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TIIK HKH: OMAHA. MON'll.W. IK KMIlKIt 11. 1!ll.
USE AUDITORIUM FOR DEPOT
Beliered Structure Will Be Taken
for Interboro Station.
RETIRED OMAHA POLICE OFFICES
DIES IN IRELAND.
CITY NOT EXPECTED TO BUY
Member of I nnmrrrlal ClnU !
Offer to Omaha la Made to
Preclude Amy Klrka
. t.ater On.
Much speculation as to who will bo llic
purchaser of the Auditorium If the city
does not decide to buy It Is current amon,j
Omaha business men.
"H is my opinion that the Auditorium
company already has a proposition to seil
the building and does not expect the city
to buy, but Is merely offering U to the
city to forestall complaints on that acorc
when It la oli to someone else," said a
prominent member of the Commercial
club. "The wording of the communication
to the city council Indicates a much to
a thinking nian
latfrboro Passenger Depot.
"I believe It Is the idea to make ths
Auditorium a passenger station for two
interurhan electric lines and the Umaha
Street Railway company. The Interurbans
are. the ones now being built out of Coun
cil Bluffs and the Nebraska Traction and
I'ower company, now operating between
Omaha and rapilllon, but which will bo
undoubtedly extended to Lincoln In due
"For a inert: station the entire Audito
rium would not be needed, but tho greater
part of the space In tho building could
be devoted to a commercial arcade, such
as are seen In many other cities In con
nection with Interurban stations, small
shops of various kinds and a restaurant
Omaha Man Makes
Rowboat. Trip to the
Gulf of Mexico
Joseph A. Pavlsi 823. ' V.'iiiianV street
l returned to Omaha Sunday after com
pleting a trip down the Missouri and
Mississippi rlvera to New Orleans, a dis
tance of about 2,000 miles, In an ordinary
fourteen-foot round-bottomed rowboat.
Mr. Davis lert '.Omaha at noon July 24
and arrived at his destination on Oo
During his trip down the riW Mr.
Davis had several narrow escapes and
after losing his way several times man
aged to get to New Orleans without
capsizing once, lie only traveled by day
and at night camped on the shores of
the river. ; Ills only luggage waa a dog
tent, a folding cot, a gun and fishing
tackle. When he had a long ride be
tween towns ha lived on fish and what
little game he shot with a twenty-two
caliber rifle. When within three days of
his Journey he was taken down with a
light case of yellow fever. ' .
While on the Missouri river Mr. Davis
averaged between forty and alxty miles
a day and on the Mississippi rived, where
the current 'was not so strong, he made
but twenty to thirty miles a day. His
rowboat, which was covered with tin on
the bottom, was in good condition when
lie arrived at New Orleans.
When near Barfleld. Ark., the adven
turer became lost In tha canebrakes and
for three days paddled around In the
weeds not knowing, where ha was. After
the first day his stock of canned goods
, gave out! and try as ha might he could
not catch a fish. For two days he went
without food, and on tha last day man'
aged to shoot a wild turkey. - "I have
eaten all kinds of fowl and game," said
Mr. Davis, "but that turkey was the best
thing 1 ever at In rriy life."
During his trip Mr. Davis was not ac
company by any one and said at times
his strength was not enough to cope with
the rough water and he would have to
take In th oars and let the waves take
him where they would, ,
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EARLY SHOPPING MOVE WINS
Large Storei Put Aside Purchases for
. Christmas Delivery.
NEW BOOKS ARE BIO SELLERS
itiMha I'eople r Interested IB)
Many ialhars Well Known
llrrr .nooks of l- lolliin .
Ar II lar Writers.
Mike Whalen Drops
Dead from Heart
Disease in Ireland
An Associated Tress cablegram from
Dublin Isst night brought to Omaha the
news that Michael Whalen, for many
years a member of the Omaha police
force, had died suddenly on the street at
Kingston, a town not far from Dublin.
"Mlko" Whalen left Omaha for Ireland
In May of 1910, not very long after he
had been put on the retired list and
granted a pension for disability as well
as for long service. He was connected
with the Omaha police for more than a
quarter of a century, and during that
time distinguished himself on many oc
casions. He rose to tho grade of sergeant.
and held that rank for twenty years.
