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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1902)
THK OMAHA DAILY HKK; SUNDAY, OCTOllKIt 20, 1!02.
Wonderful Remedy, That Awakens Dormant
Nerves, and Sends a Tingling Warmth
to Strengthen and Rcvivo flic
Vitality of Youth.
C,d M?SJ 'J?de YounS Again. Weak Men Find in it ihe
Cla-Time SSrengih and Power, and to Every
Man it Brings a Welcome Return
of Buoyant Spirits.
MORE EVIDENCE OF FRAUD
Men Who Yatad a Raoant Primary Election
Cannot Bo Found.
ELEVEN MYSTERIOUS NAMES IN ONE WARD
Pnstal Cards and Personal Investlaa
tloa Falls to Reveal Identity
f Vetera Wka I sed the
o Man la I.nat There la n "are t'wre (or Kvery Wrak M"-Dr, Roblnsan
To Ihe men who have tried every known
remedy to revive Ihelr waning power or lout
manhood, nnd have given up In despair, the
melinite of lr. A. K. Koblnanti of the State
Tiled leal Institute, the world-famed physi
ilan In the weaknesses and disease of men.
romes ax a most blessed promise. To the
doctor no weak man Ih Inrurahle. With the
wonderful'treatment that he has discovered
any sexual weakness disappears u If by
magic. ,The normal function are restored
quickly and positively. Mn who htve
nrcjurned their loan of power and manly
strength and after repeated trial of many
remejle and fumou physician have aban
doned all hope have, with thl remarkable
treatment, beep In a few short day pos
sessed of a splendid, vigorous vitality. It
Klves the' power of the mature man re
Inferred with all the buoyancy, aplrtt and
vlgoorus vitality of youth. The Immediate
effect of the remedy i to send a rich tlng
llnff flood of warm blood to the paralysed
nerves, awakening them to, active and
riealthy life. It la a home treatment thut
hae cured so many men who have for year
battled against the terrible mental and
Physical Buffering of lost manhood, that the
State Medlmal institute, of which lr. Rob
inson la tha dean, ha decided to distribute
free trial packages to all men who write.
It restores all men who suffer with any
form of sexual weakness, resulting from
youthful folly, premature loss of strength
and memory, weak back, varicocele or
emactlation of parts, and It cures at home
permanently, quickly and positively. It
Hives the warmth, strength and develop
ment Just where It la needed, and cures
at once and forever all the Ills and troubles
that come of years of misuse of the func
lions, for It has been an absolute success
In all cases. A simple request to the State
Medical Institute, 2o3! Klektron Building,
Fort Wayne, Ind., will bring you one of
these free trial packages. In a plain wrap
per, without any marks to Identify Its con
tents or where It comes from. The Insti
tute has had no many inquiries from men
who are unable to leave home or their
business to be treated, that It has perfected
this splendid home treatment and sends It
In free trial packages to all parts of the
world to show Just how easy and simple
It is to be cured at home of any sexual
weakness when this marvelous new sexual
tonic In employed. The Institute makes no
restrictions and any man who writes Is
, entitled to this trial of a wonderful remedy
i absolutely free. Those who write need
br.ve no fear of any publicity, as the State
: Medical Institute la an old. established In
stitution, licensed by the state for fifty
"The Man for the
Job99 or the Job
for the Man
EITHER QUICKLY FOUND
THROUGH AN AD IN
The Bee's Great Want Directory
and Liver Cure
The flnt name which occurs to anyone when they
find out they have kidney trouble. The only remedy of
iU kind which is absolutely gw.iranteed to curt or
We are Western Agent for this great medicine
ami have only genuine, fresh stock on hand.
LAST CHANGE TO GET THE $1.00 SIZE FOR 60C.
All poods delivered, day or night, in Omaha, with
out extra charge. Telephone in your drug wants.
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Evidence of fraud In the last republican
county primaries continue to accumulate.
Investigation showing that the casting of
fraudulent votes was confined to no one
ward. In the Fifth ward F. M. Hotchklss.
who baa resided on Sherwood avenue for
several years, moved away about a year
ago. He voted on a certificate signed by
W. S. Saunders and C. L. Saunders. W. A.
Saunders Saturday ssld that Mr. Hotch
kiss la a janitor at Lincoln, where he has
resided for about a year, and to the bet of
his belief Hotchklss has maintained his
residence at Omaha. The fact Is that none
of the family, so far as can be discovered,
live at the former address and he has no
Interests In the ward. One peculiarity
about the Hotchklss vote la that he received
two certificates from the city clerk, the one
signed by W. A. and C. L. Saunders and
another signed by K. M. Oney and M. F.
