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THE OMAHA. SUNDAY JUXE 13, 1015.
OIIAHA IS T. P. A.
IJECCA THIS WEEK
Special Cart and Special Trains
Start to Arrive Today Carrying
Delegates to Contention.
EXTENSIVE PBOOEAM CARDED
Today from all part of th rpubllo
traveling men will arrlv to attend th
twnty-lxth annual convention of the
Traveler' ProUctlv Association of
America, Bastions of vhlch will occupy
flva days thla week. beginning tomorrow
at a. m. with a big perad.
The dslnrate will arrlva singly. In
group, In apeclal cart and on special
tralna. The Texas and Maryland dele
gations, for Instance, will meet the Penn
sylvania and Virginia delegatlone at Kan
aa Cltr and come on by special train.
The Indiana and northern Itllnola dele
gations arrlva thla morning at 7 o'clock.
The national officer reach here In a
tpecial car at 015 o'clock thla morning.
Official headquarters are In th Fonte
nella hotel and tha bualneaa sessions will
be held In tha American theater. Dele
gate to tha number of 607 have a right
to tha convention floor. Other will ar
rlva, brlngtng tha number of visitors tn
Omaha for tha convention to about two.
Tha association ha H.ono member.
, having come to thla membership from
wily tt twenty-flva year ago. It hat
,pJd over 13,600, W In accident an1 death
(irirria te Be Marshal.
Jo Orlffln will be marshal of th pa
'rad tomorrow morn ng. Tha convention
will be ealld to order at 10 4 a. m. In
'th American theater by H. O. Hoel,
chairman of tha executive committee.
Th complete program for the day will
b a follow:
Welcome on Behalf of Post A-O. L.
t.m.!!.!. iimv A. A Brook.
w.tcoma to Nebraska Oovernor John
11. Marehead. ... ,
Welcome to Omaha Mayor Jama C.
Welcome, Te Traveling Men Congr
min T. O. lo beck.
Welcome Address I'nlted Btatea Fene
lor Gilbert M. Hitchcock.
Response National President V. J.
!: p. m. Huslnes session.
HI n m Memorial service.
t-M p. m. Home hotel, complimentary
luncheon to tha Bute President associa
tion. : P. m. Henshaw hotel, compliment
ary luncheon to the State Hecretarle
1:00 P. m.-AII visiting T. P. A.' will b
entertained b tha Knta-hta of Ak-Sar-
Hen at th Den, "The Kvent of tha
Willi th gentlemen ar In th court
of Klne-As-Har-Hen tha women will be
entertained at th Fontenell by th com
mute of local women who are arrang
Ing a delightful round ot pleasure for
th women guests.
Tha program for tha rest of th week
will ba as follow:
TUBSPAT. JUNE IS.
Morning businesa session.
After fiaon business session.
1:0 p. m. Visiting women will b guests
at tna umana Fieiu ciud.
1:3 p. nv lleoeptlon and danc for all
tclrratea and women alven by tha Hotel
Puntanell. Informal, th opportunity for
ill to get ncnusintea.
WEDNKSDAT, JUND 11
tlnrnlna hiiaineaa session.
U:J0 Noon Inspection of tha I ten Bis
cuit company's plant, followed by a com
plimentary luncheon to all visaing dele
gate and women.
Afternoon business session.
i.Dv p. m. llecepliun for visiting women
at Hi Carter Lak club. Music, aouatio
sports and refreshments. There will be
a hlKh dlvln contest, with entries from
all over the rountrv. .
!:( p. m. Reception to th visiting dele
gates and women by tha Omaha Com
mercial cnib at th club room.
TIU'USDAY. JUNK IT.
Morning business session.
10 at a. m. ViMttlnii women and del'
gates will be taken to Huuth Omaha,
where the Dackina houses will ba In
spected and a luncheun served by th
Union Block Yards company.
