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THE OMAHA DAILY ItEE: SUNDAY, JANUARY' 18. 1003.
RASE BALL IS WINTER TIME
Fa Bill Eourke Ta'ki About
promlsr-4 t play ultta me If h goes out at
II as i-rorennionnl. I think he will play.
I In addition I have Mike WeMy of lam years
guprrlor, N'rb., tram, who Is now In I.ev-
enworth. The last outPrlder li Hamilton
rattrraon of Belleville, III., and there he la
"That brlnm me to the pitchers.
and to return the
ovrr to Ita side.
players It has coanel
WESTERN LEAGUE IN SPLENDID SHAPE
111 Start with Klaht 1 lobe Well Or
sjanlsed anil Bnrked and Uaicbt
to Prosper n Metor
Manager W. A. Konrke of the Omaha base
ball team was caught In a loquacious mood
'last week and told many fn--ts concerning
i hla club and his lr-aKiie. and collaterally
f tave his opinions ranlln? the base ball
situation in me major
"The Western league will start thefom
lna; season In far better condition than It
flld the last." said Mr. Rourko. "As It was.
wo wnnnrt nn vi rv successfully In 1002, but
our profpecta to bejcln on the
Nor can the complaining magnates set up
that they were not fairly represented at the
Cincinnati meeting, for Messrs. Hart. Herr
mann, Robison and I'ulliam are certainly
representative members of the National
elected president and. William E. Nicholl
manager for the ensuing year.
THAT ROW AT NEBRASKA CITY
Billy Rhode l.l Ilia Version
of the Frre-fnr-AII that
havo Podge Alloway and Oscar Graham on I league and have never bn accused of lark
my reserve list. Alloway la In Petersburg. of loyalty to Its Interests. That they may
Ky., and Craham In Oakland. Cal. I may j have foregone some of the points on which
call neither. For a promising new one 1 their colleagues Insisted. Is tru. but they
have Harl Johnson of last season's Sioux j surrendered nothing that was not already
City team. Johnson Is In looks a ringer i lost, and In return they won what will In
for the famous Lajole. Ho la an Immense j time prove a priceless asset for the Na
fellow. and strong and clever. I expect a ; tlonal stability In the bti!ne6. New
lot of him Ho la living at Rockwell City, j York, Iloston and Philadelphia National
la., during the winter. tnner pucn.-r. , league ciuoi no longer tonir.u wio Urnu, back wl(h larkB on nlro
signed are also all new men to Omana. of the base ball world, and while it la nara
There la "Duke" C. R. Carter of the Seattle to admit that the scepter ha passed, the
club last year, now In Seattle. Then I have j late cxars of the diamond might as well
Glen Wllklns,' who played with Des Molnea : wake bp and admit what has been apparent
last season. Ha 1 In Glenwood, la. Last to the public for a long time that their day
Is Tom OWeill. who began last year wun nas passed.
the naltlmore team, went to the Milwaukee
I Western league team later and hurt hla
1 arm during the season, ao was out of the
. . . V. T T I . In
. game for tr.e lasi two muum. i
n were about . . fc. v ... ut for
JUDUniUnlli I a. A niiou b K -w w -
There will be any amount of good
a Drigni as muu uu nltrhers
of this sesson. I . .. rtllrin March and April, and I
"In every department, players finances , wctul tQ go)ect a goorJ 8taff
and clubs, we were handicapped last year. I
Improvement for locating new ciuds ana g ,hat ,he Amcrran
and National leaguee are about to make
It will be a great thing tor tne
new grounds cost us 120,000 easy. Now we
own all that, so there' one big handicap
removed. Then the month of March found
game If they do. All thla business of con-
three of our clubs, Kansas City. Milwaukee j R back pye to tne
nd Peoria, without any players to speak , t tWnk (rj(tr arran..pd w,n
certainly be ratified by the National league
nf Thi rear almost every club or tne
eight haa It list made up entire and not
one baa less than eight men piamea. v,u romt)oi the eastern one that
Irnm . - ' ,
are noiamg dbck to rainy, i
at It meeting next Monday. The four west-
r.f one lnsina- clubs will be lifted
that side to the paying column thla year.
