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THE OMAHA DAILY J1EE: SATURDAY, MAY 0, 1903.
Saturday, (he Formal Opening of n New Department
Hair Dressing and Manicuring Parlors
te inxlir the I. dies of n m.iha to visit our new department on tho third floor tomorrow.
Il.u prettiest llslr Dressing Pa rlors In the city. Full linn of H air Goods and Toilet rowders.
SRILI1 O ASSISTANTS. BKAUTITUT. APARTMENTS.
Mowers tilven to All Visitors from II Till IP O'clock Tomorrow Evening.
A Big Millinery Sensation
$2.50 TRIMMED STREET HATS AT 49c
4,000 Trimmed Street lints closed out from
It'tiding New York and Chicago designers,
the product of the best popular irice
street lint producers in America. Tim
styles nre the very newest nnd there are
upwards of GOO different effects, compris
ing the most comprehensive nnd imposing
array of Ktreet Hats ever displayed by any
establishment in this
cou nt ry, and all at nbout '20 per cent on the dollar.
The regular selling price of these hats up to now was
up to $2.50 Saturday at 8 a. m. second floor and
basement all go at
TRIMMED HATS AT $2.45, $3.50 and $4. 95
On Saturday we will d'splay a magnificent assortment of Trimmed Uata for ladle and ml'Mi.
We hsve ben very busy preparing many white, burnt, pink. light blue and black hat, which will
be highly appreciated by those ladles who contemplate buying their summer millinery on Satur
day. The very newest and latest trimming effects are used on these hats and the prices are such
that a positive saving of fully one-third can be
made by purchasing your millinery here. Saturday
$1 BUNCHES OF FLOWERS AT 25c-Main Floor and Second Floor.
Thousands of bunches of beautiful Flowers are offered for Saturday which should create a great
furore, as these Flowers are priced at Just about one-quarter their regular selling values. Thera
re big bunches of Black Roses, Geraniums, Popples, Bluetts, Wreaths of
Various kinds, handsome Daisies, Roses and hundreds of other species. Not
a bunch worth less than $1.00 at
$3.50 CHILDREN'S WHITE MILAN HATS AT $1.98
Great Salepf Muslin Underwear
75c and $1 Undermuslins, 39c
An Eastern manufacturer sold to us at 50c on tho
dollar his samples nnd surplus stock of muslin
Night Robes, Skirts, Drawers
All neatly trimmed with dainty laces and embroid
eries, others are ruffled with clusters of tucks,
some nre hemstitched and with deep
flounces, all made of fine muslin and
cambric, full sizes, and worth as high
as $1 each on bargain square at
50c and 75c Corsets at 25c
A Kalamazoo corset manufacturer closed out to us all his broken lots of
coreets, all this spring's styles, many in straight front ef- k Fp
feete, also girdles in short and medium length, made of B fab
coutei and batiste, lace trimmed, worth 75c, on bargain -J
square at wm0
Three Great Hosiery Specials.
Three large bargain squares with hundreds of dozens of ladies', men's and
children's hosiery in fast black, tans, and fancy colors, in plain and lace
boots, all over lace effects, in lisle thread, some are. silk finished and fine
cotton, worth up to 23c and 35c a pair go f C A c
air mvw, mwr,
1,275 pairs of extra fine Gloves most of them are real kid leather
in 2 and 3 clasp, in black, white and colors. Every CQp
pair worth from $1.00 to $1,50 at,
at, a pair
Summer Underwear at 25c, 15c, 10c, 5c
Ten doxen fln White Milan Hats for children, tastefully trimmed with either card!
nal, navy or black, satin black velvet ribbon bands and streamers our regular
13.50 values at
Saturday Specials in the New Picture Department.
Black Veneer Circle Frames-lO-inch-fltted with Pharaoh's Horses, etc worth 7Bo 40C
Dainty Framed Pictures with fancy ornamental corner life subjectsworth BOo-' oe?
