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THE OMAHA DAILY 'HKEi" TUESDAY FEUnitAKY 38, 1002.
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. NEW TORK. Feb. IT. The Atlantic Yscbt
club1 held a special meeting tonight and
elected Emperor William o( Oermsny and
Prince Hnry of. Prussia to membership.
This was' in accordance -with a decision
reached at regular meeting held recently.
Commodore, Robert B. Todd presided at
tonight' meeting. The election la In recog
nition of tad honor Emperor William has
conferred oa this club, and especially ot
the compliment to American ahlp builders
In having Meteor III built here.
Resolutions and other evidence of the
election will be sent to b emperor and
to Prince Henry.
'The program for the opera which Prince
Henry Is to attend en his visit to this city
was completed today and will Include:
The flrsf act -of "Lohengrin," with Oadskl,
Echuman Keunke,' tHapbsnv snd Bdouerd
DeResike, conducted by Dsmrosch.
The eecosd. act of "Carmen," In French,
with' Calve,' Alvsres and- Seoul, conducted
by Plon. .. .. v
The third act of "AldO In Italian, with
Eames, Caropnf, Joudet and Demarcbl, cea
dncted by ftevpcllt. - . - ,
The eecond act, of "Tannhauser," with
Terslna, Von Dick and Van Rooy, conducted
The first act of "La Trsvlata," with Bern
brlch and ' Ballagnac, conducted by Sep.
The first .scene ef, the fourth act of "LA
Cld," wUh Breval and Alvares, conducted
by Damrosch-' ' -l - -
: TweThoaaand, Invitation.
-Two thoutasd invitations t the tauaoh.
lag of tba emperor's yacht were sent out
today by the builders, the Towassod.
Downey company. Only tboae whose names
- had been passed irnen by the committee ef
arrangements at Washington and the seeret
service bureau and personsl friends of the
builders received the coveted cardboards.
The Invited gueats Include tboae foremost
la official -life la Washington and Nsw
York, -all the calebrttles of flnsncs, poll
tics,, literature. . art end the business and
official life ot this city. ..
' At least 4a governors will witness the
launching Governor Odelt ef New Tork
and Governor Murphy of New Jersey. Gov
ernor Stone of Pennsylvania has been In
vited. Benators Piatt aad Depew have been
asked. Prominent Oermana, Carl Bchuri
and leaders of Oermaa organisation have
been Included. The big figures ot Wall
street, among them J, Plerpont Morgan,
J.. J. Htn.-ftll the Vanderbllts, Oeulds. As.
tors, E. H.Jfarrlman, Russell Bags, James
Btiiiman, joh I. wsterpury, E. f. er
wynd, H. J- Baldwin, Jr., August Belmont,
George H. Haven, Morris K. jesaup, Charles
Steward Smith, Daniel I Inmost and
other have been Invited.
"',V V" 'Wa'val''MV ' tbe Lilt.,
s 'Commoder"Le4yard of the NV . Tork
Yacht club. Commodore Robert T. Todd of
the Atlantic Yacht c)ob and officers aad
member of these1 tTubs, s well f of social
clubs are -tavited as guests. " Almost every
nam on the list lg that of a mm ot woman
well know. The (uvltatlona are band
soraely engraved, with the Amerlcaa and
German flags m thr. top, Enclosed with
cch Ikvltwayaw4a i car , sdmUstba to
the island.. S -l'. -r.: .
Mo on will tdmltted without pre-
toting this card. ' A third card invites
the recipient to a'luncheon to b given
1 honor "of tho president of the United
States and Trlnce- Henry of Prussia, " li
mediately after the launching. The luncheon
will be served la an Immense new bulldlrig
Just completed,, and ' there wilt be' 1,000
guests. President; Roosevelt and party and
Prtaoo Henry and party will b seated on
ai' raised' platform erected midway Of the
bu!ld)ng oo one side.' The guest Of bonqr
win is view mi an ins oiner guests.
'Tbe ' first and -second battalions of th
naval .jnllltla,, under command of Captain
Jacob Miller, will petrel Bhooters' Island
from I o'clock In the morning until after
the launching li ever. Special orders were
lssusd today, giving direction aa t now
th men are, ta b, posted.
ne, rJeoomsneBd Chantblala'e
''I have used Chaatberlalo'e Cough Ram
efty (or a number ef. years and ban ne
hMltaMg. Jn, .saylag that , It U th best
remedy er coughs, -eolds and croup ! bar
ver vd In nay famll"- I bar pot word
to express my confidence In this remedy."
. Mrs, J, A. Move,' North Star, Mich. for
. tale Xtj all; druggists
. Dr. M. I.anrfptd ha resigned from the
staff of- the Vt U UmorlI hospital and
Hi ajcceesor caa hih wen appoints yet.
Xbti Artderaen 4f Hious f'lty, president Of
the NrUtwatrn National bank of that
cur, is m iTTiana viaiung win u. a. Mno
-.ula-.the tUui.- ,
William I.. Klerstead. secretary of ths
Board of Ptre id pollre contmiMloners,
. celebrated bis (0th birthday Monday even.
'. ins at his home, iKf Plerenee boulevard.
Twelve friends of tbe fundly were entr
t BVI I Il4 BB-k V I I IIIVI .
t Captain Thomaf
i the bolloei station.
5 holstere4 rorkln c
lajnca wlx a inner.
