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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEt SATURDAY, MAY 531. 1902.
Hayden Bros, Begin the Greatest Sale of Desirable Spring and Summer
MERCHANDISE EVER HELD IN OMAHA, 1
The merchandise Is of the highest quality, correct in style and just what is wanted at this time. Head these sample items, then come and see the goods.
Groat Clearing Salo of
Suits, Skirts, Waists and Wrappers
Prices slaughtered. 500 women's QC
suits, the 1.50 quality wW
Women's and misses rainy-day skirts,
trimmed with several rows of stitching
rind with satin bands I QC
3.00 quality lifaU
100 dozen women's lawn and" percale
wrappers, trimmed with embroid- IE ft
ery and insertion, fl.23 quality "w V
250 women's suits, made of Venetians,
serges, broadcloths and other materials,
in all the new styles; all the new shades,
garments sold in this town as CI T A
high as 120.00, for Oi I
Two tables of women's skirt's in dress
skirts, silk skirts and rainy-day' A Qfj
skirts, worth up to flO, for 4ivU
Women's dressing sacques, made of
lawns; very pretty patterns, ERr
nopfonr fit aiu finish. 11.25 nnalitv. for WWW
Women's silk lined suits, made of fine Venetians,
with silk drop, f 15.00 quality, for
, 200 women's silk skirts, made of very best taffetas, Q Qft
worth up to $20.00, for . . ., QiUU
Women's wash suits, nicely trimmed and embroidered; superior
In all respects to those shown elsewhere, QHo
and only .....UUu
200 dozen women's white lawn waists; beautiful gar- QCp
mntH. 82.50 oualitv. Saturday, only UUu
7 A V T ' w
Women's wash suits in reds and blues, worth
$10.00, for . ..'
20 dozen women's wrappers with deep ruffle over shoulder, back
and front, 15-in. flounce, extra waist lining, made of
extra quality percale, for only lUu
. 50 dozen wrappers, $2.00 quality, 98c.
Men's $1.50 and 12.00 white ad colored
negligee shirts. In ell the best makes, on
tele t 98c
Men's white and colored shirt waists, the
gold brand, the only practical waist made,
on sale at $1.60 and 12.00
Men's 60c socks, In plain and fancy colors,
Men's $1.00 neckwear. In all the newest
colors and styles, at 49c
Men's $1.00 underwear, In plain and fancy
colors, at 49c
Men's 75c underwear, In all colors, all
sizes, at S5e
Men'a $1.00 colored laundered shirts, with
separate collars and cuffs, at 49c
Ladies' Fancy Parasols
White, black and colored, trimmed with
chiffon ruffles or striped borders, reduced
from $1.60 and $2.00 to ....98c
Ladles' One fancy parasols. In all the latest
designs, reduced from $2.60 and $3.60
Ribbons on Sale
Tes, Saturday Is Ribbon day. TW said
there Is limit to all things, but we havs
i not as yet reached the limit In Ribbon Bar.
gains. Saturday the greatest bargains ever
offered in new, stylish, up-to-dat Ribbons
for less than Ribbons were ever sold be
fore. No old style, bad colors or- soiled
remnants, but fresh, new, up-to-date goods.
4Vfco for Ribbons worth 10c and 16o yard.
lOo for Ribbons worth 26o and SOo yard.
16o for Ribbons worth 35o and 40c yard.
35c for Ribbons worth 60c and 75c yard.
Expert hair dresser In charge of this de
partment. Up-to-date stock of switches at
reduced prices. All beautiful fine quality
hair In all shades.
Switches, value $1.00, at .....$1.43
Switches, value $5.00, at 2.98
Curly pompadour, value $S.00, at 2.29
Hew Silk Belts
The finest line of $1.00 and $1.25 silk
belts ever even In Omaha will be sold for
All SOo belts go at 25o.
