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THK HF.K: OMAHA. WKDNKSDAY. MAY 11. 101ft.
fREE FROM ALL DEBT
i 1518-1520 Farnam Strett
that the public la fairly treated by the
Imlth l.envea r'rlrtft)'.
riiprtf ntatlve W. I. Smith of Council
Bluff, will leave Washington, Friday next
for home to rnter the primaries In the race
for ii-nomlnation. Representative Smith
will op'n his campaign at Vlllisca on Mon
UK-hard W llkinson and Mrs. Wllkintun
of Lincoln, were In Washington today, en
route to rhlladeliila, where they take
paaxaa-e for Europe on May M.
D. V. Jon-a and wife, Watertown, 1. A.
Keith and wife, bnke Preston and E. C
Hem and wife of Dell Raplda arrived In
Washington todny from Richmond, Va.,
and will upend a few day here.
All Tired Out
Dai Lewis and Crew Shown Way Into
City After Two . Dayi' Battle -
with the .Mud.
I . i
SunburrWd, weary and tired, Dal Lewis
and his pathflndins crew tor the Ullddcn
tour were shown the way Into the c.ty of
Omaha Monday night.
After two days of hard traveling over
loads that seemed almost Impassable, the
Uildden scout finally landed at Omaha,
tie Mart fed from Kansas City last Satur
day morning, but gut stuck In the mud be
fore he readied 81. Joseph. Sunday morn
ing lie left Si. Joseph fur Omaha and again
reached a alt-etch of road that mired the
After leaving St. Joseph the route was
directed through Maryville, Mo., and
Shenandoah, la., to Omaha. Maryville wis
reached Sunday afternoon, but after en
countering the muddy roads the atittnpt to
go farther was lven up until Monday,
when the way was plowed through to
Word wat received In Omaha at 4 o'clock
Monday afternoon-that- the pathfinder had
left Slienanduali and acveral cars were aunt
out to show t hi in the w ay to the city. 11.
IC. t-'i edrlckaon furnished a car for the
nennpapcr men, which took them almost to
Olcnwood, la., before they met the toute
tlndtrs. Others who were interested In the tour
had cats to mm Lewis and by the tlma
Council Bluffs was reached u presentable
showing of automobiles was ready to enter
Orr aha. ,
The Home hotel was the rendcsvuiiH of th'i
pathfinders and there th new wax enter
tained at dinner by auto enthusiasm.
The pathfinder left Omaha Tuesday
morning for Des Moines and will then
go to Chicago, which Is the end of the trip.
State Convention of Knights of Co
lumbus Now in Session in
. . Tiis City.
Deletatea from -all over the state, repre
senting the several councils of the Knights
of Columbus . in . Nebraska, met Tuesday
morning in Knights of Columbus hall in
the board of Trade building, for the an
nual state convention.
The gathering was prealded over by State
Deputy Arthur F. Mullen of Lincoln and
the various district deputies and state of
ficers made their reports for the year. A
recess was veiled at noon until 1:30 o'clock
and the annual election of state officers
will take, place during the afternoon ses
sion. Omaha council w Ml entertain the
visitors Tuesday night fn the local club
FOOD FOR MF.MOItV
TH Xln Tbat BuUas Vt the Bralo
It la hard to believe that certain kinds
of food will strengthen tho memory, and
yet. uron th condition of the brain de
pends tho character of the mind, and Its
power to remember and to exert Itself in
various ways, and a healthy brain con
finly be maintained t y well selected food.
Now" we know that dally use of the
brain usta up .certain parts that are
thrown out through the pores to the
outer surface of the skin. This watte
is natural and must . be made up from
Grane-Nuts food nil made especially
to rebuild" the- Kraln -and nerve centers.'
An experience In Chicago will Illustrate:
"1 usd a terrible alege of gastritis; my
stomach refused everythins In the way
of food until I got hold of Qrape-N.uts.
