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i niE BEE: OMAHA. SATURDAY. MAKCII 9. 1912.
BRIEF CITY-NEWS SCORES D.S. SUPREME COURT
aUve (on mm n. .
9t W. aadford Coat
. W. Blaekhara fa iwirm .
AnuwU MM-Gwrn R. ThawuneU.
eM South Thirty-eighth avenue, baa filed
for commissioner, brine tin forty-fourta
te do Ml
OeptaU gsroy lro..otod Captain Hl
atead Dorey, bow stationed at Fort Crook,
baa received Dodo of hie promotion to
a paatUoa on the general ataXX at Ween.
t maun- no win leave to taxe Bis new
7 Xa ths Divorce Ooert Maude Blua ha
tarted suitfor divorce against Ralph
Blue. Marl K. Bullock baa filed an nn-
Charles Frederick Adama Talks to
, Bar AnoeiatioB.
AT TEK1E ' ISBAEI TONIGHT
Ajtwrn ta Mwrdeswe' WW Weee Them
a Aveeel LMfhf rtagv-r Prlata
. . . -SVaa-raaht.
Daring Adams Delivers Cvttteeaas
f rvaerleet erf H Lakes Jajdlatal
Body Its Metheaa of
Tha Catted States supremo osurt was
igently attackad for wrrnining-
f-amlhhllns its taternretalloae af the
conatituUoB and the federal Judiciary gen
erally waa attacked for aomerae el
leced faults by Charts Frederick Adams
of New Tork In an address at a saonthly
war and croaa-petuton to the suit for ..,, et th, otnaha Bar aaaoeJaUaa
divorce af Alfred U Bullock. Martha j lh. la(TmU. cub UR fiigbt.
Cathro haa atarted ault for divorce -Joolctai erliae." la tha .ipr-satoa need
aaalnat George Cathre. by Mr. Adams la referring ta certain
Sery-Moar far Mothers and Chllerea ! attitudes taken by the Judiciary. Be da--Dean
Tancock of Trinity cathedral haa clarpd tlM supreme court U not the final
thrown open tha auditorium of tha mem. ! .-aa, .r an -numiaiai aueatlone;
orlal hall for Sunday afternoons, to meet j u j.fferson said, lu power along
" moinesa ana mue cnuareu. Um coordinate and ca-aatanarre
Dorx Program win na provided for each , ,k.. , . tha lweatdeot.
Mr. Adama aald. m part:
afternoon, consisting of moale and a
story-hour. A very warm welcome will
be extended to all who come,
teet Belattve la aougat May Fox af
Ouray. Colo, writes to The Bee for In- 1
formation concerning the woman who
'married William Henry Fox about twen-ty-flre
yeara aga The wedding occurred
to- California, but shortly afterward th
couple came ta this etty. She offers a
reward for the name and whereabouts
of Mm Fox. Anyone having this knowl
edge may aend It to May Fox at Ouray.
Tsiiiisi Omaha Teacher Die News of
tha death early In I he week of Mlae Susan
Copeland. . at Kenton, Mass., haa been
received here by her Omasa friends. Mlas
Coneland vs a teacher at tha Pacific
school for many years and taught thou
aanda of youngsters now grown up. Thirty
years ago aba removed to Newton, and
has been there ever since. Death resulted
from heart failure.
XeBrUa VUtta Bare C H. McBrlde
of Washington, who la superintendent of
tha division of railway adjustments ,1a
tha Postofflce department, spent a few
hours today with Superintendent Hasten
of tha railway mail service, dr. Mn
BrMe and Mr.Masten ware close friends
In Washington when Masten waa there,
and when McBrlde came west on business
be stepped In Omaha long enough to have
friendly chat with bis old friend.
gg Weald keep Mangels John Grant
Fan. Inspector of weights and measures.
has asked City Comptroller Cosgreve
approve a new system of accounting and
-keeping track of things.", ha thlaks will
help aim to score coal dealers and etfler
(merchants. Tha system would consist af
keeping a minute record of each dealer
I la tha city who sells by weight. Mr.
