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T1IK OMAHA DAILY BCr.: MONDAY, miCEMr.EH 1. 1!HI2.
Mi To) T7 nAn " v "'m"'v r""i" n Made by a new malting process, in a new malt-house, under absolutely perfect conditions. Our malting process requires eight days at an increased cost of 20 . per cent over other methods of four and five days. The better the malt the better the beer. GOLF IS NOT THE ONLY CAME Field Club Member Want llfoofrtition ftr Other Outdoor EporU laswrareate Who I ( Ainlr Ex. rla.lve roller I-at Vr.r W ill Make Deasaad far I kaaae. hair and th toUl of those with balr ef are of the ether color until I had rear-bed a grand total of f.V). Whea I left Chicago I set the day's trtala down In notebook. The Bfit city I visited Milwaukee and J I did the mic there for ore day. And 1 I haTe dne It In evry town that I have 1 nine Tteiud for a first tiire. or rather a DEBATE PROMISED AT ANNUAL MEETING ! fim ,lm' ,DC' 1 making thi. cennt. I End It a paving investment for. uncie though It mir feem. cuMomer will nearly always be readily IntTeeted with the tale. "Aa for the figures." ssld Mr. Nichols, taking out a amall notebook, "hre ar some of them. ?n Atlanta. Ga , I noted among f00 women i?t with the red or pro nounced auburn hade; In Louisville, Kj., ; In Tampa, Fla.. ; In Sao rranclaoJ, 5; la New York. 5: In Chlcseo, 54: In Denver, 51; In Milwaukee and Des Moines, 40: In Pittsburg and Omaha only 45. Can acrbody in Omaha explain that?" mam, wiiiMsagjimw When the members of the Omaha Field club meet Wednesday evening at the Com mercial club rooms to elect officers there will probably be a lively contest between the admirers of golf and those members who desire the club to promote other forms of athletic sport as well. The champions of the general athletic games are hrkded by John Francis of the Burlington railroad and others who joined the club at its or ganization. These men play golf to a cer tain extent, but they do not want the Field club limited in Its work to that one game and have endeavored to keep alive a num ber of sports since the grounds were opened. LyMe 1. Abbott, who Is energetic In his position on this, says: "We expect there will be a contest over the election of officers, especislly the seven members of the board of trustees, who will have the policy of the club In charge for the coming year. When the club was or ganized It was with the understanding that It would not be limited to golf, but for the last year but promot mlrer of base ball and have tried to main tain a club. When we proposed to pur chase balls the board was very reluctant Telea-raphrra Get larrea.e. MILWAUKEE, Not. 10. All telegraph operators on the Wisconsin Central have been granted an increase in salary amount ing to $5 a month. The advance haa al ready gone Into effect. McD. ..uk.t-u , eun. uui ior lur ana u required trie romt it bis practically done nothing half a doten of.rers to qui Although John McDonald of CJ South Nineteenth ttreet had Jurt flMfhed thlrtv day. in the county jail for arau)t he stralrhtway proceeded to get into mnre trouble. According to the Ptnrv of Mark ; Pless. who has a bekery at lTU St. Marv avj-nve. he waa aeleep at hie rteek In the bakery, when he was awakened bv Mc- Donald, who was In the act of fllchirg silver dollar from the till. At the police ' elation McDonald vigorously resisted belnj ' searched, .rolBllv when It came to bis ; shoes, in which nidden plnoe he carried ti ana u required tne combined effort, of let him without continued the Trill unH tim , urun inuniy to oiscourse about his Teu j tonic birth and American rltlienehip. end- i.p (.iiit-rinf; lu w agfr 11') ici.ona!d to issue the money, the cricketers hsve force. He grew worse, until It was neees found the same difficulty and the admirers tTy ,0 n,m ,n cntody upim the of lawn tenula have had to fight for what ; Ch""K' f drunlt nJ tA" they needed. At the game time we have! Well K.awa I. .. apent 11.000 to secure golf links and have K.