It wa perfectly wonaeriul and marvel.
us fi see the difference I began to Im
prove t on e.
"1 weighed myself about that time and
found that I had II pounds to my credit.
I gained In weight, strtngtlt and health
steadily and rapidly, and now weigh 1(0
pounds and am strong and in better
hoalth than ever in my lite."
1 have lately had a seven months
course of Instruction In vocal music, and
have menvorUed S3 aongs and most of
he accompaniments besides several piano
tece. When t started In 11 Jiremed dif
ficult to memorize one. but m.v memory
haa been growing better vry day an J 1
now find it easy to commit to memory
wthout difficulty. V
"1 have taken no medicine, but my
steady diet of Grape-Nuts food has given
ine strength, health and memory."
Bead "Tha, Head to. Wellvllle," found
lit pkga. 'There' a Ueason.'
8t rad t awor ltterf A sew eat
appears from time to time. Tty are gen
iaa, tint aaAJwU of hamwv lntsrtet. .
GAe Popular "Middy"
Blouses for Misses
and Women $1.50
We've just received another lara-e snip-,
ment of those pretty "mi1lyM bloune those
practical ami very popular a-armmt are Just
the thing for . jtvmnaslum and for outdoor
sporta anj for the vacation trip to th ium
MaterlalM are while jtalatea, the deep pallor
collar la made of dark blue serge, prfttlly
trimmed with white braid and white embroid
ered atara. Sluestrlna; laces tan be woen
ui.der Hie aklrt or blouse can be worn attlrt'
fafhlon. felsea 12 to 40 but. Krke
Aldermen Have Sport. Orer, Claim
from Electrician. ,
ASSISTANT FOR AN INSPECTOR
Hreed Offers- to Qalt Bec-aase of Pres
sure of Work steps
Taken to Help Him
An amusing one-act farce wa enacted at
the Monday afternoon meeting of the com
mittee of the whole of the city council, en
titled "A Trip to Chicago, or What Has a
Tungsten Lamp to Do. With Civil Service?"
The entertainment was furnished chiefly
by the city electrician, W. Mlchaelsen, un
der the direction of Councilman J. H. Hum
mel, with Councllmen Johnson and Berka In
the chorus. The motif fur the comedy was
130 which Waldemar Mlchaelsen, city elec
trician, asked be allowed as the expenses In
curred during a recent trip to Chicago to
attend a conference on Tungsten lamps. He
did not know that he wanted" to go, or did
not get an Invitation to goifcill a Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock, and rhe meeting' was
scheduled for Monday.
Immediate action was necessary, he said,
and as the mayor was not In hs office and
the council wasn't In session, he went and
then asked the body to refund him the J:I0,
If it deemed It right and proper.
The bill was read and Hummel jmlled the
string that started th-,'JTtT'Works. He
calmly said that he fftfTflX -tolieve that
subordinates should be allowed to run
around the country attending conventions
and meetings without having first obtained
permission. Mr. Mlcliaelsen rose to his feet
to say that It was Impossible to get per
mission, as the mayor's office, had closed
for the day, but Hummel Insisted that the
mayor has a telephone and that the elec
trician should have used it.
Hummel to the Fore.
Hummel believed In getting his money's
worth before allowing the bill, so he called
upon Mr. Mlchaelsen to explain what took
place at. the gathering. " Spwfks were f lying
and questions were put to the- oily elec
trlclan fronv. every, direction.. Councilman
Johnson asked Mlchaelsen what be thought
of the proposition to have Omaha control
a municipal lighting system. The city elec
trician said that briefly, his opinion was
that It would a dlstutrous thing under
the present political system of government,
but stated that if It couid be controlled by
civil service, he thought It would be a grand
The statement furnished fuel for more
question and Hummel Insisted that the
man on the carpet explain In detail Just
why he held his opinions and that he ex
plain once more the Information he learned
concerning TunMerr-4iirups while' at Chi
cago. He then proceeded to tell Mlchael
sen that he was getting sample of civil
Hummel offered a resolution that the bill
be allowed, but that Mr. Mlchaelsen be told
never to do it again. !ounollman Barka
seconded the motion with a little speech
about the members of the council being re
sponsible directly to the people, while ap
pointive officers must glr an account to
the council. The motion waa carried.
