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THE BEE: OMATtA, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1010.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
( Hoot runt n.
, .cttl rui-iariiivunilii Co.
t Jtj Cleaning ,,f garment. Twin
Mijr L Wi.ik. 4uJ South fifteenth.
, -Costast ft i aires huve removed their
iU oji:.v to t,-t rtnutli seventeenth street,
Jiut oulli of tin Hran:ls theater.
Zftf Dollar Placed with the Nebraska
fcsvlng Mil Lonn Aee'n. help to earn
4'iotlier. Six ier cent per annum credited
semi-annually. 10- Iloaril of lrsd Bldg.
. Bailoere .to . rienlo. Member of the
Uihsh, Huilileia' exchange will have a
bicuc at Arlington, July 14. A special
tram on the NrihestMi will convey the
part-.', which will Include wlv and chU
a.h of member.
la the Divorce Ooart Nellie E. Fur
tenburg haa filV mlt for dlvcnc from
Aleaari.ler J. Kui Ktcuhoi g, charging him
with cruelty. ' Nora A. Kckery has been
tlVen a divorce from Charles A. Kckery on
charge that he la an huliltuul drunkard
and has rx-rclsed cruelty toward her.
Broke Window la a Dispute in a dis
pute with hi landlady over the payment
of a board bill, Loa IUtsmuseen, 1411 Chi
'fcii:. efreet, brok through a tvinuow and
flrl afreet Wednesday night. Mr. J
J. Rmttli, the laud lady, appeared iu police
lOlrr, 'Thursday, to testify against the de
fendant. He wit given a fine of 110 and
Ousts by Acting follow Judge Corckrel.
' i Better rrelgnt Delivery. At the aolrcl
tatlon of I ho Commercial club, the Hurling
ton -ban made an Improvement In freight
ileilvery. at Kail . City, Humboldt, Table
Rook- and Liberty. Freight Is now being
handled out of -Omaha oa train No. 72, at
U .30 p. m. Shipments are set out Napier In
Uie morning, reaching: Falls City at 8:30
a. m., Humboldt, 11 a. m.; Table Rock, 12
Ui.; JPawncer 1 p. m., and Liberty, 3 p. m
Oronk Oaa Takes a Beat Mr. Hunt,
Bald to have been a member of the "joy
ride party" and who was to have taken the
vltMM stand In the Cronk divorce trial
Thursday morning, was unable to appear
In court owing to Illness. As the defense
had relied upon her a their prlnctpal wit
, ness of tlie - day they were not prepared
with other witnesses and court waa ad
journed until afternoon. Dr. C. W. Pol
lard testified that ho had been called to
-attend -Mr. Cronk lata In the summer of
1907, and that he found her In delicate con
. dittos, lie said ther were finger marks
on bar throat end -that-ah was nervous and
PLANS WATER IMPROVEMENT Children Will
Try to Protect
Prof. Crowley Will Go to Sn Fran
cisco for Ideas.
LANT JTEID3 NEW METHODS
Ity Ckesalst Declare Water 9ely
aad quality toald Be Vastly I -erenurd
Will Bo Year Be
fore City e lie at.
Prof. Charles F. Crowley, city chemist.
who lias been devoting a good deal of study
to the matter of securing a purer and an
Increased supply of water for Omaha since
assuming his position. Is now engaged In
i. . ..... - . . . . . kai ...rln thai
wuL.ua imii m yropuBiuin vi robln are to be
supply ana increasing u ai me sama min.
with the present equipment. He will leave
within a few days for 8an Francisco, to
ttend the annual meeting of the United
hlatea Chemical association. While away
he will look Into the water systems of
other cities la the central west and on the
coast, aud expect to gain Information that
will prove ot value here when the city
take over the water works.
