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THE OMAITA DAILY" PEE: FIUDAY JANUARY S3, 190X
THE FEDERAL COURT HAS PERMITTED THE DOORS TO BE OPENED THIS, FRIDAY, MORNING, IN ORDER TO STILL FUR'
THER REDUCE THE STOCKS OF MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS, DRY GOODS, CLOAKS, SUITS AND WOMEN'S
AND CHILDREN'S WEAR, PIANOS AND MUSIC, MILLINERY AND WALL PAPER. MOST OF THE GOODS IN THESE DEPARTMENTS
WILL BE FOUND ON THE MAIN FLOOR. AS THE STOCK WILL BE SOLD IN BLOCK DURING THE NEXT TEN DAYS, PROFITS
WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. WE MUST SELL THESE STOCKS BEFORE THE TRUSTEE SALE IS CONSUMMATED.
A GENERAL SCATTERING OF
GREAT CLOTHING REALITIES
MUSLINS, SHEETINGS AND READY-MADE SHEETS,
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF THESE GOODS, including every
size and every quality of high grade cottons will be on sale at the cost
of manufacturing. This will be of interest to all hotels and prudent
housewives, and will save you money prices too many to enumerate,
aviIITE BED SPREADS In crochet eod Marseilles qualities
all good high grade make, from 6c to M OO lea than coat
VOO jardi of fine fancy Flannelette, all bright, pretty pattern,
27 to 16 lnchea wide, worth 12 He at, per C
27-ln. Outing Flannel, In light and dark colon, worth
up ta 10c at, per yard
Mercerized Cotton Drect Oooda, worth IBe ai long aa
It lasts per yard
WHITE SHEET BLANKETS, cotton, double fleece and
heavy hemmed, 81x90 lnchea, worth $2, at, each
1V4 all wool heavy double Bed Blanket!, worth
ta.5 at,, per pair
INDIA LINENS In in 111 enda a chance to aeleet a short length
of whH goods au It arte for all purpoaea, worth lie
yard--your pick at per yard ,
M-lnrh Loom TJamask Table Linen, In cream color,
worth 3ic, at per yard
All Our One line of Satin Damask Table Linen Napklna at
b-l bleached loom damask Tabla Napklna, worth $1.25,
..at per dozen w .
Every Cloak at half off.
Every Fur Jacket at Half off.
Every Fur Boa at half off.
Every Woman's Skirt 1-4 off.
Now ia the beat time to lay In your eupply of SCMME3
COLORED WASH GOODS Fancy Dlmltle and Plain f"
Leans, worth tip to 10c, at per yard UC
Fancy Mercerized Cotton Walstlngi and Dress Fabric. Aft
worth up to 7Se per yard, at aaaJG
18-lnrh Bird'a-Eye Cotton, medicated the best grade,
worth 60c at 10 yards for OSjC
ALL WOOL CHALLIS Fine French Challi. atrlctly all wool.
Dew and pretty pattern, nice coloring, worth 0 Ci
, 60c per yard, at per yard fa JC
150 piece of pretty Wool Dres Goods, all color, worth I rt
35c yard 88 Inches wide at IUC
45-lncb Taney Brocade and Brill iantinea, wool dres .
good, worth 60c, at per yard
14-lnrh extra Sne and heavy China Silk worth 60c
19-inch Colored Taffeta Silk all colors and shade.
worth aa, at per yard
22-inch Costume Velvet, all shades and colors, worth
. 60c at, per yard
SILKED VELOCR MOIRE SKIRTING AND CHANGEABLE
SILK for drop skirts and lining, worth 60c yard
Every Fur Cape at half off.
Every Fur Huff at half off.
Every Woman's Suit 1-3 off.
Every Woman's Waist 1-4 off.
' One hundred Silk Waists, worth $ 4.93, at f 2.48.
One hundred dozen of women's Summer Waists at less than cost.
vuuieus wrappers ,e nave nearly oUU dozen that must be closed out. Dollar Wrap
Irs w ill go t 50c. Every article in this department will be sold at cost or less.
CORSETS We will sell the choicest styles of the IJoyal Worcester, the Kabo, the II. & G
Thompson's, Glove Fitting, the W. B. and Ferris Good Sense Waists, at 20 per cent off the
repular prices. '
Hosiery,' Gloves, Underwear, Trimmings, Laces, Neckwear, in fact, QUI! STOCK OF DKY.
COME FRIDAY MORNING AND SEE THE SACRIFICES WE ARE MAKING.
