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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY. MAKCII 15. 1!03.
REOIIREMENTS FOR GUARD
Vi'l Pit Jo Tuv&t fnn Hationi; GoTers
mCTi Tur:ig Cu-ract Tea:.
HiGH WATtft HELPS IRRIGUlOMSTS
Verbid (roul ti.it. I adertaVlaa.
Room. lr tbe Bady at
Mesended. Ikr Etrritri
tFrom Stuff Ccrrer,cr.a'T,t.)
LINCOLN. V.ib 14 - iF;.orial ) Ad
jutant Genera Culver bar received a
statement a 10 the amount of sppropris
tion that will 1 made to the several etste
Imctuw of tbe enactment of the Dev. law
is regard to tbe National Guard. Tbe
stsienirnt show that the Nebraska Na
tional Guard ha an aggregate strength of
1.711 end under the new law the estimated
profit to the state will be tr.r.:?. The to'al
amount from all source for tbe year, in
cluding army equipment and money, will
be KS.f,17.4(l. All thia w.Il be received,
providing that tbe mate compile with th
Among tbe thing that tbe state will
have to Co to fulfill theae requirement are
tbsr: It will have to have an annual
encampment of the National Guard of not
leas than five oon.eru' ire dr the year
preceding tbe allot tuciu, earb company
must have at least twenty-four drill dur
ing the year and each member must b?
able to patia a rigid Inspection under tbe
direction of the secretary of war. v hicb
will not rely Include tbe manual of artria.
foot movement s. retjuiremeiits of drill r?g
ulaiion. ibe firing regulation aa provided
under tbe rym-m f small-arm flrirg rrg-ulatir-n.
but administration. including tbe
ability of each commanding officer of each
company to make out complete reports ai
required In the regular army for adminis
tration work: to ke-p all books, record,
letter a received and letter sent out. a
proper index and copies, each ncmler
must make the necessary record in target
practice; each member must also rhow the
proper ability to care for and account for
all quartermaster store. Tbe adjutant
rrnrra! is made the dispersing officer for
ail allotment and to guarantee a proper
conduct of thl affair he ii required to give
a lli. bond.
Nt breaks will not be able to get any
bt-neft from tbe new law this year because
no encampment waa held lest year.
Adjutant General Culver will make strong
eSorts to place tbe National Guard In a
position to get tbe allotment next year and
is now laying plans for the carrying out
of bis Idea. This year bis office, though
tie work tnd responsibility connected
therewith has largely Increased, has asked
only a small sum of money from the legis
Isture In excess of that appropriated by
tbe last legislature.
Mickey Eajovs Triat.
Governor John H. Mickey returned to
Lincoln this morning after having attended
the banquet in Chicago given In honor of
the Methodist governor by the Chicago
Methodist Social union. Governor Mickey
waa accompanied to Chicago by Mrs
Mickey. He returned full of enthusiasm
for tbe Methodist church, for the union and
for the officera of the union and for every
thing else In connection with the meeting
"It was a remarkable meeting. he said,
"and I am glad that I attended it. I be
lieve that every person In attendance -t
that banquet, and there were about 700. wai
strengthened and encouraged and helped. I
am sure That I was."
Governor and Mra. Mickey were highly
entertained and .the governor apeaks in
praise of those who were on the entertain
ment committee. He enjoyed a pleasant
visit with Silas MrCormick of the McCor
mlck Harvester company and . with It.
Nance, a brother of Nebraska's former
governor. . Friday morning Oovernor and
Mra. Mickey were given an automobile ride
to several of the principal points of In
terest In the city. Governor Mkfcey was
enthusiastically received at the banquet.
In discoursing his remarks made at tbe ban
quet In regard to the Inaugural ball which
be refused to participate in, the governor
said: "It was not my intention to mention
that but it was referred to by the toast
master when I was introduced so I spoke of
flaee Fraleraal Order.
F. O. Burdlck said the Sons and laugh
ter of Protection deposed him from the
office of supreme medical director of tbe
order several month before hi term ex
pired, and therefore he has filed suit in tbe
district court of Lancaster county for f2.ufl
although his Items foot up IS.OOO. Burdick
said be was elected medical director of tbe
order In January. 1W1, and that his term
of office would have expired In May, lWt.
had not the constitution and by-laws been
tampered with unlawfully and illegally.
Consequently he finds himself out of office
tb. first Tuesday in October, ISK'4.
Water for Irrlawtlea.
