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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY. MAKCII 12. 1IK-3.
LaundrT Lesson Number Six,
No torn clothes you need to fix
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the satisfaction I
a pure soap.
the clothes and
saves them, too
liBjjuOr Oat SLUwk Swift & Cercjurr, dingo st st-rxni n.wsrr
FLOODS DO CRE1T DAMAGE
Sebrun Eaiiyoadg Scnvwlj Crippie-d Yj
Brifir-g IiBf Ckmftd Away.
riSSISSim R.'YtR OK TKt RAKPAGE
an Las. Flnnded lven
la Mnnr Dlstrleta Giving Avar
Before tbe rwMin of
(Continued from Firt rage )
Ta to had at all gvaeery i
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
ILkt Eickeik, & TaHar, ronsi Dead ia
SUPPOSED TO HAVE TAKEN HIS CWK LIFE
ClrewaBSlnneee and farruiln
Folnt to Patriae, hat Fnlle
fklrl rnlMMi !
There seems to be some cocatios tor an
lnaulrv ta the case of tba death of VUt
Sickeik, lb tailor, whose body It bow at the
morgue. Eickeik la srrpnasjed ta bare atiot
himself, but the police last night seemed ts
think that It vat a tasa ot murder. When
Chief Brig its was aakad about tbe natter
be said that lbe man bad bora killed by
outsiders, aa several auspicious circum
stances surrounded the ease. In tb first
place, Briggs said that the bullet causing
death was flrad from aa angle, la com
pany with a Bee reporter a well known
physician looked at tbc remains last night.
11 was found that tbe bullet entered about
one in b above tba left breastbone and
that it came out between tbc eighth and
moth rlba and about tour Inches from tbc
backbone. No bolea were shown la tbc
clothing and trom powder marks en tbc
flesh It it considered that tba weapon was
held close.. Aa Inquest mar be beld to
day, but physicians who examined tbc body
last night aay that there la hardly any
doubt that It waa a plain caae of juicide-
feickeik, aba ias beea conducting a tail
or.ng and cleaning business ta a amall way
la a room on Twenty-seventh atrert, Jost
north of N street, committed euicido Wed
nesday forenoon. At breakfast time Bickeik
appeared ta bit family tbe name aa usual,
bat aoon after be entered bis shop a abot
was beard, asd three wbe rushed lata tbc
little abop found tbc tailor en tbe Boor with
a rapine wound la hit left errant. A re
volver waa tightly clutched la the right
hand of tbe flrad maa,
Tbe family. consisting of a wife and one
child, arc left in destitute drrumataaoaa.
Sioknik bad lived la Bmrth Omaha for about
Tout years and waa erBidered by tbe paUoc
as somewhat dissipated. He had aa arti
ficial leg, and tba wife told Tnderuker
Brewer that abe would have ta pawn the
leg la order ta sec ure mosey enough a buy
toed for beraelf asd her child.
fan BvanemMat Oral a a-
Locme Lawrence Dennis, tbe child evan-
a-c'iat. wbe Is bit holding eerrloea la
Omaha, has made aa arrangement with Rev
W.. T. Bigrera. pastor of tbe Afiicaa Meth
ofiist Episcopal church, Tweaty-flfa and E
atreeU. for a aeries of tneetlnre Immedi
ately after eomplettnc bit labors la Omaha.
Tbe dales will be annouaoed later.
Etnrttlti tr LlVrmry
Ezcavating for the foundation of tbe
public library ooamwaced yesterday, fovea
teams vera at work and If tbe weather con
tinues rood tbe work win be completed this
wek There ia aa abundance t material
oa hand for tbe foundatioa work, and thia
m be pushed. Some members of the board
favar aome wort of a demonstration at the
lay in j of the cornerstone, while others
thiak the proposed ceremonies should be
postponed until tbe oomplenJoa of the build-
date has beea fixed and tbe hall ccgured.
tbe minor details will be looked after later
Uast year t the Brat annual dance of the
troop the crowd was so larre that those
who attended could not be armmmodated
oa tbc floor at one time. Reports from tbe
financial effioers of tbe troop snow that
there is money la tbe treasury and that
there Is aa outstanding indebtedness.
Haste City GmsI.
fra. J. B. Aabe It confined to her hern.
with atf attack nf the grip
Ho K OoMetrpm is out artin after belrf
Cfhre4 to bis home lor ntinr a week with
O. E. Bruce, bead Janitor at the popt-
ofllcie. baa recovered Trom nil recent ill
ness and is on duty acain.
