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THE BEE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. MAY 29. 1912.
OFFERED FOR SALE
, . , - Trwrltera.
. w ran. no, ita.
Central Typewriter exchange, utoi Fer-
ELECTRIC Pianos, music boxes, player
pianos, coniinenrai novelty, 119 lath.
FOR SALE New and second-hand
eerorn and pocket billiard tables and
bowling alleys and accessories: bar fix
tures el sl! kinds: easy payments. TIM
POOL tables, store, restaurant natures
twugntsoio. Levy, sio so. Omaha.
FOR SALE Two scholarships In the
Cmsha Commercial college and one la
Boy lea college. Business office. Omaha
SAFES Overstocked with second-hand
safes: all sixes and makes: bargains.
uuaei new, a snap. ias ior in xtta etc.
cou 111 crnana.
FOR SALE Scholarahln in Bovlee col
lege. Call at or address Business office.
CINDERS for sale cheap. CaU Webster
FOR SALE Cheap, one Cecilllsn piano
player: one Edison home phonograph;
with cabinet and ISO records: large born.
Call Tyler 1011, also one ladies' 1 (am bier
wneei. nearly new; coaster brake.
OLD SAFE. DillUGHT. 1M Farnam St.
M-DAY BLOOD REMEDY.
Olstllah Pharmacy. Hit and Dodge,
HJOlil. LEAF FILE CONKS Best
remedy tor itching, bleeding or protrud
ing piles, &oc postpaid: samples free.
Kberman A McCooneil Drug Co-. Omaha,
Allen of Chicago. 10 S. 17. 1st f L P. Wei.
THE 8ALVATIOV ARMY solicits east-
ff clothing; In fact, aoyihlnx you do not
Md. We collect, reoalr and sell at lM
W.. Uth Bu for cost of collection, to the
worthy poor, mono wougisa iu sum
sfttoni will call.
Vital massage, baths, electric vibratory
and radiator treatments. Dr. Anna Q.
Fisher, 11 Ware blk, 3tt 8. 15th. P. fiBa,
- TOUNO women coming to Omaha as
strangers are Invited to visit the Young
Women's Christian assootauM" building
at Seventeenth, and 8u story's Ave,
where they klU be directed to suitable
boarding places, or otherwise see is ted.
took for our travelers aid at the Union
Massage. Mrs. Rittes.no use, am Boston Bid
f A HQ A CUT ewedJso movement. Apt.
fllAbOAUJi Farnarn. D. -.
t A nvVTin treatment. E. Brott. .11
16th. Id floor.
WE RENT and repair ell kinds of sew.
intf icacnines. in a. a-iqw; wui"
NEBRASKA CYCLE CO,
Isth and Harney at.
a VTVT II f A WIfC scientific mes-
anun i-i. in 'iin"'i jajg, usuj Far
nam nvtlt Blk.. ADt. X Red SWA
manage as? kS&'s". r
"' BOPT MASfaAGffi. ra-i Nevtll. P. tux
WANTED Address of Mrs. Lena Ehler.
Address nog xm. uougias. t
"vacuum massaou. a so. uth st.
R. A daily, nutKUty; open evenings;
hours i 11) u. '
POULTRY iXU PET STOCK.
screenings ll.su per UW. V. sgnsr. Sui r. is.
KKAIt ESTATE LOANS
OMAHA .property d Nebraska lands,
' O KEEFE HEAL ESTA'J'E ClL.
His New Omaha Nafl Bank Building.
MONEY to loan on buuisss or reef
dtoee properties, SLOW to 1600.000. W. U.
laollAS. HB First Nst'l Hank Bldg.
WANTED City loans and ' warrants,
W. Farnam Smith Co., lla) Farnam St.
DOS to alti.aoo made promptly, F. P.
Wesd.' Wead Bldg.. Uth and remain.
WANTED City loans. Peters 'f rusr Co.
do; ClTY LOANaL Bemla-l'.srlberg C,
G ABVIN BROS, a stTlaTk
LOANS Farm and city property.
H. Dumont Son., teal Farnam 8L
FOR SAIiB OR EXCHANGE
For Sale or Exchange-Complete outfit
for running country newspaper. Two
presses, cutter, ate. Address X U.
1 -. ,t iT V . 1 iA m, N.hra.W. 1. rwl
for good automobile. ", Brandels Theater.
