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TIIE OMAHA" DAILY IIKEi SATCltDAY, MAKCI1 10. 1001.
YVK CLOSE SATURDAYS AT P. M.
"It la aeaerallr mar
proStanle- rtrkaa tip
our ilcfert than to
boast of oar
This spopion we arc showing Home remarkable values in New
Waist-.. Our', garments have a chic, ami dainty appearance, tin
knowrl in so niany of the common makes shown by many afore.
The waists vhicfi we mil are not high priced, but extremely
high quality. ' !
FOR SATITIDAT we show three styles of pretty Whit Lawn Waists with all the
1804 new toiche-et Tl-V each.
FOR 8ATVRDAT there It a pretty style Waist made In blue chnmbray, piped In,
red. which In great value nt tl.OP.
CHINA SILK WAISTS In new and dnlnty creations from tlTS to $18.00.
SHIRT. WAISTS In champaime colored lawn and white lawn. In hundred of
pretty styles, ranting In price from $3.00 to J7.50.
SEPARATE SKIRTS M.my new styles for Saturday's selling. The new Colonial
Skirt Is a area favorite made In voiles at I12.S0 and $15.00.
NEW TAJLORJID SUITS of our own eseluslve designs eulta which look well
and retain their shape fitted by experts Is a peclalty with u. Price of ult from
I20.0D to $45.0
PETTICOATS In dainty black and colored l!k-at $8.0n. $7.60. $8.75 and $10.00.
PETTICOATS of black brilllantlne. with silk ruffle and dust ruffle at $5.00.
PETTICOATS of black ' mercerised sateen, beautifully made at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50.
SXK ond 12.00. , .
RAIN COATS New gathered blouse) styles t $18 00.
'V. M. C. A. Building, Corner Sixteenth and Douglas Sts.
, The maater of the house killed two of the
bandit and a third wa killed by officer.
The' 'understanding at Port Arthur Is
that the Japanese are prepared to effect a
landing west of the Llao river."
Russia, Withdraws Artillery.
BERLIN, March 11 The correspondent
of the Lokal Anielger at Seoul. Corea, In
a dispatch, dated March 17, confirms the
previous reports that about 8.000 Japaneso
pioneers are engaged In building the field
railroad ?from Seoul northward and says
the railroad from Fusan to Beoul will not
be completed before October.'
The correspondent also Confirm the re
ports that the Russian horse artillery has
withdrawn to jlhe north bank of the Tslu,
and say also that part of the cavalry
has been withdrawn, leaving only a weak
post at.Slon Chlon, south of Wlju.
HOPE) ESGLAXD WILL BE FRIENDLY
Tlassian Profess to Bapect Good H e
antts from French Treaty.
ST. PETERSBURG!." March" 18.-The Ga--
sette expresses the hope that the Anglo-
French understsndlng will result In a more I
friendly attitude on the part of Great
llrltaln toward Russia.
A diplomat, representing a small Euro
pean power, expresses the hope that China
will Join Japan, on the theory that all the
white -powers. Including the United States,
will then be compelled to form a coalition
and stop the war, which would ruin the
trade of the whole world with China. But
he fear Japan realises ' the danger and
will decline China's aid.
The. Red Cros society 1 considering a
proposition to lit out an auto-traln to con
vey the wounded over the high road, $50
miles from Mukden, Manchuria, to Blajo
vestchensk, East Siberia, , on the river
Amur', ' where they would be placed on
board barges for conveyance to , hospital
established along that river.
An .expert, In the military organ, says
that :even presuming there are four dlvi-
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so, you'll find It very helpful.
For Llttlo Fellowi-
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ETON SUITS. You dare not buy th
little boy a suit without seeing the new
"LILLIPUTIAN" suits at i.M down to
Larger assortment than ever,
bettor values than ever.
Dturdy suite' for robust boys.
