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BRIEF CITY NEWS
T Boot Print It.
KfTptUa Chocolates EM. Myern-Dtllon.
Oas, Elto. natures, Bnrress-OraBdsa.
Oa.IUek.Wki, Kaoa. Mip'tt,kUn.
Xp Tonr KoMy ul Valuables In tfi
American Fafe Deposit vault In The Bo
building. Ilexes rent for 13 per year.
Th w Attraction Tha Hawaiian
fnrtet Is now at Olllmana cnf,
Omaha's popular and tip-to-data cafe.
350MO Howard Ptntt.
Two Wo.-n.cn Aak; Dtroroe Mollis
Cummlng., has started uit for dlvorc
atmlnKt Charlrn P. Cummlnct In district
court. I.llllP M. Turkor stalled suit for
divorce ugalrst John Tucker.
Ohlnaaa Oooda Miss I'lillbiick will
have her oriental goods on rale a few
days before leaving city. 2!Wt Kar
nam. Hare curiof, exclusive embroideries,
attractive prices. V.wr.e 11. 61, A-UtS.
Ttamator Ooaa to Kock File IM Lear
Wag sentenced to fjftceu days on the
rock !" by Judge Crawford on a chars
of embezzlement. Lear la alleged to
liave embeziled $-2 from hla employer,
as a teamster.
Prisoners ria4 JKo OaUty Joaepa
Mullen, charted with breaking and en
tering, and grand larceny, and Alexander
Smith, charged tvlth breaking and enter
ing, pleaded not guilty alien arraigned In
criminal court. They will ba tried om
time In December.
JUsort Keeper Fined A raid on Belt
Daniels' resort at 23 South. Thirtsenth
treet netted the city 70 In flnea. The
plates, and other paraphernalia were de
liouse by Sergeant Blgwart. Bell Dan
tola was fined iZO and coata and four
Inmate $3 and costs each.
Locking for x.oit Brother Assistant
Postmaster tVoodard ha received a com
munication from Sherman East, a colored
man living in Tuseumbla, Ala., who la
anxious to ascertain the whereabouts of
Ills half-brother, Henry Jonea, who la be
lieved to be In Omaha. Jonea Is called
Kid" by hi friends, and East aaya that
In order to get Into communication with
the right Jones, It might bo well to add
that "Kid" Jones' mother's name Is Lls
aie. East gave his address as box 47S,
Tuacumbia. Colberfcounty, Alabama.
Another Self-laudatory Proolama.
to -Another proclamation by the Cltl
ena' union through Its publicity com.
siittee offers comparison with the vote
f the recent election and the similar
lection In November, 1S10, showing a
falling off of 3,617 votes, varying from
t per cent in the Twelfth ward to 27i
pur cent In the Eighth and 83 per cent
In the Third, which la cited as evidence
of the "worthy pubtio service" rendered
In preventing frauds "In those wardi
where moat extensive frauds are usually
Philippine Stamps Postmaster
na recoiveu a numoer or. post
Vge stampa printed In the Philippine Is
lands In lm, when George Bmllo
Agulnaldo declared himself prealdent of
the Philippine Island Republic. Later,
when the United States troops took pos
session cf -the Philippnes, the stamps,
plates, and other parapharnalia were de
stroyed. In some manner a few of tho
stamps escaped and Mr. Thomas' friend
has sent him threo or four for souve
nlers. During he world's fair at St.
Louis an attempt was' made to seoure
some of the Agulnaldo stamps, but the
attempt proved fruitless.
Two Trains Xls eon tinned Notice ha
lean received tt the Omaha railroad
offices that the Denver & Rio Grande.
Western Pacific, Denver to the coast
fcueinees ha been curtailed to the ex
tent of the discontinuance of the two
beet trains. No. 7 and 8. Aa neither
of the roads hare offices here, no one Is
able to explain why the move has been
made. The tie-up of the Denver & Rio
Grande and Western Paclflo occurred
about sixty day ago, when the latter
oad 'dropped the Burlington through
tar service and formed an alliance with
the Southern Pacific. Aft. it,..-
until now Denver nMiiii.r.
through car service wt - ,u.
