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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1903.
SCALPERS WIN LAW FIGHT
Louisiana Oourt Befaset Injunction Staying
Bale of Excursion Ticket. ..
FEDERAL JUDGE IS NOT SO LENIENT
Hew Orleans at Kortheaatero, Pre
ferrlasr State Jurists, is alone
Left Vaproteeted la War
NEW ORLEANS, Mar 18-The state
supreme court today decided that the New
Orleans tt Northeastern Railroad com
pany was not entitled to an Injunction
against scalpers, an application was made
(or a writ of mandamus to compel the
judges of the said district oourt to show
cause why they should not Issue an In
junction enjoining scalpers from trafficking
In the excursion tickets being put out for
the Confederate veterans' reunion.
In deciding the case, the court says:
"On consideration of the application, the
conclusion is reached that the mandamus
applied for should not be granted."
This finally settles the matter so far as
the state courts are concerned.
Judge Boorman, sitting In place of Judge
Harlange, In the United States District
court, on Sunday last, granted the Louis
ville at Nashville , railroad a sweeping
Injunction forbidding scalpers from deal
ing In these tlckeU. All trunk lines en
tering this city joined In the cause ex
cept the Northeastern, the latter going
. Into the state courts.
DOCTOR IS HELDF0R MURDER
Introduces Ho Evidence in Hie Own
Behalf at Preliminary
BUFFALO, Wyo., May 18. (Special Tele
gram.) Dr. Norrls O. Potts, who shot and
killed Samuel Jackson at Kaycee a week
ago, was given a preliminary hearing to
day" ahd bouid-over,"to the district court
without ball on the . charge of murder In
the first degree.- The testimony showed
that Potts and his victim were drunk at
the time the shooting occurred and that
the evidence against the doctor is some
what circumstantial.'' The line ot the de
fense has not been disclosed.
PRESIDENT HONORS HANNA
Prom lies to Be Present When Sen
tor's Daughter is Married
CLEVELAND, O., May 18. Prealdent
Roosevelt accepted an Invitation to attend
the wedding of Miss Ruth Hanna and J
seph MedlU MoCormlck of Chicago on
June 10. , ,
The president and Mrs. Roosevelt will
arrive at Cleveland ' on the morning of
June S, probably returning home on the
following afternoon, 'iha ceremony will
be performed in 8t Paul's Episcopal
church, on Euclid avenue, by Ulshop
Leonard. 1 -
NEGRO PARSON LOsTs CASH
Jadge Declares Act Unconstitutional
Cade Which Pullman Company
TRENTON, N. J., May 18. Judge Kirk
patrick In the United States circuit court
today set aside the verdict for loOO given
"Henry T. Johnson, a colored minister,
against the Pullman company. Johnson
sued because he was refused a seat In a
The ault was brought tinder the federal
act of March. 1875, which Judge Xlrkpat
rlck said has been declared unconstitu
tional. TARKINGTON SERIOUSLY ILL
one Author's Temperature Rises
High and Condition Is Gen
INDIANAPOLIS, May 18. Booth Tark-
Ington. who Is suffering from typhoid fever,
Is much worse tonight and his tempera
ture Is 108. He has ben unable 10 take
solid food for several weeks and Is wea.
RELIGIOUS EXILES ARRIVE
Slaters and Students from Franco
Seek Freedom of Thought In
NEW YORK. May 18.-The French
Steamer LaChampagne which arrived today
rsn & 7.rt
pure. The critical ordeal through which the expectant mother must
pass, however, is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger,
that the very thought of it fills her with apprehension and horror!
I here is no necessity for the reproduction of life to be either painful
or dangerous. The use of Mother' Friend so prepares the system for
the coming event that it is safely passed without any danger. This
remedy is always
lias carried thousands
of women through
the trying crisis without suffering.
