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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (July 16, 1911)
Till OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 1(1, 1011.
OFFICE SEEKERS ALL FILE
Long List it Now Compiled for the
FR DIARIES SET FOR AUGUST 15
nt T Flic for ClerU ( the Dis
trict Coart, the Hlafceet Sal
aried Oflea (ha Llat
Flyaa Oppoeee Smith.
Saturday the last day allowed the
virloua candidates of either party to file
for the nomlnatlona at the primaries on
August IS. Frank Iewey, chief deputy
county clerk, kept the office open until 6
o'clock In the fear that there might ha a
few atracKler who had not added their
names to already long lints. The filings,
however, were practically complete at an
early hour Saturday afternoon.
The Hit of entries la as follows:.
f REPUBLICAN. DEMOCRATIC.
Clerk af DUtrlet Coart.
r Robert Smith ..Thomas J. CTynn
John RriKirs Jerry Howard
Neis A. l.undrren John M. Tanner
;1Jo B. Hummel T. J. Mo8hane, Jr.
Fred H. Hoye
ad BrunijiK ,
V Oasaty Traaaarer.
I. I Beinai , M. I End res
Kmmet U. noioraon ,
William O. Ure ,
7: D. D. Miller
. Willis C. Crosby John A. Gentleman
H. T. Braaa Leo A. Hoffman
J. P. Pysart M. S. Shoemaker
Uryce Crawford Oenrge E. Bertrand
Sophue J. Neule, Jr.
William P. Lynch
x George McBrlda ..Murray 8chwarts
Saperlnteadeat of Public lastraetloa.
" W. A. Yoder Victor H. Detoolt
Coaaty Commissioner, Third District,
"'A. C. Harte O. J. Pluard
I. H. Klrerhnwr Oeortre A. Hill
I. Harry l. Head Jerry La Fontaine
i roaaty CommUaloaer, Fifth District.
, Henry K. Ostrom William Butt
.Frank C. Best M. R. Dad Huntington
Henry B. Roberts
' i Police Maarlatrate, Omaha,
, .Charles E. foster R. A. Schneider
Henry H. ttonau 6. I. Oordon
r Charles E. Fields John K. Wumn
Kd V. -Moreaxty Kred M. Anheuser
. Charles M. Davis
Police Magistrate, loath O am alia.
'"Charles L. A It tad t M. P. Corrlgan
' M. 11. Clair John McMillan
J James Callanan
fr. James E. Bednar
i: John Mercell
Jnattee of the Peace, Omahav.
v- ttsmu Fleishman William F. Meyera
''William AlUtadt Kd A. Shaw
F. M. McUlnnis U. F. Klsller, Benson
. William M. hitman .-....
Oeorge C. Cockrell '.
. M. H. Bwlft
t. M. Bachman i
. . Arthur E. Baldwin
.. Kd Leednr ,
George H. Barker
Kben K. tjong ,
' Kd Simpson
Jaatlee of the Peace, Seath Oaaahau
John M. Urbanskl Ed Kaln
v Jacob Levy ...George 8. Collins
J ; , J. J. MaJey
'Qua. P. Ruete ..
. A. R. Henoel
. John A. Woods
H. V. Plerson
I Frank L Dorwart ,
i 11. M. Mlddendorf n
U. W. Church
Anton lnda 0 .
j ,Lewla Oodola
Constable, Snath Omaha. '
J. J. Daly ......William Kaln
. .. ...Joeepn, Blah a
Overseer of lllarhwaya. '
N. S. Thomaen George Photen
pi Christ Btark
C V. Shoemaker John Torpennlng
-a PLATTE VALLBr.
.--:v Oscar- Taloott
:' WATERLOO. "
' -,. A. D, Compton
'. Henry Kolbe
y '.' Matt Peeta
B. R. Kidder
lr. Theodore Leech Claus Nellsou
BENSON AND DUNDEE.
" M. P. Oould
Jaatlee ef Peaee, fee Ceantry.
Charles G. Keller, Benson
C R. WilUanaa, Benson
Ceastable, for Country.
" Charles W. King-. Dundee
DUtrlet Jaaa-e, Foarth DUtrlet.
