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BRIEF CITY NEWS
Bars Root Print It.
Oas rut. res Burffess-Orandsn Co.
.Take Tour Frlnttur to th Tliasa.
Ltss: Sty Clsanlnf of garment. Twin
tiiy Dye Works, 10 South Fifteenth.
Dr. W. B. Eistar, Dentist, has offices
st 60i-0J City National Bank Building.
Oppsslicum Hairdrssslns; Fsrlors mova
2Jii.7-S.9-10 City. t. Hank Bldg. Kept. 15.
Wfaaa Yoa ltavs Xluss, wool or fur.
brln -hem to J. 6. Smith St Co. Highest
pi .ccs, honest treatmor. . 1214 Jones St
Sal of Houses Tin ee attached houses
at Nineteenth ami Chicago streets have
been sold by Kutli MeOrew to Anthony
Wilkinson for the sum of $1,50U.
Oarfleld Clrcl to Msst Uarf leld Circle
No. 11, Ltulles of the Urand Army of the
Republic, are to hold an Important meet
"ing at Baright hall Friday evening.
for Wag Karasts, the monthly pay
ment pIhii of the Neb. Havings & Loan
Aas'n offers the ldvul plan for savings.
1UU Itoaid of Trade Building, Omaha.
Court Adjourns Final adjournment t f
tins Douglas county ulstrlct court wax
taken Wednesday evening. The fall term
w.ll open Oclubcr U, the first Monday In
tn the Divorce Court Laura ii. Davis
ban fiKd Bii.t tui iiunice against KlnaldO
(. Davis, l.nhl li. A. Olesen lias b.crt
granted a decile of divorce from Mary
Ulesen. Ella .Sweet has secured a dei-let:
from George few cut.
Voluntary Petition in Bankruptcy Sid
ney Johnson, a local merchant, tiled a
voluntary petition In bankruptcy Thursday
morning in the United States district court.
He give! his liabilities at $1,133.14, consist
ing mostly of unsecured claims, and places
tils assets at $--'3.
Distinguished fcawrtrs Crminf DIs-tlngu..-.ii
u u'.tuiiieys 110111 various pans of
lite country have accepted Invitations to hj
j.iihUit at tlio meeting of the Umaha Baf
association, to be held In Umaha during
11, j ivld-wlnter holtdays this year. Among
tut visitors will be Lynn Helm of Los An
g..iia and L. H. Farrar of New Orleaus.
Presbytery Meets Br Th regulur
ii.Lt'.iiii, 01 the Omaha r-resbytery 01 the
Hesbytel Ian church will be held lit Umaha
Muinlay, September 1-', in the North I'res
bjteilan church. The meetltig was to be
liild at oaccola, but owing to the recent
departure of, the Usceola pastor for a new
(.burgh, the plan of meeting was changed.
Ask for Ms w Toting District lleaidt nti
of Douglas precinct have presented to the
Board of County Commissioner inking a
division of the precinct. They say tiib
precinct Is tod huge for the entire body
ot Voteis to t reunited to vole at ono
polling place. They auk that another poll
ing place be established In the neighbor
hood of Forty-eighth, and y streets.
Involuntary Bankruptcy Proceedings
Involuntary bunkrupuy proceedings were
Instituted Thursday morning tn the United
States District court agaihst Hose Wolff,
William Wolff and Abraham Hnrsberg,
who conduct a mercantile business under
the lirm mime bf Wolff & llenberg.
The petitioners are Abraham Lefcoilrt
CO., Behimut-Uedmond company, and Fish
man & Nathanson, all New ork firms.
The claims ure for goods sold and delivered
and amount to about faMO over and above
. whut has been paid the petitioners.
Btttts Pair Travnl - Heay Lincoln
. slate fair travel Is the heaviest this season
It bus ever bcetn people from all over Ne
br.tsKk atld horthern Kansas flocking there
by the hundreds. The Burlington road re
ports, that It Is using ISO extra coaches to
accomodate the travel, and the Rock Is
land hits been obliged to run several spe-
" t!HV trains'. M'oi-e Oniaha people are attend
ing the. fair tlils year also, than have been
down there during the last few years.
Kvtry train leaving this city Is crowded
to the utrhost, with local people going
down to view the stock and grain exhibits.
10 SAVE UN PLUMBING BILLS
Journeymen Plumbers Plan to Bid on!
Jobs for Thenuelves.
tO HAVE WHOLESALE HOUSE
Will Ask rnnveatloa ( M. rani to
Pinnace a Schema to Place a Rap
pi r House In Omaha, Where
They ftlny liny Direct.