His last service was as court officer, but
ho waa then suffering from physical
weakness, to the extent that he had to
give up active wcrk. His friends here
had word from him not very long ago of
a discouraging sort, and were not alto
gether unprepared to learn of his sudden
As a mark of respect the Omaha police
department, represented by Chief Dono
hue, sent a cablegram to the chief con
stable at Dublin, this afternoon, directing
that a floral wreath be prepared for the
Stanley First Man
to Deliver Goods
er Tells Son
to Keep His Socks
H. S. Grogs n, superintendent of the
city delivery department of the Omaha
postoffice. Is finding that the "nixies"
department, Which promised to be a
nerve-racking one, will be tempered with
lot of humorous Incidents. In trying to
locate thousands- o' senders and con
signees Of mlsmailed matter it la not
often that the employes working on the
"nixies" stop to read the text of the
missives, but once In a while they do and
(hey relate many funny and In some
i ni, lances pathetic stories.
Mr. Grogan came across a postal card
upon which waa a pathetic plea from
"mother" for "Fred," In which Fred
was asked not to throw away the woolen
socks which she had knitted for lilm,
as Shi had spent several months In mak
ing them. The letter was addressed to
"Fred Kroppen, Nebraska," and there
for could not be delivered.
Another postal card was from "Daugh
ter Mary" to "Mother," asking where
she should buy the milk, as the milkman
had been tklpplng her for a week.
The Burlington's new outbound freight
house at Eighth and Farnam streets, was
opened to the public with the beginning
of business yesterday. The working force
is organised under Agent J. L. Hartlng-
The' first nfen to deliver goods at the
new freight house was Mike Stanley,
driver lor the I.ee-Glass-Andreeson
Hardware company. His team was backed
up at the unloading platform at 5:30
o'clock. , .
Mike Stanley has the habit of being
the first man on the Job when new
freight houses are opened.
- JJe was the first man to back a team
up to- the Northwestern's new freight
house tbat was opened to the public a
couple of years ago.
The second firm to deliver goods was
the driver for the Paxton, Gallagher
ccmpany, and the third a man from the
Carpenter Paper company. They were
ou hand before daylight, but Stanley
beat them by several minutes.
, owing to some of the Commercial club
members being out of the city, the func
lion proposed, at which It was Intended
to have speeches, lunch and cigars, was
postponed until December 20.
Ritchie Sues for
Money Held by Police
High School Girls
Are Making Candy
High school girls in the domestic
science department are learning tha art
of candy making this week under the
supervision of Miss Neva Turner and
Judging from the toothsome dainties
nutritive sugar val'ies and practical
knowledge that they are acquiring dally
the confectionery art is a good one.
Next week Individual "dainty" pack
ages will be put up by the girls as Christ
mas gifts for the little tots at the Creche
mission. Each package will contain dlf
l'erent samples of candy made by III
The early shopping move Is having II"
effect and tiie big store all report a
usblng business. The espeoliil feature
hlch appeaH t' many Is the arrange
ments which have been nude by the
epartmrnt and oilier Inrge stores
hereby presents bought now will be
cpt by the stores and delivered Just be
"Plks are selling fast." said Henry
Kleser. manager of the book department
f The Hennttt company, "and I notice
that the same persons return each' er
o get good books for gift giving purposes.
ome prominent cHixens may be de-
ended upon to buy certain volumes as
soon as the sale Is announced. There are
lways a few volumes of local interest
hlch go fast because the public knows
or hns a knowledge of the author.
"ljst year the "Victory of Allan Hut-
ledge' by Alexander Corkey had an un
precedented sale In this city, also "The
rrlre of the Prairie,' of which book Dr.
Davidson. former superintendent of
cliools, to my knowledge bought over
fty copies, so delighted was he with It.
This year the 'Testing Fire' by Mr. Cor
key Is enjoying a tremendous sale In the
wesl. It Is a strong piece of fiction and
n my estimation excells his first book.
'The Foreman of the J. A. 6' by Mrs.
