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TUK OMAHA SUNDAY BKL JlhV 2(, 1!)14.
KING'S PEACE PLAN FAILS!
Conference of Party Leader Unable
DPPOSING CHIEFS WORT BUDGE
Believed. In Helinaf (hiit thr Next
Step Will lie Mobilisation ft
the Ulster Vlanlrr
LONDON, July IS. Forfiml announce- j
viem inai wie uucaingnam i-aiace con
'rrees on home rule could not bridge
he narrow differences, wttk-h separated
he Ulaterltea Und the nationalist on
he Irish home rule bill, was made to
inic George today by tte speaker of
he house or common.", James Iowther,
ind the house lt&elf by Premier Asqulth.
When the failure of the icing's attempt
o bring about a compromise was Known
Wednesday, the fart that the party Jeart
r continued to discuss the question
it Issue kindled faint hope throughout
:he country that the deadlock might yet
!e broken. The definite fall of the cur
laln on the monarch'a plan to bring; to
Sether In conference the men who are
most responsible for the present sensa
tional crisis; leaves the country In a
mood of deepest pessimism.
The brevity of the conference Indi
cates how firm the deadlock was. The
usual official secrecy was maintained, hut
it apparently was such secrecy an en
shrouds the executive ' sessions of th
senate at Washlntrton, for some of tho
participants felt bound to tell th'elr near
est supporters what had occurred and
the secrets .have been disseminated
through a widening circle.
Apparently Sir Edward CaTson and
Captain Crate Insisted on their constantly
proclaimed "clean-cut" of the whole of )
L'lgtor from trie, proposed Dublin jrovern-,
Merit. The. nationalists, represented by
Tohn IUdmond and Johp Dillon, were
srtlllns, it la believed to concede the
inclusion of TJl iters counties by popular j
trote, provided any of the counties ex
tlcdeU "were rfrtv, the opportunity ,ot
voting for Inclusion at a later date,
ryrone has beta the bono of contention,
ivhich neither aide wai -willing to eur
render. ' "-
Before ComnoM Tacaday.
The house of lords, arnendlntv bill,
which embodied the concessions the
government la prepared to otter, will
?ome befora the house of commons Tues
Jay. The members of the cabinet liava
not yet dladosed their plans to thp lib
eral member-, but the, talk In tho lobby
A the hcroae tonight was that the pre
mier will eay that the government. Is
prepared to proceed wltn the amending
bill In Ita original form, If he believes
iho house ot lords la prepared to re
ceive It ss peace measure. If rloty he"
will withdraw it and the homVrule bill,
unamended, will become a law nnl be
presented to tho king for his signature.
The. premier may then advise the king
to dissolve) parliament and a general elec
tion would follow. ,
The liberal newspapera continue to at
tack King Oeorge for the part he took
in tho conference.
No Excitement 'ait Belfast. .
BBUFAST, July 24. The failure ofthe
HucklnKham palace conference im Kome
rule became Jroowns definitely . to Belfast ,
last night, through telegram irom-ino
(lister leaAeri.. and the official announce
ment this ifternoon caused iio excitement
Tho leading buslneaa mi clergymen.
Bankers and manufacturers,' Who ha, de
clared for.' .an anti-home rule movement
were unanimous tonight Jn endorsing; the
iincompromlsing attitude of rflc Rdward
Carson and Captain .'amea Crli; In de
manding tte total nd permanen'. efcelu
lion of Ulster front the workings ot the
home rule bill.
Tho boslnesa community la. nuffcttar
Severely through' .stasna.lM iri'trado an1
tight money.- There Is an unwllllncnoss
to order new stocks; of rjXi 'vitli the
tear of civil war haiictns overhead. A
large proportion of the commercial world
would endorse a settlomout of the contio
veray on a compromise basis, but realiz
ing popular sentiment is against them,
they daro not Insist on anything- less than
Sir Kdward Caraon'a original demand.