Doe Breed Too' Rosy.
"Doc." C. S. Breedthe eificking house
Inspector, was before the body to show that
there was more work, in- tile Job than he
could handle properly, and hul'imleaa he
was given an assistant he would resign. He
said that he was willing to work hard, but
that it waa physically impossible for him
to be In three places at once, and that un
der the present arrangement he could not
do Justice to his work. ' He said that he
cared more for hl reputation that for the
Job, and that he didn't want to let some
thing get by him which ouht to be looked
after. .. " . '.
Councilman Mr-Govern., said that .'"Doc."
was the first man who ever obtained a city
Job whp offered to resign, . nd: .that ;fte
thought that they ought not to let him go.
He' moved that the matter be referred to
the finance committee which should be In
struoled to try to find a way to give the
Inspector an assistant, at not over (109 a
month. The motion was carried
There was r.me discussion ovet. the mat
ter of appropriating J250 to be expended for
an assistant to. the city bacteriologist. It
waa brought out that Dr. Langfeld Is kept
from making scientific tests because his
time is so occupied lr). washing and sterl-
mini the large number of vessel, which
must, be used. The maltewa. referred to
the -finam-e committee.
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( I p toO'XeU o.Tipiaj . j other ten days w ill be illuminating ,the
' The clt doesn't Intend ta let tie O'Neil j heavens.
Insurance company of 8.iui Omatis, back Probably more Interesting to his audience
down from the propislt'.on to Insure the city than his denial of the collision theory,
hall for 2;iO.0OO for three" Vearfc 'at'an eitfi which only had credence among the iinug
pense of 11.211. and It was ordered that aliiiat'.ve. was his repetition o! his assertion
report be brought in ordering the forfeiture ihal Halley's comet was not the s;ar of
of one of Ihe certified checks put up by th Bethlehem. In support of his statement he
company unless the agreement Is reached. rcferr-.d to the records of the Chinese
The matter of ordering that the barn lit ' aMi-oloKers. Accuidlng to them, he said,
1114 Douglas klrcet be torn down was rei; the comet iud acpeared eleven years before
ferred to the legal departmont. Just before : Chi Ut. Allowing for u probable error of
closing the council voted to take part In the ' four cars and he said there admittedly
i base ball rarad Tuesday.
KOTEMX2XTB OT O0ZAK TBAMSaUTS,
port. Arrived. sailed.
XHW VoKK Noordsiu
NKW YORK V tron.
NKW YORK Vdrl.d
yt'KBKi- lk. I'h.inr'l.ln. .
llutldln Tersnlia.- v.'.-
Edward llrolh. 2"H12 North Fprtytflfth;
him, UW ..,.,.-....;
j Mrs t W
Smith Is Vsin: friends in.,
V nicagii. -. -
I K. H Williams has gnnf fnr" a trip
I Chicago. i . - I
Mihs Alice ICti. superlu'.pident of draw;
ling In lie Omslis solviol . "wrnt to Mlnr r.
avrol'a. Minn..- Mimdit? tilvft tn gltrnd tli
meeting of the Western Drawing and Man.,
i al Traiuing aMoclat.on. ,.Vw. .1
State Officer Figure that All Obliga
tions Are Paid.
