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THE OMAHA DAILY BEKi SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1002.
The Great Trained Put
His Faith in Nerves.
ENDURANCE HE WANTED!
Tha ablest manager of professional ath
lete la tbe world, Thomas O'Rourks of
New York City, writing to ths proprietor
of Palna'a Celery Compound on January 11,
"Ob of tha moat important features In
tba training of an athleta la to Invigorate
his nervous system, and nothing aver takes
tha placs of Paine' Celery Compound to ae
eompllsh thUI It facilitate getting a man
In prima condition. In my experience In
handling athlete I have never found any
thing equal to it." .
Thla from a man of whom the moat wond
erful champlcn la the world said, when
one of Mr. O'Rourke'a pupils had won the
world' championship: "The secret of
O'Rourk' success I cannot understand.
Wonderful endurance and an inexhaustible
npply of nerve force distinguishes the men
ha coaches from their opponents In every
For tba paat 11 year Mr. O'Rourke has
keen reoognlsed aa the greatest trainer In
tha world. While he waa coaching George
Dixon, that young athlete waa the world'a
TH0MA8 F. O'ROURKR.
champion. Sharkey, who wa at first a
rough and tumble giant, under O'Rourke'a
training developed Into an even-tempered,
hardy, atrong, rugged boxer.
The above unsolicited words from Mr.
O'Rourke, who, by the way, baa been the
owner of the Broadway Athletio Club, the
Lenox Club, the Coney Island Club and
Royala Golf Club, and who. la known to be
one of the finest gentlemen among the de
votees of the ' many art, tell the whole
atory. He found In Paine'a Celery Com
pound nature'a food for the nervea.
While this remedy hi effected thou
sand of cores among thoae who are alck,
and baa reetored to healthy life Innumer
able men and women whose nervous sys
tems have been shattered, and who were
suffering from the aymptoms of the be
ginning of a deep-rooted Impairment of the
nervous system it la worth nothing that
van la thoae exhausting contests where
absolutely porfect nervea are preeminently
reeded, this remedy haa also been found
equally a beneficial in repairing the ex
haustion due to the high training.
If such men, who require above every
thing els above muscle (which cannot
develop without good nervea); above cour
age, which no man with' weak nerves ever
hadwho require above everything else
perfect nervea if such men have found It
necessary to teed the nervea and bra'n with
tba food nature requires It is good proof
that thi greatest of all remedlea, tha d -aovery
ct one of Amerlca'a ableat pro
fessors, sccompllshes all that la claimed for
. Every man or woman wboae nervous
ayatem la not In perfect condition will
find that thla remedy will make It aol
No other remedy in the world waa ever
So universally acknowledged by physicians
and all these who have manly and womanly
development In hand to be as perfectly
adapted to cases of failing health and
Stock on Sale Saturday
at 8:30 for the
Saturday morning at :S0 a. m., the doors
f the Rochester Shoe Co. will be opened
-The stock has been appraised and will
ow be closed tor the benefit ot creditors.
Saturday at 1:30. ladles' tan shoes and ox
fords at 89c misses' and children's shoes
at S9o and 39c, at 8:30 Women's patent
leather shoea. cloth aud kid top, at 88c.
on the main floor. Bargain oquarcs have
been erected, and you will End an
Elegant display of women's felt slippers.
all colore, in fancy and fur trimming, at
le and e.
In the basement you can have choice ot
tha satire slock of men's shoes, consisting
at vlcl kid. box and velour calf, also some
patent leathers, choice of the entire stock,
31. I. In basement, as displayed, women's
ft to and $3.00 sbocs. at 88c. The stock on
tha main floor has been marked to tbout
half of former pricea. Everybody should
be en hand early. The comfort of the
crowda haa keen looked after. Extra
aeatlng room provided you all over the
house. Look for the number, 1315 Douglas
TUB CARE OF THE HAIR
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OMADA WINS FROM LINCOLN
Baikal Xall Tsaau frtm Yeiif Ifta's
Chriitian Asstoiatisai Vest
LINC0LNITCS APPEAR TO IE TOO HEAVY
Oaaahaae, Marat Bad Kimble, Get
Areata Lively Esossk ta Take
the If ob ere ay leore
f ST to If.
Five athletes, clad la padded font ball
trousers and heavy gridiron Blockings, came
up from the Toung Men'a Christian asso
ciation at Lincoln last night to battle at
basket ball. Thla morning they will return
to the eapltal city without any laurel
wreaths, for the wearer of the moleskins
met defeat at the bands of another quintet,
with bare lege and short flimsy running
trousers, the representative of the Omaha
Toung Men'a Christian association. Mean
while tba score, 37 to it. Is blasoned In the
ulnd of the local enthusiasts.