The Ulster provisional government
awalta order from Sir. Kdward and Cap
tain Craig:, -who still are In London. U
s believed here the nexf step will b. a
ioneral mobilization of tho volunteer
orce aa a kind of "armed demonstration."
vhlchmay impress the goVernmenL If
be government still is unyielding, it up
fears certain, according to tho 'declare
Ions by prominent Ulster men, that a
irovUional government will -bo set up be
ore the home rule bill is passed. Ths
elllgerent minority haa desired to seize
he poatofflce and curtom house and cn
luct a kind of armed republic under nar
ial law, cut the conservative element In
lister haa overrruled them,' The present
ollcy is to continue all the. public acrv
ces as tbey now are, hot Interfacing
vtth traffic, or the telegraphs. Jo that It
he government doea not adopt roorclve
pleasures the ordinary life ot Ulster will
Belfast probably will .be policed by
Volunteers drawn from four focal regl
hients, who will be knowfi as the "town
Kuard." The same regiments also will
furnish a quota of 10.0W men, fully armed,
(or the second line fighting force.
Spcelul Service - Corps, "!
A so-called special service cbrps, con
Istlng of about 40,000 men, most of them
oldlers, to be officered by former regu
a'rs and having full transport and ma
lhlne,gun sections, will comprise the first
Jne of a "flvlner column."
This force will be ready to rush to any
Juarter pt Ulster where the nationalists
ery uia provisional government by not-
Vie and reinforce local citlten troops. It
fi understood the police in Belfast prob-
bly'wlll be withdrawn It a provisional
ovemment Is set up, thus leaving every-
hlng In the hands ot the volunteers.
ARMAGH, Ireland, July 24. A warning
a Issued today to the Ulster volunteer's
I) be ready for instant mobilization. It
e stated that ot the 9,000 volunteers in
rmagh county tew are without eJulp-
lent, which Includes maxim guns.
0RNAD0 SWEEPS PART
OF MICHIGAN COUNTY
BATTLE CREEK, Mich., July 25.-A
bmado swept the southwestern part of
falhoun coiintv this afternoon, .tearinr
own barns, uprooting orchards and level.
ig corn, oats and other crops.
At Union City and other villages, the
Hephonea and electric lighting systems
ere put out of commission. .
The damage Is estlmatV&Vit .more than
O.fOa No fatalltleshavre'n reported.
PERSIA'S YOUNGEST RULER
8UL.TAN AIIMBP ill HZ A.
TKIlfcRAN, I'ersta, July IS.-Slnce tak
ing the oath of4pfflce an Persia' a ruler,
Stah Ahmed lllrxa has shown bt Uttlo
interest in the atfalra ot state. All state
business Is, being transacted by his ad
visers. ' When the young shah was
crowned ' In the palaco of the national
council, the crown was so large, that
he had. to hob! It In .position while the
cniet muuan was. matting a Drier ora.
t(bn.' '"i - j .
Hope to Build Home
.For Peters Family;
Ask Lot Donation
The fluid' st ait ed by generous Omahans
for Mrs, 'HenrJr.Peteni, whose struggle
On .behalf ( of -he't sl tmall children and
herself rJas' attractoil widesppjad atter-'
tlon, haa reached I1S0; and la still grow
ing. The fund is still 00 too small. "
Tho Bankers Realty Investment com
pany, In The Bee building" nas donated
plans and specifications for a small cot
tage for the I'eters'- hbme,. and a search
Is being rnade for some prosperous person
ho is willing to donate a small lot to a
worthy cause. "The local carpenters'
union Is to assist in the erection of the
Peters' home, and already almost enough
furniture to furnish It, has been do
nated. Mro. Pters' husbani!, a night vtch-
ipajj, 'committed aulcidc aev.e.ra.1. weeks
ago, losing ma me. insurance uy ins act.
and Uavln his widow penniless nnd with
air (h'ldren under !l yeart ot age. Tho
family is living at present at' "IAirty -.first
and Pratt streets, and nelghbora ara as
s'.stlng the plucky wi(" tt as much aa pos'
slble. The local newspapers are receiving
contributions for the Peters family ai.il
disbursements are made by a Committee
o w.'ghfcora working with oit charities
Members Have 'Their
Outing at the Lake
More than 400 members of tho Commer
cial club, with thefr 'wjvos and daughters
and eons, celebrated the annual outing of
the organization at the Carter Lake club
A number of the Commercial club
crowd motored lo the Carter Lake club.