Nor folks.- new double and
breasted, jacket and pant styles
belts, and he uewnrsn don't wear off
our sort in a few. days;
'Hen i(. w to
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Big dtsplsy of hew hats and raps In
the new and enlarged litadwear sec
tion. Writ for Catalogue.
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Bh, March IS. If.
Great Showing of
Ladies' Shirt Waists
sions of Japanese at Ping Tang, Corea,
they could not venture to advance until
reinforced by two more divisions, which
would require another month or six week.
A correspondent of the Associated Press,
on crossing Lake Baikal, writes: The
stories of soldier frosen to death while
crossing the lake provoke mirth. Per
sonally, I am convinced that the men ar
not suffering from the cold. Huts at
Intervnls of a few verst provide warmth
and refreshments and the weaker, men are
driven serosa In sle'ghs, well wrapped In
fur. Others march the distance, forty
versts, about twenty-six miles, In a day,,
comfortable, and are glad of an oppor
tunity to stretch their limb after the
railroad Journey. The huts are provided
with bells, which r rung during snow
storms, and lantern hung on telegraph
pole show the way at night. The Ice rail
way conveying the baggage cars are drawn
fLY A RIVER SEPARATES SCOUTS
Probabilities Are That Somethlnsr
Wilt Do Doing Ere I.onif.
LONDON, Msrch 18. A correspondent of
the Times at Toklo say that the Ruslan
and Japanese scout are now separated
only by the river Cheng Cheng, Just north
of Anjn. A correspondent of the Times at
Wei Hal Wei, cabling under yesterday
"I arrived at Ping Yang Inlet March 15
and proceeded to Chlnnampho. Navigation
was difficult owing to the drift Ice. I found
anchored there both war vessels and trans
port. Debarkation has been difficult, but
the Japanese bare brought all necessary ap
pliance. "The Japanese will be much hampered by
the necessity of making an Invasion by sea.
Bea crossing are always disastrous to cav
alry, which I notoriously the weak point
of the Japanese troop. The Jspaneoe will
not be able to Cepart far from the Corean
coast aa they njuat remain, near their
It I added that the Russian must watch
the Yalu .river, which 1 liable to sudden
floods and which it would be useless to
cross If they could not return..
PARIS, March It. A St, Petersburg cor
respondent of the Echo de Pari says Gen
eral Kauropatkln telegrapha that he ha
passed Omak, and he adds that tomorrow
there will be $$0,000 Russian troops concen
trated between Harbin and Port Arthur.
SEOUL, March IT l:S0 p. mv-Flve tnotis
and engineer are now employed In the
building of the military railroad from Seoul
to Wi Ju. Only a few mile have been com
pleted. Civilian ere working on the rail
road from Beoul to Fu San. This road
can not be completed before next October.
C1AR VISITS THE NEW DOCK YARDS
Inspects Boats la Coarse of Coaatrne
tloa for the Navy.
ST. PETERSBURG, March 18,-The em
peror visited the new admiralty dockyard
today. He wa looking pale, but was
cheerful and smilingly greeted the 11,000
dock workers, who turned out to welcome
him. The emperor went on board ..the
transport Kamtchatka and Inspected the
vessel' arrangement for accommodating
LOCO men. It will be ready In a few
months. The emperor then boarded th
first-class protected erulser Oleg. The
Qlsg's engine are ready, but its turret
and conning tower are not yet armored
and Ita gun are not In position. . His
majesty asked a number, of question and
looked pleased at what he had, seen.
Xo Confirmation of Japanese I.oes.
, PARIS, March 13. No reports have beea
received at th Foreign office or e'sewhere
confirming a bourse rumor of a great
Japanese defeat, which probably grew from
the unafflrmed Shnnghat report of the de
feat of $00 Japaneso by a Russian force of
via The Wabash
via ine vvaoasn '
by a cash prepaid subscription to THE BEat,
votes for each oullar paid. eta.
until ths amount due to dale has been paid.
to "Exposition Departmanl," Oroaha Us.
LEANING TOWARD ENGLAND
Fraiiot Meant of Drawing finsnia Toward
Iti Old Tim Enemy.