There waa aa enormous crowd gathered
In the local gymnasium to witness the con
test. The oval running track overhead
was a hanging garden of brilliant color,
for there was. If anything, a preponder
ance of women In the assemblage. Below,
at eaoh end of .the arena, the spectators
were massed, tier upon tier, clear to the
back walls, where the heada of those on
the top row rsttled the Indian clubs banging
tbere aa they bobbed la excitement.
The Lincoln men came on like giants In
their strength, but they were like a five
fold bull In a china shop. On the small
court of tha gymnaalum they were aa big
awkward boy. They would clear It from
end to end at a bound, then overreach
themselves, put on the brakes, bait, stum
ble, and crash into the walla or the spec
Osnaha, Kiewi the GreaaJ.
Meanwhile the Omabas, lighter and more
nimble, and knowing every inch of tba
ground and each trick ot the limited spaca
and obstructing track, wove In and out
over the floor with accuracy and speed,
and by tha time the first twenty-minute
period of the conflict waa passed they had
acored 14 to Lincoln's 7.
And Lincoln owed all this seven to one
man, the captain, W. 8. Andresen. He
threw seven goals from the foul Una out
of eleven cbanoea. Omaha' fourteen points
came, Ave by goal from the foul line, by
Jardeen, out of twelve chance, and tha
otbe nine by three goals from the field,
Jardeen, Hanaon and George Wlllard shsr-
Ing alike on these.
In the second half the Lincoln men had
become Just a little acclimated, and they
held Omaha practically even, making twelve
pointa to Omaha's thirteen. Ia thla halt
Andresen waa again a star for the visitors,
throwing six goals from the foul line out
of eleven chancea, while another asteroid
waa developed In the person of Hancock,
the huge center, who threw two field goal
In the last seven minutes of play, the only
field goala Lincoln made. Meanwhile Cap
tain Jardeen threw four more goala from
the foul Una out of thirteen chancea, and
Jardeen, Hanaon and George Wlllard du
plicated their atunt of the first half by
making each another goal from the field.
CaptaJas tha H.eteora.
The two captains were the meteor of
the game. Andresen Is the best basket
ball player weat of Chicago, and ha haa
played tor alx years, much of the time
1th the University of Nebraska team.
Jardeen la a recent arrival from Chicago,
and la a marvel, though not ; so aura aa
Andreeen. The' latter made thirteen' ot
his team 'a nineteen pointa, and on at a
time. Lineup: .
Jardeen (C.) L. F.IK F..
ueveion K. fK. jr..
Hanson C. C
C. Wlllard L. O.I I., a..
O. Wlllard R. O.lR. G..
Field coals: Jardeen. Hanson. O. Wll
lard. Hancock (2). Goala from foul line:
Andreeen (13), Jardeen (9). Foula: Lincoln,
3ft: Omaha, 22. Time of halves: Twenty
minutes. Referee: Nelson. UmDlrea: Jones
ot Omaha, Lewis of Lincoln.
Aa preliminary .events there were two
brief games. In on of ten-minute halves
Omaha Juniors, boys under 15 years ot
age, demonstrated to a almtlar team ot
youngsters from Lincoln thst they were
Just one point better every two minutes,
the local winning by ten to nothing.
Yeaasater Gives Prosalae.
In thla game little Allen Lee ot Omaha
gave great promlae of a future aenaa-
tionallst at baaket ball by throwing two
field goala and another from the foul line.
The other three pointa were made by
Battxglver from the foul line. Lineup:
L. F.. Oebhart
R. F Dunn
I O Albera
H. i Mitchell
Battsglver u. F.
I,ee R. F.
In the other game the noon class of busi
ness men defeated the Omaha High school
team twenty to four la two fitteea-mlnut
halves. The nooner made alx goala from
the field and two from tha foul Una, while
the High school boys made their four all
on goals from the foul line.
WILL KILL WEAK COMPANIES
haraeroaa Fires, It la Salt, Wltl
Crowd. Oat Soate laaar-
NEW TORK, Feb. 14. Discussing the
large number of deatructlve fires that have
occurred since the first of the year, espe
cially thoae at Waterbury and Paterson,
Bradstreets tomorrow will say;
There Is of course a general feeling that
the Insurance compaulea of the country
have Buffered a aeries of bad blows, whlcb.
coming after several yeara of heavy losses.
are bound to be reflected in further with
drawala of weakened companies, If ludeed a
general and heavy advance In ratea la not
The building ot fireproof or of alow
burning atructurea, to add to the controlling
and mastering ot these fearful connagra
tlons. Is recommended.
Comparing the fire loss with the loss ia
curred by business failures, Bradstreet's
says that in tbe month ot January the fire
loaa waa greater than tbe total liabilities
ot thoss who fslled in tbe United States,
In the yeara 1899 to 1901 Inclusive the grosa
fire loss excesded ths gross failure loss
by nearly one-quarter.
