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TIIK REE: OMAHA. THUIIUY. SEPTEMBER 8. 1010.
SAM SUTOR TK1ES FOR CASH
Can Lake, Minn., Banker Admiti
Knowledge of Mabray Operations.
BIG PYTHIAN FIGHT IS ON
Ike ComnaU Blafff off.c. of tUe
Oaiaba In la at is Boot Street.
Botk 'phoae. 43.
Grand Lodge Tackles Ousting
Places to Drink
Board of Education Consider! Feasi
bility of Establishing Sanitary
Fountains at All Buildings.
' I I
t . If. drugs.
The f'lMik bart"T fhop for liaths.
''orrlnane, unrtTtakpr!". 'f'hnnrH
I'At'ST RKKU AT KOOKHS' I'.I'FKET.
Plrturf framing, Jpusrn, Masonic fmple.
Woodilnq; I'lului t iking rompanv. Tel. 3.7).
Ia v, Is S'irtlcr. funpral illnrtur. 'Phone 'JT.
Knit r:rilANc.JK OK KCAI. KSTATK
, iinriiH Hrniwoy studio nfw location
f.:n Wt-Kt lip'inluay.
WI-; CAIIHY 1UI.T KXTllACT. J.J.
Klein Co.. ! VhI Kroaduuy.
Hi 11 r kUs-'m fitted in repnlred by
i. W Tciry, cill'Un, 4)1 Uiuadway, offic
Willi GLiti' (jtriift.
I.lly i amp AM oc;r.ty mets Thursday,
riMM. niliiT , at Mrs. A. 1. Hi lima". WJ
Third aveniK', for quilting.
Till! Nl'llFIMl lIUTIIKltS I. KINK AN-HKISKK-Hl'S"
H M.UP. In SKN KKI.n
lIWl.'UH t'D.. iili bOUTU MAIN siTKKKT.
M.ijo.-tlr Stiel l;an.- nnd Art Unrland
!'. liurnoiK, the h.rM In thu world, 147 to
J.. V. are mmihiv uKentn. C. L'o
Vol Hardware Coinpany. :n Hroaiay.
Thu most di'licnte fabrics arc cleaned and
piismd hull. fMCtonly In our cW.ininn
and pjtfniiK department. Hlufls City L,aun
rfi y, Iry Cleaning and Dye Works. Phone
It. Ilercutt, the Itintnlan lunch wagin
. man, who narrowly escaped cremation
1 w ucm. 111.- . v a n ' i n cautht lire from a flood
if .li-ollne that had ral;ed from a oe
fHotive Htcve, had another fire In tr.o
mine wagon and from the name catiFe. The
KM nan confined to his Hupply of eatables.
Ihe Kullerton Lumber company of Bent
ley, la., yesterday began a suit In the dis
trict onurr SKainsl Henry Irles and Pitta
in leu, as pi Invipnls, and Lewis Hammer, ia
an - indirectly lnterete(iv party, to recover
IMtA f.,w I. r.irnlli.,..l r... l,ltr 11 I J.
- f tu43ulld a house on property leaned to therri
uy mr. Hammer
A fire that started with a combination
of matchex. cotton mittens and gasoline
Inflicted about SUV damage on tha grocery
Btorn of UvliiKnton fc Weinberg at Tenth
jf.htreet and Avenue O at 10: o'clock' lal
night. The fire department (tot there In
time t contiol It and prevent It getting
Iwivond the corner where It started. Mice
ai. accused of the mischief.
SEEKS TO HOLD LOCAL MEN
Makes Poor Hhonlns on tnd, Where
Juris; Merberson "eerl Time.
Tell Iflm to Adhere More
Closely to Case.
With the charming simplicity of a bust-
n.it nn u hi l.all.t n.l tiff KSW S EOOfl
thi... ..,.t -.. ii me! Sutor of I received from several localities asking that
Ca. LaUp. Minn., banker, hotel man, lanfl-1
Failure to fulfill the obligations placed
uiKin him by order of the district court
M' March it last, when a divorce decree
ranted to his wife required the payment of
ju a tnuntn alimony, led to the garnish
Bient yesturday of the wanes of friend
Leonard Hayes, tun employe of the Bluff
City laundry. The order of garnishment
by Uie court showed that Hayes was back
two months In his payments to his former
w ile,, Mut,-gle A. Hayes.
