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BRIEF CITY NEWS
stave aVoet Prta It Nw itearen Prese
blg-fcUaT Tlstaree Purgeee-Grandon,
" oor 3mtu rmwn
elassnnea erctlert todsr. and appears In
Th Bn EXCI.l SIVfcLT. Fin4 out what
th various morlnir picture theaters offer.
art' Firs. I" LIT Insurance
w. H. Indn. general agent Hut
Mutual I4f Assurance Co. of Woreee.
tor. Mass., an of the Oldest, Tl yesis,
and brt rompnls on- esrth.
yinea Twenty-Flve J. T. Colin of ft.
lunula, whll piloting an InlnxicAtcd ;
tloinan Into a dark and lonely part of the
cltr. M apprehended by a policeman i
and rrlnfl in polke tourt. where he i
wag fined g and rout. j
IMd Eat Apple Roe mrianii, aged
'2 montha, daughter of Jtncco 8irle.no, l I
deed M the result of a severe stteck of
stomach trouble. It was erroheoiialy f.
ported that the tot had eaten n simlled
apple, but such was not the case.
carpenter U Sort Charles Kast, car-
' ' " ' niiinii mrun -TM em n
street, sustained an Injured spine wlion
n board fell from a building1 on Which
he was wnrkin at Fifteenth ....i t.
eon streets and .truck him on the back. Tll .h.'V " T the
He was taken to the lord Meter hospital. ?' M.cntlh themselves to b col
wtA wy.4, a. . ISctOin for the Nehfsh Prr federation
n mai nersnotis pantlitie Known t,rt-rt In to tha u
as "(hoot lor rrn
were transported lo ;
tha elttr reM KMrf iu. I
m ..v... IIIC Clll IHWI'IP
at Thirteenth and Durtje streets. All
ware released on bonli and three re
turned to court to receive surpended en
tences. Homes and Autos
Robbed While They
Several homes were robbed while the
families Wet down town at the 'Hilly"
Suhda meeting In the tabernecle. Hslf
a dosen persons who went Inslds tho
tabemaole fcnd left their autos in the
street earns out to find that thieves had
stolen tktra, ttrea, accessories and lit
several cases th fnsehllies.
Half S dusen reports of the actlvltiee
of pl'kpockets and "trtoll-ttussera'' hsva
Here era the namea of those who left
their aUtos and afterwards asked the
police to find them: Joltn U Barber.
Keans; Charles Stldhaih. h'M Mhkneyi
Mrs. W. J. DfLilejr, r.l Bi Clarencto
Johnson, Essex, Is., and Kenneth Heed,
Rev. M. R. Weaver of the Church of
the Brethren told tha police that While
he wa at the tabernacle burglar Ph
tered his home and sot $10 and a watch.
N. A. Wetseh, Kasle River, Wis., wss
swindled out of $410; Ada Apperson, E63
Pouth Twenty-sltH, told th police that
her handbag had been rifled Of n, and
1. O. bdmonde of SKI Franklin lost a
revolver to burglars while he Was at the
Mail Carriers at
Scottish Rite Homo
More than 700 visitors were entertained
at tha Scottish IUte temple at TWen".
tieth shd Douglas, last evening, at the
reception given the National Aswicintlolt
of letter Carriers. The doors Ot th W
temple wer opened st 7 o'fldoki sn4 the
visitors wer rfccelVetl by F. C. ration,
John DlsbiflW, 12. Jr.' Bewles tid John
H. Grossman. ' . -
looter the beautiful auditorium on the
S't-ond floor of the temple woi lhrovrl
open to the guests and the visiting baud
from Cleveland entertained them with
concert, which was preceded by an ad
dress of welcome by Sovereign Com
mander W1 A. Fraser of thi Wondiheh i
the World. A response to the welcome
was rtikda by President Oainor of the
letter eafrtel blganlzatloh. Holos WSt
sung by Miss ftttidvant. Miss taly illg
gins. itlsa tlrat-a Pooic and Charles
A dHll was glvMl by eighteen Women
of th local ladles' auxiliary of the Na
tions! Atcltlort bf t.elter Carriers un
der th leadSrsHlfi of Mrs. Pherwddd.
After tht entertainment a dsnce ws
held In tHs ball reorrt nrt ths first floor
of the building.
