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THE OMAHA tSLXUAV HLK: APKIL 14.
To keep some ex
tra workmen busy J-'
I have made a S 20
coat and pants
price on my S25
goods for one
MacCarthy-WIIson Tailoring Co
804-306 South Sixteenth St.
W pay xpna
ana way oa oat
of town Mp
snu of $3 or
Count your time, and your grief
over delays and Ineffective result
and you will BEE where It PAYS
to have I S clean up your ruga,
draper lea. carpet, curtain, pll-.
low, couch cover, etc., thl
In the FIRST place we DONT
line oap and water for uch
cleaning, for that HOTS the
pieces. You've often .expressed
delisht over the way we clesa
your fine gowns and suit. o
lan't It COMPORTING to know
that your rue, etc., will be
cleaned by Identically th earn
process? Better phone for price.
2211-2213 Farnan St;.
Branch ageeol! Fompalaa Boonl
raadsts Stores eaa 2reehet the
Tailors, mis garaam as. -
Omaha's Quality Laundry
Conducted, along lines that, are
the result of constant study or
Laundry conditions.' ,
Linens are handled by only ex
perienced operators and with , a
view to . your" personal ' comfort.
is returned as quickly as careful
handling will permit usually
I loth Phones. Wagon Everywhere.
Is . - I
HI SJ tW" V UI1SWMIIIWSIS
9 ! iii aii i iaaiirn
with aasple eapits-J,
large nsomces and
an efficient and
dates back to l$t(,
Las the ability and
disposition to givs
good trust company
Our various de
W r a t, Froparty-
Xasaraaee, are wall
f CAPITAL 1
A Hi- Ctai CJothlnjr Heaaieamaa
who hu a pa?riKnal foltowlns tutd
t cully ot wmking friends, on who
la now located io aoine torsi ulore.
To tlw rlpht party an xcpiior!al
propoafttoD la offered with aatisCac- -tory
rHX -uneraiHn. All corTpKij
enca trt.ttH vtrtctlr eonfldeniiai-
ddreas K-TS, cart oX Tba fee
I equipped ror trans- s
1 promptly and aeon-
I otntcaliy. - I
We cordially In- II!
vile your business. Ill ;
mm, rami is here
Comei to Help Yeiter in Hit Boom
: " for SoOMTelt.
SATS 1A FOLLITTE U SICK XAS
Edltar at the (pates- Trtbsae any
ska WUrtiili Seaater Haa Set "
HituMH ma Hla Re-.
;. . cent ladlsaasltiaa. . .
Medlll McCormick. editor of the
Chicago . Tribune and. central western
manager of tba Rooaevelt boom. arrived
In Omaha earl- yesterday morning to. half
John O. Yelser swing the Nebraska pri
maries scheduled -for April tJ. : , . .
Ilia first act after affectionately greet
trig the champion Rooaevelt advocator
was to write- out a ststement .for the
newspaper eicariatlng President Taft
for breakltuT .away .from the Rooaevelt
He talked awhile on how the Tribune
prophesies the Roosevelt victory In Illi
nois weeks before the primaries, frowned
and mentioned something about federal
patronace. and explained how. after a
few dsyi' campaigning in the Ninth dis
trict, where live Secretary Walter Fisher.
Secretary MacVeagh. a couple of ex-secretaries
snd Fred A. Buss, he and his
corns, backed by ths Tribune, had swung
ths district into the Roosevelt line.
La Fallen lick Mia.
Mr. McCormick believe that Senator
La Follette Is not himself. He explained
that after the senator broke down at
Philadelphia he haa been working under
such a mental strata that if even he were
made president, be could not perform th
dutlea required. Other presidential
pirants, with the exception ot Roosevelt
he declared, were Just as near the grave.
or the position In politics that that sug
Mr." McCormick personally' Is very dem
ocratic. He Is a tall man with an ever
ready smile. "except bo occasions when
the president's name I mentioned.. Ill'
good nature also Is fussed a . bit when
mention is made of the publicity be re
ceived not long since -over his probable
affiliation with the National' Harvester
company. He declared that the McCor
mick have not been connected with that
Industry for thirty-five years, and that
the odium of the accusation that he was
connected with 'It was doubly sever be
cause he never had collected any of It
dividends. , -
t a Flsher'a Trail.