J. -. TaHere assistant anperirrtendetit
at tbc I'nioB Fu.ck yarda, has returned
trom a trip te Chicago.
Kisf Marie HarrlitrUin ia quite si' k.
Fhe is suffering from n attack of ttie
H E. Fieharty and wife of 'orasnJnr"1".
I. C, are bere tbe guesit ol Mr. and airs
H. E- Fleharty.
Al Keenan was reported muth better by
tbe attending physician last nif:bt.
Kre. H Ijoxtslf baa returned from an
Juniata council :o. li, Or6-r of Pothan-
tas, vi u niwei on Friaay mciit at
ball. All members are nuuceiea to i
IH-ania McLin is seriously sick and is
not eapecwo to live.
The Missuinary society of tbe Christian
church wuj biwi with Mrs. Tracy. yf.Ti
atreet. on FTiday afttrnoon.
OUTSIDERS' DAY AT OAKLAND
lcai fiaiots Coatar Mooe-y
new iron bridge la act ia danger, but If
the channel changes. It will be left cover
ing dry ground.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. Marrh U Not
fur thirty years has Prairie crerk, a amall
stream In tbc northern and western part
of the county, been at such a height as
was reached yesterday. A stream that can
at many places be jumped across, spread in
some places ta a xoile and a half ia width.
Some of tbc farmers were compelled te
remove tbetr cattle to other fields and
rorrala. but further than this tie damage
vat done., viood river, running through
the county from east to west, is very high.
Tbe Pounder bridge la tbe west end went
dtrwa the stream. Others have beea
tbc steamers arc carrying sacks of sand arl
sfber supplies ts tbc more dangerous
'"We arc preparing te make a fight If
necessary," said Captain Loras of the en
A telegram received tonight gtres a more
hopeful new of tbc levee situation at
Carotbersville, H, where a serious break
la the embankment is threatened. Tbe tel
egram Is te Captain Liuraa. tnited ta:e
engineer In charre of tbe rirot and Second
levee districts of tbc Mississippi river, and
is from Assistant Engineer Kilpatrirk, bs
is la personal rharge of tbe work at that
point, and sari tbe caring of tbe river bank
la front of tbe first levee has aeoessitaied
its abandonment and that tbe second levee,
or loop, it now relied oa alone. This levee
will stand a further rise of five Jeet tf
as further cavir.g of tbc river bank occur.
Arkaaisas Bask. a Cave.
LJTTLE ROCK. Ark.. March 11 Tbc Ar
kansas rivet will pas tbe dat.ger line is
tbe nert twenty-four boura. The banks
of tbe stream are reported t be badly
NO DOUBTS CAST UPON
Ths Children Operated Upon by the Bone-Setter Are Able to Valkand
(Bee P pedal Serrloe
KEW TORE. March 11 Sevra of the j
children operated on Vy Ir. Lorent for
caring, factories at rerall s BluC have , conerniiei dislocation ol tbc :n, ana one eTf 0oiUf wel ,b1 r, lhrm
I discussion that followed tbc showing of ATI of tbe cbiic'ren operated upoa ry tbe
tbe patients, Tv. Taylor atid "We would Bone-setter a: Hudson, wis., arc walking
suppose from w hat wc bare read of tbe
Lorent operations that all tbc patien t
BAN FRANCISCO. March 11 Long shots
were much in evidence at Oakland today.
El Pilcito took tb- second ra si 16 to 1;
Kinaldo scored at , to j wnile liamente,
a I to 1 shot, scored In the third race.
Tbs weather was cloudy and track fast.
First, seven furlongs, oelimgi ipidus.
10b (J. Ialy) 4 to 1 won; Piantomus, 3"6
clwii i. to 1. second; Dotterell. K2 (U
Wiison W u , third. Time; !;.
Second, tive and a baif lurlunga, sell
Inr: Bl Plloto 11U CFrawiev) li to 1. won;
John Bciggs. 306 iKellyi I to 1 second;
Marineust-. Ufa tBolendi IS to 1, third.
Third, seven furlongs, selling: Rinaldn.
101 Sheehan) S to J, won; S-a Lion, 154
W. M aioot to X. Of-cond: I "arm a r, n
(iKiticnan) 2 to 1. third. Time: laV
Fourth, otic miie and fifty yads, sell
ing: Ihamente. K ifconneTl St to 1. won;
Fossil, HI cKeedi to 1, second; Position.
im (Adkinsi C to 1, third. Time: 1:44.