FOR (ALB or trad for cows, horses or
hickens. Incubators, stc, (or furniture
of different auslitlea. WW Cuming.
wcv id 1 .... J wantut In a.huTI.J, fnr
ICl.VAU MUU T- 11 .
m acres of fine fsrra land In 8. Dakota.
The m seres are all clear. Want Uult
Coast Isnd. & A. ecoU, tS Mackay Bldg.,
WASTED TO BOT
Household gds. clothes shoes. Bl3
Id sand goods. Kstssr. 10X1 Center. D-ttsi
n.u tnr nlA rl.ithlnlK KatbSO'S
I .call urrire, iw po. .iru
Cbicaso buyers. Id-band clothes, shoes.
. . . . ; ... ,, ItIA
gats, nest prices; will eaiu . j m, .
a T PTRV Pays the best prices for old
"lil JJAiX iron, metals rubber, eta
THE ALLAN LINE
ROYAL MAIL STEAMKR
MONTREAL, LiVs4Ur'OOi4 wLASOOW.
Monireal. Havre, Flymoutn, London.
The Picturesque SL Lawrence Route.
Vaur days on lite cean, three days
In river and gulf, einiesdld sew Turbine
Steamers. Saluoo. second-cabm and third
ciass. superior one-class cabin service
Cuisine unexcelled. Courteous attention,
bend for . circulars, rauw. plans, eta.
Alias Co., u; N. Paaroorii Bu cnlcaso
Anchor Line SSteaoiaoips
Mew Tors, Londonderry and OWagow
Kew York, puuou and Naples.
Attractive rates for ucksls between New
lark and all soovca. English. Lisa,
CenuaenuJ and Jeediterraneeu points,
superior if """ft eacellent cui
awe. efflrttist nervine. Apply promptly
lor reservation to local ageut or. AncSer
Line or Henderson Broiners. Uaaersi
Agents, Chicago, 1U. '
UVB STOCK MARKst O. U ttSl
shin . . stock to boutn Omana. Sav
xoueage ssd snrinkags, . Your consign
menu receive prompt and careful sueu
Live glees Csensalastea MershMis.
Bers Bros it Co.. Str-ng snd responsible,
V.OOD BRut., at-ss fxenange Bldg.
tzient West. Com. Co.. Omana A Denver.
ciayrtOMOSon ai l-o.. aw Exchange jsiog.
CLIFTON Com. Co., tu Exchange Bldg.
Cox at Jones Com Co., bunch of hustlers.
L. E. RUHERTS St CO.. at Excn. UKU.
Msrus Bros. c Co.. JUi-4 Exch. Bidg.
. oKOS. nandie cattle, nogs, soeep.
Deposit V oa ei sniprueats IB 8 toes
Vera, v-ri bank. 3niy bans at ysrds,
ABSTRACTS OH VaTlOs.
Rasa' Abstrsot Co.. sidest abstract
flee In Nebresks. 100 Brandels Tbes 'i.
KEALB St CAMPHE1X. 1711 1 arnu. aC
SLlt.SH. II ISkUSkAllOS.
glectrle. gas fixtures. Omana Slfvsr Cs.
Meal Cement Co I7tn and Cuming sts.
Fuchs, Son A Blind, painting, deeonruna-
U. Gross, lum. wreck's, pis a PauL
SCREACE FOR SAXR
ACREAGE SAB3AIKS near Omits
Crrln 8. Merrill. 12U City Nat. Bank Bldg.
crrr fropektt for sal
IT'S FOR SALE That high, sightly
east front, beautiful sad well built seven,
room modern bungalow on 3Hh St.. near
Haml Hon street, -
TO BUY, SELL OR kt.S'l, UKaT SKg
MUX W. fibaiisLNsV sits FAxUiAAt AX.
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALS.
Located tn Rappy Hollow, overlooking
the Happy Hollow club grounds and the
new boulevard. This bouse Is up-to-date,
attractive and well built, and has the
many little conveniences so necessary
to the comfort of s home. On the first
floor Is s good sued tiled vestibule, lead
ing into s large living-room, all finished
in oak. with beamed ceiling, bulit-hi
book case and large tiled fireplace. The
dining-room Is aso finished In oak. with
beamed cethng and built-in buffet, and
opens out into a large bright sun posreh.