Afternoon Leavlns Kouth Omaha. tre
eal cars will take th women and dele
gate direct to Council Bluffs. Tb Party
will ba taken to th grounds ol tn
Council llhiffs How In g ansoclatlon and
V'ImK soft flume clnh on Uki Irianawa.
where Page Morrison, aecretary ot Post
B. low division, will serve on oi nis
famous catfish bakes. In the evening
tha visitors wilt ba meats ot th Council
Lilufls Bowlna; association
KKIUAY, JVNti it.
Morning bualneaa session.
Aftertifwin buntn.M session.
Cvntnc entertainment will be provided.
Th local esecutlv commltte. Post A,
Nebraska division, I mad up of th
chairman of tha various committee and
th aecretary. It la a follows:
Herbert O. Hoel, chairman: John Vf.
f.sniMe, chairman, way and means;
Ueorg W. lyong. chairman, entertain
ment; N. Wimley Brown, chairman, re
ception and hotel; O. I Wohlford, chair
man, publicity; George K. Heaerow,
. thalrman, program; frank H. llolbrook,
i haii man, transportation; Luclen I, t'arr,
Iowa Captures the
Grand Prizo at Fair
: ! SAN FRANCISCO. Jun U.-Iow was
I awarded today th grand prise for th
stats agricultural exhibit at th Panama
', I Pacific xpotUon and all but four of
' lis) Individual exhibitor of Iowa recalved
; j piiae or honorable mention for agricul-
! Individual exhibitor war awarded to
! medal of honor thirteen gold medal a,
Ighty-ar Uvr medals, 11 bronsa
' ! medal and twenty-four honorable men
'.. 1 tioos,
Nw Tor. City was awarded today
three grand p-lses for It municipal.
health and llustratlv photography x
) ! , bait and nine mdala of honor, tx gold
' pic dais, cm silvar modal, two brens
' , mods.1 and alx ho norm kl mention for
1 ; ther eablblU.
- HUnour aaoompletad list of awards
j shews two saedal of honor, twalv gold
trials, flttythr sliver medal and
lahty bvoxuks medals for agrtcultOTal ex
hibits and on salver, two brosta and on
bvnorabl BMdtloa for odtmatinnal dls-
C tatk Teaar - 7wwr.
ur. t-tilm Floa-TMUooey wtU atop
ywuy couga and streogtbas yvar lna,
irX a feotu aow. Only tao. All ru-
.rrscar Suaday. smmm U, No. it, 4a-
Vtl.1 treia U rocaaw vta tb CStsoagw
urth wester railway w(U laavw Oanaba
l'i;uft fciatljsi at T JB v as. taaxaad t
7 a. so.
Willtam OrVb aa4 famDr mt Ta4T ui.s.
. I., are vitiu (tlaJire. su-. o.Ta
:iJ h sun; year so-tar aa wm-t tw
Prominent Figures at
v'; 'j li'
FLAG DAY PROGRAM
BY ELKS OF OMAHA
To Hold Big Parade Down Town,
Followed by Ezeroisei at Han
icom Park ThU Afternoon.
DR. MACKAY TO 0ITICIATE
A very large crowd I expected to at
tend th special celebration of iIai day
by tha Omaha loflg cf Elk thla after
noon at 1:10 o'colck In UuiMom park.
Juna 14 la tha actual date of tlio anni
versary, but for convonlenc tho celebra
tion by th Rika will b tn Sunday.
Th Omaha drum corps will glv a'
concert In front of th Elk home, I13-M7
South JTIfteenth street, at t p. m. At I:W
p. m. th Omaha po.tofflo band will
glv a fltten-mlnut concert at tha am
place. At :4S p. m. th parade will form
with Major B. E. Sterrlcker. Nebraska
National Guard, officiating a marshal.
Th automobile section will b In charge
of Captain II. C. Stein. Nebraska Na
Tho participating In th parade will
b th Spanish War Veterans, th Naval
club of Omaha, four companle of th
Nebraska National Guard, th boy scout.
