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TO QUIZ INFANTRY OFFICERS
Elimination! for Promotion Held at
. Fort Crook Monday.
FWO KUUDBXD MOEE NXEEED
Ordere . Issae ay freeldeat Make
Haass far p.arae Hmkrr f ('
lillMtl Mrs la the Mil
Infantry "officer below and Including
Ike rank af captain who arc In Una for
promotion will be examined for their fit
aeas beginning Monday at Fort Crook.
Tha examination will be held In compli
ance' with recent orders Issued by tha
president making room for mora than t"Q
officera In tbe United Ptates armv. Tha
examining" board, of which Colonel William
W. Oray la elialrman. iMtmbliil at Fort
C'raok Saturday, spending the day In ar
ranging preliminary matters for the ex
aminations. Tha complete fit of officera
to be examined l announced aa follow:
Captains Edward R. Chrlnman. Fix
teentn; William T. Wilder, infantry pav
master; Paul A. Wolf, Fourth; Truman D.
First, Llutanant-J. DeCamp. Fourth;
ftougfas Pott. Eighteenth; Jennings B
Wilson, Elgbth; Charlea II. Krrtnglon,
Second Lieutenants Arthur - W. Lane,
Fourth; John P. Bubb, Fourth.
At tba same time Infantry, cavalry and
field artillery officers of tha department
of tha Missouri will, be examined at other
poets. There will be boards to examine
field artillery and cavalry officer at Fort
Riley, and cavalry officera will also be
examined at Fort Ue Moines. Infantry
officer will be axamtned .both at Fort
Crook and Fort D. A. Russell.
Widow Ends Her Grief
'.With Dose of Poison
Mrs. ftebecc Oilmore Take Carbdlic
Acid Because of tha Death of
" Her Hatband.
A drink of earbollo acid ended tha wor
ries 6t Mr. Rebecca Oilmore, 60 year old.
at bar borne. 17 North Thirtieth street, at
a o'clock Saturday morning.
Mrs.' Oilmore was found jead by her bed.
Sh has been despondent over the death
of her husband, who died several months
ago. Mr., Oilmore waa division superin
tendent of the. Missouri Pacific.
Hen home Js In- New Tork. An Inquest
will be held by Coroner Willis Crosby,
JUNIOR AERO CLUB MODEL
v " MEET FOR NEXT MONTH
Talr Cftateet la Kx peeled Brla
Oat a Larr If anaer af
' ' ' Retries.'
Tha third model contest of the Junior
Aero dub will be held Saturday afternoon,
April H NoUc la given this early that all
boys -who wish to enter this contest will
have time to ftet th model ready. Tha
large silver loving cup which haa been
offered; by tha Aero Club of Nebraska,
ha been .won twice in succession by Hugo
Heyn, and will ba his permanently If be
wins tha next time.
Entries to thla contest will be free to all
young man Up to II yeara of age. Rule
governing tha contest will be aent to any
on who w lilies to know' about them. The
meet - will - probably ' be held In- the - big
balloon "bins' at 'Fort Omaha. Those Inter
ested in the contest should communicate
with .J. W. Miller,- educational secretary
f tha.Yo'wag Men'a Christian association. .
SOME REAL OLD FIDDLERS
HAVE ENTERED THE CONTEST
Oldest ta Eater Is rmmtr-1trtm
Yeara Old freae Oat
. af Toa.
Several entries have already been made
In tha Fiddler' contest to be held at th
Young Men'a Chlrstiao association Friday
evening. That it is attracting widespread
interest is Indicated by tha fact that some
entries are being made, from out of town.
The oldest entry tip to tha present Is 7T
yeara of age. tha youngest U. There should
ba front twenty to twenty-five entries to
thla Beet aa It promises to be one of the
finest entertainments conducted at tha
Toung. Men'a Christian' association during
,. TO GO THROUGH OMAHA
faeat Vea Malta Will Ba Hera for
raw Mlaate laeday
Count Von Moltke, ambassador from.
Denmark to the United 8tataa. will ba In
Omaha a few minutes Sunday morning,
pasting through here on his way to an
Francisco from Washington' ' It la not
known here what la Count Von Moltke's
mission on the Pacific coast.