Ladles' fine Olorla silk umbrellas, special
Children's parasols, In all colors and sizes.
up from 10c
Boys' Mother's Friend shirt waists, In all
sites, worth 60c, at 25o
Boys' fine percale shirt waists, worth 75c,
Ladles' 60c fine lisle thread stockings, In
black and fancy colors, at 25c
Men's 19 size gold filled watches, guaran
teed to wear twenty years; screw back
and bezzel, absolutely dust proof, fitted
with 16 Jewel, Elgin or Waltham move
ment, Saturday $13.50
Ladles' 6 size solid gold watches, fancy en
graved cases, fitted with Elgin or
Waltham movement, worth $25, Satur
Men's 18 size gold filled watches, fitted
with good American movements.... $8.50
Ladles' 6 size watches, guaranteed ten
years, at $6.25
Men's heavy fiat solid gold rings, In ruby.
emerald and sapphire setting, at.... $2.98
Ladles' heavy solid gold rings. In ruby, em
erald and tourquolse settings, at.... $2.91
Great Millinery Sale
Saturday's prices on exquisite millinery
will astonish the most careful buyers.
Mark down sale of 25 beautiful trimmed
hats such bats have made our trimmed
mlllllDery popular; reduced from $9.00
100 trimmed hats made of braid chiffon
and mallne on wire frames, trimmed with
flowers, ribbons and chiffon scarfs; re
duced from $2.60 to $1.98
Trimmed hats on sale Saturday at 98c
White chip braid hats, five of the newest
and best shapes, bound with black vel
vet; reduced from 98c to 75c
READY TO WEAR HATS IN PROFUSION.
Everything is here; hats for the wheel,
outing, golf and street; hats trimmed with
silks, quills, pompom and straw braid,
at most unusually low prices Saturday;
the new Jumbo braid sailors at 25c
A new line of Panamas In castor, nutria
cream and black; they are certainly
beauties, at 65c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25,
$1.75, $2.00 and $2.50
Pashas and Fedoras to suit the most
stylish dresser. In all colors, at 55c
and up to $2.60
Children's straw bats, 25c, 35c, 40c,
45c and 60c
Mens' straw hats from 35c up in Panamas,
R. R. and Fedora shapes.
Boys' and men's caps at 25c, 35c, 75c,
$1.00 and $1.50
Come in and see our lines of trunks and
Coffee Vas Hever So Cheap
It Is coming Into this country so fast that
the coffee trust cannot handle It all. We
will sell a good, sound, whole berry coffee
for 7V4 cents. We bought twenty-five tons
Good prunes 5c
Fancy Santa Clara prunes "He
Fancy Italian Prunes 8e
Fancy French prunes 10Uc
Washington prunes 12Hc
California Santa Clara evaporated 15c
Fancy peaches 15o
1- lb ran baked beans 5c
J-lb can string beana 5C
Hasty Jellicon 7Vo
Catsup per bottle 12Hs
Mixed pickles 7V4C
Chow chow per box 7Vie
Large Jar mustard 6c
Olive oil per bottle
Pure currant Jelly per Jar 5c
2- lb can sweet corn 6o
;xxf rice So
3- lb. can peaches 12Hc
3-lb can pumpkin "Ho
2- lb. can mackerel In spice 20c
3- lb. can syrup 9c
Whole wheat flour 3c
White or yellow cornmeal per sack....!5o
Grand sale of fresh dressed chickens at
DON'T STRAIN TOUR EYES
by wearing Improperly fitted glasses. We
supply the right kind at popular low prices
Straight temple gold filled frames, 6-
year guarantee, fine crystal lenses, $4.00
value, at $1.98.
Sheet Music and Book Sale
Saturday we will place on sale Chopin
Nocturnes, regular price 75c; our price 45c,
by mall 60c. MendelBsohn songs without
words, regular price $1; our price 60c, by
mall 70o. Loeschorn studies Op. 65, books
1, 2, 3, regular 50c; our price 30c, by mall
32c. Czerney Velocity Studies, Op. 299,
3, regular 50c ) our price 30c, by mall 32c.
Kohler's Practical Method, Vol. 1, regular
75c; our price 30c, by mail 35c.
Hohmann's Violin School, comes In 5 vol
umes; regular 60c; our price 80c, by mail
82c. Cseeney Velocity Studies, Op. 299,
books 1, 2, 3, 4, regular 25c; our price 15c,
by mall 17c. We have the same worka
complete In one book, regular price 60c; our
price 37c, by mall 47c.
We have a choice line of folios, both vocal
and Instrumental, we are selling at 48c.
Some of these folios we sell right along at
60c and 75c.