Peg will ask for permission to hare the
necessary books and blanks printed.
I Bpeea Teats at Mlg BahaaV--Speed
tests" tor typewriting . students at the
I Omaha High school have been takes ap
and will be continued dally througbant
I tha rest of the present school term. Every
i class will take a three-minute test as
'their first work each day. and the In
dividual averages af students for sack
week will be published an the bulletin
board each Monday. Mahal C. Allison,
bead typewriting Instructor, origins led
GLOVES BETRAYED A SLAYER
Mela Faaaeaa Back , Beer.
On draught and In bottles an and after
ll.Mk S' V ' '
Ouarantead fo bs the only genuine Bock
Beer brewed In Omaha. Family trade
. WM. J. BOEKJIOFF, Retail Dealer.
'Phones: Douglas lit; Independent A-&U.
Shields Asks a Cut ,
in Water Bond Issue
George W. Shields baa filed an amended
petition la bis suit is district court o
enjoin sale of part of tha water bonds
voted by the electors of Omaha on three
ooeasiaaa. Tha amended petition alleges
that since the courts nave decreed the
city need not pay Interest on the water
(works purcfesss price, tha amount of
bonds to be sold should be still further
'Under Its eonstltutlosal powsr to ee-
tsbltsa Interior courts and to make ex
cretions and regulations aa to the as-,
peltate Jsirladtctloa of the supreme court.
congress must deny ta the federal ju
diciary Jurisdiction to perpetrate Judicial
erlmea' such as tha following: Bvaatoa
of tha constitutional right to Jury trial
by adjunct loo and contempt proceedings.
"The abrogattoa at suck power by the
eouns la a violet! oa of the ones, well
established principle thst tha courts
would not enjoin against acts already
I prohibited by law.
Tee of the Injunction against state om
elets to evade the eleventh amendment te
the constitution, whlca prohibits suits
against a stats by a private Individual.
' "Enjoining on 'cock and boll" grounds of
acts whch are not Illegal, some of which.
Indeed, hav seen declared lawful by the
"Doing of other -pseudo Judicial acts
which arc Inherently impairments of pub
lic policy, such as Insertion Into statutes
of words which coagrsss expressly kept
eat of them and which entirely alter the
meaning.' aa, for Instance, the word ras
The supreme court never wsa Intended
to be tha animate arbiter it constitu
tional questions. Tha lima haa pa said
whan any considerable number of per
sons have believed the Judiciary should
sot be criticised. The ultlmats arbiters
are taa people, who made and can un
make tha constitution. It is 'for them
rare. They made tub constitu
tion, I have known men to sit aa the
supreme bench when there were abler
leavers, notoriously abler and more
famous lawyers In tha senate committees
and I have known man ta be appointed
to tha supreme bench for no other
reason than that they bad been defeated
for soene elective office and bad to be
glvea aome high postUoa as a sort of
aonsolatlaa prise, .'
"Let us do something to put an and
ta the distinct, conspicuous and un
scrupulous -arrogatlon of tha legislative
powers of government by tha Judiciary.
Let congress do what It can and It baa
tha powsr to euro some af these abuses.
Let all the judges, especially those of the
supreme court, be elective and subject
to the recall. Let tha president be
bald responsible, for bis acts. Interpret
ing tha constitution for himself when
questions arise In his department, form
ing his own legal opinions as to con
stitutionality ana constitutional advis
ability, and then acting upon them."
Judge E. Mi Bartlett gave his experi
ence with sa Oklahoma lawysr reading
the correspondence that passed with the
sooner statesman. It was an exposition
of now twa lawyers may trim each other
verbally with tha edraotsge given to
the snaa tram Nebraska. -
i 0STERM00R MATTRESSES
(,M Sperlal Be-sner-l 1
.At Special Bedaced Prices Meaday,
March it law
These mattresses became soiled la our
warehouse during the course ef con
struction of retaining walls and moving
partitions and ceilings for lh sprinkler
system Just Installed. ' ' '
We have sped si permission from Oster-
moor a. Co. to sell tness oust aoiiea aw
srrases at special prices. ' Monday. March
11, s will place tha entlreNot oa ssie
i vtraordinanr price reductions. 8re
ad In Sunday's paper for description and
ORCHARD WILHKLM CARPET CO.
