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162. & FARNAM
Our Millinery depart
ment is aglow with hun
dreds of Spring HaU In
11 styles and at all prlcea.
We inaugurate tomor
row our great Easter
sale of hats.
Elegant hats, made of
chiffon, trimmed with
lace, flowers and orna
ments, worth n riri
$7.60 special
A rery
made of
showy hat,
hair braid.
1th chiffon n'.
and flowers,,
worth $5, for
We are making a spe
cialty of street hats.
Prices range 7Ra
from $12 down to f QG
All of the Former Members Except Lob
ingler appointed, by fopremo Judges.
' . ...
GTrsor Asolats W. F. Thosnpaoa
of Wood River Pars Food
Commissioner to Saeeoed
(From a! Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb April 8. (Special Tele-gram.)--The
supreme court Judges this af
ternoon reappointed for a term of r?ne year
all of the present commissioners, except
Judge Loblngier of Omaha. In his place tho
; Judges appointed H. C. Glanvllle of Grand
Island. Those reappointed were: Commis
sioners Ames, Pound. Duffle, Oldham, Hast
ings. Klrkpatrlck, Albert and Barnes.
Gov. Mickey today appointed W. F.
Thompson of Wood River deputy food com
missioner. Mr. Thompson will begin his
duties May 8. Mr, Bassett. the present
commissioner, was not an applicant for re
Killed In a Ranaway.
NELSON.' Neb., April 8. (Special.) An
accident , occured to J. R. Beam yesterday
afternoon which resulted In bis death this
evening. He was riding home In a buggy
with one of his' neighbors and led a horse
for him. The horse became frightened and
broke lose. The man gave Mr. Beam the
lines and 'got pot to catch the horse. In
watching the man, Mr. Beam dropped one
of the lines and then the team started to
go. In trying to stop them with the on
line, they ran around In a circle and
threw him out fatally Injuring him. Mr.
Beam was an aged gentleman and a pio
neer resident of this section. The funeral
occurs tomorrow and the body will then
be taken to Illinois for luierment.
Extending Telephone Line.
ARAPAHOE, Neb., April 8 (Special.)
The Arapahoe and Gosper Telephone com-
Little Liver Pills.
Muit Boar Signature of
4W FaoSiasIle Wrapper Betew.
Tery aamall and as assy
. to taka as ea(u
roi nunm.
m siuousmt.
vuis mtm ss i.tu..
Al I Kf T right
irlV 7? IV Waists
tXiiv il and ba
tin a rvT-f-n'ftl
A Rare and Unprecedented
Shewing in Our Suit
and Millinery Dept.
easy to buy here. Prices are
goods right terms to suit.
Bure and Bee us before buying.
ndred neautlfjlly tailored Madras
extreme broal shoulder effect. Front
ck laid In tuck e, new tab collars, front
sts and collar neatly embroidered, new
urn sleeve, two -Inert cuff. These
are worth U4X en
t ss vr
Women's tailor made Spring Bulla, of
fine cheviots and etamlnea, made In
the collarleea blouse Jacket, trimmed
In stitched silk and fancy braids,
some with double-breasted effects
and large silk revere, flare and
flounce effect, perfect hanging skirts,
value tls.50 special for . O 7fi
Women's swell collarless blouse
autts of very fine cheviot, silk lined
Jacket, newest aleeve fancies with
cuff. Jacket haa top cape trimmed In
cord and buttons, vesting of braid
and silk ornaments. New seven-
gore flare skirt with stitched pleats
down front. Value 1.7.50, IQ 7B
sn-ll -
pany, which Is running a line from this
place to Gosper, twelve miles north, and a
stub eight miles further to the northwest,
with several miles of side lines. Is nearly
completed, and will be In working order
by Thursday, It will have over thirty
eight miles of wire, and by June 1 Increase
the milage to nearly 100. It connects with
the Nebraska telephone lines at this place.
Itrasger Who Waa la Waltlasr Room
Boand to Chair by Roh
. bora.