REPUBLICANS HAVE GOOD RECORD
Control of Klnanrm Wholly Within
I.eKlsint lire Mnch Money lias
(lose Into Permanent
(.From Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES. May 10. (Special. (Ac
cording to Htailstlcs Just given nut by the
state treasurer and Mute- auditor, the state
of Iowa h,is Just completed ten years of
a record showing the state absolutely
fre from all debt or financinl emhar-
assrrent. There Is nominally a debt which
the stati nwM to ' the school fund, but
thin cannot b paid off. ' and' Is In fact
nothing more than an endowment. Twelve
years -Mg '. the state. -owed- nearly lOflO.OtW
On tin pa Id warratits left In hanks stamped
Vnot paid for -want of funds.". Then. A new
cia set In ind new 'men took charge of
Ihe ; financial affairs'- of the. state. For
more than a' dVs"io'.yrr the 'finances of
the. ntate: have been arranged' by Just two
men", who 'were' I'lialnrterr-' of the senate
committee on appi opt-Jatlorls Senator
Frunk L. Maytag, flow- -a big automobile
maker, and Senator Warren Garst, later
governor, also one of the wtHlthy business
men of the state. Through 'the committee,
which, they headed,-all the appropriations
were made and the tax levies.
The policy In recent years Is to atHl a
cumbersome surplus and to provide Just
enough revenue to fiiceT the expenses of
the state. The only advantage of a surplus
was to ihe Dcs Moines bunks, which
thereby swelled their deposits. Af no time
has there been a deficit or anything In the
sllghcst degree suggesting one.
Levies for Twelve Years.
For twVlve years the tax levies for state
purpnt.es have averaged less than 3.2 mills
on the dollar. The levy last year was J.4
mills. The legislature appropriated a
smaller sum than usual, wmch forced a
smaller tax levy; but this desirable condi
tion was due primarily to the fact that
the great work of rebuilding and reor
ganizing the state Institutions and enlarg
ing them to meet the needs of a growing
state, which work had been going on
steadily for ten years, is now practically
complete. While the state has been brought
to h safe and. nunc business-basis, millions
of dollars have been pul into permanent
improvements and land fur the state educa
tional, charitable and penal institutloi.s.
All this has been done without at any
time embarrassing the slate.
The finances of the slate are wholly
within the Control of the legislature, the
only duty pel formed by the executive coun
cil being to equalize assessments and to
fix certain assessments. ' The- legislature,
at the close of each session, directs how
much money is to be raised by taxation
and a clerk In the auditor's office reckons
up the rate of tho lax levy w hich is thereby
recorded. But in the last dozen years the
assessment of railroad property In the
state has been Increased by the executive
council many million dollars and the local
assessment of real estate, has also shown
a material Increase. Hence while the state
expenses have been' Increasing the' tax
levies have not been raised. The state
expenses last year, aside from those of the
Board of Control for institutions, amounted
to a shim very much larger than ever be
The republican, JJiirty of. ,low a will de
fend Its financial management of the state
against all attacks, though it is known
that their enemies are preparing o make
some capital out of alleged extravagance
in state departments In recent years.
' Miners Complete Work.
The mine convention has practically fin
ished its work and It is anticipated that
some time tomorrow a new wage scale
for 2i,00 Iowa coal miners will go to the
Joint convention of miners and operators.
A new agreement was under discussion to"
day and finally referred to the presidents
of the two organizations for settlement.
The miners gained another point when the
operators agreed to pay them 12ft cents
per car for removing fallen dirt in mines.
The price for brushing was Increased
from ftf cents to 56 cents a yard. The oper
ators agreed to give the miners a holiday
on all pay days during the summer months,
but they are required to work the regular
eight hours on pay days of the other
Sub-districts were changed and will be as
follows: No. 1, Appanoose and Wagner
counties, Iowa, and Putnam county, Mis
souri; No. 2, Wapello, Marion, Monroe,
Davis. Lucas, Mahaska and Keokuk coun
ties; No. 3, Polk, Jasper, Dallas and Boone
counties; No. 4. Boone and Webster coun
ties. When a new mine Is opened and there
is any question as tow hat districts it
should be pinced in. the Joint board shall
decide the question and make a scale of
Star of, Bethlehem
lather Rig-ge Says History Will Cor
roborate Statement No Sanger
Proving beyond the possibility of doubt
by means of diagrams that there was no
datger of collision between the earth and
Halley's vomet. Father William Rlgge Mon
day night when lecturing In the auditorium
of Creighton university said that such
statements were made by those who had no
scientific knowledge of the subject. An
j audience that filled the hall listened to the
aHll.0Ilulnel. whlle ,le dls,.ourseJ ,earned!lP
' of the astral xlsitant w hose splendor In an-
was that ii-ror that would leave seven
cais. and could any one think, he asked.