MORE TO FEAR FROM GERMAN THAN BRITON
Rossis Press, wllh Kieeptlon of
Noroo "treaty. Takes Kindly to
the Idem of Caltlratlna; the
(Copyright, 1904, by New York Herald Co.)
ST. PETERSBURG, March 1$.-(NW
Tork-Heruld Cable-gram Special Tele
gram to The Ueo.) The Franco-English
"entente' today occupies a premier place
and la halted with surprising satisfaction.
The Vledomostle says: "We must admit
that England can never be an enemy and
that Oermuny Is constantly threatening
our frontier. Germany makes no secret of
the fact that she wanta to increase her
colonies. Accordingly we ought not to
quarrel with England, but to use this sen
timent a a buffer with which to protect
us from Germany. An alliance with Japan
will not last. Where will England' sym
pathies go afterward?
"W ar convinced that the moment ha
now arrived to stop Anglophobe tactics of
the Melcherski type and to show that
England's true position Is the one she has
taken up lately, after which she will know
how to grasp the hand held out by Rus
sia." ' The Oasette I surprisingly pro-English
"Through the good offices of our excel
lent ally, better relations may come be
tween us and our foes. If so, It would
be well, not only for ourselves, but for
Europe In general." ' '
The Novoe Vremya, which Is a rabidly
Anglophobe a the London Times Is Rus
sophobe, will not admit that a Franco-
Anglo "entente" i possible until England
deliver up Egypt.
TIMID COREAXS FLEE FROM SEOl'L
United Ptates Cruiser , Takes Friends
of Rnssla to Che Foo,
SEOUL, March ,18.-The United Stat?
cruiser Cincinnati took to Che Foo the
Corean General Yl Hak Kyumcn and
Chamberlain Ha Bang, both advocates of
the declaration of the neutrality of Core ,
submitted to the powers In January, the
effect of which would have been favorable
to Russia. When the Japanese were vic
torious at Chemulpo the advocate of neu
trality became alarmed and many of them
came to the American legation and acught
an asylum. Minister Allen declined to re-
delve them and urged them to remain at
their homes, stating that nothing would
happen to them If they followed but advloe.
None of them have been molested.- "
Hak Bang, who went between the em
peror and the legation and wa a frequent
caller at the American legation, took refuge
In the Palace of Flowers, which belong to
the emperor, but I kept by. a German
woman and files the German flag. ' Marquis
Jto la Oow accommodated there.,, Hak Sang
thereby Increased the suspicion of the pro-
Russians, and in view of the Japanese suo
ceases, he decided o flea from the country.
He asked Minister Allen to allow him to
go to Cite Foo on the Cincinnati. Minister
Allen declined to do so, unless Japanese
Minister Hayashl bad no objection.
Hayashl offered him transportation on a
Japanese boat, but Hak Bang, being afraid
to accept, refused ths offer and renewed
his appeal to be allowed to go on the Cin
cinnati, to which Minister Hayashl con
Japanese fihh kills one horse.
Ylcerojr Aiextefl Cable Caar of Oper
1 ' atlona la the Far East.
ST. PETERSBURG, March 18.-Vlceroy
Alexleff today cabled to the csar from
Mukden ' aa follows:
General Mlshtchento reports that Ping
Yang la occupied by Japanese infantry
with some guns and that Corean carts are
carrying their supplies, The enemy's cav
alry Is not visible In large bodies and only
Isolated horsemen are seen. Their horse
Our patrol discovered the presence of
the enemy's Infantry on the banks of the
('hong Cheng river about three miles from
An Ju. The enemy opened Are. and killed
one of our horses.
Concerning the loss of the cruiser Boy
arin at Port Arthur, a private letter says
that the two vessel struck a floating mine
dropped by the Japanese.. Naval engineer
are preparing to raise the' Boyaiin, though
It la thought doubtfiit whether it will be
fit for fighting purposes, as It la feared
that the tremendous concussion has more
than likely strained the frames.