Three Gar Loads. Three Car Loads.
THREE CAR LOADS OF PIANOS Til AT SHOULD HAVE
REACHED US EARLY IN DECEMBER just arrived now. They
must be sacrificed regardless of profit.
We have no security of tenure for storing them and we must
turn them into money during the few days allotted for the pur
pose. Terms will be made to suit customers. Come and see the
Sheet Music and small goods at your own prices.
J. S. CAMERON, Mgr. Music Dept.
FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS
A Smash-Up in filillinery Prices
FIRST AND SECOND FLOORS
Pattern Hats, cost ?10.00 and $12.00 in the
eastern market, will be sold for
Hats that sold for ?15.00 and f 20.00 will
be sold' now for
Hand-made trimmed dress hats that sold from
. f4.00 to ?S.00' will be sold now for
Caps that sold for 50c will go now at -25C
Pompoms 'and'.Xancy feathers, to close them out completely,
we'll sell them at less than cost. ,
That sold up to S5.00, will be sold for
Men's and young men's suits that sold up t o
$12.00, will be cleared at $4.99.
Overcoats and Ulsters worth up to $20.00,
will be cleared at $10.00
Overcoats and Ulsters worth up to S30.00,
will be cleared at $15.00.
Boys' 50c all wool fleeced garments for 25c.
Jcrsed ribbed vool fleeced garments, worth
4Qc9 for I5c.
All wcol shirts and drawers that said up to
S2.00, for 99c.
Earl and Wilson collars, 2 for 25c.
Pajamas, $2.00 quality for ol.OO.
HATS! HATS! HATS!
J. B. Stetson Hats. $3.00.
Tarn 0' Shantcrs and toques worth up fo $1,
lift Mft M
,W- R.'.".'BEWWETT: "COTJiPAW Y'S
STORE PEW TODAY.
I10DSE; LEADERS "DEFEATED.
Bolting SepmUioan. Aid I)emocraU to In
proT. American Honey ia Philippines.
USSIER ."BRIBER" CHARGES DISCUSSED
Kaval raaaaalUea la Glvea Fall Ptwfr
t. Call Wltaeaaes aaa Fash la.
veatlsatloa aa Far aa Xrrra
. . ears- Taearta Carraatlaa.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22. The bouse lead
era Went down to signal defeat today when
the bouse by 146 to 128 rejected the Philip
pine coinage bill, reported by the tnaular
affair eosnailttee, and adopted the sub
stitute offered by the minority for the In
troduction of American currency and tha
American coinage ayatem Into tha ialanda.
The Insular committee includes In Its
membership the chairmen of tha most
powerful ' committees of tha house, Mr.
Cannon (111.), chairman of tha appropria
tion: Mr. Hltt (111.), chairman of foreign
in the lawful money of tha United Btates
at the rate of exchange preacrllied at the
time by the Philippine commission.
The Mil provides that the pesos coined
under the Philippine government act and
tha Mexican and Spanish coins, when re
deemed, ahall be coined Into United States
money at the mint authorized to be estab
lished in Manila.
The Alaska delegate bill was then taken
up. ' .
Bribery rharget ia Heat.
Immediately after the bouse convened to
day the members of the committee on nsvl
affaire, who have been Investigating the
Lessler bribery chargea, filed Into the
bouse and Mr. Foas (111.), chairman of the
committee, was recognized to offer a reso
lution to order a full Investigation of the
The resolution was as follows:'
Whereas, Information has come to the
committee on naval a flu Ira. through a mem
ber of eald committee, of an attempt to
corruptly Influence . hie action respecting
proposed legislation pending before euid
committee and the house,
Keaolved. That the committee on naval
affairs, or auch subcommittee thereof as
said committee may appoint, be and it u
hereby authorised and directed to fully
investigate eald matter, and for aiMih pur-
atfatra; Mr. Payne- (N. T.), chairman of .Pee it ia hereby authorised and empowered
ays and means; Mr. Hepburn (Ia.), chair--) tne nt!nSeif of -wltneW-e and to ad
man of interstate commerce, ard Mr. minister oaths; said committee ahall have
Tawuey (Minn ), chairman of the commit- Authority to report at any time and the
tee on expositions
This ommlttoe reported a bill to estab
lish the gold atandard in the Islands and
to authorize the coinage of allver pesue
of tit grains, to be made legal tender at
the rate of two pesos for one goid dollar.