Flve thousand Matted Pictures ready for framing-plenty of subjects and cheap at 25ol
Pocketbooks and Chatelaine Bags at 39c and 25c
Three Immense lines of drummers' samples of fine leather niveities made for
this springs trade. We bought at such a . low price that ye,u can purchase
the finest Pocketbook or Chatelaine Bar at barely the price of the leather
in this jreat purchase or leather jjtods are ladies' and rents Purses. Pocket-
uuoks, cam cases, dim books, uiaieiame Bars, Wrist Bars. Clrarette Cases.
and Cirar Cases, in all the stylish leathers, S
beautifully mounted in sterling silver and ' T Ohf
fancy leather effects, positively worth up ZJJagdJJ
Ladies', Misses' and Boys' jersey ribbed, fancy knit Balbriggan underwear,
all over lace and drop stitch effects, in plain and fancy cotton, also lisle
thread and silk finished mercerized at just about one-half their regular
Sainequare fa JQC, DC
Ladies' 50c Neckwear for 5c
A New York jobber's samples and odd lots of ladies' neckwear, including
silk, satin and fancy wash stocks, ties and turnover collars, also
embroidered lawn ties, many worth 50c, at
Special Sale in the Art Needle Work Department
PILLOW TOPS One big lot of beautiful stamped and tinted Pillow Tops, stamped Qq
on fine ticking, the regular 6o kind, for front and back, at
Ail Silk Shaded Pillow Ribbon, iKc
yard .. a ty w
Our entire stock of Stamped Battenburg patterns, former price 15c to 40c, price fC
tomorrow, each :
All our Battenburg Braids, any width and kind, 36-yard bolts, at a
LAST DAYS OF THE GIGANTIC SALE OF THE
Barnett Stock of Ladies' Suit;
For tomorrow's rapid sellinr we present a tremendous barrain offer In connection
with our sale of the Barnett stock of New
York City. The enormous selling from this
matchless fashionable stock has left us many
broken lines and sizes. To make this line
complete we will take from our regular stock
of highest grade goods hundreds of fine gar
ments which we will put into similar lots
with the Barnett stock. Thus the stock will
be absolutely complete in every detail and
the wonderful values will be even more entic
ing than before. Biggest and best suit bar
gains of 1903 tomorrow:
Harriett's $10 Suits at $3.98
Barnett's $15 Suits at $6.75
Barnelt's $20 Suits at $8.08
Barnett's $25 Suits at 11.90
Barnett's $40 Suits at $18.00
Barnett's $20 Silk Coats at $9.98
Barnett's $10 Silk Coats at' $4. 98
Barnett's $12 Voile Skirts at $6.98
Barnett's $35 Silk Skirts at $15.00
New Storm and, Traveling Coats .
Long CoU In the new tans, irrays and crayenetted clotha
with the new capos and belt effects, correct atylea and per
(pet rain protection, at
$24.50, $21.50, $17.50, $14.85 down t $8.98
Special Sale Show of Summer downs and Demi-Costumes
The earliest display of the llrht dainty frock for summer In Vollea, Etaminea, Canvas, Mohairs, etc.
All the new tans, whites, grays, new bluesana CQC C-7 Hnwrl tit Sld.Hft
thampagne shades, marvelous style snow. at.... f", " " - "
SUITS IN OUR NEW CHILDREN'S DEPT.
75 smart little Suits in school effects,
with blouse and Norfolk jackets in lit
tle dress suits, all cloths and i QO
colors, worth up to ?10 & $12. ..4. "O
PORCH CUSHIONS rUdo of drapery ticking, cretonne, denim, etc., wJth largo frills, -Of
. .worth 69c each, for tomorrow, each....... , 0"C
Ladies' $2.00 dolf Skirts at 98c
Ladles' S3. 50 Dress Skirts at $1.98
adles' $2 50 Spring Capes at $1.50
$1.50 Duck Skirts at 69c
J ZOO Duck Skirts at 98c
$5.00 Spring Jackets at $1.98
All the New Styles
We Have the Only Complete Line of
in Omaha. We have every new 6tyle in every
leather in almost every price in every size
and every width.
On Sale Tomorrow
The New Spike Heel Oxford The New Iris
The Du Barry The New Langtry Gibson
Tie The New Rocker Coloniettes The New
Cuban -and Empire Oxfords more than two
hundred new styles.
