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17IE . OMAHA. SUNDAY '.BEE: NOVEMBER 14, 1915.
THE UAGIC CITY
Tour j Hig-hwiyman Compels Gro-j
eer Daughters to Staff Money
in nit Pocket. '
KAKtS GETAWAY HI SAFETY
. "Tou get tht rnorw-y up jot t'U blow
your head off.".
', With a vicious flash of a monster ra
Volvp. n unidentified highwayman
aout X J ear of air, ormipelled Misses
Henrietta and Roee Jaeohsen, daughters
ef A. Jacobean, grocer at BM4 South Thlr
(Vth street, "Bouth Side, to pick op aoma
money ft had droppad. whll stuffing
spoils from tha cash register In his pocket.
Tiie father waa held at bay at tbo point
Jf the run.
jTb holdup and robbery oeoorrM at
vl o'clock. Tbo man dressed In a. heavy
brown overcoat that reached to MS
ankles, entered the atoro and after dlck
rlng vr tha prtfe of a certain article.
Suddenly drew a largo revolver from bla
ncket and demanded that tha proprietor
and hla daughter all bold up their handa.
They obeyed. The thief rot away with
CM In eotn and bllla and made a clean
get-away betnro Captain Drlgg arid a
patrol load of orflrara arrived oir the
sVene a few mlnutea later.
iTha two girls wero ' nearly proatrated
Ith faar and war? too weak to appear
it the station. The man .waa described
ahont years of ire, flva feet, elrbt
ftichea In he'glit, smooth shsveh, rduch
cmplasien, black allk hat. Tsrk ahlrt and
troimers and wetting a long brown over
coat. It i thought to weigh .abeut
I Concert at library,
( Hnry JL Ttock'a oreheatra Of the otith
Side entertained a large crOWd of local'
tousle lover at Library liall, at Twenty
third and Vf atrenta. Miss Olga KUnor
and Mr. William Hunt war soloist of
jhe evening. Tha veteran mua'.o com
mander will give a eeriee" of concerU to
local poopla alone thl winter. Back haa
flayed before many Omaha audlcnoea In
tie Jaat two years.
oath Dido Itawllag.
i MEtiADT CU'B. m A
I , Jst. M. M. Tot.
fMeon ......, . Itt 1M so
JUelerfy 110 12 it V
luring- ia: 102 i
Kelson 117 114 M
Cahlll HO W 11
I Total! 1J Ml .f 1980
union btock yards ciatb.
lat. Sd. Sd. Tot.
towers m 11 m
King 4 1W 1; 41J
Parnard 17 174 160 41
HcCartan 15 V. 417
altller 131 1-4 144 411
' Totala ra 744 1112
CUAT ROBINSON CU'B..
let. In. Id. Tot
m t. i
i 1M i
, a i w '
. 114 11 1"
, M 131 1M
69 7 7Jl 1217
GREAT WESTERN C1AJB.
lat Jd. M. Tot.
, 18 HI inO
, it tm i
in i4 it
, IRS 14 17!i
, ik ut ioa
714 M 747 :2JfTl
' Cltarek Mataa.
' St. lAike' I.utneraa, Twenty-fifth and
K, Rev. $i. it 1rin. Vaator-dunday
no.il at 44. freachlnaT aervlca at 11.
Confirmation rlaa at I. Hither league at
T. Bubjeot, "HoMln Forth tha Word of
Life." Lader, R. A. Jaeobeen,
Flrtt , Baptlet. .Twenty-firth anit 'IT,
W illiam R. Hill, raatnr lHin. aerrwa
M 11 and T :SQ. Hawttroaat-oerYtoe at ctpe
or evening aermon. uoon ainring ny
etirn ua -ehf4e
rKOH 4- a4f
J'inlor aucletr at l.si Young people'a
Vieoilnr at i.bO. Prayer and
Ire Wednoaday evening at 7:K.
ttrth and M, Rev. H. K, Cornlah, Paator
T-Bible school at t:4&. Morning worahtu
)t 11. "erroon toplo, "My TeM What la
t? Pong eervli at 7:). Uonuel aermon
tt. S. Topic. "A Bundle of Ptloks." fanip
Ira glrla Monday evening at 7. Prayer
p'eotlng for toachera' training claas
Vti;eeday evening at T.tt.