Fifth, one mile and an eighth, selling:
Ba tried. KIT CBonnen I to i, won: Blessed
lainwl, m iPierattt to . second; Kick
umfcofc 1M (W. W aldo; li to 1, third. Tunc:
With, sia furlongs, selling: Rag Tag,
1 J. Im.tyi a to 1 won; Lottie atuj-garet,
1 Wllsoii) i u 1. seccitid; Jdexicana,
Ufa c. Watson; 12 to 1, third. Tune: 1.14V.
!! ria r4 Barnes lau
NEW ORLEANS. March 11 Marion
IjrtK-h and Thane were the only winning
favorites today. Tbe slewarus have or
dered the refusal of further entries of
Banish lirr refusing to brfak at the post.
"W eather showery and track Iwevy.
First, selling, one mile: Marion Lynch
It tttit) h to . won; Petf-r Iurjea., llj
Munro J to J. swond; Brown Vail, Ifr
tPhilllpsi H to 1. third Time: ;.
Second, seven turtongv: otni, lift
Fuiien k to h. won: Mr. Frank Poster.
16 (Hevlssonl 7 to i second; Huntress. ltC
tOtln S to 1, third. Time: 1 :Si.
Third. Irv furlcmpt: Kedan. K rw'lnk
fieidi to 1. won: Censor 11 Ful)eri id to
1. second; Whiskey King. (Mcjoyct; i
k to 1. third. Time : 1 c l-b
Fourth, handicap, one mile anf twenty
y-ards: Thane, 11 Fuller t I to b. won
HIGH WATER NOT YET REACHED
H'ettker Bareas Eicerli Ktvrro 1
Kis Farther Dwrlwa: West
Three Day a.
WASHINGTON, March 11 Tbe westber
bureau this afternoon lssoed tbc follow
Tbe Ohio river will probably crest at
EvanrviDe during the pert thirty-six hours
at something under feet- At Paducah a
stage of 6 feet is indicated within tbc
nert two days. At Cairo tbc river will rise
lor two or three Cays with a flecreiisa
Prom Cairo to Eranrville tbe conditions
are more threatening than since Tuesday.
The sise is progressing at increasing rate,
and 85 or St feet of water is expected at
Memphis by Sunday or Monday. Tbc
White rleer has continued to rise rapidly,
while tbe Arkansas It also pear flood stage.
Below Helena tbe rise will continue
steadily. The Mississippi belcw Vlcksburg
and tbe Atchafalaya will continue to rise
for the next two or three days, while the
Red below Shreveport and he Puarhite will
continue to rise for several flaya.
Mississippi lw Is Cavtaat.
CARrTHERSVXLia. Mo March U The
old levee, the greatest danger point along
tbe Mississippi, a mile and a quarter south
of here, is caving, with the river showing
a rise of tour inches and rain falling heav
ily. The alt nation is grave. Government
engineers regard It as tbe most critical
flood point along tbe river. Four hundred
mea are building a new levee
Landing places along tbe river are sub
merged, many towns trc entirely sur
rounded and tbe river, which continues to
rise, hat backed up for miles. Tbe leveei
alone are between tbe flood and Carutbers
ville. and S.OUO Inhabitants who are in fear
of destruction, and tbc surrounding coun
ties with farming and lumbering interest
GRAND HAVEN. Mich.. March U. Den
ver here trom tbe Ice gorge is over. The
ice went out today w ithout damage to the
CAIRO, HI.. Mart 11. It Is reported
that the levee has broken at Price's land
ing, near Commerce.
Ohio la More Hopefml.
CINCINNATI. O-, March 11 Tbe river
here hat been stationary at 49.1 since I
o'clock. The weather is cloudy asd cooler.
The local forecast aays the river will past
tbe fifty-two-toot stage Thursday. It re
quires about fifty-five feet to cause any
material d is: urbane of traffic. The outlook
now Is that there win be no disastrous
Iadlaaua Fears Reesrt.
Stratton 1 1. IcC (Otiei ( to L second:
inf. . Front what President Bruce McCal-) Jessie Jarboe. M h. P. Haacki ( to 1,
loch eaya. there will he sta ooremoay at the
laying of tbe cornerstone, and If he has his
way there will bo so demonstration of any
situs Car IsisreTesicsU.
