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TIIK KF.K: OMAHA, TTKSDAY. KKimfARY 4 I'M.?.
BRIEF CITY NEWS
Stnck-rnlconer Co., Undertakers. (
Have Hoot Print It Now Itanron I'res.
Llg-htlng- Mxturei, nurg-en-Qrandan Co.
Bailey the Dentist, City Nnfl. D. 2566.
Make Your Saving? Increase your
earnings by Joining the Nebraska Savings
and Loan Ass'n . 1605 Parnam street
Graff ill at Home V, tT. liraff. sup
erintendent of public school?. Is ill at
IiIh home. Ho Is sufferliiK from a sevctv
attack of grippe. Ills physician says lit.4
condition in not dangerous. '
AJden to lecture Tho Oinnha Ail
Hub will meet today noon at tin
Paxton hotel, where, after a hnntiuet.
I'lmrles A. Alden will Kive an Illustrated
lecture on retail advertising.
Clsrar Clerks Held Anna Kudozz and
Katie Suck, clerks In a clKur store at
iKKt Walnut street, were placed under a
.Y suspended fine for selling tobacco au.l
clKurette papers to minors.
rined for Insulting- Women S. S. No
Ian was fined 2T and costs for InsultliiK
women on tho street. Nolan walked up
and down North Twenty-fourth last hIkSu
callltiK every woman he met "chicken."
Hold for Stealing Teola IMward
SteBoman was arreteil by Detective Van
luisen for breaking Into a tool wagon be
longinc to the Omaha Gas company and
MealliiK several valuable tools. Ho was
ntrested while pawning Hi?" stolen prop
erty. Wew Iilg-hts for Postofflcs Superin
tendent of Construction Cramer Is ex
pected to visit the federal building in
Omaha within the next few days, when ho
will further Investigate the needs of tli
Onmha federal building, with especial
reference to the lighting system of th,
corridors In tho postofflce. The chnu
delleis are old and have been referred to
ns "out of date dust traps." A new system
of chandeliers hung from chains Is con
templated. Delegates Like Omaha Delegates to
the national convention of blaster Pnitr
rs ayd Decorators at Denver were tak..-n
on an automobile rldo over Omaha Sun
day morning by R V. Pnrrlsh, manager
of the publicity bureau of tho Commer
cial club. There were 125 In the party,
most of whom camo from eastern cities
and were not well versed In Omaha. John
Theobald of Cincinnati, secretary-treasurer
of tho national association, said ho
wished tho association's convention would
bp bold In Omaha instead of Denver atter
he had i-ccn this city.
Charities Seek Job for Man Miss
Mabel V. Porter, secretary of the Asso
ciated Charities, wants a Job for a big,
robust man who Is suffering from cancer
of the arm and has been unable to find
"oik. He can do watchmun duty, polish
brass, or uny similar position. Tho man's
family Is now being supported by tho
charities. A physician hns nttended the
man dally for three mouths and has paid
for medicine alone $33, gratis. It has
lon suggested that tho man bo sent to
the hospital, but ho pleads for a Job and
tlv charities arc loth to send him to tho
hospital, where ho would be out of tho
are of the physician who has taken an
interest In his case.
OVER HALF OF ALL SICKNESS CAUSED
BY CLOGGED IIP WEAKENED KIDNEYS
Hundreds Are Suffering With Kidney Trouble and Don't
Know It. Backache, Bladder Disorder and
Rheumatism Are the Result.
It Is a well recognized fact among phy
sicians today, that the greater part of all
sickness can be avoided by keeping the
kidneys working properly.
This is even more Important than for
tho bowels to move regularly, because,
the kidneys and bladder are tho filterers
and sewers of tho body. If you suffer
with pains In tho back or sides, bladder
or urinary disorders, lumbago, rheuma
tism, dizziness, puffy swellings under the
eyes or In the feet and ankles, nervous
ness, tired and worn-out feeling, or any
of the many other symptoms of kidney
trouble, don't neglect yourself another
day and run the risk of serious complica
tions. Secure an original package of
Croxone, which costs but a trifle, take
tlirco doses n day, for a few days, and
you will be surprised how entirely dif
ferent you will feel.
