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TTIE OMAnA DAILY BEEt RATTJItDAY, MAY 16, 1U03
IF YOU DON'T BUY CLOTHING OF
Beautiful Display of Spring
and Summer Underwear
All new eraatlrfs , In' Imported silks,
English souftres,. Imperials, four-ln-
, r;tri,'..;......25c & 50c
Men's Swell Spring: and Sum
In pialn whites, stripes, flrurwi and
spots, cufTH attached or detached,
strictly custom work, made r.f Im
ported madras, mercerised and pon
$1. $1.50, $2 & $2.50
Extra Special Sale' of Men's
At, per' "garment.
25c. 50c and $1.00
Correct Dress for
CLOSE OF G.' l R. SESSION
Hew Officers Installed and Delegates to
National Xnoampment Chosen.
ROTEST AGAINST THE LEE STATUE
Raaalaitiaae Stroaslr Casasseaaatavr
ml Lejlslatlva Coaasalttea aaa
DaaoaaetaaT Attsvelt aa
(7rom a BUS Correspondent.)
FREMONT, Neb.. iay 15. (Special. V
The Grand Army of the Republic closed Us
annual encampment at Lore's opera house
last night, with, the Installation, "of offloers,
fwlth PaJCpWliUnt Oooimander 8. J,
Alexander as Installing; officer for te
'Grand Army of the Republlo and Mrs. La
dusky Taylor, national president of the
'Women's Relief corps, as Installing officer
for the Women's Relief corps- These Grand
Army officers were Installed: Department
commander, Judge Lee S. E telle, Omaha;
senlur vice commander, John Lett, Tork;
junior vice commander, W. J. Blythstone,
Lincoln; medical' director. Dr. John B.
Ralph, Omaha; chaplain. Rev. Eraatus
Smith, Alma: judge advocate, E. K. Valen
tine. West Point; assistant adjutant gen
eral, W. 8. Askwlth, Omaha; council of ad
ministration. Frank Mallory of Ord. H. W.
Davis of Lincoln. R. Pin of Ashland. J.
D. Oarner of Lincoln. JO. J. Thomas of Lin
coln.. J '
. The following; were elected delegate to
the national - encampment: Delegate-at-larre.
Andrew Tralnor, , Omaha; delegates,
I D. M. Allen -of .Fremont, V. A. Stuart of
VFalrraont, B. B. K. Spalding of Omaha. C.
71. Horth of Shelton, C. 8. Lucas of Central
City. Ferd Brother of Beatrice; alternate-
at-large, . Jonathan Edwards. Omaha; al
ternates, James JdcKelyey of Juniata. Brad
P. Cook of Lincoln, W7 D. Prultt of Arapa
hoe. E. A. Bishop of Blue Springs. Charles
Harrier of Valley and H W. George of
1 These resolutions were unanimously
adopted by the encampment at yesterday
That the national encampment take ap
. proirlate action protesting against the
facing of a statue of- General Robert K.
Lee, the confederate commander. In the
ilall of Statuary In the capltol at Washes-ton.
That the Grand Army of the Republlo op
poses the acceptance of an Invitation to
any place where the Grand Army of the
Republlo encampment Is to be a drawing
u mi en 7 vinrr rxpuniion.
Disapproving the proposition of the ad
jutant general of the department for the
consolidation of the offices of adjutant gen
eral and quartermaster general.
Thanking the cltlsena of Fremont poat
No. 4. the Women's Relief corps. Daughtnra
of Veterans and the public schools of Fre
mont for their hospitality and for courtesies
The resolution In-itaemorlam to the 123
comrades of the Grand Army who had died
during the last year waa paased by a stand
ing vote with, bowed heads,1 while past De
partment Chaplain: Bros pronounced the
The following resolution was also adopted
by a standing vote and with a cheer:
Whereas. th Grand Army of the Repub
lic, through lis organization, has been en
abled to render great service to the coun
try through Its patriotic teachings and se
curing Just and timely legislation for the
benefit of worthy comrades; and,
Whereas, for the past twenty years the
department has been represented by a leg
islative committee appointed by the de
partment commander of able and devoted
comradea who have served without rom-
fiensatlnn, and- paying their own expenses
ii order to secure needed legislation, which
has resulted In the establishment of our
Soldier.' homes, the care- of unfortunate
comrades and their famtllea. the decent
burial of those who die and the enactment
of many other desirable laws approved by
a patrkitla and generous people; and.
