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THE OMAHA DAILY HKEt ESDAY. MAY 0, 1003.
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Physicians report an al Arming increase
In fiital cases of Pneumonia. That dread
dwaoo ia hard to liirht. It victims Ko
dorn with a cold that " Misrht cold " o
often neplerted. IV not neglect even the
rnost trivial indication. Take alarm at
the first nerr.e. Do not let the cold eet
ahol.lupomyou. Trnt itatonre ! Mun
yon'a Cold Cure will break up any cold
in twenty-four houra, and thiw prevent
Grippe or Pneumonia. It clears head,
nose, throat and lunp almost instantly.
Do not be without it. Carry it in your
There never was a soap like Munyon's
Wilrh-Har.el Soap. It itt the best toilet
aoap made, while it is a wonderful cura
tive for most akin diseases, targe size
cakes. 15 centfl ; trial aire, 6 cents, at all
If ro'i owl mKllml advtre write to my dortora
Thry lll makr a thorough examination anil (Wa.
Sou Itit'lr bonealnpttilon absolutely frae Afunyon
Munyon, PHI LA.. Pa.
by Simon New
comb .the great
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Paciing Houne Employe, to Present a New
Schedule of Wpgea.
EMPLOYERS GIVEN TWO WEEKS TO REPLY
Schedule la ow In Hands of the
Printers and Those Whn Knorr
Its Contents ot Talking
on Subject. ,
At noon today a new schedule of wages
for packing house employes. Including
coopers, will be presented to the packers.
The schedule su being printed st a local
establishment Inst night, but It was Im
possible to ascertain the demands to be
A report wss current last night that Mr.
Donnelly, president of the Amalgamated
Meat Butchers' association, had gone to
Kansas City, leaving Stephen Vail In charge
here. Mr. Vail will present the demands
of the union to the packers at noon today.
One feature of the demand Is tha time
given the packers to make, an answer. It
Is understood that two weeks will be given
the packers to make up their minds. In
the meantime all of the employes will be
kept at work, at least that Is what Presi
dent Donnelly Intimated to a' Bee reporter
on Sunday last. Mr. E. A. Cudahy said
last night to a reporter for The Dee that
he had heard that a printed schedule was
to be presented to the packers today. "As
to what action will be taken by the packers
I cannot say, as tha schedule will have to
be presented before the packers will ba In
any position to talk for publication."
Police O nicer a Discharged.
Last night the Fire and Follce Board met
at the council chamber and transacted con
siderable business. Two appointments on
tha police force were 'made and alx dis
missals followed the appointments. J. H.
Fowler, a veteran Of the civil war and
formerly commandant of the Soldiers' Home
at Milford, was appointed Jailor, and P. H.
Shields, at present employed at Swift's.
was appointed a patrolman. Those dis
charged were Officers Zalinskl. Rlneham
Kosluska, Emrick, Daly and Alsteadt.
fiuies for the government of the board
and for tha regulating of appllcationa for
positions on the police department were
adopted. One of the rulea lor police de
partment applicationa Is that no person
under 25 or over 5 yeara of aee will he
No action tending to removals or ap
pointments on the Are department was
The council chamber was crowded with
those interested In tha proceedings', but
notwithstanding the crowd, the business
of the board waa transacted rapidly.
Before adjournment Chairman Vansant
named the following committees:
Finance Nolan, Vansant.'
Property Masson," Nolan.
Discipline Nixon. Nolan.
Law and Order Bergquist, Nixon.
Another meeting of the oard will ba
held next Tuesday night.
. Modern Woodmen Welcome.
Today tha state convention of Modern
Woodmen of America will be held at An
cient Order of United Workmen hall. Twenty-fourth
and M atreeta. The first session
will be held at 10 a. m. There will be an
afternoon and evening session. It is ex
pected that 118 delegates will be present.
Tuesday afternoon member of tha order
here were busy decorating tha hall,, While
tha building la incomplete the hall will pre
sent a very pretty appearance and will be
ready to receive tha delagatea at the ap
pointed time today.
Will Bring- gnlt.
At the Monday night meeting of tha
Board of Education the. three nurserymen
who planted about J00 treea about school
property were ordered to remove the treea
aa the present board asserted that the bill
would not be paid. Freldland and Butler,
two of the nurserymen stated yesterday
that as the work had been ordered done
and the trees planted according to Instruc
tions suit to recover tha amount of the
bills would ba brought. Attorneys say that
aa the order was given In good faith by the
old board and the work performed the dis
trict can be- made to settle the claim, which
amounta to $450.