Tbe high water has at least made the ir-
ngstion department of the state govern
ment jubilant. Vnfler Secretary Smith re
turned from the west this morning and
salU that prorpect of Irrigation next year
were greatly enhanced by lb high waiar
la Nebraska streams. The water surp'y
for Irrigation purposes will be greatly la
rxcesa of tbe average. He stafd this
iDorritnr that tbe Ice gorges at Grand Island
and further up tbe Tlatte had forced the
water out of tbe lowlanda, transfonnltg
tbe bottoms Into a rest lake. Because of
this full supply of moisture he predict
a very succersful year for the Irrigation
regions. Tbe action of the Ice Jams in
carrying out pile bridges he attributes to
the fact that there has been more water
than usual In the channels of the sballow
streams during the winter, with tbe result
that tbs Ice which generslly freese fsst
to tbe bottom of tbe streams and is held
in place until it melts, was tree to float
awey with tbe first ourush of tbe flood
MarVtd Crew d Views Bady.
At tbe Troyer undertaking establish
ment the body of Got lu b Niegenfind, the
executed murderer, lie for the Inspection
of a morbid public. All day crowd of
men. women and children have filed
throuch tbe room to get a glimpse o! tbe
detiii man. Frequently the p. ace became
congested with school boys, struggling and
pushing with men and women, to get clone
to the repulsive spectacle.
Governor Mickey was highly Indignant
ben be was Informed that tbe remains
were uptrn exhibition. "If I bad any power
unticr tbe law to prevent this." he said.
"1 certainly would." Later the governor
talked with tbe attorney general, but that
gentleman wa of tbe impression that
nothing could be done.
At the request of Niegenfind tb? body
was turned over to Bev. Allenbsch to i
sent to Pierce county for burlsl. It was
removed to the undertaking establishment
to be held there until Rev. AlWbacb could
raise sufficient funds to defray tbe ex
pense of removal.
BEATRICE OUT FOR REFORM
Orufcli Ken Do K..mtwtrj Vcrk "m Behalf
of Equal Taxation.
p.mlroads shirking w gage county
Td evil as; Bel at
eats A ties
Watc-a ajeadtae C't; -
si fwrtlrlr. e
GEOF.GE W. POST FOR MAYOR
Yerk Rraafcllraas Ksksae a Tlrket and
Eadarae t be Prftnt A 4 mimi
tratlaa af the City.
TOr.K. Neb.. March 14 (Si-eetal.) The
following councilmen were nominated by
the republicans at caucuses held Friday
evening; F. P. Van vTickle. First ward;
William Colton, Second ward; H. P. Lun
dern. Third ward, and R. R. Copsey. Fourth
ward. At tbe city convention last evening
Hon. George Vr. Tost was nominated for
mayor, and In a speech of acceptance he
pledged his best efforts tn promoting the
moral upbuilding of Tork. He warned
druggist that if he were elected it would
be his purpose to take sway their license
permit If they abused tbelr privilege. Mr.
Post also expressed a hone that the in
coming city administration would have
necessary paving done. George Newman
wa nominated for city clerk, George S.
Cook for city treasurer, A. 8. Codding for
city engineer. All members of the old
school beard were renominated. Tbey are:
Mr. A Warner. Mrs. Jerome, Mrs. J. B.
Evans, H. M. Child and George Schreck.
Resolutions were unanimously adopted en
dorsing the present city administration,
calling' attention to the new sewer system
completed and paid for without a cent of
TO ENLARGE STARCH FACTORY
Arsra Plaat at Krkraiks City Will Be
Dowbled la Mae aai KassTser af
Esaylare law, it a. C
NEBRASKA CXTT, March 14. (Special
Telegram.) Surveyors for the National
Starch company are in the city platting
the company's ground here for tbe erection
of a large addition to the Arge factory.
Tbe new addition will double the capacity
of the plant and Increase tbe number of
employes by over 200.
Bon Plnts I tor Ins;. Scabby
Swellings, Carbuncles, Pimplea, Scrofula
rntntni'T mm tor t&ktn Funntc SUuoe bain-. It
Imltwi ia aeuv fniawD id tlw bioua. if yu av.
'-! .ltd tn bauM. to so Joint. Ittiluik.
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ftusiugB ki-Q "dumna on Uw Saib. Mu-im flcb I.
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BMasi BIm4 at. lam. . (Timers
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feltmd PtttwMi .vl llwr iwchthi tb. it C4W
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mrm omumvi tor Ml vfuJ pilUMd rondltM mt tb.
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ttk .nt ScrMrbln. .cb. mm4 K-n ourws KfeMt
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giviu . sunk bmluir auwwd mu'1) im mMmmmm imruk.
otnnlc Blond balm mm Cum of atl Klndte.
