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THE BEE: OJTAHA. MONDAY. JANUARY 29. 1911
VNE of the six
.biggest men in
the United States
told us that we could
do a real service
by publishing- the
truth about corrupt
This was two
years ago. In the
February number of
zine appears the first
of a series of articles
,by C. P. Connolly,
entitled "Big Busi
ness and The
This is the out
come of that sug
gestion. It will be de
nounced by many as
muck-raking. It is
want you to know in
i i? i
aayance wnai Kina
of muck-raking it is.
Mr. Connolly's inves
tigation shows that there
is incompetency cor
ruption miscarriage of
justice, and that these
faults are undermining the
people's respects for their
We want to respect
judges. We hope that
the publication of the
truth will lead to that
reform of the judiciary
which 4s necessary.
The unjust judge
should be drummed out
of service. We intend
that some of them shall
We mean to respecst
If you believe in this
kind of muck-raking,
lend a hand. We can't
do anything alone.
If you pass by on the
other side, like the priest
and the Levite , in the
parable, nothing will
come of this effort; but if
you read and think, and
discuss, you will help
hasten the day of just
and equal laws for rich
Wo firmly believe that
this is ths most important
magazine contributioa to
fioo 1 government for Tears.
We aak you to do year
part in making it effective.
Get the February num
THE RIDCEWAY COMPANY
Spring as Kacaoegal Ita, sTew Tort
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
City Officials Join Opposition in
Paring Filing Tttt. ?
SEAL ESTATE EZCEA5GE V?
Deputy Stale Casae 'tardea Miller
rails la qaartere at Seyntenr
Claa Granada and) Saatalaa
City Clerk Frank Good and practically
all the administration officials paid their
filinf fees yesterday (or the April elec
tion "merely as a precautionary measure
in case there should be anything- wrong
with that clause of the city which la tup
posed to have extended the terms of the
present officials until 1U."
For weeks the administration ridiculed
the election talk. A week ago Ax names
of Dr. Thomas En sot, Thomas H Oct or and
several others were mentioned In con
nection with the proposed spring election.
When It was given out that mines for
nominations probably would be made
there was a question as to whether the
officials would Issue the filing blinks and
accept the fees. City Treasurer John
Glllln announced that he would accept all
fees offered. City Clerk Frank Good
refused to be quoted, but Indicated that
he would not accept the filing.
Yesterday morning Hartnett of the op
position sppeared to file for democratic
councilman of the Seventh ward. City
Clerk Good refused to accept the filing,
but Hartnett left the hall with the
treasurer's receipt for the filing fee In
The administration then debated
whether the present officials should file.
After a conference with Assistant City
Attorney Sam Winters It wss decided that
the filing waa wlss because of the
"element of chance" that tha extension
clause might not prove safe.
Casually and one by one at first and
then In a rush tha councilman came to
file for the nominations to the offices now
occupied by them.
Following Is the list of all who havs
filed to date: ,
For Mayor P. J. Tralnor, republican; P.
C. Caldwell, democrat; August Miller,
republican; Thomas Hoctor, democrat;
V. w. Lutraau, socialist; George Hoff
For City Cleik Frank Good, democrat;
P. J. Barrett, democrat; Henry Hyan,
For fity Treasurer John J. GIHIa and
For City Attorney H. C. Murphy, re
publican; a W. Winters, deniocrat; J. i.
For Fire and Police Commissioners Jo
seph Plvonka, democrat; John J. Ryan,
democrat; George Johoson, republican; C,
M. Rich, democrat.
For Tax Commiaaloner-erry FH are raid.
For Councilman Klrat ward. Jack Wal
ters, democrat; Henry Bet holt, rermhll-
can: Lou Parsley, republican. Second
ward, Joan rranek. Third ward, Tom
Alton, democrat. Fourth ward. John Rlhe.
Sixth ward. Mat Peterson, democrat; 8am
nchrlgley, democrat; Jonn L.ynn, republi
can., oevenin warn, 10m. reterson, re
publican; Henry Hartactt, democrat.
City Treasurer John (Jinan said last
evening that the name of John Grtbble
waa filed by James Parsley ' without
dribble's consent or knowledge.
Plaa Seal Katate Exehaaa-e.
