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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: FIttDAY, APRIL 17, 1903.
NEWS OF INTEREST FROM IOWA.
Cavl sells drug.
Stockert sella carp In.
Expert watch repslrlng. Leffert, By.
Celebrated Mt beer on tap. Neumayer.
For rent. modern house. 71 Sixth avenue.
Cabinet photos', fcc per dosen. B'wajr.
Clothenpln. 1c a doien at A. B. Howe'a,
Picture framing. C. E. Alexander & Co.,
833 Broadway. Tel. 3.
Real estate In all parts of the city for
aale. Thomaa K. Caiady. 23J Pearl street.
Bluffa compnny No. 27. uniform rank.
Knight of Pythias, will meet this evening
In Hughes' hall.
The regular meeting of tha Woman'a Re
lief corps will be held this afternoon In
Grand Army hall.
A civil service examination will be held
April at the fedrril imlldlng for post
ofnre clerks and carriers.
Before papering your room we want to
showynu our elegant 1H designs. C. B.
Paint, Oil and Olans company.
T. A. Barker, B. H. Conner. J. I. John
aon and Perry Alllhouee returned yeaterday
morning from Hamburg, la., where Wed
nesday night they participated In the exer
cises attendant on the dedication of the
new Pythian temple at that place.
The" sale of 323 acres In Scott's Bluff
county, Nebraska, by Receivers Bereshelm
and Murphy of the Officer ft Pueey bank t
Mrs Josephine Taylor for 2.um, was ap
proved by Judge Wheeler In district court
yesterday. The property had been ap
praised at t2.0oo.
The work of transferring the records and
other paTaphernalla of the superior court
from the county courthouse to the city hall
was completed yesterday. The records will
be stored In the vault on the second floor
nnd Ieputy Clerk Brown will use the coun
cil committee room as his ottlce. Court
wl'l be held In the city council chamber.
John Outlfoylo, aged 61 years, died yester
day morning at St. Bernard's hospital from
paralysis fler one week's Illness. He wai
Ingle and leaves on brother, Thomas
Gullfoyle of 16ZX Second avenue, this city,
and one sister, Mrs. Uuirdera of New York
City. The funeral will be held Saturday
morning at ft o'clock from St. Francis
Xavler s church and burial will be In St.
Mrs. A. E. Whlttaker died Wednesday
night at her home, 2H West Washington
avenue, Offi-d 70 years. She waa born in
England and came to the United States In
ISM- She had been a resident of Council
Bluffa since 1H55. A brother and four a s
ters survive her. The funeral will be held
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock from thi
residence and Interment will be In Walnut
Hill oemetery. Rev. O. E. Walk of St.
Paul's Episcopal church will conduct the
Dumbing and heating. Blxby & Son.
Matters la District Court.
The third trial of the personal Injury
damage suit of Henry Geesen against James
A. Saguin, the bridge contractor of this
city, which was begun in the district court
Wednesday, came to a sudden termination
yesterday whon Judge Wheeler, at the close
of the plaintiff's testimony, took It from
the Jury and directed a verdict for Saguln.
Geesen, while working on the construction
, of one of the Omaha viaducts, was injured
by falling pile. He brought suit for
f 10,000 and. In December, 1898, secuiei a
verdict for 11.100. This was set aside and
at the second trial In October, 1899,' Oeesen
obtained verdict for 1800. The case was
taken to. the supreme court, which set
side the verdict and ordered a new trial.
Following the Geesen-Saguln case the
trial of the ault of A. L. Thomas against
the motor Company waa begun. The plaintiff
asks for damages In the sum of $1,990,
alleging1 that he was assaulted by the mo-
i torman and conductor of a car on the
Council Bluffs and Omaha line, on which
ha waa a passenger. The defense Is that
Thomaa, while under the alleged Influence
of drink, boarded the car In Omaha and
became very sick. The motorman and con
ductor moved him to a rear seat and while
being removed Thomaa' struck his head
, against the side of the seat. The plaintiff,
on the other hand, claims that he was not
feeling well, and this accounted for htm
being sick on the car.
Thomas E. Caaady brought suit against
Jennie Frawley, Winifred Hausberry and
Mary Downes, belrs of the estate of Mrs.