Sirs. O'Hern Dead.
tMrs. Michael O'Hern, for eighteen years
a resident of South Omaha, died at Platta
mouth on Thursday last. Mrs, O'Hern had
been alck for a long .time and in March
Mr. and Mrs. O'Hern moved out on a farm
near Plattamouth in hopes that the change
might be beneficial. Funeral services were
neia ai oi. rairica s cnurcn ana tha inter
ment was at Calvary cemetery. Mr. O'Hern
waa in the city last night. . Hs said that ha
had sold his farm and would return to
Heavy- Receipts Taeaday,
Over 600 cara of live stock arrived at the
Union Stock yards. South Omaha on "Tues
day. Before 10 o'clock in the forenoon. Su
perintendent Corwin of the Stock Yards
Lake Forest m
iKorraurly Lkm For ActuUmjr.)
Thorough inert met loo In all branch, fltting tor col
) or unlvralty. Equipment complttt. Phyitral
training: aiupla play ground, altuatloa hoalthful and
datigntful. Tha hvua ayatcm undor which tha boys
llva and tha larga n urn bar of Maatrs aaaura individ
ual attention. Oat log ua on application. Addraai
Joavph Curt la filuane, Had Muter, box M, Laka
Rsllroad company had the tracks cleared
and all of the live atock yarded. In this
work he used only seven engines, slthough
he had nine at his disposal. Commission
men at the exchange were loud In their com
pliments for the management of the yards
on a big rush like that of yesterday. The
receipts were 7.0no csttle, 13,736 hogs, 4.300
sheep and 60 horses. Employes at the
yards were kept on the Jump all day hand
ling the stuff but the work wss performed
promptly and to the entire satisfaction of
Branch No. 62 of the National Letter
Carriers' association met Monday night and
selected delegates to the national atate
conventions. M. J. Orsdy was chosen dele
gate to the national convention which
meets in Syracuse, N. Y.. In September,
W. J. Mangan was selected alternate. For
the state convention to be held at Nebraska
City on May 30, these delegates were cho
sen: Charles R. Hedllcka, Frank O. Spear
and John Flynn. The local association con
sists of sixteen carriers.
Uncle City Gossip.
The city council Is billed for ft meeting to
night. A. C Psncoaet hes been chosen attorney
for the South Omaha Board of Education.
Mrs. James A. Hall and Mrs. C. L.. Tal
bot went to Lincoln yesterday to at'.end ths
Knstern Star convention.
There was a big auction sale of horses at
the stock yards yesterday. Good price
were paid for most of the stock offered.
The advisory board of the Young people's
Christian union will meet at the onVe of
Hnrare T. Krsss Twenty-fourth and Li
streets, on Thursday evening.
F. H. Cromliie of Atlantic. la., was in the
city yestetdav the guest of Dr. C. M. Hchtn
del. Mr. C'romble Is on his way to S okane,
Vah., where he proposes engaging in thi
Fnneral of tlrlrh Hnber.
FALLS CITY, Neb., May B. (Special
Telegram.) Funeral services of the late
Ulrlch Huber were held from the Catholic
church, conducted by Rev. H. Bex. The
funeral was one of the largest ever held
here. The German society, of which the
deceased was a member, attended In a body.
as also did the mayor and city council.
The remalna were laid away in the Catho
lic cemetery, Just east of town.
Mrs. Daniel Riddle.
DENISON, la-. May 5. (Special.) On
Sunday afternoon at 6 o'clock, occurred the
death of Mra. Daniel Riddle, at her home,
four miles southwest of this city. .
Deceased was born In Ohio in 1832 and
came to Iowa in 1854. She waa twice mar
ried, four children surviving her. Tha
funeral services will be held at the home
Mra. tsars Bjrnea.
ALBION, Neb., May 5. (Special.) Mrs.
Laura Byrnes, wife of Dr. Carl Byrnea, died
yesterday morning at 3 o'clock,' after an
illness of several weeks. She waa a daugh
ter of Joseph Cline, one of the oldest rest-
dents of Albion, and had resided here most
of ter life.
W. L. Lyon.
GRANT, Neb., May 6. (Special Tele
gram.) W. L. Lyon, county treasurer of
Perkins county, died at hla home in Grant
this afternoon. He was 111 but three days
Cause of death meningitis. .