Omaha MY" Glees
Tha Omaha "T" Olas club, sights
voices strong, assisted by a variety of
local musical and elocutionary talent
gave a vary successful concert under the
direction of Lee O. Krats at tha Toung
Women's Christian association auditorium
last even Inc. pleasing a very appreciative
audience for about two! hours with their
vocal efforts and rented'dress suits.
"Slaos Pa Mas Bought a Limousine,'
sung by ths Olee dub. proved the. hit of
the evening and the husky voiced eongstera
were called back several times alter this
number had bees given. Tha "Pink Lady'
waits by tha Gibson Mandolin orchestra,
under tha leadership of Francis Potter,
wss also well rendered.
The following assisted the club la the
program: Mrs. Edith O. Hammlll.
praaoi Miss Gertrude , Weeth, plan let:
Mies Frances Bang hart, readings: Will
Hetherlngton, violin, and lB Oibsoa Man
dolin orchestra. ,
ONE OF THE HUNDREDS THAT LEAN UPON
OTHERS. OR ARE YOU SUFFICIENT
UNTO YOURSELf ?
It takes energy, brainpower, concen
tration to make a livelihood." .
. Vitality and the power to keep it,
must be considered.
To be a Tower of
Strength, you must , have
staunch nerves, with
brain -and body working
if list best ntrvt, brain and
, body buildtr. It it pur;
wholuom, invigorating. '
Perhaps the greatest sid to the solution
to the mystery af Identities, and perhaps
the ssoat efndeat ' weapon that mod rye
scientific methods hsve placed la the
baada of the courts Is the Menttflcatlen
by finger prints. . .
One weuM say that ta a veld the Jeop
ardy tha criminal would need only to
wear gloves whan ha went about bis
work. But h was the very fact that one
ef the assassins wore glovraNhal led to
the detection of ' the criminal agents In
sue of the moat extraordinary cases re
ported la New Tork. (People against
Gonsslee, N. T.)
A Spaniard named Otero, .on his wsy
from Havana to New, fork, fell tn with
a countryman named Oooaales. Otero
waa a young, .frank, good-natured fellow,
and as Oonaalea' seemed ta be aa un
fortunate person of bis own country he
took up and -evinced a friendly Interest
ta aim. When they arrived m New Tork
Gonsales went with Otero to tha Barce
lona hotel In' Great Jooee street, which
wss known ss the Spanish house.
The proprietors or this hotel were not
pleased with the apprartnea of Oonaalea
aad. aa ha came 'Without baggage, they
refused him a room. However, upon the
intercession vr utero, he wss nnsny per
mittee to enter.
Otero . asid that- Uonxales was a poor
fellow whom be was going to help, who
bad coma to fiew Tork for employment.
Otere aemdto be s very prosperous
n:- he exhibited considerabls sums
of gold 'thst' be- carried about him. 'The
clerk at the hotel, advlaed film to
posit his money In the hotel safe, but
ho declined to'tske this precaution. It
waa afterward remembered that Oontalei
watched the ' mevemeata o( Otero with
tha keenest- Interest snd conatsntly at
It waa also remembered that within
an hour after their arrival at the Barce
lona Gonsales went to the Hotel da Cuba
la.Blaeckar street, a Utile mora than
block from Great Jones street, and there
mat with another Spaniard named Pell!
eler, who had hern a former waiter at
tha BarJalona, hotel. Soon after hla ar
rival Otero left for Philadelphia and did
not return to New Tork until the follow-
lna Tuesday. At t:M o'clock Wednesday
night it happened -thai WiUlam C. Mills
of Broklyn left his shop in .Fulton street
to go to his residence In Csnnon place.
and In ths canter of tha park he dls
d the body of Otero. The -polios
were notified and cams immediately. They
concluded - that aa the body waa atlll
warm ths assassins had been Interrupted
by the approach , of Mills and had not
completed their work of robbing the
One of the pockets of Otero was turned
Inside out. but another waa left undis
turbed, although It contained over TWO
In gold and the receipt for bis bill at ths
Barcelona- hotel, by which bo wss at
once Meatineo. la the naste ot tneir
flight ths murderers' had dropped their
Implements and tha police found a bent
dagger and the detached blade of a rasor.
