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THE OMAHA DAILY BF.Er WEDNESDAY. .M'Kll. "V inns.
Boot -Print It. Rudolph r. W0bod4t Accountant-Auditor. Tolc Culture, Deimor Cheney, Brd" Ttr oD,aa. ut M 11. t,OU(lia, ,hoes J JO. a Xeurk. for Quality cl(trt, Sl 8. 11th atlatnan, phot,rnhr. 18th Farnam, Tlslt Myers-DUloa Ili.OOl) soda founUln. MnltlgTarn for AJdfts X S8. Bee. Tartlib. Bath, new, first-class, at Pax ten hotel. .- rdsr, )S up; coat and pants, 20 up. MacCarthy-Wllson. 304 8. lstd. owUar FrtMg at (be Ilex Graad CaKTC whito waitors. Open a. m. to It p, m. . Banfla " r, Woodbrtdfe Seriously fll Banr? .p, Woodbrldge of the World-Herald i llng rcrlously 111 of erysipelas at his some. Jii Capitol avenue. federal Fettt - Jury Sioussd rata 'Wednesday No farther run being ready tot trial la tha United States courta Tuea Jay,( the petit jury wu excused until $.x a. I.' Wednesday. - ny sttoallng, Butter John Arnold and Charles Butcher reae-ntad tha Insinuation they ha absconded With eighteen pounds of butter. from tha dwelling house of JoseyTi I Turn pel ahd entered an emphatic "not guilty', to the charge when arraigned before Judge Sears, They are charged with burglary, XMvoroe for Desertion Charging Sam Piper with deserting her and leaving her destitute with her 4-year-old aon In St. Louis, Mm. Alma A. Piper haa begun auit 'In district ' rnutt tnt dlvnrr- Aft.- H urniucn a n enrne v j oiuin umint, wnere aha la lining with her mother. Bhe wanta tne custody of the boy. Soft Word Turn Vol Away Wrath A. 1 Fraisnetta, accused by hla wife of being drunk and threatening to ahoot her. In terpolated her testimony with much strong expression aa "Dear ma." "Oh, dear" and "For pity's aaka." But thla scornful at titude of Mr. Fralanetta availed not with tb court and Fralanetta waa sent to jail for ten day. ' Ho Court on Axba Day No business will be transacted In district court Wed nesday because of tb fact It Is Arbor day and 4 legal holiday. Judge Bears dismissed tha jurors until Thursday morning and will go to hla borne In ,7Vkamah where he will follow hi usual custom of planting a tree. Receases will be taken by the other 'courts and tha offlcea In the court house will be deserted the greater part of the day. Some of them will remain open a ahort time for emergency business only. City Kan AMI Bat Deserted With the exception of the office of the superinten dent of instruct ion..' en the fifth floor, and tile office of the Associated Charities, on the fourth floor, the city hall will be deserted Arbor day.' Acting Mayor John- son, following in the footsteps of the pres ident andtha governor, proclaims the day a holiday, though Johnson's proclamation Includes merely the cKy officials and em ployes. Vebraska Boy at ska Orphsmnt Harry L. Webb,' who la doing the black-face monologue at the Orpheum this week, is a Nebraska boy. He was born In Beatrice and la the son of Dr. J. L. Webb of that city, Mr. Webb was married In Omaha a year ago' at Trinity cathedral by Dean Beeehenr Mr. and Mrs. Webb's home is at present "1 Chicago, where Mf. Webb haa won an. enviable reputation as a vaude vljie actor. Xafturance rinna Consolidate Tha two big Insurance firms' of Joseph Barker and H. E. Palmer, Son A Co., with offices la the Brandela building, have consolidated their Interests and will hereafter constitute a single firm., These two concerns sep arately did a large part .of the insurant buslneaa of Omaha and under the consoli dation will become one of the largest In surance agenclea In the west. The consoli dation went Into effect Tuesday. Terdlct Against Great Western Tha Jury in the case of John Hart against the Great Western Railway company came In with a verdict for $1,000 agalnat the Great " A steaming hot meal in ten minutes, end vhat do you laiov that's so good? ' Put the can of Van Camp's, in hot water. Then open it, nd tfctre is your ready-cooked meal steaming hot. 1 A delicious meal without work, without waiting. Oar beans come to you just as fresh and as savory as when they came out of our ovens. ' '.Ami youlve never tasted beans that approach them. Let us coc!: for you. We are experts on beans, and vc have the facilities : - ; - r ."" - . fV7 have spent 47 years in learning how best to prepare baled beans with tomato sauce. No wonder we know. - But more than knowledge is needed. Our ovens are heated to 245 degrees. It requires that fierce heat to break down the fibre, and you cannot apply it. Home-cqoked beans, for that reason, are bard to digest. ..... ' . . Van Camn's pork and beans bailed with tomato sauce v S . - . Ye use Michigan beans, selected by hand, for which we pay $2.10 per bushel. That's seven times tie price of some beans. - We could buy tomato sauce, ready made, for exactly one fth what we spend to make it. Then we bake the beans, the tomato sauce and the pork , sill together. That fives our delicious blend. Encourage your folks to eat beans by getting the best beans for them Beans are Nature's choicest food. They ara 23 nitro- genous tiio nutriment, '.