whereas, our comrade. Past Department
Commander J. H. Culver, aa a member of
Uiat committee for all theae yeare. has
ever been at his post of duty, save the
time when he was absent again fighting
the battle of our country, and has ren
dered algnal and valuable service aa an
author and advocate of benenolal legisla
tion, always receiving courteous treatment
st the hands of the leglalators until this
winter, when he was viciously attacked
while In the line of hia duty by a member
of the legislature In open seseinn without
an opportunity to reply, therefore, be It,
Reilved. That we. In encampment ss
Seml.lrd. commend the members A this
commute for th.-lr faithful performance
of duty, and condemn the cowardly and un
' a"'rted attack of Representative Rouse
of Hall county upon Past t'ommsnder Cul
ve and consequent reflection upon thla
Haslaess Deals- at
PUTTE. Neb.. May 15. -(Special )-C. A.
th w1,hr banker, merchant
VS. id cattleman of Wood Lake and Fairfax,
cloeed a deal today with the town of Butte
whereby the Badger Roller mills of Holt
county, are to be moved to Butte and run
by electricity generated en the Sandy, a
creek rsnnlng into the mounCJaa south of
You Don't Buy Clothing Right.
NEW 6PRINO IIEADWEAR Two
brand new styles of The 'BoBton
Famous llata The Boston Derby, a
stiff hat of very graceful proportions
The Boston Tourist, a soft hat', ex
tremely stylish. j,0 rn
Either style at $A.OU
.VESTS, SHIRTS AND NECKWEAR
Our spring line of men's fancy and
wash vests is the greatest assortment
of exclusive novelties ever shown' in
Omaha. Included are all new effects
in Silk, Mercerized and Noppe cloths.
Prices, as usual, are the ai
very lowest f6 to 4)1 sO
Special Sale of Shirt Samples
Small lines and sample lota of nee-ll
roe shirts. 11.00 qualities. nfJC
Men's Fancy Hose
Special for Saturday In lace clock
ings, drop stitch and embroidered
stripes. EXTRA SPECIAL. 2C
Two pair for w
Special Sale of Youth's Fine
Sites a to 8. breast measure. Satur
$5.00, $7.50 & $10.00
Boys' Knee Pants Suits .
Arcs S to IS, double breasted Norfolk
and sailor styles that sell regularly
Men and Boyg.
Butte. He was given an exclusive fran
chlse for ten. years and a liberal bonus
and agree to put In an 1X-barrel mill and
a system of electrio lights. Work of re
moval and contracts for 'the whole Job
will be let tomorrow and the contract with
Butte calls for the mm to be In operation
by September L Also the electrio light
Another good deal for Butt waa closed
today, whereby the Anoka Btate bank will
be Immediately moved to Butte.
GERMANS SEE SUGAR FACTORY
pea Mast ! Day "Looklar Over
FREMONT, Neb.. May IS. (BpeelaX The
party of .Germane who are making a tour
-of thla -country to -Investigate ItS' Industrial
and agricultural condition pht last even
ing In this city. Their two- special cars came
tip from Omaha on train No. I on the Union
Paclflo, but contained only a few of the
visitors, most of them remaining in Omaha
and coming up on a later train. This some
what Interfered -with the arrangements and
the reception committee outnumbered the
guests. The visitors were taken up town
and given a banquet by the Commercial
club. Victor Belts officiated as toastmaster
and responses were made by Mayor Wolx,
John Haman and a number of the visitors
In German. This morning at 8:20 they left
for. Ames and Leavitt to aee the ranch of
the Standard Cattle company and the beet
sugar factory. They were met at Ames by
Manager R. M. Allen of the Standard com
pany and later at Leavitt went through the
sugar factory and around the fields, which
are being prepared for the beet crop. Aa a
number of the foremen of me factory are
educated Germans they explained to them
the details of the sugar manufacture and
the difference between German and Amer
ican methods. At noon a lunch was served,
They spent the greater part of the day at
Leavitt and expressed themselves as very
highly pleased with the reception accorded
them, the fac'lltles of the factory and the
progress being made in beet sugar manu
facture In Nebraska. Their next atop on
their tour 'of inspection will be Kearney,
where they will arrive early Saturday
Two Draggtats Get Permits.
