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THE OJIATTA DAILY BITE: STTjmjlY, AUGUST 2, 1003.
MADE THE GYMKHANA BUSY
Country Club Tick it Nw Kame Onto a
ALL SORTS OK SPORTS ON THE LAWN
Afternoon Spent In Eg Races, Spoon
Hares and Bach 1-IWe Things,
with Borlesqne Base Ball
Whatever a Gymkhana In it certainly is
quit sufficient to tiring out the Country
club members on a bright afternoon, for
thoy flocked around the clubhouse on the
sward In front of the veranda In beauteous
confusion yesterday afternoon. In the an
nuls of Anglo-Indian life there is a time
when the English army officers tire of their
social duties and to distract themselves
they do many fool stunts on their polo
ponies and the natives have yclept it
"Gymkhana." Why they should call It that
Bams nobody knows, so it stands because
Bo one can give a reason for changing it.
There wasn't much of the polo pony to
be seen at the Country club yesterday
afternoon, but the stunts were quite up
to the standard of any well regulated
Gmykhana, and the gowns were distract-
Ing. so that it was certainly a success.
The stunts were eight in number, besides
the base ball game, which was peculiar
tinto Itself. It opened with a potato race
which was fairly normal and was won by
Rohert Burns in marvelous time, consid
ering the handicaps which the other racers
placed In his path. Then K. II. Sprague
was first In the bottle race, which con
alsted in covering a short but precarious
distance with a bottle balanced on his
heud. All of which being done, the women
were given a chance and started in a
plate and egg race. Everyone went Into
It apparently and it looked easy to carry
an egg around on a plate from place to
plaoe, but there were several serious mis
harm before Miss Lydla Moore crossed the
finish line ahead.
Something- Mora Sedate.
Things seemed to reach a more sedate
level when the women's putting contest
came and the Jollity changed to expecta
tion and attention when the contest started.
Mlffli Mercer won with seven strokes, an l
Mrs. Gulou, Mrs. C. Kountze and Mrs. Will
Redlclc tied for second place with eight
strokes each. In playing the tie off for
second place Mrs. Kountze made the hole
In seven stroke and won out. The score
for the contest was: Mrs. Gulou, 8; Miss
Mercer, 7; Miss Gore, 10; Mlaa Moore, 9;
' Mrs. Isaac Coles, 12; Miss Ida Sharp. 0;
Mrs. E. II, Bprogue, 11; Miss Margaret
Preston, 10; Mrs. Will Burns, 9; Mrs. C.
Kountze, 8; Miss Brady, 10; Miss Dewey,
11; Mrs. D. H. Wheeler, 10; Miss Cotton, 9;
Mis. W. Itodlck, 8, and Mrs. A. Reming
Then came the three-legged race of the
. caddies and they were started out with
Various handicaps around the track. At
the first post the red got tangled with
the bluo and there Was a serious fall of
four of the contestants. Running from
cratch Ed Hanson and John McNamara
passed the fallen pairs and rushed on.
On the last stretch they gained the pole
and sent the last pair in front of them
rcollnr as they caught hubs. It was a hot
finish though, as one of the upset pairs
wan close upon them again and they won
their greenback prize fairly.
In the thread-the-needle and umbrella
lao the feminine and sturdier sides com
bined and half way round the girls stood
lth needle and thread, which had to be
iv,'bf0r" the rac couM be finished.
While there are some hn kil. i
" 111 O 1 u I l
Heedles Were clandestinely threaded for
punw of me runners, it was a close race,
anyhow, and Bob Burns won by a Beet
With Fred Nash close In the rear.
Miss Iwls won the spoon and olive race
teadlly enough, and than cam the base
ball of the Bachelors against the Benedicts,
and the Bachelors were 'the victors by a
score of I to 1. The arrival of Mr. Col
pctsnr with his automobile broke up the
Kame at the end of the seoond inning.
Dash of the Bachelors.
The Benedicts hait hoti nn .. a-i..