Plattsmouth, Council Bluff and Omaha
lodge of Elks, followed by th Grand
Army veterans, tha Women' Relief
Corps and other auxiliary organisation,
th Loyal Legion, all In automobile.
Governor John II, Morahead and hi per
sonal staff ar expected to participate In
th parade, aa win also th commlstlon
ra of Douglas county and th commis
sioner of th city of Omaha.
Cawarll Hlaffa to Take Part.
Tha Elk of Council Bluff ar irtmg
especially enthuslastlo aurport to thi '1
vbratlon and will attend -n larg n imber.
T parado will mov to Sixteenth and
Leavenworth street. Th street railway
company will hav extra cars there to
handlo th traffic Ma In uniform and
th band will march to the park.
Th exercise at th park will take
pise on th bandstand, whk-Ti ho been
enlarged so a to accommodate th in-1 dlvl,lon ot th temporary school fund
usually largo number of paopl who wllJ,mon th varlou counties of the stat
tak part. Th ritualistic exercise will I ""d w.rrant ar being forwarded. Th
be pajrtlrlDsterf In bv th nf Mwa f
Omaha, Council Bluffs and Plattsmouth
lodge of Elks. Th musical pait of th'0 correct error of prsvlous apportion
program will b fumhhel ly tho Oma1.amenu, leaving M6A.480.1S to be apportioned
Hoatofflc band and by th Omaha Elk 1 smong Sti,813 pupils entitled to char,
Male chorus, under th ltr.t on of Henry
Cox. Rov. T. J. llacka will offlclat a
chaplain of th lodge.
"Old Qlory- wilt be gynn by Edward
Lytic of Manchester, N. H., lodg No,
Th patiiotio address sIU be delivered
by United State Senator dllbert M.
School (klldrea lartted.
All of th public, parental and Sunday
achoo children of Omaha, South Omaha,
Dundee, Benson and Florenc have teen
lavlted to attend the exarcUea, and
several thousand flags hare been pro
vided by th E'k and will b distributed
among th children. F1gt hv al- txen
provided for the decoration of th auto
mobile that will take irt In th parade.
At th conclusion of th exsrcUes tb
rostorric band IU glv a fre concert
in in park.
Foot and Mouth HI
Attacks Many Persons
fTU, w. Vi, jun 11-A mtlady
similar to tha foot and mouth ills a
which nu arieotea aimoat a
or persooa and mora than fifty animal
In Taylor and Barbour counties, u at
tracting th atUntion of health offlosra
uarantlne4 loAy. Of .ldJ f the But
uoara oc ASrSoulUiral and vstertnarto
kav beam Vnabio to eUeck th dlaaas
known x-4eutlQcally a aaroopt acabUs
MAN HELD PRISONER
HARTtNTJTON. Neb Jon U Sp
atal.Couoty Judgw Bryant ba fust ra
crtvwd letter fraxa th Dvpartmtmt of
Rtat at W'aahlnaTtoa atatlsur tbat tha
lurllsb a-evenuoeet I uawtUlusT V aa
tnorts th raleas of lYetdrtoh Wl balm
Meir. a Oermaa anbieot, wb i ta iMlaoa
a th lal of ku. Mats Is a tmnum
riMHxt of Hartxnfto). Bm has kswa hald
prtsona ta England atno th wotaraaji
f tna rar. Pratstat aftwrU aav bwaa
snad By hi frtenas her to asvur hi
sxlaaa and ft was at first though.' rhsy
wald aa accaaafol. but this IsUar tross
tha Slat danartnant '--l-sT that thar
6 But bap la to prasiat csadi'Joa af
T, P, A, Convention
Tred Q3 s&lin 6
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Aa-a-rsarl Veoklao at BOHoUa'a.
Hay moot FrUt It Now Beacon Press
adlt Xffleleaey Th IS UU
dinner served at Schllts hotel.
Job arid Irspeet at least on of
our Ictiio lamp. Burgess-Qrandea Co.
Or. Jams W. OonnoUy, Dsn Us t, wish a
to announce th removal of his office
t 100-01 Brown block, ltth and Douglas
8ts. Formerly In City NaUonal bank.