Peoria lost money last season. Thla year
a atock company has been organized over
there with $15,000 capital and la now in
the best of shape, with a big list of players
Igned. That will help a lot. And there
la every reason to believe that Milwaukee
will pay good money thla Mm-.
"Starting against the heavy odds we
bad to encounter, the Western league cloned
last season with 110.000 In the treasury.
We are well satisfied with that record.
Milwaukee. Kansas City and Peoria lost
money. St. Joseph, Colorado Springs and
pes Mones mnrte a little each. Omaha and
Dearer made big money."
noston and Philadelphia have already agreed
to thl. In that event New lorlc ana urooic-
lyn cannot hold out very well. If they do.
though, and knock the whole thing In tne
head, I believe the four western clubs of
the league will go In with the American
and make It a ten-club league. Cincinnati
and Pittsburg would be the two new cluba.
as those In Chicago and St. Louis would be
'We have the annual league meeting at
Kansas City next Tuesday," continued the
magnate. "We will elect officers. Including
four director and a man for the combined
station of president, aecretary and treas
urer. M. H. Sexton will doubtless bo
named to succeed htmaelf to the latter
office. Mr. 8exton's withdrawal from any
candidacy for the presidency of the
Three-I league 1 understood to be on
thl condition. He can well afford to give
all taU time to the Weatern league, aa he
will receive about 13,000 and expense for
"The board of director a It now stands
will have a meeting Tuesday morning.
It will wind up all old bualnea and pro
care it report for the league meeting.
Thr wilt come in the afternoon. There
may be a few change made In the con
atltution. but they will be minor one. A
regard the playing season, that will be
about aa last year. There will be a
acbedule of 140 game, to commence about
April 23 and continue five month.
"Our eight club are all lined up now
In good shape. At Kansas City Kid
Nlchol will again be In charge. He haa
moat of his old men back. Delehanty will
probably be playing manager for Denver
He ha ome new men and a good hare
r tha former nlavers. Bill Everltt will
handle Colorado Springs again. He ha
great many new onea. Joe Qulnn will re
main at Des Moine and ha picked up quite
a line of new player. At Peoria Big BUI
Wilson baa six new men and some of tbo
old one. Hugh Duffy ha twelve player
signed at Milwaukee now and there are
many old name among the list. There
Isn't a manager picked for St. Joseph, but
Van Brunt 1 pushing thing there and ha
eight men signed. I have eight of my old
tnnn hack and nine more new one for
"My team personnel ha been yarlously
published and predicted, but I want to give
It out now just aa it stands. Beginning be
hind the bat there 1 Johnny Gondlng. who
ha been on the coast for the winter, but Is
now In Kansaa City. Then there I Jack
Thomas, who will be lecond catcher and
utility man. He I in St. Louis now. Joo
Wright will be on first base again. He 1
now in Decatur, 111. I have another first
baacman, Lou Whistler, last year' manager
cf the Schnectady, N. Y., foam of the New
York State league, who may be with me
He Is a corking baseman, and I in St
Louis now. Ace Stewart will be on second
and I In hi old borne at Terre Haute, Ind
Joe Dolan 1 in town and will play abort
Ed Htckey will be on third and will come
here from Indianapolis. I intend to sign
one promising young player a a utility ln
flelder. I have my eye on the man now, but
got him yet.
outfield there will be Frank Oen
Ins. now in St. Louis, and Robert carter
who la in Reedavllle, N. C. Then there are
four new one. Of chief Interest to Oma
han will be Harry Welch of thl city, the
Crelghton university boy who finished the
eaaon with me in Stone' left Held last
season. Welch has not ilgned, but ha
. fielder. I
A haven't go
l "In the
A might easily have been surmised, a
great roar has come up from Boston, New
York, Brooklyn and Philadelphia National
league magnates over the settlement, or,
rather, the peace term adopted at Cincin
nati. Soden and Billings want the Amer
ican driven out of Boston; Colonel John I.
Rogera want the American driven out of
Philadelphia, and all his players returned;
Andy Freedman and John T. Brush want
the American prohibited from entering New
York, and also want "Big F.d" Delehanty
and one or two others who had decided to
Jump American contract to play with
MuggBy McGraw s collection during the
summer. And of course Ebbctts Is willing
to help bis associate get what they want.