. - -uoiu wait
ing for the opponents when there broke
irom me cover of the club house a wild
herd of nondcscrlDtlv
which proved to be the Bachelors. Frank
,cu, mounted astride a papier
luwue noree ana nourishing a vicious club,
11 wore his face behlnit .-..i, j
- vi reu
Irlngy whiskers and sported a policeman's
rmr unu unnorm. Then followed th team
Itself. Btraggllng along In the rear was
Uen Cotton with the family washer
woman's clothes en upside down and hlnd
slde before. It was a delicious costume,
and matched th lavender hair worn by
The Bachelors were exuberant and strong
and It was several mlnutaa h r tt.i
- - - w a w a w V Usll tJ
Ouiou extricated himself from their tender
caresses ana argument and got th game
under way. The bat and ball were for
..- ...ur Bame ana mo rules were
home made and badly warped, but they
went when no on objected. It was a truly
fierce game, and the wv h. n.,vi
tackled the Benedicts was something to
'"""i wives weep. Every touch and
twist known to ih rn.itv.oii ii
- MiA,cir was
brought Into play, and the Bachelors lost
inetr switches and rata and had their back
hair down like Mary's on wash .i.... h.i
the time. Then their sklrt-ll bachelors
-wear sairis to play baseballwere in the
way somewhat, but they kept the ball in
alde of the diamond. Just hn h.
cma 'a or how Is not known and never
win ee, as only th scorer owns that they
What Haded th Game.
Originally there were to have been five
Innings, but the unfortunate arrive! of th.
Scotch and soda broke it all up, and th
was over and through with.
j. no uneup lor in ball gam was;
P,' H: -,,we pitcher. Fred Nash
K M. F.Jrnel.1. ...catcher.. .Fred HimiltoS
Frank krutiHilv lir.t i,.
13. M. Mursenuvn, jr. second base. Ham Burns
Arthur Gulou. ...third base. ltui ?.i!
1'' II Ruuu . n U . -. .. .
.'I'WUIIIIIIB.BIIMIIBIMII,., llilh li I n
SHIeaps of Crockery Bar
gains for fJ. on day
A FTEK-D I NX E K COFFEES C.ennan China new flip
and pretty each IUU
I1AVILAND S VIIITE HANSON CUPS AND
IIAVILAND'S lOO-FIECE DINNER SETS price
them elsewhere and see the bigness of this bargain
' II Dll m.
cheap at 50c Monday only only one pair to a cus
insonna.er.rlght flWa.DuUltsy Vijlh..
1 hHI. Klllllllin (Miliar Aul.l n . .
IW, b, Balicker.:. leVrfleld".- j'll
EVENTS Off RUNNING TRACKS
' Jamaica Meetlasj rioses to Allow
Barataga a Cbanre To.
NEW YORK. Aug. l.-The six-day meet.
Ing of the Metroioiitan Jockey club at in.
In a lea came to a close tutUy. (in Monday
Uie Haratoga track will oieu. Itenullsr
First, six furlongs, selling; Irgin Boll
Tfon, uimm aeconu, rfuua junkln third.
Hcond, mile and a sixteenth: April
phower won, Ball re second, Uavtuta third.
Third, six furlongs, Rldgewood handicap
Ttacti King won, llatelwood second, 1'tu
taur iniru. iimei i;.
Fourth, mile and a sixteenth : Sheriff
Bell won. Jinke of Kendal sevund, Tugal
wy inini. lilliei ji.
Fifth, five and a half furlongs; Funnv
slile won. The H-wery sevund, I'ol Rogers
intra, iimei i.ua.
With, luiie und seventy yards, selllns
Oliu'lniiHtus won. llvlsnd secoud. Royal
i'lrale third. 1 1 me J l;4bSa.
t'HICAOU. A cib. 1. Keaults:
First, six furlonitss Auditor won. Buc
raneer aouund. lliauk Wolf third. Time
becond, six furlongs; The Kentucklan
won. tiardino aauond. Big Baa third. Time:
Sec Our Galaxies of Rich Gut Glass
JARDINIERS new and artistic 8-inch size Monday QQq
Getting the Decks Cleared
in the Dry Goods Dept.
In two weeks our new fall dry goods will be
coming in car loads. We must make room for
them! Summer goods must go!
