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jJJF CITY NEWS
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K. Ally. Ueneral A rent, Omalia.
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Nominal cost. Hhukerta, lb Hary.
Sirest Way to BaTS la to follow a
finite pUn of saving ao much a
month, Hee Nebraska ttavlngs and
s'n. Hoard of Trade lildg.
by a Strati Oar Fred Kggert,
la., lies In t. Joseph's hospital an
nit of an accident at Fourteenth
'arney at recta Ritturday night,
rfm a lineman, on a visit to the city
Tnidlng to witnesses, was crossing
Wet when he was struck by a trolley
l Haw It," ssld Dick Hurdlsh. "The
dVim-d to think the car would stop
Isomer, hut It didn't, end even afler
'k him It went on. The car was
iuth on Fourteenth street. " Kggert,
elng attended at the police station,
ken to ft Joseph's hospital, suffer
litn a., severe acalp wound. Wh'ther
Ivas Q rapture of the skull Assistant
I Surgeons Btr.ndeven and Ixneiand
.iot able to say.
j Cars Approved
tant Postmaster General Makes
oraal Statement of Accept'
ability of Omaha Flan.
SCHOOL AND COLLEGE WORK
Activities in Various Divisions of the
PRESSURE OF CLOSING WEEKS
What la HappenluK la l.ocnl anil
Dlata-t Mrhoola 1 ear-F.nd
nana and Pros
pects. Chancellor Avery ha granted permission
to the foreign burn students of the State
university to organise a "coMninpolltan"
club. The foreign students now enrolled
at the university will meet sometime dur
ing the week and perfect an organization
by the Flection of officers and the selec
tion of a headquarters. An effort will be
made to locate the headquarters in the
The university has on Its rolls many
students from other countries and the new
club will start off with a splendid mem
bership. Among the countries represented,
are: Germany, Kuesla, Japan, Bohemia,
Sweden, t.'orea and the Philippines. Of
course, the t'nlted States is also repre
sented. The foreign students are enthusiastic over
tiia new organization, which will be pat
terned after the Cosmopolitan club of New-
York, which was recently visited by Felix
Newton on a trip cast.
btmaster II. F. Tliomus teceiveu a
ram from Second Assistant Postmaster
lal Joseph .Stewart Saturday after
I npprovltiK the proposed stieet car
service to be established In Omaha
,o service contemplates the Installation
v icvcral specially built street railway
al cars to operate between the rall
4 depots and the postofflee and the
-rat substations about the city. A
lal switch will be put In from the
ge atre t line to the rear of the post
. jce in Seventeenth street, In order that
malls may be delivered direct to the
.office, thus dispensing with the old
en wagon mall service.
ie cara are now being built by the
et railway company. The new service
effect the saving of over halt an hour's
i In the handling of the mails between
postofflc and the depots. The postal
. t cars will be used exclusively for the
I service and will make regular trips
md from the depots for all mull trains,
o Raze Ruins
Left by Fire
y Building Inspector to Expend
Fund of $1,500 to Clear Away
NOTKH KHOM KKtRMlV . OH MA I.
ulldlng Inspector Wlthnell will during
coining week tear down ft n;ge number
old ehacks, some of which have been
tlally destroyed by fire. Home time
j the city council gave the building
pector 11,500 for this purpose, and
work will be carried on until this
mint Is exhausted.
v start w ill be rrrnd at' clearing eut
eral dilapidated old frame stores Just
jth of Cuming on Sixteenth street.
iese places are au eyesore and a man-
to surrounding . property ," Bald Mr.
thnell. "and when they are cleared rut
will be a matter of only n short time
II we will see substantial bulldlngs
e their place. The property Is too
uable -to e left vacant. In the vicinity
Thirteenth and William are some other
hulldtnars that must come out, and!
lher sections we will get busy with
uctores that bhould have been torn out
g ago." ,
HONE MEN BANQUET BRINKER
istant Treasurer of Nebraska Tel
ephone Company Entertained
by Official Associates.
awrence Brlnkcr,' who has resigned as
,''itant treasurer of tne Nebraska Tele-
! one company, was the guest of honor
t night at a dinner at the Omaha club,
r en by the officials of the company,
dr. Hrlnker has resigned to devote his
:i'ie to private enterprises. He was pre-
nted with a diamond fob at the banquet
'.t night as a token of regard from his
fsoelates. The presentation was made by
1 rpar Yost,, president. .