. The young ladies' society nf the St. Fran
cis Catholic church lias decided to hold
the musical and literary part of their pro
gram (or the . i hursday night entertain
ment in the church auditorium instead ar
on the lawn as first planned. Those who
will take part In the musical part of the
program are: J. K, UerKe, Jamea Mul
iieeh, ltorina Hughes, Adrian Schiel, lu
lie M oA lee, P. J. McHrlde. Miss Cherry
Miss toessle HherlocK, Ueorge t'. Hughes
ana itutn Lennox.
The first meeting of the Joint commit
tees of the city council and the Commer
cial club to discuss the relations of tha
city to the street railway company wus
held yesterday. It Is understood that tha
street railway company has decided to
construct a line on North Klghth street.
running out beyond the new roundhouse
and enlarged yards of the NorUiwestern
Hail Wiry company, and probably returning
on Sixth street. Another extension also
said to have been decided upon by the
company la on Kant Pierce street to Wai
nut Hill cemetery.
A motion lor the dismissal of the case
against Ueorge Matheson, Indicted for
snooting Consiable J. C. Baker, eight years
or mvie ago, was argued In the district
court ' yesterday. His attorneys are now
trying to have It dismissed. Matheson's
plea was that the shooting was accidental
and followed the excitement amd fright of
being placud under arrest for burglary of
i av ganoral store at Westone Heveral years
ago Baker began an action against Mathe
son, who was then a minor, for damuges
and the suit was compromised by Maine-
son confessing Judgment for 11,600. This
lias never been paid.
' Tha Board of Health held Its regular
inoiiiniy meeting last night, and after ai
lowing the bills and receiving the report
of the health officer. Dr. Bower, took up
for consideration the petition of residents
on I'.aat liroaaway lor some relief iroi,
tlio sewage that waa being conducted Into
tua creek oy people residing further up the
in ana in tneir victmty. ine boat a
uoted the health officer to notify
ssrs Hammer, Lesley and Konuramche
to construct water tight cesspools within
thirty days and Mr. Kennedy to lmmed
lately repair the pool on his premises. City
engineer jutnyre was instructed to make
plans for a sewer that will relieve the
tuatlun there and Dermlt house conneo
lions to be made with the scores of
ousea recently built In tha locality.
The niouUily police report was compiled
ytsieruay auu uiaue reauy for suunusion
to tile city council at Uie meeting last
evening. The report shows a total of 1M
arrests for the month, of August. As is
usual nearly one-half of these were for
fU'unkeuuess; twsnty-alx. the next largest
jiuuiuer, were lur disturbing the peace, ai-
juoui luvariaoiy a product ol intoxication
twenty-one ware held for- Investigation and
inn teen were tor vagrancy. Uf tne twenty
four other offenses charged nine were for
disorderly conduct and eight for larceny,
' ne remainder included assaults, gamb
ling, violating city ordinances, carry
ing concealed weapons, burglary, on dow
to the end of the long list. The greatest
number of arresta for any one offense was
rive, ana the greater part of the list num
bered ut one for each Infracted law.
. The funeral or William R, Wall, who
dledauddeniy of heart failure at his home
tn-iiiili oounty Uunday afternoon, will be
held today. The first part of the services
win oe neiu ai me residence in me lore
nooiu At their conclusion the body will be
urousui io council ciiuiib lor interment in
thu-soldiers' burial lot In Kalrvlew. He will
be awurdi'd a full military funeral in ac-
' t-wdanee with the ritual of the Union
Veteran legion by the members of local
encampment No. S, of which he had long
bees a member. Dr. Wall was born Feb
ruary g, ISSi, at Knoxville, Tenn. He Joined
the fnion army April 28. lSt',1, as a private
, 4jn Company 1, Klglith Indiana Infantry. He
Vas dlseharscl August St. UHo. as major
of the Ninth Indiana Infantry, after serv
bi fifty-two months. He Joined encamp
ment No. 8, I'nlon Veteran legion, the local
oi gnnixalton, on October IS, 1SS6.