Croxone cures the ery worst cases be
Should Have Good
Authorities agree that an oil
the Kayo JLamp is soft and
worK under it tor hours
For Best Result uu
Ask about quantity
price and iron barrels
DR. BRADBURY, DEIM FIST
I .'(in Fa mam St.
Extracting 23c Up
l''llliuu ."Oc l.'p
frowns $2.30 I
KrJtlsowork . . SU.ftti I ,
date $2.00 l'p
OfUA.V 8TUAM8II !.
1.1 JO tons R
. . . i.rK i
C Bfn , . i
me Largest ana finest Steamer 13
I nil I Trip. IM & up. lit cUu xclulrtl
frnbvi 'iloi iwiraar p-t, t
V. illai4 ,.,rry 'laeiJar. t-iRnlQ; "0. II
lite Uuyal .Mail Steam Packet Co,
XNIJI U-i'N .V SDN 'ten .-
bo. Labile St.. Cnlf-aso gi any
lo ai hleamnhl? tukel uct.it
jCONNELL WANTS AMBULANCE;
Shows the Commissioners the Need
of Such a Vehicle.
MAYOR AND BDER APPROVE
lln Vim u t'ni'lllltrft for llnulliiu
I'lltli-nlK Afflicted A 1 1 1 Coii
tntdiiu Uline vt
"The absolute barbarism f th" system
Is disgusting." said Police Commissioner
riyiler to, tho city commlsslm Mondav
when Health Commissioner It. W. Council
explained that the city did it have proper
facilities for caring for persons ill of con
tagious diseases. Connell asked for an
emergency ambulance to haul Mich p-t-tlents
from tho places whero they became
111 to tho pest house or the emergency
In his statement Council declared th.it
he had frequently carried smallpox pi
tleiits in his own automobile, altlioug'i
somo of them were really too sick to
ride In such a manner. He had on four
occasions secured a private anibulaiu e
on tho "agreement that he Would thor
oughly fumigate it. These four itutienla
were so 111 they could not sit up, said
Council 1'Yiirn Coiilnulnn.
Council said a contagion of smallpix
Is threatening tho city owing to tho lack
of facilities to immediately lsolato nil
cases. Two cases were discovered at the
police station last night and another at
the Young Men's Christian association
building. Prisoners In tho city Jail are
being vaccinated and the place Is being
Mayor Dalilman said hp would stand
back of anything that Is needed, and tho
tical tli commissioner will formally re
uuest the commissioners tomorrow to pur
chase an auto ambulanco for the sole
use of patients suffering from contagious
and Infectious diseases.
Maurlco I Ooodbody, bookkeepep at
the Hyron Reed company offices, 212
South Seventeenth stieet, was found to
have contracted smallpox yesterday
and was ordered taken to the penthouse
b Dr. It. V. Connell, city physician,
fiooiibody rooms at tho Young Men'ri
Christian association. He was feellnc
badly when ho came to work and on
being advised to consult a physician
went to I). 1!. H. Holllster, who pro
nounced bis case smallpox. Dr. Connell
Immediately came to the Byron Heed of
fices and ordered everyone to bo vacci
nated and the place fumigated.
SIXTY CITY PRISONERS
REFUSED BY THE SHERIFF
Sixty prisoners from tho city Jail were
refused this morning by the sheriff's of
fice on account of the smallpox scare
that Is prevalent among them. Tho sher
iff acted upon tho advice of the county
physician, who deemed It bo best to lo-ivo
the prisoners where they were until Alio
Ilkllhood of spreading the disease Sub
sided. cause It removes the cause of such .troti
bles. It soaks right in and cleans out
the kidneys and makes them filter out ali
the poisonous waste matter and uric acid
that lodges In tho Joints and muscles,
causing rheumatism; soothes and heals
the bladder and quickly effects n cure.