. Babattns, Maine." Tou told me to
.Jtake I.vdia E. l'inkuam'a Vegetable
JJTer I'll IB Deiore
child-birth, aud we
are all surprised to
fee how mucn pooa
it did. My piiyel
clan sa'.d ' Without
doubt it was the
helped you.' I
tiianlt you lor your
kindness in advlsinff
mo andfff ve you lull
rcrniisblon to use
riy name in your testimonials.' Airs.
Jl. W. Mitch kli., liox 8, Pabattus, Me.
Another Woman Helped.
1 Iranitevllle, Vt "I was pawing
tlftiuughtheChangeof Life andsullereu
from nervousneBs and other anrioying
ymptojos. I.ydia E. llnkham's Vego
table Compound restored my health and
etrcntli, and proved worth mcmntalns
of gold to me. For the sake of other
eufferini women I am willing you
should publish my letter." Mrs.
Charlkm Babclat, K.F.I), Granite.
V.Yille. VU J -n
, Women who are passing through
ls critical y-vrioA or who are suffer
- " from any of those distressing Ills
Vliar to their sex should not lose
) t of the fiM't that for thirty years
ih -R lHnkham'8 Vegetable Com-
imd, which ia made from root and
has been the standard remedy
I r female Ills. In almost eTery cou.
Imdtw imi tlnd women who
lleballUK Team Wins from
KEARNEY, Neb.. April :i0.-l)r. Luther
I. lAidden. secretary of the Hoard of F.du-
catlon, spent several hours at the school
Friday evening. Dr. Ludden was on his
way west and will probably stop for a
few hours on his way back to Lincoln
MIhs Sara L. tlarrett, registrar, Is spend
ing Saturday and Sunday at lier home In
Fremont. She wMI bo at her -desk again
Prof. Porter, accompanied by the Kear
ney Normal debating siiuad, contesting of
Messr. Walter Fisher, Otto Slnkle and
Halph Dugdale, went to York Friday,
where they met the York college in de
bate. The Kearney squad was victorious.
They debated UHin the negative side of
the question of graduate Income tax. The
same squad debated the affirmative of
the came question and secured a split de
The following students have recently re
ceived election to important positions: Mr.
Roscoe C. Arnold, principal at Shelby; Miss
Gertrude Uaker, North Platte; Miss Del
cine N. Brown, principal at One: Miss
Kmma Clark, Kearney; Miss Theora
Marsh, Hebron. Several other students
have received letters from boards of edu
cation stating that their applications arc
satisfactory and election will soon follow.
The call for teachers from the senior class
this year Is unusually heavy. The com
mittee on teachers does not recommend
teachers indiscriminately, which accounts
for the confidence Imposed In them by
Superintendent Qulvey of Cozad was a
caller at the school Friday. He took din
ner with President Thomas and left in the
afternoon for Gibbon.
Miss Helen Adair will accompany the
Mlssos Gardner, Jennings and O'Connell
on their European tour the coming summer.
The annual May supper will be given
May 1 In the dining rooms of the Metho
dist church by the Young Women's Chris-1
tian aswnclat on of the normal. ,Thls af
fair is always well patronized by students
The nornial ball team visited I-e-clngton
Friday, defeating th teem there In a tine
game by a score of I to 0. Beltzer for the
normal pitched a star gam.', allowing no
The flrfct game of the Inter-eollegiate
series for the championship of the state
occurred with Ilellevue on Tuesday and re
sulted In a victory for the normaf, 10 to i.
