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TITT3 OMAHA DATIT BEE: P avTTTTtD AY, MATtCII 8. 1002. '
BATES TAKES LAKE MI5D
texpCTT7 aJnrigTTMit ia Addition ts
CACASTHUR Lmr JO GO TO CHICAGO
DniTn Wll BVe Pa
nyk F seerom.
A tatcl from WmsMotmi states that
tra order issned 7wKriir br Uninunt
Cnwtl Miles directs Brigadier General i.
C Be-es. cwarmendlng the Department ef
the Mismrt a On. ta take temporary
sjomnaad ef the IVparttia-nt wf ti Lakes
Bt Chicago oa ale retir-meat of Ka'or Gen
Brai E. a. Otia,' oa Mark IS.
Tbis asslrnmeat is la sddi-ina ta General
tUfa present duty ai la snly temporary.
jpenarng the aiTrfg-ninent of a permanent
aommaader of The Daparuneat ef to Lakes.
Major General Mac-Arthur, .commaadlsg
lie Department of Colorado at Denver, ua
doabtedly wtir be frkoaferreif to the com-
xnnad of lie Drpartaacot af ths Lakes
Boob aa his sac-censor in snrsmsnd af Uw
Department otf Cororalo ia selected.
Whsa aeea aC baa resident a, UM Hosth
thirty-first street, last n:g!st. General Betes
MU that he bad heard aorhing of his as-
Wlrnment to the command at Chieago.
r"boB thews the dispatch Cram Washington,
Wrsrrr, be did not doabt tie authenticity
pf tbe rvport. 1
havs gag beam expecting aar ivk sr-Br.-
said tha general, "and tke aaslgn
tesent nam Bs'a surprise to me. I do aat
thin. Bow over, that I will have tho eon.
fcaaad af the. Pepartment of tke Lakea for
MT considerable length of time. My datl
, tB Chicago will tw in addition to my work at
Omaha and this city wiii rontigot to bo
ay permanent headquarters. I expect
General MacArihar will take command of
Eba Oepartasext. of the Lakea aa boob aa bis
tncceeeor aa die Departamit of Colon da
la selected. - -
I aa ander tka impression that Ceaeral
scansion will be given the command at
2aeer, af In that fot Geaeral Mae
iarfbar wm)4 b able to r ti Cbicaco
early la AprO. T talked vith OaeraJ
lmatna Tareatra aad be told aa that ha
woJd be ready for any daty at the explra
toa of hla trk leare oa April 11 aad ready
for duty ta. the raited Stales before that
CENTRAL LABOR UNION AFFAIRS
PewUesBeat'wItB) iklse-aa sleawrteel
tumm Eadeiwedl by Cearrai
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At the meeting of the Central Labor
Enioa last sight that body by nnaniTnmai
wota adopted the report of the committee
eta tha subject ef the matters under dis
cission betweea tha Baton aad the Knights
tof Ak-Sar-Ben. This report lac laded the
Bcreeasest aeea the committee aad tha
kjeard of goeeraars, aa previously published.
It waa decided to employ Lyale L Abbott
ta assist tha attorney general of tha stats
ta the case ot tha stats against Wladheim,
charred with Tiolatiag,Uio proriaioaa af the ,
Cosmlo labor law.
A T-irmwni'sntliTi waa received from Joha
kialtry and exhers of Sooth Oraaha, reqaest
tcg mdaBkera af tba anioa as aarckaaa stock
la a ca operative biewery ta be started at
Voath Omaha. The law committee, ta whoa
tt was referred, said that tha whole mat
ter rjaaSed aptc3ona aad tha Bteaaas
Colon waa request sd ts mTestigats the snat
Troubla ootweea tha Houlders n!oa aat
Xho Kimball foundry af Coaacll Bluffs waa
geferted ta taa arbitratloa ecrnimrrtea.
Tha Paintcsa' anion refused ta pay a bill
aaasssed s gainst It for work of tha arMtra
tioa eommirtee, claiming that tha work af
the committee waa aot aathotised br the
Boat oa. as organising a building trades
eocncll anal Beat to Omaha to learn how
the society la errranixed here.
A long dieenseioa as to tronbat be I aeea
Yrtts ' Wirth and "tha Theatrical Stage Em
ployes usioa followed a report adverse ta
the Baiaa br .the arbitration committee.
Tha committee was aot sustained and Wlrth
was requested to employ anioa
Bras also tha Park theater.
Tha Painters anioa waa ordered ta pay
tha bUl af the arbitration committee as
SITE FOR THE MARKET HOUSE
a"o on saints Xaaaael By Ceoeera. Cooa-
t , : aalee Iaa Mmm mm ctrstoaewa
' ta Lersta Piaa.
At ths Jo'nt meeting at tha gracem. tha
ommissioa mea aad tha sardeaara at
Omaha and Ccmacil Blaffa yesterday aftsr-
aoea a osmmlttee sf three from each
snaisatloa was. appointed to select a site
tor a market p.' are near tha old Tncatioa.