LAUNDRIES RARE IN RUSSIA
American Official Detail, the Dlffl.
cattle of uMlv Clean
If John II. fnodgrase. consul general at
Moscow, ever kicked about Ills lanndry
work while living m u0 Vnlted States,
ho begs the pardon of every steam clean
ing establishment, every slant-eyed Celes
tial and every colored washlady in this
country. What they are dolm? to his col
lars and shirts over there In tho land of
ihe war la horrible to relate. Beside
that, the way they are soaking him In
th matter of prlco is enough to make
my American citizen utter loud wails of
dlatiess. For Instance, they charge a
nickel to do up a collar, and "the work is
unsatisfactory and the finishing is
crudely doue," he asserts.
Chafing under the collar frayed to a
taw-edg by the ruthless Kusslana-Con-ul
General Snodsrasa writes to the Bu
reau of Commerce and Labor a fiery re
l.ort on the wash subject and begs rome
enterprising American capitalist to hurry
over to Moscow and start a real rnltad
IStates laundry. There isn't a modern es
tablishment of the kind In the city, he
asserts. In fact, tho only steam laundry
pen to the public In the entire empire
la at Pt. Petersburg, and that Is too far
from Moacow to send a collar with any
hope of getting it back before anothr
consul general conies Into office.
"Jn the private hnnU laundries," he
cays, "females otily are employed. Tlmy
work deep, dark cellar,, without ven-
tilatlon and poorly lighted, and the work
is unsatisfactory, a Injurious chemical,
are used to 'break' the water, and fragile
nothing lasts but a few waiumgs. The
proprietor, have no thought of time, and
usually an ordinary week s wash 1. not
delivered under a fouulgli
"The delivery is ,,:a(;0 , htfkfla ,
toys or girls on foot, delivery w0Rone
being unknown. i tho r,ajo,.y of
the family washing i3 done In a wooden
tr metal trough and luter rlns.d In a
stream of water. Washboards are just
coming into use. The prevailing u,o
the Junl.er berry has a 'leterlorating er
fet on clothing, cautslng it to tcur In a
lew washings and, where a rartlcl of the
berry adheres to the linen, a Uoie form,
under It. Collars and cuH breaH rapidly
and become fringed and shirts lat but a
Thk employes of the Russian laundries
t from UtolS, month, with board
thrown n. and th. hour, of service as,
frfromT.. m. to , p. m.-Broo"
Running up and down its r, sweeping
and bending over waking bed wlli not
make a woman healthy or beautiful. Hh
must get out of doors, walk a mile or two
every day and take Oiamberlntit-, t10.
lvts to Improve her digestion and regulars
bcr Vrawcla. for ai by :i dealers.
SCHOOL ANDCOLLEGE WORK
Outline of the Week's Events at
HOW TO GET INTO THE GAME
Edaeattonal Vale ml Met lac Plr
nrea In lb gckools rotated
Oat by taveatsr Tom
The Phllomalltean Literary society of
Wayne formal gave a Longfellow pro-
IrfTrnm In the chapel Baiuruay evening.
Tho Missea KlUen, Ptocklng. Kings
bury end Profs. Hickman and House at
tended t'.ie State Teachers' association In
President Conn spent several days In
Omaha duiing the lust week. He attended
the State Teacherj' association, and waa
also present at a meeting of Ihe Board
of Education on Thursday morning.
Miss C'lemmle C. Smith of North Bend.
Neb., Is a new member of the senior
class. Miss Fmlth Is a graduate of the
scientific eourso or the Fremont Normal
college, is a teacher of several years of
successful experience and will receive
a diploma from the advanced course of
this Institution at the close of the year.
At cojiTocatlon Friday Frof. Ie is
gave an excellent talk on current events.
The trouble In China, the war between
Italy and Turkey and the result of the
recent elections were among the sub
jects discussed. Questions of current In
terest are presented to the students at
least once a month.
Miss Viola Marshal, territorial secre
tary of the Tounr Women's Christian
association, made a visit to the local
association from November I to 4. She
was present at the regular devotional
meeting which was led by Miss Laura
Phtnney. The meeting waa followed by
a reception given In Terrace hall to all
young women In attendance at the nor
mal. Each committee met the secretary
during her vlalt and on Friday ofter
noon a meeting with the cabinet was
NEBRASKA WKtEVA NOTES.
