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- BRIEF CITY NEWS
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ryptUn Chooolrtti 80o. Myera-DUlon
Gat, Elso. Vlatnrss. art-OrBua
Tw Orals Esotaanf Ibmbtr-O. S.
ftalnbolt, formerly with the Caver's Ele
vator company, lias bought a memherhlp
In the Omaha drain exchange and ha
established the Ilalnbolt Corn company.
BlaJt to Appeal to tht Council
George Blake, a permanently disabled
member of the fire department, who re
cently Ftarted suit to compel the city
to Increase his pension to M a month
tinder a new state law, dismissed his
action In equity court and will ak the
city council to make the Increase. The
proceeding- to secure the Irtcrease was
Improper, the courts bavin held that
the desired action firH should be sought
before the council. If it refuses, then
an appeal to the courts will be proper.
Haw Stamp Soiling Machine The
Young Men's Christian association has
Installed a stamp selling machine for the
convenience of the membership and the
general public. The same Is unlike any
.that are now In the city, selling stamps
at actual value. It la provided with five
compartments, the first one selling 1
cent stamps for one penny : the second.
2-cent stamps for two pennies; nnother
compartments Bells five 1-cent stamps for
a nlckle and still another selling five
2-cent stamps lor a dime. It also pro
vides a place for single 5-cent stamps.
AVERAGE DUALITY OF HOGS
IS BEING WELL MAINTAINED
CINCINNATI, O., Dec. (Special Tel
egram.) Price Current says there has
been ah erllarged suppfy of hogs avail
able for packing purposes the lust week
and they have been absorbed at fairly
steady prices. Indications are that the
average quality of stock Is being main
tained without much change or better
ment In average weights. Total western
slaughtering were 740.000. with 695,000 the
preceding week and 403, 00a two weeks ago.
For a corresponding time last year the
total was 64A.O0O and two years ago 706,000.
From November 1 the total was 4,810,000,
against 3,550,000 a year ago, an Increase
of 1,260,000 hogs. Prominent places com
pare as follow from November 1 to De
Chicago ....1,0(,000 $.ono
Kansas City MO.000 3fl0,000
South Omaha 2W.0C0 liin.aw
St. Louis 495,000 306.000
t. Joseph , S20.000 1SO.00O
Indianapolis ... SOO.OOO m.ooo
Milwaukee 204.000 l(i5,000
Onelnnati 113.000 H0.000
Ottumwa, la 96.000 68,000
Cedar Haplds, la 78.000 67, OK)
Hloux City, la 1S0.O0O 110.000
' St. Paul, Minn 145,000 I30,ooo
Cleveland, 0 136.000 105,000
A. TURKEYS FOR CHRISTMAS
& TO BE FIFTEEN CENTS
Martin F.eum, manager of Hayden
Bros.' meat department, says, turkeys for
the Christmas dinner will be IB cents a
pound and possibly lower. He has bought
a carload In South Dakota and will make
further purchases today.
The price, he predicts. Is lower than
has prevailed on turkeys for years. Tht
Thanksgiving price ran all the way from
1854 cents to 26 or 27 cents a pound,
which was lower, on the average, than
the prevailing quotations of the 1810 holi
Mr. Reum jays geese will be about 12Vfc
cents ami chickens 10 . cents a pound.
These figures ftlo are considerably below
the Thanksgiving prices.
OMAHA MUSICIANS ARE TO
HAVE SEVERAL DANCES
The committee of the Omaha. Musicians'
association having In charge arrange
ments for tho coming convention of the
American Federation of Musicians has
ired to give a series of dances to
take place on the following dates: Rustl
ing's hall, South Omaha, Wednesday,
unuarv 10: Masonic hall, Council Bluffs,
Tdonday, January 22, and Crelghton hall.
Omaha. Tuesday, February 6. As usual,
a large orchestra will be featured and a
special Une of muslo published by eastern
music houses expressly fur the coming
convention will be used.
t EX-PRESIDENT MORALES OF
SANTO DOMINGO ARRESTED
BAN DOMlNOO, Dec. 21. Ex-Presldeni
Morales with some followers landed to
day on the east coast of Santo Domingo,
They were at once taken prisoners and
vre expected to reach this city In the
course of the afternoon. They will be
brought before the court on a charge of
conspiracy. The country Is absolutely
A Christmas Problem Salved,
Why not give your friends and rela
tives "an all-year" Christmas present of
some popular magailne and at the same
time give a bedfast Invalid a chance to
make his living?