"Today. Compute ttoru rroa-raaa'
classified section today, and appsar la
Th Pe EXCLUBIVELT. rind out what
th varlou morlng platur theater offer.
Dr. W. 9. wasrrr announce th
ratio of hi association with' Dr. F. 8.
Owen and th establishment of his tem
porary office at suit aog, Brandel thea
Miss olbroek Zrsoturoa famday MlM
Isabel Hoi brook will lecture at Thaoao
phlcal hall. 701 Be building-, Sunday
svenlng at I o'clock on th subject of
"Women and Masonry."
Socialist Card rarty Th Toung
reople'e Soclallat Isagus, reoently or
ganised,' will hold card party Friday
night at !: o'clock In th Lyric build
ing, room DOT, Nineteenth and Farnam
afor Oa of Try--Th health de".
partment report no abatement in th
orlt fever situation. Four nor cases
wr reported during th last twnty-four
hour. There ar five eases at the School
tor th Deaf.
Snail 7, ad kclsaln Milan OJdlnovlo,
U yeara old, disappeared from bis home.
1111 William street, last evening, and has
not been seem by his parents sine then,
HI father went from place to piac today
where h thought th boy might be, In
quiring tor him.
State School Money
Is Divided Among
(From a. Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. June 13. - (Special.) - Th
state superintendent has completed tho
1 fund for th (ami -annual period is 1470.-
! 837 - From this amount tt.U&M Is taken
which makes a per capita distribution of
Under th law for th last year school
districts which could support nln month
of school on 15 mills, or eight months on
a 10-mill levy, and did not comply with
this requirement of th law, war barred
from participating In tha distribution of
th state apportionment. Th ninety
three counties of th stat share aa fol
Adam . .. $
Cuming .... '
l.fct.iS Johnson ....$ 4 3M
1787 2i Kearney
trio .a; Keith l.ssi.M
4.l3iKeya Paha. 1.41 M
7M.2M Kimball ....
I.tst 4l Lancaster.
AIM6 J! Uncoln ....
.r.i HI Madlaon ...
,Kt 44, Mi-fhersoa.
7,2H4 66IMerrlrk ....
7.1M snj Morrill
l.Si7 Tli Nanc ......
6,141 Nemaha ...
11. 4 Nuckolls ...
1,61 4T Otoe
,! 44 Pawn ....
a,.i Perklna ....
W t4J 1' help
l.KM Mi PlatU
aTtDCll Hed Willow
6,042. m R chardson.
,(( Mi Kock
6,'.W 441 Saunders ..
4,li ta Srotu Bluff
I.4RS W Seward
4. ..& 8hertdan ...
.li4.i Bherman ...
LMT a Hioux
rr. u ta
, Mi Thayer t.tM
3 Thomas .... raVOS
tKO hi Thurston .. 4.0-JUM
1.KH.TM Valley .n.4
4.n Waabln-toa t.44L4
Is-rfc.) Warn 4.S1S.M
tJT' Webster ... t.ulO U
IvT.lI Wbeoler ... Lusasi
.OUU; Total I4SMM.U
AGREE TO ARBITRATE
STRIKE IN CHICAGO
CHICAOO, aa rv-Taloa aaivwtara.
vnoa strlk aa tied irp bulUln opera.
tton her (or a month, today sid tu
seuls tbeir dkffareaoa srna tha cen
tractur by arfchraXsoa.
aparunsat. rtats. aaosa and ootlas
aa fee rsotad ociUy aad chaaaaly try a
1- 7 )
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I J " 2
m f or &aaw
ECHOES HEARD AT iBTsideof
nnr nn mnnnnrm! The New Winona"
MLLUr lillj UiiiljL
I Lrjran. foi rnor eecretory of state, will
Coniolidation of Robin Hood andi'? pf'o-"t f "Th nw wncna," when
tliat asfmbly Is reorganised net Au
Florence Campi Of Woodman gtist. according to B. C. Dickey, the pres
of World Pro.pect.