8iid or tree book oonutnlng lnformauoa
Tfcs Brtdflul J Rtgulatsr C., Atlssta, ,
from Havre, brought sixty-four religious
exiles from France, tour sisters And sixty
brothers, the latter with two exceptions
being young students. Forty-six of the
latter go to Metuencaen N- J- The others
will go to Montreal. ; '' '
TORNADO DESTROYS HOUSES
Wind Plays Havoo with Trees ad
Cblmaeys la Oklav . '
GUTHRIE. Okla., May 18 A tornado
struck the western edge of this city to
night at 7 and following the ridge, blew
down many trees and demolished several
chimneys. No great damage was done
until it crossed the Cottonwood, going
nearly due north.
Here between the Cottonwood and the
Clmmaron rivers it blew down two houses,
The occupants escaped Injury by going
to a cyclone cellar. '
JEWELLED CROSS FOR PRELATE
Coaaty Is Dlaed at Farewell Da
qoet Before Leaving for
TAUNTON, Mass., May 18 A oompll
mentary banquet was given this evening
to Right Rev, Bishop Thomas J. Conaty
who was assigned to the diocese of Los
Angeles, Cel., on the close ot his work
as rector of the Catbollo University at
An Incident of the evening was the
presentation of a pectortal croas of gold
set with precious stcnes. '
Tramp Falls from Train.
RED CLOUD, Neb., May 11 8ueelal.)
A tramp giving the name of McAvoy was
picked up by the section men yesterday
.tbout four miles east of iiere In an un
conscious condition. He had fallen from
an Incoming passenger train and slid down
a twenty-foot bank. His head and spine
were badly injured and no is now lying
In the county jail in a seml-c mtrloita con
dition. He hag but one leg and a tough
looking character. - -
FORECAST 0FJHE WEATHER
Fair Today la Nebraska, with Local
Rains and Thunder in
WASHINGTON, May 18. Forecast: .
For Nebraska and South Dakota Fair
Tuesday, cooler in eaat portions) Wednes
day fair and warmer.
For Iowa and Missouri Local rains and
thunderstorms Tuesday, cooler in west por
tions; Wednesday fair, fresh south winds,
For Illinois Showers Tuesday; Wednes
day fair; fresh south winds.
For. Colorado and Wyoming Fair and
warmer Tuesday; Wednesday fair.
For Kansas Fair Tuesday and Wednes
day; warmer Wednesday.
For Montana Rain and warmer Tuesday;
Wednesday fair and warmer.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. May 18. Official record of tm.
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the last thres
. WW. 1902. 1901. 1000
Maximum temperature .. 79 85 86 M
minimum temperature ... ba to 61 61
Mean temperature 72 77 74 54
Precipitation 00 .00 . 00 . 23
Kecord or temperature and precipitation
i umsua ivr una uay ana since March 1.
excess ror the day in
Total excess since March 1 yo
ivormai precipitation 14 Inch
Deficiency for the day 14 inrh
Total rainfall alnce March 1... .5.82 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 1.22 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1902.. .8.66 Inches
Deficiency for cor, period, 1901... 1.87 Inches
Reports from Stations at T P. M.
i 2 : 3 R
: is 5 I
- : 5 :
: : " ;
76 791 .00
to 7 .00
44 t .00
4 ' 6.' .00
48 60 .04
4i On .20
74 80 .00
41' 4j .18
7H 8-.' .01
74 78 .04
:- 7 .110
78 78 T
7 2 7ti .00
SO 12 .40
3X 3X' .08
84 821 .01
74 78 .00
CONDITION OF THE
Cheyenne, cloudy ....
Rapid City, raining
WlUlston, cloudy ,
Chicago, clear ,
St. l.ouls, clear
St. Paul, part cloudy ....
Davenport, cloudy .......
Kunaas City, part cloudy
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
U A. WELSH.
Local Forecast Offlclul.
No woman's happi.
nest can be complete
without children ; it
is her nature to love
and wan,- them
a much so si
it is to love the
aaw. " FJ
Jaw O m jfTI TM
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U U U Kts0 U
NEW BEAL SCHOOL BUILDING
Board of Education Deoidai to Beplsoe
Frame Structure with Erick.