Joy Johnson of Omaha Is attracting wide
ttentlon us a product from a woman
who Is but In her literary Infancy as a
writer of western fiction once the worlJ
nows of her work.
'Kecne Abbotts' ''A Melody In Silver.'
a another volume by an Omaha author
who is enjoying a strong local patronage
as well as a national one.
'Fiction, of course, takes the lead In
number of volumes sold; however, the
class of fiction bought today Is of a
strong character. For Instance, we are
selling stacks of Porter's The lUrves-
er,' Duncan's 'The Measure of a Man,'
Wrights 'Tito Winning of Karbara
Worth,' 'Iceland's "The Iron Woman,"
Mrs. Ward s "The Case of Richard Mey
nell," while In the little Christmas gift
volumes Clara E. Lughlln's "The tllrnn-
ers." Pickett's "The Fourth Physician.'
McCarter. the author of the "Price of the
Prairie' and 'The Peace of the Solomon
Valley "; Morgan s "The Hoy Who Brought
Christmas,' Rupert Hughes' 'Miss 31S.'
wrhile (Hugh Black's books, "Comfort"
nd 'Happiness' ure strong volumes."
CHICAGO LAND SHOW HAS
Colonization Agent McConough of the
Cnlon Pacific Is back from Chicago,
where he spent several , days In attend
ance upon the land, show that closed last
Saturday night; Mr. McDonough says
that, .like the Omaha Show, the Chicago
affair was a great success.
In the Auditorium of the Chicago J.antl
show thaCnlon Pacific Railroad com
pany cause to be erected two theaters,
or lecture balls, each having a seating
capacity et 450 persons. In these theaters
there were continuous performances from
$1:30 to 10:30 o'clock each afternoon and
during the continuance of the show the
attendance! the two places' aggregated
STATEMENT OF TROUBLE
BY MRS. BETSY B0R6ES0N
Did Not Believe Anything; Could
Bring Relief So Quickly.
NEW REMEDY CAUSED SURPRISE
K inert a Manner of I. Ulna In
he Thickly I'opatale.l Parts of
Ibis Country Makes tinod
tne tf the most Interesting statements
yet made In connection with the Introduc
tion oft the remarkable new tonic "Ton
Vita" Is that which was given recently
by Mrs. Betsy Hcigrson of No. 8SJ0
Franklin street, this city.
Mrs. Korgcaon wald : " l didn't believe
any medicine could help me so null kly.
I suffered with extreme nervousness and
many other complaints. 1 Iom my appe
tite and couldn't sleep soundly In fact.
I have been generally debilitated for a
long time. My condition grew constantly
worse. I tried various kinds of remedies
without any results. I finally loat all
energy and felt completely worn out and
"I heard about the khhI "Ton Vita'
wan doing In Omaha and decided to give
it a trial. 1 began the treatment and felt
Immediate results. 1 have now taken
the medicine for one week and am gain
ing In health dally, and the change really
surprises me. My nervousness has about
all gone and I feel thoroughly benefited.
I don't believe I could praise 'Tona Vila'
"The manner of living In Die mora
thickly populated sections of the I'nlted
Htatea Is such that nature finds it Ini
poxHlhle to keep the human machine run
ning true and strong day after day with
Us, vitality being sapped by the constant
nervous strain," said one of the special
ists who are here Introducing "Tona
Vita." "Irregular hours," continued this
specialist, "hastllly eaten food, tho wear
and tear and rush of the modern life, all
are "partially responsible for the Immense
amount of dull, listless, half alrk peupie
Of tho present generation. Debility, or a
run down condition,' as It Is called, Is
everywhere. Half of the people I see In
restaurants, street cars, theaters or on
the street are unmistakably In a debili
tated condition, and their nervous sys
tern drives them either to He down and
rorit or to rush madly after more excite
I'The medicine wo are introducing here
to combat this condition we believe to be
tho best preparation ever before sold to
the public, In that It is Immediately rf-
fectlvo In cases of debility and the oilier
troubles that go hand In hand with this
disease." From a. m. to 6 p. m. the
specialists will continue to meet the iub
lie for a limited time at Brandels Drug
Dept.. lfith and Douglas Sts., south side
Mo Invalid could earn a dollar by magaslne soliciting.