Ton Risk Yonr Life '
If you neglect piles. They will cause fatal
diseases, but Bucklen'a Arnica Salve posi
tively cures or no pay. S5c. For sale by
TABLE AND KITCHEN
Flnan Haddie a la Delmonlco.
Potato and Onion, Sauted,
Sally Lunn. Coffee.
Sliced Veal Roll. Rice Balls.
Strawberry Shortcake. Tea.
Cream of Potato Soup.
Veal Kidney Pie. Stewed Tomatoes.
Caramel Pudding. . Coffee.
Pia Plant Sauce In cooking the young
tender leaf stalks do not strp off Jhe skin
aa thla gives flavor to the sauce. If you
wish to remove1 soma ot the tartness pour
boiling water over it and let it stand for
five minutes. Cook in a double boiler unttl
tender and sweeten to taste. Just before
removing from the fire add a few chips ot
tha yellow rind of lemon and a tablespoon
ful of butter.
Stewed Rhubarb Wash the leaf atalks
well in cold water; do not skin them if
young and tender, otherwise peel oft the
outer akin. Cut into amall pieces and put
Into a porcelain-lined . or earthen dish.
Cover with half the weight ot tha rhubarb
In granulated sugar and place where it will
cook alowly until tender. Do not atlr.
When the Juice beglna to come out, cover
the dish and let ateam. No water will be
required when cooked in this manner. .
Rhubarb Dumplings Cut into small
places one and one-half pounds of rhu
barb, acald for five minutes in boiling
water, drain, add a heaping cup of augar
and half a cup ot hot water and cook seven
minutes. Make a light, rich biscuit crust
with flour, butter, salt and baking powder
and water to make a dough that will roll
out easily. Cut into four-inch squares;
put two tableipoonfula of tha rhubaro in
each one, pinch the edgea together; brush
with milk and sprinkle with sugar. Bake
in a hot oven and aerve with a sweet saucs.
Rhubarb or Pie Plant Cobbler Select
rhubarb that is perfectly fresh, tender and
crisp. Cut into small pieces and chop fine.
Make a dough with two cups of sifted flour,
two teaspoonsfuls of baking powder, half a
teispoonful of salt, two large table
spoonfuls of butter, an egg beaten light and
from three-fourths to a cupful of milk.
Line the side of a baking dish with this
crust; fill the dish with one quart of the
chopped rhubarb, sweeten with three cups
of sugar, cover tha dish with the remainder
of the crust and bake for half an hour.
Rhubarb Tapioca After soaking two
thirds of a cup of tapioca over night put it
in a double-boiler with a cup of water and
cook until clear, adding a little more water
if required. Then add a cupful of rhubarb
sliced very thin, a pinch of aalt, a small
piece of ginger root and two-thirds of a cup
of augar. Tun. Into a buttered baking dish
and bake an hour in moderate oven. Serve
hot or eold.
Rhubarb Charlotte Butter a baking dlth
well and cover the bottom with bread
crumbs to the depth of q inch; then add
layer of rhubarb that has been chopped Una
or sliced very thin. Cover well with sugar,
then add another layer of tread crumbs;
dot this layer with blta of butter; add an
other layer of rhubarb, sugar and crumbs
and so continue until dish Is full: have the
top layer of crumbs covered with blta of
butter. Bake slowly covered at flrt for
Will Do All Thla (or Yon.
Dr. King's New Lite Pills puts vim. vigor
and new Ufa Into every narve, muscle and
organ of tha body. Try them. 25c. For
aala by Kuhn 4 Co.
Arkansas I-eavee tt. Konla.
ST. LOl'IBv May l.-The t'nlted States
monitor Arkansas steamed out of St. Louis
harbor today on Its way to the gulf.
A marrlae license has bean Issued to:
Nrme and Peeldence. Ag
Albert 8 Rttchle. Omaha
jfajLaie Ptdmore. Omha, 20
MILITIA ELECTS SEBRASKAN
Interstate National Guard Association
Maku General Barry Vies President
MANY LAW CHANGES ARC ASKED FOR
Members Woald Protect Military lal.
forma and National Flaar While
Creaalaa- Efllcleaey of Cltlsen
Soldiery to Coantry.
COLUMBUS. O., May 6. The Interatate
National Guard association finished Itt
work late this afternoon and adjourned.
