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THE BEE: OMAHA. MONDAY, MARCH 4, 1911
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Political Field Open, with Tickets
: Kot Yet Made Up. '
mss. p. j. Qunra FOTjiro dead
HnWul Rrlwu frees His Werk te
Fled Vlhl Bedr Lyta est
Tloor. Flra Laherer la
Bets are off and the political field in
South Omaha ia open to all comer today.
The republicans are sot yet recovered
from the bio truck by City Clerk Good
when ha refused to count the votes of
those whose nasMs vera written in on
the ballot last Tuesday. The cittsen's
ticket is In a stage of decline.
The Good-Gillln democratic machine met
yesterday afternoon In a hall over Fred
Stroegh's saloon for the purpose of nomi
nating a city central committee. The per
sonnel of the committee Is as follows:
Maurlca Hinchey. blacksmith; Rudolph
Yeschout, ex-president of the school
board; John Fennel, deputy city clerk and
representative of City Clerk Frank Good;
Michael Gilllsple. saloonkeeper; E. P.
Koggea, deputy city treasurer and repre
sentative of City Treasurer John Olllln;
Fred 8 trees h. saloonkeeper; William
Broderlck. saloonkeeper, president of the
Liquor Dealers' association and repre
sentative of City Treasurer John Glllln.
As may be gathered from the make up
of the committee the machine wlU be
dominated by Glllln and Good rather than
by Tom Hoctor, the nomine for mayor
on the democratic ticket.
Later in tba evening a meeting ot the
democrats controlled by the above men
tioned cam together for the purpose of
testing out th strength ot the newly oiled
In republican headquarters August
ililler and a number ot other candidates
decided to bring the question ot counting
the written in names Into nourt next Mon
day. A meeting ot th commute will be
held this afternoon at S o'clock, when a
city central commute will be appointed
' by til candidates.
The lateL frame-up on th projected
linens' movement is John Grlbbl for
mayor. Gus Davidson for treasurer and
I'eiry Wheeler for clerk. Other names
were considtred for th remaining offices,
but nothing definite .was settled yester
day. The switching of Grlbbl from tb
treasurer's place to th head ot th ticket
Is not reckoned by a till mov by thos
who understand i - ilure of the fight
that is to be made, .-.bble for treasurer.
Itb th united support of th republican
and citlacns, was looked upon as a strong
man. At th head ot a third ticket, with
two competitors t work against, hi
chances are not bright
Mrs. Qalaa Dead.
Mrs. J. P. Quinn. a popular and wall
respected resident ot this city was found
dead yesterday afternoon at i o'clock
by her husband, P. J. Quinn. registry
clerk at the postotflce, upon his return
home te 1103 North Twentieth street
Mrs. Quinn was alone at the time of her
death, which occurred early In the aft
ernoon It la thought Slu was found lying
upon couch n icr sewing table
where alio had r. tly been occupied
upon soma needlework. Her husband. P.
J. Quinn. had just returned from work
and the unexpected finding of his wife's
dead body has well nigh unnerved him.
Besides her husband lira. Quinn Is sur
vived by three sisters, Miss Marl Har
rington of lnglewood. Cel.; Mrs. James
Mcc'arraa and Mrs. U. Lovely of South
Omaha; and two brothers. D. A. Hairing,
ton of lnglewood. Cat, and J. 8. Harring
ton of Denver, Colo.
Mra. Quinn ass years eld and was
a native ot Dubuque, la,. Th funeral ar
imngements hsve not been completed.
Jee Oeter Mlaalaa.
Jo Ostsr, a farm laborer residing at
Fortieth and J. streets, has been missing
from hone since Friday and his wife,
fearing foul play, has asked th assist
ance of th police lo-4ooatlng him.
At the time of his disappearance Oeter
Is said to have had with him a consid
erable sum of money, with which to
purchase furniture for a new home. H
left his wife esrly Friday forenoon with
the Intention ot meeting hi father In
Omaha. Tb elder Oeter was unacted
back from an extended trip to Germany,
tie arrived In Omaha on a later train
thsn thst upon which hs wss expected.
