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YohooKt po-meaacd sturdy phys
ique mod steady nerve, but bow have
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sttend to ordinary e)utie; you who
haveaararuf 'll-gourniaa- aftt-tne
slightest exertion; you who are dull,
languid and old ia splni at aa age
wha you should be full of phyaical Ore;
you who may feel that your lite la not
worth the struggle there ia scientific
mean of redeeming all the prectoc
powers which eut to be call rely lost.
Rave cared thousands aura as m,
buatuprrisaent with your health or
money. v will take the riak, lfsls
hoae do not cure you, your money la
returned. For year we have bees
caring nieaoa Ibeaa autUUctory Itini
1 00 per box, f for U 09 ican4 la
piaia package. Hook lie. Andrea
for Ml by JLunn as Co.. Omaha.
Dillon a Dri.g store. South inana
Davis Drug Co.. Council glut lav
J. H. WIESE WILL SECURE THE CONTRACT
Construction Work Will Reg I a as
Soon aa the Carnegie Dossllsa
of Fifty Thoaaaad Dollars
Is at Hand.
The South Omaha library board met yes
terday afternoon and looked over blda for
the construction of the proposed library
building. It was agreed that the construc
tion work should be let J. H. Wlete, as he
waa the lowest bidder. Wlese bid $38. 970
for the construction work and agreed to
furnish Bedford stone. Architect Kimball
rather favors the Bedford stone, aa he
says. It does not wash and Is durable. Nine
bidden for this work were In the field
and some of the bids were close. The
highest bid was $42,000. Four different
kinds of stone were bid on, but the Bedford
The members of the board authorised
the president, Bruce McCulloch, and the
secretary, Mrs. Talbot, to enter Into a
contract with Wloae for the construction
of the walls of the building as soon as funds
What the board wants now Is assurance
from Mr. Carnegie or his agent that the
money is at band to pay for the construc
tion of the bulldlnar. Work nn the alt.
will be commenced as soon aa the doner
signifies his wllllnne ta forward tha titn
000, which was tendered the city, provided
It furnished a site and a sum iimlnt
to maintain. Both of these details have
been arranged for and now all the library
board will hold back on Is the remittance
from Mr. Carnegle'a agents.
Corner Atone Cerenaonle.
The cornerstone of the Ancient Order of
tbe United Workmen temnl at rrt
fifth and M streets will be laid on Sunday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. There win t
parade, beaded by F. A. . Broadwell, as
grand marshal. After a band and a niatnn
of police will come the degree of honor
loages ana men the South Omaha and
umana lodges. Then will come the work
men teams, the Omaha central rmin..
tbe local building committee,, grand lodge
officers. Mayor Koutsky, speakers, etc.
At the cornerstone President Miller of
tne ouiiaing committee wilF call the as
semblage to order and will introduce Rer,
Dr. Wheeler as the chairman f
les. Copies of the Omaha paper and Uoal
publications will be placed In the corn nr.
tone aiong with copies of the article
Of Incorporation Of tha tannla u.un
Coins of 1901, tokens and regalia will alio
be deposited In the stone.
Quite a number of tbe grand officers of
the .order have been Invited to attend
and providing tbe weather Is fair a
oig turnout is expected.
Whale Sex-area (gaartera.
Through the efforts of the local polio
"oniu waa last night tent to the
county hospital. Several attempts have
.u maun 10 get wuaiea into tbe Institu
tlon. but all failed until yesterday. For a
week or more Whalan baa been kept at
police headquarters while arrangements
were being made. Last evening Superin
tendent Oeat changed his mind about re
ceiving Whalen and sent an ambulance for
Cress Temporary Manager.
By order of Postmaster vr.i
m mjJM . .
W. Cres has been appointed messenger to
-. . tun suosuttion at tbe Exchange
building until November 17. Th
ger will be required to make seven trip a
uj iu me mam omce, two trip to the
Union Paclflo denot and MIA trtn . I. -
Burlington depot. So far the department
uas not signmea who will be appointed to
the position to serve permanently and so
Postmaster Etter la at sea In regard to
who will succeed Major Cress, the tem
Glass Dealers Busy.
Dealeres In glass report that they are
unusually busy at this time and they ex
pect the demand to keep up until way
along In the winter. One glass concern
here recently received two cars of glass,
which la . being used up rapidly. Other
dealers say that they have all they can do.