While others left In special) street cars,
which Uffc Fourteenth and. Farham
streets shortly after 4 .-o'clock.
Although only 375 reservations had been
made by tho members of the Commercial
club for the dinner, there were more than
400 In the party which sat down to the
banquet. Speech-making waa eliminated
and Instead a. lively cabaret show kept
the diners in a merry mood throughout
Following the dinner, dancing and mo
tion pictures entertained the -Commercial
club crowd. During the afternoon and
early evening, hundreds enjoyed tho ex
cellent bathing at the club beach and
motor boats and row-boats took the tnpre
timid members of the big party ontho
water tor aoveral hours.
Turner Meet Chilly
Ardent suffragists Invaded RourXe park
yesterday atternbon and handed out
many , "votc-for-women" handbills,
printed In Bohemian. They even swarmed
out upon the field and started to place
their printed suffrage nrgumenU In the
hands of the contestants and Judges ot
the Ttl Jed Sokol tournament. But offl
cials pf the big meet sent them back to
the grandstand in double-quick time, with
the advice thut the affair was an ath
lello meet, not a political campaign. The
Turner men had no tlmo just then for
consideration ot any feminist movement,
WOMEN TO RUN TROLLEYS
ONE DAY IN ST. JOSEPH
ST. JOSEPH, Mo-. July 25,-Women will
act ,as street car conductors during one
day next October on all the lines In
this city as the result of un arrange
ment mode today by the street railway
management and' represeptatlves of the
Federation of Women's Clubs. All money
collected in excess of the regular dally
receipts will be given local charities.
BODY OF YOUNG WOMAN
IS FOUND IN A WELL
IOWA CITV, la-. July 2S.-(Speclal Tel
egram.) After a long search, the body
Of Miss Anna Willis, daughter of a prornlr
rient farmer, living about ten. miles from
here, was found at the bottom of an
abandoned well on her father'a farm to
day. ilrs "Willis disappeared from her
home -early this -morning. Local author!-
Ues;tII!Ye Jt to be a case of suicide, i
BRYAN TREATIES TO SENATE1
PacU with Twenty Nations
Subrhitted by President.
FATE DOUBTFUL THIS SESSION
Growing; Peeling Not to Itrpnrt
Colombian Convention, Tbooiclt
Admlnlntrntlou Ttlrn Jar
WASHINGTON. July 3 -President Wil
son sent to the srna.e today fon ratifi
cation Secretnry Bryan's new peace
treaties with twenty nations, providing
for special Investigation ot disputes In
all cases, where the teiources ot diplom- '
acy have failed. They are the tiealles
which Secretary Bryan has Indicated the
president wishes to have ratified before '
congress adjourns. Whether they can be
pushed through Is considered doubtful
by some members of the torelKn re
lations committee, among them 5vera
dcinocrats. Tho treaties are with Guate
mala, Kcuador, Panama, Honduras, Nica
ragua. The Netherlands, Bolivia. Portu
gal, Peittla, Denmark, Swltserland. Oosta
RUa, Dominican republic, Venezuela,
Italy Norway, Peru, Argentina, Brazil
and Chile. The three latter were signed
today Similar conventljr negotiated
with Great Britain ami Prance have not
et been signed.
Secretory Dry An followed the treaties
to the senate nnd conferred with Chair
man Stone and r.ther Jnembers of the com.