Hayes, night captain at
was tlven a leather un.
a eia.lr b the nlaht ealral
force juat beuce roU caii last evening,
j Patrolman Anton ' Inda made a cleverly
worded presentation speech, t which Cp-
tata Hayes .after his surprla and emotions
; were oiaurea, graceruuy repuea.
Little Livei; PUls.
, Mw JUr. 8laWtwfw' . .
lee Pa. Stills Wreppsr Beknsw
rtt TstriB utu.
ft s csxtnriTisx.
rXI kMILIV tut.
fijKnm pnum anri.
sw eaaall w4
LAME ARM BRINGS DEFEAT
Jack Meffatt taea
Sh. ft.iii mwm4t rnttttnn
Of th accident that lost Jack Mnffatt
two flghu with Qeora-e Gardner brought
defeat to Moffutt tonlaht at the America
flub In a rnnteet with Billy Stlft. Wear
ing an elastic bandage on the shoulder
thnt had bn dislocated on two similar
Orcaalons, Moffutt tonlxht landed some
telling blows with hi left without e.
berteiu-lna sny III tferts, and apparently
had the fight well In hand. He had taken
thing eaay In the flrat munt mil knit
contented himself with dancina out of the
way of 811ft a wild swings.
fL J'"1! and-manea-ed to reach Btlft
without difficulty scoring a big lead on
the round. Thinking that his shoulder had
uur rrroverea rrom the two former mis
hap. MofTatt started the third rnund in
earneet. H chased hi opponent all ever
therlng, and was admlnletering a severe
drubbing, when In an effort To land a
gnockout he started a left for Stiff Jaw.
..iuw, enc wnn lerrinc rorce, landed
on Stlft a head Instead. Jnstantly Mnf
fatt left arm dropped limp to his side.
Th referee atopped th right and Stlft
wa awarded the decision.
BOXING PROGRAM ARRANGED
Omaha Atkletle te Decide ea Pre-
After long negotlstlnna the Omaha Ath-
has completed Its program for
trie Birilth-Oardaer contest on the nlxht of
February 2D by addlnc to it a Drellminary
dti ween uanny naiey or Boutn miana
and Paul Murray of Omaha.
This event wit) attract almost aa much
Interest as th main bout Itself, ss both
then are fsst mlddlewelRhta. well known
here, and each Is looking for a sweeping
vlotory in order that his way may be paved
lneae men win oe ai
jnda. Then there will
be a four-round bout between ta Anuth
Omaha boy, and a battle royal.
Gardner and Smith are training hard for
their part of th card and last night Eddie
went Ave fsst round with his brother and
trainer, Oscar. A great crowd ot sports
viewed the exhibition, which was a high
roller from the start.
BRUSH SIDES WITH JOHNSON
Iadre View ( Rale Eapreaaed
fcy Prealdeat ef America a
Leas a e.
IHmt IHlPnt.n tr.k 1? Ink. T D....k
ha aaln aided with Ban Jnhnaon! nreai-
dent of the American league, and many
ar prone to believe the diplomat of the
Freedman four la taking more than a
passing Interest In th American league
movement. Mr. Bruah tonight, in an In
terview on the Buffalo meeting, said i
"I read Mr. Johnson's comments on the
Buffalo meeting, and if he Is correctly re
ported, I endorse his views fully. The
meeting at Buffalo for the revision of the
laying rules does not seem to have been
rornoted for the beat Interest of base
all. but rather to cromote the Intereata of
Individual or faction."
C. S. NORRIS WINS IN CLASS A
Defeat Slarearaer of Saw Fraaels
la Chasavlaaiakilg) Tosrn
NEW VDRW Vtv IT Th im.l.nr nil.
liard Class A championship of th Amer
loan Athlatie union tournament, which ha
ban In, progrea during- th lt two weeks
St the Knickerbocker Athletlo club, 'was
won tonight by Charles 8. Norria of the
Knickerbocker Athletl club, who was
formerly chmp.on of the Chicago Ath.
letlo arsoclation. His opponent was Wil
son H. Slgourney of San Francisco, ths
champion ef the Pacifle coast
Next Wednesday night Norris will meet
Wilson P. Foss In a challenge game for
the emblem and title of the natloaal ama
teur billiard champion ot America.
JOE CANS LEADS THE BOUT
Has Better ef SlsH6wa4 Cat
with Oewvc MsFaddea
mt Hew Tork.
PHILADELPHIA. Feb. M.-Jo Gar. of
Baltimore had the better of the six-round
bout With George McKadden 6f New Tork
tonight at the Pennsylvania Athletlo club.
Both men fought hard from beginning .to
end. It was an even contest In the first
round, but after that the Baltimore lad
had matters practically his own way. He
had McKadden going In the second rnund,
but the New Torker recovered himself in
th third round..
. Wester Wis.
Th Western bowling team defeated the
Gate City oo Lenta ft Williams' alley last
GATE CTTT. .
1st. td. Id. Total.
Huntington 1 1 no 42
Hartley ...IM 139 185 ' 48
F. Conrad 150 1M 12 437
Sheldon m o lKi err
Seaman 4 l!3 nt HO
.180 v 3l2
.111 l T64 t,ua
Leavy I Be.
