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f STRIKE TO TURN TDK WEEKl s"":;
THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: MONDAY, DECEMBER 15,
Will Either Be Brought to Clow or Con
tinued and Eitendod.
PRESIDENT M'NEIL MAKES STATEMENT
mi. inn i tne fourth or
tha !. ' Z . "Himprn peri or
month. ' "K,a up ,n tn
'are Bailer Makers Soeaera Pa.
a elfe An Ready to Walk Oat the
Meneewt Tkr Oct War
.. 011 rc,Ba trlk. bsvtng reached
1U erlsia, now real, en pTOt. At one
ena of the balance ti the settlement of
this long and stubborn battle; at the other
a continuation and extension to the entire
narnman system of rail roads. A state of
IKnitee Mr Line Tied 1 p.
The tKKlre street rar line m tied un
ror more than an hour last nl-ht hy the
1 1 1 r M I n a n 1 1 ft W a . . a
i. i-iiT "," oi a cr ascending;
the hill on It western trip. 1 he next car
V V" '"'n o P"h the dead one alonv.
airu. 1 11 inirq rnr sin
tered the same fate. The fuees In the three
were hurned out and the insulation set on
whpcaaary to use enow to cool
CI IT ha n ai'nlt,...
MUCH CASH OFFERED RACERS
Kratackf Derby Worth ls Thoaaaad
' Other Loalasllle Frlaea
T .T. I J I V 1 1 . I ....... .. ..
...... " . j ii'iu win M.inorrow an
nounce ita stakes for the coming eprlne;
meeting, beginning Derby day, on Mar 2,
vy.. Dec. 14. The new
club will tomorrow in.
()ntil1ihi.. ' .. . . rneetlnar. b
vam vo ontain. tne strikers and rnti,,.. 7A.
t.,HS "l'?'. tUt tw t0Ub, Th" I Ti c,ub hs recently bee;' reorjaniied
.railroad official! affect that same air of I v',n ""J01"- tlralnger aa president and
Ma baa marked their fir. A numtirf"!:!"."""'!-
-I iruiinirurtion, inciuaing a new
new nnrt.lnnlr mwA naa. .i.l.!..
- - ' . , ciuiit-s iu which cioee on
January 15. are a a folio we:
The Kentuf-ky Derby for 1904. for 8-year
Olda. value W.1100, one mile and a quarter.
The Kentucky Oaks for 14, for 3-yrar-old
fllllea, value 3,oi, mile and a six
teenth. The T-oulavllle Nursery for 1904, for -year
olda, value four and a half fur-
The Debutante stakes for 18. for t-year-Old
fllllea, ll,(K added, rqur furlong.
The Jinshford Manor stakes for liKW, for
Z-year-old cplta and geldings, 11,000 added,
four and a half furlongs.
The Juvenile stakes for 1908. for t-year-olds.
H.iioo added, five furlongs.
The Clark handicap for 1903, for 8-year-olds
and up. ll.Suo added, one mile and
The Krank Fehrst stakes for 1908. for 8-year-olds,
$1,000 added, alx and one-half
,.Tih". kO"1"'" Beeplechaae stakes for
19 for 3-year-olds and upwards, $1,000
added, about two miles.
In addition tp the spring stakes above
the Kentiwlc liarhu U(h 1 1." . ....
, . . ... - ' ' j i w,r -., 1 1 ir- rvriiiut'Ky
(lubl tl id id l . 1. . . .
?J now.,cloed. will a too be run at the
No purse, less than $400 will be given.
ALL-AMERICAN BOWLERS HERE
Ksperts WIH Play Two names with
Local Men at Clark's
The All-American Bowling team Is In the
city. It Is composed of Samuel Kurfe Day
ton, O.. manaxer: Al Selbach. Columbus, ..
captain; Karnest I'elerson, Chicago; John
J. Voorhels. New York; Ihll Wolf. Brook
lyn. The tenm Is on Its way eaat after a toi:r
of the west, on which It covered California
andother coast states. It will plav twlco
In Omaha, Tuesday afternoon and evening
at Clnrks alleys. Pitted against It In the
first contest will be these local men; M H
Huntington, U 8. Schneider. H Heselln; at
V.. ?,',. w,e no1 leam win be Mark Encell.