, Anton 8chmitt, a brother of Mrs. Oster,
has Instituted a search for the missing
Maale City Ceasl;.
K. A. Agnew, law office, Hanson Bile
Mrs. John Parks Is reported seriously
III st her home, 1M Nona) Twenty-fourth
Mr. snd Mrs. Victor tariff of Oberlln,
Kan., are guests at the home of Mr. and
Jlrs. K. V. 1orlg.
Arthar C. Pancoast has moved his law
office te 41( Omaha National Bank Bldg.
l'hone Douglas 188.
Mrs. ft. M. Laverty Is at taxing ton.
Neb., where shs wss called by the serious
Illness of her mother.
J. T Kubat left yesterday for Cedar
i:apids, la., whence he received news of
the death of his mother.
Miss Mauiine Murdoch was hostess for
the I-es Metises club Friday afternoon
at her home, 1 B street
T'lone Bell South KK Ind. F-1MS for a
ea of Jetter Gold Top. Prompt delivery
to any part of the city. William Jetter.
Mr. and Mra George Brewer left yes
terday for Norwich. N. Y.. where they
were railed by the death of Mr. Brewer s
Margaret Stewart who recently under
went a serious operation a. her home.
2w South Thirty-eighth street Is reported
ss slowly Improving. -
WE bay, we sell, we trade; acre, city
and farm property. Phone Bouta SL A.
Meedamee Grace Connell and J. M.
Caughey entertained at a 12 o'clock
luncheon at the hone of Mra Caughey.
Covers were laid for eight
Russell Phllp snd Paul Shields spent
the week-end with Hurd Stryker at Un
coln. While there they attended the Kan-aas-Xebrsska
basket ball game.
s-WK)M modern house, close In. Special
baigain. Also have exceptional bargain In
urre tracts. J. K. Murphy, South 71.
The Brown Park Rapt is t Ladies' society
will meet Wednesday for an all-day sow -Inb
bee at the home of Mrs. Joseph Sport.
IsJ South Twenty-seepnd street
Mr. snd Mrs. C. A. dine. Kt North
Twenty-fourth street, entertaiued at ' a
a o'clock dinner Friday evening. Car
pations snd aarctesus were used as a
center piece. T wet e covers were laid.
Coward Walsh, stste manager of the
Woodmen of the World, wil! assist at the
initiation Into perfected woodcraft which
will be held Wednesday evening at the
Odd yellows' bsil.
The Dramatic club Is preparing for an
entertainment wht' h will be given as a
mtd-I-ent affair. The officers of the or
raiitsatlon are: TKale Bratton, president;
Ksr! Abbott vice president; Laura O.
lirown. secretary, and Katherlne Glblin,
The regular meetlne of the women's
auxiliary of th Toune Men's Christian
association la postponed until March ,
w hen It win be held at the borne of Mr.
Bern", Ml North Twenty-sixth street
The Domestic department of the New
tv-ntury club met Tuesday afternoon with
Mrs. C. M. SchlaoM ax her home. V
North Twenty second street Mesdames
liver and Kverett ware ssslstaat host,
Miss Lets Keltogg entertained the Fert
nigbtly dub at her home. Twenty-fourth
and A streets. Fridsy evening. Misses
M Sherry and Alda Mead were pnae
winners in games payed. Those present
were: Misses Alda Mead. Minnie Haas.
Leva KaUcax, Ma Sherry. Mabel Bear,
Anna Robertson, Freda Baunrarten and
Meedamee Fred Miller. F. Herald and
Z. Stanbaugu. -. . .
Mrs. U M. Lord, assisted hy Mra. R. E.
Schindel. entertained the Ladlea After
noon Whist club, Friday at the home
of Mrs. Lord. The guests ot th club were
Mesdames H.-Herman. T. Parker, E. P.
boyer, Fred Etter and George Davis. Five
tables were placed tor the players.