0 W. A. Fostsr John H. Grossman
J. L. Kaley Samuel L. Winters
Charles LesUs Harley U. Moerehead
' Lee a. Eateile Robert W. Patrlok
" George A. Day George W. Cooper
1 William A. Kedtclt Charles Haffke
A. C. Troup Burt C. JSnyart (Tekaiuah)
A. i ouiion
,. Howard Kennedy
iva iwftwauu i in,.,.,
F. W. Fitoh M
John M. Mcfaxland Joel W. Wast
to Close on Sundays
"Representative of American Federa
tion of Labor Will Go Before
On Monday afternoon the barber shop
Sunday cloalng ordinance will coma before
the city council in committee of ths wbola
for consideration. C. M. Faldar. organiser
for the Barbers' union and the American
Federation of Labor,, who has charge of
the campaign, feels confident that ha will
be able to convince the council of the no
. cesslty for the law.
The ordinance Is supported by a petition
L containing about 11,000 signatures of bual-
- ness man and others who are Interested
- In the move and who have given It their
'hearty support. It Is argued that the law
r Is required for Omaha because of a pa-
cullar situation that exists here. Omaha
.'journeymen barbers work on percentage
. and the bosses naturally have an aye to
the success of their shops. If all but one
''cloae that on will profit by -the trade
..that Is turned away from ths closed shops.
If all unite In an agreement to doe and
- live up to It they are soon exposed to the
danger that some enterprising outsider will
..open a shop and thus destroy the effect' of
-the agreement. Therefore, the bar bra eon-,
tend. It Is necessary that a law be passed
, 'requiring that shops be closed oh Sunday
In order that all may fare alike la the
The movement has the support of large
percentage of the shop owners, who want
.the Sunday off the same as do the Journey
men. A number of thoae who are opposed
be Sunday closing, most of whom own
hotel shops, have entered Into "a gentle
men's agreement," whereby they propose
o close their shop at noon en Sunday,
beginning with July SI This date has been
-. twice changed, having originally been fixed
for July t, then put off till July 14 and
now aet over to the S3d.
The petition In support ef the ordinance
'will be backed up by some other docu
mentary evldenoe, and a very strong show
ing In favor ef the proposed bill will be
made. - So far a number ef the eouaeil
have expressed themselves as being la
favor of the law, while only, two have
flatly declared against It
Boys and Girls of
Summer School to
Give Unique Show
They Will Depict ft Missionary Meet
ing; Sketch Written by Min
Jennie L. Bedfield.
The boys and airls who attended the
claaaes and story hours at the missionary
summer school at the Univsrslty of Omaha
last week are not to be outdone by their
mothers and fathers, uncles and aunta, in
the way of entertainment. They are going
to give an entertainment which will ba
the climax and close of the conference,
Tueaday evening. July 1.
The boys and girls will give ths drama
entitled "The Work of the Missionary."
written for the ocoaaion by Miss Jennie L.
Redfield. The caste is as follows:
Mrs. Haves, hosteaa linnikl n..rr.
Mr. Ayleaworth, pessimist
, Gladys Lindberg
Mrs. Stevens Marjorle Bridges
ocau. ...., Anna Mccormick
Mrs. Marden i.:ihui rru
Hindoos . : ' "
. Clarence Parsons
...... Herney Miller
.... Harry Haverly
...... Lorena Travis
Mrs. Letle Ming
Mrs. Medly HI.7..
Mrs. Subl Lee
xMra. Wah Lee,..
T J I , ' I. b n
mttm ai viini r iiuirvu irsvis
Chlng Lee, Chinaman George Eggeres
iiii in 'inarican Aiiaiana
Snake Charmer. .,
.Round Head ..t,.
. ..croia L4vejoy
... Ralph Redfield
Much Raeket .'.
Japanese - ,'t ,
Matsu .- Clarence Dunham
t rana parsons
J aepv v v. ........... . ar JorW . Ingalls
Misaes Ida E. Blaekmore, Agnea Wearne,
Lulu Prior, accompanists.
Bird Son. Ufa Lahma.ii
Miss Louisa- Bergqalst. .
Miss Newlean, ,in Jananesa costume.
will sing Frau Frau Orunlaud's "Ioy Moun
; Miss Ehrnii Roslcky will got as' costumer.
The drama will oloae Vith the. Bymn,
Uesus fihall Reign by ths entire audi
While Guard Snoozes
; Police Make Eaid on
: Boys' Camping Outfit
SlumTbering1 Youth Dozed Off with Vi
! - cions Six-Shooter in Hit Beit v
! ; . . Gun Hand.