Administration senators have agreed to
do their best to have the treaties fav
orably reported speedily. No meeting ot
the committee will bo held Until next
"Wednesday, when Colonel Roosevelt's re
quest for a hearing on the Colombian
treaty will be considered. There Is a
growing feeling not to report that treaty
at this session. Administration senators,
however, do not say there Is such an
"Mnud Muller" Si aril Up.
A teacher In one of the suburbs ot
Boston read to her pupils Whlttler's
"Maud Sluller." and then she asked the
boys and girls to express In writing their
opinion of the poem. Here are tliree of
the youthful criticisms exactly aa they
"It Is silly and unnatural like moat po
etry. It rlmea all right and makes a
fairly good enough piece to speak In
eohool but It Is soft and tho Judge and
the -Muller girl would both havo wished
they hadn't If they had married each
other. So this Is my opinion of the
The norm hint nm, tmv.1 imlni. ti
shows that tho Judge had good manners
for he said Thanks when .Maud handed
him the water nnd so teaches politeness.
V " cues on nnu snown that many
things might of been that ain't In this
world, but It don't prove that folks would I
of. been any better off if thw. 1-2
turned out the other way. All things
considered t la n fnii-K. " "r3
does it credit to Mr WSrTl 'nltft
Vwc,il Jltrlt on any Wnd of Poetry."
criticisms were by boys.
nHtui.; ictesaarj- io soy mat these
One by a girl
But 11 would suit me better If Maud had
married the Judge If they were In- love
with each other. I think It dreadful to
marry for anything but love and I think
the poem teaches us to always marry for
ffiTAf WIrt 1,0 on tlle afo side. I
x,lih0 way tne P06"1 rlmes. Hut I think
Maud appears prettier barefooted in tho
tllftn 8,10 would ln rea' fo I don't
think women show to advantago bare
footed and It does not seem nlcoTo me "
In the American Magazine Albert Hick
man, writing about the development of
a new- type of fast motor boat, makes
maCn' oomment on true swrta!
"Every true sportsman has the best
Beginning Monday, July 27th
The Most Stupendous Bargain
Sale of Well Known Pianos
Held in Omaha in Many Years
The Commercial Security Company of Chicago, heavy creditors of
a well known piano house which failed in business, accepted our
shamefully low cash offer on a big line of pianos which they were
compelled to take in payment of indebtedness and hold in storage
The Commercial Security Company's loss is the Piano Buyer's
gain, for we are going to place these instruments on sale be-
ginniti g Monday, at prices which will surprise even those ex
pecting most prices which mean the bargain opportunity of a lifetime.
Story & Camp, Stiger
Swick & Kelso, King
Eighty some pianos from this big purchase the most fortunate
we ever made and from our own big stock included for your se
lection this week Every one of them a really worth while bar
gain. Be here Monday if possible, if not, come as early in the week as you can.
0ARDINAL FARLEY AT euciiar. '
I.OL'UDI3S. France. July .-Wlth nlno
other cardlnala. -M0 urchblsliops and
bishops from U pnrts of the world,
Cardinal Farley of New York Is attend
ing the International Kucharlstlc con-
gresa being held here. Cardinal (1 rati no
dl ilelmonto-Uennnro. the personal icn-
resentatlve of the pope. Is presiding over
dog. the best gun and the best boat
which Is a blessing for the Inventors of
dogs, guns and boats."
Hero's how tho wife of a rich man gets
hold ot her spending money:
"Kitty, dear, I can't boar that nu
should misjudge me, nnd so 1 am going
to tell you what not a soul in this world
knows. 1 have absolutely no money, and
no way ot getting any. My husband
doesn t think It necessary for me to have
money when 1 can charge things. I owe
you a dollar. You think 1 havo forgotten,
but I haven't. And I am going to pay
you when 1 can.