The majority members made a gallant fight,
but a considerable number of republicans,
twenty-eight on the final vote, under the
lead of MY. Hill (Ponn ). Mr. Fowler (X. J )
and Mf. McCall (Mass.). joined the demo
crats and carried through tha aubatitnte.
aaaw aapaorta aabatltate.
expense incurred hereunder rhsll be paid
out of the contingent fund of the house
on vouchers approved by the chairman.
Mr. Foss explained that the action of the
committee was unanimous and demanded
the previous question.
Mr. Richardson (Tenn.) interposed to sug
gest that the charges were vague and In
definite. No names were riven and be aaid
HOUSE TRUST BILL READY
Publicity ig Demanded, Bsbatei Porbiddin,
Elimination of Competition Pnnis able.
INJURED PARTIES MAY RECOVER DAMAGES
Caarts Boa ad 1a Grant Sam Eejaal ta
Tsree Tines the Loae Artaally
Saslaiavd Plaa Rea
WASHINGTON. Jan. 12. Today the sub
committee whifh, under the chairmanship
of Mr. Llttlefleld (Me.), baa been framing
an anti-trust measure, will report a com
pleted bill to the house judiciary com
mittee. It la expected that the full com
mittee will take the matter up at once
and decide, probably at the first sitting,
whether to report the bill to the bouse
The measure aa framed comprises parts
of nearly thirty bills submitted to the
committee (or consideration.
Fall Pabllrtty Isaaaaea.
All corporations are called upon to file
annually with the Interstate Commerce
commission full details as to their or
ganization and constituent companiea. The
clause Imposing this duty is most strict
and leaves little chance for evasion, for it
calls not only for the came of the cor
poration and Ha constituent bodies, with
their officers and the amount of their
stock, but demands particulars as to the
ENGINEER KILLED IN WRECK
Passenger Train Oraahes Into Freight on
tie 'PriBoo Eoad.
tt seemed to him that something more deft- j amount of stock subscribed In cash and the
Paaseagera Are Hot Serloaaly Hirti
Altaoaaa the Eat Ire Trata
leaves tba Track an the
Cara Arc Bnrned.
lieve those ,wbo may suffer loss by reason
of any violation of the act, which pro
vides that any person or firm wronged by
an infraction of the . law may recover
threefold the losa austajned, plus the costs
of the suit and a reasonable attorney's
The act Is to go In force on May 1 next.
Entire Committee Will Act.
The naval committee of the house bas
decided to conduct the Lessler bribery in
vestigation and not delegate Its authority
to a subcommittee. It also has decided
to allow a representative of each of the
press associations to be present at "he In
vestigation. The senate committee on military affairs
today ordered a favorable report on Senator
Foraker'a bill appropriating 125,000 for the
erection of headstones to mark the graves
of confederate soldiers buried In the north.
Witness ta Bribery.
It is now known that there was another
wltneBs besides Mr. Lessler yesterday be
fore the subcommittee of the bouse naval
affairs committee, which investigated the
charge made ' by Mr. lasler that be bad
been offered a bribe to vote for the aub
marlne torpedo boats. Ha waa a deputy
In the office of the superintendent of elec
tions in New Tork an told bis story volun
tarily. In effect, it waa that an ea-repre-sentative
bad told him to see Lessler, and
that there was $6,000 in it, $1,000 for him
and $5,000 for Mr. Lessler.
A a versa (a Part Art bar.
-ineseusie committee on commerce louay altrack an(1 the Eh had been turned
authorized an adverse report on a bill au- I . i. T i,i.
KANSAS CITT, Mo., Jan. 22 North
bound express No. lbi, which left Memphia
for Kansas City at 9:15 yesterday morning,
was wrecked four miles south of South
Greenfield. Mo., at 1 o'clock this morplng.
The entire train, consisting of baggage
car, mall car, emoker and common coach,
chair car and one sleeper, left the track,
caught fire and was consumed.
Fred Fisher of Fort Scott, the engineer,
waa killed Instantly: Ed Gilbert of Fort
Scott, fireman, was fatally hurt, and sev
eral passengers are reported injured.
A wrecking train, carrying physicians,
bas left for the scene from Springfield,
which Is sixty-seven miles south of South
The wreck occurred Just off a trestle
and at a eharp curve while the train waa
running at a high rate of speed. The
Woods, and located near Violet, Neb., "was
burned Monday noon. No inaurance.
AGREE TO KEEP UP PRICES
Srtthar Harvester Traat Kar laae.
pendent Massfaetareri Wish
ta Cat Valaea.