A Wash Suit Clearing 90c
A mixed lot of fine Inwn, pique, India llnon and
colored linen, were sold at prices up to $18.60 all
mu.il go Monday
110 WASH ST'lTS IN LAWN. INDIA T1NON. MKRCKRIZKO 1.1 N EN,
riQTK AMI DIX'K, PLAIN WHITE, WHITE. WITH 1'IN LOTS
AND KANCV COLORS these dresses were sold up to 5.B0-Monday
Daiiaa llfpneinnrA LIOHT COLORS, WHITR 1NPTA LINON. Af).
House Wrappers j-s... 00c
nkinn 0JII UfnlArn TTIR FINEST WinTR CHINA, PKRFFCT I Qf
Gnina Silk waists rruio- doluar uA"rY- huu
III. -U 111.1.1. Onr choicest styles, new materials, new trimmings, 1 fkf
Wash .Waists "te;'",?..
LAMP CHIMNEYS No. 2 Rochester best flint glass-each
FRENCH CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS new shapes iQn
and decorations roujat's famed wear, regular DOc... IUU
Our Crockery Department Is Clear of All Shoddy
Coods or Seconds. We Won't Have Them.
and Five ibollars all now,
White India Llnon, Colored Percale and Madras
worth 50c, 6c and Seventy-five cents
I BLACK PRESS COOPS
TEN PIECES 46-INCH BLACK ENGLISH P.RILLIANTINE8 VERT MQn
FINE MAKE usually sells for k6c Monday, per yard tUW
EIGHT PIECES 47-INCH BRILLIANTINE the 1.25 quality looks 7R
like silk Monday, per yard I wis
Just opened six cases of new wool walstlngs, in
all the new French, English and Cerman makes-all
on sale at most reasonable prices.
Sale of Trusses
fine Reversible Clutch
Joint neck, uickled
pads, covered, in fine
Imperial or Sei Screw
Clutch Joint neck
nickle plated mount
ingf, and enameled
pad. Will hold desired
Reversible New York Elastic
TrUSS elt heavy elastic
web, nickle fastenings, enam
30 to 44 in., single ,25
Adults, double ,5Q
Youths, single 38c
Youths, double Q8c
We Sell Re-No-May Preparations
Drug Dept. Main Floor .
Monday Vo Will Soil
A good No. 8 Tin Wash Boiler
with copper bottom QQq
A heavy No. 8 Tin Wash Boiler
with copper bottom
An All Copper No. i QO
8 Wash Boiler lUO
Star Safety Razor ....... . 68
Kazoi? warranted good . .,24
Wool Duster for c
Wood Chopping Bowl for...5c
Wood Coat Holder for . . . . . 3
.Wire Coat Holder for ... . . . c
hahkioth silk sale hohday
24-INCII HABUITA SIIK all colors Including black and white, our
regular tec quality all must go Monday, per yard
86-INCH BUACK PEAU DE SOIE THAT SELLS FOR $1.68
Monday, only, per yard i
86-INCH BLACK TAFFETA WORTH 1.60 PER YARD On sale
Monday at, yard
84-INCH BLACK TAFFETA WORTH $1.00 A YARD Monday's
price, per yard
Saturday morning was wet we promptly decided to
put off our Special Sale of Crenadines till Monday A. M.
ALL SILK GRENADINES, IN THE VERY NEWEST DESIGNS f Cr
Worth (rum two to three dollars a-yarl sale Monday morning yard 13
NEW ARRIVALS TO BE SHOWN MONDAY
23 CASES OF NEW WAISTINGS, WRAPPERS, FLANNELS AND DRESS
GOODS direct to us irom the manufacturers Come and Inspect them.
OnmhriA Onnnlnl Remnants of fine white c a m b r 1 c , Including f"
T a It In nnrlrlinrr 62-lnch wide double fleeced heavy table pad-MM
Tabla Padding -f" ....23c
niAiU FIVE YARD WIDE" LONG CLOTH A FAMOUS ft f
Long Cloth pgA it. , 95c
Tab 1 8 Linsn 66 ln n"ver f1011' pur8 "nen. worth 750 4Qc
TnklA llnnblnit 20x20 PURE LTNEN NAPKINS, FULL I in
labia Napkins gsssf . v.-.75.. ... . 1.10
Unmnn'n Uaaa 100 dozen ladles' fast black gauze lisle hose, "Elastic
WOIUBll S HuSB -wolt" double hlgh 'Pd heel, a reg. Mr-
IIUIIIUII ular THREE FOR A DOLLAR quality SlC
Monday, a pair BsVW
llin-kt pAiunA 25 dozen ladles' cambrlo nainsook and fine muslin night
illUni ll II W II S gowns, lace trimmed, embroidery trimmed, M
lllglll wuillltl tucked anil hemstitched, sizes 14 to 17-worth ItU
$1.26-Monday for WWW
n...... FIFTY FANCY COIORED SUNSHADES RANGING ft ft.