These weapona could not be Identified
and did not ' Indicate , tha criminals, but
fortunately on the ground near by the
police picked ap a pair of bloody gloves.
When they came to examine these gloves
they) found thst the left one had been cut
As ths gloves did not fit Otero the po
lice won ot ths opinion that they had
been worn by one of the assassins, and
they constructed the following theory:
As Otere was sa athlete and vigorous
maa ho bad evidently been, surprised aad
overpowered, and aa there were two Inv
piemeata found It was reasonable to con
clude that there had bean two assassins.
Sa .ha arMt il-.H I V arntinAa w . Ka
in ths back the police concluded thst ths
assassin who had worn tha gloves had
clutched Otero with hla left hand 'while
ha applied hla' dagger from behind, and
that tha bolder sssaaila whits gsshlng
Otero tn front with his rasor Inadvert
ently cut tha gloved hand of his confed
erate. The police bad now a dew to the
assassins. They had only to find a man
with a gsahsd' left hand. As ths victim
wss a Spaniard they began at once to
visit these hotels snd boarding houses to
which Spaniards were accustomed to re
sort In New Tork, and they immediately
picked up Pelllclsr and Oonaalea. When
PalUdar was taken to the station house
ths glove was put on hla band and the
cats In it were found to correspoad with
the cuta In the fingers ot his left hand.
The Judge aald In his opinion: -
"In ths light .of the evidence, undis
puted and unexplained, the crime they
committed In darkness Is ss clearly open
to view 'as if they had perpetrated It In
the biaee.of'the noonday. Tha case for-
nisnss a angle illustration of the search
ing nature - and - the Irresistible force at
circumstantial , evidence la tha detection
and exposure- of secret guilt Bo far as
human sagacity,' could fores se ths per
petrators of tha crime were secure of ab
solute Immunity. They had no thought
when they wets compassing ,Ot era's death
that they were lifting their hands against
their own lives: but, step by step, as they
wars dogging htm.' retribution was follow,
teg unseen close dpon the beds of the
criminals " Saturday Evening Post.
AFFAIRS AT SOOTH OMAHA
Old-Time .Spelling- Beet Xdrired iJ
UTPEK GRADES TO . COMPETE
Geargw MeClaakr Arrested While
Trying ta Separate Cessbataata
Fanrral etf His, Qelaa at St. -Brtdarlw
The old-time spelling bees similar to
thoee held la the country school bouses
will be revived in the local public schools.
They will be almost the same aa In the j
days of old. when the farmers aad their
families for miles around gathered at the
school houses dressed In their Sunday
I remember how the sehool trustees
would sit up an tha platform alongside
ths minister and stare out over the audi
ence." said Superintendent Qranam, "and
now aad thea ask ths uncouth youths
standing ap beside the fair lassies et M
to spall some word, which they probably
had heard soma traveling salesman at I
tha crossroads store nse that morning.
And 'although tha victim tailed te spell
ths word properly, they would nod their
head . In approval and say kerert,' tn j
spits of the arguments ot the teacher."
These matches will be sa exact repro
duction of the old brand, only Mr. Gra
ham refuses to bo compared to the old ,
board of trustees. He says he wHl be on ,
the platform, but will be sura and look
la tha dictionary before, he asks partlcl- ,
pants tn say of the nuUchea to spell ai
Thess series of metrites wilt he held In
the four upper grades between sll ths
ward acbools. The first will iaks place
Ueoeae Uets the ".-esse.
