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TOE OMAHA PAHA TiEEt TUESDAY, JUNE 10, 1903.
Tte (For nil JiBiMf d
, 1 lid
that actually startle the
most skeptical shoppers
Women's Tailor-Hado Suits you can smell
the smoke today, but not tomor- P?)K
row worth$lO,$l2.50. $15, $16.50 at.d
Women's Shirt Waist Suits made from
fine percale and cambric PlFlf
worth $1.50, for... ijyb
Silk Coats and Blouses marked down
to the bare price of the silk.
Women's House Wrappers heavy percale
mixtures of blue, red and black, lff3
really worth $1. for Sfjjb
300 Women's Dressing Sacques white
India linon, fine fancy lawn and , f
dimities, was 75c, 1.00 and 1.25, at 21$
Wash Waists Fire prices, actually you
won't believe it, but its true,- they are
worth three times the price, Tues
day morning at 1.48, 98c, 48c and
Walking Skirts Splendid styles, the best
3 materials, not a mark
Street Skirts high class materials,
worth from 10.00 to 15.00, at
Every Woman in Omaha should visit
our Cloak Department during: this great
Fire, Water and Smoke Sale.
r CALLING CARDS IN ALUMINUM CASE-IOO FOR 49C
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Deadlock Over Member of the Board of
Beviaw ii Broken.
LP. HEDGES NOMINATED AND CONFIRMED
eelal Committee Appointed at Re
aest of Cltr Ealneer to Report
on Repalira to the Twenty.
Foartk Street Farias;.
The deadlock In the city council ever
the appointment of the third member of
the Board of Review waa broke last night.
Z. P. Hedges was named by the mayor
and the appointment was confirmed with
out any opposition. The board Is now com
posed of the tax commissioner, John F.
Sohulti and Z. P. Hedges. Today the board
will meet and organise and be ready to
receive complaints. .
City Engineer Beal sent In a communi
cation regarding the criticism made in con
nection with the recent repairs to the
Twenty-fourth street pavement. He asked
for an Investigation. In addition to the
street and alley committee, composed of
Welsh. Adklns and Queenan, a commit
tee of business men was appointed by -the
mayor to serve with the council commit
tee. This special committee Is composed
of F. A. Cressey, John Flynn. T. J. Per
sons. L. C. Gibson. J. B. Watkins, Dr. W.
'J. McCrann, C. A. Melcher and the city en
These liquor licenses were granted: M.
Wollsteln, 2723 Q street; Tom Gillespie,
Thirty-seventh and L; B. Jetter. Twentieth
and V; William Krug. 1606 N; Jetter
Brewing company. Thirtieth and Q;
Charles Mies, Thirty-second and B.
Clerk Bhrlgley was directed to notify the
street railway company to lay planks be
tween its rails at Twenty-fourth and U
streets and at Railroad avenue and Mad
ison street. Also to repair the pavement
at Twenty-fourth and L streets.
O'Connor wanted some of the vacant
cottages .In the "whit row" at Thirtieth
and T streets condemned and this will
be done. I
Adjourned until June 29.
Lssfos Getting Worse.
It was reported last night that Dick
Landon, who waa shot In a fight at Pries'
lake Sunday night waa worae. At
first It was thought his Injuries did not
amount to much, but during the afternoon
' Landon seemed to take a turn for the
worse and developed signs of complications
which may result fatally. The South
Omaha police do not appear to be Inter
ested In the affair and as far as known
no effort has been made to investigate
the shooting. Landon and his friends still
Insist that they do not know who fired
the shot. The bullet has not been found,
as the attending physician. Dr. Delanejr,
has not deemed It advisable 'to probe at
Heavy Live stock Receipts.
For Monday the receipts of live stock
the yards here were heavier than
aaual. The official receipts at the close of
business at t o'clock showed that 10,771
iattle, T 681 hogs. 1.968 sheep and 1.107 horses
Guaranteed Pure. None So Good.
Order rrsa H. Mar Company
on . ff
Today : Older Lots Of
had been yarded. The total number of
cars was 68$. While the cara did not
break the record the receipts were heavier
than for any Monday for a long time.
Packers are buying everything In sight
and the plants here are working full time
and then some In order to supply the de
mand from the southern markets. Big re
ceipts are looked for during the next two
or three days.