, A juvenile camp equipped In the most
modern military style, by a bubbling spring
In the wooda near 491 Wool worth avenue,
was raided Saturday morning and the lone
guard . of the outfit .caught napping , at his
post ..' . 'j '. . .,, ' ,. ' . ' ' ; '
Several days ago Earl Kngllsh, 14 years
old, "of ,2028 Miami; James McCormlck, U
years old, of 621 South Twenty-fifth avenue.
and Lloyd Peterson, 18 years old, of 511
South Twenty-sixth street, decided to go
camping on the outskirts, where life could
be conduoted on ths close-to-nature princi
ple and military operations Indulged in.
When the tent, composed of a patched
awning, . was pitched close to the spring,
the residents thought an army was, upon
them. They became thorouhgly alarmed
when the ordnance department began to
unpack the ammunition. The police were
notified Friday night, and early Saturday
morning Sergeant Cook, with Detectives
Van Pusen and Deverese, attacked the
camp from three sides.
Young English, who was left on guard
by the other two members of the army,
was found asleep at bis post with a six-
shooter In his hand. His two companions
had left hours earlier, ostensibly on a for
aging expedition, but gave up the Job as a
bad one and went home to sleep, where
they were found by the raiding party. All
three were taken to the police station and
later allowed to go home. The ordnance
Sergeant Cook said the location of the
camp was an Ideal one for military pur
poses, but the condition of the commissary
Indicated tbat forage for a campaign was
poor. There was only one little potato and
a half loaX of bread left In the ration box.
Held on Suspioion,
DetectiYei Put Stranger Through
Sweatboz and He Leadi Them to
Home He Bobbed.
After C. H. Allen of Connellsvtlle, Pa.,
had been discharged as a suspicious
character by Judge Crawford In police
court Saturday, the detectives got busy
and within an hour had the man behind
the bars after securing a oonfesslon that
he was a burglar.
Allen was arrested by 'Detectives Dunn
and Fleming and Policeman Russell while
trying to escape from an empty boxcar on
ths Northwestern tracks. When searched
at the station a valuable gold watch was
found, which Allen claimed to have bought
In Pittsburg, ' Pa., four years ago. Al
though the explanation was a little tangled
up, the detectives, let the matter go by, aa
no timepiece answering the description of
the watch carried by Allen tiad been re
When Allen was set free ths detectives
took him In' hand and, after putting him
through the fellowcraft degree, he volun
teered to take them to a' house he had
broken. Into and robbed Friday night De
tectives Deverees and van Dusen went
with Allen to 1S1S Cass street, where Martin
Olcoa, a divinity arudent. Identified the
watch as having been stolen from his room
during ' Friday night. Allen was then
charged with burglary.
South Omaha Man is
Found Dead on Street
Indications Are that He Fell from the
Eoof ei Hotel- in the
William Genis, a Llthaunlan employed
In the ham department of Armour's pack
ing house, was found dead Saturday morn
ing about S o'clock on the pavement In
front of the Old Transient houae at Twenty-seventh
and M streets. The man's skull
was fractured and the police are unable to
say whether death was due to suiolde or
Oenla, who has been employed at the
packing house for some time, quit his Job
Thursday, since which time hs had been
drinking heavily. Lest night hs retired to
hit room, which la ea the third floor of
the hotel. He Is thought te have climbed
out-on the reoi through the toilet room.
Joe Stores, a roommate of the dead man.
Is being held by ths police for investiga
te, dents was about eO years ef age and
reretBtasit Advertising It the Road te Big
STILL ASKING ABOUT CLOSE
Contestant Wish to Know When the
Winners Will Be Named.
WANT TO ADVERTISE MOTOR CAR
Partlelpaate Write They Hoild t.lve
Pabllelty te Bee and Apperaon
Alio Rhoald They Wis
I trust there won't he any bar
Twixt me and that "Jack Babbit" car.
But should I lack a point or two,
Then the Piano-player d do.
Or falling that, your city lot
Would suit me to a tiny dot.
Or If to errors 1 prove prune,
I still could use that graphophone.
If none of these 1 should deserve,
I hope you won t think I've got nerve
When I confess 1 hope rny guess
Entitles me to "10" or less.
I'm easy suited, you can see.
So prithee ward some prlxe to me,
Or a Book Hater 1 shall be
'Ml t ether aids Eternity.