Be would have to reach one hundred people for every order.
OaTXT by act of MESOT eaa a friendless paralytlo survive,
but If aa a natter of CKAsUTY, the public will favor mi
of Titular Church
ROME, Dac. ll.-Cardinal Farley, after
attending a dinner given In tha Irish col
lege today In honor of Cardinal Bislettl,
took possession, of his titular church,
Banctl Maria Zoprara Minerva. The cers-
mony waa Imposing. The church was
crowded with 10.000 parsons of all nation
Cardinal Farloy sat on J ha throne, sur
rounded by clergy and received the hom
age of dignitaries of the church.' "
croup Asthma coughs
bronchitis catarrh colds
" CSTOkl'SHrO WTS .
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chial itmMm. araUlst arer. , Vss.rls.4 Craw.
nmf tU prvsrt WUosslsf Ck sa
miens Ctvaa M . nfmn
from Astasia, The i ! nrtT astlns
tie,lalr4 wlta "rf , auko hrntkist
ratvt KwUn the tart thtMt ea pt ch Mttk.
mrlDt iwtftU Hfhts, It to lelbl Betbsn
with vwnt telUrsa. v
6aS at aoetsi lor swcnim wm.
Ti yCnnlnu AntUtftit
Tkri Tsi'M fof the
Ifmaanl thoM. Thsy
am iml,aaTfte ana
sattatftflc Of yaar
nitiM a ftaai a, las
Yap CrtMleM Co.
Save Magazine IVIooey!
Earn S5.000.00 for Charity
Dack Droken Friendless Dedlasl Must Support Sell or Perish
with their order and renewals at tha tOWlIT pobllsh.a
prtoa. H.OOO can be earned for CAtTT. nfl n a mat
ter of CHARITY, tha Interest will bring ma (39.00 a month
for life and later pay a nurae's wages or endow a hospital
eot lorsver f a,7SO oi wmoa is
4.1G3 More Subscriptions Earn $55,000 for Cliarlty
THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN Weekly $1.50
6,337 WRITTEN $2,750 EARNED 4,163 YET TO WRIT.
POSITIVELY MUST HAVE 1,663 SUBSCRIPTIONS IN DECEMBER.
EVERY BLESSED ORDER OR RENEWAL EARNS 50c.
Paralyzed Eleven Years
lli,flll .lit ...,f a,.n,t Ini'iirnhlnft 1 1 iftritfiirn tmvllllZ
but a short lime In live, as an only h'ne of iirovLlon for
my decline: For 4.111.1 more aulwcrlpt Ions to me above
magaxlnea the pul'llshers will deposit I.V000 with tha
Conservative Mayings A Irfian AssocliUlon for u y benetlU
tho Tr1nc1ral to revert to somo ("HAlti.- to lo chosen
bv tho VOTK of tny subscribers $2.7MI of which Is earned,
also any puttllKhor below will add 2ul for 600 aubHcrlp
tlona In ficcenibcr.
I mailed 110,000 catalogues In Omaha with srurccly a
replv; .10,000 people received my stury, but returns do not
come, yet failure means death, for "whereas tha rubllu
v . .
expects tne siipernumnn, ncipi i
ltcincinher, whereas, the thief receive a fair trial. It
Is vet tieiessiirv to lock up the Jury to enforce delibera
tion 1 would not even receive a hearing. No man ran
luilge results, but this 1 certain, (10.000 peopla auliacrlbe
for the I "oat and Journal In Iowa and Nebraska alone. I
wrote 4,800 subscription last year myself. A thousand
purchased these iiiagaliice on news atands, who coulfl
save 1.10 a vear. A thousand people order the foat and
Journal for gift purposeM lit innaba alone.
Thousands and thousands of other magailaas eaplre.
Won't you please get them lot
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Ben Wolf. . J222-24 North Nineteenth
street, porches to dwellings, Ti00; J. O.
Sterner, Kvana street, frame dwell
ing. t-V.iOO; Omaha Wet Wash laundry,
:S07 Farnam street, brick store building.