Several grading contractors who are
working on railroad grades In western
Iowa were in the city yesterday looking for
men and teams. - Good wages are guar
anteed for all summer, but few available
men were found. Grading contractors say
that now that farmers are able to get Into
the fields there Is a dearth of men and
teams and consequently there Is little doing
In the line of railroad grading. Aa soon as
the farmers have a let-up In their work
there will be plenty of help.
Zavrel Commits laiclde.
John Zavrel. 12 years of age, and who
lived at 271 South Twenty-third street.
South Omaha, committed suicide , Monday
morning by shooting himself In the head.
Sunday Zavrel had been leff" alone with
the children while his wife went visiting.
One of the children tell off the porch and
sustained a number of severe . bruises,
though not seriously Injured. Tl)e father
felt that ha was to blame for the Injuries
to his child and seemed to brood over the
matter to such an extent that It is thought
he became temporarily Insane. Monduy
morning Zavrel drank a small amount of
carbolic acid, but as the result waa not as
expected, a revolver was procured, and one
bullet through the brain ended his life.
Th deceased leaves a widow and four
children. By' trade Zavrel was a painter
and paper hanger and waa reported to be
an excellent workman. Coroner Bralley
was notified by G. H. Brewer and an In
quest will be held Tueeday. Deceased waa
a member of Ancient Order of United
Workmen lodge M, and the funeral when
held will be under the auspices of this
Bide for Repairs.
Postmaster Etter sent out to contractors
yesterday blank bids for the repair work
to be done on J he South Omaha postofflce
building. This work will consist of paint
ing, cleaning, oiling and varnishing the
woodwork and In fact general repairs to
the entire building. Samples of the ma
terial to be used in the work must be sub
mitted to ths postmaster for Inspection.
Bids for these repairs will close at t p. m.
on July L It Is estimated that the entire
repairs will cost not less than 15.000.
That Water Bill Again.
Testerdsr Superintendent Collins of ths
Omaha Water company filed with the city
clerk a hill for hydrant rental for the six
months of the present year, ending June 30
The bill amounts to W.075. No money has
been paid ths water company alnce last
summer and now the city owes for
hydrants the aura of 112.060. At the present
time the water company has 202 hydrants
In service and will not locate any more
until tho bills now on file are paid.
Thirty-seven women are taking the ex
aminations for teachers at the high school.
One of the three members of the board of
examiners remain with the class all of the
time. For some reason ths class this year
VEBVTBIQG' QUST GOI
EVERY ITEM WHETHER DAMAGED OR NOT EVERY TRACE OF FIRE
MUST BE EMPHATICALLY WIPED OUT JUST AS YOU WOULD FUMIGATE
YOUR HOME IF CERTAIN TROUBLES WERE TO HIT IT.
BIG Fill SALE OF CLOTEll
Tables crowded with goods sprayed by water or damaged
by smoke--specials for Tuesday young man's suit,
slightly damaged, sold for $10.00. fire sale
All our $20 and $18 suits, marked down at the fire sale price $10.00
Men's $1 shirts, fire sale price 50c Boys' $4 suits, fire sale price ,95
Boys' wash suits one washing
as new marked down to
A hat that sold for 1.50
We haven't many of these, first come, first served,
Fine line of Panama hats, hats that sold for 20.00, fire sale price $Q
Women's Kid Patent
it n nn
FIRE SALE PRICE
Men's Work Shoes
FIRE SALE PRICE
Men's Slippers -worth
FIRE SALE PRICE---
Is not as large as expected, neither Is it as
im last vear. One reason may be that
nearly all of the positions In the public
schools here have been nnea iot me comma
school year. This forenoon the examina
tion will be on grammar and geography. In
tho afternoon the claaa will be examined in
English composition, penmanship and or
Jnry Retnrns Verdict.
rnrnnw Bra lie v held an Inauest Monday
aftM-nonn nn the remains of John Zavrel,
who committed aulcide Monday morning by
ahooting himaelf. The Jury made a return
ia h offM-t that death was caused vy a
ni.inl .hot wound fired with suicidal In
tent, The funeral of Zavrel will be held at
tho family residence, 278 South Twenty,
third street, on Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock. The ceremony will be under the
auspices of Ancient Order of Lnlted Work
man lodge No. 61. '
Maglo City Gonslp.