M0DEEN WOODMAN CAMPAIGN
Babieska camp No. 75 will entertain It
members today at Ita hall. Twenty-
seventh and Martha atrceta, at i p. m. j
Prnmln.nl arak.r, will t nreaent and I
...u .. f i i.i i.
Commercial camp No. 478 i. arranging
for it. annual outing. It will In all prob
ability hold Ita picnic t Laka Manawa
during July. John Barnett, th lessee of
this resort, I a member of the camp
and ha promised all who attend a good
The entertainment given by Omaha-
Ravmoup rainn No 1 taat Frl.lav evenlna "
wa. a great .uccess. The character of 1
the entertainment wo. a surprise to all I
member, but those who made tha aacrl
f ice and came to th meeting were highly
There la some prospect of a consolida
tion of Robin Hood camp No. ' with
Florenc camp No. 8"5. Both of these
camp are prosperous and their consoli
dation would add strength to Woodcraft
Th committee selected by South
Omsha camp No. 211 to devise ways and
means for increasing Interest In th
camp ha reported. The plan adopted la
feasible and has alreidy demonstrated
th wisdom of the committee. Dan Lewis
and John Butler are members of tha
Oerman-American camp No. 104 will
Initiate a large class of applicant next
Tuesday evening at Its hall, 14G1 South
Thirteenth street. A drill team will be
present to assist In conferring the degree
and at th close of th Initiation refresh
ments will be served.
Order of Scottish Clans.
Clan Gordon No. C3 will hold a regular
meeting Tuesday. Special business.
A. O. V. W. Memorial.
Union Pacific lodge No. 17 will hold
memorial services In honor of dead
brothers Friday, June 11 Anan Raymond
will pronounce the eulogy.
Knlartits mwd Ladle of Security.
Loyal council, No. 2348, held It regular
meeting last Thursday evening Instead of
Monday a. heretofore. Business meeting
next Thursday evening, and on the suc
ceeding Thursday evening an open meet
ing' will be held, with dancing, refresh
ments, etc., for entertainment. Th finan
cier, secretary and Mrs. Carson are the
commit In charge.
Harmony council will glv a "komlcal
exouraton In kommerce" next Wednesday
evening, open to members of th order
only. Visiting members from out of town
cordially invited to attend. Election and
Installation of Mrs. Evelyn Binkly as
prelate and L. C. Allen a guard to fill
vacancies In Harmony council occurred,
last Wednesday vcnlng.
(. Fraternal Aid Dane.
Tha uniform rank of Banner lodge No.
11 will give a card party and danc on
Thursday avanlng. Jun 17, at Myrti
hall. Fifteenth and Douglas streets. Blx
Mondamin lodge No. Ill met last Tues
day evening- for drill practice, after
which refreshment were served. Mr.
Dennis won th attendance prise. Th
next meeting will be held Tuesday eve
ning at Nineteenth and Farnam streets.'
Modern Woodmen. Cam pal a.
Th present campaign of 'the Modern
Woodmen of America camp tn this dls
trlot for a larg Increase of membership
ha been meeting with great success.
Beach camp a few weeks ago took in
something- Ilk forty new member;
Omaha camp No. 120 on last Wednesday
evening took In som thirty members, with
more to be Initiated next Wednesday.
Last Thursday venlng South Omaha
camp No. 1096 took In twenty new mem
bers, with some ten or fifteen to be taken
In next Thursday evening. Th Initiatory
work at all these meeting waa Vut on
by th degree team of Omaha camp No.
