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THE OMAnA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, MA11CII 2! 1002.
WE CAN ALWAYS FIND JUST WHAT WE WANT AT HAYDENS.
MAIL ORDcKS ULLi'I).
You have such a variety (o select from. It is a pleasure to trade where assortments aro so varied and stocks so largo."
MAIL OKDKKs rlLLtO.
Hundreds of Mine vavh day ilistti initiating buyers aic beard at Hayden's, expressing these and similar remarks. Thev contain tbe secret of Hayden'g sueecss. Tremendous quantities of goods in all lines, bought direet from the
leading manufacturers of the world, for spot cash embracing ALL that is new. st.vlish, dainty and desirable from the lowest price reliable merchandise, to the extreme! and costliest creations of fashion. Hayden's can suit all
tastes. (Sigantic spot cash buying has another advantage that of "LETTING DOWN THE 1MIICES." Hee the marvelous offerings in men's, women's and children's Easter wearing apparel Shoes and Furnishings. Additional
people to wait on you in every department during HATUHDAY'H EXTItA (SPECIAL EASTER (SALES. Agents for the Ituttorick Patterns and Publication. Attend the great sale on Pianos. PE SUHE AND OET YOUR
COUPONS WITH EVEUY PURCHASE IN HAYDEN'S GRAND FREE GIFT DISTRIRUTION.
Ballantyne, Sugarman & Horse Go. Stock of
Women1 s Fine Suits, Skirts, Waists, Wrappers
Bought by our New York buyer at 50c on the dollar. Sixth day of the big: sale. Ask
any of your acquaintance! of the bargain that are being offered In our Cloak depart
ment from thla tock. Tbey are. without doubt, tbe genuine, real, up-to-date bar
galna known only to Hayrien Pros.
$75,000.00 STOCK OF WOMEN'S READT-TO-WEAIt GARMENTS as many as all
the other Omaha store combined. Women like large stocks to select from and that is
why we always hare plenty of goods on hand all tbe time. A few of tbe many bar
gain for Saturday:
SECTION 1-A lot of suits in double- I
treastcd Ftons. Minale-hreaRtpri fttnn
Boleros and blouse, all new materials
net nrw Fiyiey. ana sola vy tt., B. 6c M.
LOT 2 2(5 women's Suits, In all styles. In
"tk. lennian ann nntrivpuns, ana a
All New Spring Styles.
tOT 1 About J") Skirts, in women's and
mlses, trimmed with patln band, sev.
eral rows of stitching, B.. 8. &
M. Co. prlf H.no. for each
few hroacloths; sold by 1)., 8. & M. Co. i LOT i 90 Skirts, in " styles', 'gray, brown
for 118.60: Hardens' sale in Aft
LOT 37R women's Suits, In all t lie new
up-to-date styles, elaborately trimmed,
beautiful styles, all up to date; B., 8. A
M. price tJ."; ltaydena' sale iM Qf
LOT 4200 Suits, a great many "lined 'with
very beat quality silk taffeta and with
drop skirt made in all the new styles,
end solrl by U., 8. & M. Co. for Ort An
$.15. Ilnydrns' sale price only.. GUiUU
LOT 8 2i Suits, the extreme styles, a
great many marked and sold by R, 8.
a. to. up 10 sm.w; i-iayaen s
and Oxford, in all styles, with deep
nounce ana several rows ot stitcning, rv ,
S. & M. Co. price $6.00, 2 98
IX)T 'iw"Pres ' Skirts' "and" 'Uklny Day
Skirts, elaborately trimmed with braid
and stitching, garments that sold by H .
IJOT 4 2u misses' Skirts from th B , H.
M. Co. stocky
worth double, at tl. tl.M and
Skirts from the Ft., 8. & M. Co. stock at
less than the cost of the materials
at 16.00, ta.00 and
Extra Good Things From This Magnificent Stock for
All the Hllk Waists that B.. S. A. M. Co.