-wm I. oaaa. of $40 a day. Golf is all right, but that is ; Swift e racking house, was orm iv . not the only tame, and we .re ritifninii : reeldfnt of (.hnaha. He to see if the member, wil, stand for such ! r.oh Tw'enh0, "to discrimination It costs money to main- i city tain golf links and no one objects to an His familv conclMed of . wif nri two children. He came to Oman, from expenditure of an amount necessary to j o.nTClen V rty up me grounas as tney were nrst - nicago. inert be neenme asulittant planned, but we do object to spending OVERWORK ARM OFFICERS engineer officer ia stationed not at head quarters, but is in command of a battalion of engineers at Fort Leavenworth and makes occasional tripa to the bcadquar- Hekdgwtfi Department of the Missouri ii len- th r0"1'" of the office being Hot Properly Mancei STAFF IS SH9RT AND DUTIES ARE ONEROUS ar Drsutwrat Jkdtbwrltlea Da t c;It Prasrr Heeoajwltlow t the in rta.rc ot the Laval Arawy Hra4urttn. There ia considerable complaint among wfflcers of the army stationed at the head quart era of the Department of the Mis souri that thia department does sot re elve the attention from the War depart ment Ha importance wronld seen, to Jus tify. The officers In responsible positions la the department are loth to talk of the fael-.ng wUch they hold and It ia hard to get an expression from them upon the subject, but they are not alwaya dose mouthed, and officera who occasionally visit oeaiuarters are aol to hackward of speak ing of the feeling which they find here on the subject. One of theae visit lng offl twra. speaking of the natter, said the other lay: There Is no doubt that the officera at the headquarters of the Department of the Mieeouri feel that the denartmeat ts sMghted by the War department. An In apenion of the roaiers of the other de partments will show that the general atafis of thsse departments are better filled than those of the Department of the Missouri. It Is nothing unusual at Omaha to find one man holding three or tour general staff positions, and this man ia often one of the personal aides of the commanding general. This means that he can only give superfi cial attention to the work In any of the departroenta, leaving the work to be done by clerka, who are more or less familiar with the routine, hot have no personal re sponsibility such as Is required of the offi cer. When the troops were all In the Phil ippines many of the departments were la the same condition, hut since the return of a large number of those troopa and the releasing of staff officera there la little or Be excuse for the condition at Omaha. It dee not exist la other depart man La. Fa vara far Chlcaa. "On ot the officera stationed at head- qui rtera said to me that It aeema that the Department of the Kiaaourl aoust take position subordinate to almost every other f-arttBat ia the eountrw, and that the War department seems to consider a de aartmeat ot the army important according te the etc of th city In which th head anarter ar located, regardless of the am her of troops r posts In the depart sent. He Illustrated his point by aaylng that la the Department of the Lake, whoa, haadanartera av located at Chicago, the general staff ia kept comparatively tilled, while that department haa neither the number of troopa nor the number of posts within Ita borders aa thoa la this depart meat. At the pre seat tim there I mock work In th engineer' me, hat th chief In charge of one of the aides of the com manding general. Be fort the Spanish war three paymasters were Stationed at Omaha. It has been only receutly that two have been stationed here and one of them was removed, so that it became necessary to call upon the paymaster at St. Louis to visit posts in the northern part of the j ship is now 500, department when a number of aoMiers were to be paid off. Although a considerable quantity of meat and packing house prod ucts are purchased in Omaha, there is but one officer of the commissary department regularly stationed here, while there are several at Chicago. "There is a report in army' circles that representations on this subject will be made to the War department, with the purpose of Impressing upon the people in charge the necessity for incrsasing the number ot officera at these headquarters and ot showing them that the importance of the department does not depend upon the size of the town where the headquar ters ar located." money for golf to the exclusion of all other games, and we are going to make this an Issue in the coming election." At the meeting there are to be elected a president, rice president, secretary, treasurer and seven director. For presi dent there have been mentioned W. 8. Sun derland. Jay D. Foster, Lysle I. Abbot: and C. K. Vrquhart. If Abbott Is chosen president a new vice president will have to be elected. Byron Hastings, the president secretary, has no opposition for that place and neither has Philip Potter, the treasurer. The member- the legal limit, and there Tit r- chasing agent, which position be held at the time of his death. 