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8 THE OMAHA PAIIiY BEE ; WBIENESDAY , MAY 29 , 1895.
IOW THEY WILL STOP TROOPS
Floumoy People Will Try Injunction if
Eolditrs Are Ordered to Ponder ,
WANT QUESTION SETTLED IN COURT
Propote to Keep Heck In Check Bo Thli
Alay Ho I/one Miillln In OinnliM to
for nil Immediate
It Is the tentlmcnt of John P. Myers of
Pcnder , secretary of the company , who ar
rived In Omaha In company with Sheriff John
H. Mullln of Thurston county yesterday , that
if troops are ordered to Tender their move
ment will be restricted by Injunction.
Secretary Myers and Sheriff Mullln visited
the federal building and Attorney llrohme's
office and will ask for the Immediate trial
of Mr. Mullln , who wa'i Indicted by the fed
eral grand Jury for Interfering w.th the Indian
police when they evicted tenanU from the
It will bo remembered that Indian Agent
Deck quietly visited Omaha , a few weeks
jgo and was a frequent visitor to the gr
Jury rocm. Mullln's Indictment follow eJ
The sheriff , It is said , haa nu opportunity
for defense and knew nothing of the object of
Captain Deck's visit until the Indictment
WM published Sheriff Mullln now asks
for Immediate trial , and Inasmuch as It In
volves a question of authority between Cap
tain Deck's police and the Thiirfton county
authorities there Is considerable Interest man
ifested In the result.
In discussing the present situation at
Ponder , Secretary Myers relternted his as
sertion that If troops went to the reserva
tion they would bo stopped by nn Injunction.
Ho says positively that a restraining order
from the federal court would face them and
In event of failure In the present plan of
resisting blue coat Intervention , then the
state court would be asked to take a hand.
The Plournoy company's fcecrctary Is In
Omaha to confer with attorneys and trans
act other business relative to the famous
controversy on Logan creek.
"Tho settlers almost to a man will not
vacate , " said Secretary Myers. "With an
Injunction on the troops Captain Heck Is
powerless and It la absolutely Impossible
for him to cope with the situation with his
Indian police. Many of the settlers have
sought to take out satisfactory
leases with Captain IJeck , but ho
has postponed action on the requests
from time to time , and now the fact has
leaked out that he lias promised all the land
to other tenants. This has brought the men
to a realization that It Is now a fight for
their homes , families and crops. That Is
life , and show me a man who wouldn't fight
for his life. We propose to compel Captain
Deck to wait until the courts settle this
thing. I think his game Is all a bluff , any
way. If It Isn't , and he attempts to use any
of his new ammunition on white settlers ,
you will SOD some lively times around Pen-
dcr. Wo want to settle this thing In the
courts , The crops are all looking
fine on the reservation , and tha settlers don't
propose to give them up. "
The Indictment of Sheriff Mullln has wid
ened the breach between the county olllcers
and Indian police at I'cnder , and It Is though !
qulto likely that the next attempt made bj
Captain Deck to evict tenants will result In
a trip of Sheriff Mullln and a posse to Win-
ncbago agency with the avowed object ol
placing the Indian agent under arrest.
NOT V TO SUM > TIIU
Wnr llrpiirtiniMit liltliiclliicil tn Adi In
terlor l > ri > trtmrnt In Miilclni ; Kvlctloil * .
WASHINGTON , May 23. ( Special Tele
gram. ) H Is not likely that the War de
partment will allow Captain Deck any mill
tary forces to assist him In evicting the set
tiers and the Klournoy Land company fron
the Onmha and Wlnnebago reservation. Tin
request of the Interior department that troop
bo sent has not been complied with by tin
secretary of war and probably will not be
Secretary Lament Is opposed to the plan o
lending the United States military forcss ti
assist an Indian agznt In the discharge o
his civil duties , and believes that If Captali
Deck succeeds In ousting the lessees fron
the rcseivatlon he should accomplish tha
end with the assistance of his Indian polic
and such additional help as the Interior de
partment can allow. The papers In the cas
have been referred to General Doe , asslstan
secretary of war , who was to have submlttei
his opinion to the secretary of war today
but owing to the death of Secretary Greshati
the work of the War department was sus
pended and Secretary Lament has not re
celved the opinion of the assistant secretary
It Is not likely that anything definite wll
bo done for several days , since the executlv
departments will be closed tomorrow on ac
count of Mr. Grcsham's death , and on Thurs
day on account of Decoration day.