"A gentleman who manufactures water
filters and machinery of various kinds used
by chetuuits, water work companies and
others spent two days with me recently,"
said Vrvt. Crowley. "W went to the
Flurence pumping plant anS made some
calculations, follow tng our eraminetlon.
mnirinra mm thnt Omaha la not
getting out of the present plant anything I C vy. ft t 1 a fc Wf rrc
111... l.a H an trot ,mrfr tmni-nwd run. I ' llltilVl O T V Wl
Traits Arc Shown
at Street Corner
Policemaa Wilsoa Explains Pe
culiarities of Men and Women
' ' Crossing Street,
Feathered Songsters Are Being
Subjected to All Sorts of
PLUMBING ORDINANCE IS IP
Looks as if the City Council In
tended to Pass It.
HEABDTO LASTS OVER TWO HOURS
tow at It tee of Commercial Clsb Ap
pear Before I'oeaelt Thurs
day Morale Lynch Mri
the a are I Sanitary.
After hearing of two and a half hour.!
yesterday morning in the council chamber
It look as If the new plumbing ordinance
will probL.y go through t:ie council afl
presented by City Plumbing Inspector
Lynch and tne committee of master and
Numerous reports of the persecution to
which timid little robin that fly about the
city are subjected haa caused a movement
in their Interests. Children belonging to
mnny ot the clubs and associations of the
city are being asked to begin protecting
From rat, sparrow and bad boy the
r. t r In. tifl
usKPsted that th boy practice their bean ' " ' .
blowers on the sparrow exclusively from
now on. If they have to practice with tc
weapon at all.
Another bird melodrama, with robin
figuring a Innocent victim waa aeen
Thursday morning. Several children had
dug up a feist of fish worm for th
robins and had (laced the feast on the.
sidewalk fur the bird to eat. Just as the
little bird had begun timidly to draw close
and Inspect th morsels they were seeing
for tha first tims under the tutalege of
Mother Robin, a sparrow swooped down
and drove them away, taking the worms
Into New York's
Ex-President Makes First Public
Utterance Since Return by De
fending Primary Legislation.
The committee, of business men Iron
th Commercial club, headed by J. A.
Sunderland, asked for the changing of tnc
ordinance so that house builders could uj
either exposed nickeled traps or covered
drdin trap for bath tub and closois,
also either slip or ground Joint.
This proposition was strongly opposed
by those who prepared the ordinance on
th ground that the small exposed trap 4
have proved Inefficient; that the watjj
eat, being small, quickly evaporates ana
that, while the large drum trap costs
mors to Install, It will lessen repairs,
make for th safety of health and will bo
inure satisfactory In every way.
A Smooth Trick
Bills and Gets $1 in Quick
"Say, did you ever notice the different
ways tn whlaja a man and a woman will
do the omtnonest things?" remarked Of
ficer Wilson at the corner of Sixteenth and
. At Uto very moment he was speaking,
man was crossing one 'Ids of th street
, . and a woman on the other. The mau had
an armful of bundles while the woman had
only one little package. The man was In
Imminent ' danger of several autos and
wagons,' while on the woman's aide not a
. vehicle waa stirring.
. "Mow," said the officer, "that man is
not worried, but saunters along as If he
was ' out . tr enjoy the sunshine, but the
woman Is crossing by just leaps and Jumps.
If a street car started on Harney etreet,
. ! she would Jumy a yard."
"It Is the same way the human race doe
every thing," he added philosophically, as
the man ducked under a horse's nose.
' And the officer closed the Interview by
peremptorily waving his club at an aiuomo
' bile that was infringing on road rule-, and
turning his big- shoulder In that direction
to emphasise Ills laws.
Atterartroas at Vlurrnre.
"Perhaps a sum approximating $300,000
would have to be per.t to make certain Martin Vaktizak Shows Three $10
alterations at the Florenoe settling obhui.