8outh Omaha Is to have a Real Estate
exchange, regularly organised and eon
ducted according to standard rules. The
organisation will be Inaugurated la the
real estate office of Joseph H. Koplets.
Twenty-fourth snd M streets, nest Tim.
day night. Fodrteen real estate men have
Indicated their Intention to Join the new
organisation and a number of then will
be Included on tha roster. i
Work for tha exchange haxbeen con
ducted chiefly by Joseph H. Koplets and
Joseph H. Murphy. The new organisation
la the realisation of a long-felt want
among the real estate men of South
Omaha. It ta considered that it will do
much toward the Improvement of the city
In crashing out conditions that make for
deterioration of real estate values.
Will Have Postal Baak.
Postmaster Lew later and his assist
ants are dally expecting the announce
ment from Washington that a postal
savings bank has been assigned to South
The postmaster had received word that
South Omaha would be named some time
In January. Advices received yesterday
Indicate that the banking department In
the local postoffloa may not coma before
March or April. .
Postmaster Ktter believes that South
Omaha, with Ita big foreign population,
will give much patronage to the postal
bank when It comes,
.ease Officer abort Is 'Aeeessta
John H. Lorance. former deputy fi
nancier of lodge No. as. Ancient Order
of United Workmen. Is accused of hav
ing misappropriated 11, WO of lodge money
to his own use.
Lorsnce wss arrested Friday night and
turned over to the Ponce by members of
tha lodge, which ha had served in an of
ficial capacity for tha hut eight years.
Ha was booked In the police station.
For some time tha officers and members
of lodge No. ts have known of a short
sge in accounts of the lodge. The total
shortsge found to date la nearly Rook
Among the officers and members of the
lodge much sympathy was expressed for
tha man, who It Is ssld was endeavoring
ta aid a son.
Miller IaJared by Fall.
Kick J, Miller, deputy stats gsma war
den and foreman of the Seymour Lake
club, fell In his quarters at the club
grounds yesterday morning and severed
two arteries In -his right arm, which alas
sustained a compound fracture above the
Miller was in bis cottsge when tha aa
ddent occurred and had Just gotten up
from the breakfast table. In rising from
a chair he tripped on a poker and fell
upon a sharp-edged tin can which caused
the cuts. The force of the fall also caused
The Injured man was attended by Dr.
E. L. DeLanney of South Omaha, Miller
waa uken to tha horns of a relative In
Maale City Geaatp.
v Frenk A. Ax new. law office, Hannoa
O. Gibbs has returnend from a bustneas
trip to Chicago,
Jay iAverty vtaite-1 Little Rock. Ark.,
on business this wek.
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moore are rejoicing
over the birth of a daughter.
Rev. W. Horner, Olen. Neb, la vial Has
hut daughter, Mra. R. M. Laverty.
There win be a noonday luncheon
Wednesday at the Presbyterian church.
Mrs. D. - Holmes entertained Inform
ally at bridge at her home, till E street.
J. D. Laverty spent several days with
his brothers In this city before returning
to Iienver last Wednesday.
Adah Chapter No. Si has made big prep
aration for a banquet, which is to be
given the women of the Eastern Star.
Phone Bell Pouth nj-lnd. MM for a
case of Jetter Oold Top. Prompt delivery
to any part of the city. William Jetter.
Mra. Harry Marlins; was hostess for the
Friday Luncheon Bridge club Thurettav
afternoon at her home, tit North Twenty
IMPORTANT AWWOCNCEaf EXT
Srhmotler eV Mueller Piano company will
close then- store, U North Twenty-fourth
street Wednesday, January XI. Twenty
seven pianos, four piano player and
seven organs will be sold regardless of
price. Come at once and make your
selection. Also terms.
A special car filled with Odd Fellows
of the local lodge left Twenty-fourth and
N streets last night for Paptitlon, where
a new set of officers were installed In
Sarpy lodge. Independent Order of Odd
Meedames J. it. Caughey and W. B.
Cheek will entertain the Ladles' After
noon Whist club Friday at the home of
STORE ROOM FOR RENT We will
rent store room, 131 North Twenty-fourth
street at once. Schmoller Mueller, 4U
North Twenty-fourth street.