MAY HOI4J PORT TWO YEARS,
Opinion a to Strength of Place Come
from Sew Chwanar.
NEW CHWANO. March 1.-Th work Of
undocklng the ' Russian gunboat Slvoutch
has begnn co a to enable It to enter the
Ltao river at the earliest possible moment.
Three small boat from Port Arthur have
been dlsentralned at the railway station.
The above fact, together with the Russian
demands for a market here for lumber
nd grain bag, la taken to Indicate the
proposed execution of plan to fortify
the enet bank of the Ltao river from the
railway station to the fort and th coast
line to Kin Chau.
Officlul denials of the reports prevailing
fl Japan that Vice Admiral Makaroff
fears the loss of his fleet If he remains at
Port Arthur and. therefore contemplate
an attempt to escape, were sent to Toklo
today. Competent puthorltles much doubt
th probability of the Japanese reducing
Port Arthur under two year.
- Report nnronge to Japanese,
PORT ARTHUR. Thuredsy, March 1T.
AOcordlng to Information received from
Russians at Shanghai, during the fighting
Can't Do It
Heart affections will not get well of
themselves; neltrer du they remain Inac
tive. If tne cause Is not removed, they
continue to g rw In number and severity.
They are the outgrowth of exhausted
nerve force, and ths heart cannot stop to
est, as do other organs, but must con
tinue to struggle until completely disablrd,
and that's tho end.
On the very first Indication of heart
trouble, you ran tuop all progress and ef
fect a cure by the use of
Dr. Miles Heart Cure
the iruwt effective heart remedy known,
it build up, feeds and strengthens th
nerves and mu-u-le. of the heart, and re
stores it to perfect health.
"I had serl'US heart trouble for two
months my life veemej to hang by a
thread, when my aitrntloa was c.llei
to Ir. Miles' Huart t'urn. I commence!
taking the Heart Cur and Nervine and
In two months they restored me to com
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If nrst bottle falls to Leueftt, mouey oaik.
WAR NEWS AND PICTURES
are ths thloy just now, and
The Dee, with its otutoni
ury enterpiido, ha! nrriiripod to
iipi!pintnt Its oYcrllriit soevlee In
tills Hue by iidilliiir pictures made
from phototrrupli taken ly;Jamr
It. Hare. th upei'lnf war photo;
rnplier for Collier's Weekly. Not
an Ihsus of The IlirjHtnittrt'Hpe lma
appeared for inontliK" without nn
llluRtrnted nrtlelo prepared by a
spectnllst on the countries and peo
ples Involved in the present strug
gle. Its arrangement 'for tele
graphic! and cable news of the wnr
are the most complete ever mode
by any western newapsptT, and ita
special New York Herald t-orre-apoiulenee
la now supplemented by
ths Collier's complete service, so
that readers of Th Bee will not
only get the earliest and most reli
able news of the affairs In the Far
Kast, but will also have the best of
illustrated special stories each week.
NIPPON DINJI TO THE f R0NT" is th
title of the article in the com
ing number of The Illustrated Bee
in which Frederick' Palmer, the
Collier commissioner In Japan, de
scribes the niobllUntlon of the Jap
anese army. It is illustrated from
? holographs made by Jahios H.
lare, the noted Colrter, pbotog
raphef. , I'., .
HOW THE ARM LS MOVE" i.
script! m of the commissariat
arrangements of the Japanese and
Uusslan war department, treating
to them theoretically nd- practi
cally. It is written by an army ofll
eer and gives much detnlled in
formation of the service of each.
This, too, is lllustrnted from photo
graphs made in Japan. '
WITH THE JAPS DUllNfj TARGET
PRACTICE" l tho beading of
the story Alfred Sonnischn tells, of
how he onee spent two hour and
a hnlf on board a Japanese man-of-war
while the big guiu were being
tried, it Is a very Interesting tcr
count of a Jio.vel experience, and
gives an Iden of why. the Japanese
have proved the.ubclvea so superior
at taw. . a .