Cheaper plumbing for Omaha builders is
The present war that Is on between the
Journeymen plumbers and the master
plumbers has resulted In a scheme by
which the Journeymen will be able to do
away with the middleman's profit and deal
directly Wltn the consumer In bidding for
The Journeymen of Omaha Intend sending
to the convention of Journeymen at St.
1'aul to be held shortly a delegation which
Wilt ask that body to raise a fund of about
$5,000 to be used in establishing here a
Wholesale s'uj ply house. As It Is now the
men who actually do the work are hired
by the master plumbers, who bid on the
J(.bs and Include In the bids their own
prices for supplies and sundry expenses
of maintaining a shop. When the Journey
men have, their Own wholesale house they
can bid directly for work and can get their
supplies cheaply. The expenses Of maintain
ing a shop will be cut out of the bids they
offer and the consumer will be saved at
least a part of th difference.
The master plumbers are very scornful
In their consideration of the new scheme
and think it can never be carried out. If
It ever does reach any sort of fulfillment
the public in general wil get the benefit,
according to the plumbers.
Substitute for Coin to Give to the
Beggar When He Appeals
The workers of the Associated Charities
hav been very successful recently in rid
ding neighborhoods of tramps by furnishing
housewives with cards to be given out in
lieu of alms. The cards are directed to
the charities office In the city halt and
when a tramp calls to ask for food he Is
given one signed with the housewife's name.
and told to present It to the proper au
thorltles. This relieves the housewife of
responsibility and the trfcmp Is compelled
to stand Investigation if he applies at the
city hall for help. If he Is really In dis
tress he Is aided. If not he Is dismissed and
the professional tramps never show up at
a home a second time, when they know
that the woman bf the house Is Supplied
with cards. The cards can be secured by
application at the Associated Charities
Negro Burgl. r
Mkjof Jtones Has Stolen Clothes On
When He is Taken by De-
Major Jones, the negro who has been
ought. by the police for several burglaries,
tn one of which lit, made a spectacular es
cape, was arrested Thursday morning by
Dettictlvcs Mitchell and Sullivan. Jones
had clothing on him which had been In
the tailor shop on Leavenworth street
which he Is charged with robbing.
Tl'o regio ceino to notice a abort time
ago when he was discovered In the home
ut Mrs. Fullaway; 1016 l'ark avenue, and
when he Jumped front the second-story win
dow to escupe.
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Litt. e tuisi Itippety
iy nature it painfully
But (,'ainfMI t Souf
- Td t?ie t'Pi ol Iter toes
Till fhf dances o
nothlnii can stop
fcook hanging on a con
venient nail is one of
the handiest helps ydu
can have in the house. .
Beside its DO sensi
ble menus it describes
many practical uses
which perhaps you
never thought of for
Y. M. C. A. NIGHT SCHOOL
OPENS MONDAY EVENING
Sixteen Instructors to Be Present and
Make Addressee to Various
The all .opening of the Young Men's
Christian association night school will be
held th the assembly room of the associa
tion Monday evening at 8 o'clock. All the
Instructors, sixteen in number,, will .be
present aud . addresses , will - be ...made by
some of these and all cfosses will b$ or
ganised. The educational committee of the
Voung Men's Christian association will also
be at band. This Includes Chairman J. C
French. Faul W. Kuhns, Dr. J. P. Lord
and Joseph Barker.
' A revised list of Instructor and subjects
is as follows:
' L. r Adaniif,':Juriio$ Aero ciut; aeronaut
W A. Bilndley. public tipeaking-. In-
itiuctor in Liighsu and - public speaking,
C.uncil Blults Hln school.
C. K. Cainblln, architectural and mechnn
leal drawlnn; head draftsman for Hen
nlnirer. architect. - '. ''
L. L. Hartley, bookkeeping, penmanship,
Spelling; teacher Omaha commercial col
L.ee G. Krats, vocal Music; Instructor In
l,'. G. McDonald, commercial 'law; attor
E.' E. McMillan, arithmetic; Instructor in
mathematics umana Hign scnooi.
Dr. E. T. Manning, first aid to the in
Jtired; physician. ...
W. I). Morton. Kncllsh, bus'hess corre
tpondence; With Cildahy Packing company,
V. rl. INlcnoi, Tensilon 101 cuiuiiiH kiui-
leans; with Ctidahy racking company., ,
A. G. Handall, algebra, physics, chemls
try; 'chemistry; chemlBt Vnlon Pacific.