Debate with 'Wash barn College Is
A r ran red for Fettrharr,
Last Thursday evening the Dialectic
and Aeolian societies entertained a num
ber of their friends with games and a
hayrack ride, after which the entire
crowd of eighty were served to an oyster
The seniors were entertained at the
home of Miss Ethel Delsell Friday night.
Progressive somerset was played and
later In the evening a light luncheon was
A debate with Washburn college has
bcon arranged to take place some time In
February. The two schools have met for
the last two years, Wesleyan taking both
In a hotly contested match the fresh
men won the second annual Olympics
Wednesday afternoon by the score of 71
Th varsity lined up against the Cubs
Friday In a regular game to keep the
men from becoming stale before their
game November 17 with Hastings college.
Coach Kline strengthened the Cub lineup
by playing quarter, Lut the varsity
watched him cloaely and kept him from
making any long gains. Gleaaon, Sandal!
and IJoCandlee, were not In the gawe
because of Injuries received In the Belle
vue game. The final score was: .VarBlty,
; Cubs, 0. - -
The Pbl Beta Etgma entertained a num
oer oi -Tusnees-'at tneir nan Friday
evenlnz. punch was served during the
evening; and a light lunch of coffee and
sandwiches waa eaten later. After vari
ous forms of entertainment had been in
dulged In all departed to serenade the
Oro girls and their guests with the fra
ternity and college songs.
The Oro girls gave a Japanese slumber
party to a few "rushees" Friday night
at the home of their patroness, Mrs. A. I.
Keener. All were dressed in Japanese
costumes and ate a four-course Japanese
luncheon at miniature tbblea seated upon
Oro pillows. Saturday morning the an
nual yellow and brown breakfast was
given, the college colors being carried
through the entire six courses.
A Dlscoars oa "Hew to Get Into
th dune." '
Dr. A. E. WlnMtlp of Boston, Mass., for
many years editor of the New England
Journal of Education, spoke in the Yank
ton college chapel Tuesday on "How to
Get Into the Gam." He had an audience
of nearly 600 young people from the col
lege and high school, besides the faculty
and the corps of teachers from the city
schools. His address was full of inter
esting Illustrations and experiences drawn
from nearly half a century of educational
work. Ho drew freely upon athletic and
agricultural terms, and his talk had great
InHplrational value. To be thoroughly
and enthusiastically "In the game" of
life the young man or woman must study
and strive and sacrifice much.
The Bouaka-Brisbln prises, which will
give a new overcoat to the young man
and a set of fur to the young woman of
the college who makes best progress in
all studies during the rest of the semester,
offers a new idea In prise givlngv Th
terms of the offer give the "plodder his
chance, white the ordinary method gives
the brilliant student the only real show."
The junior claas of the college will
print an annual this year the second
edition of Oklhe." which will be dedi
cated to Prof. W. J. Murtry dean of
the college, who has served the Institu
tion so faithfully for many years. The
board of editors haa been appointed and
the Yankton student body Is expectant.
I'ERl SOHMAL NOTE".
Students Given Vacation While Fae
ly Allrnda Convention.
Fully two-thirds of the students left
for their home Wednesday to siend the
vacation. There will be no extended
vacation at Thanksgiving time. Work
here will be resumed next Tuesday morn
ing. The humorous miscellaneous entertain
ment given last Saturday evening by
member of the athletic association
betted over 1100. Tho program was thor
oughly enjoyed by tho large audience
At the meeting of the S:lenc associa
tion on Monday evening Prof Gregg gave
aa Illustrated talk on "House Flies" and
Coach Thacker presented soro fresh and
crtglnal Ideas on "Culture and Physical
The November Normalite Is Just out
and devote Its leading articles to ath
letics. Tli reformad spelling Is begin
ning to look familiar and Is meeting with
xenei af approval.
Nearly every ore of the forty-five
Uachers of the normal' was at Omaha
last week and a good representation if
studentv, particularly seniors. Th class
of held a class reunion and luncheon
at the Rome hotel Friday noon.
