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TITK OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY, AriUL, 9, 1902.
RYAN IS READY TO REPORT
Opinion of Referee in Omaha Tax Manda
mus Case to Be Filed Thursday.
CAN COME UP AT NEXT SITTING OF COURT
Depaty Labor ( ommUitonr r Wilioa
CoBldrnl of Wlnnlnsr HI Case
Against Lancaster County
(From a Stiff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, AprU I. (Special.) Judge
Robert Ryan Bay he will not need all of
the tlm allowed him a referee to nreoare
hit findings In the Omaha tax mandamus '
case. By the term of the supreme court's
order be la not required to file his report
before April 15.
"I have reached my conclusions in the i
case and will probably file the report on .
Thursday of this week," said Judge Ryan. ;
"It will be written tomorrow and I hope :
to hare It Bled sometime Thursday morning. I
This will give both sides an opportunity j
to flls eiceptlona. If they wish to, Derore
the next sitting of the court."
The opinion will consist of about twenty
"pages of typewritten matter and will em
brace an exhaustive discussion of the va
rious questions of taxation raised In the
hearing of the case.
The mandamus case of the state pora
mlssloner of labor against the tax asses
sors of Lancaster county, which was brought
to test the validity 'of the law requiring
assessors to gather Information for the
State Bureau of Labor and Industrial Stat
istics, will be argued and submitted to thv
supreme court next week. The act In ques
tion was passed by the legislature of 1897,
but has aever been enforced. Each year
since the passage some of the counties
have failed to make the returns required
and as a result the statistics put forth by
the department have been Incomplete and
oftentlmea misleading. The fusion authori
ties gave notice several times that man
damus proceedings would be commenced, it
necessary, but the bluff was never made
ConBdent Law Will Hold.
"I am confident the law will stand the
test," said Deputy Labor Commissioner
Watson today, "but It has been ao generally
questioned and violated that the only way
to determine lta worth Is by the mandamus
process. The state spends a lot of money
each year publishing reports of statistics
gathered under the act. They are Incom
plete and therefore of little value. If the
reports are not correct there Is no reason
why they should be printed. If the court
sustains the la we will force the county
assessors to do the work If we have to
begin mandamus proceedings against every
one of them."
In" Kansas',' whose agricultural and in
dustrial statistics are admittedly of a su
perior quality, a law similar to the Ne
braska act Is In force. - Several days ago
Mr. Watson wrote the commissioner of
labor In Kansas as follows:
Will you be kind enough to state If gath
ering statistics through the assessors i In
our state has proved a success? The
HHsessors here, In some Instances, have
irf lined to do the work-and I have there
fore taken the matter before the supreme
court. I shall be pleased to have your
views at your convenience.
The Inquiry was referred to Secretary F.
D. Coburn of the State Board of Agricul
ture, who aent the following reply:
Yes, very satisfactory In Kansas, so far
as gathering agriculture, live stock and
population statistics for the State Board
nf Agriculture Is concerned, the doing of
which Is required by law. and thd assessors
. receiving f per uay -ior ipeir worn n
such; hencerff aitkert'! Trot tn more hours
there would probably e , no objection on
their part. ( , N
The Nebraska, Jaw fixe th compensa
tion of assessors at $3 per day, but the
county clerk la '-. authorised to employ
enough persona to : complete the work
within the time .specified. Under this pro
vision the assessors ran be paid by the
county for all services performed, and It
is estimated that the additional expense
for extra assessors, because of the In
creased amount of work, will not amount
to a great deal in any one county.
The case of the State against Wenham,
Involving tie constitutionality of the female
labor law, will also be submitted at tho
gext sitting of court.
Grind of Kxelae Board. '
The excise board of thla city began Its
annual grind on applications for saloon
licenses this morning, and by .the end of the
day's work thirty-one of the thirty-nine on
hie had been granted. The board began
proceedings by adopting a rule excluding
all billiard, pool and gaming tables from
saloons after January 1. 1903. and declaring
that all provisions of the Slocum law ahall
Remonstrances were filed by A. O.