JAPANESE-PHILIPPINE TRADE" I the
subject discussed thU eek by
Mr. Alomo Stewart in. his very in-'
teresting sprleg of letters on condi
tions in tho archipelago, lie deals
with a subject JUtJe wusldered ,by
Americans, and shows , how the
present and proposed- shipping laws
will Work, a great. Injustice to the
mariners of, the Philippines. It is
a most interesting pd . timely jirti-
('1P -.t -H-.-iv jjnlt'-. J ."
: .: JN .LAIOJt" u deU with u
v .tw vbad by Mr. Frank "G".
Carpenter with . .fffwdertck W- Jaib,
the secretary of the Chicago- Em
ployera' association. Mr. Jpb tells
of his org'anif atlon's flgTit o'1 organ
ised labor," why and -wherefore,
and Tfhat nas beeri accomplished.
It illustrated with a fine picture
of Mr. Job. . 1
NATHANIEL p. OOdDWlN PLAYS, GOLF
m a- tonic, anil say It haa done
him mora good -than anything he
ever undertook. During hla recent
visit in Omaha a staff photographer
caught Mr. Goodwin and a party of
Omaha men going orer the links at
the Field club, and 'made some ex
cellent pictures. These illustrate
an article of much interest concern
ing this well known American
comodlan. . ,
OMAHA IS A GREAT FRUIT CENTER, a
fact that la- not generally
known, but a apecial article, Illus
trated from photographs made In
the local fruit market tella the
story. A tine picture of 'Rear Ad
miral Walker, U. S. N., (retired),
who Is president of the Isthmian
Canal Commission,' adorns the front
page, and there are other interest
ing features illustrated and other
wise. If you are tibt now a sub
scriber, you ought; 'to order the
paper today from ybiir newsdealer.
at Port Arthur February 10 and February
11, the battleship Mlkasa, was struck b
ten projectiles and seriously damaged. T'l
battleships and two cruisers have been
docked for repairs at Nagasaki and Baaebo
und 1.000 wounded men are said to be In
the Japanese hospitals. , All Russian
wounded und sick at Port Arthur are msk
ing good progress toward recovery.
DECIDES KtUJRO WAS HOT KLKCTKIJ.
House Committee Hefnaes to Venture
Oplnlea la Lever Case.
,WAHINOTON. March Jl-In making Its
report today In favor of Mr. f.ever in the
Dantsler and Lever contest from the
Seventh district of Bouth Carolina, the
house committee No. 1 on elections take
th view that Dantsler, a negro, was not
elected. At the same time, th eammlttee
refused to say that Lever was elected, nnd
the report leave htm In the same position
as If no report had been mad. The com
mittee advances the opinion that if it an
dorsed the disfranchisement of the colored
men the ruling would be a precedent for
unseating nearly every man In certain
tale which it name. - '
Baoeate MaraWrer f itseea.
SKOfL, March 18. On Wednesday, March
11 thirteen accomplices In- the murder of
the queen in 1MB were executed by strang
ling in the city prison. Twenty-two high
waymen were similarly executed at the
Hears Kothla vf Wreck.
ST. PETERS HI' Kd, March J8.-:a0 p. m.
The admiralty has no confirmation of the
reported lee of th torpedo bvat destroyer
fckorl off Port Arthur. , .
IWEX1V UIOUSAND ARE O.T
Brio' Uysn in Hew Ycr. Quit "ork Pnt
iog OjDferenc ait i .i.lojefj.
OTHER BULDING LS ARE AFFECTED
Twenty- Ire HouUrrd Lithographers
Strike Rather Than Be Lacked
Oat for I'ellere i Sign
NEW YORK. March 18.-Twenty thous
and bricklayers and laborers and about
2,0)D iruii laborers are on strike, und unless
a. settlement can be reached at a confer
ence, the strike will probably sprejul mull
abuut lw.flui) men ure Involved. The em
ployers, considering it Improbable that nny
settlement will be reached, are pfcpntlng
for the strike, which they think will fol
low. Members of other u:ilons, .who will
be out of work because they caMiot pro
ceed with building without bricklayers, are
said to be Indignant that tho I'dcklaycrs
should tie tip the whole bul'dlng Industry.