Murphy for the normal pitched a fine
game and also starred in ftftllillK his posl
tlon. Joel Ward for the normal knocked
a home run the first lime at bat.
The track meet which was to occur bc
twei u the Kearney High school and the
Kearney Military academy Friday was
called off by the academy. The normnl
enitted the meet with the high school In
order to help them out In their records
and finances. The normal entered Im
promptu, with many, of Its athletes out of
the city. The base ball team was In Ix
Irigton wlih three runners, Pearce, Croupe
and OrcBK. and Danly for the dlscua; the
d bating team Mas at York, taking out
DmjJale. who stars In one or two events.
The high school made some fine records,
especially Wright, ficott and Totlofsen.
Stryker and Mclane dirt some fine worU
for tho normal. -
Dr. Aylesworth, formerly president of
Drake university and for many year In
hai'ge of the Colorado Agricultural college,
visit ed tho normal on April 2 and spoke
during the chapel hour on Judge Ben Llnd-sey.
Joel Ward, the star aecond baseman of
the normal base ball team, was taken sick
Friday and the doctors say he will bo
unable to resume playing during the rest
of the season.
Superintendent W. M. Davidson of the
Omaha city schools will deliver the com
mencement address on May SR. Dr. Edwin
Hurt Jenks of Omuha will deliver the bac
calaureaie sermon on May 22
The office blanks of students who are
candidates for graduation and certification
were sent April 3D to the state superintend
ent's office for Inspection. The class makes
an unusually fine showing, not oidy in
regard to credits, but In time of attendance
There will be a combined business and
professional meeting of the faculty at the
president's resjdence on Monday evening at
7:30 o'clock. Several matters of Importance
will be considered and Prof. Neale will
read his paper on "The Relation of the
Departments of Practical and Theoretical
Albert Arnold, who has been very III with
septic poisoning, Is reported very much Improved.
piin'.l ngai'i to nu.t (it l'.i'.rnry and
t ink the t'i'in bark to l' ri 1'm u has long
b-en noted fur Its many vaiietiea of bhd'
It Is said that there hp a lurger number
ami nore varieties of bitil. In th s local
ity thsn In nny oth.r single locality In
tli country. This Is the secotid time that
thn ornithologist have met In Peru.
Th" Athenian debating society at a re
cent meeting debated the following ques
tion, "lli'sii v"d, That Bachelors of So ears
or Ovrr Should Puy a Special Tax Which
Shall I!- I'sed for the Support of Needy
Splutra. Ora Buieh and Venus Muellen
affirmed the qurstlon. It was negatived
by Kllxnbeth Hledlk and Mabel Stents.
A spiendld art catalogue of the Peru
Not mni school Is being prepared and is
almost ready for the press. The rommtttr-c
in ihsrge are Prof. F. M. Gregg, Kleutior
I. ally and Mamie Mutz.
Former State Superintendent Fowler
now editor of the Nebraska Teachi r, gave
an excellent taik in chapel Thursday
morning. His subject was "Independence
of the Student and His Studies."
The Fortnightly Art club held Its last
meeting of the year at Mt. Vernon hall,
Monday evening with a full attendance.
The president, Mrs. J. W. Ciabtree, who
has served the club three years, was pre
sented a fine boquet of American Beauty
Dr. H. C. House, head of the department
of English In the normal gave a master
ful talk on Samuel Clemens, popu.arly
known us Mark Twain, at convocation one
day this week. He brought out many new
and striking things In the life of the
great literary character and closed by say
ing that he typified the prevailing Ideal of
Miss Nevt Best has accepted the prlini
palsliip of tho Eluu Sprlnss High school.
Miss Mary Winn, also of the class, liUO,
will teach In tho primary grades at He
bron; Mlsa Lena Jackson, the primary
grades at David City. Miss Ruth Jackson
will have thargt) of the intermediate at
Sidney. Miss Elizabeth Kverson, a strong
worker In the Young Woman's Christian
association and one of J'eru's moat bril
liant students, has been elected to the
prlncipalshlp of the Alma schools.
