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THK T)EK: OMAHA. TUESDAY, .HIKE . 1909.
all Df oti rioirn n Dwf , in oti rnows mtoi Ali. piw inc a-iti 1? WOMEN'S SUMMER If you have not already bought your Summer Underwear we would like to show you the most complete line in the city. All wiegts, all rtyles, all sizes and prices to suit all. Women's gauze lisle union suits, low neck and sleeveless, either . umbrella or tight knee." Extra, good yalue at, a suit $1.00 Women's gauze cotton Vests, low R nefk nnd sleeveless, on 6ale at, . iVif'T'C! I J each 12VC and 20c :J 141 fi I Boys' union suits, with high neok, . vifeT I i short sleeves And knee length. k rf fi A A (Jood value, at, suit.;. .... 75c V l vf f B Main. Floor.. ( ' i la k 9 B-S-28-09. T pointing to Mr. Aklrlch. who was sitting mt across the aisle from him. Mr. Ald rich made no further rfply: Benator bmllh iMIcW.b'sald he had been t, really surprised to find that South Caro line today to falsing fifteen time mora tea ' than ' the- faiand Of 'Ceylon n Wl. Thin discovery had, h 4ld, caused' him to be very friendly toward any suggestion looking to the protection bf that Industry. Henator Hey bum added that he had used hOuth Carolina - ten for Seven year, pre ferring ft for -It anperlor'flavor. He agreed wtth Bertator-'Ttllman that the area over which this trl could be 4-alsed wii from Knutn Carolina to the Mississippi river, wherever the rainfall "Ws sufficient. The amendment was Offered late In the day and Mr. Tillman- said he preferred a vote was taken on rrt amendment tomor rrav v'rth a full senate present. The last amendment to the tariff, bill agreed to today ' was one Increasing the duty on bleaching powder of. chlorate of lime from of a cent to H of a cent per pound.. . v r Reward Offered for Dynamiters 'Thicago, Police Makinjf Strong Effort to Arrest Author of Latest . J Outrage, CHICAGO, June 2&jMayor Buses was today authorised -by the finance committee of the city counoll. to offer a reward of IV 008 for Information leading to the arrest and conviction of persons responsible for the damaging explosion of last night. Inspector Patrick ' J. Lav In will take ojiatrfs of,, the explosion Investigation, miv ceedlng Assistant Chief Schuetter, who will act as chief during Chief Shlppy's ab sence from the city.. . .Chief Snippy has been la poor health for .some time, and will' take, a long rest. .Thomas , Courtney, who was arrested, charged with complicity In an explosion which occurred at the Coliseum Annex some months ago, and who was exoner ated after beng held a week, will be i.jts tloned by the police In regard to his knowl- ' edge of the last night's explosion. Court ney Is under Indictment on another charge, and his trial has been called for next ' week, after pending for nearly a year. ' Courtney Is out on ball. Governor Names Members of Board i . . "" ..i,.r. .. .. . Tamei 7. Fitzgerald and John J. Ryan ' Appointed oa South Omaha : Commission. . (Prom a Btaff Correspondent.) .XJCpLN. Neb,,. 'June- Si. (Special Tele-grajn.)--Govrnor Shalltnberger today ap pointed James J. Kltsgeraid and John J. RAn members of the South Omaha fire and police bgard to fill vacancies caused by the expirations of the ijrms of old mem ber. They will serve u"ntll the city elec tion, when. their auocesaor will be elected ' tinder " $i pew chatter. ' BACK HANDERS BOUND OVER Ukl Bins of Aliened Italian Crooks re Held I nder Heavy r TOLEDO, June IS. At the conclusion of the preliminary hearing here today galva tore and Sebastian Lima and flalvatore lUiio.all of Marlon, three members of the alleg'il black hard bond, recently arrested, .were bound over to the federal grand Jury. The lion -or ' Falvalore 1,1 ma was In ira"4, to fl'.OM and that of the others to (5,1100 each. As they were unable to fur nish lh ' smaller annjunts previously ex acted say have-, . to . remain in the ooutr'.'tvp ' );. Sets site o . tjin. dramatically denounced the Ace.x; i-j, . ; ; f : "MUX IV,, - .