John Gordon, the magazine agent at
2423 South Twenty-fourth street, has sac
rificed every cent he possesses to gain
publlo Interest In earning a prize of $6,000
for charity, so that he may have the
interest of J3U0 a year, which will by no
means support him, but still will hinder
his ever having to return to an alms
It people only knew and realised what
a terrific fight for existence against In
difference, prejudice and other odds this
paralysed man with a broken back Is
making, no one would hesitate for a
moment or ever forget when their maga
zine subscriptions expire to send them to
Cordon, the magailne man, Omaha.
'Phone Douglas 7103.
For W0 subscriptions to the Ladies'
Home Journal and the Saturday Evening
l'ost each month till June the publishers
will deposit 5,000 with the Conservative
Savings and Loan association for his ben
efit, the principal to revert to some char
ity to be chosen by vote of his subscrib
ers. lie is working night and day, gradu
ally sinking Into debt because of lack of
support and Influential backing. Mr.
Gordon must have 2"0 In December or ha
cannot earn his pension.
It is time to rally to his support or he
will be overwhelmed by failure. ,Don't
hesitate; mall or telephone your order or
renewal at once. Gift subscriptions will
be acknowledged with a beautiful Christ
mas folder announcing your favor to
reach your friend by Christmas.
Now rush them In. (Signed) M. C.
D. C. Huell, head of the educational
luicau ot the Union Pacific, has a duiitfii
ler at his home.
W. 8. Wblteen. secretary of the Lincoln
Commercial club, U In Omaha.
Mrs. K. M. H. O'Unn, an attorney from
t'ha.ron Is here In a rune of the PhlU
e:piil Murigge and Trual corupanv t
.' JuU.e iay.
LAWLESS PLEAS ARE ALIKE
Senator Borah Compares Methods of
Dynamiters and Monopolists.
BIO BUSINESS IS ARRAIGNED
fthrrmaa l.arr M'oald Re flood If
ame Kffert Were Made te Per
fect It a Is Made to
SEW YORK. Dec. 21.-9entor William
K. Corah of Idaho, at the Young Re
publican club tonight, marts an address
that breathed fire In every word for
"lawless big business" and little lola
lors of the In w as well .
He drew a significant comparison be
tween the McNamaras, the contrast
dynamiters, and the old Standard Oil and
"To save their worthless lives." he said,
referring to the dynamiters, "they' en
tered pleas of guilty, Insisting that they
did It all for principle and expected an
astonished world to accept their whining
"There Is another court record which
we will In passing, notice alsa. Bound up
in many volumes you will find the full
recoid of two of the late noted decisions.
It Is a tale twice told, of selfishness and
greed, extortion and lawlessness. The
plea of Justification Is not unlike the
plea of the planters of dynamite, for
although the acts are clearly In viola
tion of law and the rights ot (he public,
It Is claimed nevcrthlcss, that It was all
done In the Interest ot business growth
and Industrial gropress.
"This Is the best plea and the only plea
that twentieth century business; can fur
nishall that could be raid by those so
rarely gifted and rlchiy endowed with
this world's goods and Intellectual power,
and of whom the government Hnd hu
manity have a right to expect much."
Enforcement of Law.
Respect and enforcement of the law was
one of the keynotes ot Senator Borah's
address. Obedience to the law, he said,
was the bedrock on which powerful gov
ernments are built, and he believed this
a time when a political party could afford
to make It a cardinal tenet of Its faith.
In no other first rate nation, be said, is
law so disregarded as In the United
"There Is no place where life Is so In
secure against bomb or bullet, where
criminal laws are so Ineffectually en
forced, where corruption Is so little con
demned in publlo opinion and where de
fiance of law In the highest walks of
life so generally prevails. To leave law
unenforced, to cultivate a disregard for
its obligations is but to fallow the ground
so -that In after years there may be one
law for the poor and another for the
rich," said Mr. Borah.
He added that the McNamara cases and
the trust cases were strong and uncon
tro verted evidence ot what Is fast becom
ing a. national disease. He said ha had no
sympathy with the prosecution of busi
ness men who erred unknowingly.
"I refer alone," he said, "to that class
who sit In their offices with ' trained
lawyers and plan how they may evade
the law and its penalties. If a man lies
In wait for his adversary and slays him,
unwarned, will it be a defense for his
lawyer to say to the court that his client
has always had difficulty in distinguish
ing between voluntary and Involuntary
,111a; Men Kvade Law.