Wolfenbarger and Thomas Darnell tbls
morning against twenty-four applications.
These remonstrances were in blanket form
and charged violation of practically every
rule or law 'of the excise boardr In. some
Instances direct charges were made and
backed up by testimony, but In the great
majority no reason wsa shown to satisfy
the board why the license should not be
granted. All but one of the remonstrances
were filed thla morning
Some of the contested cases were taken
up this afternoon and others were con
tinued until tomorrow or soma othsr day
Lincoln wholesalers have petitioned the
council for a system of metes and bounds
Lot the COLD DU3T
will take every particle of dust and dirt from your floors and
woodwork makes them aa clean aa a whittle, neat at a pin.
Nothing so good for washing clothea and diahea.
Made only by THE N.V. FAIRBANK COMPANY.
Oases. Mow York. Boston, St. Louis. Makers ef OVAL FAIRY SOAP.
separating the large dealers from the re
tail district. The communication to the
We. the undersigned wholesale end re
tall merchants of Lincoln, respectfully pe
tition that sn ordinance be passed denning
and fixing the wholesale district of Lincoln
to be Ninth street and all west thereof to
and Including First street.
Tbls wss signed by the following: Hum
phrey Hardware company, FranK P. Law
rence, Lincoln Leather company, Fred
Volgt, H. J. Smith, Severen at Duncan,
O. T. Hodges Son. Llndgren Ic Christian,
Buckstaff Bros'. Manufacturing company,
Hargreave Bros., Raymond Bros. Clark
company, F. E. Campbell Co., Wilson
Dana, Armour A Co., Glllen at Boney,
Ernst Hoppe, H. P. Lau company, A. Booth
Superintendent Cordon, at the meeting
of the Board of Education of this city last
night, recommended that summer school be
neld In at least two buildings during the
summer vacation. The board endorsed the
proposition and authorized Mr. Gordon to
make the necessary preparations.
State Treasurer Stuefer today Issued a
call for warrants registered from 78768 to
7924-lncluslve. They aggregate $50,000 and
will be payable April 21.
The February term of the dletrlct court,
which was one of the busiest and most In
teresting of yesrs, was finally adjourned
this morning. The next term begins May
8 and will last for at least six weeks.
FRED BOEHM ENDS HIS. LIFE
.Nebraska City Batcher Commits ul
ride hy Taklnar OaastHy of
NEBRASKA CITY,' Neb., April 8. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Fred Boehm, a butcher
conducting a market on West Central ave
nue, committed , suicide at I o'clock this
afternoon at his home over H. H. Bart
ling's atore. by swallowing half a drahm
of strychnine. He was ef a nervous tem
perament and was give to worry over
little things, and It la supposed that the
poison was taken In a fit of despondency
Mr. Boehm waa about 60 years of age.
He waa born In Germany, coming to this
country about twenty years ago and aettled
In Nebraska City. Later he moved ,to
Seward county, where he lived until about
five months ago, when he returned to this
city and entered into business, lie wss
married about two months prior to his
moving here and his domestic relations
have been the happiest.
The remains will be aken to Utlca, Neb.,
for burial. The deceased waa the owner
of several farms and copslderable personal
THIEVES LOOT BUGGY SHED
Steal a Carriage from Farm Near
Wiener and Make Good
Their Escape, .
WEST POINT, Neb., April 8. (Special.)
Sunday morning Sheriff Kloke received
a telephone message from Wlsner stating
that a valuable carriage bad been stolen
from the premises of a farmer named Dud
ley, six miles north of that place.
The" two thieves drove to the Dudley
home about 12 o'clock Saturday night, and
without arousing the family broke open
the buggy shed and took out a bran new
carriage, purchased by Dudley a week
prior. They tied the carriage to the rear
of their own, buggy and started southeast.
At 8 o'clock they passed through Beemer
and at 9 through .Lyons, and frwm there
to the Winnebago agency.
The sheriff was hot on their trail, but
lost It on the reservation. The Indian
police are on the lookout and ferry cross
ings have been watched, but so far with'
no trace of the thieves or booty.