It Is probable that a letter will be sent t
the secretary of the Interior Informing hln
that In the opinion of the War departmen
the condition of affairs on the Omaha an
"Wlnnebago reservation will not Justify th
secretary of war In detailing the Unite
States army to aid Captain Ueck. Asslstan
Secretary Doe today Eald :
"I have carefully examined the papers 1
the case and am ready to submit my oplnloi
to the secretary. I do not think that th
Interior department has shown that Captnli
Deck Is In urgsnt need of the troops whlci
he asks. If such an excited situation exist
as has been reported In the newspapers , Car
tain Deck and the Interior department hav
not so Informed the War department. I
appears to me that there Is no Immediate nc
cesslty for troops. H Is qulto certain tha
unless It Is represented to Secretary Lamon
that serious trouble Is pending and tha
troops are needed to quell the disturbance
there will be no order sending them fror
Omaha to the scene of the occurrence. "
World' * o.ii ii i 11 ] xpntltloii.
Was of value to the world by IlUutratlni
the Improvement In the mechanical art
and eminent physicians will tell you that th
progrtsj Iri medicinal agents has been o
equal Importance , and as a strengthenlni
laxative that Syrup of Figs Is far In advanc
of all ethers. _
llilriieo , Itnck IMunil .V 1'aclllc lly.
Vestlbulcd limited to Chicago , Poarli an
all points cast leaves Omaha at 4-uO p. ir
For Denver , Colorado Springs and Put-bl
and all points west at 1.10 p. in. Tha enl
line running through chair cars and blcqper
to Colorado Springs and Pueblo wlthou
change , connecting at Colorado Springs wll
cog wheel road to summit of Plks's Pralt
Host dining car service In the world. Tlckc
olDce , 1002 Farnain St.
Mini * . YaV cosinHlcs free with PVI
treatment this month. 109 Dee Building.
< Mm t Our Clilcncu Trillin.
The "Vestlbuled Flyer , " which leave
dally at 4H5 p. m. , Is not the only Hurling
ton Houto train to Chicago ,
It Is the best , of course , but there at
others. Good ones , too.
They leave at 9:60 : a. m. and 7:50 : p. n
The latter offers excellent service to 1'eorl
and St , Louis , as well as to Chicago.
City ticket office. 1321 Farnam street.
A Summer Trip.
Teachers and others contemplating 11 sum
mer trip , the expense of which shall not b
prohibitive , arc reminded that low tntej t
Denver , Colorado Springs , Manltou and Pu
eblQi via the Uurltngton Houto will be t
effect at the time of the National education :
Association meeting In Denver next July.
For a copy of an attractive little boot
giving all necessary Information about Ih
meeting , the city of Denver , the state c
Colorado , ratei , side trips , hotels and th
Burlington Route's service , call at the clt
ticket office , 1321 Farnam St.
. May 27 , l&S , ug'e j
yeari. Funeral May za. 2 , m. , from res
donee , 41st and Irnnl. Interment Fall
View c metery , Council HUHTs. In.
NnUdH-J. J. . agp. 48 years. Tuesdaj
May 28 , 1SS5 , with pulmlnary consumptior
Vunerul from the residence of Ma smlei
Mrs. C. 1. llo s , SW7 Farnam street. Thur !
clay , ut 3 p. m. Interment , Project Hit
Friends or tba family Invited *
llemnnnt * ! UreM GoncUt Ilemnantil Down ,
llntrn Thny lnl
The balance left after Tuesday's sale must
RO.To avoid a repetition of Tuesday's de
lays we've put on extra help at this sale
and we wish to emphasize the fact that wo
Remnants of wool challlcs Cc yard ,
Homrmnts of all wool serge 25c.
Ilcmnants of Imported henrletta 25c.
Hemnanta of G0-76c novelty suiting 25c.
Ilcmnants of blacks all prices , all quali
ties , all styles.
Como early and get the plums.
MORI3 REMNANT UAROA1NS.
Dress chaltles and striped eatccns Cc.
Momle shirtings and duck suitings Cc.
Light summer twill shirting Cc.
Cambrics and muslins Cc.
White goods In great variety at Cc.
Summer outing skirts , 25c each.
30-Inch white all wool flannel 25c yard.
A special line of fancy outing flannels In
figured , striped and polka dots , 8',4c.
DOMESTIC WASH GOODS.
Dimities In up-to-clato colorings and de
signs , the 20c grade for lOc.
32-Inch parre dimity , perfect cloth , colors
guaranteed , only lOc.
New line of colored Swisses , buff , light
blue , pink , etc. , worth 35c , for lOc.
Dig assortment colored and whlto piques
for short waists ; all the new stripes ; will
laundry like linen and only 15c a yard.