"A woman la being murdered at Thirty-
ninth and L, streets." cried an excited
feminine voice as Desk Hergvant Billy
Corrlgan answered the telephone "Mur- i
dor call." shouted Billy, snd things began ;
to move lively around tits station. j
Tha hurry-up wagon with Driver Grace i
at tha helm made a record-breaking trip ,
to the scene of the supposed murder, .only
to find two. women, Mrs. Oeorge Mo
Clusky and Mrs. Walt Percorsky. trying
their best to pull out each other's hair,
and George McClusky doing his beat to
As a result McClusky Is In Jail, charged
with disturbing ths peace. It appears
that ho went to the Percorsky home early
In tha evening, accompanied by his wife,
to tell Mrs. Psrcoreky that site would
have to replace a window light which
aha had broken. Somehow the two women
got in aa argument and when the polios
arrived poor George was blamed and was
hauled to the station under tha protec
tion of Detectives Hank Klsfalder and
raaerat of Mrs. gjalaa.
Tha funeral of Mrs. p. J. Qulnn was
held yesterday , morning from St
Bridget's church to Holy Sepulcher cem
etery. The church was packed to the
doors by friends of the deceased woman
and the funeral procession extended for
At ths church tequlenv high mass was
ssld by Father O'Callehan. ius pastor;
Father Harrington of St Cecilia's church.
Omaha, and Fathar Morlarty of Benson.
Thirty-two cisrks and carriers ot the
postofhee, ted by Postmaster Lew Etter
and Asslstsnt Postmaster Miller, marched
from tha residence to the. church and es
corted the body to tha cemetery. -
Mr. Quins la at present register clerk at
Ihe poet office and has been In the ssrvlos
about twelve' yeara. Mrs. Qulnn was
formerly affiliated with tho service. -
' School Warvwals neecessee.
The city treasurer's office redeemed
til. ON school warrants yesterday. '.This
will exhaust tha eonool fund until about
April Is. At that time the saloon licenses
will bo paid, which will bring ths school
fund up to about 11.000.
Beaater Cl.b Meets. .
An enthusiastic meeting of tho South
Omaha Boostsr club was held Isst sve ly
ing at ths slty hall. Several of ths mem.
here favored a motion to have a banquet
In tha near future and lne the candi
dates of both parties. Their object Is to
get together for the benefit of ths city
at large. The mayor asked that ths mo
tion be carried over until ths meeting
next Thursdsy night .
; Vowllaa Spares.
JETTER S GOLD TOPS.
, . 1st. Sd.
Forman 1W l 2
Koen 30D let 171
Brlggs 1M ltt IU
Fltsgerald it HI 1M
Chadd IH IK IT
Totals ...7 3t fa M t,7M
Ham 1st Hi
straw ..i IK 1U
gporveen IK 11
Qhnesborg 1ST .Ml
LuOTxO n D D
Ima.inc two men of equal heights, measures and weights but one
40 years old, the other 18. Perhaps the same suit of. clothes
would fit either as far as size is concerned. But on one or the
other of the men" the 6uit could not respond to the wearer's
Our Young Men's Clothes are as much different from our Njen s
Clothes as a young man is different from a man. The cut is
always in keeping with the spirit of youth; the fabrics are particu
larly chosen: and then there is that hidden quality that comes from
the mental attitude of the creators, which Was intent for the
moment on the production of distinctive young men's clothes.
An easy range of p.ices from $10 to $35. -Then
too there is distinctidn in our Furnishings for, young men;
in the shirt, ties, hosiery. It is also apparent
Mew Spring Hats
For Young Men
BIG BdOZE FIGHTERS ABROAD
ha wall Sele the Fas la Seaslag
with Oerssaata Crowding
,' Hiss HaeaV.
. , a a. . . t.
Englishmen are' the greatest drinkers of
alcohol la Eurdpe, 'according to a table
Just eompUled In Perl a' The average
John Ball ooostunes sis quarts of gin snd
1i quarts of bear.' ale or 'stout a year.
