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TIT E OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1003.
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NEED MISSIONARY WORKERS
Congre!;ationalUu Meet to Derise aleani
to Supply the Demand.
ALL PORTION! OF STATE REPRESENTED
Barglars Ri,rk Two Lincoln Heal
drier, and trrar Home
Jewelry In One of
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 23. (Special.) Con
gregatlonallsts from all over the state are
Id the city today holding a convocation
t the First church at Thirteenth and L
streets. The meeting was occasioned by
the pressing need for pastors throughout
.the state and for men to go In the mis
At 8 o'clock this morning a sunrise ses
sion was held by the Young People's So
. clety of Chrl,.lan Endeavor, led by Rev.
WllUam Hardcastle. His address was on
"Lost Opportunities" and was heard with
inttrest by a large congregation- At 9
o'clock there was a; devotional meeting, led
by Principal A. C. Hart, and followed by
Revs. C. R. Hamlin and George Scott.
The toplo was-'Seeklng Help from Ood." j
At the 10 o'clock session Rev. H. C.
Herring of the First church of Omaba gave
an Interesting address on "Church Organ
isation and Plans for Helping the Church."
This was one of the hest addresses dellv
ercd. The discussion was led by .Revs.
John Doane and W. B. Payne.
At the afternoon session State Senator
C. B. Anderson of Crete presided.
The following was the program for the
afternoon and evening: 1
Address. "Sources of Power." Rev. J. E.
Tuttle, D. D.; discussion. Revs. H. A. Bul
lock, D. Df. George B. Taylor. Daura H.
Wild and others. .
"Practical Methods." address by Rev. C.
H. Beaver; discussion. Revs." F. W. Dean,
W. W. Hart, J. C. Cowan, D. D.
Summing up. Rev. S. I. Hanford, Weep
Evening Address, Rev. Robert Tout. 8t.
Marys- 'Avenue church. 'Omaha. Rev. W.
O. Puddefoot of tjie United States.
The women's association of the First
church served luncheon and supper during
the day and evening.
Two Hoaaea Robbed.
The residences of Mrs. Frank Smith,
1306 H street, and H. S. Babcock. at Thir
teenth and J streets, were entered by bur
glars last night. At the former residence
the burglars gained entrance by prying
open a window. They secured a gold watch
valued at $50 and other Jewelry. The Bab
cock residence was thoroughly ransacked,
but it Is not known what was taken. The
police arrested two suspects, who gave
their names as Charles Bailey and Joaeph
Nunnan. A large flat file and a small
three-cornered file were found on the men.
These two make the third burglary that has
occurred here sine December 1.
NAMING MUNICIPAL TICKETS
Wet or . Dry tha Frlaelpal laaae
Whlrb Divides Nebraska
UN WOOD, Neb., March 23. (Special.)
At a citizens' caucus held on Saturday
evening the following ,were nominated for
village trustees: William Husenetter, W.
J. Blair and Thomas Dnda. The fight was
over occupation tax, those nominated not
NEBRASKA CITT. 'March 23. (Special
Telegram.) The republican city convention
was held at the county court house this
afternoon and the following ticket named:
Police Judge, A. L TImblln. School Board
D. W. Schmlnke, A. W. Koontx, H. Schwaks
and O. A. Klmmel. Councllmen First
ward. M. T.x Johnson, James Chrlstlson
Second ward. Cal Chapman, L. A. Prue;
Third ward, William Brower, Louis Keep
pel; Fourth ward, Paul Glttlnger, Florence
The democrats also held their convention
today and put up the following ticket:
Police Judge, W. T. Sloan. School Board
Claude Watson, Robert Greble, John Nord
house and Andy Stuart. Councllmen First
ward, Robert James and Frank Carson;
Second ward. Archy Hugbey and Mike
Seller: Third ward. H. Y. Blrkby and
Thomas 'rscr; Fourth ward. Ed H
Shannon and George W. Tomplln.
Geneva Xinti Ticket.
GENEVA. Neb., March 23. (Special.)
Tha cltixens' or license caucus was held on
Saturday evening, with Charles H. Sloan
In the chair. The following ticket waa
named: Archie Steven, mayor: John J
Burke, city clerk; Tbomaa E. Allen, police
TA7yr?sTWf A tvt
Judge; W. 8. Huitoo, city tressurer. Fchool
Board J. H. Heath and F. Skip ton. Ccun
cllmen First ward. B. B. Ogg; Second
ward, O. SMnkle; Third wrd, J. Wels.