The greatest variety of styles and colors
In duck suiting , best made , atZic. \ .
Light weight duck for shirt waists and
dresses , all colors , only lOc.
Dress style ginghams worth lOc and IGc a
yard In checks and stripes , only 7',4c.
Cotton challlo In neat printings , 2',4c a
HOT WEATHER CONTINUES.
Torrlil remprrnturo of Mouilny Iloiieated
Agnln Iliirllnirton Crop Itrptrt.
At 1 o'clock yesterday * aftt moon the ther
mometer at the weather office Indicated 91
degrees and n touch of real summer atmos
phere. The storm center which had made
Itself notorious around Omaha Monday was
central over eastern South Dakota. The tem
perature had risen rapidly In the central
sections and has fallen decidedly In the north'
west and on the mountain slopes.
The reports Indicate that notwlthstandlnf
the atmospheric disturbances there has beer
no rain of any account In the valley regions
There have been some slight showers towari
the north , and the Durllngton reports llghi
rains at one or two towns In northern Nebraska
braska , but m no case has the rainfall beer
Omaha seems to have been on the westerr
edge of the hot wave. This covers a sec
lion beginning In central Texas and extend
Ing northward through southeastern Kansa
and the extreme eastern counties of No
braska. H covers all of Wisconsin , Mlchl
Ran , Illinois , Indiana , Missouri and Iowa
with part of South Dakota.
Passengers arriving at the union depot yes
terday report that the crops do not shov
the effects of the hot winds as much a
was anticipated. They claim that If rail
follows within a few days there will be bu
Conditions are discouraging from a rallroai
standpoint , and unless a good , soaking rail
comes within a few days It Is predicted sinal
grain will be wholly gone.
Shlloh's Cure , the great cough and crou
cure. Is In great demand. Pocket size con
tains twenty-five dcses , only 25 cent :
Children love It. Sold by druglgsts.
The Union Pacific Denver Fast Mall tral
carries n Pullman sleeper with buffet service
leaving Council lllufts dally at G p. m
Omaha at fi:15 : p. m. , and arriving at Den
ver 8 a. m. next morning.
Reservations secured at Union Pacific clt
ticket office. HARRY P. DEUEL ,
City Ticket Agent.
1302 Farnam Street.
Ladles Four tub baths with an attetu
ant , $1.00. nangs curled free. Electric bath :
Opsnlng efenlnjja and Sunday forenoons.
109 Dee building.
I'UNltlt.U , mitKOTOUO * ASOCIAT1O
Meeting Hot Spring * , South DaUntii , Jun
11 mill 12 , 1HUB.
Special rates Juno 10th via the Nortl
western line from all Nebraska stations. AE
your nearest agent or write the underslgnt
J. R. DUCHANAN ,
G. P. A. F. E. & M. V. R. R. , Omaha , Neb.
Special rates Juno 7 also.
LOOKING FOR , DAVIS.
Chiirgo Ii Miulo tlmt Hu I'liaind nVortl
Dttectlves Hayes and Hudson arc lookln
for a man named J. C. Davis , who is want (
for passing a worthless check for ? C6 upc
the Consolidated Coffee company. Davis gai
the check , It is alleged , In payment for gce <
that ho bought. As soon as It was dl
covered that the check was valueless tl
company started after the signer and four
that ho had left the city.
Davis was formerly In business on Norl
Sixteenth street and tr.ided with the con
pany. He had frequently given chucks
payment of his accounts and consequent
the check passed last Saturday was cei
sldered good until It was leturned by tl
Only try It once and be convlncd. Sllv (
Ago Rye Whiskey.
iinpnotbln to 1'vo In Thli fonn'ry
Without hearing about the Northwestci
line's evening " ( Jhlcago Limited , " for peep
WILL talk about Its conveniences , tastefu
ness and comprehensive up-to-datenes
Omaha , 6:15 : p. in. ; Chicago , 8:15 : a. m. Ve
tlbuled sleeping cars , chair cars , a la car
diners , Plntsch gas , EVERYTHING. No e :
Other Northwestern trains at 11:05 : a. r
and 1 p. m. dally. Want your trunk checkc
at home ?
City ticket office. 1401 Farnam street.
A 1'ow Ad
Offered by the Chicago , Milwaukee & . S
Paul railway , the short line to Chicago.
clean train , made up and started from Omah
Daggage checked from residence to destlni
tlou. Elegant train service and courteoi
employes. Entire train lighted by electrlcll
and heated by steam , with electric light I
every berth. Finest dining car service
the west , with meals served "a la carte ,
The Flyer leaves at C p. m. dally from Unlc
City Ticket Office. 1C01 Farnam street. (
S. Carrier , cltytlcketagent.
To Hot Spring * , South Dikotn.