't: .' Todd, who was murderously lia.
saulted on a street car Sunday afternoon
by T. llV Cuiilklns,' an Iron worker, was In
-twn yesterday testifying before the grand
lsiry In relation to the caHe. Caulklns has
Vten iin'ahle to -furnlMh the bond required
wl)l lemaln in Jail Mr. Todd rrankly
the officer that he would be better
atlMIrs) if (hey would let him take Caul-
gtii.i out In the bark yard for about thirty
npliiute Ih.m to see hi in go to the penlten
Vrv. Mr. Todd in a Philippine soldier with
; Fplttti. ll. 1 record and la an all-round ath
lafe After flnlshins; a term of enlistment
lj the 'hlllfiiiliirs he formed a business
nartmn-shlp with Carl Rtirhorne, a former
null known Council Pluffs Jeweler who
wjnt ti Manila with the .Plftv-flrst' Iowa
'1fv! and Iturhorn went Into the
sioek raislnn h jiiness and were together
fjar thre-. vesrs. principally raising carl
IBiii or water hntfaloes. Thev developed a
Meat hetd of the animals and In addition
d e'ev. n p,m 0f niuleK. thlrtv-two Amer
lesin 1-oi-ek. beide a lot of ponies. Five
irtek" l.eforo the fatal sfoek plague broke
t Itiev were offered $fif,.0il0 In rash for
ih'-lr nock. In ylxty davs from that date
nil of the anlmils except two old mules
V -e dead, and thev were required to psv
C nv'eee for the burial of r.,-h rmri.
vVhen it wa all over thee each had an old
iriln and 00 In money. nurhnrn went
ltr the saloon business nnd Tndrt r
armv. He eomnleted his s.-r.
rped to thN roiintrv n rAu.
vnr mo. He Is at preenn treasurer and
hpokkeener of the Piiekl-v Ttros company
t? North Plxteenth street. Omaha.
prepare for an early w.lnter. Do your
ntll rperlng and painting now. Every
thing In up-to-d.ite wall papers and paints
H.H be found st our store In the Masonic
tejtnple. C. Jensen.
Sanitary drinking fountains will be fur
nished the city schools In the near future,
If the opinion of Member Sehoedfack pre
vails. At the meeting last night Mr.
Srhoedsack said communications had been
ow ner and capitalist, detailed on ine w li
nes stand In the federal court yerterday
the thrilling experience when he beoatne a
:.W "mike" for the benefit of the Ma
luay can. Ptitor is one of fourteen Ma-
bray victims who believe they can recover
their louse by civil suits against the First
National bank and its officers and other
Council Bluffs citizens with whom they had.
business transactions In the way of cash
lng drafts, etc.
Sutor's action Is the first to be tried and
It may be the last hut one that will be
tried separately, as Juds Smith McPher
son declared when overruling the motion
to try all the cases In a bunch that he
warted to try one or two to ascertain the
farts, which he understood were practically
Identical In all of them.
A good part of tho day was spent In se
curing the Jury and by tho openlns pleas
of the attorneys. The Jurors are Sam
Salts of Fairfield. W. C. Johnson. Ran
dolph; E. O. Jones. Charlton: W. J. Wil
son, Corning; C. V. Campbell, Atlantic;
W. II. Kmerlne, Cromwell; M. R. Houeh,
Adair; P. M. Cod well, Malvern; John Mat
lack, A. H. Clark. A. W. and C. At But
ler of Council Bluffs. Sutor Is represented
by Attorneys Crawford and Robertson and
the bank by Tlnley A Mitchell, George S.
Wright and C. O. Saunders.
Sutor Admits Knowledge.
Taking of testimony was begun with Su
tor on the stand who detailed with great
expllcltness and remarkable frankness, all
the Incidents leading up to his meeting the
famous "Pittsburg millionaires" In Council
Bluffs In 1908. He created almost a sensa
tion when In response to a question by
his attorney he admitted that the "private
secretary to the millionaires" had told
him he had had a row with them and was
going to win their money In the wonderful
horse race, and that he knew he was
coming to Council Bluffs to bet on a sure
In the cross examination. Lawyer Tlnley
led Sutor very deeply Into the loner char
acter of his negotiations with the steerers
and principals of the Mabray gang and
compelled him to admit that he was fully
acquainted with the purposes to get the
millionaires' " money on a fixed race. In
relation to his transactions with the bank
all of the transactions were those of ordi
nary business methods, and he had
told Cashier Splndler, when he was
negotiating to draw on his own bank at
Cass Lake for 15,000, that he wanted the
money for use In a legitimate deal.