Sears. These two affidavits are on file with
the secretary of the county committee and
It Is possible that both were used.
In the Eighth ward three men who were
certified to by residents of tbst ward as
being legal residents and voters of the
Eighth cannot be found, either by postal
cards or personal investigation, and one of
the men who signed affidavits on the day
of the primary does not know them. These
men are W. F. Thompson and Robert Neale,
who gave aa their residence 714 North
Eighteenth street, and Robert Whltsley,
who said that he lived at 618 North Eight
eenth street. The affidavits In these cases
were signed by James Allan, deputy United
States marshal, and Jacob Klein, who lives
en Cuming street near Twenty-seventh, as
resident freeholders. When Mr. Klein was
asked as to these persons ho said he did
not know them and so far as he knew had
never heard the names before.
"It was like this," raid Mr. KJeln. "That
day up at the city clerk's office men would
come in to register, or be brought in by
workers. There was one man, a little
Swede or Dane, who Uvea in the Eighth
ward, whose name I do not know, who
brought in a hundred, maybe. When this
crowd would come In there would be a cry
for freeholders from the ward in which
these men were supposed to reside. If they
came from the Eighth ward and I was there
and knew the men, I would sign the affi
davits. If I did not know the men I would
let those who did know them sign first, and
then if there was no other person to sign
who knew them I would sign after someone
vouched to me for the men.
"In these cases where, you cannot find the
men Mr. Allan signed first. He may be
able to explain tho seeming irregularity and
I will see him as soon as he gets back from
the Indian reservation and find out what
"Whit can you do when a man you know
say .that a voter Is all right and that he
cannot sign an affidavit because ha doesn't
own real estate? I couldn't refuse to sign.
What is the penalty for such an action? I
was innocent. in the matter, but I find out
that I can trust no one. I was there to
help those whom I believed to be my
friends and here they have made mo break
the law. I'm through with politics from
this day, forever, and sever want to take
ny part In any political work from this
In the Fourth ward eleven names of per
sons who registered and voted that day, in
addition to the much lost W. S. Esancy,
cannot be found, either by letters or per
sonal Investigation, at the addresses they
gave to the election officers at the time they
voted. The first on the list is J. P. Hed
berg, 614 North Seventeenth avenue. He can
not be found at that number, either on tho
north or south side. J. E. Block, 2312 Chi
cago street, is said to have moved Chi
cago, the date of his removal being given
as prior to that of the primaries. C. H.
Jansen, S26 South Twenty-fifth avenue, can
not be found at that address. Carl Ak
bert, 520 South Twenty-sixth avenue, is re
ported unknown at the address given. U. C.
Kettering gave as hia address 2608 Farnam.
There Is no such number on the street
named. Will Boas, Seventeenth and Cap
itol avenue, cannot be found at the address
given. Roy Willard, 214 North Twenty
third street, has moved, the date given
being about the time of tho primaries. T.
Hawkins and J. Lobman, residing at 419
South Nineteenth street and at 648 South
1 Twenty-sixth street, respectively, are said
to have moved prior to the time tho pri
maries were held. C. A. Lindsey, who gave
as his residence 2423 Caas street and was
j certified to by J. G. Kuhn and 1'. B. Ken
nard, cannot be found at the addreas given.
The above namea were certified to by F. B.
Kennard, N. P. Dodge, Jr., J. O. Carpenter,
John O. Kuhn and others.
George F. Wooley. In the Seventh ward,
gave the number of his residence as 2023
Mason street, but diligent search fails to
rtveal the man at that eddress.
The acting county clerk of Douglas county
has solved the ticket question to suit him
self, regardless of the form laid dowa by
the secretary of atate, and according to his
plans there will bs no difficulty In members
of the democratic and people's party voting
straight tickets, even though fusion has not
been perfected. Thl result has been se
. cured by removing from the head of the
j ticket the brace which mould together the
two fusion parties. The nominations mads
by the respective parties follow In the usual
manner, but a mark la the circle opposite
the word democratic will vote for only thoss
persona nominated by that party, while tea
same rule will follow In the case of the peo
ple's party. This change will affect only
the votes In the Third commissioner dis
trict, as in all other parts of ths county the
fustm is complete.