Charles Carlson. Twentieth and L streets.
Is reported to be quite sick.
Frank Good. Fortieth and x. streets, re
ports the birth of a daughter.
Jnrire As-new and wife nave movea into
their new home at 2201 J atreet.
Attnmev Fred Snider has moved to Hart-
ington, where he will open an office.
Thomae Hoctor waa able to be out yes
terday for the first time in three weeks.
A mn has ben born to Mr. ana Mrs.
Charles Lind, Twenty-fourth and U streets
T)i Daughters of Pocshontas. Degree of
Honor, will give a dancing party at the
Th fart that yesterday was na day
appeared to be entirely forgotten by :he
people of South Omaha.
wt nrlow has reslaned his nosltlon as
one of the traveling representatives of the
Cudahy Packing company.
r Martin's auxiliary will meet on Wed
nesday afternoon with Mrs. W. P. Adklns,
Twonty-seeona sno u streets.
T. W. Taliaferro, general manager of the
Cudahy Packing company, is sick at the
Baltimore hotel, Kansas City.
The marrlaxe of John J. Wall and Miss
Margaret McGulrk is announced for Wed
nesday morning at St. Agnes' church.
J. W. Christie, father of the Christie boys
here, leaves today for Bt. Paul, Minn.,
here he will spend the summer witn rela
The remains of Mrs. Peter Doran arrived
from Montana Monday afternoon. Funeral
services will be held this morning at the
residence of John J. 0Rourke.
Miss Mary Burke, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Kdward Burke, and William H. Sulli
van were married at St. Bridget's church
Monday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bulllvan
will relrte in Lincoln.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS
Several for Good Berths In Classified
fervlre Will Be Held
The United States Civil Service commis
sion announces that on July 21, 1S03, an ex
amination will be hold In this city at the
office of the Civil Service bureau In the
fedeal building, for the position of ste
nographer, typewriter and telegrapher.
Male applicants only will be permitted to
take thla examination. Applicants are cau
tioned to state fully all experience they
have had as telegraph operators in order
thst fully credit may be given for auch
experience. Age limit, 20 yeara or over.
Compensation, 13.04 per diem. Further in
formation may be obtained upon applica
tion to the secretary of the civil servlcs
examining board, thla city.
Examinations will be held July . to. 21,
1903, for positions of cadet In the revenue
cutter service. Age limit. IS to S yeara
Applicants are advised that cadets may te
commissioned by the president as lieuten
ants after two years' satisfactory service.
The salary of a cadet is 600 per annum and
one ration per day. ,
Examlnationa will be held July It 23, 24.
1903, for the position of hull draftsmen.
Age limit. 20 years or oi er. ' Compensation
will make them a3 good
SPECIALS IN HATS
fire sale price
Tip lace, fa
Good Will Be
WHAT ORCHARD HILL NEEDS
Sewers, Paring and 'Crosswalks Debated at
... Improvement Club Meeting.
CITY ENGINEER ROSEWATER PRESENT
Instrnctlve Address Covering Topics
Under Discussion Given the Mem
bers, WhoAak Many Ques
tions as . to Methods.
The meeting of the Orchard H1U Improve
ment club at Fortieth and Hamilton streets
was well sttended last evening and full of
Interest. The question of an entertainment
to be given under the auspices of the club
was discussed. It helng the Intention to
give, one in the near future. The chief in
terest of the meeting lay In the visit of
City Engineer Rosewater and the very In
structive address he delivered before it on
municipal Improvements and particularly of
those In the vicinity of Orchard Hill.
Mr. Rosewater had with him a map of the
proposed sewer Improvements in that vicin
ity and he explained thorn fully before the
club. Assurances were given by him that
the main sewer would be built during the
coming fall. The ordinance creating the
sewsr district has already been passed and
appraisers appointed to make the necea
sary condemnations of property for the
proposed line. The lines for the proposed
laterals were also shown on ths plat.
The meeting resolved Itself Into a general
inquiry meeting and Mr. Rosewater was
piled with questions and gave much impor
tant Information not alono upon the sewer
question, but upon the matter of street
crossings, the Parker street viaduct and
the possibility of its construction and the
methods that would have to be resorted to
in order to secure the much needed Im
provements in that vicinity.