BEATRICE, Neb., April 8 (Special Tele
gram.) The Rock Island depot at DeWItt,
Neb., was robbed In a mysterious manner
at 2 p. m. today. Agent Van Aken left
the depot to go to dinner, leaving a
stranger In the waiting room. When he re
turned he found the man bound to a chair.
When released the stranger said be had
been held up by robbers who tied htm to
the chair and stole the money belonging
to the railroad company. An Investigation
showed that $40 was gone. The country
for miles around Is being searched for the
robbers. The depot occupies an isolate!
and Ideal spot for such a job.
- Tbo Signal of Distress.
Whites of eyes and skin yellow show
liver troubles and jaundice. Dr. King's New
Life Pills cure or no pay. Only 25c. For
sale by Kuhn & Co.
Fair Today and Tomorrow la
Iowa and fooler In Ne
braska. WASHINGTON, April 8. Forecast:
Nebraska Fair, cooler Thursday; Friday
Iowa. Missouri, Colorado and Wyoming
FVr Thursday and Friday.
.Illinois Generally fair Thursday and
Friday, variable winds.
South Dakota Fair Thursday, copier In
central and east portion; Friday fair.
Kansas Fair Thursday, cooler In north
portion; Friday fair.
Loral Record.
OMAHA, April 8. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last three
years:- j
litnj. 190?. 19m. 1900.
Maximum temperature .. "S 48 61 75
Minimum temperature ... 45 S3 11 K
Mean l"merture 40 61 f,
Precipitation 00 .03 . 00 .On
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for this day and since March 1,
Normal temperature 4
Kxress for the day 12
Total excevs since March 1 153
Normal precipitation 08 Inch
Deficiency for th day Winch
Hirclnliallin since Mroh 1 53 Inch
leflclency since March 1 1.60 inches
Deficiency for cor. period 1903. . .1 .46 Inches
KxcM for cor. period. lwol ....(. 60. 1 inch
Itrnorts from Stations at 7 . M.
Omaha, clear
VaU-ntine, clear
North i'lalte, c'.ear ...
Cheyenne, clear
I Salt like. clear
! Kaplrt i It y. c!ar
i Huron, clear
I WiMritnn, clear
i Chicago. irt cloudy
' St. Uiulo. clear
, M. I 'a ill, clear
I iHvenixirt . near ....
; Kansas City, c.ear .
Havre, e'ear
, Helena, clear
. l'ismurck. clear
lialvemon, clear
T indicates trace of precipitation.
Local Forecast Official.
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33 : 5;
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71! 761 .00
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"0 72. .00
W 62, .00
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M' 64 .Oil
7t 72 .00
(Su ti .oij
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70' 76 .00
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Politics Tignra in SeT?ral of tba Cities and
Eepublican Show Wei'.
As taaal, License or o Urease is the
Klaht la Majority of lastaaees
and Some "urprlnes are
YORK, Neb., April 8. (Spc:lal.) The en
tire republican ticket in the city of Yorlt
w as elected by pluralities of. f-otn 48 to 350.
Both sides worked hard to get out the
vot.-. Hon. George W. Pnt was elected
mayor by 168 plurality.- The republican
councllmen were elected and the only real
contest cn councilman was supposed to be
in the Third ward. Captain H. I. Lundcen.
the only fualon!t officer in the court house,
accepted the nomination by the republicans
for councilman of the Third ward. The op
position issued circulars against him and
made a house to bouse canvas. Lundeen
surprised all, as he won by over 60 votes.
A great many Issues was spruug and
worked against the republican ticket. The
opposition urged that the republicans wen;
going to pave and run tho city in debt
and brick was to be furnished by Mayor
Post. Considering the fight put up the re
publicans feel elated over the returns.
DAVID CITY. Neb., April 8. (Special.)
