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BRIEF CITY NEWS
X Kit Boot Print It.
Jv lyyptlan Chocolates 80c. Mycrs-Ditlon.
fyf Gas, tUc, rixt arcs. Bu:-;ris-arandea.
On. Mach. Wki, Much, doalfn'rs, bldrs.
Zend Thieves Sentenced William
'Brown and Meorst r.icr, vliunl with
the theft of lpail anl leather from Union
, Pacific cat ninl arrml hy special Offi
cer Vlizard were scntpn.ed to fifteen
an J twenty Jaj. i effectively, by Judge
A Crawford Thursday i.ianiing.
lined tor Shoe ting- Ulchurd Norrls,
aj the deputy shcritf ttiiplortl as watch
man in the I'nlor. rariflc ihopn and who
engaged In a Tmrrcl with Oorse Keeaeo
in Tommy Ia:f sal on Tuesday night
was fined flO and cistt in police court
Thursday morninK. Norrls fired a )iot
nt Keesc, bet mitixeil.
Borg is Improving A. P. llorg. the old
man who . found cold and hungry by
Constable Kd S upson Wednesday after
noon In an old shack at Twenty-ninth
and Klllson avenue, oihI who was taken
to the county hospital reported to be
doing nicely and the doctors have no
fears for his recovery.
Stroud to Kepresent Commercial Club
-T. f. Stroud will attend the annual con
vention of the American Road Builders In
u" 1 "jochester, N. Y., In December, as a rep
JT resentatlve of the Omaha Commercial
"r club. The club would like to hear from
others, living In any part of the state,
who would ko to represent Nebraska.
Dinner for O. T. Hoffe Charles T.
, tloge, city editor of the Uaily News for
the last two years, who will go Saturday
to Indlanoplis to become city editor of
the Sun, was given a farewell dinner by
I the editorial and report orlal staff of the
News at the Rome Wednesday night. He
was presented with a silver-handled knife
'engraved with his Initiate.
alt for Delay Is Transit Suit for the
recovery of $2,750 in filed In the office
of the Vnlted States circuit clerk by
Charles E. Mitchell and W. E. Hilliken
Of Newell, 8. D., against the Northwest
ern. The pllntlffs state that they shipped
101 horse and nineteen colts to the South
Omaha Horse and Mule company last
June, and that shipment was delayed
and the stock so neglected that they were
worth J2,7E01ess when sold than they were
The Bloom of Youth
To th- Aged Cheek
(From Eastern Ftyle Reporter.)
Kven with advancing aae It Is an easy
matter for women to quickly regain that
charming smoothness and delightful tint
and youthful bloom to their age-marred
or furrowed cheeks. Merely dissolve a
sTinll package of mayatone In one-half
pint witch-hazel, then froy apply this
lotion to the face, neck and arms, and
manage lightly until It disappears.
Continued using will gradually banish
Tinkles, snlloxvness and blotches and
j. o to the skin ti delightful.) clearness
and smoothness. The mayatone lotion Is
n othing to tender skins, and Us use dis
courages the growth of kntr or fuss, and
removes pimples, blackheads and .other
facial blemishes. Such delightful results
follow the use of the maystone lotion
that artificial aids to beuuty are not re
I Baking t
fl For this is
g rjowder that fl
g - 'makes the fl
a- baking better." fl
!t leavens the food fl
s, evenly throughout;
puffs it up to airy
I lightness, make '. fl
fl delight fallyappctii- fl
g ing and wholesome, g
m Remember, Calumet at
" is moderate in price
a highest in oualitv.
47 A civ rt,i r. rv r tnm al
Calumet. Don't take 1
Jot made by the
I m (Mi J
OMAHA DAMS IMPROVING
Condition Such that Inspector Will
Now Watch. Adulteration.
BOSSIE MAKES HIS REPORT
T1lrr lanpeetor ('narratatates tlty
oa the O a ( nerent Milk
toateat at MllvTaake. Wkfa
Omaha Was Seeoad.
Claude F. Hotie. dairy Inspector for
the city of Omaha, In Ms report to Com
missioner of Health n. W. Connell,
praises the cleanliness of the product of
the smaller dairies and congratulates
Omaha en the outcome of the milk con
test at Milwaukee In October, when this
city captured second prise. He concludes
his report with the statement that here
after the dairy and milk Inspector will
"devote as much time as possible to the
preventing of the adulteration of milk
and cream." '
The scores for the month are as fol
lows: 4 r Ml fled Milk.