Slayor of Pegoud
Brings Him Wreath
BBLFORT. France. Sept. S.-A Oerrnstt
aerbnlsne, flying st ttrest height, sp
pcsrrd last evening over ChsvattneS, sn
Alsstlon village bn tha told frontier. The
aviator dropped a wreath .Which bole th
Inscription: "To Pegoud. Who died like A
hero, from his sdversaty."
The French aviator. Pegoud, whllS ;
making a reconnalsssnee recently near
Petite Croix, was killed by s UerrtlSfl I
viator whom he had attacked.
PROMOTIONS OF CADET!
ANNOUNCED BY OFFICER
Th following changes Snd faromoliohl
in the high school cadet regiment hSv
betn announced by the commsndsnt. Ma
Captain and quartermaster. Harold
Captain and commissary, Howard Dotift-
"captaln and erdnancS bfftrer, Harold
Captain, Compsoy A, Harlln cattln.
Captain. Company F, llnhert Ptrchlow.
Captain, Company U, Colin Hodge .
Second lieutenant. Company F, Charles
Sergeant major, First bsttslion, Dwlght
Tha first drill of the rer will be held
ort Thursdsy snd the regiment drill every
Monday and Thursday.
FIFTY DEMOCRATS AT
DEMO EDITORS' FEAST
fFrom a Staff Correunndent.)
LrNOOLN. Belt. I (pep's! Telegram .1
About fifty democrat attended th
bSbquet of the Nebraska democratic ed
itor at the Undell hotel today. Presi
dent Tanner of the S'.uth Omaha Uemo
crat, presided, fepeeche were mad by
Congressmen Stephens at-d lbeck Ir.
P. U Hull, Governor Motehead and ex
fongresmsn Fowler of Illinois, who was
in th city.
Newspaper Mas fkeensntaeaa It;
It R. Went worth of the Ht. same,
tMo.), News, writes: "Two months sgo
1 took sesr eold which settled in my
lung and 1 had such pain in my luhg
I feared pneumonia. 1 got! bottle of
Faiey Honey and Tar snd It strstfht
Coed me up Immediately. ran rerem
luend It to be s genuine cough and lung
medicine." Many tnnthera write thia
sellable medicine cured their children of
roup. Hay fever ar.d asthma Sufferers
eay It give Sjulck relief. Hold every,
DRYS FLING HOT
WORDS AT MEETING
Chargr. of Irrefularitj in Handling
Fundi Made in Nebmkt Dry
OLD FROHIBS NOT KKW DEYS
r hargos of Juggling of funds and
the tie of the word "lir" nllvenad
h session of the commute of 100 ot
tfe Nebraska Dry federation at lt
meeting at tha Young Mtn'i Chrla
tinn association Tuesday. A bealed
t'ebat was precipitated when Fran
Harrison of Lincoln made charge
against others concerning tha col-
Urtlon and handling of funds.
the close a prayer fof the success of
t?! "dry'' tn 1916 was, offered
tmring the debate Mr. Itarrison
asserted thst certain collectors of
"aerten bl certain collectors of the
t WSS decided to re..,miroH.1 i it,-
stsU cohvenlloh thai the form of lnllln-
live petition now being circulated
continued liitcnd of adopting the Iour
ISS county form, which presrrlbes a
l?nslt for violation.
To I'oll Ptate.
rP'ror commutes on organise-
tlon which was adopted recommends that
three rolls tf Nebraska he taken before
eieeuon nay. This commute was com-
posert of J. I), m. Huchner. Aurora: Mrs.
M. M. Chaflln. I nlverslly t'lsoel W. A.
Selleck, tdncoln: mils F.. Good. Peru;
W. 11. 1'ntrlck, Omaha; H. F. Carson,
lilhooln, and A. 0 Wolfetibargcr.
Judtre Psmucl Liavldson of TeeuniSeh
was elected chairman; W. A. flelleck,
Lincoln, treasurer, and .Mrs. Chaflln of
I'niverslty Place snd Lr. Williams. Ulslr,
Thorsen Lays Claim
To Championship of
World for Hussane
Before leaving Isst night for Des
Moines, Oscar Thorsen, manager of You
slff tlusssne, mads an open declaration
t laimln the wrestling tihampionship of
the world for the Turk on the grounds
that Joe Medher would not meet him.
