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THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, JULY 24, 1916.
By Mr. and Mrs.
The Midnight Riot
of tha Same Kama by
fgom tlu tcotloa Vinton Snu
rBATVBnro tki votes mas Bn.i.ni bxtbh.
CopyrUht, 1916. by Adelaide M. Hughes..
"To be miles from home without
itreet cr fare it a luxury for the
daughters of millionaires. Gloria
Stafford would have taken her first
experience as a great joke if she had
not been devoted to so important an
errand. The footpad who stole her
handbag also stole her transportation.
She felt that she might as well have
been lost in the Florida everglades
-Of course, she could have had pro
tection by appealing to almost any of
the wayfarers. But, after her encoun
ter with the pickpursc she looked on
verybody wtih suspicion. She slipped
through the crowded streets and flit
ted along the deserted byways on the
lunt for the murderer of her lover.
She was afraid of everybody and
sverything, but most afraid of losing
At last she saw him again ahead of
her. He was wandering rather aim
lessly. He had apparently dropped in
it one or more of the little swinging
doors that flapped on ivery corner.
Gloria hastened after him, but before
the could quite catch up he clambered
on a surface car. The conductor had
to help him aboard. He was so busy
at that task that he did not see Glor
ia's wjldly waved hands or hear her
command. "Stop that carl" '
If Gloria had caught the car the
could not have paid the fare, though
the might hava, given the conductor
a nickel't worth of flirtation. At any
rate, the missed the car. Several other
cart came near not missing her at the
ttood irretolute in the middle of the
street . . , .
Thm iirh bust ed along. Gloria
felt more at home. She did not have
tn nav thr taxicab till the end of the
voyage. She could probably have the
fare charged. From the look of the
ramshackle thing she could buy the
.k L. n,vt tn nnthins. She told the
taxicab to follow the street car ahead !
and keep near it, witnoui passing .
The taxi driver wat greatly impressed.
"What"! the game mist, Are you a
Gloria looked wise and taid nothing.
At the hopped in Dr. Royce
caught tight of her from a distance.
A taxicab was rather conspicuous
down there. He wished for another,
er a pair of wingt.
Then a motor ambulance came
along,' banging itt bell. Dr. Boyee
had a wide acquaintance in am
bulances. He dared to ttop thil one
and ask the interne for a ride.
And to they went the taxicab
eh etraat cart the am-
hnlince nnriuing the taxicab. It
Bn annrnnrmte nlace for an am
bulance. It wat quite likely to be I
needed. . But the ambulance naa to
turn into a tide ttreet before it over
took Gloria, and Royce waa com
pelled to drop off and pursue afoot.
Then the ttreet car that carried
Trask stopped to abruptly that
Gloria't taxicab ahot on past it, al
mott annihilating Trask at it whuied
Gloria caught a glimpse of Trask
leaving the car, grazing the taxicab
and reeling down a dark street She
pounded on the glass and put her
head out to check , her driver. She
ordered him to back up. He backed
into the very street car that Trask
had iust left. There was a crash,
tinkle of broken guast and Gloria
was evicted through the broken door.
"," The chauffeur got down and began
the usual wrangle with the motorman
and the conductor of the street car;
the passengers piled out; a crowd
gathered. Two policemen ran up and
began to make notes. Gloria tugged
at the coat of the chauffeur, but he
wat too busy to pay any attention
and the had- no money to pay him.
So the left him and ran for Trask,
not entirely sorry that she had saved
The delay had enabled Dr.
Royce to gain tome ground, but he
lost it again trying to ask the ex
cited chauffeur where hit passenger
. Gloria could tee Tratk't tall, grii
xled head over the heads of the crowd
and she wat nearly at hit heel when
a be'lated truck, bearing a long steel
girder, drove across her path. It
seemed to take forever to move by.
When at last it cleared the way Trask
wat almott out of tight He heti
tated before two or three saloon doort
and Gloria had retrieved most of her
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THE ZEST OF BATTLE FILLED
lost distance. Then, suddenly, he
turned and dashed into a barroom.