WOMAN'S AMBITION TO RULE
Iawa Federation 0U Sood Example tt Its
ELECTION OF OFFICERS MOST EXCITING
farslateae of On Candida in Ha.
faalnar to Withdraw Defeats Ba.
Uctloa of Mr. Bally by
(From a Staff Correapondnt.)
DE8 MOINES. Mar 8. (Special Tela-
ram. Th alecUon of officer this after.
eon proved the moat exciting; eesslon of
the fifth biennial of the Iowa Federation
of Women's Cluba. In fact It was the moat
exciting- session In the history of the fed
eratlon. Nearly two hours were oonsumed
In a fruitless and clamorous effort to se
cure the re-election of Mrs. W. 1L Bally
as president, while that woman was sub
jected to the embarrasalng ordeal of pre
siding during the proceedings because of
the failure of the vice president, Mrs. Bark
ley, who sat upon the platform to take
the chair and relieve her.
It has been evident ever alnoe the begin
nlng of the session that Mrs. Bally and
Mrs. Horace Deemer of Red Oak were the
popular candidates, but Mrs. Belly's over
whelming popularity was not known until
the chairman of the nominating oemmit
tee announced the result of an Informal
ballot that had been taken for the guldanoe
Of toe committee. Mrs. Bally had 167
Toteat Mrs. Deemer, 62; Mrs. Fletcher of
Marshall town. S3, and Mrs. Walter I.
Smith of Council Bluffs, S&.
Mrs. Bally Bad Withdraws.
Mrs. Bally has always objected .to
president's serving a second term, but was
persuaded a few weeks ago to allow her
nam to be used. Hearing that ahe had
been criticised for this and that the women
Of the western part of the state also ob
jected to a second term and were favorable
to Mra. Deemer on that account she an
aoonced that she would withdraw her
same. The result of the Informal ballot
occasioned hearty applauae, after which
- the chairman of the committee an
nounced that Mrs. Bally and Mra. Deemer
bad both refused to accept the nomination,
leaving Mra. Alice C. Fletcher and Mra.
Walter I. Smith the candidates. This re
fute! the house would not accept, Mrs.
rutoher leading the objection to Mrs.
Baliys withdrawal, snd withdrawing her
own name on the condition that Mra.
Deemer would allow hers to atand. Mrs.
Deemer absolutely refused. There was a
clamor for recognition from all parts of
the houae. each apeaker In turn Insisting
that Mrs. Bally allow her name to stand.
A third time Mrs. Fletcher got the floor
and said: "Ladles, I cannot believe that
convention, and I ask her again to re
President la Predicament.
With blanched face and Una aulverlna-.
Mrs. Bally faced the convention, saying
appeallngly, "I do not know what to do."
An outburst of applause followed, and
when, by vigorous use of her gavel, Mrs.
Bally had restored order, she explained
that ahe had repeatedly refused to allow
her name to be used, but that within the
laat few weeks the persistent Insistence
of club women had caused her to alter her
Is your refusal now final," came the
question from the floor, and she replied
that It might not be, but that she did not
wish to be misjudged or to have her honeat
Then came a motion that the house give
Mrs. Bally the unanimous election by ac
clamation, but Mrs. Bally quickly ruled the
motion out of order, reminding the women
that there was still one name before them
that had not been withdrawn. The next
woman who could get the floor asked Mra.
Bally If she would accept the unanimous
nomination If Mrs. Walter L Smith would
withdraw her name. Mrs. Bally hesitated
as a hush fell upon the house, but as Mrs.
Smith was not Inclined to withdraw her
name Mrs. Bally firmly and finally declined
the nomination and ordered that other
nominations be made.'
Basalt of Election.
The election then proceeded, resulting as
For president, Mrs. Alloa C Fletcher of
Marshalltown, 147; Mrs. Walter I. Smith
of Council Bluffs 62; Mrs. W. H. Bally of
Dea Motnea, 2S.
