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THK I1KK: OMAHA. FIJI DAY, A PI ML 16, 1!H5
GRAIN DEALERS TO
: BE CITY'S GUESTS
TntJicationi that Attendance at the
Western Grain Dealers' Con
i rention Will Be Large.
TO CONVENE AT FONTENELLE
I -It lookg If tha annual conven
tion of the Western Grain Dealer'
.Association, which Is to be held
;htr today and Saturday of thU
week, Is to be a tyent aucras," as
sort d Secretary Manchestar of the
Omaha Grain exchange, as he went
through the hundreds of acceptances
that have been received from the
2.500 Invitations sent out a month
Both President CowgiU and 8-c-tary
Manchester are of the opinion
that the attendance of outside grain
jvon at tha convention will b f'2y
460, and they will not be sur:rlsed if
5t reaches from 600 to ?00. The ac
ceptances are coming fi'om all over
the country between tbe lakes and
MMt at Bsrhaasj.
Tha first session of the grain dealers'
hTiUna will be a vory Informal af
fair and will b hold In the Exchange
gorra. ssvsnth floor oC the Hranilrla
I bH14tiic. this morning, stsrtlng at
B0:W o'clock. It will be a tceition. sf.
fording the vie I ton an opportunity, of
taeettnf and becoming acqualned with
jrh local, grain men. ThU reception will
fconttno during the trading hour and
Mgar will be on Up.
Tha enstom of tha Omaha exchange Is
lo adrrftt to the trading floor only those
who ara members, or thoie who ere the
sacra of card; Today and Satur
day tha rules will be thrown to the dis
card aad Ji grain mm and visitor to
lie city will have every privilege of the
floor, aside from that of trsdlng. Not
only this, but thy will have the run of
the entire seventh floor of the building,
Where tbe tenants are practically all
' Fonowtng the trading hour and at 1:30
b'olock ta tha afternoon, the first busi
ness session of the convention will Nton-
Ken at tha Motet Fontenelle, when Pries-
tnt Oowglll of tha Omaha exchange will
Mel'rer bis addrasa of waloome, to which
ah raapont will ha by F. D. Mllligan of
p-fferson, la., pteeldent of the Western
brain Dealers' association. ThU will be
followed by the annual report of tha sec
Wetary-treaaurer. George A. Wells, De
Moines. Then win oome Ut appointment
st th -committees. There will be an ad
dress by Lm . Metcalf 'of Illiopolls,
111., president of tba Uraln Dealers' Na
tional association, afUr which Nd P.
Bultb, attorney for tha Omaha exchange,
II talk ea "Public Warehouse Legla
Llon." - .
T View the City.
At o'clock an adjournment will be
taken, and, starting from the east en
trance of tba Hotel Fontenellr. the
visitors will be taken on an automobile
ride about the city. At 7:30 o'clock In
the evening again the visitors will be the
tauests of the Omaha drain exchange.
R pon thla occasion there win be a ban
quet and a. cabaret entertainment, fol
lowed by an address oa "Truth; a Tribute
land Borne Other Things," by J. Ralph
-Ticket, editor of the Price Current Uraln
leporter. It being tha closing number on
the day's program.
Saturday will be given over entirely
to re porta, shop talk, discussion and the
fcleotion of officers.
Dasa't N ! Congas or Colas.
Dr. Ring's New Discovery should" be
In every home for coughs and eolds.
hlldren and axed like It. hv. All rim.
Wheat Makes a Bis
Jump Up on Omaha '
The bulge in wheat prices on the Chi
cago market caraa Wednesday and on the
Omaha market It was yesterday, there
(Ming a gain of r cents, tha cloee being
at the highest. ILMH per bushel. The
fluctuations during the session ranged
flown to 11 U Thera were eleven car.
toads on tl
Com followed wheat, making a gala of
Vi to lc. selling at ?me to 71VV with
slstr-nlne cars received.
Oats ware up Sc. ranging from Mc to
t par bushel. Hecetpt (or the day
were twenty-one cars.