- , riaoi 4i.ii Dim -In. A.1S4I U in, , ul II . TELLS ABOUT HIGH FINANCE Banker Dreiser Explains Loan to i Now Defunct Trait. SOME DEPENDANTS ASSENT Perry Belmoat, Btnyveannt Flak and W. D. Baldwin Fall to Answer They Are aojonrnlngt In Btrspe, SARATOGA, N. T., June 18. Daniel I roy Dresser, former president of the Trust Company of the Republic, continued his testimony today as a witness In the case of Charles H. Kavanaugh against the for mer dlreotore of the company to oompel the restoration o moneys alleged to have bett loet through financing the . United Btates Shipbuilding company. The loans on' the shipbuilding securities, the witness said, were reported In the cus tomary way to the executive committee. Questioned as to a loan of S30,000 made on July U, 1901, by the trust company to the witness, which waa paid In October follow ing, Dresser said there was no suggestion that such a loan waa Illegal. The loan was authorised, however, by the board of directors, he said. At the time it became neoeesary to pay over about 13,000,000 for the constituent oompanies of the shipbuilding company on August 11, 102, there was found to be a deficiency of over 12,000,000, . the French underwriting having failed to produce a dollar of the $3,000,000 which It was re ported had been placed In Paris. It waa suggested to Dresser by a repre sentative of the Mercantile Trust company that they would turn over $14,600,000 of shipbuilding .bonds it he woald personally negotiate loans to make up the amount required. This the witness undertook to do and the money was produced by loans which the witness obtained from several financial Institutions on notes given by Dresser and Lewis Nixon, and also by a loan made by the trust company to Nixon with shipbuilding securities as collateral. When the name of William D. Baldwin, one of the defendants, was called today as a wltnesa there was no response and his attorney stated that he . had gone to Europe. Counsel for Perry Belmont, another de fendant, stated that Mr. Belmont left for Europe last December, when he was nut under subpoena, and had no Intention of returning until November. The court slated that the understanding was that the re spectlvev attorneys ( would produce . their ollenta and he thought Mr.' Belmont ought to be in court. .'., Judge Herrlck on behalf of Rtuyvesant Fish said that his client had been in Kurope sine March. It would be admitted, he said, that Mr. Fish left New Tork for the west on July $1, uos, and did hot return until Augus 14. This was the period during which some of the shipbuilding transac tions occurred for which the plaintiff is seeking to hold the directors responsible. MUST GO THROUGH BAD LANDS Travelers Over Donatlne street Bridge Have Ne Option WkUe Street Is Being; Halred. Repairs to the streets at the Omaha en trance of the Dougls street bridge are now under way, to the great Joy of all who have occasion to use the bridge. For over a year It has been common to see a broken down wagon at this spot, be cause of the numerous holes In the pave ment and the bad conditions of the car tracks. The street railway has two tracks leading from the bridge and the I'nlon Pacific has two tracks crossing the street oar tracks. The pavement was never re paired around these tracks and, at times It was almost Impassable. The tracks are now being leveled up and the street paved and will soon be In shape-: At present wagons and automobiles are forced to make a trip; -through the burnt district to cross the bridge. Persistent Advertising ia tbe road to Big Return. a Vv;; ,lt you long- for V at rn . " . - ;v;'K If you wlh for a fcjfi bth jrt) Jitrious mud tH&ftf, If you'd"fclsecurefrtm j$yp impure gat 2X9 .'' For table use and cooking you'll find it unequalled. . . m!riliht timt: ! if. Jen, 7 A fconi ef caoaJgf ana tae.wfejis ' , J, ' mints aenf free eg fcaavV "n v . . Mew fork UNDERWEAR J HEAT KILLS TEN IN CHICAGO Record of Death and Insanity Orer Country is Appalling. COOLER WEATHER IS PREDICTED Thanderatorms Find llama VlrtlntS nnd Do Dainaae In Many flections f the East Tempernt nre Drops in Mew York. CHICAGO, June . Ten deaths, super induced by the exeeoMve heat, have been reported to the police today. Numerous cases of heat prostrations have been cared for at the hospitals, and It Is probable there have been many more which have not been reported. The last fatality reported was the death of Police Sergeant Bockholse, who died at his home. Carl Sommers Jumped Into Lake Michigan while temporarily Insane. He was rescued, but died at a hospital. A cooling breeze swept over