With those changes made, 1 am confident
that a much better water an a largely In
creased supply could be obtained. 1 am not
prepared to say. at this time. Just v. hat the
chances are that 1 will advocate. That
will oome when th city has acquired the
plant and a water works commissioner has
been appointed. There Is a Job for a big
man, by the way, for the fim water com
missioner l going to have nut work, cut out
lor him from the Jump."
I'rof. Crown; does not believe the trans
fer to the city of the water works plans
can bo made as quickly as some members
of the water board predict. Ha anticipates
that a year, possibly more, will eiapse be
fore the city is put In complete control of
the plant. 'SJmiur certain conditions that
may arise, the transter might not be com
pleted In much less than five year," ald
Uie cKy chemist; "but of course, that rep
resents the extreme view."
prof. Crowley also has made sonic
figures which convince him that the nam
of llu,40V,OOU will be required to put toe
Omaha fla'nt In the condition It ougut to be.
'That figure inoludes the appraisement,"
be says, ''and an extra main for safety in
emergencies, as well as neoeeary exteu-
Commlttecs to Report.
Argument ha now been closed and the
committee will report the ordinance to the
council next MouCay attemoon.
Incidentally, it has been brought out tnat
the price of enamel work, such a baili
tubs, ha gone up la tu ii per cent in fne
last few days. "Incresscd cost of lh4t
kind of material Is not dwelt on by busi
ness men usually," said inspector Lyncn,
"but when we attenmt to tnovido lor ai-
Two confidence men traded a 11 bill and .aita,y and safe iMumb.na a kic
wad of paper for three 110 bill with Mar. ma th. . th ..., 0,. lnhlaliation will
NKW YORK. June J0.-Theodor KoOse-
velt today made hi first publlo utterano
on a political subject sine hi return from
Europe June 15. In a telegram from Cam
bridge, Mass., he advocates the enactment,
with certain amendments, of th so-called
Cobb direct nomination bill now before the
New Totk legislature. The telegram ad
dresswl to I,luyd C. Qrlscom, chairman ot
the republican county committee ot New
York county, and sponsor for the ameud-
ment In question, follows:
"Utirlng the last Week great numbers of
republicans and independent voters from all
over the state have written me urging the
passage of the direct primary legislation
i nav seen Uovernor Hughes and nave
learned your views from your represent
live. It seems to me that the Cobb bill
with the amendment proposed by you
meets the needs of the situation. I believe
the people demand it. I most earnestly
hope that It will be enacted into law.
Mr. Orlscom received the telegram late
this afternoon and almost immediately
made It pjubllc, together with an appended
statement explaining the proposed amend
ment to th Cobb bill. The bill Is now be
fore the Judiciary committee ot ths asem
bly.. The amendments will probably be
introduced iu ths senate tomorrow.
be Increased. I think J. liixby hit the
nail on the head when he said the whjie
thing resolves itself into a question be
tween safe work and that which is ques
tionable, but a trifle cheaper This ordi
nance la a composite ot many in In prin
cipal cities ot the United State and in
my Judgment I needed here."
tin Vakttzak Thursday morning. The
swindle was carried out through a varta
tlon of an old swindling trick, and it
thoroughly tooled the victim. Vaktizak,
who comes from the country, became ac
quainted with th two swindlers In a Tenth
street saloon. The three were walking
along the street when one of the strangers
happened to remark that he had dropped
with him and earch the street. Then he I DniOn 1 ilCllIC
a liiurti l ii c ji&u w BjBfia iiio money
they had, as assurance that thoyitadn't
found hi hist tmt.
When Vaktlsalt showed hi money, th
other examined H and effected the chang.
Held by Washout
LoCs Home Dedicate.
WATERLOO. Is.. June . (Special Tel
egram.) The new home of Hclmette lodge.
Knights of rythlas, In this city was ded
Icated today with appropriate service
Charles E. Picket, past grand cliancelor,
came from hi duties in Washington, 1).
C. Monday night to deliver the principal
The building is magnificent In every de
tall, costing 170,000.