' ft. .Martin's Episcopal. Twenty-fourth
Snd J. Kv. Jotin Vtallla Ulil. Rector
Wvloe tor twenly-fourth Bunday after
Jrtnlty: tVrporale communion ' of t.
lllda guild at Mr). Sunday S'hool at
4&. MaUn and litany at 11. K'vaneeng
at 7:i All-day meeting of Wonuin'i
tlrmatlofl) claaa for instruction In chapel
t T4.V. Ali-day meeting of Woman's
I ixlliary at the horn of Mr. Maurer,
i United lreehyterlan. Twenty-third and
I. Albert N. Furter. l'atlor-Hit.hth
nhool at . Pi-eaching at U. Aridraae
Sr rred C. Macfcltllan of L Molnea
Sir. Xaoliiilan la a man of large bualnee
feitareeia, being a railroad manager and
Soaj operator, lie baa bad a wonderful
4uertence and ha a atory that wll In
t ret every man. Bvery one welcome.
J iniora at 1 Chrtetlan union at :
f'reafhlnx by tha paator at I V. Prayer
tieetlng Wedneaday evening St 1 Worn
n s Mlaalonary eoclety bassr Thuraday
and Friday avenlnga. .... .
- Mal t tty Uoaalp.
5 Tba ladlea of tha l"lrst Chrlstlsn church
4lil give their basaar on tha afternoon
f Dcmbar t
t The IlllluK A LA aAI-t- t Vi- Wmmi
rVeabyterian church will hold a r'mmM
a, i a eaturosy, November X, at Twanly
ona ana w streets.
I The Iadlea- Aid Society of th Orea
Ithodut church will giv a rcepllon
t th churoh at Twenty-fifth and E
TtcU ThuraUy evening. November M.
Kv j. M . Murrta and family and new
as aaii aa men of tuc cotigrp
auon, are urged to attend.
' Rev. McDanlrla a illprVaoh at tha Tlrat
ChUellan church St Twenty-third and I
etreaia. Mot-mug Mrnwa vlll a at 11
e'rlnca and tha evening at t:W. Hundav
school at :4 a. m. and Junior Rndeavor
4t J In the aftrruuon. Senior tmleavor
win roori at o cioca sharp.
'it an tha peopl who should start
saving arcM.nta would do so, .th fluan,
iJ pmertty of Houth Omaha would
re Wondertully Increwaed. The Savlnwa
l'cpartnwnt of the 1jv i)irux Mxmn.i
Hank, akouth Onmha. IS doing what It
tau in th direction by heartily al
kvuisna vw cp(vora,
SWEDEN PUTS BAN ON
EXPORTATION OF BUTTER
lONDOK. Nov. Il.-Beg1nnlnr Novam
bar U butter will ba added t th list at
article wfcoc eaportatlon la forbidden
by th SweClah governmeat, according
to a Heutor dlepatch from Btockholm.
Tls will msk aa embaroo on th esport
oz I oca proa uets virtually complete.
ork of drafting the army appropria
tion bMl in accordance wlih tha admlnla
u&ilin a national ricfenae prorram will
t-e undertaken next week by fcenator
rimmivn ana nfin-jnntallve Hay,
....... .- ui cnrMiunai military
rn mtl 4 -
lrea'dent Wllaon iaaiieJ an ...
lhoning Uaior Uenaral ilus lnt.
hlrf cf Staff of the ermv "ti r.-..e-
tt.e duties of awretary of war during the
liinnaa or temporary aneence from the
e.t of govemmeiit of the ae-retary of
nr whenever during such llttiea or aO-
mr xm um MBtsuni aevrviary ta alao ab-
2ix warrant ofrWra of tha mv, k . u.
j i..r.fl4 bv eaajiiif-atlona for appoint
r n.te a er1na. Ttiy are: VYUiiam D
-liivao, V nint..n. chief tnMiiiiilat;
iL.iaoe B. huru, Iechrd. Tein.. rhlef
I'.art'iiiiet; Ktciiard A. bu'itw, t'hl'-aa.j.
tr kuhlniai; Kugviie J. ItiTiiiifer, 8tiat-t-,
i.a. rr.vtiiilt Adoiuh i. Ucikt,
- f ivJ.U.it, bd Al'uvrt 0Lr mao
ti.r. i . - . .
