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THE BEE: OMATIA. UEHXESDAY. JU5CE P. 1010.
bKiEF CITY NEWS Hirt Root "rint Ii. A-lgUUnj riaiiuos Burgcss-Grandon Go. a.t Dry Cleaning of auriin'tila, Tftlo . De Work:.. lui Houth l"if lecntli. 1050 Sitlon.il his Insurance "o. 1910 II.;!h L. Ail;, General Agent, Omaha. ctooks A.'.Uitcu, le.lscd, sluiiin iiiMta.ll- i J. .'0 j cum vxpf i iwri'.i'. U Khun, H. 3:202. Trur Child reeds a Sand Vila A ton i l i Iran pi;iy ruml, bunue'" 1 1. J. II Uaiiny. I'linne 1) 'tsl. Kotio Xioana to Home Makers make nt money work for the family. Ne liaxka Sawn and Loan Aitn will a how ) ju. luii Jiuartl o Trails iilda . Omaha. Year loi B-Cin.i lirole Wllltuin Cjii. ...'3, yrori-il foiijoi, came before JjiIkj i.f; li Tuid.iy fjf breaking ' in p.Uuii!. . no court K'-vn linn a tine ol (1 and one hi ,nu peiiilcnUaiy. utAta fcc-iooi a&oney Received County M.u.'uii i i-oia II ' a 4 iv til irum tne a.: treasurer t.su v. HuiijiU county a iiflioi Uuuiiiuiit ol aiulo fCliuol lumla lor iim'. I... u uw uppui tUniiuiiit IUi '. . 'H.I. inai Liquor to xsserTation J ante uuiiij v. as utuukm Ivj umaiia yesterday i.na plana .ii tne county Jml ly Lpu,y L liilfrt t-iaics Aiitishi.1 Sides, charged wun introducing luiuo.' on ilia innebayu innervation. vuines Baby 4rriri--A girl baby hat been boll) to Mr. and Mr. Louis Antfu, Hit liouglaa slieel. tin far aa Major iiarker ot tne Heaim office can recall, una a tin' accona cnlid of Cnlnvaa parents to lie born in umaiia. la me Uivoraa Court Mia. Grace Ann I'ustl, wile of a traveling man, liaa brougtil ru t lor divorce from Uudoipn Dueel. Auti two years of delay, Oeorgd Utiboin t Ben aoii ha paid me coat a ui ula divorce decree H um Josephine Osboin. Xempla Israel Religion School Cloaaa .c iiusiu9 Libo o. xmiiue ioiuvi Iteligluu school Hill be held on Sunuuy inuining. '1 ne children will participate in a flower acrvlct. Certificates of honor .111 - .. . .. I . . I . 1 1 1 r I u Lincoln Man ,obb-That lie ai robbed by a mulatto woman at the cor ner of Xenvh and Uouglaa atreeta laat night of JCi, was the tale . Herrun ot Lincoln told to Desk Surgrant llavey at the poTk-e station. lie protluced a purse stuffed with paper, where the bills had been In evldeuce. Injuxad by Tall from Wagon Thrown last night liom the wagon he was driv iu, tne horse of which had taken fright and run off at Seventeenth and Pierre tttieeta, Anlonu Celenzkl suatalned bruises on the body, a crushed foot and the rup ture of a blood vessel In tho right leg. He was taken to St. Joseph's hospital. ) Baby Saved from Smoke While at tempting to extinguish a fire at his home at 1U7 Arthur street last night August J. Naule was painful" burned On the hands and is now a patient of Dr. Wearne. The fire was In the pmitry and was caused by a lamp explosion. The pantry la be twee n the kitchen and the front room and on the outbreak, Mr. Naulo rushed Into the front room and carried out his sleeping baby. About $.'iO will cover the damage Auto Kong Amuck Karnani street at lis Intersection with Sixteenth street was last night the sceno of a minor wave of excitement, and Just as the spectators ot tho Incident were about to exclalnV'Oh, there It's through the window," the auto mobile, the cause of the flutter, was brought to a standstill. By thli time It was well on tho sidewalk and had collided with a horse attached to a buggy. The horso waa preparing for a ranter when Officer rsxanowskl stopped Its career. The auto is owned by Mrs. Paxton and at lllv u'liu . vim. bo ' I linilf JUIlIltfy of cat Farnam, her chauffeur. The ma chine got . out of control and before he could stop it had backed across the street from east to west. Its wandering was stayed opposite tho window of the Chi cago ft Milwaukee office. AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA -Frank Newton Seriously Hurt While Handling Revolver. CAR COMPANY REMOVES TRACKS rtiira, lio Are to t.lve Amateur '! Paiaa Thruagb I) reus llrhearsal with l.reat rrdlt. 