TORK. Neb., May 15.-(Bpeelal.-The
large city hall was filled' last evening by
the Tork cltlsena who came to hear the
trial at council meeting of the granting of
druggists . permits. Remonstrances had
been filed, signed by thirty td forty people.
Remonstrances against Johnson A 'Co. and
Jerome A Co. having been withdrawn Just
before council meeting the council voted to
grant them druggists' permits. In ths petl
tlon of druggists for permits they neglected
to insert street and number of place of
business and that they were of good moral
character. Thla was called to the attention
of attorneys for the druggists, who at ones
withdrew the petition of ths other drug
gists. New petitions properly drawn will
be circulated and presented probably at the
next meeting of the council. A number of
witnesses for both sides were m attend
ance and the large audience was - dlsap'
pointed at not hearing the trial.
Jaaasaa Coaatr Mortgage Record
TECUMSEH. Neb., May 15. Special. )
During the month of April there were
twenty farm mortgages filed In the county
records of Johnson county. They aggre
gated I37.J85. During the same time thirty
one similar mortgages were released, which
amounted to S4,6S 10. Of city mortgages
nve were filed which amounted to I1.M0
and two were satisfied, amounting to txoo.
During the same month slxtv-two chattel
mortgages were filed, aggregating 17.82.2i;
and forty were released, which amounted
Teaeher Realga Places
DORCHESTER. Neb.. May 15 -(8peclal )
-Of the list of teachers recently elected.
Miss Estelle M. Asher has, resigned, her
position aa grammar teacher, to take effect
at the end of this school year, and Miss
aiaymie jaegson declined the position
primary teacher. Miss Laura Reynpld
Carson, la., waa chosen to flu thm
mentioned position and the other depart
ment is stiH ppen. 'a
Recovers Horse aad Baggy
PLATT8MOLTH. Neb.. May 15. - 8 pedal.
Sheriff J. D. McBrlde .of this city suc
ceeded In tracking ths fins team and buggy
wnicn was stolen from M. SL- Peters
isrmer reaming southwest of Plsttsmou
to University Place, where the driver
them Into a livery atable. The next
he took the beat horse, leaving the ot
and the buggy, and departed for parts
CHURCH IS GETTING EVEN
8ome Inaccuracies in Hii Statements Are
RUTH ABOUT THE BRIBERY CHARGES
O. W. Holdreae af tha B. Jt M. A p.
pears Before Assessnaeat Board
ad Makes Statemeat for
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, May 15.-(Speclal.) Some little
discussion is going the rounds relative to
the manner In which ex-State Oil Inspector
Hays Is getting even with Governor Mickey
because he refused to reappoint him. In
his letter to the public, Mr. Hays calls at
tention to the fact that he had filed charges
with the governor against Mr. Church, the
present Inspector, which In substance were
that Church had attempted to defeat the
passage by the legislature of the higher
test bill. He also stated In the communica
tion that when he and Manager Ruth of
tho Standard Oil company held a confer
ence with the governor he (Hays) left the
two together, and in less than an hour
was informed that Church had been
The truth of the matter la that Hays and
Ruth came out of the governor's office to
gether and went at once to the office ot
Mr. Hays, where they resumed the discus
sion as to whether the oil bill should be
passed. Immediately upon the arrival of
Mr. Ruth at the state house Governor
Mickey sent for Mr. Hays. The latter
claimed that the oil had been shipped after
he had notified the company of the raised
test. Mr. Ruth said that it had not
At that meeting Governor Mickey In
formed Mr. Hays that he did not want to
Interfere with the office of the oil inspector,
but In view of the shipment of the oil be
fore the company was notified of the pass
ing of the high test bill he thought the oil
should be passed. Mr. Hays emphatically
refused to pass It, for the simple reason.