U,uO; Armstrong-Walsh company, 111,2
Page atrect, frame dwelling, 12,I00.
x Reduced Prices
1613 Farnam St.
TO READ THIS CAREFULLY WILL PROBABiY SAVE MY LIFE.-
Business i oium
To find one's body llfelees from waist down with
neither feeling nor functual knowledge or control, would
be an appealing affliction under the most opulent clrcuu
stanres. but for ona utterly friendless and destitute to suf
fer such an Injury, to be literally compelled to support
oneself or perish Is a fate whlcli exreeda comprehension.
It la absolute nonaetise to suppose that any ahutln
could earn a livelihood by magaaine solid tin;. Ha would
not receive a dosen orders a month nor could lie attend
to sufficient business to Insure support.
Perhaps you can imagine my plight, four years ago
when I found myaulf bedfast and absolutely alone In n
empty house,, compelled to prepare uiy own food on a gas
plate beside, my bed. ......... , ,
The flrat season' 1 mailed an appeal to 1.000 ladles,
asking a 1300 prise which enabled ma to arrange for the
life lease of tny cottag. Hut I often worked until a. m.
getting In my orders and n.-uat have collapsed had not l.ev.
Mackay sent a lady to help.
Gate City Furniture and
Warehouse 2207-220 Ixard L
Office 624 No 16th Ht.
Htoraga with" ua and. you will save
money. Wa glva tha bast of service.
Phones. Doug. 3768; Ind. B-3016.
Have .iur man call and sea you.
DEFENDANT IS REALLY
PLAINTIFF IN THIS CASE
Suit of the West Point Creamery com
pany against the Jerpe Commission com
pany for M0 on a butter account went
to the Jury in Judge Redlck's court yester
day afternoon. Though the creamery com
pany literally Is the plaintiff and seeks to
i recover , the actual plaintiff Is the
Jerpe Commission company. It admit
ISOO of the debt, but wants $400 deducted
A. 8. nitchle. the attorney employed by on the ground that some of the buttei
Jamea Wilson and John Burns, the si- was not up to the government standard
Ir ged Dei by, la , bank robbers to secure
their liberty on wills of habeas corpus,
after they had been arrested by the Omaha
liolice, aiarttd suit lit county court to
leplevln from the police department $819,
which the men assigned to him. The ault
will come vp In county court Wednesday.
The money was taken from Burns and
Wllaon when they were arrested and Is
being held by tha police department,
pending court orders. Burns and Wilson
were taken to Iowa to atand trial Friday
Just affrY their attorney had succeeded
In his habeas corpus proceedings.
Ask Your Doctor
A Strong Tonic - Without Alcohol I A Great Alterative . Without Alcohol
A Blood Purifier - Without Alcohol I A family Medicine . Without Alcohol
Ask your doctor if a family medicine, like Ayer's Sarsaparilla, is
not vastly better without alcohol than with it. yii!"'
Th t,t vh in establish
Curtis prUes to tha Child Having Institute, thereby earning '
ll.ooo for tnem.
Had any ona of half a dosen Charities permitted ma to
havo repeated this offer, provision for my decline could t
have been nicely arranged. Hut 1 could not get a beard
ing. A paralytlo could not live alone, however. '
Therefore, a year ago, to Insure sufficient bnalneaa to
nay a woman for my care, C arranged with dlf terent tuh- ,
llshers whereby for t00 subscriptions any month.
would deposit IS60 towards a fund of l.000 for my bene-,
fit, the principal to revert to soma CHAhlTY to be uaoldstt a
by the VOTB of my subscriber. '.1,000 waa earned but 1,,
loat half iny working capital. r.'kl
Thufc, tno publishers provide fuel anl light and pay "
I3. a 4iionth for clerk and 20 for nurse which la business,
expense so long as I get tho business. As I live and sleep
In in y office, iny maintenance cost less than It would in
an almshouse, else I could not live at all.
Friend Oils Is a matter of life or death with tne. Isolated as I am I could not poaaibiy earn ijuu je.r.,.