"It is not only of the things condemned
by the rule of reason, but by the dictates
of conscience and common honesty that
the publlo complains. I do not enter a
defense of our. anti-trust law; 1 am
(rank to say 1 doubt both its efficiency
and completeness. But it Is the law and
if half the energy and ingenuity of our
business men had been put forth to per
fect It, that has been expended to suc
cessfully violate it and make it worth
less, we would long ago have had a law
which wotild protect all legitimate busi
ness and make all business legitimate.
"I sympathise sincerely with the man
who In his hunger or his disappointment,
In discouragement or despair, thinks he
can better conditions by taking the law
Into his own hands. In the hour in which
order shall be driven from its high place
in the temple of liberty and In which
lawlessness and might shall come in Its
stead, In the fearful struggle to follow,
the first man to go to the bottom to re
main there will be the man who toils.
"But how shall we excuse or long
sympathize with the man of influence
and position, of wealth and prestige who
still by word and deed teaches disrespect
for or defiance of the law? Does he not
know that it is useless to long expect law
and order in the common walks of life
when lawlessness reigns supreme In tits
"The danger lies In procrastination.
We learned once at tremendous cost of
life and blood that you may have your
fugitive slave law. your Missouri com
promise, your Dred Scott decision, your
flat of government, your compromise
with wrong, your barter with Justice, but
the hour of reckoning and readjustment
comes tardy, but Inexorable. It is pos
sible, my friends, to go on until men of
great fortunes, whether Justly or un
justly earned, will stand stripped like
the slave master of the south not alone
of his slaves, but stripped of his wealth,
earned- through two centuries of 'un
Warning- Aaalust Delay.
"It us not trifle too long with that
widespread passionate sense of wrong,
even among the more conservative, aris
ing out ot the belief that large fortunes
have been built up at the expense of the
poor, and that men, women and children
go hungry while others revel In waste
and luxury. It Is possible to go on until
the soldier called Into the street to pro
tect property mil fraternise with the
"You will hear often in these days that
certain men are engaged In experiment
ing with new plana of government and
"We do not need a -new faith; we need
the simplicity, the directness and self
surrender of the old. We do not need
a new gospel; we need rather to preach
the creed of Washington and Jefferson
and Jackson and IJncoln with a tongue
of fir? throughout the land. We need to
have constitutional morality declared as
was the gospel of old to the rich and the
' "Choose ye this day whom you will
serve, the few. the selfish, the lawless,
and see our party continue broken in
faction and desserted by thousands of
the rank and file, or the Interests of the
countless thousands, whose hope and
happiness Ha In the direction of equal
opportunities, of Just and equal laws,
and sec our party take on the strength
of the days when It defied the arrogant
power of slavery and apealed to men's
common sense of Justice now as then
bowevr. t deal not In malice and re
venge. In hatred or destruction, but In
equity end Justice, In protection and
security alike for all, rich and poor."
OMAHA MEN HONOR THE NEW
UNION PACIFIC PRESIDENT.
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if f j
ft, hs f t y :A
duest of Honor 'at a llanqiiet at the
Commercial Club This livening..
HOUSE YOTES ON TREATY
Congress Ratifies Abrogation of
Pact with Russia,
MEASURE SENT TO PRESIDENT
Csar Expected tn Assent to ev
Treaty After Taking Ills time
to cko latlon Daring
WASHINGTON', Dec. 21,-Congress to
day ratified the president's notification
of the termination ot the Russian treaty
of 1832 and sent the measure to the presi
dent for his signature.
The house disposed of it according to
program within seventy-five minutes.
Speaker Clark signed It at 2:56 p. m.;
Vice President Sherman signed It at
8:51 p. m., after the senate had remained
In session purposely to permit him, under
the rules, to affix his signature, while it
was In session.
' Tomorrow congr i s will recess for the
holidays, which was an importunt factor
In the expedition of the ratification.
It was a perfunctory proceeding In the
house, for democrats and republicans
voted together, Macon of Arkansas
(dem.), alone voting In the negative. He
explained to the house later that he
voted against the resolution in a spirit
The Russian reply to the notice from
Ambassador Guild that America wished
to terminate the treaty of 1S32 has been
received at the State department.
It may be said upon good authority
that tho Russian government does not
Intend to be hurried, but does expect to
conclude a new convention before the ex
isting treaty expires on December 31,
WILL OPPOSE ABOLISHMENT
OF QUOTATION COMMITTEE
ILjIN, 111., Dec. 21. A fight against
any attempt to abolish the quotations
committee of the Elgin Board of Trade
will be made, should such a movement
start. Bo said John Newman, who was
defeated for re-election recently after
serving nearly a score of years. The
fight, he predicted, would be started by
the old or regular members, of the board
remaining In office.