All the Bilk Waists that B., 13. & O OO
M. Co. sold for (.00 at (9 0
All the Taffeta Walets, In all colors and
black, that B., 8. & M. Co. sold 0 AO
for 18.00. for Ui JO
275 Taffeta. WalMs, In several dlfterent
styles; H, S. M. Co. price
17 50. Havdens' sate price
THE WRAPPER STOCK 18 SOMETHlNU
It will be sold at the price of the percales,
20 dozen Wrappers
50 doaen Wrappers
78 doscn Wrappers
33 doaen t2.r0 Wrappers
f75 Spring Jackets, B., 8. & M. Co price ui
to 10, nn sale In two
lots at and
Exquisite Easter Millinery
Saturday a special sale on Easter hats in a bewildering loveliness and variety of
styles that will please women of taste. Never has there been shown ueh an exten
sive assortment of pattern, design and materials in all the approved fashions, from
the most noted modistes of Paris, Berlin and London and the deft fingers of American
milliners. Experienced milliners to wait on you, show you tbe different styles and aid
you In selecting a perfectly becoming hat that will prove charming to your friends
and pleasing to youraelf. Tbe price In thla sale are most astonishingly low.
The largest line of men' new spring
neckwtar In Omaha, all th new
tyles and pattern In silk neck
wear, at f0o
Men' 3 and $2.60 silk suspender at..) 1.00
Men $150 whit pleated shirt In th
best makes, at 88o
Men's 80c fine llsletbread half bos la
plain and fancy colors, at 35c
Men' $1 Crown suspenders, at EOo
Men's 60c suspender In all styles, at.. 25c
Men's medium weight Merino under
wear, at 39c
Men' medium weight wool shirts and
drawer at $1, $1.25 and I 1.60
Specials in Easter Fur
nishings for Women
Ladle.' kid glove in all the latest
shades, two clasp, at $ 1.00
Ladle' kid gloves in all the latest
shade, three clasp, at $1.60 and....$ 2.00
Kayser patent tip silk glove. In black,
white, gray and modes, at 60c, 75c
and $ 1.00
Kayser Hal thread glove In black.
whit, gray and mode, at 25c and.. 60c
Misses' kid glove in tans and modes,
two clasp, at 75c
Misses' silk gloves with Kayser patent
tips, two clasp. In white and modes,
Misses' lisle thread gloves In all
shades, two clasp, at 25c
Dress Goods Dept.
In our high-grade dress goods depart
ment we will sell Priestly' $1.25 and $1.50
black nun's veiling at 79c. We will sell
Prlestly's mistrals worth $1.98 for $1.25 a
yard. We will sell Lupim's $1.50 voiles,
etamlne for PSc.
During the day we will give several spe
PROM 10 TO 13 A. M.
We will sell $2.50 new spring Panama cloth
In all tbe new colors at 98c a yard.
FROM SI TO 4 P. M.
W will sell our $2.50 voiles, etamlnes,
only 1 pattern to a customer, at a yard
FROM 4 TO tt P. M.
We will sell sublimes marked $1.00 a yard
some people call this lansdown only 1
pattern to a customer, at 49c.
FROM 7 TO P. M.
We will sell $2.98 eollennes, blsck and col
ored, only 1 pattern to a customer, at a
Ladles' fsncy parasola In plain gloria
silks and fancy colored border at.. 98c
Ladles' fancy parasols in black, white
and colors, all the newest designs,
at $1.60 and $ 1.98
Ladies' line fancy parasols In black,
white and colore, in the plain and
fancy borders and hemstitched edges
at $2.50, $2.98 and $ 3.98
Ladle' fine fancy parasols In the chif
fon and applique effects, at $5, $8.50,
$7.50, to $15.00
Ladles' gloria silk umbrellas at 98c
Saturday we will place on sale a new lot
of Charles K, Harris' song album at only
48c per copy, by- mail 65c; regular price
75c. This collection contains such popular
songs of his as "For Old Times' Sake,"
"There'll Com a Time," "Just Tell Her
That 1 Loved Her, Too." "A Rabbi
Daughter," "I Used to Know Her Years
Ago," "Heart to Heart" waltzes and lots
of other pretty pieces. This is the only
collection of popular songs on the market.
We also have a new collection of coon
ongs called "Ragtime Folio," which we
will sell at the same price.
1C PER COPY!
Saturday in the
Several specials on the bargain squares.
Thousands of yards ot dress goods, silks,
wash goods, domestic and other good at
a trifle ot their value. No dealers, ped
dlers or manufacturers sold to In this room.
We will sell 30-Inch plaids In the new
spring styles at 4 cts.
