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T7TE DM" AIT A RTJNDAV HEEs NOVEMBER 2fi. 1011-
Af FAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
iln707 ntl Council Inipect Sewer
Work and Approve It.
TBOUBLE 07IB AN INQUEST
Ceroaer of ftaanders Comity Teter
mined to Oet Possession of nortjr
f John Hill, Oft of Ice
Leaving the city hall at 50 o'clock yes-
tcrday morning, th mayor and city
council trad a personal inspection, of
t.o Jetter creek and Mud ereHt anwers.
In occordanro with the resolution adopted
at th council meeting Thursday after
recn. - . '
With th exception of some filling that
le to be don In th rlcln'.ty of Railroad
' avenue and Washington etreet. the condi
tion cf th lately constructed eewera was
ttld to be entirely satisfactory and the
' worlt will be accepted without further
With the conclusion of yesterday's In
spection It la understood that City Eairt-
near Roberta will prepare a statement
' of expense on the work, after which
the contractor win receive their money.
It wa a dlapute over some final pay
1 mints claimed by the Offerman sub
contracting company that Induced the
council to Investigate th matter. The
; Offerman people, as subcontractors under
the National Construction company, de
j manded 114.000, which had boen assigned
.' to them by the original contractors. Th
National recently requested th treasurer
to hold up th cashing of the warrant
until further notification, and th Offer
man company eervtd notice of suit.
Mayor P. 3. Tralnor then oidered City
Engineer Roberts to -ehec up th work
and In th meantime the eounoll mad
' th Inspection. It I now cxpto'eJ that
i all difficulty botwem th two oontraotlng
compaale will he adjusted.
Dlspat Over laqaeat.
Alleging that th Amour company le
. liabl for th death cf John Hill, a
, carpenter, who died Wednesday night at
the South Omaha hospital of pneumonia.
Homey Lloken of Unooin, a cloee friend
' Pf Hill's, yesterday demanded an Inquest
tn the death and retained Attorney W. R.
Patrick to look alter th interests of
, Hill wm on of th carpenter who re
ceived Injuries In the accident at th
Armocr 1c house I Memphis on No
vember It When brought to th hospital
wa suffering from two broken legs
' ar.d his Injuries wer not considered 'serl-
,.ius. Later, he died of pneumonia and
nr. It. E. Schlndel rendered a certificate
-pf death accordingly. Thla certificate, It
Is understood, haa been countersigned by
two Memphis physicians who,' It Is
; claimed, aver that- Hill ' had pneumonia
before the accident' '"' , V.
J Immediately upon th roan's deathJUn-;
I dertaker George Brewer was notified to
take charge of the body. Later B -ord'H
aaia to emanate from R. E. Howv gea
j r4 manager of th toeaj Armour, plant,
t directed that the "body b turned over to
.Undertaker Larkln. . J ,:j-r.,: '
In tho meantime Homer Lichens ot Lin
eoln wag communicated with, and at onoa
' came to thla city, where he retained At
torney Patrick to took after th laureate
Of th dead man' belra, wh are said to
be a brother and a nephew, who live In
Finland- la their Interest a demand for
ta Inquest was mad, but Undertaker
. LarlUa refused to aooed to th request
' for the reason that th Armour company
was acting as Meareaj friend to the do
ceased and becaue a doctor' rrtlflet
Indicated th caue of death to be pnu
Kdward Btggerstaff, coroner ef 6aun
' dors county, waa then Introduced Into th
case, and he made a formal demand for
th possession of Illll'l body on the
grounds that the death was caused by an
accident which took plac tn Saunders
' county. Undertaker Larltln, acting on
th advice of the Douglas county attor
ney, still refused to permit Hill' body
to be removed from his possession, and
, th Eaunders man left, vowing that he
would Invoke the legal power of Saunders
county In order to let possession of the
; dead body.
It i claimed by Llckens and Attorney
Patrick that .Hill ha a brother and a
nephew, in whoae name he held an in
surance policy. Hill la also aald to have
owned land In Leigh, Neb. I-at last
night Attorney Patrick wa waiting fur
word from Hill's nephew la Finland. Un-
lee thla man can be located and hi
' power of attorney obtained as to th dis
position nle uncle's remains, th con
tentlon of the Armour company that they
represent th' next friend of the dead man,
. will stand and burial will be made In
Laurel Hill cemetery sometime today,
WiM Heplevla Two Mea.