The city election passed off quietly yester
day. Considerable work was done but In
a manner thai caused no excitement what
ever. Tarty politics were laid aside at the
primaries and a citizens' ticket nominated
that w as favorable to license. A full' ticket
was nominated that was supposed to be
agalust license, but some of these an
nounced through a local paper that they
were for high license, so the contest was
purely a personal one. The citizens' ticket
was elected by majorities ranging from SO
to 94. The following are the ofllceis
elected: Mayor, John F. Zelllnger; city
clerk, W. S. McCoy; city treasurer, O. A
Becker; police Judge, E. S. Jonos; council
men, First ward, A. E. Ettlng; Second
ward, F. W. Sleeper; to fill vacancy Charli
Stoops, Third ward, M. J. Bcuse. The vote
for members of Board of Education Is very
close and It will take the official count to
decide this. It is believed, however, that
Arthur Myatt and Matt Miller are elected.
Itepublicans Win at Fremont.
FREMONT, Neb.. April 8. (Special.)
An unusually large vote for a city election
was cast yesterday and as a result tho
republican ticket was generally successful.
Wolz, republican, was elected mayor over
Morse, democrat, by 90 majority. The other
successful candidates are: Treasurer,
Frank Hollenbeck, democrat; clerk, 8. F.
Stiles; police Judge, J. C. Cook, republican,
water and electric light commissioner, J. H.
Matthews, democrat; councllmen, F. M.
Smith. J. H. C. Slobb, David Franklin. A.
W. Murphy and J. B. Brooks, all repub
licans. For the school board, George L.
Loom 1 8, democrat, and C. C. McNish, re
publican, had no opposition. Mathews,
democrat, had the largest majority over his
opponent of any one on the tieket, 163. The
new council will have seven republicans and
one lone democrat.
Women Work for Bonds.
HASTINCS. Neb., April 8. (Special )
The principal interest In the ,clty election
here yesterday centered around' the proposi
tion to vote $40,000 In bonds for the ereo
tion of a new high school building. The
bonds were voted by a msjorlty of seventy
nine. This result' was largely due to the
fact that the women of the city took a deep
Interest in the question' and worked with
tireless teal. The vote for eotiocllmen re
sulted In the "lection of two republicans
and two democrats, as follows: ' First ward,
Sven Johnson, republican, Second ward;
Ezra Langevln, democrat. Third ward; 8. 8.
Snyder, democrat; Fourth ward, R. V.
Shockey, republican. Republicans were
elected to the school board, namely: M. A.
Hartlgan. E. N. Hamen and D. M. Ball.
SEWARD, Neb., April .8. (Special.) The
city election went off with a rush yester
day, the issue being license or no license.
License only carried by 10 majority. Fol
lowing is the majorities received, the suc
cessful candidates all being on the repub
lican ticket. Mulflnger, mayor, 133; Hul
shlzer, clerk, 196; Graff, treasurer. 123:
Walker, engineer. 168; Htller, councilman,
43; Miller, councilman, 61; for license, 233,
against, 223. '
NORFOLK.' Neb., A;rll 8. (Special.)
The republicans elected Hazen mayor over
Koenlgstein for re-election by 65; re-elected
McFarland city clerk; elected Utter treas
urer, and in First ward elected Dr. Wil
kinson councilman over Uhle, present' In
cumbent; Second ward, Pasewalk over Bu
cholz; Third ward, Klesan over Gerecke,
making a clean sweep.
PONCA, Neb., April 8. (Special.) The
election of city officers resulted as follows:
N. P. Heydon. ' republican, mayor; James
Pomeroy, republican, city clerk; W. F.
Mlkesell, republican, treasurer; F. A. Mc
Mnster. democrat, police Judge; N. P.
Dixon, republican, city engineer; Sheri
dan Belter, republican, councilman First
Ward; F. S. Payne, democrat, councilman
Second ward; Ed Berry, republican, council
man Third ward.
TECUMSEH, Neb.. April .8. (Special.)
Tecumseh went dry by 9 majority.' It went
dry last year by 71. L. S. Chittenden was
elected mayor over Washington Robb; C.