Sunday turkey dinner at Atlas Cafe. MS
N. Mtu St.
Places were arranged for Mesdames J.
M. Caughey, L. M. Lord. Frank Prucha.
Bryon Clow. D. Berliner, L Eldrtdge.
A. Fowler, Cory-Bui ie, Tjiomaa Parker
and O. U Holmes.
Mrs. E. C. Kohanskv. KM C. street, en
tertained the following at whist hut
evening: Messrs. and Mesdamee J. Lav
erty, R. M. Laverty, W. W. Lake, A. U
Hunter. Charles Hutchlna. O. P. Taylor
and Walter Fluery.
A surprise party wss tendered Miss
Winifred Van Bee It. 1011 North Seven
teenth street, by her friends Wednesday
evening In honor of her seventeenth birth
day. Music and games were the enjoy
ments of the evening.
Sunday turkey dinner at Atlas Cafe, W
N. Nth St.
Marshall Hudson, founder of the Barara
movement, will speak Sunday afternoon
at 3J oclock at the First Baptist church.
E. W. Crevtston Is in Chicago attend
ing a meeting of the head camp of, the
Modern W ox men of America.
The Double Four Whist club was en
tertained at duplicate whist st the home
of Mr. snd Mrs. J. Laverty Friday even
ing. Seats were placed for MVssrs. and
Mesdames O. P. Ta -lor, Ben Ashe, A. H.
Murdoch, Neal, R. M. Laverty and J.
Mrs. Albert Martin, KB North Twentieth
street, entertained at a U: luncheon
Friday. Ferns were ueed In decorations.
Covers were Isld for Mesdames II. Ben
nett, J. Shalntholtx, Heffner, V. R. Routt.
J. Monroe, O. Beavers, Clausen and
Tha Pioneer Historical society will hold
a meeting Tuesday nlaht In the library
building. There u 111 be the annual elec
tion of officers and an Interesting pro
gram to occupy the evening, iteputy
County Attorney Geoige Magney will ad
dress the meeting.
' Sunday turkey dinner at Atlas Cafe, 0S
N. lit h St.
Mrs. J. M. Caughey, k Twenty-third
street, entertained at bridge Wedneedav.
Mrs. Wsddell of Atlantic, la., was honor
guest. Those present were: Mesdames C.
M. Schlndel, o. J. Ames, Ben Elliott. C.
A, Melolier, J. M.Tanner, A. U Lott, sr.;
A. P Durkee. U M. Lord snd H. starling.
Captain Hank Elsfelder and three of
ficers raided a negro bootlegging Joint at
SHU N street last evening. A large
quantity of boose ss well as six Inmates
of the house were Uken to the police
station. All were men, one a white
soldier. The Joint Is run by Idla Coombs,
but she waa absent at the time of the
Arthur C. Pancoast has moved his law
office to tH Omaha National Bank Uldg
Phone Douglas IMS.
The Neighborhood Whist club met
Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs.
Gerhardt. 121 North Twenty-ninth street.
The next meeting will be In two weeks
st the home of Mrs. Harry Boyd. Thuae
present were: Mesdames W. B. Tsgg, R.
Berlin. D. Rowley. A. W. Tsgg, Franklin,
(immure, ngvaK...n. . Houil, JaciJon
aid. and Harrv Rovd.
8t. Luke's Lutheran church. Tarantv.
fifth and K atrets, Kev. 8. H. Yerlan.
pastor. Sunday school at :. Morning
service at 11. subject of sermon, "Christ
the Controller of Nature." Evening ser
vice it ,:. p. m.. sermon by Prof. H. A.
McFaruuid, subject, "Prom the Covenant
to the Diet of Worms," Confirmation
class at I p. m.
Mlas Pearl Laverty1 entertained the
Alohah club at her home. Ha: North
Twenty-auth street, Saturday afternoon
at cards. The members are: Misses Ola
Alsworlh, Ilasel Cook, AbMe Lake. Pearl
Laverty, Helen McKee. Maurice M unlock.
Madge Kturruck. Mary Lewis. Kathleen
Welsh, Grace North run, Margaret Welsh,
Francis Tanner. Helen White, Clara
Barnum and Adel Davis.
