE
It Is a terrible condition to bs In, tho
nerves shattered, stomach on fire, di
gestion ruined, brain whirling, and be
with but a single thought whUkey,
nothing but whiskey, for' his stomach
will not take food, and he must have
whiskey; It Is his meat and drink, by
day and by night, and when ileep there
Is a gnawlnig In his vitals, as the shift
ing panorama of awful scenes dancs be
fore his vision.
That tho Neal three-day Ture can take
such a physical and mental wreck, and
by an Internal treatment, without hypo
dermic Injection, trunsform this near
human being Into a regenerated being,
a new- man, from nothing but th skin
of an old one, seems tco good to be true,
but it Is. And they give you a legal
contract to effect a perfect cure In three
days or refund your money at th end
of the third day. That Is square.
The treatment la sent to tha home snd
the result are tha same In three days.
Call on or write Th Neal Institute, 1502
riouth Tenth street. Omaha, Neb. Bend
for fr book an -r -
Bold, Bad Man
Bobbers Take Enough Firearms to
Start a Small Wild West
There Is a bad man hanging 'round.
A box car burglar stole enough light
II f l
You Vfill Revise Your Notions About
ET us show yott HSeotSoaets".
Let us show you a complete modern
1 office system that la designed to
cost yeu as little as pos
sible not as , much a
system leaving othlaf
to be desired la the way
of completeness that
doesnt Involve the ex
penditure of a penny
more than Is neoessary
for your Immediate needs
eVm if yoa only re-
In addition to the above lines we carry the
largest stock of high grade office Desks, Chairs
and Tables in the west.
Wc arc making an unusual Reduction From
Regular Prices this month on all Desks, Chairs
andf Tables. i
Omaha IPpinting Co.
Phone Douglas 346; Iud. A-3451.
Stars and Stripes Botlled Beer
The only beer brewed from pure spring water on the
market. Order a case for your home and get the best. .
A beer just suited to quaff at home a hight-cap for the
sociable evening a refreshing draught for the late supper
a delightful glass to sip under the evening lamp. Stars
and Stripes is a foaming, sparkling beverage for the keen
palate for the connoisseur.
Dave a Case Delivered to Your Home ;
1402 Douglas Street
Telephones Douglas, 1308; 'IfldepBfliiairt, A4306' ! .
WILLOW SPRINGS BREWING CO.
Close of the
Yesterday closed the first week of The Bee's guar
antee to sell in 7 days any article about thB home.
The extent to which the column has been patronized
during this time, demonstrates its usefulness and value.
The Bee believes that it can sell anything.
It can sell it quickly.
However, it wishes to remind patrons that whenever
it fails to sell an article on this guarantee the contract pro-
vides for a refund of the money. The Bee does this cheer
fully. ; y
How to start
You will find something about the home from time to
time that you do not need; a sewing machine, old cot,
bed, mattress springs, go-cart, high chair, stove, carpet,
rug, clothing, etc. Call Douglas 238 and describe the
article to the ad taker. She will cheerfully write your ad
and tell you what it will cost to run it a week. Then a
solicitor will call upon you and give you a receipt for the )
The ad then begins to work.
How to get your
After The Bee has inserted your advertisement seven
day, giving it as good position as it can, and you have
not sold the article advertised, bring your receipt to the
counting room of The Bee and present it to the cashier.
Your money will bo cheerfully refunded.
The Bee believes in its ability to sell things.
ordinance from a Burlington ear near tlx
Douglas street bridge Friday night tt
equip three eowpunohers or stKce f
"young Wild West" for the mos! xct
.The loot taken comprises four big
revolvers, a "Texas" holster and vj
rounds ot ammunition. The robbery wa
discovered and reported to the police by
C. E. Morse, special officer. The serla'
numbers of the revolvers Is of record ant.
will be of assistance In Identifying the
I . ,
Bee Wants Ads Produces Best Result.
fairs one-hair or ene aaaaei section.
"Heetloaets maks modern office metn
ode possible and eoonomloal for every
One even the smallest business man oi
the professional man who wants and has
the minimum of office detail.
They are praetloal, sonars and oents
ecoaomy for tho largest offto la th
Big or little you need 'BeetlonetvfS
again let us show you how and wnyt
Tou place yourself under no obligation by
o doing. A
918-924 Farnam Street.
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