For a couple of rears or more the city
aathorraes have beea wishing that the
street oar company would remove the idle
tracks oa N street Tetter day workmen
commenced taking op the switches at
Twenty-toarth and N otrwets and ' at
Twenty-sixth and N streets aad laying
heavy ra.la. The removal of those twe
switches, which were weed whea the Met
re poll tan line was la oerrloe, w in not only
add greatly ta the appearanoe of tbs street,
hot will facilitate tbe apeed of ears so the
11ns. Other improvements are being made
oa tbe west end of the Q street lis. Some
poles are heisg art aad a quantity of
ballast is bring hauled down fr ia Omaha
and placed oa tbc tracks from Thirty-third
street to the western terminus of tbe line.
Mrs, Oaaliai IVpsa.
Mre. A. Smith, aged T? years, was found
deed ia bed Wednesday marring at the
home of ber daughter. Mrs. T. W. Ralph.
KII J street I'ndenaker Brewer took
charge of tbe remains Tbe notice of the
funeral will not be given until relatives
froa WIscohsib have beea beard from.
Heart failure s gives as tbe cause of death,
atek.k ah tlorlsl PssitsA
O account of tbe death of Mrs. A. Smith
tbe party te have beea held by tbe Rebekah
lodge at the home of Mrs. Elton Clerk on
Thursday afternoon has beea postponed
The date of tbc social will be announced
after the funeral ol Mrs. Smith.
Trss, ataslBesw Mee-ttag.
A business met ting of the South Omaha
Cavalry troop was held last night at the
troop club rooms. It was decided te hold
tbe second annual ball of tbe troop at the
Fachsnge oa tbc nlgbt of April 1Z. Com
salt Iocs ia ho aanoaaord later. As the
third. Time: IAS.
Fifth, selling, one mile: Malster. Ill
cPhiillpsi to 1. won: Moderatcir. 110 W.
Kicks i ft to 2. second; Albert Lee, PJ
(Munrol M te 1. third. Time: 1:!.
Sixth, one mile and sixteenth: hnnnwp.
Mi iKoi'pinsi i to Z. won: Imdie S HI Inv-
lssocl 12 to 1, second: Banish. li Pollock I
I to a, third. Tims: i:tu.
GANS KNOCKS CROSBY ABOUT
Easily tanaisi Title ma Chassploa
Lightwright la Irlusu
HOT SPRINGS. Ark.. March IV In an
eVven-round tight tnnia-hi with Pteve
Crosby ot Louisville. Juc Gtns. the trht
weight rhampioii. suceeshfu.lv defenoed
his title, dcui.g most of the fighting and
shewing a clear Wd in every detail.
Tbe two men fought at about 14 jcu?iflv
Tonjny Ryan, tne middtewejght chtm
pion. acted as referee, and "'Honest John"
Kelly was tunekeejier
Crosby's bugging taotios saved him from
early defeat, but disgusted the siectatnrt.
who lass, d rejieated.y. In tbe eighth
round Ororby was knocked through the
roiiea. He was repeatedly knocked dcwTi
and when, in the eleventh. Gant whs
punching him all over the ring, 'Iroshv t
seconds threw- up the sjKingt. The tipfct
was for a purse of 14 oa. the winner get
ting ti. HUH and the loser tl.smi.
TmrroM-si Heads raeuaea.
MONTE CARLO. March U Tarrasrh
beat Pi'lsburt today In a game which lad
been sojourned from the fifth round of the
International Chest touriiament now ic
jirogress here. The score up to date it as
fellows: Tarrasch. 1.: Marocxv. H-:
7 exJimanu. I, i'lliai.ury 14. auiiechler
JB Mmmw. IS: MRree. if: Taulmnitm us
: Wolf. X'. Marstia.l. V. Mason, A! tun.
7t'- Rtfri". i. Moreau linn The tunth
fwuh ui be pia tusimrsow.
BtaU Gma Aro Obtaiatvg.
XEW TORK. March 11 At tbc conclu
sion of today s orewmn of the American
Base Bali teague. Preaioet.t Johnson de
clared powuvely lliat ttie location of the
plating ground and all octaiis of tbe New
T or t Aibertran league club would be maoe
public tomorrow wetiii.g.