M. Wilson defeated C. B. Woolsey for clerk;
L. M. Davis is elected treasurer over N.
M. Davidson; E. M. Tracy la elected en
gineer, W. L. Dunlap withdrawing from
the race on account of poor health; J. A.
Lawrence was elected oollce Judge over
E. B. Perkins, for council of the First
ward Harry Phelps defeated Jacob
Kelm; In the Second ward J. P.
Jacob Kelm; in the Second ward J. P.
Souders was elected over Walter Ross, and
In the Third ward Frank Da'oe defeated E.
H. Beaver.
Itepublicans Win at ftrhuyler.
SCHUYLER. Neb., April 8. (Special.)
The republicans took everything In sight
In the city and school election yesterday
excepting the councilman of the Third
ward, Jjspph H. Otradovsky being elected
instead of Allan Cameron. Those elected
are: John E. Arnold, mayor; L. W. Dick
inson, city clerk; W. T. Howard, treas
urer; E. E. Oreenmon, engineer; V. W.
Sutherland, police Judge; councllmen. First
ward, Ed Mclntyre; Second ward. C. G.
Stewart; Third ward, J. H. Otradovsky;
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members of the school hoard, K Mirk, re
elected agajnst some party opposition, and
Clrll Scbmid.
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb.. April 8 (Spe
cial.) The city election pasfed off very
quietly, only 1.051 votes being cast in the
entire city. Three tickets were in the field
snd the general result was a victory for
the republicans. Following areuhe results:
Councllmen: Fourth ward. George W.
Tompkins and E. H. Shannon, democrats
and endorsed by union labor: Third ward,
F. L. Keoppel and William Brower, repub
licans; Second ward, Cal Chapman snd Lou
Pme, republicans snd endorsed by union
labor; First ward, James Christlson, re
publican, and Robert James, democrat!,
both endorsed by union labor. Board of Ed
ucation: D. W. 8chmlnke, republican;
Henry Schwake. republican, O. A. Klmmel,
republican; Ilr. Claude Watson, democrat.
PLATTSMOl'TH, Neb., April 8. (Spe
cial.) The city election passed off very
quietly yesterday, the "wef and "dry" not
entering into the question. The socialists
had a full ticket In the field and made gilns
In each ward. H. N. Dovey and Dr. C. A.
Marshall were elected on the republican
ticket for members of the Board of Educa
tion. In the First ward Ed Fitigerald.
democrat, was elected councilman; Frank
Buttery, republican, In the Second; James
Herold, democrat, in the Third; William
Ballance, republican. In 'the Fourih, and
John Vandran. democrat, in the Fifth.
AUBURN, Neb., April 8. (Special.) The
election In this city resulted In the selec
tion of almost the entire citizen's reform
ticket. Dr. 1. H. Dillon was elected mayor
over R. M. Oillan by 10 majority. Tt. C.
Boyd, treasurer, 35 majority; W. S. Crlch
ton, clerk; -Gilbert, engineer; N. 8. Harn.
police Judge, these , three latter bring on
both tickets. " V. E. C. Long was elected
councilman In the First wsrd, J. W, Dinsh
In the Second and Fred Schrlefer and O. F.
Harlfln in the Third. The real contests
came over members of the school board, tbo
citizen's reform candidates, favoring the
present superintendent and school admin
istration, the Independent candUates oppos
ing them. Dr. E. M. Tyler and A. R. Teery,
the pro-administration candidates, were
elected by majcritira cf 156 snd 14fi tespe?
tively. The license question was, as usual,
submitted to the direct vote of the citi
zens, and resulted In 69 majority In favor
of license.
Aioion ine license eanildates were
elected In two of the three wards, but two
holdover members are no license and there
will be no saloons during the coming year
mere was a aireci vote on the ques
tion or licensing and there was a majority
or rlx agalnit license.
Alma The anti-license ticket won by
electing half of the council and the mayor.
Arapahcc License carried at town elec
tion, C. Horton and S. M. Patterson being
elected on the town , board.