SueeurMin Swuntw, E.uns Sana. Tustww. blr
I'Iom.. li ana tii. Cutr luaui .nd IM
upm mt wm MtMT p.i l ct t if so. b. . MT
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Ku. tAa B.omI hmim .nd .til d imhi.t W-
tur. tkwr M.ios luu Cuiour Suf mpitmrmnur
tao.l-a rmmrn ml f .mar ur4 W tesius bum,
I Fiars tar ftelliaaT Llaaar.
FREMONT, Neb, March 14. (Special.)
Karl Bcimson of Crowd was arrested yes
terday by Sheriff Bauman on the charge
of selling liquor without a license. He
waived examination in tbe Justice court
and pleaded guilty In the district court
Judge Hollenbeck sentenced him ts pay
a fine of (100 and costs, which he promtly
It is aaid that Seimson had been running
a saloon at Crowel without complying with
the provisions of the (locum law for some
time and that the people at that point
would have permitted him to do so indefi
nitely had not a farmer living sear tbs
place filed a complaint. Seimson promised
tbe county attorney that be would quit tbe
tlaa af Tersalaala.
BEATRICE. Neb.. March 14 (Special
Telegram F. 1). Vad and W. F. John
son of Omaha were Lrre today in the in
terest of senate fie J4R. which provides for
tbe assessment of railroad properties In
rttie snd vjlleg" of Nebraska on the same
basis as otb"T property.
Mr. Wead met a numb-r of representa
tive businas men at the Paddock hotel
parlor today and addressed ;b"m on tbe
matter of equality in taxation between tbe
small rropery pwnrs snd the railroads.
He showed very plainly tbe injustice of tbe
present system of taxation in Beatrice and
other cities and towns in tbe state and
proved by his argument that -be pre pc sea
Irrij.iBtion would benefit every city in Ne
brtsha. Tbe ceetlng sdjourned until this even
ing, when tbe matter was discussed be
fore Sc ca'or L M. f "mtierton. 1 we de
rided lo advocate the pssr.age of legisla
ti"n favoring a raore equitable adjustment
of the tax burden.
F. P. Wend snd W. F. Johnson returned
Saturday night from Beatrice. shTe they
went to investigate the amount of taxes
psid by tbe railroads to that city a com
pared with tbe taxes paid on other prop
erty. "We found. aaifl Mr. Weed, "that the
to'al assessment of Gage county for 15nr
was jr..lf4.3Tl. The total assessment for
nil rr'lrord rroperty In Once county was
T73?.f-C, showing tbey own IS. 8 per cent of
ail prrperty In the county. But it was
found that while the total amount ral.ied
in the coun-y amounted to $"Pr:.T4r. r,2. tbe
rciiroud paid only tl.RrC CS. or lri.S per
cent of tbe taxes, that h"lnr t&.TuS.lS lers
than their fuir sha-e. They found the total
municipal tax of Beatrice to be S34.SMt.SS.
of which tne lour rai'.rcads traversins the
heart of tbe city pay only 2.8 per rent,
or tVK.nS that is, the Chicago. Rock
Island Pacific railroad. tlWJ.in: the
Omaha ft RrpuMir.an Valley railroad.
tl2f (iT; tbt Republican Valley railroad,
W2.ns: the Omaha ft Southweste-n.
ftr.47.17. Tbey eecared 11 per cent of the
rity'a taxes, amounting to SJ.TTo.flfc. which
tbey should pay. The following assess
ments were noted on other property: The
Paddock hotel was found to p- for city
purposes tr.63.D0; the Marion if bulldiLg.
24L; Block Bros.' flour mill. tilt. .SB; the
Kempster Manufacturing bui'lnt, 2R.li
the Beatrice National bank, persinal taxes,
.r.RP: the Klein Mercantile company, per
sonal tax. S227..44: the John Smith resi
dence, tlCT. S3, and otNer property In like
proportion. To say that the men of Beat
rice were Interested when the situation waa
called to their attention would be to state
the Cine mildly. An emergency meeting of
tbe Commercial club and of all prominent
cltlsena was called Immediately and steps
taken to meet the conditlona. 'Equality
In taxation' may count on large support
from Bestrice. Senate file J48. designed to
meet such Inequalities, Is likely to have
enthusiastic support from the Gage coun.y
legislators when they learn that tbelr con
stltnenta are eo vitally interested."
Bar ttrlkM Oat tar Writ
SCHTTLER, Neb, March 14. (Special)
Chase, the 15-year-old son of J. W. C
Flnlay, whose home Is six miles out from
the city, and who has been attending school
with his sister In Schuyler, boarded tbs
evening train for tbe west Thursday night
witll tbe avowed intention of going to
Washington. His parents knew notb'ng of
his Intention, nor that he felt dissatisfied
with his home surroundings Be left with
but little money. H has relatives in
Washington, among them a cousin who re
cently paaaed through here and to whom
Chase was greatly attached, which is pre
sumed to strongly account for his move.