Albert ftothery, druwlng and painting
Julius F, Sch wan, German; pastor Ger
Chnrles T. Walker, show card writing;
advertising manager Klng-Swanson com
pany, Guy Ziegler, electricity for Juniors; with
OmHtm & Council Bluffs Street Railway
A. R. Nlrhnls, boys school; superinten
dent manual training South Omaha schools.
Others to be selected.
INTEREST IN BURKETT
MEETING HERE SATURDAY
toionel T. W. Mctmtouah WIH Pre
alde nctestntlons from the
Large delegations from South Omaha,
Florence and Benson will attend. the meet
ing at Washington hall Saturday night and
hear tjle addreas by United States Senator
Llmer J. Burnett.
The committee In charge of the meeting
has assurance from every side of a larsa
attendance at the meeting, which will be
the opening ttuit of the republican fall cam
paign In Nebraska. One thousand personal
Invitations have been mailed with respect
to the meeting, at which it Is announced
Colonel T. W. McCullougn will preside.
Senator lluikett Is to discuss the tariff.
Music will be provided dmlng the evening.
The meetltig will besin at 8 o'clock.
It tells of more than a dozer .
tempting vtays to preuart
Ctmubell'sToinato Sottp alone.
All this information smooths
out the tiaily-meals problem
wonderfully; and makes this
little booklet a valuable assist
ant. Yet it costs you nothing.
Just write us for it. Attc'
lianf? U where it will do th
21 kinds 10c a c&n
us add hot waft' ,
bring to a Soil,
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to the Utmost
Many Youngsters Who Cannot Speak
English Hare Entered Tbii
Kindergsrten teachers are. tiavlng their
roubles during these first days of school
to know what to do with their extra
pupils. At Lothrop ninety-two children
entered the kindergarten to be cared for
by one teacher and an assistant, and at
Kellom there are 101.
Some of the teachers mads anxious In
quiries at the office of the superintendent
to know if they would be censured for
seating two children In seat, and the
only alternative they knew for that was
to seat some of them upon the floor.
The schools where there are foreign
children have the most trouble and the
foreign born mother Is a difficult per
son to deal with. One came into the of
fice of the superintendent accompanied
by a boy of about 1! years of age, and
wnen she was asked what was wanted
her message had to be explained by her
son as an Interpreter. Tile person In
question was a wee girl, who was com
pletely hidden behind the counter, and
the mother did not want her to no to the
school to which she had been assigned.
It was found that neither the little girl
nor her mother could talk English jid
that the boy. In fact, was Interpreter for
the whole family. The little girl, how
ever, was expected to go into a school
with native born children and learn her
kindergarten work and the English lan
guage at the same time.
The high school is getting a number of
Koreans and Japanese students tnls year,
many of whom have very little founda
tion In Kngllsh. They are Well educated
In their own language and would make
progress fast enough If they knew what
Is expected of them. With their Imperfect
speech they are a sore trial to the fac
BIG LEAD FOR LA FOLLEITE
Water Board Votes
to Issue Bonds
Takes Formal Step Authorizing1 Sale
tf Paper Amounting to Six
and One -Half Millions.
The Issuance of city bonus to the amount
of JS.S00.000 for the purchase of the water
Works was formally authorized by the
Water board Wednesday night. An order
submitted by the board's attorney, John L.
Webster, was passed and the chairman of
the board, M. T. Barlow, was authorized to
advertise Immediately for the sale of the
bonds. They will be Issued each for the
Sum of 11.00), bearing interest at t per cent.
payable semi-annually at the bank of
Kountte Bros, in New York City, and will
run for thirty years.
This is the final action of the board to
ward raising the money for buying the
water plant and an effort will be made to
raise the money Immediately. The board
adjourned to meet September 14.
Late Estimates Fifrnre His Majority
at Fifty Thousand.
HIRTY THOUSAND FOR T0WNSEND
epahllrans OppAird to Initiative aad
Referendam Will Control Constl-
tatlonal Convention In Nm
MlLWAtKKB. Wis.. Sept. S.-Th re
turns from Tuesday's primaries are coming
n so slowly from the remote districts that
it now appears It will be nearly the end
of the week, before It will be possible posi
tively to determine the extent of the pro-
resslve republican victory.