rdiriSOIS IN VALUES FROM $1.50 TO $4.5-ONLY FIFTY I If II
I UlUdUlv TQ eKLL-Monday, each IWU
IImLvmIIam' One hundred Black Gloria Silk Umbrellas, fancy and MA.
UlHDlGllaS Pln handles-worth up to $1.50-all go Monday, UOC
Brass clnw with Rlnns
ball foot 24-inch top
trons! nnrt well fin
ished a 2.00 table for
IRON BEDS Two cars on special sale Monday all color all
sizes heavy, pretty patterns some with heavy cast- Q Tft
ings and high head choice of colors J IU
BISASS TKIMMED BED With extended foot end C Afk
in white, blue, pink or green enamel
OUR $1.38 PATTERNS NEW BEDS ALL ON SPECIAL SALE.
CHIFFONIERS Solid golden oak polished and R OK
DRESSER Solid oak French bevel plate Q Qf
DINENO CHAIRS A clean-np of all broken sets and drop de
signs one to six of a pattern prices cut all along to make a
In colors, of
on sale on mala floor for
THIS IS THE LAST OPPOHTrJIITY
OF BUYING A FAITHFUL LIKENESS
OF THE GREAT PONTIFF, AND WE
MARK THE PRICE DOWN TO TEN
A Chance for Honey
Full 10-foot rolls nil slmdos nil colors
very nttractive possibilities ore upon
to you In crepe paper make roses,
lints, lump similes, doll dresses, lings,
decorate the little comers of your
room with peepluR beauty saw .
mnrks Monday only f of
per roll CV
One thousnud sheets white f
Tissue Toilet Paper plf
, for UU
Extrn flue grade Note Taper and En
velopes to inntch n regular iff
lue quality Monday only II IP
a box IU
Pnpcr Nnpklns colored designs for bor
yours Monday only per f
one hundred ww
ee Our Restored Display Windows. They will be Queenlier Than Ever
cap: Nitrate won, John McGurk second,
ilnrca tniru. iiniB; t.m.
Fourth, steeplechase, short course: Mo
ranua won, i-aulaner second, Nata third.
HJa. .n .i.Mh' Our Bessie
won, Ftnsoluca second. Serge third. Time:
Sixth, mile: Mcuee won, Ani ci;uin.,
Grand Opera third. Time: 1:41.
ST. UJl19, Aub j.-no.ui.
Noweta won, Margie S. second, Burlap
third. Time: 1:60.
Second, seven furlongs, Jue: Lady
Vashtl won, Lasso second. Golden Glitter
third. Time: 1:31.
rrL.i I anil u halt flirlOniTS. TlUrSe:
J1rancas won, Lord Hermence second,
Hugh McGowan inira. iirao;
Fourth, mile ana seventy J"". "'
selling stake: Jordan won, Mis aollghtly
seeonu. Miss Mae Day third, lime: 1:4&V.
T.-1...V. niv fnrlnn.B haniUcjLn: lllleB Won.
Croix d'Or second, Uelvino third. Time:
Sixth, mile and tnree-sixteenins, Hcning;
un,.. wnn Mfmnhlan second. Ida fen-
xance third. Time: 2:04.
Seventh, mile ana seventy yaras, miuhb
Weird wow, Baronet second. Brown Vail
third. Time: 1:49.
BUFFALO, Aug. l. Kesuits:
May Combs second, Iolo third. Time:
i , i ,i.lnn.. Anmttna wnn.
Bi .i... pjm . ; V , "
Carl Kahler second, Ink third. Time:
' oiil' j iIa n .l.tftantht Allonnth
i 1 1 1 1 li i llllio u 1 1 v. a ....... i
won. Autollght second, Flora Wllloughby
third, lime: i:iii. .
ih. ilra Cnna-dlun steenle
chase: Hleaway won, Tommy Hill Bec
ond. Trenct De Mare third. Time: 6:53.