Frleelaml dairy dr.j
Arwood dairy g;,.3
Name nnd Dairy. 8001 e
C. Spaniard, Npangard 87. S
Ole Jsnsen, Pleasant Hill 87.3
Peter Jensen. Facie m.i
M. C. Jensen. Nebraska m.l
H. N. Winter, Riverside HS.O
H. I.. Oibbs :.
James Mllgard, Central K.
Lars KelKon. Ike Nakoma K.5
Jepp Jeppersen, Fontenelle HS.t
Jepperson Bros., Klgtn Haiiltary S5.
G. il, Rowlev, Next Oor M.T
Norgard Rros.. I'nlon Sanitary M.S
Jesson Bros.. People's M.5
Jim Anderson, West lawn M.4
s. F. inrensen, t enter Street M.4
It. H. Moss. Crescent Senitarv M.l
C. Chrlstensen ft Co., Klgln...,V M.J
U C. Chrlstensen M.l
Sam Sorensen, Keystone M o
Li. C. Chrlstensen M O
C. Chrlstensen, West Benson M O
M. Peterson. Peterson 84.0
Carston Johnson, lakeside M o
A. Flellln. FJellln M O
Christ Frost, Jerseyvllle S3. 9
Horn Hjorttl. Hoist M.3
Frank Nufer. L)e Holt X2.lt
C. P. Johnson. Concordia. 8!.S
J. Chrlstensen , xst 5
Marlnls Jensen Ks.s
W. Anderson. Cscelslor Si. 3
A. H. Geborne. Consumers' K2.0
J. Rpangard H.tt
xveiaerberg ft l.arsen. North Omaha
rurm 81. s
Fred Gltter Sl.T
9venson Bros.. West Pacific SI. J
Hans Knudsen, Knudsen M.
1. p. Johnson. Spring Oardcn M O
Pam Chrlstensen fO.O
H. P. Hansen 7!M
A. Nordqulst. Lincoln Avenue 7H.2
P. N. Hansen 7fl.O
C. Peterson, standard 79.0
'. Jensen. Maple Orove 7S.8
Peterson Bros., Twin City 7S.5
K. Negerton 7M
E. Corneer. Melrose Hill 78. S
A. M. Larson. Klverview Park iH.2
George Peterson 7N.0
R. V. Anderson ik.o
A. P. Orobeck. Spring Garden Lake.. 77.3
C. Agaard, Omaha 7ft. 3
K. t onen. imperial (.
H. Kllesen. Klliesen 7H.2
N. K. Nelson 7'i.0
A. P. Iamaard 7d.iI
Iver M. Jensen. Blackberry Avenue.. 7i.7
A. Anderson, Carter Lake 75.4
U 1 K..-v Jrm 1C. I an., "K
J J I I II LIU I Q III UO., I w1. .. ...,......,. It'.M
Charles Post. West Omaha 76.0
A. F. Anderson,, Puritan 74.3
C. Jorgesen, Walnut Hill "4
N. p. Nelson 4.1
Axel Carlson. Keystone Park 74.;
C. A. Hansen 74. a
A. Chrlstensen, Sanitary 74.1
C. Larsen 7t.4
C. M. Chrlstessen 74.2
Frank Vaad. city 71. u
M. Levlch. Manhattan 73. h
C. H. Jensen, Weetern 72.3
C. M. Jaoobsen, Mayberry Avenue.... 72.3
P. J. Christensen, West Dodge 78.
C. U Chrlstensen 72 0
J. N. Nelson. Elmmood park .. "l a
Julius Clausen. Interstate "l b
C. Petersen, Country. Club 71.j
D. Hheanin. Nortn wnion.., ij.j
J. U Hamblln iO.S
CLftCDK F. BUSSIE,
Miss Jontz is Back
from Tour of East
Miss Ida V. Jonts. general secretary of
the Associated Charities of Omaha, has
returned from Columbus, O., where sha
attended the world's purity congress a
While oil her trip of little more than a
we.. Miss Jonts YUlted several cities for
the purpose of Investigating juvenllu
eourts, detention schools, philanthropic
and charitable systems.
Bhe wss especially Interested In the
application of the new law In Chicago,
which provides that families in need ahall
be given a dollar for each child in the
family, and sought Information about it.
While the law has been in effect but a
short time It Is requiring the skill of
city officials aod officers of the Asso
ciated Charities to prevent the unscrupu
lous from taking advantage of a large
family and apparent poverty.
A visit was paid by Miss Jonts to the
Associated Charities of the West Side,
Chicago, where she found conditions al
most Identical with those arising once in
a while in Omaha. "They had the same
typical cases." she said, "and were trying
to handle them In the same way."