MORE ROOM FOR THE ION 3 ANNEX
Lot Adjoining Present Site is Offered
to Board with Petition Asking
for Its Purchase as
The Omaha Board of Education surprised
Itself last night by passing all resolutions
proposed and falling to have a single de
bate. Member Maynard presided In the
absence of both President Johnson and
The board formally declared Its Inten
tion of rebuilding the Beat school, which
was badly damaged by Are last winter.
A resolution Introduced by Member Det
wleler recited the determination of the
board to have a new, permanent, eight-
room brick building conMructed at the
earliest possible convenience. Coupled to
this was the promise that the school will
adequately provide for the needs of the
district. At present many of the former
pupils have to travel long distances to
Echo of the Lockout.
John Reynard and John H. Harte, as a
committee of the Omaha Carpenter Con
tractors' asociatlon Importuned the board
to "co-operate with us in trying to bring
about an adjustment of the present car
penters' strike In Omaha." It was sug
gested that a committee be appointed. No
action was taken on the communication
other than referlng it to the buildings and
property committee, to which committee
was sent also, the demand of the carpe
t.ers for a minimum wage scale of 50 cents
John P. Breen will be special assistant
counsel In the effort the board Is making
to secure a rehearing of the McDonald
damage suit before the supreme court.
His selection by the Judiciary commltte
was confirmed by the board as a whole
The annual encampment of the high
school cadets will be ot Auburn, Neb., and
the dates Juno 13-17, Inclusive. Superin
tendent Pearse's recommendation to this
effect being adopted by the board. Per
mission was given to the Latin depart
ment of the high school and the P. O. 8.
society to hold each a pay entertainment,
and the sum of 72 was authorised to be
spent on Instruments for the cadet band.
More Room for Long Annex.
John N. Frenrer, on behalf of the owner
of a 60x128 foot lot adjoining Long Annex
school on the east submitted a proposi
tion for the sale of the lot to the school
district for 81,380. Attached was a com
munication said to be from 104 persons
of the Long Annex territory requesting
that the lot be purchased and used for a
school play ground in order to keep the
children from the streets. The matter
was referred to the committee on build
ings and property,
Member Homan secured the adoption of
a resolution directing the acquisition ot
pulleys, hangers, shafting, etc., necessary
to operate the high school manual train
ing department extension. He explained
that equipment except that enumerated
has been obtained but that it is useless
without the necessary mechanism
Worn copies of Appleton's readers In the
grades will be substituted by "Stepping
Stones of Literature"!, t. the 'number of
,100, at the end of the school ear. . This
was decided upon by recommendation of
the text book committee.
According to the report of Superintendent
Pearse the school attendance April 21 was
15.626. an Increase ot 448 over the same
time last year.
To Take the Census.
The following enumerators for the 1903
school census was appointed:
First ward Mrs. W. H. Hay. Charles
Second ward idary uooaman, Km ma
Third ward rt. . uniespie, jii. u. uienn.
Fourth ward Liszle Banker. Mary Alter.
Fifth ward Anna B. Heaton. C. W. Ltn.
Sixth ward E. M. Koblnson, B. 8. Ander
Seventh ward Christina Btover, Angelina
Eighth ward Sarah McChene, Huldah
Ninth ward A. T. Ayers, Mrs. HirnlHh
The secretary presented the following
statement of the funds May 1st:
Appor- Ex- Re-
tioned.' pended. malnlng.
Advertising t 136 t 51.60 f 83.C0
2,000 418.60 1.5H1.40
8,000 I 6,904.14 2,ifj6.m
300 223.00 77.00
tion .XQ 916.77
Construction 55.0U) 3.ti60.W)
Draw., Kind, and
music supplies.. i-tjt.os
Election expense.. 2. 700 2,526. o4
Electric power.... ISO IX.00
mittee i 10U.UO
Express, freight.. 5"0 4-71
Fuel lo.UAl 10,030. dl
Furniture and fix
tures 3,090 8,014.13
Improvements ... lO.ooo 6,4.1.19
Insurance 1,830 l.SoS.OO
Interest and ex- .
change 47.Ht in.bn-j.is
Janitors SO.miO 28,5(X.63
Lla-ht. fuel gas...