In speaking of Id appearance In Omaha
so shortly after Secretary Fisher' visit.
he denied that be was on th man' trail,
but repeated that he had corns to help
out with the primaries.
H did have thl much to say about
Secretary Fisher, however:
"Last night at Lincoln Secretary Fisher
proclaimed the president a progressiva
statesman, and by way of proof of Mr.
Taft' progress! veneas Instanced hi own
career a a progressive
There was a thna when Mr. Fisher a
a progressiva was a sharp critic ot tM
"The secretary of the Interior did not
discuss In ny great detail the president'
record of achievement aa a statesman.
And In these dsy a man Is .Judged by
his record and not 'by his promise or
on Eleventli Street
; A' ter having been closed tor more" than
two year th' Eleventh street' viaduct '
open to travel, the repairs hsvmg been
completed and accepted by the city en
gineer., ''.'' : '
There was an almost endless amount of
litigation over when and how and by
whom the repair ' should be made.' .
compromise was effected and two and
one-half month ago an agreement wa
entered into between the city, th Union
pacific and th Burlington road. Under
that agreement the Union Pari Ho wa tn
land four-fifth and th Burlington one-
fifth of the coat, th repairs to be mad
nd the structure thrown open April Is,
or next Monday. -
Tke Union Pacific, agreeing to stand a
major portion of th cost, put It en
gineer to work. Two span of new tel
hsvs been put In place, new girder have
been laid, the pier and overhead con
struction strengthened and a larga por
tion of the floor relaid. In the aggregate
the cost of the repairs hav been MM-
It I said that th viaduct la saw stronger
and better than at any time sines It wa
Material. for. the Tenth and Sixteenth
atreet street viaduct I now In transit.
These win be re floored and otherwise re
paired. Material for tha Bancroft via
duct is now on tha ground. Work on aU
these structures will be rushed to earnest
Rine Takes Defeat
Without a Protest
Tin satisfied. It la past history, a
far a I am concerned, and you can aay
there win be no contest." said City At
torney John . A. Rlne when friend
ought to know If he would contest th
nomination for commissioner, won by
Councilman J. B. Hummel with a I
Mr. Rlne acknowledged that he was
disappointed, but said be bad no d Is pod
tlon to put up a scrap for fourteenth
position on th baUot.
Defeated candidates have ceased to Ua
ger about tn city nail ana only oc
casionally win on of the nominees
forced to resort to indirect or Indiscreet
answers In turning away the applicant
for tha softer cnapa under th commis
Pre pa rations sr being made by th
nominee for th hut few day of cam
paigning before tha election. May 7. Or
ganizations ara being perfected and the
total vote ot h3 cast at the primary. It
la believed., will be considerably in
creased. . -'
from Los Angeles
After a pies aunt sojoem at their sum
mer home, "Holly wood," near, Los An
gele. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Wattle re
turned Friday night In good health and
siad to get back to Nebraska. They arrived
at a few minute past o'clock When
Mr. Wattle come downtown thl morn
ing he found nothing but walla of bulld
biga around the United Statee National
bank, of which he Is vice president.
Weary with the trip h had mired and
atept while tha fire department fouefit
the Came that would hav -destroyed
the bank had it seen built leas substan
tlally. - .
Cultivated tastes prefer Permits, Is.
ftew jersey Divine t0 Be
The members of the Episcopal church
In South Dakota and the people of the
tat In general are greatly .pleased at
the election of Dean George Blller of
Sioux. Falls to the position of bishop of
the Episcopal church for South Dakota.
For about three years past he has been
rector of Calvary cathedral at Sioux
Falls and has become one of tb most
popular churchmen og South Dakota.