On Tuesday evening' Magnolia camp
No. 1&3X, will hold one of tha aeries of
th member-getting entertainment at
iDr'uld hall, t414-18 Ames avenue, at which
time th moving picture of th Toledo
Head camp will be given, together with
th motion picture of th sanitarium at
Colorado Springs, to which th society
sand and treats Its member, for th cur
ot tuberculosis. ' Th stellar attraction
of th evening- will bo tho drill of
th team of Omaha cam? No. 12 which
I. th champion teem of the ordor.
Says Work Useless
PLYMOUTH, England. Jun It -Captain
Smith of th British schooner Ex
press has arrived here and report, that
hi. vessel wss sunk by th German sub
marine U-X. Captain 6mlth says on of
the officer of th submarine told him
that ha disapproved of aubmarln attacka
en merchantmen but that unless tha
submarine eomnuuuUr carried out thtlr
order they would be shot. Th officer
added, according to Captain Smith, that
submarine warfare auch as the Germans
were engaged In wss useless to them.
"Why." Captain Smith aays th Ger
man officer asked him, "do not th big
hip com out and fight V
Da.$waF Bails ,
This lastltnUon Is the oaiy a a
la th central west with acparat
building situated la Ualr ova
ample grouatU. yet entirely Ua
ilu.t. and rendariag It poaaibl to
classify cases. Tb on build lag
balsg fitted for and devoted to ta
traaunaat of aoa-caatagloua and
aoo-mental dlseaaes, no ethers se
lag admitted; the other Rest Cot
tag easing designed tor and 4
ioid U) the exvlusl treatmast
el select ntaatal eases requlrtag
for a UiB vatcafui car aiid spe
WAHSAW. Ind.. Juno 13. William J.
ent manager of the assembly, which I
now tinder the control of a trusle.
"Mr. liryan has virtually accepted tha
position." snld Mr. Plckcy, "all that h
aska Is a New Winona, free from debt."
Tho "ernblv a debt, are about tSOO.000
ni th8 Property ha been appraised at
". Chautauqua meeting, and Blbl.
"" - 7 n assniDi,
are held by
controlled by th Presbyterian
Church. Mr. Bryan has been prominent
In th work of th organisation for a
number of years.
Villa Ready to Quit
Mexico if Foe Will
"A'v ANTOXIO, Tx.. June 1Z -General
1 ,K1K tnrougn BIS consulate
her' reaffirmed today his offer of .
cr "lonth Mexico, If Gen
erai varranxa wouia do likewise, in an
effort to bring peao to hi country. The
consulate made public th following dis
patch under an Agua Callente date:
"I am In a disposition to resign and
go out of Mexico If Carrarua will do th
same thing. This may bring- peace to
my disgraced country.
"Francisco VUla, chief commander of
Carransa adherent her said Villa's
offer had no likelihood of acceptance by
the "first chief at this time.
Two Alleged Villa
Spies Put to Death
DOUGLAS, Arts., Jun IX' Two alleged
Villa spies, member of th Carransa
garrison In Agua Prleta, wer executed
late yesterday-, It was learned today.
Residents of th town ay serveral more
men from the garrison wer executed
earlier In th week.
Six women, whom the Carransa officer
sav hav been furnishing Information to
llla agents In Douglas, hav been Im
EL PABO, Tex., Jun II. Fourteen ma
chine gun. and 600 rifles war located
here today In a warehouse owned by S.
C. Soxaya and placed under surveillance
by army authorities.
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John Paul Breen
Says Omaha Needs
New Charter Now
"It appear that tn the minds of cer
tain pnbllo officials In Omaha, the need
of a horn rule charter Is always Im
perative when they ar speaking from
the rear of an automobile Just before
election, and then cease to be Imperative
immediately after they are re-elected to
office." said John Paul Breen. In a talk
on tha need of a new charter for Omaha,
befor the Noonday club at th Commer
cial club rooms FrMsy.
"I confess I wss somewhat amaaed to
hear John Rlne, city attorney, say thero
was no need of a horn rule charter at
thla time," continued Mr. Breen. "And
titer are other wHo ar holding- to the
same doctrine now, who, befor the elec
tion, had much to say as to the urgent
necessity of taking advantage of the
constitutional right of home rule for
Ha declared that the first thing Greater
Omaha must do now. If It I going- to
draft a new charter, la to determine
one for all whether It wants to con
tinue under the commission form of
government or whether It wants to go
back to th councilmanlc system of rep
resentation. Culls from the Wire
Afflictions of bolls are handicapping
the Columbia 'Varsity crews, training for
th Poughkeepsle race. Three men in
the boat ar now affected.