Mans, charts and
Piano tuning 100
Reoa rs 10.000
Salaries officers and
Special taxes 2.000
Teachers 271.000 215.849.43
Miscellaneous .... l.oou i.jis.sa
fund 46.040 47.600.00
Insurance 1.000 1,000.00
Totals $508,900 8Xi9.292.91 8117,308. ft
i a mniinli exrjended In excess
of estimates 7,699.75
Comparative statement of expenditures
for first ten months of school years ending
June 30, 1902, and June 30, 1903:
Advertising $ 81 89
Architect's services 8. 406.18
Census enumeration .... 9"4 60
Draw., Kind, and muslo
Election expense 2,irt9 41
Electric power S64 00
Examining committee.. 75.00
Express and freight .... 6). 60
Furniture and fixtures.. 48 87
Improvements 6. 11.24
Interest and exchange.. 26.772.21
Light snd fuel gas 613.06
Printing 1,416 60
Piano tuning 97.37
Rent M "5
Salaries, officers and
clerks S.436 66
Stationery and supplies. 6. 81 2 23
Sites 500 oi
Teachers 218.li S4
Bond redemption fund.. 72,613 42
Insurance l.mo no
High school b id g fund. 7.445.29
( 836 64
Totals $431,727.06 $299.292. M
Cssh tn treasury July 1,
1W2 $170 48 ?
Cash received during year 83 313 S3
tTo May 1. Iiw3.)
July 1. 1902 $241,360 5
Isaued during tne year to
May 1. 19U1 3fO.292.tl
Deficit May t 1W.. WM91.
General fund warrants outstand
ing July 1. lsna I1W 41 T8
Cash In treasury May 1, 1903 ,K0.4S
Deficit May 1. 1M $106,491.2
Balance in High School building
fund May 1. Wa 1.SO9.08
YATES SIGNS MUELLER BILL
Chicago Gets Desired Traction Mens
ro Which Caused Riot In
SPRINGFIELD, III., May lS.-Governor
Tates tonight signed the Mueller bill, the
Chicago traction bill, the threatened de
feat of which led to the recent riot In the
house of representatives. '
In approving the bill the governor de
scribes It as faulty but says he has such
confidence In the present city council of
Chicago that he will not veto the bill and
thus necessitate a special session. He adds,
I wish to distinctly state that If in the
year of 19uS the city council of the city of
Chicago should pass a grant or ordinance
Imposing terms so manltestly onerous thnt
ncitner me city council oi iwu nor ine
grantee of 193 could take over the prop
erty aa proposed, I will not hesitate to as
semble, wunln twenty-four hours, the gen
eral assembly In special seoslnn lor the
purpose of repealing this act and providing
an act with necessary restrictions.
ERNE WINS FIGHT 0N FOUL
Former Lightweight Champion Gets
Decision Over Zurbrlck In
BUFFALO. May 18. Frank Erne, the
former lightweight champion, won from
Warren Zurbrlck at Fort Erie tonlttht.
Erne was given the decision on a foul in
the tenth round.
Zurbrlck started In with the evident pur
pose of rushing matters, but fc.rne s clover
foot work prevented this plan being put
tame. Then Erne cut loose and toneJ mat
liliu CAn ll l nil l, inn Ulfll IWU juuiius I D
ters. In the fourth there was a tirce
mixup. Zurbrlck seemed to have the flpht
well In hand. Erne appeared to regain
some of his old-time form In the Hert,'iitti
nd In the eighth and ninth fought cnu-
tlously. In the tenth Zurbrlck caught
Krne about the Mead In a clincn. 1 ne
referee cautioned him. In a moment Zur
brlck fouled In a clinch. Erne drove some
stinging blows into Zurbrlck s head and
the Tatter clinched and punched vigorously.
The referee then gave the fight to Krne.
FUNNY MEN HOLD MEETING
Omaha and Lincoln Newspaper
Attend Both of New Con
ventions. BALTIMORE, May 18-The first annual
convention of the Poets, Humorists and
Paragraphers of the American Press
opened tonight with a reception to the
members at the Journalist's club.