36-inch spring fancies, 2-3 wool at 12
42-lnch fancies, nice heavy goods, worth
60 cts. per yard, at 25 eta.
English henrlettas, all colors, at 25 cts.
Blsck Jacquards, worth 75 cts., at 39 cts.
Strictly all wool henrlettas, 54-inch, all
wool cheviots and other goods worth up to
$3.00 er yard, will be closed out at 49 cts.
Silk striped challls. plain and figured,
will go at 25 cts.
Strictly all wool FYench challls at 25c.
Strictly all wool French flannels, the 73
ct. grade, will gd at 25 cts.
We will sell 60 ct. yard wide black lining
silk at 19 cts.
Yard wide black diagonal skirting, worth
50 ct., at 29 ct.
$1.00 fancies in all tbe evening shades at
$1.00 waist stripes at 49 cts.
Kl Ki cords at 3 cts.
One thousand wards of silks from 19 cts.
to 49 ct. a yard.
5,000 yards of printed batistes, dimities,
organdies, worth up to 12c cts.. will go
Dying on Saturday at 2 ct a yard.
One of the finest printed batistes mads
will go at 5 cts.
15, 20 and 25 ct. dimities wilt go at 10
35 to 60 ct, white goods will go at 10
Other white goods at 6 and 1 ct.
See our special sales on the 6 and 10
ct. counters. Including crockery, glassware,
hardware, house furnishing goods, etc.,
worth from 25 to 60 cts.
Grand Ring Sale .
The celebrated new process gold shell
rings, warranted to wear for five years;
equal to $1.50 to $5.00 solid, gold rings, In
plain and set. On sale Saturday In jewelry
department at 25c and 60c. Grand sale on
Easter .novelties and silverware In the
Ladies' straight front corsets, new
spring styles. In the W. B. Erect
Form, at $ 100
Dr. Warner's rustproof corsets, In
pink, blue and white batiste,
straight front, at $ 100
Also a full line ot Kabo, W. C. C.
Thompson glove fitting and R. O.
corsets at, up $ 1.00
The Memo self-reducing corset, at....$ 2 50
The LeGrecque belt for stout figures. $ 2.75
Ladies' and misses' girdle corsets. In
all colors, sizes 18 to 24, at 49c
Ladles' straight front corsets. In all
colore, at 49e
Ladles' 60c fine lisle hose, In plain and
fancy colors, at $6e
Children' 35c fine lisle thread hose.
In all sizes, at 19c
Children's fancy parasols at, up 10c
Children's silk parasols, at, up, 60c.
75c and 98e
Ladles' fine skirts, fancy lawn ruf
fles, trimmed with Insertion and
lace and embroidery ruffles, at t l-M
Ladles' fine skirt ruffles trimmed with
lace and Insertion, at t 1-60
Fine skirts, elaborately trimmed with
fancy ruffles of Imported lace and
Insertion, and fin Imported swIss
embroideries at $5, $6, $8.50, $13 to. $18.00
Ladies' fine nightgowns, trimmed
with fine swlss embroidery and
duchess, Valenciennes lace at $ 1.98
Ladies' fine nightgowns, short or long
sleeves, elaborately trimmed with
imported embroidery or lace, at
$3.98. $4.50, $5. up $ 6.00
Shoes for Easter.
We can save you from 60c to $1 on your Raster Shoes. All style from the best
makers. A large eastern manufacturer, forced to sell hi entire stock, Included tbe
finest Shoes made for men, women, misses and children at about one-quarter their
price. These we put on sale Saturday. HI loss Is your gain. This large stork, to
gether with our own, will all be on tale. You can have choir from the LARGEST
STOCK west of New York. ,
Women's Met kid lsce Shoes,
Women' vlcl kid lac Shoe,
EXTRA SPECIAL Men's Crown Shoes, worth $4.00 and $4.60, made of th
very finest quality of Crystal Kid and Velours Calf, la light weights,
This make ha a national reputation.
See our Sixteenth street window. Sole agent In Omaha for th BROOKS BROS.'
and VLTRA SHOES for women, and th STETSON and CR03SETT Shoe for men.
Easter bargain In our Bargain Room Sale all day.
Men' satin calf bal..
Men' Crown Shoe,
Boy' and youth' Crows Shoe,
Hardware, Stoves and
Specials for Saturday In Our Basement
All Money Savers.