The Swiss BeU Ringers will give an en
tertainment st the high school auditorium
Tuesday evening, March i. for the benefit
of the Young Men's Christian association.
The bell ringers are proficient oa sixteen
different instruments, including a harp.
A nhtldren's session will be held in the
afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The L. E S. club met Wednesday even
In at the home of Miss Florence Miller,
ITS North Twenty-seventh street. Those
present were: Misses Helen Rally. Msr.
Jorie Nelson, Dorthea Marrow. Florence
Miller. Margaret Williams, Haael Greer
snd Messrs. Fred ThomDSOn. Swing
f-Ford, Edward Forbes, Harold nelson,
Koy Taylor and William gjoyie.
Th literary department of the Century
club will meet Tuesday afternoon with
Mrs. A. J. Kendall. 2718 D street The
program for the afternoon will be In
charge of Mra. FarrelL A class discussion
on "Holmes' Relation to His City and His
Country," followed by a reading. "W nit
tier's Poems Our Autocrat" by Mrs.
Waller Nitchle will be given.
Misses Grace and I .aura Peterson were
hostesses for the Junior Bridge club Tues
day evening. The members are: Misses
Francla Tanner, Ella Peterson, Mae
Walsh, Mattie Ward, Louise ejchlndel,
Peggy Jones, Frances Wlllard, Mabel
Meicher. Alice McDonald. Vera DeBols.
Vera King, Mary Sheehey. Laura and
Grace Peterson and Mrs. George tSchllle
and Miss Lottie Lovley.
The Neighborhood was ' entertained at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank rrucna,
23t F street Thursday evening. Six ta
bles were placed for the players, when
those present were: Messrs. and Mes
dames W. W. Fisher. John Smith, George
Swtngley, H. like. Burt Anderson. J. O.
Martin, J. Mlchelson. J. A. Bateman,
James Trimble. Howard Heyman, B.
Kianchard and Dr. and Mrs. It K. Schin
A surprise party was tendered to Mrs.
Man- Kellv. S1IS u street.' Thursday even
ing. Mrs. Kelley wss presented with a
hand-painted sugar and creamer and a
large ooquet of roses, rnose present
were: Mesdames w. J. nagie, i- J. neuey,
F. P. Peterson. M. Ratixan. J. K. Burns,
J. F. McLaughlin. H. D. Steele. Wm. J.
Bremen, N. J. Rsnton, Gaughan. Con
don, Murray, Margaret Kelley, Kennelly.
H. C. I'lmer, Montgomery, Martin and
Klrby of Omaha, and Misses Josephine
Kelley, Margaret Ratlgan and Kate Cos.
tello. , ' . .
to Evade Requisition
DEN "BR. March ) a (Special Tele-gram.)-Govrnor
Shafroth haa granted
the requisition for the return ot Raymond
Brown, cashier of th Central Lumber
company of Alliance, Neb,, who 4s wanted
there on the charge of attempting to
Intimidate and Influence a wltneas In th
lumber trust Investigation being con
ducted by th grand jury. It Is charged
that Brown removed the books belonging
to th company, and which had been
ordered produced In court, from Nebraska
to Denver. William Spencer, manager ot
one of the two branches of the Central
Lumber company In that state, had been
summoned to appear before' the grand
Jury and bring the book with him. It
la said that January It, th day before
h was to have compiled with th In
struction, Brown secured possession of
the book by threatening Bpsncsr with
discharge. Brown, th requisition having
been granted, will now attempt to defeat
It by habeas corpus proceedings, his de
fense being that at the time of th alleged
transaction concerning th books th two
branches of th company had been sold
to Independent corporations and that th
Central Lumber company owned tb
hook. - -
Many New Members ,
For Commercial Club
t last Friday' meeting of ths mem
bership committee of the Commercial
club twenty -six applications for member
ship were presented. The new member
Just taken In art: a M. McOosren, J. T.