Fifth, mile- Allan Ferris won, Provost
seoond. Daryl third. Time: l:4fi.
Sixth, six ruriongs: m. w"",
second, Thi Boer third. Time: 1:44.
Seventh, mile: Animosity won, Flo
Bright second. Soothsayer third. Time:
HIRSCHY BEST TRAP SHOT
llndd ot D Moines 'Comes Fifth
la Ls Crosse Tourna
ment. IJl CROSSF1 Wis., Aug. 1 The Inter
state trapahootlng tournament came to a
pIiim this afternoon. The following won
irlies, their scores ueing out oi a pouaiuie
H. C. Hirschy, Minneapolis. 153; J. M.
Hughes, I'almyrta, lul: F. Frifl, Alton, 111.,
ll... ii v ri..HI,itrj fnlumhim Wis.. 1-U:
O. Sv. Buiid. Den Moines. 143; Max llensler,
rvultnn frolc 141: It. waters, uammore.
141; H. Morrison, Iakefleld, 137; J. 11. Chin-
gren, l'almyria, 141.
EXCHANGE AMERICAN PLAYERS
Cleveland and St. I.ouls Give Wright
and a Check for ntcher
n.KVFIAND. Aug. 1. It Is announced
that a Ueal has heen consummated tietween
the Cleveland end St. Imli Amerlrnn
rluhs whereby I'level'tnd acquires IMtcher
Frank Dunahue Irom St. Louis In exchange
for Oene Wright snd a cash rnnslderatlon.
The amount of the latter Is not stated.
Cosad Defeats Kddyvllle.
OOZAD. Neb . Aug 1. (Special TeleRTam
The t.axe hall same here this afternoon
between tMdyvllle and the home team re
sulted In a score of 12 to I In ivor of the
home team. B-Mterle: Cosad. Marshall
"lid Atkinson; Eddyvllle, Lyon, Bain and
BRITISH TENNIS TRIO WIN
H. L. Doherty Beati Clothier, Whila His
Brother and Mahony Down wrenus.
DOUBLES RESULT MOST DISCOURAGING
English International Team Bets
Face for. Coming- Hatches to
' Decide Ownership ot
NAHANT. Mass., Aug. 1. The British
tennis team which recently arrived to make
a third attempt at capturing the Davis
International cup, won both the singles
and doubles ln the finals of the Interstate
tournament today, H. L. Doherty defeat
ing W. J. Clothier of Philadelphia ln
straight sets, while R. P. Doherty and H.
S. Mahoney beat the American pair, B. D.
and G. L. Wrenn, ln a five-set match.
The victory of the younger Doherty was
expected, but the defeat of the Wrenn
brothers was dlscpuraglng to the tennis
fraternity, as that pair are members of
the American team which will defend the
cup next week. By agreement the match
between H. L. Doherty and W. J. Clothier
was made the best two out of three,
Doherty winning easily, M, 6-0.
The match ln doubles was the feature
of the day and a crowd assembled around
the court. The Britishers took the first
set, 6-4, despite the fact that Mahoney's
work was not too keen, so that the elder
Doherty was obliged to bear the brunt of
the conflict." A noticeable lack of snap
was shown by the Americans and many
points were lost on nets and driving out
The Wrenns rallied ln the second set and
seemed to have no difficulty In winning
by 6-1. but ln the next set the visitors
played brilliantly and did not allow their
opponents a single game.
After making the fourth set, 614, the
British team lost It through a One rally
by the Wrenns, who tied the set and took
the next two games, making the match
two sets all.
The fifth and deciding set was the
hardest-fought of the match. Again Do
herty and Mahoney had the set apparently
safe, 6-2, when the Wrenns by good play
tied It. The visitors finally won. After
an exhausting deuce game Doherty and
Mahoney took the next and with It ' the
set and match, the score being 6-4, 1-6, 6-0,
Waldner beat DIehl and Emerson, 6-2, 8-6,
Women's singles, final round: Miss Mo
Ateer beat Miss Winona Cloaterman, 8-6,
Women's doubles, final round: Miss Neeley
and Miss Closterman beat Miss Parker and
Miss Pound, 6-1, 6-4.