George Collins, present constable and
Justice of th peace-elect, called at the
police station last' night to ' "replevin"
F. W. ChamUerlaln and J. II. Johnson,
-who were arrested by Collins yesterday
afternoon at Twenty-sixth and P streets.
1 ' tek Bergeant BltlyCorrtgan,' who has
had some experience In the constable's
office, wrinkled his browa In a vain effort
to recall some statute that covered the
"replevin of two men."
"They are my prisoner and I want
them," suld the constable and Justice
rlwt. "I should have placed them tn the
county Jail In the beginning." Captain
Elslvlder, who present at tha time,
informed the constable that tha prisoners
would continue to rest in the local baatll
unlets tome court ordered otherwise.
CoiistaWo Colllna says that Chamber
lain and Jchnaun got Into a fight yester
day aJtert.oou at Twenty-alxlh and P
atreets, wuera ha arrested them. He was
anxious to turn them over to county
Uve stork Mea sa Trip.
With banners and mualc, jO members
of the Live Stock exchunge, heeded by
Secretary X. K. Stryker. will leave 8outh
Omaha this morning at I o'clock tor Lin
coln. The party will travel In a siecii
train over the Burlington, which will
reach the capital on record time.
Immediately after arriving the company
will b entertained at the state farm and
, th School of Household Economic, after
which U will be taken to view the foot
ball game between the Comhusker and
th Wolverines, whh h will laka plac on
the university grounds thla afternoon.
The party will return to fcuuih uir.aha
. mother Bares tail.
While the family waa calmly eating
breakfast the ' upper portion of Hoy
Sweeny's residence at ttellevu read and
Chandler took fir yesterday morning at
t o'clock and caused a loss of $1,000.
A passing teamster called atteotloa of
the family and Mrs. beny rushed to
th upper Story where her young baby
lay asleep. Th woman wa barely able
to get tli child to aafety befure the roof
crashed In. Tl place tarried fuUO Insur
ant, t -
Storrl tees Kast.
iM-lcctiv Hill Morgan of the Chicago
lolu- force left last night for Chi. ago.
taking- with him Jutin Storrle wanted in
tl ti Windy City for wifo abandonment.
liiirle la aaiil to hu Outi UJ hs
Advertising 'Frisco Exposition
I jfc 1 Kit .ir' r- I
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1 r f r r-
' V" a r Tl
v i v Ice at 11 a. m. Chr'atlan Endeavor
tervlce at t 30 p. m , ll by Mr. Earnest
Harvey, subject. "Kx-hoe of Peace and
Ulcaslnsrs," a Thanhs;lvlng servlo. Ifou
are Invited. Preachlna; at 1 :M p m. by
the pastor, topic, "To what Extent Does
the lillils Tacb Concerning, the Forgive
ness of BlneT"
Ft. Martin's church. Twenry-fourth and
J street. P.v. AlfrM C. White, pastor.
Holy communion at 8 a. m. Hunday echool
at IV a. m. Morning prayer, litany and
I'rmon by the rector at 11 a. m., topic.
'The Mesh-age of the Ancient Voice."
Evening prayer and address at 7:90. topic,
"The Place of the Prayer Book." The
services at St. Martin's church on Thanks
Klvlng day will be a celebration of the
holy communion at 8 a. m., and evening
service ut 7:30 p. m. The sermon will be
preached by Kev. F. D. Tyner, At. A. of
Omaha. There will be Sunday achool at
St. Martin's mission on Sunday at 9 80
a, m., and evening prayer at the sams
place at .7:30 p. m.
' "Bowltnax ejf-nrea.
CALIFORNIA AD rANAMA-PACIFIC CAIt IN THE
wife and family last July. He has ainco
worked In the Union Stock Yards for a
commission firm. HI arrest occurred a
few day ago.
Women Serve Dinner.
Members of th local fore of th United
State Bureau of Animal Industry weru
entertained at th annual dinner given
by th ladle of tha First Prasbyterian
church Wedneaday evening. The women
of tha church served th dinner and
Thomas Whit acted as toaatmaerter. At
th conclusion of the meal a very Inter
esting program waa rendered, Following
wer eomeyof th numbers: Miss Emm
Dlckmn, ' vocal solo; Mies. Florence
F.tter, recitation; Mr. Fred Tow! and
Mr. Perry Wheeler, vocal duet, accom
panied by Mies Laefler. Mr. Bertha
Clark Hughes gave a reading and Arthur
How rendered a piano solo.' Dale Bret
ton entertained with a eleight-of-hand ex
hibition, which wa followed by a solo
p'y Edward Baker. Mis Oladyg Van
flnt ; read a leetlon and John Re. tin
crowd th evening with a violin solo.