Off the dining-room and kitchen Is s
little breakfast room in mission flnlsii,
with built-in settees and table. The sec
ond floor has four lars-e bed rooms, in
whits enamel finish with mahogany doors.
oak Doors throughout. Tiled bathroom,
with latest uo-to-date fixtures. Stairway
to third floor, where thers. is s msM's
room;, also ample storage space. The
basement under the entire bouse light
and dry and has s first class not water
If you are looking for an atttrsually
attractive, convenient and substantially
built house, ready to move Inls st onus,
with plenty of ground around It. In s
district where values srs Increasing, be
surs and see this place. Call on.
George & Company,
'Phone D.-75 or A-TIM.
Q-1I City Natl. Bsnk Bldg.
Our Houses are
If you buy on of us. row can depend
upon its being well built Ws Invito close
Investigation of the houses which we
have under construction. Here are a few
we Intend to sell. Perhsps yon might be
interested tn buying one of them:
One s-room, also one A-rooiu. strictly
modern bungalow st tUh and Franklin.
One e-room, strictly modern bungalow st
1944 8. 11 St.
One (-room strictly modern bungalow st
11th and Laird.
One X-room. also one 4-room. bungalow
on 41st, just south of Grand Ave.
Look these over while being built, we
win sell sny of the shove on easy terras.
Full particulars for the asking.
SCOTT ft HILL,
K7 McCagus Bldg.,
Tel. Douglas iu or Ind. A-lSt
One or two acres, lit Sunset 8t, Benson,
sn ideal place to live, en s macadamised
road, three blocks from car. Improved
with all kinds of fruit and shrubbery,
fine 1-room modem boos In A-l condi
tion; bars Ox3L It's s nrrty A little
pise SS there Is Around Omens. Owner
lesvlng efty.. must be sold. Prtc M.Hl
Mak ss offer.
O'Neil s Real Estate
& Ins. Agency
Tyler MM; Ind. A-M1J.
1506 Farnam SL
OWNER LEAVING CITY
Six -rooms and leoeDtion hsH. modern
square house, built last year, oak finish.
large bath, sleeping porch, full cellar.
lot 43x131, south front, located 163 Seward.
This house is built by day's labor, ms
terlsls best of every description, but on
sccount of leaving it is placed on the
market for only K30. This Is less then
it oan be duplicated. Be It st your con
venience and then se us.
HO-313 Brsndtls Theatre.' Phon Doug. PS.
CLOSE IN, MIGHTY CHEAP
We hare M seres, I miles from Gretna,
all under state of cultivation. Hss tour-
room bouse, barn, well ssd wind milt, and
other out-nouses, ail lencso. 'in price
is rlsht and will be glad to u&t same
and snow term upon reuuass.
GALLAGHER & NELSON
481 Brandels Bldg. ' ' Omasa. .Neb.
Good 1-room houe on s fin east front
lot: nios shade. Convenient to oar sn
school. Zasslrsbl nelghtbarhood; hous
hss lust been planted. Prtc S.40. Small
payment down, balanc Ilk rent. r.
iilh and Franklin.
8COTT s HILL,
" m McCagu Bldg.
Tel. Douglas wit A-17B.
FIELD CLUB DISTRICT
Good M-rsom modern bom; cement sMo.
walks, etc; lloo psw to ssyoooy wo
brings barer; cost KM to bnlld; lesv
lng town. Tel. Harney UT8, or call U
Ktn st. .
FOR SALE e-room (nod am cottage.
1771 ft tin. Red 177. j
BEAUTIFUL corner. Win and Blnney
Sts Enquir of Owner, lew? Flnkney.
PARM At RAW IS 1AWPS W9U MH
rs timt an inUrestaA ra Csltfornu
ktad for fruit or chicken raising, call on
Flxa A Weinberg. HI Be Bldg.. Omasa.
Birr LAND IN CANADA Thoee wish
ing homes of their own in Swedish-American
settlement In Manitoba or Saskatche
wan, Canada, near schools sad churches,
close to thriving R. R- towns, best of soil.
tine groves, good water, near lases. low
prices, easy terms. Circulars and relia
ble Information; excursion rats, etc. sn
application. A. Neiaon. P. O. Box Mi.
arms. Stock . Ranches. Fruit
1KR1UATEU AMU UNIHRIOATED
11.41 acre stock ranch. 44 seres deseed.
U.0GS acres lessed. plenty of water, wind
mills, tanks. Improvements tor stock. This
la so extra good stock ranch. Price ,euk
ten acre stock ranch, two rood K-r
houses, spring house, bunk house, barn,
oorrais, etc. all fenced. Soring on About
every quarter. Cut ovor 0 tons hay and
can be made to cut three times as much.