William Emory and Al Krug.
The All-Amerlcans will award three prizes
for the highest scores made against them
on the tour. Los Angeles nd San Fran
cisco have done the best of any cities thus
I "" unconcern that has marked their j g"r a mim
I conduct from the first, but with Presldeut In course of
, Burt hastening on to New Tork to see clu"house, n
tar 1 a- a. I Tho alaltoi
; na ds none toward a iettlement this
apt thy around headquarters looks rather
, "Somo vital turn will coma about by
rtha middle of the week, we confidently ex
I pect, said President McNeil of the boiler
makers last night, before his departure
tor Kansas City, his home, where he was
called on a brief mission. "We think
T something will happen by Wednesday. We
j expect to hear from President Burt by that
time. We hope and are almost ready to
lend ourselves to the belief that the end
, Is In sight. However, we are prepared for
f 1,18 othr result if It comes. We stand
I r.ht where w" hT n tnl engine propo
sition, which now seems to be the chief
lement of trouble, if Harrlman does not
decide to withdraw those engines I will
declare a strike of the Hnii m.k... .11
over the system, and they have given me
their word that they will respond to my
call without a momenta hesitation."
I n,MT' McN11 wlu remm from Kansas
City at once asd remain here until some
decisive course has been reached.
Meetings at Labor Temple.
f J?" b"r mBker nd "' helpers yes-
"K meeting at Labor tem-
r 1 tno general situation.
The boiler makers, through President Mc-
.o rrnsiuent Kennedy of the local
ana aistrict lodge.. id all the matters
which they have under advisement before
the helpers, and the helpers' president,
Dave O Donnoll, reported his part in the
conference with President Burt Saturday
when McNeil end Kennedy were received.
The machinists are still aa active and
I MrMTe at eyer M mlf0 M he black
smiths, and there Is harmony, between all
the crafts. They are working in co-op-ferntlon
and It is evident that If the boiler
makers should go out on the Southern Pa
cific and other Harrlman lines the ma
chinists and blacksmltha will act like
A letter was received by the machinists
(yesterday from their International presl
I dent, James O Cocncll, at Washington, In
! which Mr. O'Connell assures them that he
and the other grand lodge officers are ex
erting every possible effort In behalf of
the Union Pacific striker sod have Infiu
rnccs at work with proper parties which
ought to yield favorable results. Presi
' dont O Connoll urged Vice President Wil
son and the other machinists to observe
me moKt conservative and cautious meth
ods in all their deliberations. He In.
I s,Rts tht " l time to move slowly and
carefully and discourages anything like
Should negotiations for settlement fall
jand the strike be extended to the Southern
(Pacific It will add to the ranks of the
atrlklng boiler makers 150, and If the ma-
. chlnlsts strike 700 of them.
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA walks steadily for years
Packeri Eeceiye Enough Coal to If ike Them
NOW THE WOOD SUPPLY CAUSES ALARM
t'sanl Missouri Shipments Sot Forth.
PomlasT and Heavy Bayers Have to
Sead Fmeraenry Ordera
to Other Localities.
Toaaar Maa Reaches It. Laala After
Coming sixty. Five Thoa.
The coal situation In South Omaha was
ereatly relieved yesterday by the receipt
of enough coal to supply the plants here
for several days. Every effort was mads
by the packers, the Inlon Stock Yards
company and other corporations Interested
to induce the railroads to hurry forwsrd
nipmenis. 1 no result wss that for the
time being, at least, the situation Is better
iobu it nas been for some time.
8T. LOI I3. Dec. 14 Ocorse H.roM .ha
claims to have traveled more than 65.000
miles. Is in St. Louis with his queer col
lection of relict and souvenirs.
He Is headed for Guatemala, where ka a..
clarcs he will receive a wager of $5,000. He
Is 27 years old and has tramced ate.itn. .
eight years. Hs hss been In every country
on the globs and arrived In St. Louis from
the packers said to a Bee reporter last
night that there was no fear now of the
Plants being shut down for lack of fuel.
