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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1912.
New Tonic, Tona Yita, In Use
at Health Resorts For
If you ire nervous and run down with
little vitality or ambition. And feel gen
erally miserable and half aide you are
suffering trom nervous debility. If fo
you ahould investigate the new tonic.
"Tona Vita," and find out what a great
record It has made since first introduced
scarcely a year ago.
Do you know that 'Tona Vita" Is now
pronounced by hundreds of physioians
as the most remarkable tonio known. Do
you know that "Tona Vita"- is tsed In
high class sanitariums and heclth resorts
as a nerve food and tonic? Do you know
that during the past year mors than fifty
thousand people have ststed over their
own signatures that "Tona Vita" has
Completely restored their health.
Mr. James L. Rickey, of W North
Division Street Buffalo, N. Y.. the well
known National League Umpire, Is one
of these. This is what he says: "The
MORAL ISSUE HOW, SAYS T. R.
Calli Contest Naked Question of
5 'Eight and Wrong.
CHAEGLS FEAUES IN INDIANA
Article Written Before Cases Are
Threat Oar la Committee Re
et Assertions ihena Are
, Without Foundation.
NEW YORK, June U.-Theodore Rooso
ve)( discusses present conditions at Chi
cagd in an. article entitled "A Naked
Issue of Right and Wrong," made public
tonight and which will appear in the
current Issue of the Outlook. Mr. Roose
velt says In part: " '
"The contest for the republican nom
ination bow lias, harrowed down to a
naked Issue of right and wrong; for the
Issue is simply whether or not we shall
permit a system of naked fraud, -jf
naked thaft from -the ftsople, to triumph.
"I have made, this contest on two great
principles; first, the right of the people
to rule and therefore In the exercise of
the(r judgment to control the govern
ment and governmental agent; and, sec
ond, their duty so to rule as to bring
about not only political but social and
Industrial Justice. ' I have endeavored
everywhere-to appeal, not to the politi
cians, but to the people themselves, and
to get their Judgment, stating sc'oru of
times that I would do my best to con
vert them to my way of thinking, ao
quiesce as a matter of .course In their
Judgment If It was adverse, but If their
Judgment was favorable I did not In
tend tamely to submit to an effort by the
politicians that In, by th.ofes titiPft
as the representatives of special Inter-esta-to
throw aside the verdict of the
people and substitute a fake verdict of
their own. This It precisely what Mr.
Barnes, MrMcKlnley and their associ
ate! and representatives on th national
committee are now attempting.
Fanctfoa of Committee.
'Properly speaking, the national com
mittee's only function Is .mostly to judge
what delegates have prima facie the
right to a seat and to suggest the name
of a temporary chairman, who shall call
the convention to order.. Practically the
attempt Is being- reads by the Taft man
agers to use the bnasant -national com
mittee for the purpose of unseating hon
estly elected ' delegates and of seating
j enoyth fraudulently - elected delegates,
especially from tjja states where there Is
ho real tepubliean. party, to secure the
nomination for Mr. fnU,' .x . .
After discussing tl)e primary results by
states, Mr. Roosevelt continual: '
"To recapitulate them. ' ; In the re
publican states -which have held primaries
nearly two and a half million, republicans
have voted. and of these nearly two-thirds
have voted .against .Mr. .Tatt. ..In other
republican states where the primaries
have been such as to give the people not
a fair ehancei. but . some small chance
to express -their will, the showing has
been Almost ae hea'VHy against Mr. taft
In the aggregate, the vote was nearly
two to one against him; In some states
It went as high a five or tlx to one
against blm. The other states In the
north Which tent Taft delegations were
states In -which the republican voters
had no chance to vote, or 'where, as in
Michigan and Indiana, they were deliber
ately cheated by the Taft supporters out
of - their right tp vote. " '
Condemn Action lit Ohio,
In Ohio very, flagrant action was taken
which,' while It may not. technically com
under the toad of cheating, represented
BUoh outrageous defiance of the popular
Ifrongand Vigorous at 1 01
Mr m.'a. Mathews. ii Tears Oold. brought her a bottle of Duffy's Pure
Walt Whiskey. It took her completely out of the sickness, and since that
i day td this she baa been taking it three times a day. Grandma has ex-
pressed a wish that you use this in your advertising." -Florence Mathews,
! Hudson Heights, N. J. v . , " t ,- '
's Pure M Whiskey
For old people, for tired people, for people who are not well, young
and old. there is no stimulant so good and so pure, go beneficial when
taken according to directions, as Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. One of its
great uses is as a builder of good dtgestion. In cases of Jeeble digestion
or any kind of indigestion it does good. By bettering digestion It gives
more nourishment and builds strength for the whole system, and so
tbrowaff at prevents disease. ,Every household should have a bottle on
hand.? Apart from its, value as a tonic and health builder, it Is Indis
pensable In emergencies. .