IMVEBMtV OF WISCONSIN.
Metbod 0f Arajalrlnft Klaeney In
To teach students at the I'nlversity of
Wisconsin how to speak German fluently
the members of the German department
faculty are holding conversation classes
every Friday afUmoon from i to 8
o'clock, at which refreshments are served
and where every word spoken must be
In the German language. The meeting
cf the class are of a socl.il nature and
Instructors' are detailed to assist those
students whose knowledge of German has
not progressed far beyond ".!a'' and
The first "home coming'' ever held at a
university will take place at the I'nl
versity of Wisconsin on November 18, at
the Wisconsin-Minnesota foot ball game,
when scores of former students will re
turn to renew their college Hays. A huge
mass meeting for the "old grsds't and
present students of the university will
open the home coming on Friday even
ing. November 17. At the foot ball game
on Saturday a special section of the
grandstand will be reserved for old "W"
men. Reunion headquarters for classes,
fraternities and clubs will be opened at
various placea and a irenersl alumni
bureau will be maintained at the Wiscon
sin I'nlon during the horn coming.
NEW IDEA IN INDICATION.
Moving- Flrt are IMan Advocated by
N Inventor Edison.
"I hear you have a new Idea about edu
cation. What Is 117" our president In
quired. "I have," said Edison "education by
moving pictures. Teach the children
everything, from mathematics to mor
ality, by little dramas acted out before
the camera, and reproduced In the school
room at very low cost. Sort o' swing
tho education In on them so attractively
that they'll want to go to school. You'll
have to lick 'm to keep "era away."
Every one sat up with a anap. Into
every mind flashed fleeting glimpses of
the possibilities of the scheme the In
ventor outltnad. Edison saw this and
"Take the alphabet," he said. "You re.
member how hard It was to learn your
letters? Why? Because It was dry and
uninteresting. Lord, how dryl But now
see what we'll do: Suppose, Instead of
the dull, solemn letters on a board or a
card, you have a little play going on that
the little youngsters can understand oh,
as small aa that," and the w I lord's hand
shot down to his knee. "The play begins
with a couple of lively little fellows who
carry In a big letter T. They put It down,
and It stands there. Then they carry In
an II. Then a little cuss ootnes In, hop
ping and skipping and turning somer
saults, and" both hands wer whirling
In the air now "as he takes hla placa
next to the H you see lie la the letter I.
Next to him they put down an 8. There
you have th word 'This.' In the same
way -they bring In the letters, or the let
tera run In or dodge Into place, until
the ' sentence " stands there. 'This is a
man.' Then a hand appear pointing,
and up marches a man for It to point at.
Of course, the teacher gives the children
the name of each letter and pronounces
each word as they go along. You can
see how eagerly the youngster will
watoh every movement of the picture
screen, for there will be something going
on there every moment. Nothing like
action drama a. play that fascinates the
eye-i-fo keep the attention keyed up. I
don't think It'll take them long to learn
the ' alphabet that's lively and full of
oharacter." William Inglis In Harper's
14,000 acres of luaho u best land will be
sold under the Carey act at Jerome De
cember It, 1D11. These lands are part of
the Great North Side Tract (a Kuhn en
terprise), and are considered especially
oholce for apple and general fruit cul
ture. Small cash payment and long time
on deferred payments; low rate of inter
est. For all Information write or wire
the Tain Fall North Sid Land and
Water Co., Mllner. Idaho.
LOOKING F0R NEW MONEY
Fastldlons Easterner Hand n Unnrh
of Worry t National
So great has become the demand for
new paper currency In certain parts of
the country to replace old notes, that
Lee McClung. treasurer of the United
States, and J. E. Ralph, director of the
Bureau of Engraving and Printing, are
now making a tour of the subtreaaurtes
to see wlvether some way cannot be de
vised to limit the redemption of bills,
which Is costing more now than the
treasury under present regulations can
well afford. Mr. McClung and Mr. Ralph
are In New York after a study of the
situation In Boston, where the demand
for new money Is keenest,
"The demand for new paper currency
is very much greater now than the a p.