The county clerk's force la tasking prepa
rations for tbs election and the ballot boxes
are now being filled with the instructions
to voters, the blankbooks and other station
ery necessary for tha election. The form of
ballot to be used in the county has been ap
proved by the executive officers of ths dif
ferent parties and will be printed aa soon
aa poaaible under the law.
there are now more than seven republicans
expecting Judicial honors next yesr It Is
poslblo that this will not be secured without
a fight, it it Is accomplished at all.
The city ticket Is another place where
little Intsrest la shown. The "municipal
league," the republican members of which
wrecked the republican ticket last fall, and
the Woman's club, whose efforts were
against the republican nominees, have In
special and extraordinary, session arrived
at the conclusion that between the contend
ing candidates there Is nothing to choose
and that they will permit the members of
the organizations to exercise the right to
do ss they please, uninfluenced.
Reporta from Sarpy county are to the
effect that a number of graders have been
put to work along the roads near Gretna
and that an attempt will be made to vote
the men at that place at the coming elec
tion. From South Omaha comes similar
reports, and it Is said that some such plan
I to be followed. In Washington county.
In these places no registration is required
and the effort will be made to a wear in the
votes on election day.
RESOLUTIONS JF0R MISS WHITE
Teachers W ha Were Asaorlateri with
Her la the School Deplore
At the regular October meeting of the
board ot directors of the Omaha Teachers'
Annuity and Aid association the following
tribute to their late associate. Miss Ellen
M. White, was ordered spread upon the
In memorlam; For tho flrt lime In t
history death ha InvHded the rank of
the active membership of the Teachers'
A n n n 1 1 v anit AM a amrt, I , -
members of this association. wth to record
our sorrow In the death of our associate
and co-worker. Miss Kllen M. White. In
miss w nite many or us have lost a faith
ful friend, who oftentimes reached out the
helping hand or spoke the word of en
couragement or wise rourwel in the un
obtrusive manner characteristic of her.
Not until the last roll Is called and the
last report I In can be estimated the
worth and extent of Miss While's Influ
ence upon the young lives with which she
came In contact. Her sterling qualities
of mind and heart, her steady adherence
to tne nignest ideals, together with her
unflinching devotion to duty, eminently
fitted her for her chosen work. To Mlws
White thl work was a ministry, and our
friends need neither lofty marble shaft nor
eloquent epitaph to remind us that she
naa uvea, tor in nomes or the rich and
the poor her memory will "be treasured.
while everywhere her name will be spoken
reverently, for she was kind.
BOHEMIAN HALL IS FILLED
Tenth Anniversary of Aaatro-IIaiaaa-
rlaa Society Attended by Large
The Austro-Hungarian society celebrated
the tenth anniversary of Its organization
last night and a crowd that completely
filled Bohemian Turner hall was present
and enjoyed the occasion. The members
and their friends were welcomed by Presi
dent Carl Breler, who spoke of the growth
of the society and the good it had done
and expected to do. Following this a
musical program Interspersed with tab
leaux, portraying incidents In the history
of the Austrian people, was carried out.
One among these that created much amuse
ment was the "Immigrant In America," by
Mr. Breler. Following the program Alex
Schmidt and Mrs. Schmidt started the
grand march, which was the beginning of
a dance that lasted late into the morning.
The committee having the entertainment
In charge was composed of - 8tephen
Schmidt, Joseph Pestemer. John Greber,
John Wolfbauer and Carl Breler.
TRAVELING MEN'S MEETING
Aeeldeat Association Heara Report
of It Officer, ghowlnar Pro
The tenth annual meeting of the West
ern Travelers' Accident association wss
held here yesterday morning. The cele
tlon of officers and the report of the sec
retary-treaaurer for the year comprised
the principal business of the meetlug. The
association confines - its membership to
commercial travelers and the report of
the secretary showed an increase in mem
bership of over 1,500 for the year.
The national headquarters of the associa
tion was established In this city four years
ago, since which time the membership has
tripled, and the officers and members ss
well are very much elated over the record
that has been made.
There Is ons csndldale by petition on the
county ticket this fall, one who has not
made much noise in the campaign, but who
la out poeelbly to ascertain tha extent ot
his personal popularity. This candidate is
John C. Tierney, who desires to be a mem
ber of the stats legislature. Hia platform
and hia claims to recognition are unknown.
but he has secured ths required number of
voters to hia petition and Is ia the race ac
cording to law.
Very little la heard of tha Judicial cam
paign thia fall, as the republican candidatea
have aa uncontested field, neither populist
nor democrats having made nominations for
the office. The effect of this will be felt
next fall more than in thia campaign. At
that time there will be sevn judiclsl candi
dates for nomination and the democrats. It
Is understood, will sk to be given three
place Its fcaaYah, with a contest.