Juno 7. via Northwestern line. Tick' '
office 1401 Farnam street ; depot , 15th ar
Tiilo of Two Wutclira.
Some days ago Acting Chief Mostyn n
celved n telegram from
Inspector Shc-a i
Chicago asking him to see- George Seamai
a horseman who Is attending the Count
DIufTs races , and recover a watch which lit
been taken by mistake from a Chicago c
tabllshmcnt. Seaman had left his watc
at the Chicago house for repairs ai
through some mUtako ho was gl\en tl
wrong watch. It \\t\a a more valuab
t meplcce than his own , so he did not tal
the trouble to go back to Chicago and co
reel the error. A detective was sent ovi
the river to see Seaman , who refused :
give up the watch In his possession until hewn
own was In sight. This Information wi
telegraphed to Inspector Shea , who sei
beaman's watch on. The local detect ! '
made another trip across the river yesterdi
to effect the exchange , but was met with tl
Information that the watch Seaman carrl <
had been stolen from the stabl during tl
night and consequently the exchange cou
not be made. The real Seaman watch wi
sent back to Chicago. , - ,
( liven a C'lT r Ulll.
Andrew Devlns , who has been under a
. rest , charged with obtaining money undi
falio pretentei , had his trial yesterday I
he pollcs court and was acquitted.
Mr levins Is In very poor health , an
Mnce his arrett the matter has preyed upc
his mind to such an extent that for a Ian
portion of the time h * has been complete !
STAGC TALKS OF BASE BALL
Great College Athlete on the Greatest
Game of the Ago ,
113 COLLEGE KNIGHTS OF THE DIAMOND
Fncti Concerning tha Chicago University
Jlojg Who Will Crosi IlutR with Unialin
Unlvcratty Men In Tire ( tunics
The University park will bo the scene of
wo great games of ball Decoration day ,
Homing and afternoon , between the Unlvcr-
Ity club team of Omaha and the University
cam of Chicago. The club Is making ex-
enslvo preparations for the occasion and
counting upon a big attendance. The
iportlng editor Is In receipt of the following
ctter from the great Stagg , director of
thlctlcs In the Chicago university. This
ihows the way In which a college team Is
eveloped from 'raw material Into champion-
hip form and also touches Interestingly
pen the personnel of his own celebrated
TUG UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO , CHI
CAGO , May 24. To the Sporting Editor of
The Dee : The base ball nlno wnlch now
epresents the University of Chicago Is tbo
hlrd In Its history , and Is unquestionably
he best one of the three. There are now
ilaylng on this team only three of the
layers who played on the first team , organ-
zed when the university started , although
hero are several men In the university
who played on that first team. This Indl-
: ates that there has been progression Inas
much as certain of the old players bavo
been pushed asldo by better men.
The team which now represents us might
bo called a team of veterans. Six of the
nine men were members of last year's team ,
and as I said above , three of these were also
on the first year's team. Of the three new
members two have bad experience else
where. Regarded as a whole the nine Is a
product of the university , nearly all of the
players having been developed since they
came to the university. It therefore repre
sents the university tn an unusual way.
Twenty-four candidates for the nine started
11 to training shortly after Christmas , and
since that time have practiced faithfully
every day. During the winter months these
candidates were divided Into two classes
which worked Independently for an hour
every afternoon under the direction of A.
\ . Stagg. The gymnasium at the university
s splendidly adapted for baseball practice.
The main floor Is 210 feet long ; by 40
feet wide , and at the lower end of the
building there Is a space 50x50 upon whlcli
the boys practice fielding grounders. The
practice In the gymnasium consisted In
ground work , sliding bases , batting , throwIng -
Ing and battery work. The general plar
running through the work was the quicken
ing and strengthening the muscles with th (
Idea of starting quickly , recovering qulcklj
and throwing quickly. Special effort was
also ma.le to teach the men to run bases
well and to slide scientifically. Conslderabli
time was put upon this. Much cmphasli
was also laid on batting. A cer
tain portion of the tlmo each daj
was given to swinging light club :
In order to quicken and develop thi
muscles Involved In batting and learnlni
movements for hitting various kinds of balls
In consequence of this hard work during tin
Winter the nlno was well along In Its worl
when It first took the field Jn the spring
The candidates after a week's practice Ii
catching files could then bo easily sortei
Into Inllelders and outfielders , and since the :
the process of selecting the team has bee :
comparatively easy. In order to develop cer
tain of the candidates who gave promise c
future worth a second team called the "Re
serves" was organized , and this has practice
dally and serves ns a feeder to the first tear
as well as a stimulus to those who are noi
playing In the first team who might be In
cllncd to let up In their play. Practlc
games were arranged early In April for bet
teams and from three to four games a wee
have been played. Thus far the Unlverslt
team has met with but two defeats and ha
'won seven victories. Games have bee
played with Northwestern university , Hus
Medical college , the University of Wlsconsli
Lake Forest and the Chicago Nations
League team. The games which were bei
was the ono with the National League teai
and ono with Northwestern. The score I
the last game was 9 to 8 ; the score In tl ;
former 5 to 2. Two games have been wo
from Northwestern university , whose tcai
last year was second only to that of Mich
gan , In the west. It has been said to be eve
stronger this year.