HOLDS TURLEY FOR MURDER
Coronrr'a Jar? Sas the Killing of
Bllaa Wlllfnl ana Ma
llrloea. SHELTON, Neb., March 23 (Special Tel
egram.) Coroner Roedcr of Hll county and
County Attorney Horth came up from
Grand Island today and held an inquest
In the undertaking rooms over the re
mains of N. T. Bliss, who wss shot yester
day by Tim Turley. A Jury of nine neigh
boring farmers was empaneled end after
hearing the evidence of witnesses were out
only long enough to return with a verdict
of willful and malicious shooting with In
tent to kill. Turley has been taken to the
Hall county Jail for safekeeping.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb.. March 23. (Spe
cial Telegram.) At an Inquisition helS by
Coroner Roeder upon the body of Norman T.
Bliss of Shelton eight witnesses were ex
amined, among them two physicians. The
autopsy held by the physicians showed
that death resulted from extreme hemorr
hage resulting from the second shot and
that the first shot was fired while Bliss
was walking away from his assailant. The
testimony of two lads of tender years, one
the son of the murdered man, the other
visiting at the Turley home., corroborated
this, both testifying that Bliss bad turned
away at the time of the first shot, that he
then again turned and pleaded with the
assailant not to, use the wespon, but Im
mediately received a full charge In the
right breast at twenty feet distance. BIHs
had killed two shoats of which Turley had
charge, because the pigs were feeding on
his (Bliss') corn on Bliss' land. The Jury
found that Bliss had come to his death by
the bands of Timothy Turley and that the
killing was willful and felonious.
SHELTON HAS SECOND FIRE
Stock of Goods Damaged and One
Ham Haa His Lea
' ' SHELTON, Neb., March 23. (Special Tel
egram.) The fire of yesterday, which waa
so disastrous to Shelton, broke out again
today In an adjoining room occupied by
W. L. Sutherland ft Co. and the building,
and stock were damaged greatly by fire
and water before extinguished. Fred Colby,
who was on the root assisting In putting
out the flatnes, fell through the roof and
broke his leg above the ankle. There Is
some Insurance on the stock, but none on
Settle Library Site.
HASTINGS. Neb.. March 23. (Special
Telegram.) At a meeting of the city coun
cil, well attended by the cltixens. It waa
decided not to reconsider the ordinance
adopted at the last meeting, which accepted
the o9er of Dr. Lyman, Senator Dietrich.
R. A. Batty and others to donate a site for
the public library. This Is final and the
library will be located on Fourth street
and Denver avenue. Immediately easf of
the court house square.
Delays Farm Work.
WEST POINT, Neb.. March 23 (Special.)
Just as the farmers were preparing to go
to the fields to commence spring work the
weather turned Intensely cold, with a
strong northeast wind and light flurrlea of
snow. It will be at least a week before
any farming operations can begin.
Very Law Rates
To points In i Montana, Idaho, Washington.
Oregon, British Columbia. Utah and Colo
rado, In effect dally from February 15 to
April 30, via Chicago Great Western rail
way. Write to J. P. Elmer. O. P. A.. Chi
cago, Tor run particulars.
Cavalry OS for Philippines.
8TURGIS. 8. D.. March 23. (Special.)
The Third squadron of the Thirteenth cav
alry, consisting of Troops I, K, L and M
Fort Meade, left here this morning on the
Chicago ft. Northwestern on Ha way to the
:'hlllppines to Join ths First squadron,
which left here last month. It will sail
from San Francisco April 1 on the trans
port Sherldsn. The trsin consisted of
eight sleepers, seven of these being tourist
sleepers for the enlisted men and the other
a standard sleeper for the officers. There
were two baggage cars and' two freight
cars for the baggage and freight belonging
to the squadron. Troops H and E of the
Second squadron, which arrived at Fort
Meade some time ago from Fort Keogh,
will remain until the Sixth cavalry arrives
from -the Philippines to relieve them, after
which they will Join the First and Third
squadrons of the regiment In the Islands.
This leaves about l&o men In charge of
Fort Meade at the present time.
is a Guarantee
of 25 years
111 rbaea'y joM ailed
ha waarta, iaiujr tr
ease tfeat has proved
r Lr lml t f lima. fa.t
v. " 1 1 " nmuDfltr l-U,
wtxa hv , a watch, a-4 Insaa m bar
ta a kVaai raa uh eke i 'jrli al uada-
i awniniaii inai la.