Margaret Fox, for $1,600 (or legal aervices
laid to have been rendered in connection
, with the litigation over the administration
of the estate.
The Stat and Anchor Fire Insurance
companies of Des Moines have filed notice
j of appeal to the supreme court In the sulta
brought by Petrua Peterson, and in which
Peterson seoured judgment for the amount
of hit policies on the store and stock of
general merchandise In Weston, destroyed
This special venire was drawn yesterday
for the present term of district court at
Avoca:" Samuel Barnett, Macedonia;. Au
gust Johnson, O. Q. Miller, Grove; A. D.
Putnam, F. M. Bonk, Center; John A. Au
derson, Chris A. Rossman, Herman Morlta,
Peter Slmonsen, Lay ton; E. E. Alexander,
D. S. Pleak, Belknap; N. Ingram, Lincoln;
V. DeWItt, Wright; 8. D. Fletcher, Wil
liam Clark, jr., Albert Peterson, W. Arm
strong, Valley; J. N. Prttchard, G. L. True,
Ed Riley, Charles Chamberlain, Caleb
Smith, Henry Fleiher, J. O. CushlLg, Knox.
PINCH CHAM FOR MURDER
Forney'i CompioJon in Card Gams Arretted
on Charge of Killing Him.
SURPRISED WHEN WARRANT IS SERVED
Police Decline o State What Evl
4 race. If Any, They Have to
Cvaaeei Hlra nils tfce
The police made an unlooked tor move
last night In the Bert Forney murder case
by arresting James Chaney, the hackdrlver,
who claimed to have been alone with Forney
In his saloon playing cards at the time the
latter was shot and killed, as he claimed,
by two masked highwaymen. Nothing could
be learned at police headquarters last night
at to what evidence there waa against
Chaney, but the charge of murder wai
placed against his name on the Jail reg
ister. He waa taken Into custody at 9.30
o'clock by Detective Murphy and Constable
Albertl. It la known that Chief of Police
Tlbbltt had a long conference yeaterday
morning with Assistant County Attotsey
Hess and It Is supposed that the arrest of
Chaney was then decided upon. At the po
lice station It was stated that no informa
tion as yet had been filed against Chaney.
The day following the murder of Forney
Chaney was taken Into custody and detained
at a atate witness. After the arrest of W.
C. Rogers he was released on a cash bond
of $150, the money for the bond being furn
ished by Mrs. Davidson, who conducts a re
sort on West Broadway on the opposite
side from the saloon In which Forney was
killed. Chaney Is said to be the husband
of the Davidson woman.
Chatty Much Surprised.
Chaney, when placed under arrest last
night, wai evidently much surprised, and It
Is said that he almost coltapied when the
officers said they wanted him. As soon at
be could recover his speech he exclaimed:
"Why, I never had any hard feelings
against Bert Forney and all his people
know that. What would I have wanted to
shoot him for?"
At the city jail Chaney was locked np In
on of the upstairs rooms by himself.
Chaney, who claimed to have been alone
with Forney when the latter wat shot and
killed, stated on the night of the murder
that after the highwaymen left the aaloon
by the back door he picked himself up from
under the table where ha had fallen at
the first shot and ran out of the front door.
Chaney, when confronted with Rogers, said
that he believed Rogers was the toller of
the two highwaymen. This was his state
ment at the city jail when shown Rogers,
and also his evidence before the coroner's
jury. At the time of the lnqueat it was
believed by some that Chaney knew more
about the murder than he waa then willing
to tell. While he wat confined at the city
jail where he wat being held ostensibly as
a state witness It was believed that he was
more than ence on the point of breaking
down and telling what he knew. At least
this was the opinion of Chief Tibbltt and
he was opposed to Chaney being released
on such amall bond as $150, but Assistant
County Attorney Hen waa of a different
opinion and ordered hit release.
Keep Evidence cale-t.
It It not known what evidence the police
have against Chaney, but It haa been fre
quently reported since the murder of Forney
that Chaney waa seen driving about the
city the day prior to the shooting In a
buggy In company with Rogert. On the
afternoon of the Cay Forney wat killed
Cbahey la laid to have been teen driving
with a well known local character who has
served two terma In the penitentiary.