Rdwival Hettaars Clowe T4.r.
BEATRICE, Nen March 14 (Special.)
The union rrvivai meeting which have
been in progress here for tbe last ten daya,
conducted by Evangelist Beery Ostrom and
COMPLETE SURVEY FOR ROAD
LartaaT af Traefca far the Kastaas City,
Bratrtre dt wtrr ta Begrta
la a Few Vetka,
EEATRICE, Neb.. March 14 (Special
Telegram.) J. E. House and his corp of
surveyor, who have lieen making a sur
vey for the Kansas City. Beatrice ft West
ern railroad, which is to be built between
Virginia and Beatrice, completed their work
this evening. The local officers say that
the construction work on the road will
begin within the next thirty days.
Faaeral af Mrs. Dmey.
FREMONT. Neb., March 14. (Special.)
The funeral of Mra. G. E. Dorsey was
held this afternoon from the residence of
her brother, Edward Benton. Only rela
tives and intimate personal friends were
Invited. The services were conducted by
Rev. John Ioane, pastor of the Congrega
tional church of which the deceased had
been for thirty-five years an active mem
ber. Her remains were interred in Ridge
straws b.dry far Krirary.
KEARNEY, Neb.. March 14 (Special
Telegram.) Articles of incorporation were
filed in the office of tbe county clerk for
the Excelsior Steam laundry. The capital
stock of the corporation is given as 110. 000.
and it will conduct a general laundry busi
ness In the city of Kearney. The articles
are signed by John C. Sanimons and W. H.
HilX The president is H D. Andrews.
It is the Intention of tbe new company to
begin business as aoon as tbe building car
THE VALUE OF CHARCOAL
Few Feawla K mw Saw faeff al It la la
ft tai i last Haalta a a 4 Bessty.
Nearly every body knows that charcoal ts
the aafest and most efficient disinfectant
the noted vocalist. W. 3. Hilli. will close and purifier tn nature, but few realise it
tomorrow eveting with a big mass meeting value when taken into the human system
in tbe Presbyterian church. Services were
held in many of our business houses yes
terdsy in charge of tbe local pastors. It
is believed much good has been accom
plished as a result of tbe revival. All the
meeting have been largely attended and
much interest has been shown in tbe work
by tbe Christian people of Beatrice and
dnc Mr M ..- K(aK4
-. ay. a.- .. wort r p.
I .at' a ' ' MMI Ml
Basaatr Blaaa Bala I BY. B. BV la
flwaal and okl. to ta. TboreuablF taui for St
Sw. ( obu mmi mt SWr. btunlr InerwlMMrt.
Btratidbma mu am.' fi mu4 icitii. run.
d-wi f CMiia. ar.w in a. ana act aottM.
t-raa.. 41 to.
aala la OaiU ar Kafca Ca lata
Oaaatas atr. la.
la taaarll Blast, ar - E. Islrrwa,
aoa Braaawar. la aaaca. OaaaJka ay
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Oall ar write aay aaara
Iaaaaa Baa Eeeiaaa.
BEATRICE. Neb March 14 (Special.)
A, S. Bobbin was arrested yesterday at
Heme on a charge of insanity and brough
to this city by Iwputy Sheriff McGin. Be
was violent at times and tbe ofheer was
compelled to handcuff him after placing
him under arrest. After Bobbin w as
placed in Jail here it was learned that be
had been adjudged inaane at DeWltt the
day before and had escaped from tbs offi
cers at that plane. The unfortunate man
was taken back to IWitt last evening.
Fieaa. Calif r ta Avaaaalt.
TORK. Neb, March 14 (Special.)
George F. Halleck. tbe bridegroom who so
fearfully beat Clarence Fosdick. a young
maa whom be though was disturbing his
home, was arraigned before County Judge
Taylor and entered a plea of guilty of as
sault and battery. Fosdick is slowly re
covering. His face is badly battered, his
Jaw Imlug orasa lb aba aide ab4 brut. on.
trail lav) Basra ta lark Friradla.
TORK, Nth.. Msrck 14 (Special. VSer-g-ant
Matset. w ho is ststtawd la M tice.
has sent Mr. and Mra. Gearge B Fance
of this city four beautiful Navajo rugs,
made ta order by Navajo lndiar. Tbey
are the tmest and prettiest rugs ever seen
here and very valuabie.
Ioa"t fail to hear its boy evaigclUt Man
ia v :.ba.