It Is said, that he had an Idea that the
influence of the company, if It had any,
would be used against him for reappoint
ment. The charges against Mr. Church were
Investigated by the governor, as well as
was the spirit In which they were filed,
These charges, it was patent, were not filed
until It was generally believed that the
head of Mr. Hays was destined to hit the
Hays Not Deceived.
'Aa to the appointment of Church, his
name was given to the press only a few
minutes after Hays and Ruth had left the
office of the governor. The nameof Church
and the new deputies were given out by
Private Secretary Allen, who had not
talked with the governor after the confer
ence. Mr. Allen refused to give the names
of the appointees to the press until the
commissions were made out, and this work
waa finished about the time the conference
In the meantime Hays knew or should
have known all along that he waa not to
be reappointed, ao the governor did not de
celve him. Immediately upon the adjourn
ment of the convention that nominated
Governor Mickey, Hays got the ear of the
governor for reappointment. He waa in
formed before the inauguration that he
would be allowed , to serve out his time
until May 1, In that he was told that no
change would be made before that time.
That Hays knew he was not to be reap
pointed waa known to Hays long before
Church waa appointed there Is no doubt,
In an Interview he gave out ' In Omaha
many weeks before the governor acted,
Hays said he was pretty sure that he was
not to be the man. ' s
The fight for the place was bitter, though
until the last week or two before the ap
pointment was made the name of Church
was not mentioned. Church had at first
asked to be reinstated as deputy.
TratTa of Bribery Stories.
It la a tact that many propositions were
made In the interest of some of ths ap
plicants, and it is also a well known fact
that these same applicants, for this place
and others, would have stood a better
chance of getting a plum If the proposl
ttons had not been made. ,
It Is told on reliable authority that one
candidate for oil Inspector offered another
candidate for the place $1,000 If he would
withdraw. An applicant for governor of
the Soldiers' home Is f.lso alleged to have
offered to give half his salary to a relative
of the governor, and it la also stated that
one, candidate for food inspector offered to
put In three months of each year doing po
litical work for-the governor. As none of
these men were appointed the lurid bribery
stories which are floating around are of no
consequence so far as the governor Is con
cerned. ' '
It Is the general Impression of all who
visit the state capital who have discussed
the matter that Edward Church waa ap
pointed because Governor Mickey believed
that Church waa a good , man and would
attend to the duties of the office. If Church
passes any oil below the 113 degree test he
and hla bondsmen are responsible, and Mr,
Church has said he Intended to follow the
law, but he believed to do so In the matter
.of the cars Hays condemned on the last
day. of .his official career would have been
arbitrary and nothing short of confiscation.
Holdrege Is Heard.
The State Board of Assessment was at
It again today ana this morning General
Manager Holdrege of the Burlington A
Missouri talked to the members about the
error of increasing the assessment of that
road. At an Interesting point of the de
liberations of the board the circus parade
passed and to this common carrier of joy
ths board presented a solid front. The ad
journment was made without the motion
being put and during the passing of the
parade John N. Baldwin himself couldn't
have secured a hearing.
The members of the. board are not yet
ready to haxard an opinion aa to what
will happen or what they intend to do be
fore they get through with the figures
before them. And they have plenty of
figures to arrive at a Just conclusion. The
railroad representatives have made their
little speeches often and listened to others
when they made speeches. A representative
of the roads has always been on hand
when others were speaking to see that no
misstatements were made. ThU representa
tive has had ths opportunity to "chip" In
when It pleased him. The beard had acted
fairly with the railroads and there Is no
getting around that point.
For the people Edward Rosewater 'and
W." G. Ure have presented arguments to
the end that the truth of the "low assess
ment of railroad property would be called
to the attention of the board. They argued
from the records that were Indisputable
and each statement that was at all doubted
the railroad asent was on hand to befog
the mind of the board members or to create
a doubt and a doubt in such cases is a
good thing. Ths arguments mads by
these two gentlemen could not be
disputed. That the railroads were as
sessed at ridiculously low figures there Is
not ths slightest doubt, not even In the
minds of ths Board of Equalisation. Mr.
Weaton aald that hs had never contended
that railroads were not ssaesaed too low.