It was true, he tald, that cars originally
destined for use In the west hsd been di
verted east. This made a shortage of cars,
but now coal for all of the packers Is on
track and enroute. Yesterri.v's tnnn
not considered, at the fall of snow. It was
Biaiea at the railroad offices, was not heavy
t-uuuga to aeiay trams for an niy.j
There la. however, another nrnnn.1 Knn
confronting the naekera amt m a n .i-n.
This is the scarcity of wood. The packers
require a great deal of wood oak and
hickory to smoke meats, and many cords
INDIAN TRIBE DYING OUT
llarnrable Diseases Attark Redskins,
Whose Days Are, Therefore,
OCTHRIB. Okl.. Dec. 11 n-
a... ' UlHUa
atovernmptit rthvalolan t a a
' 1 - - i utjt one ana r 01
One of Indian Mency In Oklahoma, announce that
THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE
LABORATORY IN THE WORLD
a large majority of the tribe aro afflicted
wun tuoercuiosls. scrofula sni i
curable diseases, and adds that the tribe
win ce practically annihilated within -
The latest report says there are h,,t at
members of this once powerful tribe left.
lon't Areept t'oaaterfelts.
For piles, skin diseases
bruises, burnt and other wmmri. t'fM.
equals DeWltfs Witch Hazel 8slve. Dont
accept counterfeits." None genuine except
DeWltfs. "I have suffered since 1865
with protruding, bleeding nllea and until
recently could find DO bprrriikn Ant rai if
ays j. r. uerall of St. Paul, Ark.
w . ujcaia, uu many coral i . r. uerau oi si. raul. Ark. Finally
of wood are still burned In old-fashioned I tried DeWltfs Witch Haiol Salve which
j u. . uv uivbl ti idb noon i Luiuyiriru cureu me.
used In South Omaha comes from Mi.
sourt. It was stated bv One dealer last
Dlght that It had been Imnnssihla in .r
ooa irom Missouri for some time in n non-
titles amounting to anything, on account
ui mo wet ground. The summer and fall
Germany Reported to Be Maklnar
Great Progress with Them.
were wet seasons and the ground has not 0ur conBUl Benfral at Coburg reports that
frozen .to any depth so far, so that the Germ"n' h tnt-de remarkable advance
frozen .to any depth so far, so that the
hauling of wood has been delayed. Packers
have ordered wood f ram nth or rtnri Inn
the country, so that It will hardly be neces-
ln the las: eighteen months In perfecting
and utilizing the alcohol mntnf ITa At
tributes this progress largely to- the In
THE NEW FIRE PROOF SWAMP-ROOT LABORATORY. NOW NEARING COMPLETION.
(Sketched Kxpressly for The Omaha Bee.)
BINGHAMTON. N. Y.. Dec. U.-Who-
ever goes to Bloghampton, as I did, will
. .m,,, .u ,unl h win ninny m inti- ""ii io-tne in- ever goes to BlDgharopton, as I did wil
sary to wait long for the ueual supply from 'nBe Personal Interest which the emperor find a much alive brisk dtv with he.,,
Missouri as the nnr.h. has taken In the annlle.tinn . .iu. ! . mUCD BIITe' SriBk clt' lth beau
.wu VI HII.UUVI I V
BROWN GOES TO HOSPITAL
Yaunsr Man from Kewport la Taken
to St. Bernard's, Coancll
George Brown, the young Newport. Neb
sheep herder who came t ,. i. ....
week and was attacked with Insanity, was
i , - ' Mern'0 hospital, Coum-
rll Fluffs, Sunday afternoon by Police Sur
WM Mlrk "d Hahn. James Brown, n
brother of the patient, arrived In the city
during tho day from Newport to care for
him He claims that the young man had
at least $150 on his person, as his share
of the car load of stock which be brought
to this city and disposed of. which cannot
now be found. The two brothers claim
that they received their portion of the pro
ceed!. Brown will be treated at the hoa
pltal during the next four weeks with the
hopes or restoring his mind.
