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EQUALIZATION BOARD MEETS
Railroad Assessments likely
Follow Real EsUte.
POEJT OF IiW IS nrVOLTID
Saau-eaaa Cawrt Opens First lnlM
..la Mar Important Irrigation
Case Cesses Va far Argu
(Prom a Stiff Correspondent.)
IJNCOLN. May I -tSpectl. Tomor
row the State Board of Equalisation
will meet according to law to consider
th assessment of railroad property. It
I not likely that any substantial progress
will be made or eves attempted.
The board la comprised of oOvernor
Aldrlch, 8ecreUry of State Wait Auditor
Barton. Treasurer eGorge and Land Com
missioner Cawles. ' The equalization this
year Is particularly Important, as It Is
ine year inr assessing; reai ewir.
present the board has but a limited Ides
of what Is being done in the way of
valuation of real estate in the various
counties, but reports received. In an
tnformay way. Indicate there la to be a
substantial Increase in valuation of .this
class of property.
If that Is true an increase in railroad
assessment la likely. If for no other
reason than that or equalising values.
There has been no material change In
railroad assessments for several years,
and whether there would be this year
if it were not for the IncreAed assess
ment on real estate. Is problematical.
There are two features, however, which
re Hkely to be viewed from a different
ngle. .First, the railroads, which 'B
the past strenuously fought any increase
in their valuations for taxing purposes
have seen a new light and are not likely
to protest, st least strongly. In view ot
the court decisions on the question of
valuation as a basis for rale making.
Taxes are a drop in the bucket compare-!
with rates for freight and passenger
'Another new feature brought out Is
whether the Union Pacific should be as
sessed on right-of-way. S89 or feet
wide. The company claims too feet and
property owners contest the company's
right to the editions! amount. If the
board should decide to assess e50 feet the
company, until the question of ownership
wss set led, would hardly be In a condl-
As a basis for railroad valuation three
act of figures are available: First, the
assessed value fixed by the board last
iear; second, the physical valuation
placed by ths company on Its property In
its report to the State Railway commis
sion, and third, the physical valuation ot
the company's property made by the
engineers employed by the commission.
In comparing these valuations It must
be borne In mlnj fhst the asfseased
valuation contains a sum added to
physical value for ths franchise and ths
railroad and slate engineer's valuations
do not take this Into account, but simply
the physical value of the property.
WEST POINT SCHOOLS
TO HAVE PATRONS' DAY
WEST POINT, Neb., May. S.-(8pecial.t
Friday, May l. has' been designated
as Patrons' day for the West Point
public schools. Superintendent Q. A. Greg
ory, stats high school aormay training In
spector of Lincoln, will deliver an ad
dress on the occasion. An elaborate ex
position of tha work of the pupils will
C. W. Baker of the Nebraska Trans
portatlon company has Just visited West
Point In the interest of the Interurban
road. In spite of the hostile attitude
of the Fremont eounell he la very opti
mistic and says that only a panic can
now prevent the construction of the
road. The plans have been secepted by
the European capitalists and they have
agreed to take the bond Issue. Sub
scriptions have been opened and pros
pects are good for the subscription of
the Ss.W).(M reoilred within reason
able time. Mr. Baker la very enthusi
astic and regards the road as an assured
fact and his enthusiasm Is contagious
here. The people of West Point have
placed great financial faith In this proj
ect. Saloon licenses have been granted to
Dine corporations, firms and persona at
West Point, via: Meiergerd Nueve
mann. High Johnson. Fred Ruedlger
Co.; J. E. Vance: OJda at Malchow;
Jensen SehoenfeMt, Robert Chrlsteo
aen, Thompson st Kasw and to ths
West Point Brewing association. -
Fire, of accidental origin, destroyed
the barn and outbuildings of Mrs. A.
HeWuk In the north part of tha city.
Tha destruction wss caused by careless
ness In leaving pllea of burning rubbish
over night. Neighboring buildings were
for a time In great danger.
The Wiener Chautauqua Is schedule
to meet in 'that city on July S. the
week before the circuit race meet at
Mothers' day will be appropriately ob
served at West Point by a onion service
of all the protestant churches of th
city to be held at the auditorium. This
la the first official recognition ot the
day la tha history of the city.
REV. HARRISON PRESSON
BURED NEAR AUBURN
AUBURN. Neb.. May S.-8peclal.)-Rev.