SHERIFF'S P0SSE0N THE TRAIL
Parsaers af Thieving ladlaaa Fall ta
Itepart Tlielr Where
RAWLINS. Wyo.. Feb. It. (Special Tela
gram.) Nothing ba been heard from the
Fremont county sheriff's posse that started
out a tew days ago to round up Arapahoe
Indiana frcm the Wind River reservation
that have been driving off stock from
rancbea near tha ressrvatlon. It la said
that the thieving reds are known by the
authorttlca, and they will be arrested and
taken to Lander tor trial. The Indiana
will probably rraiat, but tba officers are
prepared to fight. If necessary. No serious
trouble la ant' -lusted.
hew Hotel far DaarlneeJ.
DKADWOOD, S. D., Feb. 14. (Special.)
Tbe ett liens of Desdwood have pledged
3100,000 for tha erection ef a aew hold.
It will be built on the lot and foundation
TT field, Thi
A RIVAL in the
Th Illustrated Bee con
tinues week after week to put
forth Ita best efforts to supply a
doruaDd It has created for the beat
In the way of newspaper art and
literature. The Dext number con
tains a collection of good things
for the discriminating render, and
will be found to fully merit all
that might be said of It In praise.
Its Illustrations and articles are
HtlSS ALICE HOOSEVfcLT is Just no
ill the most talked of young woiua
In the clvlllted vrot'.A. Her posi
tion, ns daughter of the president
naturally draws to her tbo atten
tion of the citterns of this country
and the unusual distinction shown
her by the emperor of Germany
haa attracted the eyes of the
polite world. Her latest and fa
vorite photograph lias been repro
duced for a frontispiece of The
Illustrated Bee. Along with It la a
short biographical sketch.
GOVERNOR CUMMINS OP IOWA has
been much written about lately,
but only his career as a lawyer,
statesman and politician baa been
touched upon. In The Bee this
week something la told of the
home life of tbe governor and his
charming and talented wife. This
article ia illustrated with cuts
made from photographs taken by
a Bee artist at the Cummins' home
in Des Moines, and is of unusual
KENTUCKY MOONSHINERS during the
week bare added another gory
chapter to the history of "the dark
and bloody ground." In The Illus
trated Bee on Sunday will be found
a special article written by a news
paper man who accompanied a
force of government detectives on
a recent raid after moonshiners.
No lives were lost, but a big still
waa discovered and broken up.
lie describes the methods of both
the moonshiners and the revenue
agents, and pointa out some of the
difficulties the officers encounter
in enforcing the laws. The net re
sults of twenty-lire yeara of effort
to break up the business are given.
Thla article ia illustrated from
photographs made on the raid.
PHYSICAL CULTURE . FOR CHILDREN
is the subject of a well written
article by Miss Helen. M. Wood
small, physical director of the
'Young Women's Christian As
sociation gymnasium of Omaha.
Miss Woodsmall discusses the
topic instructively and entertain
ingly, telling of the good that re
sults ' from accompanying mental
with physical education. The
Illustrations are made from photo
graphs of children's classes at the
Young Women's Christian assocla--tlon.
CHINESE MILLIONAIRES are told
about by Frank O. Carpenter in
his weekly letter. With Consul
General Goodnow Mr. Carpenter
visited the homes of many of the
wealthiest men in China while at
Hangchow. Here he was royally
entertained and gathered tbe ma
terial for one of bis most instruct
ive letters. Photographs taken by
Mr. Carpenter add much to tbe in
terest of the article.
SEVENTY MILLION DOLLARS of
Chinese treasure waa recently
reported to have been discovered
by the imperial court after Ita re
turn to the sacred city of Pekin.
In this connection an American
who went through the siege relates
a remarkable story. It is to the
effect that he became orlvv to the
fact that the dowager empress had
burled $140,000,000 In gold in the
women's quarters of the palace be
fore fleeing from tbe city. General
Chaffee first and then General
Schwartzkopt of the German army
refused to assist in capturing this
magnificent loot. Tbe whole
atory is told In detail, with names,
dates, etc.. In Tbe Illustrated See.
V'OT ONLY IN THESE d o a tbe
lv Interest In The Illustrated Bee
consist, for there ate many other
pictures and articles, each worthy
Jo be listed as a feature. In all
departments to, paper wnj be
fouud complete and up to grade.
If you are not a aublcrloer you
should place-with your newsdealer
today nn order for
The Illustrated Bee
of the old Deadwood Hotel company. The
foundation waa laid severs! veers ago and
with the lot eost the Desdwood Hotel com
REQUISITION FOR BUTTE MAN
Oklauaaaa Oeverasr Parasite Kstradl
Ilea far Saaiael Traas
GUTHRIE. Okl., Feb. 14. (Special Tele
gram I Oovrraor Furgusoa today honored
a requisition from the governor of Nebraaka
for tbe return to Butte, Boyd county, that
atate, cf Samuel Truax, who la wanted there
for embetxlement. Sheriff O. S. Wright
left today for Cheyenne, Roger Mills
county? where his man U under arrest, and
ulli lake bun back at once.