Extra good stocs proposioon. rne jo,wl
Si. down, bsissos ea ternss to suit.
is seres, two miles mtk of Sir u ears.
30 mile east of Denver, 1-r. sous, bora,
good well. pump, fenced sua croee fenced.
I sere in wsest, gvoo suaw xrics SO)
fit aero. - - - - -
MS acres. lli miles south of BeoiMtt
fenced. V seres in wriest: fin soil; lays
well, rrtco aw per sere.
We have s very lanr net or mmta
stmiisr to the sbov to pick from. Price
BOO per acrs and up. Writs us for par
ticulars. CANH CANN.
m Tempi Court Bids. Denver. Con.
GREAT SOUTH GEORGIA
Traversed by th '
TIC RAILROAD. .
Land adapted t th widest rang ef
crops. AH th money crops of tn south
plentifully produced. For literature treat
ing with this coming onnntry. Ha soil,
climate, church sod scnooi sdvanLSgee,
W. D. LEAHT. DEFT K.
' Oenersl Passenger Agenl. .
nor fans I to Insert a amaU wast ad
tns Dss stolnes carntai lrwt Ht.
rukades la th stats at lows. 4110 deiiv.
Tb Capital Is read by and behaved In
by u stsnspstter er lews, who simply
refuse t permit any other paper la nsr
boms. Rates, 1 cent s word s day: gui
11ns nor asontn; esoat ats srdlasry
words to tn Une. Addfcss lies - - -
Csssisi, Osj AWlnes. is., -
r A RtNtH LA Mil FOR S4I.R
WS SOUTHERN MINNESOTA FARMS
FOR SALE If you wsst to buy an Im
proved farm in 8outhem Minnesota writs
for catalog Soul hern Minnesota Land
Co.. Blue Earth. Faribault Co., AUsa.
PTFTFErt vesra to esv MAX m
for Montana's choicest irrigated
lands: 7S.0ia acres now ooen under the
Carey act at Vsoer, Morl; M bushels of
wheat. 111 bushels of ears, 19 bushels of
flax per sere. Write todsy. Clinton,
Hurt? A Ce.. Box A VsHer. Mont.
RANCH EJ-CW to 1HB.0DS. Send for
list. Shonen A Co..- Ranch Dealers.
- FOR SALE Improved Howard county
farm; is) seres: good Imptovemeors. 146
per acre. Writ L. S. Moors, Grand
M tsoe llsnewan.
D. ML Ml' City National Rank Bldg.
nrm isna and ranches.
Brownell Hall Girls
Give Class Recital
Before an audience of X laughing,
nappy, care-free (iris of ages ranging
from It to 10 yesrs. snd their chaperon,
the girls of Miss Issbsil Lowden's locu
tion clsxa gsv a recitsl Iset evening
st Brownell hall. Th program consisted
of drams, singing snd dancing.
Tfie event was given by th student?
themselves, sis In number, assisted by
two or thro girls of tb seminary. It
represented the class of the school year
and was theTr final effort In elocution
before the summer holidays i
The principal number was two scene!
from Dsvtd Copperfleld In which tn fol
lowing, the entire class, took part: Misses
Augusts Kilpatrlrk. Calls Bolter, RulU
Borcher, Harms Forbes, Maud Oey, Helen
Act L seen t of Sbsksspsars'g "As To-j
Like It," wss played with Maud Gy
ss Rosalind. Calls Boltsr ss Cells, and
Augusts Kllpstrlck taking 'tb part of
Th Garland and Spanish dance bv
Miss Msrgsrat Btubbs. Miss Adelaide
Fogg were festuroa.
Services to Be Held
in Soldiers' Circle
Memorial services will b held at the
soldiers', circl la Forest Lawn cemetery
by Gsrfleld circl No. 11. Gettysburg
circle No. 48 and th ladle of th Grand
Army of the Republic Thursday morning
at M o'clock. Th program will be as
follow:- . -
kl arch Heeded by Boy Scouts. John
N. Merger, marshal of th day.
Song, "Amerlco." udieoe.
Invocation Naiionai Chaplain Csmllls
Address. Rev. M. a McLaughlin. '
Son. "Toll tns Ball." children.
alxerctses for unknown graves, children.
Song,. "Scatter the Flowers," children.
Ritualistic decoration, officer of ladle
of tti Grand Army of tb Republic.
song, isdiee of tn Grand Army of tn
Firing sshrM, owtaebment Signal corps
Tsd. by trnmoeter.