To a man thus far out west It looks as If
the kicking magnates will have to be satis
fled with what they have got. And they
are lucky to get even that. While the Cin
cinnati meeting resulted In an all-around
victory for the Johnaonltes, It Is also a vic
tory for base ball. Wherever the American
has established itself it ie firmly en
trenched, with the possible exception of St.
Louis. In Boston and Philadelphia the
National was driven to the wall last season
and no signs of recuperation have appeared
in either city. Long before the last aeason
wa ended the Invasion of New York waa
decided on and at no time baa there been
any reason to believe that the American
had changed its plans. Therefore the
chorus of objection that goea up from the
disgruntled -eastern magnate 1 without
effect. On the other hand, the peace pact
will operate to establish stability and con
fidence for the business end of the game.
Just what these men are moat In need of.
Respect for contract la more vital to the
purse of the magnate than respect for ter
rltory; but even this latter is provided for
by agreement that there (hall be no further
change without due notification and con
sent. A the circuit are now made up,
Chlcagj, Boston, New York, Philadelphia
and St. Louis will each have two clubs.
Cincinnati, Brooklyn and Pittsburg will be
ingle In the National, and Cleveland, De
trolt and Washington In the American. Thl
arrangement I apparently stronger than
the ten or twelve-club circuit proposed by
On the "rubber legs" the Mow will fall
hardest. Magnates have at last come to
the view expressed by The Bee on former
occasions, that a contract-Jumper 1b not
worth quarreling over, and so assignments
of players are made according to the last
legal contract signed by them. L'nder this
ruling Sam Crawford will go to Detroit,
Tommy Leach will tay in Pittsburg, "Big
Ed" Delehanty will play with Washington,
Pitcher Donovan will be with Detroit again,
George Pa vie will stay with the Chicago
Americans and Conroy will go to the New
York American club. .And these versatile
gentlemen, who have each signed two or
more contracts and accepted advance money
from as many clubs, will play on the teams
o w hich they are assigned, or they will not
play at all. It no other good could come
out of the agreement, this one feature Is of
sufficient Importance to render the Cincin
nati conference most memorable- in base
As for the stories that the National
cague will be permanently disrupted, little
credence should be given them. Men who
have hundreds of thousands of dollars in
vested in the game are likely to be bound
by reason In caring for Its administration.
Therefore, It looks like a good bet that the
National magnates of the east will take a
common sense view of the situation and go
o work to build up their business and try
to regain some lost ground.
ATHLETICS AT THE UNIVERSITY
Kvery Department, from flasket nail
to Base Rail, la Fall of
It I not at all difficult to believe that the
Cincinnati compact will eventually be ac
cepted by the rebellious easterners, for the
very good and sufficient reasons that at
present it seem the only way of ending the
war, and they are more deeply interested
than anyone else can possibly be in the
establishment of peace. It is out of all
reason to ask the American to abandon what
it has won by two season of aggressive
competition, and experience has shown that
the American baa not lost it capacity for
further Invasion. Pittsburg 1 lying at the
meroy of the Jobnsonites, and may easily
be entered another season. But the matter
of territory i of secondary Importance, the
status of the players coming first. When
the raid was first begun the National ranks
were depleted of stars, and although there
haa been some retaliation by the older
league the American ha auffered little in
comparison to the tnjury It has Inflicted
If contract are to be respected, non-con
flicting dates arranged and games at home
interchanged, the National gain far more
than It loses by the failure of the Ameri
can to abandon territory It ha occupied
Dnpket ball ha had a boom at the fnl-
veralty of Nebraska this week. What' with
the game against the Haskell Indian team '
In the armory laat night, and the dally !
practice that has led up to the event, this
feature of the college athletics haa been
all In all with the scarlet and cream co
horts since Monday.
Having put down the redskins on the
base ball field and foot ball gridiron, alike.
It was the eager hope of the Nebraskana
to complete the series with a victory at the
basket game. But the team was handi
capped by a loss of old men and entire new
training had to be begun tbi .season. Dr.