If. to need of advice,- write our Medical Department, stating your case
fully. On doctors will send you advice free, toRether with a raluable
illustrated medical, booklet. Get Duffy's oure. Sold by druggists, gro
cers and dealers, or direct, $1.00 per large bottia.
U Vrttj Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, X. V.
nature of my profession frequently nec
essitated irregularity In sleeping and eat
ing and as a result I became a1 victim
of nervous debility. I bad headaches
and indigestion. My nerves troubled me
also and I did not get sufficient rest
from my sleep. I would become fatigued
very easily and was almost prostrated by
"I had tried other means to restore
my normal condition when a friend sug
gested the tonle. 'Tona Vita.' I took his
advice snd am glad of it. My appetite
Improved at once. My headaches be
came less frequent and have gradually
disappeared and I am no longer nervous or
depressed. My stomach is now In perfect
condition, In fact. I am thoroughly re
juvenated." We have an agent in every city who
wlli refund the purchase price if "Tana
Vita" falls to completely build you up,
Sherman A McConnell Drug Co.. Utb
and Dodge, Owl Drug Co., 16th and Har
ney, Harvard Pharmacy, 24th and Far
nam, and Loyal Pharmacy 307-9 North
16th St bas the agency for Tona Vita in
Omaha. The Approved Formula Com
pany, Dayton, Ohio.
will as to call for the condemnation of
every honorable man. The state went
by over 30,000 majority against Mr. Taft
aUtlie primaries, but the Taft managers
had refused to permit a vote to be taken
at the primaries for the delegates-at-largo
and in the state convention by
adroit political trickery they secured six
Taft delegates to vote st Chicago; for
ttK man whom bis own state had just
repudiated by 30,000 majority.
"I fall myself to fee how ah honorable
man can profit by or take part In such
a piece of trickery as this Ohio state
convention 'victory.' In the same way I
fall to see how an honorable man can
profit by or connive at or approve of
the farcical New York county primaries,
whero the Taft organization removed
304 Inspectors of elections because they
were suspectea of being Rootevelt men
and left the police in the absolute con
trol of the Taft men an act which
should be beld to create much more than
merely a presumption or fraud. But the
case was far worse In Washington, In
Indiana, in Michigan. In many. of these
cases the Taft delegates represent abso
lutely, nothing but fraud as vulgar, as
brazen- and as cynically open as any ever
committed by, the Tweed regime In New
York forty odd years ago.
Would Overrule Voters. ,
"Mr. Taft cannot be nominated unless
he gets the overwhelming majority of
the rotten borough states which never
cast republican electoral vote; and in
which the delegations represent only the
pfflce holders. Even If he gets practical
ly all the delegates from these states, he
cannot be nominated unless, by deliber
ate fraud, In such states as Indiana,
Michigan and Washington, not to men
tion others, the republicans are defraud
ed of their, right- to express their pref
erence as tp who is to get their votes.