the city to nlgmt, and brought temporary relief, al though Prof. Cox of the weather bureau holds out little hope of permanent relief. The thermometer hovered around the 80 mark all day. An emergency order has been Issued to the police to allow men and boys to sleep In the city parks. The Salvation army will take 25,000 poor children on a lake trip tomorrow. It was planned to have a street parade before the excursion, but the demonstration has been abandoned becaues of the heat. Hot Ware on Last Lap. WASHINGTON, June 2S. "The heat Is on Its last lap and tomorrow will mark Its end In the Atlantic states," was the opti mistic forecast of weather bureau official tonight. The temperature also will be less Intense In the New England states and thunder showers, which are promised for the section east of the Rocky mountains, will produce cooler weather generally. Scorching weather, equally as severe as has been recorded during the nine days of the warm wave, prevailed over the country today. The average maximum tetneprature throughout the country was 90 degrees. Some of the highest temperatures were 104 at Yuma, Ariz.; 103 at Huron, S. 1)., and 100 at San Antonio, Tex.. Nine Deaths In Philadelphia, PHILADELPHIA, June 28. Nine, more deaths were added to the list of heat Vic tims In this city. This makes the total for the present hot spell more than two score. The humidity today was 81, while the maximum temperature was 80. Several Injured In Storm. NEW YORK, June IS. The second of a series of Cooling thunder storms broke with the violence of a cloud buret late this afternoon. There was a sudden drop In temperature. The storm was responsi ble lor the death of one man and the In Jury of several other persons. One Snvrtnenlnr Death, In Brooklyn, John Freeman tried to put out a fire which had. been started .by lightning In a pile of rubbish around an Iron telephone pole. Freeman .threw a pall of water on the fire and fell back, dead, killed by the electricity which trav eled back to him on the water from the pole. Before relief came today, two deaths were addd to the long list of temperature victims. There were a score of prostra tions. Th maximum temperature was 86, but the humidity was great. Summing up the results of the heat wave which has held New York In Its grip for a week or more. Health Commissioner- Darlington, In his weekly mortality repori, today ' rlored an Increase of nearly 800 deaths over the figures for the corresponding period last year. Heat In Cleveland. i.LKVhi,ANU, o., June 28. One man died, another attempted to commit suicide and four persona were prostrated, due to the hest here today. The highest tempera ture during the day was 80 degrees, but the humidity was Intense, reaching 806 during the afternoon. Tonight the mercury fell to 88 degrees. Storm Works Ha too. DOVF.R, Del., June 13. One woman was killed, three houses were burned, horses and cattle were killed and much other damage was done by a severe elec trical storm which visited central Delaware today. Double Tragedy in Love Affair Missourian Kills His Successful Eival and Then Shoots Him self. CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., June M.-Rl- valry between J. W. Head and Ottle Bush, neighbors, for the hand of Mrs. Donle Kellvy, a grass widow, led to a double tragedy In the country road ten miles north of here. Head shot and killed Bush as Bush was seated in a buggy with Mrs. Kelley, Ho then shot himself and died a few hours later. The two men had not quarreled pre viously. Bush and Mrs. Kelley were driv ing along the road Sunday morning when Head galloped up on his pony. Without a word of warning Head drew his revolver end fired at close range at his rival. Bush died In the amis of the young woman. CLERGY ENDORSE ANDRIEU. MAY FIGHT THE COURTS Freneh Blahon Cited to Appear for Euonmslrstliif Parcnnnera ef Cnarrh Property. PARIS, June 21 Th attitude of Car dinal Andrleu of Bordeaux, who recently refused to appear In : court ' to answtr chargea in connection with an alleged breach of the separation law has been warmly endorsed by tbe -militant bishops and clergy and other prosecutions are threatened against churchmen who menaoe the faithful with excommunication if they acquire church property forfeited under the law In