ThbrsM OCi'lafed that flh fdur different
bccasiohS h had Com to Omaha fof th
express purpose: of meeting JtetmnnSk to
make plans for a match between the pair,
but that Hetmanek had failed to show up.
Thorsen asserted that be believed
suec'ir-r was afraid of HussSne and that
frtr that res Soh ttetntaitSk Was reluctant
to make, a match.
Thus bn the grounds that Hetmknek
will not make a match, Thorsen claims
the world's championship for his protoge.
Just before departing. Oscar said thst If
j Hetmsnek wanted to match Stecher with
the Turk h could always find him In
! ties Moines.
Body of Boston
Man is Recovered
Off Isle of Jersey
lJNDON. t-ept. 8.-The body of a man
found floating off the isle, of Jersey had
been Identified as R. U Martin flf Buston,
Mnrtin was foreman of hoSllcfS oh board
tile niltlsh Steamer Angld-Callfornlan,
Which was shelled July t by a Germs rt
siiluhaHhe Whale on Hi Wky from Mon
tresl td QtieefistoWn.
the Aimlrt-CallforiilHh Was overhauled
by a (lennan suhmarina . July 4, while
rarrylhrf a t argd of horses td Orest Briu
sin. When It refused to heave td at the
command of the suiimsrlhe the under
water boat Shelled It, killing eight Inert
of its crew, including Captain Parsinw,
whd WaS shot dowrl st the Wheel, and
two Americans, Martin and a man be
lieved to be John Mahohey of New York.
Sunday Makes Quick
Change to Go to a
Reception at Loyal
A reception WaS tendered the ministers
and their wive in the grill room of tha
lyitai hotel immediately following the
afternoon taberuheie meeting yesterday.
"Killy" did a "lightning change'' from
his sweat-soaked suit Ihtri a Pslm Beach
lotilflt and abpeared, looking cool and
I comfortable in the receiving line. Rev.
A. C. DnngtarS Stood at the Mad of the
line, with Mr; Pundsy nest. Then cam
Mr. BuhdSy and the rest of the parly.
There wss a punch bowl, but it con
tained nothing stronger than iiransesde.
Police Find Missing
Relative in Jig Time
An appeal to th police of the Sdtith
Md td flhd t riilesing brother to coma to
the bedside of n dying father, made by
U Mitchell of Cleveland, O., did not prove
vain. Mitchell's Mt-r. asking that ef
forts be made to loate II. C. Mitchell,
bis brother, last heard of as Working for
the Omaha street car cdmpHhy, was re
ceived yesterday. A few hours later
! Motoreycie Officer Rett Hlktt. detailed
on the ease, found the lost man living at
Twenty-fourth and Vinton streets. The
IStter Mitchell IS on hie way esst.
Turk Transport with
Hugo Guns is Sunk
iJNttON. Sept. .-An Athens dispatch
co th Exclia ge Telegraph eompShy
Says that a British submarine operating
In ths Re ef Mat mora, haa sunk a Turk-
!uh trMnp0ri whlch was carrying twen-
tv-elght centimetre guns from Constanti
nople to (Islllpoll
Man Born in U( S. on
The Liner Hesperian
IiOhiDON. "ept. I. The A merit an con
sul at Quefntdown, according to thd
Lieily Mali, bss received information that
4 man named Wolff, aged tl, and borit la
New Jersey, was lost in the sinking of
Aptrtmenis. fiats, houses and cottages
can b rented quickly and cheaply kg a
fie ' For Real."
AFFAIRS ATJOUTH OMAHA
Kifh School Opens with Matt Meet
ing, Addrtii by Principal
STUDENTS GIVE A PROGRAM
south Hlnh school opened yesterday
mornlne- at ! o'clock With a student and
faculty mass hieetlnt. Principal R W.
Moore presided, maklns a few Intro
ductory remarks explaining new rules of
the Omaha tioard of FMucstlnn. A short
Students' prorram was given. Forest
lnnis sang a solo and Xiis Louise Wat
klns ssv a reading.
Five new courses of study will be In
troduced this ear St the: hlKh. school.
The return of the former heart of the
tnatheinntlce department, K. c. Klnley,
Who Ins been traveling In the Philippines
and elsewhere In the Orient, bns er-
milled lh formation of a rhtss In fisn-
Ifch If ehutigh Students register.