,The question of paving, paving material,
guttering and curbing was gone Into ex
tensively by the city engineer. His address
also Included an Interesting history of the
public Improvements . of the city for the
past twenty-five years and the subject of
taxation, atreet lighting, water extension,
etc Upon the close of his address Mr.
Rosewater was extended the sincere thanks
of the club, through the president, for his
very Instructive and interesting address,
with the urgent Invitation that he would
meet with the club at, every posslbls oppor
South tide Improvers.
The Improvement ' of Tenth street from
Center to Bancroft Street waa the prin
cipal subject of discussion at the meeting
of the South Bide Improvement club Mon
day evening. John Power, president of the
club, presented blank petitions for the pav
ing of this part of the street which were
placed In the handa of members of the club
to secure signatures.
L. N. Gonden, a member of the Board of
Park Commissioners, msde a short talk
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century
R SPARED BY
W. I tin
WE CARE NOT FOR COST
CY IS TO RUSH OUT
98c, 78c, 48c, 38c
Fire Sale Prices on Drugs
YOU'LL FIND THESE SNAPS
ON BARGAIN TABLES, CLOSE
TO DRUG DEPARTMENT.
8 O A P S
Oil, OF DA.XDEMOX,
DAIRY Ql EEt,
BOCABELLA CASTILE SOAP
Fire sale price lfi.
per lb IOC
We have a big- line of Trasses
and all roast make way for re
newal of storks.
NEW YORK ELASTIC TRCSS
Single, reversible pad, the truss
that sells for $2.50 around town
fire sale I If"
Same Truss, with double pad. soils ,
all over town for $3 rn
fire sale IiUU
Placed On Sale
about the parks of the cltv and aaM ..
other members of the board had expressed
wmmgness to ao all in their power to get
the street railway
line to Rlvervlew park and would un
doubtedly be willing to grant the
vumpany iana in the park necessary for
laciuues. He also said that the
boajd desires to build a Davillon in R)..r.
view park next year and to use the greater
amount or runde next year on improve
merits at Hanscom park and Rlvervlew
park. A boulevard through Syndicate park
own ummt ana a river drive are
among the things now being planned by
A committee consisting of t t kt..i.
tin. Arthur Mjrphy and John Mathiesen,
was appointed to present to the street rail
way company the question of extending
the car lines on Blxth atreet and on Tenth
street. This committee will be reinforced
by a committee from tk o,.
Improvement club and members of the
park board. They will meet next Tuesday.
A committee on streets, lights and cross-
w.m. was appointed, to consist of Mike
Roach, J. p. Connolly and va d ...
A boulevard commute tn t,i-t. ...
- v . it o JJd A
ooara and the countv rnmmi..u.
slating of Edward J. Dee. O. C. Olsen and
vr.u.am von Krog, was appointed. The
commtitee will endeavor to secure funds
from the county for navlno- tk. t.. ...
of the city.
James P. Connolly.
David Cole. J. w. Carr and R. E. Patrick
were appointed a standi
The best place for nlrnibi. w .
CHARGE AGAINST GOODRICH
Count? Attorney English Will Pro
ceed In Court to Inquire
It Is said at the office of the county
attorney that Information will be f.led
against Officer Goodrich nt v,- n.
charging him with manslaughter for the
...uui.ng or timer Scott a week ago. The
Information will probably be filed as soon
as the county attorney returns from Teka
man. where he has gone on business.
Speaking of the case Deputy Burnam aald:
The matter la not one that the prosecutor
Hkas to take up. for It presents phases
which are not all one-sided. There Is no
thought In the minds of any one connected
with this office that Officer Goodrich in
tentionally killed Scott. Scott was not a
model citisen. but the worst thin that ran
be said in the case is that the officer was
too free with his pistol. To what extent he
waa Justified In shooting at all will be for
the jury to decide. The county attorney
cannot Ignore the matter under anv oir.
cumstancea and the friends of the officer
should welcome a hearing which will give
him an opportunity to Justify Ms rauru
Late yesterday afternoon a complaint
was filed against Police Officer rvwtriot.
charging him with manslaughter, for the
snooting or blmer Bcott on the evening o
June 7. The complaint waa Issued t r
lice Judge Berka and was sworn to by
Deputy County Attorney B
warrant waa given to Chief of Police Dona
hue yesterday afternoon and mill K- -,..,
on Officer Goodrich when he reports for
duty this morning.