BENSON TO HAVE NEW PARK
eaotlfal aix-Aer Tract a Be De
mated t Oaaaaa' Xertajeoat-
, Th Mornlngslde Land company ha
mad a written agreement to deed to the
ctly of Benson, free of cost, a solid block In
Its addition south of Benson called Mornlng
slde. The Benson Commercial club and busi
ness men, together with the major portion
of Season's representative cttlseos, are
busy bring Influences to bear upon the
etrset railway company to extend its line
a few blocks south to the park.
Tha candidates on both tha republican and
democratic -ticketa heartily endorse the ac
ceptance af thla generoua affer and pledge
themaalvaa to snake every effort In 4 heir
power to obtain street car extenaloa to tha
Tha tract Intended for thla park lies high
and sightly, bounded" by four open streets
aad la graced by natural beauty. Including
some of the finest shade trees in Douglas
Two members of the city council have
been absent from th city for tha last
three weeks, -together with the mayor;
consequently no official action has been
taken by that body on tha park question,
but It will ba taken up at an early data
BONFIRE WRECKS AN ENGINE
WaaJtaaea flee Ulva War tsetr a
Tralm ftrsalt af lalldrea'a
' Play Blase,
A bonfire built by children at play near
La ri more avenue, crept into the rail
road yards and caused the wreck of a
Northwestern switch engine Saturday
The flames were communicated 'a th
tlea by burning graaa Ignited by tbe bon
fire. Th tlea were In weakened condition
after the flamca had baea extinguished
by the fire departmnt. A switch engine
ran onto the damaged aiding a few nitnutea
later. No one was Injured.
Tba Key ta th Situation Bee Want Ads.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
ara aveet Prist it,
Syea Tasted Free Ryan Jewelry Co.
aa. Wee trie rurtmrea, Bargees-real.
ba Bankers MfUrs and teas Asseoi-
tlon hss moved te Its new auartera ia
the Douglaa Blk.. Itih and Dodge, en I
ready ta make loan to bom builder
Ben rraakUa aaldt "Sow little rasp
little. ' A savings account la tha Neo
(Savings at Loan Ass n. will help you save
your esrnlnse. Mi l-'anmin D. of 1. Bid
Divorce Created The following were
granted divorcee In district court Friday:
Alhln Oloser from Anna Uloeer, Electa
Kemey from Charlee B. Kerney, Em ly Mc
Cready from T. R. McCready.
Aram meats in Brdasaa see Arguments
In the hearing of a motion for a new trial
In the Krdmsn case were begun before
Judge Eatelle Saturday by John O. Yeler
and Charles E. Foster, attorneys for Frank
Look for Slater Mies Sarah Sterling
jf Oil City. Pa., want to know the where
abouta of ber sinter, Ida, whom she hss
not heard from In ten years. Chief of
Police Donahue received a letter from Mlse
Sterling Saturday morning requesting that
he use bis efforts to locate the missing
pragne Street Breperiy Owner Meet
All owner of property abutting Sprague
street, between Florence boulevard and
Thirtieth street, sre requested to be pres
ent at a meeting to be held at 1:30 o'clock,
Monday night at Nichol s barber shop, cor
ner 24th and Sprague streets.
Verdict for Bog Bit A verdict of $5
damages In favor of Jena P. Thomsen and
against J. R. Segear waa returned by a
jury In Judge Iledlck'a court Saturday
morning. Thomsen waa aulng Segear for
t,000 for injuries he received when two
dogs belonging to the latter, attacked him
three years ago and badly lacerated the
calves of his lea. Both partlea to the
suit were from South Omaha.
Children Oat a Kerne Lilly and George
Carroll, tha and 8-year-old stepchildren
of Frank York, th man who o brutally
murdered his wife with a butcher knife
and afterward committed suicide last win
ter, werd glren Into tha custody of their
uncle, Walter Carroll, 31 North Four
teenth street, yeeterday by Judge Kennedy
of the Juvenile court. Tha chUdren have
been In the car of Miss Mage at the
City Mission sine the time of the tragedy.
Western Vnioa Officials Kara J. ' O.
Nelson,, general . superintendent- of the
Mountain division of tha Western Union
Telegraph company, with headquarter at
Denver.iVola.,' together with 8. JE. Leonard,
division commercial superintendent; R. W.