question. Mgr. Gleura, bishop of Bayonne, has been cited to appear be fore the correctional " court for pro nouncing Ipso facto excommunication against entire municipal councils, char itable associations, etc., which In any way endorse the acquisition of former church property. Furthermore Mgr. Oleure has formally Instructed the member of his dlnees to reepeet the law providing for "neutral education." AVENGES DEATH OF HUSBAND Italian 'Wontnn Shnots Man the Ae cum ef Mnrder Year ' Agr. NEW TORK. June In revenge for the alleged murder of her husband a year ago. Mrs. Louise La Bartla today rtred four bullet Into' Domintco Vereaejl. Ver- asfa was still alive when taken to the hospital, tmt hia wound are probably fatal. Mra. -La Bartla waa arrested. The shooting took place on the sidewalk at Pprlng and Kulltvan streets as Taraagia waa am hi wajr w work. Mrs. La startle waa waltfrg for him and when he ap proached her she opened fire with a re volver. Every bullH took effect. A by stander seised Mrs. La Bartla after the fourth shot and gave her Into the custody of the police. Mrs. La Bartla declared that Vsrsagla murdered her husband a year ago, and that she had appealed In vain to the pollre Versagla died from, the effects of his wounds this afternoon and Mrs. La Bartla was arraigned on a murder charge. When told that Versagla was dead she smiled. Sought to Probe Midway School Baptist Minister Offers Motion to Inrestigato Teaching, but Withdraws It. CHICAGO, III., June 28, An echo of 'he dropping of Professor Oeorge Human Fos ter from the Baptist ministers' conference of Chicago was' heard at the meeting of the conference' today, when Dr. Johnston Myers offered a resolution for the appoint ment of a committee "to investigate allega tions that teachings In the University of Chicago are not according to the Baptist faith. The motion Was withdrawn at the Ihstance of Dr. John A. Earl, who said: "It would do no 'good and might em barrass, the conference ' ir the resolution failed to carry. The university Is before the bar Of Judgment for trial and will got what Is coming to It soon enough." P. Donald D. MeLaurln, tn a letter, ten dered his resignation from the conference, stating that while he did not support the teachings of Professor' Foster, he deplored the ousting of the.latler from the con ference. . . REDEEMING JiEHAHA VALLEY (Continued from First Page.) former congressman In pursuit. A chase of three blocks resulted, but "the thief finally threw down the purse and escaped. Judge Boyd recovered the' wallet and con tnu intact. ", ' " t' , .To .late n. .Ysisg Woman. Executive . clemepoy . to save a young woman from the.', disgrace of a term In Jail was besought at the White House to day for Mrs. Ethel Donovan, until recently postmistress at Diets, Wyo. An appeal in her behalf was made by Heprexentatlve Mondell of Wyoming. Mrs. Donovan was convicted of embesilement In connection with the lssuancetpt nioney orders at the postoffice in lhe' IHU'e. mining ' town of Diets. Representative Mondell brought papers with him to show that eight of the Jurors who found her -guilty -under the law had since declared their belief that the woman had no lntenlton of committing the crime. Mrs. Donovan' Is only 'ti years old. Her sentence to Jail Is for six months, but has not been ordered yet. Her case was referred to the. Department of Jus tioe. ( ' . Some New. Postmasters. Postmasters, appointed: Nebraska, Water bury..., Dixon, county.,, John .P.. Eloid, vloe A. II. Surber, resigned. Iowa: Boi.durant, Polk county", John. Jarr.leson, vice B. F. Thomas, tesigned. , . Iron Hills, .Jackson County, peorge V Baker vice I. M. Bowl ing, resigned. Clay bum, D. Chambtrs, ap pointed, regular, ..Anna Selle, hui rural carrier, route 'No. -S,; at Orlnnell, la. ' On recomineodatlen of Cong-essman Smith, Dr. N SMMilin appointed pension examining; surrroo at AtlarKio, la.., vlee Dr.,iX.. C 4Hea,. rwlaWd VEIL IS DRAWN ON TRAGEDY (Continued- from First Page) race had been run and that he ha better make an end to It all. As to why Mrs. Wood I II went to the bungalow tiers was no evidence. . Woman's Letter Fonnd. An interesting development of tday was the finding of the scraps of a tern letter In the cracks of th bungalow flocr. Little of sense could be made from the