Tha advance oa wheat It was asserted
waa dua to beavy uU having Leca made
la Duluth and New York for eapoft.
several vessel being due to. load and
eil within the next two weeks.
ys Thin People
Can Increase Weight
Feed Aloaa rroaaoee rat. Bays Voted
Kaert-Xow t Tarn Ti In"
I Zfc r"n tk"t soma people are rhrun
iJally thlu and under tuwmal Wright, save
autu,.rtty la bec-aiia of , chrm.lo
r it ',-"akiii element.
t.lr food. The aulnulative fun. lions of
vwr Moraacn ana Intesttnrs are not
wng Pruperly. Only a ...mil portion
Hf.r Ut1 .V'!r,M'mlnt of ,h"r is
fmpe to knp if thln the oo.ly the
r . , " I no pmblein u
aim iiu aepende entire
mi naiurai eiuuLUiK of thl
Lm. r''r ot th "'Sansjuf asstmlla
rKor those who wl.l, to gain healthy
r a- iiviii icq io iwnt
Utkaifk est rAi i, . r . . . .
LV " " " m itw wfK
t invariably produ lh dMr1
titnL. aii3Wrf mlth ,. t.A u
katina al llh. .f""."I' ",r" Ti
J'" ,uh"r fseh-ipklng materlala from
" "ill "" pr.ariii all tl
f i li" '"""'s ' a form wt.lv h l
r'.- - ana aiatnuuie
t'lI htA- erol t.n tne loaka
Kr Tula. Wmi. a.I ... fi . . i. . .
tala wltuln the Lo.iv. .Iiu .i,lv
fWtfrthwM ! to t,m it. ti further
,, imuii ii(hi of aniiiullittlun.
....... B...lu.r ,v itrupeny per
s n Uiiir riktuiAl t.n-iuna au tiuit th
i p.fi ui. rargrl la
.H a.i xiMri.n.nt. llioui,d. Imve used
Bt and .rod ti li, s--tM.ii te natural
k-tiS l.arti.lvpe and It a evidoin Indeed that
p. 'i5,Fi i iwiurr un trM-rrase or from
flo tnty ijounds of lillur.:! hrelthy fl
fcn any lion u. i.nlf r. ..il,t H.x
nd .man a onnfil ti. uk aiore. OnuOia.
H.r driiKcUia -ver y it uh
. ...i.i. (iiMiei.iM or or mm ti reaae
uoiMry ra k found in every iackgi
Omaha Women to
Mrs. Villnm .tJa fiml.'h
for W-sl.li.rt-n lest rv ing, .-r.Jfh
Nebraska . delegation to attend
twenty-fourth continents! rongresi
the l)i-ihtri of the .'. merl-.ftn P"
tlon. Mrs. C. H. Aull. Mrs. A. K. Uault
and Mrs. F. It. Utrale-ht. otli'r repre
sentatives i of Omshs chapters. left
Wednerdav evening. Krom Chlrago, the
Illinois. Iowa. Kansas and Nrbrnska
delegations will occupy a serial car to
Mrs. Hmllh will attend the ronferrnre
of the t'nlted States ttnughtera of 112
fn New Tork directly aftr the Daugh
ters of the American Hevohitlon congress. J
Bhe will slso visit MUs Nancy Uattln.
formerly of Oinahs. In PhliB.WIrhla anl
her niece. Miss Wave Graham at Ann
Arbor, before her return. '.
Mrs. George Thscher Guernsey ot In
dependence, Kan., slater of Mrs. C. H.
Aull, Is a rsndldste for the office of
regent general f the daughters' confer
ence In Wsahlngton.
Tha annus! medal award by trie-Daugh
ters of the American Revolution for tha
best essay written on American history
subjects will take plsce Wednesdsy morn
ing. April tU st Brownell Hall, students
In tha American history department hav
ing competed. Mrs. f. D. Barkalow is
chairman of the committee which has
the prise award in chsrge.
SPANISH YARYETS TO MEET
Flam Kow Being Made for Eighth
Annual Encampment of Depart
ment of Nebraska in Omaha.
WILL BE ON APRIL 28 AUD 27
The eighth annual encampment of th
Department of Nebraska, I'nlted Spanish
War Veterans, will be held In Omaha
April M, V. 1911.
Department headquarter will ba es
tablished at the Rome hotel. Tha fol
lowing reunion committees have been ap
pointed iy Lea Porby camp No. 1,
Committee on finance and arrange
ments: Fred Tffl, Fest ohalrman; Frank
Wmpperman, treasurer; A. J. juonaviea,
sec retary i Walter K. .. Steele, assistant
Committee on entertainment: K. C.