1'iarik Newton was accidentally shot and Willi!.!. wounded last night by his friend William I'dUett. at Henderson's pool hall at Twenty-fourth and Q streets. The hoys were, exhibiting two revolvers and in passing ono from the hand of Col lelt to that of Newton It waa dischai gid and tlm hall went through his arm und Into his left sloe, ranging buckward and lodging in the flesh of the back. The young man was hurriedly taken to thu South Omaha hospital where Dr. A. II. Koeiilg succeeded In locating ami extract ing the bullet. it la thought that the wound will not piove especially dangerous, although Dial is a possibility. William L'ollitt waa detained at police headquarters during the night, but Newton I on the selection of Trof A. U. Nichols as superintendent of the manual training de part inent. Water hu hen tnmeil rin iii -th nn.- f nintain at Twenty-Hlxth and I. utieets and, hundred of horea have been watered there In the Isn't few days. S. I Winters ha renisn? from the examining b.iard of the South Omaha teaeh rr. and It Is said that A. II. Koenlg. the other member, may alao resign. Mrs. Barbara James of Omaha waa hurt In a street ear aciidenl ut Twenty-fourth and M tree!s Monday niulit. She fell and bruised the h.ick of her head, but the in Jury is not dangerous. Brownell Hall Graduates Take Their Diplomas Twenty-Five Young Women Complete Course in Seminary Rev. Hayi of Lincoln Speaks. Oratory Class of University Holds Debate Mils Jfane Hamilton, George Perci val and Miss Gladys Solomon Are Prize Winners. At the Theaters I lieiitiful ill lift n.lnu.ni.hinj tn., iriil rr i a A explained the matter himself ua an accl- p, .. ,.,,,. .J' . . , . . -1 w HI' ' J . LII 111.111 ii, ucnuif auu llublea Strangled by croup, coughs or colds are Instantly re lieved and quickly cured with Dr. King's Mew Discovery. Wo and $1.00. For sale bj lieaton Drug Co. CALL . FOR REV. R. R. DIGGS Hector of St. John's la Offered Palplt at New Jherla, I.a. . Negro, tlatlona rending;. Uev. n. R. Dlggs. rector of St. John s Kpiscopal cnurch, haa received a call to Holy Epiphany church at New Iberia. La. Ho haa not yet accepted the call and the negotatlona are yet In progress. "I shall not know for ten days or two weeks yet definitely about the matter," said Dr. Dlggs last night New Iberia lies within aixty mllei of New Orleans and is about fifteen mllea from the gulf. That sale on those $30 $35 4 ' V two-piece suits will con tinue through this y week. "We make them up now for $20.00 We could not take care of the customers last week. The fabrics include, all of the latest shades in browns and greys , and inolude nifty eerges." You have time yet to make a dandy selection. 3M London Zaili Tne senior rlaK3 of Lirownell llai. twenty five graduates, were given their diplomas at a pietty ommonccnient held at tile Chuicn ol St. Mathlus Tuesday morning. Uev. s. .Mills Hayes of Lincoln m his com mencement addles, made a plea for the dent, and did not wish to have his friuud placid under an est. Frank Newton Uvea at the home of l'eter l'owers at Twenty-fourth and ii streets, and Collelt lives at thb Kline hotel, Twen ty-fourth and W streets. At last reports from thu houpltul the wounded boy was resting well. torn pa ii) 'lakes I Truck. The- oiuuha & Council Bluffs Htreet Railway company Is busily taking up a line of old track on N street and on Twenty-sixth street to the L. street viaduct, 'this track haa never been in operation since the heavy cars Aero placed in serv ice In South Omaha. Tho South Onmlid city council has many tunes passed reso Uitions ordering thu company to take up tills track, but the company has never done it. Willi trie laying of the track ucross the y street viaduct the necessity of maintaining any semblance of a lino oil Twenty-sixth street was obviated. The old line had been left ihero apparently to muintaiii the right to use that particular street if sb desired at any time. Student a' Dresa Hehvaraal. Tho seniors of the three casts of the South Omaha High School Drumutlc classes pawned the ordeal of dress rehear sal last night for "The Romancers," "The Sword of Hemombranco," and "College Chums." 