The Helmette lodge has too member who
tr.ke great pride in the edifice dedicated to
CONNELL TALKS ON GARBAGE
Health Commissioner Declares Bee
Agitation is Good-
SAYS TO CALL CONTRACTORS
lie Gives Advlee em Neeeveltr of
;a fhertuB Carttasre "and Mea
tless Coat reefer Wto At
tea That Work.
Health Commissioner Connell, commend
ing th notice lelatlve to garbage gathering
that The Be ha been carrying on Its
front page, said:
This matter of keeping garbage closely
gathered I Just as Important a The Hee
makes It, but Instead of calling the health
office, householders should call the gar
bag contractor In their districts. There
I a company known a the City Qarbafte
company which ha no official connection
with garbage gathering In Omaha at pres
ent Many people call that concern and
are thus wasting their time and getting no
'James Whalen I th garbage contractor
In th main residence section In the center
ot town. nd th Omaha Rendering and
Feed company ha th contract In all the
other districts. Thus, either one or the
other ot these companlea should be called
to remove garbage. Any citlten ran get
at my office a card giving the boundaries
of the garbage districts and th rate that
may be charged.
"I also desire to Impress en housewives
th caution not to wait until the garbage
can Is full and flowing over, but call the
garbage man In good lime, if he does not
how up regularly. The matter of very
small extra expense Involved In having the
cans emptied before they are chuck full
should not cut any figure with those who
rerard healthful condition as the prime
Broken Belt Kill Maa.
SIOUX CITY, la., Jun S0.-Speclal Tel
egram.) WhlU helping move the sand boat.
"Wm. Towle," St Riverside park thla af
ternoon, Guy Martin, a laborer for Strange
Rros. was struck In th temple and In
stantly killed when a belt broke.
The Strange are gettlg ready to trans
form the boat Inte a pleasure craft
ham's Vegetable Compound
ElwcKxt, Ind. "Your remedies lmyo
etiTTd ma and I have only Uken six
bottles of Lydla E. lHnXham s V eget:w
010 t. orniHiuim. a
was sick tnre
months and could
not wi'ik. I suf
fered all the tune.
The doctors said I
coukl not get well
without an opera
tion, fot I could
hard It stand the
pains in my sides,
especially my right
one, and down my
riirht leg. 1 beiran
to feel better when I had taken only
one bottle of uomponno, dui Kept oa
as I was afraid to atop too soon." Mrs.
SAni MULLEJ, 8738 N. Ii. St, EU
V.'hy will women take chances wttn
an operation or drag out a sickly,
half-hearted existence, missing three
fourths ot the joy of liYincr. when they
can find health in Lydia E. Finkham'i
jor thirty years it has been tha
standard remedy for female ills, and
has cured thousands of women who
have been troubled with such ail
ments as displace menta, inflammation,
ulceration, nbroid tumors, irregulari
ties, periodlo pains, backache, indiges
tion, and nervous prostration.
If you have tl slljrhtest doubt
that Lydia K. IHnklirtm's Vege
table Compound will help you,
wTite to Mrs. lMnkham at Lynn,
Mass.. for advice. Your letter
will be absolutely confidential
tvu4 tUe advice free.
wwwiiwi - --.-,--. m, i, n,-,,-, 1IVULIUA
and Strikes Boy
ion and reservoir on the Eobert Soreasoii it SeTerely Iniared
.stmn in ini ihumthl n stiiiuti aim ietvi ,i w
WUUitrwx - - -sr I WTT-il- tfc 3 ' "T N
voir." v fiiie iuung iiay atacjter
tO iSeat VVeStOn nd bruise th result of an accident
Nine-year-old Robert Sorenaon of Flor
ence, la suffering from Internsl injuries
John F-nnis Due in Omaha Saturday
Night in His Tramp from
Ocean to Ocean.