Clapp has been an able coaeb la the gamd'
and his well-developed trick play are ac
countable for the showing' made by hi
team. The nope of the men at Lincoln
lay in the team work. Hewitt, the cap
tain, is a giant and a good man at center.
He I fast and covers the floor well. El
liott, a forward at Cortelyou's old place,
has made good and is fully equal to hi
famous predecessor. He is the beat goal
thrower on the team. Ferguson, the other
forward. Is very tall and wiry and his
height helps him In many a tight pinch.
Hiltner. manager of the team, plays at
guard and cover his man In great shape,
while Hoar, the other guard, is develoDlng
well for a new man. Benedict, the famoua
foot ball kicker, shift from guard to cen
ter and goea in with his gridiron spirit.
In the foot ball world the latest news la
that Manager Buckner ha scheduled a
game with Knox college to be played at
Lincoln on November 7. . Thla 1 one o
the strongest teams that the Cornhuakera
met last season on home grounds, being
able to win only by seven point.
The Minnesota game 1 still unaettled.
Negotiations are pending, but there Is no
assurance that Nebraska will be given
chance at the Gophers again next fall. The
northenera have put the CornhUBkcrs on
the list of "heaviea" and will no longer
play them as a practice game during the
fore part of the season.. They furthermore
refuse to take on the Nebraskans within
a week of any other heavy game and
there's the rub In arranging the date.
Manager Buckner, who wa elected to
the position only two weeks ago, is now
into the work as If he had done It all his
life. He did not seek the place and hesi
tated about accepting It when the faculty
members of the athletio board hunted him
up and mado the offer. Others were candi
date, but Buckner waa known to have
ability and he is doubtles a good selection
for the place.
would appear that Eddie Robinson
found a great many things besides a prlxe
fight at Nebraska City last Wednesday
ulght., when he took his welterweight. Billy
Rhodes, down there to meet Paddy Nagle
of Canada In a twenty-round bout. Anyway,
Rhode wasn't the only man who came
and he didn't get
bla In the affair with Nagle. The prlie
fight waa rather slow, as tar as It went,
but the free-for-all fight that followed waa
decidedly Interesting, and Billy's own de
scription of It is best. Said he:
"Well, they made me fight clean break,
which meant no hitting In clinches. From
the start Nagle hit In clinches all tbe
time, and the referee refused to notice It.
That didn't please me much, but In spite
of It I waa getting the best of the go. 1
had Nagle down and out in the second
round, but the referee refused to count ten,
giving Nagle time to get up. So I saw tbe
game was all against me, and I knew then
that Nagle could bit me In clinches alt
he wished and if I bit him once in a clinch
the fight would be given to him.
"So . I was careful for a while. 1 could
only take one punch at him at a time, for
he would always clinch then, and that
meant a clean break, which gave him an
opportunity to recover himself. Dut I kept
on with those single punches till In the
fourth round he hugged me all the time
and hit in clinches. Finally I got dis
gusted at the unfairness and let loose a
couple in a clinch. The referee gave Nagle
the fight at once. I knew he would, but
Just for luck I took a shot at the referee
anyway. I stunned htm and ho fell Into
the ropes and bounced back onto me. He
bung on me and his teeth cut a hole in my
head when he hit me.
"But Just about then there Was one grand
mlxup, and I didn't have any time to pay
attention to a stunned referee. Naglo's
seconds were on me like a flash, and then
mine came in, Clarence English and "Red"
Rooney and Eddie Robinson and young
Clayton, the wrestler.
, "Everybody swung right and left and
English and Robinson laid out a couple
of fellows and then we swayed- tor urd the
side of tbe ring and everybody fell through
the ropes. Down on the floor it began
again, and the, whole crowd Jumped into it.
W would have hat a bid time It It hadn't
been for Nagle hlmsiif and one of his
seconds, Frank Mayo. Mayo Is the big
man who once stayed with Fttzslmmona two
rounds and who used to fight all comers
nere at the Trocadcro two winters ago.