12-tlne rakes 10c
Garden hoes 15c
Spading fork, stroped 69c
Granite basins 10c
12-inch Turkey dusters 10c
No. 8 galvanized boilers 9c
Wire screening, per square foot Hie
Poultry netting, per 100 square feet.... 40c
Gallon glass oil cans .'...19c
Dover egg beaters 5c
Large wire dish drawer 9c
We have just received a car of 4-coated
granlteware, which we sell less than
the very common 1-coated is sold for elsewhere.
Boys' satin calf bal.
Youths' satin calf bal..
GILT EDGE OR GLYCEROLS
ALL DAY AT ,
Extra salespeople engaged so you
Women's fine vlcl kid lace,
Women' fine virl kid lacs,
spring heel, worth $2.00,
ROe, J9c, 19c,
rill be served promptly.
Attend Our Famous
FROM 103O TO 11 A. M.
We will sell 36-Inch heavy blue calico,
th regular 12 V ct. quality, only 10 yard
to a customer, at 2Vc a yard.
FROM 2 TO SiSO P. M.
We will sell full standard print, regular
S, 8V4 and, T ct. grades, only 10 yard to a
customer, at 1 ct. a yard.
FROM 4 TO 4i30 P. M.
We will sell skirt lining, the regular S
ct. grade, only 10 yard to a customer, at
1 cts. a yard.
FROM 8 to 9 P. M.
We will sell 12H ct. and 15 ct. art
draperies la all the nice, bright spring
colors, only 12 yard to a customer, at
4 cts, a yard.
FROM 8 TO ft P. M.
We will sell dress pattern and skirt pat
terns, from 4 to 7 yard In a piece In vlg
oreaux, worth $1,00, Cheviots worth $1.26
and $1.60, Henriettas worth 85 cts., heavy
suitings worth $2-60 a yard, golf cloth
worth $1.75, and no good worth lea than
75 ct. and up to $3.00 per yard, all will go
on this one counter for this one hour at 25
cts. a yard.
Five clerk will be In attendance at this
Dargains for Saturday,
Fancy ribbons of the finest quality and
latest styles, worth 60c to 7$c, on sale at
89c per yard.
One lot of $1.60 fancy hemstitched rib
boos on sale at 29c.
No. 7 gauze ribbon, all colors, 6c a yard.
A beautiful line of Easter tics and laces
For Easter gifts we offer a Una of $1.50
padded poets at 87c.
A Una of 25 numbers of bible from 70o
Easter cards, 3o to 15c each. '
5 pounds hominy jg0
5 pounds pearl barley
6 pounds tapioca
6 pounds sago
5 pounda farina
On sack cornmeal .
6 pounds Rolled Oat
6 pounds navy beana
6 pounds split peas ...
6 pounds green peas
1 pound currants .. .
1 pound raspberries
. . .
x puuna iea 12o
1 pound coffee gto
3 lb. can corn , 70
3 lb. can peaches , iV4o
1 sack ry flour "390
FIREWORKS AT TAX HEARING
Attorneys Warm Up a Trifle Over the
Introduction of Evidence.
NOT ALLOWED TO PROVE THE FORGERY
Chars Made by Mr. Mcintosh Again,
bat Testimony on thm Point
Kept Oat on Objection
There were stirring times at the tas man
damus hearing yesterday, caused by At
torney Mcintosh's attempt to prove forgery
la connection with making up th record
of th Board of Equalization. A was an
ticipated, be waa not permitted to prov
forgery, even If there had been forgery to
prov, but he did show some peculiar Irreg
ularities in the record. Even this point was
gained only after a strenuous fight with the
corporation lawyer and the city attorney.
Every step he took In this direction waa
through a tangle of legal technicalities put
U his way by the other side. Tbe session
was less dignified than It predecessors; th
skirmish was attended by much pyrotech-
alcal and flippant oratory, and the mirth of
City Attorney Connel and hi coadjutors
was unbridled. .