Twenty-five hundred lithographers have
struck rather than be locked out. They
quit work when they found that they must
sign the arbitration agreement or be dis
charged. Ths employers say that fifty-five
men have already signed the agreement
and are ready to go to work, but the offi
cer of tho union declare positively that
only sixteen men have signed.
Conntlna; Votes of Miners.
INDIANAPOU8, Ind., March 18-The
teller are bt ay today completing tlie
counting of the votes of the miners on (ha
proposition to accept or reject the orera
tors' offer of a two year' wage sosle. Na
tional officer it the mine workers say thi
vote will be heavier than they first mo-
poeed and the majority In fttvor of accent
ing the proposition may be materially re
duced by the vote '
The teller completed their work this aft
ernoon and announced th vote as fol ows:
Total vete cast, lGS.Sri; for acfeptlhg the
scale, OS. 51 4, against the' scale, and In favor
of a strike, 07,873; majority agairst a strike,
Secretary Wilson of , the United Mine
Workers snlft a meeting of the Joint sub
scale committee would" m all probnbl Ity be
called for Indianapolis next Monday, when
the scale would be signed for two years
and arrangements would be made fT ihe
next joint convention to meet two years
After- the total vote had been ascertained
by the tellers the work of canvassing the
states was begun, and it Is thought that
the votes of each state will be known by
Restrain Structural Workers.
KANSAS CITY, March 18. A strainlnfr
order of wide scope was tonight ismied by
Judge Phillips of the I'nlted Btntes circuit
court against Iron Wrrkers' union No. 10,
the Hoisting Engineers' union No. 4 and
the Plledrlvers' union No. S, Tho essence
of the order is to the effect that the mem
bers of these unions must in no way in
terfere with the work now being done by
the Riverside Iron works of New Jersey, a
company' which has Several Kansas City
building under construction."
The Injunction Is the outgrowth of the
recent vandalism perpetrated at the Proctor
& Gamble plant In Armourdale. Tho peti
tioners left the Inference with the court
that further depredations might occur. Tho
writ are returnable on March 10. All of
the buildings on which the plaintiff com
pany are doing work are being closely
SDUY GOES TO THE WALL
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new of the suspension' itself amounted to
between S and IS a bale In May and July.
The late month ar not affected to any
Sally la Cblcasjo.
CHICAGO, March U. Mr. Sully in the
past few weeks acquired membership oa
the Chicago Board of Trade and .caused a
brief aensation In the wheat pit. His opera
tions In grain, however, are said to have
been relatively unimportant. New of the
failure wa received here Just as the clos
ing gong sounded on .'change. There was
a slump of i cents In wheat today, chiefly
In the closing hour, but It Is said that Haul
daiion for Sully account was a factor In
the tremendous selling pressure.
Plow to tlio Catton - Trade.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.i March 18.-The an
nouncement of the embarrassment of Daniel
J. Sully came as a blow to the cotton trade,
Mr. Dully belongs in this city and hi dar
ing operation have been followed closely.
Many local speculators followed his ex
ample and advice, and not a few profited
handsomely last year. In manufacturing
circles, however, there ha been little sym
pathy with Sully, and mill owner arid
agent were prominent In expressing be
liefs that th suspension would do much
toward relieving the uncertain situation In
the textile trade.
May Demoralise Dry Goods Market.
FAIX RIVER. Mass., March W'-Fall
River manufacturer, especially those who
have made heavy contracts while the ma.
terlal was well up in price, are somewtiat
disturbed over the failure of D. J. Sully A
Co. They fear that cotton will drop much
lower and thus demoralise ths goods mar
ket. Should the price of goods decline. to
any great extent. It I feared losses would
be considerable, especially on material made
from high c6tton,
Decline Will Be Beneficial.