MALONE ADMITS HIS GUILT
ye He Committed Jewelry
Robhery and Had No
James Malone, who wat arrested by De-t-ctlve.
Savage and Davis, upon suspicion
of having been connected with the Range
Mock jewelry store burglary, proves, from
ths admissions he has made since he hss
been occupying a cell at police headquar
ters, to be one of the men wanted. He ad
mits his guilt and claims that he had no
pals to assist him with the Job. The po
lice. It Is said, have evldenoe to show
where Malone disposed of some of the
plunder which he secured from the store
It Is expected that he will be arraigned In
the police court this morning.
Groeerymaa la Held 1.
Bwoboda's grocery store at K1J South
Thlr eenth street wss held up ye.teVdav
evening about 7 o'clock by two men and an
Mr. hwoboda was In the shop al.Tne when
the two men entered. One of t hem covered
w.thhrou.'n,V5;,.Ver 'I1 'Wo l.hn
JaaUl &h.'""-pwlM'." w,th "'t unln
MoWr Th. iTJ,'U11n th wtch- ut no
?ook Vh. eon. h.er Tan l ,h "e time
look the contents of the v m Th.. ,,."
TSikm.nUdMnd 1Tth " ThVeen,hh5,tre;tn
The men did not wear maaks. They had
on blue overcoats and were both above
Clifford Hendricks, residing at Ml Pn
clllc, was arrested Sunday morning by Olll-
' " iiaun, I'liargeu wun petit larceny.
W. R. Mulllnger of 80S Howard street was
arrested last night for being drunk and
beating his wife. He has previously been
spprehenried for the same thing.
8. D. Luren, who Is staying at the Mur
ray hotel, left his overcoat lvlng on a
chair In the office for a few minutes yes
terday evening and it was stolen.
William Allen, who Uvea at 2426 South av
enue. Council Bluffs, was laat night ar
rested for taking his 14-year-nld nephew
Kre.l Allen, for a cruise through the Third
Harry Tennebaum, IB years of age, resid
ing at 1C8 South Tenth Btreet. was nrreBted
Sunday morning by Sergeant Whelan and
Officer Ryan, charged with the theft of a
quantity of Iron.
Nancy Smith, who claims to hsil from
Benson, Is locked up at police headquarters
on the charge of petit larceny. She Is said
to have stolen a pockatbook Saturduy nluht
from a pedestrian. Sergeant Cook made the
Jack Nolan, who was drunk, and Officer
Brady, who wished to arrest him for be
Ing In that condition, fought a draw at
Thirteenth and Jackaon streets last night.
The arrival of the patrol wagon ended the
Alonso B. I'tterback. who lives at Four
teenth and Pierce streets, was arrested
yesterday evening by Special Officer Oil-
wo uninn r-iicuic. wno accuseil
htm of taking a sack filled with coal from
Two newsboys, 15 years of age, were ar-
" cunun, uiuniug oy vjmcers Mitcnell,
Kryker and Home. Mrcham Is charged
with having "filmflammed" a friend out of
a small amount of caali. Kelly waa ar
rested while carrying nway It Is claimed,
some old Iron from the Fairbanks, Morse
& Co. building.
The one Idea which remained to Kddle
Hewett, a box car lodger, when he was sr
rested yesterday evening for being Intoxi
cated, was that he had been robbed of
James A. Healy of .221 Q street. South
Omaha, and Charles Adams, from a Fur
nam street lodging house, who happened
to be with Hewftt, were also arrested and
will be held until such time as the latter
can be questioned.
The funersl of Mrs. Henrietta Alloth. who
accidentally fell into a cistern and was
drowned Saturday afternoon, will be held
Monday afternoon at t o'clock from the
family residence, 702 South Thirty-fifth av
enue. The Interment will be made In
Kvergreen cemetery. Coroner Bralley will
r:.i"".l " 'J'M"T";.."."" ""oers mat
rn .aunc-u yunujr irom acciuent.