It Is the most wonderful remedy ever
made for tho purpose. You will find It
entirely different from anything you have
ever used. There Is nothing else on earth
to compare with It. It matters not how
old you are or how long you havo suf
fered, tlie very principle of Croxone Is
such that It is practically Impossible to
take It Into the human system without
You can secure an original package of
Croxone from any first-class drug iitore.
All druggists aro authorized to person
ally return tlie purchase price If Croxone
fails to give tho desired results the very
first time you uso It
Light for Studying
lamp is best. The light from
mellow. You can read or
without hurting your eyes.
LAMP is constructed scientifically.
It is the best lamp made yet inexpen
sive and economical.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
I'lione lious. IT.'O
Missing TfPth Mipjillert
rrllhnut I'late or ItrltJgc
(Turk. .Verve rcniuveil
ivlthotit pain. Work gunr.
miM-ril ten year.
Prompt, Sate Relief
No mmtUr what cane your trbinff brad ex
rniv bnun jr, n-ervoasni, Indurvition, mMt,
pipp. coryxa. effect of TeMMul ;&- -orfor
all -wtidltieni whero pautU prommi.t &cut or
cLromc iltounuticm, neuralgia, cut, etc
rr wendcrf'il,eent. Prompt ndMfopainrtlincn
Aak Any Drusslat For r
IQl & JSi. I ( I sch.i tiujin
Breaks a Cold in a
I'lrM loso of Pnpe's Cold Coiupnuiitl
relievos alt rlppo misery
Contain-; no Quinine.
After the er first dose of Pape'.i
Cold Compound" you distinctly feel tho
cold breaking and uU tho disagreeable
grippe systems leaving.
it Is a positive fact that a doo of
Papo's Cold Compound taken every two
hours until three consecutive doses are
taken will cme Urippc or broali up the
most severect'ld, either In tho head,
chest, back stomach jr limbs.
it promptly ends tho most miserable
headache, dullness, head and hojo stuffed
up. fcverlshii'-ss, iiieeiing, running of
tioJo. mucous catarrhal discharges, sore
ness, stiffness and rheumatic twinges.
. Take this wonderful Compound with
the knowledge thnt theio Is nothing else
In tho world which will cine our cold
or end Grlppo misery as promptly and
without any other assistance or bod (-f.
feels as a 2o-ccnt package of Papo's Cold
Compound, which any druggist can sup
ply It contain no nulnlne be sure you
get what you ak for accept no substl--tule
belongs In every home. Tostes nice
acts gently Advertisement.
CEMENT SHOW IS ABOUT SET
Finishing Touches Being Put on Ex
hibition at Auditorium.
ENTERTAINMENTS ARE PLANNED
Vine nt I'nrrs' Convention to Open
fur Three lliiyn' Sc-smIoh nt tin
Hold Home Weitiirsilny
The Midwest Cement show will be
opened at the Auditorium today and
last until Saturday. The finishing
touches are being put to the many ex
hibits and the promoters of tho show
say everything will be In readiness for tho
crowd at the oonlng night. Hri-en's
band has been engaged to give oenccrts
every evening and several other enter
tainments havo been planned for the
amusement of the general public. Moving
pictures of tho const Miction of the Pan
ama canal and the Keokuk dam will be
shown each afternoon nnd evening on
the Auditorium stage. Tho Know Omaha
film also will bo a feature of the show.
I'eter Palmer of Oakland, president of
tho Nebraska Cement Users' association,
has completed a miniature concrete house,
which will be on display at the show. It
Is a seven-room structure,4x3 feet around
nnd Is niailo throughout with concrete,
with the exception of the walls and ceil
ings, which are of marble.
The Nebraska Cement I'sors' convention
will begin for three days at the Hotel
Homo Wednesday morning.
CREIGHTON FOOT BALL STAR
TO BE DEPUTY SHERIFF
John H. Hopkins, student in the Creigh
ton university college of law and foot
ball Idol of the university, will be ap
pointed deputy sheriff to succeed Adam
Sloup, who has been named deputy stnto
oil Inspector. Hopkins has arranged 'o
contlnuo his studies in the law college,
though ho will bo unable to attend
classes. Ho has been working afternoons
In department stores to enrn his wny
Sheriff McShnne Is out of the city, but
friends of his say he told them before ho
went that Hopkins will succeed Sloup.