The university Is very proud of Its tea :
both ns regards their playing ability and j
regards the personality of the players. ' .
would bo hard to find nine finer men playln
ball among all the colleges. The Madlso
Republican In Its headline last Sunday we
descr.bed the team when It said It was con
posed of handsome men. The players a1
erago from five feet ten Inches to six fe <
two Inches in height , and are correspondingl
Three batteries have thus far been use
In the games. Henry T. Clarke , a reslder
of Omaha , Scot Drown , who formerly live
In the same place , and Fred Nichols <
Osage , la. , have done all the pitching. I
R. Jones has caught In most ot the game
Charley Pike , who was catcher of last year
team , and Fred Nichols have alternated wit
him behind the bat.
"Long" Jones Is a player of conslderab !
experience , having caught In the Rlchmon
College team In Virginia , and hiving playe
ball more or less while a student In Crozlf
Theological seminary. He Is a divinity sti
dent doing post-graduate work In Semitic
and Is equally good In deciphering Semitic
as In solving the curves of opposing pltcl
ers. In fact , ho has recently won the fc
low-ship for that department by his splendl
work as a student. He Is a splendid bad
stop and a most careful and heady playe
Is a strong ! liltter and a skillful man o
bases. In fact , thyre Is no one on the teai
more to ba depended on than Jones.
Charley Pike , who alternates with Jonc
behind the bat , usually plays In one of tli
fields when not there. Ho Is not
largo man , not having the reach whlc
Jones has probably by a foot and
half , but he Is withal a good backstop and
splendid tlirower to bases. Ho makes a goo
alternate for Jones. Just now he Is sufferln
with a bruised hand and Is not able to d
Fred Nichols , the other alternate bhln
the bat , was pitcher and captain of last year
nine. He Is an all-round player. He !
equally at home In any position , although h
prefers to play In the box. He" Is a splendl
specimen of a man , physically being th
strongest and best developed man In the un
verslty. As a base ball player he alwaj
commands attention by the ease and natura
ness of his playing. His long experience ha
made him at home on all occasions. He I
the heaviest hitter on the team and Is alr.oi
certain to land on the ball for some long hit
He haa a habit of knocking the ball over tti
fence whenever thereIs one within 100 yard
or so. As a pitcher he 1 , very speedy an
has good curves. He always leads the battln
order becaus : of his hard hitting and exceller
base running. When not In the box or behln
the bat he plays In the outfield , where h
covers an Immense lot of ground.
Henry T. Clarke came to the university froi
Williams college , where he had been a stujer
for the two preceding years. He has worke
faithfully all the winter practicing pitchlnt
His work thus far has given evidence that h
will bo a successful pitcher. His most sue
cessful game and th ? one tn which he esta )
llshed his reputation among us wa ? played o
May 3 , when he faced the heavy hitters of th
Chicago National league team , and held thei
down to seven single basehits. . It was a rs
jijarKable n' ' fe 9fY7t \ ! and.stwwed hU pal !
bSf. Probably' cSll e" pitcher this yea
has made such a record against a Nation ;
league team. In addition to keeping the hit
f.w In number , he succeeded In striking on
some of the ben batters on tha league tem
Including Anson and Wllmot. When nc
pitching Clark has played In the outfield an
hag there shown splendid form. In the Wli
coniln game of May 4 he made two remark
ahl * running catches , cnd'ng one of them aft
a long run with turning a complete somei
saut. | He Is a fair bitter and bise runner.