Miss JitllMte Urlffen and Mies Kathrine
I txtwry, tho former a graduate of Central
i High school, and the Intter a griiduste Of
jltouth tunoha High school, will take tho
places of Misses lloren, Nelson and Red
i liar, win resigned from the fseulty diii.
lug the Isst school year to bo married.
They will tench HniiHeh and history,
Courses in art, music, gymnasium and
nrlnllng will be offered to the students.
bei.tri-a j ,iriA.nr U'ltl Krfta ,.ttetA t? tha
first, and Miss flckman. supervisor of
music, the second. The hew Tooter print
ing press and outfit Will permit a depart
ment In printing. Prof. It. II. .lohnson.
t-ho Is something of a rrlnter. Will have
criar)fe tt this derartment.
P(.,ool opens for regular work this)
wnt-i.in. ee .tihnUs.eil vlee.
day forenoon after students had been as
signed to their respective rooms.
Probe Jssil Kllllna Case.
Police are working to clear up the
mystery at the killing of John Jands, 1"i
Btiuth Eighteenth it reel. Feuth Hide, who I
was mysteriously shot to death whllo
Mclng grapes In tha vicinity of Child's I
Point nn a wended hillside some time
Hundsy evening. .
Th ground near Where the body was
found Is also clean of any scrimmage.
Whoever did the shooting came ub sud-
denly from the rear.
An inquest in the case will 1 held this
afternoon at 1 o'olock at Pa pillion. County
Coroner Arbl Armstrong of Sarpy county
will preside and Wltnessea In the hunt
for th alleged murderer will testify
along with those who found the tody of
Janda thirty hdurs after the alleged
murder had been Committed.
According td Sheriff flutter of S&rpy
county, who haa charga bf the case, the
Only evidence nifSetly Indicating the st
leged murderer la the word of two graue
hunters who say they saw a young man
about II years of as", running across a
vscant plot near tha scene bf the mur
der sometime about the period that the
shooting occurred. An accurate descrip
tion could not ha given, however. The
tracks of ths supposed rnan carrying th
sholgurt lead td th river hahk after a
lorg clrcuitdus fohte. but here become in
visible, dtta, it 1 thought. Hi the heavy
fain of Monday night.
Fire at tartan'.
ror tha third tima in two wssks fire
broke out at tha cuaahy Packing cam
pahy yesterday morning. A mis of ions
wrapping papers, od tha third floor of
the told stdrsga department, well th the
center of tha plant, caught fir.
Carroll tnaneai Today.
Inquest Into the death bf John Car
roll, hog butcher, who met his death from
knife WoUndl at the hands Of a comrade
end roommate-, Pst Dwyer. Labor dsy
sftemoon, In a fight kt Twenty-seVcnth
ahd q streets, will be held this morning
st the undertaking parlors ef Deputy Cor
oner BarnSfd Larkln. With dbrduer Willis
Croty presiding. Police were btiSy yee
tehlay mbrnlng knd efterHboil ttb
poehlng several witnesses to the fatal
fight of tha two friends.
After the Innuest the body will probably
be sent tn Chicago for burial. Carroll
hsd a brother ahd A lister living: in chi
cago. Demented Man Sent Heme.
After selling his herd or stock on It tea
400-acre farm hear Rustis. John Miner, a
demented msn picked up by the police
last week bh the Streets in the lower part
ot the city and later released, was re'
turned safely to his farm through the
agency of la Ideal police. A news ltetit
trt One of the Omaha papata regarding the
arrest of Miller led to Investigation by an
aunt. Mrs. Htbbelson, it Carroll, Neb.,
Which was followed with the arrest ahd
Straight, Lank Hair
No Longer Ntttttary
tOulde to ilemitr.)