KANSAS CITT. Jan. 12. Speakers at the
convention of the Western Aasoclation of
Retail Implement and Vehicle Dealers to
day again discussed the harvester question
and counseled patience and conservatism
In tba fight on the International Harvesting
At the same time It was stated distinctly
J that harmonious relations between the In
ternational company ana aeaiers wouia not
be restored until the objectionable clauses
in the contract were eliminated, or at least
modified, and other evils affecting the pro
fits of the men who sell to the farmer
remedied. It was stated that neither the
companiea In the tuerger nor the Independ
ent manufacturers wanted to cut pricea.
A resolution waa adopted recommending
the extension of reclproclal trade arrange
ments with other countries wherever the
same could be made to the advantage of
the United States and favoring ths early
ratification of the reciprocity treaty now
before the aenate.
Edward Heeney of Severance, Kaa., was
elected president of the association.
Only relatives and Intimate friends of the
contracting parties . were . present. The
groom is a traveling aaleaman . for an
Omaha hardware firm and tba bride a
daughter of C. Chrlstensen. a prominent
merchant and banker of this city.
HUMBOLDT. Neb., Jan. 22. (Special.)
Miss Sarah, the daughter at Mr. end Mrs.
John Fankhauscr, living south Ot the city,
was this afternoon united in marriage to
Mr. Joaepb C. Wlttwer, one of the pro
gressive young Tanners of the county. The
county. The ceremony was performed by
Rev. Lchrer. the pastor, and took place at
the Salem Reformed church In the pres
ence of a large number of invited relatives
and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Wlttwer will
make their borne on a farm south of town.
mlng at a high rate or apeea. me i .
Itch had been set deliberately for the! POULTRY THIEF IS WOUNDED
HELEN GOULD ACCEPTS BID
Promises ta Attend Tostks Y. M. C. A
fssfrrrsee Wilts President Is
, Alsa Invited.
TOPEKA. Kan.. Jan. 22. Miss Helen
Gould today notified the committee .that
she would attend the International railroad
Young Men's Christian association con
ference In this city from April 28 to May S.
President Roosevelt bas also been la-Tiled.
nlte should be vouchsafed the public Still,
be said, be would not insist If the commit
tee was satisfied.
"Ask for the name," cried Mr. Suiter (N.
1e fact thai Secretary Fbaw and other T.).
high treasury emciais were quoted on tba ! Mr. Wheeler (Ky.) assured Mr. Richard
door as fsvoring the substitute aided in son that the minority ot the committee were
:he overthrow of the committee bill. Their satisfied, whereupon the latter yielded and
opinions were advanced as against those of , the resolution was unanimously adopted.
Oovernor Taft and other members of the
The substitute passed provides that the
lawful money of the United Stales sha'.l be
legal tender In the Phllippluea and declares
the coinage laws of the United Stales ta be
In full force there.
It provides for the redemption of the
Mexican and Spanish, silver, not including
any Mexican pesos Imported Into ths
islands jfirr March 15. 1WS. at their bul
lion alue- and ibe silver coin authorized
by the rbiiippiae ' govurnmeat act at the
sue of 2 pt'sos for $1 United Statea cur
rency. " After' six months no coin except
Ait of the United States shall be legal
lender, with the following proviso:
That all llts. eiutrpt thou otherwise
provided in tUa cwiuract owing un tbe
&te wheu tin act aiiall take ffi-i't or
run' ra.ctwl within six niontbs thrrftt-r
UmII ba payable In h silver . coma now
sz circulation in tbe I'hillpplne ltianda or
Caiaase Bill Dlaraaaaa.
The bouse then proceeded with the Phil
ippine coinage bill,
la the course of debate Mr. Kin (Conn.)
amount for which property was transferred
together with the market value of surb
property at the time of the transfer. All
rules, regulations and bylaws made for
the government of the company In any ot
ita dealings are also required.
All returns sre to be- mdc under oalb
by tbe president, tressurer and a majority
of the directors, and the commission is
empowered to require sworn replies to any
further questions It may desire to put to
the officers ot any company. Failure te
comply with these provisions may be pun
ished, on conviction before any United
said Secretary Shaw bsd Informed Mm that j Ststes district court, by an order prohib-
Economic&l and effective
Owing to Sta fbna k ixvaotrucal
in the extreme Clean at wl
JtviKn asap si
morning that a Mexican gentleman waa
now In Washington promoting an arrange
ment by which Mexico could adopt a cur
rency system uniform and Interchangeable
with that of the United States.