Hecox. J. H. Utendorfer, Edward C. Belt,
George T. Blanford, Julius Drelfuss, A.
H. Richardson, George M. Smith, Thomas
W. Burchmor. Dr. A. D. Cloyd. D, E.
Cable, H. T. McManus. Joseph F. Bvrns,
J. T. Stewart second; Wilson A. Austin.
T. W. Austin, W. R. Watson. John
Mastsn, C. H. Swansea. C- E. GlIlnskL
A. J. Anderson, J. A. Shoemaker. Fred
Brodegaard, Bryce Crawford, E. H.
Westerfleld and Dr. H. B- Lemer.
Transfer were mads from Roy Welch to
D. L. Doherty, J. W. Allen to O. W.
The roll of honor for the week In
respect to number of application brought
In Is: T. L. Davis, ; O. W. Noble; i;
R. F. Folda. 1; H. R. Gould, z; G. H.
Cramer, !: T. L. Combe, 1; B. E. Mc-
Cagus, 1; R. T. Burns, 1; miscellaneous, t
By Pair of Holdups
Another street car conductor was hsld
op Isst night Within two blocks ot ths
South Omaha police ststion, two med whe
had ridden the street car from Fourteenth
and Farnam t reels, stepped out on the
rear platform . and, pointing guns, took
IS from Fred L. Frieman of iUTT North
Seventeenth street They also garnered
the conductor's pencils and knife, hut
gave back a gold watch at his request
Ths men sat hi th car, apparently en
grossed In a newspaper, until th last
passenger left the car at Twenty-fourth
and N streets. When the ear reached P
street they walked out and took the con
ductor unawares when be reached for the
bell cord ts signal a atop for them.
Descriptions ot the two men tally with
those given the nolle Friday night by M.
Rosenstsln of holdups who robbed his
store. Ml North Twentieth street of M.
Rosenstdn also was held under gun.
Horse Damages Auto;
Owner Gets Judgment
WAHOO, Neb., March tSpecial Tele
gram, r-Because horse which his auto
mobtl bad frightened, jumped Into his
machine and damaged It. Walter Llch
tenberg sued John Fenstsmaker, post
master at Cedar Bluffs, for and yes
terday was given Judgment by Justice of
the Peace L. &. Gilchrist
In the accident, which occurred last
September, the horse sustained injuries
which necessitated Ita being shot Fen
stemaker filed a counter ault against
Uchtenherg for (1T5. the value ot his
horse and carriage, hut lost
ART STUDENTSGIYEN MARKS
Third Quarterly Assembly Attended
by Music and Oratory.
FK. MAGEVENEY GIVES ADDRESS
Adssealshes Teas Mra te Avoid
Peel Hall, Cheap Sale as and
Cheap Theater itedcel
Art students ot Crelghtoa university
held their third quarterly assembly In
the university auditorium Saturday morn
ing. Paul Harrington sang a solo snd
the University Glee club supported him
In the chorua There were two excellent
declamations, one by Louis Kavanagh.
who spoke "Kissing Cup," and the other
by Stephen Boyle, who spok "Gunge
Dhln." Tb results of th third quarterly
competition were announced by Father
McMeaemy a follows:
No xamination are held la th senior
No Junior class becaus of change In
Sophomore Class First. Omar 8uluvan.
M; second, Raphael Hamilton, M.
Freshman Class-First, Komeo LaPorta,
PS; second, Louis Kennedy, KV
HIGH SCHOOL DEPARTMENT.
Fourth Hlgb-Dlvlslon A: Louis Bruck
ner, M; Raymond Traynor, M, Division
B: Daniel Kelly. KW. Raymond O'Doa
Third High-Division A: Norman Burke,
S; Thomas Loose. K. Division B: Al
phons Dundla, K: Francis Lovely, H
Special Class-First, William' Kelly, M;
second, Joseph Kennedy, K. "
Second High Division A: Daniel Kelly,
U: Walter Wolfe, W. Division B; Charles
Brungard,,; Frank Shaw, M.