City Clerk Elboura was called to the
stand for cras-examtnatlon bv Mr. Mc
intosh, tbe purpose being tohow that tb
Journal of th Board of Equalization was
ot a correct transcription of the pencil
ilaute taken at th time the board was
la session. Mr. Mcintosh contended that
lb journal, which was a pen-aad-lnk ver-
iott of the proceedings, written In a large
efflcs book, hat been garbled and mutilated,
that an entlrs paragrph had been erased
In order to make room for a false entry;
that this false entry bad been mads after
th Injunction hearing before Judge Dtcklo
aoa, and that It mad th record show that
there had been a hearing and aa adjundl-
cation of th so-called Real Estate exchange
complaint. Mr. Webster objected to cross
xamlnattoa oa thla for tb reason tbst
th subject had not been touched upoa In
eiamlaatlon-tn-chlef. Th objection was
' threivd Move nf .Reansadsnts.
In this connection the Interesting fact
cropped out that th attorneys for the re
spondents had anticipated just this contin
gency and had planned to circumvent Mr.
Mcintosh's mov. They hsd withdrawn
City Clerk Klboara from Ike stand before
Introducing the journal la evidence. He
had not been questioned about it. Th:
rendered It necessary for Mr. Mcintosh to
mak Mr. El bourn his own witness, a thing
he was very reluctant to do.
"Have you the pencil minutes taken at
the time the board was In session?" asked
Mr. Webster objected oa th ground that
It was Immaterial.
This precipitated an internecine quarrel
between Mr. Webster and Mr. Connell.
'I want your honor to understand."
shouted the latter, "that I have something
to say In this case a well a Mr. Webster!
t don't want tbe record to show either the
sharp practices of Mr. Mcintosh or the
negligence of Mr. Webster, and before any
further questions are asked of this witness
I want the record to show that Mr. Mcin
tosh has recalled Mr. Elbourn as his own
"Tut. tut, gentlemen!" said the referee.
"I wish your honor would keep out," said
Mr. Mcintosh. "This suits me! This is
helping my aid of the cane!"
"Well, It's the only thing that can help
It!" was Mr. Connell' retort.
Elboara's Statns Settled.
Then the court reporter was asked to
record the fact that City Clerk Elbourn
wis recalled as Mr. Mcintosh' witness, and
th bearing waa resumed.
"When was this Journal written up with
reference to the time of th Injunction
hearing In Judge Dickinson' court?" wss
Mr. Mcintosh' next question.
Mr. Elbourn waited for th heretofore In
evitable objection and seemed surprised
that none wa forthcoming. He finally aa
wrd: - -
"I think tt was being written up at that
"Were these words, 'In accordance with
th request of F. D. Wead th hearing of
the complaint ot the Real Estate exchange
wa set for Friday, January IT, at p. m.,
and th clerk waa authorised to so notify
th complainants In this Journal at th
time It was Introduced la evidence before
Th clerk admitted that they were writ
ten In afterward, as the record waa not
complete at that time.
Mr. Mcintosh then pointed out that the
foregoing Item did not bear a number, as
did all the other item ot the board' pro
ceedlngs, that the pencil memorandum had
been altered to conform ta tha antrv In h
1 jcurnal and that the words interpolated la
th memorandum were written with a dlf
ftrent kind of a nenrll.
"Your honor, sines this item In the jour
nal Is clearly a forgery," said Mr. Mcintosh
"and since it wa mad up after th Board
of Equalization bad adjourned and attrr
Tbera Is one, certain way ot curing tion tad stomach troubles,
jstU; gtv your stomach a rest but still eat plenty ot good food to
keep up the nourishment tor your body. You can do this by using
Kodoi, DvBrErei A Cuks because It Is the one preparation which digests
what you eut without aid from the stomach. Kature will then repair
your worn out aineative orirans sua renvore mem to urauny cuuuiuou.
It relieves that feeling ot fullness, bclchinp aud distress after eating.
"I suffered with dvsDerjsia a treat taant years. I tried many remedies
without relief until I used Kodol. Dtbpkt&ia Cvu. Mt health haa
ImriroTedandlnowfeelllkeaDewman-B. J. Flemmlng, Murray, Neb."
It can't help but do you nod
rreparwd by K. CL DeWttt Co.. Chicago. The tX. botUs coaiaias t.ux tbe 6Sc sins.
T?hea you need a ooothinir and healing1 anpll atkn for pile, aad skin diaw
, use DoWITT'S Wltoti IUxs)l SALVC Beware ot counterfeit
the resoondents hsd learned that they
would need some such entry in the trial of
this case. I move that it bs stricken out."