Whlthead.' division plant superintendent,
and B. L. Brook, division traffic superin
tendent. aH of Denver, are In tha city in
the Interest of tha different branches of
the company's aervlca. Mr. Kelson Is ac
companied by Mrs. Nslson and Master
Robert. Nelson, who ara visiting relatives
Dead Man Identified
as an Omaha Murderer
Body of "J. Eeed," Fdund ia Burling
ton Hotel, ia Found to Be That
After literally talking himself out of tha
Nebraska- state- penitentiary, John Reed,
art Omaha murdered, ' committed ' suicide
at Burfngton, la.
The identity4 of Retd wa determined by
th pohce ' Saturday fnortiftig- 1
One week ago an-'unidentified 'J. leed"
commtKjlfculet at . Burlington. A
thorougl . search , faveeJednOthlnf o( his
IdehtltyHirtfi bundreds -of letters concern
ing mttgnffRadd' Fare-received by tha
Burllng'ton aulhorttles. , .. 1 , .- .k
John Read, sentenced . to lf imprison
ment Jtot- the slaying, of Olenna linea, a
woman ha tried to reform In vain, waa
pardoned from the state prison In Febru
ary, simply because he mad himself a
nuisance to talking his caa to every
penitentiary official and visitor. Ha had
been in prison less than ten year.
' Heed came to Omaha, where ha was em
ployed at tha McKeen motor works. Me
roomed at 181! Capitol avenue, Omaha.
H reached Burlington March IS. Three
daya later he waa fouiyl dead In his room
at a hotel there.
OMAHA PRESBYTERY TO MEET
Sesslaa la Called for Maaday at Flrat
rresbrterlaa rktrek by Mad
A meeting of the Presbytery of Omaha
will be held at th First pretbyterlan
church Monday morning at 10 o'clock on
tha call of J. C. Wilson, moderator.
The purposes of the meeting as an
The request of Rev. August Hllkeman
for a dismission from this Presbytery and
a recommendation to the Presbytery of
To appoint a moderator for the session of
th Fort Calhoun church and to grant tha
said aeealon permission to supply the
Ths requeet of Rev. James B. Currena for
a dismission from this Presbytery and a
recommendation to tha Presbytery of Box
For the consideration and transaction of
business pertaining to the affaire under the
supervision of the Home Mtsxlon commit
tee. For the consideration of tha missionary
budget and for such business as the execu
tive commission may have to present.
THOMAS SWIFT IS A SICK MAN
Plaaeer Cltlaea I Caaflaed ta Hla
Haaae with Sarlaae Caaa
Thomas Swift, one of the earliest p!o
neera of Omaha. Ilea critically 111 at hla
home, 40 North Fifteenth atreet. Drs.
Dwyer and Oilmore, attending physicians,
reported aa Improvement In hla condition
Saturday morning, but are fearful that
his age. 7 years, endangers his recoverv.
About two weeke ago Mr. Swift com
plained of what appeared to b a cold. The
Indisposition vanished In a few days, and
he was around as usual. On Thuraday of
last week he was suddenly stricken with
the grippe. This brought about other com-pll.-atlone.
which Caused the patient in
tense suffering for a week past
PRINTER IS KILLED BY GAS
Frad Beahlar Faaa Dead la Han aa
Military A Caraaer Takee
barge af Case.
Fred Buehler. U ers old. printer, was
round dead in hla bed at S121 Mil tary ave
nue, at 11B) o'clock Saturday morning. An
open gas Jet had filled the room with dead
uuenier came to Omaha recently. Ha
had lived on Military avenue but three
weeks. His divorced wife lives in Illinois.
A aistsr Uvea la the south part of Omaha,
and other relatives are living In Illinois.
Buehler had apparently been dead about
three days. Ths body waa taken in
charge by Willie C. Crosby, coroner.
A Toa af Geld
could buy nothing better for female weak
nesses, lama ba k and kidney trouble than
Electric Bitters, toe. For aale by Beatop
UKEIWpilIO A LATH
Bales Make Her That Harrow, Sayi a
HOW TO VITALIZE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Necessity Kalsle ta laealr Teaeber ta
A red af Caaiaaaaltr aad Pa
treat Maet Da Their Part
"The public school teacher today la as
thin ss a lath," exclaimed Prof. Chatburn
of the I'nlversity of Nebraska before the
assembled Schoolmasters' club.