Second 'High-Division C: Lawrence
Browning, MH: Thomas Mostyn, M.
First Hlgh-bivlslon A: Edward Car
vel, S: Leo O'ConneiL . Division B;
Marshall O'Neill, tfh; Vincent Burkhart,
7. Division C: Harold McKenna, ST;
David Graham. Division V: Frank
McHelm. S; Stanley, ST.
After the reading of the marks Father
Msgevney, president ot th university,
delivered a short address. In which be
congratulated the students oa th grade
attained. .In conclusion h warned the
atudenta against the evil of the pool
hall, the cheap saloon and cheap theater.
- is Very Cold Place
That this winter haa gone hard with
Social Settlement oa South Thirteenth
street wss brought out In the report of i
the secretary of the Settlement association
yesterday at the annual meeting. The
building proved entirely Inadequate to
meet the severe weather and a new house
must he bad before another winter.
Mrs. G. W. Hotdrege and Miss Eup he
rnia K. Johnson, principal of Brownell
hall, are newly appointed directors. The
committee to manage tb settlesaeat gar
dens this spring la Mra. Lowrle Child.
Mrs. Theodore Rlngwalt and Mr. Thomas
Kllpatrlck. The playgroondsr committee
I Mra. a W. Holdrege, Mra Paul Hoag
land and Mra. Philip Potter.
Miss Clara Scbaeter. head resident, whe
I recovering from a recent 'Illness at
her bom In Milwaukee, la expected to
take up tb leadership la the settlement
activities the Brat ot May.
Man Who Says He is
From Savannah, Mo,,
.. Robbed of. Big Sum
TAMPA, Fie.. March a-Reggsd and
destitute and saying be haa loot or ha
been robbed of currency and hank cer
tificate; amounting to nearly tioo.lM, J.
It Etchlaon ot St Joseph, Mo, was
found her today In a chesp rooming
house after hsvlng been missing several
weeka His brother will srrlvs hire
tomorrow to tak charge ot him.
According to Btchlst.n's rambling story,
h left his home early In February for
Excelsior Spring, Mo. lie says while
on a train h stumbled and In the fall
bruised an old wound on bis bead. From
this point hi memory was a blank, hs
says, until h awakened In a room with
barred window at Kansas City. While
confined In the room several strange men
placed paper before him to sign, threat
ening death unless he did s.
Etchlson declares that from this time
unlll h arrived In Tamp he does not
know what look place. He says he had
large sums deposited In banks at Wichita,
Topeka and Kansas City, but thinks he
drew hi money out Information re
ceived here I that he drew hi money
from the St. Joseph banks, amounting to
When he arrived at Tampa, Etchlson
says he found as In hi pockets, but
that while searching for a hotel he was
held np and robbed hy several negroes!
Etch! son haa been placed In the care of
physician and It I believed that careful
treatment will restore bis faculties.
ST. JOSEPH. Mo.. March l-John R.
Etchlaon, found In a daaed condition nt
Tampa, Fhk, haa a family here. He
started to Excelsior Springs, Mo., several
weeks ago and wrote from Kansas City
Ust be was sick there.
Until located at Tampa, no trace of
Mm was found. Ktchlson Is a retired
farmer. He drew tlt.UOQ from esch of
two St. Joseph banks before leaving
Members of ths family here received
telegram from Tampa tea days ago
that he . was there, but could get no
further particular and did not credit
the dispatch. They visited local banki
and found that he had drawn out all
hi money, and a friend was seat to
Etchlaon told th latter h had either
been slugged or had fallen from a train
In Kansas City and then had keen taken
to Ex castor Springs, Mo. where he was
chained In an abandoned bouse antll
he wss taken to Tempa by the persona
whe robbed him.