Other officers elected were: Vice presi
dent, Mrs. M. C. Cory of Spencer; record
ing secretary Mrs. Richard Burke of Oska
loosa; corresponding secretary. Mrs. Har
riet Lake of Independence; treasurer, Mrs.
A. H. Gibson of Ames; auditor, Mrs. Levy
Delegates at large to the next biennial
of the general federation were elected aa
follows: Mrs. W. H. Bally of Dea Moines.
Mrs. Horace O. Everett of Council Bluffa,
Mrs. W. L. Eaton of Oeage, Mrs. Taxe of
Ottumwa. Alternates: Mrs. Matt Parrott
of Waterloo, Mrs. Walter L Smith of Coun
cil Bluffa, Mrs, Simon of Cedar Rapids,
Mra. McLaren of Audubon.
itncstlen at Entertainment.
A lively discussion was precipitated at
the morning aesalon by an Invitation to
hold the next biennial meeting at Waterloo.
It has been known by many this week that
the unexpectedly large attendance of dele
gates, there being 4U6 present, has some
what embarraaaed the hnatesses of the
city, who, not being prepared, were unable
to find entertainment for many until yes
terday. Knowing of thla. a resolution was
offered during the morning sesalon to the
effect that the hostess city or town
be expected to provide entertainment for
but one delegate from each club renre
Mrs. Bally a anawer is final, when ahe sees sented. At once the question waa asked
as we all do that ahe is the choice of the how It should be determined which of the
two delegates to which each club is en
titled should be entertained. The possible
embarrassment of such a necessity was
evident to all, and the question arose as to
whether or not such a plan would not tend
to decrease the attendance of delegates,
and so work an Injury by decreasing In
terest In the state work. The difficulties
of providing entertainment for so large a
gathering, even in a large city, was next
presented, and the resolution was amended
provide that one delegate should be
entertained and that each club should pay
for the entertainment of Its second dele
gate. Some of the cluba have several dele
gates, and by this resolution all except
two from each city are left unprovided for,
and the amendment and the motion were
With eighty new elubs added to the fed
eration during the last term and the or
ganisation steadily growing. It is realised
by all that a definite adjustment of this
matter will have to be made soon, but It
Is the opinion of the majority that It should
be settled by the individual clubs.
Some Genernl Dlscnsslon.
A discussion of federation finances, led
by Miss Harriet Lake of Independence, and
brief talka regarding the St. Louis exposi
tion by Hon. W. W. Wltmer of Des Moines
and Secretary F. R. Conaway of the Iowa
commiaaion, occupied the rest of the morn
ing. The convention's remaining hours
were occupied by a discussion of miscella
neous unfinished business and by additional
features of entertainment provided by the
Des Moines women.
There will be a meeting of the Incoming
and the outgoing boards of directors at the
Savery at 10 o'clock Saturday morning,
when the place of the next meeting and
some other matters will be decided.
TB9 yrtlMOH TrSTTT.LntJ CG
MOTHER OPPOSES MORMONS
Asks Bational Congress to Aid in Keeping
WOMEN URGED TO INFLUENCE JUDGES
Doctor Tells Delegates That Children
Suffer Greatly From Constant
KagBlna- by Thoughtless Par-
eata While at Home.
been found near Minervllle, south of Ne
braska City, and will be taken to his noma
in Rulo, Neb., for burial. At the time of
the accident It was thought the body was
Imbedded in the. sand under a portion of
Chamberlain's Stomach and liver
Tablets Are J est What Ton Need
When you feel dull after eating.
When you have no appetite.
When you have a bad taste in your mouth.
When your liver la torpid.
When your bowels are constipated.
When you have a headache.
When you feel bilious.
They will improve your appetite, cleanse
and Invigorate your stomach and regulate
your liver and bowels. Trice 25 centa per
THE REALTY MARKET.
INSTRUMENTS placed on record Friday,
Omaha lodge No. t. Independent Order
ot OO.J renews to u. r . Welnbroad,
sVi lot 4, block 26. Omaha, and a
O. F. Davis company to Mary O.
Becker, lot 11. block B. Bedford add.