Fonnd a straw Hat.
People In the vicinity ol Eleventh and
Pavenporl streets were startled at a late
hour last night by frenzied cries for help.
When several men rushed to the rescue a
straw hat was found lylnj In the vacant
lot at that corner, it wan later reported
that a bare-headed man had been seen
runnlnx up Capitol avenue toward Six
teenth street. The police are wondering
what was doing.
Mnrrlage licenses were Issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Kesldence Age.
Lombardo Cristoforo, Omaha ?1
C'ristlna Pletromonlca. Omaha IS
Henry E. Strong, Oakland, la 72
Kosle Bhotwell. (.'arson, la IN
William Rlecken. Elkhorn. Neb 23
Margaret Aye, Elkhorn, Neb 22
Often begins with a cold in the head, but
it never stops there. The tendency is al
ways from bad to worse, rne simple coia
becomes a protracted, stubborn one, the hot,
wr.tery discharge from the nose thickens,
and is more profuse and offensive. The in
cammation extends to tne tnroat ana Dron
chial tubes, causing hoarseness, a tickling
sensation and an aggravating cough. The
foul matter that is continually dropping
back into tha throat finds its way into the
stomach, resulting in a distressing form of
dyspepsia, nautea, loss of appetite ana
strength. The ea-
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blood, and all the JO
tissues of the body CONSUMPTION.
and what was supposed to be purely a local
disease has become constitutional, deep
seated and chronic.
Sprays, washes, powders, salves and
other external remedies give only tempor
ary relief, and the disappointed and
disgusted patient finally gives up in despair
and declares catarrh incurable.
The only way to get rid of catarrh per
manently is to treat it through the blood.
The system must be toned up and all
impurities removed from the blood, and
this S. 8. S. does promptly and thoroughly.
It expels from tee circulation everything
of an irritating, poisonous character, allow-
ing toe innamea mem
branes to heal when
the mucous (Uncharges
cease, and the damage
dona to the health is
soon reoaired. S. S. 8.
keeps the blood in such a healthy,
vigorous condition that cold, damp weather
or sudden changes in the temperature are
not so apt to bring on catarrhal troubles.
S. 8. 8. is a vegetable medicine unequaled
as a blood purifier, and tha best of all
tonics just such a remedy as is needed to
thoroughly ana effectually cure catarrn.
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& FARNAM STfcUU.OMAMA. . '
LW,E J5S01WNTS -LOWEST TRICE'S ST jUDKTD QUlu
VUEb-tWe o-ie the substantial Cotccs iKat compel U re
ffcrruWcm all Stewd buyers.
I nderselllnir la the tiy-vtortt of thl establishment. The rare eomhlnatlon of LOW PRK F.K. HIGH
Ql ALITIKS and KASV TF.RMS ntake The People the atore for the neoole. Ton owe It to yoarself to
Investlaate onr claims, for yon will And It mean aavln of money to yon by tradlnar here.
Thl most exceptional sale begins tomorrow. eer before have we mode nrleea o low al thl
time of the year, and yon may bay anything; want on almost any terms.
ur Steel Range Offer
Two blgr line of Steel Hanaea. the Mar r'.state and the Art Karly Meal,
In all else, with or wlthoat water fronts, at prlrea that will appeal to
all economical bayera. Onr aperlal offer for thl week la to aril a
bole Art Karly Meal eel Range for aar.SO, npnn payment of S4 down and
MIIH FROM1SR to pay as.OO per month. Be Hire nnd Inspect these ran
Soft Coal Stoves In many styles, including
Hot Blasts, Wood Heaters, etc. Posi
tively the lsrgest Una in Omaha. We
place on sale tomorrow 100 Coral Oaks,
nicely trimmed In nlckle and
well made, all parts closely
fitted, worth $12, at ,
Peninsular, Model Norman, Home Coral and
Novelty Base Burners at cost. We are
willing to sell any Base Burner In the j
house at cost. Prices
II lit' I 111 1 117
Steel Cook Stoves, have all the advantages
of steel rsnges, but cost much less has
no high closet, but the entire top and
ovens sre constructed of steel plates,
asbestos lined. Special
Small Cook Stoves,
even castings on
No. 8 made of smooth
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE !
The last few days of our manufac
turers' outlet furniture rale shall hum
with business. If prices can do it. We
mention only a few below.