Sutors answers were evasive and often
Inaudible. When asked specific questions
concerning what Cashier Splndler said or
did, he would reply, "Well, didn't Splnd
ler do so-and-so," and frequently became
confused and tried to parry the questions
by humorous remarks. Judge McPherson
finally lost patience and reprimanded Sutor,
telling him tha the federal court was "not
a place to try to be funny," and to answer
the questions. In another instance, when
Sutor rambled far. Judge McPherson
broke out with:
Wltaess "Loses Head."
"Hold on, the witness has lost his head
again. We can't get that In the record."
Letters written by Sutor to his brother-in-law
In Cass Lake, telling of the draft
on the bank for $5,000 and that he did not
have that amount there, but to make It
with notes and mortgages, putting up his
bank stock If necessary, were read and
admitted by Sutor to be genuine, and said
they explained his anxiety to get the money
to bet on a sure thing.
"Didn't you know the whole thing was
a crooked deal?" Inquired Tlnley. "Didn't
you know this 'friend, the private secre
tary,' was to throw down his employer?
Didn't you know that every act of the
deal was a swindle?" and Sutor reluctantly
admitted thtHVe did. "And did you tell
any person In Council Bluffs, at the bank
or elsewhere, that you were engaged In
such a transaction?" to all of which Mr.
Sutor gave a negative, but reluctant
Judge McPherson held the lawyers at
their work until o'clock and adjourned
court with the admonition that the case
must be pushed today.
schools. "A number of schools are already
eqtiipied with them." said Mri Fchoedsark,
"and If one was entitled to them they ail
were," and he m In favor of Installing
them In all the schools as soon as con
venient. The matter was left to the build
ings and grounds committee with authority
to Install fountains In buildings where they
considered It feasible. This does not In
clude the Courtland school In East Omaha,
which does not have the facilities for the
Improvement at this time.
The resignation of Miss Edith R. Parsons,
an Instructor In the Third Street school,
A communication was received from
Truant Officer Horner asking what to do
In the case of Greek boys under the age
of 14 employed in shining parlors. Inas
much as tho law Is clear on such matters,
Mr. Horner will be notified to enforce the
law in cases of boys coming within the
school ago limit
In regard to the request made by resi
dents of Morningslde that their children be
ullowed to continue at the Pierce school In
stead of being transferred to the new Oak
Street school. Superintendent Beveridge
said that an Investigation showed that
those who had signed the petition were
still within the Pierce district, which fact
would easily dispose of the matter.
The teachers' committee reported that out
of tha list of teachers recently elected, Ora
Fulmer, May G. Lewis. Anna Kennedy,
Margaret Laxon and Laura Shlbal had not
accepted the appointments. The following
were elected to fill these and other v
cancles at the salaries stated: Ora Con
verse, 156; Sadie Barrett, SC6; Josephine
Sutton, 150; Margaret Dea, toO; Nora Shea,
(50; Hazel Lewis, $50; Bernlce Elbert, $50
Charlotte Hemminger, $50. Theodosla Hobbs
was selected for the kindergarten position
at the Harrison and Oak schools at $50 and
Rachel Thomas was selected as supervisor
of penmanship and drawing at $8S.
Superintendent Beveridge said the enroll
ment of the city schools Tuesday, Septem
ber 6, was 4,922, or only about 200 less than
at the end of the first month last year.
This would be a decided Increase over the
beginning of school last year. The enroll
ment at the various schools was as fol
lows: Washington Avenue, 666; Twentieth
Avenue, 600; Pierce. 448; Avenue B, 439;
Second Avenue, 403; Eighth Street, 802
Thirty-second Street, 299; Third Street, 2S6;
Madison Avenue, 109; Eighth Avenue, 139;
Avenue E. 151; Courtland, 37; Oak, 96; Har
rlson. 128; high school, 490. The enrollment
of the high school Is In excess of the num
ber at the end of any month In the history
of the school.
I l tpe salonr
A "fll-ded In the i
i i v( e and re'or
.I l KFY'S Pt'RE MALT WHISKY ONLY
I'KR BOTTLE. ROSEN FELD LIQVOR
CO . M9 SOUTH MAIN 8T.
f yo.ir spectacles do not fit properly,
bjlnic them to us We do all sorts of spec
tacle reia.iing. Leffert's.
Two Animals Bite Him in Way to
Indicate Deep-Seated Hatred
for the Officer.
Can dogs reason from effect to cause?