The board. K la more than probable, will
not Increase the assessment to anything
like what it should be. One man who
noticed the attitude of the board members
when Mr. Ure was making his talk said
he would be surprised If the bosrd did not
decrease fhe assessment. The bosrd no
doubt will act on the theory thst land la
assessed too low and that It does not like
to Uke the Initiative In bringing about
Just assessments. That seems to be the
position now and It Is more than likely tha!
Is what It will be when the board adjourns,
which will probably be tomorrow.
Interested la Wolf BonatyT
Thst wolf bounty claim allowed by the
last legislature IS creating some Interest
even out In Kansas and one holder of a
claim Is wondering why It Is that he has
Bot secured his portion. To find out hs
wrote this letter to the state treasurer:
BEATTIE. Kan.. May 1 Well I thousht
I wood rite you few Una to no what the
mater of that wolf money that It havent
cum yet. I wood lite hav It the sum of
$3i D. I dont no your name. State tracher
llncorn Nebraska. .
The writer did not say whether he killed
the wolves In Nebraska or Kansas, but the
letter has been filed and It It Is due him the
man will get his 128 D.
Photographers Eleet Officers.
The Nebrsska photographers will come
back to Lincoln next year for their annual
meeting. This was decided this morning
before final adjournment this afternoon.
Omaha made an effort to secure the picture
takers, but lost out. These officers were
elected: , President, Alva O. Townsend,
Lincoln; first vies president,, John F. Wil
son, Pawnee City; second vice president.
D. W. Wright, Nelson; secretary. E. R.
Tyson, Nebrsska City; treasurer, W. P.
Frits, Fremont. The members of the asso
ciation spent yesterday afternoon at Lin
Eatertalaaneat at Tataa,
TUTAN. Neb., May IE. (Special.) The
Tutan Maennerchor gave the second
grand entertainment since. Its organisation
last night tc a full house. It waa a suc
cess from an artistic and popular as well
aa financial standpoint. The program con
sisted ot English and German quartets
and choruses, bass and alto vocal solos by
Dr. and Mrs. Neff. piano solos-and duets.
comic recitations and dialogues.
Rev. G. A. Neeff left here today for
Madison where the central conference of
the German Nebraska synod of the Luth
eran church, general synod connection,
convenes frbm May 14 to 17. Fifteen min
isters will be present.-
Seniors Are Jaalors' Guests.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., May 18.-Speelal.-Last
night at the home of Miss Clara Car
ver, the Juniors of the Humboldt high school
tendered their annual reception to the sen
ior class. The spacious rooms were dec?
orated with palms and drapery of class
colors, pink and green, hanging In festoons
from all corners to the center of the
rooms. The class flower, pink roses, were
also very much in evidence. A literary
program was rendered.
FIRST COURT-MARTIAL ENDED
Verdict Will Not Be Kaowa Ti
Proaaolgated by General
FORT LEAVENWORTH. Kan., May 15.-
(Speclal.) The general court-martial In
session here trying- a number of atudent
officers charged with neglect of duty today
reached a verdict In tbe first of the six
cases that of Lieutenant Baker, First In
fantry. While nothing will be known of
the verdict as to guilt or innocence of the
accused until the promulgation of the order
by General Bates, the opinion prevails that
It waa acquittal and will be so In all of the
cases. ..t- i- -- :
Major Morton and Captain Bolles, Sixth
Infantry, are punsl. for he, accused off!
cers and are contesting every inch of the
ground. -:.m .-. ;
The other officers td be tried are Lieu
tenants Crockett, Twenty-fourth Infantry;
Jones, First cavalry: William M. True, Six
teenth Infantry; C. R. W. Morrison, Fifth
Infantry, and William A. Haycraft, Twen
ty-secona inrantry. Tnere is still some
doubt as to whether the last two named
officers are to be tried. Charges were pre
ferred against them, but the Impression pre
vails that they were not approved by the
Lieutenant McCnrthy. Nineteenth Infan
try, Is also to be tried before this court. He
Is charged with duplicating his pay ac
counts and with conduct of a nature that
may bring him a more serious sentence
than even dismissal from the army.
Inspector for Nebraska Militia.
FORT LEAVENWORTH. Kan.. May 15
(special.) Lieutenant Colonel M B.