(This verse accompanied a set of Book
Letters continue coming to the Booklov
ers' contest editor asking when the names
of winners wll be announced. It has been
stated several times that the exact date
cannot be told this early. The clerks are
busy every day going ovef thouxands of
answers. It la problematical when they will
complete the work so the Judges can go
through the seta.- It will be at least two
weeka, .and probably three or four. The
Bee will keep fcontestants posted on the re
sult of the work.. , '
Many -centeetanU ' have written the edi
tor during the last week, telling what they
.would do. with the1 Apperson car if -they
won It. One contestant said he would run
It. about Omaha tor weeks advertising The
Bee, and then would-drive; it to his home
town arid there advertise this paper. Other
participants In the ' contest have stated
they' would do the same. f ..
An Influence oa Judges.
-Why contestants should write to the edi
tor with this Information. Is not plain.'. The
Bea will not award the prises, A contest
hoard has full power to do this. The con
testant ' that has the largest number of
answers correct, with the fewest number
of coupons, will ' be given the automobile.
He does not have to advertise The. Bee.
This was not one of the regulations. After
he gets the machine he can do with It
Just what he pleases. It Is his car and no
one can tell him what he shall do with It. '
Foretells His Death,
Fred Hilbert'i Body Found Saturday
Morning in Blacksmith Shop
on Davenport Street.
Fred Hllbert, a young horeeahoer, was
found dead Saturday morning on the floor
of the Ixard & Nelson blaoksmlth shop, 1011
Davenport . street. After ths supper hour
Friday, Hllbert walked down town. , Hs
was feeling, sick, havliag been troubled
with ieart failure, and ha made the . re
mark to aoroe .of his friends that he was
going to die. He felt, too sick to go home
and concluded to go to the shop to rest
awhile. It was there that -he was found
dead when the proprietors opened for busi
neas. An Inquest probably will not be held,
Hllbert was scarcely 21 years old, and had
been employed In the Izard & Nelson shop
for three years
Party Meets Soon
Chairman Gilbert' Sends' Out Call
Urging County Conventions to
The state convention of the Nebraska
prohibitionists will be held at the Llndell
hotel in Lincoln at t o'clock In ths after
noon of July 26, according to announce
ment made last night by D. B. Gilbert, state
chairman. He urges that county conven
tions be held Immediately to select dele
gates to the convention.
WILBUR TRANSFERS BUSINESS
On Retiring He Bella the Good Will
f His Castomers to Mar
tin Bros, at Co.
Announcement Is made that W. 11. Wilbur
has sold his insurance business to Martin
Bros. & Co., transferlng all his companies,
fire Insurance and good will to the old es
tablished firm in the Barker block. Mr.
Wilbur Intends retiring from the field, and
feels that hs has taken proper steps to safe
guard his customers and friends by placing
their business in the care of Martin Bros.
& Co., who have been established In Omaha
for over twenty-five years, and are rated
among the highest In the business.
My Husband Also Uses
air a. Delia
a o c ompanlee
ial and who
realdes at IS 8
N. Conda St.,
w r 1 1 e a The
Peruna Co. aa
tles of Peruna
camp le tftly
cured me of
tarrh of sev
if my husband
feels badly or
Ither of us
eatch cold war
at onca rake '
Mra. Wilson Robinson, TO Neaale 6t,
Toledo, Oble. writes:
"I feel like a new parson. I have no
mora heavy feellng-a, no mors pain, don't
belch up ras, caa eat moat mnytblng with
out It hurting ma I want to ba working
all the time. I have rained twenty-four
"People that see ma now and saw mo
two months ago seem astonished. I tell
them Veraaa did It. I will say It is the
only remedy tor sprint and all other all
mania." ' .
I -ailn -
Real Colonel Heads
the Herds of Elks
Personality of the New Orleans Man
Elected Grand Exalted
John V. Hullivan, chosen grand exalted
ruler of the Benevolent and rrotei-tlve
Ordnr of Klka at the Atlantic City meeting.
Is a full-fledged mllltla colonel, Recording
to the newspapers of his home city, New
Orleans. The Flceyune says: "Colonel Sul
livan Is famous for many things, but one
which Is seldom spoken of is the fact that
he went to West Point without being;
haxed. He is popular with army officers,
who dellscht in telling this feature of his
career. He was always a giant, and an
excellent physical culture specimen, and al
though several attempts were made to
"perform on him a la nillitalre" they were
never accomplished. The colonel never
peaks of this part of his career, but he
Isn't here to object.
"Colonel Sullivan Is a native of New Or
leans. Hs Is 34 years old, and Is on of
the city's best known . lawyers. He was
educated at the Jesuit college and gradua
ted In law at Tulane university.