CHICAGO, Feb. 17. In the 109 yards
swimming raoe at the portsmen' show to
night for the amateur championship of
America E. Carroll Schaefer of Philadel
phia defeated J. Scott Leary ef San Fran
cisco. Knowlea of th Milwaukee Athletic
club waa third. Leary led for eight yards
and waa then passed by Schaefer. who won
by two feet. Time: ls)t-S. The sixty
yard Swim wa won by. Johnston of Ot
tawa. Canada, Time: QM. The Columbia
Water polo team defeated the Yale team by
a ecor ef t t 0. Columbia alee defeated
th XU-yara fty race. )lin
Mva Slsasaoa Brlasr flt.SOO.
LEXINGTON, Ky., Fb. 17. Woodward
V Franklin' midwinter combination horse
ales opened today feeror a good crowd
of buyer. Tli iuteroat centered In th
sale of Neva Slmmom, J:1H4, , m , 7, by
Simmons, 1:2. dam, Neva, l:4, by
flqulr Trlmadg. She wa knocked down
o Mtk Uowerman, IexlngUv, for 111.200.
She belonged to O. W. Baum. Pittsburg.
Itattl fctmlth. b. f., ? years, t:li, by
Winders Wilkes, dam, Olga, by Lumps,
broperty of Q. B. Damsby, sold to-H. li.
fiimison at vo., tnia oity, az.wu. .
1 1 f
Champion JTrU Stck.
NKW TORK. -Feb. 1T.-Jame Jeffrie, th
champion heavyweight pugilist. Is sick with
th grip at a hotel in this city. He i being
ttefttiea by a pnysician. wno saio today
that tb pugilist was in fair condition and
was settlna- alone nicely.
Letter In th oy jenrie- doctor aid Ms
patient was Buttering front a sever cold,
but would be well enough to be out agaia
in a few cava, f neumoiua was not tnreat
ened, h said.
lla fee Wrestlinc Tearaanaent.
CLEVELAND. Feb. IT Local a do rt In a
men r formulating filana for a week
wrestling carnival in this city. McLeod
and Psrr will meet first. Th Winner will
meet Jenkins. Atherton. Parkes. Hoeber.
Witmer and Pelnlng also will be matched.
A purse of Ufiw hae been offered for a
anatuh between Parr and McLeod In ths
Chaaala JesTrles Sick. -
NBW TORK. Feb. 17 -James Jeffries, the
champion heavyweight pugilist, la sir a
with th grip at a hotel In this city. He
I being attended by a physician, who said
today that tb pugilist waa in fair con
dition and was getting along nicely.
Hlekey Mevee t Chicago.,
ST. JOSEPH, Mo . Feb. 17.-Prealdent
Thomaa 1. Mickey of the American Amo
elutlnn if Km ball rlliba. laavea Mt
joaeph tonight with hla'family for Chicago,
wnere iney wiu reatue in in luiur.
Iw Frlnter Break Bewllasj Reewrd
DCS MOINE8, Feb. 17.-W. B. Rowen. i
primer, of Des Moine broke the slate
bowilna; record for Ave same tonight, nut a
IliaT A.w puis, ail avrraav v evi.
Llaeeln Beat llssi City. -
SIOUX C1TT, la., rb. 17. (Speolal Tel-
ram ) Lincoln university beat 8luux City
Teung M.a a ChrtMiaa aaseuUttun t te 4
at basnet Pali lunigbt.
ITINERARY OF THE PRINCE
Official Irsgrtm sf Yiiit ef th Emperor's
Brotbsr te Amsrlca.
COMES WEST 10 CHICAGO ANO ST. LOUIS
Prince Heary Will Alee He Fitended
Maay lloaor la Prtaelpal Eat
era Cities, aad Entertained
by lb Prealdeat.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 1'.. Dr. Hill for the
president's delegates today nr.ade public the
general program aad Itinerary of the visit
of bis royal highness. Prince Henry ef Prus
sia, covering the period of time from Sat
urday, "February J2, to Tuesday. March 11,
1901. From time to time publication has
been, mads of parte of th Itinerary re
lating to one or two cltiea and towna, but
there hss been more or less change In the
origins! program and new features hsvs
bsea edded. As It now stsnds. the Itinerary
and program Is declared hgr th president's
delegates te be final. It Is as follows:
Saturday, February 22 Arrival In New
Tors; hnrhor. probably about noon, on Kron
Prln Wllhelm of the North German Lloyd
line. Admiral Evana, commanding the spe
cial squadron, will meet the steamer nt
quarantine station and conduct hie rem I
highness, Prince Henry of Prussia, with
hia aulte, to Hnhensollern, which the presi
dent's delegates will then visit to estend
greeting, fcxehsnge of official visit will
take place during the afternoon. Prince
Henry and his suite will attend the Irving
Place theater and return to Hohensollern
for the night.
Sunday, February 23 In the morning re
ligious exercises on board Hohensollern. If
the weather Is favorabls a viait to the
tomb of General Grant In the afternoon,
Private entertainment by the Deutcher
vereln. Leave for Washington In the even
ing by special train on ths Pennsylvania
President and Prince Will Vlalt.
Monday, Februsry 24 Short stop at Balti
more at 9 a. m. Arrival at Washington at
10:20 a. m. Military eacort from the Penn
sylvania railroad atatlon to th Whit
House snd thence to the German embassy.
The president will return the visit of th
prince at noon. Visit of the commissioners
of th District of Columbia and brief ad
dress of welcome. Visits of arahasxadors
and ministers. Visit t,o the capitol at 4
p. m. Dinner at the White House at S p. m.