CYKI KEYSTONE WATCH CASK CO. W
HIRE FLEET FOR PICKETS
Eridgs Company's Etrik'-n 8tr to Reach
No .unionnH in ML-Strenra.
ENJOINS MOULDERS FROM CALLING "SCAB
Jadae laauea Unrrpli, Injnartloa
taalnat Pcanaylvnnla Vnlnn, Br
atralalnaj All laterferenee nllh
Mra Still at Work.
FITTSBURQ. March 23. The American
Bridge company has not yet resumed work
on the Wabash bridge with nonunion men
snd quiet prevails In the vicinity.
The strikers have their hesdquarters In a
frame building near the American Bridge
company's south side plant and Just below
is the houseboat which Is quartering the
nonunion men. Cooks have been employed
and cots placed In the hou.se for the strik
ers. They have also secured a number of
skiffs and will make an effort to reach the
strike breakers aboard the boat.
The strikers are closely scrutinizing evrry
movement of the occupants of the boat.
The inclement weather was the reason
given by the company for its failure to
commence work today. The only work
done wss the building of a fence around
Rn Joined From Calllna- "Srb."
LANCASTER. Pa.. March 23. Judge
Land Is todsy filed a permanent Injunction
restraining the striking iron moulders from
Interfering with the workmen of the Mart-'
etta Casting compsny of Marietta. The
All members and officers of lorige No. 339
of the Iron Moulders' union and all their
agents, servants and employes, as well as
all persons coneplrlnr am continuing with
them and all other p.rsons whomsoever, are
hereby perpetually nijnlned and com
manded absolutely to desist and refrain
from in any manner Interfering with tha
employes of the plnlntlff and with any per
son or persons who may hereafter desire
or oner to enter Its employ or to Induce
any such person or persons to leave the
employment of the plaintiff, and also from
calling "scab" or "scabs" or any other
epithet to persona passing along the streets
and going to or from the works of the
May Tie Is L Roada.
NEW YORK. March 23. By a practically
unanimous vote the newly orgsoized Man
hattan elevated railroad employes tonight
refused to accept a compromise wage
schedule offered by the road for a settle
ment of their grievances.
The .meeting continued all day, so as
to give all the men a chance to vote.
The feeling against the proposed schedule
manifested Itself from the first, because
there wss no provision of reduction of
hours. The men want a nine-hour day or
as near a nine-hour day as the train runs
One of the officials of the men's organisa
tion said tonight:
We will Insist on our demand. Of course.
In considering the advisability of a strike
we will not lose sight of the Inconvenience
to the public and we will go as for us
possible to have the matter settled bv
arbltiatlon. Hut we must have the nine
hour day and the wage scale we have asked
Cottoa Strikers Give Support.
FALL RIVER, Mass., March 23. The ex
ecutive council of the United T?xttle Work
ers of America today gave its unqualified
endorsement to the request cf the Lowell
operatives to enforce their demand for an
increase of 10 per cent In wages..
A similar endorsement was given the
operatives In the mills of the New England
Cotton Yarn company In New Bedford.
Taunton and this city, while the strike of
spinners now in progress at Manvtlle and
Woonsocket, R.'T.,was also approved;. :
In order to support the strike In the lat
ter places, and In anticipation of thoae
which may take place at Lowell and In the
mills of the New England Cotton Yarn
company, the executive council voted to
levy an assessment on the 20,000 members
of the textile union to cover the Immediate
needs and for use as a defense fund.
Agree Not to Strike.
DERBY, Conn., March 23. Beginning to
day A. H. ft C. B. Ailing, one of the
largest concerns manufacturing woolen un
derwear In the country, entera Into an
agreement with the Textile Workers' union
by which wages are not to be reduced for
two years and employes are not to strike
for any reason or demand an increase In
Telearraphere Stay at Work.
KANSAS CITY. March 23. It was dented
at the offices of the Kansas City Southern
today that any strike among the teleg
raphers or trainmen was contemplated.
At labor headquarters the striking ma
chinists had no knowledge of any contem
plated sympathy strike by telegraphers.
CHICAGO, March 23. While twenty-flvo
concerns agreed to the demands of the
carriage and wagon builders today none of
the large manufacturers yielded, but are
hopeful tht the union will accept an offer
of arbitration, which, they claim, was re
J acted at Sunday's meeting of the union.
SCORES 'VARSITY TRAINING
Stanford Professor Deelarea Btadeata
Learn Useless Tklass and Would
UNPVER8ITY OF CALIFORNIA, Cal..