The following officers were elected:
President, General Charles Dick, Ohio; vice
presidents, General P. H. Barry. Nebrasks;
General M. H. Byers. Iowa; General R. T.
Wlchershsra, Dolaware; General B. S. Roy
ster, North Carolina; General John D.
Frost, South Carolina; General S. J. Conk
Iln, South Dakota; General Thomas J.
Stewsrt. Pennsylvania; General Nelson H.
Henry, New York; General C. N. Oantbeln,
Oregon; General C. J. Foster, Florida; Gen
eral C. R. Boardman, Wisconsin, and Gen
eral William Henry. Mississippi; secretary
treasurer, Colonel E. B. Bleyer, New York;
assistant aecretsry. Lieutenant Colonel J.
Dlmmlck, Washington, D. C. The execu
tive committee will be appointed later.
Resolutions were adopted as follows:
Resolved, That the following subjects of
legtnlatlon are approved and the executive
committee Is directed to prepare and sub
mit to congress suitable bills covering the
1. To prohibit the wearing of the uniform
of the army and navy by persons not In the
military or naval service of the United
States or state.
2. To protect the flng from use for ad
S. To extend to the officers of the or
ganized militia of the United States the
use of penalty envelopes for all official
business connected with the military serv
Wish Corps Mae Fixed.
Resolved. That this convention request
that the president fix the minimum for thi
present at not exceeding forty-rtve enlisted
men and three officers for each troop, com
pany, batterv and signal corps.
Resolved. That we cordtallv commend the
policy of the War department in Inaugurat
ing Joint maneuvers and camps of Instruc
tion embracing mobilisation of tha nrnhr
army and the National Guard of the several
siaies ann territories., and we recommend,
as far as practical, that this policy be c-in-tlnued
and the number of ramna r.f In.
structlon be so increased as to afford a rea-
sonanie opportunity ror all the states who
may desire to participate therein.
Resolved, by the Interstate 'National
Guard association. That we express our
appreciation of the sincere efforts of Ellru
Root, secretary of war. In promoting the
efficiency of the National Ouard and clsser
relations between the organised militia anl
the regular establishment, and we extend
to him, as well as to Assistant Secretary
of War William C. Sanger and the officers
of the regular army and navy who hav
honored us by their presence, our hesrtfelt
thanks for their assistance and cordial co
operation Resolved, That It is the sense o' this or.
ganlzatlon that there should be distinctive
designs for collar Insignia between the
state troops and the regular nrmv.
That congress be asked to provide shoot
ing ranges for the guard, which shall be
open to officers and men of the regular
That congress be asked to Increase th
annual allotment for the National Guard
Henry 81ms petitions for divorce from his
wife Cora, alleging she ran away with Pan
Downey Msrch 19. Henry and Cora were
married In St. Louis January 22, ISM.
Albert E. Bahr and Miss Mabel Fleming,
both of David Cltv. Neb., were married
Tuesday evening rhj Rev. Charles W.
Savldge at his resldendc bn Leavenworth
street. , . . , n-. -
Mrs, Mary K Teats national evangelist
of the Woman's .Christian Temperance
union, will speak In Kotntse Memorial
church Mav 8 at 8 p. m. Stlrpiculture la to
be her subject. :
Mary Ellsa Brown, -who la a roomer in
the Elkhorn house, was arrested last night
for being drunk and disorderly. She wss
ir.aklng such a loud noise that the votes
could not be counted in the building.
John Wldlak started suit against the Na
tions! Biscuit company for 1350 personal in
juries sustained In operating a buffar
August 16 lsst. County Judge Vlnsonhaler
gave Judgment for the full amount yester
Moses Shanks, living on Thirteenth atreet,
between Capitol avenue and Davenport, was
arrested at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon on
a warrant charging him with false registra
tion. Shanks was caught In the Third ward
near Fourteenth and Capitol avenue.
Ida Cleveland of Lincoln waa arrested
yesterday evening as a runaway girl, on
information telephoned from the Lincoln
police department. She came to this city
to Join the Volunteers of America, and the
local police do not know for what she la
wanted at the capital.
Anna Harvey has started suit in county
court against the Western Union Telegraph
company, alleging that she sustained l9
damage bv reason of. the company falling
to deliver promptly a message she sent
from Omaha to her brother in Masa. N. D.,
May 10, 1902, instructing him concerning a
- -Pending the settlement of the strike and
for the accommodation of the public the
North Side Christian church will serve
dlnnera and suppers at 1414 Harney street.