Kellom School Center
Has Social Meeting
Kellom arhnc aorlal renter held a
meeting laat night, which waa largely at
tended. Tha following program waa
given: Recitation. Mlna Joy Hlgglna;
piano aolo, Frank Mlr; vocal aolo, Mro.
Wetnateln, accompanied by Miea 'Outt-
man; piano aolo, Mlaa Rote Outtman.
Tha Kellom Improvement club will meet
Wedneaday night at tha achool at I
GREY SAYS PEACE
WAITS 0N VICTORY
foreign Miniiter Beaifinni Ai
qoith't Hiitorio Hedge of a
' - Year Ago.
BRITAIN STANDS . WITH ALLIES
LONDON, Not. 13. Rearflrraiv
tlon of Premier Agqulth'i hlitorlc
pldga rcgirdlnr the entente allle'
tei'ms of peace, delivered at the lord
mayor' banquet November 9, 1814,
war made by Sir Edward Grey, Brit
ish forelga aecretary, today In a writ
ten answer to a question put by Sir
Arthur Markham, liberal member of
Parliament' for the Mansfield di
vision of Nottinghamshire.
After stating that Great Britain's
position In the war Is fixed by It
alliances with Japan, France and
Russia, the foreign secretary pro
ceeds: "In our view the conditions of peaca
muat fulfill thoee laid down by tha prim
mlnlater on November . 1914. It I very
dralrablo that It abould ba underatood
one and for all that this la tha deter
mination of tha government, collectively
and Individually, and of tha nation."
What Aaejalth Said.
At tha lord mayor'a banquet November
f, 1914, Premier Aaqulth, In outllnlnr tha
war altuatlon, aald:
"Tbl la going to b a lonr war, but
there la nothing In a long atruggla to de
press ue, or In what haa happened. Our
enemy baa tried tbra objective Parts,
Warsaw and CVIal and haa been baffled
"That la not enough. It will not
heath the a word, which wa have not
lightly drawn, until .Belgium ba ra
oovered mor than It haa aacrtflced; until
Frano la adequately eacured against
menaoe; until the tight of tha amallcr
nation hav been placed upon an un
aaaaltablo foundation, and until the mili
tary domination of Prussia I finally de
stroyed." Missouri Pacific
Loses in Nemaha
. ACBTON.1 Neb., Nov. is. (Special.) In
district court tb Jury In the case of J6
phln Tynon against th Mlsaourl Pa
clflc Railway company, today returned
verdict for th 'plaintiff for t1.G. This
wss th second trial of th ease. In th
Tint trial liat spring a Verdict waa re
turned for h defetidsnt. Judg B. K.
Good of Wahoo, who praalded, aet th
verdict aald and granted a nw trial.
Lamb-rt A Armatrong and K. P. NealJ
repr4bnUl ' the plaintiff and 'J. -A. C
Kennedy, -general' attorney, and Kelllrar
t rtrriMu or this plac appeared for tha
Tha other two case t for trial this
week we re both settled and th court ad
journed until next Tuesday, at whloa
time Judge Begly of tb etocdnd district
will preside, and Judge Raper will hold
court for Judge Begley.
Tha esses set for next week are: M. 8.
Mel ninth against John C. Vollne, libel;
Fred O. Hawiby against James Ppark.
slander; I I Coryell against Jay WIU-
lams, suit or contract to sell grain, and
riter)lng Wilbarger agaJnat John E. Bpier,
slender. , .
Convicted on Wire
KANSAS C1TT. Mo., Nov. li John
Flaherty and James Daniels, charred with
obtaining S3. 300 from George Roth of De
Molno by a wire tapping schema, wr
convicted In th Kansas City. Kan., cir
cuit Hurt today.
tb met trial of th men a year ago
raauiUd In a disagreement At tha for
mer trial .Roth testified concerning hi
visit to a fake pool ball which, he de
clared, th defendant operated In Kan
saa City. Kaa., but refuaed to coma from
be Moines to appear agalnat th men at
ime inai. mi testimony tsken a year
ago waa read and a conviction followed
a mlnut after th Jury retired.