MeMtamea W. Mangan and D. J. Far
rell entertained the ladies auxiliary of
the Ancient Order of i nlted Workmen
at the borne of Mrs. Ksrrell Tuesday
evening. Covers were laid for the fol
lowing: Mesdames Rafferty, Caldwell,
Lennhan, Mrtiulre. lireanahan, Calla
han. Mangan. Powers. Itlerdon. Sheahan.
Webber. Hrennan. Jilnrhev, OKunnelL
Heafy and Farrell. The first prise at
cards ass won by Mrs. P. C. Caldaeli.
Mls Eunice Rnsor entertained for the
W. W. W. club Saturday sfternotin at
her home, 1MB North Twenlv. third street.
Mrs. O. J. Bulla was asslatsnt hostess.
Ths club members are: Meedames H.
Marling. T. , Ilelxrrn. 1. Bryson. Lam
bert. Miller, C. Orchard. W. B. Tagg, B
Hart. R. M. laverty. Trimbel, I. M.
Lord, J. Trumbell, Walker. A. U Lott. Jr..
Cory-Rulla, Fowler; aliases Msud Den
nis, Hortense Eads, Julia Wlllsrd, Grace
Voting and Eunice Ensor.
c'. - """on gave a 1 o'clock
birthday dinner st her home. 15J5 North
Twenty-third street. Friday Red rosea
and pink carnations were used for deco
rations. The afternoon waa enjoyed at
bridge. First prise wss won by Mrs. Fred
Fisher snd second prise by Mrs. C.
Hutchlns. Those present were. Medsines
D. O. Robb. J. Tslmsge. O. Hsusmsn. F.
Fisher. Moore. O. Henderson. William
Kellogg. L. Mounteterrlng. Misses Mar
garet Kellogg, Mabel ilausman and Flcta
Mrs. T. H. Knsor. Mm North Twentv
thlrd street, entertained at bridge Friday
afternoon, places were arranged for
Mesdames D. U Holmes. J. M. Caughey.
ronnell, O. J. Ames, Ben Elliott. C. M
Scnlndel, Wsddell. A. H. Murdork H.
Marling. J. O. Martin, W. a Cheek
Clark . fFNell. McFJory. A. A. MrOrVw
5" jT?,ln'-W- M. Davis, John Cribble
B. MrCullough. A. L. Lott. sr.: A. u
Lott. Jr.; L. M. Lord. Bterena, J M
Tanner. Strang. Trimbel. A. A. Jasmer
Munson, Curley. Mullen, Misses Alii
Powell and Eunice Elisor? A"
For a sprain you will find Chamber.'
Iain's Liniment excellent It allays ths
' "wues. ana soon
restores the parts to a healthy condition.
S and Se-cent bottles for sals by sll drus
Hew Vletew Reearg
in Uie February Uat e i-t
record a. there SUV thrsss tskntawskssa..l i
by Amato, all favorite selections of the
irom operas In which he
has been mist an ri.i an. -i , -
-' sinainsT oi
th famous "Largo at factotum" Is a
marvelous performance, while the Gio
eonda and Otello numbers t
eung with a rousing refrain by the Metro-
i-ouian opera chorus. Schumann-Helnk.
also contributes thrw. .
. . j. unn)in
tn wo Interesting son is In English
u unpresaivs tierman number, an of
which wen features of the em.
tralto s recent recitals.
When Caruso recently m., .v..
country for his ninth opera season, there
was some conjecture as to whether he waa
suji ina possessor of the glorious voice
that has made him tha mi ...
tenors. And when he made his appear.
ove m juoa on tha first opera night.
was at one... apparent that hi. n.
the golden voice whose every tone en
raptures, and that it was sweeter and
more sympathetic than ever.
Shortly afterwards mni.i.