Miss Pearl Sylvester has beon elected to
a position In the schools at Rising City
and Miss Inez Wachtcl to a position In'
The Everett Literary society will present ,
the plify entitled "The Freshman" for Its
open session next month.
Guy Williams, a graduate of Peru, has
been re-elected principal of the Alliance
High school at an increase In salary of $3(K).
Miss Harriett Shackelton and Miss Win
ona Proper, prominent members of the
senior class, have been elected to positions
In the city school system of Beatrice.
The April Normalite ts a debatlns edition
In which a complete account of the recent
victories In debate over Kearney Is given.
The pictures of the squads are also in
cluded. The Historical society of Nemaha county
has requested Miss Louise Mears of. the
normal to file with it a copy of "Peru In
the Steamboat Days," a contribution which
she has recently written to the history of
A May festival was given Saturday even
ing on the campus under the direction of
the Evejett Literary society. Some fifteen
young women under the direction and
supervision ot Miss Ruth Jackson pie
sented the entertainment
me Aini'iilan Debating society enter
tained the Ciceronian Debating club Satur
day evening. The evening was spent In
music and games and concluded by refresh
ments, followed by toasts by Mabel Brunei-,
Belle Bolejaek, Elmer Chrlsten.son and C.
J.. Skinner. - ' "
The pupils of the voice department, which
Is under the direction of Prof. Ross House,
OWNS WAIT FOR BOOSTERS
Buffalo Gap Writes that Cyclone
Cellar Will Be Opened.
ALL CLAMOR FOR MORE TIME
Manaa-ere Have Hard Task
in Satisfy the lleiuniiils
l.onarr tops In Both
gave a recital Saturday evening jo a largo
audience. Those taking part in the recital
were Misses Hope Woods, Dora Kaffen
bcrger, Venus Mueller, Carmine Jones,
Hazel Giffcird, Kutli Cornwall, Jkn James,
Maud Jones, Margaret Ralston, Hazel
Myers, Louise Neal, Martha Iloadiey, Mrs.
Harnes, mid Messrs. Rex Trueruan, Dale
Whitfield, Frank Ellenberger, Russell and
Harry Johnson and Lewis Garey.
The debating team that Is to go to Mis
souri has been finally decided upon. The
members of the team are working hard on
the question, "Municipal Home Rule." Peru
will debate the negative. C. J. Skinner is
a popular member of the Junior class and
Is president of tho Ciceronian Debating
club. He was the Invincible center In
Peru's successful foot bi.ll team last sea
son. Is a careful and diligent student and
' a strong debater. Ira Crook, who has a
good debating record, is a graduate of the
Salem High school. He won first place in
the oratorical contest In VMi and repre
sented his school In two Inter-high school
debates In tho same year and In the county
high school debate in 1904. He has been a
successful teacher In the Richardson county
schools for two years and Is at present a
junior In the normal and an active mem
ber of the Ciceronian Debating club. Jo
seph Goldstein, the lasta speaker, Is from
Pawnee City and a graduate of the Pawnee
City academy. He Is an athlete and played
two years on the well known Pawnee City
foot ball team. He was a member of the
Athenian Literary and Debating society in
the academy In 1K06 and won first place In
the declamatory contest. Prof. F. M. Gregg
has charge of the team and Is doing the
A plan has been suggveud by Mait'n
Bros, of Omuha for the advertising of the
city on the trade excursion which mnv be
favorably rerelvrd. Aside from dlsrhiyh f?
street scenes, stock-yard vhws and tnovlrg
pictuiTs of new and Interesting subject s it
has been suggested that lantern slides he
displayed, showing the various manufac
turing, Jobbing and banking houses of
those who participate In the trip. This is
considered a valimlile feature by th
boosters of the trade excursion and only
can be taken advantage of by those who
signify an early lnt ntion of going. The
list of those who will ico Is not complete,
but will be so within the next few days.