Joaeph Porter alao waa arrested with
the two men convV-ted today, but the
federal government claimed blm en a
almllar charge and he is now serving a
sentence In th federal penitentiary at
FIREMAN FLEES FROM
THE INTERNED EITEL
NORFOLK, V., Nov. M.-Efccana of a
r reman named Thlery of tha crew of th
Interned German auxiliary erulaer Prim
Eltel Friedrlch was rarorted today to
Rear Admiral neatly, commanding th
conoia navy yard. Tha man la be
lieved to hav evaded the marine rusrd
conatastly maintained about th alitp by
siiamg aovm th anchor chain and swim
ming t hora beyond th llmlta of th
ysrd. II Is ths firat bluejacket from
either of th Interned ahlps hers to leave.
although three commlaaloned afflcera and
i warrant efftrere have broken parole
Cuatom officials and polio hav been
asked to aid In finding Thlery.
KANSAS TEACHERS ARE
- OPPOSED TO "MILITARISM"
TOPEK A, Kan.. Nov. 11 -Th Kansas
Plate Toachera' aaaoclatlon. la annual
convention here, today went on record
aa oppoatng legislation which will en
courage mllltarlem, wren a reaolutton pre
aented by Dr. Charles M. Shelton of To
peka. was adopted.
Tha reeolutlun. a copy of which waa
tent to Preeident Wllaon. urgea him and
th member ef congreaa ta "adhere
steadfaatly to tha htatortc principle of
our government In favor of International
peat and arbitration in all forelga af
faire. Apartments, flats, houeea and cottage
caa b rented aulakly and cheaply by a
Baa Tor Rant" -
RAILROADS DOING !
General Manager Walters Says the
Northwestern Has About All it
Can Handle at Present.
COHN CROP IS EX02M0US
General Manager Walters of the
Northwestern "railroad lines west of
the Missouri river Is In from a tour
of the company's Nebraska territory
and asserts that condltiona In Ne
braska were never as good as at this
time. 8ald Mr. Walters:
"The Northwestern Is handlfng an
Immense tonnage In Nebraska and
we have about all the business we
can take care of. There Is a heavy
movement of small grain and live
stock. There is also a correspond
ingly heavy movement of merchan
dise and building material and coal
back into the counts. .
! "Wheat Is coming oul fsr batter than
a expected, both aa to yield and qual
ity. Stacking tha wheat seemed to have
put It through' a blending process, ma
terially Improving the grade.
"1 think th country along th North
western lines .haa more marketable corn
than at any time In the history of the
stat. Of-coura. thereyte a large quan
tity at aoft corn.. nd corn that will not
grade' for market 'purpoeee. but all of
this Is being used by fsrmars and stock
man for early feed or fattening their
bogs and cattle.'
"Th potato erop baa been enormous
and while growers are not ratting as
much per buahel aa during om former
years, th extra yield la bringing In
"Take tha country a a whol. It was
seem to hav plenty of mony snd theyr
ra buying frely. thourh not rscklessly. i
Everywhere th merchants are doing
Principal of the
South' Side High
is Given Divorce
Because Mrs. Vera B. Moore, In th
opinion of DUtrlct Judg Redick. "would
prefer cleaving unto her family and
prcperty and bom in th atat of Kan
saa, rather thsn following the fortunes
of her husband In Nebraska," Samuel
W. Moor, principal of tha South High
chool, was granted a dlvorc from her
by restrict Judge Redlqk. on grounda of
Mrs. Moore's mother Is mentioned In
th Judge' decision follow:
"Th evidence convince th court that
the defendant haa been under th In
fluence of her mother rather than sub
mitting to th Judgment of her husband."
- Both Mr, snd Mrs. Moore, th Judge
found, ar of good character,
Mr. Moor wa directed to pay 130 a
month for tha support of their son while
be remain in hi mother' custody.