W. H. Alexander of lie North Kleventh
ana Aiauu jonnaon or 117, engaged
in a little repartee yesterday evenlna In
front of the house of the latter. Maud
ninnuiiiK in ner aoorway and Alexander
a . ""'"i wmi n ne ma driven
tin (A th. i Vi 1 1 i . .V.I.. .i .
displeased Maud, who daahed out and tak-
i. ui uiiKsywiup irora us socket hit him
with the butt over his head. She was ar-
i. . i , l"K cnarge or
a.aun .iiu u.ins louu ua proiane lan-
la. VII Ilia BirctL
P. L. Davis of Lincoln is at the Schllts.
M. J. Berrv of Hastlnsa la a. k. m.
C ft. Cntt nf TJnenln I. . ...... -m .u-
TI IlavMu. I. .--.-- . , .
at the Murray. .
Captain John M. Lynch, paymaster. Is
back from a trip to Fort Robinson.
Captain Horace M. Reeve, aid-de-ramp
mi iu. iu oi uenerai Hates, ha. returned
from a visit to the eaat.
Theae Nebraska ns spent Bunday at the
Merchants: J. II. A.lalr. Maxwell: H
Oltonger, Dakota City; Ed 8. Brown, Grand
Inland; I. M. Weaver Stuart: Dr. C V
Crook. Fremont; A. J. West, Wlaner; A. Li
B;nllinan. Columbus; Charles A. Hender
Missouri, as the northern roads appear to taKn I" the ai
bo in better condition than those aouth of Industrial purposes.
fl 1 I fl. Mova ,1.. II .
uuioua. "'o ucrmans are assertfn .rol
nbstltnte Carrier Homed. advantages for the alcohol motor over tfle
I - i:ni engine. 1 ne new motors
Postmaster Etter has namad Ch.ri.. w I i. ,. . ... . uioiors,
-. - cAnuipie, may oe nilea, oiled and started
Gowe. substitutn Vrv. 1 in i.k. h. r,i.. I i. . .. . .. i 'iu uu .unea
w ,: - irum iwo to tnree minutes: there Is no
o TrXX constant to supp.y them with coal!
mere is no smoke or smell, the welrht of
ment. Accord ns to the snthnrtt iu. .u- . . "-". iu weigni ot
B. -sy obtainable in all districts.
considerable evidence was secured by the P0Va oe. of .hi h . ' '.' 'rm
government against Oamm.ll whieh h i. ?.otf.10?!' 0t wh,ch ,no eraP' Produces
sunnoaed will h hr.,.h n k. " k" " 10,11 nv othrf f"'ntry In Europe.
arraigned In fedora. court for a hearing.
lneie was considerable talk on the : 7 . . --' -- me
street, yesterday about Gammlll. a. he was Tb ," t L T , , .
... . . - 1 QUI Tar It has ne.n Innnl i .
tlful, wide, asnhalted afreets ami eharm.
Ing residential sections. Its business
streets are decked with handsome business
photograph of the new Laboratory, where,
beginning with the new year, Swamp-Root
will be compounded.
The magnitude of the building is not all.
It mill stand for centuries. It has the
nnest of modern steel construction, with
.. uumuvn low oi moaeru steel construction, with
buildings and public institutions, but nono Oreproof masonry and cement arches, not a
Of them Can enmnor. In M.BnlhiJ. .1 nlaj,. nt Im t. A i ... . .
- .......... ... uiaguuuuD nuu t " w la u.ru ill 1 1 m structure 11
( beauty with the new Swamp-Root Labors- Is situated on the most central and torn
j tory now hearing completion. This tall, lnandlng site in the city, and has a front.
l"r' uunuing is me nrst ODject tnat age oi ai leet on Lewie street, S4. feet
confront, the eye upon alighting from tho on Chenango street and 40" feet on Lacks
(rain nt the railway stations. 1 wanna avenue; Its floor space amounts to
The building Itself s remarkable, be- ' the astonishing area of four and one-half
cause when finished it will be the finest, I acres, and Is to be devoted exclusively to
most scientifically built and best equipped
medical laboratory In the world.