Decoration of all soldiers' grsvss by
scouu and cniiartn.
SPECIAL FEDERAL GRAND
iURY MAY BE CALLED
A special federal grand jury may b
ordered during th present term ef th
United States district court because of th
arrest of W, G. Baboock sod C tv. Jack
son and their sd milling th theft of A
postal money order from a counter of
th Omsk posoffjee last Tuesday. They
were arraigned before United States Com
missioner DaaMI yostsrdsy a4 held, ball
being fixed at pm sack, which tsey were
unabl ts give. -
If Baboock and Danlsl eiprsss a desire
to slesd guilty and thus hsstsn their
sentence, a apscisl venlr will be ordered
to Indict them.- Whil th special grand
Jury Is sltung it I probabla that Allan
and Albert, charged with "whit slavery"
by enticing' two girls from Chicago thro
week ago, wl) also bs tndlctad.
WEBER AND FIELDS' JUBILEE
DRAWS RECORD ATTENDANCE
Th advance gala for th coming f
gagammt of . th Weber and Fields
Jubiiee Mwipany st th Boyd Theater,
on Tuesday night, June 4, for one per.
formance only, indicates a roeord-brsak-Ing
attendance. ' .
Th eompany played for Hi perform
ance at th Broadway theater. New
York, closing May 11, t gross receipt
of over 1300,090, snd In that Urn oon,
ldersbly mor than 200,00 persons had
witnessed th roaslcal pot-pourri of
Weber-Fields reminiscence called
'Hokey Pokey", and a mlnlatur bur-
lesque, "Btmry Bulla and String.''
Tb company to be seen her is en
tirely th original New Yerk organisa
tion, comprising beside Weber snd
Fields themselves, Lillian Russell. Fay
Templet on, WHIism Collier, George Bobaa.
Besai Clayton. John T. Kslly, Ada
Lewis, Hslenn Collier Garrick and
RAIDERS' AUTO STALLED
AND MANY GET AWAY
Council Bluffs poltc bssded by Chief
From rstded tb thither land road hous
at Fourteenth avenue and Thirty-fifth
street but night ssd arrested fifteen s
snd on woman. Th womsa and
of th men belonged in Council Bluffs, all
of tb other being Omaha fis. -
Wall so rout to tn road boos the
chief s sato blow a tire and the) pouc
patrol pseud, him and made th raid. Th
chauffeur was repairing the tlr when
ral aots load of men snd won
escaping from Mm place passed th broken
Chief Froom Is attesspttag to keep out
of th Iowa eRr the element that eteesij
tb bridge when tb ltd In Omaha was
HIGH WIND PREVENTS -
.. FLIGHT OF BALLOONS
Major Samuel Saber, commanding of
ficer ef tb belleoa corps of tb sssurii
division ef th artsy signal corps arrived
Sonday and If In charge f the flights.
He I accompanied by . Wmum &
Aasmsan of St. Loots, a member of th
St Loam BtsDoon dub.
re flights ht eras balloons are planned
for this afternoon. . These win oaear st
times when th weather permits.- Th
dirigible may be brought tnto as
Wednesday or Thursday.
la th Itoad t
Big Returns, -
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
City Council Spends an Unpleasant
Hour Over Some Old Bilk
VOTING MA CHUTES TOP AID FOB
Rnbber Cwsssway Sne for Soss
Hoos Bosskt Lone A aw lire
Mall Xsnstr Twts Aban
doned Recess Vassfo.
I.lat of Coaaell Meetlag.
Bill for two voting r mines east
Ing S.m, presented from Isst admin
To bills tor K.!M esrh r resented
tor pajment for hose received by th
Water company asks that Its tax
be reduced from rw.MS to 144C.09A,
th value placed upon th South
Omaha holdings by th appraiser.
Council ssked to send sanitary in
spector and probation officer to con
ventions meeting to discuss their
resepctiv sphere of duty.
Psckers National bsnk gives C0.
SN security bond depository of
city funds Bond of Stock Tsrds
National bank for asm purpose, ap
proved. Ak-Sar-Ben club organised by th
local Arm ot Eagle given permit
to us streets contiguous to thtlr
building' on dates between June t
Fir Hall No. I at Thirty-first ssd
R streets, ordered bsndond beeaus
of unssfs condition of building. Com
pany transferred to now hall at
Twenty-seventh sad Madison streets.
Ordinance compelling proper fire
protection and fir escspe on all
buildings In th city ordered drafted.