Harrison Presson, who was suffo
cated a few days ago at Lincoln, was
buried here at the Sheridan cemetery
yesterday. This county was Rev, Mr.
Presson s noma for over forty years. His
wife died hero about Ova years ago, after
which he removed to Lincoln. He wa
veteran of the war of the rebellion, but
his principal duty was that of a recruit
ing officer. Ha was a superannuated
1 minister of tha Methodist Episcopal
church, but continued to occupy the pulpit
on rara occasions.
Peter Smith waa buried last Friday
at Linden cemetery, near his old home.
Mr. amlth bad the distinction of serv
ing under John Brown In the Kanaai
troubles, being one of the party that went
to Kansas to make that territory anti
slavery. Ha fled from Kansas in 13M ti
escape threats against his life and caught
a passing sreamboat and left bis family
behind. He came to Brownvllle and from
there went to the western part of the
county and pre-empted 1st acres of land,
which be owned at tha time of bis death.
He died at K.
tat Brtawe Repaired.
LOUISVILLE. Neb, Msy S. -(Special.)
' Repairing the washed out portion of the
auto and wagoa bridge over the Platte
river has been finished and the bridge is
now open for traffic The roads leadins
to Omaha and Lincoln are in pretty (ood
condition and the bridge company will In
the next few days so to the expense of
dragging them so there will be no oc
casion for complaint from teachers going
this route. " ,
SEWARD LIBRARY AND "Y"
BUILDING ON SAME SITE
SEWARD. Neb.. May .-(Special.!
Elvyn Diers has sold his racket store
to A. Smith of Omaha.
The Carnegie library commission has
written to the Seward library board that
it does not object to placing the new
Young Men's Christian association build
ing sad the Carnegie library together
en the site donated by W. O. Dickinson.
The library will cost tl. and ths
Taung Men's Christian association build
ing 'At The site Is worth SS.VM.
Mayor James Calder was Inaugurated
into his office on Wednee-Iay and Issued
saloon Hcenses to four applicants.- Th'
mtM foUr by ordlnanc,.
The Burlington Railroad company has
removed both the passenger and freight
depots, preparatory to building the new
SS5.O09 depot. The new location causes
the use of another street .one unpaved,
into the city.
The Lutheran seminary band of forty
pieces, has commenced a series of out
door concerts on Saturday nights in the
court house square.
Rev. Mr. Ludwlrk bss been called to
the pastorate of the First Congregational
church of this city. This church re
ceived SUM by a bequest of the 1st?
Jane E Douglass, but a controversy
anion the trustees placed the mstter
of. the estste Into the courts.
The burls! of Mrs. William Hickman,
a pioneer cltisen. took place Saturday.
William Clemmons. formerly of this
city, was set upon by a thief In his son's
store In Los Angeles. Cal.. recently and
half killed. He was beaten over ths
head with a revolver and would have
been killed had not the gun broke.
ED JOHNSON FOUND DEAD:
KILLED BY ESCAPING GAS
BEATRICE. Neb., May .- Special Tel
egram.) fedward Johnson, an old rest'
dent of 'Beatrice, was asphyxiated by gas
In his room on North Fifth street last
night. Gas wss escaping from a small
stove In his room when the body was
found today. Johnson recently returned
here from Atchison. Kin., where he bad
been employed In tha railroad pards. He
had operated a billiard hall here for soma
time for his brother. O. H. Johnson of
this city. He was S7 years old and un
married. Vssss Woman I.aare Life.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., May e.-(8pe-clal.)-Mlss
Clsussen. the young woman
who had Just entered service In the home
of former Lieutenant Governor and Mra
O. A. Abbott, and who, was found un
conscious in her room In ths morning
following her first night st ths home the
result, apparently, of having blown out
the gas, died last night. She was a mem
ber of a well known family In the county
and leaves her parents snd several sisters
and brothers. The death was entirely
John Mitchell to
Speak Here Before
the Summer School
Announcement has Just been made that
John Mitchell., prominent as a national
labor leader of the conservative type and
formerly president of tha United Mine
Workers' union, will deliver a lecture a
the Omaha Bummer School and Confer
ence, June 11. The school is managed
under the auspices of the University of
Omaha, and all meetings and elaasea will
be at the university buildings. Tha se
curing of Mr. Mitchell as one of the
speakers comes aa the first one of many
men of national note whTHl na in at
tendance. This marks the second tangible atep
that the university has taken toward the
establishment of a permanent extension
department The other move in this di
rection Is the bringing of Prof. B. J
Ward of the University of Wisconsin to
Omaha to deliver an address on the civic
social center. Mr. Ward bss been one
of tha foremost men in tha great exten
slon work now being carried on by the
Wisconsin school. He will apeak here
Friday night. May M, at Metropolitan
hall. The lecture will be tree and a
general Invitation has been extended to
of Omaha Plant
T. S. Zeiler. manager of ths Omaha
plant of the Loose-Wiles company.
ferrlng to the fact that ths company has
arranged to Increase ' Its capital stock.