Scot Drown , the other pltchsr , "hai pltche
In only two games thlt year , winning boll
Ho has not really becttHgipcn a fair test ot his
ability becaus ; ot haTing not yet pitched1
against a strong tramti. Thus far lie has
played part ot the timer tn the outfield and
now gives promise ot bidding down a regular
Harry D. Abells , captain and first baseman ,
played the came position on the team last
year. Ho Is considered : , a very safe player
and good hitter , Is generally mire In his play ,
but somewhat clew laM : ; movements. He
has made a very cxaotlont captain and has
the entire respect ottile players , and to a
most earnest worker. ' Much ot the success
of the team thug far-In. due to his pplendld
captainship. Ho Is nlvuys Inspiring In his
Henry Adklnson , the second baseman , has
play on all three of the university nines and
lias playcl In the same position. Ho Is alro
a splendid specimen of manhood physically ,
being about six feet one Inch In height and
weighing 170 pounds. Ho Is very quick and
Is a swift runner. Ho Is a euro thrower
and a hard hitter and covers a great deal of
Charles Winston , who plays third base , Is
In his sophomore year , but this Is his first
year on the team , Asldo from a little un-
steadlno&j In his play , due to Inexperience
and greenness , he has proved his right to been
on the 'varsity team. He Is very sure at
picking up a ball , Is a good thrower , but Is
somewhat slow In his general handling of
Forest Grant , shortstop , Is a new man In
that position , having played outfield In last
year's team. He was put nt short OB an
experiment , and It Is not altogether certain
whether he will etay In that position. As an
outfielder his work was superb , and It Is not
unlikely that ho will go back to his old posi
tion , In which case Nichols and Clark will
probably alternate at shortstop. Grant Is a
very quick man and handles himself well ,
but Is not altogether sure on. ground balls.
His arm also troubles him somewhat In his
throwing. He Is an excellent base runner.
Frank Hcrlng , outfielder , played center field
last year. He Is a sure catch , covers a fair
amount of territory , but Is rather slow In
handling the ball. Ho Is also a fair batter.
Sincerely , A. A. STAGG.
Acting through the blood , Hood's Sarsapar-
lla not only cures scrofula , salt rheum , etc. ,
iut gives health and vigor to the whole body.
About Our ChlciiRo Train * .
The "Vestlbuled Flyer" Is not the only
Durllngton Route train to Chicago.
It Is the best , of course , but 'here nru
thers. Good ones , too.
They leave at 9 50 a. m. and 7:50 : p. m.
The latter offers excellent service to Peorla
.nil . St. Louis , as well as to Chicago.
City ticket office , 1324 Farnam street.
LATJDER PLEADED NOT QTJILTY.
Ho llns Ills Hearing Tomorrow ClmrROil
uitli Other Crimes.
Abraham S. Lauder on being arraigned
before Justice Crosby at 12 o'clock yesterday
pleaded not guilty and was remanded to
Jail until 1 o'clock today for examination.
A new warrant has been served on Lauilcr
Issued on an Information filed by Alvln
Locke , who charges an attempted assault
upon Emma Anderson.
The reason for Lauder having steered
for Peorla when he skipped his bonds In
Omaha has been explained. Ho has two
brothers there , ono of whom Is reported
worth $80,000. While there ho was luvlteil
to the house of William Hill , a friend , and
In his absence Is charged with having made
an attack on Mrs. Hill , though ho was
repulsed. It was not until after Lauder
left the Hill house that Hill learned of the
occurrence , when ho hastened to the police
and filed a complaint. Jailer Miller has the
warrant with htm In case of Lauder's re
lease by a Douglas county Jury.
Lauder appears perfectly rational and his
Jailers pronounce him qulto as much so as
any alleged criminal they hold. Out ho is
shrewd and wholly refuses to talk.
Reports were received at the jail las
night of an Intended \lslt from Denson par
ties. It Is believed that the sentiment Is
In favor ot letting thq law take Its course.
A handsome complexion Is ono of the
greatest charms a woman can possess
Pozzonl's Complexion Powder gives It.
EPISCOPAL MISSION SESSION
Mooting Held Yonteriliy , Kopnrts Mnilc
ami Oinrrrs IHcctctl.
The ninth annual meeting of the Ne
braska branch of the Woman's Auxiliary ,
Episcopal , opened at Trinity cathedral yes
terday morning , with holy communion cele
brated by Dlshop Worthlngton.
Owing to the Illness of Mrs. Worthlngton ,
the president , Mrs. Potter , the first vice
president , was In the chair.
A number of clerical and lay delegates and
visitors from out of the city are present.
The brief address of the president wa :
read by the bishop.
From the treasurer's report It appeared
that receipts for the last year were greater
than for the year preceding.