proprlatlon from congress allows to b
fully met," said Mr. MoClung. "We are
trying to see if it would not be possible
to cut down redemptions. I think senti
ment has more to do with the demsnd
for fresh money than sanitary Ideas.' As
for the claim sometimes advanoed that
old money la dangerous to handle, It Is
worthy of mention that during th ex
istence of the redemption department not
a single case has been known there of
transmission of disease in this way,
The life of a 11 bill nowadays averages'
a little over one year. In Boston I no
ticed a note presented for redemption
which left the treasury only three weeks
ago. Th oldest and most worn notes
come from the mining districts, espe
cially those of Pennsylvania, West Vir
ginia and Indiana. The extreme south is
bad In this respect also. The New Eng
land district seems to be more particu
lar about getting new money than any
other section of the country." Pittsburgh
WILL MEAT PRI ES
GO UP ASAIN?
Many Omaha people do not care if meat
prices are up or down, because they have
found that "Minnesota" macaroni and
spaghetti, with their delicious nut-ltke
flavor, lake the place of meat very large
ly and are more easily digested.
.Good macaroni and spaghetti ar four
times as nutritious aa beefsteak, and
they are the best and niowt nourishing
foods known. They can be easily pre
pared in many appetizing way and are
suitable for the daintiest luncheon as
well ss the heartiest feast.
But if you want that rich, nut-Ilk fla
vor be sure and get th delicious "Min
nesota" brand macaroni or spaghetti
made from the finest Northern Durum
wheal, with' all the nourishing Gluten
left In. It is easUy digested and never
gets sogry. All god Omsha groters sell
INDIANS CONfiUER HARYARD
Thorpe's Rig-ht Leg: Causes Defeat
of Crimson Team.
REGULARS SUCCEED SECONDS
larlUle', rinsing; MnrLeil by Pori.
ertnl Interference, ltoaard Mjle
of riangjlna; and ( rls,
CAMMtlDQE. Mass., 'Nov. l.'.-The Car
ll"le Indians continued their rampafrt
among the college foot ball elevens of th
east yesterday defeating Harvard, IS to
15. The Redskins' quiver was full of nr.
rows, which found their mark. Irlnc!pal
among them was the right leg of Thorpe,
the Indians' left halfback, who scored
twelve of Carlisle's points on goals from
Placements. Three of theso goals wero
revelations to the great crowd, two being
from tho thlrty-acven-yard-llne and a thlr.t
from the forty-eight-yard line. Thorpe,
too, waa the pivot of tho Indians' rush.
Ing attack, bearing the brunt of the bat
tie until he wa knocked out in the last
Harvard played a serond team for th
first three periods. The regulars went
In for the final period, but could not
prevent Thorpo from scoring through
Carlislo'a playing as marked by pow
erful interference, a dogged, butting style
of plunging, and a criss-cross play which
had the Crimson at a loss for adequate
In tho second period Plow of Harvard
was removed from Ihe game to slugging
and his team was penalised forty yards.
Reynolds ran fifty. yards for Harvard's
first touchdown In the second period.
The Indians' only touchdown was mad
by Powell in th third period.
In the last period Storer of Harvard
recovered the ball on an Indian fumble
and scored a touchdown from the forty-two-yard
R. E....J. Wheelock
Mogul re ...
niiosiiiiirions: HtrvuM ivn. .n ....