Paints are also In demand and wboleeale
and retail dealers are overcrowded with
orders. It Is the same with wallpaper.
More paper Is being bung this fall than
ever before, so dealers assert, and this,
along with the paint and glass trade, keep
merchants on the Jump.
Wast More Walks.
Property owners are advocating the lay
ing of permanent walks on Twenty-third
treet from N treet north to P street. In
some places brick walks have b.en laid,
but this causes trouble, as the grade walks
are Invariably lower than the plank walks
now being used. The council Is to he aaknd
at once to create a permanent sidewalk
district on Twenty-third street, which will
Include both sides of the street aad ex
tend from N to F streets.
Reception to Rot. Wise.
A reception In honor of Rev. James Wise
was tendered at tbe Episcopal rectory
Thursday nignt. Ther was music, recita
tions and a general social. Rev. Wis was
greatly pleased with the appreciation
shown him by the member of his congre
gation. Magle City Goaalf.
J. B. Haynes. private secretary to Sena
tor Millard, was a visitor in the city yes
Evangelist Small will address the men's
meeting at the Young Men s Christian as
sociation on Sunday afternoon.
The BelleVue foot ball team will play the
Dodge Light Ouarda at Council Blurt this
afternoon. A number of South Omaha peo
ple have promised to attend.
There la some talk of forming a foot ball
team from members of the South Omaha
cavalry troop. Lieutenant Duncanson Is
heading the movement.
George. 8nyder. Twenty-third and K
street, hss moved to Kansas with his
Members of Degree of Honor lodges In
South Omaha are requested to meet at
Workman hall Sunday afternoon at t
o'clock to attend the laying of the corner
stone of the Ancient Order of United Work
CALL POLICEMEN THIEVES
Chicago Robbers Implicate Coasts,
blen In Big Bsrglnry of
CHICAGO, Nov. H.-Patrlck J. Ma
honey, a policeman, was arrested today on
a warrant Issued by Judge Chetlala aad
three other warrant were Issued for other
member of th police department.
The charge against Mahoaey 1 com
pllclty In the Barry Curren diamond rob
bery, which was committed over a year
ago, when T,00 worth of diamonds were
stolen. Tom Barry aad Jim Hark were
suspected arid upsa trial vers give
year1 sentence la th reformatory. Their
term have Just expired aad It la laU
mated that sen Interesting devejepaeat
In police circle are liable t result In
csnsequenos of charge they have mad.
Mahoney we arraigned before Judge
Chetlala this arternooa and th caae wa
eet for November 21.
Tbe new kind at Ceaeral Arthur cigar
are lew ea sal.
REVOLUTION AGAIN ENDED
Venezuelan President Onoe More Announces
BEATS REBELS IN VIOLENT MANIFESTO
Says Blood Has Kan Like Water
and Insurgents Leave Legacy of
Widows and Orphans to
WASHINGTON. Nov. 14. Mall advices
from Caracas, Venezuela, say the Irons
have been taken off General Jose Manuel
Hernandez, Dr. Flnol and tbe other pris
oners detained In the castle of San Carlos.
Hernandes was imprisoned by order of
President Castro to prevent him partici
pating In the recent revolution, he having
been a prominent figure in past revolutions
and an aspirant for the presidency.
The government now treats the revolu
tion a crushed.
President Castro in a proclamation, con
cludes, by saying:
The most sublime trlumnh has today
crowned the efforts of patriutlu herottim
Atttr seven days of areut and superhuman
efforts In the moat deadly and bloody strug
gle recoraea in our history, e,uou or the
right, 1 can say ,u)0 bt-nwat, have obliged
lO.OuO mercenary aaaaBsiua, hired for the
misfortunes of our country, to bile the
Uaneral Vlatoa and his follower have
now an opportunity to rejoice In their
work. In the aeven daya of unceaaing
battle they have Been the blood of their
countrymen run In torrents.
Three thousand killed and wounded Is the
lea at theae unnatural sous of our beloved
country have cauaed. They will be pursued
at all time and in all place by a fright
ful vision of wldowa and orphan, (he only
legacy which they have trnmltled to
their families: and so will It be with all
those who have uujuatly and wickedly
taken part In the most unreasonable and
criminal of revolutions.
The Ood of nations has crowned our Just
snd patriotic efforts and the peace of Vene
zuela, the doorway of her aggrandisement
and prosperity, la an evident fact.