Tha average-Oermea -runs him a very
doss ssoond..wlth seven quarts of wine,
six and one-half of brandy and IX quarts
of beer. Tho German figures sra de
ostvtng. however, a. the Teutons ot the
larger towns, like Berlin. Frankfurt and
Munich, who are famous the world over
for their "capacity'' at table, are much
heavier drinkers than tha country Ger
mane. . Thus M Berlin tha average in
habitant gets' away, with Mt quarts of
bear a year. In 'Frankfurt B quarts of
beer are accessary to assuage the thirst
sf s roan In the' street and In Munich
the aatlvee are satisfied with nothing less
than, the remarkable total ot fit quarts
Tha Dam drinks annually M4 quarto otl Bromer-a grocery slurs. Twenty-fourta
Totals STt Ot M IS
J Within ths last three days death by
scarlet fever has taken two of the child
ren af Mr.'and Mrs. T. Egan, MS South
Twenty-fifth street. The second child,
Ilene, I years bid. died last evening. The
funeral was held this afternoon at t
o'clock from tha residence to St Marys
Thomas, tho 4-year-old son. died
Wednesday .evening. He was hurled
yesterday afternoon. Both children bad
been 111 but eight days.
The other two children are down with
the deadly disease. Both are la a pre
Maa-ta City Oessip.
The women of the Christian church will
give a dinner election day.
Phone Bell South Ws-lnd. F-lsn for a
isa of Jetter Gold Too. prompt del verv
ta any part ot the city. William Jetter.
Mrs F. L. Williams of Portland. Ore..
formerly of thia city. Is visiting here with
An all-nation carnival entertainment
will be clven by thelrfldren of the West
4 street school this evening at the school.
John A. Jones, ,st years old. died yes
terday afternoon at his home. Twentieth
aad Madison streets. The body waa
sent to Brock, eo.. tor nunsi.
Leonard Chance. l years old. died
Wednesday night of heart disease at his
home, let North Forty-first street. The
body will be shipped to ASel, Is,, this
morning rer punai.
The Ladles' Aid and the Home Mission
sry societies of the First Methodist
church will hoM a home baking sale
little or no wins and twenty-four
quarth of brandy; tha Swede absorbs
fifty-six .quart of beer and nine quarts
of alewhea, while the Norwegian la eon-
tent wttb thirty-one quarts, ot beer aad
three quarts' of brandy. The Russian re
quires only five quarts of beer and five
quarts of 'brandy (vodka); tha French
man moat bars thirty-two quarts of beer.
Mt quarts ot wins and M quarts of bread
Ths Dutchman, thirty-eight quarts of
bear and eight and one-half .quarts of
brandy: the Belglaa. 23 quarts of beer
and nine quarts ot alcoboL New Tork
The key to success a tinslnsss la tot
peratsteat aad judicious use of newspaper
'advertising. , .......
Dr. Themsa Kelly, who suffered an at
tmek of hasp failure Tuesday, was much
improved today. It was thought tor a
while that he would not be able to sur
vive the attack, coming shortly after a
stroke of paralysis.
Jsmes Crossan, brother of Mrs. J. J.
Sexton. UJt North Twenty-seventh street,
died yesterday morning at Council Bluirs.
He waa formerly a resident of this city.
but haa been In business la ihs Bluffs
for the last two years.
First of your Spring things ought to be a Hat; that's where well
dressed men begin. And here's the place to befin looking for
it. You'll find exactly what you want, America s best hat pro
j 1 ducers are repreaented. Alao ioreign makes.
Nebraska Special ... $1.50
Asbury . .- . ... $2.50
Also 100 different styles of Stetson's-at $3.50 upwards.
a , . - y - -
TV j rl swTN '
snd C. W. Brltt waa elected to fill tho
vacancy caused by Mr. Schroeder's resig
nation from the board of trust sea.
Lumber Men' Vote
Confidence in Hines
LOL'ISVtLJ.E, Ky March ..-Closing
sessions of ths National Wholesale Lum
ber Dealers' association whose two-dsy
annual meeting here came to a close to
night, brought comfort to Edward Mines
of ths Hlnss Lumber company, whoae
name figured In the Uorlmer election esse.