He bluffed the crowd down and they got
us out finally. Nagle waa a peacemaker,
'I got slammed up a good deat in the
free-for-all, but I wasn't touched once In
the fight. Nagle Is clever, but has no force
at all behind his blows. I brought home a
black eye and an arm so lame I can't
shake hands or hardly move It. Rooney got
a black eye. English wasn't hurt.' Neither
was Robinson. But there was some swift
swinging there for a few minutes, and I
sure got that referee. No more Nebraska
City and clean break for me. We just
missed getting beat up proper."
OMAHA AND THE HORSE SHOW
F. A. Kali sf tbe Ibard of Goreniors TV.ls
What the Affair Mead
LOCAL INTEREST IN FINE ANIMALS
$5.00 to $100.00-Cash or Payments.
14,000 Records to Select From.
We carry a complete stock of Edison and Columbia
Machines and Kecords.
Our facilities for showing Records and filling mail
orders cannot be equaled in tbe West.
Call on us or write. Dealers wanted. Free concerts
all day and evening. Also Vehicles, Automobiles and
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15th nnd Capitol Avenue. 'Phone 2161.
In track athletics there will likely be
something doing early. Dr. Clapp Is an
eager enthusiast, and hla coaching will be
a great addition to this department. Cap
tain Tobin of the team is getting men Into
the list continually. He himself throws the
hammer a little bit better than anyone else
In the college, touching the 120-foot mark.
"Bill" Johnson, tbe little colored foot ball
end whs Is so well known, will be out for
the pole vaulting and promises to beat bis
laBt year's record of ten feet flat.
The university will lose one valuable man
In the shape of States, who bas always gone
the mile well enough to distance most of
his competitors. Morris Benedict, the foot
ball quarterback. Is probably the best all
round athlete In school, and will do thing
at hurdling, vaulting, high Jump and other
events. He will enter in more contents than
"Bobby" Oalnes, the star of last year, Who
la now making a tear at Princeton, but
Benedict will lack a little on most of
Base ball Is a little up In tbe air. So far
there is nothing doing, though there ought
to be cage work, and the prospects are that
there will be very few old men back on tbe
diamond. Murray Townsend, the captain.
Is now at home, but will be back at the
beginning of the second semester. "Sticks"
DePutron will not be back, aa reported, and
there will be a great opportunity for new
men to got on the team. Townsend Is tbe
only twlrler In sight, except Thomson, tbe
Indian boy, whose arm is not In shape.
Ltherby, the last year's tosser. has signed
with a professional club. . Manager Clark
Bell baa not yet completed the schedule, bat
will try for a northeastern trip.
Old Jack Bust, the trainer In the "gym."
is waiting for the base ball men to come
In, and thinks they ought to be getting into
condition by this time.
Athletics at Ilellevue.
Joseph A. Pi pal, recently coach of the
Doane college foot ball team and formerly
prominent in the athletics of Belpit col
lege, Wisconsin, has begun hla work aa
physical director at Bellevue college. He
will bave charge of the gymnasium classes
and will coach tbe base ball, track and
foot ball teams. The students have received
blm with great enthustasm.
At a meeting of the .college athletic as
sociation held Monday Thsodur Cooper was
Omaha Shooters In Texas.
The nine shotgun sharks who went down
from Omaha to El Paso to participate In
the big mid-winter shoot there enjoyed an
extremely varied trip. A freight wreck In
New Mexico held them up a day on a sldo
track. but the boys were not in the least
disturbed by the misfortune nnd proceeded
to take advantage of it. They got out their
guns and left the train for a day's hunt. It
doesn't do to say that quail are thick in
that country, for they are more than that.
They are everywhere. The nine returned
to the train with all they could pack,' and
bod the satisfaction of a good day's sport
This accident brought the party into El
Paso at 11 o'clock on Monday night, and
tbe shoot began Tuesday morning. 80 tho
boys bad no time to practice. They bad
planned for a day of preliminary work on
the grounda, as they should bave arrived
early Monday morning. As it was, the
quail shooting had to suffice.
Not many particulars of what tbe Ne
braskans did In the shoot are at hand, but
on the first day W. B. Townsend shot 93j
per cent and was second high gun. 80 It is
a clncb that "Billy" was in the money that
Letters from the members of the party
tell of a mighty Jolly trip down and a
warm reception at El Paso. One of the
entertalnmrnts planned was a bull fight
Just over the' line-Into Mexico. This oc
curred on Monday night, and no member of
the Nebraska delegation could be found In
his own country tbtit night.