"Our company has planned to Increase
Its working capital from S9.000.8n0 to tli.
000, MS for the purpose of enlarging Its
nresent plants and for building and
equipping others. No change will
mads in the plan or potley of the com
pany. The business has grown rrom mi
than S2.S0e.0Og in 1S0S to Over Jll.S0O.SOS In
111, and ths modern plants of the com
pany at Omaha, .Kansas City. St. Louie.
Minneapolis. Chicago, Boston and Dallas.
Tex., are not sufficient to take cars of
ths growing business. For thst reason
ths extension must be made. While the
executive officers of the company as
busy with the details of the reorganisa
tion, they will soon have a statement to
soaks to the public. The working tores
at tha Omaha plant will be increased
from S to J8 operatives very soon."
Ths Persistenr and Judicious Uss
Bee Advertising Is tha Road ts Business
. Mervesaemts sf Oeesna Steasaahlps.'
part. Arrives. Bat lei.
jrrw TOftg Careen.'
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NEW TORK CSJMsaJS.
SKW TORK : neurit.
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Mr TORK See OsdWISM.
NgW TORK Le Twiralaa.
SEW TORK Kens.
ST MICHAELS Caaesle.
CHRISTIAXSAXD tlaluS stales.
UVKRMOL CsWe Carama.
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Ordinance Being Prepared to Stop
Bootlegging ii City.
ANOTHIB BARS PACKING HOUSE
Readers It Illeaal ( Ball One
- Within Twa r) locks at rharch
or Sehsal Colored Has
Two ordinances are being, prepared In
the office of the city attorney which.
Is expected, will engage the considera
tion of the city council Monday night.
One Is a reflection of the Albert law
and is siraed at all dives and bootlegging
joints which, it is said, have been doing
business in the city. The other measure.
which Is being watched by a large part
of the population residing In the vicinity
of Thirty-second and L streets, makes
It Illegal to build, erect, or operate a
packing house, slaughter pen or other
kindred alleged nuisances within a dis
tance of two blocks from any church,
school or business district.
Ths first ordinaries will probably go
filing through the council, because ot the
support that Is expected from ths mayor
and many business men of the city, who
declsra that bootlegging joints. In par
ticular, have done great Injury to those
operating saloons under regular license.
On the second ordinance It Is not Im
probable that there will be a division.
It Is urged In support of the proposed
measure that the congregation of St.
Francis' Catholic church has a right to
the enjoyment of the property which they
have Improved at much expense snd
labor. By the erection of a packing house.
It Is contended, the value of the property
would be greatly depreciated and the
location rendered valueless as a social
center for school or church.
Men on ths other aide contend that
those who are expending their money In
the erection of a packing house should
not be hindered because such hindrance
would be In the way of development of
an Industry that really makes for the
success of the city. Besides this, the
building permits have already been
granted and It may be possible thst the
ordinance could not retract on the per
mission already granted. In either case
the council haa some problem to settle
to the satisfaction ot all parties
Greek nets Thraehlna.
The Ingrown respect which a southern
darky has for a white woman caused E.
Young, a negro, who resides at Twenty-
eighth and R streets, to administer a
thrashing to Jsmes Pullls. a Greek of
Twenly-nlnth and R streets, who Is al
leged- to, have insulted a passing white
womsn st Twenty-eighth snd Q streets
According to the story told by the
young darky, Pullls deliberately aplsshed
the woman with filth from a depression
In ths street. Ths woman remonstrated
and the Greek Is said to hare answered
Insolently. Then Young took a hand.
The police arrested both men and
charged them with fighting and disturb
ing ths peace. Toung says Re did not
know ths woman.
Yaaasslsslamers to File Brief.