M. Higgin ask that Thirty,
sventh street In th vicinity f M
street be vacated In favor ot his
narking planL Offers transfer of bind
In return. .. " ,
Ordinance authorising paring of
sidewalks o both side of U street
from Thirty-ninth to Fortieth street
Coram time ef thro to be appointed
to investigate th records to determine
th ownership ef ertsptnalsd sswer
lying north of Q street, acar Swift'
packing hous.- -
.Board of qualUatlon to mt June
U and 12. .
Mass meeting td pre para for Fourth
ot July oelebration called by mayor
for Wednesday night at 1 s. m., la th
Old claims and bill against ill ity
sprang up last night to affright th! gas
ot th city council which Is struggling
to maintain a policy of at riot eooomy hi
city affairs. On claim for 11,100, waa for
two voting machines bought February,
WL Th two other item amounted to
M40O. and wers for two sets of Or boss
bought, on by th former council and
on by th fir and polio commissioners.
Nslthsr consignment bag bean paid far
M a notification from the Manhattan
Buhber company through Its attorney ac
companied A summon front th district
court that haled the City government
into court on Jun M t show cause
why tb bill should not be paid. Th
thrss claim were the aubjeot ot a long
and doleful meeting of tha wurf oom-
mltte which confessed that tns bills
would probably have to be paid.
Prssldent of tit Council Ter Alton IB
asking th transfer of firs company No
1, from the ball at TWrty-first and R
streets to th new building at Twenty-
ssvsnth and Madison streets, said k did
not know "bow tat th nam of Ood any
on could' hava lived through th last
winter la th hsll at Thirty-first and R
street."'-. - - .- -
Altos declared It waa an outrsgs f?r
th 01 ty to xnct much leas dtmand that
th flrenwa Uv la A plaos sx posed to th
weather and In continual danger of col.
laps. Mayor Hoetor suggested that th
company be rdrd to temporary quart-
ta No. 1 hall ratbar thaa to No. I.
where th mayor . said there wis nut
proper road or nvw way on Twent;
seventh street south of T. He luted
that tha maintaining of a company at
hall No. 1 would glv additional sscunty
to th stock yards and packing districts
during tha tint when th fir depart
ment had had It force ourtsllrd because
of shortage In th fir fund, Alton re
fused to aocod to th mayor's lugges
tlon, holding that th people u tn suulh-
dlstrict of th city -had a much
tight to protection ss th stuck ysrds
1 packing houses. Major Hoctor
finally . resorted a solution by referring
th matter to tn polios and Or com
mission with th recommendation tuat
An i lulling Scalp
Forms Bid Habit
CM Zenso and Yon Won't Xaed To
Scratch Your fealp. This Is
wet tb Liberal as Trial Bottle Todsy.
For any skin affliction. Hch. dandraff.
ecxema, ptmpie. btotchea, as ZEMO. No
matter if you hsvs tried everything else
under th heaven aaa KEMO. If your
scalp Itch, fly to fKMO.
If year face is covered with pimples
rery sbooi truly upon ZEMO. If yon have
th worst esse of ecxema ever knows
Jut ran ember MWMO CURBS.
Tou spply ttould SIVMO with the rin
gers, just a touch of It No trace Is left.
And though It vanishes Instantly, you
know ZEMO Is at work. Ton know It
by the relief, the almost Instant relief.
Too-feel Uila la th diss ppea ranee of
an Itch, all pain, all distress. Oet th
liberal zWcent sit trial bottle of ZBMO
a oulckly aa yea can. Relief from skin
distress can't come any too quickly for
you. And remember. ZEMO I guaran
teed. ZEMO Is sold by druggists st U N
for th regular ate large bottl or 3
cents for the Uberal sis trial bottl. Get
It at any Drug Store, or send prtc to K.
Ross Medicine Company, 8C Low la.
Mo. ZEMO is sold snd highly recom
mended by leading drugglsta throughout
America and In Omaha by Sherman it
McConneil Drug Ce, Kth aad Dodge. Uth
and Farnam. Owl Drug Co., Uth and
Harney, Loyal Pharmacy 2T-f No. Kth
th company be tianaferred to hall No.
1 as soon as possible.
Parker Ask Lead.
Alleging that hi business demanded in
creased acreage. M TliKgina. an tndepend
eut packer at Thirty-seventh and t
streets, asked that Thirty-seventh
street near M be transferred to his use
hx lieu of a strip ot land to b made over
by kirn to the city.