-.' v And see the saving, when compared with meat.' - . . You will want them eTery day, instead of once a week, when you once get a taste of Van Camp's. Order a can today and see. , ' ' 10, IS and per can. Western Tuerday marnlng. John Hart had brought suit against the railroad company for tt.) damages to Mi property through the buil.llng of tke Great Western ter minal at Leavenworta - and Nineteenth and Ma Aon and Nineteenth (ree.t. The case was tried m the United Etates circuit court. . 'TMdan Check V-p Hooks Four of the sovereign fnanacers of t!ie Woodmen of the World are holding a meeting at the Wood men ef the World building, going ever the books and affairs of the company pre paratory to tha meeting ef. the executive council In May. Those who are In the city for the meeting of the committee are N. B. Maxey, Muskogee, . Okl ; C. C. Farmer, Mount Carroll, III.; J. t. Fitsgerald, Kan sas City, Mm, and T, K. Patterson, Chat tanooga, Tenn. Tears Up the Deed J. I "Inkula wanted City Prosecutor "Daniel to prosecute Charles Warner for petty larceny. The prosecutor refused to prosecute after hearing the de tails. Sinkula, it seems, had gone to Mrs. Warner In Howells, Neb., where they lived, and in the absence of Warner had. Induced her to sign a deed transferring to him the candy business which the Warners have there for several acres of land and agree ing to give $1.TM In addition. Thee Sinkula came to Omaha and sought out Warner, found him and presented tha deed for his signature. Instead of signing Warner tore up the deed. Couaty Will Save ea AloohoV Douglas county will save $250 a year on Ha alcohol bin ' by ' a permit Just received from the government allowing the county hospital to withdraw the alcohol It uses from bond without paying the Internal revenue tax. The permits are Issued only to Institutions that use large quantities of alcohol for medicinal or scientific purposes. Under It alcohol which formerly cost the county $?.t!0 a gallon, now costa but 66 cents. It Is used In large quantities at the hospital for alcohol baths. In order to secure the permit a $600 bond was put up by the county that none of the alcohol would be used in 'beverages. Baanerttaa TJp to Date William Owen of St. Joseph la a modern example of the Samaritan, who In the parable went down from Jerusalem to Jericho and fell among thieves, who robbed him of everything he had. William waa going down from Sioux City to St. Joseph when he fell among the thieves. He had been drinking in Omaha and lay down on the sidewalk on Tenth street to sleep. When the police found hint he had been deapoiled of his coat, sus penders, collar, necktie, aleere links and $14 in money. The police acted the part of the good Bamaritans, brought him to the Inn, which la the police satlon, and Tues day morning Judge Crawford discharged him. Ad Club Loncheoa Pixty members of the newly formed Omaha Ad elub sat down to lunch at the II er Grand at noon Tuesday and while they were eating list ened to some very witty and Instructive remarks on advertising and how to make it effective. Mr. Sherman of Sherman A McConnell talked of "The Persistent Small Advertiser" and gave his suggestions In the form of a parable. Hla remarks were both witty and meaty and contained much of value to the smaller advertiatrs. Mr. Rich of Allen Bros, company -talked on "The Value of the Trademark in Advertis ing" and gave much Interesting Informa tion as to the use and value of the trade mark- Sir William Kennedy told of hla recent experiences in "foreign parts." , Mr, Cole of Oble A McKay spoke of the value of advertising In the undertaking business. and Mr: Chase of the Western Banker added a few remarks on advertising in gen eral. Announcements, wedding stationery and calling card, blank book . and magaslne binding. 'Phone Doug. JTO4." A. I. Root, Ino. Ballalan Permits. Anna E. Tain, J5 Pine street, frame aweuing, I. K. cox. Twenty-second and Laird streets, frame dwelling. 