"He has achieved much success In his
chosen profession, and Is attorney for sev
eral large concerns. . He attends to all the
legal business of the Fire Rating board.
"Ha has been an Elk for twelve years. He
wag. exalted, ruler of the local lodge, the
banner one, from 1 to .1907. In two years
he more than doubled his home lodge
membership, raising It from 800 to 1,700. In
that time he more than doubled the lodge's
assets, from S52.&2. 75 to 1119,600.73. He
filled, an, unexpired term ' and served . two
fulf .terms', as lecturing . knlBh't of New
lodge. - He made New Orleans the, banner
lodge of. trie 'whole order in Increase of
members , for the years 1906 and .1907.
Through his efforts New Orleans "pos-
f ACATI0I HEEDS
25$ OFF ON ALL BASE BALL GOODS
11.00 Mitt or Glove i... ...75i
$2.00 Mitt or Glove ....... $1.50
(Spalding Goods Excepted.)
LADIES' BATHING SUITS AT 1-3 OP REGULAR PRICES.
TOWNSEND GUN CO.
1514 FARNAM STREET
Comfortable glasses, the
kind that stay on.
Glasses that wobble are no re
lief to the eyes, rather they injure
by throwing the vision out of
Our Shur-On steady the glasses,
they fit comfortably and stay on
without pinching the nose. -
When you need glasses you
need the best
Globe Optical Co.
218 Sonth 16th St.
Camp Out This Vacation
Select a good place near Omaha or far
away; but camp out for your health's sake.
Come to us and make a personal selection
of a good camping outfit tents, cots, chairs,
etc. (They are not expensive), and then live
the free open life for a few weeks.
Scott Tent & Awning Company
31446 South 12th Street
Between Farnam and Harney
Phone Douglas 338
sesAt one of the most palatial homes In
'for two years lie whs Kraml enquire cf
th,- k rs nil lotUe in J'lulaiiei'hlR In 1!W and
in 1 'alius in I:1-, lie wan a im-rnhvr fr
one year of the Judiciary romrniltie of tli"
Krmid lodKe In 19"!'. Me led the greatest
Klk parade In hlatury In Philadelphia In
1!7. Colonel Sn 1 li h n had a record of
never mining a grand lole meeting.
"He l equally well known In other or
ders. He was a charter member and the
prand knight of New Tirana Council No.
714. Knights of CnlumbtiH. He is state preal
dent of the Hibernians, and Is prominent
In the Choetaw and other rliibs.
"He was for many years the commanding
officer of the Louisiana Flld artillery, and
as such willingly sacrificed months of hla
business to raise a battery during the
Spanish-American war to be prepared to
fight for his country. IJke everything
else he was connected with, the command
prospered under his direction, and when
press of law business made him retire he
left It in a flourishing condition.
"Colonul John P., as already stated, la n
giant physically, handsome and command
ing, graceful and magnetic, and la also an
orator of no mean ability. His eloquence,
displayed at the national Klk events, had
much to do In bringing him into prominence
In the order's councils.
"The new exalted ruler la married to a
daughter of Captain John Fitrpatrlck, 'the
grand old man' of local Elkdom, and one
daughter has blessed the union."
Many a gem of thought Is injured by a
Love makes the heart flutter and the
Humility is the uniform worn by a hypo
crite on dress parade.
It's surprising how liberal most people
are wtjh their sympathy.
At the age of IS a girl Is awfully ashamed
of her appetite in company,
i A. college education never hurts a boy "if
he has. sense enough to go to work after
H la all over.
Lend some man money and if they pay
it baek they will consider you under last
ing obligations to them. Chicago News.
on oviroa or rKXTSsrTioir
MARTIN BROS. & CO.
BARKER BLOCK, TELEPHONE DOUG. 735.
An Added Pleasure
To Every Good Time
We will be glad to show you the
line; also give you free catalogue.
Tha Robert Dempster Company
804 So. 15th St. . 1215 Fanuun St-
ECHOES OF THE ANTE-ROOM
Lodges Are Generally Resting Up Dur
ing the Hot Spell.
MACCABEES KEPT BUSY
Odd KellTB, Omaha l.ndste B,
Mill Work In Ihe First Dearee
Friday Maht Ileaena the
First Tnenitay Maht.