Arlington Arlington will continue to he
a wet town.
Aurora License or. no license was the
Issue before the voters, direct expression
being had resulting in a majority against
license. The public Improvement ticket
waB elected as follows: Vayor, J. H. Ed
monson; clerk. Fred Jeflers; treasurer, C.
8. Hull; engineer, H. G. Csrr; councllmen,
D. L. Mochamer, Thomas Hedgecock, E. A.
Thomas; police Judge. O. D. Shankland.
Bonrd of Education, G. W. Curry and Dr.
Battle Creek Charles Probst and Joseph
Severa elected councllmen. Election quiet.
Beamer The petition ticket was elected
as follows: Edward Albright, James Walla.
George Mellor and William Hille.
Belgrade The license ticket was elected,
but on direct vote on -the question of
license the majority was against license
and the town will be dry for another year
at least. , , :."
Benedict License ticket elected.
Bradshaw The license .tlcjtct was elected,
but It is -considered doubtful whether a
saloon petition can be ' secured.
Butte Only one ticket was In the flelj
and no Interest was taken In the elec
tion. . v - v .
Cedar Rapids The high license ticket
was elected. The town., has been dry for
the past year.
Crete The democrats re-elected Mayor
Buck and raptured all the other offices ex
cept city engineer. The officers elected are:
Mayor, Buck: clerk, Ed Badousek; treas
urer, Ed Walker; police Judge, Fred Hler.
Dakota City No Interest and no con
test over election, only fifty-seven votes
Demg ponea. ,
Dorchester Only one ticket In the field
and no issue in election..
Eaat Oxford License, ticket electt-d.
Edgar License won by one majority. The
following city ticket was elected: Mayor,
E. M. ClifT; councllmen, J. W. Hart, J. W.
Watson; treasurer, J. J. Walley; clerk, R.
avery.. .
Fairburv The entire high license ticket
was elected, except police Judge. Those
elected were: Msyor, 8. W. Dodge; clerk,
L. J. Nutzman; treasurer, 8. M. Bailey,
police Judge, O. H. Strock; councllmen, F.
M. Rain. J. A. Weitllng; city engineer, W.
W. Watson.
Fairfield No license ticket elected.
Fullerton The license ticket was elected.
The council will be for license,, but the no
license mayor was elected.
Geneva License ticket elected as fol
lows: Mayor, A. H. Stevens; councllmen,
B. B. Ogg, G. Skenkler, Jacob Weia; school
board, J. H. Heath, F. Sklpton.
Gibbon The license ticket was elected. I
Gothenburg The no license candidates
were elected, but the holdover members are
favorable to license and control the board.
Humboldt The temperance ticket, with
the exception of clerk, war elected and
as a result Humboldt Willi be dry the com
ing year after having had saloons for two
Indianola License ticket elected aa fol
lows: Mayor. C. B. Hogg; clerk; W. H.
Smith; tressurer, F.VB. Duckworth; coun
cllmen, J. V. Harrison and C. N. Smith
Lawrence No license ticket won after an
excitlog contest.
Leigh Only one ticket snd no issue;
board Is for license.
Lexington The na license candidates
were all elected as follows: Mayor. Oeorge
W. Fox; police Judge, W. D. Roberts; treas
urer, John M. Neff; clerk, E. V. Flier;
councllmen. Dr. F. J. Rosenburg, Reete
Roe, P. J. Hewitt.
Lyons The no license ticket wss elected
and this together with the decision of the
court that liquor cannot be sold on any of
the lots in the town without forfeiting title
will certainly make Lyons a dry town.
McCool McCool reversed Itself and
elected the no license ticket after having a
aalcon for several years.
Nelson The antl-llcense ticket was
elected by a large majority.
Oakland The high license ticket won ti
ter an exciting contest.
Orleans The names of the license can
didates were not filed In time to get on the
official bollot, but they were written In by
enough voters to carry the election for
Oxford License ticket elected.