"It la our quotations committee, with
its power of the open board to overrule
Its report that gives the Klgln Board of
Trade an advantage over the New York
and Chicago boards," Mr. Newman said.
"Take away the power of this commit
tee to act with full power of the board
and the Elgin butter market will not be
a market quotation any more. That's
what the Chicago and Wisconsin dairy
men are after."
Mr. Newman also prophesied that the
"Insurgents" on the board would be un
ablo to alter the by-laws which give this
power tQ the quotations committee.
YANKTON BOYS AWARDED
PRIZES FOR GROWING CORN
YANKTON. 8. D., Dec. a.-(Speclal.)-i
The annual Yankton County Com show,
held In connection with the annual meet
ing of the county teachers and school
officers, Is In session here with a very
large attendance. Awards in the boys'
classes have been awarded as follows.
Boys over 14 and under 19: First, Christ
Brandsen; second, Charles Bloch; third,
Floyd Van Epps. Cash prizes were given.
Same class, a different corn, the winners
were Him WaJiaven, Harry Nlclson and
For boys under 14 years of age, for two
varieties of corn, the winners were I.loyd
Low, Harry- Paulson and Einar Ousted
for one variety, and for the other, IJoyd
Jacob, I'hrl Nlclson and Willie Schroder.
I'rof. Hansen of Brookings, oum Super
intendent of I'ubllc Instruction and others
are here for the meetings and are deliv
ering addresses at the farmers' gather
ings. MACHINE INVENTED TO
FRIGHTEN WILD ANIMALS
THERMOl'OLIS, Wyo., Doc. 'A.
(Special.) B. C. Winchester Is the Inven
tor of a machine designed to protect sheep
from predatory wild animals. The inven
tion, which weighs about twenty-five
pounds, stands on a tripod, and is easily
transported from one point on the range
to another. Its protective features con
sist of a searchlight that revolves 12Z
times per hour, the machinery firing a
blank cartridge every hair hour. The
mechanism Is operate.! by a strong
spring, and can be set to operate at any
time desired, or as long us I.n desired.
I'redatory wild animals are creating
havoc among the sheep of the state, and
Winchester's invention should find ready
Omaha bids fair to outshine soma of
the famous German cities that have an
enviable reputation for brewing a cer
tain delectable beverage.
The Slors Brewing Co. has sprung a
sensation on tue public hereabouts with
their "OLD PAAON I1RAI'." This Is a
rare, old mellow beer, made according
to the original Oerman method. For
months It has been undergoing the mel
lowing and rlper.lng process In I he gtorx
cellars. Experts who have sampled "Old
axo:t Hrau" declare It la the beat beer
brewed In America. It Is full-bodied and
possesses a delightful "tang" that lingers
en the palate and Is so appreciated by all
true disciples of Oambrlnua,
COMPERS WRITES F.niTORIAI.liaSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOK:
Fledges Full Co-operation in Any
Investigation of Labor.
REPLIES TO UNIONS' ENEMIES
Detective t:mnlo)rd fcy I'.rerlora'
Association forcibly Rroaaht lain
Court by fonnly l'rrrslor
WASHINGTON. Dec. 11. "We have
nothing to hide. We are ready at any
time for the agents of the law to begin
investigating," Hnmuel Uompers says In
ah edltorlnl on "labor's Position Lawful
tnd rrogreslve." which will appear In
the January sue of the American
Federallonlst. Mr. Gompera p'.cdgrs his
full co-operatldn In anv investigation
which may bo made. The forthcoming
number of the official ornn or the
fediuatlon will he the first to appe.tr
since the McNamara brothers confessed
In his editorial Mr. (lotnpers confines
himself tn a discussion of tho Issues
raised by the McNamara cac, saving o
the case Itself that he and his collettgties
will stand by the statement which they
authorised soon after the confession of
Continuing hU declaration that organ
ised labor is ready for, the agents of the
law to begin the Investigation, Mr. Uom
"Files, records of nil kinds, account
books-everythlng Is open to them. All
that has been printed or spoken or writ
ten to our correspondents Is subject tn
their Inquiries, Every set of every of
ficial may bo freely lcolicil Into. No
one is going to dodge or run away. What
ever can be done to aid the law will be
done at these offices.