PHILADELPHIA. Msrch 18.-A member
of the firm of Oeorge H. McFadden 4 Pro.,
cotton brokers of this city, said: "The de
cline, amounting to about f 18 a bale, will be
beneflolal to the eotton Industry, because It
will allow manufacturer to purchase cot
ton at a marketable rate. Numerous mills
were closed on account of the high price of
cotton, The losses will fall solely, I be
lleve. upon tho speculators, as the product
I now entirely out of the hands of the pro
LEIOH, Neb., March 18 (8peclal.)-Ye-terday
occurred the marriage of Carl Arm
bruat and Miss Alma Urotteluschen at the
home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Henry
Henke, seven mile south of Leigh, Rev. J.
T. Smith officiating.
IXM3AN, la.. March 18.-(BpeelaI.)-Yo.
terday st the home of the bride' father,
K. O. Stone, occurred th marriage of
J. N. Berkley to Ruth B. Stone. Berkley
I manager of one of Ixigan'a principal
stores, oierated py the Borklcy company.
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la the best medicine In the world for bad
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Sliver Mea Walk Ont.
HASXINGS. Neb., March 18. (Speclul
Telegram.) The democrats and populiats
met In city convention tonight. A storm
was precipitated when V. B. Trimble wus
mentioned for mayor, It being charged th.it
Mr. Trimble was a gold democrat In 1SUS.
A 'portion of tne silver democrat delegates
I J"k-" -'' -
.; UU MV1S01 SAW.
ti toft , OaM,
withdrew from the convention. Mr. Trlm-
I'le wus nominated. Other nomination
wore: City clerk, Lem Tlbbetts, democrat;
city treasurer. John Powers, democrat;
members of school board, Al Farrens, O.
W. Tlbbetts ami Henry Eltrenberg. The
conventions nominated for water commis
sioner D. H. Wtntworth, democrat, and
John Lyman, populist. A neither would
withdraw, a resolution was adopted em
powering' Joint conference committees to
agree nn one candidate.
The funeral of our late brother, Arthur
It. Shork'.ry, will be held uojer the aus
pices of St. John's lodge No. 2S, Ancient
Free and Accepted Masons, at Masonlo
temple, lfinft Capitol avenue, on Sunday,
March .20, irtnl, at 2 o'clock p. m. All
friends Invited. Interment al Forest Lawn
cemetery WILLIAM T. BOURKE.
Harrison County Doctors Meet.
IXJOAN, la., March 18.-r8reclal.) The
regular meeting of the Harrison County
Medical society was in session here yes
terday. Addt esses were made by the fol
lowing doctors: J. L. Tamest a. H. F. Han
son, J. H. Oasson. C. .W. McOavern, J. J.
Meecham and C. S. Kennedy.
Headaches front Colds.
Laxative Brnmo Quinine removes the
cause. To get the genuine call for the full
name and look for the signature of K. W.
Grove. 25c. -
Woodbine Municipal Ticket.
LOO AN, la., March 18. (Special.) The
folloxvlna- ticket has been nominated at
Woodbine for tho city election: For mayor,
C. W. Reed; for councUmen, Q. N. Young,
A. C. Torrey, James Cromie, O. C. Duvsll
and C. J. Osier; for recorder, E. R. lief! in;
treasurer, Oeorge W. Coe.
A Sure Never Matter
After Pcrter'a Antiseptic Healing OH I ap
plied. Relieves pain instantly and heals at
the same time. For man or beast. Price, I5c.
Alabama Representative I III.
WASHINGTON, March- 18.-The condition
of Representative Thompson of Alabama,
who Is 111 . here with , pneumonia,' is very
Unsatisfactory. todayv ...
Mrs, Miles' Condition Better.
WASHINGTON,' March 18.-The condition
of Mrs.' Nelson A. Miles, who Is danger
ously 111 at the Miles residence here, is
reported better today.