This waa Veferrcd to In resolutions
sdopted. as "mailers of national Im
port," citing Mr. Hines' many years ot
membership In trie association and that
hs hss "for all of these years conducted
his business affairs snd his relations with
this association In such a manner and
with such a degree of Integrity ss to
warrant tha continuation of our highest
Officers were elected as follows:
President Franklin K. Parker, Saginaw,
Mich.; first ve president N. U. Wol
cott Providence, R. I.; fecond vies presi
dent Gordon C. Edwards, Ottawa, Ont;
treasurer, Fred W. Cole. New Tork; sec
retary, K. F. Perry, New Tork; trustees,
T. M. Brown, Louisville; M. N. Wall,
Buffalo: C. I. Millard. Norfolk, Vs.; a
A. Goodwin. Marlnetts, Wis.
Ths next meeting place will be selected
by the trustees some time In Msy. A
western city is said to be favored,
though Nashville, Tetin., haa invited tha
Don't let stomach, liver nor kidney
trouble down you, when you can quickly
down them with Electric Bitters. Sue
For ssls by Beaton, Drug Co.
Key to the Situation Bee Advertising.
persistent and Judicious use ot news pa per
Trv Slnan'a Liniment (or VOUf
rtteumiti&m .Hnn't rub iust lav
it on tightly., It goes straight to
. i .isi 1
the sore spot, quickens ine otooa,
limbers up the ' muscles and
joints and stops tue pain.
. is fine for lame muscles.
S. W. tv. ef Ufsr-ta). Ala- writes--"I
eta rbeomattaat for sr. yasra t tnee AnsMrs
and eraarsl SlffarM. rssMSlat Sot the dm not
sal. aw. I obestsss sboRieof Sloss'.UiS
avnt whieh SM meaa paseh eoo4 lasll veaM
set So sabosl a toe ssrUasst."
AtalS-akra. frkaSa. sss.ast.st,
Dr.EeriS.Stos . feoatoo, Mass.
P. C. SCHROEDER SECRETARY
FOR THE OMAHA EAGLES
At tha regular weekly meeting ot Fra
ternal Order of Esgles No. 38. P. C.
He breeder wss elected secretary to suc
ceed Cbarlea II.. Huntington, resigned,
. CURES DRINK HABIT.
So uniformly successful haa OR RINK
been In restoring the vtetime of the
"Drink Habit" Into sober and useful eit
ltena, snd so strong is our confidence In
its curative powers, that we want to em
phasise the fart that ORRINE la sll
under thia positive guarantee. If. after
a trial, you get no benefit, your money
will b refunded OltKIXE costs only
tl.SS per bos. Ask for Kree Booklet.
Rherman Mc onnell Ktnig i'o., for.
Itth and Dodge Bta.. for. lttn snd Har
ney Sts., for 24th snd Farnaai bte., :7-
North ltth St., Loral Hotel.
A New Hat Store
W bavs coorpleted our naw store and factory at 1311 Douglas
St., and wo would be highly pleased to bate you com In and 3ne
over our complete Una ot Buring Hats and sea how wa make thera.
We have an sndless collection of style,, colors and flnlshaa.
The price will surprise you all Hats 93.00.
Omaha Hat Factory
1321 Douglas Street
itftSafT Limited ' -fcSabaWii
Bridges the Distance
' Wfth Safety, Speed, Comfort
, Between Omaha and Chicago
Leaves Union station
6:08 p. m.
Electric lighted throughout, with dravruig-room, sleeping our,
t a: i ' t. : a l
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Arrives La Salle Station . . " . . . 8:09 a. m. ". "
v only One oa the aPsesssa aioof
, Arrives Englewood Union Station " ." . ' 7:54 a.m.
; " Coevenlejit as toatk adds Dlatrict . ;
Other Good Trains at 4:10 pv m-, 12:SS a. as. '-'
' for thiictt. rrserraft'oss or wfomolios, tkJnt, srrftt e. taL
1 :r"J r'arnam Street.
1. 8. McX.VI J.
Dsvtsioa PnavtajcT Ascot.
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