Two Council Bluffs canines attacked the
dog catcher yesterday In a way to Indicate
Dog Catcher Jackson and his assistant,
Q E. Lucas, have been working for several
days In the vicinity of West Pierce street.
Park avenue and South First street lariat
ing untagged dogs. As Lucas came across
South First street, spying out desired dogs,
suddenly a little block dug leaped from a
porch half a block away, shot down the
street and sprang upon the man, seizing
him by the hand that held tho wire noose
and burled his teeth In the flesh. The man
could nut shake him off and the lucked
jaws or tne oruie were only pried apart
when Jackson came to the rescue. The
dog never uttered a sound from beginning
to end. even while he was being dragged
to the dog van.
Lucas started down Pierce street to the
office of the nearest surgeon, and when he
was passing the Park avenue crossing a
sleek white bulldeg repeated the attack.
using precisely the same silent tactics. He
sought, however, to seise Lucas by the
throat, but his teeth slipped from the point
of the man's chin. Inflicting a wound there
and on the side of his neck. The dog in
stantly turnea ana sums away, while a
chorus of applauding yelps with every note
of the canine gamut rang from the dog
Dr. Tubbs dressed Lucas' wounds and
found him to be severely injured.
Men on Trial Are Heads of Factions
Opposlnc Well Known Carroll
Politician News from
(From a Plaff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., Sept. 7. (Special Tele
gram.)-Whether eight Knights of Pythias
who have held the highest office In Ihe
grand lodge of Iowa shall be suspended or
expelled from the order Is being tftrmined
by the grand tribunal at a session being
held at the Savery hotel. All of the of
ficials who are on trial are past grand
chancellers and represent that faction of
the order which Is known to be opposing
Ben I. Salinger of Carroll, the man who
for many years has been a pawer In Pyth
ian affairs In Iowa.
A number of those standing trial now
were virtually placed In the grand chan
cellor's chair by the support of Salinger.
But today he Is appearing against them In
the role of prosecuting attorney.
The trial Is the outgrowth of the bitter
battle waned In Sioux City during the last
grand lodge meeting. Circulars to the ef
fect that Ward Ferguson of Rolfe, who was
then chancellor commander, had appro
priated lodge money to maintain political
headquarters, were distributed. The circu
lars bore the names of nine past grand
chancellors and all but one of these are
Because E. W. Weeks of Guthrie Center
claimed his name was used without his
knowledge or consent, Mr. Ferguson did
not prefer charges against him. Those
against whom he did prefer charges are
E. J. Blake, Marshalltown; W. M. Narvla,
Muscatine; R. B. Huff, Muscatine; John
Cameron, Davenport; Senator F. M. Mois-
berry, Columbus Junction; O. M. Gillette,
Independence; T. S. Waud, Germanla, and
Karl F, Kuehnle, Denlson.
The trial before the grand tribunal over
shadows all else In relation to the grand
lodge meeting which opened this evening,
J. F. Cole of Oelweln will be elected grand
Association for Blind Meets.
The annual convention of the Iowa As
soclatlon for the Blind, opened here today.
There was a welcome by Adelta Hoyt of
this city and response by Mrs. J. B. Jor
dan of Vinton. Letters of greeting were
read from a number of eminent blind per
sons, Including Helen Kellar. Dr. Shlke
of Lincoln, Neb., addressed the convention
Soldiers for Tsnrnsmrnt,
It was announced today that fifteen com
panies of infantry, eight troops of cav
alry, one battery of field artillery, three
machine gun platoons, In addition to the
medical, engineers -rrd -signal corps, will
participate in the United States military
tournament to be held In Des Moines from
September 26 to October 1. There will be
5,000 troops here.
Delay of Week
. v in Repaving
City Engineer Asks Time, Telling
Council He Believes He Can
Save City Money.
At the meting of the city council last
evening the councllmen shied a little at both
of the problems chiefly Interesting Council
Bluffs people the repaving of Broadway
and the renewed consideration of the
water works problem. A good start was
made on the paving of that portion of
Broadway and Main street agreed upon
two weeks ago, one block on Main street
and Broadway between North Second and
the west side of Sixth streets, when the re
quired Improvement resolution was Intro
duced ordering the work done. It met the
approval of all and a motion that It be
passed was about to be voted on when City
Engineer Etnyre asked for another week to
determine how much of the Broadway pav
ing at the Intersection of Fourth street
could be used as a base for the new brick
surface without removing the granite
stones. He said he believed he could save
the city considerable expense If given the
time, and his request was granted.