Areoblahopa Conclude Work. .
WASHINGTON. Nov. 14 The annual
meeting of the archbishop of th Catholic
church of the L'nited etatea adjourned to
day. Th deliberation of th prelate, con-
V . -
duoted behind closed door, were confined
chiefly to matter of discipline and similar
eubjeot. It 1 stated that during the es
lon there ha been no discussion of the
conditions In the Philippines, as that is an
Issue entirely out of the Jurisdiction of the
TO ESCAPE YELLOW FEVER
As n Meaaar of Proeantloa Marino
Battalion Is Ordered Away
WASHINGTON, Nov. 14. A a measure
of precaution In view of tbe appearance
of yellow fever. It has been decided to
order the marine battalion away from th
isthmus of Panama. They will be taken
on Panther to Culebra Island, where they
will go into camp and remain for the pres
ent. The flagship Wisconsin probably will pro
ceed leisurely up the Paclflo coast to San
Francisco and if another vessel ia
at Panama the cruiser Boston, at San Fran
cisco, win tie ent there. . Montgomery,
now cruising in Haytiea waters, being no
longer required In that vicinity by reason
of the practical cessation of hostilities, will
be sent to Colon to replace Panther In
caae it Is necessary to have warship in
INDIANS STUDY NATURE
Class of Work Moat Preased at
ho Carlisle ladaatrlal
WA8HINQTON, Nov. 14. The annual re
port of Lieutenant Colonel Pratt, U. 8. A.,
superintendent of the Carlisle Indian In
dustrial institute. Carlisle. Pa., to Com
missioner of Indian Affairs Jones, shows
that during the year a maslaaun enroll
ment of l.OTS waa attained.
Th students earned during the year aa
aggregate of I3l,l. Th reports show
excellent results from th Industrial train
ing and that th school room work show
Increasingly aatlsfactory result In th ad
vance of the standard of scholarship and
Improvement In articulation and English.
Colonel Pratt say that nature study bss
a special Interest for the student and that
this class of educational work was piessed
with more system and larger results.
IN THE PLATE
From the field to your breakfast
table, the story of Quaker Oats is a
story of being different.
And there in your plate, hot.
tempting, satisfying, you have every
difference that could make your break
All the Quaker care, and skill, and
patience have been used to make your
breakfast pure and wholesome.
Make the most of it Cook it
right, as directed on the package.
Costs yon no mors than oats which are oet at whole
some, aad which hare not been milled aa carefully. Qnalcer
Oats is jnst as easy to buy. Yon have only to say "Quaker"
MAKE READY FOR BIG GAME
Yale aad Princeton Footballers Pre.
para for Great Match
NEW HAVEN. Conn., Nov. 14.-After a
snort prnctlce, almost entirely given up to
signals, the Yale foot ball eleven left for
New York today. They will not go to
Princeton until tomorrow morning.
The men seem to be in better condition
than at any time since the game with
Bucknell, which left several of them, with
injuries. RulTcrty will start the game with
hi head bound up, as the cut received in
last Haturday's game has not healed. Sev
eral of the players have lesser injuries
which will not Incapacitate them.
Captain Chadwlck Bald the player were
in good condition. He himself la notice
ably better physically than for several
The trainer haa worked wondtira with
them in a few daya, but the team is ad
mittedly not In the high spirits of that
which two years ago went to Princeton and
won a signal victory.
The. lineup will be:
Raflferty, left end.
Kinney, left tatkltf.
alas, left guard.
(ions, right guard.
Hogan, right tackle.
Bhevlln, right end.
Chadwlck. left halfback.
Metcalf. right halfback.
PRINCETON, N. J.. Nov. 14. Thi
Princeton foot ball team held its last prac
tice today In preparation for the cham
pionship battle with Yale tomorrow. Only
the lightest kind of work was indulged in.
Captain Davl said tonight that hut men
were in great lighting trim for the game,
but he declined to express- his opinion as
to the outcome. 8cores of people are com
ing in on every train and indications point
to a record-breaking crowd on the Held to
morrow. The lineup will be:
Davis, left end.
Hrown, left tackle.
Bradley, left guard.
lewltt, right guard
Reed, right tackle.
Henry, right end.
Hart, left halfba.-k.
Foulke, right halfback.
R, McClave. fallback.
York Team is Dleappolated.