Prank J. Morsjaa Gets Mayoralty.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., April 8. (Spe
cial.) A special meeting of the city coun
cil waa held last evening, and the vote of
the city election counted.
This evening at a regular session Frsnk
J. Morgan became mayor to sucoeed Tom
E. Parmcle, who refused to be a candidate
for re-election. Both are democrats. There
are seven democrats and three republicans
In the city council.
The mayor who will have the appointing
of a city attorney, marsnaii ana otners
as yet haa named no one for the places.
Secretary Wiles Realajns.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., April 8. (Spe
cial.) T. F. Wiles has resigned the sec
retaryship of the Platte Mutual Insurance
company. Mr. Wiles has been secretary of
this company ever since Its organization In
Henry R. Goring haa been elected secre
tary to succeed Mr. Wiles, and haa assumed
the management of the company.
Mr. Wiles will hereafter devote his time
exclusively to the practice of law.
Republicans Carry Kearney.
KEARNEY, Neb., April (Special Telo
gram.) Tbe official canvass last night of
the city election shows all of the repub
lican candldalea for the council and school
board elected, except H. C Andrews, for the
school board, who lost out on a correction
of the canvass in tbe First ward. A full
council of eight members waa elected and
was aworn in this evening.
April ' 8. (Special.)
Polk county, during the month of March,
reduced Its Indebtedness nearly 814,000, a
remarkable showing for a small county.
twins do your work,"
EUSTIS GOES UP A NOTCH
Made Passenger Traffio Manager of the
Entire Burlington System.
FRANCIS MAY BE CALLED TO CHICAGO
la that Event Wakeley of the WIs
soarl Lines Will Take Charge of
B. A M. rasseaaxer Matters
. la Omaha.
CHICAGO, April 8. Official announce
ment was made today at the office of the
Chicago, Burlington Quincy Railroad
company of the appointment of P. S. Eustis
to be passenger traffic manager of the sys
tem. Mr. Eustis, who has been general
passenger agent of tbe Burlington, will
have general supervision of all the pas
Bcnger business on all lines of the system.
Although no official' announcement has
yet been made, It is announced that John
Francis, general passenger agent of the
B. ft M. at Omaha since 1888. will sucoeed
Mr. Eustis ss general passenger agent at
Chicago and that Lucius W. Wskeley. gen
eral passenger agent of the' Burlington
lines In Missouri, will go to Omaha to
take Francis' place.
W. A. Lawlor, assistant general pass
enger agent for the Burlington at unt
tago, will most likely succeed Mr. Wakeley
at St. Louis.
May Decline Offer.
Mr. Francis waa aroused from his slum
hers at midnight and heard the dispatch
from Chtcago read. He said he knows
nothing shout the matter
It baa been a matter of current rail
road gossip for a long time Ahat Mr.
Francis was to be the man for the Eustis'
succession whenever the passenger traffic
management should be placed In the hands
of one man. Mr. Francis' administration
of the passenger traffic of the system under
his control has been most notable. He
has made friends for tbe road and for him
self by his methods, and his removal to
Chicago will be merely In line with the
Burlington's policy of advancing men who
have proved themselves , worthy. It has
been' stated though, that Mr. Francis will
decline the proffer for the same reason
that Mr. Holdrege declined to go to Cht
cago when Mr. Brown of tbe Missouri lines
was taken there. At that time Mr. Hold
rege expressed himself to the effect that
he considered the Burlington west of tha
Missouri tbe more Important of the two.
and that be preferred being manager of
the B. M. to being manager of the Chi
cago, Burlington ft Qulncy. While Mr.
Francis haa not publicly expressed him
self on thla point, his close connection with
Mr. Holdrege and the perfect harmony
that exists between the two may hold him
to the same conclusion aa that reached bv
the general manager.
TO BE GENERAL MANAGER
Charlea A. Goodnow Leaves the
Pawl for the Rock
CHICAGO, April 8. Official announce
ment was made today of the appointment
of Charles A. Goodnow, general superin
tendent of the Chicago, Milwaukee ft St.