Before the church undertook th it
was careful to get the approval of both the
waiters' union and the Business men's as
sociation. Last night waa an exceedingly orderly
election night, aa from o'clock to midnight
only three arrests were made. This was a
surprise to the police, who thought that the
coming of election and the strikes together
would cause considerable disturbance. Dur
ing today two captains will ba on duty and
a double shift of patrolmen.
Franklin J. Orllten leff yesterday for
Frescott, Arisona. on business and will re
turn in two weeks.
Colonel Pottle, a director In the Brother
hood Wine company of New York, la regis
tered at the Paxton.
Miss F. M. Goldsmith of Kolley & Stlger's
art department, who has been 111 for some
time. Is recovering and will resume her
work In a few days. -
Judge C. B. Letton of Falrbury Is In the
city on a short visit. He Is here to attend
the state convention of Woodmen to meet
at South Omaha this afternoon.
Colonel C. E. Jenkins of Falrbury la an
Omaha visitor. He Is Just on his return
from St. Louis, where as a member of
Governor Mlckey'e military staff he helpe 1
uphold the dignity of Nebraska at tne
opening ceremonies of the Louisiana Pur
chase exposition. He Is a Jelegatt. to the
state convention of Woodmen which meet!
at South Omaha this afternoon.
From the Experience of Omaha People.
We are fortunate Indeed to ba able to
profit by the 'experience of our neighbors.
The public utterances of Omaha residents
on tha following subject will Interest and
benefit thousands of our readers. Read
thin atatement. "Tls emphatic and convinc
ing. No better proof can ba had.
Mr. J. M. Helbel of 1709 South 29th atreet
says: "I used Doan'a Kidney Pills and
consider them a grand medicine for tha
kidneys. For tonr years I suffered more
than I ran tall and used medicine from
doctors and other treatment, but nothing
gave ma relief. I saw Doan'a Kidney Pills
advertised and procured them at Kuba
Co.'s drug store, corner 15th and Douglas
atreeta. I only took one box, but it did the
work. I can truthfully say that I feel
better after flntahlng tha treatment than I
had f6r four yeara. You are at liberty to
use my name and I hope It may be the
means of benefiting others who suffer from
For aale by all dealers. Price It cents
per box. Foster-Mllbura Co., Buffalo, N
Y.. sole agents for the United Statea.
Remember tha name, Doan'a, an4 take nr
DUBL'OUE STRIKE SETTLED
Pearl Button Worker Return on Oomprc
miee After 8eren Weeks' Idleness.
CEDAR RAPIDS TELEGRAPHERS ASK RISE
Maay 5ew fjibor Disputes Start tp
While Some Are Settled by
Agreement la All Parts
DCBUQUE la., May 5. The striking em
ployes of the Iroquois Pearl Button com
pany returned to work today arter having
been Idle tor aevan weeka. A compromise
Iowa Telegraphers Seek Rise.
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., May 5. Two hun
dred telegraphers, ' repreaentlng the lowr
lines ot the Chicago, at Nortbweatern, me
at Belle Plains today to formulate an ap
peal for an increase in wagea. No strlkt
Is likely. ' Tha men say they are compelled
to work long houra on amall pay and with
out vacations. "
Kew York Strike Settled.
NEW YORK. May 5. At the office oi
Contractor McDonald it was announced thit
afternoon that tha subway strike had fcer
settled, and that tha striking men will go
back to work tomorrow morning.
Tha agreement provides that the mer
shall return to work at once and the settle
ment of the differences be left to arbitra
tion. The only subwsy contracting compan
ies who were not parties to the agreement
were the Degnon-McLean company and
McMlllln and Bean. Representatives of
these companies were quoted today as say
ing they would not be bound by any acttoi
of the Contractors Protective association,
which is the organization that met and
came to terms with the committee from the
Central Federated union. As 3,000 of the
4.000 men on strike are employed by the
Degnon-McLean company, Its relation to
the settlement Is Important.
Upwards of 500 hands employed at the
Planet Carpet mills, Brooklyn, went or
strike today for shorter hours.
I,o tt palA Women Qalt Work.
PHILADELPHIA. May 6. Twelve hun
dred women operatives employed ia tb'
worsted mills In the Fairmont district went
on strike today. The strikers ask tor a re
duction In hours from sixty to fifty-four
a week. They receive from $2.00 to $7.00 a
week. Tha women are not organised.