Mary A. Patrick and huslmnd to
Oeorge Marshall, lot 7, Larayette
A. A. McClanahan snd wife to M. C.
8ornen. sw nt J't-16-13 1,000
South Omaha Land company et al to
H. M. Christie, various lots In
Spring lake park 6,375
11. M. inriiuie to tmma c. Johnson,
Eniitti Omaha Lnnd compunv to
Nancy J. Keefer, lots T. 11, 12 and 13,
block t, same
Pama to same, lot S, Mock S, same....
Mry I Burke and hunbnnd to V. F.
Schweltser lot 4. Latev's suhdlv
J. B. McKittiick to J B Anell.
truMe. wW feet lot 21, Millard &
Annie K. WIIon to Kd Johnston, lot
4. Mock fJ South Omaha
W. W. M'Ilvlne to I-ee ft. gtltta.
eV feet of wo feet of nl30 feet of
slS'l fot lot 4 Mnok 6, Park Place..
J. W. PeMen in Mnrv A. Selden, lot
T, block 1 Wntnut 1111
Harriet Wehde to IJnie Whde,
undivV, of n lot 11, block 118, South
(salt Claim Deeds.
Ada A. Orme et al to Elisabeth H.
Tice, aS lots 1. 4 and i, block 3,
Omaha having bank to Omaha
Realty company, t-l1.! feet of nli
feet lot 4. block S, Park Place
Total amount of transfers
DETROIT, May . The morning session
of today's conference of the National Con
gress of Mothers was devoted to the read
ing of reports by state organisers and the
heads of the various committees.
Miss Clarence E. Allen, state organiser
ot Utah, gave a history of the Roberts
case and appealed to the congress for an
expression of sympathy that would be in
fluential in saving Utah from Mormon
representation in congress.
The concluding session waa devoted to a
conference on "Child Saving Wo.k." It
was opened by Mrs. Frederick Schoff of
Philadelphia, who said In part:
Railroads are more or le responsible
for crime among the Juveniles of tne large
cities. Commercial cars are a Howe! to le
maln uncovered or unguarded In the freight
yards and thus chuuren ure tempied to
A law should be created prohibiting Junk
dealers trafficking wllii Juveniles and no
child Hhould be allowed to deul with pawn
brokers. It should be our endeavor to do
awuy with the temptation that results lii
J I would recommend that -the best women
or a community attena tne session ot me
Juvenile courts and thus give tne Judge anil
complainants to unaurxiunu ini mo cnii-
aicn nave menus wno are uueresiea in
Women of Influence will IHU hold tni
Juvenile court Juuges In restraint and Just
decisions will be lendeieu
Mrs. S. W. Hefferan, president of the
Illinois Congress of Mothers, discussed the
co-operation of the home and the rchool
She said the reason for overtudy In the
maloritv of schools was bcciuse of the
heavy work demanded by the pupil'
parents. In her opinion there shoull be no
night study until a pupil has parsed the
fifth grade. The secretary urged parents
to visit the schools and dUcuss the work
of tha nur.il with the teacher. She alsi
roenmmenriad manual training in all
MUs Reglna Heller of Detroit censured
rarents and tchQJl tourd for not providing
belter equipment and more teachers in me
lower a-rades. She recommended nature
study and the taking of entire classes of
pupils to the woods and fields, but said
that under nresent conditions this was al-
.. imn.,ihi. hniii!ie of the lack of
Dr. David Ing!l of Detroit talked on
..'hiin' M.rvai " Ha condemned the
home training where the child was con
iimiallv Huhlected to scolding. Many chil
Hren he said, had been made
wrecks by this practice,
Osreola'a Ylllaae Hoard Organised
OSCEOLA. Neb.. May S.-tSpeclal.)-The
Board of Village Trustees for this vll'age
i. thor.,i:ehlv orranlsed now and is com
posed of 8. 8. finell. chairman; 8. A. Snldor,
N E. Peterson, C. D. Btoner. C. O. Oylllng.
a. .v. rit ...tin Inst nlsht William
Vanhoosen waa appointed marshal and
street commissioner; County Attorney F. D.