He can be nominated only by disregard
ing the expressed will of an overwhelm
ing majority of two and a half millions
of republicans who, from MassachusetU
and Pennsylvania to Illinois and Califor
nia, have voted ae to their choice .for
president Under these circumstances,
bis nomination would represent the over
riding of the expressed will of the people
by Messrs. Barnes, Penrose. Ouggen
helm, Powell Clayton and the rest. -
But I wish to call attention to the
fact that It Is Messrs. Barnes. McKIMey
and their associates, en behalf of Mr.
Taft who are engaged In the effort to
perpetrate the gravest wrong, upon the
republican par(y and upon the people of
the United States and that In such ac
tion hey stand, not "ae the representa
tives of the republican party, but ai in
dividuals misrepresenting that, patty,
with no claim to. loyalty from it and
whom It Is the bounden duty of that
party to repudiate. I wish also to call
the attention of the honest men who
have hitherto supported Mr. Taft thut
the Issue la now one of naked right and
Wrong, and that they cannot support or
acquiesce In the action of those who,
under the circumstances given above, are
seeking to nominate Mr. Taft, without
being false to the principles of good cltl
senshlp,". OYSTER BAY. N. Y.. June 10. "I told
Senator Dixon and the. other Roosevelt
leaders in Chicago that I did. not wish
them to . support any of the contested
Roosevelt delegates, except where It was
such a clear case that they' would sup
port them )f they were Taft delegates."
Colonel Roosevelt stated hie position In
regard to tho contests before the re
publican ' national committee In these
words tonight On the action of the
committee In seating the four Taft dele-gates-at-large
from Indiana he would
not say a word except that he did not
know the particulars of the case.
Key to the Situation-Bee Advertising
Mrs. M. A, Mathews will bo 102
Next August, yet she feels fine and
, is in good health, all .of which she
attributes to Duffy's Fure.Ma't
Whiskey, which she 'has used for
25 yeai ever since It cured her
"My grandmother, Mrs. M. A.
Mathews, Hudson Heights, X J.,'
who has passed her one hundred" and
first (101st) birthday, la still hale)
and hearty. Why? Because she
has been using Duffy's Pure Malt
Whiskey tor 25 years and Is still
using it. How she came to use it
twas one day she was taken sickwith
pneumonia, and when one of my
aunts came over " to - see her she
SURKIS fiPENSJH BIG TENT
Ak-Sar 3en Show for 181$ Enter
tains Enormous Crowds.
PERFORMANCE MARVELOUS ONE
Has All Attractions tt Greatest
Shows' on Earth Beaten Wile
D. J. O'Brien on Board
With 1.400 men there to see It, Ak-Sar.
Ben's surkis, the entertainment for the
season, 1912. opened in a galaxy of gran
deur last night at the Den.
The old building, remodeled without and
refurnished within, held a crowd more
enthusiastic, more interested snd more
pleased than any of the crowds of first
nlghters ever before gathered there and
all because the performance etaged by
the energetic knights was a thing of
wonderment, carried out in finished style,
permeated by a vein of high humor
and withal, most stupendous, dazzling
The throngs began to come at T:3o
o'clock and a half hour later the big
vacant lot to the south was filled with
automobiles,' rigs, men, women and,:
children; Twentieth street was lined with
cara unloading their passengers and
within 100 feet of the entrance for more
than three-quarters of an hour there
was such congestion as to provoke arv
apology from the master of ceremonies
later because the gate-keepers could not
Ubher them in fast enough. ' ' . 1
An overflow meeting was held for an
hour before the performance began and
a band in true circus costumes enter-!
talned th crowds outside on the big
Judging from the cheers and whistles,
the clapping and many other demonstra
tions of pleasure throughout the entire
performance the' show of 1912 may al
ready be judged a grand success.
Many Xames on lloster.
At least ' the advance notices of - it
brought out the enormous gathering and
the idea of the whole thing has pro
voked enough approbation to Increase the
number 'of the knights to 1,369 members,
the roster announced after the perform
ance by Charles H. Pickens of the board
of governors. This vast number stands
In comparison to the 619 members of the
opening night a year ago. ;
And practically .all these were there'
last night, according to .Secretary J. D.