"The tescher Is that narrow, and made
so by the rules she Is required to observe.
How oan w vitalise the publlo schools
when the teachers are to narrow? I know
a schoolboy. 14 years old, wrio, giving an
answer requiring the plural of pounds,
wrote 'lbs.' In several t-ares, and the
teacher marked him down per cent In
each rase. 1 have aeen tests In geography
where the children are degraded because
they cannot spell Popocatapetl or Hima
layas or some other outlandish name. Our
school teachers ar doing nothing but pre
pare their pupils to psss examinations. We
must get out of this narrow rut, and give
the children room to spread and grow."
This was part of the main discussion
of the - main paper by County Superin
tendent Toder, who took as his subject
"Vltallxlng the Public School" at the
fifty-first meeting of the Nebraska School
master' club, bald last night at th
Omaha club with about forty members
from all over the state present.
rrof. G. W. A. Luckey. who occupies tha
chair, of education at the University of
Nebraska, led off In the discussion.
W. M. Davidson, superintendent 6f the
Omaha schools, was the host at tha dinner
which preceded tha meeting.
Raral school' Needs.
W. A. Yoder took up his subject of the
vltallxa'tlon of the public school In a broad
and comprehensive way, centering, how
ever, most of hi discussion upon ths coun
"Th unit of rural achool organisation,''
aald Mr. Yoder, are: "Tha community sys
tem, the School district plan, tha township
tchem and county organisation.
"Nebraska adopted th school district
organisation, and under this plan tha
county superintendent Is Interested In and
has something to do In Douglas county
with several classes of schools with
a total ... of 123 teachera. Fifty-eight
of these teachera, or 45 per cent are
teaching in one and two-room rural schools.
Lack of Inspection and supervision waa
one of tha reasons assigned by the speaker
for the Inferiority of the rural achool when
compared with the city achool.
"Because of the lack of Inspection," ha
said, "tha young country teacher neflects
certain, classes of pupils or adopts faulty
method's in dealing with them; tha ar
ranges her dally program badly; she lacks
concentration of thought and effort upon
the task at hand, which accounts In part
for thla same lack among her pupils, or
perhapa adopt a klddlah method ' which
disgusts th older pupils; she Insists that
pupils do and keep doing when they do
not understand, or she follows tha plan of
doing tha work for them, assuming that
they understand it because she has dona
It ao well." .
- Sagatesta Rmdla. .
As soma of tha remedies (or thla lack of
inspection .Improved publlo road. Improved
ratiroaa ana - motor laoiuuee, reasonable
traveling -expenses allowed to .the county
superintendent, and non-partisan appoint
ment or, election to office Of the superin
tendent, were mentioned." - ;
'Edutatfon ahould tend toViake the in
dividual lets dependent, -but th present
education often makes him mora depend
ant." was , tha statement mad by Mr.
Luckey In hla discussion of tha paper.-
To vltallx our' public : schools," ' Mr.
Luckey aald, "wa ahould first Inspire th
teachera add bring them Into touch with
community Interests. In tha second place
w should attempt to awaken tha ' com
munity. And again we ahould Increase
the life of the child by making his educa
tion natural and in harmony with hla
needs and environment. "-
Pabllelty as a Vltallsar.
Answering repeated can Victor Rose-
water of Th Bee, who Waa one of the
guests, commented facetiously on tha re
mark of th prevlou speakers. As editor
of a newspaper ha suggested that In place
of tha proposed Interchange of county su
perintendents and rural principals with
city superintendents and city principals.
perhaps tha thing needed to vitalise tha
schools was an Interchange of schoolmen
and edltoru, who might possibly fill one
another's placea to mutual advantage and
benefit to tha publlo. Ha spoke of the
vitalising force of constant publicity over
those Conducting th acboola with example
Of abuse stopped or prevented by news
paper supervision. Mr. Roaewater also ex
pressed hla conviction that th public
schools while still offering room for Im
provement had made great advances In
every direction as tha years have gone on,
and had' not fallen behind In tha onward
march of our civilisation.
Haw Btaaabara Hacelved.