Twenty thousand copies of a booklet of
thirty-six pages is to be the principal liter,
uture that wi:i bo distributed through
South Dnkotn and Nebraska when t"
trode excursionists take their Journey in
May. This booklet will be an improvement
over those that have been circulated In
previous years. It will have a handsome
rover, bearing the Insiuiptlon. "Omaha
1910," and showing the latest addition lo
Omaha's up-to-date' buildings. The title
page under the caption of Omaha, the
Markrt Town," gives briefly' the route to
be coveied with the dati s. etc.
The trade excursion committee has been
furnished with a supply of fine stationery
by an enterprising printing house of
Omaha. This consists of a letter head
reading, "South Dakota-Nebraska Trade
Excursion, May 15-J6. 1!M0'" and with a me
dallion reading, "Omaha, the Market Town,"
through which appear a typical trade ex
cursion train with the words, "For
Omaha," on the boiler bend ot the loco- j
motive. Envelopes ale providid to match.
the paper. I
Chicken Coops Locked. ;
The committee in charge of the excursion
has received n. mass of mall from all points j
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Koin tuvj iiiii: ui ui'iiiii nnniuK liiav me r A -
curslonists extend the time of the stay In
A typical letter is quoted from Buffalo
Gap Commercial club:
"There is u rumor here thut the omalia
'Boosters' contemplate "taking in' the
Black Hills in the near future. Knowing
the determination of this bunch to accom
plish its purposes, we are exceedingly anx
ious to learn the date you will reach till.
plHce and the length of time you will re
main with us. This desire for advance In
formation is not entirely for i self-protection,
but we trust will redound to the sat
isfaction of the visitors. Of course we will
open the doors of the cyclone cellars, lock
those of the chicken coops, have the fire
department In readiness, etc, but will try
to conceal our alarm and fears and greet
you In a manner befitting a town of this
Other commercial clubs on the route are
onlhu"lastio over the excursion. The
Platte. S. D., organization states that the
business men of that town ate looking for
ward to the visit of 0)e 'Yiiriabans with
great pleasure and sends asurance that
everything possible will Jie tluiie to show
their appreciation. .At thpfj point a ehort
spin around the city in automobiles is
planned, although only hal an hour's time
is allotted. The letter closes with the words
thut "Platte will he yours May 10; come and
Sioux t'lly Happy.
The Sioux City Commercial club expresses
pleasure at the prospects of the neighborly
visit, and advises that the matter will 'be
taken up to see that no opportunities are
overlooked to entertain the Omalia excur
sionists on that occasion.
The Norfolk Commercial club also as
sures the committee that every opportun
ity will be grasped to show the boosters a
good time while they are In their city.
Niobrara end Spencer ask that more time
be alloled to those points so that plans
under way may be carried out for a royu:
reception to the excursionists.
In fact so many reasons fire given point
ing to the fact that they should have this
reception that the committee Is In a n nan
dry In regard to the situation.
Such appeals as these are putting the
committee up against the real thing, for
the demands are so urgent that It Is hard
to turn them down. As It is, the railroad
schedule has been "pinched'1 down several
times In order to recognize the wishes of
those who are insistent for longer stops.
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Chronicles of the Grouch Family
1. This is the maiden all forlorn,
By sad and bitter emotions torn.
m Cheer up! It'll De all right yet!
State Historical Society Proposes
Commemorative Function at
Bellevue on June 23.