Among those In attendance are: May-
field, Omaha and A. L, Blxy, Lincoln,
Indlanola Roller Mills.
INDIANOLA. Ia., May 18. (Special.)
The worst fire In this city l-r y-.-ars was
.the burning of the Indlanola Ko'ler mills.
owned by Hulen St Chilcoat, at 8 o'clock
Sunday evening. The mills were burned to
the ground, the walls collapsing Kt 8:45,
making a total loss of $23,000. The amount
of Insurance is not now known, n both ot
the owners of the mill are out cf the city.
Talks to the Graduate.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., May -Opeclal )-
The annual baccalaureate sermon delivered
to the high school class rf 1903 Attracted a
large crowd to the Presbyterian church on
Sunday evening, no services being held
either the Methodist or Christian church.
The speaker was Rev. Mr. Cobb, the local
Methodist pastor. A special muMcal pro
gram was rendered by a double quartet,
consisting of Mesdames Davis, Shirley,
Klndlg and Tinker and Messrs. Litchfield,
Stewart, Smith and Howe, Miss perle
Carver presiding at the Instrument. Solos
were rendered by Mrs. Davis and Mr.
Stewart Rev. Mr. Wl son of the Chris. Ian
church assisted in the devotional part of
Rlerts ftchool Superintendent.
BEATRICE, Neb., May 18. (Speclal.)-
At a special meeting of the Board of Ed'
ucatlon Saturday night C. A. Fulmer ot
Tl M . .. iin.nlmnii.lv nU..1
V . V . " V .
superintendent of the Beatrice publto
schools to succeed W. L. Stephens, r
signed. Mr. Fulmer Is Just closing his fifth
year as superintendent of the Pawnee City
schools. He Is president of the State
Teachers' association, a member of the
State Reading circle and is recugnl-.ed as
one of the prominent educators in tne
state. His salary was fixed at fl.MX .
Bound Over for Aaaault.
BEATRICE, Neb., May 18. (Special
Telegram.) John Kramer, who was ar
rested recently on a complaint sworn out
by Miss Anna Kreuger, charging him with
assault, had his preliminary htarlng today
before Judge Walker, which resulted in
his being held to the district court In
bonds of $1,000. Bonds were Immediately
furnished by Kramer's father, who Is
wealthy farmer residing near Firth.
The London Express prints this poem
with a double reading. Read It as' It
stands, and woman Is highly flattered, but
read alternate lines (one snd three, two
and four of each verse), and the sentiment
Is very much the reverse:
Happy a man may pass his life
If he's directed by a wife;
If free from matrimonial chains
lie's sure to suffer for his pains.
No tongue Is able to unfold
The virtues In a woman you behold;
The falsehoods that in woman dwell,
Are almost imperceptible.
In woman's heart you'll see appear
Truth, darling of a heart sincere;
Hypocrisy, deceit and pride.
In woman never can abide.
Destruction take the men, I say.
Who no regard to woman pay;
Who make the women their delight.
Keep always reason In their sight.
Bnrled Bealde His Wife.
The body of Lewis Wolfe, wt.o dl-d early
Monday morning at hie home, 1431 North
Hov.ntwnih street, will bo taken to Utlca.
v v tor burial. His two sins, L'air.ey
and Samuel, and his daughter Ftnnlt have
this oftomnnn to accompany ine remains
to I'tUa. where the Intermmit Is t. le
made at the side of his alfe, i eicl In
Omaha about a year ago.
Teamsters Klect Delegates.
At a metlnar of Team Drivers' union No.