World's Fair Bureau Chief Qntts.
ST. LOUIS, March 18. The resignation-
or i nomas u. jonnaon, enter or tne bu
reau of expedition of the World's fair,
has been tendered to Director of Exhibits
Skiff. ' Mr. Johnson Is from Milwaukee.
The reason for his resignation has not
been made public, although It Is ssld th
onerous duties or his departwent led him
taak to be relieved. '.."
' Notables Reach "Jew York. f
NEW YORK. March ll-Captaln Percy
Atkln of 'the British Commission of Educa
tion tk the St. Louis exposition, and
Charlea M. Hayes, general manager of the
Grand Trunk railway, arrived today on the
White Star steamer Cedrie from Liverpool.
Speedily,: Permanently and
Economically Cured '
WHEN ALLELSE FAILS
Complete External and
Price One Dollar
In ths treatment of torturing, dlsflg
' nrlng, itching, scaly, crusted, pimply,
blotchy and scrofulous humors of th
skin, scalp and blood, with loss of hair,
Cutlcnra Soap, Ointment and Fills bar
. teen wonderlully successful. Sren the
most obstinate of constitutional hu
mors, such aa bad blood, scrofula, In
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loss of hair, glandular swellings, ulcer
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sore eyes, copper-coloured blotches, aa
well as bolli, carbuncles, scurry, sties,
nicer and sores arising from an impure
condition of the blood, yield to th
Cutlcnra Treatment, when all other
And greater f till, If possible, Is th
wonderful record of curea of torturing,
disfiguring humor among Infant and
children. Th suffering which Cutlcnra
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young, and the comfort they have af
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homes as prloeless curatives for the
sktu and blooj. Infantile and birth hu
mors, milk crust, (called bead, scsema,
rashes and every form of Itcblag, aealy.
pimply skin and scalp bumor. with loss
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speedily, permanently and economically
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a.UMto, UUJ ren-ua .!. S. kMsai't.
Begin first day of th mcnth on all
depoaata made on or before the li'th,
PUT YOUR SAV
INGS TO WORK
l Starts a Savings Account
Home Sayings Bank Free.
City Savings Bank
F-stabllshod 14. pw
16 h an d Doujlas 5treets. J J
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For Bale by
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Imperial Hair Regenerator
l STerywhere recognised a the
' STANDARD HAIR COLORING
lor Gray or Bleached Hair. Its appli
cation is sot affected by hatha i permita
enrllsff i is abaolutnly barmleaa, suit In.
valnanle fnr Beard and Mnautrhe. (INK
APPLICATION I.ABTH HONTllM.
'pample of roitr hair colored free, c
lnpcrlalChrai.HI-.ee IH v.2MSt.,NewVerk
Sherman MoCennaM Drug Co., Omaha.
Ufie Best of
The Only Double
Put Exoellenct 1
Jt Ko. toliA train mail
vp in OmA daily ON
TIME mt S.S0 p. in , ami'- '
ing Chicmg 7:30 next morn.
, ng. Librury, hxtfftt Car,
Btrbtr, ntt Mmndmrd XUep-tt-,
1401-1403 FARNAM 8T.
Piftenth and Capitol Ave.
Head our special "ad" every Sunday
and Wednesday In Th Bee..
I eleplion ".HI.
Every Night, Matinees Thursday, Satur
day and Sunday.
f . Modern Vaudeville
Julia Klngsley U Co., Snyder & Iiuckl'sy,
Robertus da Wllfredo. A. O. pnncan. Joe
1'lyiiii. Abtins ben umar hut the Kno-
Prices lOr. SB and OOe.
today at awrnisicirr at a
EIVVAIU) Al ORGAN
In "The Eternal City"
I'rlree Mat., Sue, iXv, 75(, $1.U; Kven
Iiik. t. yic. 7'ic, tl. o0, $l.Sn.
Bun. Mat. and Mr.t-ni.rj OLSON.
best Scats 23c.
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