2.fton- Mrs. I. Lees. 2724 Center boulevard, frame dwelling. $2.6; Joaepliten Havel, Boutl Twentieth street, frame dwelling, $1.W0; 1. H. Ruff, Thirty-third and Gold Streets, frame dwelling, $1,400. PACKERS FORCED TO SELL ICE Only Way to Enable Small rations to Etay in Business. CUT I2ICE OF BEGTJ1AB DEALERS Geseral Manager Hewe ot Arssear'e Press lea t Diaaee ef Sarsjas at Prlee that Wyi Wet Hart Anybody. Has the Beef trust declared war on the Ice trust? R. C. Howe, general manager ef Armour A Co. at South Omaha, has announced: "We expect to sell all our surplus product ot artificial Ice and one-third Of a crop of natural Ice from Memphis. Neb., during the summer months at prices which will not hurt anybody. AH w hare sold thus far has areraged 17V, cents per hundred." The preliminary skirmish of the battle of the corporations began laat year. Armour A Co. sold M.Ono tons of Ice. This was known as white Ice. The Missouri river water waa used, which contains enough salts of various kinds to prevent, with rspid freeaing, a clear erystsllsstlon. This summer clarified Ice from dlatllled water will be put on the market. The 'surplus of the plant will be ino tons dally. The season will be about 1S9 days. Hence, the company expects to sell about 2&.000 tons during the summer te local consumers. The first charging of the ats with clari fied Ice was taken out Monday and the product waa aa near perfect as the best of manufactured Ice could be. The company for Its own purposes will use the white Ice for refrigeration. Through the South Omaha Ice and Coal company the city of South Omaha Is provided and a large ex cess comes to Omaha. The A. Katskee Ice company, 1104 Davenport, handles Armour's ice In Omaha. Katskee has been in busi ness a year, ana with the contract for Ar mour's Ice Is a formidable competitor with the Omaha companies. Xet im It for raa. "Why do you enter Into the market and compete with the exclusive lea companies?" was asked Mr. Howe. ' "It la not philanthropy," replied Mr. Howe. "It Is purely a matter of business. I admit the Ice companies don't lavish af fections on us for the position we have tsken. but It will be hard to put us out of the market. Our success or failure does not depend on our ice business. This Je the situation. For two years the local tee crop has been short, and thla condition Is likely to be the same, with exceptions of course. The ice companies In the short years, especially the manufacturers of ar tificial ice, hall with satisfaction such con ditions of shortage; for it means, usually, eaay profit. The tendency has been to put the price up to the top notch, to which the natural supply Is the key. There are a hundred or more local butchers, who are our patrons, who use from 600 to 1,600 pounds of ice dally. Many use much more. They are our patrons for nr.eat products. Now, when Ice la too high, these firms can't make a profit en their meat and are forced out of business and we lose their custom, We don't Intend they shall be. forced1 out on account of Ice. We will supply them all the lea they want at a living price. That Is why we ara In the ice business. If the Katskee Ice company also sells to tha residents of Omaha at the same rate It la a matter which does not affect us. Our Interest ceases when the local botchers ' are supplied. So you see it la business with as." Osaakisk Commas lea Caa't Bay. The Omaha Ice companies would be glad to buy all of Armour's excess and handle It themselves, but they fire not granted the opportunity. This Is a little local matter," said Mr. Howe, "but It illuatrates a principle which, perhapa, has not been emphasised greatly. That la, a close, erelusive life, or exlstance la Quite aa Impossible in corporations, as In individuals, a principle which will some day be most prominent in the solution of the Industrial problems. We are not nec essarily attempting to hurt the Ice com panies business: but do not Intend they shall hurt oure."- This Is to certify that all druggists are authorised to refund your money if relay's Honey and Tar falls to cure your cough or cold. It stops tha cough, heals tha lungs and prevents serious results from a sold. Cures la grippe coughs, and, prevents pneu monia and consumption. Contains no opiates- Tha tenulne Is la a yellow package. Refuse substitutes. Tor sal by all drug gists. TWENTY YEARS FOR MULLEN Itattaes ef Tkir Haas Pak Marderec Wks Taraa Stat Evtdeaee Other Twe. Basil Mullen, one of the Ham P mur derers, who turned state's evidence and gave testimony against his companions, Charles Pumphrey and Willi Almack, waa sentenced to twenty years in the peniten tiary by Judge Sears Tueaday afternoon. Pumphrey and Almack were both convicted cn Mullen's testimony and were given life sentences some time ago. The twenty-year sentence was given on the recommendation of County Attorney English, who declared Mullen should be shown leniency because he had aasiated the officers of the law in securing the convic tion of the other two. Mullen made a brief atatement in which he asked for clemency because of his foster father and mother, who bad taken him an orphan and raised him. His foster parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Mullen of Lennox, la., were la the court room at the time. Mr a Mullen wept while the court was pssslng sentence and Mr. Mullen had hard work to keep tack the tears. He sddreased the court briefly, say. lng he and Mr. Mullen still loved their foster child and had hopes that he would atone for his crime after he was released from the penitentiary. Frtghtral Spaaa of the stomach, liver torpor, lame back and weak kidneys are overcome by Electric Bitters, auaranteed. 