"I want td tell you that 1 huvo just
discovered a way to make money. You
see I havo borrowad so many small sums
for tips and car fares that 1 am quite
"We have one of tho finest cooks In
Aow York, as you know, and 1 order
him to innko cakes. Me thlnKa tliey arc
lor a oaznr. in rcqiity, i sell these cnlies
at a certain woman'H exchange for U a,
loaf, cash, Kitty! I lcavo mv car at a
nearby hotel, walk through the hotel to
tho cxchanKu on the next street, wear a
PH .1 . .V"" vc"' which I pin
8" ln .t.hollL)tpl '"c1slnK IOO,',n- Nobody
kwows."-Itobecen Hooper Eastman in
Kilt era Ilnrvnril nt 14.
Arthur Umb, 14 years old, son of Prof,
and Mrs. Arthur Ia Lamb, 107 Oeopdone
road, ualtlmnro, will enter Harvard as
a frehhinau in October. He has passed the
Young I.nmb Is ono of the most accom
plished and youngest pipe organists In
tho country, l.nst year he served as as
sistant organist at Old St. Paul's church.
Baltimore, playing nt tho week-day serv
ices. At tho community Christmas tree
celebration last winter, Liml played tho
organ as accompanist to the hundreds
of children, who sang tho Yuletlde carols.
Ho My .dear, our neighbor,! Mr. Smith,
the parer'say Ibis th'.s inornlngi Is a
hi i"rh?; .h rnr ,io.n'. h..
It's talking a) out. You know as well as
I do that rimlth Is a married man. Balti
See real estate columns for bargains.
FRANK BOGASH, JR WINNER'gants sign contracts;
1 ','"ul uwu,,ul1' tc nivci pi Alloc
Takes Champion Pacing Sweep
stakes, Breaking Track, Record.
FASTEST MILE OF THE SEASON
i:il Mnrlmj Cniiturr li 1 1 4 ("In
I'ni'lnH Hi rut by Wlimllla Hip
fourth nnd linxt Two
' 1 D KI.ANU. O. July X-On H slow
trm i, at Die last ildj inretlnR ol the
rami 'irrult tares ut North ltnmlnll.
Thomas Murphy's Frank Ilocajli Jr.,
tiaccil n mile In S.nii,. three-nuarters of
I a eei-oml under William's mile of TJrsday.
j This again broke the North Randall track
to-ord and was tho fastest mile paced this I
vrar The feat was accomplished In the
fit at brill of the rhrunploushlp paclnir
sweepstakes, which 1nk Bogash, Jr..,
won In two straight heats.
1, tnl ....... .. n iir
,uvfi Friru ovnic- n iiiiii t ...in . .
foi tho J 14 class pacing event carried overj
from Thurnda evening. KUa Alackay
finally took thst money by winning tho,
fi urth and last two heats. H. 11. Hrrat ,cnt hand who came to Omaha yoster
winner of two of throe beats run Thurs- ,ay jiiat ho Is 'lyltu; at the iiolnt of
day. was the favorite, but had to re
tint with second money. I
Quy Ncllo took the 2:2t class trotting;
event In threo stra slit heats Barbara'
Overton, who pressed Guy Nollo hard hiiilerot from uptown, when
the last two boats, secured second.
The 2:12 class trot went to Lucy,
Patchen. who took first, third and fifth
hcr.ts. John Huskln, who secured tecond
money, won the other two heats.
The ifotuwnv event, a 2:0 class pace.
was taken by Our Colonrl. who won the
last two of tout boats.
i':H class pacing, nurse Il.tXM itluee. hosts
r.iia AiacKay, ink. m.. ny
Ormonde (Cox) J 2 fi 1 J 1 1
n 11. Brcat. b. g. (Urady).l 15 4 4 5 3
V I e w p ol n t o r . b. h.
(Blalght) 4 S 5 3 1 2 ro
Time, 2:00. ::, 2:lCWi, 2:1M.
Fred DcForrest. blk. h. (Osborne);
I.nura Patch, b in. (Nlckcrson); I.lttle
nirector. br. g. (Valentine). Major Ong.
b g. (Murphy); Ilodnoy W., b. g. (Mc
Donald); Prince Michael, b. g. (Lane),
and Tom King, b. g. (Boyle), also sturtod.