Gloria was headstrong and she
startled herself with her own behav
ior, but instinct drew the line at en
tering tuch a place. Her eyet were
attracted by the sign, "Ladies' en
trance," over a side door. She did not
know that it led to a large dance hall
at the rear of the barroom. She ven
tured along the grimy corridor until
she heard the music and the shuffling
Then the understood and would
Wo retreated if a brace of typsy gun
men had not come lurching in from
the street and cut off her escape. She
backed away from them in terror and
back into the dance nan a mrgc,
noisy, dirty room, filled with vicious
or shabby characters. Couples were
' .l.n..n,.P;at lOinrhru or
dancing in ma, .
sprawling about the tables. Gloria
was of such a different sort that her
sudden appearance caused a silence.
She turned and stared.
A hni-lv ruffian, called Choey. a wa
terfront beau, amoking a cigarette
..... t,r ami leaving his com
panion, went to Gloria with admiring
eninusiasiu, uu Hz..-.
"Cheese, kid, but you re chust my
ttyle, an" chutt in time for a torn.
Gloria declined hit invitation with
terrified thanka and started for the
door, but Choey seised her by the
waist, whipped her into his arms and
t with her. She was
more disgusted than afraid. She re
sisted vainly, pushing against him and
struggling. He laughed; the crowd
laughed. She struck up at the villain t
face, but he held his head too nign
for her to reach, . and, laughing,
whirled her round and round through
the rowd. ""
About thit time Dr. Royce was in
hot purtit of Gloria. He had caught
a glimpse of her hat, and he thought
he saw it turn in at a door. He was
almost more angry than anxious. He
tried all the doort. At length he
reached the dance hall. He glanced at
the crowd and felt sure that Gloria
could not be there. He waa about to
retreat when Choey't late companion,
Moll admired him and danced up to
him, inviting him to invite her to a
honk hit head with po-
most astonishing Gloria. She had
lite regrett. And the he saw Gloria a
been to enraged by her captor t in-
AUTOS CUT IN OH
REAL ESTATE MEN
Many Families Who Can Only
Afford One Buy Motor Oar
Instead of a Home.
BUSINESS - GOOD, THOUGH
sistence that- she seized him by the
neckscarf ,and leaping up, caught him
by the hair and dragging his head
down, slapped his face.
Choey was a believer in the equal
ity of women, and he made ready to
return blow for blow. Royce made a
wild rush and blocked the attack. He
drew Gloria's arm through his and
started ouj. -
The crowd stopped dancing and
watefied. Choey was not in the habit
of surrendering. He let out a yell and
seized Glorias other arm. Royce
broke his grip by jiu jitsu and flung
him off. He fell against a table, up
setting the occupants, who rose and
struck at him, then at one another.
Choey leaped at Royce. The zest of
battle filled the air. Royce put Gloria
back of hiin and met Choey half way.
Royce was a college boxer and
Choey had a schooling in the East
Silk rings. It was a pretty exhibition
of two schools of science. The spec
tators were of divided opinions and
began to1 take sides.
Men and women quarreled and
smote. The whole place fell into up
roar. Royce was attacked on all sides.
He seized a chair and cleared a !nice
for Gloria. It was wrenched from him.
Bottles were thrown. Royce went to
his knees and rose with a gash on his
Gloria did her best to protect him
till he got up, but she was a novice
in such scenes. Through a terrific
melee Royce slowly fought back
ward to the door. Even the musi
cians entered the tight. Gideon
Trask, never dreaming that he was
the cause of it all. watched the bat
tle from the barroom door, through
which the aproned barkeepers en
tered the fray. ,
Choey's neglected lady friend be
gan to fear for him. She forgave
him the slight he had put on her,
and when she saw him slip on the
wet floor and go sliddering under
the feet of the tramolintr herd she
was alarmed for his manly beauty.
she dashed from the woman a en
trance and down the street to where
two policemen ttood. She ran up to
"Say, dere'a a twell guy in dere,
moiderin' de whole bunch."
The policemen ran with her, rap
ping the pavement. One of them
stopped to telephone :the station for
i "If it were not for the automobiles
I could do twice as much real estate
business," taid an Omaha real estate
man a few days ago. "It it remark-,
able how the automobile business has
cut in on thit real ettate business. It
stands to reason that when a man
spends his only $1,000 for an automo
bile, he does not spend it for a home
or a lot And anyone knows that
there are thousands of families who
cannot afford both a car and a
The aame real estate man gave a
glaring example of the point he was
making. He took a prospective buyer
to see a number of modest Jiomet.
Finally the prospect found one that
Just suited him. . The price was right
too, and the prospect remarked that
he had at last found just what he
wanted. He brought hit-wife out and
pointed out the fine points of the
' house and its desirability at a modeat
"Yea, I know John," the taid. "But
I m p0 no jaquiauiaj noX uaqt
could have either home or a car, and
.1 want the car.