Bikes, chairman; Frank Whlppern.an. I.
V. Todd. F. A. Bl.ocmaker.
Committee on reception : Perry Miller,
ohalrman; I. V. Todd, Henry Phrode, J.
M. Cuslck, F. A. Shoemaker, Henry Mey
ers, George Ysger, Jesse Taibert, Harry
In connection with the regular depart
ment encampment, there will be a reun
ion of all Hpanlah war veterans.
Tha ladles of Henry W. Lawton auxil
iary will look after all visiting ladles.
On April , they will 'be. taken for a
sightseeing tour in the Mternoon. In
the evening they will be given a theater
On the evening of April 2ft there will
be given for the wterans a smoker and
camp fire at convention hall.
On April 17 at T:M jp. m. tha grand
banquet will bo given at tha Rom hotel
for members and th ladles
The principal speakers will be ex-Ben-
ator. John M. Thurston and Governor
John H. Morehead.
Mrs, Sumney Named
Chairman of County
Mrs. H. C. Bumney was elected chair-
kuan of the Duuglsa County Suffrage or
ganisation to succeed Mrs. Z. T. I.tndaey,
realftiu-d. Mrs. Sites Brewster of Irving-
ton W made flrat vice chalrmsn, Dr.
Adda Wiley Ralston of. South Omaha
second vie chairman, and Mre. V. K,
King ot lienson treasurer. Mrs. James
Rli'hsrUaon, district chairman, uresldeJ
at the meeting.
M ra. It. L. Sumney. who Is stats chair
man of the suffrage flower garden com
mittee, distributed seed parkagos, gotten
up In attractive yellow packages, with
auffragu Inecxlptloos, which are to be
planted on Ma 1. Katlonal Suffrage day.
These seeds are all warranted to bloasom
Into yellow flowers which will bloom In
the suffrage colors until the 4ti of the
The auffrsilcts had luncheon together
at the Young Women's Christian associa
CORONER'S JURY DECIDES - j
WELLE NGER KILLED SELF
It was discovered at a coroner's Inuueet
held over the body of John WVllenger.
who vs found dead at the rear of Ul
Dodge attest, that Wcllcnger had taken
bichloride of mercury. n aa firet
thought that WsllowTFr bsd died from the
effects of lark of tiarcot!c druga. .
SHOW A FALLING OFF
The report of Collector of Cuatoma Tay
lor for the first quarter of 11& snows a
falling off of about M per cent In the
amount of cash collected compared with
the same period last year. Th amount
collected this quarter was I1S.6M, and tha
value of tha goods received was flM.iaa
DAHLMAN SPENDS $275
FOR HIS LAST NOMINATION
Mayor Dahlmarca rrnomlnatloa cost
him I'fTt M. according to his statement
filed in the election commissioner's office.
M. F. Funkhouser spent only S10. the
amount of his filing fee. John C. Drexel
spent tleSM, Peter Mehreas t&SS and
James R. Musgrav Sua
' 1 a-aorv.v a. iir "V , . x
Aa-. a. fSL. -K .
kaeafSK tw. Ti ' .... V v
D. A. R. Convention
REALTY ASSOCIATES BUYERS
Seenre Fifteen Acres Near Deaf In
stitute and Will Soon-Put it
On the Market.
THINK OMAHA IS FB0SPEB0U9
A tract of fifteen acres Just west of th
Institute for th Deaf In Omaha has been
purchased .by the International Realty
association of Chicago, the investing com
pany organised In connection wltn th
National Association ot Real Estate Ex
changes. This tract is known as Br
vcort Place. Th price paid Is tUM an
acre, or $2,500 for tha tract. The esstexn
company will ' start soon to plnfe the
ground and ssll it In city lots.
Th officers of th International ReaUy
Associates were In Omaha a few wees
ago looking over various tracts hers, and
took an option on this piece at the time.
Word was received yesterdsy In Omaha
that they had deolded to accept th offer
mads them on tha Omaha tract. They
recently bought som developed property
In Kansas City also, and said when In
Omaha that they consider, Omaha, Kan
sas City and th Twin Cities tha best
places to Invest at this time, with Omaha
possibly th best of them all.
Uravoort Place belonged to an estate
known as th Rock estate in Chicago.