Returns from forty out of seventy-one
Counties gave United States Senator La
Follette an approximate majority of EO.00U
votes. McGovern, anti-county opl'on, and
La Follette, republican,' loud Kalrchlld,
regular republican, by l'J.600 with Lewis, the
county option candidate, running a poor
ASHLAND, Wis., Sept. S.-By a vote
larger than Ihe combined votes of her two
mule opponents, Neille M. Archibald, a
widow scppoi tltig several small children,
was nominated at the primaries for treas
urer of Ashland county. Her nomination
la equivalent to an election.
Complete Vermont ft an res.
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION, Vt, Sept. S.
Complete returns for the election ot gov
ernor In the K7& election districts give: Mead
rep.), S6.3U6; Watson (dem.), 17,220. Mead s
plurality, 17.S88. In 1908 I'routy's plurality
SANTA FE, N. M., Sept S. Complete re
turns received by the republican central
committee give the republicans sixty-eight
and the democrats thirty-two delegates to
the constitutional convention. Of the sixty-
eight republican, ; fifty-nine are against
the initiative and referendum. The total
majorities for the ' republican candidates
Vive Million Tarn.
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Kept. 8.-Only two
negative votes were registered against the
constitutional amendment adopted by the
state senate today, providing for the sub
mission to the Voters of the state of a
proposal to levy a special tax of I5.000.0UO
to finance the Panama-I'aciftc exposition In
San Francisco in 1SH6.
The amendment permitting the city of
8an Francisco to alter Its charter to Incur
bonded Indebtedness of 16,000,000 for the
same purpose was adopted with a single
Flourishing Revolver, Bandit Intimi
dates Proprietor and Robs Reg
ister of Sixteen Dollars. '
Flourishing a revolver, a negro held up
the Metropolitan restaurant at 1514 Capitol
avenue and got $16 from the cash register
about 4 o'clock Wednesday morning. The
bandit first came Into the establishment
about 11 o'clock and bought a meal. He
returned when the place was almost empty
MEMBERSHIP CAMPAIGN IS ON
First Day at the Y.'M. C. A. See
Some flood Results, With Twenty.
One Sm Members.
The membership campaign started by the
Boosters' club of the Omaha Young Men's
Christian association has opened with
rush. Twenty-one new members were
brought in the first day. With forty-five
days In which to add GOO members to the
association the first day's result is far
above the nenessary average. The first
new member was brought in by Henry
Qerlng. At the banquet Tuesday night Mr,
Gerlng told how It should be dons and he
Started In Wednesday and Showed how It
could be done.
OTIS MEETS WITH HIS AGENTS
Dealer la Sooth Dakota Farms Holds
Session la Omaha for Fall
George W. Otis, president of the Otis
Land company of Blunt, 3. D., is meeting
Kith his representatives In Omaha this
week. Mr. Otis has about sixty agents
scattered over Nebraska and Iowa, en
gaged in selling western land, and he wired
them all to meet him In Omaha to arrange
fur the fall campaign of selling farms.
"The land business has been a little slack
during the Isst few months, but there Is
still a great demand and we look for it to
pick up this tall," bald Mr. Otis. "In some
parts of the country It nas a little dry
during July and part of August, but the
recent rains have atoned for all that and
the wit-t 1 3 now looking, fine."
W. A. C. JOHNSON TO MARRY
Banker Who W'as Shot IS Recovered
and Will End Long Uaaaife
William A. C. Johnson, the South Omaha
banker, who was shot by a highwayman
a month ago, will marry Miss Alice Mc
Cormick at 7 o'clock Friday morning. Mr,
Johnson has fully recovered from the
wound he received, and the arrival of
Miss McCormick from a long trip In Europe
makes possible the culmination of their
engagement, which had been of long stand
Rev. Father McGovern will perforin the
ceremony. It Is not known what the plan
of the young couple are.
Mens Fall Soft Ha
Mrs. A. C. Zehner Espouses Cause of
County Option in Talk at
Y. M. C. A.
County option Is the cause which Mis.
A. C. Zehner of Pallas. Tex., national lec
turer of the Woman's Christian Temper
ance union, is espousing valiantly In Omaha
Just now. th her opening talk at the Young
Women's Christian association Wednesday
afternoon, the lecture who Is truly South
ern In her gift of Imparting enthusiasm,
made her appeal hyTTn the voters, but to
the women, asking. jtUenv to get In line In
the great battle , which (s to be waged
against the liquor traffic, to. "put on the
little white, bow" otid stand out defiantly
for the cause. . ;
'Sympathizers," she said, .-'never make
history. The heroes add the heroines are
the people who are willing to act for their
convictions, not merely stand by and mildly
approve the doings of others."