Ask to see the nice line of 10c and 15c
sheet music we can show you. All kinds
to select from. Mall orders filled the same
day we receive them.
Pineapple cheese each
I Van Rosen's Edam, each .
Wisconsin full cream
Fancy Juicy lemons He
Large dates per pound Cc
Choice sweet oranges each lo
Butter and Eggs
Fancy separator creamery per lb 21o
Choice dairy butter lSo
Strictly fresh eggs per doz 14c
When Tired Shopping
m im enp oi oar aencioaa rorot
and a tasty, fresh cracker at our
demonstration. We are Introdacln
oor elegant cocoa and chocolate mm 4.
pare fresh crackers.
The most popular game In America and
Europe today, just received. Three prices.
$1.25, $2.25 and $4.59 per set.
.2) in iy 2)q
Saturday Will Bo a Great Day in the Bargain
Over 200,000 yards of wash goods, white goods, Madras and percales now on sale;
all colors, shades and styles, etc., made for the season of 1902, on sale at 2V4e, $lc,
6c, 7Hc, SVic and 10c ft yard.
These goods are worth from 10c to 75c a yard. Among these you will find the
fine st French batistes, organdies and mouesellnes, sold everywhere at 60c and 76e
yard, for 10c
The finest products of the domestic manufacturers, sold right hers In this town at
19c snd 25c and 39c, on sale at 10c. We ran show almost any design and color they
carry. Be sure and attend our sale early, as new goods are placed on Sale Saturday
morning that were never on sale before.
We defy any house In the city to sell you the came goods tor 6c that we sell at
2Hc a yard. They sell you the same goods for 10c that we sell you for 6c, and they
sell you the same goods for 12V4c and 15c that we sell you for 74o.
Positively no dealers, peddlers or manufacturers sold to In this room. v
The finest line of hammocks In
Omaha, from tR.no to
Over MO sets Croquet sets with 4 balls, I
bans ana onus, notn amateur ana pro
fessional, from to.00 QC
a sot to w9
Boys' knee pants,
Boys' sll wool knee pants suits, I
worth Z3.f.o, nt 1
Boys' wash suits, worth $1.50.
at c ana
Boys' long pants linen suits, worth
$2.50, on sale I
Men's pants, worth $4.00 and $3.80. I
Men's all wool pants, worth $3.00 I
mm fi.nu, on paie at
Ladies' 85c underwear. In vesta
and psnts, at
Children's 35c underwesr. In vests
pants, with long and short sleeves,
Ladles' and children's fast black.
full seamless hose, at ,
Ladles' lOo handkerchiefs, In white
and fancy borders, at
Ladles' 26c fast black and fancy
colored stockings, at
Ladles' 39c corsets, all sites,
Ladles' corsets, worth up to $1.00,
Men'a 60c underwear. In plain and
fancy colors, all slses, at
Men's 76o colored laundered shirts.
separate collars and ruffs,
Boys' 75c sweaters, In fancy stripes,
Men's 25c suspenders. In all styles,
He sure and attend our famous thirty
FROM 10 TO 10:30 A. M.
We will sell yard-wide unbleached LL mus.
Un, the heaviest and best made, only 10
yards to a customer,
at a yard
FROM 2 TO 2:80 P. M.
We will sell towels, worth 74c,
12Hc, only i pair to a customer,
at, each .
FROM 8:30 TO 9 P. M.
We will give one of our famoua
Wash goods In short lengths, organdies,
dlmltlrs and batistes, worth 19c to 19c,
only 10 yards to a customer, 41.
at a yard a1C
Several other sales during the da-y. which
will he announced on the floor before they
ilayden Bros Buy Shoes
From two well known manufacturers at about 45c on the dollar. These gooda are
now arriving and go on sals Saturday. The big store has offered you BAR VINS
before, but this fortunate purchase .enables us to offer you these goods at less than
the cost to make.
Men's vlcl kid bats, worth $3.00
Men's box calf bale., worth $3.00
Men's velours calf bals., worth $3.00
Men's pat. calf cong., worth $300
Men's sample oxfords, worth $3.00 and $3.50...... .-.