A rlmple and harmless fluid, hitherto
little used for the purpose, ha prototi
so wonderfully effective In quickly t'jrn
ing etrslahl hair beautifully wavy. It
bids fair In become ' all the. rate." 1 u i
may be surprised to learn that thla pro
f lit t is r.olhins more tlimi I'lulii Ihtuld
sllmr rlrt". More surprised, still, when
Vim see how prettily It drlea In the most '
natural-looking curlS, swirls end crinkles
you on'ilij wish for. It makes a fllin
dirssliig fur the hair, too, keeping It so i
soft and lustrous. . . '
A few ounce of liquid sllmerlne, which '
enn of courso bo found In ahy flrugstnt.
will keep tile hair eUrly for weeks. It 1
nelti-er Micky nor greasy,' but quite pleas
ant to use. It should te applied at night
with a clean tooth, brush a ierfect hr
lovely Wave and curllnesa will be in evi
dence In the morning Rest of all, out'
who aeiitlre tit silmerlne lablt need
never ngaitt resin t to the barbarous cutl-
ink Iron. Advertisement.
foomindt of mfs gad Wotnek siid.r frosj
besiiaetx-s rrrry d.r, other thoussuds hsv
besdsches every Week of ever, month, andsilu
I will rtnib.e It. i
I sertnsiinut cure. All b can do la io preserib
liiMuuslpilr relievers, wlili k gits teniporsrt I
lief, but ths besdsrhS retum If uu
nit ths hurls, h return If ususl, Snd
ni Is sgslu uecei.ssrt. It lonsudrr
beadsehes, nn tnstter what their esiura, Iskt
intl-kainnis Tshleis. snd tht rtstilt will besalis.
liM-iory in me aigtoai oef res. Ion eo entsis
i"?m s. b'i QmifMH id any qnsnuir, toe wpna,
i worm or mors, ass tor A H i iiiet.
filck-beadaCbS, th tnntt ttitaerahis ol sll slrk
kewe. Ic.es IIS tsrtors when A H Tal.lrui irt
lakeo. When toil Irel an sttack eonutig on,
lake two lahleta, and In niasy cori. the attei S
in De warded on. jiuring so stt'K take on
K Tablet ever 10 hours. 1 .i rrxt Slid nit
rt which lollow, csa l obtameil la ae oibel
Cmsbm A-K rat its itmt rad m i
Braun. A mil rfrBSSUM.
euiers bar hesdaehes necasionaily, but not
feyuisr lnterrtis. Tjtc oel lXirUir lunlirn aiialls
d Hud the tso.e of hiSH til UiesS heats. he,
and o most other snowing the rum, ot
Sh- sot Snow wbSI will rtnib.e II so l tn sirs ,
Full particular free about tha plan
IOWA HAT FKVER CLl'B
Home treatment or northern re
Address (Jeorge Clark. Registrar.
tvB First National Haak bldg.
rt zxMig. ik.
Identification Of him by chauffeur Joe
Itsushmsn. He will be taken to s sanl
tsntim. Flalak) SerteJ Tn1a.
The thinyflfth and concluding episode
of the famous ' Espial! of Rlaine," Tit
l;e'a Sunday serial story that has been
running -eekly during the greater part
Of a year pest, will be shown at the
Jtesse thesier house this afternoon and
evening. Manager Oeorge Atkins, In an
nouncing the final presentment, ssys that
no other serial hss held tho Interest or
the attendance of his patrons sa the
"Klaine" chspters have.
red let tat Carroll Case.
That John P. Carroll met death aa a
result of wound Inflicted by Pst Pwyer
at Twenty-seventh and Q street. Botith
niile, Monday afternoon at 6:30 o'clock,
was the verdict of a coroner's Jury at tha
Inquest of Coroner Willi Crosby held In
the ljirkln chapel this morning St I
o'clock. The Jury recommended that
the rase be continued to th district
Magle t Mr ftoasls).
Office sr-ae for rent In lee offK-e, MID
rerms reasonable. Well known
Tel. wuth i'.
Thldoiltol of Whadt, ll
Is Msiilna at
niune 01 ner daughter.
rs. W. H. Withers, 4 K slrest, South
Hldi, this Week.
Noonday lunch will be served hv th
women of the Centrel Interdenomlna
llonnl church on Thursday at II o'clock
In the old Voting Men's llritlan asso
ciation building. Twenty-third and M
Tiie West Hlds Athlstio club will glv
s dune st Flushing' hall, Twenty-fourth
ami J streets, this evening at I o'clock.
The jnibllc Is Invited.
Oak council No. 1W, Knighta and
W. E, Foshier, He Says:
"When you see this Car the Enger Twin Six you'll
say as I do, that it's the most wonderful value ever
presented by an automobile manufacturer."
"You know what a great machine the Enger Six was.
Now, I can safely say that the new Enger Twin Six
is twice the value, tho the price is only $1,095."