After a protracted discussion Mr. Jones
(Ya.) moved to strike out the first section
ot the majority bill and Insert tbe drat
sactlra of tbe minority aubstttute, which
provided for the' American coinage system
oamplete Into the Islands.
Tbs entire democratic aide and about
twenty republicans voted for Mr. Jones'
motion and It was carried by a Tisrar vote,
115 te 5.
By tellers the vote w as con firmed, 141
to IIS. 1
Without divisioa te remainder of the
majority bill was struck awt ad the fcib-
ttlng the offending company from engaging
In Interstate commerce.
The presentation of false returns will
lay tbe directors and others responsible
open to conviction of perjury.
The Interstate Commerce commission Is
directed to publish a list of all corpora-
Hons making returns, together with an
abstract or the particulars given for free
Railways and other common carriers are
prohibited from granting rebates, and ship
pers from accepting the same uuder a
penalty of $l,uou.
Maaaaaly la Karnlaaea.
Attempts, either direct or indirect.
thorizing a port of entry at Port Arthur,
Tex., but took no action on tbe bill locat
ing tbe port at Sabine Tass. which has
been Port Arthur's rival for the coveted
distinction. Tbe Port Arthur bill is cham
pioned by Senator Bailey, who has for the
last ftw days, when In the senate, refused
to allow any bills to go through by unani
mous consent, becaue of the failure of
the committee to art on this measure.
Stealeaaa Tialt While Ilaaae.
President Roosevelt today received a call
from two prominent Mexicans, Emerito do
la Oarza, Jr., a member of the Mexican
congress, and Enrique C. C. Creel, a banker
of Chihuahua. Tbey are in thia country
studying the financial system and desired
merely to psy their respects to tbe presi
dent. Tbey have bad cocferenrea during
the past week with Secretary Shaw and
Din, or of the Mint Roberts and are ac
quiring all possible Information regarding
finances, not only of the government, but
also of the country In general, with a
view 'of sheddirg light upon ths financial
situation In Mexico. In that country the
proposition ia now being considered of
changing from a silver to a gold basis.
In view ot claims made by both sides In
the senatorial contept in Delaware It ia
authoritatively stated that tbe president
bas not lnterferred in the matltr in any
control or eliminate competition are also
forbidden and are punishable by a fine of
attune Inserted. When the louiuutte ot not less than $00 or more than $5,000.
.the abole reported Msc Oamaied 4Pa) e-j Railways carrying goods which they know
xoaaded a separate vaea upop the subctl- to have been manufactured contrary to any
Cute and tha roll was called, the house bill 1 of the provisions of the act are also to
being adopted by 14i ta 12S.
., A resolution wss adopted calling on the J
wecretary ef the treasury for a list of the
national banks holding government A
'bl' other than duposits of disbursing
bfftcars, oa Tkereaiber XI. 1st)!, and on each
succeeding December SI. up to tbe present
time with tbe amount held. i
Tbe bouse then proceeded ta- tbe con
siders! ton of the Alaska (lelexta'ljl e.nd
al $JS the house adjouxuen.' ' "
be mulcted In a sum of not less than $1,600.
In order to facilitate tbe work of the
courts in probing alieged violations ot tbe
bill witnesses are sot dally called upon to
produce all books and papers demanded
aad to answer auch questions as may be
directed to them, whether such evidence
will lucrimtnate them or not. although It
la provided that no further action shall
lie by reason of evidence so given.
Flu ally, a clause la laoorpo rated ta re-
clear track. It evidently
SENATE DOES LITTLE WORK
Ulseasaes hlatrhaoe 11111 and Aa
Jaarne Wltbeat Taklac Any
Art I a a.'
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22. The statehood
bill occupied all the time of the aenate to
day except for a few routine matters which
came up during tbe morning hour. After a
brief executive aeasion an adjournment waa
taken until tomorrow.
was the work of train robbers or of per-
sons maliciously inclined.
Crashes lata Freight.
A freight train waa standing on the sid
ing and before the passenger engineer saw
tbe opeu switch bis train had paeaed
through It and crashed Into the freighl.
The passenger engine rolled over and down
an eighteen-foot embankment. Engineer
Fisher being caught under It and crushed
The mail car turned over, but the postal
clerks escaped unhurt, the remainder of
the train following.
Young Gilbert la a son ot B. N. Gilbert,
passenger agent ef the Missouri, Kansas 4
Texas at Fort Scott.