WXleWW T"armXXJI9 OCW
ETANET1LLE, lnd.. March 1L With
rain threatening today and high water
above to come and high water below to
hold the general flow In check, the predic
tion this morning Is made that the river
at this point will go almost to tbe mark of
ISM. the highest on record. Tbe gauge
marks 42 4 this morning and stationary
with chances of another rise before night
tall. Considerable drift ia floating by the city.
At Rbam's station the water is two feet
deep ia houses, and business Is suspended
Several shanty boats on tbe Wabash and
! tbc Green rivers have been crushed ia the
flood and loss of life is feared. Farmers
about Mount Vernon have fled from tbe
high waters taking their household goods
and live stock.
A large foroe of men several thousand
bags at sand and two, pile drivers are at
tiecker, near Vwcennea, s here tbe Evana
rille 4t Torre Haute railroad crosses While
river. At this point a trestle 2.000 test
long is necessary to keep the high water
from touching the tracks and ts prevent
the bridgt washing away. In order to pre
vent any wrecks tbe company is closely
guarding its property.
In the White river bottoms, as far as
the eye oaa see, fields are covered with wa
ter. Houses are vacant, the occupants be
ing forced to leave by tbe water. White
river is still rising.
LA FORTE, lnd.. March 11 The Kanka
kee river is out of its banks aad the sur
rounding country has beea flooded for miles
and people have te move about ia boats. The
river has reached the highest point known
and buildings have beea moved trom their
hew Esglasl lawadaied.
BOSTON. March U The Merrifcae, the
cotton mill river of New Hampshire and
Masaach uaetts. and tbe Penobscot and Ken
nebec, In Maine, are rapidly rising and
threatening serious damage.
At Lawrtnr-fc. Mass.. the height of the
river iz causing inconvenience to the local
nulls and a portion of tbe plant ot the
Champion International Pajier company has
been forced to shut down. The Shawkbeea
and Spitket rivera. tributaries ot the Mer-
rimac, are out of their banks.
FAOTCAH, Ky.. March IX The gauge
tonight is Ah T and rising. Mary thousands
of acre ot wheat are reported ruined from
Mississippi ta nisiog.
MEMPHIS. Tenn March 11 The Missis
sippi river is rising steadily at tha point,
the gauge this morning marking feet.
This is a rise of five-tenths of a foot la the
last tsenty-four hours. It la believed tbat
the river will reach a mark ot ZS feet at
Reports froa Mississippi and Arkansas
today indicate that the gravest apprehen-
aioa prevails regarding tbe flood situation,
la aome districts armed sentries are pa
trolling tbe levees. All streams and rivers
ia Arkanras are overflowing. la North
Memphis the flood has already begun en
croaching at certain points and it will take
but a lew inches more te render work im
post; ble at many at the lumber Industries la
that seel ion.
At Green lava aad Second streets the hack
waters have reached the latter thoroughfare
and the occupants of cabins have beea eoav
peiled to flee ta higher ground.
Tbc steamer Georgia Lee arrived from
Cairo today and reports all landing ta be
la aa untoward condition. The steamer s
offioers aay refugees from tbc los lands are
to be swea vverywhore. The government
anglnoerg have aims&tad ihau; Ion we aad
beea compelled te close.
soy beree Has krskea.
NATCHEZ. Kiss, March 11. A report
reached here today that tbe Texas Pa
cific railway embankment at Boucre, about
thirty-five miles south of Vsdalia. had
broken, but Sheriff Gillespie cf that parish
could not verify the report. This em
bankment is fifteen feet high, or three
feet higher thaa tbe high water stage ot
18PT. and is a new levee.
Officrs on the mail steamer Betsy Ann
are authority tor tbc statement that frame
buildings ia the lowlands have been washed
away. Residences have been torn from
their foundations and some have been
caught and held by the trees. The own
ers and occupants were glad to escape
with their lives. Ueer. bears and other
animals bnve been driven te high lands
and are being slaughtered in large num
bers. Tbe weather is threatening. The river
guare is t.g. being l.l shove tbe danger
line, and rising.
More Water EspeeleA.
JACKSON. Miss.. March 11 Tbe board
of control today ordered ail available con
victs to be placed at tbe disposal of tbe
Tasoo. Misa, levee board. Tbe levees
are still three feet above tbe wster, but
tbe danger Is great, at large volumet o!
water are expected Saturday. Pearl river
continues to rate and hat spread over tbe
sect i on t adjacent to Jackson.
V1CKSBURG, Miss., March 11 E. C.