All kinds of amusement feature at
Beaeftt for Florence Church.
There will be given at the city hail,
Florence, Neb., a musical entertainment by
some of the best Omaha talent on Tuesday
evening, June It for the benefit nf St.
Mark's church Florence. Cma.ua friends
Invited to come out on street car and help.
FIRE SALE OF
MRS. POTT'S COM) HANDLE
SAPinONS-Not damnRed n bit;
we must close out everything
good goods a well as harmed
goods. Mrs. Pott's Sadirons are
, a standard In household plen
ishing and here Is an 1Q.
emphatic bargain flfC
Wood Coat t-
Law Price on REFRIGEHATOR
Some illghtly Damns).
TOR WEEK BEGINNINQ MONDAY.
A HEAVY CANVAS STEEL FRAME
ADVERTISING VMBRELI.A. SAME
THING. WITH NO AD, WILL. COtiT
For Sale la Harnett Dept.
Trunks on Main Floor
SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR MONDAY
Brick Cheese le)
Per lb IfcC
Llmburgir Cheese 19-
Per lb ItC
Fresh Home Made Dough- (J-
nuts, per doien w-
I.AUNDKY SOAP-Spe- C.
. clal, 10 bars. tOc
Table Syrup Q
can . O C
Preserved Black- "
Jelly Assorted u
Corn Starch C-
Rice Per C
can , lU
Baked Beans IT.
Fk'klea Assorted fr
Worcester Bauce I
Balad Dressing I ) 1 .
bottle .i. ...9C
Medium 8our Pickles C
Bweet Pickles l.
Plrsllllt Pickles alr
All Over The Store.
SOLDIER ON TRIAL FOR LIFE
Infantryman Who Murdered n Com.
' ' rade During a Quarrel
' ' Faces Jury.
Edward Morris, private of Company D,
Twentj-fltth United States infantry, waa
arraigned before United Btatea Judge
Smith McPherson of Iowa yesterday In
the United States circuit court on the
charge of murder. He pleaded not guilty.
The story of the murder is In brief aa
follows: Morris and several fellow soldiers
of the company were playing craps about
a hundred yards In rear of the quarters
when a qoarret arose between Morris and
Henry McKee, a .comrade of the same
company. Morris suddenly drew a revolver
and fired at McKee, the bullet striking him
In the left side, penetrating the heart. Mc
Kee died on the way to the hospital, a few
yards distant, where he waa being carried
by his companlona. Morris, seeing what he
had done, fled, throwing away the pistol In
his flight, but was finally apprehended by
a aentinel on post No. 4 and was turned
over to , the . corporal of the guard. The
pistol waa subsequently recovered. The af
fair occurred at Fort Niobrara In Septem
ber last. Morris has been confined In the
Douglas county jail since awaiting trial,
which began Monday morning. The greater
part of the morning was devoted to chal
lenging the Jury.
The attorneys defending the accused are
A. W. JefTrtes and T. J. Mahoney of
Omaha and the prosecution Is being looked
after by United States District Attorney
W. S. Summers and Assistant Attorney 8.
R. Rush. A large number of witnesses
have been summoned from Fort Niobrara
In the case. Including four officers and some
twenty or more enlisted men of the Twenty-fifth
The evidence In the case waa concluded
laat evening, the testimony being In sub
stance about that contained In the allega
tions. Morris testified in his own behalf
to the effect that he was merely playing
with McKee, and that both wero on
friendly terms. Morris had cautioned Mo
Kee against playing craps, as he had no
money and never would have any. He
drew his pistol from his bosom and pointed
MX UUuvUiUU ilV
lA T efTs (Inn rx afv pectant mother must pass usually is
lA llil II lr IT 50 ful1 of suffering, danger and fear
lMUUuUiili V!v ttat she looks forward to the critical
Mother's Friend, by its penetrating and soothing properties,
allays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelings, and
so prepares the system for the
ordeal that she passes through
the event safely and with but
little suffering, as numbers
have testified and said, "it is
worth its weight in gold."
bottle of druggists. Boot containing
valuable information mailed
THE BHADflELO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. G.
THE KEELEY CURE
Cor. Ivttt and Leavenworth Streets.