After dinner the prince will return to New
York by special train on th Pennsylvania
railroad. Departure of the president and
his party for Jeraey City by the Penney!
vsn la railroad. ,.
Tuesday, February 25 Departure of the
prince and his suite and or the president
snd his psrty from -Jersey City for the
ehlpyarda of the Townsend-Downey Ship
building company, at Shooters' Island.
Launching of the yacht of the German em
peror at 10:30 a. m. Luncheon to th presi
dent on board Hohensollern at I p. m. Mili
tary eacort to receive the prince at the cus
tom houso wharf. Battery, where he will
land at 1:30 p. m., and proceed to the city
hall. Visit of the prince to the mayor of
New Tork and presentation of the freedom
of the city at city hall at 4 p. m. Dinner
of the mayor of New York at t p. m. Gala
Opera ai ine Metropolitan opera nouse
after the dinner.
Wednesday, Kebruary IR Luncheon with
repreaentatlves.of commerce and Industry
St 12:10 p. m. Slght-aeelng lit New Tork In
rorciuigni cpneen ai mt
irlnn club at g:XO n. m.
nunquet of press
nt tha United States at 8 D- m. Special
ferry to tne Pennsylvania ranroaa at u
o'clock, midnight, and Journey to Wean-
Ington. . .
Thursaay, r enruary zi-Arrivm ni ine
rlnca at Washington and escort te the
lerman emtmKBV. Memorial exercises to
president McKinley In the house of repre
sentatives, the prince and hia suite attend.
Ing. Visit in tne aiterpoon to atpum ve-
Friday, February J Visit to Annapolfs
In the forenoon. Luncheon at Annapolis at
11 noon, rare wen vusii ui m uriuue vu
the president. Dinner at the Germany em
bassy. Saturday, March 1 Departure of the
prince and hie eulte for his southern' and
western tour on speeial train. Journsy
oross the Alleghany mountains by Horse,
hn. curve on Pennsylvania railroad. Ston
pf ten minutes at Pittsburg and Columbus,
and of twenty minutes at Cincinnati. j
Will Make Tst mt the' Great Wel.
Sunday. March 2 Arrival at Chattanooga
it 1 a m., presentation of eouvenlr album
of view. Three hour and thirty minute
for a trip to Lookout mountain, iepartur
me Rt. Louis at 10:30 a. m. Slott of fifteen
minute at Nashville, ten minute at Louis
ville and twenty minutes ai inaianapoiia.
Monday, JMarco Arrival at i. M)un ai
I. m. Reception at Union atatlon. Pres
entation of an address. Carriage drive to
the Eads brldas and thence to tbe St. Louis
club, preaaraai at tne m. iouib ciuo.
After breakfaat drive through the West
End to Forest park, where the special train
i or v iiiuttgo
at 11 a. m. Arrival at Chicago at f :30 p. m.,
Union depot. Keccption vy im mayor, ine
German consul and a reception committee.
Drive from tne aepoi to ine Auaitorium
hotel, with military escort. Dinner at the
Auditorium noiet, given or ine aaaociaiea
reception committees at 7 p. in. A choral
festival at th First regiment armory by
musical aooletle at p. m. Grand ball tn
th Audltorlunv at 10:0 p. ra. Supper fol
lowing the ball.
Tuesnay, saaron visit. niacue or
Abraham Lincoln In Lincoln nark. - D.
partur for Milwaukee at p. m. Arrival
at Milwaukee at 4 p. m. , Reception by the
n.ayor at the atatlon. Military eacort to
the Exposition hall. Greeting by th United
Ringing ciuo. . Lrriv tnrougn in illumi
nated court of honor to the Hotel Pflster.
Dinner at th Hotel Pflster. If tim allow
aala. receDtion t tha German theater. De
parture from Milwaukee at 10 p, m. for
Bclsras Eaat froaa Chirac.
Wedneaday. March 6-Arrlval at Buffalo
at 1:1& p. m., central time. Stop of fifteen
minutes. Arrival at Niagara Falls at 1:4
. m., eastern time, view ui ins tails anq
enartur from Niagara Falls t p. m.
Stop of twenty-one minute at Rcchstr
at :IS p. m. Stop ot ten minutes at Syra
cuse at 10:25 p. m.
Thursday, jnarcn Arrival in oosion ai
10 a. m.. South Terminal station. Recep
tion by th mayor ana in uerman codiui.
Driv from the atatlon to the Somerset
hotel, under military eaoort. At 10:45 a, m.
th governor, mayor, president of Harvard
unlveraltv and otbera pay their respecta
at Somerset hotel. Short drive through the
city and atop ec tne Biaia nouae w reiurn
the visit of the governor. Visit to Shaw
memorial. Drive to the public library to
return the vlalt ef the mayor. Vlalt to
Cambridge, arriving at Memorial hall at
1:30 D. m. At 1.4 p. m. visit to the presl-
dent of the university.
The president will
accompany the prince to the faculty room.
At 2 p. m. luncneon in tne tacuiiy room,
At 1:46 p. m, visit to the
verallv. At 1:30 p. m.
Duuuings oi tne uni-
by the students of the Hsrvard union, with
hort speeches, lasting unui :o p. m. At
m. recepnun ut uciciiun ui mi itrr
man Museum association at the hon
Prof. Munsterbvrg. At t-30 p. m. leave
Cambridge. Arrival at Somerset hotel at
I p. m. At 7:30 p. m. dinner by the au
thorities of the city.
gee aaarls la Berkshire Hill.