Tcllmger, assistant general engineer of the
Tazoo. Miss., board, says all the levees
are holding splendidly, tbe steady rains
ot the past few days being tbe most seri
ous caune of alarm. The water is rising
steadily here at tbe rate of nearly half a
foot In twenty-four hours, tbc gauge to
night registering 47.7.
Flood M Orleoaa.
NEW ORLEANS, March 11 The river is
rising very alewly. The gauge today marked
lit, a rise ot only one-tenth In the last
twenty-Tour boura. Tbe stags is still over
a foot under tbe record.
The most unfortunate condition at pres
ent is tbe continuance of the rainy weather.
This is having the effect of softening the
levees and all Louisiana It prsying tor a
return of sunshine.. Six hundred mem are
at work today at various points sacking
weak points and raising tbe line of em
bankments. Thousands ot sacks of sand are being dis
tributed along the liver. The onjrineers re
port tbe levees between Southport and Car
rollton In excellent condition ts stand a
much greater strain than they have thus
tar been subjected to. -
The raited States engineer officials hsve
promised co-operation with lie authorities
in narrying oa tb fight agrJnst tbe flood
'All tbe levee boards ot the' state may be
said to be in continuous session and wvery
foot of levee on tbe river and oa Its tribu
taries as unltr surveillance.
Arkansas Banks Cave.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark.. March 11. The Ar
kansas river will pass the danger line in
the next twenty-four hours. Tbe barks
of the stream are reported to be badly
caving. Factories at Devall's Bluff hsve
beea compelled to close.
NATCHEZ. Miss., March 11 The Mis
sissippi river Is 2." let above tbe danger
line. The weather Is threatening. The
steamer Betsy Ann -eports a most de
plorable condition below here,
H.ktsk Flds la new V.rk.
cperatea on ry i.-r. icuiier. i ai-aoi , .j fcbl, w ty ,hi, tiB1,
of the great Aur Jlan surgeon, were I tct jmim however, that few of them , with him. That it tbr d.terrntw The
and doing flnr. In no cane was chloro-
1 trtra given, a knife or plaster east used or
tbe losst pain experienced. Tbe Lorent
me-hod it the old tirtbod. while the Bone
Setter method it tbe new. and original
brought before the orthopedic section of raa walk, and la some cases a 4aralysis of . Bone-Setter method rfirrt hope aad help ta
tbe Academy cf Medicine tonight. Ia tbe aome of the nrusrles ha art la." nery crirpled rfcild la the land.
Milwaukee Ticket Office.
"All the city ticket offices cf tbe railroads entering Omaha,
with one exception, are lined on Farnam Street, vritb
the center of gravity heading for 16th and Farnam
Streets" The Omaha Bee
Naturally ! That is the location of the Milwaukee's new office,
and travel is headed towarjl the Milwaukee.
Three fast trains to Chicago every day. They leave the
Union Station at 7.45 a, m 5.43 p. m. and .05 p. m.
F. A. NASH,
GeneraJ Western A.enL
1524 Fatrn&Ri Street,
C LI AHA.
Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway.
WANTS WORE STRINGENT "WS QOSt Of EfCrylhmg
Correspondent Thinks tbe Fonlshsnent
f Robbers sboala ate Mm
OMAHA. March in To tbe Editor of
The Bee: As the exponent of the public
needs, will you please call the attention
. of the legislature to the pressing need of
I fnnre ETrlnvpTit l.v. Tor the stinnreasine of
robbery. Tbe punishments meted out to
criminals In this city hsve been ao Inade
quate as to be a disgrace to our civilisa
tion. A robbery oommitvrd by assault or
violence, or by tbe display ot a deadly
weapon, or by persons who are disguised,
should subject tbe perpetrators to impris
onment for not leas than from live to tea
years; and to secure the arrest of robbers,
a sufficient reward should be offered. Our
police force, too, should be Increased, as
It is entirely too small for tbr proper pro
tection of tbe persons and property ot a
city of the sise of Omaha. Personal pro
tection is ot supreme Importance to every
good citisen. al whatever cost it may be
secured. QUIET CITIZEN.
We fire vrritten
contracts to cere
Diseases and Disor-
- 4 ucr 01 men, ur re
T -? V f tfl-4 enneiov
J "Viuuy iiivuwj pssiw.
