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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1913.
Welcome is Extended to the Nebraska Liquor Dealers m Nebraska Liquor Dealers You . Are Cordially Invited to Inspect the Home of .1 f ,, a. mm ( ' m i GERMAN DOUBLE BEEm On a Sweltering Day when the starch is all out of you, ask for Old Age GENUINE Old German Style Double Beer (In' Sterilized AiriBor' Bottles) pQOLS you off like a whiff of fresh air from the ocean takei the droop out of you and puts life into you; It has a brilliance and sparkle, a golden' transperency and rich creamy foam that appeals to the eye at much as its mel low flavor appeals to the palate. Orctfera Case of this Liquid Luxury v!3f bday from Your Dealer SIM I ABB .sir 'Jr x sV VSBBanalBP ""-A 8 H s fH Hj TSSasT BSBBriBBr ir JHC SEER YOU LIKE! Anytime During the Convention. Take a South Omaha car. FRED KRUG BREWING Co. , . Krug Avenue and Boulevard Fnmily trado supplied by ' SougfcMohn Wm. Jotter, 2502 W St. Ptione, So. 868. Oinalia'fiugo P. Bilz, 1324 Douglas St. Phono, D. 1524. Jetter Brewing, Company &quth Omaha;' Nebraska MffitaCSH 'BEERS AfiE PDKE "Brewers in Tavor of Pure Food Leg islation to Prftve Pact. BBEW CANNOT BE DOCTORED Vroduot o( Brewers Cannot lie Tam pered AVHUfcUnJes "the Purity ' of tha Ilceria I2ntlroly nesiroyed. In all tha history of brewing from, the days ot Tacitus, the Ilomatv historian, Who first mentions beer as an accomplish ment p the German women, down to the present date, beer has always been con- elderod one of the most healthful drinks on account ot "3U purity. Made from malted trains and "-hops and sterilized water, It Is produced So cheaply that there la no lncentlvo for adulteration or substitution and any color desired from light to dark can be easily obtained by carylng tho process of malting, making the uso ot coloring matter unnecessary. Some time ago, Dr. K. E. Englehart. etato analyst for tho New York State Board of Health, examined 476 samples of malt liquors and made this report: "No substitute for hops has been found and no harmful Ingredient has been de tec ted. Not one ot the samples ot malt liquors officially analyzed, contained either hop substitutes or any other tlelr terlous substances the use of which could, from any rational point, of view, be re carded as an adulteration." As far back as 18S8 the twenty-fifth con vention of tho United States BreWers? as sociation advocated the pure food arid drink bill by this resolution: "We .are anxious to have the sanitary officers do their Jull duty In our case, as (his is the shortest, surest way ot counteracrlnit the unfounded talk about adulteration. It any law can be passed to. make the curvettlanco over food arid , drink tany more stringent, this association will be found among Us supporters." ' ' Wheh tho pure food bill was before tho Untted States senate In 1X5. Senator McCuniber found the Brewers 'avsocla tlon trpe to their word of twenty years before;, for he saysi "J. believe that we manufacture In this country the purest beers that are made on the facs ot the' earth, and the fact that the brewer aaioclatloni ara all in favor tit .(hlrf "bill is proof that they are satisfied that-they mak a pure article." Beer la, furthermore, about the only at tide of commerce that can not tarn. pered with by the trade, If a bottle f opened It is soon flat and worthlessTlf' & keg Is touched its contents are -lost Almost every other beerage can be, a.nd often is, tampered wun by unscrupuiou retailers. The very nature ot beer makes this Impossible. CONCERT AT SWEDISH CHURCH THURSDAY NIGHT A vpcal and Instrumental concert" will "be given at the Swedish Mission Evan geUeal church. Twcr.ty-thlrd and Caven port streets, Thursday evening. The Proffrant will, ba made up of solos by Gustavo Holrriqulst and piano and organ eleotloas by l'rof. E. Larson, both of Chles,' " Her. V O. Jtling of Im Angeles will ;ivr Uf taareas f the evening. EADUATE8 PEOM UNlVEESITy OF COLUMBIA LAW SCHOOL. bbbIsibsbssbbbssssssssbW BSBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBk UitlilBRBBBSSSBSBSBSSSSSSSSSBa. "bbsbBBbbswP jiSjHSXBBBBjBSBBBBBSBJBSBKgjSf V'hSaBSBBBBBKBSSSBBBBaBSn BBSSSSSBK jft tBBBSSSSSsl ' ' BBSBSSSSSSSBBM BBSH 1C BBBSSBSSSSSsIl 'iBSBlBSSSSSSSMrSBSSSMSBSSBlBBBSSSSSSSSsl nAi.ni a. coad. OMAHA UD GRADUATES ' . IN LAW AT COLUMBIA - v. . . r Ralph a. Coad.graduated yestorday from Ihe Jaw school -of Columbia university. haVlns;. completed the three-year course jn iwo years, air. uoaa attenaea Creith Ion college and. later the University ot Nebraska, from which he graduated two years ago' and is' a mefriber ot the. Ihl Delta. Tbeto. fraternity. Sir. Coad, will spend tho summer vaca tion h'ere'ahd will-return Jn September to New Yprk, whor.. n has been offered a good potion with one- of the larger law arras of thq. metropolis. ' : ...!.. i " J I . C. JENSEN SUED, FOR BREACH Or PROMISE , 'is I ' r - obqvv w J V Ut V who. is flefenaact In , 'suit for J10.00O damages'for alletfed breach of promise to -mAtry.