On Monday a brief in support of the
ouster suit against Police Commissioners
Ryan and Plvonka will be presented to
the supreme court In Lincoln.
Attorney Dean Ringer yesterday received
a copy of the brief aa prepared by the of
fice of the attorney general. The docn
ment answers th objection sf the de
fenss, who allege thst ths present suit
can not effect the accused men now sere".
Ing a term of office. The defense allege
that ths ouster suit applied to the term
of office recently terminated by their re
The reply of the slats looks to the
logical cause ot. the ouster and proceeds
upon the assumption that the two men,
unfit to hold office during the former
term, would not become fitted by re-election
Friends of Attorney Ringer are begin
ning to wonder why Governor Aldrlch or
his attorney general have neglected for
mally to constitute ths South Omsha at
torney a deputy attorney general In the
case. They say Ringer has done the
work at. ths cost ot his own time and
npamtaaH far Veterans.
Post Commander J. W. Cress of Phil
Kearney Post. Grand Army of ths Re
public, haa sent out word to the friends
and relatives of deceased soldiers that
ths government will place fitting grave-
stones over ths dust of ths veterens
whose grsves havs not been properly
marked. The stones will be placed In
either ths Laurel HUI, Gorman Catholic
or St. Agnes" gravsysrds upon applica
tion and without charge. In tha applica
tion-tha government requires that ths
name, data ot death, company, regiment
and state ot enlistment shall be named.
The Information should be sent to the
borne of Commander Cress, M North
Decrees far Candidates.
Three, and possibly four, degrees will
bs conferred upon a class of candidates
tor admission to ths local lodge of the
Ancient Order of Hibernians today at
ths Ancient Order United Workmen tern
Die. Twenty-fifth and M streets. For the
occasion the Ladles' auxiliary of the or
der will be present to witness the ex
empllflcatlon of ths different degrees.
Ths work begins at J a. m.. when the
members and candidates attend the mass
at 8L Agnes' church, where they rerelve
In ths afternoon st 1 o'clock ths candl
dates will asaembla at the Workmen tern
pie, where ths work ot the Initiation win
begin promptly at I o'clock. This Is the
first ot the Initiations which have been
planned. for the rejuvenation of the or
der In this city. Tha officers assert ths.
tha number sf members is daily Increas
ing and applications . are such that tw
Initiation ceremonies will have to bs con
ducted each year. .
Tbe degree team is composed of P.
Lent has, art rlgh;' T. M. Dowd. brehon
William C. Sheens n. bard; W. I. Curran,
oils rah; TV F. Keene. chief escort; I. J.
Hurley, Jerry Bresnahan. John McGutre
and Peter - Doyle, guards; Matthew
O'Keefe. sentinel. . ' ' '
' Mrlrhrr'a Bed Bos: Killer.
This Is the stuff that kills the bugs
and keeps them kilted. People whs used
it last year uss It this year. It you ns
it this year yoa will use It next year.
Pint bottles at Sc. Ws deliver.
MELCHER DRUG CO..
41S N. 14th St.. South Omaha.
- roe- Sale- '
: Modern seven-room house, ts best real
denes stock la South Omaha. TeL So. 41
John Elliot Seta Raise.
South Omaha parte board officers have
been re-elected. Joseph Koplets will ra-
msla ss chairman. J. M. McCarthy as
secretary and John Elliott as superin
tendent of parka. It was agreed the super
intendent of parks should receive Slot
month for ths next six months. Here
tofore be has been getting 3 ta the
winter time snd M in the summer,
. Magi City Geaalp.
John O. Pushing returned yesterday
from Denver, Colo.
Mrs. R. M. Ijiverty will entertain at a
bridge party Saturday afternoon.
Miss Louise Ballery of Plattsmouth was
tha guest of Miss Mary Sheeny last
Wanted Board and room; first class;
o gentlemen. A. Bee office. South
Mrs. F. H. Cronble of Spokane. Wash .
Is the guest ot her sister, Mrs. C. 11
far Sale-Redroom suit, folding bed.
dining table and cook Move. Owner leav
ing aty. sit a. pa ci.
Miss Ruth Lambert was hostess for the
Lea Reisures club at her home riosy
Vr,r Rale Redroom suit, folding bed.
dining table and cook stove. Owner leav
ing city. u -. aa si.
Mr. snd Mrs. A. H Murdock enter
tained the Duplicate Whist club at their
home rriday evening.