Papilllon The democrats elected the en
tire city council.
pierce Only one ticket waa printed on
the ballot but a quiet effort waa made to
defeat D. L. Upton by writing In the name
of an opponent. The result was a heavy
vote and Upton was elected.
Randolph There wss but one ticket
printed on the ballot, but the no license
party wrote In its candidates and made
hard, though losing, fight.
Rlverton The license ticket was elected
by a small majority.
Silver Creek License won by a majority
of 13.
Bt toward The license ticket was
elected, though oa a direct vote oa the
Duffy's Pure Mnlt Whiskey Cures Grip, Consumption, Malaria, Bronchitis.
Asthma and All Diseases of the Throat and Lungs.
Grip is an Infectious disease, which at
tack weak and strong alike, especially
If the blood Is sluggish, and generally In
volving the mucous membrane of the air
passages from the nostrils down to nnd
including the lui:s Serious complications
are 'Isble to develop in the course of the
disease, as grip settles In the wenkest pnrt
of the system, sometltms the kidneys, the
brain, the stomach or the heart, result'ng
often In heart failure. but th most
dreaded of nil Is when it settles in the
lungs. Consumption Is sure to follow and
certain death If prompt action Is not taken
and Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey admin
istered. Tlie fatalities resultln from this disetse
within the past few vears have sufTlclently
iroused doctors to the importance of giving
he dls'nse the closest Investigation.
Duffy's I'ure Malt Whiskey in the only
hsolute euro for grip. Influenza, astlmm,
ronrhltls, fjtsrrh. consumption and all
llsenses of the threat snd lunss; 1: p.e
ents complications and bad nf ter-c ffects
hst grip so "ften leaves In the sa;em.
Huffy s Pure Mn't Whiskey not only kl Is
ihe germs, but It stimulates the bled,
ttris digestion and tones the action of the
The voluntary testimony received from
hnusnnd of our grateful patlenta is proof
positive that Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
the greatest known remedy tor the grip
and all diseases of the throat and lungs
nnd ull wasting diseases from whatever
causes. IWtctora, ministers, public spaknrs
md n number of the leaiini; tcmn'nnc
women praise Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
'or the good it has accomplished In
avlng lives.
Dr. Wlllard II. Mmse. the eminent prnc
titlnner and world-renowned therapeutist.
fter careful study of grip In all Its stag-s.
4!vf "lmfTv' fni-A Mil. 'l,llfnv Is the
m'lv nbsolute cure for the kHd: it builds
.il the system ami enables It to throw on
"he grip Kerms and prevents bad nfter
rfects. because It Is chemically pure and
cntalns great medicinal properties."
I'PKVKtTIHI tilill'.
Burllnston. Vt., Jan. 21. .'-'
Oentlemen 1 consider It no more than
your due to tell you that the use of your
whlskev has prevented me from having the
dread dls. ns , th3 grip, th s winter. Every
body eise oti my street has had It. I am
ant over and above henlthy. and was afraid
I might be takm tlown with the grip; but I
took a moderate umnunt or Duffy's Malt
vVhlskev ench day and never entoyed bet
er health in my life. My wife has also de
rived much benetit from Itx use.
Truly yours. A. A. YOl'NO.
Mgr., Yoiit'g's Information Agency.
Sirs After being Riven up by several of
,ur best physicians, throat and
:uns trouble, and pronounced a ense of
ccural!c consumption, my sister started
license question the majority was against
the saloon and It Ij thought the council
men elected will rrepect the wishes of the
voters as expressed on the question.
Springfield Llncense was the only Issue
and carried by twenty-five majority.
Sutton Councllmen elected are for li
cense; principal fight over schrol board,
M. Fig! and William Robl being successful
Tecumseh No license carried by nine
Valparaiso There was a 'majority of
eleven against license.
Valley License won In the election here
today, the following trustees being el.-ted?
Alex. Gardner, F. H. Clark and
Waco License won two to one.