"ede for the recording of soms new Vic
tor Records by this tsmous artist, and
tha result of this first engagement mleh
waa recently offered to the public gives
everyone s n opportunity to near Caruso's
wonderful voice. The selection are un
usually beautiful ones, comprising the
Popular Masch tront am arhs c.n.k
title Is "For All Eternity;- the famous
barcarolle front the Masked Ball, which
ha sines with delle-htful ,i,hI.
exquisite arias by Leoncavallo; and a pair
of charming Neapolitan songs, which the
great tenor sings with a careless gaiety.
yet wim aa inaexinaoie loven of pathos,
which makes them the most beautiful
OMAHA CRIXELOOKS AHEAD
Bright Future Predicted in Annual
Seport of the President
MBS. KIMBALL TELLS OF WOKS
Money Is Lett ta Treasury, Play
aTraasids Beearedl and Fwasl Left
by Anna Wllsem Will
Sawa Be Available.
Tha annual report of the Omaha
Charity association, which conducts the
Creche, the day nursery oa Eighteenth
and Harney streets, shows the organi
sation' tn a prosperous condition and ths
building In repair, which Mrs. Weldt, ths
former matron, secured for the year and
a balance of 1777.73 oa hand.
A few facts concerning the past, present
and future of this association will I trust
be of Interest.
At the annual meeting January, 1811.
officers were re-elected: also members of
tha board whose terms had expired. ,
We accepted Mrs. Doorly's offer of one
half the proceeds of a play to be given
tor -the Old People's Home and the
Creche. It was a remarkably fine produc
tion, reflecting great credit oa the players.
Our share amounted to HH.I&
Mra, Weldt Remains.
The house committee found conditions
deplorable at the Creche, owing In part
to unsanitary plumbing and more to In
competence of matron and helpers. Con
vinced that a change must be made and
finding that our former matron. Mrs.
Weldt, wag willing to return we secured
To determine whether to make perma
nent repairs on the building considering
the shortness of the lease, we, Meedames
Summers, Lemlst, Rogers, Dahtman, Ken
nedy, Kimball and Misses Holdrege and
Kimball, waited upon the city fathers at a
preliminary meeting, and asked for a
three years' extension of the lease. They
received us courteously and the council
gave us permission to occupy the present
lot until It waa needed by ths city.
Mr. Kimball made an examination of
the building and planned the necessary
repairs, and the association accorded him
a hearty rote of thanks aa he superin
tended the work free of charge.
Retala Old Playgreaad.
Mra . Dahlman secured the old play
ground for tha children during tha sum
mer, prevailing upon the owners to vsceta
and put the lot In order.
The house committees rendered In
valuable aid to Mrs. Weldt In restoring
the old order of the Institution.
House repairing and plana for the card
party were the chief topics at tha April
and May meetings.
President W. J. Foys put the Country
club st our disposal tor May a and Mrs.
Lemist's card party was a tremendous
success, the prises made a magnificent
showing, three of the sixteen being' con
uibuted by Thompson A Belden, . Mil
ton. Darling, and Mra, W. R. Matthews
The Waterloo creamery furnished delicious
lees. The prooeeds of the party amounted
ta about with a tew oountlea still to
Through kindness of Mr. Bruce ths
children were given their first plcnlo
of the year on June t, a charming affair,
the trolley ride to the park, an excellent
dinner, tha whole day spent under the
trees, rolling about on the green turt, as
slated In their games by Mr. Far nam
smith, whose delightful custom It Is to
Join ths Creche when It goes a-picnlcklng
Mr.Brucs'a check for tie amply provided
for several such enjoyable days.
Those of us who remained In town
through the summer attended meetings
and carried oa t network.
lir. Helllater Phyaletaa.
Dr. Holllster has been unremitting In
his care of the sick, happily no serious
maea having occurred this season: some
tribute of our gratitude far such ser
vice should be tendered him.
The collections so far havs been vary
satisfactory. The November meeting will
long be remembered when wa heard with
grateful hearts of Anna Wilson's royal
beuaest to the Creche. She has divided
among seven struggling charities of
Omaha her princely fortune without ask
ing that her name be blaaoned In con
nection with any of It. We know that the
mind that evolved this wilt, tha heart
that beat for common humanity, and
prompteeVthe bestowal of her vast wealth
for thtlr benefit,- portrays a type of
christian rareV met with In this life.
"By their works shall ye know them."
Let It teach us to look below the sur
face for the true merit
The Needlework guild remembered us
with the welcome gift of 2u8 garments.
Srhaol Children Help.
The children of tha schools poured out
a bounteous supply of good things for
The Christmas tree was a sight to be
hold with Us burden of toys, fruit and
candy. No one waa overlooked.
