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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 7, 1913.
Women's Summer Underwear
Gauze vosts, low
Gauze vests, low
. . .7o
TRY SOROSIS SHOES
Wo are Exclusivo Agents.
HOWARD JL AND SIXTEENTH
Wealth of Brady
About Equal to
That of Morgan
NEW YORK, Aug. .-Although the
provision of the will of the lato Anthony
N. Brady have given no Indication of the
site of his estate, unofficial estimates are
publlihed here today placing hi wealth
practically on a par with that of the
late J. P. Morgan. A former financial
adviser to Mr. Draay Is quoted as plac
ing the estate at 175,000,000 as a minimum
estimate and as adding that Is might
prove to be In excess of 100,000,000. A
recent report by a state tralsfer tax
attorney mado a semi-official estimate
of Mr. Morgan's estate at the cams ag.
gregato figure. SIOO.OOO.OM.
Mr. Brady's Investment lacked the tran
sient factor which made Mr. Morgan'
wealth so well known. It la said that ha
had over $30,000,000 in tobacco alone. His
holdings of Brooklyn Itapld Transit stock
amounted to about $9,000,000. In round
figures. In Tennessee and fJeorgta power
properties he ,1s said to have had In
vestments worth $10,080,000 and during
the last few year he had put between
J , 000,000 and $7,000,000 Into Japanese light
ing plants, especially in Toklo.
Peace Paot is Now
an Assured Fact
BUCHAREST, Rumania, Aug. C-Peaeo
was concluded today at a mooting of
delegates of Scrvla, Greece, Montenegro
Ilumanla and Bulgaria.
The war between the Balkan allies, who
had fought shoulder to shoulder against
Turkey began July I. On that dato the
Servian minister of the Interior deolared
that Scrvla, was at war with Bulgaria.
On the same day Greece also announced
that a state of war existed, but did not
make a, format declaration.
Rumania declared war on July 10, and
moved Us troops over the Bulgarian
frontier to occupy the strip of territory
from Blltstrla on the Danube to Varna
on tho Black, sea, which It claimed In
order to re-istabjleh tho balance of
power. The troubt between the allies
arose from the dlffloulty of dividing h
territory captured from Turkey Severe
fighting followed and many thousand men
were klllnd or wounded.
Soon after the beginning of hostilities
massacres und acta of pillage wero re
ported to have been committed by the
various armies. The Montenegrin troops
never came Into action during the period
of hostilities, although they were nom
inally at war with Bulgaria.
Loses Money and
is Beady to Die
NEW YOIUC, Aug, Joseph Kuhak?
wno left tits Intended bride In Germany
a year ago, with a promise that as soon
a he earned enough money In the United
State ho would return for her, went to
work In Milwaukee, saved $1,000 and ar
rived In New York to take passage back
home. On the way to tho ship, Kuhak
visited a saloon and somebody substi
tuted, a wallet containing paper for the
ne 1 1) which he carried his savings. He
Olscovered his loss Just as the ship sailed,
took poison and Jumped overboard. He
waa rescued, but may die.
XI. Omaha's Home Rule Charter Length
What is in it what is not in it what it means.
One ot tho criticisms of the new homo rule charter for Omaha is aimed
at Its length. Tho charter-makers would have been greatly pleaaod had
they been able to make It shorter, but the obstacle Is explained In the
official preface to the charter as follows:
The desire to make a short charter was met with the fact that provisions or
the charter tobe superseded, particularly those relating to corporate powers,
ioval improvements and special assessments, had undergone the test of th courts,
am! that it seemed preferable to sacrifice brevity rather than to take needless
rlvko of omission Inviting litigation.
The best way to Illustrate this la to refer to the lengthy section re
lating to "viaducts," which is lifted unchanged 'from the present charter,
although all that would seem to be necessary would-be to empower the
council to compel (no railroads to build viaducts whenever ordered. But
this section bad been carried through the courts clear up to the supreme
court of the United States at a cost to the city ot thousands and thousands
?f dollars, resulting In a great victory establishing the city's right to require
viaducts at the railroad's expense at every street Intersection if needed.
Think of the risk that would be foolishly run by trying to shorten that
Tho three longest chapters of the new charter are those defining thu
corporate powers, prescribing tho procedure for local Improvements and
providing for the city's financial machinery and revenues. These are the
places where it seems wiser to be
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Our new line for Fall is so
great, we can supply garments
of all required needs, from the
plain, firm materials to the
daintiest laces and embroider
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designs. Prices 50c to $5:00.