When he left his home he gave hi wife
BERNSTEIN REVUES ON RATE
Declares Beech Camp Action Doe
Not Reflect Seal Sentiment
HE SATS FIGHT WAS EXPECTED
RemMsee that Trexeeadeae Machin
ery t Head Oil leer and Kalarted
Esapleyee Are Set W art
Agalaat Oppendtloa, '
Advised of the action taken hy Beech
camp at Its meeting Friday night Nathan
Bernstein had this to say: "We did not
go Into this struggle and expect to find
our ' pathway strewn with rosea. W
realised the tremendous machinery
of the head offices with Its hundreds of
paid officers and Its millions of dollars
contributed by ths membership, to say
nothing ot those interested in other fra
ternal orders, snd working In their In
terests while members ot ths Modem
Woodmen of America.
Personally I do not think It right to
mention matters which take place oa the
camp floor and consequently have not
done so, but I certainly must correct C.
C. Kehm. ths worthy sdvtsor of Beech
camp, when ha says I predicted a scrap
I knsw nothing of the proposed action ot
the camp until my attention waa called
to It In ths papers, and even then I
hardly felt It worthy ot serious atten
tion because of the almost unanimous
action of the camp In favor ot opposition
to the new rates.
"Even yet I scarcely think thla last
action reflects the real sentiment of
Beech ramp. When one reflects, thst It
hsa a membership of 100 members and
that at this meeting there were not more
than forty present when th vol was
taken, and that among these were head
camp officials, some who either have or
hope to have benefits from tb head
camp, to say nothing of deputies, whose
Influence was directly or indirectly felt
I have the highest respect for the mem
bership of Beech camp, nor do I feel any
resentment toward those who are hon
estly In favor of the new rates, hut I do
not believe thst many such are lo be
found In Nebraska or even In the Juris,
"Members of the order say that even
If not objecting to the Chicago action, yet
they ahoald have been allowed to know
what the rate were before being forced
to adopt them. I doubt It any ot tb
delegates to the convention knew whst
these rates were to he until arriving In
Chicago and a tew days (some delegates
say hours) are Indeed too short a time In
which to discuss so tremendous a matter
as fraternal Insurance.
"Some delegate say that the head
camp was afraid to trust the matter to
action of ths local camps. I hardly
think these officers could Intsnd ta so
Insult th Intelligence of th great body
of Modern Woodmen. It sounds too mush
Ilk th utterance of soms of our trust
magnates. It Is true th people mak
mistakes, hut the existence ot our repub
lic Is a refutation of ths abov doctrine.
"As to ths proposition to bring a mem
ber of the head camp her to uplaln ths
new rates, many members are saying that
thsy understand them, alas, too welt H
may be a good mov, hut many think that
the coat of sending thee people ail over
the wuntry might be better applied to
m-re nrwent necessities. Bom of th so-
called 'Insurgents' are aosused of want
tug ta wreak th order. On th contrary.
inspired by a sacred sense of duty and
regard for acquired rights under legal
oon tract, their on aim Is tor prsssrv
th order In Its present glsry and
The sam SOO.toO men hav selfishly,
perhaps, said that if th new rats go
tale sffect they must perforce herswia ot
Inability to afford It leave th order
anyway, so it matter llttl to them what
happen. But re feel that this treat
order which has don so much good will
not be allowed to perish simply to gratify
personal ambition and that some way will
be devised whereby harmony will be re
stored. At any rata we have aa Illustri
ous precedent n a famous general, who
d: 'W will hav peacs u w nav to
fight for H.' "
Okerfrldrr Kaplalaa Hates.
SIDNEY, Neb., March a-t Special Tels-
ram.V-Joseph Oberf elder addressed th
members f Dalton camp. Modern Wood
men ot America, yesterday on th new
revision of rates and th majority ax
pressed thsmselve pleased with th
adequate rates sdopted at Chicago last
month. Mr. Obcrfelder's explanation
put a different phass on th matter en
If you have anything to exchange ad
vertise It In Th Bee Want Ad columns.