WANTS NATION UlRRIC AT10X
IbaUsnbtrftr Explain lis Fstitisa
f arainf tha Proposed lftasnra.
INDIAN AFFAIR! h SOUTH DAKOTA
Dlaaffeetlea Aftrlbatea' to aa Edict
Aaalast Daaelasr alasahaa Makes
aewlasj for Pablle.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. (Special Tele
gramsRepresentative Shalienberger, com
menting on criticism which he Is receiv
ing from aome newspspers in Nebraska on
tha position which he bas taken regsrding
the pending Irrigation bill, said today be
waa not a member ot the committee which
had drafted the measure; that he had pre
pared aeveral amendments which he de
sired te offer - to tbe bill when It came
before the general committee for action,
but was Informed by Influential members
ot tbe special committee that any attempt
to amend the bill would result in opening
up again the entire fight, which baa been
going on continuously in congreaa for a
number ot yeara. He waa advised that the
plan was to accept the committee bill, and
when It came before the bouse, then to
offer his amendments. .
He said be did not feel that be waa en
tirely alone In hla opposition to certain
featurca of the bill, and cited that the
Industrial commission nsd given an adverse
report, recommending the national control
of watr conserved from the Interstate
streams; that Chairman Tongue of the Irri
gation committee of the house Insists that
the states which pay money Into tbe fund
should have their rights protected In the
distribution of that fund,- and that the
National Irrigation asaociatton, commis
sioner ot the general land office and
director of the geological aurvey also con
demned tbe section of the bill which pro
vides that the state and territorial lawa
ahall govern and control In the diatributlon
of watera rendered available by tbe works
constructed under the act.
"I am In favor of nationalizing the Irriga
tion movement," aald Mr. Shalienberger,
"and I believe tbat public discussion and
open conversation will result in legislation
which will protect the Interests ot all
statea, and yet be national In character."
Soath Dakota Indian Affair a.
Major H. D. Chamberlain, agent at Crow
Creek, and Major Robert H. Somers, agent
at the Lower Brule agency. South Dakota,
are In Washington to secure financial aa-
alstanca and reservation Improvements for
the Indians they represent. Major Cham
berlain, who aaya the government owes his
Indiana in tbe neighborhood ot $168,000,
proposes to ask the commissioner of Indian
affaire to set aside $60,000 for the purpose
of stock In order Vat the Indians may
engage In the stock r.Vsing business.
"If something Is not dona for these In
dians," ha cald, "they will be compelled
to starve or beg from the white people ad
joining the reservation. Tba order ot the
commissioner last year to discontinue the
issuance of ratlona would have worked an
untold hardship upon these Indiana had It
been carried out, but, knowing the condi
tions, I secured a modification of the order
and am still Issuing ratlona to them.'
Major Somers.. speaking of hla mission,
said as representatiys of the Lower Brulea
he wanted, to talk with Commissioner Jones
ot the treaty recently made between the
Indians whom berBpresents and the gov
ernment, f op, the session of 60,000 aorss of
land oa the west, aide of the Lower Brula
reservation for homestead purposes. When
asked whether Hmors were true that a
small part of the Lower Brulea desired to
leave the' reservation and Join with the
Rosebud Indiana to tha south of them, he
said he understood tbat there was a dissat
isfied element among the Lower Brulea that
had indicated a desire to move south.
Dissatisfaction Over Daaelaa; Kdtet.
"This dissatisfaction on the part of these
Indians," aald Major Somers, "cornea from
ths fact that they want to dance, and as I
do not believe that dancing IS conducive
to their civilization, I have emphatically
prohibited anything of the kind on' the
ressrvatlon. I understand tbat dancing la
permitted on the Rosebud reservation, and
naturally the people on my reservation who
dealre to participate In this old tribal cus
tom are dissatisfied and breed trouble."
Both ot the agenta are desirous of having
the government build reservoirs for the
conservation of water, so tt&t these In
diana, numbering 1,000, may ,be taught
farming and other means to earn a liveli
hood. Senator Millard today recommended Har
rison Pease for postmaster at Giles, Brown
Congressman Walter I. Smith of ths
Council Bluffs district returned from lows
Representative Hull of the Des Molnea
district appeared before the committee on
public buildings and grounds this morning
In behalf ot his bill appropriating $1,000,000
for a new publlo building and alte at Des
Moines. While no vote was had In com
mittee, It is understood tbe bill will be re
ported for $700,000.' The congressman left
tonight for Des Moines, to be absent until
after the primaries of March 7.
Colaaaaaa Pleads for Pablle Balldlaa.