In tnew of a permanent home promised
for the Creche, tltow available In July,
besides a seventh Interest In the residue
of the Wilson estste, thus perpetuating
the Omaha Charity association. It Is a
mater of congratulaUoa to us who stood
by I ths ship and ssw the flfsboat pull
off with almost halt our craw, that con
trary to tha fears of ths timid our barqus
weathered the gale and reached Ita pres
ent ssfe anchorage with Ita name flying
gallantly at tha peak. If that's the name
Officers at Asseetatlea.
Ths officers of the association are:
Mrs. T. I. Kimball, president; Mra
Thomas Kllpstrtrk. vloa president: Mrs
Robert R. Holllster. treasurer: Mrs. E.
R. McMahon, secretary: Directors. Mrs
J. E. bummers. Mra C C. Allison, Mrs!
Arthur Smith. Mrs. H. T. Lemlst. Mra
F. A Naah. Mra. James C. Dahlman. Mrs.
John L. Kennedy. Mrs. Wsrren Rogers
Mrs. Wilson H. Low, Miss Wlllard. Miss
MIKE CROWE IN HOSPITAL
FROM NERVOUS BREAKDOWN
Mike Crowe the former aolleemaa
professional wrestler, who wss employed
later by the I'nlon Pacific as a special
officer, la In the hospital at Council
Bluffs, where he has been treated for a
general nervous breakdown. He was
suffering from hallucinations when he
went to the hospital. The physician at
tending him says he Is Improving tn con
dition and may soon be taken to a
health resort for convalesence.
May Be Stopped by
Sunday "Blue Law"
C. M. Felder. militant leader of Omaha's
tonsorlsl artists, says that he has been
defeated la his right for Sunday barber
shop closing, but thst he Is not ready
to give up. He proposes to Invoke the
Nebraska "blue" law, which says thst
all labor except for charity or mercy
must cease on the Sabbath, and with this
he experts to accomplish his end.
"The city ordinance has fallen through
and the shops are running open on Sun
days, aa before, but within the next
month I will Uke steps to have the Mate
law enforced, and then we will not only
have closed barber shops on Sunday, but
closed drugstores, cigar shops, telegraph
offices, etc, aa well. A taste of toe "blue
law" will have the proper effect, I believe."
Phi Rho Sigma Men
Hold Their Banquet
Members of the Phi Rho Sigma medical
fraternity of Cretghton university held
their twelfth annual banquet at the Hotel
Loyal last evening. Dr. C. M. Bryant was
tosatmaatcr and Dim. Henry. Dunn. Lord.
Coulter, McAtee. Riley and Hall re
sponded to toasts. Over eighty members
of the fraternity were present
PROF. FORDYCE IS TO
TALK ON ADVERTISING
Prof. Charles Fordyce, dean of the
Teachers' college of the Nebraska uni
versity, will deliver a lecture, at the
Toung Men's Christian ' association on
'Psychology of Advertising" tomorrow
evening at S:1S o'clock. The members of
the Omaha Ad club have been Invited to
Dean Fordyce will use models, diagrams
and pictures to Illustrate nil talk. Numer
ous advertisements from periodicals will
be exhibited and their merits and bad
features will be explained. The lecture
will be free to the public.
Regular Weekly Edict 0ne Florence Pump .
From Citizens' Union Out of Commission
From Ralph E. Sunderland, The Bee Is
In receipt of the regular weekly reading
notice of the Cltixens' union with a 're
quest for free publication. The document
Is mostly a repetition of w hat had already
been printed for its author In thee
columns with emphasised reiteration that
to avoid suspicion of ulterior motive no
executive eommltteemsn of that organisa
tion will be a candidate In the city pri
mary nor noM any one endorsed tn any
measure personally obligated for support
given. The public !. i-jo assured thst
the union Is going to make a slate of
favored candidates to guide the voters
and Is asked tn withhold pledges of sup
port until the executive committee
divulges Just who Is slated and should be
voted for, a duty which It is the only
organisation In position to perform In a
way to merit the confidence of all the
people. The salient parts of the pro
"Candidates have begun their cam
paigns for votes. They are asking pledges
of support from friends and acquaint
ances, pledges which. It made and carried
out, will cause a scattered vote which Is
the only possible hope tor ins gang.