Fries v. March 7 Depsrture from Boston
at t p. m. Arrival at Albany at 1:30 a. m.
Stop of twe houra. Reception at the sta
tion by tbe governor and mayor. Military
escort to the city hall, where the freedom
of the city and a souvenir will b presented.
Military escort irora ine cuy nan 10 ine
state capitol building.' Reception by the
governor, eenai ana Memoir, uepariur
or West Point at 10:10 a. m. Arrival at
West Point at 2 p. m. Visit of two hour.
Departure from West Point at 4 p. m.
Arrival at new xora Dy special terry rrom
Just so sure water dlsolvegBUgr, Just sosure will Kodol Dtspet
' tiA Cukb digest your food; It's on the same (eoertl principles. It con
tains tbe game elements as Nature's digestive fluids, so why wont It
tvet la exactly the same manner HwlU. It can't help it. That's why
It never falls to cure the worst cases of indigestion and dyspepsia where
other remedies have failed. A little KopotDTsreraiA Curb after meals
' willprevent that terrible distress and belchlDg so often experienced.
"For years 1 nought a remedy in vain until I tried Kodot, UYerzrsiA
' Ccbb. It bas no equal as a stomartt and dyspepsia remedy and I hare
tried all I could And. . M. C. Edwards, 1423-lOth Ave., Altoona, Fa."
It can't help but do you good
Prepared by E. g De Witt A Co., Chicago. The P. boUl contains 1H Uue th see, a!.
Vhen yousuffer fronritUioUbnea or ooestlpatlon. the fatuous little live?
pilla known as DoWltt'a Uttl EARLY IIISER9. Tbey never gripe.
Weehawken at 1:41 p. m. Dinner at the
I'nlveralty lnb at S p. m.
Haturday, March lay spent In rest and
recreation. Dinner of the Urotse Deutsche
Oesellschaft st 1 p. m.
Rundav, March Luncheon at the t'nl
vrrslty club et 1 Pi itn. Private dinner for
the prince. Visit to the New York Yacht
club at :SO p. m. "
Monday, March 0 Departure from New
Tork ly special frrry from Twenty-third
street at I a. m. Arrival at Broad afreet
atatlon, Philadelphia at 10:2 a. m. Re
ception at the station by the mayor of the
rlty and the German consul and visit to
the cltv hall, where the freedom of the
rlty will be presented. Vlalt to Cramp's
shipyard. Luncheon at the I'nlon le(fue
at 1:30 p. m. Ieparture for New York from
the Hroad street station at 1:30 p. m. Ar
rival at New York, by special ferry to
Twenty-lhlrd street, St . p. m. ,
Tuesday, March 11 Farewell visits and
Gaard Against Baal Weather.
NEW TORK, Feb. IT. As a safeguard
sgslnst heavy weather In th outer harbor
on th day that Prine Henry of Prussia
arrive her, th plan for formally welcom
ing him waa changed today. It waa de
cided to abandon th Idea ot having him
transfer down the bay from Kron
Prlns WIlhHm te the Imperial yacht
Hohensollsra, and Instead h will com to
Recreation pier, at the foot ot West Thirty
fourth street, on the liner.
Resr Admiral Evsns, commanding ths
special squadron now assembling, will
board Kron Prlns Wllhelm ss soon a It
arrives and after formally greeting Prince
Henry, will accompany him to the pier. As
the User passes th special squadron every
hip of th lattsr will Br .royal salute
ot twenty-one guns and, man side. Th
formal calls of th president' delegatea,
the officer of tee speeial squadron. Major
General Brooks, Admiral Barker , and the
mayor of New Tork will b made at ths
plsr. Th return call by Prince Henry de
pend upon the hour that Kron Prim
arrives. If time permit they will be mad
LONDON.. reb. 17. Tha officials at Mar
cont's office la London ssy the Llsard
waa ' In communication with Kron Prlns
Wllhelm, with Prince Henry of Prussia an
board, up" to 9 o'olock a- m. today, when
th steamer was about 140 miles west ot
th Lizard. .,..,. '
A powerful Marconi station at Mulllon,
Cornwall, was continuing to dispatch wire
less telegrams toward Kron Prlns Wll
helm, but the limit of the distance covered
will not be known until the ateamer's ar
rival on the other sd of the Atlantic, a
It wa not equipped with an apparatus
powerful enough to enable It to reply.
GERMAN ADMIRAL ON A VISIT
toast Vow Baadlsala Go Pkll.
' adelpbla tm Be Reletlve
PHILADELPHIA Fb! 17Rear Admiral
Count von Saudlasln, commander of Hohe-
gollern, cam to this city tonight for too
purpoa of visltiag relatives., He was
drives t-9 the from of Clarence Johason,
Where he waa th guest of honor at a din.
per, the event being a etrictly private one.
He will be entertained la an Informal man
ner tomorrow and In tbe evening a re
ception for Eofca will be given. About 230
tnvlUtlong bar teen issued and many
prominent Pblladelphlao . will meet the
German admiral. i r.r
NEW YORK. Feb. 17. The sis officer ot
tbe imperial yacht Hobentollern, who went
to Niagara Fall last weak, returned to
day. Four other officers will go Ho th
Fll tomorrow aad will return on Wednss
day. Owing to tha storm there were few
visitors to th yacht today. . . . .