Mircb 23. Dr. David Starr Jordan of Stan
ford university delivered the principal ad
dreis today at the exercises commemorat
ing the thirty-fourth anniversary of the
Dr. Jordan spoke on "American Univer
sity Tendencies," disclaiming vigorously
against the collegiate aystem whereby men
were required to atudy thlnga they did not
intend to use. He denounced men who
come to college to win prominence In ath
letics or shine as social lights, and recom
mended that auch men be excluded.
' Governor Pardee complained that the
alumni were ungrateful in that they were
responding to the call of the state tor civic
duty. He aald:
During the last three months I have
asked several university men to serve the
slate and they have refjsed me. I en
treat the alumni of thla university to do
Ha duty to the atate, which baa done so
much for It.
JUDGE SCORES THE JURY
Coademas It for Aeaalttlac m Wamaa
Aecaaed of tha Marder
CLEVELAND, O.. March 23. "A weak
and sentimental Jury haa made the public
proclamation that murder committed by a
woman la no crime in this country."
With these words Judge Neff today In
criminal court assailed the Jury that Sat
urday night acquitted Mrs. Wlurkowskl of
complicity In the murder of her husband,
and made her a free woman.
The Judge used the forcible language
In condemning the Jury, while he was
sentencing Charles Jsnowskl to the pen
itentiary. Janowski was given a life sen
tence for the murder of Mrs. Wlurkowskl's
A feature of the testimony introduced
by the defense wss an attempt to show
that Jaaaaeal had been hypnotised by the
Defease Pleads Insanity.
PIERRE. 8. D.. March la. (Special Tele,
gram.) Ia the Linuey murder trial tha ds.
fene took tip all day In testimony relating
to action, of defendant tending to ihow his
Insanity and the fart that he wss of a
peaceful disposition and not la any way
quarrelsome. Imposition, of Dr. Clav
Iav1, of Harrodsburg. Ky., allowing ln
aenity on the part of the mother of the
ndant. and M. T. Young of Kama, City
Tf led to the tame effect, as well as to
.Hilarities of the defendant In 188S. An
attempt a as made to show Justification on
the part of defendant on account of long
continued abuse, bat It was rued out. De
fense retted and the stste will probably
take up most of tomorrow In rebuttal evl-dence.
DEMAND OF THE MINORITY
Pool la Soatkern raelfle Stork Doea
t Ask for Dividend
NEW YORK. March 23. Talbot J. Tay
lor ft Co.. representing James R. Keenn,
manager of the Southern Pacific pool. Is
sued a statement today which contained
"Either there Is a mistaken Idea re
garding the position taken by the minority
stockholders of the Southern Pacific com,
pany. or a determined effort Is being made
to cloud the Issue and distort the facts.
The 'efforts of the minority stockholders
are not directed towsrd forcing a divided
upon Southern Pacific stock, nor towsrd
anything but separation of the Southern
Pad. 1c and Union Pacific systems to the
end thst the Southern Pacific will be run
entirely In the Interest of all the stock
holders of the Southern Pacific company."
IT'S NEWS T0THE POLICE
Uailoa Dlspatek Gives Details Con
reralag Attested - Original
"Jack the Ripper."
NEW YORK. March IS. A London dis
patch was printed here today alleging that
J George Chapman, who was convicted of the
murder of several women In London, was
the original "Jack the Ripper."
It was further stated that Chapman had
opened a barber shop In Jersey City some
years ago and that soon after his arrival
there a repetition of these "Jack the Rip
per" murders occurred In Jersey City. Ac
cording to the dlspsteh Chapman was a
Pole, bis real name being Klosowskt.
Investigation by the Jersey City police
todsy failed to show any trace of Klosowskt
or Chspman and search" revealed no trace
of any "Jack the Ripper" crimes in -Jersey
DEATH TAKES A BROAD MAN
So Wide That lie Cannot
Throngk Dwora of Street
CHICAGO, March 23. James M. Mahler,
the biggest man In Chicago, If not In the
United States, Is dead. He weighed 480
pounds, sltbough his height was only live
feet ten inches.
Mr. Mshler waa the president of a med
ical concern and descendant of a noble
German family. He was so broad that he
could not use the elevated railways nor
Illinois . Central suburban trains because
or nis mammy to pasa inrougn me turn- i
allies. ' I
Only surface cars having double eliding
doora could accommodate him. All hla
wearing apparel had to be made to order,
as nothing In stock sixes was targe enough.