It touches the Forty-fifth street car line,
or what is known as the Deaf Institute
line. Fontenelle boulevard pssses through
th renter of the tract.
South Omaha Man is
in Hospital from a
' fiad Knife Wound
An errant husband, an angry woman
with a knife, a scuffle in tha night and
11 aeon Prloa, colored, went down
"speared' in the left side by the knife
at Twenty-seventh and N streets, South
Omaha Wednesday night.
Ilia wife. Emma Price, ' accused' of th
cutting, then left th seen, leaving the
wounded may lying as he fell. Several
hours later Price was found by th police,
lie ,waa weak from loss of blood and for
a time th police believed he would die.
Dr. A. A. Alllngham was called and at
tended the Injured man. Price was sent
to tha rospltsl. Th polio aay tha
couple quarreled over domestic difficul
ties. Th Prices reetde at Twenty
seventb and N streets, a few steps from
the seen of the cutting affray.-'
MAUDE ADAMS FILES SUIT
, FOR DIVORCE IN OMAHA
Maude Adams has tiled suit for divorce
In the Omaha courts. Bhe charges her
husband with cruelty and nonsupport.
Her' husband, Clifford M. Adams, Is a
barber, Mr. Adsms . informs the court,
who Is tusking- S7F. a month. She asks
that her maiden nam of Dibble be re
stored. POLICE SERGEANT WILSON
j IS NOW A GRANDFATHER
Police Sergeant W. R. Wilson has re
ceived a telegram Thursdsy Informing
him that he had just . been made the
grandfather of a bouncing baby hoy M.
F. Grossman. Denver. Colo., father of
the grandson, aaya that Mra. Grose man,
foimerly Miss Wilson, and th chllj are
getting along splendidly:
NEEDED COURAGE TO HAVE
ULCERATED TOOTH LANCED
William Edwards et Keokuk. Ia.. ar
reated for being drunk, was discharged
In police court when , he Informed the
rr a (tat rate that h had Imbibed too freely
In an effort to get up courage to have an
ulcerated tooth lanced.
Ckauafcerlala'a (k Staaaedy.
From a small beginning .the sale and
use of this remedy baa extended to ail
parts of tha United States and ta many
foreign countries. Wbea you have aead
of suck a medicine give Chamberlain
Cough Remedy a trial and you will un
derstand why tt has become eo popular
for coughs, colds and eroup. Obtaiuabla
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i UNEMPLOYED PROBLEM OYER
fJnarity Workert ia Omaha Believe
Municipal Farm and State Hos
pital is the Solution.
WILL BID CITY OF VAGRAHTS
With the prospMcte good for a state
hospital In Omaha and at tha same tlmo
for a municipal farm outside ths city,
providing Governor Morehead sign thee
two bllis passed by the legislature,
Omal.a charity workers and those Inter
ested In rolvlng the unemployed problem
from year to year ere seeing visions of a
solution. With a municipal fsnn they
feel they would have one definite place
to send those who claim to be seeking
work and my they are unable to find It.
They would eend t!.em to the municipal
frm to work 'or a few meals and a bed
and thus would get their potetoe hoed,
their corn plowed and their alfalfa
Then there Is another phsse of the situa
tion which the atata hospital In connec
tion with tne medtral school would help
lo solve. This Is the rare of those who
claim ti neid medical ' attention, the
cripples, she fck and the injured who
come Into the city and beg.
There are Just two stories put Up by
the "pat-handler on the street either he1
Is out o' work and rannnt find Work, or
he Is too sick to work and Is seeding
money to ?rt him to a hoVpltal l,H0
miles awsy nt his alleged home.
t Th Institution of both a atate hospital
and a municipal farm at Omaha would
immediately answer these two arguments
of the street besgar. te the assertion of
those IntereMeo in the movement. If a
rrnn was unnhlo to get work he viuld be
xent to the municipal farm to work fo:
hla boord for a time. If he wanted medi
cal attentlrn and desired to solicit funds
fcr thet purpose he would be directed to
the slate hospital where sora of th best
modi-al and surgical talent In th city
would be engaged In clinical work for
the- Instruction of the students and for
the help of those who sre unable to pay
their hospital r.llla.