60c i For sale by Beaton Drug Co. COURT BLAMES BOY FOR HURT Deeldea Agalaat La4 ta Salt for Dam ages, Haldiaa- Hiss Gallty atf CeatrtTsatery Hegllgeaee. When Ear! Johnson, a 12-year-old boy, climbed upon the- railing of the Sixteenth atreet viaduct and grabbed an electric wire to get a shock and got It be was guilty of contributory negligence according to a rul ing of Judge Retflck of tha district court and his father. James W. Johnson. Is not entitled to recover from the Omaha Elec tric Light St Power company, Judge Redkk directed the jury which beard the case to bring in a verdict for the defendant. The rase was tried once before and was carried to the supreins court which de cided the evidence discloeed the boy was Injured through his own carelessness and not the" negligence of the company. Aa ao new evidence was introduced at the second trial Judge JUdlck directed the verdict. Earl was with a crowd of ether boys who wer experimenting, with the clec 4 t Ha laned over the ra.l'nar aad grabbed one snd waa badly burned. Hla father sued for ta.'Xn for the loss of his services. RIGGS G0ESJ3N THE JAUNT tw Coaaty renamlaaloaer Will Ae re-spa ay ' rollesaraes Om Their The appointment or James H. Klggs ot Waterloo as county commissioner to suc ceed Emmett O. Solomon, now county comptroller, which closed a strenuous po litical fight between James Walsh of Ben son and F. S. Tucker of Florence, will make - necessary a rearrangement of th committees of ths county board. Thla, however, will not be done until the mem bers of the board return from a trip to Gary, Ind., and other cities to Inspect paving, brldgea and county institutions. The appointment ot Mr. Riga came as something of a surprise.. It had been ru mored the appointment would go either to Tucker or Walsh, who were the leading candidates. At o'clock v Tuesday after noon County Judge Lealie, County Clerk Haverry and County Treasurer Furay agieed on Rlggs ss a way out of the diffi culty and he was appointed. , Mr. Rlggs Is editor of the Waterloo Oa sette and an active member of the repub lican covnty committee. He Is well known over the county and hla appointment waa commended generally at tha court house. He served In the lower branch of legisla tive In 1. He will not "begin the active duties of the office until the commissioners return from the trip, in about a week. In order to give Mr. Rlggs a chance to take the trip with them the commissioners decided to leave Wednesday Instead of Tueadsy night They Will go first to Kan sas City, then to Chicago -and Gary, where they will Inspect some cement paving that has been laid there. The commissioners are thinking of substituting cement for macadam on the country roads and the trip la partially for the purpose of enabling them to investigate the cost and wearing qualities of the cement They will also get some ldeaa on permanent steel and cement bridges and on the return trip will visit Minneapolis to look over the new combination court house and Jail there to glean Ideas for the proposed building here. Chairman Kennard of the board said he would not rearrange the committees until the members had returned from the trip. HEAT OF GRAIN F0REXP0RT Teasperatareg; Ara Takes la Omaha hr Expert frwaa Departaeeat ( Agrrlewltare. Temperatures and degrees of moisture In grain arriving at the Omaha market, are being recorded by John 8. Comeford from the bureau of plant Industry of the De partment of Agriculture for the purpose of determlng how the grain should bo shipped If sent to tha tide water. Records of the condition of the grain when It arrives at Omaha are forwarded to New Orleans where tests are made and the re sults rcorded for a comparison. Much, trouble was experienced last year In shipping the corn through the warm cli mate and almost every ear heated. But the government experts will not get satis factory nor average tests by testing the crop of 1907 according to Omaha grain dealers. The 190S corn came to market In about the average condition as to moisture which la said to be from U to 24 per cent Corn with that much moisture is endangered when shipped through, a warm climate. But the crop of 1907 had an urfuaual cbanee to mature and comes