71 at Labor temple last nlaht these mem
bers were elected aeiegaies to tne annual
.nni'.ntlnii of the international ora-tnlza
tlon to be held AuguHt 1 at Niagara Falle:
J. ri. t rews, rt. I.. iit-ia. r.u vnrmy, .
F. Sefus, A. K. Biiepara, jonn Murray, A.
The following msrriage licenses have
Name and address Age
Charles A. II. Sandstedh, Omaha 31
Emma Nelson, Hooper ii
Arthur E. Oaston, Clay Center Kana ... 2"
Lulu E. Worsley, Clay Center, Kana x
John Nelson. Hooper 43
Matilda Malmberg. Omaha 12
James E. Crabtree, Albright 28
Jennie Bump. Albright 20
Charles L. Allen. Omaha 18
Carrie B. Pickering, Omaha 2
Richard Pratt, South Omaha 23
Margaret Dell. Omaha 25
Joseph Trits, Omaha 22
Mary Krejcl. umana n
William F. Abendroth, Bancroft 25
Emma Oade, fis&ninf ton 1$
PROBING THE LUSE KILLING
Grand Jury at Ainsworth to Look Into
SHOT BY RAILROAD DETECTIVE HANS
Other Matters at Both Alnaworth and
Lougr Pino Likely to Be Looked
Into Beforo Body Ad-Jonrns.
AINSWORTH, Neb., May 18. (Special
Telegram.) District court convened this
morning, with Judge Harrington presiding.
The grand jury was sworn In and In
structed by the judge. From all Indica
tions and some Information the grand jury
has been called to Investigate the killing ot
Dave Luse two years ago by Detective
Hans of the Elkhorn road, which caused
such Intense excitement here at the t me.
It is be'.leved some other matters here and
at Long. Pine will receive attention at the
hands of the jury.
The petit jury was excused this after
noon until such time as the court should
call It back, which indicates the uossl
blllty of an extra term of court a few
weeks hence. The present Is the light',
docket of any time for years and court
will probably adjourn within three days.
Death Dae to Accident.
FREMONT, Neb., May 18. (Speclal.)
Coroner Brown held an inquest over the
body of Henry McMartln, who was found
dead alongside the Union Pacific tracks
Sunday night, this morning and the jury
brought In a verdict of death from causes
unknown. It appeared from the evidence
that McMartln had been working as a
switchman In the yards of the Missouri
Paclflo at Kansas City, but had been
obliged to give up his work on account ot
lung trouble and was on his way to hit
parents' home In this city. The .point
where the accident occurred Is about three
blocks south of his father's house, and It
looks as though he walked out to the plat
form and down the steps and, there being
a curve at this point, lost h!s balance and
wfcs thrown off, striking on his head,
causing a hemorrhage. No bones were
broken and he only sustained a few slight
bruises. His funeral was held this after
noon from the residence of his brother,
Howard McMartln, on First street, and
was largely attended.
York Has Cheap Power.
YORK, Neb., May 18.-(Speclal.)-Helsler
Co., contractors, have built a large
brick building and are Installing planing
mill machinery, which will bo operated by
electric power that Is furnished them at
the low cost of 15 cents per hour for five
horse power. There is enough planing mill
work needed In Tork to keep a planing
mill busy most of the time. Owing to
cheapness of power a number of small
manufacturing plants have started and
nearly all manufacturing plants are using
even Crndnntes nt Dorchester.
DORCHESTER, Neb., May 18. (Special.)
Programs for the fourteenth annual
commencement of the Dorchester High
school, which will occur May 29, are Just
Issued. The class this year numbers seven.
The speaker for this occasion Is W. H.
Clemmons, president of the Fremont Nor
mal school. Rev. T. A. Hull, pastor ot
the Methodist Episcopal church, will de
liver the ' baccalaureate address on Sun
day evening, May 24.
Lincoln Grocers G to Beatrice.
BEATRICE, Neb., May IS. (Speclal.)
The annual picnic of the Lincoln Retail
Grocers' association will be held cn the
Chautauqua grounds here on June 17. A
committee of the association was In the
city today looking over the gronnris end
making final arrangements. It fi estl
mated that about 1,600 to 2 000 persons. In
cluding members of the assoclitldn and
their families, will be here to Attend the
Opera House Changes Hnnds.
FREMONT. Neb., May 18.-Speclal.)-A
real estate deal of considerable Import
ance has Just been completed here. L. P.