Altogether th affair wa voted a sue
ftesrre Tap Till.
, Ray Smith, a negro stopped Thursday
venln at th stor of Mr. Sells. Thirty
ninth and Q streets, for th purpose of
making a purohaa. While th woman's
bark wag turned th black la said to have
tapped tha till and made Ma getaway with
$1. He wa arrested a half hour later
by Chief of Detectives Jam Bbeahan.
, -f . Ckarrh , Notice. e
' Ther will b Hunday achbnl at St.
Clement' mtsalon at : p. m.. Sunday,
West 8ld Methodist ' church Bible
school at I SO p. m. Preaching ait f.to p.
m, and I p. in, I
Flrat Chrlfltlan ehurch Twehtv-thlrd
ana 1 streets, Hunday school at 10 a, in.
Communion at 11 a. m.
Lefler Memnrlal church. Sunday school
at 10 a. rn. preaching at 11 a. m. by the
pastor. pworth league at 7 p. m.
St. Luke'a Lutheran church, Rev, 8. It.
Terlon, pastor. Bible school at f:tt a.
m. Preaching at
ciass at o p. m.
St. Hlldaa' guild of St. Martin's church
are arranging for a sale of useful and
Inexpensive articles adapted to Christmas
giving. Thi time and place wilt be an
nounced next week.
First MethodlBt rhurch. Services In
Odd Kellows' hall, Twenty-fouru and M
streets, Rev. J. M. Ilnthwei,, pafftor.
Bible echool at t if a. m. Preaehlng at
It a. m. by the paator. Kp worth league
at 8:30 p. m., .held at Brass' chapel.
Union Thanksgiving services will be
held at Ht. Luke's Lutheran church,
Twenty-fifth and K streets, Thursday, at
10.48 a. m. Rev. T. C. Illsley of the Bap
tist church will have charge of the serv
ices. The usual offering will be given to
the Ladles' auxiliary of the Young- Men'
The United Presbyterian church, Twenty-third
and L atreets. Rev. W. A. Pol
lock, Pastor, Hunday echool at :t a. m.
Homing services at It a. m., subject of
sermon, "Precious Faith." Young People's
Christian union at 6:30 p. m. Evening
worship at 7:30 p. m., topic of aermon. i
"If the Saints Barely Are Saved, Wher
Udell the Blnnera Appear?"
The Alen'a cluB of. St. Martln'a church
held their- regular tnonthly meeting on
Tuesday, November -slf at the residence
of T. J. Parker. Miss Ensor. suner-vlnor
of muHlo Jn the publlo aehuola had charge
of tiro mualual . feat ureal Earl Keeffn.
Helen JUhn and John Kahn, rendered
numbers that werrt'bf a' very fine order.
Th address of th .evenlu was given
by Prof. Oraff, ' superintendent of the
Omaha schools. Ill, subjout was the life
of James WMtoomb lUley-gnd Interpr
tatlon of som ef hi work.
First Baptist "church; Twenty-fifth and
H streets,. Kev., Ct T, Usley, pnator. Bible
school meets' nf 6:46 m.r m: The paator
will prrax-h on the subject. "Seeing the
Invisible." at 11 a. m. Baptist Young Peo
ple a union inmts at 8:S0 a. tn. The even
ing service at T:v will be under -the di
rection of the Men's Bible class, j. p.
Murphy will speak on baraco work aad
W. 13. Cottrell. executive arcrotary of tke
Men and Bellnrlon Movement, will give an
address on "Masculine ClirUtlanlty." This
meeting wrll be at npeoinl Interest to you.
Thanksgiving Fabhnth, November 20, St
the Flrat Presbyterian church. Twenty,
third and J streets, llev.. R, L, Wheeler,
I). D., pastor. Bible teachings at 8:4j a.
m. In all departments. Dr. Wheeler's
morning topic. "Home Thanksgiving
Thoughts." Special Thanksgiving song
..." M' 11
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-5 - S7 2,Tt
. 3d. Totals.
JETTER'3 OOLD TOPS.