Gauze Union Suits, low
neck, sleeveless, knee
length, 50c, 65c, 75c, $1.00
Women Are Barred
from Diggs Trial
SAN KUANCISCO, Aug. C-It was th
prediction today of Mattl Sullivan, chlsf
counsel for the government In the iJiggs-
Camtnettl cases, that a Jury would bj
Kloven jurors accepted by both ildes
were In tho box when the case was called.
One of these was excused becausn of n
attack of acute Indigestion. Another wa
peremptorily challenged by the defense
and again the box was filled.
This time tho prosecution Issued a chal
tenge and a fourth talesman wa dls
missed by tho court on his statement
that he had formed a prejudlclce In tho
Both Dlgga and Camlnettl were In court
and tho court room was crowded to ca
pacicy, tnougn out rour women wen
among the spectators. Judge Van fleet
forbade photographs to bo taken In court
but a newspaper photographer who Had
already snapped Dlgga before an order
won Issued was allowed to keep his plate
When adjournment waa UWen at noon,
thero were eleven Juror Accepted by
both sides in the box and one talesman
who had not yet been examined.
Of the original venire there remained
but two men, and since the defense still
had to Its credit five unexercised per
emptory challenges, and the prestautton
four, It seemed almost certain that It
would be necessary tb call a new ven
ire, which would mean a delay of one
and probably two day before the taking
of evidence could begin.
The court announced today that It
would not ait on Saturday or Mondays
Figuring on Plans
ATLANTIC, la., Aug. 0 (Special.) A
meeting of the first mortgage bondhold
era of tho north end of, the Atlantic,
Northern & Southern railroad was hold
yesterday for the purpoto of devising
way and means of conducting the &t
fairs of the road after August 9, at
which time the bondholder will become
the owner. They expressed themselves
a willing to stand by tho people of the
north end, who are trying to raise money
to operate the road and to glvo them
from ten to twenty year' time to pay
the amount of the bond.
Word was received during the progress
of the meeting from Mr. Sterling of the
De Moines Interurbon railway and Mr.
Morgan of the Des Moines Union railway
that they had completed the appraisal
of the north end of the road and had set
the valuation of the road at $238,000.
APPLICATION OF MAJOR
RAY DENIED BY COURT
WASHINGTON, Aur. .-MuJor Beechar
B. Kay's application tor an Injunction to
prevent Secretary Garrison from promot
Ing another officer In the army pay
corps over hi head was denied hero to
day by the district supreme court
Although Hay Is in line of seniority,
the War department In view of dlsclos
ures before a congressional committee
asked Attorney General Mclteyholda It
tho president might not name another
man. McReynolds held that the presi
safe, even though lengthy.
CALLS FOR JOTER LEYIES
State Executive Council Asks Audi
tors to Note Values.
AVOID COLLECTING TOO MUCH
Brcretnrr Wells of Western drain
Dealers' Association Ultimate
Corn Yield Considerably
Delovr Last Year,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., Aug. ".-(Special
Telegram.) The secretary of the state
executive council, dn behalf of the statu
board, which mode an enormous In
crease In the assessed valuation of all
Iowa property, today ent to county au
ditor a letter calling attention to the
fact that the council has also reduced the
tate tax levy and advising county offic
ials to make a corresponding reduction
In all tax levies so a to not unduly bur
den the peoplo with taxes because of the
law requiring assessment at actual value.
The council urge on county boards that
the matter of taxation be more carefully
considered this year.
Estimate Corn Yield.
George A. Wells, secretary of the, West
ern Grain Dealers association, today
madei estimate of the total yield of corn
In Iowa for the year. Mr. Well estimate
377,fW,000 bushels. This la a falling off
from the yield of laat year, which waa
432,021,000 bushels, according to the gov
Starts Third Capitol IfrerloB".
The district court ha taken up tho
third hearing of the case of Rowley
agnlnst state official to prevent the ex
tension of the capltol grounds and antici
pation of the milage taxes levied by
the legislature. Judge Applegate pre
sided. The first thing done waa a sub
poena for the governor, secretary of
state, treasurer of state, auditor, gov
ernor's secretary and other. Then tho
attorney for Rowley commenced to read
the argument they used In the two
other case at Ottumwa. They explained
that all they wanted of tho state offl
cial wa a copy of tho plot of the
capltol ground extension. No new argu
ments ware presented and nothing wa
developed today that ha not been fully
exploited In the case before. This is an
application for a permanent Injunction
to prevent anticipation of the tax levied,
Brlnu Back a Wife Deserter.