Five boy will be brought before the
Juvenile court Judge charged with being
"Hsllowe'en sooners." The boys were de
tected breaking lamps on Twenty-seventh
street, at Jackson and Dewey avenue.
One of the lads wsa employing an up-to-date
hand-made nlfrger-shootor, which
was a credit to his Ingenuity, and was
one of the most effective weapons ever
trained on n street lamp. O. A. Pcolt,
superintendent of street lighting, talked
with the bovs and found that three of
them were uld-tlmcrs and that they sim
ply couldn't wait until the gluistly Hul
lowe'en to execute their pranks, and so
began two weeks before and kepi It up
si iniwis! :til drtcctad. "I'm gfllr.g
to make this lamp breaking in Orraha a
luxury," aaid Superintendent AeoU to the
father of one of the. toys who will be
The Implicit confidence a.;nt many peo
ple have In Chamberlain's Colic, Cho era
and Diarrhoea Remedy Is founded on
their experience in the use of that remedy
and ?!'! Vrowledge cf the many remark
able lures of otic, diarrhoea and dysen
tery that it has effected, for .t-le by all
llaraea's slake UIc Mill Psrrkaae
The entire surplus stock of two of
America's most prominent manufac
turers. Including over five thousand dusen
garments, was closed out by our buyer
AT 5MC O.N' TUB LOLLAR.
Fleece lined, Jersey ribbed, part wool
and all wno silk and wool garments of
every description, the biggest purchase
we've ever made, the greatest values ever
ihown In Omaha at the price we'll ak.
SALE WILL BROIN SAT111PAY.
Kvery garment la the sale Is guaranteed
terfecu 5ee window display. Watch Frl-
Officials of Rock
Island Road Are
Touring the Lines
Traveling- on a special train and out
on a tour that will cover every mile of
tse system, Tresldei.t Mudge, T. .. Oor
man, A. C. lildgway and John 8ebsstlan.
first, second and third vice presidents,
respectively; H. Oower, frelsht traffic
manager; L. M. Allen, passenger traffic
manager; J. A. Stewart, general passen
ger arcnt of the line west of the Mis
souri river; J. B. Smalley, general su
perintendent of the second division; A. K.
Sweet, general manager of th.e second
'Istrlct. nnd A. V. Kelso of the Ne
braska division, ull of the Rock island,
arrived In Omaha Thursday forenoon and
renislned until 3 o'clock, going to Fair
bury, where they will look over the
pew passenger depot being erected on the
site of the one recently destroyed by fire.
The tour of the Rock Island official spe
cial is being made for the purpose of
permitting the general officers to famil
iarize themselves with the condition of
the road and to get an Idea of what
Is needed In the wsy of betterments, both
out on the line and In the cities, through
which it passes. The entire trip Is being
made during the daytime. Thursday the
train came In from Pes Moines and after
remaining In Omaha a little more than
three hours, left for Lincoln, where the
first stop was made, then proceeding to
The plan of the general officers Is to
pick up the division officers along the
line and carry them to the ends of their
respective divisions, thus having nn op
portunity to talk with them and eTChnnnc
views regarding existing conditions. Front
here to Falrbury the party was accom
panied by John K. I'tt. general airont of
the Rock Island In the Omaha territory.
All .the rugs which we bought from
the eastern retailer's stock will be sold
next Monday, and the prices by reason
of our fortunate deal will be actually
lower than high class rugs have ever
before been sld In Orraha.
The Court of Appeals"
"If your tins and kitchen
utensils could only talk they
would cry out for a daily cleans
ing with Gold Dust and water.
Gold Dust goes right for dirt and
grease, and cleanses so quickly
that little effort on your part is
If you only knew how much
cleaner your house would be,
how much lighter your work
would be, and how much time
you would save, you would
insist upon having Gold Dust if
it cost twice its present price.
To imm You're farmq far and wide
Scenes new and sfrinae ta viev
Means when you walk you must decide
to wear me Metson ihoe.
PLANS FOR FACTORY COLONY
Guild and Tukey Want Some One to
HOME FOR INFANT INDUSTRIES
Will shape riaa for ConaMerat l ef
(HMterrlal (lab ladastrlal
Committee Thinks It
A six or eight-story factoiy building,
modern in evrry particular, to be a
homo for twenty or thirty small factories
now Inadequately housed. Is the plan of
Chairman H. A. Tukey of the real estate
committee of the Cornmercl.il club and
The two are working on a plan of sc
tlon to lay before the Industrial commit
tee of the club. H Is the Idea either to
induce some Individual with a suitable
building to play father to the factory
colony or to organise a company to build
In a suitable location.