The awnes af eha property which had
jeea sonstdered sdvmaced ths prlra aa high
that it wan decided aot t eoasider this land,
but ta aelaet aaother la that neighborhood.
Mre. rails Falls Deed.
Vm SHn Pailee. who Ireed ea "Blneido
Street. Boer Twuv-firta etreet. drbi-oed
dead frt-na beart d-iease yeaterday after
Skmn at e I'ioriL' f-r bodv wsa taken to
Corr.tiT Braiey a eflSce. o niueet rj
TO STAND BEHIND GARNERS
llei Sea Bapiaa
kH n Plane
Tba eroupfw mt Otaaba. the eeaaaiSaaVia
of the city aad the aardeaera af the
TVintty held a etmfereaee at the Cam
the trarpoas ef cidia apoa a aeflntte
alaa of actVea la recard ta the aaarket I
bouae prepaeltloa. I
The aaeettad waa railed toawther at 1:10. I
with repreaeBtaclTea ef an araacaea pres
ent. The dlaraeatoa epeaed along the i'ae
ef the lecal aarhta af the partlea ta aaia- I
taia a ssarket hooae tedepeadeat of that
established by tba cHy. Members of the
CocnaiiBaloa Men's aseeclatlna pledged
themaelTea to ataad beblnd the aaJ deuei s
and ta meet aa expenses ad tltifatloa
which a-ay trow aat of their aetioa n eU-
but feoda apoa the whoteaale aaarket; ta
pay any flnea which may be aastaa a
aaainst them aad ta other 1 asset ta ta hold
theai tree froaa aay Ibxbtltty.
It was socjzastad that the aessrlBMoas I
aaite to employ aa atteraer aad ha awided I
by bin adTtea la the matter.' . The senti
ment waa ceaeral that aay plan which may
be derated ta avtrid the wee af the Capital
areaae market place should be adopted, as
both eommiasloa mea aad sateas alleged
that sweh market weald work ta the daad-
Taataaw of both aad increase tke
ef the market gardeners. -
A reeetatloa ta establish a wholesale
market la the TVinity af Howard aad
Kereath streets was adopted. kVeeral
sptioas oa suitable buildings .hare
The fonowlnc gentleoaea were appaiated
aa a committee ta locate aad establish, the
proposed wholesale market: Phil M errs a.
Charles Teaasjer aad Pater htocas. repre
senting Omaha gardraera; G. M, all!ngha.
J. T. Wilcox aad Joseph MePberaon. rep
reeentlnc tha Cavacil Bluffs gardeners; P.
Rocco, J. H finyder and Daeld Cole, repre
sentinc the commission mea. ssd C. L
Patter. William WUka aad Isador Sassmers,
r stir tea a tins; the grucers. This csmmlitee
in proeide space for an gardeners who
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waat ta aell at wholesale, bot aa retaDlat
wUl be allowed. I
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W. X. R. PVerch of Chiraajo, tor twenty I
years director ef the Chicaaw Art Lastltata. I
deUrered aa artist lea !Ty mnatratad tectare I
4 lmmt mwmmtmm n-fiAa 1mm I
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a us t Ires of the Tsung Mean Christ iaa as- I
sociatloa, this being tha sixth ta the ooares 1
eoadacted by that organ txallou. air. rxenca
responded ta aa larttatloa ta All aa " 1
expected ran U the eeurse. saaaed by the I
toabUlty of Dr. Heary Ta. Dyke ot New I
t. Mr. Preach dteromed tha -Wit aad
W led am of tha Crayaa. sarolemaBtlBg his
emertaialng aad lastructlva talk aa U
laws governing artistic esmposfTtaes by
rapid crayoa aketches, ubasi lug haw
closely analogoua are these rales to those
governing literary compositions. The aelee
Uoa ef a subject ta either esse came first,
thea tha frame work er skelotaav. of tha
argument, followed by the Illustrative faa-
turea aad the whele clothed with asnroort- I
ate rhetorical color. Hl-a rating tha com-
parts. Mr. rreA drew a the.
elathod tt with symmetrical muscular aat-1
lines, aad thea with aarmenta aad color J
aad auggeatiTs detstla, at tha saaaa time I
cleverly aating taa aaaJsgy tt-bars ta tha 1
rhetaiical sraneaai a. by which a llterarr I
eomrosttioB a eoaatracted. Ha said tha 1
chief featarea af art law- Miiirittas an I
vteeiaalfry (the domiaaat wMect er Idea). I
repetition, contrast. intsrehAagu. simpDctry. 1
Ha made a ran id coot ot
a Baintlac at Lake Cssa aad atse be
showed how tha rules governing these faa-
tares astered with Lhe caaapeaitiaa. accom-1
pas ring his work wit a rastd lllamlaatiaa
of his technical arouaws an taa abase af
sedotaa aad small talk, both clever
aad Instructive. Ths large aadieace ax-
pressed Its apprsclatioa by rings attention
aad much applause.. -.-
MARRY AT COUNCIL BLUFFS
leeag Bride aad Crowes frees saakta
Artracd f parsed stlrstlm ora Ae-
eeaat ef Twwtht aad Tears.