It was the pleasure of Tho Bee to send
a representative to Innnert this hulMlnir
and from the standpoint of an architect,
scientist and senrcher after the beautiful, I
so well known X T ' " n"" Thu far 11 found that at It. 1 ,,ntl"t the beautiful. I
or over twcW. yll . Z otTLtZl Pr"eDt th "" motor compete." , with warmth. Ih.t the trip from
seemed surprised" by the charge that he '""r with all forms of motive en- NeJ ork was well worth while
had neglected his duties, especially as he 7 ... . n,y norse power" U L xn n . . v , .v. I
waa one of the oldest carriers In South i" .lhUS spted for threshing ' The f' "
Omaha, and was sunnosed to know what
was requirea or nim.
Mayor May Appoint
grain, pumping and other kinds of farm
The result Is that a lr n.-t .r h-
alcohol fuel produced In farming regions,
.tOCk examiner. Tho mnnHumn, anil
brought by Clark Howard was dismissed
bv the attornev renreaentlnv t-tntv.r1 .
it was found that Howard had no standing
in court, it being Impossible to find any
recora oi nis original appointment.
the restored health of their friends, to
Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and
bladder remedy, and I am sure they will be
Interested In my brief description and the
It Is possible that at tonight's meeting remote 'rom coal fields, I. already being
ui me cuuncii me mayor may name a u u uimricia wncre it Is dls-
I tilled. It la riinnin. numn. ...... .... me, 'He; , Dick. wMl you look after mv :ioat
,. I,,-.- . . . . ,ur cul" j for n mi mer.t ' I want to get a drink."
ting lumber and flour mills in .iha. ..I .. i. . i.i 'r "j .?L. .
, .v i sniu . niMim, inir sill prineii inn. ne
us service on the farms. i mnoe no fuss over the loaded tobacco.
The world Is talking from tin,. . .i . i VfH' 1.h'lt man r.rked. me fully a dozen
th. ri.. -nan .V i ttn.eH Hihi tr.y tc watch his post whl le he
me nay when enal nmn.... .in ... , ...v .. i .. : . . i . v. . . , . , . .
- ' " n ... : - " ' " ' r u . iic.ci .iicii IIUIICU III
ha.isted. It Is ceasing to wonder, however loa ied plug
teeMon of ,tu "7 ,hfl, PM" '""""iT" t''WlU rCP'aCe e0"' '? " two vear. laU-r'aurlSg
tectlon of the city s rights In condemn- already evident that alcohol Is to be th? Deccrnilon dav parade. I happened to
Ing cattle, etc., It Is reported that Mayor on" of the best and moat practicable sources r,e't ,,,r',,1e,, nd thought I would see If
koui, may appoint a stock examiner, or motive power; and the supply of alcohol K.Xco.F.W "ure saui
providing thero Is no expense charged up can never, like coal, become exhausted. i he. ami pulled out a paper of It that fooked
ais.mnv im til, inn iimjur saya mat ne " win ne aisllllea In abundance aa lnnir ' " "u,1"""' me ri.
n.nnn. .n . v. . ... .u-...a ... . .. ... . ... ouunuKiiLo long ; "Wei . I was In such nosltlon fh
mnn.H nV . u . ' a ue.u. are fertile. As long as the vegeta- i cn.ld i.bl refuse a chew, so' I took a wad
month for a stock Inspector who puts In tlon used to produce alcohol arnw. and ru It in my mouth. But it had not
his time at the yards. "It the stock yards will be no danrer of a f.n... .ha i.. b"r'! there a minute when I realised that
people want an examiner I will appoint l wotye tor me
one." said the mavor last nlo-ht "h... I JOKE CASfBi I x!2 ...iba.. .1.1! V.. Jij " rlr'!1?
- - - - wa - ' " "V.riM M f ntllfO 1,
win not burden the city with a salary of
the Swamp-Root business.
The building le eigbt stories high, built
of stel, granite and light-colored brick,
and Its architecture Is of the most pleasing
As is the present Laboratory, so will the
new one be equipped with the very latest
scientific apparatus for ths compounding
of Swamp-Koot, the demand for which has
so greatly Increased that the mammoth
new laboratory became an absolute neces
sity. A convenient switch connecting with the
main lines of all railroads entering the
city runs direct to the doors of the ship
After going through this new structural
as well as the present laboratory, th
writer was surprised to see the Immense
scale on which Swamp-Root la prepared.