Shooting continued during Tuesday, Wed
nesday and Thursday,' and the Omahan are
expected home today. Those who went
were Henry McDonald, Fred Goodrich, Ed
Hafer, W. B. Townsend, all of Omaha; Qus
Schroeder of Columbus, W. It. Illian of
Albion, Frank Wetherhead of Red Oak, la.,
J. R. Stafford of Tarklo, Mo., and Gua
Slever of Grand Island.
Devotees of trap shooting may find enter
tainment this afternoon at the grounds of
tbe Omaba Gun club across the river,
where George Tooier and Sam Downs will
shoot a fifty live bird race for $50. Both
are local shots of recognized skill, and the
match should prove a warm one. ,,
Away down In El Paso the nine trap
shots who left Omaha a week ago Satur
day have heard of the challenge from a
party of Nebraska gunners for a ten-man
team race with an Omaha aggregation.
They have sent word back that the chal
lenge Is to be accepted and that details
will be arranged as soon as they get home.
Mrs. Day of Duluth, Minn., one of the
three best women Bbotgun artists In the
world, was in Omaha last Thursday with
her husband. Dr. Day, who is also a gun
ner of no mean ability. The two are on
their way to California, where they will
put In a few weeks hunting In that Eden
of game lands. From quail to mountain,
lions, they can find what they will there,
and all water or land fowl Is not only
present, but plentiful.
People Here Have Plenty to Show and
Will ot Ml the Chance to
Make a Proper
A meeting of some 200 horsemen and
horse lovers and horse owners of Omaha,
South Omaha and Council Bluffs will be
called this week for the purpose of com
pleting the permanent organization of an
Omaha Horse Show association. This will
follow naturally upon the heels of the ad
mission of Omaha to the American Horso
Show Circuit association St the meeting of
that body In Kansas City last Thursday. F.
A. Nash of Omaha, who has been prominent
in the movement for horses here, was
elected one of the board of governors and
will be active In the formation of the local
organization. He Is greatly pleased with
the proepect for"norses In this city and Is
certain that the horse show will be a suc
cess here. Said he:
"This will mark an era for Omaba horses.
One could hardly say that heretofore this
has been a good horse town, but It Is very
true that the town Is full of horsey people.
And there are many more In South Omaha
and In Council Bluffs. We will Interest
men from all three cities In this project.
"Of course when it comes to fancy horses
It takes a good deal of money to gratify
that taste. Omaha has not been much of
a renter for that class of animals, but It
has taken a great spurt In that direction
Just recently. Within the last sixty days
no less than eight very fine animals have
been brought to town and more are ordered.
"A. C. Smith has a new pair, Hal MeCoiw
has a tenm nnd a new runabout single
horse. Ed Cudahy has a new pair and Torn
Byrne has a new single driver. Then Guy
C. Barton has Just authorized the purchase
of a very high grade new team for himself.
Omaha Intercut la Assured.
"There is no doubt that the people will
be willing to show their horsps, and anx
ious to. There will be no trouble about
that, and competition will quicken from
year to year. The Inauguration of this
show as a yearly affair will be the cause
of many good horses being bought by
"Our date In the circuit Is September 8
to 11, following the Denver show. Some
people will think It rather bold of mo to
say that the auditorium will be finished In
time to be used for that show, but that's
Just what we will do. In fact, It has been
this plan in view that bas been partly re
sponsible for the delay on the auditorium.
At the last mlnuto it was discovered that
no provision had been made in tbe plans for
accommodatiou for a horse show or similar
affair, and we succeeded In getting some
horse lovers on the board and having the
necessary, alterations In the plans made.
"There can be no question about the sue
cess of the bdow. Horse shows are a sue
cess everywhere. Being on this strong cir
cuit of twenty-one shows we will get many
horses from abroad as well as from here, for
there will be a string of nntmals following
"The show will do great things for Omaha.