ALLEGE PANEL IS BRIBER
Stratton'a Exeesten ' Claim Dead
' Maa Son Conspires ta Car-
rnptly Decide Will Case.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo., March 23.
Claiming a conspiracy to defeat the end
of Justice, counsel for the late W. S.
Stratton'a executors moved today for the
discharge of the entire panel summoned
In the celebrated will case.
They alleged that I. Harry Stratton. the
son. wno is contesting me win. as n
attempting to ascertain id, opiuioua oi iur
Jurors and has arranged to unlawfully In
fluence certain Individual Jurors.
The Judge withheld his decision.
KING GAINS WYOMING LAND
Coart Award, Him 00,000
bat Settlers Will Ap
HUNTINGTON, W. Va., March 23. Henry
C. King of New York today won another
Important point in hla celebrated suit
against settlers in Wyoming, Involving 600,-
King waa awarded 90,000 acres, but tha
case will be appealed.
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
Warmer Times Daa Today or To
morrow la Central
WASHINGTON. March 23. Forecaat for
Tuesday and Wednesday:
For Nebraska and Kansas Fair and
warmer Tuesday; Wednesday fair.
For Illinois Fair Tuesday, except snow
or rain In north portion; Wednesday fair
and warmer; fresh west to northwest winds,
For Iowa Fair Tuesdsy and Wednesday;
For Wyoming and Colorado Fair and
warmer Tuesday; Wedaesday fair.
For Missouri Fair Tuesday and Wednes
day: warmer la west portion Tuesday.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, March 23. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of tha las, three
1J0 ISO! 1901. 100.
Maximum temperature ..31 63 63 S3
Minimum temperature ... X S3 4S 37
Mta temperature 2 61 49 9
Precipitation 02 .00 .01 T
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day and since March I.
Normal temperature A.
Deficiency for the day
Total excess since March 1
Deficiency for the day 03 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 31 Inch
IetU lencv since March 1 66 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, 1902 40 Inch
Pendency tor cor. perioa, iwi is incn
Reports from Statieae at T P. M.
CONDITION OF THE
Valentine, partly cloudy .
North Platte, clear
Ball Lake City, rlear
Rapid City, clear
V1 llaton, c!e,r
Chicago, partly cloudy ....
8t. lxula, rlear
8t. Paul, cloudy
Daveniort partly cloudy
Kaiwaa City, clear
ti amarck. clear
i Ml T
tH U, .0)
M M .0)
24 261 T
ti, 24 .0)
J."! 44; .01
-' 8 T
K K; .)
M fra, .0)
M II T
4 M, .0)
T Uolcatea trace of preclnttaMmv
L. A- WE1JH. '
ecal forecast OtuclaL.
RUSSIAN STUDENTS RIOT
March Tlrougb Eilerian Streets it:ng
POLICE BRUTALLY DISPEL ASSEMBLAGE
sjew Demonstrations Rasaea, Cltlseas
Paradlac Streets with Red Flaaj
of Liberty, Cheering for Po
8T. PETERSBURG. Msrch 23 Letters
from Tomsk. West Siberia, describe the !
riots which occurred there on Msrch 1.
About seventy students attended a local
court In connection with a slander case,
and on leaving were surrounded by the po
lice. The students broke through the cordon
and marched past the university shouting,
"Down with the autocracy!" A mob of
nearly S.C0O people gathered and the situa
tion became so alarming that the chief of
police barricaded the bridge and sum
moned reinforcements. The governor.
Prince Vlsxmsky, ordered the police to at
tack the rlotera, some of whom wre
beaten and the whole body was finslly
Seventy-six men were confined In the
courtyard of the police ststlon. where. It
Is claimed, they were much abused. Dr.
Schlechter and a lawyer named Voznesen
sky, who remonstrated' with the police,
were seriously Injured.
A petition to the president of the Tomsk
Bar association, signed by every lawyer In
the city, corroborates this account and de
clares that the maltreatment of the pris
oners was net dies, and willful.
The students met agsin on March S, pro
tested against the treatment the rioters
had been subjected to and marched through
the streets, their ranks being augmented
by COO sympathisers carrying red flags snd
making revolutionary demonstrations. Vic,
Governor Delwlg parleyed with the proces
sionist and withdrew the soldiers. News
regarding the subsequent developments has
not yet been received here.