Larson purchased from Para and Roma
Love the Love opera house, the considers
tlon being ziz.oou, which is less than a
i third of what the building cost. Mr. .Lar
. . . , ,h ... .
son will move his store to the :ir.t story
of the building and William Johnson has
a lease of the upstairs for the next season,
Blind Horse Plays Havoc.
BEATRICE, Neb., May 18. (Special.)
A blind horse ran away here today and
besides breaking out two plate glasses In
Randall Bros.' and W. R. Jones' business
houses It demolished several vehicles and
ran over a boy named Edward Jackson
injuring him slightly. The horse was badly
cut by coming in contact with the glass
and may die.
Court of Honor Memorial.
BEATRICE. Neb., May 18.-(Speclal )-
Sunday was observed as memorlsl day of
the Court of Honor of this City. Services
were held at Centenary Methodist Eplsco
pal church In the morning, at which there
was a very large attendance of lodge mem
bers and others. The sermon was delivered
by Rev. D. L. Thomaa.
Albion Odd Fellows Fleet.
ALBION. Neb., May 18 (Special.) The
annual election of officers of Albion lodge
No. 71, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons
resulted as follows: F. M. Weltsel, wor
shipful master; John Bliss, senior warden
W. C. Weltiel, Junior warden; Isaac Let-
son, treasurer; T. F. Martin, secretary.
Little Liver Pills.
taut r Slgnatuf f
FOI TOlfll LIVER.
rci tmew uii.
fTury small aaot
. SO take as
I A a rr-rt-iVftl
HOT liIIH FOR EVERYTHHIC
But if You Have Kidney, Liver or Bladder Trouble,
You Will Find the Great Remedy Swnmp
Rot, Just What You Need.
It used to be considered that only
urinary and bladder troubles were to ba
traced to the . kidneys, but now modern
science proves that nearly all diseases
have their beginning in the disorder ot
thess most important organs.
Therefore, when your kidneys are weak
or out of order, you ran understand how
quickly your entire body Is affected, and
how every organ seems to fall to do ita
It you are sick or "feet badly," begin
taking the famous nsw discovery. Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Root, because as soon aa
your kidneys are well they will help all
the other organs to health. A trial will
Doctors Prosorlb Swamp-Root
OentlanMa: "t bar Biwrib that wroiderral
Iml7 lor kUnay ana bl4arr comnlaiata, Pr. Kll
iw'l Swamp-Root, with awt benoflclal ana
know of mnr nm tr Its . Tho pillenu h4
kiany troahlo, aa Slaannooa by other ahyalrlana,
no troatad without banafll. nr. Kllmar'a Swamp
Knot efftx-ted a euro. I am a liberal man and as
opt a apaetne whoraror I Sad It, In an actpiod
r-hool nr out at It. For doaperalo raaaa of kldnay
or bladder complaint andcr treatment with an
aatlafartory roralta I tnrn to Dr. Kllmor'a ft w no
Root with moat flattortng rvanlta. 1 ahali contlnua
tn proorrtba rt and from aanmnal oboervatloa atata
that Swamp-Root has groat aarallva proportion."
ITt tth St., VermiH at Brooklyn, W. T.
VTeak and unhealthy kidneys are respon
sible for mors sickness and suffering
than any other disease, and If permitted to
continue much suffering with fatal results
are aura to follow. Kidney trouble trrl.
tates the nerves, makes you dlzsy, restless,
sleepless and irritable; makes you pass
water often during the day and obliges
you to get tip many times during the night
Unhealthy kidneys esuse rheumatism,
gravel, catarrh of the bladder, pain or dull
ache tn the back. Joints and muscles;
makes your bead ache and back ache.
causes indigestion, stomach and liver '
trouble, you get a sallow, yellow complexion, makes you feel aa though you had
heart trouble; you may have plenty of ambition, but no strength; get weak and
The cure for these troubles is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the world-famous
kidney remedy. In taking Swamp-Root you afford natural help to Nature, tor
Swamp-Root Is the most perfect healer and gentle aid to the kidneys that Is known
to medical sctenoe.
If there Is sny doubt In your mind aa to your condition, take from your urine oa
J rising about four ounces, place It in a glass
nours. it on examination it is milky or cloudy, If there Is a brick-dust settling, or
If small particles float about tn It, your kidneys are In need of immediate attention.