79S 7B1 2,324
91 1 2,583
m 15 783 8.JC0
S0 78 2.170
M. fd. Total
th First Presbyterian
noonaay luncheon at
Total 738 7t 620 2.UJ
The women of
church will serve
the church on Wednesday,
Duncan castle No. 3. Royal Hlarhland.
ers, will give a tnuslcale and a dance nti
Monday evening at the Danish timih-.
hood hall. 241S N etreet. All members of
Ferncllffe castle of Omaha are lnuitH
The West Side Improvement club or
ganised Wednesday evening at a meet
ing held at Forty-third and I atreets
The new organisation proposes to work
for Improvement generally and an F
street viaduct. ' .
Charged with shooting within the pity
limits, Jske Hlnchek was arrested yes
terday afternoon at hi home. Twenty
fourth and Y street. Hlnchek asse te that
he discharged hi gun for the purpose of
frightening away two men who wer rob
bing his neighbor's- chicken coop.
Fred Kelly, a 16-year old boy, eald to
have escaped from the state rnnm
was captured last night by Block
rtaicnmnn nD kroner, under BUplclore
circumstances tn tha
store. The back door
eecono. regular meeting of th
-t,iiiivi L-iuu aa nein vveanesaay even
ing at the home of Miss Luelia Baeaett.
one ooutn seventeenth atreet. The routine
business of th club waa ' first gone
through, during which a number of good
times were planned for the coming win
ter. Finishing thla, the evening was given
The key to suoces In business Is the
Jullclous and persistent use of newspaper
When a remedy, such as Duffy'i Pure Malt
Whiskey, has been before the public for fifty
years and has enjoyed increasing sales on the
strength of its merits, substitutions and im
itations are sure to be attempted. When you
ask your dealer for Duffy's Pure Malt Whis
key you aid in doing away with this business
of substitution and imitation. Refuse to do
business with the man who tries to palm off
something "just as good." There is nothing
"just as good" as DUFFY'S PURE MALT
LOOK for the Genuine.
Imitations of DUFFY'S PURE MALT
WHISKEY can be guarded against if you
will carefully scrutinize the package handed
you and note : .
litWhether the neck strap over the cork
2nd that the name and monogram of The
Duffy Malt Whiskey Co. la blovn In
the bottle; and
3rd If the label bears our trade mark the '
"Old Chemist" and signature of the
Company, you can be sure you have
the genuine article.
only to Reliable Dealers
who give you the genuine Duffy's Pure Malt
'V'lmkey when you ask for it. They have your in
vests at heart.
Duffy' Pur Malt Whiskey Is sold by druggists, grocer o d !
la aoal4 bottlea, pric $14)0. If you can't procure) It, Ut u know and wa
will tell you bow to obtain It. Writ for doctor' advic and book of rdp
f r labia and sickroom.
THE DUFFY MALT WHISKY CO, ROCHESTER, N, Y.
k'p. ; t .3vrr I
NAME BAKERTOR "CONGRESS
Candidacy of Jndge to Succeed C. 0.
Lobeck Launched at Sinner.
REPUBLICANS PLEDGE SUPPORT
Baoqaet Held at the Rome
brad Resiablleaa Baeceaa
Uoaalaa Coanty.aad tha
Benjamin S. Maker beoame- a candidate
for th republican nomination tor con
gressman from the Becund .congressional
district to succeed Charles O. Lobeck at
a dinner and celebration ot the recent re
putmiun victory at the Hotel Horn Vri
Judg Lee S. Eatollo. presiding Judge
of the district court, was the first to
mention Judge Bakers name In con
nection with the congresalonal nomination
and turn the Jollification banquet Into a
nomination meeting. Councilman Loul
Berka, formally proposed him as,, a
candidate for the nomination .and the
crowd of ninety or more i men gave,
Judge Baker was the host, republican
candidates at the general election of
November 7, member of tb ooiwty cen
tral committee, and"othsr prominent re
publlcana being th guestav ', Only four
candidate wer absent, they being out
of the city. It wa an occasion for con
gratulation and rejoicing over the recent
victory In county 'and state. An hour and
a half waa spent absorbing delicacies, dis
cussing the election, and . swapping
campaign yarns. .
' J. I., Kcanedy Presides.
Former Con (tress man Joho L. Kennedy
was asked to preside and after express
ing his own gratification over the result
of November 7. which sustained his
prediction as chairman ot the state cen
tral committee. Introduced Judge Estelie.
