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TnB OMAHA DAILY BEEs SATURDAY,' MAIiCII 10. 1904.
Altogether they're ths
tnarteKt conceit :hat hars
reached us or anybody else
this year. They wfll ba
offered to you now at sur
prisingly loir ptloes.
Greed Sale of $12.50 Ladies9 Suits Continued
is Our Spring
Suits at 12.50
flew trlpls cape, Eton effecta,
w'.th separata peau de sole il k
girdle, back and (Idea are elabor
ately trimmed with raloed cord In,
coat In satin 11 nod, skirt la full
nine-gore flare, trimmed on sldea.
made Of fine quality
cheviot and all shadea,
18 50 values for ,
'TOUNTIES NAME FAVORITES
Eiohardson Puts On-. Fred Miller for Becre
tary of Bute.
OTOE ENDORSES VHAIT FOR SAME PLACE
aaaders Coaaea l with Plekett for
Lam 4 Commissioner All Thro -,
for ' Barkett for the
FALLS CITT. Neb.. March 18.-Speolal.)
In the Richardson county convention held
yesterday Fred MUler was allowed to select
his own delegation to the state convention,
he being candidate for secretary of state.
Congreasman Burkett was endorsed. The
delegation In ths legislature was instructed
to vote for him for senator, the members
r.f the state delegation were .Instructed to
vote for the nomination of Mr. Burkett,
and ths' congressional delegates were in
structed to rota for blm for congressman.
The following ticket was nominated: For
senator, Judgo Tucker of Humboldt; for
representatives, W. H. Hogref, Stella;
Qeorgf. Smith,' Dawson,' and R.IS.' Grin-
stead, Salem, , For county. attorney, W. H.
Morrow. ', a. 3. Crook was endorsed as dele
gate to ths national convention. .
Saaaders County for Mckett.
WAH60, Neb., March 1. (Speclai Tsle
grsm.) The Baunders county republican
convention met in Weiioo today to select
delegates to the stats, , congressional and
senatorial conventions. Resolutions were
adopted endorsing the national and state
administrations, also Hlnshaw for oongreai
and Burkett tat United States senator.
The following: lasolutlon was adopted:
The candidacy of Hon. T. J. Pickett of
thla oouuty fur commissioner of public,
lands and buUdlngs meets our full and
loyal endorsement and we commend him
In the highest aad strongest terms to the
favorable consideration of the stats con
vention. We express our full appreciation
of hla services In the promotion of ths In
terests of the republican party In thla
county and state fur a period of nearly
twsnty-Ove years, and wa trust that his
faithful services will be properly rewarded
and Saunders county honored by his nomt
nation.. . .
It Is the further expression of this con
vention that the delegates from thla county
to the state convention be Instructed to
unqualifiedly support the candidacy Of Hon.
T 1 Pickett fur aald nomination, by voice
iAc rote, and to use every honorable means
. to bring about the recognition of this
worthy and loyal republican.
The following are the delegates to ths
. . . -1 - , T T . . r r
State convention vr. xiumuu, ii. n.
Bhedd, D. P. Turley, P. J. Hall. W. J.
Lehr, Claua Peters, John Jeppcon, H. K.
Marcy, F. B. Knapp, John Beaumont, J. S.
- Walln, F. W. Smith, Thomas Madlgan,
Charlea Perky, F. M. Btratton. J. J. John
son. Dean Sherman, J. C. Holmea, Ales
Laverty. J, C. Wilson and R. C. Brows
The following are the delegates to the
congressional convention: O. A. Scott.
B. Hall. J. B. Uvtsay. Martin Mays, Orant
Wagner, H. F. Starrman, George A. Byrne,
Herman Hanke, Peter Wolfe. Fred Jack
son, R. K. Johnson, Ia E. Carlaon, John
.Walla, E. E. Good, B. E. Hendricks, Joseph
Erlckson, Walter Fleming, C. A. Lola,
Matt Rarmuasen and W. M. Becker.
Otee Repaallostna Preaeat Walt.
BTRACUSE. Neb.. March lS.-(8pecial
Telegram.) Otoe county republicans in con
vention here today unanimously endorsed
Hon. Addison Walt of thla place for aecre
tary of state and Instructed the delegation
from this county to the state convention
to Use every effort to secure his nomination.
If he had so dcelred he could have chosen
Ms own delegations ' The convention alo
Bright's Disease Cured.
Jamas Bryant. Canad so rilller, In
Last Stages of Brht's D ss.M, Was
Completely Cured la Fouf flonths
by "Ssfs Curs."
"Two months ago. In my business as
miller, I severely strained my back a,nd for
months waa confined to the house, most of
the time In bed. My kidneys and liver
were Just as bad aa could be and live.
Urine waa very highly colored, sometimes
bloody; soinetl nea with albuminous dl
charges, cloudy and with sediment like
brlckduHt. ' 1 paid out. llbO fur doctors
bills and so-called sure kidney cures, and
then left them all and completely cured
myiMtlf with a few botllea of Waruer s
Safe Cure. There Is not lis eual In medi
cine for liver aid kidney troubles.
"I am perfectly well now and cannot say
enough in pralue of the wonderful effuvls
( Safe Cure." JAMr-d Bit V ANT. King
Thousands of men and women Uks Mr.
Bryant sre throwing away their hard-oarnt-d
dollars and wasting precious time
on worthless ne-i'alld sure cures tor kidney
troubles. Prominent dtxtoia will all tell
you that Wanior'a Safe Cure Is the only
rlaln cure tl.it will cure all diabases of
Idneys. liver. I ladder and blood and leave
no bad aiier-ef acta
It has cured thousands of eases after
everything elae tailed, snd will cure you.