The governor ha Issued a requisition
to bring back to the state Arthur Btew
nrt. wanted at Chariton for having de
serted his wife and 10-mohths-old babe.
He Is In Minnesota,
Short of Host Cholern Serum.
ine aiaio veterinary department re
port a serious situation In the state of
Iowa beoause of inability to secure ho
cholera serum with which to inoculate
the herd of the state. Complaints are
coming from all over the stato of the
death of many hogs. The state serum
laboratory wa abandoned by order of
the legislature and the new one I not
accomplishing anything. It Is greatly
feared this situation will prove very
costly to tho state.
Death of Pioneer Woman.
Mr. Mary A. Kavanaugh, aged 75 years,
dead, She wa the widow of M.
Kavanaugh, a pioneer resident or tht
city, and the mother of Judge Marcus
Kavanaugh, of the superior court nf
Vmportant Dectalon (or loirs.
Clifford Thorne, chairman of the Rtaia
Railroad Commission, who fought the
rate case through the interstate Com
merce commission, declares the decision
last week wa the most important for'
Iowa of ,any decision ever made. It I
prodioted It will hove material affect In
Increasing the manufacture of the
state. He today received the full text of
the decision and find that the order
were more sweeping than at first re
ported, and that the reductions ordered
cover coin ci&es and commodity rate
from all eastern point to the Mississippi
rivor and Into Iowa, A naif grouping of
ratea will be road before November 1 to
cover all Iowa.
To neballd State Flan Hatchery.
Tho state fish hatchery at Bnlrlt Luka
will be rebuilt, Somo year ago a fish
hatchery wa built there, but it wa not
satisfactory and for some time the itate
ha relied on getting It supply of young
usn irom tne bayous along tho Missis
sippi river. Now new reservoir will be
constructed and there will be extensive
work In raising young fish.
d- Good adore Changes IInds.
WEBSTER CITY, la., Aug. e-fSbe.
cial.) The Burleson dry good store, es-
tarnished in Webster City In IMP. has
been (old to John Frsdrickson & Bon of
DUcharged from Csntody.
"WEBSTER CITT, la., Aug. 0.-(Sp.
cial.)-Henry Taylor, a farmer here ar
rested for breaking Jail In Missouri years
ago and for whom Governor Clarke issued
Still In The Lead
For over fifteen years Grape-Nuts, the pioneer health cereal, haa had no equal,
either in flavour or nutrition.
Thousands of families use it regularly because
Has qualities which make
it the ideal food
and withal, easily digested.
Grape-Nuts and cream, in place of heavy, in
digestible food, helps to mako one cooler and more
comfortable on hot days; and builds body and
brain in a way that gives zest and energy.
Sold by Grocers, everywhere.
requisition papers, has been discharged
by Judge Lea at Amu, who holds tho
requisition not to be binding.
At Auction Father
Sells Farms to Sons
SHENANDOAH, la., Aug. .-John
Almqulst, a rich retired farmer of Essex,
had six splendid farm and six splendid
son. He took a nove way to hitch these
son and farm up Ogether. Ho put the
farms up at auction a.td the sons were to
bid them In. The homestead was knocked
off to Charles at $200 an acre; the eighty
acre southwest of tho homestead went
to Oscar, at $202.
Thro other farms sold at equally good
figure, but the sixth farm was not sold
because the bids did not como up to the
appraisement the father had mado. 8o
there I one son and one farm out of the
game. Tho reason given by the father for
this trancactlon Is that he could no longer
look after the farms, which had been
rented to the boys. '
Dlir LUt of Fair Kntrle.
SHENANDOAH, la., Aug. . (Special )
-The twenty-ninth annual Shenandoah
fair will be held August 11 to IS. Racing
and exhibit entries up to thl tlmo are
the largest on record. Special trains will
be run Thursday and Friday. T. Fred
Henry' band of De Molne will play
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday after
noon and evening.
To Have New Opera Home.