They believe that a thoroughly mortem
building, fireproof, well heated, well
lighted and with the best freight ele
vators and adequate power facilities,
would at the sametlme afford small fac
tories better quarters than they can now
flr.d st a rental no gcrsler than they
now pay. and return to the owners a
good profit on their Investment.
"It Is a well known fact that In Omaha
are perhaps fifty or W0 small factories
tucked away In Inadequate quarters in
old store buildings and basements," nd
Commissioner Oulld. "There Is no other
place for them to lease."
Mr. Oulld and Mr. Tukey think all the
ace In a six or eight-story building
covering an entire lot would be snapped
up In short order by factories seeking
better quarters. Machine shops, plating
shops, electrical establishments and print
ing hour.es would be In the class of busi
ness available for such an Institution.
A Serious Breakdown
results from chronic constipation. l:
King's New Life Fills euro headache,
stomach liver and bowel trouble. I.V.
For sale by r.eaton Drug Co.
package of Gold Dust
economical and labor
of keeping house.
GOld DUSt is sold in
5C size and ThXTQO packages.
The large package means greater economy.
Made by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY. Chicago
Makers oi Fairy Soap (the ovsi cake)
"Let the GOLD DUST TWINS
do your work"
Wear The Stetson Shoe
A stranger to the majority of people you
meet, first impressions will be made by
your personal appearance, by your
clothes, and especially by your shoes.
Then travel in footwear of quali
ty, The Stetson Shoe. It
gives you a distinctive tone.
The Dickey is neither too
loud nor too quiet:
just right, a gentle
man's stylish model.
Look it over today, i
16TH AND DODGE STS.
"StettonB cost more by the pair but le$$ by the year"
NEGRO ROBS PAWNBROKER
OF HIS OWN REVOLVER
Jacob Wintlicbe. n pan? broker con
ducting a shop at 4t' Fouth Tenth street.
Is out a 10 revolver as the result of hl
cupidity, and an unknown negro Is "In"
the value of the gun for the ame reason,
last rilRht the. negro entered Wlnthohe's
store and asked to see a gun. Several
were shown him. but the tiero seemed
dissatisfied and at the same time chinked
several Coins ruggeatlvely. Wlnlhobe,
fearing to lose a sale, brouslit out hia
own gun which happened t- be loarted
and showed It to the stra.'iger. During
the demonstration the negro pointed It
at Wlnlhobe and, after cursing him hear
tily, disappeared, gun and all.
ftheriff Kdwln F. Uraltey. Will Ikt
rance. Will lruke and Frank Heard re
turned Thursday from a ten davs" hunt
ing trip In the Hlack Hills In the neigh
borhood of Wood lake. They brouttlit
back no ducks, but fay there were plenty
there. Thev shot Ihe limit dally.
rill mtVe a fittinr des
sert for one of yost finest
inners sad it's quickly
and easily prepared after tail recipe!
H V KfMS CM4, f rmp rUI water, t cvss
toUiae wmm. I f h w. 1 c-p (, hut Iotmhm,
Saft "fl t rM mMWl lnt rfMvnl
vttti bniltiif wafvrt M airw rM, till
M .-t4 1 arid ww and Iraaon Sitt. ukI Mrait
tanaiih Hath law aaaMa.
CaimoN-at eint ami aa fwr rtaUa
waaktr Uu wilt 1 ftv taa aaaaa iraw.lt.
Caarr Kwnt awrkaaw cwatatna t anraKpwl af fata
tlM. tfca t auklaf 4 iwll awarla o4 Jrttr.
Oaf f raw Reelae Itwali ha many etbrr
dainty recisea. Frr fnr ymir grocer ' earn.
P let cansla lot 1c tMams ti grant's Sana.
Oaa. B. Cm Ca..M ban Aaa.. Jaaaalaww. N. T.
and try the
I Vi nitt---r- i it -"Ttti i il naa
khz i1Mnrr7Tzzr7.z;" , , m11:1-,r.a
Thousands of inon como to tliis store when they
nt'(il now underwear. They eonie here season after
season because these men have found that we make it
a nevev-failinK principle to have all makes of under
wear that K'v satisfactory service. It is service that
is the keynote of the situation. It is service for which
you are looking1 and it is that on which we have built
for twenty -five years.