Tbe Columbus Commercial club, through
Ita president. Henry Ragati, baa aent to
Representative Robinson of the Third dis
trict a statement ahowlng the present con
dition of the Columbus postofflce, ia view
of the bill pending for a new publlo build
ing at that place. The atatement shows
that the receipts for the year 1S97 were
less than $6,000; for 1900, over $8,000, and It
ia thought they will reach $10,000 at the
eloae of the'preaeat fiscal year. The state
ment waa filed with the committee on pub
lic bulldlnga and grounda.
S. H. Burnham, president of tbe First
National bank of Lincoln, and wife are at
the New Wlllard.
Representative Stark's bill Increasing the
penalon of Alfred M. Mosher of Dorchester
to $30 pasted the house today.
The houao psssed a bill to extend the
time tor tbe completion of the Dakota
Southern railroad bridge across ths Mis
aourt at Yank too. The bill, having passed
the ssnsta aome weeks ago, now goes to
the president lor his signature.
Miss Gsrtruds Dietrich, dsughter of Sen
ator Dietrich, has been taken from Catsklll
to Albany, where aha may be placed under
the charge of a specialist.
C. K McKenney of Sioux Falls. 8. D.,
Is In Waablngton.
-x Depai Intent Notes.
These rural tree delivery routes have
been ordered established April 1 In Butler
county, lews: Allison, with O. H. Drcker
and George W. Hamilton, carriers; araa
covered, fifty-six squsre miles population.
1.060. Clarksvtlle. additloaal service, with
F. U. Coldrea. H. A. Molaberry. T. A. Sad
ler and Jerome Walsh carrier! ; area
ninety-nine aquare miles; populstton. MJi
Greens, with 8. L. Bragg. 8. J. McRobtrts
and J. A. Thompson csrrters; area, eighty
two square miles; population, 1,840.
The postofflce at Vilmsr will be aupp.led
by rnrsl carriers.
Mlltoa T. Borden was today appointed
elerk In the Bloomlngtoo, la., postofflce.
Charlea Relter haa been appointed r!erk
In the Grlnnell. Ia., postofflce.
The postofflce at North Piatt will t
moved te the build. ng owned by Walla
Walla Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
rent not to exceed $300 a yesr.
Nebraska H. D. Horham. Adams, Osge
connty, vice H. J. Merrick, removed; Frank
Israel, Benkelman, Dundv county, vice J.
H. Ferman. removed; William L. Bennett,
Bladen. Webater county, vice A. H. John
son, removed; Marie C. Varney, Caerade.
Cherry counly. vice A. N. Csdy, resigned;
S. K. Solomon, Culbertson, Hitchcock county,
vice John W. Cole, removed; B. W. Showsl
ter, Davenport, Thayer county, vies P. 8.
Wllllama, removed; Ellen V. Hall, Esrl,
Frontier county, vice L. C. Rlckard, re
moved; Laura P. Moore, Romeyn, Thelps
county, vice E. L. Frank, resigned; Maud
L. Taylor, Strang, Fillmore county, vice E.
O. Beera. removed; Watle Van Petten,
Btratton, Hitchcock county, vice John W.
MOTHER'S SUIT AGAINST SON
Mrs. Sesaa B. Okie Aaka for Oae Hie.
dred Thoasaad Dollars Iron
Her Boy Jeba.
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Feb. 14. (Special.)
A suit brought by mother agalnat aon will
be called In tbe Co 1 ted States court In
Cheyenne Tnesdsy. Tbe caae la technically
known aa Mrs. Susan B. Okie agalnat John
B. Okie, in which Mra. Okie seeks to re
cover $100,000 from her son.
Many years ago Mra. Okie advanced her
son tbe Bum of $4,000, and the young man
set out from Washington, D. C, to mske
a fortune in the sbsep business In Wyoming.
Okie settled at Lost Cabin, In Big Horn
county, and engaged In the sheep business.
He made money rapidly and today la worth
upward ot $800,000. For aeveral yeara the
aon divided with. hla mother an equal share
ot the profits and paid her back the orig
inal loan. He then gave her money at the
rate of $2,700 a year.
In 1888, It la alleged, Okie bought out his
mother's Interest In tbe business. Prices
were falling rapidly and Okie saw that he
must make one big speculation or hla en
tire business would bo wiped out. Mrs.
Okie refused to Join her son in ths pro
posed movement, so he bought her Inter
ests and went It alone. Okie went to
Oregon and bought thousands of abeep,
having borrowed upward of $75,000, and
trailed . tbe flocks through to Wyoming.
Pricea sdvanced steadily after his return
home and Inside of two yeara John B. Okie
was wealthy. He did not forget.hls mother,
however, notwithstanding tbe fact that she
had sold out her Interests, and continued
to send ber money.
Mrs. Okie clalma that her son agrsed to
divide equally the profits so long as he re
mained In the sheep business. She says
she sold out against ber will and seeks to
havs tbe sale set aside and to receive her
share In tbe profits, estimated at $100,000.