DEWEY CAN'T MEET PRINCE
Peellae. Hellebea'e ;1nUatlo ' B.
' ( FewT tlealth1 of
' Mra. Dtetr, ,
'" ' J
PALM BEACH, Fie.. Feb. Ifcr-Admirgl
Deweir reoelved the following messag from
will vnu dine with ma at 7 t. m.. jreo-
ruary z, to have tne - nonor to met nie
royal nignne, rnm nenryr -
N . HOLLEBEN.
Oerman Imperial Ambassador,
Admiral Dewey replied!
T rearet axceedlnaly not to accept your
Invitation to dine and to have th honor
Of aaain meeilnff nis . rovai nignnees,
prince Henry of Prussia, but Mrs. Dewey
Is toe 111 for me to leave ner.
tS'gned) GKORGS DEWET. .
' Admiral of th Navy.
Ticket te nearly all point In th United
State n sal at alt ticket office et tb
Chicago Great Western railway on tbe first
and third Tuesday ot January and Febru
ary at tb low rat ot on tar plu $1.00
for tbe round trip. Oood to return In tl
day from date of sals. Tor detailed in
rormatawi address any Chicago Oreat Wast
era agent, or J. P. Blnver, ,k P. A., Chi-
csgo, 111. , -h - '... - ;
KLONDIKE PRICE FOR BANANAS
One Do) . Teller Casl
Major Uebea Ktarir Six Haa-
e Dellar. ' .
- j i : - "' ' . ,'
Major Uebea of Bt Omaha, who V
cam known all over Nebraska soms yr
ago whll xhtbltln'g ltr of phenomenal
alae, drew tstt from a' bsnk yesterday
aftarnooa and pUcad It 111 a sack, whjcb
ha carefully carried In his overcoat pocket
A short time afterward n bad a packsg
containing doseg baoasa and no sack
He esy he stopped at tb corner ef
SUtMntb gad Pouglas street and bought
a doxen bananas from an Italian peddler,
Having placed U bla money 1b th ack
bt drew u from, his packet, selected the
needed amount, laid tb sack pa tb cart,
picked up hi bansna .and walked away
Attar goigg about meek as say it sua
dsnly remembered leaving th toons aack
on th cart. Hastily returning he discov
ered another mas U charge of the cart, who
said bs kosw soloing about ;h sack of
Thn Major Llebea reported th matter
t th pollc and Vincent Lombard, who
was In charge of tb cart when Lleben
returned for hi lost sack, and Mrlano
Tsrresj. who sold tb banana. wr both
arrested and locked up. but oo trace of the
money ha been found.
Advance m nsstnesi nagar.
NEW TORK. Feb. 17. AH grade of r
fined sugar was advanced five point today.
Up Tells of Two Skins; An Outsido Skin or Govoring
and on Insido Skin or a Lining Skin.
do Feints Out Somo Diseases that Frequently Affect Those Tlssus
Qarmonts and Tolls lion thoy Hay bo Cured,
: It mm$m: :
tissues and tbe natural coveiina and llnlnc
Of th body. Th outside covering Is com
monly understood as the ekin while the
Inside lining is called mucous membrane.
"There's a skin without and a skin within,
A covering skin and a lining skin,
But the skin within Is the akin without,
Doubled Inwards and carried completely
"The palate,, nostril, the windpipe and
Are all of them lined with this Inner coat;
wnicn tnrougn every part is made to
Lungs, liver and bowels,' from end te end."
Regarding the Internal sklq a distingu
ished physiologist says:
Mucous membrane linea all thnaa tas-
aa-e by which Internal part communicate
wun in enenor,. ana oy wnicn eitner
matter are eliminated from the body or
foreign substsnres taken Into It namely,
the genlto-urlnary, respiratory and dl-
feetlve tracts.' The mucous tracts, and dlf
erent portions of each of them, present
certain etruoturai peculiarities, adapted
to the - functions each part has' to dis
charge, yet in some essential characters
the mucous membrane Is the same, from
Whatever part It is obtained."
ine mucous memnrane meets tne out
Side ' skin at , thu various orifices of the
body and the two taken together form a
continuous covering- of the tissues without
a eany or .break of continuity. . Ac .the
mucous Tilting folds upon itself In numer
ous places, presenting manifold wrinkle;
extends Into tubes, sinuses, arooves and
eavitle; la plaited and puckered In various
ways ana places; it real sue and extent
Is not apparent but it actually covers three
time the number of square Inches of area
as does the outside skin. ,
The -windings and intricacies of the
mucous membrane In llnrng the various
cavities. Sinuses, tubes and openings of the
head; passages and hollow of th throat
and respiratory organs; and th lnfinlt
variety of channel, sacs and pouche of
the pelvto organs, present a. complex.
Is a inrmtnt for underlylnr
nV7 FmF in n n n
8YPIUUS cbnCD IN tO TO 35 DAYS.