Women's vlcl kid lace, worth $3.00 ,
Women's pat. calf or pat kid, lace, worth $3
Women's fine hand-sewed vlcl oxfords, worth $3.00
Misses' shoes, the $2.00 kind $1.4
Chllds, shoes, the $1.60 kind 1.00
Boys' fine satin calf bals., warranted 1.2J
Youths' of same shoe 1.25
Boys' patent calf bals., worth $3.00, $2.75 1.9$
Youths' patent calf bals., worth $3.00, $2.75 1.9
A bis shoe sale all day In the bargain room.
Women's tan and black oxford, worth up to $3.00 89o
Child's dongola lace, worth 60c 19o
Women's dongola lace, worth $3.25 $1.19
Women's serge slippers, worth $5c .. ... 23o
Mens satin calf bals., fully worth $4.75 ,t. .....$1.00
SCIENCE OF RIGHT EATING
Fallacy of the Theory, "Eat What You
Please and Be Healthy."
HASTE AT THE TABLE TEMPTS TROUBLE
Trial of Those Who Adopt Rational,
Simple Foods Tips oa Soaad
Phyalqa. from aa Ex
pert oa Athletics.
Personal experience after ft fair trial of
Several diets carefully chosen, carefully
cooked If necessary and 'carefully eaten,
can be the only safe guide. Yet theories
aa to the value of different foods may not
be altogether valueless; they may save un
The man who has read ft book oh cricket
la not necessarily Grace or Ranjutslnhjt;
ha need not be able to play cricket. The
man who has read or even written ft book
on food or on physiology need not know
how or what to eat, or, at any rats, he
need not betray by his way of living that
he knows anything on ths subject. There
re many well known "scientists" who
can tell you all aorta of facts about tissues
nd blood, and whoas diet would lead one
to suppose that all these facts were abso
lute lies. They will tell you ths elements
of the healthy body aad will make no effort
to seek these elements and thess only when
they choose their meals, or when they
leave their meals to be chosen by supremely
ignorant cooks. How rare Is the man who
writes and yet believes!
On the other hand, there are Ignorant
uninformed folk who keep practically every
law of nature by beautifully correct In
stinct. They know nothing about cancer,
epilepsy, apoplexy, consumption, gastritis.
ptomaines, toxins, acid fermentations, or
even about protelds, carbo-hydrates or cel
lulose. Perhapa the think that the last
named la chiefly used for collars and ping
pong balls. They simply do what Is right.
Dyspepsia for them Is mere name, per
hapa they can not even afford It. These
people are the bane of civilisation. They
re the genius-eaters. They say: "We only
eat what we want to. We are healthy
Therefore, you should eat what you want
to. what you desire to eat, what you In
stinctively hunger for, aad then you will
( be healthy also."
Hearing this advice from so abls rep
resentatlve of bia creed, off loafs the red
nosed toper to the pub round the comer
for doesn't he want alcohol? while the tat
dowagr puds along to the restaurant and
orders ths very richest of sweet and fat
foods and other such things? Why? Be-
Buy GlilY the GENVINE.
, Maria Fariaaj e'J
EAU DC COLOGNE
Is m4 by all Kojsl haads of
Joropa. Tbe Boat IWUoaable
scant of to-tUy, vary vc freshing,
luunf , nt ud dcllcat I pio.
euo aa stmoauSer of fuKlntttng, exqulttts r-
Tun.V!1 inn aauai rurvt-aA
For sale by
W. R. BENNETT CO.
V W. Cor. lata and Harney f U.
cause they desire such things, and because
eome whf nan aafa.lv rail v am thatli .,. In
stincts say that Instinct must therefore be
io oesi guiae ior an.
If you are solnr ta harnma health mnA
vigorous you will have to get that notion
out oi your neaa. it is only the pure
blooded and strong-blooded that can aafetr
trust their desires. And Imagine what
that mean to be able to trust yeur de
sires, to know that whatever you want to
do 1 the right thing to do. You will have
as Ires aa oowerful aa thnaa nf tha At.n.
maniac CaA VOU Imaa-ina ana. .twin...
and you will enjoy satisfying them; but
iney win oe good desires, and to satisfy
them will be your duty. That la what per
fect health means, and therefore to gain
neaita is abundantly worth while, even If
you have to spend month or six months
or year In doing It. Picture It for a mo.
ment. It Is one's Idea of besven. What
ever One wanta to do. this nna maw An mnA
one should do. Surely there can be no
ower oennitlon of perfect, health.