The child feverish
with a cold, running
note, tight or looee
cough with wheeling
or rattling of phlegm
no It breathe. (mothers
I put your ear to
j child's hack or cheet
and listen) should
: have Da. BOLL'S
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w a n
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Mis. h, vest Lsaa, tit a. sjta Ht, sNwesJy, It s.
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snd arrested by Dr. King's New life
Pills, MBxraa headache emits snd tlrer,
stomach and bowels act right Only 5c
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WOMAN DETECTIVE FORCES
DYNAMITER TO CONFESS
ST. JOSEPH. Mo. March t-tSpedal
Telegram.) Thomas Maxwell, traced to
thla city hy Mra. Virginia Sellers, a
private detective of nUnsaa City, today
confessed te the police that he waa guilty
of dynamiting ths new opera house at
Bedford. la. on the night of Dot ember
n, last and that he was paid tS by aa
enemy of the owner to pull oft the Job.
Maxwell asserts that the enemy, whose
name he haa given, showed him where to
plant the bomb and told him when te
touch It off. then disappeared before the
explosion. Mrs. Sellers waa led te take
tip the chase by the hope of getting a
reward which waa offered for the rH
maa. Maxwell was returned to Bedford
Chemberiala's Cough Reasedy hsa won
Its great reputation snd extensive sale
by Its remarkable cures of coughs, colds
snef croon. It can be depended upon. Try
It Sot, by all dealers.
AMPLE SENT FUCK
esHta ear a leeav. MaeSise tMs saser. A
A. C. MBtBit CO., BAtTtMOKb. MIX
SAT IT'S GREAT
Omaha ladle are delimited with "Min
nesota" macaroni and epegbettt Even
people whe never Uked these foods be
fore are charmed with tlie delicious, nut
,lke flavor of the "Minnesota" trend.
Good macaroni and spaghetti are the
most nourishing foods known, and they
can be prepared In so many delightful
waya that no one ever Urea of them
They agree with any stomach, and a
family wlU feel much better If they eat
leas avaet and more macaroni and spa
ghetti. But If you want that rich, nut -like
Raver be sure snd get the delicious
"Minnesota brand raacaroal or spa
ghetti asad from th finest Northera
Durum wheat, with all the noruiahlng
lilotea left In. It I easily digested aad
sever gets soggy. All good Omaha gra
eers sell rt
tike taste- of
0 T o
ScKlitz is aa Jmre when toured into your glass as when it .
left the trcwery. It's the Brown Bottle. It keefs out th
light. Light develops in beer a eculiar taste and a disagree"
This is not a theory. It is a fact proven by scientists.
Schlita is iroicrly aged before leaving the- brewery.
It will not cause biliousness, nor ferment in your stomach. '
Schlitz in Brown Bottles costs you no more than com- .
mon beer in light bottles. ' '
Phones IpM a ta
Schlitz Bottled Beer Depot
723 S. 9th St., Omaha, Nebr.
Set that crvwn or cork
ii branded '"ScMtz.
That Made M ilwaukee Famous
SCHLITZ BEER DELIVERED III PLAIN WAGO.'IS BY
HILLER LIQUOR CO., 1309 Farnam St T.",,
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Heat, plus x equals health
The fact that the waters at
Hot Springs have a tempera
of 1 35 degreea is only one ot
their virtues for at no other
spot in America are waters
charged with properties so
healing that they make well
907o of those who use them.
Yon are well) then come, aa
' thtuianit do, for the pleasure
A that this delightful winter rev
aort offer. The golf season is
- at its height here now and the
beautiful mountain drive are
peopled with pleasure-bound
riders, bent on making the moat
of the June-hka weather. Cornel
The trip to
Hot Springs, Ark.
via Frisco Lines
is aa pleasant tt arriving there
you leave Kansas Gtjr at 6c 1 5
p. rru you reach Memphis 6:15
a. m, and Kot Springs (via Rock Island Lines) at 3.55 in tha
afternoon a qiack, restful rids in luxurious
Electric lighted through sleepers
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