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trunk. Absolutely tho most perfect trunk made,
We have a few sample Wardrobe Trunks on which
we are making very sharp reductions.
FRELING & STEINLE
1017 IS THE TIME
PifiDO or PLflVEB PllflU
IF YOU 17 IS 11 TO SAVE HONEY
Every foot of spare in oar flvevstorr building la taken tip with
piano retarned from rent, from schools, conserratoriea, hotels) and
private families leaving tho city for tho summer months.
These Instruments bare all been thoroughly overhauled in oar
factory and, in many instances, could hardly be distinsalshed from
new. To close them oat quickly, we have decided to cot the prioea in
a way that has never been seen before.
UST IF YOU AKE LOOK IX Q FOR A
$800 Wheelock I'lanola Piano
$3O0 Majestic Electric Piano .
$530 Reglna SubUma Klectrio
NOTICE OCR GREAT BARGAINS IN I'SED ITRIGHTS AND GRANDS
, a okl
$300 Kimball Upright
. . . . . . .135
$330 Ivnabe Lpright ,
$325 Everett Upright . . . .
atawk v a. trhi.vi
payments to suit your convenience.
store rloses at 5 p. m.
Printing- with u and receive free
tor same, a complete report, giving
r- . iiiiTii 'ii 1 1 11 d ht "u -su uwa-i
Branrh ao South 15iv hi.
This Is tb
fill devlc fos
th home trestment of Rectal end
Oirilc Rowel IXsorders. It srl
entlflcally cembtn medlcstloa
with fMlstlon, autoniotlcslly ut
nlvln a bl'n Ointment rllrect
Iv to th affected parts, rellevln
Inflammatory condition snd
retlv and naturally restore th
enh'neter muso'es to their nrl--Jnsl
flexible, healtbv stat. This
method corrects faulty clrcila
tlnn snt Imnalred nerv act'on.
Gives Immediate relief and quirk.
rrmpnt results. Poea away
with the necessity for cathartic
flrur. In short, remove, tn
csvsa nf many cnronlc ailment
r-sHh'1 fully In otir fifty-".
IHiialrsted book'et, which wfT1 b
riven free to any one on applica
tion. Pr. Tcvaer will be at tmr Pofl:
end lh Ht Store for ema weak,
.Tune 1 tn ,T" Tf "rr-iri
f-om Pile". ConnMratlnn. Indite.
t)ni r otriar chro-'o el'nwnt eon
stiU Mm about faneni r-eer-
las, Antomatlc-Varllcatln'r rfiatr
tbat nnTii the rapsa of dlaeae
and cloaa awav wlh th feceeeltv
for tsVtnr cathartic and many
Shermn U McConnell
W IJk Bepsir yob.
1803 wamifaM HT.
TO PURCHASE A
Pianola Piano. . ........
t mm , aata t
. a m
A Sons Grand
1311-18 Farnam Streets Ozoaha.
Satnrday, 0 p. tn.
j TWENTIETH I
I FARMER I
i For the Musouri I
. 110,000 Copies Weekly
(The manufacturer, job- I
ber or dealer who it en-
deavoring to sell goodi to I
tne farmer trade of the I
MisBouri Valley will find
his sales will come easier I
and in greater volume I
when his advertising copy
is appearintr retrularlv In I
Here is the reason
Farmer coven Oma
ha's trade territory
more thoroughly than
any other ajplcxil.
It not only reaches the
(farm homes, but it carries
a vital weekly message
I that has become aa neces-'
isary a part of the regular
routine of these homes as
j 1 . a
any ouier one uiing.
5ajaee Ceejr essaf
atast est it..
j Twentieth Calory Ftrar
I Bee Bid. Omaha, Sen.
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