For we do not alwava want in ha milling
the reins and to be saying to ourselves,
no, you shan't!"
Carefalaeaa the Watchword.
BUt till OUr blOOd la BUM anil atrnnar w.
have to be watching carefully, resisting
temptAtlon, using up our energies In this
negative kind of work Instead of creating
oroaining. instead of oeing something
Now the first thing I want you to under
stand Is that, if you are at all unhealthy
i ana nearly every one Is considerably so),
then your feelings are no safe guide. And
I will give you Iwo absolutely convincing
My old friend Dr. Ba-and-fln traatait
I don't know how manr cases of all aorta
of lllnea. He has many ways of restoring
health; one process alone he has applied to
over 10,000 caaes with ths most wonderful
effects. Water treatments and one or ton
meals day are among his favorite. With
the muck that he has drawn from the sys
tems of his Datlenta ha mtaht hava atartarf
a large and. of. course, successful drug
shop. What drug ahop Is not successful?
now ns oaa one gluttonous patient. She
had finished her dinner before o'clock one
night and before 10 o'clock she demanded
supper, saying that sha could not on
an smpty stomach. My friend assured her
luai ner stomach was amniv atnrhat with
dinner. Bhs refused to believe it. He then
gave her two glasses of hot water to drink,
and by means of the stomach tuba fnleaaa
do not be shocked) he waa able to prove to
ner conclusively that sha had still her din
ner within her practically undigested. After
this she slept soundly, before this nothing
wouiq save convinced her that she wss not
smpty. She had mlstaksn ths craving for
food probably the result of acid ferment.
iiou m me aiomacn aa genuine hunger
due to emptiness. 8n, wm iufrer,ng B0,
from dipsomania, but from pelnomanla. If
one may coin a new word. A word Is sadly
neeaea ror this dlstresslna form of m.n.
ness. One may doubt which of the three
forms of madness the worst, dipsomania,
pelnomanla or chrysomanla, which la the
aesirs tor gold.
1 Aa lllstorta Iastaaee.
Here Is another Instance, which haa now
become hiatortcal. It happened that a cer
tain soldier, Allxls 8t. Martin, had his left
stds so wouaded as to leave an asternal
opening at least aa Inch wide, through
which ths condition and soms of the oper
ations of his stomach could be seen. Here
was ahanca for those who disapproved
ot any vivisection except such as had al
ready beea produced by war or some the
mean, iir. Beaumont made seme verv
suoesful experiment. He found that the
Using of the stomach might be so irrlutsl
and Inflamed as to be covered with ulcers
aad eruptions, and actually bleed, without
au. Mania Doug aware or the least suffer
ing and without his showing any sign ot
dlseaae that any ordinary doctor would
be able to detect. Is not this the most
striking warning to us? We say: "Such
and auch a thing does not hurt us so long
ss we take It In moderation." We can feel
nothing wrong, therefore nothing Is wrong
within us. But neither did St. Martin feel
anything wrong, and yet here the eye
could see the terrible results. The blood
circulates throughout the- body and there
cannot 'exist this Illness la ths stomach
without the rest of the body being more
or less affected. When St. Martin ate
greedily and quickly, when he ate coarse
food, the stomach became angry and dis
tressed. So Dr. Beaumont concluded that
an extensive, active chronic disease might
exist on the membraneous tissues of the
stomach and bowels without any appreci
able sense ot pain or even of discomfort.
If St. Martin had said that certain
things, let us say paper and mustard with
ordinary porridge and beer, did not hurt
him at all, and If Dr. Beaumont eould point
out to you certain things going ,on and It
you could see things with your naked eye
through that Inch-wide hole, would you
believe St. Martin or your own sight?
Had fit. Martin been absolutely pure-
blooded aa well as strong-blooded It is
probable that the effects of any miatakes
In food or feeding would have Immediately
produced discomfort, in 'he same way that
those who dp not take arsenic will at once
feel the effect of small dose of arsenic.
whereas thoee who are sufficiently
poisoned already will take without appre
ciable difference ft dose which might be
sufficient to kill two or three people.