The only riffis on the surface of the
council meeting was the wsrning served
by Rlha upon the parking and stork yards
internet who sought to have an Invest!'
gallon to detemdn the ownership of i
sewer at the Swift property north of Q
streets. He ssld that th company upon
whose land thasswer was should pay the
cost of maintenance and repair. Council
mas Waters uld the council that the
dilapidated otwer was in such rondttton
that tb Stock yard company had set a
crew of men to work already without
awaiting th decision as to th ownership
of the property.
Mayor Hoctor announced that st the
solicitation of th business men of the
city he would call a mass meeting In the
council chamber Wednesday sight for I ha
purpos of making preparations for the
public celebration f July A
To Stop tan
Judge James Callanan was deaf yester
day morning to the pleadings of friends
snd sttomeys who begged for leniency
towsrd tb scorchers and speeders ar
rested Saturday and Sunday. Rameat
Charmqulst, who put th clutch of his
machine to the high speed while touring
through the free state of South Omaha,
we taxed S and rest by the irate
Justice. Lew Rushing, another automobll-
iss i iiars rw wnn recKiess e riving, came
under the wire with S fin and Fred
Hyna drew la and costs.
Judg Csllsnan was wrsthy and pri
vately declared his intention of punishing
every violator of the speed ordinance. The
chief of police aad council hava taken
notice ot the Infraction of tha speed law
to the extent of authorising th chief to
hire a mortoreycle cop. W. H. Vane wus
sworn In a a special pottcemaa Saturday
night and aa effort will be made to break
op the gang of reck leas drivers who come
careening through th city st break-neck
Ia honor of th dead sailors and soldiers
of the nation. Mayor Thorns Hoctor yes
terday Issued hi Memorial day procla
mation Th word of hi honor thrill
with patriotism and lor for th "privi
leges and principles" represented by th
In accordance wlih custom, alt' city
offices win be closed on Thursday. Th
folio lng is th prorlsmation:
Whereas, the 30th dsv of Msv has been
set apart and designated aa Decoration
Whereas. It is BPOronrfatA thai ih.
heroism of th volunteer soldiers be kept
in memory, that It mav fnsnir nar.i,
and loyalty In th minds of all Amen
Whereas. The members of th flrand
Army of the Rsnubllo sre rauidlv an.
s waring th summons of th Great Come
manrier who call thsni from tin scans
of their trlls and triumphs
Now, therefore. I. Thomas Hoelnr
mayor of th city or South Omaha, bv
virtue of the power vesi.nl In me. do
hereby proclaim (he anth day or stay, A.
isii a legal ho irtav. sacred lit - tlx
memory or our Midler and sailor dead,
and th deed of heroism and valor -of
thnes survivors f our nultoosl iragnly
whose ureseac we sre still permitted to
Il this dsy b free from raree and
perplexities of business activity and the
hilarity of thought sea snort, and let our
citlsens mske n an occasion of review
f the eaoriftcea snd schivrraenta of Ih
great sat volunteer army that ever graced
the earth, snd from their Bufferings sn.l
success let us learn lo cherish more
drsrly the principles and brMleuM repre
sented by Ih flag of our enunliw .and
guaranteed to all who find protection he.
nsath It sheltering folds. Let us en this
day assemble In memory of th sailors
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Slaboary riser Office.
Deputy County Assessor Frank Ma
honey closed hi office yesterday after
having completed the work of the rax
office in South Omaha, in leaving the
office lu South Omaha Mshoney refused
to give out any figures because of the
number of protests filed with him by the
property owners tn South Omaha. It st
expected that the assessments will bs
questioned snd possibly changed. Ms
honey declared that it waa not up to him
to change the esaessments and that the
protests filed would In the end have to
be determined by the county sswrssor.
Waste t'lty Geasln.
J. H. Bulla went to Washington. D. C.
Saturday on a business trip.
Charlie Srarr la confined to his home
with a sever attack of throat trouble.
FOR RP."T-4-mom. modern col tare.
3th and J Sts, Mrs. Jessie Cans hey. Kl
Rasmus Larsen left yesterday for the
old country. He will spend most of the
summer In Sweden
Coroner Willis Crosby will hold so In
quest upon the death of Anlun Sigmon
at Larkin a chapel Wednesday at 1 p, so.
The ladles' Aid of St. Luke's Lutheran
church will meet at the home ef Mrs.
Kroeger, 411 V street, Wednesday after
noon. The burial ef Pstrl. k Ggan will be held
this morning at . o clock from th
n-stdenc ot John Larktn. Thirty-sixth
and H streets, lo St. Mary's church.