At Kansas City the annual horse show at
tracts more people to town than any other
event of the year. One of the days last
year they had an attendance of 8,000. There
Is no horse show nearer us than Kansas
City and Chicago, so we have a great field,
"Take the horse show In Chicago each
year. Think how many people , go In there
Just for that occasion. Of course ours will
be on a smaller scale, but It will be Just as
successful. Then It Is of course a great
society affair, and that always means Jots
of business. It means swell new gowns and
trappings and equipment, and much money
spent generally on entertainment and other
things. I count on the horse show doing a
great y deal for Omaha."
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W. A. COUK, M. D
If you have any ailment In the above list you should seek relief. Ask the
banks about our reliability or let us give you the names of good citizens we
have cured who do not object to the ue of their names. We cure Varicocele In
one week never to return, by an original method you will be pleased with after
we explain. Hydrocele In ten days. Lost manhood and evil effects of vicious
habits In SO to 90 days. Blood Poison In 27 to CO days without potash or mer
cury, riles In ten days. Fistula In two weeks and Rupture In six. We gunr.
antee our cures In writing as well as to show the proofs first. Chnrgos low
and consultation free at office or by letter.
COOK MEDICAL CO.,
110-112 So. 14th St., Omaha, Neb.
OVER DAILY NEWS OFFICE.
Office Hours 8 S. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday 10 n. m. to 12:30 p. m.
A whisky carefully distilled, well matured,
Old and grand, by name and fame.
Sold by all first class dealers.
The mountain Distilling Company.
Fea u re . Ed i tions
While every week's comiflp; is looked forward to
eagerly, the "feature editions" issued about once
a month are a great feast for every reader of
In these "feature editions" eonlderible
space is given over to a timely subject and
written about by men, who have been
' iicked out, because they are known tha
country over aa tha men who know tnoit
about the quvition. baca or mesa num
hr. t. nri.llv Illustrated to maka it
some and interesting. Among some of
aubiecis oi tha "feature editions" are
Swine Breed-r'a Edition, Home Seeker's
tlon, Cattle Breeder's Number (nfernar
Live rilocie nnmo ytuiricm). i ninKBiTini
ber, Hfrse Number, Chrlitmas Number,
Poultry Edition, Horticulture, Farm
Implements. Ldui etlonnl Number, Dairy
Number, Easter Number.
24 to 4S pages weekly. $1.00 per year,
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.ha. Neb. JkiW-lf1 fr '
Tptosi. If V TpZZZHZZ
How the Frightful Tension of STRICTURE Is Instantly Relieved.
Startling Record of Gran-Solvent.
OISSOLVES STRICTURE Like Snow Beneath the Sun, REDUCES
ENLARGED PROSTATE, Contracts and Strengthens the Seminal
Ducts, FOREVER STOPPING DRAINS AND EMISSIONS, IN
W DRUGS TO RUIN THE STOMACH, BUT A DIRECT LOCAL AND POSITIVE APPLICATION TO THE ENTIRE URETHRAL TRACT.
rDAM.Cm CMT TC MAT A T milin It Is preoswd In ths form of rmyon. or Psarlls. smooth
ao narrow aa to paas Ihs clnaast olrlolarc
Stimvinr tkt iiamtfrr of the St. Jf.rt Cnrvn,?cmUimt tolvrni " Gran-Sol imf Or tonic "Cimnine" or tolk in tomM-mtion. TtTMT AMR
PKhrAFED IN VARIOUS LE.SOTHS TO SUIT THE rA TI&AT 5 LOIVITWf,rt imrrua "" ""-
t.'it into ptumon miihm tkt thfkuit tgart, reomrutf Ikret homr$ to mutolvf, ore mkolh touaolt and act tin muid otettrtc onrrotU, trnvforottng nn
mfarnug visa im tnof at UU tnMri ootj. I no turait tjfou u Ju jrom mo jtrit (ouiw.