YORK. Neb.. Nov. 14 (Special.) A tele
gram has Just been received by the man
ager of York High school foot ball tetm
from the manager of the Omaha High
school foot ball tram calling off the game
that wa to be plaed here today nn the
Kill held between York iilgh school and
imahrt High hnnl. owing to the weather.
The light enow that tell ljt night made
the grounds wet and slushy, making It
nearly impossible to play. The York team
Is much disappointed. The team hers be
lieve that soma other date can be ar.
ranged and that they will have the pleas
ure of a game In th near future with
GANS LANDS FEARFUL BLOWS
Knocks Helgrer Ont with Swinge to
Jaw and Gets Decision at
BALTIMORE, Nov. ll.-Joe Oan. tha
lightweight champion, got the decision over
Charley Helger of Hohoken tonight after
thirteen and a half round of hard fighting
before the Eureka Athletic club.
The colored champion was called upon to
do some hard work to beat the Hoboken
boy, who was no match for flans In spar
ring or ring tactics. Cans blocked many
vicious swings, but found that Helger was
capable of taking a lemarkable lot of
Belger appeared groggy at the end of the
third from right and left awlngs to the
Jaw. In each succeeding round thereafter
Seiger appeared to be all in at the sound of
the gong. In the tenth he went down from
right swings to the Jaw. took the count and
was saved fcy the gong. In the eleventh
Gana Ian-Jed fourteen right swings to the
Jaw, any one of which would have put an
ordinary man down and out.
The plucky Italian went down three
times during the round, but after taking
the count on each occasion came back
smiling ready for more punishment. Ha
came up strong in the twelfth and thir
teenth and managed to hold his own, at
tnough being aent to the mat In the latter
round. The champion rushed him In the
fourteenth and had him down and practic
ally out in one minute and twenty-five sec-onda-
Ills seconds threw up the sponge to
Hoyal Lanrer 'Win Derby.
LONDON. Nov. 14 -Royal Lancer won
the Derby company at the Derby November
meeting today. Klng'a Coarler was second
and Y'iSllantl was third. Nineteen horses
started. W. C. Whitney' Billantrae. the
mvoriie, waa unpiacea.
Temple Defeat Stift.
IliCAOO, Nov. 14-I.arry Temple, the
colored middleweight of New York, knocked
A grain and fruit Coffee nourishing and invigorating.
BOLD BY ALL GHOCEK.S.
W aV .
out Billy Btlft of Chicago In th second
round of a alg-round contact tonight at
the Transport Athletic rlub. Stift was
knocked down six time before he finally
uocumbod to a right swing that landed
squarely on ths snd of his chin.
YALE TEAM WINS GUN SHOOT
Boats Other Lalveraltlea at Interest
leglate Meet, bnt Princeton
Man Does Best.
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. H.-The an.
nual intercollegiate gun shoot, held this
afternoon on Princeton's grounds, was won
uy Yale with a score of ). Harvard waa
aecond with I6 and Princeton third with
304, Pennsylvania being last with 174.
P. Archer of the Princeton team won th
individual championship by making the
largest score, lie killed 47 birds out of a
possible 5t), which broke the former record
Itinera Still Leads.
PHILADELPHIA. Nov. 14-KIeven men
remain In the six-day go-as-you-please race.
At 11 o'clock tonight Dlnettn was still la
the lead. The scores at that hour wire :
Dlneen. 45; Cartwright, 443; Howarth, 44i
Hegleman, 440; Ullck. 433; Uoldan. 428:
Tracey, 426; Bhelton. 407; Davis, W, Craig.
821; Harrington, 3U miles.
lse Aluminum on Yacht.
GLASGOW, Nov. H.-WIUIem Fife hss
decided that the de:k of Bhamrock III shall
be constructed of aluminum, while adhering
to mild steel for all the essential parts of
th hull where the strain Is sever.
I.AN8ING. Mich.. Nov. 14 At the first
session today of the national granga of
the Patrons of Husbandry the report of
the secretary and treasurer, which showed
th order to be in fiourishlug condition,
were received. Last year ZMi new grange
were organised in the varloua state. Mlcbl-
I gan leading with ninety-slg. A number of
J resolutions were introduced and referred to
I the resolutions committee. The balance er
the day waa spent in visiting state institu
tion her, inspecting the local sugar far- '
lories SB conferring the seventh degree
on about MM prons by ths national body.
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