Howard, Blodgett and Hitchcock for
Stow. Fisher for Keayes, Storer for Par-
memcr, 11011 ana iesiio for Magulro,
Smith for Holllsler, Gardner and Brad
ley for Freedley. Wendell and Pierce for
Reynolds, Reynolds and Hettln for Mor
rison, Huntlnttton for Rlackwnll. Car
lisle 11. vvneciocK tor Newasche, Zuxa
for Thome. Touchdowns Phki.II Uw-
nolds, Storer. Goals from touchdowns
Thorpe, Holllster. Fisher. Goals from
placement Thorpe 4. Goal from field
Holllster. Referee J. A. Evans, Will-
A BOLD STEP
To overcome the well-grounded and reasonable objections of
the more intelligent to the use of secret, medicinal compounds,
Dr. R. V. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y., some time ago, decided to
make a bold departure from the usual course pursued by the
makers of put-up medicines for domestic use, and so has pub-
lishfH hmiA.riZt in A nnenli; to t Vi tirVe1j mnrM n 4. ,11 nnA
-----w ' - vvilJ b , 1 V- TVIJUIW VWlAlft, U IUII ttllU
complete list of all the ingredients entering into the composition of his widely
celebrated medicines. . ,
Thus' Dr. Pierce has taken hla numerous patrons and patients
Into his full confidence. Thus too he has removed his med
Iclnes from amon& secret nostrums of doubtful merits and
"placed them In a class all by themselves by making them
remedies OF KNOWN COMPOSITION. By this bold step Dr.
Pierce has shown that his formulas are of such excellence
that he la not afraid to subject them to the fullest scrutiny.
Not only does the wrapprr of every bottle of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the famous
. medicine for weak stomach, torpid liver or bilious
ness and all catarrhal diseases wherever located,
have printed upon it in plain English, a full and
complete list of all the ingredients composing it,
but a small book has been compiled from numer
ous standard medical works, of all the different
chools of practice, containing very numerous ex
tracts from the writings of leading practitioners of
m medicine, endorsing in the strinest ftssiblt terms,
each and every ingredient contained in Dr. Pierce's
medicines. One of these little books will be mailed
free to any one sending address on postal card or
by letter, to Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y and
requesting the same.
As made up by improved and exact processes, the "Favorite Prescription" is a
most efficient remedy for regulating all the womanly functions, correcting displacements,
as prolapsus, anteversion and retroversion, overcoming painful periods, toning up the
nerves and brinjr'inc? about a Perfect state of health. Sold by all dealers in medicines.
It is not neces
sary to tear the
house to pieces
to install elec
Isms. I'mplre-W. (J. lYrwrll, Kwnrth.
more. Field judge-list rv I.. lnihn m
Worcester. Ilrsd llnrsmnn Nitle Tufts
Hrown. Time hVur fiftiMn minute periods.
Yalo Finds Brown
Easy This Season
NEW 1IAVKN. Nov. 12.-Yale lm.l token
Inst year's whipping so much to heart
that Brown could not teach It anything
In the game on Yale field yesterday.
The blue' fifteen points to a blank for
Drown were accumulated with many evi
dences of ea?e. Camp tmuls th only
touchdown, from which Frauds kicked
goal. Captain Howe made two goals from
the field and Francis had most excellent
luck with a placement from tho thirty,
four-yard tine. Ijncup:
Avery L.E.R.K AshhauKh
Scully L.T.iit.T Kaitlett
Kiancls 1, G i(,U Gets
Ketclisni C.X' Donoviin
MclJevItt K.l).il,) Kulp
. lMmul K.T.t..T Krutx
I Komdster K.K.II..K Vilams
Howe vC.) HpracKMna
Freeman R. II. It. II Itian
Camp Lit I..II Lrnney
Dunn t'.K .u!l
Touchdown: Camp. Goal from touch
down: Francis. Goals from field: I low,
2. Goal from placement : Francis. Hub
stltutes: Yale Homelster for 1-avery,
Toinllnson for Kcullv, l.oiee for McHov
itt. Warren and Oallaoer for Paul, W.
Howe and Sheldon for Homdster, Strom
for Howe, Andoison ami Itellly for (.'amp,
l'hllbln for Dunn; Urow n Shipley and
Wilson for Adams, Mitchell for iKmovan,
Goldberg for Gelb. t'rowther anil VVotit
worth for Tenney, Metealf and Marble
for Mean. Umpire: Maurice of Pennsyl
vania. Referee: Pendleton of llowitoin.
Field Judge: Torrey of PeniiHylvnnla.
Head linesman. Havla of Wesleyan.
Time: Four IVmlnute periods.