Mllle, village clerk, and Clint Arnold treas
urer. No attorney will be appointed this
Hirer fclrea IB Ha !
FLATTSMOl'TH. Neb.. May S.-(8pectal.)
The body of William McClellan, who a
drowned In the Miwouri river about six
weeks ao by falling from the Burlington
. .. . . . 1- , 1 . V, - M
121 hA I bridge wun toe traveler at uu
TUNNEL DEATH LIST GROWS
Nineteen Bodies Alrendy Recover
ad Six More are Believed
to Be tnder Debris.
HUNTINGTON, Ind., May g.-Nlneteen
bodies have been recovered from Eggleston
tunnel. One person was taken out alive
last night and may recover. Search for
the other bodies continues. There may be
five or six more in the tunnel.
This makes the disaster worse than
originally feared, as the death list was
yesterday placed at twelve.
WILL PROBE FEUD MURDER
Special Grand Jery Is to Be Called
la Connection with Mirm'i
FRANKFORT, Ky.. May 8. It has been
practically settled that there Is to be a
special term of the Breathitt county court
and a special grand Jury to !ook Into the
Marcum assassination at Jackson.
Governor Beckham haa offered to send
state troops to the Scene If necessary to
protect the court. The call for tho special
court Is expected tomorrow.
Goes to Lincoln for a Year.
TLATTSMOUTH. Neb., May 8. (Special.)
Sheriff J. D. McBiide took Oscar Eledgu
to Uncoln today, where he will serve a
term of one year In the state penitentiary
Hlh School Athletics.
YANKTON, 8. D., May 8. (Special Tele
gram.! Following are the llnals so fnr
closed In the state high school athletic
Twelve-pound shot put: Sawyer of Dell
Rapids won. Kirk of Tyndall second, Mon
roe of Dell Haplds third. Distance: 30 leet.
High Jump: Kirk of Tyndall won. Monroe
of Dell Ruplda second. Height: a lect 31
Inches. . , , ltl
Quarter mile run: Paulson of Vermilion
won. Chamberlain of Vermilion second,
Time: 0 bO 4-b.
Discus throw: Mclln of Yankton won.
Branch of Pierre second. Distance: 3 feet
ti inches. , ,,
1'0-yard hurdles: Monroe of Dell Builds
won. Nlchola of Vermilion aecond. Time:
Running broud Jump: Rose of Pierre
won. Roe of Dell Rapids secoud. Distance:
17 feet 1 Inches.
Two mile run: J. Ppurb of Tvndall won,
W. Bpurb of Tyndall second. Time: 11:55.
Pole vault: Sunderland won, McLaln sec
ond. Height: I feet Inches.
With, the Bnwlere.
The Omahas defeated the Krug Park In
a tenpln contest on Clark s alleys last
1st. 2d. Id. Tots!
Hartley 1M 1M M3 570
"mead Ft 1 J J
Hrtd 1T0 1S3 .'"I KM
Huntington 155 : . jj-
Marble 10 1M 1 5,4
AIRSHIP OVERCOMES WIND
Dirigible Balloon Aruwers Helen Perfectly
JDaring Lengthy Sail.
SrVNTOS-WJMOWT AIXOASCENDS IN AIR
Famous Aeronaut Tries Experiment
. with Tiny Craft, Which Authori
ties Stop, as He Vses Public
Drill Ground Without Leave.
PARIS, May 8. The air ship constructed
for the Britishers made a highly success
ful trip today. Pilot Juchmea and Engineer
Rey started at 9 a. m. from St. Martin
during a light rain and with a brfsk wind.
The dirigible craft passed over a number
of suburban trains. At Mantes it made A
circle and left that town, going diagonally
against the wind. Over LJmay, Mantes and
Rosny the airship waa put through a series
of evolutions and answered its helm and
maneuvered perfectly. It then returned to
the point of departure, where it descended
The distance covered was thirty-seven
kilometres In an hour and thirty-six min
utes, agulnst Santos Dumont's record for
the Deutsch prize of eleven and a half kilo
metres In thirty minutes.