'All tnrce of these sketches will lie produced tonight wiVh new Bctnciy uiid the orchestra of twenty pieces. The peo ple, who may expect something common place or ordinary have a great surprise in store for the joung people will cct tulnly givo the beat amateur performance ever staged in the city. Karl Sago in the "tsword of Hemomorance," will mukc a great hit. bven with the hundred and u'.ie detractions of the ureas rehearsals, lie gave an' extraodinary performance, lie was mofet aoiy seconded oy Mls Georgian Davis. Louis llurno takes to the rolo ut the undlscouraged lover easily and inukes me little play ett attractive. The other piays are equally good. The following are the members ul tne several casts. "Ihe Komuiicers," by Edmund Rostand. The cast; eyiveiiu Hulh C. Miller rumiuinat riant irae) i eicmei Call L. Huliuca unguium .'.Ralph Noriuiup btraiorel L,ouis v. Home "Tne bword of Iteiiieinbruiiee," oy Alice Vales. The cast: Nan Drayton Ueorglanu Davis Ainv Drayton ;Onve Letimcr Colonel 1 iiznugh i.arl c Huge Stuyvesant Toiuklns Louis W. Home College Chums. The cast: Mrs. Hudson Agnes Kltxgerald Miss Hudson Blanche Wuliweber Steve Hudson t lllrd Stryker Ned Burleigh Kd De Young Jack Randolph Irvine Oiahuni bhreedy ....Ueurgu ltapp Commencement Programs Oat. The commencement programs and Invi tations for Friday night were Issued yes terday and announce the presence of Chan cellor Samuel Avery of the University of Nebraska, as the orator of the evening. iho following is tho full program: Opening Chorus Selected innn scnooi chorus. Processional Maich -etflass of U10 Orchestral Accnmnanlmi.nt Invocation Robert L. Wheeler, D. D. Selection HlEh School Chorim Commencement Address, "Nebraska and Her Schools" Chancellor Avery "Nebraska and llr Nrhnni. " PlailO Solo Karl C. Rnrro Selection Senior Glrla' Ohhii. Intermexzo Russe Theodore Franke Hlah School Orrhe.lr Presentation of Diplomas to Graduates, jt-resiaent lecnout of the Board of Edu cation. Orchestral Ari'omnnnim.nt Presentation of Scholarship to Honor Graduate Principal Wheeler Panqulta Alfred O. Robyn High School Orchestra. Hull of Graduates. Roll of graduates: Frances Marie Berry, Glenn W. Brlggs, Jean Botham Bothwell, Angelus Marie Breen, Lucy B. Chase Bertha Alice Caughey, Iva Clark, Ber nlce Conaway, Eunice Conaway, Ralph B Curtl, Georglana Ruth Davis, Edward Richard De Young. Alma Diekman -i A. Dlckman, Agnea Ruth FltxaemM i.v.. Marie Ladw. Joseph F. Formanek, S Irvjno Oraham, Margaret Hart, Martin Holbrook, Frances Madeline Horton, Carl B. Holmes. Louis W'illard llnrna i.-i,.r.... Gula Johnson, A. Maude Lauderbatch Olive Lehmer, Ruth Cecilia A. Miller, Mar- soiri narinn, james C larence Ueany Harry R. Nelson, Ralph Henry Northrup! Marie L. Pollan, George Frederic Rapp Earl C. 8age, Benjamin Searle, Franklin Hlrd Stryker. Zdenka Slnkule, Vlasta L flterba, Ella Mae Sullivan, Frank E. Tracy' Gladys Corlnne Van Sant, Blanch Agatha V Iweber, Maude Irene Williams, William Wilson, Bertha Jeannette Wilson. Clare Franklin Young. Madlsou School Kxerelsea. Graduating exerclsua of the Eighth grade of the Madison school will be held Wed nesday at S:!X p. m. Tho program is as follows: V"" "on Eighth Grade V."?. r.. ":".V. juuge A. 1. Sutton 7, ' . ' '. "espouse r. i."ulu onaaespeare. Presentation of Diplomas. ..N. M. Oraham w vareius ana mends. y Club HottSH in u-. The South Omaha Gun club Is to have an old-fashioned house raising Sunday morn ing. The members are all Invited to appear at the club grounds as early as possible Sunday morning ready to assist In build ing the club a new and commodious house to meet all tho present and the future permanent requirements. The membership n a nuiiiocr oi cai p.