WEST POINT, Neb.. Aug. L (Special.)
News has arrived ln the city of the death
of William Hodges, at Kent, Wash., on
July 27. The deceased was the father of
J. W. Hodges of this city and was well
known here. He was 73 years of age. The
cause of death was cancer. The deceased
was a man of exceptionally noble char
acter.' He was one of the few original
pioneers of this slate, having settled In
Otoe county among the first emigrants who
located there ln the GO'S. His 'death oc
curred while on a visit to his son In Wash
ington. He leaves a large family of grown
sons and daughters.
NORFOLK. Neb., Aug. 1. (Special.)
Carl Aamus. one of the pioneer settlers of
northeast Nebraska, who came to this city
ln 1869, died ln an Omaha nospltal at 7:15
o'cloek this morning after an operation for
gall stones. His remains were, brought to
Norfolk tonight. Mr. Asmus leaves a widow
and four children. He has been Identified
with Norfolk ever since the first building
was put up. For years he conducted a
grocery store on Main street and retired
not long since. '
George W. Lang-don.
SARATOGA, N. T., Aug. 1. George W.
Langdon, aged 65 years, a California pio
neer of the '60s and who was postmaster
here under the Cleveland administration,
MeCbesney Is Scratched.
SARATOGA. N. T.. Aug. 1. MoChesnev
will not start In the Saratoga handicap oh
Mondav as he Is tint In fit condition and
his trainer thinks It Inadvisable to allow
him to run.
mile asd a half. Superior Landl.
Gordon Wlas From Lead.
GORIOV. Neb . Aug 1. Rpeolal Tele
gram. V-lordon defeated Lead Cits' today
by a score of U to s.
CHAMPIONS 5 DEFEND TITLES
Western Tennis Flayers All Keep
Honors Held Laaf
CHICAGO. Aug. 1 Western champlon
uhlps lit women's singles and douiiles sjid
In men's doubles were all settled today at
the Kenwood Country club. Krelgh Collins
and I, li. Waidner of Chicago were the
victors ln the men's event and will meet
Ward ami Ware for the national champion
ship at Newport on August 15
Ml Myrtle McAteer of Pittsburg won
her third uci-elve victory in the women s
singled, and Ml Neeley and Miss Winona
CWwtcrman of Cincinnati carried off the
double honors from Miss Ertyihe Parker and
Miss Iiulse Pound. All the winners held
their titles last year. Bummary:
aleu'a doubles, fruai round; Coluna and
WEST POINT, Neb.. Aug. 1. (Speclal.)
Mlss Kate Pinker and Wenxel Hudeo were
married Thursday at St. John's church in
Howell, Rev. Father Bedner officiating.
The groom is a young farmer of Lincoln
township ln this county and the bride the
daughter of Martin Pinker, a pioneer set
tler and sister of J. C. Pinker, clerk of the
Cuming county district court. The couple
will reside on their own farm west of the
YORK, Neb., Aug. 1. (Special.) The wed
ding of Eva Helen George and Dr. Guy
S. Holslngton occurred at the residence
of the bride's parents on East Hill, Rev.
O. K. Flier officiating. The large home
was beautifully decorated. Mrs. Holslng
ton Is one of York's most popular ydung
women. They have not decided where they
will make their future home.
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., Aug. 1. (Special
Telegram.) A. W. HarreU and Miss Ada E.
Morelock of Fremont county, Iowa, were
married in this city today.
DALY Rose Ella, beloved wife of J. W.
1'aly, at 4:10 p. m. Saturday, August 1.
Funeral Monday at 10 a. m. from resi
dence. 61 North Twenty-fifth street.
Frleuda Invited. . . . . . ,k
KING EDWARD VISITS CORK
Royal Party is Greeted by the Firing
HE KNOWS THE PEOPLE BETTER NOW
Bays that New and Varied Resources
for the Employment of Labor
Most De Created la
CORK, Aug. l.-The firing of royal
salutes and enthusiastic cheering welcomed
King Edward, Queen Alexandra and the '
royal party on their arrival at Cork this
morning on board the royal yacht Victoria
and Albert. The port was bright with
buntlns, the whole town was well decorated
and the streets were filled with Jubilant
The lord mayor and corporation officers
welcomed the visitors when they landed.