Burial will b la SL Mary a cemetery.
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IOWA WOMAN STARVING.;
Had Not Eaten Solid Food For
Over Cix Months. .
REDUCED TO SKELETON
But Restored To Health And Her
Family By I nttrd Doctors.
Council Bluffs furnishes a case that
bests sll record for going without food,
lire. John Shenard ot 31U Fifth Ave.,
lived without any ootid food whatever,
aad very liquid nourlahment, for over
six swaths Luring that time she lost
sbout srxty pounds in weight snd suf
fered untold misery. Two years pre
vkuia lire, Bhepard waa a magnificent
physical specimen of woraaahood, but
after ah bad suffered from stomach
i rowel for over a year she waa a mere
shadow t her former eslf. snd sh had
given op all hopes ef ever being well
i again. At last she heard of the won-
derful work bains' done, hv the United
Doctors, these expert met ileal special
ists who hsvs their Omaha institute
located oa the second floor of the Ne
ville Mark, corner of 1Mb aad Harney
streets, and decided to place bar case
In their hands. The results uf the
treatment sre best told In the follow
Ing written statement nude ajr sirs.
Biieperd for pabthaflen:
"You will reawraber that whaa I
cam t yon almost two years ago.
thai I thought I was going to die from
I' leers of the Btaraecb. 1 had been
uttering for ever sts wieaths t th
extent tliht I wss unable to tske 's
mouthful of solid food, or even a drfrflt
of water and retain It oa my stomst-ra,
I had been t resting with the best pfrvf
slclsss 1 could find m Council Bluff
and Omaha, all ih time losing flash and
strength antll I reached the point where
the doe lor said It wuld b necessary
to have a surgical operation and make
a new opening In my stomach. 1 had
lost a muck tlwh that I waa enly a
mere hadew. and knowing tint ih
United Uurtor accepted no cases they
oould aot cut,' I entered their office
with fear and Ir tabling, lest they would
rcfuee to treat nve. After a thorough
sxamlnsUon. th Doctor told at ho
oould make .a well again, but that'll
would tsks a long time. I was over
joyed at this statement, and commenced
treatment at sac, After the first doss
of medicine I ess sbls to retaia milk,
th first thing which had digested tor
m tn months. I began to Improv at
orue, and now then after It months; I
am eating and digesting practically svery
thing I want, sad feel better thaa I
have lu years. From a mars sksleton
of M pounds, when I commenced your
treatment. I hare gained flash until ' I
sow weigh 121 pounds, and am contin
uing to Improv every day, I feel that
t owe my Uf. a wall aa my present
good health ta the treatment glvea at
by th United Dostora.
Yours very truly,
Airs. John F. Shepard,
HIT Fifth Ave..
Council Bluffa, Iowa.;
Anyone suffering with any chronlo.
deep seated disease ef th asm, blood,
stomach, river, kidney and digestive
organs. Including rheumatism, neural
gia, constipation, A Indigestion, catarrh,
sptlepay, goitre, dropsy, wtak back,
bleating, eexem. disss ss of women and
disease of men, ran not do better thaa
to consult th United Doctors, no matter
what ether medical advisers may have
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free and yoa will be oandidly told
another your case I curable or not If
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By Neal Treatment
ARE ALWAYS GRATEFUL
From the many letters received
each day, originals of which ws will
show anyone in good faith interested,
the following is a sample;
"Chicago, 111.. Jan. 14. Hi:. ,
"B. E. Neal, M. 0.
"Dear Blr snd Brother: I thought
I would let you hear from me, aa t
feel Is good as I ever did In my life
and thank you for It, but I have not
lad any work since I came home, so
I can't send you any money until I
to to work. But don't be Afnld. ' t
will pay yon every cent just as som
as I can get work, tor yoor treat
ment made a man of me again. .
"Yours respectfully. ; '
"No. Kensle Avenue. t;
We never disclose the name of any
patient In public print or elsewhere,
without his written consent We
have permission tn this ease to refer
anyone to the patient for a personal
interview or show his letter. Don't
delay or doubt, because it costs yon
nothing anless yoa are entirely sat
tefled at end of only three tUys'
- For further Information, call,
phone or address Neal Institute, 1503
South Tenth street, telephone Doug
las 75S, Omaha, Neb.
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t s few dsvs wtthoot
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sr will e accepted aa
1 the patient I eured.
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