MORE COLUKADO MINES CLOSE
Smelter Tra-t Takes Artloa Whlrh
Stops All Ore Ship
CRIPPLE CREEK, Colo., Msrch 23. The
strike situation Is rapidly assuming an
acute phase and there Is every lndloatlon
that every mine In the district, with the
exception of Woods' properties and the
Portland company, will be closed down
within the next forty-eight hours. (
The Gold King mine laid off Its force of
fifty men tonight and the example will be
followed In rapid succession .until st least
6,000 men will be out of employment.
Agent Hammond of the American Smelt
ing and Refining company haa notified the I
several mines that all ores contracted far1
by the United States Reduction and Refln- !
Ing company must be delivered to the mills
specified In the contracts. As mnch ore
contracted to the Standard mill has been
-0in- to th. .miters this means that ab
iolutely no ore can be shlooed until the
,trlke is over.
The Denver ft Weatern railroad haa la.
axlti orders for the abandonment of twelve
tUburban trains and haa ordered the laying
off o( two .-ttchine- and one frelrht crew
besides a number of other employes. The
order la due to the stoppage of ore ship
MORE TROLLEYS FOR ILLINOIS
Oil Trnst Proposes to Connect Chi.
eaa;e with Ullwaakeo by
CHICAGO, March 23. A new railroad.
using electric motor power, between Chi
cago and Milwaukee, passing through Wau-
kegan, Kenosha and Racine, will be In op-
..., i-.i,,. nrovMlnr ores.
ent pUng of tn(l gUndard Oil people carry
The Chicago. Milwaukee ft Inland Lakes
Traction company is the name of the new
company, which since its incorporation
some months ago haa conducted Its plans
In a quiet manner.
The man who is representing the east
ern capitalists, and who admits that the
moneyed men are the Standard OH people.
la Mr. Whitman, who managed most of the
COAL MINERS HOPE FOR MORE
Seo Chance ta Obtain Hew
Rala Tbroash Coaelllat
WILKESBARRE. Pa.. March 23. A
largely attended mass meeting of United
Mine Workera tonight discussed the award
of the strlks commission. The general sen
ttment waa that the award gave the miners
the privilege of summoning the new board
of conciliation which la to be set up and
asking for tha weighing of cost.
The men seemed to be satisfied with
everything else and believe the commis
sion haa left the coal weighing question
In a position where it can be taken up and
adjusted between the man and their em
ployers. No definite action waa taken,
the miners present concluding to reserve
their decision until they receive a full offi
clal copy of the award and secure ths opin
ion of their national officers.
Daaa-or of Calda and La Grippe.
Tha greatest danger from colds and la
grippe la their resulting In pneumonia. If
reasonable care la used, however, and
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken, all
danger will be avoided). Among the tens
of thousands who have used this remedy
for these diseases we have yet to learn of
a single case having resultsd in pneumonia.
which shows conclusively that it ta a cer
tain preventative of that dangerous malady.
It will cure a cold or an attack of a grippe
in less time than any other treatment. It
ia pleasant and aafe to take.
uIvauumc tudcc n ayc inn nice
Ht iniiiiti iiiiiki. wn i w nuu UlLw
Wisconsin Warn a a, laable to Bleep,
Stretches Jaws Intll Death
OSHKOBH. Wis., March 21. After yawn-
Ing without Interruption for three days
Mra. William Henry Jenner la dead.
Remedlea and anaesthetlca were admin
Istsred without effect. Mrs. Jenner, nnable
to sleep, yawned until she could do so no
more from lack of strength. Then aha
Used by people, of refinement
tor orer a quarter of a century
PR t PARED BY
FflQOUS IS. Mil
The Inventor of
V- GoiMh Syriip.
DR. JOHN W. HULL.
Discoverer of Dr. Bull s Cough Syrup.
It Has Cured
"My little bov bad a touch of bronrh al I
pneumonia and Ir. Bulls cough Syrup
saved him. after I had given him but a
few donrs. My other boy and my husbanl
had bad cold., also, but thank, to the won
derful Dr. null a Cough 8rup they rere
cured, too." Mra. Annie Winkle. J Dia
mond St., Rrooklyn, N Y.
' I have used Dr. Rull'a cough Syrup for
cold everv winter srd always take lr.
Bull s Cough t yrup. v hloh helps me trior?
than anything else snd always cures me. '
c. . l.uanif on. aninver,
"I have used Dr. Bull s Cough Syrup for
years In my tsmlly and find It Invr.l.iable
when any of r.y children are h-ar.e or
croupy." ' Mrs. C T. Wynkoop, 27ih nd
East Ullsun btreete, Portland. Oregon.