The Great Virtue in the Method of Application
I action. No .lis, draatte drag to rata tb etomaah and dlgaaiW
titwiud upon reilniig at uigln. diMolTins tj the beat and nw
ira hour., whico It auncisnt tuna to paoatraM an diuoi.e euio-
T "Q, la m a i
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fc.Ny J f BRANS
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rant a ad maltlT
Tha erarona are
I tba bod?, la ItirM
ilAKin II. mmlir miu. mm mil hnMib. TM1ITRII WITH TUB rAlB MB
cron waits IT ruRMa. thoroort), laMioannf tba FROBTATE UL.AND.rs-
ni and cob men ng taa oemiaal sjacuiatory uucta, iorT avuppius
DRAINS AND LOSSES,
CvrtDf wktls T aloap, without pais or InxnaTeolencw, Is nrton dara.
Tba altar tire and anUatpue aetioo of "iira.n-Sol.ent" unm tueif In de
airortna Uonoaencot aad tba rarm. tbai lafaat tha Riadderaad fruttata Gland
During tba paal roar tbonaanda of aaa, tinctured, waetlng vranaa wars
oared a aat arm? born again to bogin life anew, with freab .Igor, milot
auwngih and Lb. oonaolouanota oi raatorad aiaabood. Under IM latMnos ot ,
la dlaaolTwd and dlilodged Is nttoas Da; a, so atauar Saw aid, tonsk or
MllAnurf il aa.. have Iiimmim.
Vrowt Una 1 manorial eniung and dilating ka.a SUM ap tba brwtal, frnltloaa
rd of ireataaea! In Bwtotara, and ret tnera sat ne.ar neon on our. 07 .uua aa.age
bona. Tba aageraoaa wiik wbieb medical mu ara applying for tbia aol.em it an
apea eoofeealoa of loelr error la the put. Onr SOO lyoartlna; t'br. Irian, la tbe
Daland Bta.ua and Canada ba.a abandened taa knife, and ara employing uran-oolteni
la laalr aratUet, as a boman. and nataiuag ageak
"TT A TJTf 0r,T'T T a-eneilat!on of alaggtth Wood Is tbe
V SJkiJLJJJ mi lis 4 vetntof tba eertua. dse aoielr to laperfaet
elrenlaitoa,BS baa Ita origin In a dlasaaed and torpid Protuite Uland. Ouernuona In
m.ditaa.e ara oal teejporar., and no wierbaaieal de.iea j.i diaco.erert baaenreda
alnglacaaa. Orae-ool.euk he.lt ibe Pruatale and rnlom bnaltb, eirenlellon. Varico
cele diaappean and iba elnggi.B accumulation la replaced fcr pure, baaabj.r.d blood.
tJtaowlnf fttr-KLur OrBDlM 4fl-
toiwA em u iss.-.u. aigaw
Thtrti U do questti that 70a frl Ilk you look; 4wpoi.1mt, weak,
prvous and despairing. Your alaep la disturbed with unpleasant dreams,
and fim awake tired. id with your mird flilxl with evil forebodings- You
know you are aeralnsUly weak; you tlao fcauw from aad exineive that
ail of the drug that you have poured Into your tomch have left you
wun than lhy louod you-
Write Today. Do Not Delay.
Any sufferer frona STKHTIHJ3 u4 Its offsprlnc Varicocele).
FrowUtltts and art In el Weakoes. 1 invited to cut out thl coupon here
with, writ hi nam- and ad area plainly, mall U to the ttt Jam
HertlAal Aav... 2 Hi. Jams BLdK., i'laulnsuUl, O aad
they will atftifl Uictr Illustrated Treattaw. Showing
the parts or tn male saotuai syBiesa inuiliad
ureteral at I men La, accural? seated, prepaul.
By savU fan r ae4 -y tha Patleot
s auu-aa folly by ai'iaJTe.
it to tne hi jamcs
HO WE TREATMENT
1rco Twilling Conyjofi.
ST. JAMES MEDICAL ASSN..-.V. .sVtf?. fjw-
Please send to me a copy cf your Complete Illustrated
Work i-pon the Male Sexual System, securely sealed,
PKLPAID, FREE ol ALL CHAROtiS.
We Have Cured Men In Every City In the Union and Almost Every Country on Earth.
62 ST. JAMES BLOB.
ff V llUfV WUIVU Ifla7ll III taT7l J WAIT I I I illU VIIIUII tlMU
ST. JAMES MEDICAL ASS'K.
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