to' Omaha where seldom a car la found which shows moisture of over 17 per cent - TTrrS corn can be safely shipped to gulf portanjxit' grain dsalers de clare It to be In unusually good condition for either shipment to the gulf or export Mr. Comeford has been visiting the ele vators and making many teats, all of which show that the corn being received grades high and will maintain its grade almoat without exception, even If it is forwarded around the world on the equator. Aa lasldlewa mitsr. One of the worst features of kidney troubles Is that It la an insidious disease and before the victim realises his danger be may have a fatal malndy. Tnke Foley's Kidney Cure at the first sign of trouble, aa it corrects Irregularities and prevents Bright' disease aad diabetes... For sale by all druggists. FIFTY NEW RIVER PILOTS Doswters' dab Grows la Kaaker aael Boats Ara Alsaoat la Sight. Almost $60 more were sent to Esra Millard, treasurer of the local committee of the Missouri River Navigation ot- gresa, Tuesday for memberahipa, wrtkli means the money wilt be used undr the direction of Congressman Edgrr C. Ellis, pcfojl.dent of the organization, for gather ing statistics and preparing to secure ap propriations from congress "next year which will Improve the Missouri river. The local commlttd ef twenty-five will bold a meeting Thursday noon at the rooms of the Commercial club to make definite plans for a mass meeting of cltt sens interested in the movement to place boats again on the river. The following were those who Joined In tha movement Tueaday: J. H. Hamilton Victor Roaewater A. . Marrion Herbert H. Neale J. H. Conrad Oeo. E. Turkington J. E. Von Dorn Ianlel L. Johnson J. A. Abbott John Mackln H. M. Christie k. O. MiGtiton C. 1- Saunders , B. tiould N. O. Talbot J N. Haskell Rich at Falconer w. A. Saunders N. P. Podne Jr. W. D. Williams A. R. Pardun Henrv K. Wvm&n John W. Rohblns F. C. Best George P. Crenk Charlea Gruenlg Thomas. H. MrCague M. J. Kennard Brower E. Met ague Henry Hsu bens John 1- McCague W. F. Zahel Morits Meyer E. H. Scott John A. Rine R. B. Howell Harley G. Mooreneaa lvid Anderaon r rank A. Furay Robert I). Duncan Dan B. Butlr John P. Criak A. L- Spearman C. F. McOrew A. C. Wakeley W. 11. Bucholx Robert Smith R. 8. Horton ONLY ONE WAY GOOD HEALTH, L. T. Cooper's theory regarding tbo hu man stomach Is rapidly becoming a toplo of universal discussion. Cooper clalma that the human stomach has become chronically deranged by modern conditions, and that sickness generally is the result In a recent Interview, while introducing hla medicine In a leading city, Mr. Cooper said: "There is Just ooo way. In my opin ion, to maintain general health, and that is by building up tha digestive organs. The vast majority of Americana today have weak. Tabby, distended stomachs. This has been caused by many generationa of over feeding and lark ef exercise, until today the entire civilised race la affected. This la the true cause of most of the lllhealth of today. Little can be done to relieve It until the stomach is once more brought back to normal conditions. "I am successful because my preparation puts the stomach In sound condition, and TRADE TOUR ROUND OF CLORY Excursion Fromises to Be Long- Karch of Triumph.. WEST STANDS WITH OPEN AiMS Frosa Colorado aael IVebraaha Tswai Cordial lavltatloaa faaao for Osaaha Pllgrlsaa of Progress to Tarry a While. From all Indications the Omaha trade ex cursionists are to have one long triumphal march from the time the train leaves the city. May 24, until it returns. Sunday morn ing. May SI. i Almost every town and city along the route announced has sent soma kind of in vitation to "stay for breakfast," supper or dinner, while many are applying to the Commercial elub to extend the time of the visit that side trips may bo taken or re ceptions held. The Colorado Traffic club, which Is headed by O. ,W. Vallery. . general man ager of the Colorado Midland Railway company, has Invited the j whole party, which will consist of over 100, to take sup per at the club rooms. Seventeenth snd Cur tis streets, the evening of May 3S. The excursionists will arrive in Denver from a trip to Boulder and Greeley at S p. m. Because of the supper Invitation the train may run Into Denver earlier In the evening. The city will be In the blase ot glory which IL expects to put on for tha national democratic convention and the excursion ists will spend the entire evening In Den ver, having but 123 miles to travel during the night In order to reach Sterling, Colo., by a. no Wednesday. Mr. Vallery, who extends the Invitation for the club, was formerly general agent of the Burlington In Denver and Is well known to many Omaha business men. Brush Is