aged Xi. aad Catherine
Pritchard. aged It. both from Omaha.
married yesterday aft era oaa by Bee. George
Edward Walk at St. Paul" a Episcopal charch
rectory. Council Bluffs. Tha bride.
said aba was tha daughter ef James
Pritchard sf Omaha, did aot appear ta be
mock aver If, but tat answer ta- tha eues
tioas of tha clerk of tha district court when
Issuing tha license averred aha waa If, She
was aoeompaaied by a young man cl
ta ha her brother.
Tha young girl not saly attracted tha at-
teatioa af Clerk Baed by r saaaa at
youthful appearance, bat alas because of
tha fact that while tha license waa being
Issued aha freeneatly applied her handker
chief ta her eyea ta wiffa away tha tears
that would eeaaa. Tha groom aad tha glrTs
brother made tha round af tha see s pa per
offices, asking that ne mentiaa be aada af
ths tsanss ra at the tint nee or tha
Tha Omaha etty directory does set give
tha aama ot James A. Pritchard ar Cath
erine Pritchard. bat tt eeataias tha names
sf several Fred Milla
CooBpemltloBi of tba
e lil noti i ml latarest baa been nested
good newra, as ta tha osmpaaltloa
af Grape-Nata. tha pcpular Mod. Tt has
hang beea kaewa ta pkyatrlsas. rhamista
aad toad sxperts, that tha starchy portloa
af satire wheat fioor and barley a trans
formed lata a true aad very choice sugar
by tha act af mteatmal digeeUoa ta tha
aomaa body. Thia sugar a Idaatlcal with;
aad la known as grape sagax. aad tt a ta
aoadtUoa tor - tsLmadiata traaafiirasfliia
lata aieod aad tha aeceaaary stractars trosa
which tha del ire t a nerve centers are bsult
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. A teed expert at tha Psstiim Cereal Cat.
Lid-. BetUe Creek. Mick, fallowed a Una
of experiments saiH he produced, the toad
called Grape-Nata. ef which grape sugar
forma tha principal part, and it Is
dared by following out Nature s pr
ta a mechanical way. That at, hunt.
are aad una are tha methods asapieyed
by srrser'ln tacts gained la
Grape-Slirta are prnbably satiilad ta tha
claim ta be tha aaast perfectly-, adapted
toad tor hamaa needs new ea&eaf.
Certain at ta that tha Beer's delight at tha
aver and the peifatt actioa af Intestinal
digosuesi daring the nee ef Graps-'aia ta
sat mfylac. and tha added a7Magnh ef body
Jflfj FAR APART
Efart to Orrmain 3r Farty u OmaLa
Fiorea rixnud failim.
N3J LlOUGH CSCCHTL'15 1U flit
taeaw LaJvwt Oraaerteal TeJewta,
hwt Denat Treeeai Kafwtta
viewed froea the etaadponai of tba ad-
nmom (nard of the National Allied party,
VBa tmn Manwart ta anew Xe-
braakaaa eometbins; new ta poiltlra. the
mmmtiMg at Washiaa-toa kail last Biht left
macm ta be hoped for. As a meeting it waa
, sacceeo. It waa lop-alded. betes;
beary aa the side of sociallaaa. The at-
teadaare waa ecaat. The aadlenca aomebew
juj t seeai to be earai porta with the speak -
There was aot a "raaad af arplaoae.-
. f mthostasm.-' wot a "spell-
b - 4 hash.- sad If there waa aay -happy
spontaneity" loaUnc about the hail tt waa
aot Tlaible ta the naked rye. Ia abort, the
shot that was flred at Washing-tee hail last
sight wlB aot be heard areoad the block.
It waa gtrea out that Dr. James K. Cham
bers ef St. Loots and J. H- Coek ef Carth
aaw. Mol. womM orgaaiaa the pol'.tlcany dis
aacisfted alemeata of Omaha, lata a bocoe
feneewa party, which waa ta form the
Bucleue at the atate eraantaatlna. bat It
the periphery af the party tsat mora tang
ible thaa the aadena there won't be enough
substance ta It ta Jolt the wheels ef the
old party haadwacoaa. The two acltator
left Omaha withnwt attemptiaa; ta form any
argaaisatlaa. Whem selaateers were called
far ta take ap the work where they left
oS fast twa mea stood up. aad oaa ef thea
sat aoera immediately aad looked ashamed.
This leaves Just oaa allied partylat ia
Omaha. He refased ta f4a Bia aama.
Details) od taw BVewwtt.