A host of brilliant styles in Spring and Summer Merchandise Designers and
dyers never wrought lovelier effects. Scores and scores of fabrics with the delicate
gra'ce and elegant beauty that appeal to womtn of refined taste, and every offering is
made doubly attractive by the reasonableness of prices. .
The merest touch of pretty oddity
lifts a waist above the common.
Hand Embroidered Waist Fronts. Just received a f
new shipment, price, eac h 4. 25 and JJ V
Beautiful Oxford, with black circle and stripes, rJA
82 incbea wide, at ..dssiVJC
Fancy Lawn and Fancy Pique Madraa. w ith imitation " S5
bonitan lac stripe, 8tic and . aw
Oxford Madras, Mercerized Etamine. Mercerised I'amask Madras, A m,
very popular for waists, at 4fc and tJ7C
61. Gsul Embroidered Swiss for waist, in pure white and PT
Hack, on white, at tl.-.O. $1.::.. $1.00 and OC
Uerrerised Iiamask Testings, in pure white, black on white, Qf
red on white and blue rn white, at OiC
lotted Swiss, in all sire dots and figures. M f
from 11.00 down to rlvIC
Colored Wash Goods
Seersucker and Toiie du Nord Ginghams. No store is shewing the variety
that are seen here, suitable for shirts, boys' waisti
and ladies' house dresses, yard '
Handsome designs in Batistes and Sheer Dimities, "
large variety tC
Ber.utiful shirt waist madras in all colors, including the checks and plaids
that are so popular for thi reason's wear. J
at 4fc, Snc, 80c and dtarOC
Black Lace and Braided Stripe Grenadine. alo moussellne de A
soie, in all shades, st ysrd tCzC
Linen Suiting, in etamine, colored butcher and twine f
linen, at, yard "he, tlc and OLIC
New Desirable Colors and Weaves.
45-! neb Voiles
The season's most jopular fabric thin, light weight;
colors navy, reseda, tan, Java and black yard
45-1 neb New Mixture Mistral Cloth-
Colors gray and white, brown and white, for shirt
waist suits and skirts 11.33 and
44-Inch Pasama Cloth
A light weight fabric can be made up without lining;
colors, navy, reseda and black tl.CKl and
50 Inch EtaiBlne the Popular Goods
For tailor suits colors reseda,
cavy and black ,
Comprising: Antique, Cluny, Ve
nice, Crochet, Filet, lnraguny and
rTencriTTe effects, in wide bunds,
insertions, galoons, sjirnys, medal
lions and detachable designs, nur
-ard, from to SI, 7.3 c, y CLZp,
Special Values in Hash Laces
comprising Torchon. Cluny, Antique Vsls. Found Mesh Vals, PT
Folnt de Paris, at 21c 2oc. Incisor, 10c. Re. 6c and OC
fine alosook an. SmIss Embroidery Edgings and instrtlngs
Neat new designs and durable qualities special valuea at Qw
yard lie, 1SV, 10c and
New Wrist and Chatelaine 633s
In the newest lestber and mountings; wonderful r f
value at J2.&0. $2 00. I1.2S. tl.00. 7c and OvC
Novelties ii Silk Embroidered Applique
In white, black and colors, in band and detachable de- -
aigna. at vard SI.TS. $1TB. tl-25. $1.00, 7:.c and OUC
Moss Rose Embroidered Sprays
Rose and buds of satin, In natural plrk shade, stem and leaves of 5T
embroidery, elegant effects, per srray, from $1.25 down to Jtt
SILK AND EMBROIDERED PERSIAN BANDS SI
at. yard from $1.&0, $1.S6 down to VI OC
NOVELTIES IN TROP ORNAMENTS AND ET.TTONS Large assortment
at the rigbt pricea.
KiQh Grade Novelties In Nec.vvear
HAND MADE CHIFFON AND SATIN STOCKS Sole and pointed ends,
with Persian medallions, hand beaded and lace braid f
work, elegant effecta, at each, tS. $2.l0, $2, $l.Ci and l.at7
New Hasbable Collars and Stocks
The latest ideas in great variety at each 1 ,
$1 00, T&c, 50c, 2e, down to
Suits, Skirts and Waists
The Latest Ideas In tbe Hay fit Material and Cel.