Qumrmntmod Owo ot Monuy Refunded,
II W 5 s
? I agar aa VMCONDITIOXAI. OCARAKTEB t eSeot a psrfaet aa
sarmaaeat ears (la all ease eeeepta lev traetaa ( oatals Sleod
foleua, waatker Pnniary, Saeoadarr ar Tertiary, aai iIti leaal araaraalaa la
. . Jf vrtUa to that (att.
v cure tk a.eraa raea
leUN TalTION.M.I. MarMtry aad potAaMa
It Matter SpeaisHst 7U ,r """""
Bt Clue ft Ka (urtt I J Srevsat eeeanoary
STrHltlS- " .""wi .iww wewp aetar ta pnetary eoss aaystop.
Btalike tgse.1 r treatskant dee net eoetata Injurteu. saadlerBea, bat Wars tbe Bat teal
.y,.-....,.---. la a kaaithf at caaoiUoa as bafer tinlrsrniis (a Ateeass. .
blood, th Seek, tha base aa th waste ssl are tleaaaea. Dill I Set aad IijUiiJ ta haalih
kaat BMpan aa la the da nee aad pleasures ef 11 7 , ,
STr BII.IS asCla peopte for buetntee er
wnie sa yoar aeaoiuoa nut aad 7 as
Uei of Fewer,
Organ, te Vtewav.
11 ladd Troe.
C'siUti fo- JSawriac. Established las.
Chartered bv ths Stat. Call or state ease by
mail, for rSCS UOME IKE ATM IE T.
Addra pft La CROIX,
IS treat Meek,' B1LWACKEC, til
flee Kl( t for aa aataral
irrltalloe a aloeratlooj
of aua aiTtieoo
relnl.ee. assTaot aaiUS
pal r pviaoavu.
ejed ty IkraujgaS
seat In phua wrappsa.
expiare, FnjtriL nf
. or I botttaa. b v
rata a aa stspsSs
f" j is I at t er
M J eeeeiMd aa
g M set e er.are.
r 1 rfeee CMteclaa.
ST.liut ttautCnta lei 0.
T -- 0t0MHUTLl" 1
V I.LI. w if-
problem for the student of anatomy.
Catarrh Is systemic disorder that finds
local expression In both the outside skin
and th Inald skin or mueou membrane
most ' frequently In the mucous mem
brane. - '
Where catarrh affect th ouald kin It
takes the form of ecxema, this disease con
stituting about one-third of all disease
of th ojside skin.
But It I upon the more delicate Internal
skin or mucous membrane, that catarrh
expends the most of Its force.
Aa catarrh In the form of eesema may be
local Ir.ed at most any point upon the out
side skin, so It may attack the Inside skin
or muoous membrane at any point. Head,
thorax, abdomen, or pelvis may be the
local seat or point of erpreseion of ca
tarrh. The local expression of this con
stitutional disease may be confined to the
muoous linings of the organ of the head.
Interfering with sight, hearing-, smell snd
taste. It may be tit the throat affecting
breathing, swallowing and speech, it may
be In the lung destroying their delicate
tlnsuea 'and preventing proper aaratloq of
the blood. It may expend its force on the
mucous llnlnc of .tha stomach op hotrels
deranging digestion v ar)d assimilation of
food. It may be in the kidneys or bladder,
preventing, er deranging their functions.
It may break out in th pelvto organs ef
the female and give rise to the womanly
weaknesses and .ailments known a
In all ot these separate locations, where
It nnus expression, catarrh may b called
a different and distinct name, but It Is
really the -same disease and the remed;
that will cure catarrh In one situation
cure al of theae separate local expressions
of It. It does pot reuuir on remedy for
catarrh of the nose (corysa) and another
to cure catarrh of the tubes leading to the
lungs (bronchitis) and Still another, remedy
for catarrhal dyspepsia (chronic gastritis)
or a separate remedy to pure leucorrhea
which Is a form of pelvic catarrh in
women. A remedy that will cure catarrh
anywhere Will cure catarrh everywhere.
Medicine that a child dislikes, will not do It much good. Sensible par."
ent will riv) the little darling rnediclna that taste good snd doeg good,
gnd don't grip or gripe; the kind hy like themselves.
wit elaeala btUt. W. br.o o W. him
- . r-W. A. ola.iOfcaalgea. t T.
'i!! akter eemslalno bo faslln
A half Cuctrtl tablet was (Weaker snd Is
thaa atlf-an hevr sht cot ap ss wall aa ea
vaacarei ar s houtehold BcMltr.''
: -Tkes. U. Most. KM.. Tnassa, Pa.
TH'. I!.'" J" aestlr trouble wttk -wernit,
bat srter rt.lss b.r s SW box of Cm
esreM. ihe Is ent rSlf 11 '"llrsTJesa vThllw.
Medicine forced An the Httle onei loses half It power. Nasty, glckenlng
medicine i an injustice to the dear little Innocents who can't protect them
Blves, makes them peevish and airatd of the dose. - When chiW hates the
medicine, it wiU not be effective. Children like Caacaretg Candy Cathartic,
i?,lr 'af ,1n4 r kePt hlthy always snd eaUy against thg damages of
ehijdhood'i allmenu. ,
- Beet far tha Bowels.'
Sum. 1 geaulBB
bnatat at aura I vaat yea vast. My tean ii nut
la M dare aad arodaea kaMer nnia la u e--- ta.
lodla Bill la aa rear- M yab try sty bji.waiaa raa
n a pareieiaa te prove t pos kat t ear la true.
syatpteau front bawla hi any ease eoeala U sty
plra. I ear ye at
win raestr la plaia savBlup p i-"mitfiln 1 ' knsiil
ar 'Tlili 1112 a Y
Fjeitbnnipnly are tiled. ,
sL.xfra care exercised in blending.