Miss Vera Du Bole snd Miss Peso-
Jones have gone to IVs Moines to attend
Grant Chase, sheriff of Sarpy county.
was In town Friday and Saturday on
business connected with his office.
Edssr Smith hss returned from Hot
Springs. Ark.. sftT a five weeks' stay.
He la greatly improved in nrsun oy nia
Urn J. r. Mlrhsrlsen. tfll F street.
has Issued Invitations for a bridge party
for neit Wednesday afternoon at her
Miss Frances Tanner and Miss little
Lovlev will entertain the Junior Brldse
club at the home of Mlrs Luvtey Tues
Countv Attorney William Jamleson. II
is understood. Is making investigation of
alleged bootlegging joints located in
Sarpy county. ,
Mrs. Frank McMullen and two children
of Wichita, Kan., are the guests of .Mr.
snd Mrs. Waller Dearth, 111: North
Mrs. r. . ltobh. with Mrs. K. T. Baker
as assistsnt hostess, entertstned the la
dles' auxilisry of the Young Men s Chrls
tisn association Wednesday afternoon.
It is ssld thst a crusade Impends
against the many slot mschiies now in
u In the cltv. It Is understood that
what Is called the Personal Rights league
haa started Ihe movemrnt.
The South Omaha Gun club will open
the annual shooting season today at the
club ranee. . Fnrlv-fourth and P streets.
A full quota of the members Is expected
to be present at the opening.
Mrs. W. H. Hancock was hostess for
the Neiod Whist club Friday afternoon.
Prises were won by Mesdames Roy
Dennis and W. H. Hancock. The chlh
will meet next Friday with Mrs. Ilrffner.
The Saturday Night club was enter
tained at the hme of Miss Ola A la worth
Ths members are: Misses Pearl Lavertv.
Frances Tanner. Abble Lake, liasel Cook.
Ola Alsworth, Maurlne Murdock, Clara
Hsrnum and Adel Davis.
A number of young folks were enter-
tslned FTtdsy evening st Ihe home of
iarenoe Thrapp. izit Missouri avenue.
The evening wss enjoyed with games and
guessing contests. A dainty I'inrneon
was served at the close of the evening.
Mrs. P. Rheehv entertained st a
clock luncheon Wednesday In honor of
Mrs. Wepplier of Buff sin, guest of her
son. Bert Wenoner. The guests were
seated at a round table on wnich a later
bahket nf sweet oesa tied with tulle.
formed a centerpiece. Covers were laid
Mrs E. G. Smith gave a matinee party
Tuesday at the Oroheum In honor of Mrs.
Frank Masgie of Indianapolis, ina. inose
In Ihe 'party were: Mesdames Frank
Mssgle. George Swinsley, John Smith
Waller Flaher, Harry Pike. Burt Ander
son and E. G. Smith.
Justice William Kane, who In the sb-
sence ot Police Judge Callanan prealdas
ss city msglstrate. Is winning encomiums
because ot hia wise aectstons in tne po
lice court. The police sav the Jutlee la
making gooa. iternre going io court earn
morning Jiiue Kane, it Is saw, reaus
chapter from ths Bible.
Mlaa Mary Sargent was hostess for the
Stltchery club Frldsy evening, when
those present were: Misses Anna Ny
atrom. Mono! ha J,ae, Frances Csoe, CarlVi
Nlxlon. Mvrtle 'Taylor,' Stella Holmes.
Florence Miller. Jean Bothwell, Besalc
Rothwell, Viola Miller and Nina Me
Williams. The special- muslo at the "Rally any"
service of the First Methodist ehurori
Sunday morning will be tsken entlrely
from the works of Dudley Buck. Amer
ica's foremost composer of sacred vochI
music. The lull choir will sing "Rock of
Ages," "1 Will Lift Up Mine Kvee" and
(Hi. Pre e God In Ills Holiness. Mr.
Baker will sing "Consolation."
Mrs. H. Q. Klddoo entertained st din
ner Monday evening In honor or Ihe
high school debating tesm, which won
he district championship, liecorwtioua
were In the high school colors, red snd
white, (overs were isio Tor Aliases
Mvrtle Roberta Sara Voi-e Taylor, Kva
O Sullivan; Messrs. John Orchsrd, Wln-
throo lam. l iars nsvis. r.ngar manoo
and Mr. snd Mrs. F. U Cummlngs and
Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Klddoo.