LADIES' SOTS In blue and black cheviots, pleated sklru, ff
bjouee Jackets, with fitted capes, at eV"
LADIES' SUITS In mixed cloth, eleven gored skirts, rtQ nn
collarless blouse Jackets, at OtlV
LADIES' EOTS in black and blue basket weave, new blouse pa -v pa
back, dip front, trimmed in tailors' braid, at kJ JJ
LADIES' 'WALKING SKIRTS In gray Scotch plaid, f ff
Hare strapped seams, at... M.JJJ
LADIES' 'WALKINO -SKIRTS In tan cloth, trimmed rn knee 4 f ff
box pleats and buttons, at lvevlvf
LADIES' WALKING EKIRTS in hlBck and gray Cheviot. . Q ft ft
Inserted pleat at each seam, at a J J
WHITE SHIRT WAISTS Just opened stylish white waists, cheviots,
basket weaves, madras, also black and w bite , r pa
$S.OO, $2 75, $2.50, $2.25 and sim1ufJ
KELLEY, STIGER & GO., Corner Farnam and Fifteenth Street.
be placed In condition and machinery installed.
NEST EGG FACTORY ABLAZE
Fire Cristate VkM latsstry at
Ostvalaar af It. Bass- teaaaat
Li... Xat Kaawa.
"WAHOO. Neb.. March 14. (Special Tele
gram.) Tbe "Wahoo nest egg factory was
partially destroyed by fire about $ o'clock
this afternoon. The factory had been closed
all winter and opened up last week and tbe
eggs were being rapidly turned out for tbe
spring trade. Erick L!ndi.kom was melting
the substance to mold tbe eggs which is
very inflammable and had two large kettles
over tbe fire. In some manner it caught
fire and tbe whole building was aoon
ablaze. The prompt work of tbe fire de
partment saved part of the building and
the livery barn acrtas the alley. Loss Is
in destitute circumstances with live chil
dren and has the sympathy of the entire
for tbe same eleanalng purpose.
Charcoal ts a remedy that the marc yon
take of it the better; it is not a drug at ai.',
but simply absorbs the gases and impuri
ties always present in tbe stomach and ts-
testises and carries them out of the system.
Charcoal sweetens tbs breath after Break
ing and drinking or after eating oriona and
atber odorous vegetables.
Charcoal effectually dears and Improves
the complexion. It whitens the teeth and
further arts as a natural and eminently
It absorbs the injurious gases which ool
laot in tbe stomach and bowels; It disin
fects the mouth and throat from the p Bon
All druggists aeQ charcoal In one form or
another, but probably tbs best charcoal and
the moat for tt money Is Stuarts Ab
sorbent Losengas; they are compraed of the
finest powdered willow charcoal and other
harmless antiseptics la tablet form, or,
rather, in the form of large, pleasant tast
ing losengea, tbe charcoal being mlxaa with
The dally nsa of these losenre will stos
tall la a mnch improved condition of tb
general health, better complexion, sweater
breath and purer blood, and the beauty of it
ia, that be poaslbls harm can result from
their continued use. bur. on the contrary,
A BuCalo physician. In speaking vt tJa
aeaefits of charcoal, says: 1 advise
Stuart's Absv-beat Losengea to all astier-ts
Buffering from gas is the stomach and tkw
ela. and to dear the eoKplrx os asd purify
the breath, meoth and throat; I also be
lieve tbe liver greatly benefited by tbs
dally see af them: thy east bat twenry-fva
easts a box at drug stores, an alihungh ta
beva I get mors sad better charcoal la I
Etcart's Absorbent Losengas than, in M7 t4 1
Xaaaale Trample far Bsrss.
HURON, E. V.. March 14 (Special V
Contracts for the erection of a Masonic
temple In tbis city will be let soon; it is
proposed to have tbe building, which will
be one of tbe finest in tbe stale, ready for
occupancy in the early fall. Tbe officers
of tbs association are: J. A. Cleaver,
president ; FVtr.k R. Brumwell. tresaurer;
Harvey J. Rire. secretary. Tbe building
include an opera house, offices, etc.
IN WATER FOR SEVERAL HOURS
Btatber aa CaJlarra I'aaet Watte
CraealBa- Elkbara mm Little
Ctrl May De.
TALLET. Neb., March 14 (Special Tele
gram.) Mra. Ostler and her three children
were upset from their wagon and thrown
into the backwater from the Elkhom river
this morning, and were only rescued after
having been in tbe water for several hours.
One of the children, a girl about years of
age. Is not likely to recover from the ef
fects of the accident.
The Ostlers' home is near Elk City.
Mrs. Ostler and the children were driving
into Valley, when tbe horses fell into a
washout near tbe bridge five miles north
east of here. Tbe wagon was upset and
four horses, two of which were following
the wagon were drowned. Mra. Ostler and
the children were saved from drowning by
some brushwood in tbe stream and were
finally rescued and brought to Talley by
some passerby. All four of tbe unfortunate
people were tn a bad plight and It was some
time before any of them showed signs of
life. Mr. Ostler has been sent for.
to raise the standard of common school
education in the county and improve tbe
condition of the rural schools. Addresses
were delivered by Prof 3. N. Pile of the
Wayn Normal college; Superintendents
Brooking of Burt county and Hyland of
Stanton county; County Judge Krake and
ex-Superintendents et School Hughes, Per
son and Readinster. Much enthusiasm was
HASTINGS, Neb.. March 14. (Special.)