MAYOR FOR 0PEN GAMBLING
Chief Execatlve af Cesser Aaaowaees
Intentloa io Contlaae
CASPER, Wyo., Feb. 14. (Special.) Not
withstanding tbe decision of Judge C. W.
Bramel of Laramie, aittlng In tbe district
court here this week, that a small mistake
by a clerk In tha legislature would not In
validate laws pasaed by the legislature,
signed by Its officers snd approved by the
governor, the mayor of Casper haa thrown
up his hands and will permit gambling on
and after February 22, the day the antl
gambllng law goes Into effect. '
Mayor Cantlrn says thst open gambling
will be permitted and that tha officers of
the town are "Instructed to collect and
turn Into the treasury of tbe city by fines
snd otherwise the same amounts hereto
fore collected, for the running of gambling
Thla seems to settle ths matter st gam
bling ao far as Casper Is concerned. .The
feeling here sgainat open gambling 1b
JAPANESE LEAVE WYOMING
Orleatala Depart mm Aeceaat af Ia
RAWLINS, Wyo., Feb. 14. (Speolal Tele
gram.) All of tbe Japanese reaidenta ot
Rawllna havs left here, for the reason, it
ta said, that they felt they vere unwel
come. All Chinese In Rawlins left several
years ago. Ths Japs felt they could not
remain hers snd put up with tbe Insults
and personal attacks from white laborers,
and then the recent action ot the mlnera
throughout Colorado in driving them out
probably had something to do with their
departure. . '
During the past few months a number
ot Japa have been aasaulted and . badly
beaten up. The orientals have gone to
Rock Springe and some of the larger towns
farther weat. In all probability many ot
tha Japaneae section men employed by the
Union Paclflo will leave their jobs and
leave the country.
Seat a Debate laeorworatloas.
PIERRE, 8. D..Feb. 14. (Special.)
These articles of Incorporation havs been
Naturalist PuDDly association. Pierre.
Capital, 1200,000. Incorporators: J. M.
wiera, irnaries n. nocaaieuer ana I. w.
Western Iroquois company, Pierre. Cap
ital, $600,000. Incorporators: Charles Fri
selle, John W. Ledde and Oscar Nelson.
Messaba OH and Coal company, Pierre.
Capital, $-ViO,0OO. Incorporators: W. J.
Power, P. ii. Nelson and Oscar Nelson.
Kxcelslor Oil, Mining and Development
company, Pierre. Capital. $280,000. Incor
porators: Fred Homen. Thomas 8. Ather
atone and L. L. Stephens.
Live Stock, Cotton and Development
company, Pierre. Capital, $75,000. Incor
porators: H. L. Kampen. C. Lester Miller,
M. T. Gunderaon and A. Ounderson.
Johnson on company, eioux r au. cap
ital, 8100,000. Incorporators: George T.
Blackman, A. J. Johnson. W. A. Germain,
with warm mhampoom ot
Beautiful hair Is positively insured br clesnstng scalp and hair with Hmrtlmm
aTaaya and then applying a dressing of May Hmlr-Hmmltk. This will remove
dandruff, stop itching and promote a healthy growth of luxuriant hair. For purify
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allaying irritation or offensive perspiration, and tor all antiseptic purposes in the toi
let, bath or nursery, Hmrffmm it pronounced by thousands of men and wom
en tha moat perfect and satisfactory soap, toilet or medicated, they have ever used.
Hmrttmm is free from alkali, and unites purest cleansing; Ingredients
with healing Pine Balaam and delicate odor of forest flowers.
m M.. at m price, the bnt
eae is Um wo Id.
Froo Sdap Offer mnwllw
1 aaaat raskaf arlaws. tVU Mssm las Jt tH S.W. It use aa. 1.11 . J ' . A a Itl l
T"e a lam bor.l. mt Hay's Hair-rkMlta aa4 a 2sc.cake el Marline Medical I Aoap. iiMbc
oa for Uur. scalp CunpUxioa, fcaia a ad Ta If 1. both lor Kilty cent rei u.Ar pnc, 75c (t
ttmmmi Uaatlna rusUta everywhere at their shape anly. or br K f til la Hay SpaclaV
SJaa Ca.. Newark, N . J., a.utor wuh or wuhowt aa, br aauiaaa. Drapaie. ia Biaia acaiad parkri aa
M aacv aaa Uut coaaaa. (bisa aaau aad
I nr ft Hnlfmlfiiih
whs aaa havs a ftae haa at kair. May's Malr
a are ij a at at -a tha acals or
Large M ceat battles
ranswlai sveotsK Sasfly lay's
I HAH t-IHERMAV dk MeCOSNELU IS
lfth sad Cklcaro.
ism. r)LI Kl S MUROAK. lit Breai
BROWN, in Maia, WHELEY, ail
STRONG TESTIMONY :
FROf.1 PROniUEUT HOSPITALS
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is Usei Exclusively by Almost
Every Prominent Hospital in the United States on Ac
count of its Absolute Purity and Excellence.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST MEDICINE.