Weaver, besides a host of more than
230 visitors representing cities of the
Vnlted States from San Francisco to
Boston and from New Orleans to Winni
peg. Now for the show. It simply can't be
described. The big. long yellow programs
given out for the initial performance
call it a circus, "Ak-Sar-Ben's Colossal,
combined circus." but they may be said,
with all reverence to their author, not
to contain an exact statement of facts.
Some of those who saw Its beginning
dec'ared It was a clrcua and many averred
It was not. The fact Is, it is rather a
hybrid of a circus, a carnival, an amuse
ment park, a theater, a summer resort,
a national convention and a conglomera
tion of other things too numerous to
The. genera) Idea of the whole thing,
however, in accordance with the program
writers, is a circus. It was presented In
a tent under an enormous eaopy ana
began with a grand entry parade, closed
with a chariot race and was followed by
the 'conventional concert.
Big Array of Talent.
No, the concert was not conventional.
It was far from" such. The' concert
ranked In merit with the circus proper,
If not above it. i It had all the grandeur
of a .circus conctrt,. and more. The pro
gram c-f It, the' dramatis personnae, car
ried a greater array of talent than P. T.
Bartium, 'Rlngling-' Bros., 8eUs-Floto' or
any other Clrcua ever could boast.' More
over, the concert 'ranked "with the best
comic and grand operas, at least ever
seen in recent years In Omaha.
Police Captain- Henry Dunn, who has ac
quired an enviable reputation as a blngor
and leader in musical events, was the prin
cipal character. As the grand mufti be
brought up the rear of a parade of bag
pipers, dancing girls, counsellors, execu
tioners and other characters in his ret
inue, riding atop an elephant and fanned
In regal etiquette by. a band of bespan
gled Ethiopians, He descended in pomp
from this living thone as the olces of
some thirty trained singers rose to fill
the big tent In rhythmic song.
Jerome E. Latsch and A. J. Alvord
were two characters of the ooncert who
ranked as leads with Captain Dunn.
They sang In splendid voice and were
encored, each for his solo which inter
polated the ensemble singing, many times.
List of Executives. f
tin this concert were Latsch and Alvqrd
as first and Becond counsellors to the
Grand Mufti, the following executioners
who uttered bold threats to the candi
dates: B. E. Johnston, lid ; Blerman,
Bert Minor, and Jim Swlfti these danc
ing girls: John Brennan, T. F. Hlldmun.
D.- F. Melcher, J. W. Johnson, R. W.
Duffy, Bl. J. Drummond. H- O. Ben ford
and I S.' Dodds; these members of the
retinue: M.' J. Clch, F. C. Whittemore,
R. B. Harberg, Dean Berlin, Marshall
Dillon, W. W. Harmon. P. F. Drefold,
R. J. Van Kuren, R. D. Lateoh, . Walter
Cady. R. B. Johnson, S. D. Conover, A.
W. Newell. August Kraeger, F. A.
Chlnckley and , John Peterson. C. H.
Boyles was director of singing.
In the mixtures of performing which
came on the program designated as the
circus it was difficult for the audience
to choose the feature number of them
all. Probably the nearest approach to
it,v however, was an Inimitable wrestllne
match staged by Harry Counsman and
H. R. Johansen. Their number was In
deed worthy of the many rounds of ap
plause ".they received A boxing exhibi
tion of . three Vounds also was staged, thi
particulars being imported glove artists.
Vf. P., Wapplch. former police commis
sioner, was. an. excellent ringmaster,
ranking with Fred Paffenrath as "gen
eralissimo." Jim Swift was also a feature number.
Dressed In rube costume and acconu
panled by a Missouri dog, he sang every
verse of the "Houq' Dawg" song, each
verse, bringing a greater volume of ap
plause. ! V
t'liamps ,ot Ridiculousness.