"I have used Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for
the last seven years and have always de
rived great benefit from it. 1 also recom
mended it to many of my rriends and they
are very well pleased with the result that
followed Its use." Andrew Zlll g. lo9 Hlrk
ory St., Buffalo. N. Y.
Do not accept some cheap imitation; It may i n a'.n harm
ful drugs. Neltha.- take the poor substitute i-ffered by the
dealer; he Is after large profit and you will endungr your
health or that of your famllv if you fool with a suhst tut.
Insist on DR. Bl'LL'S COl'rtH SYRl'I. It Is th best: It Is
the one that will cure you and no other remedy equal It.
See that our Tra le Mark. th Bull's Head, i, on the wrapper.
Large bottles, only 13 cents, at nil druggists.
A. C. MEI ER A CO.. Sole Proprietors. D altlmore.Md,
Give Ycur Face a
For Easy Shaving.
Beats any soap,
leaves no chance
You'll like rt, and Bar bora
apply It for the askiaj.
All dealers sell it in
A. R. Bremer Co., Chicago.
sre the true source of good, healthy
Persons with half-etarved serves al
ways 1 jck worried aud "dragged-out."
You caaaot be happy without nerve
vigor; you cannot be natural without
all the powers which nature meant you
prod nee a healthful glow which art
cannot itnhate. They iovigorateevery
organ, put new force to the nerves,
elasticity to the step and round out the
face and form to Ilnca of health and
(1 .00 per box: 8 boxc.i (with written
gaaranlce), ta.0& Book free.
For sale by Kuba ft Co.. Omaha.
Dillon's Drug Etore. South Omaha.
Davis Drug Co.. Council Bluffs, la.
Imperial Hair Regenerator
The) Standard Hair Coloring
A for Oray er Bleached Hair, t a clean.
Ooiarlr.f. An sat ml ahaaa. Lea--ti
hair bseuttraL clean sod slaaay. ON .
' ?-m APPLICATION LASTS MOICTII
vrS 8am pie at hair eoleraa tree. Privacy
aaaurod. Bend lor Faaipaia.
Imperial Chaemlcal Co., 135 W. 23d St.. N. Y.
bold by bhermun McConnell Drug Co.,
Qiakar Mail Irt It
perfect WiUitr. Uciini
perlMttr to n, sits
litrty peri; li Itprilui
ky it vti aiti m t.
Ftr ul at tfci tutfaf
sin, caftt til tni
Are becoming scarce. Join my Homestead
Club and Increase your opportunities of
obtaining one by being kept posted. 1 have
something good In view. bend for my
pamphlet of homestead Instructions and
treatise on puhllc land surveys, fries ii
cents silver and stamp.
C. J. tuaaaSH, ,54iB Howard IU oaaaaa.
T yT BiiNi 1 l'bitfof aaa,iurl
Irrltatloaa or ilcwtiioai
of aaetli laamWaaM.
P.lMiM .ad aat aalrlB-
ut ta HrtMar.
rsttHMlCMMlCuCl. (al ot auiwawaa.
- BBasMILUr aoMSlBreaglaU,
. 1.1.1. " jf" e oi Is al.ia wrapper.
mm I 1 " 1 ' t i If -
(i4 S. HIRSCH & CO. I
l! ftT-'irVbi RMsuIs Uasar ft
'' ' DeBert, 2
KANSAS CITY, MO. A
" 1 a a. a l la ai.ia wrapp-.
.1 Harm, proeaid. fo
rj'tl SI as rtlMMIatJ 7.
a tixkslay aaat aa ,oaaat.
li. Jnhn W. l:ull. who illscovcoil Pr.
V'.'ll's tough Syrup fifty yp.ir n, "..li
the rrmsi siirref-il rlm-lor tor ail thro.i'
and lung u leases ihe worltl his iv r
known No "thrr doctor ha ever bren arl
to 1evl a hotter fo'nmla. Thete Is 10
ase of throat or lung troutile which It
Hull's rough Pyruii v. Ill not ciir.v it li
tolay the mly absolutely s:ro iirnt sti'c
i tire" fur ro'inh. coiil. boaoenres. h-on.
ih.tls Inftuems. croup, whioulng cough
blooding lungs or liemcrrhages and r.i. -sumption.
"My family has used Dr. Hull s i'iu;h.
fvri;n for ih last twelve years snore-
fuliv oinl would me no othr." Kirk Fold,
ill D Street. S K . Washington. D. t .
"I use none other but Dr. Pull's Co.ish
Ryrup. It haa been used In our fmnlly to
manv scars ami woimt not re vvunoui m
r.rreM r.. urry, i.