Juhn Sirmts. SS-year-oia atMete, walk
ing aaross the country in an effort to beat
the reoore of Edward Payson Weston, 'UM HPU ria D .LL.. J
arrive in Omaha on his long tramp Satur-I X HI CC IXLUIJCtl
as They Sleep
DE8 MOINES, la, June SO. Senator A,
Day Burglars Get
Haul of Jewels
While Family ot Ju. uani 11 uttingidays fiat
ThieTES Break In and
Steal Gems. c
day evening;. It Is reported the ,agea
atbleis la now eleven hours ahead of Pedes
trian Weston's time.
Tmrtii la an old chum at Westotra and
has been noted for athtaUo achievement Men Fall Asleep on the Sidewalks B. Cummins this afternoon denied the ro
tor fifty year. On his present andertaK- -nJ Are Sobbed of Port that his heart Is seriously affected
tng the walker intends to actually ao- and that he has cancelled his Chautauqua
eonrplisb the ooean to ocean trip by belna YaiUaOies, dates. He declared Uiat b wiU Uke up his
able to aay h plunged into the water Rt I Chautauqua leott r July 19. "I wa advised
hath ends, beslnnins: and ending It. He Three men. who. oy accident, fell asleep hv .hv.iHm, n.itimn m tu .
carries a letter from Mayor Gaynor to t-' on me same iaewuik have cancelled some of my Chautauqua
Mayor McCarthy. Weston mad the trip wlthln fe1 teet of each other Wednesday dates. This has given rise to exaggerated
In 106 days Knnls hopes to do It la 100 ". xnuraaay, mey naa given reports," said Mr. Cummins.
he suffered while tiding beside his fathet
on a hay stacker Monday.
While th machine was being; operated
at a swift rate of apeed, on of the (lngle-
tree snapped from Its place and, flying
upward, struck the 14 In ths abdomen.
He was rendered unconscious for a short
time and was placed under the car ot
Western Nebraska Has Small Flood
Which Coven Wide Territory
KIDNEY. Neb., June 30. Special Tele
gram.) One ot the bigjteat rains that has
fallen here In many years, began here at
S o'clock this afternoon, and the country
was flooded. In the streets of Potter, Col
ton, Lodge Pole, and Sidney, the aster Is
so deep that traffic of all kinds 1 stopped.
and every cellar In town Is flooded. .
At 7 o'clock tonight the rain Is still
pouring down, and Indications point to ao
all nignt rain. This rain means thousand!
ot dollar to Cht-yenn county, and win
be the making ot the small grain, and
corn will take an extra Jump.
All railroad trains on ths Union Pacific
are being held here, owing to a washout
of over 1,000 feet of track at Colton, six
miles cast ot here, which may increase It
th rain continues.'' i'-
OMAHA GAS NEWS 15Q9,
ssasaai - - - . .-.- u u l"l"lr"VJLTirunjTJI'..
sssjsi - r i fu j i i-n n n rriixru i,j
CUMMINS CANCELS DATES
Iottsji Will Take Three Weeks Rest,
bat Denies Report He Is
Burglars got Into the residence of C
Cans. SK22 Harney atrest, and stole dia
monds to the value of S100 while the family
was s supper Wednesday night According
to tha report made to the police, th mem
bers ot the family discovered a screen had
been torn sway from a window in the
cellar. . A sunburst and a pair ot lungs
made UP tha lout.
BUILDING PERMITS SHOW
INCREASE IN NUMBER
Month of Jeae Is Fa Ahead, While
tx Meaths Is A host th
An Increase of thirty-two permits la noted
In the figures of tb city building inspec
tor's ofTlo for the month of June, over
th figures lor the same month last year,
Ths total evrt of Improvements also show
a substantial gain, being S771, for Jun
this year, against SSOJM lot June at Vim.
Thla tZK.SW In difference of cost repre
sents 87 per oent.