In encouragement to the women in their
side line fight, as It were. Mrs. Zehner told
of other campaigns, successfully carried on
In this w-ay. "In a Texas 'town, for in
stance," she said, "we women had a big
procession, 4,000 women In line. As we went
by, one of the saloon men Bald, 'Only
women, not a voter among them." But we
stood In line all day and when night came.
with It, came the word that Amarlllo had
In the evening Mrs. Zehner spoke at a
union meeting held at the Benson Presby
teiian church. She told of the workings
of county option In other localities.
Thursday evening she will speak at the
Dundee Presbyterian church, and Friday
at the First Presbyterian church.
The meetings are In charge of the Omaha
union, and Mrs. I. S. Leavltt, their presl
dent. Introduced Mrs. Zehner.
CAMPAIGN ON HOG THIEVES
it and Chicken Stealing So Prev
aleat County Commissioners
Hog and chicken stealing has reached
such a stage In Douglas county that the
Board of County Commissioners has taken
steps to put a stop to It. A resolution
h:.s been passed declaring that a reward
of J will be paid by the county for in
formation leading to the arrest and con
viction of persons who have been engaged
in such practice During the last few
eeks numerous complaints have come In
to tiie office of the county sheriff that
hogs and chickens have been stolen from
farmers in the county.
TAFT "ACCEPTS RESIGNATION
Captain Raymond H. Fenner Leaves
Arm) December 1 Other Orders
Issned from ! Headquarter.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. Kept. 8. (Special Tele
gram.) Army orders issued today follow
First Lieutenant Charles T. Leeds, corps of
engineers, will, when able to travel, pro
ceed to Fort 3nyard, N. M., and report to
the commanding officer of the general hos
pltal for treatment. The president has ac
cepted the resignation of Captain Raymond
H. Fenner, coast artillery, to take effec
December 1. Captain Alfred K. Kennlngton
Seventh cavalry, Is detailed as a member ot
the examining board at Fort Riley, Kan.
during the absence of Captain Nathan K
Averlll, Seventh cavalry. Captain William
K. Naylor, Ninth Infantry, Is relieved from
treatment at Walter Reed federal hospital
and will return to his station. Leaves o
absence were granted Captain Raymond H
Fenner, coast artillery corps, from Septem
ber to December 1, and First Lleutcnan
William II. Clopten, Jr., Thirteenth cavalry,
Ctuup la most pinalent during the dry
cold weather of the early winter months.
Parents of young children should be pie
pared for it. All that Is needed Is a bottle
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Many
mothers are never without It In their homes
and It has nsver disappointed them. Sold
by all dealers.
The Key to the Situation-Bee Want Ads.
AWAIT RETURN OF BISHOP
Several Sw Asalanuients Are to Be
Made When HUhon Sraanell
Right Rev. Richard Scauhel! and Rev.
D. W. Morlarty of Omaha, who are In at
tendance at the Euchartstlc congress In
Montreal, are expected home the middle or
end ot next week. I'pon Bishop Scannell's
return several assignments of priests to
parishes will be made.
Rev. John Gleesen. a Voung priest re
cently ordained at All Hallows college,
Dublin. Ireland, has arrived In Omaha and
ts awaiting orders here.
A Life Problem salved
by that great health tonic, Electric Bitters,
U the enrichment of poor, thin blood and
str iitAenlng the weak. Wc. Fpr t.'a v
Utatou Drug Co.
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That's the whole story sumnud up tn one word "Heirty."
The biggest noft hat season ever is right RhraU ot us and we're
ahead with the hats. I-ast year's hat can't maso,uerade a "new one"
this fall. Wider brims with ertse nnd brand new Idoas In color effects
Individualize these new heart comforters. Mlx-d colors aro in the lead,
especially granite mixture", pearl mixtuns, marble mixtures and nut bro'n
mixtures also tan mixtures.
"John B. Stetson's" $12.00 down to $3.50
"Rutland" brand ....$3.00
"Lawton" make $2.00
"Asbury" make S2.50
"Nebraska Special" .$1.50
4 f f i
See the New Fa i Hiocks
in Our 15th Street
The House of
., ssMiiaiiss.a-Siia-J JtM JiaBMaitBM mWMMl.i
Corn Four Points
Better Than This
Time Last Year
Condition of Crop is Eight Points
Above Ten-Year Average Springy
Wheat Tar Below Average.