During the three year he has been
In charge of the work of the church In
Slonx Falls he has endeared himself to
the people generally of the community.
He (a a comparatively young man to oc
cupy so exalted a position s bishop, but
has the ability to fill the place with
honor and credit to himself and to hla
ehureh. Bishop Blller was a classmate
at Berkeley Divinity school of Bishop
Frederick Foot Johnson, who suceeded
the late Bishop Hare as bishop of the
Episcopal church for South Dakota, and
who-soma moths ago departed for Mis
souri, where ha accepted the position of
coadjutor bishop of the church.
For the first seven years sfter grad
uating from Berkeley Divinity school
Bishop Blller was stationed at Oklahoma
iuy. vkl The next nve years he wss
In chants of the chapel of the Church of
the Incarnation In New Tork City.
WHITE SLAYERS INDICTED
Federal Grand Jury Betum Twenty-
Five True Bills,
01E0 MAN IS ALSO DETAINED
- the ' Malls, Beakelaa Many
Vlrtlssa. Will Answer ta
Tha federal grand Jury reported to
Judge William H, Munger of the United
State district court at 11:30 o'clock yes
terday, returning upwards of twenty-five
Indictments against individuals on various
charges, finishing Its work begun lest
Tuesday morning. The Judge thanked
th Jury-for It peedy work and dis
missed t for tha term. .
The Jury returned Indictments against
Leo Van Gorkora. O rover Miller and Roy
Murfleld, charging them with enticing
Blllls L. Klnsle. aged IT years, to
Omaha from Harlan, la.
Raymond Jordan la charged with de
frauding the Millard hotel by representing
himself an United States officer, em
ployed by th Interstate Commerce com
mission, obtaining lodging and board to
th amount of IS4.su.
Berta Leve la Caught.
Indictment were returned against
Berta Low Stoley. alia Berta Love,
and Clauds Stoley ot Omaba, charging
them with enticing and bringing Juanlta
Block, otherwise known a Jsunlta Ford,
from Da Molnea la., to Omaha for the
purpose of proetltutlen. Six count were
returned against each of the defendant.
Finding that - Louis Priest and Ellen
Wilson Introduced liquor Into Indian ter
ritory and an Id tlauor to Indian.
Finding that Frank 'Csllsndo mailed
nonmailable matter front'. Omaha post'
Finding that Thornton Benton Manning,
a postoffto employs, embesxled and de
stroyed a letter and readdressed Its con
tents to another party not originally ad'
Finding that Walter Brown, having ev
era! alias, and Qeorg Brown engaged
In tha business ot manufacturing oleo-
margarine without payment of special
tax and selling . oleomargarine In park
age other than original atamped park
ages authorised by tb government
Fertaae Telling Fakir.
Fred Montrose, alia M. Saika and
other aliases, was charged by the grand
Jury with defrauding through the mall.
Hla fraudulent act dealt with telling
fortune, charging hi victim 11 nd re
turn postage. To each one he required
their age and birth. A sample of the let
ters he received follows:
"Born October 7, ISM.
"How soon will I marry T
'Will I marry the one I think most of
"Where Is my mother?
"(Signed) EMILT EVANS."
A number of other Indictments were re
turned dealing with various charge of
misdemeanor, . selling of liquor, buying
Dianaeu from soldiers, and th like.
of Reform at the
Senator Hitchcock laid atrei upon the
pi-ogrcartvelam" of present day democ
racy In presenting Governor Harmon to
a few hundred Omaha dtlsens at the
Auditorium. He held up the Ohio ex
ecutive a a desirable type of real mill
tant and progressive statesmanship.
ueep necK on tb roomy tg
tn animated lines of this- mil-
Itaat and progressive democracy stretched.