Kaiser Makes Visit
To Vienna, Traveling
Incognito, it is Said
OKXF.VA, (Via Paris), April In
formation has reached Osneva tending to
confirm the reports that Emperor WlUUtra
paid a visit lata last month to Emperor
Francis Joseph. ' According to this In
formation, Emperor William hastily de
termined to visit Francis Joseph upon
receiving from Prlnc von Buelow, Oer
man ambassador to. Italy, a message to
th effect that negotiations between Aus
tria and Italy, concerning territorial con
cessions by Austria a th price of Italy's
neutrality, had failed.
Emperor William at orroe ordered that
hla special train be prepared and, aooora-
T anted by two officers, set forth for
Vienna, traveling lnoognlto, by way of
Munich. The train was atoppad Bear tba
castle at Sohoenbrunn, on tha outskirts
(f Vienna, to which Emperor WUUam
went by motor car. .
With Francis Joseph war Baron von
Burlan. Austro-Hungarlan foreign minis
ter, ' and Count Tlasa, tha Hungwrlan
I'remler. Emperor William Is said to
hvs , conversed with thera . for three
hours. He then returned to his waiting
train and hurried back to Germany.
For Hurt and Nurses
PARI, April 1 Ik-Five thousand
wounded soldiers and a thouaand nurse
were treated today at th Trocadero to
a gala performance, such as usually 1
reserved for foyalty. In addition. Pre
mier Vlvlani delivered a notable address
In which he declared that Franco pur
posed continuing the war until militarism
wss crushed and Europe liberated.
Th Trocadero waa crowded at 1 o'clock
by cheering soldiers, who had arrived in
ambulances from all ths hospitals around
Paris. President Polncara and th mem
ber of his cabinet and the ambassadors
of the allied powers were present. Tha
best singers snd actors In Paris took part
In the long program. .which opened with
the singing of th national anthem, whloh
tha aoldler cheered.
Farmers of State
Busy in the Fields
It I summer weather all over Nebraska
and th stretch of country beyond to th
mountains, ssy . th railroad man after
getting their reports on weather condi
Advices to tha railroads from lis aa-ri-
cultaral country to th west are that
farmers ar all busy In their fields seed
ing, putting in oats and barley, whil ta
many localities plowing for corn has been
stnrtedt Generally, however, th ground
is a llttl too wet for plowing.
Fifty Thousand Russ
Killed in Battles
VENICE. (Via London), April IS. The
Russians aftsr tha Easter battles In the
western passes of th Carpathians, ac
cording to the Budapest newspaper, A.
Nsp, a ere forced to retire In order to re
cover from tbelr enormous losses.
During their offensive, whloh eotn
menced In January, the newspaper adds,
the Russians lost 60.000 killed and 10.000
PROFESSOR TAFT JOINS
THE AMERICAN LEGION
NEW YORK. April IS -Former Presi
dent William Howard Taft has Joined tb
American legion as advisory .anainber.
which Is organising citlaeaa aot is any
armed force of the government to be
prepared In th event of war.
Other advisory msmbers of tha legion
are: Jacob M. Dickinson, Qeorge von I
Meyer. Truman H. Newberry, Ellhu Root,
Theodora Roosevelt, Heary U 9tlmon
snd I.uk E. Wright.
BELGIAN RELIEF FUND
v REPORTED AT LINCOLN
Following I a list of subscriptions) to
ths Belgian relief fund reported at tin
coin: Amount previously reported ttt.M
Joseph frrke, ('hadion UK
J. H. Mitchell. Wakefield M
Mr. Ralph. Wakefield 140
Mre. N. H. tUriaon. vV.kefk.ld.... t 0k
1.11m Undley, IJuroln i V- ea
Mrs. Ed Jtarlaad. Humboldt L&4
Tba Bee Want Ads Ars Bret Business
MRS. MADELINE EDI
SON SLOANE, daughter
of Thomas A. Edison, has
been invited Jo christen
the new submarine, which
is equipped with a new
type of storage battery in
vented by her father.
DOCTOR CALLS IT INSANITY
Answers Hypothetical Question in
the Emil Mutik Case Before
LITTLE DAUGHTER TESTIFIES
Dr. J. W. Duncan, called as an exnert
alienist by the defense In the trial of
Emfl Miutik of South Omaha, charged
with the murder of his wife, Mrs. Anna
Muslk. In response to a hypothetical
question, which Included a description of
Musik's acts at the tlmo of the crime and
afterward, answered that in his Judgment
he was insane. .