Become CSironic Drinkers
Tho board of directors of the Nebraska
State Historical society met at Lincoln
Friday afternoon, with President John Lee
Webster of Omaha presiding. Th' meet
ing -was held 16 ''tdhwldcr ' f ui'ther' detaili;
for the forthcoming centenary celebratloi!
at Bellevue. A committed was appointed
to draft - resolutions relating to the ob
servance ot the celebration, which will be
given out for publication shortly. The
general committee will be called together
about the middle of May. Prfsldent Web
ster left for St. Paul Saturday afternoon
to argue a case before the circuit court of
appeals and will return Wednesday. I'pnn
Ills return active svork will at, once begin
upon the ontenary celebration prelim
inaries. , A resolution adopted at the Lincoln
It Is resolved that It is the sense or me
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drink by neutralizing the poison of
alcohol in the system and rl ling the
blood of the -poison by a rapid process
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beforo tasting liquor, so far as the ef
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The efficacy or cnamverl&ln'a Liniment
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HAVE QUIT THEIR JOBS
Omissions Will Be Corrected by
Special Aaenls Assigned to
ive (Ui restoTM to health by Lydia
. llnkuiHJu'i Vegetable CoaaiH)UU
SOTF. KHOM PKRl' On n il..
Nebraska Ornithologists' Vnlea Holds
Annual Meetlsg at Nekool.
The Nebraska Ornithologists' union held
Its annual meeting In Peru, Friday evening
eaud Saturday. The program Friday even
ing was as follows: Address aud welcome
President J. W. Crabtree; muBlc. by the
Ulee club under the direction of Pr. H. C
House; addresa by Prof. H. B. Dun-
causon, president of the union; reading
by Mrs. Palsy V. Nettleton, head of the
department of expression In the normal;
discussion on the organisation of auxiliary
chapters to be organised In the schools of
the state by Superintendent Tout of North
Platte; address by Prof. Bruner ef the
Htate university. Early Saturday morning
the members of the union and large
number of studenta left for the woods
to spund the day studying birds. They dl
vlded themselves Into groups of e.iltable
number and studied the bird life vt this
vicinity by fallowing the lakes and small
The formal census enumeration will con
clude with today and the enumerators will
cease work. That the census Is not wholly
complete Is known U the supervisor's de
partment, but special agents will be sent
out at once to complete the work to see
that the population ot Omaha will be
It was -learned Saturday afternoon that
at least seveniy-iive persons naa ueen
omitted from the enumeration on South
Twenty-fourth street, between Farnam and
Oouglas streets. This number of persons
at the respective numbers on mis street
are known to have been overlooked In the
enumeration: No. aw, 1; No. 205, 12; No.
2JT, 20, No. S09, 7; No. 211, , and No. 21S,
U a total of TS.
Supervisor Saundera said: "We have
exhausted every effort to secure an ac
curate census, but realize that there have
ben ' soma omissions through the care
lessness of enumerators, but more through
the lack of co-operation on the part ot
people to notify us of absentees. How
ever, these notifications are romlng In
rapidly from parties knowing of the ab
sentees, and we hope before the final re
turns are sent In to have a complete cen
sua. If you know of anyone who has
been omitted U will not cost you any
nostage to inform Supervisor of Census
Charles L. Saunders at the federal b'llid
DAY'S OUTING FOR ORPHANS
Plans lo nire Ttaeiu nn Automobile
Hide and Picnic at a CKy
The Automobile association expects to
give the Omaha orphans an outing the
first week In June. While the picnic
grounds have not been definitely settled
upon, it Is thought that Itlverview park
will be selected.
Those having the affair In hand will
need 100 automobiles to accommodate the
There will be a band to furnish music.
and refreshments will be served. The
committee expects donations to defray
this expense, as well a cars, to trans
port the children from the city to the
park. Donations may be made to Miss
Lillian O'Connell, secretary of the Ne
braska Children's Home society.
Automobile dealers are expected to ad
vise the secretary how many cara they will
furnish and how .nany passengers they
will carry. "
The liobonle I'lsgue
distroys fewer lives than stomach, liver
and kidney diseases, for which lOlcctrlo Bit
streams. Thojr met at the-mouth of Camp teri is the guaranteed remedy. 40c. For
creek, north ot Peru and had dlnuer, then j sale by Beaton Drug Co.
1' ' .