Duffy's Pur Malt Whiskey cures con
sumption, coughs, colds, grip, bronchitis,
catarrb and all diseases of the throat and
lung's. It also cures nervousness and ln
dlsestion. It gives power to the brain,
etrensth and elasticity to the muscles and
richness to the blood. It Is a promoter of
good health anil longevity, makes the old
young, krepg the young strong.
It will cure almost any esse of consump
tion If taken in time.
PAWTUCKET KMKROENCT HOSPITAL,
Pawtucket, R. I.
Pawtucket, R. I., April 13, Wl.
We have used Duffy's Pure Malt Whls.
key and are now using it at thla hospital.
We consider it an excellent preparation,
used with Ice. It will stay on an irritable
stomach. It Is the Ideal stimulant for the
Invalid where one of this charscter is
called for.-FRANCIS M. HARRINGTON,
Surgeon-in-Chlef. JOHN W. GORMAN,
Resident Physician. -
wtw r''wr-' tJaaav -ami,. 'Jjk
If you are sick and run down write our Medical Department. It wlU cost vou
tree rn to resln neaJth. strength and vitality. Medical booklet sent
rw.oA-III02!9ur P,r,on cautioned against so-caller! DUFFY'S MALT
WHISKEY offered for sale In bulk, and in other than our Patent Bottle, with our
name blown in same. DUFFY'S PURE MALT WHISKEY is sold in sealed bottlea
only. Offered in any other form it Is not the genuine. It is the only whiskey recog
nised by the government as a medicine. This Is a gusrantee. All druggists and
grocers, or direct $1 a bottle. DUFFY MALT WHISKEY CO.. Rochester, N. Y.
Booklet free, ...
FDEF TwJ? ot -"Vr Psfnt game counter s for whist, euchre, etc. They are unique
and useful. Send 4 cents In stain pa to cover poatage. ' . ..-
Cooper Aggola, H. E. Judge and Qua John
son. Dakota Eastern Railway company,
Watertown. Capital, $5,250,OiJO. Directors:
W. R. Thomns, L. D. Lyon, H. D. Wal
rath, W. D. Morris, M. R. Baskervllle, H,
M. Flnnerud, J. W. Martin, F. J. Cory and
C. W. Steutenroth.
Co-operative Savings and Finance com
pany. Sioux Falls. Capital. $200,000. In
corporators: W. M. Mllo. R, B. Moseley,
M- E. Hltchman, W. J. Stearna and E. J.
Cltixena" State bank of Oacoma, Oscoma.
Capital, $5,000. Incorporators: W. C. Kena,
ston, W. L. Montgomery, Peter B. Dirks,
8. Winter and M. Kauffman.
Gregory County State bank, Fairfax. Cap
ital, 110.000. Incorporators: A. L. Tucker,
G. E. French, C. F. Tumey, Edwin W.
Stareher, W. R. Day, L. Trautman and E.
Secures Through Fretaht Rates.
SIOUX FALLS. S. D., Feb. 14. (Special.)
H. M. Jonea, president of tbe local Busi
ness Men's lesgue, has been advised ' by
the officers ot tbe Northwestern railroad
that they havs finally decided to give Slouz
Falls the benefit of a distance tariff to
certain points In tbe state. The conces
sion mads by ths company Is about what
had been saked by the local jobbers, but
which the company flatly refused a week
or ten daya ago. Under the new acbedule
Sioux Falla Jobbers will be given a dis
tance tariff to Yankton, Parker, Lake Pres
ton and intermediate pointa.
FAIR TODAY AND TOMORROW
Nebraska, Haa Prosnlse af tha Vest of
Weather for SkopplasT '
..... and Chares.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 14.-Forecast:
For Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado and
Wyoming Fair Saturday and probably Bun
day; variable winds.
For Iowa and Missouri Increasing
cloudiness Saturday;- alowly rising tempera
ture; Sunday cloudy; variable winds.
For South Dakota Partly cloudy, with
light anow flurries, Saturday; Sunday fair;
OFFICB OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Feb. 14. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of tbe last thni
102. 1901. MOO. 1J39.
Maximum temperature.,.. 27 43 44
Minimum temperature.... 14 23 2 18
Mean temperature 30 32 4 80
Precipitation 00 .00 .26 T
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for tins day and since March J.
Normal temperature , 24
Deficiency for the day 4
Total excess since March 1 920
Normal precipitation 08 Inch
Deficiency for the day .03 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 24.89 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 6.38 Inches
"Deficiency for cor. period. 1900... 4.42 Inches
Keawrta raa htallaaaat 7 S. as
CONDITION OF TH
North Platte, partly tloudy...