Carey Act iJind opening 14, MM acres at
Jerome, Idaho, December 11, 1111. This
land Is part of the Great North Side
Tract, w hich haa a record of TI I RICK
TEARS FROM SAGW BRt'SH TO HH'K
HI B HONS AND PWEKl'STAKBR. For all
information, write or wire tho Twin Falls
North Side Land and Water Co., Mllner,
WHERE MANANA LOOMS UP
Speed Mania Checked! In "palu to
Accommodate n Belated
When I reached the station next morn
ing the platform gate was locked and
the train I had hoped to take was1 legally
departed. A railway hangeron. In rags
and hemp sandals, however, climbed the
Iron picket fence nd shouted a word
to the engineer. Then, beckoning to me
to follow, he trotted back Into the build
ing and rapped authoritatively on the
closed window of the ticket office
"Henor," he said a the agent looked
You may have an idea that wiring
your home for electric light means
tearing up the premises and will cost
a great deal. This impression is wrong.
Electric contractors have improved
their methods very much during the
last few years.
Improved methods cause saving in timo, labor and ma
terial less cost to the liouse owner.
Loral electric contractors and our company are pulling
together in tho effort to mako this city one of the best
lighted in the state.
The merit of Electric Light is strong enough to make
its own way, if you give it half a chance.
Co-operate with us to the extent of looking into the sub
ject that's all we ask. Our Contract Department will send
a repreentative to call at your request.
Omaha Electric Light
CSi Power Company
out upon us, "be kind enough to sell this
islnllero 11 ticket."
"The 1 1 11 in I (tone," answered the
"Not so. senor." replied the bundle of
rngx. hniiKhlily; "I am having It held
that this cavalier may take It."
"Ah, very well." responded the of
ficial, and, having sold me the ticket,
he handed the hangeron th key to the
platform gutc. As I passed thrnush It
the latter held out his hand, Into which
I droi)eil a copper.
"Muchlxlinas riihIbh. eaballero." be
said, bowing profoundly, "and may your
grace forever travel lth God."
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FIRE ENGINE HORSES DOOMED
Aato Machine Crowding the I'lc
tnrratin llaahlna Mired Off
The auto truck, with all lis crudities
of little more than a d" ade a no, already
Iihs passed the horse, and keen students
of business economy are. predicting the
early dlsappearnnrn of tlu equine factor
In the world of commerce. Hay by day
the horse show less advantage from a
standpoint of speed, carrying ability and,
especially, cost. With astonishing ra
pidity business men have come to realise
the motor truck Is his natural successor.
Sentiment may suffcf as the horse goes,
but sentiment always must suffer at the
expense of material progress.
In no place, perhaps, has sentiment had
such a blow aa in the case of the automo
bile fire engine. The fire horse always
has been the center of a circle of Inter
est. The grown man aa well aa the
smalt boy lias stood In aw of hla wis
dom ami training. To them It Is a blow
when the horse Is banished from the fir
station. Vet he must go. The foremost
fire fighters and underwriters of the
United states see the auto fire engine
as a necessity, and already It la asserted
that many serious conflagrations hav
been averted by th promptness and cer
tainty with which the auto engine may
be hurried to a fire; while the saving
In cost, following the banishment of tha
horse, either has proven a boom to mu
nicipal taxpayers or has given them
greater protection by enabling th city
to purchase more apparatus. Leslie's
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Judicious end persistent use of newspaper
From this little book it will be learned that Dr.
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agents and that they are made from native, medi
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worked, "run-down,' ' nervous and debilitated wom
en, were employed, long years ago, by the Indians
for similar ailments affecting their squaws. In fact,
one of the most valuable medicinal plants entering
into the composition of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre- ,
scription was known to the Indians as " Squaw
Weed." Our knowledge of the uses of not a
few of our most valuable native, medicinal plants
was gained from the Indians.
No morphln or chloroform
rrotin, S hnnplnir-OniiKh, nmnrlili ln.Orlpt'"-
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THIS BOOK NORTH "rEaFiNG
Tho Adler-l-ka book, telling how you
run KASIL.Y guard ogttlimt appendlclilti,
and how you can relieve constipation ov
gas on the itomach almost INSTANTLY,
lu offered free for a khort time by felin
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fCST IND HEALTH TO MOTHER AKO CHILD.'
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nhed for over blXTY YKAUShv MiLlONb of
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