The rail tor volunteers waa made by Dr.
A. rf. um vuu um mm :amw i
mu ef tbe meetisc TThea it was aeea that
J. Cook of Omaha, wha acted as chair
the call did mot aaeet with enthwaiastle
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Mim . - r 1
-AH who are ia faror af the tatriaUTa
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mle awaWa -TaubiW -tl"lL wCH I
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waa the signal for a erase-are er
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ft tht Mt M ud a. burst I
15k- - . --V
Heretofore aa amiaoos calm had nerraded
w ul tbJM Kbout ay. B
faa T UilM aUl U attaasTtsa II twfUT T.T
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uik I wile nci. wwi uicu I
"Ta a repwdiatioaist:- screamed a treble
voice above tha Babel of tongues.
Ta aot a reformer! Ta a revolaUoaisU1
Jaaoa Lewis smTi rWisk ta resarieit pep-
alism by sheer farce of tnag. while P. J.
M!amt . T .., ,h ",J
Porgaa laaaad sgilnat a past aad shouted
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tor tha referendum. J. W. Lagaa wanted
km IMII lall 11 W LUXMBaaa, urfsw aXCTreuxuiaB. U. I
Cook vociferated. -Socialism is an Iridescent
the inlllsXrre wUheat tha ref erenduia. Dr.
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I Thea. apparently awed ny tha sudden 1
I buh. ha ceased speaking, and aat down. I
I Um 0orX A. Baird. secretary sf ths
I oc'aXlst party sf tha stats. At tha head
jot ten followers, who had beea hniillTit
a meeting down town, he had drooped ta ta
I w5t W(?rw "d theaee-
mrta ne ana nia eoaungeat dominated
I the meeting. There were ealy eixhteen
I thra, so this waa aot a difficult teat.
Others took up tha theme where he left
off, and tbe socialistic prorata art a waa
ths boom, when ths twa Allies held nn
their hands and aaBooacad that ther had ta
catch a train for Lincoln.
Messrs. Chambers and Cook, during the
early stages sf tha meeting, devoted thetr
remarks ta municipal aad government own
ership af public atlEtiea, and ta tha Initia
tive aad referendum hobbies. They advo
cated tha holding of -Utchea eoaveattons,
home schools tor ths study sf this -com
as they called fx.
Bow t ew iwi
Scientific lavestigitioa has preeea that i
petroleum is far superior ta coal for fuel. !
so that we aaad aot worry should tha eoal
rtxpply give out. Ia nearly all sf narurs'i
products wa find that
tertal banwmia scares aaother la discovered '
ta take its place. There fat oaa exception.
however, and that ta Hoaueaar's Stomach
Bitters. It ht nature's awn remedy far
dyspepeia, mdigwstloa. eanstipatiaa sad
amlarts, lever aad ague. Don't fail
MUST CLEAN THEIR
rrwltew WlU ertn K
Tha proprietors er keepers sf cheap
lodging houses bare beea ordered ta da
ap their places at eace. Par aama time
ths plan af mailing a careful Istost miins
ef all tha tea. fifteen aad twwnty-fivw-caat
lodging hooaoa, aad havmg tha cleaned tor
tha prevention af disease haa been conxena-
Blaiad. Tastarday aftaraooa Pallca CdBesrs
Biaom and Inda wars aetaHad ta auk
Tha officers vis tied I
La eery tow rssss did Ufcey find ins '
fit for tha habi ration ef human be lags.
Many af them werv shanlntaly filthy. Ia
they will rwoamznend ordering Us
I keeper ta bnra tha bed i-g aad awat
everything alaa tn tha house. In some af
tha rooms mea da their rook lac sating
and aleeplag aad these were especially
I filthy. Buckets tail ef garbage that had
evidently stood la ths rooms aad hallways
aha were found aad ordered be tied
away. Mea sf all deecrtptioad and wit boat
i regard ts rleaal'aeea er si saaaa are aUewad
ta room at moat ef thess places.
The officers w&l reatiase tha tavestigatioa
they have visited every chaea lodging
tha city aad farced tha keepers
Net king as thoroaghJy removes listtsai
tram tha system aa Prickly
It gives life aad actioa ta
kidnays ta properly r'esase tha blood, glees I
'.owe ta tha stem aca. purifies tha bowels
aad prompt aa good appetite, vigor and I
Mrs. Jane Parmeiey. who lives la taa Old 1
Ladles amne. Twoetysiitn and Ouaaiaa I
streets, wne trsejs lougiaa street at
bistcentn yesteroaf arternoja at I at I
e noca. waa koo acd Sown by a boggy
I dnvea by two women, doe roraved a
bow ea bar f urebaed and a erraia tn see I
kcft tier mJunM erere rexieva; by Ur. &
M- rifley and aba waa ansa aa g hwQa U a
BIG COLCNIZATlCn PROJECT
PTaaa foe tba neat exleaetTa ainaiat
ta railroaJiBa; aad acrVraltnra laaaktiiad
ever aaamini a la tke vera diacluaid
yeanrday by C J. WertbeTm Maenoa. eaa-
Bdeatiai xnt of Ja-ob ScaiS of Sew Tark
City, aad aaatcaed by thJt laanata ba Caiea
Partite headaaarters here aa special attache
ta Mamaer MeAllaarter of the Umioa PaciSe
Laad cenpaay. htr. SVhil la a awber ef
tke firm af KohB, Leb at Ca. af Nre York
aad ia a very Urea balder ad Caiea FartSe
etorka. The trm traaaacta ail auatseaa for
the BarriaaaB taitereata. Aa a eoafideatiaJ
represeatatrra of Mr. Sch4JT, therefore. Mr.