The clowns were ridiculous enough to
call for attention throughout. In the
brigade of fun makers, better than pro
fessionals' were: V. McDonough. 3. J.
Driimmond, F, Hinckley, E. O. Royce, E.
N. Xenney, C. R. Docherty. James. Swift.
Harry Mehaffey, S. O. Peterson'. Wil
liam ,Stryker"and George Ochsenbtem.
The finest equestrians ever congregated
under one tefit were: Charles Mets. Jr.,
William Karback; Jr.. Chester Weeks. R.
F. Hay den. C. Belden. C. ' Bergman,
George Snell. Albert Zlmmer, M.'E. Lar
son. L. P. Campbell. R. A. Frost. W. J.
Shaw and H. A.' Isberg. ' .
' Just before the entertainment of stuifta
was closed and the audience was . ad
journed to the refreshment stands, Prcal-
318 - 320 South 16 th. St
Many Women Purchased More than One Garment and
Several Have Bought -an Entire Outfit in this
Of Our Entire Stock of Women's Suits, Coats,
Dresses and Evening Gowns
On every side we have heard . the expression that such bargains in high-class wearing
apparel were never before known in Omaha.. And it's so. Here's the greatest stock of women's exclusive wearing
: apparel In the entire Middle West sacrificed at the height of the season when every woman is wanting a new suit,
gown or wrap more than at any other time-a stock reputed far and wide for its superior quality and elegance of
style and workmanship. '
Not a Single Garment Wili Remain When the Sale is Over and the Following
Price Specimens Will Show You How Genuine is Our Determination to Clear
Them Out at Once-The Entire Stock
Our Entire Stock of
Evening Gowns, Afternoon
and Street Dresses
Is to be Closed Out
$125.00 Gowns to be closed out at
$95.00 Gowns to be closed out at .
$89.50 Gowns to be closed out at .
$85.00 Gowns to be closed out at .
$75.00 Gowns to be closed out at .
$65.00 Gowns to be closed out at .
$50.00 Gowns to be closed out at .
$39.50 Gowns to be closed out at .
$35.00 Gowns to be closed out at .
$25.00 Gowns to be closed out at ,
$150.00 Evening Gowns, sale price
$125.00 Evening Gowns, sale price
$95.00 Evening Gowns, sale price
$89.50 Evening Gowns, sale price
$85.00 Evening Gowns, sale price
$79.50 Evening and Afternoon Dresses
$75.00 Evening and Afternoon Dresses
$69.50 Evening and Afternoon Dresses
$65.00 Afternoon and Evening Dresses
$59.50 Evening and Afternoon Dresses
$50.00 Evening and. Afternoon Dresses
$45.00 Street Dresses now
$39.50 Street Dresses now
$37.50 Street Dresses now
$35.00 Street Dresses now
$29.75 Street Dresses now
$25.00 Street Dresses now
$19.50 Street Dresses now
dent Pickens Introduced Mayor Dahlman
for an address of welcome and fonce
Commissioner J. J. Ryder for a snort
. In response to calls, Ous Renze, the
nrisinator and builder of the Initiation
equipment, Captain Dunn and Fred Pa
fanrath came upon the stage. loiiowea
by the board of governors of Ak-Sar-
Bon. Each was wildly cheersa as ue
mounted the stand and took his seat.
. D. 3. O'Brien was elected member ot
the board of governors to take the place
of H.' J. Pehfold at' a meeting held early
in the evening' at the Loyal hotel.
One Place Where
MenDo Not Go
u. h lartiut woman's insurance or
ganization In the world la maintained and
operated with the assistance 01 oniy
two men was the theme of the address
on "Home Protection", last night by. Mrs.
Alice B. Locke of Denver- before a social
rathsrlnc of all of the Omaha and South
Omaha hlvea Of the Ladles of the Macca
m. Lnck aald the two men In the or
ganisation are the Janitor and attorney,
there being no women capable ot filling
these offices In Port Huron, Mich., wheav
the home of the Ladies ot the Macca
bees Is located.
s.v.mi hundred men attended the ao-
cial. A delightful program had been pre
pared, tn which ther following tooa part:
Hunrv Silver. Miss Arlotta Bamuelson,
Lear Glascew, Eleanor Dacey and Mrs.