Hughes, Tenth cavalry, has arranged with
the adjutant general of the state of Ne
bra ska to begin the inspection of state
troops on the Kth Inst.. ut his member
ship on the court-martial trying a number
of student officers at the post may pre
vent this. It Is understood he will ask to
be relieved from the court ao as to enable
Mm to carry out his arrangements with
the Nebraska adjutant general. Colonel
Hughes Is regularly stationed at Fort Rob
FIRES ARE BEYOND CONTROL
Heavy Wind Is Fanning F1
Foreats that Only Ralas Caa
SARATOGA. N. T ., May 15. Reports
from Indian Lake In tha Adlrondacks says
that a heavy, dry wind Is fanning the forest
fires, which are sweeping across a number
of townships In the counties of Warren,
Essex and Hamilton. The fires are beyond
control and only a rainstorm can check
LANCASTER, N. H., May 15.-Last
nlghKs rainfall, the first In weeks, checked
the forest fires thst have caused great dam
age In this vicinity. Not In years has the
northern part of this state and Vermont
been so thoronghly flreswept. The loss will
aggregate several hundred thousands of
dollars. . ...
VNIONTOWN. Pa.. May 15.-The moun
tain fires are still rsglng and threaten fur
ther destruction of property. J. B. Coleman
president of. the Oriental Powder company.
is in uniontown ana nls company Is prepar
ing to see that the flames do not get near
the powder house st Olyphant, which is one
of the largest In the country.
Select Starsjls Teachers.
8TURGI8. 8. D., May 15.-(8peclal.) Ths
Board of Education of this city has se
lected teachers for the next school term
T T v l -
iui. . vvu was re-employed as
principal. J. A. Staley of Chester, 111.,
nas oeen employed as assistant. Miss
Winifred Lemon, who has been serving a
assistant, will return to Omaha. Miss
Mattle Hughes, Miss Amy Beardshear and
Miss Llule Rebbe were retslned and Miss
Edith Cook, who Is at present teaching in
Lead City, was employed to Uke the prim
ary room, vacated by Miss 8usle Bird. wh
goes to Kellerourche. Miss Helen Os
motherly of Hot Springs waa employed to
take the eighth grade in place of Miss
Nettle Gore, who will devote her time ex
clusively to teaching music
What Follows Grist
Pneumonia often, but never when tw
ftlnf's New Discovery for Consumption la
used. It cures colds snd grip. (0c, tl.OO.
For sale by Kunn at Co.
Prepare for Renalon.
SIOUX FALLS. 8. D.. May U.-(8peclal.)
-ai a meeung or ine oia veterans and
other cttiaens of Montrose, committees were
appointed to perfect arrangements for the
" THERE IS HO
Suffered With Kidney and Liver
Trouble for Twelve Years
Pe-ru-na Cured Him Feels
Better Than for Twenty
Hon. William Watson Washburn, Presi
dent of the Louisiana Commercial Club
and a very well known man of New Or
leaps. La., writes from 637 Canal street:
"I am satisfied that tho re Is not a
finer medicine) placed before tha public
today than Peru n a. I have been trou
bled lor nearly twelve years with kid
ney and liver trouble, and at tlmea I
have been a pretty sick man, unable to
attend to my duties. I had about made
up my mind that no medicine could
help me, when one of your booklets
waa brought to my office which I read
In a leisure hour. I then decided to
Rive Peruna a trial and found that I had
at last secured the right medicine for
me. For two months I uaed It faith
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young man once more. Thla was over
a year ago and I have not had any trou
ble since. Although I am In the seven
ties I feel better and more active than
did thirty yeara ago." W. W.
Tried Other Remedies la Vain.
Mr. E. F. Post, 138 Bleecker street. New
Tork City, writes:
Catarrh has troubled me for aome years
past. I read of the cures effected by Pe
runa In the newspapers and after having
tried other remedies In vain, got complete
relief from your remedy. I have no hesita
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Mr. Post waa for three years. 1896. 1897 and
1S9S, a member of the New Tork Assem
bly. He Is now giving his whole time to
the Insurance business and holds a re
sponsible position under the John Hancock
Insurance Co. of Boston. , His office Is at
138 Bleecker street and his residence at 128
W. Thirty-sixth street
Pe-rn-aa of Valae la Kidney Troable.