-MUs Jenslna Pederaen, has mad a answer in district court that he declined to wed the plaintiff because she Insisted that he first send his three young chll dren away from home. lie admits that she kept house for him and that a year ago last spring they expected to get mar. rled. , . Key to the Situation Bee Advertising. Ills lout Ucqnest. Not a sound could be heard In the courtroom. The prisoner had lust been condemned to death. "You have a legal right to express a last wish." said the Judge, "and. If It Is possible, it will be granted." The prisoner, who was a barber, gave ins up iui viwimi fooa .as .no rej' "piled i 1 i . "I should like Just once more to be at lowed to snave the dlstrint iiinmn" JJprmoottTs Magaxlne, Kent Refuses to Pay Attorney Who Proved Him Poor Last winter when Samuel Bell, aged CO years, was defending himself against s, breach of promise suit brought In dis trict court by Mrs. Katherlne McQulre, ho took tho-'Wltness stand, to prove with tho aid of his attorneys, of whom Nelson , iTatt was one, that he was practically pauper. Today hla nttornnva ent n. Muritrmnnt against him for J300 fees In Judge Craw ford's county court. Bell was angry and he said to Mr. Pratt: "I haven't got any money and you know It You helped to provo It In court won t pay it. i haven't gpt anything." "YOU've got Plenty Of vineirar" Mr. Pratt observed. 'Three hundred dollar la too one day's work and you lost the case anyway," retorted Ball, referring to hla having nald a ludmmnt nt - ----- v sw V4 by the plaintiff In hla suit The arrival of the court house eJevator Interrupted the exchange of news and both client and lnwvr rfaMin n out any moro confidential Information. COMMERCIAL STUDENTS VISIT PACKING HOUSES The "Know Omaha" classes of the Commerce High school, under the charge ot I E. Qltford'and R. It. Brott. nmdo another wtcursloi) Wednesday morn- m, ine'ciassesvisiicfj thtj 'Bwlft pack Ins plant and Inspected the various pro- cessoe. Final examinations at Commerce school ill bo held Thursday and Friday of next week. Although the pupils are not required to drill, many ot them do so and will attend tho cadet camp at Mis sourl Valloy. . As this will conflict with their examination. It will probably be necessary for those pupils who . go to camp to take special examinations. me two-year seniors held a mretlnc Tuesday, n6on t2T arrange fdr their-com'- ng graduation. The four-year seniors and the Social Culture . Club also held meetings recently. HAS PERMANENT SECRETARY Bureau is Organized Within State Press Association. JOHNS ELECTED TO THE OFFICE MULHALL SUES FOR HIS SHARE OF AN ESTATE William II. Mulhall ot Lincoln has brought suit In district court against his 'sister. Mrs. Frank F. Putman. and her husband, Frank A. putman, charging that they have tl.COO. which la hla share of the price brought by eight acres ot land adjoining Omaha on the military road and belonging to the estate ot his .mother, the late Mrs. Mary Mulhall. . Air. juuinau asserts tnat he gave a power of attorney to sell his share of the land to Agnes Mulhall. another sister, and ithat the property was purhastd by Eu gene w. uaim for u,ww. An Auto Collision means many, bad bruises, which Buck' len's Arnica Salvo heals quickly, as it does sorts cuts, burps and -riles. 86c For salo by Btaton'Drug Co.-tAdrertlaV. stent Ills Business Will Be to Look After Many of the Affairs Which Are n Trouble to Editors of the State. What is known' as a' permanent secre tary bureau has organised Itself In the ranks of the Nebraska State. Press asso ciation to employ a permanent paid sec retary, who Is to look after some of the business of the members' of the bureau. It Is thought that most of the members Of the press -Association, will .eventually Join tho bureau,' although at present the bureau has nothing to do with the asso ciation and the association Is In no way bound by anything the bureau does. C. C. Johns, It Is aald, will be elected per manent secretary ot tha bureau. He Is already secretary-treasurer of the state pres association. The business of tho permanent secre tary will be to handle some of the matters that exasperate the country publisher and with which he has to spend a great deal of time with little success. The foreign advertising Is one ot the things that the permanent secretary Is expected to look after- The publishers say they have been dealing a great deal with tha advertising agencies, and that the dealing with them baa been eminently unsatis factory. Thb paid secretary would look after these contracts and) keep an ac curate check on the work. The matter ot contests, such as piano, automobile, and other subscription .contests, are an other' feature that has given the pub- naners some iiiue irqupie, aqa mcy waui the .permanent secretary to get those things lined, up. tor them properly before they will have tahythlng to do with them. ine permanent secretary oureau nas appointed an executive committee that is to outline tha scheme and complete ar rangfnents. The committee consists of F. - 0. fMgcpmbc, tV, -Scnafer. C P. Clark, F. I. Carroll