"This Is our reply at heitilipiBi ters of
he American Federation of I .a bur to the
clamor to get 'the men higher up.' to the
repeated announcements In the press of
a nation wide Investigation by federal
officials' to- the assertions that behind
the McNamaras were men standing high
In the counsels pf labor."
Mr. Oompers then propounds the ques
tion, "How Is trade unionism to be af
fected?" and In answering that his search
for light has brought nothing new, goes
on to discuss the labor problem.
What has happened," he says, "has
been a deplorable Incident, a misfortune,
an exceptional course of action, but which
does not touch the essentials of trade
INDIAN ATOMS, Ind., Dec. Assert
ing that Robert J. Foster, a detective en
gaged by the National Erectors' associa
tion In the dynamiting Investigation, was
Interfering with him, County Trosecutor
Frsnk P. Baker forcibly took Foster
before Judge Joseph Markey of the crim
inal court and asked for protection.
Judge Markey, who was conducting a
murder trial, reprimanded the prosecutor
for Interrupting, but Mr. Baker persisted,
and snatching a club from a policeman,
Court officers drew Baker away, and
Judgo Markey ordered him to appear In
court tomorrow to show cause why ho
should not be held In contempt. The
judge took no cognisance of the charge
"HAPPY BOB" GOES BACK
TO OLD HOME IN VIRGINIA
STANTON, Neb., Dec. 2L-(Speclal.)
Robert 1 Thompson, better known as
"Happy Bob," who has for the last two
years been wandering In and about Stan
ton county, has left ftantton for his otd
home at Valley Springs, Va. The people
of Stanton and Pllger fitted him out with
an entire outfit ot clothing and furnished
him with a ticket to hla old home. Hob
has always had on his mind a wish to
"go back to Virginia," and us he was
not capable of doing much work he never
could get enough ahead to make the trip.
A. Ilostom Under Arrest.
STANTON. Neb., Dec. 21. (Special.)
Alfred Bostoin, a young man who came
here some, time ago, In some way got
Into trouble with James E. Brown. Sher
iff Btucker went out In the country to
get him, but Bostom gave him the slip.
Yesterday Btucker found him at I-elgh.
Bostom has passed as a deputy United
States marshal and was always talking
of using dynamite to kill fish. In his
suitcase was found a large amount of
dynamite, caps and fuses. The yosng
man's homo is In Taylorsvllle, N. C,
where he has a wife and several chil
dren. Banquet Given Bishop,
M1NDKN, Neb., Dec. a. (Special.)
The Right Rev.' Bishop Tlhen of Lincoln
lectured here last night and after the
lecture a banquet was tendered In his
honor by the local Catholic church. At
this banquet were most of the prominent
cltlsens of Mlnden. Priests from Sutton,
Hart well and Roaeland. were In attend
ance. Rev. Father Hagan, local priest
at Mlnden, had charge of all arrange
ments. Minister Moves to BpcarfUb.
GENEVA, Dec. 21. The Rev. A. E.
Cssli Is moving with his mother and
sister to Hpearflsh, S. I)., where he will
have charge of the Episcopal church.
Mr. Cash has Just resigned his charge of
Trinity Episcopal church here.
Must Wonderful lleallua
After suffering many years with a
sore, Amos King, Port Byron, N. Y., was
cured by Bucklen's Arnica Bulve. 25c.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
Tsrkeri fur (hrtatntaa.
Employes of Her & Co. will have turkey
for Christmas, as that firm has arranged
to distribute 138 birds among the forcu.
Apolllnaria Water has been awarded the
Grand Prix at the Dresden Exhibition.
161 J Farnam Si.
LET US ANSWER THE
You'll fintl thai we answer
There Is no mil to tho at'lirlon
THEIR NEW THEATER IDEA
NEW YORK, Dec. St. The "Now
Theater" Idea, backed by several mil
lionaires headed by William K. Vander
bllt for the purpose of giving the country
an endowment theater with an established
repertoire company of the first class, is
now announced to have been abandoned.
At a meeting of the founders tonight It
was said the promoters had acted accord
ing to tho advice of experts. It is esti
mated several million dollars have been
spent In the New theater campaign which
was opened In the fall of im Although
many of tho various performances at
tempted, met with a fair measure of suc
cess, the Ideals which the promoters
sought. Involved enormoua expenses, re
sulting tn a large deficit.