They flanked tha distinguished guest
upon both side. They were pa
tnots, fervent and anxious In their
seal for the masses, from Omaha
and Other sections of Nebraska. There
was Senator Hitchcock, himself, and
former Senator Allen of Madison, upon
whose broad shoulder Mr. Brysn. by
once Inducing a populist governor to toss
a toga, save to tha Omaha aspirant and
present senator that Immortal "sting ot
Hut ther were other high In th
Prty' council, foremost In the fierce
fight for reform, statesmen who hav
wrought In season and out. persistently.
pauenuy. eacrtQciaiiy for that aacred
aiwasn oi oenrocracy to wnicn Uovernor
Harmon so frequently alluded: "Equal
right to aU, special privileges to none."
Among these progressive, rampant in-
urgent of democracy ranged along tb
front -of th stage. In the very first
were Cher ley Fsnning. Jim Dahl.
man.. Lee Herd man. Bill Canada. Walter
Moia and the Hon. Matt Gering of
PUttsmouth. They all seemed to know
Just whom tha governor meant every
time be referred so heartily to having
-toes great pstnotlc democrats of th
nation back of me." Matt Gering nearly
fell over In hi chair In applauding an
uch reference., while Miyor Jun wa
among tne nrst to catch the bint each
of liver and bowers. In refusing to act.
I quickly remedied with Dr. King New
Lit Plila. Easy, safe, sure. 25c. For
sale ey Beaton urug to. i
to Bishop Hare
- - - - "'. ' ' ' '
RT. REV. GRORQE FULLER. JR.
ew noteetant Episcopal Bishop of
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Mass Boot Prist It.
Slsotrto Ylbratora Burgess-tlranden.
fc, W. ChsnhlU, IHattat, i: Brands!.
P. B. T-aaaar, republican candidate far
soate. Bell phone "Klorenc Ml. "-Adv.
Boy a. Balph, Printer. SS.iaD.itta
WUUs X, Bee, democratic candidal
for United State senator. Primaries
April ll.-Adv. f
P, B. Wsaa, staunch friend of munici
pal ownership, candidal for Water board.
1 vest patup msaey In tax exempt -
curltle. Burns, Brinker Co, omsha
Natlcnsl Bank building.
KsOlnaJ guooeeds Dorwart F, W.
McGlnnis wa appointed constsbl to
urceed the late Frank Korwart by th
Board of County Commlultiner today. II
was elected by aeerut ballot, winning
over J. A. Inda, three to two.
aft to slid Lee Huff.
manager of tha Nebraika Bulrk Auto
company, ha bought a lot from th
owner, F. M. Penney, at Thirty-ninth and
Chicago atreet. on which he will build
a r.d home. The consideration wss tiSO.
Looks for Bottle Tslsvss Evtry man
ha a curiosity and N. Steinberg of Ml
Harney street admits he possesses a well
developed curiosity. For weeks some un
identified man has been stealing bottles
from Steinberg, place with a regularity
that 1 clock-Ilk. Steinberg ha. asked
th pollc to learn who th party I and
what use he finds with th bottle.
Psgg After lo Peelers ice Dealers
who have not equipped their wagon with
scales hava Incurred th dlaplessur of
John Grant Pegg. city sealer of weights
and measures, and he has warned them
that after Monday alt drivers of wagons
without scale displayed will b appre
hended and th dealer prosecuted. Th
Inspector of weight snd measures say.
In hla opinion lc cannot ha sold In fatr
aess to patron at so much per chunk.
old and weak people have gotten from
Pure Malt "Whiskey-
is its purity. It is free from impurities and adulter
You Still Have a Chance to Get
One of These Bargains!
30 DAYS' FREE
$300 GonfHrr Practice Piano
$173 Apollo llano Hayer
VISS Fraiw Co. Practice Piano
200 Alios Piano
ttUO Davis Hot Piano
$273 Hradford Piano
40u Kverrtt Plnao
$430 J. a Klurher Piano
$000 Mtefrrr Hod's Grand Piarso
la addlttoa to th above Instruments wo have nuatle marked retlurtlon In price of the follonliiK
well known Pianos and Player Pianos: Hardman, Weber, Hteger A Hons, Emerson, MrPhail and our
own sweet toned Brhmoller A Mueller. Also the Weber, Wherlork, Hterk, Stayvewint, TerhnoU and
oar own aVkmoller A Mueller Plnver Piano.
SCHFalOLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.
(ENTAMJSHKD 1830,) Manufacturers, Wholesalers, Reutlers. 131 MS KARXA.M STKEET,
DEPARTMENTS ARE MERGED
Horthwettcni Coniolidatei Faue ti
ger and Freight Buiineu.
JOHS KZLIXN IS 15 CHAEGE
Action rellawe tha Recent Reslnaa
! t Oeerse T. West aad
th rressetlea at B. C.
Following th resignation nf Oeorge 7.
West as gen.rsl agent ot the paasengar
department and th promotion of B. C.
0 tiffin, general agent of tha freight de
partment, to the position of general agsnt
of th Northwestern road at Portland,
General Freight snd 1 Passenger Agent
70R old and weak
people a' stimulant is a
But the stimulant
because just as an
is benefited by a
injured by one
The whole reason for the benefit
which thousands upon thousands of
good and so pure
Give it to an old or weak
druggists, grocers and liquor dealers, or direct
$1.00 large bottle.
'The Duffy Milt Whiskey Co.,
Don't Wait Anoiher Day
NotwitjuUnding the heavy selling- of the past fe-v
weeks, over 75 bargains still remain from the Council
Bluffs stock (this branch store we recently closed) and
these include some pianos that were used by teachers, col
leges, etc, bat which have been overhauled and placed in
perfect condition in our factory. We offer, for quick
clearance, these wonderful terms:
No Money Down
Pay $1 a Week
EVERY PIANO WE SELL IS BACKED BY OUR
GUARANTEE, and to show yon that we have absolute
confidence in every instrument we are WILLING TO
TRIAL on Any of THESE BARGAINS
$00 Kaabo Piano $310
780 Welnway JOQO
$1,000 Hardman AuKMonn Plater Piano ..$510
$00 Htnyveannt Pianola 11am $360
$300 Blngrr Piano . . . $135
$1173 fhlckering Hon Piano $125
373 lUrhter Piano $ 9$
$300 Harrington Piano, Art Slyle $275
$323 Herbert Plnno
t Miller announce th consolidation ot th
two department In thl territory.
Coincident with th consolidation, sir.
Millar announces tha appointment of
John Mel ten general agent and Ror D.
Miller assistant, th appointment becom
ing effective Mar 1.
John Mellen ha been with the North
western upward of thirty rear and for
a long time haa been traveling freight
agent, working Nebraska territory. He
started hi railroad career aa an operator.
Later he entered the general offices Is
Omaha, serving s. a clerk, freight eollc
Itor snd traveling agent.
Mellen la a ehureh worker, s high de
gree Msson, an athlete snd an all 'round
worker In various field, hi business,
however, being hi hobby.
Roy D. Millar ha been with the North
western fifteen yeara, having started in
tat Ion work, later going Into th Omaha
city ticket office, where later he becsms
must be cure.
old or weak system
pure stimulant, it
that it is a medicine.
person, and find its value
assistant, two year ago changing over
to th freight department.
Driver Falls Under
Wheels of Big Truck
George Kuril, a driver for the Anheuser-Busch
Brewing company, living
at St Woolaorth avenue, was ssrlouslv
hurt yesterday when hla team became
frightened and ran away. Kyral wa
driving across several freight tracks near
Tenth and Mchoiai street when a wheel
became fastened In a switch frog. The
horse Jerked and the wheel broke from
the axle. The noise srsred ths horses
and they started to run away. Kyral wa
burled from hi seat between the horses
nd the rear wheels passed over his st mt
Ills left arm wss dislocated at ths shoul
der and fractured at the elbow, lie was
attended by a surgeon and sent home.
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