Hopkins said ho bnd not been officially
given the appointment, but expected it
U. P. TELEGRAPHERS WANT
DOUBLE PAY FOR OVERTIME
Union Pacific telegraphers are at head
quarters conferring on tho wage ques
tion. The monthly wage Is satisfactory,
but an Increase In tho pay for overtime
Is nsked. It Is said the men arc asking
double pay for overtime. Instead of pay
and one-half pay ns allowed at present.
A Iti-i-nU for 1,1 her ty
from stomach, liver nnd kidney trouble is
mude when a 23c box of Dr. Klng'B New
Kite Pills is bought Why suffer? For
sale by Beaton Drug Co. Advertisement.
The highest point of woman's hap
piness is reached only through moth
erhood, In tho clasping of her child
within her arms. Yet the mothor-to-ibo
is often fearful of nature's ordeal
, and ("brinks from tho suffering inci
i dent to Its consummation. But for
laaturo's ills and discomforts naturo
1 provides remedies, and in Mother'
'Friend Is to bo found a mcdicina of
! groat valuo to every expectant mother,
lit is an emulsion for external
application, composed of ingredients
which act with bcncflcial and sooth
i Irifc effect on thor.o portions of tho
system involved. It is intended to
prepare tho system for tho crisis, and
thus relievo, in great part, the suffer
J ing through which tho mother usually
passes. Tho regular use of Mother's
Friend will repay any mother in tho
1 comfort it affords before, and tho help
ful restoration to health and strength
.it brings about after baby comes.
;is for aalo at
Wrlto for our
free book for
cxpet tant moth
ers which contains much valuable
j Information, and many suggestions of
a helpful nature.
BRADF1L'.D REGULATOR CO.. Allutt, Ga.
rest and health to MOTHERAND CHILD
Xilid, WlStUUWi bUUrili.NU STIILr Sl
I t..u id (ur o.r sJIXTV VtAlla ill illUUlO-S
ti ilorilEKi iir tur ciuuini:..' wu.N
Ll.TIII.(i. with fCKKKlT SUCLtSS. i
IUOTIIE3 III. CIIIL.&. bOtTKNS lb. UUUS. ALr
. iJtVS all PAIN, t-LIIKi WI.NU CULIC, sal i
l.i. tn int-ity lur UIAIIKII JKA it I. bv
luicif Imiu.1.11. 1st .ur. tnd ok Car 'Hit.
VVllto fMi.ltll4 t'YIUP. . ("1 UM 4.J wlttf
1 IU4. Twri.tr 'n .t. . j4llt.
BURLINGTON ROAD IS VEXED
Stealing of Cars by Elevator Men
Arouses Officials of System.
ISSUES THREATS IF CONTINUED j
ttuml sn It Will llt'luor tit srn.l j
t'nr tii Mntliin Ioiik I.I in"
Wtir NpimIci! I nil'" tin"
t'rnt'lli'p Ik Mopi'i'il. i
Th HiirlltiKlon hns rvtiliil n phtn (
li which It ho'f to rollovp tlio box car
i liortnRi. at leant no far if Its MyMrin is
conreriiH. Klovatur it ml Kraltt turn iIi-Mk-nato
it as it throat that will not ho put
to tho tout nntl railroad tnon a.ty that
It is it bluff which will bo willed, for
other linos will not nnlto In the nchcmc.