The annua declamatory contest of the
Hastings High acbool occurred at the Meth
od let church here last night and was wen
attended. Tbe decision of tbe judges was
as follows: First place, Alice Batty, "The
Chariot Race;" second place. Thomas B.
Kerr, "The Destruction of Pompeii;" third
plaoe. J. Fred Brach. "The Encounter with
the Interviewer." Mis Batty will repre
sent the Hastings High school at tbe dis
trict contest to be held In Grand Ifcland.
Tbe judges were Rev. 6ila Evans. Mrs.
John Slaker and Mra. Oswald Oliver.
Oaee Cam teat at Beatrice.
BEATRICE. Neb.. March 14 (Special )
There promises to be a Kvely political
scrap in thi city next Tueadsy at the sec
ond republican primery for tbe nomination
of a candidate for city treasurer and a sec
ond councilman for tbe Third ward. Tbe
contestant for the office of treasurer ars
C. J. Wooldridge and J. E. Jones, and tor
councilman Albert Milburn and Conrad
First Haaara ta Hakel f.leaaa.
FTLLEP.TON. Neb.. March 14 (Special )
The Fullerton High school declamatory
contest waa held last sight at Eheaff't
opera house. There were eleven con
testants. Miss Mabel Coleman, whose sub
ject was "Imagination is Inspiration," took
tbs first honors and will represent ths
school st the district contest in Columbur
In April. Miss Lola Odell took ths second
rl..rr'i mite bets Dlrarea.
FREMONT, Neb.. March 14. (Special
Mr. Cady, the postmistress at Ames, was
granted a decree of divorce from ber hus
band Alonse ob tbe ground of failure to
support her. She said ber husband had done
nothing for his family for four rears.
Though he received a penaioB of $10 per
month she eupportad htm up to a year
ago w ben she got tired of it and be left.
Fall ta rtm BWdr.
FTLLERTON. Neb., March 14 (Special )
Every efort has been put forth by the
citisens of Fullerton ta find ths body of
A. F. Jama, w ho ass drowned in tbe Loup
while crossing tbe river ia a boat after tb
bridge went down ist Tuesday, but with
a aia4.U hcantrokes widsw is left
Sead Tour Application At Ohm To
Tht Ybjmidiii't lastitTite.
Taer Will firatd Taw Abaelntaly Frae On
af Their loa but fcmyrma. Elaatrie Balls,
taa Halt M hart, Has Made mm Many Wndrr
ral CarM-VnIMdtknit X veaaFsalaf
Weat Faiat Waalt Depat.
WEST POINT, Neb.. March It (Special )
A concerted movement is on foot to pe
tition tbe Chicago st Northwestern Railway
company to change the location of its pas
senger depot in this city to a point nearer
the business center of tbe town, and to
build a structure worthy of the community.
For many years tbe shed doing duty , as a
depot has beea an eyesore and an oCense
in the ryes of West Point people, who
think that, in view of the immense busi
ness done at this town they are entitled
ta decent recognition.
I Jtasaaa ta wad Ftlsat.
! RED CLOrD. Neb., March 14 (Special.)
I An unidentified woman taa been can
vassing the city for tbe last two or three
I weeks for periodicals, soring very strangely '
j at various houses. Yesterday morning she
' escaped from ber room in the Holland
) bouse by opening ber window and sliding
j lo tbe ground on a telephone w ire. She
I was picked up by Sheriff McArthur and
I sow in a raring condition at tbe county
jail. All the information that can be
gained about ber is thst her same is Esther
Rirbards and that she has a son in Iowa.
"sever, year ago tbe htaie of milium granted
Ba.iaea. C aa
i area Haada.
Msrch 14 (Special
Telegram ) J. H Vreeland's Cyclone store
was purchased todsy by Petri ng st Schus
ter. The busmeaa will be conducted at
the present location for the present.
MUldass DaamaTd by Flaad.
WEST POINT, Neb.. March 14. (Special.)
Tbe high water in tbe Elkhorn river has
carried away half of the mill dam at fai
place and placed the otber naif in serious
jeopardy. Ths farm bands sdjoinlng tbe
river on tbe west Bide hsve been badly
damaged, gravel and sand to a depth of one
foot covering hundred of acres of valuable
corn and meadow land. Tbe water is
higher than at any period since the flood
MrCaalt Kaaaalteaas has. I a ale.