Mr. Webster objected to this on tbe
ground that the motion was nothing but a
speech msde by Mr. Mcintosh for the benefit
of the press, that the eraaures In tbe book
were made to admit of a correction, and
therefore, perfectly regular. Tbe objection
This concluded the forenoon seesloa.
Analysing tbe Record.
All of Friday afternoon' session was de
voted to an analysis by Mr. Mcintosh ot the
Board of Equalization record for January
17 and IS. City Clerk Elbourn waa on the
stand up to the hour ot adjournment. Many
questions were asked him concerning the
record, few of which he would answer di
rectly, which angered Mr. Mclntcsh. All
ot bis questions were objected to by the op
position, but one was objected to for an
entirely new reason, namely, It was argumentative.
'I object to the counsel arguing with his
own witness," wss the way Mr. Webster
'I have' to, your honor," answered Mr.
Mcintosh. "This witness Is notoriously hos
tile to tb relators, and for that reaaon
I can't examine blra aa I would an Impar
The attorneys for tbe corporations and
City Attorney Connell scouted the idea of
the city clerk being hostile to Mr. Mcin
tosh. The referee told Mr. Mcintosh not
to argue with tha witness. Mr. Elbourn
assumed a sardonic smile of triumph.
"la there any record her of a final ac
tion on the complaint of tbe Real Estate
exchange?" asked Mr. Mcintosh.
"I can't ay that ther Is." wa tbe
"Is there say record In the Journal ot
January It ot a final hearing of those
"The record Itself I th best evidence oa
that point," objected. Attorney Hall and
Connell. Objections overruled.
"No. sir," was ths answer.
Mr. Mcintosh then read tha record ot
th th board for January IT and 18. to
show that tbe so-called hearing of the Real
Estate exchange complaint consisted ot
number of speeches mad by member of
th exchange and other.
Mr. Webster C'rosa-Kaasnlnes.
Mr. Webster took tb witness for cross-
"In reference to that erasure in tb
Journal of which counsel makes so much,'
said he, "you may state, Mr. Elbourn, If
there are any other erasure In the book,
Th witness snswered thst there were
ssversl. He was asked to find one, which
"Why was that mod?" waa naked.
"Th deputy clerk In copying it from the
pencil minute mad a mistake,"
"How waa th mistake detected?"
"After th Journal is completed after a
meeting I always read It over for correc
tion before I afflx my signature and seal.'
"And wss this erasure to which eounsel
object mad for th same reaaon to ebr-
rect an error?" (
Mr. Webster then offered la evidence tb
entire record ot the Board of Equalisation
sad moved thst. since th record aa aa en
tirety waa going in, that th part of It
Introduced by Mr. Mcintosh bs stricken
Mr. Mcintosh objected to th Introdue
tlon of the record as a whole, for tb
reason that it bad beea mutilated and
Referee Ryan ruled that the entire record
could go In. but that th parts of It as In
troduced by Attorney Mcintosh would not
Court adlourned at o'clock until .J0
Monday moral tig
NEW OVERLAND EQUIPMENT
Union Pacific Ooes in for Splendor on
R0VIDES EVERY MODERN CONVENIENCE
New Interchansenble Mllensje Book
la Which Script Represents
Money Goes Into Vse oa
General Passenger Agent Lomax of the
Union Tacific railway announces details of
equipment and service on the new Overland
trains to be run between Chicago and San
Francisco over th Chicago Northwestern,
the Union Pacific and the Southern Pacific,
commencing April 1.
These will be the present No. 1 and 2,
but will be entirely different train, a th
equipment Is new throughout. On train
leave Chicago and one San Franciaco every
day. It Is asserted that they will be tbe
finest trains crossing tbe continent. All
tbe car a In them were made especially to
the order of the Union Pacific, which owns
them. Telephone servla on the train at
terminals will be a feature. Everything
will be electric lighted, and each train will
carry its own skilled electrician, whose
sole duties will be to care for tb different
feature of hi department on that train.
One entire car on each train will be re
served for the electrtcal appliances and
dynamos. The total equipment will be:
Dynamo car, mall ear, baggage car, com
posite car, dining car, Portland sleeper, San
Francisco aleeper and San Francisco ob
servation car. The composite car Is a
buffet, smoking and library car. with barber
hop and bath auxiliaries. Tbe sleeping
cars are all fourteen-section, with a single
drawing room. Tbe observation is a new
type, the apartment observation car. There
I In each car one drawing room, six state
rooma and one observation room at the
Interchangeable Mllesae Hook.