Th question inoluded a statement of
evidence that Muslk for years had loafed
about his home behind curtained win
dows, had drunk heavily, and, according
to his a-year-okt daughter, Mamie, had
laughed and clapped hla hands after kill
ing his wife. '
"If ha did these things," said Dr. Dun
ean. "ft la my opinion he was Insane."
-Taking of evidence has been finished
and arguments of attorneys have begun.
Apartments, flats, houses ana cottage
can be ranted quickly and cheaply by a
Boa "For Rent" Ad.
Prince of Wales in
Trenches for Time
' . eaaMasM
LONDON. April ll.-F1eld Marshall Sir
John French, in his report on recent
fighting In Frano, acknowledges his In
debtedness to King Albert and his rrmy
for assistance and co-operation. Ho con
cludes with a pleasant rereronc t the
prino of Wales, who has acted as be ara -of
his dispatches and expresses apprecia
tion of his quickness In acquiring knowl
edge. H mentions that the ' prince of
Wales did duty for a time In the trenches.
ALL OVER FACE '.
Burning and Itching. Caused Much
Loss of Sleep. Broke Out Over
Body Also. Two Cakes Cuticura
Soap and One Box Ointment
Healed.. Not a Scar Left.
Bow N. ath .. RprtnafVsd, In. "deveral
Booths ago I was troubled wHh pimples all
orar say face. Tha breaking out was un-
agnuy aod tha burning and
Itching caused m to scratch
which Irritated tbe pimp!.
i ney caused so to loss much
sleep far they Itched all Blank
long. They disfigured m while
they lasted. My face waa vary
l sera. Tb pimples than broke
out all over my body also. My
elofchee felt .mwimfiwhu
r "Ota day I heard aboM CaMoora Soap
and Ointment. I need two cakes of Cuticura
Boap and a boa of Cuticura Ointment, and
waa healed, aad aot a scar waa left."
(Signed) Carlyl C. Bryan. October 30, 'la.
Ia ta cars of baby's ski a aad hair. Outs
eura Boap is th mother's favorite. Its
gentle emollient properties ar usually
sufflctant to allay minor irntallons and
promote skla aad hair health generally.
Sample Each Free by Mall
With aa-p. akin Book on request. Ad
dress post-card '"Cuticura. Dept. T, Seo-
mui tarougaout ins world.
will prarent tha little ttlneaa of today
from becoming ' tha big aicknaaa of
tomorrow and af ter. For troubles of
the digestive organs you caa rely oa
la Usee, 10. 1U.
An Appeal to Wives
Tea know the terrible affliction that
Oomea to many homes from the reeult of
a drinking husband or son Tou know
of th money wealed on "Drink" that
ia BwedVd in the home to purvhas food
snd oiothlng. ORH1NK ha eav4 thou
sands of drinking mea. It la a hom
treatment and ran be given secretly.
i our money win u rerunoea ir. wrier a
1. It has Iald to benefit. Coal only
I a boa. Come tn end mwl m. frve
klet and lei us trll you of tne aood
OB KINK Is doing.
Bhern.aa A McT-onnell Drug Co., ltth
aad Ixxlge; Ow Drug Co.. lsik and liar-
EPISCOPALIANS IN SESSION
! Bishop Eercher and Others Plan for
Provisional Synod of Church
! Here in October.
E. 0. MATHIS0N TO KEARNEY
Bishop Oeorff Allen Beecher of Has
tings, bishop of ths diocese of western
Nebraska, Is In Omaha for a meeting of
th social service commission of the sixth
province of the Episcopal church, of
which commission he Is chairman
The oommlsaion is In session nt Hotel
Loyal for tha purpose of arranging a
program for a public meeting to be held
In connection with the next provincial
synod of the church In Omaha early In
October. At that time some of the most
noted social service speakers and workers
will be here, making the meeting an Im
portant on for Omaha.
Dioceses and missionary districts In
cluded In the sixth province, whose social
service commission Is now meeting hers.
sr those of Nebraska, western Nebraska.
Iowa. Minnesota. Duluth, North and
South Dakota. Montana. 'VVyomlng Colo,
rado and western Colorado.'
Dean James A. Tanoock of Trinity ca
thedral Is secretary of tha commission,
snd th other members ara: Rev. K. B.