and E. It. Purcell. HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS - ' CLEAR-A NICE SUM The .hjgh school ' senior play, "She Stoaptftb ConQUer." lately given at the Boyd theater, netted 1200 In profit This amount surpasses last year's receipts by f83, when tho proceeds were were JU7. The seniors feel proud that their class, although smaller In numbers than last year's. Is larger in hustlers and boosters. It Is the wish ot the seniors to correct the Idea that these funds are given to the cast of the play to be distributed . ... among .memseires. U nas Become a custom to draw on the play receipts to help., pay for the. senior banquet This lowers the price per plate sufficiently to enable the entire class to attend. Not more than J100 can be taken out however Lt year but was used. The balance In the treasury Is then uaed to purchase suitable memento for the high school, to commemorate thalaa. The class this year will probably fur pish handsome fountain with the pro- The outside of the bottle is readily recognized by the Blatz triangular label the contents, at once, by that snappy Blatz fragrance and body. Good to look at and indescribably satisfying to the taste. Order a case that you may all enjoy its benefits at home. BLATZ COMPANY Phone: Douglas 6662 Beer a Pure Drink - Adulteration and coloring of this pro duct not practifced'by,,brewers---their product cannot be tampered with. Beer Cannot be Adulterated INTRODUCES SPEAKER AT THE MASONIC MEETING. sbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbVC ' v&n jpijii v JJiMljnslsssW BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBBBBBsP .ObBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbH JUDGE M. B. REESE. ceeds, the fountain to be placed In the inner court of the school. An attempt will be made to get the 1913 seniors to add their balance of 2 which they still have In the bank. The Board ot Educa tion will plpo the Inner court this vaca tion, preparatory to Installing this fountain. "Comtn Through tho lire." Probably very' few persons understand the expression "Comtn Through the Rye." There Is In Scotland a small stream called the Rye. The girls folded It going to church, . school and io mar ket, and as the- water was a foot or two deeD they had to hold their skirts un The boys would meet them In midstream and kiss them without any difficulty, as the girls couldn't drop their skirs to make any resistance- That's what the poet meant when he wrote -Comtn Through the Rye," but most fropieHh nr he meant a' field of rye. - Kentvillo Ohron Ida. SURPRISING THINGS WE DO Some American Characteristics as They Appear to German Visitor. Mf3,minnv 1m ahfnd nf thlU'CnuntrY in a good many things. In some instances We can take pointers from the United States, but as a rule we wouia ratner continue our own Sray ot doing' things," said Carl Schloss of Berlin, who waa meeting a number ot old acquaintances in Washington. "This is my "third trip to this country," ne saia, -ana i nave observed many changes. It is tunny to se.'. upon the the arrival ot a steamer In New York, the' silly custom that has been adopted to have a supposed lntellU gent reporter ask any titled man wno onmn hern it he is looking for an heiress, and what he thinks ot American women. At one time my nrsi visu w,.v-ftvA vrin azo a. title did not amount to anything. Today U Is differ ent, and the papers are ynea. wn won tv,. nnbiiitv Is doing in Europe, .yet not s, word .about your own vast country. "In Germany the nooiuiy nas a pmcn In our social and political system, and , n it anA wa sea that it does. Here KCO " you pretend- to be democratic, but you are not, for I read the other day when) the president prevented a man from mak ing a speech In your house of congress. Hre you close everything on Sunday ud rnaVe the day one of rts without relaxation. In Ueimuny we soako H a day with both rest and relaxation. In Germany we are a happy people and con tented. Here no one Is satisfied with hU lot He Wants ranm Tn flamiAnv w take pains with what we do; hero your great cry Is 'Get the money In Ger many we cater to the wants of the world. in America you seem 10 mime tnat your success In the past Is enough to live on. In Germany -we know that to get elbow room in thn wnrld wa m i i r f nmuMa .i, , lets, and In America you condemn us ior h. i inina inai uermany'a advance Is not aa much a menace to the world as the fact that other nations envy our guwcu, usuingion .post. All thnt Restrained lllm. IffS?1 broko ..Profane iuSSJTS dlroadwnofnr howled tho In "iWholdlng rnywlt helrhaT'ntenTipted; wasn't Btandlngght h2 IL m,y. V to every durned word I M 'tenlne g-uace that wouH T.i, eay 1 d " lan-wlres!"-CnIgo Trtbt?ne.your "ad-blnged Plan for a Meeting. ,n Eph JjcH0" dIed' Deacon John- lUa dd body: lunenu onuoa over "Brudern and Slstern: Yo all noed thir I roll th bones. Yo all noed he was x i all round no' count nlgga. Now be a dun gone and died. Mebbe th deble s got him l dunno. But, brudem and siatrrn, to ail got to wit reid to meet him, ny I how -Mack s Monthly.