77rJ says of Presto I made biscuit and poporer from Presto. We all liked them. It certainly ia excellent. It the best I ever nsed. There' a delicate test to them that you can't get by the ordinary way. Washing-ton. D. C Octobar aalk, ssaa. (Sigaad atottie Brtnrm, ia eaaptay ef Oea. Naltaa K. Milaa. What does your cook say ? TbeH-O! P . ! P Company Is a waiting list. It Is expected that a few of the members will resign and that a number of new ones will be elected after the annual meeting. Heals as Vr Macte. If a pain, sore, wound, burn, acald. cut or' piles distress you, Bucklen's Arnica Salve will cure It. or no pay. iie. For sale by Kuhn Ce. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Neb.. Is at the banker of Madrid, Neb., John Mills of Geneva Murray. W. Beaumont, is In the eliy. Mike Elmore of Alliance is In Omaha on a business errand. IT. J. V. Beghtol of Kearney was in Omaha yesterday. R. and Mrs. Smith from Yankton. 8 D . are at the Uellone. ' F. McCarthy and Mrs. McCarthy from Nebraska City are at the Her Grand. E. T. McCarthy, a capitalist and mine owner from i-a(jood, 6. D., la at the Mil lard. 8. Harris of Fullerton, secretary to for mer Assistant Secretary of War Meikle john. is at the Millard. Stephen Jenkins and mother of Alma, J C. Loughlln of A h land. C. E. avls of Lincoln and J. M. Neisnn of Harvard are among Nebraakans at the Merchants. A. L. Webb, a former Omahan who haa epent recent aeaaons as steward of the 1U ng ling show, is at the Millard, accom panied by hia cister. Muta Venus Webb. Mias Eva O Sullivan, accompanying her Invalid brother Ray to theij home In West Point, Neb., was at the Iellone hotel ytB tenia y. having stopped for a day a rest on account of the iovalid'a weakened condi tion. Ray Khmer, a barber living at the RovaJ hotel, encountered a mishap while out driv ing with a horse and buggy about 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon. HU horse waa fright ened and became unmanageable, and Mr. Klaner was thrown violently to the ground, but receiving do further injuries than bruiaes. After these were attended to at the police station he waa able to return to hia apart men la. Praas dlspa-tche announce that Captain liroie nuirneaoa aas amveo in ivew lor rrom tne uneni. captain Hutcneaon waa for a long time prior te and sfter the Spanish war oa duty at hoajquturit-ra of the Department of the Missouri and left her to Join hie regiment in the Philip pines. Arriving there he was placed on the staff of General Chaffe and went with the army to China, baing stationed for some tlma at Pekln. He returm-d to staff duty in the Philip-tines. Daa'l Aecept Coanterfelt . For plies. sVin diseases, sores, cuts bruises, burns and other wounds nothing equals DeWltt's Witch Hazel Salve. Don't accept counterfeits. None genuine except DeWltt's. "I have suffered since 1865 with protruding, bleeding piles and until recently could find no permanent relief." says J. F. Gerall of St. Paul. Ark. "Finally I tried DeWitt s Witch Hazel Salve, which soon completely cured me." Maatr4 la South Omaha. Charles Eppsteln. living at 27i Oak street, was arrestt-d yesterday l.y the local police at the reiuet of the South Omaha authori ties, oy wnom ne te accuse! of larrenv as bailee. It Is chwrged that Kppateln eold a i cow which had been entrusted to his keep- i lng hy a resident of South Omaha, and I that he converted to his own use $65 whih I he received as the purchase price of the ir.lmal. He was at once taken to teouth Omaha. INSURE AND KILL CHILDREN Peaa.ylvaala Pareate Mast Charite ot Doable Starrier. Faee OMAHA SUBURBS. norf.fr. Miss Blanche Warller vialted friends In Herman this week. L. N. Warller waa a business visitor la Tekamah Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weber of Wsvne. Neb., are visiting relatives here this week. 1 chemical Mrs. w. K. Wall and daughter Ruth and Miss Edna Price were business visitors In Omaha Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Davis of La Hoya. PHILADELPHIA. Nov. JO. After an In vestigation into the death of Annie Wil lUtn. aged , and her J-year-old sister Josephine on October 11 and Ji, the police have detained the parents of the dead children. The father was taken into custody late last night and the wife was removed to a police station today along with her other three small children. Annie and Josephine died ot what the attending physician thinka was poison. A analysis tended to prove the doctor s theory and the arrest of the par ents followed. It is said the dead children were Insured. RED-HEADED WOMEN IN OMAHA Travella Mam Who Xotlees Tibia a Pays They Ar Reaiarkakly Searc Here. S. Raymond Nichols is authority