f-agments of the letter, but the wrltng was identified as that of Mrs. Woodill. The Mter evi dently teas about the visit of sotie one to some place, to be "chaperoned cr not as he saw fit." Whether or not the letter could have had any bearing upor. the case, there was no way of telling. Bitting first In the bungalow, th coroner's Jury adjourned to McDanlel, and then to Ms. Michaels, where the verdlci waa an nounced. It waa to. the effect that on Bun day, June 20, In his bungalow on Broad creek, "Robert E. Eastman felonously killed, or was accessory to th crime of murdering . Edith May Thompson Woodill, wife of Gilbert Woodill of 11 Angeles, Cat," . - Dtaaentlns; Jnryanea. The four Jurymen, who dissented were Alexander Radcllffei the foreman, who Is ; undertaker; John. H. Jonea Jr., an In surance agent; Oeorge Carey, autoher, and Charles Hamilton, dry goods Jerk. These men were deeply Impressed wien the first read Eastman's letter giving his story of the crime, and while they mo-fclly believed him alone guilty, they deslrej that every other possible, factor In the cie should be eliminated. They complained that no testi mony' showing that Mrs. WootiU and East man nret at Royal Oak statlot on Saturday and were last seen togethe in a motor boat was officially presentee, Mrs. Eastman was granted letters of ad ministration today and all of her husband's real and personal property will be turned over to her. She will go bad to New York soon and return to th-e state. NO RECEIVER FOR , EXPRESS New York Conrt Denies Application of Jonn L. Dndley, n Stock kolder. . . NEW TORK, June M.-Ohn L. Dudley's application for the appoln-rnent of a tem porary receiver for the 1'nited States Kx press company was denied by Justice Guy In the supreme court here today. -The court likewise denied Dulley's application for permission to examine th company's books and accounts. . Best Natural Laxative Water This standard had popular aperi ent water is tho best remedy for Indigestion and Irregulari Jes of the bowels and stomach. It is so wH ano favorably known that It neod. no introduction that It baa boon used so long and so extena vely is It best recommendation. It acts quickly and Surely, bit withal gently, and loaves n unpleasant or bad after effeoU. Try it yourself when you suffen from - CONSTIPATION MUST AVOID WHITE WOMEN Chinese Laundrymen Lay Down Bales for Their Employes. POLICE ON THE SIGEL CASE Deteetlve Inspector Gives OBIelnl Theory of Crime and Predlete lltlmnte taptnre of l.eon Llnnr. NEW TORK. June .-AII the Chinese laundries In the city, which are operated by four companies in the nartie of Individ ual managers, received notices today In Chinese from the owners, warning em ployes that they must have nothing to do with white women beyond business over the counter, on pain of dismissal. Inspector McCafferty, chief of the New Tork detective bureau, gave out tonight the first authentic statement on the mur der of Klsle Slgel that has been made by the police since the discovery of the girl's body on June ID. in a trvnk In the room of Leon Ling, Amerlfanlzed Chinaman, In Eighth avenue. "We shall catch the murderer," the In spector says. "Delay does not alter that, although It chafes us. The whole country Is one vast rat trap, with every exit guarded. "The girl was killed betw'een 10 o'clock In the morning and noon of June 9, and we believe Leon Ling Is the man who did It, with Chung Ring, his Intimate, as a possi ble accomplice. We have Chung Sing. Leon l.lng'n Movements. "From his room In Eighth avenue, Leon Ling went straight to Washington, and there sent the 'Don't worry' telegram, Signed 'Elsie,' received on the night of the murder by the Slgel family. From Washington he returned to New York, and somewhere about midnight of June I took the body In a trunk to Newark, ar riving there about I a. m. on June 10. We don't know how he took It "All available records of the various iax Icab companies have been searched, but there are many privately owned machines, which keep no records. A chauffeur who had made such a trip would be more than likely to have taken hush money. "Unable to dispose of his trunk, Leon returned to New York with the body on the afternoon of June W and left It in his room. From that moment we lose all trace of him. Bo