No matter how many doctors you may have tried no matter how much money
you may have spent on other mrdlclnes, you really owe It to yourrclf to at lest give
Swamp-Root a trial. Its atanchest friends today are those who had almost given up
hope ot ever becoming well again.
If you are already convinced that Swamp-Root Is what you need, you can pur
chase the regular flfty-cent and one dollar size bottles at tha drug stores everywhere.
Don't make any mistake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-Root, and the address, Blnghemton, N. T., on every bottle.
Sample Bottle of Swamp-Root Sent Free by Mail.
EDITORIAL NOTE If you hava the slightest symptoms of kidney or bladder
troubles, or If there Is a trace of tt In your family history, send at once to Dr. Kil
mer Co.. Btnghamton. N. T.. who will gladly send you by mail. Immediately, with
out cost to you, a sample bottle of Swamp-Root, and a book containing many of the
thousands upon thousands of testimonial letters received from men and women
cured. In writing, he sure to aay that you read this generous offer la The Omaha
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 all 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 5ulta of Two Rooms Oo
Tbesf rooms are rather email. the tilth floor. These rooms are
but so ts the rental price. They both fair-slued rooma and hnve
are well located and are decld- been new)T decorated, so that
edly attractive little rooms. The tney Bre pnrt!cnlorly attractive,
rental price includes heat, light. The price per month C s-u
water and Janitor service and for tbe two roums is
all the advantages of C4 "v i '
being In Tha Bee 1 1 J
Bldg. Price per month v
A Oood Sired Room With Vaul1 An Office on the around Floor
Thle room, besides having a Thla cfllcc faces Seventeenth
large burglar-proof vault, la lo- street It Is large, light and has
cated next to the elevntor on the been newly decorated. The
fourth floor. It la the only room rental price Includes light,
of this character In the build- water and Jnnltor service. It haa
lng that la vacant and one of a very large burclarproof vault,
the few rooms at thla price with Tart of this room la
a vault It la pleas- J4Q partitioned o3 ns a K f
ant good-sleed room 14 private office. Price ijll
Price per month per month
R, C. Peters & Co., Rental Agents
Ground Floor, Bee Building.
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lus (ur atroac rlDk. tlia aprwllte for wulf h caanat
lat after uiii ihla ramW. Gives In an, llquW
wua or witUoul Knuviaaaa of pauenu laaleteaai'
Bharman A UcConuall Lrug Co.. Omaha.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Oaly Oae Dollar a Yea.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Host agrlealtural Weekly. . .
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went frm ( k kiftcT 41vmm.
NlftlfP OfflT W9
OT. HLMER tt CO.,
BINOHAMTON, If, T.
Sold by all Druggista
(Swamp-Root la sleaaant to cakak.
or bottle and let It stand twenty-tour
"Build p the "Body toilh
Every man U tho architect of his ewa
"phylque-be builds his body trout the food
Plain, natural foods make a strong bodyt
' rich, heavy viands ars Anly a waste whes
considered as food.
For a natural food that provides bealtl
and strength for the body as well as taatlnf
delicious, nothing can cam pars with MALT
MALT-TOO FLAKES contain all the de
ments needed In bodybuilding. They glvi
health to growing children, and strength tt
tbs men or woman who works.
Tha grocer keeps MA.LT-TOO
FLjKILErjr. 13 cenU a TacKfld.
SAVe YOUR COUPONS
and only a few
DEPARTMENT Of Bi'ATE. LINCOLN,
Ntitt , May . Iwi -SmU-a Mda will be I fl
eet ved at the o"1ce of the aocrviury uf
plate up until noou, II o'clock, of May 2u.
19"3, for Kinney or Morrison Boilers, from
I'U to 2SJ-hire power, for ut-c at Lineal l
aaylum, HnMliiKs saylum and 8. and o.
Home at MlirorU.
Tiie tioard reserves the right to reei-t any
and all bids. CEOHOE W. MARSH.
bci)l4ry of H iM.
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