Officers were elected as follows : PresI'
dent , Mrs. Dlshop Worthlngton ; first vice
president , Mrs. Philip Potter ; treasurer , Mrs ,
RIngwalt ; secretary , Mrs. F. D. Tracy. All
were re-elections save In the case of Mrs ,
Tracy , who succeeds Miss Matthews , re
At noon luncheon was served In the base
ment of the cathedral.
At the afternoon meeting addresses were
delivered by the visiting clergy.
Today the council of the diocese will be Ir
session. This evening the. annual missionary
meeting will be held.
I.onk Out for tlio Meanles
And all other contagious diseases by keep
ing a supply of Allen's Hygienic Fluid con
stantly on hand. It has no superior as a
preventive medicine Is a pure and sweet-
smelling dts infectant , deororant and germi
cide healing and cleansing. It has many
other uses which are told of In the wrapper
on the bottle.
Served for -fthree hundred
and sixty million breakfasts
in 1894. Why ? None "just
as good as , "
Sold only la 2 Ib. Packages.
11OSTON STOItliSit.I.8 : TUG IIKST HilOKS
Selling the Urcnt Chtcnco lUnkrttpt Stuck
of thn Itrd I.Ion Mioo Mtnre.
AT ALMOST HALF PRICE.
Boston store takes pleasure In advertising
his sale , as the shoes carried by the Red
Lion shoe store are of the finest makes In
America , Ever slnco we started this cale ,
a week ago. we have been telling the Douglas
4.00 and $3.50 men's shoes at $2.25 , and all
he rest of this fine stock Is being sold the
lame way. It will do you good to attend
his big shoe sale at Boston store. Not only
he men , but the ladles will find this sale
especially attractive. No house In Chicago
carried finer , high cut button and lace , or
nero dainty and stylish shoes , than the Red
Jon shoe store , and all these ladles' high
shoes and oxfords , and all the children's
and boys' shoes In this whole stock are now
on sale at
ALMOST HALF PRICD.
AT DOSTON STORE , OMAHA ,
N. W. Cor. 16th and Douglas.
TnUo thn lliirllnctnn Houto
To St. Joseph and Kansas City. Quickest
tnd best line.
City Ticket Office , 1324 Farnam St.
t'rco Conveyance to t'rimppct Hill Cemetery
For the convenience of lot owners In Pros-
> ect Hill cemetery , conveyances will connect
vlth the car line on the corner of Twenty-
ourth and Parker streets Wednesday after
noon from 2 to 8 o'clock and on Decoration
lay from 8 a. m. to 8 p. m. , free.
C. T. CATLIN. Secretary.
The Only Kvcnlnc rniln fur Denver ,
which carries both sleeping and dining cars
s the Durllngton's "Denver Limited. "
Leaves Omaha 4:35 : p. m. exactly.
Arrives Denver 7:30 : a. m. exactly.
City Ticket Office , 1321 Farnam St.
I.adlci' Turkish Hilths.
Six for $5.00.
Massage by a professional masseuse.
Ono manicure or bangs curled free with
every bath this week. Open evenings and
Sunday forenoon. 109 Dee Building.
Out nn n Toclmlcnl 1'olnt.
Alexander Duckner , under Instructions of
the criminal Judge , was acquitted ot the
charge of bigamy , the technical objection
jcliig sustained that as Duckner bad mar
ried his second wife In Lincoln this court
acked Jurisdiction , though the parties lived
lerc as husband and wife. The state had
ilin remanded to Jail and will prosecute him
icvcrthelcss for adultery and then send him
to Lincoln to answer the charge of bigamy.
Duckner Is a colored hotel walteV wbo In
duced a girl attending tbe State university
to run away with him.
A warm bath with CUTICURA
' SOAP , and a single application of
'CUTICURA , the great skin cure ,
will afford instant relief , permit rest
and sleep , and point to a speedy ,
economical , and permanent cure o'
the most distressing of itching , burn ,
ing , bleeding , scaly , and crusted skii
aifd scalp diseases , after physicians
hospitals , and all other methods fail
CUTICURA WORKS WONDERS , am
its cures of torturing , disfiguring
humiliating humors are the mo.
wonderful ever recorded in this c
CUTICURA REMEDIES are told throughout the wcrl <
. , blackhead * , red and oily ikm pn
vented and cured by Ct'llcURA SOAP.
and wetVneit , back ache , ueak kidney
rheumatism , and chest paini relie\ed i'
onn nitnuto by the Cnilcura AnU-
Q/Kzlbs A D L\-dL\2lL\ [ :
v ! A Severe 17
The hot weather which will
soon be with us Is a severe
test on the keeping qualities
of butter. That whleh you
\ are now using on your table-
does It remain sweet very
\ long ? Mine does. It's "Jer
Sold only by
z HENRY PUNDT , L\
GHOCEHIRS , WINES , V
and DKLIKATKSSKN , N
1218 Paritim. Tjlspltsitj 32. V 7
NO PAY UNTIL CURED
Vft RtrtR YOU TO 8,000 PMItNTS.