The total to date for Il bold up fairly
wU with th cost ot permits for th saros
time last year, which was very large, Th
figures for this year, up to June SO. are
iiliS.243. as al list llMtJW In lWv, and as
against Jl.'L, In 10K
Large permits Issued Auxins' Jun were;
tr. M Traver. anartment house. 116-19
South Tliirty-flttii uW. S6.v; Colonial
lurtnunu. SMM S'uruam street. IM.M; Un
ion Paclfio nea.diuartu-s. fouudatieu lu-M
Lfodge street. ltea Kealty company,
factory aud wai-aiiouaa. lJW-li Capitol ave
nue, K-nney Investment eompany,
stot buUmng, SVl-u faieuth Sixteenth street.
NEW AUTO COMPANY FORMED
T, Redsa aa4 W. St. Drs
a Btoeesae rartMri la
Oeoi'ge r. Ba.ts and V.. R. Drammond
have formed a jpkrUaarhi said wUl handle
th Cadillac, Tl-tf wU ineve at enoe Into
th garage at SOW Faroes street, buUt re
cently for O. r. Louk and used by Wm a
Reim is o&e of th beet knew aatomobU
men in thi pert of the oouatry, H has
been maoagir for li, B, KiwbaU tor a
number ot year and has handled th
Cedilla' sueoeeatub'y, -
Mr. Drumtnond is on of th best known
business mn in Omaha, H U1 not give
ud th Whit ass an4 steaia cars, both of
whlob will be bandied: as f oranerly at Drum'
luund s place oa KighteenUt mi raraam
streets. Th uyr company will be known
a the Cadllla coaApany of Owaha.
Wbm the dtgesUoa U all rigut, the aotloa
of the bowels regular, there la a natural
craving and relish for food.. Wbea this 1
lacking you stay know that you need a dose
' of Cbasabeiialn' Stomach an Liver Tao
)eta They strengthen the digestive organs.
- improve the appetite and regulate th
Rev. Savidge Has
Three New Records
Be Harks Up Biggest Say, Week and
Month in Career of Mar
up valuables in their slumber. Th slumber
. -"" aois itwi Banker still la Jail.
onn rounemm sireei; r.iwin Hamilton, PORT DODGE. Ia. June SO.-SDeclal Tel
blK I UW'UMt Bt rMl anil Pharln IdrnlfK bll I . n . . ....
, egram.) e. ju. joice, tne iaue Mills banker
lo ",mT "Pori, tne men had ductln fraudulent banking is still in thi.
raiien a.eep ,er a lew minute, and upon clty, the filing of a bond being po.tpone
","1""4 mey naa oeen roooed by the non-arrival of surety from La
Mills. Attorney say the bond will
filed In th amount of $16,000. The ch
comes before the federal court at the N
vember term. Joice will not talk about the
It lsai fi:-; . -rt.jRf J Sla
Nearly every Omaha
home contains a
Is yours one of the
that does not?
Remember that with a gas range
you can cook more auieklv. her.
tcr and more cheaply than with any other cooking appliance.
It is the greatest of modern labor-saving devices, and its
use means a healthy, comfortable, clean kitchen.
Winter or Summer gas is the cheapest kitchen fuel.
Call at the-store this week to see our ranges, cake griddles
and waffle irons.
of a watch and a silver dollar.
Come in whether you intend to buy
Ranges at all prices from $9.00 up.
Sold on easy terms. v
FINE TIME AT BOYS' CAMP
This week has been a marker for Rev.
Charles W. 8avMge. It has offered the
largest number of marriages for him ot
any week In th history ot his life as th
C. A. Boys Have Bis; Diversion
at Saadelt of Csap Otlsaore.
A ear Valley.
Fine swimming and toning are affording
great sport to the Toung Men's Christian
.nin. MtMi It ni! ndM th. Untit " v near
..... . ,h.t .nert. and it uttU to make Valley. A sand pit Is tb scene of their
k .r,k nf Jrma the merest month In Waler arks.