Their majesties drove througn the decorated
streets, which were lined with troops and
bluejackets, to the race course, where the
king presented colors to two Irish regi
ments. The Catholic bishop of Cork was invited
to assist at the ceremony of blessing the
colors, most of the men being Catholics,
but he refused to be associated with the
KlnsT Replies to Address.
During the afternoon their majesties vis
ited the exhibition. The royal procession
to the grounds was greeted everywhere
with the same warmth which marked the
previous functions during the king's tour.
To the addresses presented by local bodies
the king replied, saying that his previous
great Interest in the welfare of Ireland
had been further deepened by his visit, he
had gained a clearer insight Into the con
ditions of Irish life and hoped that the
legislation on which Parliament was en
gaged would powerfully contribute to the
prosperity and contentment of the Irish
But good laws alone would not secure
that end. There was need of better in
dustrial training for the young, a keener
spirit of co-operation among all classes
and the creation of new and varied sources
of employment for the people.
Come Back to Erin.
QUEENSTOWN. Aug. 1. Their majesties
subsequently returned to Queenstown,
where they received further addreBbes. The
king in his farewell reply, said the people
could rest assured that he had the In
terest of Ireland at heart, which remark
incited vociferous cheering and waving of
flags and hats.
The royal visit to Ireland was thus
brought to a successful close. The king
and queen are both enchanted with the
tour which it Is admitted on all hands,
has achieved more toward settling the Irish
grievances than legislation could hope to
When their majesties re-embarked on the
royal yacht for Cowes the strains of "Come
Back to Erin" mingled with the salute of
The royal yacht Victoria and Albert
ailed for Cowes at 7:40 p. m.
Cured for Life by Our New System
ELECTRICITY AND ABSORPTION
NEVER FAILS TO CURE
"I make no misleading- statements
nr unbusinesslike propositions to the
afflicted, neither do I promts crave
In a few days or offer free treatment
In order to secnr their patronage,
bat I srnaranteo a perfect, safe and
lasting care In the quickest possible
time without leaving Injurious after
effects In the system, and at the low
est possible cost (or conscientious,
skillful and successful services."
Over 15.0U0 week, diseased men cured last
year and over 12,000 had failed to receive a
cure elsewhere. It will cure you. This
treatment Is entirely different from any
other you have ever used. It will benefit
you more ln oue week than any other will
I CURE MEN
Cured by Electro-Absorbtlon; no pain,
no loss of time. Why suffer longer
when you can be cured quickly at a
moderate costT Call and consult me
Cured by Electro-Absorption; no pain.
The enlarged veins are due to mumps,
bicycle or horseback riding, diseases,
dissipation, etc., In time it weakens a
man mentally as well as physically.
I can cure you for life.
Cured by Electro-Absorption; no pain,
no cutting, no operation. By my
method the urethal canal Is healed and
entire genl to-urinary system restore 1
to Its healthy state.
ELECTRICITY AS WE APLY IT
revitalizes the nerves when exhausted from
overwork, worry or from any physical or
mental ailment. It cures Nervous or Gen
eral Debility. Loss of Vitality, Despond
ency, Inability to Concentrate Your
Thoughts, Lame Back and Weakness from
any uauso, and fits men for marriage.
BLOOD POISON (SYPHILIS)
Cured quickly. rlymptnms overcome
In 7 to 11 days, without mercury or
Iodides. If suffering from ulcers, sore
mouth or throat, fulling hair, bone
pains, come and I will drive the poison
frurn your blood forever.
Cured ln 30 to 80 days. Improvement
from the start. If you suffer from
loss of energy or ambition, feel tired
when you arise In the morning, lame
back, dizziness, spots before the eyes,
and feel you are not the man you once
were, 1 will cure you for life.
Either partial or total, overcome by
Klectro-Medlcal method for weak, dls
eaved men. Call and I will explain
why It cures when all else fails. A
friendly chat will cost you nothing.
STATE ELECTRO-MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Farnam St., Bet. Uth and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
OFFICE HOURS: From 8 a. m. to p. m.; Sundays, 10 a. m. to 1 p. m, anly.
IS A GREAT LIFE SAVER
It has rescued thousands from disease
and death; it can save ynu. Kvery drug
store Is a life-saving stulluii. Thirty days'
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