The request of Alderman Fisher' for an
official opinion concerning the liability of
the city for the payment of the heavy
water bills submitted by the water com
pany for the water consumed in tho school
houses, public buildings, drinking fountains,
parks, etc., which was expected to bring
forward the problem for renewed discus
sion, resulted In a lengthy opinion from
City Solicitor Kimball, After reviewing
all of the city legislation enacted, includ
ing tho original water company charter,
tho city attorney held that the city was
liable for the service rendered, but in the
absence of any ordinance fixing the rate
to be charged It would probably have to
be left to the courts to determine the
amount to be paid. The communication
was silently received and referred.
For the reason that there were no auto
mobiles when, the existing hackmen's or
dinance was passed and no authority for
exacting a license from the dozen or more
autos now engaged In the traffic an
amended ordinance was presented and
passed under suspension of the rules. It
provides for a charge of not more than $A
an hour for the first hour and R cents a
minute for subsequent time as the hire for
first-class autos. The ordinance re-enacts
ail of the provisions of the older one.
Protests against paying assessments for
the paving on Eleventh street were sub
mitted by several property owners, and
were turned over to the consideration of
the committee of the whole.
Prnpetry owners on Eighth avenue be
tween Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth
streets asked for an order requiring the
gas company to lay mains for their accom
modation. Adolf Beno and others sub
mitted plats of proposed Improvements of
the banks of Indian creek between North
Main and Scott streets, proposing to con
struct concrete walls If permitted to
slightly change the course of the stream
and narrow its width from forty-two feel
to twenty-six feet. This was also referred
to the committee of the whole.
Former Resident of Denlson Impris
oned In Bath Hot Room.
DENISON, la.. Sept." 7.-(Speclal.)Wohn
D. Slevcrs, for many ' yttars' 'a resident of
this city, ' but reeerftly ' 'In business at
Omaha, Is here vlolehtty'sick from the re
sults of the negligence' of, an attendant at
Colfax, la. Some two 'weeks ago, his wife
went from Omaha to Colfax fur treatment
for rheumatism. Later Mr. Slevers visited
her, and having a cold decided to take a
Turkish bath. It would appear that the
attendant put him In the bath and went
out locking the door and it is believed left
him for an hour. When the attendant re
turned, Mr. Sleyers was Insane and this
developed so violently that his relatives In
California were summoned In haste.
Two days ago he was brought to Denlson,
to the home of his father-in-law, Mr.
Gronau. His condition Is yet critical.
Mr. Slevers was engaged in banking at
Cheyenne and Is a man of means and
"Middy" Crashed by I.ojr.
CRESTON, la., Sept. 7. (Special.)
Blaine Bloom, the son of S. C. Bloom of
Washington township. In Adair county, was
crushed to death beneath a log, while he
was engaged In hauling logs. Young
Bloom was 26 years of age, and the first
of March had completed a course at the
naval academy at Annapolis. He had just
received his commission, and was Intending
to leave home in a few days to take up
duties in the service.
WANTED THREE BOYS TO CARRY
OMAHA BEE. APPLY 14 SCOTT STREET.
N. Y. Plumbing Co. Tel. 250. Night. L-170S.
Opinions given unasked are received un
Luck la good, but pluck is better and
more to be relied upon.
Results speak louder than the best
Anto Demonstrator will Dir.
CEDAR FALLS, la., Sept. f.-t Special
Telegram.) F. L. Stelnhauser, Waterloo
sales manager and expert demonstrator for
the Cedar Valley Automobile company,
was seriously, probably fatally Injured In
Maiion, Monday, when his heavy Buick
automobile turned turtle. He had Just en
tered the races, when the accident hap
pened. Several bones were broken two or
Persistent Advertising is the Road to Big
By Lydia E. Pinkham's
Do Forest, wis.
"After an opera
tion four years ago
I had pains down
ward in both sides,
backache, and a
weakness. The doc
tor wanted me to
have another opera
ble Compound and
I am entirely cured
of my troubles."
Mrs. ArorsTE Vesperjiann, De For
Another Operation Avoided.
New Orleans, La. "For years I suf.
fored from severe female troubles.
Finally I was confined to my bed and
the doctor said an operation was neces
sary. I pave Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg--etable
Compound a trial nrst, and
was saved from au operation." Mrs.