Paul railway aystem, aa general manager
of the Chicago, Rack Island ft Pacific rati
way, vice Andrew J. Hltt, assigned to other
duties. The appointment will become
effective April 15.
COMPETITION TO BE CLOSE
Southern Pactc Secures Rlft-ht-of.
Way Into Territory of tho
SAN FRANCISQO, April 8. The Ex
amlner says that before tbe end of the
present week deeds will be placed on record
at Martinei, Contra Costa county, conveying
to the Southern Pacific company a rlght-of.
way to the water front at Point Richmond,
which la tbVpresent terminus of the Santa
Fe road. '
DAWK CLERK TAKES H S L FE
Shoots Himself In the Temple, with
No Apparent Cause, and Dies
FALLS CITY, Neb., April 8. (Special
Telegram.) Ferdinand Oodfernon com
mitted aulcide at 8 o'clock this evening
He went Into the First National bank
where he haa been employed as bookkeeper
ever since the orgalnzation of the bank, and
shot himself Id the temple. Death was In-
staataneous. Tbe remains were taken to
the undertaking rooms of Reavla ft Abbey,
and Dr. Wells, the coroner, held an In
There is no reaaon aasigned for his act
his accounts were all in good order, and
It appears to have been on the Impulse of
the moment, aa upon entering the bank, he
accoated some friends in his usual polite
manner. The revolver used was one that
was kept In the bank.
Mr. Oodfernon waa born in France and
came to this country about twenty-nve
years ago. He waa a bank clerk In France
He belonged to several fraternal orders, be
Ing a member of the Masonic Shrine a
Lincoln, and for tbe last fifteen yesrs
was financier for tbe Ancient Order of th
United Workman of thla city. In the latter
office his generosity was showa by his ad
vancing aesessments for his fellow members.
He leaves a widow, a son and a daughter.
SUSPECT HELD .AT SUPERIOR
Man Possessing Mask, Revolver and
Cold Watch Corralled
SUPERIOR. Neb., April (.(Special.) A
suspicious cbaractsr, giving his nsme as
John Gatea, was run In by the police last
night. Upon bis person were found a black
cloth mask, a revolver and a gentleman's
Duebsr case gold watch. Tbe case bearr
tbe Inscription, "From Bister and Brothct
Tbe man will be held for ten days.
Tbe police have tie Idea that be Is a
holdup artist who Is wsnted for crimes
Beatrice Plaut to Cost Fifty Thousaad.
BEATRICE. Neb., April 8. (Special.)
r. P. Wick at rum of Clay Center, Ksn., who
has beea grsnted a twenty-year franchise
by ths city council to establish and operate
an electric light and heating plant In Be
atrice, will stand all expense of equipment,
Including buildings, poles, pipes and all
Mr. Wlckstrum Is here looking for a suit
able location in the business part of town
and expecta to begin work on the build
ings within ths next week or ten days.
I The plant complete will cost about $50,000.
' Beatrice to Issue Bonds.
BEATRICE. Neb.. April I. (Spec al
Telegram.) At a regular meeting of the
city council toulght an ordinance waa
pasted providing for the Issuance of bonds
tn the. sum of 113,000 for the purpose of
refunding outstanding Indebtedness of tbe
city ot Beatrice.
Heavy Hatas Wear Pterec.
PIERCE. Neb.. April g. (Soec'al Tela-
here since o'clock thla afternoon. A
light shower fell here this forenoon.
About all the spring wheat' baa been
planted and the rain will be just the thing
FOR THE AMERICAN SABBATH
Methodists Join Hssia with Other So-
eletles to Enforce Observ
aace of Snnday.
NEW YORK. April . The New York
conference of the Methodist Episcopal
hurch today adopted a resolution that a
committee be appointed to arrange for the
celebration of John Wesley's birthday next
The report of the twentieth century
thank offering commission showed thst
00,000 had been collected for "metropol
The report of the committee on Sunday
observance, which was adopted, denounced
Sunday newspapers, Sunday excursions and
Sunday saloons and recommended co-operation
with tbe American Sabbath union
and other organisations for the proper ob
servance of the American Sabbath.