The following war proposed for mem
bership to the club and elected:
Dean E. A. Burnett. College of Acricul-
Prof. E. ri. Barbour, university of Ne
braska. Dean" McProud. Department of Educa
tion, Wesleyan university.
County Superintendent A. V. Teed, Ponoa.
Superintendent W. R. Pata, Alliance.
Superintendent H. M. Garrett, Ashland.
Superintendent W. H. Myers. Blair.
Superintendent R. M. Campbell. Colum
Superintendent S. H. Wood. Falls City.
Superintendent C. N. Walton. Wahoo.
Goaata aad ateaaaara.
Tba guests present were aa foilowa:
O. J. Plckard. E. O. loloman, John
Speed le, Alfred C. Kennedy, F. L. Haller,
K. E. McMillan and B. McLaughlin, all of
Omaha; P. J. Newmaa of Boston and B,
A. Dounsy of Lincoln.
Th active and associate member of th
club preeent were:
N. C. Abbott, public school, Platumouth.
Samuel Avery, L'nlveraity of Nebraska.
K J. Bodwell. publlo schools, Beatrice.
Ueorge H. Chatburn, University of Ne
braska. J. W. Crabtrss, State Department of
W. M. Davidson, f ubiic schools, Omaha.
J. W. Gambia. Plaitamouth.
K. r. Graff, hlah achool, Omaha.
N'! - M. Graham, public schools. South
O. A. Gregory, State Department of Edu
cation. F. M. Hunter, public Schools. Norfolk.
W. R. Jackson, l'nlveraity place.
G. W. A. Luckey, University of Ne
braska. George E. Martin, public schools. Ne
-J. M. Matsea, county schools, Fremont
V. (I Maya, high achool, Lincoln.
L. K Mumford. Lincoln.
R. L. Overholt. State Normal achool,
A. A. Reed, l'nlveraity of Nebraska.
William E. aVhell. York college, York.
W. L. Stephens, publlo schools, Lincoln.
George 11. Thomas. Harvard.
Georae L. Towne, Nebraska teacher, Lin
coln. A. E, Turner, Hasting college. Haatlnga.
A. II. Waterhouse, publlo acboola, rre-
J. F. Winters, Lincoln.
H. K. Wolfe. University of Nebraska.
J. F. Wooiery, high achool, Omaha.
W. A. Yodar, county schools, Omaha.
A. I.. Mclaughlin, IJneoln.
F. 8. Perdue. Lincoln
F. C. Wti llama, Ltaeol
Forger Abandons Car
After Wild Run from
a Posse of Pursuers
John Moran Reaches Lincoln and
Leaes Machine Behind When
Gasoline is Exhausted.
With an automobile purchased by meana
of a worthlrss check from the Omaha
Automobile company, win Karnam street.
jonn Moran took a riying trip to Lincoln,
leaving the car there after It had run out
of gasoline. He haa not been seen since.
Moran was a prosperoue looking young
man and wrote checks with sn sir. the
one buying this certain Auburn oar being
for f 1,610. He boarded his new machine,
threw In the high gesr and atarted south
on a Joy ride.
It was 1 0 p. m. when he left the garage,
and at 6:10 o'clock ha left a trail of burnt
gasoline In the main street of Papllllon.
Aa he drew near to Lincoln he was con
fronted with farmers with pitchforks and
guns, but passed them all by, reaching
Lincoln and abandoning his car there.
The exact time In which the young man
made Lincoln Is not known, but he msy
have arrived In time to take the late
train back to Omaha. Koran Is described
aa middle height, 30 years of age, dressed
In a gray suit ahd long great coat.
Lieutenant Left in
Command of Himself
Alfonte Cn. Issue Orders to His
Heart's Content at Mackenzie
Post May Be Abandoned.
Lieutenant Klfonte la the only officer left
at Fort Mackensle to command, but he
has not ' been doing any commanding of
late for the reason that he has been ott
on slik leave and for th additional rea
son that there Is no one at the abandoned
fort to whom commands ran be given.
Lieutenant Alfonte was In Omaha today
enrout to the fort.
It Is rumored about headqusrters of the
Department of the Missouri that Fort Mac
kensle will be abandoned. T wo battalions
of tha Eighteenth infantry atatloned there
before the call to the Mexican border prob
ably will be sent to another post at the
conclusion of th maneuvers.