another Colorado town which has extended an Invitation to the Omahans to stay for supper. Brush will bo reached at .20 the evening of the first day and the Invitation will bo accepted. D. P. Saunders of the Commercial club of Brush writes for the club. Nehraska Towaa Geaeroas. Not to be behind Colorado In hospitality, the Nebraska towna are coming in and offer everything from barbaeues to pink teas. B. K. Shaeffer of tbo Curtis Enter prise writes to say that supper will be served to the Omahans by the eltlsens of Curtis, which town wilt bo visited Wednes day evening. The invitation haa been ac cepted. H. N. Perrill of Morrill. Neb., writes to say that the eltlsens of that enterprising town want the Omahans to stay longer than thirty mlnutea, as they have some thing special to say and to show tha ex cursionists. The towns ot Colorado, Wyoming and Nebraska appreciate the visits of the Omaha excursionists, as they want the business men and bankers of the Market Town to see the prosperous communities and become as familiar as possible with the resources and possibilities which they offer. ' v Just now Commissioner Guild of the Com mercial club is receiving a large number of newspaper clippings and personal let ters praising the Omaha business men for the assistance they are giving In opening a wool market at Omaha, which means much to tha wool growers and business Interests of the west The Omahans will have the finest train which the Pullman company has ever sent , out . for . a trade excursion. ' It will be a palace on. wheels and already reservations are being made for apartments which will require at least two of the fine compart ment sleepers. CONVICT WEARS LODGE PIN Color Odd Fellow Is scores", hy Caart for Having Oa Badge Whea eateaeed. With a severe lecture because he wore an Odd Fellow's pin while being sentenced for crime. Judge Sears sent Louis Hawkins, colored, to the penitentiary at Lincoln for three years Tuesday afternoon. He was convicted of breaktng into tha grocery store of Louis Johnson at Nlnteenth and Cuming streets and stealing soma groceries. "If you ever come up again In a court of Justice, take off that badge." said tha co irt "No order countenances crime on tha part of Us members and you ought to haie more respect for It than to wear Its bac'ixe on an occasion of this kind. Tqu evidently Are wearing It to influence the minds of members ot the order. I really ought to give you six months more for It." Hawkins clalma to- be a member of the colored branch of the Odd Fellows order. Raamais Sale. Ths lunch committee of the T. W. C A. will have a rummage sale, commencing Monday, April 27, to ralae money for the furnishing of the lunch room In the new building. They earnestly request all per sons who have articles which they are willing to contribute to thla purpose, to send them to the T. W, C. A. rooms at tha Paxton block on or before Saturday ot this week. Bundles too large to bo car ried will bo called for. 'Phone Douglas 1-48. MRS. JOHN I.RED1CK IS DEAD Wife af Tuate Pioneer Dies at Flor ence, Italy, of Paoa amoata. Mrs. John I. Redick of Omaha died In Florence. Italy. April IS, of pneumonia. Xhia mesger Information came to ths children of Mrs. Redick In a cablegram from Florence Tuesday morning. Miss Lyons, sister of Mrs. Redick, waa with her. They had spent several months In Italy. The cablegram gave' no details of the sick ness or circumstances of death or as to plans for burial, whether the body will be brought to Omaha for interment It Is supposed It wilt Mrs. Redick was tba second wife of the late John L Redick. TO RETAIN , SAYS COOPER as I maintain this Is ths only way to se cure general and permanent good health." Among many prominent people who have recently become converted to Cooper's theory la Mr. EL M- Howey. of 47 Do Ruaaey atreet, Bingham ton, N. T., who says: "I had atomach trouble for about six years. After sating, I would become bloated and havo a deatresoed feeling for several hours. This would be accompanied by - heartburn, and I reached the point where I could aot enjoy my msala af alU "I tried different remedies In aa effort to find relief, but without success. After taking three bottles of Cooper's New Dis covery I am entirely cured. My stomach doeg not bother me In the least, and I can eat anything I like. I caa cheerfully recommend Mr. Cooper'a medicine to any one afflicted with soracu complaints. Mr. Cooper's medicines are making a re markable record. We sell them. Baum Drug Co. REGALE! FOR MEN AND WOMEN THE REGAL OXFORD amorri yoei absolute com fort, and smooth, frr-aae- lrM fit at ankle and In stop. It Hug the Heel and cannot slip or chafe your fee. 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