far as we know, he had no other possible accomplice than Chung Blng. We do not know what became of the clothes not found on the body. There Is no evidence to show that they were ever taken to Harlem. Whole Country Searching-. "No other murder that I can remember has attracted such wide Interest or such enthusiastic co-operation on the part of the police of other cities. All the forces of the country are working as one great machine. We have fifty men of our own In the cities of the east. "The only possible ship on which Leon could have left the country Is due to ar rive in Yokohama on July I. Phe will be watched. The men cannot get out of the country. If he Is alive, we shall catch him." South Dakota Man Takes Yale Piize P. T. Dondlenrer at Mitnhell i. c a sv vuvu ACS aj b U" dent with Highest Examina tion Marks. NEW HAVEN, Conn., June 2S.-An elec trical storm with a terrific downpour of rain and fierce guests of wind were un expected accompaniments to class day at Yale university today, but no material damage resulted. The prixes at the law school Included: Jewel prixe, member of second year class with highest annual examination marks: P. T. Dondlenger, Mitchell, S. D. Townsend prlte for member of gradu ating clans, writing and pronouncing the best oration: J. F. T. O'Connor, Grand Forks, S. D. The list of graduating class honors war headed by F. H. Wlagin. New Haven. bachelor of laws, who leads his class. Other graduate honors went to N. De Las las, Taal, Philippine islands, master of laws, and P. G. Sanohex. ConceDtlon. Philippine Islands. Two Train Wrecks Laid to Heat Displaced Bails Send Two Trains Into Ditch Eight Are Injured. DENVER, C010., June St. Two train In Colorado met accidents yesterday as a re sult apparently of the Intense heat, which Is believed to have twisted the rails. Eight persons were hurt, none fatally, when three ooaches of the eastbound Den ver ft Rio Grande passenger train No. S, known a th fan Francisco limited, went into the ditch at Sedalla, twenty miles from Denver. The wreck was caused by the displacement of rails. Among the In jured were Mr. and Mra. 8. C. Jackson and Vlda Jackson of West Lafayette, Ind., who were slightly bruised. A few hours later the engine and two coaches of a Colorado Midland train were derailed Inside the city limits of Denver, presumably the result of heat-twisted rails. The passengers and crew escaped with a shaking up. Testerday was the hottest day In ten years In Denver, the thermometer reach ing 9b. CLUB READY FIRST OF MONTH Railway Men's Quarters Will Be Oe- cepled In Jnst Few More Drs. ai narker. superintendent of the Barker KLu-ic cmecta to have the new quarters of the Omaha Railway Men's club ready for occupancy by July 1, and th eiun is ready to take possession. The rooms are on the second floor of the block ana oc cupy all the space except that which will be used by the Corn Exchange bank. They are laree and commodious and well lighted, having the large windows on Fifteenth street and on the south as well. There are three large rooms and smaller apart ments. The south room will be used as a billiard room, ths middle room for dining and the large north room for reading and lounging. The paper hangers are nearly through with their work and the billiard tablee are being Installed. inner Esenrelens nn Tflekel Mate Bond. Chicago to New Tork and return. Kate. Chloago to Boston and return, S2S J6. On sale June t Limit 30 days. Low rates to other eastern destinations. Inquire of local agent, or address Juhn T. Calahan, Oen trtU Aguut, No. 107 Adam St., Chicago. KflKlEY ..on.... Business and Residence Property 5 and 5 Privilege given to pay whole or any part of principal sum twice a year.' x W. B. MEiKLE 205 Ramge Building Saivmgs Accounts of any amount, from any person, at any time. Our 'facilities are well arranged to assist those who desire to save. Location, office hours, in fact all of our methods are for the convenience ". of our depositors. HOURS 9 A. M TO 5 P. M.; ; ; 9 A. M. TO 9 P. M. SATURDAYS. . OSy Sawiiffis Bank- 16lli and Douglas Sts., Omaha Woman's Work Activities ef the Organised Bodies Along- the Uaea ef Un dertaking ef Ooneerm to Women. From Mrs. Sarah Piatt Decker, ex-presl-dent of the general federation comes the suggestion that chairmen