But If the public will give Its eupport to earn this $5,000 for CHARITY I will have earned a LIFE'S INCOME of i
$300 a year for throe, year.' work besides TREATMENT and LIVING EXPENSES which would have been,
UTTERLY IMPOSSIBLE by any other plan. . , , .mL
As It will be Impossible to write 600 gubgcrlptioua eacn montn during tne summer. mua. ""'""' .
1,663 subscriptions in DECEMBER. I cannot get them myself, but 1.000 Farmers would find THE COUN
TRY GENTLEMAN, the best Investment they ever made. t,V.in ,r.i,n
I could save 1,000 people $1.10 a year on the SATURDAY EVENING POST and LADIES' HOME jpn
NAL. being the difference betweeu the "Ingle copy and the yearly subscription price. 1,000 people cr"
these magaslneg advantageously for gift purposes. Gift cards sent on request. , .
If 1,000 people will place their order In uuuumuhiK tne iuii so.uuu win iuuuw u um
ought to contribute 60c. DON'T WITHHOLD IT. Write for catalogue and story.
Dignity Is a barrier, but I believe you will. God bless you. I . ,
NOW RUSH THEM INt UW
Your check is good, 'Phone Douglas 7163, Always address, .
GORDON, The Manazine Man, Omaha, Neb.
c it jiin
and It had to pay fines and court costs
to a total of $100 to protect Its customers
w hen federal food Inspectors made trouble.
Judge Redlck overruled a motion to di
rect a verdict for the plaintiff, the West
Point Creamery company.
CHIEF STOPS DISPLAY
OF ITALIAN PICTURES
A delegation of fifteen men, represent
ing tha Italians of Omaha, called on
I'ollce Chief Donahue and asked that
the moving pictures at the F.llte theater.
Fourteenth and Doubles street, depict
ing scenes of the Italian-Turkish war
be stopped. After hearing the case Chief
Donahue sent for the proprietor of the
thtater and ordered that the war picture
not be shown again In the theater.
Hsltlraor at tthto Hallroatl.
Winter tours to Florida points and He
vena. Cuba, via Washington. D. C, or
KsJlliaore, Wd. Liberal stop-overs. Va
liable route tickets via rail alid water or
all rail at reduced fares. Bend for Illus
YOST -High Grade Furs
I EXPERT REMODELLING
elate Corner SOth and Farnam.
Telephone Douglas U040
WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
Instead of accepting Rev. John Mat
thews' resignation as pastor of the First
baptist church the officers of the church
granted him a leave of absence until he
fully recovers from an operation which
he will undergo the latter part of thU
week at a hospital In Kansas City. When
Itev. Matthews tendered bis resignation
tha congregation Immediately asked the
board to refuse to accept It.
Licenses to wed were granted to the
Name und residence. Age.
Harry K. Hanson, Chicago .11
Nelile Imtson, Umaha 1
John Knell. Omaha IM
Ludovica Alavher, Omaha
Carl C- Jensen, Omaha 84
Kllen I.. Hansen, Omaha II
v il'lHm H. Hall. Fairmont, Neb 57
Mary K. Uuauard. Lincoln, Aeb, &u
Walter truss. Ulldden, la a
(liace Croaseite, Carroll, la
Uiiif?'! "oleman, Atchison, Kan II
Vnoiina bairy, Atvnlaoii, Kaa 1
etiould te tcmptang m appearance,
,'ve keen zest to the tood and aia
AM Bee vfnauiy
The selected hop, b-day
A js 11 thw and more, i ne seiecA, Wf.,
mah and Patit exclusive proc, give.
.v w w m a
it that delightful appetizing tonic
and rich mellow tuvot
that distintfuislies It Jtfj,
ViW tromU other beer,
dssa " g ase
Tha Pabat Csrsaasy
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Tel. Oeufku 71 and A 1471
The Christmas shopping rush will soon
be on and then travel on the street cars
will be attended with more or less crowd
ing and discomfort, in spite of all the
provisions we can make. We therefore
earnestly urge the public to Shop Early.
Stocks of merchandise in the stores are
now at their best and sales-people can
wait on you more satisfactorily now than
they can later.
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W. A. Preston. T. Y. A.. Chicago, or
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Kvtlyn May, Omaha il
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