When Chaney ran from the saloon after
Forney had been shot It Is laid that be
failed to call for assistance or give the
alarm, but ran straight across the street
Into the Red Light saloon, through' which
he passed Into the alley and from there
gained access to the Davidson resort by a
back stairway. He ataid quiet a little time
In the Davidson place, It la said, before go
ing back to the aaloon after the arrival of
Friends of the dead aaloon keeper aay
that Forney had a much larger turn of
money on hta person the day he waa killed
than was found on him when the body was
taken to the morgue and aearcbed by Cor
oner Treynor. A roll of $185 la bills was
found In an outer vettpocket, but Forney's
friends Insist that he always carried a big
turn either In the hlppocket or the Inner
pocket of hit vest. It is tald that either
on the day of the murder or the day before
he drew $450 from the bank.
the articles of Incorporation of the new
company being filed yesterday. The Incor
porators are Jacob Hansen, M. P. Schmidt,
Frank Peterson, Peter Peterson, George L.
Bmllh, H. JT. Knudsen, M. C. Chrlatensen,
John Olson, John Beck and William Larsen.
The capital stock Is placed at $5,000 and
the officers are: President, Jacob Hansen;
vice president. Dr. M. C. Chrlstensen; sec
retary, William Larsen; treasurer, H. F.
Knudsen. William Larsen will continue as
N. T. Plumbing Co., Tel. 250. Night, F667.
KIMBALL HEADS LAUNDRYMEN
Omaha Mis la Elected President at
Middle West Associa
tion. DES MOINES, April The Middle
West Laundrymen't association adjourned
tonight after electing the following offi
cers: President, F. J. Kimball, Omaha; first
vice president, H. H. Bhtbley, Sioux Falls,
S. D.; secretary-treasurer, H. O. Benbrock,
Doctors Want a Laboratory.
SIOUX CITY. Ia., April 16. (Special Tel
egram.) A campaign for the appropriation
of $10,000 for a bacteriological laboratory
waa started here today by the Iowa State
Medical society. -A resolution was Intro
duced to the effect that a lobby ahould be
established at Des Moines for that purpose
at the next term of the legislature. Along
this line paperi were read this eve'nlng
by Dr. F. W. Powers of Waterloo; "The
Laboratory In Public Health Work," by Dr.
F. F. Westbrook of the Minnesota State
Board of Health, and by Dr. Walter L.
Blerrlng of Iowa City. The sense of the
meeting was that If Vermont can pay
$10,000 a year for the support of such an
Institution, Iowa certainly can, and a cam
paign to Influence legislators will be com
menced at once.
The doctors were given a banquet last
night by the Sioux City Medical associa
tion. Two hundred doctors are In attend
ance. The meeting closet tomorrow.
Many Teachera Attend,
8IOUX CITT, la., Ajirll (Special Tel
egram.) The Northwest Iowa Teachers'
convention met here today. Several
hundred teachers are In attendance this
evening and it It expected over 1,000 will
he here tomorrow. Many distinguished
educators, anion them helna State Suner- I
Intendent R. C. Barrett of Des Moines and
Rabbi Emll G. Hlrsch of Chicago, are pres.
ent. Miss Agvs Robertson of Cherokee
county, president of the association, was
one of the early arrivals. The opening
session of the convention, which Is to last
three days, was held at the high school this
evening. The county superintendents hold
a meeting this morning with State Super
intendent Barrett, at which the compulsory
education law was discussed.
Commercial Association Formed.
DES MOINES, April 16. The Commer
cial Association of Iowa was formed at a
meeting today, at which twenty-two Iowa
cities and towns were represented. D. B.
Lyons of Des Moines was elected president.
Ball Depends on Motor Company.
Whether Council Bluffs will have a pro
fessional base ball team this season will
depend to a great extent upon the action
of the officers of the Omaha ft Council
Bluffa Street Railway company today. Some
decision on the part of the officers of the
company la looked for today. Chairman
Van Brunt of the executive committee of
the Commercial club said yesterday evening
that he hoped to be able to make some
definite statement today. He said ha had
consulted with the motor company officials
and he waa of the opinion that the grounds
at Lake Msnawa might be aecured tor the
professional team, as he had been given to
underatand that, all reports to the con
trary, the base ball privileges at the laka
had not yet been leased for the season.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Iowa to Have Two Fair Days, .bat
Showers are Promised West. .