of all standing committees unite In asking clubs to Include a "Federation Day" In their programs next year. A consideration of the work of the general federation Is especially asked. The suggestion is an excellent one and such a program would do much toward familiarising club women generally with the alms and the work of the great na tional organisation. With the July Issue the woman's club journal have been suspended for the sum mer! or until October L The general ad journment of clubs and. the little activity in consequenee almost, necessitates this Suspension. Miss Louisa B. Poppenhelm and her sister. Miss Mary Poppenhelm, former members of the executive committee of the general federation and editor of The Key stone, at Charleston, 8. C. will spend the summer abroad. The Federation Bulletin, official organ of the general federation will also be suspended until autumn. It Is being whispered that an effort will be made at the Cincinnati biennial to make an Ohio publication the pfflclal organ, Instead of The Bulletin. The Bulletin has certainly served well as a medium of dis seminating club news and for the presen tation an ddlscusslon of the various inter ests of the general federation and club women over the country In view of the proposed plan for begin ning its club , house fund next autumn, members of th Omaha "Woman's club will be interested In the following cutting from a Denver paper: The Woman's club has Just closed one of the most prosperous years in its entire history. It was indeed fortunate that u firm and clear-sighted pilot was at the helm during the year of th financial crisis, and the gradual return to pros perous condition, but under the wise and capable management 64 Mrs. Charles H. Jacobson the club not only overcame every dlffloulty, but hns today more than SI.OuO on deposit, which Is by far the largest balance In the treasury for many year. Not only Is the club treasury In t.ils piun perous condition, but every department has a good sls.d bank balance, which is en tirely unprecedented. During the two years of Mrs. JecobsW administration, 12.000 bas been paid on the mortgage on the club house and ILO0O more Is ready to be paid the first Of next month.' The rentals for the year Jurit closed, have been larger than for any previous year, Th different branches of philanthropic work have been maintained and two ' new features have been added a new club along th line of the social union, and a loan fund to help the needy. Th programs, during Mr. Jacobson' regime have been th finest, from a literary standpoint, ever attempted That these things have been appreciated Is evldenoed by th fact that th club mem bershlp ha Increased tS per sent and now number 700. tornccsrrs or ocbajt niaiissars. Mrt. ArriY. OL ASOOW CauuiSrt...., LJVKRrOOt rnnl LIVERPOOL Ltrnil UVBRPOOL. Tsiliita DOVknt Laelan aoiTHAMPTON. New Vsrk.... (IfBDNSTOWN sal tea. , T. W. Wlllwlrs. . Laasnla. John says: "Clip, Clip!" Thoro (OS 4o off tho orleo. Ono of my oholoost ro Havana lOo olgar f(f la now Vw Central Cigar Store 521 Stulk Hth Slntt. HOTEL, Summer Garden Oonneettng' wttn Verne's Tlneyarg . VSnQTS. UTZTZSTO, SICaAITaiw, BMTaVABOXBsV NOW OPEN Dr.tydn'r v PERFECT,'-, 1 Tooth Powder Cleanses, beautifies and preserves ihe teeth and 'purifies the breath v. Used by people, of refinement for almost , Half a Century Boys nd Girls Your Compositions '-"GAS" Must Bo In By Thursday Evening. July I, to win on of tho Prison. DRANDEIS STORES AMl lEMBItTI. ' IIANSC0M PARK West Sldo TWELFTH NIGHT tXAKXSralAJMI fo Benefit of PUBLIO PLAY GROUNDS Tuesday, June 29, 7:30 P. M. Matlnoo Wodnooday- Mucti Ado Absut Nothing Tert Or mutary Band. Tickets Me. Reserved Seats at Owl Drug Store, llth and Harney its. Air Oome HIU.MAN BTOCKXO. IN Ihc Burglar's Wile ' Admission, ion nnd to sraxT wM"ysi and Hyde. BOYD'S rwssSLL TODAY WflO, . . . Matinees I Taeseey, TanraOny, natnrnny HI WOODWAX I TOOK OO., ' IN "Merely Mary Ann" ITert Week MOTrsTO rTCTtrnng. HOTELS ANO CAVES. The Immenss Crowd you se every day at. Iansoifs Cafe t caused by th tact tbif Finest Food and Borrlc. lev tha west Js found hro. :t Sandwichoo ROME . 4 r IW't Have Made the Reputation woo M the Beat Sandwiches served. -A Puel Q THE BOKtON LUNCH! llg raraam. aVengUs H Always Open. 4 ' i f i