Mr. H. M. Rice. 801 Elliott Square, Buf
falo, N, T., Is Secretary of the Pan-Ameri
can College Students' Association. '
'I endorse Peruna because I have found
It of value for stomach or kidney troubles,
old soldiers' reunion, which wilt be held at
Montrose on Thursday and Friday, June
18 and It. The reunion is expected to be
the most Interesting ever held In this part
of the state. An excellent program will
be prepared and every effort Made to en
tertain In the best possible manner all who
visit Montrose on that occasion.
Many Settlers In Meade.
STURGIS, 8. D., May 15. (Special )
That Meade county Is to have a com-ld-erable
Increase of population during the
present year Is generally conceded. While
this influx of newcomera will not reach
the proportions of a boom, it will never
theless be sufficient to show a marked
effect on the Interests of ' the county.
Thousands of acres will be filed upin eni
several hundred families will be located
In their new Meade county homes before
the close of the season.
FORECAST OFJTHE WEATHER
Two Fair, Warm Days Are Promised
Most of tho Middle
WASHINGTON, May 15.-Forecast : .
For Nebraska and Kansas Fair and
warmer Saturday; Sunday, fair, except
showers and cooler In west portion.
For Iowa and Missouri Fair Saturday
For Illinois Fair-Saturday and Sunday;
warmer Saturday In northeast portion;
fresh south to southeast winas. .
For Colorado Fair Saturday and warmsr
In east portion; Sunday, showers and
For South Dakota Fair Saturday and
warmer In extreme wast portion; Sunday,
showers and cooler.
For Montana Showers Saturday and
probably 8unday; cooler Saturday and In
extreme southeast portions Sunday.
For Wvomlni Fair and warmer In east,
showers and cooler In west portion Satur
day: Sunday, . fair, except showers and
cooler in southeast portion.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. May 15. OfSclal record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding dsy of the last three
Vear: 190S. 19f. 190'. MOP
Maximum temperature... 7 M 7 64
Minimum temperature.... 0 61 M bS
Mean temperature J M S 0
Precipitation 1 . -29
Record of temperature and precp.tatton
at Omaha for this dsy and sines March 1.
tor tne oay
Total excess since March 1..
Dencteney for the day ........
Total rainfall since March 1
ri.flpf.ni-u since March 1....
t.m.iu- f-.r rnr. Derlod. 19-r? I.Z7 inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1901... 1.45 inches
Reports front Stations at T P. M.
'H n 2
; ! 1 1 I
: - : ? :
: . " :
74 :i .o
74 7 .f0
7t 72 .0
S2 ttl .0)
v ft I .00
IV 70 ,0
7i H .00
', ;s .oo
4 Mi .00
7, 8JI T
74! 7l .0
,7S HI .0)
71 78 .00
4 701 .0)
tVt 6 .00
W , .00
7S, S0 .14
CONDITION OF THE
North- Platte, pertly cloudy.
Salt Lake, clear
Rapid City, cloudy
Huron, clear '.
St. Louis, clear
St. Paul, clear
K annas City, clear
Havre, partly cloudy
Galveston, partly cloudy
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH,
..AiOcal Forecast Official.
OF LOUISIANA SAYS
g WW WASHBURN'
v PPESIDSNT LOUISIANA COMMERCIAL CJMB A ,
I was cured In fourteen days of a severe
case of catarrh of the stomach, which had
left me weak and nervous. .
"I am new as well and strong as any
man could wish to be, and enjoy good
health, thanks to Its dally use."
"Several young men of my acquaint
ance who have suffered with stomach
trouble, liver and kidney disorders,
have been cured by Peruna, so I feel
convinced of Ita merits." rl. fl. Rice.
Liver Complaint Resulting from a Cold
Miss Jessie F. Podmore, . Sarahac Lake,
N. Y., Is President of the Saranao Woman's
Athletic Club. She writes: -
"Three years ago I had a severe attack
of liver complaint, which originated from
a neglected cold. My system was clogged
up, and finally my liver became affected.