Tint Tired Fesling
I'nHt comes to you every spring l a
sign that i our blood la wanting In vital
; Ity Just aa pimples and other eruption
- ar signs that.it is Impure.
One of the great facts tf eapurlonc
. and nbsirvation Is .that Mood's Hm.u-
parilla aly lemovea That Tired Keel-
tR. giVta new. life and courage.
Do m t uciay liealineul. but begin at
. 4nri't'x t araimrill
-" J arAdJdnild
' ,u,ual ,11,4U"1 l"n" "r ln cnoiatea
tUeu t'l atsaula. luii au. . $4,
THE OPPORTUNITY TO MAKE A SAVING ON A PIANO PURCHASE OF OVER ONE-HALF
The well known and high standing of the two firms
from whom wc purchased these pianos is a guarantee that
everything in this sale will be first class.
SMITH (El NIXON PIANOS
have been recognized by the world's greatest artists as being
as good as the best that are manufactured. The standing
in Nebraska and the Vest of
Piano Player Company
of Omaha as to quality of pianos and players that they have
alvvays carried in stock during their long years of business
in Nebraska, is well known.
Spot cash purchased them cheap and we give our friends and eu&tomers the henefit of our
ability to buy at a low figure. We know that nowhere in the west call the high qualities, low
prices and easy terms that wo offer during this
World's Greatest Piano Sale
BE EQUALED. A small payment down, balance to suit your own convenience will bring
into your home a piano of the highest grade standard make. Indicative of the prevailing
prices, we herewith quote a few of the many great bargains:
1 Sample, Sew
1 Singer, large alia
1 Vose ft Bon
1 Sample, saw .............
I XoUer Chase
1 Vose It Bona .
I Xaffarg-ue, new
1 Bteger It Boa ,
1 Darenport k Traoey
1 Henry k O. Xilnderman
1 Wagner, need
1 rerrand .
1 Cnlokerlnt" k gon
. 1 Bmlth.k Nlaon
that the Wise Men had set out from the
cast seven years before the time they
anticipated the birth of Christ. The lecture
was illustrated px.. "diagrams and photo-gra-plis,
; among ith, latter being , the very
ietest-.viewof UteWoraet. Ifc wae taktn,
said Father RlggeitMay ;
- , an Automobile
Driver Hurries Away and , Several
Hoars Later Blood Spattered Ma-
chine is Found in Alley.
CHICAGO, May 10. -An automobile, with
blood stains on the wheels, found - aban
doned In an alley hp re today, Is believed
to be the machine which caused the death
of Mrs. Albert Belir last night.
Mrs. Behi- and Jior husband, a carpenter,
were e.bout to cross the street, when the
car is nald to have swerved into Mrs.
behr. who was almost decapitated before
the eyes of her husband. -
The chauffeur did not stop and quickly
disappeared Into Lincoln park. The alley
in which the machine was found by detec
tives several miles from the scene of the
A police captain, whose son Is believed
to have ben one of the five men in the
car, Is active in conducting the investiga
tion. Three saloon keepers and the driver
are said to have been the other occupants.
NAMED BY PRESIDENT
Mm Mho Will Have Charge of Af
fairs at Ilellevue Celebration A p
polated by John L. Webster.
President John Lee Webster of the Belle
vue Centenary Celebration association has
announced the following subcommittees to
take charge of the details of the celebration
which will be held at Bellevue, Neb., June
Program Edgar H. Scott. " William M.