. That settled it The real estate
.man's crest fell, and he lost the tale.
Also the prospective buyer dropped
his feathers and slipped back home
to write a check for a touring car.
The automobile man does not
"worry. He it getting all the bett of
it the real estate men claim. :
They are not the only onet who
uffar from the extreme popularity
oiautdmobilet. The Jewelry men are
complaining the tame way. Both the
jewelry wholesalers and the retailers
are noticing this, and it it being felt
out in the ttate, as well at in Omaha
and the larger citiet. Jeweler point
out that both automobilea and jewelry
are luxuries and that many women
are sacrificing diamonds for the sake
rf antna. - :i
- Nevertheless, the timet are to good
in Nebraska that there it busmest
enough for the auto man, the jeweler
and the real ettate man.'1
This is evident from the fact that
in spite of the hot summer weather,
which brings -the summer lull in the
real estate business, some good resi
dence property is being told, tome
good sized business blocks are ttill
chansins hands, and newly platted
tractt of city lott are going patsably
welt, considering the time of year. .
Nathan Horn Purchases Five
Houses From Tukey & Son
Nathan Horn has lust purchased
five houses for approximately $12,000.
The houses are located at 2021 Burt
street 1559-63 North Seventeenth
ttreet. 1558 North Sixteenth street and
4219 North Twenty-fourth street J.
B. Robinson acted as agent tor Mr.
Horn, and the property was purchased
of A. P. Tukey & Son.- This is the
third arroun of houses Mr. Horn has
purchased through A. P. Tukey &
Son in the last six months. .
Officer Slashed With Knife ,
While Making Arrest of Negro
While trying to arrest Leroy Bush,
negro, who had been raising dis
turbance at the Underworld cafe, at
Ninth and Davenport streets, Police
man M. P. Ryan was severely cut
about the face by a knife wielded by
the negro. Ryan emptied hit pittol
at the pritoner and finally ttopped
htm, though none of the bullets took
r- "ri .
f . i
SK ly rn ,
SHE SEIZED MUTRY'S HAND A ND WRUNG IT.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
TftwnMnd'a for apartta Godt.N
Kteetrie Ifciw, tte BursMa-Qrandaa Go.
Hara Root Print tt Now Bwtoon Praia.
Half-karat Whltt DUiaoodl, 7t. Bdbolm.
Montr Available for toons, day of la
inaction, by r. D. Wand. Waad Bids.
"ToHar'a Matla Prairam," olaaalflad oao
tlon today. It appaara In Tha Baa aiolu
alvaly. Find out what tha various moving
plctura thaatara offar.
Blroreo Daeroo Omntad -Ado Andaraon
haa bean trantad a dlvoroo from Arrld Andaraon.
Rlanaaar on LooiataM A poatal card from
Albert Klaaaeer atataa ha la now on tha
United atataa battleehlp Louialana, on tha
Major Barker Sprnlna Hip Major John
Barker, veteran employe of the- health
office, la confined to hlo noma with
apralned hip. J
Soolallate to BaMOt-Tha aoolallat party
will hold In fifth annual banquet at tha
hall In tha tytlo bulldlnf next Wednaaday
eventns at S o'clock.
Motoriata Fined Ele-ht violators of the.
trafflo resulatlona were arraigned before
Juda-e Charlaa Kubat In police court and
fined from IMS to So each.
Fllea Bankruptcy Petitlen Jullua Zells-
aon, doing bualneai aa tha American Bcl-
tllnc company, filed a petition In bank
ruptcy, ttabllltlee, I10.ISI; aaaeta. ll.Ht
Tenth Breaka Hie Ana Eddie Bayal. I-
year-old Bouth Bide boy. Buffered a broken
arm yeaterday afternoon. when ha fell from
a fence near hla home. . Ha Is at Clarkaon
hoapltal. - ...
Larman Btarta Floral Shop Lee Larmon.
for yeara employed at tha Henderaon floral
ahop, realtned Saturday night. Ha will re
open the ehop next to tha Kontenelle hotel
next month. '
Mlaa Powers Entertains Mlee Ethel Pow
era, lilt Burt street, entertained yeaterday
afternoon tn honor of Mlee Stella, Millar of
Ed car. Nab., who la vlaltlnc at the R. U
Tlnkham awma. .......