-mers and the proposl. uon is to have a plcmo and a big pleasure party and spend the time in building the house. It is proposed to have the aame done by noon, ready for the afternoon shoot. The day will be made a great af fair. Plenty to eat will be provided and each member la expected to bring another to assist. t Maglo t'Hy Coaalp. Dr. M. L. King Is off on a visit to tht Pacific coast. He will be gone for a month or more. Jinks Cavanaugh has gone to Calumet. V ! , '-v- i.iiiii wun me uudahy Packing company. The annual ball of the Social Pleasure elub will tie given at Rushing ! hall Tuura- J VlVIUIlg, tfUHV P. A meeting of the flnanr Mmmin.. t the Preatiytorian church be held Thurs day evening at Brewer's chapel. Miss A. Opersnsky waa given a shower .nuuuaT riiiii u me noiu ,o( Mr. and airs, wonn ik.ratay. ens is tu be married In m rra, Muoh favorable comment baa keen beard s.inetiiy of this the closing event ot their school lite.. Fortunately the weather did not interfere with the procession from the school to the church, always a pretty feature, and the white-gowned choir girls led the long pro cession of white-gowned school g.rls, sen iors wearing white cap and gown, faculty iii the mure serious black gowns and caps, and clergymen In churcnly robes. The church uu.i more than filled with aumlrlug frkudu und relatives and the in formal reception held at the sel'iool after tiie service, wit3 largely attended. In Ins uduri'ss to thu young women of the Keillor cluss Rev. Mr. Hayes umphuslzod lh lucl that il ia not thu future lite, but the present lilc which musl bo mude the most of, since all Hie Is but a continuance of tho present. He then pictured the life of which they niui be a part, the life ot today, of this country. Right Rev. Arthur L. Williams, bishop of Nebraska, conferred the diplomas. The Mary E. Cunningham medal was pre sented to the winner, Miss Ethel Holm quint. In addition to those named, the clergy men who assisted In the services were Dean G. A. Beechcr, Rev. Nobau, Rev. Collar, Rev. F. D. Tyner and Rev. John A. Williams. The young women who were graduated from tho college preparatory department were Misses Ida Kowena Darlow, Myrna Boyce, Pearl Frances Damron, Ethel lvath ciine Holmqulut; collegiate, MIhs Hazel Mary Rumsey; academical. Misses Lois Margery Alleman, Katherlue Miller Bee son, Violet Carl, Mary Alice Carter, Mubcl Irene Clark, Margurei Gladys Cattle, Irma May Douglas, Janet Ellen Hall, Helen Sylvia Hunter, Ida Bello Junes, Helen Matters, Zue Mellor, Evalyn Bess Miller, Daphne I'eteru, Hazel Helen Edith Smith, Margaret Spargo, Exlclla Belle Stephens, Olga Story and Catherine Thutiuuul. In the oratorical rontest List evening given ly the members of the clas of oial expression of the I'nlversity ot Omaha, Miss Jenno Hamilton, was awarded first place; Mr. Geurse Pircival, second, and Miss lilaii.v;. Solomon, third. A large Au dience at the Emanuel l..iptint church gae the contestants hearty support. Tho pro gram as a whole wiis excellent, and II was difficult for the Judges to choose tho win nr.-if. Miss Hamilton's selection was "The Going of the YVhite Swan," by Parker, and her rendition of it Is worthy of praise. U Is a composition which Is difficult to present owing to Us wrluht, but it was ghen with splendid Intcrpi etalon and a clear and foicel'ul delivery. Miss. Hamilton Oiou.-iui ou'. the pathos of the piece lu a manner which stirred Hie audience perceptibly. "The Foxes Tulls" wns given by Mr. l'ercival In a clever and entertaining wuy. Tho selection la comical, and the brogue gieti by tnu two ci...i iiciel s, Lhiuhi l .i houre down with a storm of uppluu.-e. ilr. Perclval was ttillrely at ease ut all lime. Miss Giailys Holoinuii deliveroJ '"the Marohes ol' Glynn," by Lanier, lu a pleas ing way. She possesses a good voice and her manner was eHsy, The contestants wero graded upon thiee points; distinctness, grace in delivery and inleiprctatlon. The Judges were J. A. Sun derland, Rev. Nntliunlel McGifivn and C. A. Goss. The exercises was presided oer by Dr. G. E. Jenkins, and the Invoca tion given by Rev. M. Abbott, pastor of Trinity Methodist church. Excellent music was furnished by the liainiony (induct ot which Misses slt kinn, Ollle Burnett, Hellen Crowe and Alice Charier arc members. Mrs. F. 1. Kennedy also rendered sevoral selections. Tha pro grain reflects much credit