This nioriittn; n lrttor wont out to all
of tho Ki-ntn doulcr In Omnlm and Uinnh.t
territory, as well as to tho toproinMilii
tlvos of r.illroads oprratliiR In and out of
Omaha. This loiter cautions tho Btalu
men nualnst stoallim Huillnttton curs and
Informs them that If tho practice Is con
tinued no more oiiulpiiiont will bo f tit -nWheil
for inovliiK Krain. neither In nr
out. It noes still further and Informs tho
Kinln films that operate linos of elovaton
that If curs of tho Hiirlltmton lire stolen
In Omaha, or elsewhere, that no ears will
be set In nt stations on tho nurllnfrton
lines whero tho elevators and warehouses
are locati.l and that the (train will not
bo hauled from these points, at least by
(ioliiK n little further, tho HurlliiKton
letter Informs irrnln dealers that If the
company cars are loaded without consent
and permission, tho load taUlnR tho ttraln
out will b prohibited fiom IshuIiik bills
of lading and consequently such cat a will
not move from tho sldltnrs on which
Other lion da Do N" Join.
None of the other roads have Joined tho
HurlliiKton In Its now move and according
to tho officials none will. They aRrc
that If all would Join a move of this Kind
could bn made effective, but they doubt
Its advisability at this time, when thero
Is so much Ki-aJn to be moved In and out
of Omaha nnd so few cars that arc avail
able. They also take the position thnt
It will bo Impossible for the HurllnBton
to enforce tho order, contending that It
a-:rnln or elevator man asks the Hur
llngton for c.trs it will have to yupplv
them If they are nvnllahle. If not so.
furnished, tho matter will go to the Stnte
Hallway commission nnd a mandator
order will at onco go out.
How enrn Are Stolen.
Most of the stealing of cars comes in
this way. A cniislRilrncnt will come to
Omaha from Nebraska or some of the
surrounding states. It will be consigned
to some elevator company hero and will
be set In on that company's warehouse
siding nnd unlonded. Then, Instead nf
the car being sent back to tho rallroal'
company to which It belongs nnd which
brought It In. It will be loaded and sent
out, regardless of tho road that It has to
go over to reach Its destination.
Tho Hurllngton contends thnt olevaOr
companies, nfter receiving tho notice,
daro not bill its cars out over other roads
und that other roads daro not haul thcirf.
Klevator men take a different view of
the situation; they say they can bill out
any car they find to load and nny rail
road will haul It. Hallroad men. nrldo
from those of tho Uurllnston. agreo with
the elevator men on this point.
The students of Bellevuo are bcBlnnlnsr
a now semester woik this week. The
midterm examinations were completed
last Friday. Tho examination" covered
a period of three days and were excep
tionally severe. The new semester com
menced February 3 and ends June i.
Tho young women of the colltgo gavt
u mandolin recital Tuesday evening of
last week under tho direction of Mla
Allen of the music department, who was
assisted by Miss Fitch of the department
of dramatic expression. Tho audience In
attendance was largely compowed of vil
lagers nnd was tho largest which has
nttended any of the college cnlortaln-
mnliln tills VCIU'.
The concreting of the swimming pool
In the now gymnasium was begun Tues-
day of lust week nnd wns nearly com-
piclod, whon work had to be suspended J
on nccotint of tho severity of the weather. .
The base, composed of a rich mixture of
. oncrete was entirely completed nnd nil
hut the bottom was covered with tho two I
t-.iicreedlng conts. The pool Is sixty feet
long by thirty feet wide and of regu
lation depth, with showers and loeke
room adjoining. Woik will be resumed
as eoon as the weather will permit.
Harry Mot tor, ex-foot ball captain
wns on the hill for n brief visit Krida
and Saturday of Inst week, and ni
nouiu'.d h'.s Intention of returning
tihool next fall, preparatory to tnltliiK
up the study of law. Morter's return
greatly lncicuo the Mreimtli of next
year's team, as he was regarded as one
of the cleverest halfbacks who ever wore
tt.e purple nnd gold when in school. TIk
last thiee years he has been teaclilm,
school In the wotern I'art of tho state
urn! I oldlng down u claim
Charter Making View
by Victor Rosewater'
Answeiliig Inquiry as to the filing of his
nnmo to go on the charier convention
ballot. Vlctod llosewater, editor of The
Ilec, says: '
"I suppose everyone whose name has
been filed consented only on urgent .