Iavldson, Jonathan Edwards, Edson Rich,
W. H. Hobins.
Finance Frank L. Haller, Frank T. Ham
ilton. Francis A. Biogan.
Hall Gf-orge E. West. Captain Henry K.
Palmer. Charles O. Lobeck.
Tiaiisvortallon Dr. W. S. Beta, Myron L.
1,1-uined. J- J- Breeu.
Publicity Theodore W. McCullough, Har
vey New-branch, oJseph Polcar.
Memorial Marker Henry T. Clarke. Rob
ert Harvey,. Haniuel C. Bassett.
I president Webster has called a meeting
j of the general committee and the subcom
I mittecs for Saturday, May 11, at 3 p. m.
I Tho final arrangements for the centen
ary of the first establishment of any busl
' ness enterprise or commercial undertaking
j on the soil of Nebraska will be com
I memorated at this meeting. The celebra
' tiun la already exciting the widest Interest
! not alone in Nebraska, but elsewhere
I throughout the country, so the affair is
I stsun-ing national Importance and interest.
WOMAN BASE BALL FAN
tlrs. torn Thonins Kills Herself fle
rsu.r llanbond Itefused to Take
Her t- Game.
1 .T. JOSEPH, Mo., May 10 Mrs. Cora
Thomas, wife of a brewery worker, coin
' mltti'd suk-lde late yesterday because lier
lUJbard wot-.d not take her to the base bail
'r-dine with him. On her pique, the woman
.'swallowed carbolic arid and -was hurried
: to a hospital, but death soon followed.
IKnltl 4. Rothvr-!l
Del;t ( Hothwi-ll. aged l eai. !d
Tuesday rin of pn unmnla after a week's
lines. He is suixivid by to children,
1 Bradley 9335
1 rischer, J. k O., used $335
1 Checkering Bros., used 93S0
1 Balnea Bros f37S
1 Btelnway k Bon $335
1 Sample Inside Flayer Piano... 138
1 Sample inside Player Piano. . .$130
1 Sample Inside Player Piano. . t ITS
1 new 88-nots Player, with 60 rolls of
1 new 88-note Player, with 60 rolls of
1 new 88-Bote Flayer, with 80 rolls of
1 new 65-note Player, With SO rolls of
1 new 65-note Player, with 80 rolls of
1 new 65-note Player, with SO rolls of
1 Cabinet Player, used ....$a3
1 Cabinet Player, used $35
We want a suggestion for a trade-mark and -We are willing to pay aa
high as $100.00 to obtain it. Anypne'tnay compete and all suggestions
.of any sort will be seriously .considered; The contest is open to every
one except our own employees. , It costs nothing to try. Everyone
should offer something.
The simplest idea or crudest design may win the prize
TO CONTRACTORS and CARPENTERS
$100 in cash will be paid for
the Idea or design accepted and
used if same is submitted by
any carpenter or contractor.
AH suggestions must be mailed by May 20th, 1910
Platner Lumber Co.,
end answers to Dept. B.
OrFIOE Ground rioor,
Brandels Tneatea Bldg.
Charles A., and Mrs. H. F. Trumble, and
by a step-sort, John T. Cooper. He came
to Omaha In 1S80, and has been In the en
graving business ever since. The funeral
will probably be Thursday afternoon. nd
will be in charge of Rev T. J. Mackay of
All Saints church.-
Mrs. !( Mar Berkmsn.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Ida May
Berkman will take place from the residence
at s a a.'m. Thursday. Services will be held
at the St. Mary Magdalen church and burial
will be at the German Catholic cemetery.
A Crnel Mistake
Is to neglect a cold or cough. Dr. King'a
New Discovery cures them and prevents
consumption. 50c and $1.00. For sale by
Beaton Drug company.
GAYNOR CENSOR OF STAGF
Rig Theater on Brnadwnr Closed by,
Order of Mnyor of Vevr
NKW VORK. May 1 Mayor (Jaynor has
become for the day a censor of the siage.