A novel mileage book has been adopted
by lines west of Denver and El Paso. It Is
Interchangeable and la the first mileage of
this kind to be used In the territory cov
ered. This I the earns pattern that tbe
lines from ths Missouri river to Denver sre
now considering for sdoptlon snd it Is
called aa "exchange script book."
Tbo book is not different In appearance
from the usual mileage book, but Its con
tents rspresent money instead of mileage.
Nervousness, "Tired Feeling"
Exhaustion of Body or Brain
Instantly Dispelled by One
Powder "which Normally Retorei.H
TRY IT NOW.
The treat actor, Mr.Wlltlaai Gillette, sails ill
"Tbe only stimulant without sung."
Rev. Dancaa B. MacdeasIS, Hartford Theo.
losicalSamioary. writes ! "OraDeine' sap plies
aoarishmBl sad Mimalas fur budj sad braia."
Mis Emily A.dteaey.soneriotendsot Norses'
Ttioibjt Pcbol, at. autbuoy's Hospital. Rork
UIBd, III., m: " 1raoios' Is tnvaWbi
is braia workers. "
"It doe rood every time." AUn4 O. Baner.
maaaawr Spra-, Warner S) Co.'s sSesriuuig
IsJs f Orwsjists ia 10, tl an K0 Packs,
Every mile means 5 cents Instead of a mile.
For $90 the traveler is sold a book contain
ing lines representing that much money.
Conductors do not handle this book, tbe
ticket agent being given that task. Instead
of presenting tbe mileage book on the train
and having so many miles torn out of It
the passenger presents It at the ticket win
dow and haa so many dollars removed from
It, in exchange for which he receives a
regular ticket to his destination.
Each such purchase Is recorded in ths
back of the book, with the amount paid
and tbe stations between which the journey
was taken. When all the "money" Is gone
the cover may be presented and a rebate se
cured, the amount of which equals the dif
ference between the gross and th net rate
of the entire mileage covered.
President B. F. Yoakum ot the St. Louis
ft San Francisco railroad, in an Interview,
referred to tbe statement made In The Bee
some weeks ago to the effect that the
'Frisco system would stretch Its line from
coast to coast, reaching Savannah on tbo
east and Manzanlllo, Mex., on the west,
Mr. Yoakum said:
"While It I not certain that we shall
build to the coast, we are looking that way.
There appear to be a great future for the
Oriental trade and I consider tbe proposi
tion a very flattering one. We have not
yet bought any terminal property on tb
Pacific coast, but an extension from our
lines in Texss now constructing would not
be difficult. We are only 300 miles from
El Paso and 500 mllea from Tboenlx. W
have not determined upon th terminals for
an extension from our line at Birmingham,
Ala., to the Atlantic coast, but Charles
ton or Savannah would be the natural ter
minus. The greatest railroad of the future
will be a line from one ocean to th other."
Cat In Lumber Rate.
SEATTLE. Wash.. March 28. News has
been received at the Great Northern freight
offices that the Minneapolis ft St. Louis and
Illinola Central railways have mad a cut
of 6 cent In the rate on lumber and
shingles. A bare possibility exists of a rat
war on lumber and other forest products.
but the probability is so slight that It 1 not
causing serious tbougbt on the part of any
Railway Kwtes ss4 Personals.
General A pent Bucknum of the Pennsyl
vania lines una ivni iu minneapoiis.
C. K. Styles, axetstant general passenger
agent or me Missouri racinc at Kansas
City, Is In Omaha.
H. S. Gray, commercial agent of the Cen
tral of Georgia, with headquarters at Kan
sua City, is in Omaha.
Suneiintendent C. M. Rathburn and Dl
vision Superintendent E. O. Mann of the
Missouri Pacltlo are in Omaha from Atchi
The Elkhorn road reported half an Inch
of enow between Valentine. Neb., and
HjfTalo Gap. S. D., yesterday morning.