solli'ltutlnn of friends. For mysolf. I
have no axe to grind nnd am not hunting
ntiv lob. Some people have sought to ,
persuade me that I can be of service in
drafting our flrst home rule chaittr nnd
that I owe It as a duty to my native cltv
to contribute that service. If agreement
could be reached for a satisfactory set t.f
charter makers I would be glad to step
Committee to Lobby
j On Compensation Bill
Tho Omaha Manufacturers' association
yesterday appointed a committee to lubby
1 at Lincoln for a sutlsfuctory workmeli's
I ctnnpenrntlon and employer' liability
I act. F. 12. Sanborn, vice president of thu
I association, was niiult- ohulrinuu of the
i rommlttee, which Is composed of F. H.
, Knapp, J. . Towl, A. C. fcoott, C. W.
Kusscll. J W. Monaghau and F. It. Vlel-
, ling The commltten will go to Lincoln j
Wednesday night, where It wl' cj.ife. I
',1th the IcKUlatorK- '
I'ii' ftrta Ad
I I , It t'-in i
t tui.. l
The Mutual Life
of New York.
Record of 1912
Tlu HoM nf the 7(Mh your of llio oltlorft oompimy in A morion shows ninounl of in
stiniiioo in foreo $l,r)f0,88K,(H.'l-n gain of !flf,!)l 11,401 nhd nn inoronsod amount of
now insurnnec paitl-for (hiring; tho year, $157,0(57,812.'!, including restorations, inuronHOs
and dividend additions a gain of $1(t.0o:t,4o2. Other notable features of tho year's
Admitted Assets. $599,125,046.26
Policy Reserves. 482.570.537.00
Total Income. 86.446.513.74
Total Disbursements. 71.672.098.91
PaAinonts to policyholders, $(O,0(5f),48a.!H5, include dividends paid to the amount
of $ir),(XH,l2SO.l2r); while the sum of $17,:!(58,()4(5.);! has been apportioned for dividends
payable in UM.'I an increase over the amount paid in 1912 of $2,3(51, 7(5(5.(58, and a larger
sum than has ever been apportioned for dividends in a single year by any other com
pany in the world.
lAians on Policies
Interest and Hnts Due and
Premiums in course of collection
Oash ($1,889,812.54 at in- .
l)opo8itod to pay policy
claims .' (513,5(5(5.93
Total admitted assets. .$599,125,046.26
WAITE H. SQUIER, Manager
Brandeis Building, Omaha, Nob.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY of NEW YORK
Home Office, 34 Nassau Street. New York, N. Y.
LOW FARE BILL LAID OYER
Commissioners Ask Both Sides to
Present Statistics on Car Fare.
ONE CLUB WANTS MORE LINES
Mnu Apiirnr nrfore Council to I'm
trot AKnlnt a Ilrtlnctton of the
Hatrn -7.lin.mnn Talk for
Aftor lUtenitiR for two hour to nrB'i
inetits on tho ordinance Introduced by in
iuest of nocluIlstH to reduce the futcn (or
rldliiK on utrret crit from five rrnts to
hovoii for it nunrtcr thn city commlniilor
ycnterdny deferred notion Indefinitely
und requested both nicies of the contro
versy to present itntlatlCH to thu coin
nilRsloneiH for consideration.
Hurry H. Jininnn led the advocate! of
the ordinance and lie was aupported lv
Thor JorKeiineii. Hoclnllat. An overwhelm
ing majority ppuiircd to protest nnnlnst
the paasage of Oih ordinance. Thev
repienented Improvement fltibn of the city
c.id declared they were In favor of os
tcnulotift unhampered by nny leslnlatlcn
now, adverito to the street railway com
pany. Home of I hone who protected against
W JF dill Attt
v .mr JKf mKf Jtr
Old Golden Coffee
The second process is in roasting And selling. We roast and ship small amounts daily
rather than roast a year's supply at once. The third protection is the air-tight package.
The foirrth protection is the result of the first three the enormous demand for Tone's Coffea
does not let it stand long on your grocer's shelf it's always fresh for that reason alone.