"The Citlcens' union makes one earnest
suggestion, vtx.. thst the voters do not
pledge their support to any candidate,
holding their minds open until after the
filings close, that they 'may know what
candidate are In the field.
"The Cit sens' union will recommend
to the voters such candidates as, upon
Investigation, seem to be beat qualified
for the responsible office of commissioner.
"There is every reason why ths voters
should have confidence In the union, the
only organisation thst represents all of
the people. Personal prejudice. It any.
against men In the union should not be
cnpsldered , In a matter of such Importance."
For the last three days the large high
service water pump at the Florence sta
tion has been out of commission and tha
city's supply of water has been distributed
by the smaller pump and the Burt street
station. It la, however, expected to have
the large pump working by tomorrow
Health Commissioner Connell says the
Burt street station, as well as the Flor
ence station, is amply protected tor
purifying the water. He has made testa
of the water and says It shows up well.
May Talk in Omaha
It Is "possible that ex-Senator Albert J.
Beveridge will be beard tn Omaha next
month at any rate he Is being urged to
accept an Invitation to be the star at
the next Palimpsest club dinner. Mr.
Beveridge ts to be In Lincoln for tin
February 1- feast of the Lincoln Repub
lican club, and the Omaha date would be
arranged to accommodate either Just be
fore or after. The definite answer Is
being awaited from Indianapolis.
"IMed at raeaaaeata"
is never written of those who cure
coughs and colds with Dr. King's New
Discovery. Guaranteed. Ho and tl.ta.
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
PEDESTRIANS HAVE ONE
REALLY JOLLY EVENING
Miss Alice nurnham, 1610 Chiracs street,
entertained tha Pedestrian club, Friday
evening at a stag party. Tha costumes
were very characteristic and the evening
waa spent In muslo and games. Those
present were: Misses Ellen Seltser, Helen
Maeek. Oretehen Ilamann. Uly Hantaan,
Elsie Short Marie Beattle, Ellen Madsou.
Mary Amnions, Alice Bu.-nhainr Mee
dames Burnhsm, Beattle, Swan eon.
Persistent Advertising Is tha. Road to
Sloan's Liniment has a sooth
ing effect on the nerves. It
stops neuralgia, toothache and
sciatica pains instantly.
Mrs. C M. Dowses, ot Jobansattwrg,
Mteh..wrltee: "Slosa'a lislusnt relieved
me of riearalgts. Those paias hsve all
sons sad 1 eaa trsly taj jour I latasnl
is also good for rheumatism,
sore throat and sprains.
Ataaaaiass. Matte., ss a lies.
Dr. Earl S. Steaa,
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HOiliE-IEEPER j IN
Every eeo In Omaha la delighted
with tha rich, nut-like flavor of "Mln- i
neaota" macaroni and spaghetti. Eves
people who never liked these food a say
they could sal "Minnesota" H.a :aroai
Oood macaroni and spaghetti are
easily digested and they are always ap
petising because thaw can be prepared
la so many different waya. They are
fine for children making their bodies
strong and healthy, and they give grown
people the power of endurance without
overtaxing the stomach.
But if you wsnt that rich, nut-like
flavor be sura and get tha delicious
"Minnesota" brand macaroni or spag
hetti made from the finest Northern
Durum wheat, with all the nourishing
Oluten left ta. It is easily digested ami
never gets, soggy. Alt good Omaha!
grocers sell It, j
ScKlitz is slutJef3
to you In Brown
Beer exposed to light cannot remain ure.
Beer is saccharine. The slightest taint of
impurity ruins its heaKhfulness. '(
In Germany flie Brown Bottle is used almost
exclusively. German trewers know the damaging
effect of light on Leer.
S?e thai crnivn tr cert
is IravdsJ "SM-iz."
Phones! ! ct
"uucs j Independent A SC3
Schlitz Bottled Beer Depot
723 S. 9th St, Omaha, Nebr.
That Made Milwaukee famous.
SCHLITZ BEER DELIVERED III PLAIN VAGOIIS DY
HILLER LIQUOR CO., 1309 Farnam SL KSr.
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