Solaossoa know arhereof he epeaka. Ha
arrrred la a special ear yesterday Bteraisc
froai the vest, aad arheB appraacaed at haj
-There la a east prepaoitlBa ea foot,
akich hrrolTwa ant oaJy the hOdia af
aaca aaar railroad fey the Caiea PadSa
syatea. bat which bhm alo the eaa
ajBaaatiaa ef a (raat acheeae af trrtcaUa
-rtrst af all the plaa Is ta add SSO.mo.
0O to the Caioa PaclSe stack ith which
ta defray expeaeea ef aaw railroad bvUdlac
aa ail parts ef the ayatasa. This aaoaey
win eoiaa from New Turk latereats. wlU
whom aamlatloBa are bv praresalas.
-ParaDel ta this ptem la aaother la which
the Caioa Paclflc Is Bat acttrely tntarested.
hot which will be ef east asoaient ta the
railroad. Mr. Ad&eea C. Taomaa at the
Aaaociated Praaa at Chicaaw haa aacrod
tram the Caioa Pacifie Laad eoapaay the
aotlom oa l0,0Ot acrse af laad ta WyeaalB
which he iBteada ta trrlaalw aad ceeate to
ta raialsa- af anaar beeca. Ea wtil ketaaj
JOS Dutch temClea tract. Eanaad Par aettle-
aaaat here, together wtth Irrtaatlaa a
aerta. This wi3 be the aeclens for tba
-Thea the CaVoa Paclfle win bond rail-
roada tato thia terrttory. Aa plaaaed bow.
oaa llae win extra d treaa Greea RItct.
wyac. ea the preaent toalB-Bje. aorth a
distance, thea north aad west ta PweateliB,
T . mym
aoiat. bat ma eaatward aad aorta -earn ta-
lana ,,'. 7 Z
wni be aerred with railroad, aa tt Ilea aleaa
the pre.t -i. 11b. -th. Caioa
Paciae U the aeathcra part of wyomins-
-There are ether bi daala oa foot, bat
aethlns is ripe far pubilcatioa yet. Mr.
Wmmka mmm m. TMT te Mftl tU.S WOJTK XB.
Ths building af tha railroad wUl bo eoadi-
estabitsbmrat af the big
beet sugar casony.
Tet oalr preeew. mrt
tha Caioa Paelae a going ngnt aaeaa snta
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the year aad tha railroads will follow aa.
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PRflTFCTlO?! FOR F REM EN
Mayor Moares la at tha bead of B
aaenz to erxmaiae a fireman s rener
tloa staUar ta tha PoUce Kelmf aasocla
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ttoVJ m Ii rrt-a bnt-a
r tor soma tiaae, waa gives freak fcnpetas
Tharnday by tha Eha asnfflng a g caeca
ta Chief Salter, ia acknawleugmant at tha
departaenf a aervfcea dariag taa
-When Baden was at tha head ot tae are
i lisi I aawnt.- Bald htBSlST-' KosgWS, Ta II-
ways dlscoaragsd thai idea, sC taa
barmlna sack aa ssaei lanoa. aat aow u
ks a out at tha way rar gotng ta aaasait
with Oty Attorney caaaeu aa sea a
caat make soma sjTnngnaaeata ta have it
lacm aerated right away.
aeat dtlxeaa kava volunteered ta eontriHute
to tha tnad. One has sSered ta start It as
with a eeauibutloa sf SjOs.
-Ths asssHstlna vfll bo for
I similar to that of tha Polica Belief asaaela-
tion. When aa Omaha policeman dies his
I aiilee gtti TT'IHI frnm TTis aasorlstlna fiinila
bat the firemen, who certainly ataad ta as
I urgent need of it. hare ao such protectioe.
few the aTetea.
There Is as better medicine made far
babies than Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy.
Its pleasant taste aad prompt aad affactaal
cures soaks it a favorite with ths mothers
of small children. It suickiy cares their
coughs aad salda. preventing pneumonia ar
other serious con uses res. It aot only
cures croup, bat when glaa aa assa as tha
rroupy cough appears will prevent taa at
tack. Chamberlain's Cough Bemedy con
tains aa opium or narcotic in aay form,
and may bo givea as eoafldeaUy ta a baby
as ta- aa adult. It always euros.