for the declaration that Omaha has a less per cent of red haired girls than any other city of its class In the I'nlted States, except Pitts burg. "I don't pretend to explain why this is true," said Mr. Nichols, a guest at the Schlitz hotel, "but it Is. so ear as my olaervatioa has gone. Two years ago a party of traveling men happened to have assembled at a Chicago hotel and a hair tonic salesman who was in the bunch started to talking of dyes that were used and that led to a discussion of the colors of hair. Finally somebody asked what per cent of women had red hair. Notsdy knew, but everybody wanted to. Somebody pro posed that we make observation and find cut. We all promised to do It, but the others forgot their promise within the week. I wa always something of a crank on that sort of thing and I started ia to make good. "t began ia Chicago that next morning and kept count of the first 600 women who passed near enough to me that day for me to notice the color ef their hair without making special effort. I haTe a good head for figures and the counting quickly be came a mere mechanical proocia ot adding, one by one, to the total of those with red Cel., spent the past week here, the guests the elder one for Iltf and the younger for VI aa vaa uo a.a.wr iiviuo, - A Mr. and Mrs. Frank Taylor of Tekamah 1 spent Thanksgiving here visiting Mrs. Tay- 1 ."T" lor s parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Leach. j PENSIONS Mr. and Mrs. Joh;, Bondesen and i A " , Y . . ...... T-1- . , . , ' with their daughter, Mrs. C. A. Victors. Miss Blanche I. Taylor Is spending a couple of weeks vixlung her eister. Mrs. Carrie Chandler, who Uvea at Hancock, la. Mr. and Mrs." C J:' Keirle end children returned home this week from several 1 weeks' visit with relatives at Kenilund, ' lnd., and Chicago. I FOR WESTERNERS arvlvars at the Ware Ceaeraaaly Reaaeaahered ky the Geaeral GaTtraaesl. WASHINGTON, Nor. 80. (Special) The following pensions have been granted: The volunteer fire department, bos com- I Nebraska- I norV.r ,i.- . , pany No. 1 and the hJok and ladder com- ' Bchmid Duncan m 'w'wnVr C Jae5 - t ji.. riun iirn via. r rvurv. m. A Giant's Struggle It is a highly dramatic story and brings into play the strongest passions ot strong men in struggle greed, ambition, con spiracy love of conquest--with the trag edies and hatreds that are sure to follow. In 1858 the first oil well was drilled and thousands rushed into the oil regions and made fortunes. Hut one man, with the great imagination tliat makes poets, inventors, artists, generals, and leaders of every sort, and with sure instinct for strategy, laid his lines to get control. Ilis adTances were contested as stoutly as any battle that was eTer fought and the struggle cost lives and fortunes and the happiness of thousands. But he won and the result is the fl 10.000.000 Standard Oil Trust that controla almost the entire oil Induatryof the country, owns its owa vessels, rare, wharfs, and 3D. 000 miles ot pipe line; controls railroads, owns big blocks la the steel trust. Is now financiering the beef trust, and only last month, came to the rescue 1 a Wall 8treet panic tained in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter 1 Weber Tuesday evening. The evening sped ; quickly by with music and song, after which a dainty lunch was served by the hostess. Among the Invited guests were: Captain and Mrs. Reynolds, Mr. and Mra. J. b. Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Weber, sr., Mr. and Mrs. Iavls of La Hoya, Cel., Mr. and i Mrs. waiter v erer or wavne. Neb.. Mrs, U. J. Hunt. Mrs. A. C. Gnffln and Mrs. C. A. Victors. Iowa: Orltrtnal John T ln,k n-j bine. $11. Increase, reissue, etc. Elijah F Uant, Coon Rapids, IS; George Wood. Alli son, 110; William A. Tade. HlllslK.ro. in Abraham McKeever, Osceola. ti. Wldsws minors and dependent relatives tilxa Bunch. Ottumwa, in:; Nancy J. Qilleland. interact Is. LOCAL BREVITIES. Bleeding freely from a scalp wound and with a decidedly sore looking spot upon the left cheek, Tom Manning, who gave his ad dress as Boston, Mubk., makes complaint that on Saturday night he was severely manhandled by one Louts Cohen, who ejected him from the Chicago lodging house. Cohen gave bail In fcS lor appear ance on Monday. Pete Ward of Seventh and Webster frankly admits he is a drinking man. never theless he believes in the reign of Justice This he claims t. V. Dawcon wfcned to deny him Saturday night at a saloon on the corner of Thirteenth and Dodge, when the latter took unlawful posseoslon of Ward's hat a good one