Fort . Mead, S. D., abandoned by the
Fourth cavalry, la even more desolate
place now. There is not an enlisted man,
left there. All have been pressed Into ser
vice on tha Mexican border.
IS TO BE CONSIDERED
Many( Vital Changes Are ta Ba DIs
eaesed at Ike Coailag
A new docket. Issued by the official
classification committee, has been received
by the Commercial club, showing the sub
ject to be considered at their meetlna In
New York. Anrll lfr nnrk k.. i, ......
- . . . -j " v uc. It
Issued before with Innumerable rhnnu-..
Involving additions or reductions in rates,
welghta or changes In general requirements,
but this docket Is particularly vital. It
carries changes In descriptions of articles,
methods of packing and minimum weights,
which have been arrived at by by ' the
uniform . classification committee, which
haa been working on tha matter the last
These matter were Immediately nr
over by Chairman T. C. Byrne of the
Commercial club transportation committee
and a aufflclent number of cnnlns mrA
tor o circulate among the' different tinea
A preliminary :meetlnr on tha adoDtlon of
thaa changea will be held in Chicago,
March SI, to enable western shipper whose
commodities are affected to' attend, am
matter of freight classification will be
bandied by J. M. Guild, commissioner of
tha Commercial club. ' It la probable that
E. J. McVann. transportation cnmmlnslnnor
of th Commercial club, Will also attend.
Many canoao ratings ara eliminated en.
tirely. In addition to th thousand or more
Item docketed In tho interest of uniform
ity, there ara on tha regular docket more
man aw changes proposed In the ratings.
A meeting of the Nstlonal Industrial
Traffic league will be held In New York
City at th aama time as the classification
C0MENIUS SCHOOL FESTIVAL
Interesting Program la Prepared for
tha Paplla of the
A play festival will be given at tba
Comenlus publlo school ' building on the
night of March 19. An Interesting pro
gram has been prepared.
Dr. William M. Davidson, superintendent
of schools, and Dr. E. Holovtchlner, a
member of tha board, will deliver ad
dresses. Ths program, divided into two
Pirates Chorua tPirate of Pensance...
. ... Sullivan
Addreas Dr. E. Holovtchlner
Piano Solo 11 Trovatore-Fantalsle
Addreas Dr. W. M. Davidson
Folk Dancea Meeting and Greeting.
Swedish; Cornish May Danoe, Swiss May
Danoe. Dance a Little Partner, Bohemian;
German Klapp Dance, Danish Ring Gams,
French Flower Round. .
Chorus The Three Chafers.... Truhn
Kindergarten Games Skip Tag. Tha Cir
cus, The Handkerchief Dance. Looking (or
a Partner, Color Game, Tha Pigeon House.
Violin solo Hungarian Dance Brahms
Primary Games The Clever Ponies,
Thrre Hean bags, Dramatisation, "The
Troll;" ttee Saw. Relay Bsc, I Bee You.
Chorua Nellie Waa a Lady Foster
Burlesque Athletics Shot Put, Peanut
Race, Hammer Throw, Four-Sard Daah,
Relay Race, Airship Race.
Swedish Folk Dancea Klspp Danxen,
The ttchottleche. The Weaving Dance.
Chorus Hall On. Oh, Ship of fciate Cole
Flag Drill and March
Song America Carey
Salute to tha Flag
"law Ben Har Officera.
MARSHA LLTOWN, la., March 15. Spe-
ctal Telegram.) The mora Important of
ficer elected at the fourth annual con
vention of Tribe y of Ben Hur of Iowa,
which closed her tonight were:
Chief F. L. Elckcberg, Waterloo:
Teacher Mrs. Bsdle Cottmlre, Council
Bluffs; Scribe W. J. Thomas, Oakaloosa;
keeper of tribute, Charlea benyon. Cedar
Oakaloosa gats ths next annual con
Tha Buaiaaag Men'a Aaaoclation of Omaha hereby offera a
rewart) of $2,500.00 for th arrest a-nd conviction of the perpetra
tor of th rricn of dynamiting the new Douglaa County Court
House March 84th. 1911.
BY ORDER OF THE EXECl'TITE COMMITTER,
H. 8. DsdMi, Secretary.
WHAT IT MEANS TO US.
WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU.