ATTE1IPT HEAVY STEALING
Tkiee Mam wrltht a
Employ as af the T hi a set OU werka ta-
tempted an executive sessioa of a trio sf
thieves Thursday and saved ths firm of
Hanns Merriam at Seveateesxh aad Kich-
alaa streets tram hoeing soma large trea
glrdera. Tha men drove p ta where ths
tree was piled and twa ef thea. sfighfiBg
from ths wagon, placed oaa large ace ta
wagon aad were preparing ta laad
iad- Tha emsleves ef ths sll works
I fsea tha sJarm aad tha man la ths wagaa
whipped ap tha mules aad strack as at a
I t ea gait. Tha ether twa mea ran ta
spposita dirwrcioB. Tha polios
. a daati lpOea ef tha driver was fur-
coughing. Stop it it
once, befcrs it gets
the start of yoa. Stop
it with Aycr's Cherry
Thoias rtswe as Eetsslisak hto
Be aw laesetry ta
Imhi I. rode Btevemewt
WILL BUILD AN ICE FACTOR!
TiUlaja C Goat Baja Eii Comjuj Vi3
Cscitruct FiAak Htb.
am rcn B'jildjng aiheady rjRCHAsto
sxeasrsew o Cwaspur t r-mm laea-eea.
lasj DtsTswewt lew xtaetofsterartaa;
Plaata wtt. Tlew mt
eldtea aea POaaie.
Omaha a ta have aa lea factory this
aoBordiag ta tha statement ef WU-
C Gees, aad tha atSoo ef proaable
mers a ta have aa mffoeace apoa tha
openiag of the establishment- This state-
,rmt was made la reference ta a report
pubtahed ia Ths Bas ta tha effect that the
piauaatd lew factory which waa to have
aad by tha Omaha Cold Worage
apaay had been abaadoaed tor ths pres
t aa a result ef tha failure af tha rests a-
raat snem ta smke taa desires eoacrscxs ur
a. . .
-The impressioa taayed by that artf-
ele,- said Mr. Goes, -was that bo ptaat
would be established, when fx should have
beea ceafiaed ta the probable actioa of the
cold storage eoapaay. The aaaociaiioa
with which I aa connected la going ahead
with tts work aad by July 1 we expect ta
ha ir-n-g lea la Omaha. Ws have already
purchased tha grewad apoa which tba plant
a ts be constructed. A member af ear
bssocIaUob a bow la tha east looking over
plants ta epemttoa ta order ta decide apoa
tba style ef plant wa waat. He wlU ta
spsct many of tha plaata la tha larger
citlea of the country aad we win Tray ths
ana which seems best rotted ta tha reuuiia
sseots of tha community. Tha. plant wUl
be ef modera design aad wUl ksve racflltlea
tor the maaufacture ef ths beat quality ef
lea at tha lowest cost
CowawJttaa: Eagiaerr Easrasred.
"Eugene T. Skiakia at Chicago, a recog
alsed as thortty apoa ths subject af Ice
maaBfactare. haa beea eagaged as eoasnlt-
tsg engineer aad will becia work apoa ths
geaeral plans for tha bull die g. It will a
be awaalblo for aim ta complete the plans
until wa havw decided upon the system
which ws wUl adopt, but he win prepars
tha geaeral design ef the building, the vat
room aad other things common ta all af tha
systems wa are uooa idering.
-Our company has beea perfected, tha
articles ot aasrx 1st ion are drawn np and
wlU be filed as aooa aa certain prelim
inaries bars beea arranged. The sits re
cently purchased a aa one line af road aad
wa hare a promise that aaother Una will be
eoaatracted ta tha giwend, so that wa win
have facilities tor shipping all at the
product which caaaot be sold ia this city.'
SCHOOLMASTERS' CLUB MEETS
Seveateewthi (eaiss Debates TLeaarth
mt Cawewa lav Hlgnt Schawl
Tha seventeenth meeting at ths Tfebraakn
School at am club waa held last Bight
at the Millard hotel. Those present at tha
m seeing oere. K. J. Bodwell ef Omaha.
W. A. Clark ef Peru. J. W. Crabtree ot Ui-
cola, K. W. Dana at Uacola, W. K. Fow
ler, stats superintendent af school a; W. H.
Gardner of Auburn. C EL Gordon of Lin
coln, O. A. Gregory sf Crete,
Hill of Lincoln. D. H. Kerr of BeUeene. X
T. lass sf IJarolB. C G. Pearsa ef
D. B. Parry af Crete and A. H.
at Omaha. -
Tha principal disc vatna of tbe- evening.
whirn fallowed the banquet ar a'dock.
tha subject ef -Length sf
Courses la High School aad College," apoa
which subject D. B. Parry presented a pa-
and W. A. Clark led tha discussion.