and left In Its sieaa an inienor arucie. An ofTicer arcom panieo vi ara Eislaaat low froaa ladlaas. All this is powerfully and dramatically and thoroughly told in Miss Ada M. Tarbeir "Rise of the Standard Oil Com pany" now running in McClure's. Each number gives a complete episode. You and any one can : understand it no knowedge of business GENOA, Neb., Nov. -To the Editor of The Bee: In all faimeas to the Genoa In dian foot ball team I desire to slate that It wss not the first team that played with ; btromshurg on Thanksgiving dav. Thera SaVor.? oegin at any time, memoers of the second team n, or.. - f . -" Miu VUi uuiu in aecona nair. A me account or tna game aa given in Th rw-c vi tne irm wouia give the impression mat n was tne nrst lea Btromsburg we would I you make correction. On behalf of the Genoa second team I de sire to state that the Strorasburg players sre gentlemen and know how to treat visi tors kindly, as the Indian boys have never been treated better than at Stromsburg Very truly. J. W. PLAKK. j Manager Genoa Indian Foot Ball Team. C-owvicta Ohio Msraerer. pm that played at I ..!J be please to have j IS required. to the Indcinr t.l.oe of tha purlolner ana on sight the two men evinced ' ATHENS. O., Nov. 30 Frank Smith a uetire 10 ngni n out men and there, j aged 2i. who shot and killed Perry Oxler whereupon they were both taken into cus- and Charles Brown at Glouceater ,A..i ?J. Christmas McClure's is ready. magazine without this article; but with it! It "would be a great McClure's SPECIAL OFFER: tody orderly To new subscriber who send 1100 to 143 East 23th street. New charged with being drunk and die- , 20 last, was found guilty of murder in the i will send free (until they're rone th Norember and December numbers, which second degreo this afternoon. Caught at the Court House Qaartet f Good Storks A best People at the Temple of Juttke. contain the opening Standard Oil articles. ' ll m Boy. don't ctre. They only think of today. It's the parents who must vatch and worry. They know what exposure to the wet and cold means tender throats, tore longs, hard coughs. That's why so many homes keep oa hand Ayer's Cnerry Pectoral Just a tingle dose, when the cold first comes oa, Is often sufficient. Your own doctor will explain why this medicine is so good for coughs of all kinds for bronchitis, and even for consumption. tbisbbsi xfuctua. xcAmctx.iswsa.aasa, wwaa Ska enta wvk. v aaaily. I sIwbts ass Ayars casrry rawatsi aa hat asBBSBaT BBTaaaa aaV. la as. sweat Ebibtbb. Bsaaklya. V. T. Only those who know Sheriff John Power well enough to be familiar with his vir tues ot modesty, gailaatry a ad perpetual abstemiourness can fully appreciate the mentally photographed spectacle of thai corpulent gentleman getting out of a strange woman's bedchamber in a strange house In tha dead of night without a light, without awakening her or any one elae and without leaving behind him 'any of the garments he had removed before he discovered hie blunder. The tale sounds strange, hut It'a true, for the sheriff him self told It after hia recent visit to Phila delphia to attend the National Prison con gress. Power lived la ths Quaker city when a young man and It was then and there that the Incident occurred. He changed to a new rooming place oae day, and a man always gets Into trouble when be change place of residence ia Philadelphia. Back In Uncle Billy Penn's tim they fell lnta the habit of building rows ot houses exactly alike, and they have been at it ever a! nee, with th result that nowadays n may walk blocks and blocks aad still apparently be in front of th aaas Bat that flanked him when he started. Power moved Into auch a raw and cam horns late the first night after he had moved. He turned la at a door he supposed to be th right on and found that th key furnished him exactly fit the lock. Thus reassured he crept up te "the first door oa the right hand aide at the top of the second flight,' and entered the room. Having no snatches aad not knowing where to feel for them, he undressed la the dark aad groped hia way ever to th bed. That's as far aa he ever got, tor whea he reached dowa to amoota bis pil low his fingers clutched a handful ef loag silky hair that her knee- never adorned a maa's head, aad he harked oft hastily, breathlessly, aad. It ts a safe hot, bluss Ingly. Aa he did so the window rurtaia was blomn gently by . an evening breeze and permitted a atray moonbeam t steal in and disclose a certain whit garment which he waa equally carta! a belonged to a maa. Th ashaaquent Btoaaeat was th most distressing