WASHINGTON, April 16. Forecaat:
For Nebraska Fair Friday, warmer In
southwest portion; Saturday showers in the
west, fair In the east portion.
For Iowa Fair Friday and Saturday.
For South Dakota Showera Friday, colder
In west portion; Saturday probably ahowers.
Far Kansas Fair Friday; Increasing
cloudiness Saturday; probably showers In
For Missouri Fair Friday, warmer In
southwest portion; Saturday fair.
For Colorado and Wyoming Fair Friday;
Saturday showers and cooler.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, April 16. Official record of tern
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last thre
1903. 1902. 1901 11)00.
63 69 53 6)
43 44 33 62
53 52 43 II
.0) .14 .40 .79
National Roofing Co.. 126 Main Street.
Bldt will he received Ao May 1st for the
privilege of pavilion ana concession. Fair
mount psrk. FRANK PETERSON,
Secretary Park Board.
Marriage Licenses. .
Licenses to wed were issued yesterday
to the following:
Name and Residence. Age.
Axel L. Peterron. Red Oak. Ia II
Esther Olson. Red Oak, Ia 23
Anton Vend, Omaha , 11
Mary Knlcke, Omaha 19
Ileal Katate Traaafers.
These transfers were filed yesterday In
the abstract, title and loan office of J. W.
Squire, 101 Pearl street:
Charles Rodger to Viola Rodgera,
swV 1 9-77-42, w. d $
J. W. Squire and wife to Krnxst A.
Mason, lut 7, block 21, Omaha add,
a. w. d... 101
Waller R. Vaughao and wife to Karl
and Anna Ilerr, lot 11. block 6.
Stutaman'a 1st add. w. d 1,10)
Fred liolat and wife to H. C. Dect-
ken. lot I. block J. and lots 10, 11. U
and 33. block 1. Treynor. w. d 400
Leonard Sluckert to Henry Bharp,
that Dart nwW kW SJ-7-ti lvlna it
of railroad, w. d
Total five transfers
it Fa art sV luaa'i luffs.
Hasen Ineligible lor Cadet.
Roy Hsien of Avoca, the ranking candi
date at the recent examination In Red Oak
for the appointment of cadet at the Naval
academy at Annapolis from the Ninth eon
gresslonal district, hat been disqualified for
the reaaon that he It over age. The rank
ing alternate, Bhlrley Allen of Atlantic, hat
been notified by Congressman Smith that
he will havb the nomination la the event
of his passing the required physical exam
ination. The other alternates are Benjamin
Barnes of Tabor and Robert A. Dunn of
The examination for the eadetshlp nomi
nation was open only to young men who
bad not yet reached their 801 h birthday.
In filling out his examination papers Mr.
Hasen omitted the date of hit birth. Know
ing that Mr. Hasen had taken the exami
nation a year previously and had been
named as ranking alternate for a similar
eadetshlp, Congressman Smith looked np
the records, with the result that he called
upon Mr. Haxefl to furnish proof of his
birth to that the proper returnt could ba
certified to the department la Washington.
No entry could be found In the county
records of Mr. Hasen't birth, but thers
wat found a record of the death of Ray
Hasen, said to be a twin brother, en March
6, 1883, giving the cbtld'a age at 1 year $
months and 8 daya. .-This would place Mr.
Haxen's age at over II years, and conse
quently make him Ineligible to receive the
nomination for the naval oadatshlp.
George S. Johnson of Atlantic wat last
evening appointed third alternate by Con
Rev. RIara-s Reslams Pastorate.
The First Baptist church finds Itself again
without a pastor.. Rev. Mllford Rlggs. who
was called to the. pastorate here in July
Of last year, hat resigned to accept tba
pastorate of the First Baptist church of
Lexington, Mo., and the cbalr of Biblical
Instruction In the Female Baptist college
In the same alace. . Hit resignation, which
came aa a complete surprise to the ma
Jorlty of h!s congregation, takes effect May
I. Ha cam to Council Bluffa from the paa
torate of the First Baptlat church of J op
lin. Mo. The church hoard haa aa yet bo
ucceasor la view. .
Pahllahlagr riraa Reorganise.