Agents Get My
12th and Farnam
sT r ' 'V V: X'ssW j i sjsi i isi ,w,v- w-.vW.. ) -.W-: i-- .Uj.iry- wi
' I"trj . iL L -is- , 1
' W ' Jr Z JJaf tt T W NstttleH0tW
New Telephone Inventions
Iidle of Permit) , e 111 gle a water
Melon soelsl snd dsnce st the MeCrenn
hall. Twenty, fourth and O streets, t-sl-uertsy
svenlii. Heptemher K.
Three speeders wsi arrested by Motor
evele Offl.er Bert Hlstt Hundsv and
tboe dsy Thev are, Willlsm iirown,
? Cuming Street: Richard Peterson,
4:U Csm street, nd Howard Umlth. 2iti
little lee than was taken In at
police CMirt yesterday by rollee Judge
Reed. Three keepers of disorderly
hollars, srrested by Detective tillen Slid
Allen wss fined I and costs each.
We can Install an oil burner In your
heating plant. Call us. Robert Parks
Heating and Plumbing Co. 4 N 24th
R. Tel. So., tl.
William J. Creasey, 1-year-old son of
Mr and Mrs. J. C. Pressey, SI30 South
r'.lghltcnth street, North Omsha. died st
the residence of the pereni yeeienlsy
sftemoon at 4 clock. Th funeral
Will be held from the residence tn tl
Oracelaml psrk. cemetery. The Her. lr.
Herri k of imaha will officiate.
Prudence M, Wslker, aged W years.
Wlfs of A. U Walker. nuth tde, died
at th south td hospital yesterday
morning st I o'clock after a short illness,
ahe had been making her home with her
rather, cunt Morgan, living St ltu iorm
Twenty-third street, while her huwhand
Okia. Tha runerai win
be held tomorrow afternoon at the First
Presbyterian church, South Hide, the
llev, llobert t Wheeler, imetor of th
chitrv'h, officiating. Interment will be
mad at a Inoel cemetery.
STATE FAIR ATTENDANCE
EXCEEDS THAT YEAR A00
Kmm a lilaff Correspondent.)
I.INCOI.N. Hept. .-peclal Telsgram.l
Twsnty-fonr thousand sis hundred and
eight neopla attended the Dial fair ysstsr
dsy, as aaslnst II.T3 en Tuesday of last
year. Twelve hundred automobiles alatf
passed through th gates.
Foshier Enger Costipany
Oofiitantly the Bell Telephont SjrtUm pends large mtni of
m6ny In tdinUflrj, xperinentAl and research work, puriumt
to tha policy of alwayi provldicc the best.
In the working oat of complei icientlflc and engineering
problemi alone, the Bell System has a staff of more than BOO
f-killa'd engineers, the graduates Of Seventy American and foreign
The Bell polloy has always been, "efficient lerrioe first."
Hundreds of Improvements In switohboards, cables, and
long distance lines have been made the last few years to better
the Service, and all has been done so quietly and without dis
turbance to telephone users, that the public has hardly realized
they wire going on.
Since work began on the Panama Canal, the Bell Telephone
System has spent twice al much money on extensions and im
provements as it cost the government to buy the right-of-way
and build the canal
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE C0I.UW
Oscar Spencer Rushes Into Burn
in re Bnildirif and CarTiei Uncon
scious Inmates to Safety.
HUSTLES THEM OUT INTO RAIN
II. Roecnlmitm and the members ot
his family probably own their Uvea
(o the quick action of a neighbor,
Oscar frponcor, who, when he saw
their home on fire, rushed Into the
turning building, which had been
struck by lightning, and carried them
Into tha rain and to safety.
At t 45 j-esterdey morning win n the
heavy rain and electrical stnrm-wsa paae.
Ing over th city, th home of It. Rosen
baum, Mil Martha street, wa struck by
lightning and set on fire, Mr. Itoaen
baum, his wlfs snd three children were
stunned and had to 1st removed from the
At th llonenhftiim home the lightning
struck the chimney, followed It down snd
scattered through the whole of th second
story of th building, starting fires In
two or three places.
Ths report of th thunder, following
tha lightning, awakened Oscar fcpenocr
living nest door to th Rosenhsum homo,
A few minutes later h noticed a bright
Only $1,095 Fully Equipped
iff s3-.:r .