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING NOTED
MILLS, FOR WHICH WE ARE HEAVY
Vaswir Union Suits 31.00 to S5.00
Superior Union Suits jil.00 to $3.50
Tauton Union Suits ,$1.00 to $3.00
(ilassenlturv Two piece Suits $1.00
Winsted Two piece Underwear $1.00 to $2.50
Derhv Mills, heavy cotton 15c
Omaha's Largest and Best
(k "TTtF nouse or " - J
HIGH MeftlT." e """HlltTll wimmmnm-"
Column Finders and Paragraphers onTypawriters
nie Smith I'romior maohine is equipped with a
column finding, column skipping and paragraph
ing device suitable for instantly setting the car
riago at any one of several predetermined column
Four keys at the right of the key-board, numbered
1, 2, 3 and 4, work in connection with four adjust
able stops on n graduated rack at the rear of the
This device is valuable for quickly setting the car
riago at any one of the several fixed indexations,
or paragraphs, as in addressing envelopes or para
graphing in correspondence, tnbuting or doing
work in columns.
'Hie rack bar is ro-Verflible, so that two Beta of stops
may be sot up for various forma covering eight
See this new and convenient time saving device.
400,000 use tho Smith Premier.
There must be some advantage.
It is the policy of this concern not to "punish" a man
for inquiring about our machine. You can visit our office
or ask for a demonstration with no fear of future annoy
ance from salesmen until your order is placed.
The Smith Premier Typewriter Co.
(JfBCTJJJa JAruy. (JV3KJ QTOrWQ
(00 Hui-ks Imiry while I'ota-
men i by the ssck), per tm.
(icnllHn and Win Bap Apples
per box 91.85
Bwtet putatou. per banket SOa
t stu.lka celery 10a
I'uo'iuiif apples, per perk 800
('rosli t:rlp tilnner Knaps, per
13 ikKS. "Argo" glows starch,
I rails "L.U Scouring Pow
trie- Jniportea Caotlle soap, per
lb .' leo
Ohio or Vermont Afapla Hunsr.
per lb loo
-lh. csn) 1'ief.erveil KklrilenH
1'lKS 3 Do
8-ii. Jji r "IjiitiiH" rllve ltclt'ii-
C3rvtQi Cttr& CVd
Come in and select a pair
of tan or black shoes
In 4. A-14A
Matin Every Say 3:1s. Xvery Xifbt
8:16. Advanced Vaudeville. Amelia
tone and Arnian Kalias; Ananopnieud
Mmetrelsi Moiuy Casn; Leeader I)e
Curuova and Company! Elide Morris;
Ikaby stayuiond ana Cuinnyi Ze Vote
rloi aueiotco,; Oryueu-ui Conoe.t
UlCi-eklxe. ifriuesi BUnts lOc, Bbc, oOo,
vl. ateii-ux. itc, best eests Utc -
Equipped Clothing Store.
and Douglas Streets
Toulg-bt, Matins Saturday
A MUBIOAI. COMSDT Ol" COXXiai
MSXT BDKDAT ASTD KOKDAT
Trl-Stay Cast ia
JIM THE PENMAN
sats Wow Sslllna.
University of South Dakota
3 P. M. Saturday, Hot. 4.
CAxiaxToir xiax soxooi.
OMAHA Xiax SOXOOI., BUS
a P. M. Saturday, Hot. 4.
Tloksts BOoi Ksssrrsd Beats 78.
Crsifbtoa rild. at)U aad California.
TOXXOXT X.AST TCKX
Montgomery & Stone
In Tblr lr Musical loeocss
"THE OLD TOWN"
Popular Matin Wednesday
The Red Rose"
"Omaha's Tan Cestar."
"The Knickerbockers" ...."ffJ.f
IZTBAVAOAA'IA AJTD TAUUBTII.I.X
npleiiiild olio Hid liettleast Chorus tills
KeuHon. The world-lntercHt event, The
lA)ve Kiss, Just how and when to de
Ladles' film Matin Xvevy vk Bay.
Matlne Today Bi30l Tonlsbt, Sia,
Beet Vests bbo. Mo hirhes
FOLLIES OF THE DAY
and MH.LIB si mow
'.KB OUtli XX BX.US
(Tryout) for Amateure, PrL BlcaV
XiSdlee' nime Matinee.
Tonls-nt MatUe Today
raUCXS 96a OsTtT
MI99 1VA LAIIIi and the
WOOOWAJtO KTOOK COMJTAXT
In Bugeu Welter's Play ef
iiTur mint c
I IIU vswaaaS
Next M rue t.reui i ome.ly of Kally
j tov e4.auuojr aM Suuoer,
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