WASHINOTON, Sept. 8.-The September
crop report of the Department of Agri
culture showing the average condition of
various crops as compiled by the crop re
porting board, says the average condition
of corn on September 1 was 78. i, compared
with 79.3 last month, "4.6 a year ago and
70.5, the ten-year average.
Spring wheat when harvested Was 68. 1,
compared with 61 last month, h8.6 a year
ago and 78, the ten-year average.
Barley when harvested was 09.8. com
pared With 70 last month, 80.6 a -year ago
and 83.1, the ten-year average.
Oats when harvested was 83.3, compared
with 81.6 last month, 83.6 a year ago and
79.5, the ten-year average.
The preliminary estimate of the yield
per acre of hay Is 1.34 tons, as compared
with 1.42 as finally estimated In 1909 and
1.44, the ten-year average. The total pro
duction of 60,116,000 tons is thus Indicated,
as compared with 64,938,000 tons finally es
timated In 1900. The average Quality is
92.5, against 93 last year.
The average condition of tobacco on Sep
tember 1 was 77.7, against 78.5 last month,
80.2 a year ago and 82.3, the ten-year average.
LIGHT MARKETING OF HOGS
Supply at Packing- Centers Shows
Very Little Change br Recent
CINCINNATI, O., Sept. 8. -(Special Tel
gram.) Price Current says: There Is a con
tinuance of light marketing of hogs, the
supply not showing much change In recent
offerings. Total western slaughtering
326.008 hogs, compared with 330.000 the pre
ceding week And 346,000 two weeks ago.
For the corresponding time last year, the
number was 300,000 and two years ago
405,000.- From March 1, the total is 10,685,0(10
against 12,100,000 a year ago,, a decrease of
1,675,000 hogs. There Is some decline In aver
age quality of hogs, marketed. Prominent
places compare as follows:
March 1 to. September 1, ; 1910. 1909.
South Omaha ......
Cedar Hapids, la.
Sioux City, la, ....
St. Paul, Minn. ..
PHYSICIANS HONOR DR. WOOD
Senate of Seniors of American Homeo
pathic Institute Sends Him a
Dr. O. S. Wood, who some time ago was
elected honorary president of the American
Institute ot Homeopaphy at Its annual
meeting held at Pasadena this year, has
received further testimony of the esteem
In which he Is held by the physicians of
the order. The senate of seniors, of which
Dr. Wood has been chairman for the last
seven years, has sent him a handsome gold
headed, rosewood cane, as an added token
of their esteem.
A Reliable Medicine ot a Narcotic
Mrs. F. Marti, St. Joe, Mlcli., Says
Foley's Honey and Tar saved her little
boy's life. She writes: "Our little boy
contracted a severe bronichal trouble
and, as the doctor's medicine did - hot
cure him, I gave him Foley's Honey and
Tar in which I have great faith. I
cured the cough as well as the choking
and gagging spells, and he. got well In a
short time. Foley's Honey and Tar has
many tmes saved us iiucti trouble and
we are ever wthout 1. In the house." Sold
by all druggists.
BLIND BOONE IS SOON COMING
Noted Piano Player is to Appear on
M on riii y KveutnK at the
Blind, Boone, the noted pianist, who Is
known from one end of the country to the
other, will appear In Omaha with his con
cert company Monday evenlns-. under the
auspices of the Christian Eudeavrr society
of the Kountzc M-?:notial Kvangelical
l-utheran chuich. The entertainment will
be held at the Lyric theaie;-.
The Eating Proves
hat a difference it would make in your cooking to use
the healthful Rumford Baking Powder. Its raising
action is certain and uniform. It makes food light,
digestible and of fine texture
How Delicious arc Gems
and Cakes Made With
this most wholesome of powdern! Pure with no alum.
Most effective, it is most economical costs 25 cents a
pound. There is never a failure and no waste with
The Best of the High-grade Powders
Not merely a light cigar but mild, too
mild all through. The same gentle flavor
the same delightful quality in the filler
as welT as the wrapper.
Made of tobacco mild by nature', not
' harvested green, and harsh, for the sake
of color, tyut ripened in the fields and cured
in the warehouse before it reaches the
There isn't a sore throat, or a heart-start
in a lifetime's supply.
Is half the size and half the price. 'Leal
and labor alike. Simply reduced in length
and cost to give you a really good ana a
really mild smoke for a nickel.
The Robert Burns when you've plenty
of leisure, and Little Bobbie when youi
time is limited. The same stores sell both,
GEORGE M. CONWAY, Distributor Sioua City, Cedar Rapids, Lined
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