This road, now has all Ita wires op and
FIRES SHOTS AT HUSBAND
Knife Play by Colored Man Bring
Wife Into Action with
Barry Craig, 8517 Seward street, a colored
porter In the employ of th Burlington
railroad, attmpted to carve bis wife yes
terday w'th a large butcher knife, and is
now in the city jail. Tbe two became In.
volved In a fight and when Craig rushed
for his wlfs with lbs knife shs cams Back
at him with a revolver, taking two shots
The arrival of the police prevented further
wast of ammunition. No on wa Injured.
Where can you Invest money nor profit
ably tha a by buying a bottle of Prickly Ash
Bitters you get four for one. A kidney
medicine, a liver tonus, stomach strength
sner and bowel cleanser. Four medietas
(or oo dollar.
OLD SOLDIER LOSES MONEY
Two Men Under Arrest Pending Investiga
tion by Folios.
CHIEF DONAHUE RECOVERS BIG BILLS
William Gcrke, Cater th Islsese
of Liquor, Displays Sons Hnn-dred-Dollar
Bills as ta
Separated front Them. '
William Gerke, aa old soldier of Daven
port, la., brother ot Henry (Jerk, express
man, and uncle of W. F. Gerke, market In
spector ot this city, lost three $100 bill in
Stafford ft Flyan' saloon. 1302 Douglas
street, Thursday afternoon. Frank Ireland,
barkeeper at tb saloon, and hla brother,
Wllber Ireland, are In the city jail pending
ap Investigation. Th money wa recov
ered by Chief of Police Donahue, who re
fuses to atat from whom It wa secured
until he haa completed an Investigation.
According to the story told th police
Oerke drew S400 from the Omaha National
bank Thursday afternoon, $300 ot the money
being in $100 bills. Soms time later hs
went Into tbe Douglas street aaloon and
while under th Influence of liquor pulled
out his roll of money, and after showing It
to all In tb room placed It on th bar, say
ing that hs desired to get Into a poker
game. When th money was placed on the
bar, as it 1 aald, someoae grabbed It.
Oerke was taken to tbe police station,
where he reported hi loss aad th arrest
ot the two Irelands followed. Tb saloon
was closed for aa hour or two, while th
Chief Donabne's Statement.
Gerk waa confined In th matron's de
partment at ths request of hi relatives.
who desired the police to hold him until
he became sober. Chief Donahue said yes
terday that he was not sure that a rob
bery had been committed or whether th
money had been taken from Gerk to pre
vent him from being robbed. "When brought.
10 toe station," ne said, "Gerke had $70 in
hi pocket, and I have since rnpArA
the $300 which wa supposed to have been
sioien. it may be that this money waa
taken to prevent Gerke from being robbed,
which he would likely have been, a he
wa well under ths lnfluenc of liquor
and had been for several day. But until
I have made a thorough Investigation and
found out the truth I will not say from
whom I secured the money.
Yesterday afternoon tb chief returned
the $300 to Gerk after the latter had' con
ulted with the county attorney and In
formed him that he was unable to say who
was In the saloon at tbe time of the rob
bery or to Identify tbe man who took tbe
money. The chief received the money from
a third party, who said It had beea given
to him by a man who said he took It In
order to prevent Gerke from being robbed.
"I shall make a thorough investigation,"
aid the chief, "and If I find that anyone
connscted with the saloon bad anything to
do with th robbery, I will file chargea and
do ail I can to have ths license revoked."
D0NAH00 GETS A VERDICT
Jnry Allows Him Seventy-Piva Hnn.
dred Dollars Daasasea Asafast
Albert A. Donahoo wa given a verdict
for $7,500 In hi suit against Mr. Sarah
C. Flgg In Judg Read's court at Papllllon,
In Sarpy county. He sued for $20,000 for
alienation of hla wife's affection, charging
that when she united with th Flgglte shs
left her happy horn and didn't care If shs
never cam back.
The following- birth and deatha were re
ported to the health commissioner during
the twenty-four hours ending at noon Fri
day: Births Benjamin Mead, 1603 Chicago
street, boy; Adolph I. Kendls, li3S South
Thirteenth street, girl; Krous Anderson,'
2M1 Casa atreet. boy; Carl Helmer, V.A
North Twewty-flfth avenue, boy.
Deaths John J. Harrington, aged tl
yeara, St. Joseph' hospital; Anna Fosek,
aged SO years, St. Joseph's hospital.
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