Couches, upholstered In velour. 6 rows
of tufts, nave the new sanitary con
struction and frames highly finished
In golden, neat designs and cover
ings of high grade velour, k IE
worth 311, on sale tomorrow, .w f w
lulled In golden,
large bevel plate
In design, worth
regularly Mo. on
sale to- 0 Cfl
morrow. .10. ww
ball bearing can
price $14.00, on saie to- C 7R
Iron Beds, white enamel, well con
structed In neat designs, worth
12.60, on sale tomor-
Combination Bookcases, made of solid
oak, has French bevel plate mirror
and convenient Interior fittings, well
finished, worth t&, on II CfT
sale tomorrow Ir 3U
Odd tu-fsaers, solid oak, French "plate
mirror, guaranteed drawer construc
tion, worth regulalary $14, 7 Cf
on sale tomorrow I iwU
Five-piece Parlor Suits, In massive ma
hogany frame, upholstered In either
velour Or tapestry, spring edge and
tufted back, exceptional values,
worth regularly $50. Ql Cfl
special for tomorrow ttliUU
Mantel Folding Beds, made of solid
oak, highly polished, equipped with
steel springs, with three rows of
support, worth regularly Q Cfi
$18, on sale tomorrow la,tOU
Chiffonier, golden oak or mahogany
finish, have five large, roomy draw
ers, new lot Jus, received, worth
regularly, iu, on sale g ie
vi l v
60 rolls Ingrain Carpets, In new pat
tern, go on sale tomor- OA A
0 rolls of wool Ingrains, In new de
signs, worth regularly
75c. on sale tomorrow
Brussels carpets, In a number of pat
tern, beautiful floral effects, worth
regularly $1.00; on sale fiOfs
S6x"2 Smyrna rugs, in msny oriental
patterns; on sale I Aft
hit Brussels rugs. In many new pat
terns and colors; on II Eft
sale tomorrow lltUU
lATJf'A FaDNAM STDEETS. OMAHA.
TH FKOrXaVH rCRJtITTJB AHD C-.BPJ5T OO.)
The people trust "The People's," be
cause "The People's" trust the people.
The People's Store October
has by far exceeded our expectations and for the balance of this month wt shall con
tinue to offer greater bargains than ever I n our
CLOAKS, SUITS AND UILLIKERY DEPARTMENT
MONTE CARLO COATS Of superior quality kersey. In colors and black, with circular
or Inverted pleated back, 31 inches long, lined with guatanteed satin, sleeves either
puffed with wide stlched revered cuffs, orklmona a 20 value, in our 9''nfl
record-breaking sale, price UW
Particular attention Is called to our Una ot silk and velvet Monte Carlo Coats, or
blouse Jackets, which we place on sale at
$1 i.OO, $19.00, $22.50, $27.00 to $50.00
IN OCR SUIT DEPARTMENT You will find the fashionable deml-tailored auitt and
costumes in exclusive designs and origin altles, bo two alike, from $$5.00 to $150.00.
LADIES' WALKING SUITS In all tha fancy mixtures and plain ma Q QD in OC
terlals Norfolks or blouse effects from UiWU IU J)JJ
We show an exceptional pretty line of child' or misses' cloaks In Norfolks, ulster
or Monte Carlo styles, among this lot are hundreds of sample coats, which are ex
clusive In design and workmanship and we will offer them In thia sals at less than
$.".(H) Girla' liox Coats, sizes 4 to 14, for 02e98
$10.00 Girls' Ulsters, sixes (J to 14, for C6.98
Misses' Monte Carlo Coats, $15.00 values, at G8s90
FURS! FURS! FURS!
If you are contemplating buying a fur jacket this
don t miss tne opportunity of calling upon UR
Electric 8ea) Jackets, with handsome beaver reveres and cuffs 22
and 24 inches long, for f
Seal Skin Jackets, full skins worth not less than $175.00 ,
An endless variety of Sable and Isabella
Fox Scarfs, handsome bushy tails and clsws
34 to tO Inches long $50.00 0 00
AND FLANNEL WAISTS
We are In receipt of new and stylish up-to-date
walats In new plaids, etamlne.
heavy madras, cheviots, velours, corduroys.
etc., our own exclusive designs at the
moat popular prtcei
Exclusive styles, advanced idsas, popular prices. Our hats are stylish,
but not extreme. They coat little, but have tha appearance of C nil
high-priced design. Look St what we offer, worth $10, for JUU
An elegant line ot velvet dress bats worth double JQ
Our entire liae of ready-to-arar street hats worth from 7R(
$2 00 to $4.00 go on sal at I J
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