NOT OPERATED BY BRITISH
Governor Dockcry Says Mule Market
at Lathrop, Mo., la Private
8T. LOUIS. April 8. A special telegram
from Jefferson City, Mo., to the Post-Dispatch
aays Governor Dockery'a attention
waa called today to the alleged British war
supply, camp at Lathrop. Mo.
The governor ssld be knows nothing
about the operations of the British there
other than that a market haa been operated
at Lathrop for tbe last ten years by private
He says that It la tbe largest horse and
mule market In the world and that they
supply the United States government with
horses and mules aa well as the British
Cold Delays Seed Ins;.
YANKTON, 6. D., April 8. (Special.)
The aprlng la cold and backward and seed
ing, which a month a so nrom'sed to be
earlier than usual la now being flnlshedv
at about the usual time with no immediate
prospects of Its getting any boost from the
weather. These conditions have cut down
the acreage of wheat to less than
farmers intended It to be a few weeks ago.
Plowing for corn has begun la a few locali
ties and thst crop will be more largely
planted in Yankton county- than ever be
Board Will Consider Pardons.
PIERRE, 8. D., April 8. (8peclal Tele
gram.) A meeting of the State Board of
Pardons has been called for April 18 to
consider any applications which may be
before them to that date.
The State Brand Commission will meet
on Msy 7 to clean up all applications for
branda before the spring roundup work be
gins on the ranges.
The state treasury has made a call for
$75,000 bf the registered warrants to be
taken up the 10th of this month.
SHOWERS EXPECTED TODAY
Cooler Woathef and North Winds Will
Come Alousr with ' the
WASHINGTON, April 8. Forecast:
For Nebraska Shower . Wednesday;
cooler in west and central portion; Thurs
day fair: north winds. .....
For Missouri and Iowa.-.-Fair. In .east.
showers in west portion Wednesday; Thurs
day fair; southeast winds. ' ) , -
For Kansas Showers and cooler Wednes
day; Thursday fair; north winds.
For South Dakota Fair Wednesday;
cooler la weat and' central portions; Thurs.
day fair; northwest winds.
For Wyoming and Colorado Fair Wednes
day and Thursday; cooler Wednesday in
eaat portion; variable winds.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, April 8. Official record of tem
perature ana precipitation compared wun
tna CO reiiHjnumg unjr vi m iuiw
y 1902. 1901. 1900. 18S.
Maximum temperature... 46 61 75 6t
Minimum temperature.... 33 41 56 S3
Mean temperature 40 51 6S 42
Precipitation 02 .00 .00 .00
Record of temperature ana precipitation
at Omaha for this day and alnce March 1.
Normal temperature..... 18
Deficiency for the day 8
Total excess since March 1 164
Normal precipitation us incn
Deficiency for the day..'. U7 inch
Total precipitation since March 1.. .72 inch
Deficiency since March 1 ..1.4lnch
Excess for cor. period 1901 IS Inch
Deficiency for cor. period 190 68 Inch
Reports troua stations at T p.' as.
CONDITION OF THB
North Platte, clear
Salt Lake City, cloudy
Rapid City, part cloudy
Chicago, clear ,.
40 461 .02
601 0 T
64: 56 .00
62 66 .00
6o 62 .00
58 64 .00
S4I MS .04
46! 62j T
38 40 T
441 46 .00
4K 52 .00
4 641 T
,441' 4X T
3T 42 1 .02
561 641 T
661 70 .00
8t. lxmis, part ciouay ,.
St. Paul, cloudy
Davenport, part cloudy
Kansas City, cloudy
Havre, part cloudy
Helena, cloudy I
Bismarck, clear I
Galveston, clear I
T indicates trace of precipitation.
U A. WELSH,
Local Forecast Official.