upon the In structor "of the oratorical department of tho university, Mrs. Charles P. Rosa. DRINKS POISON FOR MINERAL WATER; DEAD II. II. Morton of Council Dlaffe Dies at Atlantic City Tbroaxh Drug Clerk's Mistake. H. H. Morton, 420 South F.lghth street Council Bluffs, died In Atlantic, la., Tues day morning after drinking a glass of formaldehyde given him In mistake tor mineral water," by H. B. Sears a eterk in the Moore drug store of that city. The poison took effect at once, and Morton died within Beven minutes after taking It. Drs. Wldner, Graham and Burke were called, but they were unable to counter act the poison. Mr. Morton was married, but according to Robert Bacon of McCord-Brady of Omaha had no children. He was a trav eling salesman foi McCord-Brady and Sunday evening ho and Slg Schavland a commercial traveler, went to Atlantic. Mr. Schavland said that Morton left him, saying he waa going to a drug store to get a drink of water, and the next he heard of him was the news of his death. Scars la said to be an experienced drug gist and to have been employed at Moure's for several years. WATER JOKER IS AT LARGE Major Barker Delivers Himself of Few Well Chosen WorT.s Over Telephone. "Some people are getting Just too sarcas tic," remarked Major Barker of tha citv health office, as he wearily turned away from tho telephone that Is continually rais ing a row in that branch of the municipal government. "That person I Just npoke to wanted to know If It is safe to sprinkle tomato plants with city water, also If It would Fpoil beet greens to wash them In city water. Of course, 1 told him It would not if he first boiled the water, then filtered It, and after ward tried the cookU vegetables on the cat." "oil's PnnUhment" at the llrandrls. Jacob Adlrr and company In modern drama in four acts by Z. L.bin. The east : I'r. Landau, a prison chanUin Mr. Jacob P. Adlet Adella. his wife Mme. S.irah Adlet Frieda, their daughter. . Miss Frances Adlei Lilly, their younger dauanter Miss Stella Adler Jo.-eph. .XilelTa's brother, a musk- te.icher Samuel Thornben Waldberg, a rich fur manufacturer Mr. tllnsberi ! Out Celin. his wife Mme. Sillietl , Julius, their only son Mr. Schoengold : Annie. Adella s illegitimate daughter.... .Mme. Wlleii.k : Friedherg Mr. Hochsteir ' Ancient sin carefully hidden a score tv , years and then suddenly brought to light i In the home of Dr. Landau wrought havoc with its happiness, rrennptial transgres- t slon by the wife and mother Is discovered her husband la turned from her, her leglli- mately born daughter's engagement Is, broken, and this daughter kills herself. Tht j daughter bor.i out of wedlock haa heisell l shoiwt n mimewhat frail disposition and it with difficulty brought to more sedate mode! o.' life. Such, baldly told. Is the plot, of "Ood' Punishment." For three acts there Is tresi , and storm of violent feeling. In the last ci when the agony has spent Itself, emergei what measure of peace and quietude Is possible In these circumstances. Dr. Landau comes to forgive his wife and the child of erring love Is adopted into the home. Mr. Adlcr, who is playing tho husband nf tho woman, who had sinned before het marriage, is an actor of fiitifh as well ar power. He Is a man of distinguished stage ptcsence and commanding personality Mine. Adler, an actress of eiual ability played a role of like stress and sorrow. Moreover, she showed laudable restraint Ir tho stronger scenes. Including a fit of hys terica with which she' closes the first act, The supporting company la well balanced. Mr. Aulcr'h daughter, was the girl who killed herself, when her mother's shame was niuilo known and her own happiness shuttered. .Mr. Sehoengold played her fiancee. Ho was promptly recognized by the uudlrnco us an aetoi, who had been well liked here, when he played with Mme. Kenny Lipzin. Some comedy relief fell to Samuel Thornberg, an actor with a face so eomio that some members of the audi ence were disposed to laugh, when he was not seiiotis. Mr. Adler was greeted by an audience, which filled the