Th' aged Judg rejoiced. over th party's
latest auccessea, praised the rank arid
file of the party that made those suc
cesses possible, and paid tribute to the
leader who directed th fight. He com
mended Judgo Baker for hi tireless work
a chairman of .th county central com
mittee and a manager of the republican
campaign for the Fourth Judicial district.
When he mentioned the name of Judge
Baker. In. connection with the con
gressional nomination, to be made next
spring, his further utterance waa lost In
applause and cheers.
Councilman Berka eulogized Judge
Baker for hi long and faithful service to
th republican party and concluded by
proposing him a a candidate for the nom
ination and pledging big most earnest sup
port More Cheers and arp'u followed
and Judge Abraham l. Button of the dis
trict court seconded Judge- Beraa'a mo
tion. Mayor P. J, Tralnor of South Omaha,
former Mayor Frank Koutsky of Bouth.
Omaha. Mayor F. B. Tucker of Florence
and Colonel C. I Mather of Benson fol
lowed with brief addresses In which they
approved Berka's motion and declared
they would do all In their power In kup
port of Judge Baker If he would become
a candidate. . , ,
Without any formal vote having been
taken someone moved that It be mada
unanimous by rising vote and thqae who
already had not risen got, to their feet
and cheered. ' .
Judge Baker thanked th diner for
their friendly worda and' their support
and said he would allow his name to he
used, not as a candidate for any faction or
clique of th party because he did n6t
consider the party as divided Into clique
or factions but slmoly as a republican.
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HALIFAX Arfsatlnt .
MEW TURK Fsuiurlvsala
DAY BIG .SPECIALS
na t Mtuk .
for This $35 Guar
anteed Steel Range
A Thanksgiving npclal. Ha
. eight-Inch Uda. flrat claaa bak
ing oven, and Is convplete with
upper warming closet.
Just Like Cut.'
10 QH for This Handsome
"UiiJJ S22.50 Buffet
BXAOTT.T J.XKM II.Z.VB
T RATION. Made, of eelec-
hardwood, t inahed In a
quarter cawed oak.
French bevel plate
Tho Spirit of the
Soa son Pre vails
Throughout' the Store
Yes. Indefl.ech department contribute
' it sbar toward making this store really
an exposition of home furnishing good
ness, newness .and,, brightness. Ail depart
ments are read for you in,, a pleasant
bright, attractive way, and we assure yon
there is always a splendid welcome for you
at this . big store, , Certainly, "Y OUR.
CKEDIT IS- GOOD." . .
for This Massive Pedestal Extension
and Complete Set of Six Chairs
EXACTLY X.IKX ZX.X.VaTmATXOT and unquestionably the'
city. The ma sal v a labia haa a large roand top fitted with
finest value to be found In the
six-foot extension slides, haa a
heavy baae or pedestal strongly supported by oarre olaw feet. The elegant chair are
strongly constructed, have a shaped saddle seat and high croas banister back. R'ementber, tho
cud pie to aet 1 actually worth 130.00, special price tor all
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"II r 'ifil s'n. Isr"' iLtfj
This Useful $5.50 Kitchen
IXACrXT S.nCS XX.X.VSTATI0W and
haa two larce 60-pound flour or meal blna,
two cutlery drawers, and a larj working
for This Handsome $18.50
Pedestal Extension Table.
Similar to Illustration. A. very pretty
pattern, and a wondarful value. Ila large
round top fitted with alx foot alldea, and a
massive round peoeetal dh.
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Trial on any
V 'v J
17.50 lOTt COAX. IIATIU,
heavy caat iron baae and top,
full Liu steel drum, guaranteed
fire pot. heavy grate. Hich
nickel trimmings. SI
! price ....... Ws I
941.50 0-OX.S COIlff 1111 VaT-
EMi poeiMvely tho most eco
, nomlcnl and moat complete baae
burner on th market to1av.
Guaranteed to pay for itself in
th coat or til rui
fuel It saves you,
. .. S32.50
Join' the Big McDoiigall
Oet Tour McOonraU Xitohea Cablnt
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eecur your taar fr. iirhun
at our store for a $1.00 McUougal
certificate, which you can audv aa
flrat payment, and then afterwarda
pay ua only the email sum of 1 00
i"r until ine cabinet la paid for.
in Cash Frizes
AKSJO, ADSITIOIAL LOCAL
rmaxa or ns.oo rasa.
Call tomorrow at our atore and
learn the full nartlrul.r. Mn.ki.
to buy, no promise to mak: lnveatl-
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