Mrs. O. H. Davis wss hostess for the
Thursdsy Bridge luncheon club Thurs
day st her home. IMS North Twenty-third
street. Prises were won by Mesdames L
M. Lord and Cory-Bulla. Ths color
scheme wss worked In yellow. Mrs. Wal
ter Mtschle was the guest or the cum.
Tablea were placed for: Mesdsmes Byron
Clow. L. it. Lord, D. L Holmes. F.
Prurhs. Cory-Bulla. H. Marling; Fow
ler, Eldrldge. Bcrllnger, Omaha; Thomas
Parker, G. H. Davis.
The Highland Whist club waa enter
tained Friday evening at the home ot
Mr. and Mrs. I. u van Hani, rirst prises
were won by Mrs. Root snd Mrs. Mc
creary. The guests for the evening were
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Van Sent, Omaha:
Mr. and Mrs. John Fltsroberts. Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. McCraary. Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Emmons and Miss Robeson. The members
present were: Messrs. and Mesdames W.
P. Breen, Cherlea Boot. J. Jameson, O
W. Sears, T. H. Bryaon and I. L. Van
Sant. . .
Mrs. J .M. Caughey was hostess for
the Ladles' Afternoon club Friday after
noon. The Whites entertained tha Pinks.
Rlossoms were- used for decoration.
This meeting marks lbs close of a year's
playing for tne duo. ctlx tsotes were
placed for tha members, who are: Mes
dames D. L. Holmes, Sloan. T. Kelly,
C. A. Melcher, J. G. Martin, R. Gilchrist.
B. McCulloch. W. B. 'heK. I M. lora,
J. M. Tanner, John Oribble. O. J. Ames.
B. K lloll. A. A, Jssmer. A. P. KurKlea,
W. R. Saae. R. Oarley. R. B. Ba, If.
Carley. It. K. Schlndel, A. A. McOraw.
T. H. Ensor. G. Bernhardt. J. Vsn Dm-
sen, C. M. Sc hlndel, R. Powell and waa
dell of Atlantic
; ' Decorating Award
Contract for Interior decorating and
mural paintings In the new Douglas
county building Was awarded to Fucbs,
Son Blind of Omaha by the Board ot
County Commissioners yesterday after
noon with the provision thst the local
firm employ Philllpeon A Co. of New
York City to do the mural paintings Is
ths dome ot the building and K. Theo
dore Behr of Chicago to saint eight
medallions In the eight court rooms. Th
decision was reached sfter the board bed
spent nearly two' oays in consideration
of bids for the work.
Fuchs. Son Blind win receive tiOW
tor the entire' work of Interior decorating
snd furnishing mass I paintings for the
building. They wlll'mploy Phil Upson S-
Co. for the dome work at tVWt and Ben
tor the eight medaltona at tin or UK
Tbe contract will be formally ratified st
a meeting of the board early this week
PHELPS TO MANAGE TWO
THEATERS FOR SHUBERTS
Frank Phelps received word from the
Shuberts In New York yesterday that his
Jurtsdletlo had see extended to cover
ths Tootle theater In 8. Joseph. The
Shuberts havs just acquired control of
ths St. Joseph theater, snd for ths rest
of tats means at least Mr. Phelps will
manage R la sonaoctisa with tns Boyd
is 8othef tp t
j It is one thing to
pure Leer, another to
The Brown Bottle IcccJjs Schlitz
Physicians and surgeons JrescriDe
Schlitz, instead of malt tonics, as a
builder of health.
1 VVfl ' ov. '
sUM JEWaXsrV-ay Isairtl
All Work Qua rants.
GAYETY THEATER PUTS IN
MOVING PICTURE DEVICE
Tha Gavety theater haa Installed the
new Rothaphel system of moving pictures
for tbeir shows this summer. Tbe Rotha
phel system was Invented by 8. I- Rotha
phel of Minneapolis and It mskts possible
ths viewing of motion pictures on s
screen while Ihe opera bouse Is brilliantly
Illuminated. Mr. Rothaphel has been in
Omaha for a few days Installing tha sys
tem. The Oayety has secured the exclu
sive rishts ot this system for a number
of years. The houses In ths east ha.'e
adopted this system entirely. Tha Sulli
van at Constdlna and the Keith a Proctor
circuits havs also adopted the system.
Glass before Breakfait
tones up the ttomAch, clears
the head and does jroo good.
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