Salt Lake City, partly cloudy.
Rapid City, partly cloudy
Huron, cloudy ;
WllllBton, partly cloudy
St. Iuis, clear
St. Paul, cloudy
Kansaa City, clear
Havre, partly cloudy
Xll.inD rr r .
Galveston, partly cloudy
iVin end coiaplnioe soaa. ths best hair sad seals
wamst - dtoirTarthlulejlor.beaalrsn4rilato
- Maallh M a rclrwiima, haaraal aroaiac aat baur
clotlunc. Slope bair UUius.
at teadlag di at (lata.
aalr-fkatlb sad Barf Isa Seas a their akass self 1
la sad Dad(t; gCHAFER'S DRUO 8TOR8,
sy; DeHAVEM, 132
THE READING H08PITAL.
Reading, Pa., Oct. 12. 1W.
We have used Duffy's Pure Malt Whlskv
In typhoid and other exhausting disease's
and have found It eminently entlofactorv.
DR. JOSEPH CLOTHIER, Resident Physi
cian. Duffy's Pure Malt whiskey has stnoc:
severe tests for nearly SO years, and hat
always been found absolutely pure and tc
contain great medlijnnl properties.
S5.0C A fflONTE
Ail Diseases anj
Disorders of Men
10 years ta Omaha
Method new, wlthool
eattluc. Date jt loss
PVDLi 1 1 1ft cnredforlifsanathspoisos
OT r nlLIU thoroughly rjsejtsed frost
the system. Sooa every sign and symptom
disappears completely and forever. No
-bHEAKiHU uut" ot disease on the skin
or face. Treatment eootalna ao daageroas
Arnga or Injuriooa sneaicln.
WEAK M KM from Excesses or Victims
to Naavoua DaaiLrrr or Exajosnofl,
WASTIHO WllIKIH With EABLT DSOAT Is
Youho and Middle Aojb, lack of vim, vigor
and atrsngth, wit organs impaired and weak.
STRICTURE cured with a new Boms
Treatment. No pain, no detention from busi
ness. Kidney and Bladder Trnnbies.
Call on on or address 9 80. 14th St
Dr. Searlst & Searles. (LslsJul ia
are the true source of good, healthy
appearauee. ' ,
- Persons with half-starred nerves' aW
ways look worried and "dragged-out"
Yoa cannot be happy without serve
vlfor; you cannot be 'natural without
all tbe powers which nature meant you
to have. '
product a healthful glow which art
cannot imitate. They luvlgorate every
organ, put aew force to tbe nervea,
elasticity to the step aad rauadoul tha
face and form to lines of health aad
II .00 per box: 6 boxes (with written
guarantee), to 00, Bosk free.
'iT'.-e gala bv ffnhn
A Co., Fuller Paint
Drug Co., Omaha; Dillon a Drug store,
South Omaha, and Davis Drug Co., Council
Uluffs. Is. '
Diseaaea aad Uiuraua a, aiaav Oaly.'
Stt Yeara' ix par leave. ta keara la
the QUICKEST '
Mini aiiu unil r.xiurn mHl nas yet Deen
discovered. No pain whstever. no cutting
and does not Interfere wita work or bust
bees. Treatment at office or at home and
a permanent cure guaranteed.
Hot Springs Treatat for Sypbiils
And ail Wood Diseaaea. No "BRttAKINQ
OUT" on the akin or lace and all external
signs of the disease aisappear at once. A
treatment tha. la mora successful and far
more satisfactory than the "old form" ef
treatment and at leaa than HALF THK
CoST. A cure that la guaranteed to be
permanent for life. . .
uvtH 20,0000". n;;,.r;
a. .a alt unnatural weaknasaea of niaau
Strlclurt-, tiieet. Kidney and bladder Dis
eases, Hydrooele. cuiwd aereaajtentiy.
tHASSKJ l,uW.tOlll. Allt) s-attCa:.
Treatment by mVL P. u. ' Boa taa.
Office over Jli H. 14th street, between Far
ram and Douglas tits., OMAHA. Nag.
keens Painless Itrlcture Curs eradicates every
trace of Stricture, defeasing aad healing from the
start, allaying infiaaimatioa sad enlargement
af the Prostate filaas and restoring Last Vitality.
No cutting, dilating, dragging or boogies, A'a
positively susraate s thoroagk, painless sad
permanent curs ia ssry case, , aad ott caa
Pay When Cured.
aje mean )cat what we say, aad It coats nothing
to investigate. Oar remedy la a direct rfioal ap
plicatiaa to the affected parts, and is absolutely
hanaleas. Wilt aiail ia plaia scaled envelope, ta
any eddxeea, eur tatarcstisg book. Aa Beaea)
Talk;' coataiolag many teetlmoaiala, also, a
I. A. UtU CO. ;2l Atlas lank Mu Cincinnati
as , asaa 3 hw aaa
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