Championship paring sweepstakes, value
Frank lloaash. Jr . h. h.. hv Frank
Bngash (Murphy) 1 1
liarl, Jr., g. h. (llauafaii) t I
Flower Direct, b. m. (Whitehead) S i
Kvelyn W . b. m iHmiw) S ds
Pickles, b. m. (Jackson) 4dr
Time. 2-.0l'. 2:0ft't.
2:21 class trotting, purse Jl.ftA);
Ouy Nello, b. m.. by Guy Axwor
thy (Oeers) I I 1
Barbara Ovorton. b. m. (Murphy).. .S 2 2
Willow Mack. b. c (Brown) ..2 4 R
Time. 2:12W. 2:12, 2:1H4.
Blue Feather, br. h. (Cox); Banker
Blngen. b. g. (Demprey); Dr. Peter, b. h
(I'attlson). and Blackburn Watts, b. h.
(Hilow), alHO started.
2:12 class trotting, purse $1,000:
Lucy Patchen. b. m.. by
Patchen Boy (Nlekorson-Po-
rlder) 1 4 14 1
John Iluskln, b K. (Shanks). .. .5 IRIS
Mirthful, b. in. (Murphy). 2 S .1 2 2
-.ll'i. 2:13. 2:l3"i. 2:1111.
Baring, b. h (Cox), and William L.
Snyder, ch. g. (Fonnoll). also started.
2:0f class pacing, purse Jl.ooa:
Our Colonel, h. h., by Colonel
Coehrnn (Jones-Valentine) S S I 1
Baron A , b h (Cox) 5 1 2 2
Blllv M oh. g. (Fonnell) 1 2 6 3
Time. 2:04'i. 2:0IH. 2:044, 2:0U.
Zombrcwcr, g. m. (Snow); Alchy B. b.
m. (Whitney), and Marietta, blk. m. (Mur
phy), nlso stsrtcd.
finlnrc the .Mnrlos!
If you want to know In advance what
pictures are going to be shown at your
I favorite theater tonight, read "Today
I Complete Movie Program" on the first
want aa pave, t-oini'ieio prosrums or
practically every moving picture theater
In' Omaha nppear EXCLUSIVELY In
Beginning Monday, July 27th
Bush & Gerts, Kline,
Kimball, Peek & Co.,
TEN DAYS' CLAUSE OUT
NKW YORK July 'JA The Now York
National league team returned honu to
day from Its western trip with virtually
the entire teuni signed to new contractu
from which the ten days' clause had been
After Justice lllsfell In Buffalo deckled
tl at Hal Chnse's contract was Inequitable,
owing to the ton clays' clause, the Oiaut. I
It Is said, wore Interviewed bv Federal 1
league agents In Cincinnati, who made
an effoit lo secure players of the club.
Including lttcher Tesreau. In order to,
protect the club President Hempstead In- J
ltort every plaer on the team to -Rti a
new contract with the ton days' clause
eliminated. As a result President Hemp
stead said lontKht every player tho i-hib
)lc,,r,. to k,.ep ll0w bolI11(1 tu u Uv con-
tract In the new form, believed to ie un
HARVEST WORKER BEATEN
NEARLY TO DEATH ON TRACKS
so b-lly did tnrc while "lrong-arm''
,ncn j,rftt ( . i, Brnhan. Waco. Tex. har-'
ron-,drath today at PI. Joseph's hospital. He,
lost only 1S.
Before lie became unconscious he lol I j
il, nnlirn bo was on his wnv .o -no
Tenth street vlaC.uct the mrec men
stopped him and without a word com
menced to boat him. Then while two
held his arms the third took the money
l.nurrl Win Vitntn.
LAI ' UKL, Neb. July 2ft -(.Special
cram.-Laurrl ilfoaed HartltiKton tipie
today. 4 to 3. Uoiitt allowed ton h'ls
struck out eight and passed throe. Hav
allowed eight lilts and rtiucl: out sey.-n.