la John Power long existence. He didn't dare speak and he didn't dare strike a light, yet he didn't know his way out and he couldn't And bis clothes that is. be couldn't for what seemed to him ages, during which h barked his shins on every chair la the room and stubbed bis great toe at least ons hundred million times. When he did recover hia garments he didn't dare slop aad attempt to dot them, but had to carry them, ahoea and ail, in his arms to the foot ot the lower flight and there dress himself ia th mala entraac at th imminent risk ot being sighted from without by ths passing po liceman or sighted from withia by a household aroused by aa Ul-tlmed aneete. It Isn't politics alone that has put gray hairs la John Power's head. "Hear ye! Hear ye! Hear ye! The hon orable district court la and for Douglas county ia now In session." Whereupon every eminent attorney and every popular court officer hastens to remove bis hat. snuff hi cigar, compose bis feature, and lapse into decorous silence. Elera Justl; brooks familiarity ia bo man. aad a maa tails to realize it. Not so the ubiquitous. Invincible, un daunted and supremely Iconoclast le mes senger boy! That joyous cherub blows Into a court room with no more hesitancy than the night Janitor; walks oa his steel plated heels like aa armored knight la a stage fury; keeps his csp jauntily and n aa polo get ical! 7 on his head and says "may It please your honor, to lbs judge. In the midst of a very Important hearing the other day when even the bailiff de sisted from moving about for fear of dis turbing the court, littls Willie Hotfoot strode ia with bis cap oa his head aad. charging straight for the judge himself, remarked so audibly that aobody missed a syllable: "I got te Had him cause he a stuck for the charges. Are yon him?" Mis Nora Donaboe, proprietress of the cigar stand ia the main corridor ot the court bouse has bees made guardiaa ad litem and custodiaa pro tern of all the In fant offspring of all the women who come to court. Thia is not at Ilia Doaahoe's request r aolleltatioa but by common im pulse because she Is a kind young womaa who has not yet learned the gentle art of telling people to go to grass when they ask favors to which they are not entitled. But the last straw was laid on the . camel's back one day last week. A mother who has been more than ordinarily bother some and exacting came to the cigar stand just as Miss Donahoe was making goodly I sales to a district judge and a young attor ney who would be district judge if he could. She said: "Toung woman, I wish, i you would get me some milk. I find baby' i bottle is clean empty." I The Irish In Mis Donahoe rebelled. She j answered: "My dear madame. this Is a cigar stand, where tobacco is sold. Tha dairy agencies are all farther down etreet." Speaking of Irish Is suggestive of Andy Gallagher and what happened to him dur ing his last summer's trip through Colo rado. Andrew is a most useful member of the staff of the clerk of the district court and an almighty good-looking chap, with black curly hair, dark mustache and a litbe and graceful form. The press ageat of a resort hotel spotted him for aa Italian count who waa scheduled to arrive on the train that bore Andrew "ato the town, and hastened to provide tlut be be shown spe cial courtesies. Andy rode to the hostelry In a special carriage. Andy was given the best room la the house. Andy was asked it he would care for this and for that. Andy was "rubbered" at good and plenty. Andy was called "count" and then he comprehended. Uarchltg straight to the desk clerk, who had said that It waa en tirely unnecessary that he register, be said: "Say, whs am I supposed to be here, any bow?" The clerk told him. "Well, you're 'way wrong, my friend," Andrew unbluahlngly exclaimed. "My came is Gallagher. Plain Andy Gallagher. I'm from South Omaha. Neb., and I m so d d Irish that I wear greea underclothes, carry a shillelah t bed with me aad won't look at a sunaet because It's yellow." That evening plain Andy Gallagher 1 bag gage was moved to a room oa the top floor, aad whea he rode, he rode ia a carriage with other people. Being Irish, he dida't car. omese SPECIAL e!(ers' Kcursions One Fare Plus $2.00 for the Round Trip December 2nd aud IGlh. To points in Oklahoma and Indian TerritoriM and Texas and to many points in Arirona, Oeorpia, New Mex ico, Arkansas, Kansas, North Carolina, Alabama, Ken tucky. Tennessee, Colorado, Louisiana, Utah, Florida, Mis sissippi, Virginia. Ticket Office 1323 Farnam Street Omaha, Neb. pBii) t BUSINESS STIMULATORS LIKE ADS