Up to 11:30 no further details bad been
received at the offices of the 'Frisco road
in this city.
FORT SCOTT, Kan., Jan. 12 None ot
tbe passengers on tbe wrecked 'Frisco
train were seriously hurt.
Pasaeasers Hot Badly Hart.
SPRINGFIELD. Mo., Jan. 22 At tbe
offices here of the superintendent of trans
portation of the 'Frisco system it was stated
that none of the passengers on the wrecked
express near South Greenfield was seriously
hurt, and that their injuries were so trivial
that it was not deemed necessary to aend
In a list of names.
Bloodhounds have been sent to the scene
in an endeavor to track the miacreanta who
threw tbe switch.
Owarr Shoots at What He
is Dog and Hits a
Ta t rass the Aades.
SANTIAGO. Chile, Jan. 2 -Tbe Chilean
congress has approved the bill authorising
the invfrnmint to Imile tenders for the
construction of a Trans-Aniline railroad
on the bawls of a guaratity of b per cent
interest on the coat of tbe work.
Many actors and alngers use Piso's Cure
te strengthen the voice end prevent hoarse-neea,
Mare Bnrned at OeelL
ODELL. Neb.. Jsn. 22. (Special Tele
gram.) The general store of Langdon
Drake at this pU.ce burned late last Eight
Tbe building and store are a total loss.
They were vslued at $10,000. Tbe lire
originated from a tailing lamp.
Farm Haaar hear Vlalet.
PAWNEE CITY, Neb., Jan. 22. (Spe
cial.) The bouse on tbe tana recently sold
te Mr. Warren ot Fumea county by L. H
ALBANY, Mo., Jan. 22 (Special Tele
gram.) Albert Johnaon, a young man 16
years of age, was shot and probably fatally
Injured last night by P. W. Bush, a local
Johnson waa stealing poultry at the time
he was shot. For some time Bush bas
been misBlng bis chickens. Last night be
saw what he thought was a dog running
away, and fired. It proved to be Johnson.
The young man claimed that be had been
hired to do the stealing for another man.
He bad two turkeys when shot-
HUMBOLDT. Neb., Jan. 22. (Special. )
The borne of Postmaster O. L. Bants was
the scene of a very pretty wedding cere
mony at $ o'clock Wednesdsy evening, at
which time Rev. Mr. Ballard ot Pawnee
City aaid tbe words which united the lives
ot Miss Mary Frank and Mr. A. A. Tanner,
both well known young people of this city.
Sixty Invited guests were present and the
rooms were prettily decorated and lighted
with colored elrtrle globes. Mr. and Mrs.
Tanner left for Lincoln soon after tbe wed
ding supper and congratulations were over,
and will be absent tor some time. They
will take up their abode on their return
ia tbe Hlavaty cottage on North Central
avenue. Tba bride has been raised la this
city and bas for a number of years occu
pied the position ot deputy postmaster,
while the groom la engaged la ths lumber
business In this city.
FREMONT, Neb.. Jan. 22. (Special.)
Charlea L. Klrkpatrick and Miss Nora
Chrastenaea. both ef this city, were twu
fle& yesterday afternoon at the residence
ot the brlde'a parents, Mr. anil Mrs. C.
Chrietensbn, on Fifth street, by Rev. C.
THK HEALTY MAKKKT.
INSTRT'MKNTS placed on record Thurs
day, January 22: .
Margaret Pierce and husband to
Krnaet Ilawklnson, e 1-2 of B V!-,
feet of w lit" feet of S 430 feet Tot a.
liartlett's add . r. $ 2.000
Norm Baldwin to Battle K. Harris,
nV lot 4, block 8, Plalnvlew add LtuO
Anna D. Ambrose and husband to
Charles Ohr, lot 8, Haas' subdiv
A. L. Keed et al to Omaha at Council
Bluffs Street Hallway company,
parta of government lot 8, In 13-1
F. H. Inher to Amelia Huser, w
lot 12. block 2. A. S. Patrick s add...
Bridget Qaul and husband to ), W.
Merrow, lot 24. Neisin's add
W. N. Namm and wife to Josephine
Hall, lot 1, block IS. Kountte flare.
W. D. Powell and wife to 6. A. Forgy,
lota $ and 4. block 8, Irvttigton.......t
Total amount of tranefers ...t"J0.ftC
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ii paid double the pnoo. Tha best salve
that experience can produce or thai money
Cures Piles Permanently
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a name DeWITT on every tog. All othecr
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