Rheum, Tetter and Acne
Belong to that class of inflammatory and disfiguring skin eruptions that cause
more genuine bodily discomfort and worry than all other known diseases. The
impurities of sediments which collect in the system because of poor digestion,
inactive Kidneys and other organs of elimination are taken up by the blood,
saturatipg the system with acid poisons and fluids that ooze out through the
glands and pores of the skin, producing an indescribable itching and burning,
and the yellow, watery discharge forms j cmtt cheerfully endorse your 8. 8. 8.
into crusts and sores or little brown and aa a euro for Eeaema. I waa troubled
white scabs that drop off, leaving- the wUn ' ' yeare and, tried many
. . . r ' . , remedies with no rood efteots, but after
skin tender and raw. The effect of the u.tn; a few bottles of 8. . . waa entire-
poison may cause the skin to crack a 1 ly relieved. Wm. Campbell,
bleed, or . give it a scaly, fishy appear- 813 W. Central St., Wichita, Kan.
ance; again the eruptions may consist of innumerable blackheads and pimples
or hard, red bumps upon the face.
Purification of the blood is the only remedy for these vicious skin diseases,
Washes and powders can only hide for a time the glaring blemishes. S. S. S.
anteed purely vegetable blood purifier.
1 Write us about your case and our physicians will advise without charge.
We have a handsomely illustrated book on skin diseases, which will be sent
free to all who wish it the iwirr specific co.. ja.tista
GOOD REPORTS FROM RANGE
Lone Among South Dakota Cattle Said to
Be Not 0?er Ten Per Cent.
ASSOCIATION RE-ELECTS OLD OFflCERS
Itesoluttona Passed Opposing the Oleo
margarine -Bill and ftesjueatlaft
Stay of Proceedings In Matter
of Removal of Fences.
JtAPID CITY, 8. D.. AprU 8. (Special
Telegram ) The annual meeting of the
Western South Dskota 8tock Growers' aa.
soctatlon la being attended by 1,000 cattle
men. The weather la excellent and the
vents are Interesting. All trains Into
Rspld City sre crowded and the people are
having difficulty In getting accommodatlona.
This forenoon is to be devoted to the re
ception of the visitors and business does
not begin until tbls afternoon.
Good reports are received from the range.
Loesea will not exceed 10 per cent gen
erally. They are heaviest on Grand river
and north of there, some estimates placing
them at 20 per cent over a email territory.
Losses on the Belle Fourche, Cheyenne an i
Little Missouri are light.
He-F.lect Old Officers.
The stockmen have re-elected all the old
officers as follows: C. K. Howsrd of
Smlthvtlle. president; H. A. Dawson of
Pine Ridge, vice president; F. M. Stewart
of Buffalo Gap, secretary and treasurer.
The executive committee stands as It did
lsst year, consisting of the president, vice
president and secretary, and G. E. Lemon,
W. C. Irving. Spearflsh; J. T. Craig. Al
bert TaddHen, Belle Fourche, 8. G. Shef
field, Sturgts; Eugene Hoi comb, John D.
Patton. Rapid City; Edward RUnger, Her
mosa; William Reed. Dakota City: L. J. M.
Brown. Casey; E. W. Thode, Stearns; J.
Q. Anderson, Chamberlin, J. B. Binder.
Pierre; J. W. Williams, Bonesteet; T. B.
Irwin, Irwin; J. W. Stetter. Volunteer.
Tbe arbitration committee consists of O. E.
Lemmon, I. M. Humphrey, H. N. Chapman.
Tbe report of the executive committee
showed (79 members. Estrays recovered
lsst year for tbe association In Chicago
were 4,371 head of a value of 8178.543; In
South Omaha,- 1,118. valued at 840,373; In
8ioux City, 240 head, worth 89,842. Range
cattle inspected Were 165,000 head, of
which 68,000 were from South Dakota. The
cost of inspecting at market points wsa
J3.300. For Inspecting at local points and
Indian agencies and for prosecuting cattle
stealing cases the association paid out
Resolutions were adopted opposing the
oleomargarine bill; favoring the Corliss
bill to amend the Interstate commerce law
favoring the establishment of a permanent
live stock classified census; endorsing the
Grosvenor pure food bill, and calling on
the president to stay proceedings against
persona who have fences on the govern
A feature of the meeting was a speech
by ex-Congressman Jerry Simpson of Ksn
eas, who represents the National Live Stock
The land leasing scheme is being dis
cussed tonight, but It Is not .thought the
convention can come to any agreement.