Funeral of Mrs. Payne,
KM? IN, Neb., Dec. a. (Special.) The
funeral of Mrs. Eliza Payne was held at
the Methodist Episcopal church yesterday.
Tho pastor in charge was assisted by Rev.
C. O. Trump of Newman Orove. Mrs.
Pnyne was known to Elgin people as
tlrandma Payne, and was an old resident
of this country.
means the most
beer known to
on Blatz and
see that yon get It,
M ELATZ COMPANY
B02-B10 PMsiu Xn. ws, sts.
Phonct Douglai 6963
We take pleasure in announ
cing that wo have bought all
the prize lamba exhibited ut
the Sheep Show last week, ron
slHtlng of Shropshlres and
These lambs are on exhibit
tion at our store and we Invite
you to call and Inspect them.
West End Market
N. K. Cor. 40th ami lMle
Tel. Harney 1HH Ind. A'l.'JMl
Do You Wear a Truss?
What kind 1:1 Jt?
Are you sntlsfled with It?
If not Why not?
(lues It ilnih or chaff you, does It
hold up your rupture or let it sltp
down uixl ciiduiiKer you to a Ktrau.
gulation and possibly Herlousnes-i'.'
lJld yuu ever think ahout tho fact
that all trusstis now to bo had any
where, have Convex 1'udsY
I lava you ever been Injected with
Have you ever teen pricked with
All In order to cure your rupture?
The real question is, have roa bssa
LET MS SHOW YOU IOHZTHIbQ
9.MSAVX.Y KB W
The Tyrell t'o.'s 'J'ruxs :xpert ut
Schaefer's Drug Store
16th and Chloago Store Only
(Copyright lull, J. it. Thuiiibuu)
Omaha's Larft9t and Beat Equipped CIothln Store (ft
QycFI it a
"WHAT TO BUY
the question very r rati 11 j In our line
(suitable for gift firehoses) that. Mill
man of rihmI taste thing that he really needs unl of qualities (hat you can
rely ttMn In Mylcs nmt vattcrna that are most advanced. AND 1'LEASK KK
MKMltl ll. Al.1i AltTICI.KS HOLD 1V Tills HIOKK IN'TIIK FORM OF XMAS
IMIKSK.NTS AHU KXCIIAXUKAIILF. AFTK.lt X.MAM.
Tie and Hose Sets Silk Handkerchief,
Moss and I'oiir-ln Hand Ties all
matched In navy, tun, cadet, pearl,
lavender and maroon
A set $100. tl.BO, a.tO
8Uk Hose nt Tie In navy, maroon,
lavender, cadet, tan and pes ri
al, set 11.00
Tie and Handkerchief or Tie and Hose
Sef, In cadet, lavender, pvnrl, navy,
maroon and tan. Set $1.00
Silk Suspender and tlarter Set, In
beautiful new patterns In tinted
shade tl.BO, fl.OO, 75c, BOO
l.entlier Collar Haas. In black, tan,
brown, red and green,
a I a 00, ftl.BO l.00
Leather Collar, Tie and Handkerchief
Sets, in tons and black,
at 13-60 and 93.00
iHFtie. Gift CertlfieMes on
Coves. Hats and all other form
of liienhaiullao. that make suit
able Xnias (iifta.
to the Tu re" Grain
flavor that flows
from. each, flattie
of Old Clarke Bourbon, ' This uniform hi&'h
quality is due to the fact that Clarke Bros. & Co.,
Peoria, 111., who are now the largest whiskey dis
tillers in the world, have spared no expense in the
manufacture of their products. They use the
finest grace of grain, and the only correct method
of distilling The Mash Tub and Three Chambered
Causes of Typewriter Noise
A writer in a recent publication, divided type
writer noise, i. e, that referring to the typewriter
itself, like old Gaul, into three parts.
First, that produced by the spacing mechanism"
Second, that produced by the impact of the typo
against the platen.
TLrtrd, that produced by the Bhifting of the car
riage to make capitals.
An unalysis of these divisions, with reference to
the "Smith Premier," discloses:
As to the first (the noise produced by the ipacing
mechanism) the Smith Premier is as quie, if not
more quiet, than any.
As to the second (the noise produced by the im
pact of the type against the platen) it is less on
the Smith Premier than on any other, because tho
f Smith Premier prints with a high speed, light
weight, single type bar, against a platen, firmly
nupporteil in n rigid carriage.
As to the third (that produced by the (shifting
of the carriage, or basket, to make capitals)
there is no suth noise on the Smith Premier, be
cause it has no shift.
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