The eompaay publishing the Dan.k Folk
etldende la this city haa been reorganised.
Min mum teniperture
Record or temoerature ana precipitation
at Omaha for this day and since Marsh 1,
Normal temperature 51
Exceus for the day 2
Total excess since March 1 , 20)
Normal precipitation v 11 Inch
Deficiency for th day 11 Inch
Precipitation since March 1 71 Inch
Ueflclency since March 1 l.ffllnchet
Deficiency for cor. period. 1902. .. .1.84 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, 1901 07 Inch
Heport front Station at T P. M.
CONDITION OF THE
North Platte, partly cloudy.
Salt Lake City, cloudy
Rapid City, cloudy
rluron, partly ciouay
St. Louis, clear
St. PauL clear
Kansas city, clear
Havre, cloudy i...
Galveston, partly cloudy ...
T Indicate precipitation.
L. A. WELUH.
Local Forecaat Official
It Is Near at Hand to Hundreds of
Don't neglect an aching back.
Backache la the kidneys' cry for help.
Neglect hurrying to their aid
Meant that Urinary troubles follow
Dire disaster, Dlabetea, Brlghts disease
Profit by a eltlxen'e experience.
Mr. F. B. Klngsbery of 1823 Dorcas
street, carpenter by trade, aaya: "Doan'a
Kidney Pills are a good medicine sad I can
recommend them. I had an attack of kid
ney trouble for two month and for two
week before I get Doaa'i Kidney pill I
could not work on account of my back. I
commenced using the remedy aad soon
noticed It 'beneficial affect. The pain In
my tack left m and tha Irregularity with
the kidney aeration waa corrected. I con
sider Ioan's Kidney Pills the best kidney
and urinary medlcln I aver used."
For sal by all dealera. Prloe (0 cents
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, N. Y., sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doaa't and take no
DEVISE GOOD ROADS PLANS
Iowa Association IsioWei ia Payor ef
National, Stat and County Aid.
CHILD KILLED BY , POISONED CANDY
Bolt Started to Determine Who Shall
I'ay the Debta of the Red Croat
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, April 16. (Special.) The
Iowa Good Roada association adjourned at
noon today. It waa regarded as in every
way satisfactory and that good results will
probably follow. The convention resolved
In favor of national, ttate and county aid
for hlghwayt, and provided for annual
meeting! to be held In Dei Moines each
year hereafter. The following were the
Resolved, That we declare in favor of
lh organisation of a permanent good roads
association along the llnee suggested in
the preliminary report submitted by this
That we declare In favor of national aid
for the building of permanent hlghwaye
within the respective states of the union,
conditioned, first, upon the Just and rea
aonable distribution of such aid among the
respective states; second, conditioned upon
the contribution of substantial financial
aid to such work by the states, counties
and locslitles which such roade traverse,
and third, upon the preservation to the
localities dlrectlv Interested In such road
of the right of selecting the roads to be so
Improved; fourth, upon tne conauci or me
1 1 1 i. virlr innl.l.nt.1 (h.Mtn VlV t h lfl-
calltles or political subdivisions interested
therein, with, the co-operation, In an ad
visory way, of national and state authori
ties; fifth, we hereby request our aenatore
and representatives In congress to aid In
the enactment of nuch national legislation
and request the thirtieth general assembly
to enact suitable lealslation for the pur
pose of securing the co-operation of the
state of Iowa, the several countlee and
townshlpa in the carrying out of the spirit
of these resolutions.
That we recommend such amendment to
section 1530 of the code of Iowa as will
concentrate the responsibility for the ex
penditure of the county road fund upon the
several boards of supervisors, and to that
end to empower the said boards to desig
nate the leading county roadn extending
from the cities, railroads and trading cen
ters In the country districts, and to restrict
the expenditure of the county road fund tax
upon the improvement or sucn roaaa so se
lected from time to time.
That we commend the enactment by the
twenty-eighth general aeeembly of chapter
1111 of tne acts tnereor. ana aeprecate an
agitation ror Its repeal.
The officers were elected as follows:
President, Merrltt Green of Marshalltown;
secretary, D. B. Lyon, DeiMolnei; treas
urer. Homer A. Miller, Des Moines; vice
presidents, J. S. McKerney, Jefferron county;
L. J. Moieon, Scott; Eugene Lande, Du
buque; William Larrabee, Jr., Fayette; C.