JURY HOLDS FRANCIS;
NOT GUILTY OF FRAUD
After being out for more than eleven
nours deliberating on the charges against
E. E. Francis for use of the malls to de
traud the Jury late last night returned
verdict of no guilty. Judge Morris re
mained at court during tne evening ann
uDon the Jury's return discharged It tot
the balance of the term.
The trial of Francis clears the dockei
in United States dlatrict court.
Scfcool Ma In Pulpit.
LOGAN, la., June v U.-Speeial.)-Su-porlntendent
Ked of the Missouri Valley
schools delivered the morning sermon at
the Methodist church here yesterday and
W. R. Orchard of Council Bluffs the ser
mon of the evening. The morning ser
mon was on "Home, Patrons, Schools
and Country." The sermon or address ot
the evening was on "Why Men Need the
"I was cured of diarrhoea by one does
of Chamberlain's Cellc, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy,"' writes M. E. Gebhardt,
Oriole, Pa. There la nothing better. For
sale by all dealers. . . - ,
going at : ;
AFFAIRS ATJODTH OMAHA
Butchers and Grocers Discuss Clo
i ing on Sunday. ; '
SEEKING IB0N CLAD AGREEMENT
New Llneap of Members of- School
. Board Is Caose ot Considerable -Specolatlon
Makes Trip to Cleveland.
South Omaha grocers and butchers have
set about getting a Sunday closing, either
peaceably or by war. Already most of the
grocers have signed a petition oi agree
ment to close their places of business
on . Sunday. Some of the butchers and
some of the grocsrs, it Is . understood,
have refused to sign the petition and the
Issue in the end may be forced upon the
city council. ' .
Those grocers and butchers who are
Interested in having all the groceries and
meat markets of tho city" closed on Sun
day' claim that the dosing will not l?e
effective and will, indeed prove harmful
to their business If all the grocers and
butchers In the city do not close on Sun
day. They say that It is only fair to
give the trademen a rest on Sunday, but
Insist that if one grocery or market Is
allowed to run open the patrons of the
other groceries will patronize the, one
Keeping open, to the detriment of their
usual grocefs and butchers.
Yesterday evening nearly all the trades
people of the city had agreed to close on
Sunday. A few refused and it was- said
that in case of their continued refusal
to agree with the rest the city council
would be called upon to extend the pres
ent Sunday closing law to the shops of
grocers and butchers ot the city.
. School Board Lineup.
With only a month intervening before
the reorganization of the school board,
there Is already an Indication c the. line
up for next year. At the election of of
ficers, last year It was generally .under
stood that W.. A. Schneider, president of,
the board, would not seek to retain his
place At the head of the board this year.
At the time It was said to be the agree
ment that E. R. . Leigh, now vice presi
dent, would head the board for the com
ing year. That Schneider has made, a
good chairman and lived ud to his agree
ment with the two republican members
Is generally conceded, and that the ad
ministration has been efficient and eco
nomical is also admitted by those who
are following the trend oi affairs.,.