Two home rnns were msdo bv JJav I ock
for Laurel Batteries: Laurel. Boutt s ml
Dopew. HartlnRton. llay and Wjmm.
Do Vim 1-Vnr CoimnmplloM f
Dr King's New Discovery will help
cure your cough or cold, no matter how
chronic It Is. Try It today. JOc and $1 (O
All druggists, Advertisement.
The stomach is
power in all mat
to health. This
often needs help
in its daily work
and it is then you
On Face,Neckand Hantls Scratching
lrritatcd( Face Disfigured. Could
Not Put Hands in Water. Cuti
cura Soap and Ointment Healed.
Iloyno City, Mich '1 had salt rheum
on my fce. nock and hand and It got so
bad (hat the least Itching on my hand
would start them to bleed
ing. It broke out ln pimples
which hud tho appearance
f of small blisters and Itched
snd burnod so I would
scratch and Irritate them,
M tho llmo ray fare was
(ILiftgured. My face, hands
nnd neck were ono burning,
Itching sore and I was
troubled that way for several years. It
wtiuld go sway for a while then come bck
t f In I could not put my hands In water'
tail c mid not rct at nliht.
" I moil remedies but none of thom did
4i coed until 1 tried Cutleiira Soap and
ointment. First licfore retiring for the
nlht 1 bathed my nook, face and hands with
Cuticiira Soap and after drying well I then
tiMil the f utlrura Ointinent. I kept tbli
up ovcry night for Iwn weeks and then
twice a week and 1 am cured." (Signed
Mn. Pearl flutnn. March '21, 1014.
Samples Free by Moll
If you wish a skin clear of pimples anil
blackheads, hands soft and white hair live
and gloswy. nnd scalp free from dandruff and
Itching, bciln to-daj tho regular uo of Ou
ttcurn Soap for the toilet . bath and sllampoo,
a.snlsit.Hl by an occasional light application
of Cuticiira Ointment Although Cutlrura,
tnp and Ointinent aro sold everywhere, a
sample of each with .V2-p. flkln Book will
1m sent fiTO upon request. Address pot
card: "Cuticiira, Dept. T, Boston."
IIOTKLS AND s't'M.MlMl IlBKOItT..
WHEN YOU COME TO
not flrpil Kolrllm)rCTictfihtT(T7
conTtmrDrr. o conuoiiBmv ,nu ui,i tim
Stop at the
Known the world over
On Michigan Aenue,ChicaBoViaofl attrsdt
'lie tioulevaid. Unobfitucl'ed view ol Giant
Patk and Lslte Micliigan. Unrivalled at a
Sunmri and Winter hotel. Within five minulei'
walk ol Federal Building, the leading theatres,
and buiirten centre, Recent improvement!
made at a coft rxceeding $300,000.
Cuisine and service unescelUd
Sisfle Boom lot one piw-i
11,50. 2.00 tti 2,i0 ft dar.
Um.lut Koem In two mik
I .'.50, 3.C0 ind 4.00
I.COtnd 4.00 ftt
Sinstn Itoom wit
nm both Im on ornna
tl.iO. 1.00. 3.50 d 4 00 mi dr.
Doubl. ftocm wilk t-alh (of twa piioai
$4.00, S.00 id fc.00 ft dr.
tDDirOUllfl nOTU. rtlc.lt.. tlmrl. Ctlcti
W.S. ShaSer, Alanajtr
Republican Candidate for Congrets
To 'Bapubllcan Voters of Beoond Con
irrasBlonal District! I have filed for
nomination for representative In con
grfos. I assufo you Z am in earnest,
and propose to make a vigorous cam
paign. If nominated, I am confidant
of election. Tour support is solicited,
and will be ffreatly apprealatcd. I came
to Omalia In 1071, and have snrazoa in
the nswspaper business ever since. I
think Z can efficiently represent this
district in consrresfl.
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