A. Huston, Linn.; J. W. Johnson, Monroe; C.
F. Curtlss, Story; W. W. Morrow, Union;
M. McDonald, Out Uric; Henry Haag,
Greene; Henry Harlow, Monona county.
Solclde'a Antecedent I'nknown.
But very little was learned today by the
officers In regard to the past of Arthur
Perry, the young man who committed sui
cide after attempting to murder Mr. Bruce.
It was learned that a few years ago he
lived In Moravia, 'la., but hit parents have
not been located. ' Mrs. llnice la at the
hospital and the physicians fear lockjaw,
but otherwise the fill recover. But little
sympathy Is expressed for her at by her
own confession she hsd been leading a dis
solute life. Her lover. Jack Karns, was
both a printer and a baker, and hat worked
In Omaha, Sioux City, Dee Moinea and
Burlington In recent yeara. He claims that
Perry had no reaaon to think that the girl
intended to marry Perry, and that he would
have married her. He directed that she be
cared for and he woi'ld stand the expense.
Killed by Poison Candy.
The eating of poisoned candy It supposed
to be the Cause of the death of Earl Evana,
an 8-elght-year-old boy, thlt morning. He
and hi frlenda aecured some cheap candy
at a grocery store last evening and ate
freely of the same. He wat soon after
taken ill and grew worse during the night.
bafflliTg all attempts of the doctors to re
lieve him. He died this morning. Two
others of the family who partook of the
candy-were 111, but will recover. The candy
will be analysed and an Investigation be
made of the cause .of the death.
More Red Croa Litigation. ,
A suit hat been commenced In Bremer
county tni haa been assigned for bearing
Juno 22, to decide on who (ball pay the
dobtt of the Red Cross society, now de
funct. The Red Cross wat organised sev
eral years ago and at the head of it wat
A. M. Potter, who committed eulclde In
Det Moinea last winter. Shortly before
this the business of the society wat gold
to the Bankers Union of the World v of
Omaha. A suit was commenced to prevent
the consummation of this sale and then a
contract waa entered Into by which the
Bankers Union waa to pay $25,000 to the
Red Cross creditors. It was subsequent to
this that tho courts Interfered and pre
vented the aale, and at a part of the case
It was Insisted by the Bankers Union that
It should be relieved from the payment of
the sum specified. The courts have been
appealed to by creditors of the Red Cross,
who Insist that the company should pay
the $15,000 despite the fact that the sale
waa never completed.
Convention of Knights of Colambn.
The aecond annual convention of the
Knights of Columbus for Iowa, has Just
been called by J. M. McFadden, state
depuly. The state society waa org aa I zed a
year ago and now ha prosperous branches
In all the leading cities of tha state. The
state convention will be held thlt year In
uavenport May t.
Rhlloh Monument Dedication.
The member of the Iowa commission on
Bhlloh monuments held a meeting here to
day and practically completed tb detail
of arrangement for the Journey of Iowa
old soldiers to the Sbllob battlefield May
SO, when th Iowa monument now under
course of construction will be completed.
The route by way of Paducah was decided
on, but the arrangements tor the transpor
tation by boat up the liver have not been
completed. Governor Cummins Is to de
liver the address for the state and General
Weaver for the old soldiers.
Bneklen Arnlea Salvo.
The best In the world for Cuts, Corns.
Bolls, Bruises, Burnt, Scalds, Sores, Ulcers,
Salt Rheum. Cure piles or no pay. 25c.
For sale by Kuhn V Co.
Federal Grand Jory Bay,
SIOUX FALLS, 8. D., April 11 (8peclal
Telegram.) Th United State grand Jury,
which convened her on the 7th Inst., to
day concluded It labor and waa discharged
by Judge Carland.- During th time It was
In session It Investigated sevsnty-seven
cases, examined 200 witnesses, returned an
aggrsgst of sixty-eight indictments and
nln "no bill." Prior to being discharged
th Jury returned an indictment against K.