Wshoo Party lines closely drawn and
entire republican ticket elected as follows:
Mayor, Arthur Anderson; clerk, F. J. Kirch
man; treasurer; N. D. Tharp; councllmen,
L. J. Kudrna. M. A. Phelps, B. E. Hen
dricks. Wausa The contest was over the license
question and license won by six majority.
West Point The only Issue was a per
sonal one between the candidates and the
following were elected: Mayer. Fred Son-
nenscheln; councllmen. Ed Schulte, Flor
sndo Kraure, Peter Haseler.
Wlsner Only one ticket In the field and
no Interest was tifkeii in the election.
Delegation Favors tinge.
M'COOK, Neb., April 8. (Special.)
Members of McCook Lodge No. 61, A. O.
U. W., ere enthusiastically in favor of Dr.
W. V. Gage, .present grand medical exam
iner for Nebraska, and have chosen a dele
gation In his favor and passed strong reso
lutions favoring his candidacy at the com- I
Ids' grand lodge meeting in Grand Island
May 1!. McCook lodge stands fourth among
the lodges of Nebraska.
Saunders' Mortgaae Record.
WAHOO, Neb.. April 8. (Special.) Th
following is tho mortgage record of Saun
ders county for the month of March: Farm
mortgages filed 78, amount $163,392, re
leased 81, amount $89,464.82: city mort
gages filed 25, amount $8,439.62, released
IT, amount $7,848; chattel mortgagee filed
amount $18,740.92, released 31, amount
rw Railroad fur Kansas.
TOPKKA. Kan., April 8.- A charter was
todav granted the Kansas Uuir railroad,
which proposes to build a north and south
line through Sallna to connect with a gulf
line at Fort Amitn. A permanent survey
haa been started. It Is supposed that the
Burlington road In behind the scheme.
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It is pleasant to leave one's children a fortune, but it infinitely better to leave them perfect health and sterling
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lira liiii If ii fin
the use of your Pure Malt Whiskey. She i
has taken three buttles, and Is so much
Improved in strength that we are all fcel-
l Ins nulte hopeful.
I Mrs. FKLL SHAUI Charlotte. Mich.
I, 1801.
Montana Senator Asks HI Fr.m-hl.r j ,hst p;ln' J'" which he was
turned out. He went from hero to Nio
From I.oa Anuoie. flty , hrl rH linrt na1 gra(ually dropped out Pof
LOS ANGELES, Cal., April 8. Uni:e1
States Senator Clark of Montana has ap
plied to the city council for a sireei rail
way franchise covering about elgbiy-two
miles of streets.
He offers to esUbl'.eh a 3-c'rn' fare.
John Smith.
YORK, Neb.. April 8. (Special.) John
Smith, a resident of McCool and one of the
oldest residents of Y'ork county, died yes
terday at McCoU from a stroke of paralysis.
Mr. Smith Is said to be the oldest resident
In York county and was tne first resident
of this county. He was born In Luzerne
county, I'enn., May 25, 1832. When 14 years
old he drove a stage In Arkansas, nnd while
thus engaged he met with an accident In
which his right hip was dislocated. In May,
1865, he located in York county, about three
miles east of York, wheie he hid charge
of the Beaver Dam station stage, which
position he resigned a year later and
homesteaded 160 acres on which a part of
tho town of McCool Is built.
In self-defense Mr. Smith was compelled
to shoot and kill the first white man in
York county, which occurred in tho tall of
1866. A stage driver, crazed with drink,
drove up to Mr. Smith's house and declared
that ho would kill everybody there.
All fled to the house and barrlcaled the
doors. The stage driver was warned to
i not come ln an1 h,n b broke PPpn the
door he fell dead from gun shot wounds.
j Since 18S8 Mr. 8mlth his lived a retired life
j at McCool. He accumulated considerable
property and was a member of the Modern
Woodmen of Amer'ca.
Edward M. Wlttl.