As a result one of the biggest theaters on
Broadway Is closed for an Indr finite pe
riod. About nto f-uppllrn.
First or last you will find It quite nec
essary to go to' the Omaha Kubber-Co.,
1H0S Harney street for' rubber, clothing,
rubber goods, automobile accessories or
garden hose-when you have tiadtd else--where
a:id then given us a trial you will
be a steady customer. We carry rubber
hose of tne pure rubber. long-lasting kind.
( ouimniiiier Jullu. . fratt rust No.
143, Dept. 111., ti. A. It.
Mr. fkusc Cook, commander of above
I post, Kcwanee, HI., writes: "For a long
I time I was bothered with bachache and
j pains across my kidneys. About two months
1 ago I started taking Foley Kidney Pill
;and soon saw they were drtng Just -as
i claimed. 1 kept on takinfl tiiein and now
I tin free from bachacho and the painful
; bladder misery 1a all gone. I like Foley
j Kidney 1'IHs an well thtt 1 have told many
I vf my friends and' comrades about tbem
! end shall tecommer.d them at every oppor
j lunity.'' For sal by all druggists.
h-t Want Ads will b-iosi :, nur . bu!iii 1
Trlplf' 1'rnaeilT- ft "(Che sirptad ) .
j PCH P-NFCTA liV. N V . May I Kfcaiij'e
: Mi".- Jrsll fci- Miircillo ' tefusod to ens
iitl.l' ill, miirr.nzt tfr l1- ro r-v'A
Idauglntr, . Apgelina. lo ut-ano Mllano.
1 Cabinet Flayer, nsed $40
1 new Cabinet Playor, with SO roll
of mnsio $109
1 new Cabinet Player with 60 rolls
of music $116
3 new Cabinet Flayers, with 50 rolls
of muslo $135
1 new. Cabinet- Player, with 60 rolls
of mualo t $139
1 new Cabinet Player, with 80 rolls
- of muslo $145
1 new Cabinet Player, with 60 rolls
of muslo $170
1 Slmolex Flayer, with 30 rolls of
1 $750 inside Player Piano, with 60
rolls of music $360
1 $660 inside Player Piano, with 60
rolls of muslo $370
1 $875 inside Player Piano, with 60
roUa of muslo $300
1 Smith k Nixon Parlor Grand. 379
1 Xnaba, used $335
Cash Free for a
. , TO THE PUBLIC
$50 in cash will be paid for
the idea or design accepted and
used if. same is submitted by
any man, woman or child who
is not a carpenter or contractor.
1Mb and Oak
Mllano this morning shot the girl through
the temple, causing almost Instant death,
shot the mother and then took poison. The
mother and Mllano will probably recover.
For Nebraska Partly cloudy; not much
change In temperature.
For Iowa Partly cloudy, not mtruh
chnnge. in temperature.
Temperatures at Omaha yesterday:
in one of the bebt remedies of the
American Druggists Syndicate.
It contains' niedlclnal properties
of the famous wattrs of Carlsbad,
Wiesbaden and Marienbad.
It t-leansos the system, ellral-nat-s
gout, rheumatism, gravel,
correct torpid liver, poor diges
tion, and is good for the kidneys,
the blood and the nerves.
If you aru all run down and
your system needa cleansing and
toning up, If youi appetite Is bad
and your brain isn't rleur, you'll
be very" much pleased with this
remedy, which la next to a good
1 ' '1 liiiir r,tn-.
Look for .
Willi 11.000 Oih.r DruytUW
$100 fcr trade mark
cite rKe l
I t J Hour. Deg.
to-(V fi a. m M
I XS a. m Hi
I" T 8 a. m fii)
I Vs. r m fif I
I T 10 111 r's
I 11 a- m
' I I I w m 71 1
. . - 7T
tou umt, ceo - manv .
men lOho toill 'tell
you that thoj have.