theater and whjch followed the story with intense Interest. He him self was given on appearance, what may fairly bo termed an ovation. The company will be seen this evening in "The Stranger," a drama by Jacob Gordln. . Conaervatlon of .Vaturm Resources Applies as well to our physical state as to material things. C. J. Budlong. Wash Ington, R. 1., realized his condition, and took warning before it was too late. Ha says: "I suffered severely from kidney trouble, the disease being hereditary in our family, 1 have taken sour bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and now con sider myself throughly cured. This should be-jj warning to all upt to neglect takirfg Foley's Kidney Remedy until It is too late." Sold by all druggists. Iwft NEBRASKl AND IOWA PATENTS List of Those Securing; Letters from the Government for In . mentions. Follow ing Is a list of Nebraska and Iowa patents for inventions Issued from the United States patent office at Washington, to Inhabitants of low and Nebraska, for the week ending June i lfllO, as reported from the office of W'illard Eddy, solicitor of patents and counselor in pa leu t causes 61S Paxton block, Omaha: To Edgar IV Bailey of Clarinda, l fol. device tor assembling parts of a centriiuaal separating bowl. " To William S. Coates, deceased, Jennie E. Coates, administratrix, or Cedar Ruulda lu., for dump wagon, ' To Orpha u. Cole and J. E. Wright of Omaha, for gage attachment for shears To William p. Dunlap of Mauuokeia, lit for wagon reach adjuster. ' To George J. Licnnoin of Dubuque. la for box. ' To '1 nomas I Everett of Fairfield, la for railway tie: ' To George L. Fisher of Omaha, for case mejit fastener. To Charles A. Foell of Rockwell, la., for tongue truck. To Jnmca F. S. Goble of New Albln, la for clamping device for grinding lawn mowers. To William J. Golgert of Juniata, Neb for mail box. '.' To John R. Graft of Cedar Rapids, la tor fence attachment. ' To Casper 11. Grigs of Dubuque, la., for machine lor manufacturing harness pegs To Leonard F. Haddon of Loulsviile Neb., for carrier. ' To Charles 8. Huntington of Omaha, for machine for forming buckle frames. To Harry P. Key hoe and E. iUndley of Ottumwa, la., for molding machine To Earl C. Kimball of Naper, Neb., for trace buckle. To John Lawler of Clinton, la., for lamu casing. To Frederick R. Lintel man of Hartn J-, for surgeon's operating pan. ' to ueorge it. L.ee oi omana, for tireless brooder. To Nela B. Osher ot Esthsrvllle, la., for churn. To William 6. Parker of Ottumwa, la for railway ticket. " To Frank E. Powell of Des Moines, for square and bevel. To Laurlts T. Rasmussen of Council Bluffs, fur internal combustion engine To Cyrus E. Saunderson of Lincoln for manufacture of btot and shoe soles ' To I'harles E. Sweet of Fort Madison la for mill carriage attachment. ' '', To George W. Todd of Omaha, Neb fur horse collar. ' To Einll Walch of Keokuk, la., for shin plug case. v To Henry Wlechelman of Long Pin. Neb., lor road scraper. "" The world's moat successful medicine for bowel complaints la Chamberlain' Collo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It has re lieved more pain and suffering, and saved more Uvea than any other medicine In use. Invaluable for children and adulta. Bold by all dealers. 5 ! Officer Trl ' SAN tHANI 'lSt'U. June 7 Ctrl K. . ... of conduct unbecoming an officer and i,t iel W. Hand, former quartermaster cap tain of the transport Sherman, was placed on trial before m, court martial at the Presidio today. -Slimmer Underwear jTR MEN FOR BOS -V Hi! Pjlil Ah ,he b,,h' Porodtnil is I ' f 'i'll 'P4 ''-It) r(R Prtiulrly tefre.hing. 