Previoua ta tha banquet a
mg waa held.
Ths Coenmerrial dub Is ivinwaiir.g the
pajiorn and balla af Us room ta the Board
ot Trade ounaing
Anton Puison, who blew oat the gas at
the Ptnte houil wodneeday tight, la
eonsudered out of duger.
P. C Heafey caws a dinner nt the HB'
ahaw Wedneeda.y ulna ia honor of
Judges Otiihsm. Pound and Barnes sf
The ETs and Hand crub will meet at
o'clock Saturday evening at Trinity emtio.
araJ u elect ocicers and eoiuaaer pron
The Knights of Coram Otis will meet on
the afternoon of March it, at theor nal.
and tn tbe evening wul give a banquet at
ui nuuara Boret. Tnree Bundred are ex
pected to be preaent.
Miaa Anna McCaan, aawd yean, died
at the home ef ber parents, is Oaa etreet.
at I Thursday Bight ef eocsumpuon. Ar-
nusgementa lor the ruDerai have aot beea
dlmeda Christlrin Anderson alleges la her
pracoa filed in district court mat she is
tha beaefinary named aa Mary Anderson
tn tha crrufieaxe beid by Chaj-iea Anderson,
wha died mat July, aad aba demands that
tba Modern Woodmen ef America pay ber
the C't benefit- Ebe says that she ia An
derson a only slater aad that there waa aa
error ia mas lag out toe papere.
TU Headernon rocarned Thursday morning
from a pawning of the tate Board of
Horticulture at Lincoln. Tbe bear da
doed to hold Its next summer meeting at
Tecumeeh. July SZ-2L Tba matter of ar
ranging a display for tue St. Lula fair
usead, tnougil no aefinite acoon
en. anoua nnda of
sent ta tba experuaeaxal station ts be
planted this spring.
Anton Martlnek was sentenced to the
county Jail for sevenry-ftvo. days Thursday
afternoon by Judge Beraa for assaulting
bis stepson. Fred cusses, on the evening of
Fetiruary a. Tha faauiy reside In OxDeon
and Marrines: came ta Omaha, got a quan
tity ef liquor aboard and wnt borne. Ar
riving tbero be - coaciiided to maka the
famLiy ieee aumarotia and began a ght
w:ta his stepeoa. Imrlcg the aJtercauon
Marrines: graoeed a large auger and struck
PALI ID TtiLvBAGK?
a tbuai. monmx Trail aoaurt eaiciTitrr Krowarr rraa wkwt j
MLrTTEi.T l,tal Tw ITUT HCADCin
KffDJTET. LTtKBt. BVLAOOCR ILaon
usvx nota nun as rrciiu.i
IT IS YOUR
ratnupi er trn ad atti
KttW TT rwTTTu TT IS T TLA TTS.
THIS SIMPLE TEST WILL TELL:
Put some nwa-alna- nritta to. a elaea or berrlet het at stessl asr s lists fear BsMiw.
If tbew It te Bulky er ckrajy or eraLauss a r-SSn srv-a-ddsa m dim
ttr)e er ene ttosut abnot ta a. yeoa kMarvs are ftiimt. Tbas
asonmt !w vos ehouid ees-'a to taa-e W areera ts Cure Be trrM al naeee
satwsJ ooodiUAfia. for tney are tba ungate rasa He rrapwas mt h.1 Ian f Smvm is,
after yea have nuts this teet. yoa havo any awet la yosur ailed aa ae fxw an
mrat ef the dtmejw In ymntr STstera. send ae a esnre e year urtne. aad oaa dec
wlJ analyae tt aad aead rue a report with advtce, trie,
Warner's Safe Cure
lr. Leo Toget. 113 Pratt Are, Rerwrs Park. 111-ij-s:
I nresrriae WAJLNXB. S BATE CUBJB aad
nad It cvrea an cases sf kidney aad bladder Uoablea
and alas female weak mmm . It induces Bleep and
senQy yet vigorously drives the disease out of tba
system, than restertEg health Quickly and permanently."
bfiaa Mary Rosark. U Thomas Atbl.
Teen.. Tice-President of tbe Women's Tieaajiia.
writes: "WAEMR j S.VTE CTTB-S has eared ana
of rbeumatiam which cum from nrio add Botson.
have had no rbcmnaOe oaina atnes t nook
yni'S SAPTS CT-P.TT -
Mr. Ooraw Deeonm. 154 nrth 8t CJadonaa Ohio.
Major sf the Cnristlaa Tolunteers. ears;
gravel aad Inflammation of ta a urinary
raiiai t by exposare ia eondnctine; emdoer
I found as relief until I took WAHXEH. S
CTTRE. It haa abeolutely cured me. May
you tor sr-ncsng aucb relief to S"..ertr.g humanity. '
Are you tired Low-epir;ted Weak and flahtoy?