Woodruff of Bt. Paul. Rev; .II. S. Oatley
of Missoula, Mont.; W C. Sturgcss of,
Colorado Springs, H. C. Theopold of Fari
bault. Minn., and A. D. Albert of Min
While here Bishop Beecher announced
that Rev. Kdward O. Mathlson. recent
rector of Chattuck Military academy, hss
been elected to the ssme position at Kear
t.ey Military aeademy Jor the year be
ginning Aepteniirar 1
Market Value of a
Chicago Bar License
Suffers Big Slump
CHICAGO. April 16. Evidence that the
market value of each of this city's
saloon licenses has suffered a severe
slump were seen today when Federal
Judge Landts undertook to dispose of th
eighty-nine licenses that came into his
possession with th bankruptcy of the
Tosettl Brewing company. A year ago
licenses brought from 2,S00 to $2,800.
Judge tndls today received ' only on
offer, and that for W.H, which he re
fused. Fear of successful anti-saloon legisla
tion Is the reason given, brewers, specu
lators and license brokers anticipating
further drr actlvltv. It wu mI1
' The law provides that no new licenses
may be Issued until the city Is nearly
double Its present slse.
Stoetzel Stove! Furnace
7th' Door South, of Castle Hotel. Take Car to 16th and
" "... " - " - .. .. ...
f i.i i ". ' '.
ment. We came from Cleveland here bo we know tho
Trenkamp concern. They have a good reputation in'
Cleveland-and I would not buy any but their stove if J
can get it " .. r
We have always claimed that people who know good stoves
buy of us because that U the kind we sell. People who know notli- ;
in(t about stoves never take chances when they buy of us. We have
aecured the Agency for lVtrolt Oil and. Vapor Stoves. , The oil ;
stores need no wick and the gasoline stoves are self generators.
Tliey are vastly superior to anything on the market for oil and gas
oline stoves. .
Its editori&ls and articles mould
the daily life of these farm homes.
Its advertising columns display
the goods they are buying heaviest
Mr. Manufacturer, Jobber and others, this very
effective means of establishing your goods in
this territory is offered at a reasonable cost
INVESTIGATE RIGHT AWAY.
TVHfTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Bm Building Omaha, Neb
COAL BIDS ARE LOWER
THAN FOR THE LAST YEAR
"tflght bids for coal ror supplying to is-,.,
las county's charitable Institutions have
been received and tabulated .by lh
county board. Trices averase lower Ihnn
last year, the bidders assert.
'Tiz" for Tired
and Sor Feet
"TIZ" for puf fed-up, burning. .
aching, callousod fc3t
Why go limping around with aching,
puf fed-up feet feet so tired, chafed, eor
snd swollen you csn hardly get your
shoes on or off? Why don't you get a IS
cent box of "TIZ" from tbe drug store
now and gladden your tortured feet?
"TIZ" makes your feet glow with com
fort; takes down swellings and draws
the . soreness and rnisery right out : of
feet that chafe, smart and burn. "TIZ''
Instantly stops ."psln In corns. Calloue
and bunions. "TIZ" is glorious for tired,
aching, sore feet. No more sho? tightness
no more foot torture.
If Interested in IUitly-to-nr
Garments for Women and Missed
Thtn Watch Friday Evening
l'npefs nnd Wlndovc s for My
Saturday SHtinI Offer.
Women's and Misses' Suits, vrortli to
Beautiful Sample Drpssc-t on sb'.-
at $5. SB, $7.65, (9.BS and $13.00
Skirts In two big lots, $9.00 and ea.es
New Spring Coats. $8.93. $7.99. $9.88
CLOAKS. SUITS & MILLINERY
oatfcsaat Corner 16th and Boaglas.
Last week Dr.
and Mrs. Schultz
came to our store
and bought a
Trenkanip O a s
they had bought
it Mrs. Schultz
Baid: 'We hVve
been looking all
over town for a
Tronkamp ii a s
Range and it
was by accident
that we saw
y o u r advertise
With 65,000 Nebraska
farmers and 35,000 in ad
joining states reading its
jfj? "My feel
rjPZifw' Jcast ak
Tke Missouri Valley's
greatest farm paper"
weilds a tremendous influence
in Omaha's Jobbing Territory.
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