The Temps says. In view of tho rain and
wind, tho results obtained were notable,
making aerial navigation in dirigible bal
loons urrcr to enter the domain of prac
santoa-Damont Also Ascends.
l,iUor In the day Santos-Dumont made
his first asoent In his No. 9 from Balloon
park, Nullly, where he has conatructed a
vast shed, in which are several of hla air
ships. On leaving the park No. was con
ducted by a gulderope to the Bagatelle
drill rrounds in the Bols de Bologne. Here
a series of maneuvers lasting half an hour,
were made at a height of thirty yards.
During the evolutions the gulderope rested
free on the ground. As 8antos-Dumont did
not have permission to use the drill
grounds, the guards Interfered and he had
to stop the maneuvers. Santos-Dumont la
satisfied with his SBCent of today, which
shortly will be repented.
When questioned he said No. ! was the
smallest airship he had conatructed, the
cubes being only of :34 metres and the mo
tor of thrce-norao power. o, naa a
rudder surface of three square metres. The
ahlp Is only Intended for experiments lead
ing up to tests of No. 10, which has cubes
of 2,100 metres, and which Is Intended to
carry twelve persons. ' The aeronaut ex
pects to be ready to make the No. 10 trials
In a month. In the shed at Neullly Is air
ship No. 7, with cubes of 1.200 metres ca
pacity, which has been especially con
structed with a view to entering the con
tests at the St. Louis exposition.
Objections to Drusrsjlsta Termite.
YORK. Neb., May 8. (Special.) At last
night's council meeting remonstrances
against the granting of druggist permits
were filed against euch druggist of York.
Each remonstrance had from thirty to
sixty signers. York today Is a very dry
town. The druggist permits for last year
expired March 6. No action waa taken by
the council at last night's meeting to grant
new permits. The hearing was set for May
14. The remonstrators allege that the dsug
gists of York violated the law and the peti
tions are not in accordance with the law.
Saloon Fight on at MrCool.
YORK. Neb., May 8. (Special.) There
promises to be an Interesting saloon fight
at McCool, this county. The majority of
the new town board seems to be In favor
of granting a saloon license. At the spring
election the issue of license or no license
was voted on and the license element was
defeated by one vote. Mr. Burke, owner
of the saloon at McCool, is circulating
petitions and securing signers and Is ad
vertising in local papers.
Arrange Beatrice Races.
BEATRICE, Neb., Msy I. (Special.)
Local horsemen are planning a race meet
ing, probably for July. Linden Tree park
Is being put In splendid shepe and already
quite a number of horses are being trained
for the season.
f.ame with Slous (lly
The high school Is rrovlng unfortunate In
Its attempt to play a game of b . b'l
with the Sioux City teati. 1 a week tte
were ti have gone to Sioux Cit" ... fl.v
but did not go. as there wero wt ground
there Then Floux C:ty was to have plivel
here today, but at the lst moment the
Blnux City boys rtlscivered that they r"lM
not get here and so the game w callel
off Last year Sioux City won th loni
game which the two teama plaved st Sioux
Cltv and the lncnl boys ware laying up t-
more than get even today.
M.n. "ttlNO ' ' I
Health at Small Cost.
A few doses ef Dr. King's New Life Pills
will cleanse, tone and Invigorate the whole
system. Try thera. Only 25c. For sale by
Kuhn ft Co.
l.anadoa l.oaea n Flnaer.
W. A. Langdon. the popular stage msn
ager at the Creltshtoii-Orpheiun. mlsae.!
his hold while trying to mount a moving
street car at the corner of Sixteenth and
Vinton after the ball game cMenWy, aihl
came out of the affair decide,! I y used up.
His left hntid fell under 'he wheels and
the little finger was taken nff. His face
came In contact with the pavement and
was badly bruised and skinned, and he
was sorely wrenched In several directions.
Whose development' is retarded
or who are growing too rapidly
A predigested food with une
qualed strengthening properties.
Not an intoxicant but a real malt
extract. For weakness, weari
ness and overwork. Best for
All tUurjlsta ae'J It. Prepar by tit
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
Ct lonis, u. 8. A.
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