Historical society that the approach
Ing centennial celebration is an event ot
more than ordinary Interest and should
uUrait the attention of all eitlaens of the
state of Nebraska, as well as of the sister
slates. The 2.id day of June. 1810. marks
th beginning of a commercial enterprise
that was to ultimately result in tne'
awakening of the prairies, forests and
mountains from the ilrsstssipp. river to
the Pacific coast from their primeval sleep
to receive the immigration which since
that lav has brought to this western couu
ire fifteen millions of people. The transi
tion period from that age of the wilder
ness and barbarism to this period of civili
zation, commercial and educational develop
ment II. m lias made these great western
tates emnires of themselves la an event
Inviting appropriate celebration.
This western country Is becoming a moie
interesting field for the historian than the
lands eastward from the Mississippi. What
ever Is new and progressive In national
development has Its Initiative In this part
of our country. Progress, improvement ,
development and growth are to be found
on every hand west of the Missouri river.
To this great area of our common country
the slate of NenrasKa is tne gateway ana
Omaha Is Its metropolitan city. This cen
tennial celebration fhould be on lines broad
enough to embrace the whole subject of
western devolepment as indicated in this
' Keep Cnambcrlaln'a Liniment on hand.
It Is an antiseptic liniment and causes
wounds to heal In less time than by any
THE NEAL IS THE ONLY CURE
The IllKb. Cost of l iving;
Increases the price of many necessities
without Improving the quality. Foley's
Honey and Tar maintains Its high standard
of excellence and its great curative qual
ities without any increase In cost. It is the
best remedy for coughs, colds, croup,
whooping cough and all aliments ot the
throat, chest and lungs. The genuine Is
In a yellow package. Refuse substitutes.
For sale by all druggists.
I 1 1
St. Louia, June 4 to 8, ino $15.40
Baltimore, May 7 to 9, inc. r . .... . .841.25
Atlantic City, May 15 to 17, ino. S43.90
Washington, D. 0., May 15 to 10, ino $41.25
Detroit, Mich., June 8 to 10, iivJuly 6 to 10. . .822.50
Cincinnati, 0., May 4, 8, 9 and ltf S23.95
Saratoga Springs, N. Y., July 4 to 6, ino $30.60
North Manchester, Ind., May 13-14 W.. . .$10.50
New Orleans, La., May 14 to 16, ino $43.65
For complete information about routes," train serried,
stopovers, limits, etc., tickets and berths, call on
J. B. REYNOLDS, City P.sicner Agent.
1502 Farnam Street. Omaha
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You may be a splendid cook and yet experi
ence failures especially with toodt in which
spices srt used. Materials not methods
are usually responsible. Weak, flavorless
tpicei will spoil the tastt of any cooking.
On the other hand
slwsyi make good cooking better. That's
because Tone Spices sre full-flavored, lull
Tone Bros. Spices sre the result of csref ul
selection, txptn teitingini improved methods
of milling. Sealed as soon as ground, Tone's
Spices come loyou in an air-tight package,
with strength and flavor undiminished.
If mmt mt vmr groeer's. as 10 ' mnd
irmf'iMM, W mill tmndnmrnlmmlall mack
e mni mmw mmk momk. ' ' 71mm Spicy Tmlkm,"
There are two kinds cf spicee
TON K VKUti. and "ciAcm."
TON E BROS., Oca Moines, lvss
fesiers ef Is Cdttrsits 010 OOtOf N COfFtt
For recipe see C
"Tone s 6picy Taws.- a
PCNAN6 StOVCS f?
SHOT PEPPER 4F
JAMAICA OINOCt ?
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We Watch Your Gas Engine
Do you know we have a record of every gas
engine in use in Omaha? We are constantly watch
ing their work, seeing that they render efficient ser.
vice, advising, suggesting and instructing' in their
Should any question arise in the running of your
engine, should you require advice in the purchase of
one, consult with us.
Our opinions are unbiased our experience is of
value to you.
Omaha. Gas Company
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