In no other way can coffee be at its beet and in np other way could we belter Tone's Old
Golden. We could make more profit by eliminating some of these processes, but ths
enviable imputation of Tone's Cfcftde has been built by them and we intend to maintain it.
Get a puchage of Tone ',OW Golden Coffee at your grocer's.
TONE BROS., Des Moines, Iowa
Millers of Tone's Spices
Sheet December 31st, 1912
Kcnts paid in advance . . .
Miscellaneous Liabilities . . .
Estimated Taxes, Licenses,
etc., payable in 1913
Dividends payable in 1913. .
the ordinance wore: Thomas. A. HuK
nhaw. T. II arenvlllc, C5. W. Elrod, V
P. Dunn, A. M. Itlchnrtl. O. Krynold. It
li Coutthcy. K. V. Fitch. U. J. Huberts,
Oscar Plcknrd, J. II. llootlntra. nud I.. A.
I.eussler, tho latter spcttklnir foi; the
atreet railway company ns nn official of
The following: protest wns read from
thn Kortheuat Improvement club, sinned
by the first eight men named above:
In the matter nf the pending" nKltntlon
for a reduction In street car fares, tho
Northeast Improvement club respectfully
petitions your honorable body .t to en
courage. thesamr. We deem UiU nh'.tti
tlnn Inopportune and tiucallnl for. We
want a chance to ride on morn linen fir
n nickel and not to ride for less thitn n
nickel. We doubt If Omaha people hno
yet arrived nt the hnblt of dividing n
nickel nnd we fenr that that habit would
In the end lead more to the loss of the
laboring man and woman than to their
l.eii.Kler Una I'ltfurrs.
Mr. I.eusslfr produced flgnlrevi to rt'fute
former-assertlon that the street car qoirc
puny could carry pasaenRers at a profit
for 1 cent each, lie said thn salurlen of
conductors and motorineit nlona whs
nearly 1 centi per passenger.'
Mr. Z I in in an answered he arKumenm
In a paper read Ijy President O. W. Wat
tles of the street ,oar company a week
itKo. lit) defended lK))ltlrla!is, caj lnir luey
had made t til h country what It Is. Ti'
dlHhonest politicians, he n?erted, wero
Taste and Flavor
Four Times Protected
Old Golden Coffee comes to you full bodied
'fresh from the roaster, with the true coffee
goodness intact. Four precautions insure this.
The first is Nature's. She covers the coffee
bean with a minutely thin skin. Soon after
the bean is cut it loses its original taste. So
Old Golden Coffee is sold unground.
Net Policy Unserves $482,570,537.00
Other Policy Liabilities . . . 8,902,784.95
Premiums, Interest, and
Koscrvo for future Deferred
Reserve for Contingencies. 12,546,0(52.02
Total Liabilities $599,125,046.26
lurKely inailo dlshonost by corporations
Ho snld the street car company co.i
tended It had a perpetual franchise, and
tho statement by Mr. Wnttlcs thnt thn
compsjiy was not now asking for a fran
chise was Hindu to deceive the council.
Further, he uEsertcd that thu number
of cars In use had been decreased from
400 In 1K to ,183 this year. Leuasler, c
plnlnliiK this, said when thn 1900 report
wiiH made It Included enrs owned by th'i
compnny, and ninny of these cars wera
thu old ont-H. which hud been taken out
of service nnd had been replaced by no.v
STARTS SUIT TO ANNUL
MARRIAGE TO BIGAMIST
oretla A. Uannlly bus nturted Hull In
the Douglas county district court to
annul her marrlagn with William Caryl
dott. who Is now serving a sentence In
tho Iowa state penitentiary for bigamy,
I'nder the name of William Caryl Gott
lie took MIsh Damihy to Council Bluffs
and married her on September 23, last
year. Shu know nothing of Ills former
marriage until he wns arrested November
7 by thn Council Muffs police. Then she
learned that the tltnn of Ills marriage to
her ho ulrendy had a wlfo living, Oer
trude Walworth of New York state. Gott
wiih convicted nnd sent to tho ptnlten
tlary for five yours.