All May Not Traat Their Deslrea.
So when one tells you try to tell your
self so-and-so (you know well enough
what) does you no harm think of St. Mar
tin, think of your blushing stomach; or,lf
tbs excuss should be "I want It because I
am hungry," ask yourself whether you
might be like the eupper lady whether
your hunger might not really be due to a
kind of fever In your stomach. Remember
how those wbt havs typhoid fever go nearly
mad In their desire tor large meala.
No, if you are Intelligent you won't trust
your desires or feelings unless you are
healthy. Then go ahead. You will get
there aome day, but before you do, you must
Your Inside Is mucb-endurlng beast or
series of beasts, and, when It does com
plain. It generally does so a long time after
you have whipped It and bullied It. It
often bears In silence 'Injury after Injury.
What years of faithful, pathetle brooding It
must tolerate! And then at last It either
growls or bites. In either case you aay,
"Ill-tempered cur!" It Is really the cruel
master that Is to blame. Treat the dog
well, do not spoil him and do not starve
blm and he will be your beat friend.
But there Is another mstter. You are
probably not alons. You live with other,
or you take your meals with others, and
you do not want to upaet all their arrange
ments, even If you can do so. Very well;
then begin carefully; try change for aome
one meal. See bow the simpler foods with
enough nourishment suit you for that one
meal. Be sure that you get your staple food
or basis of nourishment to take the place
of meat. Lart It be cbeeae or some nut
food, or perhaps peaa or begns properly
cooked. But for goodness' saks do not neg
lect ths material with which to build aad
repair the body.
May r May Not Be Raraaaaloaa.
A suddes) rush Into ft simple diet such
ss mine might perhapa agree with you
perfectly, and then, again, perhaps It might
ao$. who knows? It agrees with largs
numaers of peopls, I believe, but that Is
all. and there la sure to be seme opposi
tion, especially from those who have the
very beet Intentions about you. And per
haps you havs aot faith U the diet; par.
haps even all the athletic feats -that have
been accomplished on the simple foods do
not convince you. You may be sure that
you will die, your relations will agree
with you, and baek you up (or down). All
those who live with you may be perpet
ually HI, if they like, with Influenzas, colds,
coughs, headaches, grumpinesses. In such
cases the explanations will be that these
occurrences are "most unfortunate," "so
cruel," "such hard lines." But you, one
day, living on the fleshless foods, may look
pale. "My dear Augustus," they will say,
or "My dear Saluberrlma" you are killing
yourself with that stupid food of yours."
You have to be disgustingly well alwava
and Insufferably good-tempered if you went
to Justify your change.
Cloe to What Is Likely to Salt.
But one ot the meals in the day of whole
meal breed and cheese, slowly eaten and
salad dressed with oil and lemon (not vine
gar), or perhaps some milled nuts and
fruits that Is not putting one out much
and It will give you ft clue as to what Is
likely to suit; and. If It should not suit,
then there are many other varieties. But
anyhow, even if you should And out that
none of the diets proposed suit you ths
ons meal a day has not been such a martyr
dom. You will havs taken an important
step, you will have experimented. And on
that you can be heartily congratulated.
At first I only read of the alow-eating
or chewing plan In a book by Mr. Horace
Fletcher, aa American, the father of the
magnificent athletic clubs in America. I
may tell my English readers that these
clubs srs huge buildings, story abovs story.
In thess buildings there Is a gymnasium
on one floor, the gallery of which Is used as
a running track. Other forms ot exercise
may be had on the other floors.
Mr. Fletcher is the leading exponent If
not the Inventor of the slow chewing plan,
at any rate among western people. His
idea is thst we ought to msstlcate our
food so long ss It has any taste; to swal
low nothing forcibly, but to let the food
swallow itself automatically. Mr. Fletcher
has himself entirely gotten over the trou
bles of Indigestion, constipation, depres
sion and fatigue, whether physical or men
tal. His taste for various articles of food
haa become singularly acute. He gets the
greatest possible amount ot pleasure aa
well as nourishment from his meals, which
now take him lesa than three-quarters of
an hour a day.
El'STACE MILES. M. A.
burros. Others had to be miserable watch
ing their papas and mammas take a turn
at the shooting galleries and bowling
At 3:30 snd 7 o'clock there were balloon
ascensions. In the evening the "Passion
Play" was one of the interesting features
of the program.