Flagere Are Henaebed By ran MeDermott
of Bellavna, working at tha Beacon Preaa,
Eleventh and Howard atreeta, suffered three
emaahed flniera when hla hand oaaght In
Brian Prieaaar ta Oaanlaa Buck Mna-
grove haa been brought to Omaha from
Uacay. Neb., by Deputy Marehal Morgan on
a ohargo af Introducing llojwor on the
Omaha Indian reeervatlon.
SacUlleta Gather Ban The Bute Social
lata' aeaoclatloB will hold tta annual conven
tion In Omaha, beginning Monday. Two
hundred from vartoua parte of tha elate are
expected to attend the meeting.
Banmlnatloa for Hand Janitor An exam
ination waa held In the federal building ta
the patrol wagon. Two other po
licemen galloped in from side streets.
Royce and Gloria had struggled
through to the door just as the po
licemen poured in, at their backs.
Royce being the first man they
found, they seized him roughly.
Gloria interecded with anger and
wat threatened with a back-handed
blow. Policemen had to act quickly
and vigorously in riots, and these of
ficers were not accustomed to find
ing well-bred young women from
good homes in that quarter.
All the gang, men and women, in
cluding Moll, pointed to Royce and
to Gloria as the disturbers of a peace
ful gathering. While they yelled and
wrangled a patrol wagon rolled into
the street and backed up to the curb.
The reserves tumbled out. A second
wagon was on the way up.
The police began to hustle every
body toward the wagons. Gloria was
willing enough to leave the place,
but the thought of taking a ride in
the patil wagon was absolutely in
tolerable. When an officer tried to
shove her along she brushed his
hand from her arm and snatched off
his hat. crying: 'Take off your hat
when you speak to ine."
The officer was enraged, then
amazed. He picked up his hat, put
it on took it off, and, then bowed
to her in mock politeness. Then
she went out very naughtily.
The whole crowd was rushed into
the two patrol wagons, except Trask,
who had hidden back of the bar
when the, officers descended.
As Gloria sat in the wagon cling
ing to Royce's arm and shivering
with shame, a blowzy female with a
long feather in her hat leaned over
and plucked her by the sleeve. Gloria
winced. The crone laughed and
"Don't give your really 'truly name,
Gloria blushed a little deeper, but
she was thankful for the hint, and
said so. She advised Royce to do the
same, and she set about trying to
imagine a good nom de patrol wagon.
It was wasted energy for, though
she didn't know it, she was going
right back to the night court she
came from going as a guest and not
as a spectator. At that very moment
the police wires were notifying Judge
Freeman that a raid had been made
and a load of prisoners was coming.
The courtroom was empty. The at
tendants were yawning. The judge
was sentencing a young pickpocket.
He dismissed court, rose and went to
his retiring room. Gloria's father
was there, impatiently looking at his
watch and wondering where on earth
his daughter was. He had searched
for her in vain and returned to the
place of her disappearance. i
. The judge was taking off his robe
.when the attendant called him to the
telephone. He listened, nodded his
head, put up the telephone and turned
"We have to wait a little while.
They have just raided an East side
Pierpont looked at his watch for
the unnumbered time and paced the
floor, humming, "O, Where Is My
Wandering Girl Tonight'"
The old crone had fallen asleep on
Gloria's shoulder, her hat feather was
tickling Gloria's nose. Gloria and
Royce looked at each other. She
snuggled close to him for shelter. He
was very tender with her. She re
coiled, remembering, and said:
"O, I forgot I'm not speaking to
you any more."
Royce tried to appease her. She
turned her back on him. She hated
him immensely, considering how
much she liked him. Then the wagon
backed up. The police yelled, "All
outl" Gloria recognized where she
was. She did not know whether to
.be glad or sad now that she was com
ing into Judge Freeman's power.
The prisoners were hustled down an
alleyway and through an iron door
and upstairs like frightened sheep.
Then they were herded into a big
room of evil odor and appearance.
Gloria cowered before the disgrace
of being one of the common victims
of the law. The law looked differ
ent to her from here, and she felt
almost a sympathy for the disrepu
table crowd that had been gathered
in with her.
Then she saw Frank Mulry. She
had forgotten his existence, to say
nothing of the fact that she had
abused justice and asked the judge
to detain him. Mulry had not seen
her when she whispered to the judge.