Omaha tent No. 7 Knights of the Mac
cabees, met Friday evening In Darlght's
hall, at which there was a large attend
ance. Several applications were read and
one candidate was Initiated. The commit
tee on picnic and outing reported that ar
rangements had been made for the annual
picnic and outing to be held at Courtland
beach park ext Saturday. A fine program
of sports and games has been arranged, for
which valuable prizes will be given.
Independent Order of Odd Fellowa.
Omaha lodge No. 2 will have work In the
first degree next Friday night.
James Iodd will leave Tueaday evening
for Dlnsdale, la., to attend a family re
union on July 20. The event will be the
celebration of the eighty-seventh birthday
anniversary of Mr. Dodd's Mother.
Beacon lodge No. 30 will put on the first
degree next Tuesday evening.
Dannebrog Iodise No. 216 will have work
In the second degree next Friday night.
Bea Her Picnic.
Mecca court No. 13, Tribe of Ben Hur,
will give a basket picnic and dance at the
Rod and Qun club Friday. All Ben Huro
and their friends are invited.
Aaxlltary Plane Ontlnaj.
Ladies auxiliary No. i to Stereotypers
and Klectrotypers" urflon will give a picnic
at Lake Manawa Sunday, July 30. All mem
ia worth a povho or ovma
It Is Folly To Take Risks
with your valuables when absolute safety costs so little.
When you go away bring your valuables to us for safe1
keeping. Large storage vault for silverware, etc. A private
safe for $3.00 per year ...
Omaha Safe Deposit & Trust Company
Street Level Entrance 1614 Tarnam. Phone Douglas 230. ..
Any Tourist or
aVaxall Playinr Cards,
85o ooalltj tor ....16c
Jamaica Ginger .
.25c and 50c
Sunset Rose Bloom Face Rouge,
Jersey Cream . . 25c, 40c and 65c
Rexall Violet Talcum 15c and 25c
SHERMAN & McCOtlNELL DRUG COMPANY
10TH and 1XHKJK ' '
Owl Drug Oo., 16th and Harney. Ixyal Pharmacy, St 17-0 N. lOUi SC.
Harvard l'tiartraacy, 24th and Fanuun.
8d lloor City aTatloaal ank
Tor Appointment rhone
bers of the mil, i .. their fa-nl ii-- anil f i !-nds
are Invited to alt.mil ami I'l U,: atone their
THIEVES ARE AGAIN ACTIVE
Boh Two Helonne of Coin and I.lneer
and Take It nli hiuin'i Din
ner 1'all. i
Two saloons wee lobbed this morning.
Some time between 1 and .1 o'clock Hi the
morning William lUirke's p'ace at Tenth
apd Oavenport streets was brokeu Into by
iwmehody who knew the Inside comlilna,tlon
of the side door. A hole iia rut In the wall
and a hand from the outefile pushed
through, which deftly turned the key in
the lock and loor flew open. The rest was
easy for the visitors.
When the bartender opened for business
later in the morning hecould not find 800
cigars. Six) pennies and a large number of
quart bottles of red liquor.
Emtl Hanse, a saloon keeper at Thirteenth
and Chicago streets, has the police force
looking for $7 In dimes and nlrkels which
were swiped from the cssh register early.
A porter in the saloon reported that he
had discovered a. thief monkeying with the
cash register before daylight and chased
him away. The robber had gained an en
trance to the saloon by cutting a hole in
the door and turning the key in the' lock
Just the way the trick had been turned at
Burke's. As the intruder was seen to stag
ger when fleeing frdin the saloon It is sup
posed he treated himself liberally to
"boose" while investigating the- mysteries
of the back bar.
The meanest thief of the night Is believed
to have been the one who stole ' John
Lennon's full supper bucket and coat from
the lumber yard at Twenty-third and Paul
streets. Lennon, who lives at ltKt South
Twenty-second street. Is a watchman at
the yards, and while he was making hla
rounds. Somebody took his supper and ooat
Ths police were notified and are now hunt
ing for the empty dinner palU ..
Take a Kodak
We Do the Bestv
Fifteenth and Farnam Sts.
Camper Read This
Bath Cups 15c to f 1.75 '
Rexall Cold Cream 15c, 25c, 85c; 1 lb. can 50c
Hexall Tooth Paste 10c
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Safety Razors $1.00 to $5.00
Shaving Brushes 15c to 9175
l Lavender Shampoo 25c, 50c 81.0U
Joss Sticks, large bundle ....10c
Poison Ivy Lotion ..25c
Alcohol 8tovea 25c to $1,50 "
Hexall Watches .07c
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