Many cases taken
S5.00 per month.
swral Si f Sara. vrKhost esiUaa. swla m teas st
C VDtfll If sseal asr ill. sa tks snbna thae-
I 1 Si 1 smjb was smpioni sis
I lil ! sat lalT. KStAJLIWO
1 aaa. aa ts. akm ar In Ttaai
aj k a hi
KSpatta 1 iBllili iai.it
ifT" af Ta. Cm
uii..i main, aa
While Buffering with a severe attack of J
the grip and threatened with pneumonia, j
Mrs. Annie H. Cooley of Mlddlefleld. Conn.. 1
FONDA. X. T-, March 11. Heavy rains began using Chamberlain s Cough Remedy
have caused the Mohaw k river to overflow ' and was very much benefited by its use.
and flood portions of tbe valley. j The pains in the chest soon disappeared,
Much damage to property it reported. ; the cough became loose, expectoration easy.
Houses have been flooded and families j and in a short time ebe was as well as ever,
compelled te seek plsces of safety. Many Mm. Cooley says sbe cannot speak too
factories have shut down. Tbe central ( highly In praise of this remedy,
and West Shore railroads are suffering j
Trains Dallj Qnr
The Only DsnM Track
CiT. OFFICE, 1401 140J Farnam St ;
Tel Sil mad Sli.
from landslides. Hundreds of persons em
ployed in chops In the various towns of
the valleys have been thrown out of employment
Terr Lts states.
Of the two men giving their names as
Harry Brown and Jim M llliana. who were
j ai Tested Tuesday iiijrht by Letoctiyes Fer
i ns and Xiavia. and who gave such devious
j accounts of then movements and so many
aliases. Brown vesterdav confessed to
To point in Montana. Idaho. Washington. I f ,l,un Mostyn that be is wanted in Salt
n..m TiritiKh rwumhta rnk mA rv.i- l-ke City lor f orrery and bond breaking.
Oregon, British Columbia. I tab and Colo- He .. thaT hi, ranie Wilkinson
rado, in effect daily trom February 15 to and that be passed a spurious check in the
April 30, via Chicago Great Western rail- I'tah city for gi2. drawn on the City Im
t r r v a rvi I provement company. He wae arrested, so
way. Write to J. P. Elmer. G. P. A.. Chi- Jie MJ., kn(J m vA Thit be fr-
caga, lor full particulara. I felted snd caire to Omaha. Tbe other man
! beid, Williams, has made no ta lenient.
a. kenis Xiaitew sVrtnnta staw,
CHICAGO. March 11 The application on
behalf of the Florissant Valley Jockey
club of St. Louis lor a transfer of the
racing dates. April li to May 1 was with
drawn today st s meeting of the Western
jockey ciun stewards. According to Man- 1
ager Murphy of the Kinioch track, this
ai'Unn guarantees tbe spring meeting at I
KinlCM-h and he hat pnst;oned the closing I
of stakes until March lfc Mr. Murphv I
left Chicago tonight to Solicit entries for
ail racing points. !
aaasarew sras. sr lain
1 Ifc&S. Utn MJlVOVt trBIUTT OB EX-
natTKiji. warrrwo wmnsrKESK. wic EaktT
' xacaT la VOt'NC sat xutiLX SOED. auk al .an.
I viaar sa aoausta. wltk aiat taamlrat asS weak.
STRICTURE f -2 uriTirs:
IRIItRI. KShwy sai Wladaar TiaiM Ja
1 Waa. namlac Una.. Pi.liaaiiw af ttrlaauiie. Crua
Mik Calarafi. ar wns miisy a.aii..m aa
CamBnlta.tln rn. Tuslsiist ky Hall.
ChOI anr nstgrsas. Cwv. lta A Demgrtna.
DR. SHALES & SEALES, Cztti, Ks..
Treats all toraoa of
XT Tears Experience,
ears in unina.
hes never been
aaaaawssinananiii mi 1 ill iijaajaaaa. i'i .
Is tbe worst disease on earth yet the
easiest to cure WHEN VOL' KNOW
WHAT TO DO. Many have pimploa. spots
on tbe earn, sores in the mouLh. ulcers,
tailing hair, bone paint, catarrh; cent
know it is BLOOD POlboN. Rend to I'R
EEUWK. Vlt Arch Ft., Philadelphia Pa.,
for BROWN'S BLOOD CUP.E. tL W kt
bottle ; lasts one month. ftold on y by
fciierman A MctonoeU Lrug Cu lbih and
1 KKlKt Ml . Omaha.
11 Kt.e hik in a row
ja Ituc Btore.
loth and loogs 8ta
Ercgn't Capsiilet d
eaualed ai,u eeii uit brings many flatter
ing rejiorts of the goad be is doing, or ths
relief be has given.