Krug's park has opened successfully.
Long before opening time street cars were
crowded with pleasure aeekers bound for
the resort. The management has nothing to
regret and the indications are that the
park will be more popular, if possible, than
it was last year.
Too Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood someone
has died from an attack of colic or cholera
morbus, often before medicine could be
procured or a physician summoned. A re
liable remedy for these diseases should be
kept at band. The risk is too great for
anyone to take. Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy has un
doubtedly saved the lives of more people
and relieved more pain and suffering than
any other medicine In use. It can always
be depended upon.
TRAVELS IN FOREIGN LANDS
D. McKay Retaras After Seven
Tears la Japan aad Other
BIG CROWD AT KRUG'S PARK
Seasoa at Resort oa Hilltop Opeas
with Every Inairatloa
' of Sacceas.
At 10:30 yesterday morning the gates
of Krug park were thrown open for the
aeason, and within the next few hours
hundreds ot pleasure aeekers paased
through them to enjoy the music, to study
the "soo" snd to witness ths varloua
special performances booked for the day
Huster's band did the music art and did
It so well that many were unable to per
suade themselves to varats the seats about
the band atand until the last number on
the program had been given. Everyone
voted the organisation better than any
band that had ever played at Krug's.
Msnager Cole and his energetic assist
ants, Hamilton and Byrne, were there with
the glad hand and the good eye for the
pleasurs of sll their guests. Every man,
woman and child waa, given a special re
ception and made to feel at home.
One hundred sew monkeys were there for
the children to feed peanuta to and it will
not be the fault et the youngsters If a doc
tor ta not "monkeying" around out there
the remainder of tha summer. Come of the
children had good time trying out the
T. D. McKay, general passenger agent at
Yokohama of the San Francisco overland
Toute, Is In the city conferring with Union
Pacific officials before bis return to Japan.
Mr. McKay has spent the last seven years
In Australia, the Philippines, India, China
and Japan advertising his company and
only recently returned to the United States.
He talka Interestingly of hla travels In for
eign countries sod of the great Improve
ment and progress of the people In the
varloua seml-clvllized places in which he
has tacked his signs.
"China," he said, "Is making wonderful
progress. The entire country is being cut
up with railroads and the people are waking
up In a manner that la surprising. In
Japan I have met aome of the brightest
people that I ever met. Here is nation
that is progreeslve. It Is wonderful how
they can get onto things. Recently friend
of mine took s bicycle to mechanic to be
fixed. The mechanic had never aeen one
In six days my friend called for thp wheel
and found that the Japanese had made him
a new one exactly like the old.
"The Japanese are gratified that the St
Louis exposition haa been postponed one
year, for they are to have fair next year,
and they will bring to St. Louis soms of
their exhibits. It will surprise the people
here to see what they are doing."
In Australia Mr. McKay said he met the
most hospitable of people. "They treated
me royally everywhere and the newspapers
acre very kind to me," aald be.
In Manila. Mr. McKay said, wonderful
Improvement had been made since the
Americans had taken charge. "The people
are a pretty 'foxey' lot," be said, "and
those islands are attracting a lot of attec
tton. They have wonderful foresta there
that will Interest investors In a very short
time. I don't remember what they call
the timber, but It la on the order of rose
wood and many people have their eyes on
Mr. Harrlsnaa Corrects Hlaaaelf.
On reaching Chicago Mr. E. H. Harrlman
took occasion to revise his expressions to
"I did not say, aa reported from Omaha
yesterday, that the days ot pools and com
binatlons are passed." he ssld, "but that
railroad pools had been tried and found
wanting. Tbe maintenance of fair and ree
conable ratss caa&oot bs secured through
pools; that has been demonstrated. It Is
evident that better results can be obtained
by merging or combining the various roa'ls
Into large systems, making it possible lo
move buslnesa over the most direct lines
Ith the least resistance and at the mini
mum of expense. In this way etame raies
will be secured snd both the railroads and
the public benefited."
H0MAN WANTS SOME CHANGES
Would Have School Hoard! ttooswa
Kept to Conform with
At the next meeting of the Board of
Education W. R. Homan will preas tor adop
tion number of resolutions introduced
by him at the last session wnlcn nave
reference to the system of booniceeping
which obtains in the office of the secretary.