But when, an hour later, I sat In the
offices of Dr. Kilmer A Co. and bad the
pleasure of seeing many hundreds of ths
thousands of unsolicited testimonial let
ers from all parts of the world letter
written by grateful men and women cured
by Bwamp-Root I thought these people
did Just as you and I would do. They sat
down and wrote their thanks for what
Swamp-Root bad done for them and asked
that their testimonials be published In or
der that all might know of this wonderful
Having seen a little mountain of these
letters, each bearing tho Imprint of sin
cerity, no one would wonder that this bust
ness has Increased as it has. and that the
largest and finest laboratory In the world
is needed and forthcoming.
It may be of Interest to cur readers te
know that they can obtain, free by mail,
a sample bottle of Swamn-Root. bv ad.
dressing Dr. Kilmer A Co., Bingharaton,
nii'i .not. 11c linn at iani VBUHH. II1B napping
V walked fid by Hide for a few blur tea
I V. 1 . . a. UIm. U in i. .
Spaulding & Co.
Goldsmiths, Silversmitha and Jewelers
Diamonds. Precious Stones
Watches and Art Goods
Prod liners eff
Rich Jewelry and Silverware
Oar patrons will find hero the opportunity for
deliberate selection which is only possible iu
ftbups having an unlimited range in variety.
pacha .n artistic 0?. latest form,
design, furnished. . guu
Our "Suggestion Book" mailed on application.
SfxalOnz k Co, Jickxon Blvd. Corner State SL, Cnlcafa.
! . .hJ Asrriai Smiling Dick, I nefleetln.a f - B-o...a
reporter, whose dutlea are 7o w,VhU n. ' New Ior,t "CM: worr' maK,, rybody
goings on In the Tenderloin precinct enme ' thin except fat people, who worry over
of the experiencea he had gone through ih.i i.t,...
since he Joined the force. tneir fatness.
ri j,,f V"c ." '" w'cn ne tooic spe-1 " "u w""i mat aoes not blow a
h'ovrn'pense611 ZfrnX T "
Fitzgerald, who la said to be the oldest JSS5 ,r''ln8 10 beRt h,m'
".tTw.nU!,'n','w- . .v i Tne man who wouldn't be a fool over the
qucVyToor woman doesn't deserve to have' III
a patrolman," said the captain "I was r,nl woman De a Tool over him.
ForVne'eonrt .?r.2rnDrnfixth VIn"0 and ! En8aKed P,P' Pt " magnifying glasses
fhWcorn: Thtl?ee6nrH,,hdere,only hen tho" ,ook " "ch ot"er't virtue.. Th.
a fe minutes when Kits came over and d8' tn7 are married they take them off.
c'hc;1nre,oh.rcco toe.W d0e'lghtbainCOwhlchWi T'' 'm,ntlo " 80 that If
never Indulged, so I told him that I had heT bare ,eel were ,n tub of he
none. Fits grunted and went back to his would beljeve that a handsome fur around
P'The next day he again came over and 1 ' Wk W" keeplDg her Warm'
agiln asked me for a chew. I told him I
.... . i n"ir. minaing tnat
havirg been refused kwlce he would not ask
again, but I was wriflig. for he came again
Pfiinninri cDDiva .
7. " in me i- ir.t i'resbvtrrliin
to arrew a aU to" iha" Hn"," 'l e"
church at Bt Paul. Minn. Hi. intention u
to as-unui the duUas of the new l-xUiia
oa Uat brut Sutulay la Jaaur,
"You're right," said Mr. Fudge; "I saw
nn thii fnllnarln. H.v n'h.M f - ' . .