Whatever be the reorganisation of the,
new board, it is certain that they will
be called upon, to settle serious difficul
ties that will confront . them before .the
reopening of the school term. It la said
that Superintendent N. M. . Graham's
name may come up for re-election this
$17.50 Street Dresses now going at
$15.00 Street Dresses now going at
$12.50 Street Dresses now going at
Our Entire Stock of High Class
Is to be Closed Out
$95.00 Tailored Suits to be closed out at
$85.00 Tailored Suits to be closed out at
$75.00 Tailored Suits to be closed out at
$65.00 Tailored Suits to be closed out at
$50.00 Tailored Suits to be closed out at
$45.00 Tailored Suits to be closed out at
$39.50 Tailored Suits to be closed but at
$35.00 Tailored .Suits to be closed out at
$29.25 Tailored Suits to be closed out at
$25.00 Tailored Suits to be closed out at
Our Entire Stock of
Fine Wool Coats
Is to be Closed Out
$75.00 Fine Wool Coats to be
$65.00 Fine Wool Coats to be
$59.50 Fine Wool Coats to be
$50.00 Fine Wool Coats to be
$45.00 Fine Wool Coats to be
$39.50 Fine Wool Coats to be
$35.00 Fine Wool Coats to be
$29.25 Fine, Wool Coats to be
$25.00 Fine Wool Coats to be
$19.50 Fine Wool Coats to be
year Instead of next year, when his term
txpires. . .
Macaoley Goes East.
Due to xertain disciplinary measures
adopted by him during the last year it
is also rumored that Principal Frank
Cummings of the high school will have
a fight on his hands before his re-election.
Principal Cummings suspended some of
the seniors of the high school for in
fraction of rules ' and created quite a
furore among the relatives of the boys
who maintained that they had been dealt
It is said that the new organization of
the board will largely depend upon the
different stands taken by the Individual
members on the re-election, of Superin
tendent Graham and Principal Cummings.
. Truant Officer Paul Macauley left
yesterday evening for the convention of
United Charities, to be held In Cleveland,
O., during the present week. From
Cleveland Mr. Macauley wilt go to Mil
waukee to attend a convention of the
truant officers ot the country.
; Truant Officer Macauley has for many
years handled the work of juvenile
court In Sbuth Omaha and Is well known
for his kindliness of disposition and his
wise foresight in administering the
duties of his office. It Is a tribute to
his worth that both the school board
and the city council contributed to the
expenses of his present trip.
After' concluding hta work' Officer i
Macauley will proceed from Milwaukee
to New York, where he will spend a few
HOTELS AND RESOKTS.
Summer's Ideal Resort
A haven of relief from all sultry weather and depressing heat
The cool refreshing lake breezes are only part of the many summer
comforts. It affords the quiet and rest of country or seashore, yet
Is only ten minutes ride from city's theatre and shopping district.
Most attractively surrounded by smooth, sandy bathing beach,
beautiful lawns and flower beds. Has 450 large airy rooms, 250
private baths, and over lOOO feet of broad promenade veranda,
Guests enjoy best of food, served American or European plan.
There is music, dancing, boating, bathing, riding, driving-every
outdoor gayety. Grounds of hotel adjoin the great South Parks
famous fortheir golf links, tennis courts, lagoons, boulevards, etc
Plenty of restful secludad spots for those who seek quiet. Summer
guests, tourists sad transients always find true hospitality at the
Chicago Beach Hotel
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days visiting friends and relatives be
fore his return to South Omaha.
Magic City Gossip.
Jack Barrett left yesterday for a busi
ness trip to Lincoln. ...
Jolm Conroy of Creighton, Neb., is vist
iting with friends in this city.
Miss Ethel Tell of Oakland, Xeb., is
the guest of Miss Ruth Anderson.
There will be a meeting of " the city
council this evening at 5 o'clock.
Put your money in the savings depart
ment of the South Omaha National bank.
H. D. Chambers- and family left yes
terday for a three months' visit ' in
The city council will sit today and to
morrow as a board of equalization and
Mis. M. S. Morrill is visiting with het
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Church, at Alex
HOTKLS .1ND HESORTS.
133.137 West 47th Street,
N. V. cm.
COO Feet East of Broadway.
A modi.n fireproof hotel In in,
henit ot thu tneaier, club una bote,
ontrlct; convenient to all car lined.
An exceptional orchestra. Koomj
v.uh private bath .ut per day.
Frum uraud Central fetation. Broad
nay cars without transfer. From
Pennsylvania Station, 7tb Avenu
tars without- transfer, liuoitlec ou
H. K. SHARES. Prop.
Laks Chora, Chicago
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