DENIBON, Ia Aug. .-Frank Fee, late
or Muskogee, Okla., ha received the
contract to build the new opera house In
The cornerstone of the new federal
building, under construction, will be laid
with Masonic ceremonies, Tuesday, Au
Carter Says Coffey
Has Resigned Place
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. C-(Spe-
clal Telegram.) J. W. Carter of Bowie,
B. D., wa one of the callers at the
White House today, but he was reticent
on the subject of the Interview he had
with President Wilson. It Is under
stood, however, that Mr. Carter Is here
a the representative of the organization
wing of the South Uakota democracy
and that the Interview related to the
difference between Party men In that
Th aonate has refused to act upon the
nomination of Btate Chairman Coffey to
be collector of Internal rovenuo for the
Dakota district until he resigns the
chairmanship. Mr. Carter Indicated that
Coffey's resignation had been tendered
and that notice to that effect la on the
way to Washington.
The Commercial club of Sioux Falls,
B. D., ha filed complain with the In
t era tate Commerce commission against
th Pullman company and the Chicago,
St Paul, Minneapolis tt Omaha railroad,
protesting against the excessive chargo
for sleeping car accommodations be
tween Sioux Falls and St Paul and
HAojnnuiuw, Aug. e-Loolclng on
the District of Columbia a an excellent
ground for proselyting, member at the
National Council of Women Voters, which
meets hero next week, announced today
that they would wage a vigorous street
speaking campaign In the hope of mak
ing convert for the cause.
"Suffragists of national reputation will
preach the suffragist article of faith on
the. street corner every evening for the
next ten day and tho crusade may be
continued even longer. The campaign
really wa launched lost night when a big
meeting In Pennsylvania avenue was ad
dressed by Mis Mabel Vernon of Wil
mington, De.; Mi Doris Steven of Day
ton, O., and Mr. Bessie Harding Stubbs
HAWTHORNE AND MORTON
MUST REMAIN IN PRISON
ATLANTA, aa.. Aug. & According to
report hero today of decisions reached
by the Department of Justice at Washing
ton! Julian Hawthorne and Dr. William
J. Morton of Boston, convicted of using
the malls to defraud, must serve their
term In federal prison here, despite the
recommendation of the federal board of
With good behavior Hawthorne and
Morton will be liberated In October.
Persistent Advertising is the
a Reason" tmr Grape-Nuts
BUILDERS ARE STANDING PAT
' 1 " 1
Say They Will Offer Nothing: but the
Sliding Scale of Fay.
MAY CALL OUT CARPENTERS
Stroraaer, Agent of the Carpenters'
Union, Say He Haa Given Up
Trying? to Deal rrlth the
Contracting carpenters are standing pat
on their refusal to ralte tho wage or
their men to C5 cents an hour. A meet
ing wa. held by them at the Builder'
exchange thl morning and an agreement
wa reached that union the striking
carpenter accept their offer of a sliding
Scale, all will stand pat.
Harry Btroesser, business agent for the
carpenters' union, Is handling the Indi
vidual case, having given up trying to
deal with the Builders' exchange. He haa
not announced what plans he has made
to meet the condition, but It I said
around Labor temple that all carpenters
may be called off their job.
Clark Shelly, secretary of the Builder'
exchangQ, say the contracting car
penter will listen to nothing but the
sliding scale plan. They do not want to
pay 5 cents to carpenters for rough
work, although they are wlnnlnff to pay
that much for finish work, ha says. The
sliding scale of wage, he declares, would
permit the contracting carpenters to
hire the kind of men they want for cer
tain kind of work, paying them accord
LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATION TO
GIVE SHOW THIS MONTH
The Western Douglas County Live
Stock association, recently organised.
held a business meeting at Elkhorn Mon
day night, at which preliminary arrange
ments were completed for the holding of
their annual harvest home entertainment
and Live Stock show on August 23. Thl
Is a local enterprise and will be devel
oped Into An agricultural and live stock
show of two or three day' duration. If
present plans are carried out Besides
the exhibition feature, the program con
tains sports or all kinds, horse races.
foot races, ball games, balloon ascen
slons, etc. More than 100 head of stock
aro already entered for exhibition. All
line of farm animals ore to bo repre
sented. Expert judges from the depart
ment of animal husbandry of the State
university will be present to Judge tho
stock and award prison.
The meeting was well Attended by
formers, stock grower and business rep.
resentatlves from Elkhorn.