Morris Flairs. N. J.
"li use I Pr null's Coush Svrup vit i
t h. npflrlal results. It -vorked 1 ke a char n
and cure.! a rough In one night. It l- in i
nicest and l est cough svrup 1 ever uerd "
Wti'lsm Campbell, rarnhurst P. U.. New
castle Co., Delaware
"I want to tell you how delighted we all
are with Pr. Hulls Cough Myr.ip. I an
not Favlng too much v. hen I It i the
verv host cough ryrup. not n'y for grow i
re pie. but I never fount anything to eipu.
i tor children. Pr. null's o igh H r. p
deserve the et.tlre -rellt for my chil Ircn
rood health I recommrnl it to eerv
hodv." eo. Onbr.el. H-5 fc'econd Ave., New
! "THE BEST OF EVERYTHING"
Double Track Railway
The Omaha Train par
excellence is No. 6. A Solid
train made vp in Omaha daily
1 at 6:50 p. m,, arrivina at Chi
cago 7:15 next morning. Li- -
j brary Buffet Car Barber
New Standard Sleepers Dimr
j. Chair Cars Everything.
No. 2. daily, has Library,
Observation and Sleeping Can
only, ivith electric lights. Omaha
8:10 p. to., Chicago 9 o'clock
next morning. The fastest train
west of Chicago.
Treats all forma of
17 Tears Experience.
17 Tears In Omrha
Mis remarkable suc
cess has never been
equaled and every day brlni
every day bring, many natter
ing reports or the good ne is
reports or tne goo a ne
doing, or the
relief he haa given.
Hot Springs Traa uiu 5 jail's
And all Blood Poisons. NO "BREAKIN'O
OUT" on ths akin or face and all external
, slams of the disease disappear at once.
I RlAfin IllCrlCC K-rian!Uly cur, irt
DLUUU Ul)a.ifaa I" 'K tU DAYS.
VARICOCELES .Tv.. '
OVER 30,000 oua debility, lea, of
vitality, unnatural discharges. Stricture.
Gleet, kidney and Bladder Diseases. Ily-
rCQUICK CURES LOW CHAROE3.
Treatment b mall. P. O. Box ?. Office
aver ll B. 14th street, bstwsen Farnam and
Douglas streets, OMAlLs, .NIB.
We five written
contracts to cur
Diseases and Disor
ders of Men. or re
fund money paid.
Many cases taken
S5.00 per month.
I aaraS In I itr. wllkont cutting, pain or low ot
1 tiaia. ltal suarantaa ta cur. you er monay ratuod.,.
J? . Btea varj ngn a
eureS tor Ufa and tha poison thor
oughly elaana-d from tha tlao
ovary also and symptom dlaappar, romplatnly
. aas feroT.r. no "skkajiixi oi r- or tna
' oaaa aa tha akin or fara. T troent coatalii
i danaoraua dm,, ar lajurmua aicluia.
! VI CI If I CM from gicaaan or VICTIMS TO
! If CUR. IVll.l1 NKKVOI S HUMILITY OK BX
I HAlsTioN. WASTINU WEAKNESS, with BAHI.Y
DBi'AT la YOUNG and MIDULR AiED. U.k ol via..
I t,or aad eraa,th, with ergaae impaired and w.k.
1 Cur-, anaraataad.
i W I IllU I Ualto Mt- ' ao deuailoa
. (root bu.iu.aa.
tniAHV. Kldnay and Bladdar Treablaa. Wa
auk Hurnlaa lnn. rraauanry of I'rtnatlna. Urine
li , Huh Colarad. or with mlikr aedlmeot on otaudlas
2) , Consaltatlon Free. Treataaeat by Mall.
Call or address. Cor. 14th at Dana las.
DR. SEALES & SEALES. Om.ha, Nib.
d aa4 ,000)4 haow
bUtVTL Whirled feorarv
ual aamJ airtha. Km
. aov-M.io CosvanvnaV
4rw'f Wj'X I maia li imigj
A roar araariat W a..
It twiai noT Kiptily UM
fitter, Nu tarai atainp fv 1 .
lauata boo -.1-, li iro.
full ,mnuara aad 4ii.t'r.i n.
nlll.U.ia la.hu M.aWk. .'A
moofjt t Time Bldau. U. f.
for Bale by
SCHAEFER'B CUT RATE DKl.O 8TORU.
Corner 16th and Chicago bis.. Oman
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