Kct Springs Trti utclfcr i)pHi;j
And all Blood Poisons. NO "FREAKING
CtT" on the skin or fare and ail external
o'.gns of tbe disease disappear at amoa
ELCOO DISEASE TJT'iolSt
V ARICQCELEa.7 U?r?S?w!
OYER 33,000 us debility, li of
vltaJitv. unnatural dtscharrns. etrictura.
1 Oieet. Kidney and Bladder Disease. Hy-
..eat ...mnurc fet'IC'K CTEES-U-W CHAROES
UCliKD WOkLK. t Treatment by mail P O. box Tm OfTics
tm Bis fnrsnn.tural
1j riauiiu or UIU.TSIU111.
f biciii s.silii.aai.
aiiiMM am. aat aatna-
tlCEtNUttCtlfMSa. Dl saat ar aowiaxaa.
, i ae a.nt I. t a raster .
t. .saraam. arfaaiS. fur
O' til nr tinrtl. St 7t
Clrcalar sua aa lauaaac
over 2u e 14th street. )rween Farnam and
Douglas streeta, OMAHA, NEaV
miaU' WeCai. lsg,ri (gjia ltr-1 ZVWUT TVmUMTIuL oataV aft
tltMntL 0mlUa. HlMI'il.
Uirb fkUd nrfD mwtiktiiiic
C-r - sX385&M&f
nt; ntv . n n v. ti -t
11 11 fe, lb 9 a aa M 11 ir-i a aan . u i.i l j'iit.r
WINE OF CARDUI Cxired
Mrs. Laura Van Anken, 1074 Columbia St, Chicago, IIL,
Worthy Sexrctary, Independent Order of Good TempUrs.
' -I . S r'
1 KIT AMI, II... H7T. ia. iri. .
T Lull, an il ii, tTin. iJt C t. i Immiu. 1 V.ava fnrmrl it tka Mnlv Ttieiimr art. ir a a... iteinetfl Tr.. 1
r ara 4 rtr veara with lieadaches and naina in the lower rmtmi. At titties 1 was ao dizxr thai I had to fo bo
lied and existence was atmp)y naaerv. The doctor toid me thai 1 bad ulceration cb the womb ot lurif garirtiny
and Urn disease simply drained my'life farces. After I bpan nsinj' Win ot Cardoi I g-rew strtmer pradually.
My ffexieral health t-ean to improve tieiure tne hrst botue wat nsrid and wnthia a muxah the dizzy siiis were (
goat. I nsed tbe 'treatment iar fu!!y three months, each day feeiinj Itener until TaduaiJy new heAlth and
ii i rrT V. earns to Wis t .en
1 cannot speak too highl
of ycror wonaeriui renuecy.
Wine of Cardoi strikes al the very seal of f emaie weiiinest by reuiatiiijr the notmstruai flow. Tbe Wine is
staxifngf ul prescrijitiriii that hat sUxd toe test iar threeuflrters of a oentory during wrtack period 1.500.0CK) suSerituj
women Lave secured health Vt 1U nse. Wme of Caraui is offered to the n.iliioiis 3 women who, like Mrs.Tan anken
are harmp their life forces drained away by the scourge cb femate sickness. But it is ycrar duty to stop this drain. te
eradicate this scour pe which is renderirip your life oneotiaJ to the demands of your fanuly and kved -onea. N irte
tnon oat of rvery twenty women who Lave need Wine vt tarcini endorse it ia the" iufrhest terms, kn. Tan Atikes't
letter nd the rhoaaands uf other aflturs w huih come to ns pntaicihrd are the stranjreat induortaaeinhi to attract yon to
this front beaith-f tvtnf remedy. Mrs. Tan Anken beartL'v endirst Wine of Cardoi because it is the only medicine
which helped her. Because it cured her headaches and pan. Becanae it ncnyrA the terrible drains which were waatiaf
nor life away, and because it made her a strong and heaJtky w cm inn. What better reaatut etmid be offered for yon
to give Wine al Cards! a sampie truvL Ail drtif?iau soil II .00 beetles.
Tk'TtT fc "aa V . - fin
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