G. W. Hervey nf Omaha was present
by Invitation And addressed the meeting
on the "Influences and Advantages of
Organisation In the Promotion of the
Agricultural and live Stock Interests of
China Without Funds
for the Exposition
PEICING, China, Aug. 6.-Tho Chinese
government will be unable, owing to 1U
financial difficulties, to furnish funds
necessary to support the Chinese exhibit
at the Panama Pacific exposition at San
Francisco In the manner originally
The financial minister here hopes to
got an appropriation of 1500,000, although
many members of the Chinese Parlia
ment oppose it. Several chambers ot
commerce aro reluctant in the matter,
owing to the losses to merchant In the
Turkey Trot Big Boon
for Corn Doctors
NEW YORK, Aug. 6, Clara B. Houston
ot Chicago, who is credited by the Na
tional Convention ot Chiropodist hehe as
having the only perfect feet In America,
told the member at last night's session
that thn turkey trot and tango dancing
oraxe waa proving a great boon to tho
"People are coming In droves," she
said, "complaining ot their feet hurting
them. Tho trouble is that the tango 1
calling a lot of muscles, hitherto very
little used, Into action and putting un
accustomed strains on the toes."
Boy Off on Hike.
SHERIDAN, Wyo Aug. 9. (Special
Telegram.) Local Troop t, Boy Scouts,
left today on what Is probably the long
est hike ever taken by a company ot that
organization. They will cross the Big
Horn twjco on their way from Bherldan
to Worland and back, 400 miles. On the
return journey they will Attempt to scale
Cloud Peak, nearly 14.000 feet high. Each
Doctor with 40 Tsar experience
"In my 40 years' experience as a
teacher and practitioner along hygi
enic lines," says a Calif, physician.
"I have never found a fool to com
pare with Grape-Nuts for the benefit
ot the general health of all classes or
"I have recommended Grape-Nuts
for a number of years to patients
with the greatest success ana every
year's experience makes me more en
thusiastic regarding its use.
"I make it a rule to always recom
mend Grape-Nuts, and Postum in
place of coffee, when giving my pa
tients Instructions as to diet, for I
know both Grape-Nuts ai d Postum
can be digested by anyone.
"As tor myself, when engaged in
much mental work my dtat twice a
day consists ot Grape-Nuts and rich,
cream. I find it Just the thing to
build up and keep the brain In good
"In addition, Orapo-Nuta always,
keeps the digestlvo organs in a per
fect, healthy ton." Name given by
Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
Strong endorsements like the
above from physicians all over the
country have stamped Grape-Nuts
the most scletiflc food in tha world.
own food supply and
Northern Pacific Men
Vote to Go on Strike
ST. PAUL, Minn., Aug. 6. As a result
of the strike vote of operators and agents
of the Northern Pacific road, completed
yesterday and found to be unanimously
In favor of a strike, the officials of the
road have granted another conference to
be -held at the operators' union near-
Increases in wages and better working
condition are demanded.
Rebels of China
Lose Two Battles
HANKOW, China, Aug. 6. Government
troops on August 4 captured the town ot
Tehnn on Poyang lake, the principal
rebel base In the province ot Klang SI.
Another defeat was inflicted on the
rebels In the province of Hu Peh yester
day, when the town of Bhayong on the
Han-Klang was captured.
Fight to Be Made
on Postmaster Fox
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6.-Senator Work
of California and several other senators
began a movement today to secure re
consideration of the senate's action ot
last night in confirming Thomas Fox as
postmaster at Sacramento, Cal.
A tight had been made against Fox and
his RDDoIntment was confirmed late yes
terday when many senators wero absent.
DOW CITY, la., Aug. 6.-M. H. Blading,
73 year old, sexton of a local cemetery,
committed suicide by hanging himself to
a tree in the cemetery last night His
body was discovered - today. His reason
for the act 1 not known. It Is said that
ofter eating his dinner last night he went
to a store, purchased a rope and return
ing to the cemetery hanged himself.
South Dnlrotn Telephone nntrs.
PIERRE, S. D., Aug. 6. (Special.) Tho
Stato Railway commission today empha
sised Its claim of the right to fix tele
phone rates on local exchanges well
as 'long distance toll lines In this statt
by Its order putting Into effect, the rates
fixed by It on the automobile system
ot the Dakota Central In this city. The
rates range from 3.25 per montn lor
business down to 11.75 per month for
narty lino phones, with other cnarca
for different demands upon the company,
Surrtelle tor JnCete in Art so no.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 6.-W. H. Saw.
telle of Tucson has been selected by Presl
dent "Wilson to be United States Judge
for the district of Ancona. He was
recommended by both senators.
Buttermilk Better Than
Soap and Face Cream
(From 'Woman's Tribune.)