The sight of her now at one of a
huddle of tuch wretches made him
question his eyes. "' . s '
He had fled from the tnowt of
Westchester to the palms, of Florida
to escape her, and back again, only
to be caught in a cell as a fellow
prisoner. , But Gloria forgot her own
dubious position in her triumph. She
advanced on him and murmured:
"And now, Mr. Mulry, I have got you
at last. I want to have s few words
"Sit down," he said, offering her a
place on a bench.
"No, thanks," she answered. He
rose, and she demanded:
"What do you know about poor
Mr. Frenau's death that you are
afraid to tell me?" Mulry could not
escape. She would not relent. "Why
did he write me those letters before
he went away? Why did he deceive
me as to where he was going? Where
was he actually going?"
Then, in that strange place, inspi
ration came to Mulry, and he spoke,
the beautiful fie he had not been able
to think of before. He said:
"Miss Stafford, poor Dick had noth
ing dishonorable to conceal from you.
He was ill. His doctor told him he
must have an operation for appendi
citis. He would have to be in a hos
pital. He was afraid that if he told
you that it would endanger youf
health. You were so ill then, and so
frail. So he concocted that imaginary .
business trip, and wrote the letters,
and as I was going on a journey to
our branch offices, he had me mail
them. I only learned of his death
when I returned." '
Gloria almost swooned, with joy.
The explanation.was so like what the
Dick she loved would have done that
she could not doubt it. It was too
beautiful not to be believed. It lighted
the whole -dingy cell with its radiance.
Her Jove for Freneau came back in
a blaze of splendor. She seized Mul
ry's hand and wrung it. She Mid
much more to say to him, but the po
lice began to yell to the prisoners
to come along.
It was a cruel return to haYsh fact,
but she had once more her ideals and
her mission, and she marched into the
court room with the pride of a lithe
empress going to her execution. She
was lost in the crowd, and the judge
did not see her at first. Nor did her
father, who sat at his side.
The police told their story and
thrust Doctor Royce forward as tlie
chief offender. When the judge -saw
him he was astounded; and then
Gloria emerged and the judge sprang
from his desk. Pierpont leaped from
his chair. Of all the places in the
world to find his exquisite childl
The judge asked Gloria to explain.
She moved around behind the bench.
The officer whose hat she had taken
off tried to stop her and force her
into the witness chair. She slapped
at him. He backed away. The judge,
smiling, permitted her to march
through the clerk's gate and back to
his own desk.
Pierpont confronted her, and she
paused to straighten her hat and kiss
him. Then she shook hands with the
gasping judge, drew up a chair, and
sat down to explain while the police
man and the prisoners gaped at her.
Gloria told her story, rising now and
then to point to Choey and the other
thuors. The iudcre tried to keen his
face straight as she denounced Choey
and described his treatment of her
and Doctor Royce.
Judge Freeman calmed Gloria and
"Miss Gloria, what does your honor
wish to have done to this man7"
' I think Doctor Royce has done
enough to him. Better let them all
This was an unexpectedly popular
suggestion. The judge, pondered.
The prisoners pushed forward appeal
ingly. The judge smiled and ordered
everybody discharged. They broke
into loud cheers. The judge banged
his desk with the gavel. The officers
cleared the-court, pushing the whole
crowd out by tBe spectators' gate.
Doctor Royce was called up to the
bench. Pierpont shook his head over
Gloria and was cold to Royce.
Gloria spoke: "Don't blame Doctor
Royce. If it hadn't been for him
heaven knows what would have be
come of me. It's all your fault, judge,
for letting that murderer off. I near
ly got him, and I'll get him yet. I've
got new reasons to go after him."
Pierpont was too tired to ay any
thing but "Let's go home," or to do
(TO BE CONTINUED)
fill th poiltlon of asatttant ciutodlan and
head Janitor, a poult ion left vacant by the
death of Boone Kelly a few weeka ago.
Speak al .Ufler MethodUt CharrhI J.
Copenharve. president of the Trades Unionist
Anti-Boose Learue of Nebraska, will occupy
the pulpit at Lefler Methodist church at
Albright Sunday to speak on the liquor ques
tion. Worklngman Injured by Fall JamB
Dlckerson, a carpenter, fell from a second
story window at one of the lower Douglas
street lodalna houses and fractured his col
larbone. He was taken to the St. Joseph's j
Rastarnera to Stop Hen A party of 100 I
eastern tourists, traveling on a special train, i
will pus through Omaha Sunday en route I
to Yellowstone National pare,. They will
be here thirty minutes during the after
noon, Ooea to Em tea Park I. R. Lines, assistant
secretary of the Young Mm's Christian na
soelatlon, haa gone to Kstes Park, Colo.,
where he will spend his vacation with a
physical culture class In the association
summer school there.