Write for Bank References ,
. _ < EXAMINATION FREE.
"o Operation , Ho Detention from Business ,
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
THE O. E. MILLER CO. ,
,07-308 N V Ufe Bid ? . . OMAHA. NEB.
\ Chlcliolcr1 ! I'.ngilth Dlamonil llp nJ.
Original and Only Grnulne.
m rt , ii ; i rtllitla. L Dil tit
| UruiilH for nttliiittri Kiiitlilt Din t
k nonJi/rou. ) In Hcd > u < i 6oU m < l > llo\ !
Miti. ictled vtih tlut ribbon Tate
DIRECT FROM THE TANK.
A'o Uoilet. No Steam. A'o Enylnccr.
Sl rower for Corn ml reed MlllR , Haling
liny , Uunnlnc Creameries , Separators , Ac.
OTTO GASOLINE ENGINES
Stationary or Portable.
ItolMH. I1. BtoitOII.J' .
Bend for Catalogue , 1'rlrnt , etc. , describing nark to I * done.
33 < t fiV limt Sid. . IMIIL.VUKLPIIIA , PA.
Cblctco , 245 Lk St. , Omitaa , 321 So. 15th 3t\
G. A. R. Suits
A good honest hc.nrtcil old soldier , who fought nobly at Gettysburg
for the prosomitlon'of our Union , came In tioro recently anil risked fern
n suit o ( blue , the kind Unit wouldn't wound his pride.
Nobly said Nothing more disgraceful than n brass button , that
represents blood and honor , on a raggy and faded suit whleh distinguish
the hero from the rebel.
Wish every clothing concern would deal as honorable about fast
color blue suits as wo do.
Wo carry two kinds of G. A. R. suits Five Dollar and Six seven-
The $ o,00 kind is not all wool , however Indigo dyed. Some hold
color , some fade , it depends how much sun the suit has to battle with.
The $0.75 kind is strictly all wool Indigo dyed. The doth halls
from positively the best mills of the country. The label on each coat
will verify it. It is a guartinteo that the cjoth wor.'t fade , made from
the makers to the wearer , and wo'll BOO to it that you got a brand new
suit free if it does fade. Just come in , takeolT thu old ouo , and put on anew
now one for It.
Wo know of no plitco in the western half , wheto suits of this same
sort ol cloth retails at loss than $9.00.
Single or double breasted , size 31 to 41 G. A. R. buttons with
cither suit frco.
"THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK. "
BECAUSE THE HOUSEWIFE DIDN'T USE
AVe only have room to show one
Folding Bed but we lmvi lee
many line lii'ds and this week will
make ridiculous prices to move
A line $30 Mantel Folding O ei no
Hod for only ipl J.UU
A line up right Folding
French bevel mirror In
front , worth $75 , to close ViO/t * ( l\
QJJI kp * * * * W
A $ . ' 0 'Folding' iieil this QtO S.UU OH
week to close rpl
nil tliruiigh the llnr.
This Folding Bed , vunrterccl oak This Fine IM Box , $2.75
Worth $50 , ynly $20.00 A Good Refrigerate rS5.
Extraordinary Half Price Sale
This Wesk Only
AVe bought IK Heliablc Gasoline Stores
from Ktoetzel A : Co. at half value ,
and must close them out this week.
What you pay elsewhere
$ : ! 0.00 you can buy of us for $1(5 00
? : > 1.00 you can buy of us for $15 00
? S'J.OO you can buy "of us for $14 00
SlM.OO you can buy of us for $13 00
$ 0.00 you can buy of us for $2 95
? -l.r > 0 you can buy of us for $2 50
A. 'J-buruer stove like cut , to
close out , ouly $2.75
, _ ed ono
( * of the
sweetmeats and you can't
prevent it , The first you know of
it there is a head ache ; the child is
billions and something must be
done. Use Ripan's Tabules , a
remedy which is standard for such
niptni Tabulrii Bold by drufcliti , or bjr miQ
It the price ( (4 ( cenU box ) Ii nt to The HI-
ptni Chemical Company , No. i ) tfpruc * tU , N. T.
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