I had severe headaches, backaches and
lack of vitality soon told on my nervous
"Peruna proved my true friend, and five
bottles completely restored my health and.
former vigor. . I was very much surprised
and am now a firm friend and strong be
liever In your medicine. "
"Several of my friends wrjp' havo suf
fered with stomach derangements and ca
tarrh have also been speedllyi cured."
Jessie Podmore. ,
From time Immemorial cathartics and
diuretics have been used 'as the 'proper
remedies -for liver and kidney diseases.. If
a. man hae anything the matter with gits
A few vacant
. ' . However, among these are one very
choice room and some small, but
very desirable rooms. ...
All these offices have the advantage, without extra
charge, of splendid janitor service ail night and Sunday
elevator service, electric lights, hardwood finish, and the
best of office neighbors.
THE BEE BUILDING
Two Rooms at $10 Per nonth A Suits ot Two Rooms -On
These rooms are rather small. tbe OftU floor. Tbece rooais are
but so Is tbe rental price. They both fair-sized rwoms nod have
Xrtr.ef1J,.ndJ!,re dd" been newy Crated, so that
r?nts? r? TT T?? thcr re particularly attntrtJv..
w?J P.n$ "S hea,U llghti The price per month r-
water and Janitor service and ror tha two M-m
all the advanta(e of Ct -y r tw tu"M' & O
being in Tho Bee I f 1 " " "
Bide;. Price per month
A Clood sized R0om w,th Vau,t A( Qf,, on he Qrouna pioo,-
-1 his room, besides having a This office faces Seventeenth
Urge burglar-proof vault Is lo- atreet It la large, light and has
cated next to tbe elevator on the been newly decorated. The
fourth floor. It la tbe only room rental price Includee light.
. of this character In tho build- water and Janitor service. It has
Ing tbart la vacant and one of a very large burglar-proof vault,
the few rooms at this price with Tart of this room la
a vault. It Is pleas- -f Q partitioned off as a v
ant, good sired room- J 4 private office. Price il I
Price per month "v-r per month t-'
R. C. Peters & Co., Rental Agents
Ground Floor, Bee Building.
7W Cs, Cm nU Btmtk, Csenu.
Go West, to the Ocean
California's summer climate is finest in the world.
Cool Trip on 1ht Santa Ft.
Surfrbathing ocean breezes snow-capped Sierras.
You csn buv a combination round-trip ticket to San Diego this summer include
ing railroad and Pullman fare, meal en rouse, one day at Grand Canyon, and
two weeks' bosrd and lodging st Coronsdo Tent City at a very low pi ice.
Tent City is a popular Southern California susomrr seaside resort.
WnU ftrutt pmrtKutti mhmt fu VAr(W saraMa inf.
AleuUea. teaeka 4
Santa ft By.
THAN PER UN A."
liver give him a cathratla (cholngogue), so
the doctors say, and so tha peoplo iwy. if
the kldneya do not act properly, give him a
diuretic; so the doctors say, so most people
say. Thus It Is the liver and kldneya are
prodded and whipped Into greater activity
every time their functions flag.
Such people do not seem to understand
that there Is any such disease aa catarrh
of ths liver and catarrh of the kidneys.
Cathartics and diuretics only aggravate
catarrh of the liver nad kidneys. Peruna
Is neither a cathartic nor- diuretic. Pe
runa Is a oatarrh remedy. " This explains
why It Iff that Pertina cures a great num
ber of liver and kidney diseases in which
the usual remedies fall.
It Is worse than useless to prescribe ca
thartics for catarrh of the liver. . It Is,
worse than useless to prescribe diuretics
for catarrh of the kidneys. Such remedies
only Irritate and make matters worse.
Peruna cures such cuses promptly and
permanently. Peruna cures catarrh
wherever It lurks In the system,- whe
ther of the head, nose, throat, langs,
stomach, kidneys, liver or pelvic or
If you do hot derjve prompt and satisfac
tory results from the use of Peruna, write
at once to Dr. Hartman. giving a full
statement of your case, and he will be
pleased to irlve you his valuable advice
gratlx. . . .
. Address Dr. , Hartman, President of The
Hsrtmn ranitarlum, Cplumbus, Ohio, j
and only a few
E. L. PALMER.
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