Swipe Watermelon- Levi Ooodehaw and
B. Batey evidently believe In paying good
prices for their refresnments, as each nan
taxed it and coats in ponce court ror taaing
two watermelons from a railroad car at
Ninth and Jackson streets.
Munlcloal Band Concerts Municipal band
concerts will be given Sunday afternoon at
Han scorn and Elm wood parks. It will be
the first concert to be held in Eimwooa.
Tha music will start at !:.0 p. m. later
eating programs have been arranged for
Hastings & Heyden Report
Sales in Benson Gardens
Hastings & Heyden report the sale
of the following tracts in Benson
Archie L. Raller purchaaed tract No. Be,
conelatlng ot one acre and a bungalow, for
Nina If. Hartoll purchaaed lot II. block
l.. ror eseo.
William A. Strlmpla purchaaed traot No.
101 for II. US.
Pranota W. Blalop purchaaed traot No. II
Howard P. HMlop purchaaed traot No, IS
Oeorge Donahue purchaaed lota I and II,
block I. tor 11.171.
Anton Xublllua purchaaed traot No. Ill
Wlllard V. Chaaa purchaaed tract Noa.
lit ana 27t ror uu.
Dora E. Plcuca purchaaed four half-acre I
raola Noa. lei, lit, lit and 171 fur 11.760.
Riding Red Cross,
Special instructions received from
the executive offices at New York
by local agent, V. S. Warner, indi
cate that the American Express com
pany, together with connecting ex
press companies, has thrown open its
entire organization to the aid of the
American Red Cross in getting mili
tary relief supplies to the Mexican
As the various chapters of the Red
Cross organization collect and receive
supplies, they will forward them to
their concentrating depots, which
-have been established at the railroad
centers: New York City- Cincinnati,
Chicago, Kansas City, Denver and
San Francisco. There the supplies
will be assorted. There the supplies
packed, if necessary, for further ship
ment to the distributing depots in
Douglas, Ariz.; El Paso and San An
tonio, Tex. From these distributing
depots final distribution will be made
to the troops at the front.
The American Express company is
rendering further assistance by hav
ing its 10,000 employes all over the
country give prominent display to the
Red Cross placard soliciting contri
butions of supplies, and designating
just what character of matter can be
used to advantage.
train Kllla Three.
Fairmont, Minn., July M Martin Smith,
a farmer near here, and two harveat hande,
whom he had employed late today, were In
atantly killed tonight when a Milwaukee
paaeenger train etruck the farmer'a auto
mobile at a grade croaeing a few mllea from,
. Brttlah Win In Africa.
London, July S3. British troopa operat
ing tn the eaitern section of (ierinan Kaat
Africa have occupied lluhesa and
Amlnl and have captured he whole of the
rjaanbara railway, according to an of
ficial announcement made hero today.
residents of Nebraska
registered at Hotel
Astor during the past
Single Room, without bats.
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Double S3.00 to fo
Singlt Rooms, with ball,
Doubla U-oo to fjm
Parlor, Bedroom and bate,
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At Broadway, 44th to 45th Strew'
tha canter of New York s social and
Business acthntiei. IndoKprasmnjraa
all railway terminals.
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A Brannew Beverage
(Patented April 4th, 11 ) . . . '
Making aa entirely new and naval aeweraga frans the cnatceet
wheat, cans and hope, without fermentation, without sugar,
nat brewed, coa tabling NO ALCOHOL, being tea-(reel not a
"bear," "near bear," ar "temperance bear," with a flavor and
testa af lie awa and being In a class af Ite awn.
GUARANTEED BY US TO BE ABSOLUTELY
' FREE FROM MALT, AND ALCOHOL.
Far aata at all Drug Stereo, Hotels. Soda Fountains and
Salt Drink EstaMlahaseute. A Cooling and Refreeoleg
Beverage. Particularly Suitable for Hot Weather Drink.
ON TAP AND IN BOTTLES.
OMAHA BEVERAGE CO.
eooJ-01S South aotk Street.
Side Station. Omaha, Nek.
-WE GROW WITH CROWING OMAHA."
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