.v.- v,.,, .t o,.k. mmu. taturtif-a A minstrel show was given at the camp
and in th. career of Mr. Bevldge. flr evening, and It proved a great
m. c-v-M. wl have ioined together uoceas. prof. Oramllch of th South
twelve coupl by th eni ot this week. 0nuU, H,h ohol ta 'lT,n of
an4 thlrty-thr marrlsgos for th. month. ulk on natur tudJr. h,c Pv of great
H married six coupl- Tneedsy. He may
THE OMAHA GAS COMPANY
ltm.v inort betox th week If oat.
STRUCK BY A FALLING ROCK
Gears; Kelgrtev Suffers a Cesapeaaa
Fraetare ef th Lear Illrat
Interest and value. A fine spirit prevails
throughout the entire camp. Camp will
be broken early Saturday morning, th boy
reaching Omaha on their retuin at 1:J0 p.
m. Two autoe from Omaha visited the
camp Tuhdy. The food 1 tin. Th
Omaha boys beat Waterloo In baa ball
17 to 7 Tuesday. They play Valley on
Thursdsy, A tennis tournament Is being
played and greet interest Is shown In all
the camp activities. Th campfire each
SEES BIG RUSH FOR LAND
George Zeigler, 1517 Cuming, while
worVlnir an the hlutl school building.
Thursdsy morning, was .truck by a falling evening Is very popular,
rock, and his leg severely Injured. J. P.
Doglen, superintendent ot construction at
the building, ran to the man' aaelstance
ar.d notified Doctor Porter, who stated
that Mr. Zelglei's left leg had a compound
commlnated fracture, Th bone was
mashed into pU.ce and is as serious a
break as could poeslbly hav occurred. Th
U. sa. otia ueeiaxee Seeib Dakota Is
Rcelvla7 isirui of Settlers
"South Dakota Is enjoying th most pros
perous season this year," said Q. M, Otis
man was taken Immediately to the Omaha of Blunt, who Is at the Merchants. " In th
General hoepitxj. whin his injuries were western part ot the slat w hav had
plendld rain and th crop are looking
fine. There 1 a great demand tor South
Dakota kind at th prnt Urn, it seems
as though ther never was a time In tha
history of th west when land was in
as much demand as It Is now, and settler
ar flocking all over th west by th train
load. People seem to be land hungry
and eern te be following Jim Hill' advloe
to get "back to th farm."
EAGLES PICNIC AT C0URTLAND
1T Data's rlss4 fee Sstareay
Bveaiea- at the Eaet Omaha
Bewrt m the Lake,
With a number of prominent speaker In
their midst, th local Eagles' lodge will
hav a big ptenta at Courttana beach
SI.IUIU.7 muouvux tU.s. .hots Willi . ,...., WAI.llt
be a program of athietle games, bglnning Adit I Ul I UU I UUNU U HUN
at 9 o-cioca ana m. vpeevn-Aiaaing will "
begin at T 'lock.'' Qraaa Island Attorney Kaver Fat
Mayor Dahiman. T. W, Blackburn. O.I v,,wl "val (e a Veto
M. Hitchcock. A. W. Jefferis. Hsrry rie. ,f ewIe.
hart and Isidore Zeishu are thoM &-KA
wUl Uvr addresses. ormur etsio oenator r red at. Ashton of
urana isiana was a caller at th office
DELFT TEA ROOM HAS UWEDZXJZZ
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tarn tea ruum nas moves into It
parmaueoi iuaxiBr u in atranaels theater A Horrible Death
building. It U now located In th north- rsulu from docaylcg lungs. Cur Coughs
ast corner ot the building on th ground and Weak Lung with Dr. Kinr New
floor, with entrance from Seventeen th plsoovery. Sto and S1.00. For sal by Beaton
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Your unrestricted choice of
our entire women's suit and
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(Whether the former price was $25.00, $35.00, $40.00,
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