Have yon a ronstaat drubtMDg ate In tba email of
your DOcBT Have yon tiu.j! ea-aidir.g aca nata
wba yea nrlnateT A treqaerjt deeira to urinsto
Are yoa troubled with a.eepieeanees Kara yo
header be T la
your appetite bad? Do you
food doe Bot Bourifrb your body aad make your
biood rich and red Have you a bsvd taste in your
mouth ta toe momfag? If you have any of tbeeo
rrmtsms yor kid."- s ha-re heen duaeaaed
cme. lor Kidney aleeaeea seldom put out
torn until they have been wnrttlng several
and the tissues have been eaten away with,
eaee. ina nave every reawiii to De atarmeo. and -
you should take Warner a Safe Cure at enca. Too wlU find fall ffliottii'wo with earn
bottle. Warner's SaTo Cure is rrinranTeed
Brtaat'a diseaan. d.aiietea. uric atJd polsoa. tr.flamroa.tlcn ef the fcladcr. rleiiusoj
gout, liver complaint, female wea Mtieaa and irregular periods viamaa wiiakties aod
irregular periods are caused bv kidney disease neariected t. too froqoeot desire to
urinaxe. gravel, stonea In tbe b!aider. biond
these dlseasee originate tn the kidaeva. If
that they could pec-firm ter wrk prorerlv. there wwoid be nooe of taeaa oora
piainta. WARSEBfa MFE Cl RK is purely vegvraMe and eonrairrs no harmful
drugs: tt dnea not eonotipate; tt ta now put up in two regular antes and Is sold by aJ
druggists, or direct, at
50 Cents and
Eef--je substittites. There Is acme -iuot
genuine w arner a Bare Cure, which aiwnya
which injure trie srstem.
TRIAL BOTTLE FREE
Tf eorrrtnre ererv sufferer from diseases of tba kidney, Bver. bladder and blood
tbat Warner s Safe Cure wt;i cure them a
to any one who will write inrri bale t"ure to., ttocaoetev. j. mm smo
having seen this liberal offer in The Cmana Morning Bee. Tha gerauineceaa of thia
olT-r is ftiiiv ruaracteed bv the publisher. Our doctor wlU send medical booklet, eon-
t-ing armptonaa and treatment ot eaca
tree, to any one woo wxu write.
with a weak, lame, tired,
ia at Btracn besty than ether
white fl oaring aospf as they
are better than laaairjr
acouririj rarroenrj ; fisr artah
irg woolmt, flannrla, col
ored (oecli, lacea, enihroie!.
erica, as wr2 aa tat dte batk
ascl taCet, it i wrJuMit aa
Why not jrre joax groter
trial order f
Why not gfve, the order
a trial i
Tag CeneHT Pacrtaas Co,
THS B WAKT AM
raoDCcz bLesults. J
BaAaaiaA.y rni ar
or THB5 mraa ilritai PW-
rISKAB, WHAT l COSaOllI
bwHwt dkkjtlspi axtj rj err
for a king
to cure aay trtrm of kidney treaba
diaease. iFtdlaeaiirn SJtd beedarnea. i'i
tbe kidneys were healthy and strong so
SI.OO a Bottle.
Ceat a Peoe.
Tret let en fhw
aHitietitutra cnmiala harntfat drugs
trial bottie will be sent aaeoimely rroe
oiaeaae, ana many oYaioii in ens is.
of those unfortunate people
aching back, it is time yoa
were finding out about Omega OiL
Go ahead and try it, anyhow. Once
in a while Omega Oil fails to cure
a very bad case of long standing,
but there never was a
case where it failed to
give great relief. Be
fair about it, and give
the Oil a chance. Have
tout back rubbed with
it every night for a
week or two. While yo
are using the Oil, be care
ful not to strain the back,
and if you can you
should not do any hard
work. The rubbing
should be kept up about
ten minutes or more
each time Omega Oil
is applied. A bad back
needs more rubbing and
longer treatment than a
mild case, and you must be pa
tient. Weak back is sometimes
very stubborn, but Omega Oil
will be found to work wonder,
if constantly used. New cases
are much easier to cure. ra
Some other time
isn't any time at all
Tea win aot
oa t roasa yoerosif aow yen will
probably in 'ana ta pat np with tha '
aama tnonaweaiaaoaa tor tha aext six
Le they keep year of3e ciaaaT
Tsar windows? The ' halm? Tha
elevator? Is tha build trig a firs trap?
Have they an alawatar that roaa aar a
an hear ea week days aad ae at all
nights er so Saaday? Is yessr scabs
hot in summer aad sold ta winter?
Any other troubles?
The ears tor all these Cli la an
The Bee Building.
R. C PETERS 4 CO., Grtmsvl
Banta! A&cnta. Florar
Ecstestiiis a tnai isn
' mm tkuaul t 1d ll3
Vw' "if ;- siw'"i--.l-I
V -fr "usi e iji. in i a.
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