TO us, the "SINCERITY" label on clothes
means garments tailored up to a standard, not
down to a price. It means style that is uppermost
and quality that is utmost. It means doing things
over, rather than do them "good 'enough ." It means
truth-telling and truthful selling. It means all-wool.
To you, the "SINCERITY" label means a mark
that safekeeps you when you buy and safeguards
you after you ve bought. It means certitude of
good taste and good tailoring. It means a il square
deal" at a square dealers.
"SINCERITY" dealers are wherever you arc. Our Fashion
Book is a code of the mode. A postcard fetches it. Write!
Kuhe tlathati 6 Fischer Co
Less Than 1
Cent a Day for a Safe
You can't afford to run the chance
of losing preoloua property when you
can rent a Safe Deposit Box In otir
positively burglar and flra-proof
vaults for i a year, or $1 for S
Don't Risk Losing
You should keep your extra money.
Jewels and valuable papera in one of
Tha accommodations ar excellent.
The vaulta, on tha ground floor of the
Bee building, are eaay to reach.
We keep open longer than any other
safe deposit vaulta In . Omaha, our
hour being from it:0u a. m. to 6:00
p. m. every week day, and until ( p.
We cash check after banking houra
on Saturday and lusue drafts payable
In all parts of the world.
T. O. XAMZaV, Vre a.
T. 3. IfOBTOsT. gupt.
16 South 17th St., rW Hldg.
MANUEL STATES HIS DEFENSE
gays t'harajea af Mlaniaaaaremeat af
Indaatrlal gcaaol Attempt at
v"The charge of mismanagement of the
State Industrial achool Is nothing but an
attempt at political Jobbery," declared C.
B. Manuel, auperlntendent of the achool,
Mr. Manuel was a visitor In Omaha, coin
ing for the purpose of tsklng some boys
back to Jearney who escaped from the
"There Is absolutely nothing In the
charges of mismanagement and misuse of
funds." said Mr. Manual. "If the inatlga
tir of th scheme to oust me would in
vestigate the conditions they would find
that they are mistaken In their charges.
They- state that I have uaed 3 00 for my
personal expense. . But they do not take
Into consideration tha amount of money
that baa been refunded. All told the ex
pense account will not run mora than $1,100.
"I reiterate that this whole thing la a
political frame-up and la backed by a news
paper In Omaha, wblcb claims to be a
Nebraska Clothing Company
l Farnam and 15th Sts., Omaha.
SELLS SINCERITY CLOTHES
HTMIC Ft.TC5TTTVrFr TUT A OTTHF ;
all aliilaU 11 IXXttlLX,
21 a i ii mi(
Is Holding Many Hen in Chains
They Cannot Break With
THE NEAL TREATMENT
The Neal internal treatment
cures the periodical, occasional
or moderate drinker, the habitu
al and .excessive drinker and the
nervous man who has to drink
to keep from becoming more
nervous. It takes away all in
clination to drink, alt desire and
craving for drink by neutraliz
ing the poison of alcohol in the
system and ridding the blood of
the poison by a rapid process of
elimination, leaving the drinker
in the same normal condition he
was in before tasting liquor, so
far as the effect of alcohol may
be concerned all appetite for
drink gone-and he a new man.
No Hypodermic Injections
Tbe Neal internal treatment ef
fects a perfect cure in three days
without hypodermic injections.
Luu Wkert It's But ti Ftra
Thinking about buying; laadT Want
to know what aoU and cllmat ar baat
aultad for cert a! a farming T '
Our Land Bureau gld fra Information about aoll,
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W hay gathered data, and can tU you what yu dealr
Writ th Land Information Bureau. Th
Twentieth Century Farmer, Omaha, Nab., today
aad your queatlona will gat prompt attention.
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CURES IN THREE DAYS
A guarantee is given each pa
tient, agreeing to effect a perfect
cure or refund the money at the
end of the third day.
A Modern Treatment
The Neal is a Physician's Curt
for the drink habit; it is the
most modern and perfect of
known treatments, originated
by a physician, compounded by
a physician, and administered
by experienced physicians. It
Call, write or phone Douglus
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Way," and if interested in the
Drug cure write for "Facts."
Neal Institute Co., O. R, 150J
South 10th St., Omaha, Neb. All
communications strictly confi-,
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