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The Colorado Limited is electric lighted, carries Observation Cars and Dining Cars., It is a train of the highest grade. For reservations, apply to CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1502 Farnam St. Every sensible person Seeks COMFORT in Low Cut Shoesand GETS it in Our Smart New REGAL OXFORDS for MEN and WOMEN Because every 'Regal is) matie on a scientifically deslRtietl l t by the most Rkllled nhoemakcra in the world. Hotiuise Uracils come in quarter ie Junt tloulile tho usual number of ehoi flttings Insuring an exact fit for every fcot. Because Regal leathers are light and comfortable on the feet. Because Regal (, Oxfords never " chafe" the heel, but fit smoothly and snu&ly. In addition to perfect comfort Regals give you the latest, correct low-cut styles for the season; built on models designed by celebrated New York and London custom bootmakers. Drop in and let us show you these smart Regal Oxfords. Try on a pair and learn how snugly and comfortably they fit your feet. Once jou wear them you'll never wear any other kind. Regal prices are $3.50 and $4.00 'The House of High Merit. Mm Dell, IougUi 3580; Independent, A -33 2 3. "i 3 ysjg - - ' Mbvy L " f jJ"1 'V:'. V-..-.'.w...'','-' ! '.-A .j j? I xve .i n t ' ' k j ar .am- ba m . v r -. j - - i . .en, vi Si A Week -X. e .1 - t m- B ar . in inc ajcKv Year in a Gymnasium Good air is the basis of good health "it's human coal" -the fuel out of which energy is made. Go out to Colorado and live out of doors: fre'shen uo in the clean, dynamic atmosphere of the plant I.I hills: out more red corpuscles in vour blood:' i?rov m younger in a jonmgnt ana cnarge tne crip 10 ine in- j II vestment account, racit your grip tonigni, iaK.c tne Rock Island to the Rockies direct to both Denver and Colorado Spring tomorrow, and have your vacation start when yen start. It's sur prising how little monty a vacation in the Rockies costs. Let me tell you about rates at hotels and boarding places and provide other needed information which is worth having. Splendid Fast Trains Every Day via Rock Island lines for Colorado, Yellowstone Tarlc and the Pacific . c "11.. 1 . i . t ii . i i i i . rt i.iiam. n i 'cti in ii v iw imiiiii inn mir Mil Hiiiiiinrr Til in. np crnm I i. .l. nll .ri .,, V iciom oi ine vjoiacn went. r.ri u Bena you tinistratea liter ature and u;gct the vacation of your life. Call, phone or If v tii write today. J. 8. MoNALLT DlTlslorl Paiieocer Agent 1323 Farnam St. Omaha, Neb. Very Low Hates all Summer hi : .1 Knjoy the grandeur of snow-capppd ninuntalns the restful pleasure of fertile valleys the magnlftcenre and beauty ut nature's grandest and most rugged scenery. A trip on the CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY offers a vacation ut small expense lu the most talked ot and interesting ncenlc spots lu the world. BAJXTT, LIKE &OUISB, TIELD, OLACIEB 1 Here you will llnd a perfeet revel of en.ioyinent im otlior place ran offer such an opportunity to kodak, hunt, dsn, drive, sketch, ollmb, botanlse. Motels are under direct inutiBgemen t ot tha railway company and give unequaled service. Low Bummer Tonrtat Tares Daily to all Worth Faolfio Coast Cities, June 1 to September 30. If desired, you may use tne Canadian I'acific lu one direction and any other railway In the other AI lKA al"' return from Vancouver, $86 by Canadian Faolflo Steamers. Se sjfnfl cure your steamer rexervations before startW'g. Bend tor "Chal lenge of the Mountains" and Alaska folder. Tickets for enle by Hsrents of nil ratlwsvw. A. c. m A W, denarsl Asrent. 932 South Clark Street. CHICAGO Thursday. Home Day. Don't fail to see the tempting offers of real estate dealers in Thursday's Bee. Oinaba re al estate presents a safer investment than most any other proposition you could put your money into. Always increasing in value and paying a good rate on' tho investments. Thursday's Bee will have a great many choice' realty bargains advertised for sale on easy terms. This mean? you can invest a few hundred dollars in a piece of real estate and let the rent money tako care of the balance. nmsMsas MM Engraved Stationery Wtddlng Invilmtion Announctmtntl VimiUng Cmrdt All correct farms in current social unuse enrravad In the beM manner and punctually delivered whan promised. Embossed Monogram Stationery and ethef work executed al prices lower than usually prevail elsewhere. A. I. ROOT, Incorporated 1210-1212 HewardSt. Pboae D. 1004