E. Sellan, a stockman living la th Sioux
land west of tb Missouri river, for driving
to the Rosebud Indian reservation a herd
of 130 cattle which war grassed on the
reservation contrary to th fsderal statutes
reserving the land for th Indians. This Is
th first cat of th kind so far aa known
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biscuit are those which are baked in absolute
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Way up In th farthest comer of our broad country la th Stst of Washington, Is Mtdkal Lak,
a true fountala of beallog. Ills f4 by subterrsneaa springs sloa. Lork or roii surrMttbatttMM
waters abstract their virtues from nature from the purity of th atmosphere, of that high altitude; frotn
the baltamlc pine-lands surrounding th " healing pool." For cennirle th Indians railed ceo Its heal
Ing qualities. The whits men, now It owners, recognli that nstur Is wiser than th accustolatsd
wisdom of sll the sees, s gathered from the research, experiment snd deductions of lrnad sag.
So by s process of evaporation, the salts which are deposited In the waters are abstracted without being
robbed qf a single property.
Combined with the purest of bases, MEDICAL LAKE SOAP Is an antisep
tic toilet article, which when used in conjunction with the SALTS and TABLETS
for Eruptive Skin Diseases, Eczema and all Skin Blemishes and
Imperfections caused by Impure blood, achieves a thorough ehd per
manent cure of these disorders. The logic of the cure is not only simple
bnt to full of common tense that all will appreciate that nature,
when obeyed, brings its own reward. Aside from its remedial
properties, this Soap it so elegant and dainty that its addition to
the toilet table is a charm. Testimonials of unu ual quality
and in great numbers attest the extraordinary uieritt of the
MEDICAL LAKE' SPECIFICS.
At dry goods stores and druggists.
Salts, 25c, 30c. and $1.00 a box
Soap, 25c. a cake ; Tablets, 25c. a bottle.
' Not patent medicines -
Medical Lake Salts Mfg. Co., Sole Mf rs.
NEW YORK AND SPOKANE, WASH.
For Salt by SHERMAN & McCONNELL DRUQ CO., Cor. IGth and lodge Sis., Omaha, Nab.
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The Only Range with Hinged Top
The handy way to broil, toast or fix the fire.
MOORE'S STE.E.L RANGE has Oven Thermometer
Automatic Controlling Damper, and every facility for
cooKlng with ease and certainty. AsK to see it.
FOR SALE BY LEADING STOVE DEALERS.
to com before the United States court In
8outh Dakota. Fred Charging Eagle, an
Indian horse thief, whose home is on the
Rosebud reservation, waa sentenced by
Judge Carland to a term of one year in the
Lawrence county Jail at Deadwood.
Baakera Loeie Convention.
' MITCHELL. S. D., April (Special
Telegram.) The executive committee of the
8outh Dakota Bankers' association met
her today and located the coming conven
tion for this city. The date was not se
lected at this time, It being deferred until
Oovernor Cummins of Iowa can arrange to
come, be having assured the committee
that he can be present at the meeting and
deliver an address the latter part of June.
Chaplain for C'orbln' Staff.
PIERRE, 8. D., April 16. (Special Tele
gram.) Governor Herrcld today appointed
Chaplain M. T. Motgomery of Aberdeen as
a repreaentatlve of the Second regiment as
aide on the staff of General C'orbln at the
dedication of the St. Louis exposition,
April 10. t
To Maintain tirder In Finland.
HEI.8INGFOR3. Finland. April 16 A de
cree haa oeen published her prescribing
measures for the maintenance of order In
Finland. Under this decree the governor
general la empowered when he dem It
necessary to close hotels, ahnps and fac
tortea. to prohibit private meetings, clni
aolve private associations and exirl from
r'lnland all people vho are considered un
dvalrable. Expulsions, however, except in
ca-ws which do not permit of d-ly, must
receive imperial sanction. Persons ex
pelled mv bf ordered to re!de In certain
place within the empire. The dwe-re be
come operative In three years.
laxative promo Quinine
Cur a Cold In One Day, Crtpui 2 Day!
yjrml Vox. 23g
is always the highest and never
varies, it is always pure ana is me
favorite brand among good judges.
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bold in best places. iTr
JOHN CUND. BREWING COMPANY, f H
Omaha Itranch, 207 South 13th Street,
Telephones 2344 and A2945.
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F 25 cents aBottIep
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ALL DRUGGISTS ty
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