THE CROCKKRY lJEPAHTMENT
With Its thousands of delicate articles
-suffered (rora smoke anil water, and
very item hit or miss must go.
Havllnnd k Co.'u China Cupn
and Saucers, handsome dec- gjfl..
oratloni on new shape, rarh..BiJC
Pint Mason Fruit mg
Jars, doten , tOC
Oravy Dishes Johnson Uros.' Decor-,
ated English porcelain,' value
)c. flra sals n
price ..... ..OC
Common Tumblers I J
half price .. C
FIRE SALE IN SPORTING
The smoka being lirnvy over this de
partment nftcr the fire hml lp'ii
drowned out, canvas weave plnided
in rich golf colors, Slx7. with pil
low and piemli'i , 4Q
regular tl'. Jo Immmn'k lluO
Ml hummocks going cliotii- .m-i!
s-hall maple rro)uet set, handom lv
finished nnl palmed I QO
regular fci for liSO
4-ball maplo, v.iriilrhed und lie,ii-l
regular TSc set -f.r utb
Men's and lioys' gymnasium shirt"
regular Cfle vnlucs QKf
tire uule price UnJlf
Ee New, Fresh, Reliable Table
O Products at low prices.
Chow Chow Irt
Pint , IUC
Dill Pickles tr
TEAS AND COFFEES
SPEt IAL Silver tltimlilr free
with every ionl of Ilennrtt's
Capitol ( nftee nt St.tc
Tea Siftlngs Jgg
meats! meats, meats.
Sugar Cured H:uns 2C
Keit'.e Kendered Lard Ifl
Chr.lce Rib RonM Q.
BPHCIAL OFFERS Fresh made, de
licious stick 6 sticks I.
for I -
30 sticks C
for , QC
Del Ponts A genuine Porto OC
Hlco cigar. for tfC
10u Match Safo
fcr , QC
ClBf.r Clippings H lb. , Jgc
McKee merely 1 pUy .nd asMie
did ho slipped a little and the pl.tol. which
,7. V "elf-ac,,n& nffair. was accidentally
discharged. Morris was frightened over
tho discharge of the gun and seeing McKee
fall, he atarted to walk away, throwing
the platol away as he did so, and subse
quently surrendered hlmst-lf to the guards
It waa dark when the afTUr happened
Morris was the only witness offered by the
defense. The caae was then adjourned to
;30 this morning.
-illf' Hflnda M?clt. spending a great
deal of time in the London hospitals.
E. E. Boehne, Union Pacific chemist sta
tioned at Laramie, spent yesterday In
Omaha. Mr. Boehne was formerly of Lin
Major Warner is now employed at the
Her Grand. He acts as auditor for Mr
Miller both at the Her Grand and Millard
Rev Newton M. Mann goes today to
Vermilion to give the commencement ad
dress Wednesday at the University of
Martin F. Haley, an o'd-Mme Omnha,
who Is now a resident of Ptttnburg, Pa.,
is back on a visit. While here he will at
tend the wedding of his niece.
Dr. E. M. Carpenter left last nlpht for
New York, from which place he will sail
in a few daya for Europe. Dr. Carpenter
expects to visit the hospitals in London
and other European cities during the sum
mer. LOCAL BREVITIES.
The meeting of the Board of Fire and po
lice Commissioners was postponed until
Menno L. Erb. postmaster at Slocum,
Neb., plesded guilty yesterday afternoon
In the United States district court to falsi
fying his accounts and the unlawful use
of postago stamps. He was Hentenced to
pay a fine of .j0 and costs.
Elijah Hancock of Beaver City. Nob., Is
in serious trouble over his zeal to procure
a pension. He whs Indicted by thn Novem
ber term of the federal grand Jury for at
tempting to impersonate one Garrett V.
Hancock, formerly a member of Company
E. Thirteenth regiment, Wisconsin volun
teer Infantry, ami sought by such fulno
impersonation to secure a pension for deaf
ness and other Htlments under the law of
June 30, ISM. The case. Is set for hearing
in the United States 'district court this
happy without them, yet the
ordeal through which the ex-
wiin apprenension ana areaa.
The Oldest, Safest and most
Reliable Cure (or Alcoholism,
Horphlno or other Drue Ad
dictions. Tobacco and Clja
rctte Habit- All communica
Wot. p.. Burns, Manager
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