Cleveland Ballders Oat. .
CLEVELAND. O., May 5. About 500
building laborers struck today for more
Llaemen Seek Move Money.
LOS ANGELES. May 5. A general
strike of 150 electrical workers and out
side linemen was declared this morning.
Last week tha aeveral electric companlea
were served with a notice to tha effect that
unleaa all linemen were granted an Increase
of about 20 percent In wagea by today the
men would atrlke. The wages at present
average $J.00 a day.
Chicago ftoea Ilangry.
CHICAGO, May 6. Nearly 200 colored
waiters employed In the down town res
taurants and lunch rooms, struck today
causing considerable Inconvenience to hun
dreds of "quick lunch" people. The trou
ble arose over tha substitution of union
white girls In the place of colored men at
one ot the restaurants.
Texas Maehlalsts Strike.
EL PASO, Tex., Msy 5. Two hundred and
fifty machinists, boiler makers and helpers
In the El Paao and Northeastern sbopa at
Alamo Gordo, N. M., went on a atrlke thla
morning because tha superintendent of mo
tive power discharged their foreman.
JEW SCIENTIFIC PROCESS.
A Preparation Discovered that Will
Destroy tho DaadrasT Germ.
For soma time it has been known that
dandruff ia caused by a germ that digs
up tha aralp Into little white flakes, and
by aapplng the vitality ot the balr at tha
root, causes falling hair, and, of course,
finally baldness. For yeara there have
been all kinds ot bair stimulants and
scalp tonics on tha market, but there haa
been no permanent cure for dandruff until
tha discovery of a preparation called New
bro'a Herplclde, which destroys the dan
druff germ. Destroy the cause tne effect
will cease to axlat. Kill tho dandruff germ
and you'll have no dandruff, no Itching
scalp, no falling hair. Bold by all drug
gists. Bead 10 cents for sample to The
Herplclde Co., Detroit, Mich.
laTeatla-atlasT How York Waters.
NEW YORK. May I The livers and
harbors committee of the house of repre
sentatives at Washington today made a
tour of the navigable waters about Kew
York to see what Improvements are needed
to Improve shipping facilities. Members of
mngrass from this city and state and city
offlclala accompanied tha committee.
The Ins and Outs
of Soda Crackers
Soda crackers fresh from the oven are good delicious
if exposed to the air they quickly lose that goodness
much of it in a few minutes most of it in an hour
all of it in a day.
That's uhy the common kind, the paper-bag kind,
have lost their flavor before you get them.
In Uneeda Biscuit
there's a difference a big difference
because they are packed at the oven door
in the In-er-seal Package
identified by the famous red and white trade mark design
which preserves the goodness of biscuit;
is airtight and germ proof
and holds -within
the oven- fresh flavor of Uneeda Dlscult
and keeps without
the undesirable flavors of all other things
that's one reason why
millions buy Uneeda Dlscult
Another reason is the price
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
MUSIC AND MUSICIANS
The audlenco which assembled at the First
Congregational church last night lo do
honor to Madame Muenteferlng, the occa
sion being her benefit concert, waa as en
thusiastic aa though she were a mayoralty
The fact that election was at fever heat
of interest, seemed to hsve no effect what
ever with the music lovers, as they were
out In full force.
Madame Muenteferlng presented a fine
prcgram, assisted instrumentally by Mr
Cuscaden, violinist, Mr. Landsberg, pianist
and by a strong quintette, consisting of the
Messrs. Nordin, Claueen, Hofmann, Heyn,
and Rohrs; and the vocal assistance was
well -taken care of by Mrs. Dale and Miss
Mrs. Lena Ellsworth Dale has a soprano
voice of good quality and she uses It with
much sympathy and Intelligence. 6he ha.
evidently a 'power of ln'erpretatlon am'
style of presentation which attracta one to
Miss Agnes Weller, who practically made
her debut on this ocqasjon, sang with ease
style and manner far beyond her years.
Mlrs Weller has undoubtedly a beautiful
voice, and she shows thst work has ac
complished many things for her. 6he has a
musical temperament and she uses hei
voice with much Judgment and skill. She
can safely be considered aa one of the fore
moat of the young Omaha contraltos, and
her musical Intelligence coupled with a
voice of unusual timbre will work wonders
Madame Muenteferlng played aa usual
with skill, artistic breadth and much tem
perament.' She Is a superb artist and a
scholarly musician, showing forth her In
tellectual work by her public presenta
Tlie Mrkrl Pinto Road.