, ; ....... 1 ' uriri nil 1 1 i'i 10 -
cure him. I bought a plug of the weed. : yelled the excited neighbor, "there't a rob
we.it Into a restaurant and
r..l nenner hW.r M.rf .h. i .l ""..t L I " 7" D"
pepper, and then went out to lay for Fltz "You're rl
"tl MM. . r. . 1 . . I . ' . .
ouw.i ne i.in. muiiK, crosaen over i nim enter.
and pu; the usual question. I drew out mv nM .a.. w.n . .
loaded plug, handed It to him snd took Dld TU? WeI1, y0U aon ' "e'm to
greit delight In seeing him bite of a great ' clted about it. Wanter call a policeman
rtd Ht thanked me and then went back I and nab the robber?"
to hU post, while I hung around to await ' ... ...
dtiMMntm. "No use. If t the man who examines the
"A'xiut five minutes later Fits called to Sal meters."
$")0 a month for a man who performs no storv of. r-n. , . . . .
duties east of the tracks." T ' Cb'W ' Tob-- Told by a
Should the Union Stock Yards company Police Captala.
decide to comply with the ultimatum of , Police Captain Richard Walsh, better
Mayor Kojtsky an Inspector may be ap- Z rJl?. Jl . asarclates as Smiling Dick,
uueennn ivept Bnay.
During the last few days Councilman
William Quecnan, who Is the chairman of
the charity committee of the council, has
been kept bu3y hunting up cases reported
to him. As a general thing Mr. Queenan
makes a personal Investigation of all
cases of destitution before giving an or
der. Mr. Queenan said last night to a
Bee reporter that within the last few' days
there had been a heavy demaid for coal
and groceries. These demands, he asserted,
he hsd BUDnlled aa well as hi. n..n. mn..u
admit. There la little or no money on hand
now to help poor people, as the general
fund Is nractlcallv exhausted. Nn
cases of destitution have been reported to
Councilman Queenan. In case there Is any
need for SDeclal heln Mr. Oueen.n a.-m ..n
the attention of the mayor and council to
Appealed Caaea Today.
Officer Charles Alstedt of the police force
had a number of subpoenas in appealed
cases which he was serving Saturday night
ana yesterday. Today In the district court
fourteen casus appealed from the police
court will be brought before Judge Bax
ter. There has been some difficulty In se
curing witnesses, as a number of the cases
have been carried along and the witnesses
have moved to other cities.
C'oaacll Meet Taalarht.
The city council will meet In regular
session tonight. There Is some routine
business on hand, but nothing of special
Importance. As lbs street force has been
laid off there can be no sidewalks or cross
walks laid. Some of the eaunellm.n Nam. 1A
like to see tbe mayor order out men to
ciean ine snow on the sidewalks, and. If
neceasary, charge the cost to the property
Mae-la City Goaslp.
A committee of the local barbers' union Is
jiuw visu in oraiung.a new set of by
r.iv mo. id indies or the Maccabees,
i tiF l MaBOI,lu "" " Tuesday
John Brlggs. chief of police, still was
laid up yesterday, but be was reported as
County Commissioner O'Keeffe has re
turned from Exceiaior Springs, Mo., where
As spent a couple of weeks.
Banner council. Tribe of Ben Hur, will
give an oyster supper at Workman hall
Twenty-sixth and N streets, tonight.
All business men are requested by the
mayor to are to It that tho aidewalks In
front of their places of business are cleared
of snow and ice.
Perrla Mhaala- . n. .
------ - ' - -vii ti. A.ir. ana sirs. K.
L. heeler. Is still on th. sick lit, but Is
reported Improving. He will hardly return
to rolleaa until at.- in.. . . ..
days. VU,"'",H nou-
It IrWlk. Ilk. .ha aan.1 .1
- - t vi.nuri.iiiaii.in prooeea-
Ings f r th opening ,f N .treet would not
commence until sfter tha February term
of court. City Attorney Murd..,k Is quoted
as saying thiit he la too busy now to bring
w u a.truuuu UJ III court.
then 1 turned to htm and said, 'flnv leit.
fill up my place while I get a drink, will
"He only smiled, and said, 'All right,
Dli:k, I know how It Is myself.' "
Phlladelpha Inquirer: "Hey.
January Cfh and 20th.
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Texas and to many points in Arizona, Georgia, New Mex
ico, Arkansas, Kansas, North Carolina, Alabama, Ken
tucky, Tennessee, Colorado, Louisiana- Utah, Florida, Mis
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Days in the South.
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