! light shining In the window end arising
i snd looking red wsw tbst the TtnsjnnHajifm
I home wss In flumes. He telephoned In
s fire alarm and then bmrted mer te
the resMesoe t bis ttetttrbnr. Yn-eakrn
down a doer he entered and rwhed up
stairs, where be Tcnmd nil eft he Tnm-
bers of the famng tn thetr ImsSs, etsnrnad
Fvilnr the waxmber tif the ftoeenhnum
family downstairs and nut rnto the raht,
they quickly recovered snd sr"
feeling no III effects from their experi
ence. The department upon Its arrival
uluckly extinguished th fire, but not
until It bad don probably l00 to t9"
What la believed ta V th first Inde.
pendent wihmett'a bowlMHt Vrte ever or
ganlsei In th M story of tn. eport wss
orss ni ted in Omaha lt wigM at a meet
ing held at the Aasootsttort allnvk. Tt wss
named the TTomen's Metropolitan Bow-ting
Five frajncblseei were awarded Sod three
more. It Is anticipated, will be Vswcg st
a meeting to be held next Friday avwntng.
Una Ohemct Von wee e leered reeident
and lad Huntington secretary and treas
urer. air the t btld'a t wi.tt "a H
Croup sod whooping cough r fhll
dren's allmebte Vr. King' New Dis
covery Is w-hat you need. It kills thr
cold germs. My alt drwgglsts.--Airtl'e-ment.
This rjian Tolls
.Sow Io IVas
Cured of '
m e . .
p is a nsw wbv.
It l eotnethlng ab
solutely differ ant.
No lotlnnM, spra.e
or sickly smelling
MilV.a or cream.
o atomiser, or any
fttbaretu of any
.lud. Nothing n
smoke or Inhale.
Nu steaming or ruh
I'lng or Injection-.
No electricity or vi-
nrnllnn n, ni,.lit,i
9ntti-if a3EiaSB No powder, no alas-
B1SSSS,4 t SSJIW-J
teis; no keeping in the house. Nothing,
r that kind at all. Homethlna? new ami
dll'ferent. solttethlr- delightful ti.l
iiettithrul, something Instantly sttecess
rul. Tou do not have to wait, and linger
mid psv out S lot of money. Ton csu
stop It over nlv't end I will Madly ten
Mm how TMmM. t am not a doctor an I
this is not a so-rallvd doctor's nrescr
tlon but I urn cured and mv friend a"
. ured atvl yon cart be cured. Your u-
fcriiiK will Htu- - ones like magic.
1 Am Fri You Can Da Frta
Mr catArrh 4 nnhr n1 ithrMD It eU
nt ill. It dull mv tnlntt. It midertnlrvaH f
lncltri anrl f wraAfilni qpv wtl. Th hawl.nt
i-Mishing. s).tttinp med rn tmoa.nt t ill, ftti
HIV frMit bifMitli Mitfl rliaBUaftinv hbt'i snvd Tt?tt
tnr Iotm1 ou eytold tn 'ir. If. Mf deli tht In
tiff wu etvl la-r4 and my fit rneit . ,mftifi. I khw
(but In Km It venlrl krtng ni9 im As untlwoly
iruve, Immum evry imsnnt nf tb .y tn4 btsjh'.
It tu Niwlr jrH irly aeivplnt tr.'r ftt1l(V-
flut I I Mind a, rtir. uiei 1 tfli mf t toll -u
klnnit It KHW. Wdt sn arwiit-Hly.
RISk JUST ONE CENT
Sod bo munet Juttt ysur ssnw and tflSresl
s puptal cant, fsvt "tirar Bast Kata: Please tell
nia ha ?oa nireit ysitr raurrk SB ka I eas
phi mlna. " That's all rxi B4 to Bar, I trill
un.ii-r.nnfl. and t will arrtia te mi ytlb mulsi
nfurmailon. FR r"Si. at anra. rs sot !,. Sd
noest car r writ bis a tattar ta4ar. IHs t
think et tnn.liis thla ea twill yae haaa fcha
(or thla imrierfal trsaiiaeat that eaa Ba nC yau
ilultt ha Sua for m.
RAMI K-TJB, Unite, K771.
i: JtUhlgajt AeH CHlOAOO, ILL.
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