.N"'!.m!"?Jr".ar.! Mf r' I
xoept a Judgment for 2"J. without In-1
teraat. which h borrowed from hi wire
rly in their married life.
to Distinguish Two
of the Same Name
The John minnlntham, who wan In th'
uto aocident near Millard, described In
the Uau of Th Uee of November . I
In th saloon bualnaaa at Twenty-fourth
and Q Streets. South Omaha, and h
been llvlnf with his brothsr. James Cun
ningham. S901 V street, and not at 110
North Twenty-third streot. as slated in
th article, th John Cunningham living
at th lattsr address being a commission
merchant with offices" In th Exchange
building, who had no connection with th
mlahap. Th Bee make this correction
of Its own accord, attention having Just
been called to th mlstak . In th
Lincoln Elks Visit
Lodge ip Omaha
For ths first Urn in many years a
large delegation from th Lincoln lodge
of Elks paid a trstemal visit to th
Omaha lodg Saturday and wltneased
th Initiation of a big claas ef candidate.
. Over fifty of th Capital City Elk
mad tha trip, and a special program of
speeches and entertainment, ending with
a delicious olam chowder supper, was
prepared In their honor.
Among the visiting Elk wer: Ex
alted Ruler John J. Lcdwlth and Secre
tary William Haw of tha Lincoln
lodg. Chief Juatke Andrew Morrlaaey,
ea-Chlef Justice J. B. Barnes, State
Treasurer Hall, John W, Cutrlght and
John O. Maher. ,
Gary laaaea Stataneaat.
NEW YORK, Nov. li-FJhert H. Oaj-y.
Chairman of lh I nlted Btatea Steel cor
poration, leeued a atatement today, ran
llrmlng report that th corporation had
withdrawn temporarily front the French
Market quotmiona on it flntahed ateel
pioducta, aith certain exception.
Culls from the Wire
Sarlna Storey a vaudeville actreaa,
whoee rrlttcie;n of Colonel Rooaevalt a
leh In Frt some time sto and re
cent matrimonial troubles brought her
conaldetahle notoriety, died at Taft. Pal.,
In the Weat Side oil fields, ef menlngltla
frihe recently divorced her husband, Frank
Le Itamals Storsy of New Tork.
Herbert I-ang, an esplorar sent to tha
Pelalan Congo In 1V by tha American
muaeum of natural htatory aa th head
of an exredltlnn to gather for tha mu
aeum a collection of animal and bird llfa
of Africa, returned to New York. Mr.
In. aald that ti e expedition had gath
ered more than ltAOOO apaiinena of ani
mal lite, aa well as ever S.0ui specimens
of bird life.
The executive committee of ths national
bank eeotlon of the American, bankers'
aaaoclatlon met at New Tork for the pur
poee of completlns, organlalng -and map
ping work for future activity. The com
mittee orsanlsed by rhnoaing J. El wood
Coa of Mlshpolnt. N. C. aa chairman,
and Frederic F.. Farpaworth as secre
tary pro tern. The meeting wet larrely
given up to a dlacuaelon of lglalatle
mattera pertaining to the federal reeerve
atm and Ha relatlou to the national
ine uneny wu arnvea at Mn Diego
Ca). While thouaands thronged the
tree's waiting to aea the famotia relic
It remained for two houre In th railroad
liMi be-auae of dlfftculiiee In unloading
It from its apeclel car. Moat of the
crowd had dleperaed whan It finally waa
eacorted by two troopa of I'nlted Elatea
cavalry through the atreeia it the
giounja of the r'iama- alitornla xp
ttkn. where It will remain three days.
It will go back to Lo A ng ales Monday
and tbano aat.
For Ancona Sinking
TARIS. Nov. 11 Commenting In tha
Figaro on the sinking of th Italian liner
Ancona, Joseph Relnach, widely known
aa a political writer, derlarca that the
victims of th Ancona trejredy dld aa a
rcault of "tha - unpunished lAtsllanla
President Wilson could not ssy, adds
th writer, that ha waa not warned that
; th traredy would be repeated "If It were
VILLA WILL RECEIYE
NO MERCYJF TAKEN
Obregon, Who Is at American
Nogales, Says Chieftain Will
. Be Treated aa Outlaw.