Mr. Homan In aupport of his resolutions
"For several years there has been in
practice lo the office of the secretary sys
tem ot keeping books based on the caienaar
year, while the approprlatlona of the board
are based on the school year. To Illus
trate, we appropriated this year the aum
of $508,900 for the use of the city schools
for the school year of 1902-3, beginning
July 1, 1902, and ending June 30, 1903.
When the February statement was Issued
I was surprised to find that there had been
Charged against that appropriation the ex
pense of maintaining tbe schools for the
month of January, while, as I said, the
appropriation, under tbe rules of the board.
would not become available until July.
This haa continued regularly sines then,
the statement Issued April 1, for tbe period
of the first three months ot the calendar
year, showing that out of the appropriation
made for the school year beginning July 1,
1902, the sum of $157,597 had been expended.
The appropriation for the school year end
ing June 30, 1902, waa $522,650, while of
this amount $492,(33.13 was spent before
January 1, 1902, six months before the
ending of the school yesr.'
"My resolutions will change the system of
bookkeeping so that the year will com
mence July 1 and end June 30, and the
secretary Is Instructed to make his monthly
reports on that basis. For several years
there has been a floating debt of about
$75,000 on tbe school board. Under ons
resolution that floating debt will be recog
nised and an effort will be made to pay It
off, so that the board may atart out with
clean ledger. The present system of book
keeping accounts for the error Into which
the committee from the Woman's club fell
when it attempted to. aecure statements
ot the expense of running the schools. In
some calendar years there have been forty
weeks of school and In some there have
been thlrty-alx, but in every school year
alnce 1895 there have been thirty-eight
weeks no more, no less. If the system ot
bookkeeping is changed peopls may learn
the exact facta, but at the present time you
can prove almost anything you. desire to '
prove by taking either the school year or
tbe calendar year as basis."
A Jury found Lula Patterson guilty of
the larceny of a $5 watch from the person
of Timothy Maloney.
William A. DeBord has commenced ac
tion against Stephen D. Bacon to recover
$5o0 alleged to be due as attorney fees.
Mary BUek has been given divorce from '
Joseph because of non-support. Carrie K.
Spencer wants a similar decree because
her husband. S. 8., haa been guilty of the
Ruth Rebekah lodge. No. 1, Independent
Order of Odd . Fellows, will give Its last
social for this season on Saturday even
ing. May 31. at Odd Fellows' hall. All ar
rangements have been completed and a
good, social time Is promised to all par
ticipants. A bold thief entered the residence of
Frank Rogers Thursday night, took $9 from
the pockets ot Mr. Rogers' trousers, 12 from
a d re Ke r and a purse containing l from
beneath Mrs. Rogers' pillow. Mr. and Mrs.
Rogers slept soundly during the visit ot
Police Judge Berka convened court yes
terday morning beneath a starry banner of
red, white and blue, which he had stretched
across the room, and all ot the nfieen
Srlsoners who came under the banner were
Ischarged. None of the prisoners, how
ever, were charged with a more serious
offense than being drunk. The Judge road
a short talk on Memorial day and dis
charged the men with the admonition that
today the banner would be removed and
hw would do business In the same old way.
Burglars Thursdsy night confined them
selves to residences In one block nn Corby
street. At the home of A. E. Wanek they
entered through a window and secured a
gold watch and other Jewelry to the value
of $15. From the residence of Mrs. Nellie
Willard they took 119 In cash. C. D. Can
non reports that the burglars went through
his house and tumbled everything out of
dressers snd trunks, but took nothing. W.
H. Karla heard a noise at his window and
scared the men away before entrance waa
1 rW- Jt i
and - maturing
tlU . mellowed .
into whoicsomenesa i$ on
lager." All .Anheuser-Busch
beers aro thus "locerod" until
perfect for use.
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BrrtMrs th Badwalsor. Mleh.loh. Riach dk Tan TmfU
rl.-Lar, Aah.u' . "'-"t ! nd tassUli,
All ord.ra pr.saptly ll. y
OE0. KBUQ, Hunger Anleuer-Bach Brtnch, Omi, Net
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