LARGE .REAL ESTATE DEAL
Twenty-One Sections of South Da.
kota Land Sold for Five Dol
lars am Acre.
PIERRE, 8. D., April 8, (Special.)
Probably the largest real estate deal yet
made in tnis part ot toe state was con
cluded last -jaeek. whereby tbe Oaa Belt
Land and Abstract company of this city
bought from the Colonial and United States
Mortgage company of St. Paul all the hold
ings of the latter concern In Hyde and
Tbe purchase Involved a consideration of
over 150.000 and the exchange t eighty-four
quarter sections of land.
It is understood the price paid for the
lands was nearly $5 per acre and the tracts
are said to be choice land. This removes
from tbe market In this section practically
all the low-priced lands to be bad.
Game Wardens for South Dakota.
PIERRE, 8. D.. April 8. (Special.) Gov
ernor nerreia appointea a list of game
rdena for a number of counties of the
state. The governor la appointing men to
thla position, who are working to the en
forcement of the game laws.
Tbe list just appointed Is: Aurora F. W.
Radecke. Plankinton;. Brookings 8. N.
Blair. Volga; Charles Mix E. M. Cushmsa,
platte; Codington John McMatte, Water
town; Davlaon W. B. Dodson, Mitchell;
Day John R. Taylor, Webater; Deuel H. H.
Herrlck, Gary; Kingsbury G. M. Goiely,
Arlington; Minnehaha John W. Hutchin
son, Sioux Falls; Potter E. C. Adams,
Gettysburg; Sanborn Harry M. Hopkins,
Letcher; Turner John Andrew, Hurley;
Yankton E. V. Hlgbee, Yankton.
Boy Falls to Explain.
YANKTON. 8. D., April 8. (Special.)
Eddie Hewer, aon ot Jamea Hewer of Jamea
vllle of this county, mysteriously disap
peared from his home last Saturday night,
and has not been heard of since. A abort
letter waa left behind him. In which he aaya
no one is to blame far his audden disap
pearance, and expressing himself aa highly
devoted to hla home people. In the letter
he promised later to explain everything
that seems mysterious now. A letter waa
received from him later, dated at Gayvllle,
It consisted of but a few llnea and nothing
tn addition to tbe first mentioned. He haa
alwaya been a good, stesdy, hard working
boy, and his strange bebsvlor has been
grief and a surprise to the entire neigh
eradicates all poisonous accumulations, antidotes the
yric and other acids, and restores the blood to its wonted
purity, and stimulates and revitalizes the sluggish
organs, and the impurities pass off through the various
channels and relieve the skin. S. S. S. is the only guar
It contains no Arsenic, Potash or other
TbUalosaarels a every ham ot tk taaates
Laxative Bromo-Ouinine Tabua
MISS LEEMING'S RECOVERY
Alter Suffering with Catarrh
. Years Pa - ru
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Miss Alice Leemlng, 2074 St. Catherine street, Montreal, Can., writes:
"I can conscientiously endorse l'ertina. I sulTcrcJ for five years with
dyspepsia, which Impaired my general health and deprived me of my
usual nerve force. I spent much money on remedies and prescriptions
without any benefit until I tried Peruna. Before the first hot tie waa
used I felt much better and after ten weeks' treatment I was n new
woman and in perfect health. I cannot speak too highly of Peruna."
The w en. are all talking about Peruna.
Of course they are. Why should tbey not?
Peruna Is the remedy that cured them. If
they have a cold, Peruna cures them. Thty
found that out by experience.