AMNESTY NOT OFFERED HIM
NOG ALES, Arts., Nov. 13". Gen
eral Francisco Villa, chief opponent
of the Carranta government In
Mexico arrived In Nogales, Son or a,
opposite here tonight at the head of
2,000 troops a few hours after the
arrival here of General Alvaro Obre
gon, Carranra's military commander.
General Obregon said that his
presence here at the same time Villa
was visiting Mexican Nogales, was
nothing more than a coincidence.
Th Carransa leader. In an Interview
lat today announced that h earn her
to Influence th Indiana now In General
Vrbatejoe' Taqul army who formerly
were under command of Obregon, to
switch to th Carransa faction.
Keee Sonora Taken Bonn.
II predicted that force ot tba d
. fl.l. a..a MnnAn H- n . 1 In mmMwJaA
pc-w.a.on ot ua ewui o, oonor. , witnin
awaltlnr- rclnforeementa and further de
sertions from Villa' army befor mak
ing a decisive move to annlhUat . th
Reports that General Villa had - been
offered , amnesty were emphatically
denied by General Obregon, who deolared
that Villa would be treated a an outlaw
Oenersl Obregon said he would re
main In Nogaleav but a few- day.
General Villa announced that his visit
to Nogales, Sonora. waa to confer with
Carloe Randall, acting governor of that
portion of Sonora controlled by Villa. He
aid h might make Nogales bis bead
quarters for future operations.
Americans In th Mexican town hav
not been molested snd gambling houses
across th border were flourishing to
night Border Chalked Mot.
NACO, Arls., Nov. 12. The boundary
line botwen Mexico and th Vnlted
States waa chalked and marked at fifty
yards intervals by American flag her
today. This action was taken after a
Villa soldier, escaping , from Naeo,
Sonora, had toon pursued, by Villa cavalry
i across' tb boundary- Colonel TV. C.
BUtes- border aatrri arrld at the Mexl-
Brown or th Tenth cavalry.- United
can border to protest Just as General
Jos .Rodrlgues of th . VUla forces,
signalled to th firing squad ttast faced
the prisoner. - .
It wa explained tht th man executed
waa wanted In connection with a shoot
ing affray and that hla pursuers wer
Ignorant of tbo boundary line.
Mra. Jane Smith.
NORTH BEND. Neb.. Nov. U.-Fpe.
rial.) Th audden death of Mrs. Msry
Jsne Smith, formerly of North Bend, oc
curred Saturday. November s .
horn at San Pedro. Cal. She died or
heart trouble. Her only child. Mia NU
tie. who 1 a teacher at San Pedro, sur
vives her; alao a brother, who lives la
Callfornls. Mrs. Smith waa a native of
Canada and th body wa taken there
Avoid All Meat
if Kidneys and
Uric acid in meat excites Kid
neys and irritates the
Take Salts at first sign of Blad
der weakness or Kidney
Backache. Kidney and Bladder weakneaa veenlt
from uric add, jr a noted authority.
Tha kidneys filter this acid from th
blood and pass It on t the bladder.
where It often remain to Irritate and
Inriam. causing a burning, scalding sen
satlon. or setting up an irritation at the
neck of th bladder, obliging you to seek
relief two or thro time during th
night The sufferer la In constant dread,
the water paaaea sometime with a Breed
ing aenaation and Is very profuse; again
there is difficulty in avoiding It.
Bladder weakneaa, moat folks call tt.
became they can't control urination.
Whlla It I extremely annoying and
sometime very painful, . this la really
on of th most simple ailment to over
coma. Get about four ounce of Jad
Salt from your pharmacist and tab a
tableepoonful in a glass of water before
brakfaat, continue tbl for two or three
day. This will neutrallae the acid ta
the urine o It no longer 1 a eource at
Irritation to the bladder and urinary o
(ana which then act normally araln.