Is the short line to the east and the serv
ice equal to the best. You will aava time
and money by traveling over this line. It
has three through dally express trains,
with thorough vestibule sleeping cars and
American , Club meals, rsngtng In price
from 35o to S1.00. are served In Nickel
Plate dining cars; also a la carte service.
Try a trip over the Nickel Plate road and
you will find the service equal to any be
tween Chicago and the east. Chicago de.
pot, Harrison St. and Fifth Ave. City
Ticket offices, 111 Adams St. and Audi
torium Annex. John Y. Calahan, General
Agent, 113 Adams St., room 298. Chicago.
Boy and Matches Does It.
BONESTEEL, S. D.. May 6. (Special
Telegram.) A. birn, ne hot, harness and
grain, the property of G. R. Roram, was
destroyed by fire this afternoon. Loes $200.
No Insurance. A 6-year-old boy playing
with matches wss the reuse.
Famous Old Hotel Baraed.
LIBERTY, Mo.. May 6. The Arthur
house, built In 1S55. and a famous hostelry
In the early days as headquarters for poli
ticians, was deetroyed by Ore today. Loss
III . it
ii ! fit i v-y Ji
A genuine hair food. Stops falling of the
hair, makes the hair grow, and always re
stores COlor. II. Allarsrjtsls. J. C ATM CO., LewaU, Masa.
" My balr was vtry short before I used Ayer's Hair
vigor, it is now rour
I snow its growth is
CLERICAL SUSPECT FREED
Coroner Fails to Connect Priest with Murder
of Ohio Girl.
IN0UEST RESULTS IN OPEN VERDICT
Kvldenre Favors Arrested Man, Who
Is Iteleaaed by Police Almoat
aa Soon aa Inveatlga
ELYRIA, O., May 6. The Inquest on the
remalna of Agatha Relchlln, who was mur
dered on Thursday night, waa held today
and at ita conclusion Coroner French gave
the verdict: "That Agatha Relchlln came
to her death from wounds Inflicted by a
atone In the hando of a person unknown."
This decision resulted in tha releaaa of
Father Walser from confinement later in
The witnesses examined included, tha po
licemen who bad' beea called to tha Relch
lln home at 1:30 o'clock Friday morning
and Casslmlr Relchlln, a brother of the
dead girl. Rev. Charles Relchlln, another
brother, also testified. Tha conaensua of
the testimony of tha witnesses today waa
favorable to Father Walser'a claim of in
nocence, and In support of the theory that
a burglar or some other desperate man
had committed the crime. Poltce Captain
Ketchum testified that tha bloodhounda did
not pay any more attention to Father
Walser's bed than to tha other beds In tha
Rev. Charles Relchlln, a brother of tha
murdered girl, said; "My Brat thought waa
that It might have been a Jilted lover.
Mr. Rospert was her last lover. I think
the motive for the crime waa robbery. My
sister never expressed to ma any love for
Rospert. He called twice alnce November.
My sister lived alone with Walser during
my absence In Europe lsst summer. Rev.
Walser put a bolt on the door between
bis room and Agatha'e at that time."
HARLAN B. CORYELL DIES
Former Omaha nesldont Soeeamne
to Pulmonary Tabercnlosls
Private dispatchea received last night
from Denver announce the death there
yesterday afternoon of Harlan B. Coryell,
who waa until about three months ago a
well known resident of Omaha. Mra. Cory
ell and their two sons were with Mr.
Ccryell when he died. He had lived In
Omaha fifteen yeara and hla name was fa
miliar throughout Nebraska by reaaon of
hla position as state agent for tha Phoenix
Insurance compsny of Brooklyn. Pulmonary
tuberculosis forced his removal to Denver.
He bad concerned himself somewhat with
politics while he lived in Omaha and
served for six yeara as a member of the
Board of Education. Mr. Coryell was
prominent Msson. While no Information
bas been received oh the subject. It Is
probable bla body will be brought here for
Gray hair, thin hair.
short hair. Hair poverty,
pride poverty, atyle poverty.
old at forty.
Dark hair, heavy hair. Ions hair.
hair pride, hair style. .
incites dciow my waist, soa
due to your Vigor.
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