Cocoa shells and dirt are removed.
Iterations pot permitted.' . -st
ef most imprsved machinery,
tandard of merit-our watchwsrd.
findtess watchfulness Airing pmkAixt.
& A RED NOSE N
U CURED AT YOUR HOMI V
m 1 es paellTlr re re aaaa. raa
P" T ee sad biatebs, ptaeplr. al ekla.
I 4 1 Billir kat the aaoa. Oust-
S '(iMlUun IB peraas ar bp lM I
.a. 0 Umm aad etTtctir aoaadeaUal.
ft- MjDS n.OuvHLkl, DeraMClaat.
V M "" C- -
Stuart' Catarrh Tablets will , cur ca
tarrh anywhere and everywhere. They are
an Internal, Systemic, or .constitutional
antidote to catarrh and will reach jand
overcome It In one location aa well a
another. They cur one kind of catarrh
Just as Well a another end' are equally
applicable to catarrh In the outside skin
or ecsema; to catarrh of the nosa or
throat causing blowing, hawking and spit,
ting; for catarrh of the eustachian tubes
causing "head noises" end deafness; for
bronchitis, causing cough snd expectora
tion, gaatrlo catarrh, (catarrhal dyspepsia)
and for leucorrhea or the genital catarrh
of women. Theae diseases are all due to
the ssme constitutional cause, they are
all eured by the same systemic remedy.
A leading druggist! In Albany speaking
of crtarrb cures, says: "I have sold
various catarrh cures for years, but have
never sold any which gave such general
satisfaction as, tptaart s Catarrh Tablets.
They contain in a pleasant, concentrated
form all the best and latest catarrh
remedies, and catarrh e offerers who have
used douches, sprays and salves, have
been astonished at ' the quick relief and
permanent result obtained after a week'
use of Stuart' Catarrh Tablet."
Mrs. Jane Barlow, the famous modiste,
says: "I finally had te give up personsl
.iimmoii w mj cuHiomera ana in con-
sequence many of them went elsewhere,
wss In despair for sneniallata umJ
oweriess io neip
me. Stuart's Catarrh
Tablet cured m in Juat a little wrhlla so
completely that now I hear aa. well a
Mr. James W. Brown. x.v: "f mff.r
from catarrhal deafness for year and
pent nunnreo or dollars with specialists,
without relief. Stuart's Catarrh Tablets
completely cured my catarrh and today J.
can hear a well as I ever coild.
There are many remedies on th market
for catarrh but none are so cheap, so convenient,-
so safe, snd so certain 1 ss
Stuarts Catarrh Tablets, which may be
bought at any drug etore for B0 cents a
bos, and swallowed easily and privately.
Knows What's Best
."I shall never
lever be without CMearsts.
sIwst hwa whsn faive tti
a tsblet, ana ery for more. Tl
t suarea are
a portion of
are a partusnen plsr In m
Mrtuftnen. biftra In mt hnm '
-Mr. Jolia MtelilBfttt CH. In.
Mr. Jaas Ureeawoo. Ksaasha, Wis. '
"I slwsys keep Caaesrets la th ko for Ike
ehlMres at veils airulf."
-Mrs. Caa. Root, Urln St.. Clvalan4, O.
"far Bionth I have ate Oaaearats, aad sty
little onee reuuir ne other medicine."
Mr. Q, H UmmM4.ta-tKk UtL Mlnaeasella.
All druggist, toC.Mc, Joe. Vtw sol la
tablet stamped CCC Qua rant e4 to aura
r your money vaca. oample sad booklet Tree. Address
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago er New York. - tH
DR. McGREW (Age 53)
Dleeaae ts uiMrue .1 Only,
se VearB uaepeaee. la Year la
UaDIPfirri C cured by ' A ' treatment
fAnlUUiLLC which is th. quickest,
safest and must natural tbat bas yet been
discovered, No pain whatever.- no cutting
and does not Interfere wit wora or busi
ness. Treatment at office or at home and
a ermaneiit cur guaranteed.
Hot Springs Treatment tor 'Syphilis
And all BtooJ Diseases. No "BKliAKlNa
OUT"' on th akin or fac and all asternal
signs of tbe disease dlaapixar at once. A
treatment that, la more, euocesatul and far'
rnor aatiafaciory thaa th "old form" of
treatment and at Irs than iiALK Tim
COrJT. A cur that 1 guaranteed to b
rwrmenent fur life.
I1UCU Oft Anrtcaae cured of nervous
Ultfl eVUUUUdblUty, loss of vitality
anu wli unnatural syeaknasaea of m0.
Blrlotura. Us. I. Kidney and bladder lls
aaea, ilydruceie. cured Dsrmanaiitiy.
CUAHUUS LOW, t tllllLI'ATlUN I'HKIi.
Treatment by mtt. p. O. Box rbl
Office over ill . Ittb tret, between Ff
ram and Doug1 ah Sta.. OMAHA. NttB.
avMITB DO WE CUseer llielof.iiu crav-
iua tut uroui drink, ilia appeiHa fur alilch caaaul
tilel after uelua llile rrmr,
y. Olvca IB any lliuli
yiih ur vtihout k
nuelnut of Dalleot i tl f
bUcnutaA alvCuua!!, drutgu:, Itib aud lvl(t
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