Jad Bait I Inezpenalva, harmleas, and
ta mads from th add of grape and
lemon Juloe, combined with llthla, and
la used by thousands of folks who are
subject to urinary dlsordera cauaed by
aria acid Irritation. Jad Bait ir splen
did for kidneys and causae no bad effects
Her you have a pleasant, afferveacent
llthia-water drink which quickly relieves
bladder trouble. Advertiaement.
MUNDAY WORTH A MILLION
BUCKS LESS THAN NOTHING
MORRIS. III., Nor. U Tha plea that
r. R. Munday waa trapped at tha very
start of- his Chicago banking ear,
which resulted In Ma Indtetment ea a
charge of coneptraey to wreck the La
Rail Rtreat Trust aud Savtnga bank, waa
tha argument to the Jury for tb defense
today by Attorney IL B. Kaily, former
United Stataa attorney la Colorado
Kelly blamed William Lorlraar for
bringing Munday to Chicago and aald
that "Munday today 1a worae off by a
11,000.000 tbaa nothing."
Nature's Sweet Song
Tb wt mnto of
our musically edu
cated eanarlea I an
perlor to that which
is produced by arti
Invented by man, on-J
the coat la murh
1ea. But when you
buy a canary ba sure
(that it's a rood
Inger. Our famous
Reg. U. S. Tat Office No. SSI.
Is given a real musical education In
Germany and Its aweet natural song
will entertain and charm you and
youre In a way that you cannot 1m
agin even In a alight degree.
Three aweet a'nglna canaries ar
Imported direct by ua and we ell
them on I dys' approval in your own
bom, under a written guarantee to
sine; to your aatlefactton and entlredy
different from any other cauiary you
Max Geisler Bird Co.
HIT Farnam St IT Taara ta Omaha.
v 'llL-- --jJ
31 KINDS YOURS INCLUDED
Wo mako a contract with Ap
you on each soparaio
Horo It lo.
Road it Caro-
ii Tncy woo srpTf
06.50 PER TON
Main Cffico--KooI.no t3ldg., 17th and Harney Streets
ENTIRE THIRD FLOOR
v a nnn ai i aurd hmaua ounur nnnr. 9R9
a e-e w n mm
V MBWIMaMMM"MWI- 1l i Mill
Hov We Make It Handy
A Phone Call to Tykr 345 Brici a Man,
Dresher Bros., Cleaner
2211-2213 Faniaun Street; Om&luk,
Sec reil cstzte columoj for bztfxinn
Velvet Suits at
worth less to us,
them worth more
1513-1&-S0 FARNAM STREET.
w w if l e-a a s r aaweeM v wie aMwa
Oar dawn towa braAch mak
tt pretty HANDY for you, whoa
jro com to think of Itl Oca at
Drveher Tbo Tailor's, 1111 Tr
nam St; ona at tha Brandelsi
Storea, and on at tha Barxsv
NMh Co. MtAbllahmcot. And. all
t ot town parti m hav to do la
to oxpreM or paroal port thalr
work to as, for pay chart aa
eae way on ANT ctsod bondl) to
ANT point In Asaartoa. Tea, la
doad. ww po try to uaka mattera
handy for oar patron.
A large number of
that are actually
worth' from $69 to
$79 are offered to
our trade Monday at
that there are only,
a kind makes them
but should make
Place Your Next
Order With Uo
ro nrMAcrs o outwhouum.
$7.00 PER TON
MHL 1 ! 1 JJ I ll .1.1 HIJ IJ. yj II II II J y i
This tnstlttitlon Is th only os
In tb cantral west with separata
buildings n dated In their
ampt (rounds, yet entirely dl
tlnet, aad rendering It posatbl to
classify cases.. The on bulalac
belni fitted for and devoted to the
treatment of non-contac long and
Boa-rnantal diseases, no other be
in ( ad nit ted I th other Reet CoV
tar belai daalrned for and d
voUd ta th axolBslva treatment
of select mental cases rqttlrta
for a time watchful car and spe
rsnrly Stasa Bank Bandla7
nth and Harney Sb,
Name f Tanaata Omitted frera
J. E. Jaoobeon.... 0I
3!Ta J . JOl-l
Alvln r. Jobnaon.. 7JI
R. M.' Johnson $04
W. H. THOMAS V BON.