Icen weaned ' from
the extravagant c5-
tom tailor habit by oBoUrke
3'wentj-fic. There's rtotfj'
in all Omalja like: obr
models for style, fit. drape
and general appearance
they are definitely differ
"We wobld like to sell you
yoUr clothes tip's season.
JOrop in and talk it over.'
SWIM SVIFS, $iH to $
mimojips; ft- to $30
"oBotirkc Preferred" that's
obr $3 hat is splendid,
value. SPry one for hour
next hat. It is built to
stand wear and weather.
316 ScUth 15th Street
Leave Ycur Monsy at
Home This Means
What it Says
r- Branaman Co. will give tliclr reg
ular treatment (value 3) for one month,
to all sufferers from Catarrh, Asthma.
Deafness, Head Noises, and alt chronlo
Dr. Dranaman Co. have been treating
chronic diseases for 24 years In Omaha
and Nebraska. We know what we can lu,
but you may not You want to get well
and we bellove we can cure you. .What
you are Interested In Is doctor wbo has
faith In his own works. You have been
the one to take all' tf.e risk" In seeking
health,, now, wa want you to Investigate
our treatment, and to prove Its merits
we are going to give a full month's Med
loin and Treatment free to all who call
or write before May loth. Remember
this, if we wero offering you a cheap
cr worthless treatment free, ws could
never hope to benefit by it. Yon will gel
the best we hr.ve and that Is backed by
14 years of experience In treating catarrh,
deafness and head noises, asthma and ail
Leave jour money at horn and call
at ono. Thla means what It says, a
month'a treatment and medlolue free.
Bring this ad with you.
SK. BB1HAHAH CO.,
Salt 86, Continental Block, Omaha.
id . rioor, Over .Berg. u Clothing . Co.
ijii.nii, n ir iMit
Ihe Store For Ladies
To Buy Liqueurs :
Courteous lady clerks will sell you
a gallon of homemade , Grape
Wine, red or -white for $1.00
imported Italian Olive. Oil, per qt
at ...1. .75c
Rex Beef Extract, Z ot.i Jar .. .f.'H'
Fisher Beef Extract 2-oz. Jar. ,'Mc
Burnham's Clam Bouillon, fo; con
valescents, 2 bottle qfV. . i; 5f
Excellent cooking brandy, per nt,
An 8 year old Kentucky Burlmn
whiskey, per gal . .' .S.'J.oo
Everything and nnythlm; In tho
liquor line at correspondingly low
prices. . v : . ,'-v
Stall and Telephone Orders Promptly
ri'lod. 1 . J '
WIXE MKJSCIIAXTS , .
121 IT. lGth Bt. Opp. P. O. Both Phonsa
OMAHA vs. TOPEKA"
Vinton Streot Park
MAY 10, 11, 12 .and jL3.
Frithiy, Mny l'J, L;itIiosr Day.
' Game Called 3:45 ": : t
AIlViSCED V AVOEVJl.hE
Katlues Every Day, 3:15 Zvsmnga, 8:10.
Till Week I'laru Helle Jciuine,- Wit
Hum ilouiii. .Vililn-d Mol l in. Tuoi iie anU
( arleton. KUnor 'liuvnto. The l'lvi Mi
wutiN. (iui'liii'i- and Iteveie, -The ii'0
ihoin,! and '1 lie I' lihr inn I'om ert Orrhtu-tra.-
Prices 10c, S5 and tOo.t,, , .
jr-yVOpea 'all Eumir.or.
&Gf&f v.ftf ... wM4 2
nOOiCDlA S1O0K CO.'
In tun ltural t'onedv lnuiiui. '
"My Friend From Arlcar.33wr.
Etartim; 'lliun Miit . "I.a Hcli.!nrl'Cf
l.uoo K-dti (it t '- ni Tu.Ja -,- 3tufid4)r
and baturduy inaiineet, p,,., j.
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