Those who use much soaD seldom set
ineir spins reany clean, ouap is so apt
to Just wash over the burface. not cleans
ing the pores at all. Often, In fact, It
leaves greasy deposits in the no res. on
couraging blackheads and eruptions. The
alkali roughens and coarsens the skin.
it averyone used nuttermilK instead ot
soap there would be fower complexion
complaints. It is more cleansing, espe
cially in tho form of presoiated cutisr
mllk paste, and of course there's noth
ing Deuer to wmten ana soiten tns Ktn.
it is so easy just to spread it over and
gently ruD it into raoe, necK, arms ana
hands, washing It oft when dry with
Plain water. Those who once get the
presolated buttermilk paste never do
without It Almost any druggist can sup
ply good presolated buttermilk paste. It
Keeps tne sxin sort ana wnite ana it is
cneap oecause it manes soapb ana
creams unnecessary. Advertisement
at Cut Prices
Thursday and Friday
100 pairs Women's $4 and $4.50
Genuine Russia Calf O Qf
Rubber Soled Oxfords. ,
50 pair Women's $5.00 Genuine
Imported Russia Calf High Dal.
best quality rubber $3i75
100 pair Men' $4.60 Oennlns
Russia Calf Rubber JQ Eft
Soled Oxford at OiOU
Men's $5.00 Imported Russia Calf
Rubber Soled and CQ 7C
Heeled Oxfords Os I Q
Men' Russia Calf High Shoes,
first quality rubber 2J ftfl
soles, $5.50 values...,
THE BEST BAXOAXXT
ever offered in Omaha. Wom
en's $4.00 and $4,50 Low
Shoe in all leathers, broken
lots, your I nil
8aU Continues In All Sept.
1419 Farnam St.
scout carries hi
1 -$500 Mahogany. $285
1 $560 Mahogany . $310
1 $500 Oak $330
These are practically now 88
note Player Pianos, Including
all the modern appliances for
obtaining musical expression ot
the highest order.
Call and hear the Angelus,
the original and greatest Player
Piano. Built in the famous
Knabo, Emerson, Llndeman and
other well known pianos.
We give a liberal supply of
music rolls, bench and scarf
with each Player Piano.
A good Outside Cabinet Piano
Player and 25 Rolls Music, f 25.
Office For Rent
The large room on ground
floor of Bee Building, oc
cupied by the Havens.
White Coal Oo;
Nice Farnam street front
age. About 1,500 square
feet of floor space with
large vault. Extra en
trance from court of the
Fine office fixtures are of
fered for sale. Apply to
N. P. Feil, Bee office.
REST AW KJUIH T9 MITRER AXB CAM.
Mas-WmstoW Boothimo BTcy he been
awWcTtT SIXTY YK AM b Y M I WO N 8 of
MOTHERS for the r CHItDJUtW WHILE
TKIWIIMO, with 7ERFKCT SUCCESS. It
SOOTHES tne CHILD. SOFTENS the OlUMS,
AiXaYB tl fAlH CURES WIND COLIC, i
U the tt remedy for JDlARXHtKA. It U ab
solutely hsmlcM. sure ad aik for "Mrs.
WlBJlew's BeotblBf Syrup,- nd tak so U
fctad. Treatr4rceaUia betU.
rsm coos ax
FREE CONCERTS BY
Sig. Vincent Pawani's Italian
Every Afternoon and Evening
Until August 9th at 2:30,
4:30, 8:15 and 10 P. M.
Remember the Concerts Are
New Bath House and Fine .
Boating Roller Skating,
Dancing, Roller Coaster
And Many Other Attractions.
FREE MOVING PICTURES
Eeduced-rate round-trip tick
ets from Omaha for sale at
down-town drug stores and
cigar stores; adults 25c, chil
liulloon Ascension, Sunday, 0:30 p.m.
ADMISSION TO PARK FREE.
Friday, Saturday Mat. Sat.
JACOB P. ADLER,
In Three Big Plays.
Sunday Matinee, All Week,
AttGcoRQi Klein preslnts
ARUMm N d PARTS ani 3 ACTS
Daily Matinees, 25c,
Nights, 25c and 50c.
OMAHA vs. TOPEKA
August 3, 0, 7.
Cars leave 15th and Farnam 2:45
Games caUed at 8 P. M.
CooUd by Zesd Air. Voulrht All
Wsek. laatlnses Wed. and Saturday.
In th ByarkllBB- Oomedy
TrUesi a So and eoe.
Xaxt WeekAlias Jlnuny Valentin.