11 COOK. Neb,. March 14 (Special Tele
gram.) McCook republicans named the
following city ticket this cenlng: Mayor,
C. E. Eld red; clerk. C 1. Hall: treasurer,
A. C. Ebert; city engineer, C. H. Meeker;
nnuncilmen, First ward. 3. E. Kelly; Sec
ond ward. R. M. Oabora: members school
board. W. E. Perry and C. W. Barnes:
city central committee. A. Barnett, W. T.
Coleman. C. L Hall and C. B. Gray.
Caaaty draaal O Bar era Bleat,
WEST POINT. Neb., March 14 t Special )
A convention of school officers of this
county was held here Wednesday under
the direction of County 6 u pen men dent
Stahl. and waa attended by ever l(tu di
rectors. The object bf Ui falbertsf was
WITHOUT THE PATIENT'S KNOWLEDGE!
OKXTJTT ts B pivaratlne baa.d na weTt
swewa saedleal -Uic!it .nd prepaiwe iiy
eucnasu uf Biany )n .taauiuc It u t.e
anw. MMirieM, roktrteM mum euUivly wltamit
.nr las efforts WB.trver. It rn Br gives Is
water, mux, t ar cuhs, w lUiuut Utt pa-
la Bat nn tbe reaving tnr bnaor la not s
suere 1. tilt but s da... rwquini, aiore xumu
wlli-se.er to em. iu a. mmtU9Af f uarmmne
tbat 'Oa.EJST" will dratluj .U aar. laa .1
cnsolie itiauaati Is .or lorai. auS w. wlii
wmiunA taa atay siumid it f.u 1 a, but
It arwr tain: It tuae. up uw it mi I (tin.
Sw sd ftwrnm s searty .PHftlL. slid guild
Svatlaa. Me.tly aerv aula tultoW US UM.
SMM'.en mm 1 SDftflS fre cm viueat.
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satihr BMsa, riwvrmri iiiirbekrua, aiemlvrs
mt ta. 1 . at. C. a., mmi UauuiuuKl. rA ntkrf.
BLr. B. r. Bm-tk. Frewdmt nt a T. luuitB
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mrnirm: " umcn-u. rm hmm n,u tuiA.v mw
alaeev.tlne af tBe m om tlrrtul .,.rr mt ,nut
r.'mK)r tnr skeaauitam. I envy yn ta. r
WwrtDBIlMS ,mm haw ta ttng y-j, Upara
a atalta t. wiaasiad buy yua awn la
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kkrraa. A Bt-4 aaaell tra t a,
4Ma aad Iadae kta, tlaaalaa.
lB t iu riiTwi:uuu lUBKituieuf v uico a ciiartctt.
Pary mntboC of treatnMut 1; chronic CUR-aM
samotbing tuora tban any cue spwtiallfit or anv
sunibnr of excialiiti acuug ldbpcuoetijt
oouid da, sa tire Mate Itself, usdnr tiie powers
granted It by lif general laws, gae tl power to
lue Pnyalcian' Iostiiuie (o f ornish to tbe aici;
Sarh bolp a would make ttieai w.u and sLruug.
hvur Slut It establish nieul tti IiutiluU; im
endeavored in evory puaaliue way u curry out
t lie original purTKwos of 1: eittUjiiaUmeiil Uioor
tue tiouuiioi'tut law uf the rHm
Three year ago, the J'bvsielnmr I'istltute,
realizing tb vaiueof eletric:lry l tiie treutnjent
d oertaiB phases of diwiaan, creatad ' tiari mo
uuenuu ndoijoe of 1 i0 of specuuista an
oieatric btiit. aud lull belt hat bx. proved to I
of great value as a curative atrent. J"'run time
to tun It baa been improved until It readied
that slags vt iMirfectluu which warranted its
tirnannt name of "hupreoie.
Tiu bell u lit mlnflctiVB of all agent in the
eur of rnmuuatism, lumbago, lame i at k., urv
Ciu eabauallon. weaAeuod or lont vita! 1 auction.
varit'.nuuMi, alaney Oiaordart aud many uuwt
'J hu "r.uprsme Eectrlo Bett" i made In on
padeonly lutiguage tiiw ! no better akictrio
belt niacia and iu better bolt eun be made.
V bstievar In tne oulun of our s'jifl of pciai.
bit tii wonclctrtu curative and revttaliz.ij
turoe of oiactriciry will cure you w send you,
free uf all oust, one of these huprem Ctectri
J-elta li Is but anut os trial, it u yuurt to kep
forever without the payment til oueonuL This
genarou oiler may be wluidrawn at ary time, aa
ou stiouid writ to-day tor tLU free Stiirroms
tectnc BeU"' to tte Pbvaicuuit'
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