Lily Feykovx, nil Kerlerec St, New
Thirty years of unparalleled success
confirms the power of Lydia E. IHuk
ham's Vegetable Compound to cure
female diseases. The gTeat volume of
unsolicited testimony constantly pour
ing in proves conclusively that Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is
a remarkable remedy for those dis
tressing feminine ills from which to
many women suffer.
If you want special ad rice about
your ca.se write to Mrs. Mnklium,
at Lynn, Mass. Her advice ia
free, and always helptui
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BANISH THOSEfGRAY HAIRS!
Kill the Dandruff GermsStop Hair Falling
thousand of mothers are looking younger. Thslr gray hairs are gona. ' TheJnaturat
- .... . . a. 1 m.m I l)t7H0af-s.tr4 m
otor ha.9 come back, ana witn K new growui vi ion. hivmbj. iuwihui ii.u. ij.iuoJ
roa look old before your time, when yu can leok year yocr by using "
t i ft i
Dandruff Cored ),
Three applications ?remov4
all tha dandruff and Itft sty
scalp clean, white and smooth.
iWm. Creak, KochMtv& . 1
It la Positively Guaranteed to Restore
Faded and Gray Hah to Natural Color '
If other "so-called" Restorers have failed, don't give up hope, but give'' WYETrTS
SAGE AND SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY a trial. : Yo rem no risk.'. li.U.is. not exactly
as represented, your money wlU ba re landed.
PRO r IT BY OTHERS EXPERIENCE v
Grew Hair on eTDald HendT
Gray Hatr Restored
Kf hair was tettinj otiita gray and falling ent rapidly
and I was troubled with a terrible itchlnf ef the scalp.
My head was fall of dandruff, which fall upon my clothes
and kept me continually brushing It off. While en a
iiit t Rochester I heard of your Sage and Sulphur
for tho hair. I got a bottls and used it. A few appli
cations reliered the Itching, my hair stopped fall
ing out and gradually came back to its natural color. It
is now a nice dark brown color, soft, glossy and pliable.
Sereral of my friends want to uso it, and I want to.
knew what you fill charge me for six bottles of ft
MISS . A. BOSS.
Charon, Herts Co, Fa.
For two or three years ay hair had been
falling out and getting quite thin until tho top
of my head was entirely bald. About four
months ago I commenced using Sage and Sul
phur. The first bottle seemed to do some good
and I kept using it regularly until now I hare
ased four bottles. Tho whole top of my head
is fairly covered and keeps coming in thicker.
I shall keep on using it a while longer, as I
BOtlce a cosstaat unproTement.
awcfcestM, XL T.
50c. and $1.00 a Bottle At all Druggists
B Your Drvgsist Does Not Keep It, Send Vs the Price in Stamps, and We 7C1
Send You a Large Bottle, Express Prepaid
Wyoth Chomlcal Company " S"KrS,."T
-FOK SALE AND KKCOMMUSDtiD BY SHERMAN & McOONNELL DRUG CO. AMI OWL DRUG CO.
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WANTFD vv.. " ' strlMd. Answers to nam. P.t Phoo. Tyl.r
hd Tuesday. ai.Y.7.. J"""" lor Mondsy 0Ka. Reward.'
LOST AND FOUND
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Thursday is Home Day.
Don't forget to look over the list of
bargains in homes offered by Real Estate
Don't fprget them.
Money invested in Omaha real estate will come back to you In a few
years doubled or trebled. It's bound to the way Omaha is growing. Eastern
capital is being invested here in large amounts. The population is steadily
increasing. Dank clearings, seal estate transfers and building permits show
a strong increase over any previous perlo'd. All these things combine to make
realty values increase.
You can buy a piece of real estate now on easy terms, and get the ben
efit of thii increase.
The rial estate columns of Thursday's Bee will bo teeming with bargains,
advertised for sale on easy terms.
I rooms, mod.
4 t:oor rooms;
1. rcot. IU.J0.
I'WIlt s.tl you
it work and
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s. cheD. A.
&LJNQ salesman, pr.f.r .xprt-
old .need eta.r man, acguaint.a witn Nebraska
TOH HALJS A ioil"' i !..,k. m. s:. ...rt.. liu. and llb.ral .xi.ii account
sxablishednaraessnopm inu TKAVfcXINO sairamaa. teathar loods,
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