It they are hoarse or have a cough, they
find Peruna; an unfailing remedy. Weak
lungs, and 'ever the 'first stages of con
sumption, Peruna promptly) restores, and
then there are a host of women who have a
alight derangement of the stomach and di
gestive organs. All these derangements
are of a catarrhal nature. Peruna comes
to the reacue at once. A very, short course
of Peruna is sufficient to put the stomach
right and to make the assimilation of the
But this is not all. This does now ex
actly explain why the women especially
are talking about Peruna. Men,, tbe same
as . women, have found Peruna useful lu
the above mentioned ailments. The reason
that Peruna Is such a special favorite with
women la something more than all this.
Women aro subject to pelvic catarrh.
This condition haa been called all aorta of
names and Is often referred to under the
general phase, female diseases. Peruna
curea these cases. Peruna cures thm be.
cause 1 cures catarrh wherever located.
The nature of most of these ailments is ca
tarrhal. Catarrh is liable to attack any organ of
the body. It Is especially liable to attack
one or more organs of tbe female pelvis.
No wonder women talk about Peruna. No
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ALL CASES OF
DEAFNESS OR HARD HEARING
ARE NOW CURABLE
by our new invention. Only those born deaf are incurable.
HEAD NOISES CEASE IMMEDIATELY.
P. A. WERMAN, OF BALTIMORE, 8AY8I
" Baltimore. Md , March w. iqoi.
Gtntlrmm . Being entirely cured of deafneaa. thanks to your treatment, 1 will now give you
a full history of my cae, to be ued at your diHcretion.
About five years ago mv right ear began to aing, and this kept on grttinj worse, until I lot
my hearing in this esr entirely.
1 underwent s treatment for catarrh, for three month, without sny miceon, conmilted a num
ber of physicians, among others, the most eminent car fpecialist of this city, who told me that
only ao operation could help me, and even that only teiniiorarily, that the head noiaea would
then cease, but the hearing in the affected ear would be loit forever.
I then taw your advertisement accidentally hi a New York paper, and ordered vour trest-
ment. After I had used it only a few days according to your direction, the noitesreaked. and
to-day. after five week, my hearing in the diseased ear haa been entirely reitored. I thank you
heartily and beg to remain very truly your.
r. A. WERMAN, jog. Broadway, Baltimore, Md.
Our treatment doe not interfere with your uhuhI occupation,
E"Jvi!c-.re."d ?DU CAN CURE YOURSELF AT HOME J at' ".T,B4
INTERNATIONAL AURAL CLINIC, 596 LA SALLE AVE CHICAGO, ILL. ,
' '. : '
We have a suite of rooms with, a fire and
burglar proof vault. It eontn.nts of 1
waiting room and two smaller rooms.
Electric light. Hardwood floors.
THE BEE BUILDING
t , It will be a pleasure to work In office
like these. The rtnt is $40. We hare
another single good sized office with n
vault, only $17.50.
R, C, PETERS & CO,, (iKOU.ND FLOOR, III E LDG
of the Stomach For Five
- na Cured,
MISS ALICE LbEMING.
wonder they think it is the greatest medi
cine in the world.
Misa Mildred Welsh. 208 State street, 8t
Joseph, Mich., President of St. Joe Art
knowing the value
of " Peruna as . a
woman 'a remedy,
I have wished
that the wom.i
all over the land
could know of
Jts One qualities
as a remedy es
to their pi'cuVsr
Ills. My own is- -perlence
ruha has been
Miss Mildred Welsh,
Btt Joseph, Mo.
alld I advocate it to my sintering sisters.' I
MIS3 MILDRED WELSH.
Peruna cures the catarrh wherever lo-
cated. Peruna is not a gucsa nor an ex
perimentIt Is sn absolute scientific cer
tainty. Peruna has no substitutes no ri
vals. Insist upon having Peruna.
If you do not .-lerlve prompt anil
satisfactory results from the use of
Peruna, write at onre to Dr. Ilartnian,
ulvlnsr a full statement of yonr ease
and he will he pleased to ulve you hlx
valuable, nl vice urn (I. .
" Address Dr. Hartman, President of The
Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O. '
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