A brief notice announcing the death of
Edward M. Wittlg at Niobrara, Neb., on
I April 6, appeared In The Bee yesterday
Mr. Wittlg was a former well known
! resident cf Omaha and was one of Its old
I time pioneers. Some thirty-five or more
years ago he was associated with the Krug
Brewing company of Omaha, and later went
Into business for ilraielf, opening a saloon
and restaurant In the location where Lentx
A Williams' place now stands on Fsrnam
street Just east of Fifteenth. Ed Wlttig
Kc3dr,HtLl DjJju iiO., Ccr.
Oentlemen I take pleasure In Infnnn'nl
you 'hat I have been cured nf a s-vere si
tack of grip by i:!nt your Duffy's Pu
Malt Whiskev. Mv ae I. TO vears.
! Mrs. ELIZA H ItF.AM. Til Cherry St..
I Rcadlnt. Pa.. Dec. U. It
Oentlemen My family had "La Orlpp' '
1 I pul'ed three of thotn ihr nsli with Du!f ."
! Pure Mait Whiskey and tnilk.
Koohester. Mich.. Nov. 3. i:r
I Duffy's Purs Mil: Whis'.tey hr.s stoit
revere tests for nearly & years, nn.l hss
always been found absolutely pure and to
1 coiit iln r.reat i:ied c!nal
FREE. Two game counters for whist.
: euchre, etc.. send 4 cents in stamps to
I rover postage.
! t'VCTlON: Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
1 fold In icn ed bitt es If offer-d
l;i Imlk it is a fraud. He sure you get the
peiu lno. It Is the only whirkey recognised
1 hv the government as a modlclre. All
n!h:sglsts and grocers, or direct. I'1
i hottic Medical booklet snt free. FMffy
Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester. N. Y.
continued in business there until the de
struction cf tho Boyd theater by fire at
b mmory of his old Omaha friends. His
M.', portly flgurn and genial characteristics
will be recalled to many old-time Omahana
by the notice of his death.
His body will be trousht here for Inter
ment, the funeral taking place from his
old residence, 810 Sru'h Twenty-fourt'4
Ltreet, Thursday cfternoon. Final lnter-
icent will be at Walnut Hill cemete..r
Council Bluffs.
r John J.'Halt?. '
HELENA. Mont , April 8. John J. Hall
Is dead at Jefferson, aged 78. He was
native or West Dover, Vt., and wss a
pioneer In three states, Minnesota, Wash
Ington sfld Montana. He settlid Id Minne
sota In 1856 and next year left for Walla
Walla, Wash. He came to Montana In
1862, and was ono of the first miners in
Alder Gulch, the rcene of the fltst gold
discoveries ln Mcntona.
Funeral of Frank Baehler.
NEBRASKA ClTY, Neb., April 8. (Spe
cial.) The funeral of Frank Buehler was
held this morning from St. Marys t atn
clle church, Rev. Father McKenna ofTlcl
atlng. Interment was made In the German
Catholic cemettry southeast of this city.
Several fraternal organizations of which
the deceased was a mem'opr, attended the
funeral in a bedy.
Mrs. Henry Paste.
FORT SCOTT, Kas i April 8. Mrs. Henry
L. Page, a daughter cf x-Oovernor John
P. St. John of Kansas, died here todsy of
inflammation of the stcmaih. caused by
poison eateu In some canned fruit recently
at St. Louis.
J. W . Bryan of Kmlseky,
CINCINNATI. April 8 J. W. Bryan,
former lieutenant governor of Kentucky,
died at his home In Covington. He was for
years a leading attorney, as well as promi
nent In politics.
Henry Van llrant.
MILTON, Mass.. April 8-Henry Van
Brunt, well known as an arch tect and de
signer of the clecrlMty bul'd ng at the
Chicago world's fair, died tod-iy at hit ho Be
ttdar Itsptds Capitalist.
CEDAR RAPIDS. Ia., April 8 Captain
George W. Beaver, capitalist. Is desd at
Ocean Beach, Cal. He had live In Cedar
Rapids since 1852.
16 h aid Djdge Sts Omaha, Neb.