Sold by all urueKims, or direct, 6tc and 84
a b-ill. MmhVal booklet free. Warner's
Safe furs Co . Hirhwltr, N. Y.
Safe llii move ths bevels gently and
aia a abily. cuis. '
f& 'yhtmhPt xrort. OMAHA -
la many new shapes
and styles, trimmed
with taffeta strap
ping In many of the
newest and most pop
ular designs, extra
ordinary val- 0
lies at I12.M, X HI I
MO made especially
tor us. In new and
popular weaves and
colors, a skirt tbat
you would consider
""""fSrigriniin Men's High Cla.ss Clothing
Our display of men's clothing 13 now ready for your inspection
anda oampariwa or styles and prlcss sv.ll readily demonstrate the
superiority of our lines. For tomorrow only we will sell elegant
all wool cheviot suits at $6.50. An imported fancy worsted, regular
$18 value for $9.70 and any of the latest fancy oheviots for only
$12.80. All these suits are strictly hand-tailored throughout.
Advance Showing of;
New Spring Hats
, .in ..i. 1 ii ia
tomorrow we will place on sale) m,n.
a fine black Stilt hat. Just like cut this makes ahoes to sell only at 5.00. snr
, . i . .i j w a " comes In a fine quality of vlcl SaV 4a
Is an exclusive hat, "none bet- 1 F A i kid and has genuine oak heels. sW M
ter made," for mUM price
You Can Charge It.
endorsed the administration of Governor
Mickey, lieutenant Governor McOllton and
Treasurer Mortenaen, and adopted a resolu
tion favoring the promotion of Congress
man Burkett to the United States senate,
but regretting to lose his services as con
gressman from the First district. Appro
priate resolutions were also adopted con
cerning the death of Mark Hanna. Ftank
Helvey of Nebraska City waa endorsed as
district delegate to the republican national
Ths following were chosen delegntes-sU
large to the state convention: Judge Paul
Jcsscn of Nebraska City, Hon. O. Horns of
Syracuse, F. C. Nicholson, W. H. Pltser,
R. W. Kelly, Patrick Roddy, Henry Brandt,
Omar Paah, Charles Dorman, 8. M. Parker,
J. H. Arer.ds, R. W. Jones, M. C Harrison,
Job Cassel, Alexander McCune, Herman
Arends, Theodore Ferrlck, H. F. Wellenslk,
William Heather and Senator Charles Mar
shall. Delegates to the First congressional con
vention: XI. R. Ervlne, F. E. Helvey,
W. U Wilson, Frank McCartney,' C. D.
Bt. John. A. D. Paah. William Ehlers,
Thomas Rodaway, O. W. Eggleston, J. F.
Diener, William Ashton, F. V, McCartney,
Job Cassel, E. B. Souders, Henry Winkle
peck. Joel Eaton, D. C. Beyette, Michael
Bartoler, H. C. Walker and J. R. McKoe. .
TTORepresentatlve R. W.. W. Jones bf Dunbar
called the convention to order and discussed
the questions of the day.1 Representative
Job Cassel of Nebraska City waa chairman
of ths convention. All the precincts were
- Creamery Cesipaay at Beatrice.
BEATRICE, Neb., March U.-8peclal.V-
The Beatrloa creamery OJi.rany of Lin
coln has purchased the Jbcr worth plant in
this city and will assume control of ths
same at once. Mr. W. W. Boiworth will
be retained as manager of ths company's
interests hers, ha having; been the head of
the Bosworth Produce company for years.
It Is authentically ' reported that G. &
Haskell, president of ths Beatrice Cream
ery company, who has been In ths city the
past few days fpr the purpose of closing
the deal, has Intimated that ths company
will soon begin ths erection of a eold
storage plant and that an effort wU be
made to reach out after business on a
much larger scale In ths future than la
Calls Attacked ky Hoes.
GRAND ISLAND, March 18. (Special. )
Late yesterday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. H.
P. Hansen brought their little daughter
Opal in from ths oountry for surgical at
tendance, the little ons having been
severely lacerated by a hog, narrowly es
caping a most horrible death. She was
playing about her father's farm and watch
ing a pen of little pigs and the mother,
when she suddenly lost her balance on ths
fence and fell within. The Intrusion was
Immediately resented and the enrsged
mother of the litter fell upon the 4-year-
old girl, one tusk penetrating the left eye
lid. fortunately sparing the eye, ths other
the lower Up. The father, who was nearby,
was luckily an observer of the accident and
at once rushed to the place, knowing; ths
danger, and rescued the child.
Trlephoaes Flsare la Election.
FREMONT. Neb., March 18.(8peoial.)
The republican caucuses for the nomination
of candidates were held laat evening and
were largely attended, the telephone ques-
tlon being the Issue In the campaign. In
the Second ward a strong- fight was nuule
on John H. Blobb, who was up for re -
election ana waa vppueu uy me leiepnone
Interests, but he won out. The other candi
dates nominated were: First ward, J. C.
Le; Third ward, A. Forman; Fourth ward,
W. P. Foote.
Sarpy Caaaty Asaessors Meat.
PAPILLION, Neb.. March 18. (Special.)
The deputy assessors of Sarpy c-uunty
met yesterday with their chief. County
Assessor Oottsch, at the court house,
where such matters as related to their
duties wsrs discussed and necessary In
structions Issued. Real estate and per
sonal property will be assessed for one
fifth of Its real value, making the assess
ment a trifle higher than heretofoie.
Oottsch Impressed his deputies with the
necessity of following strictly the instruc
tions and to allow no taxable property to
Lleewae the lseae at Alkloa.
ALBION. Neb.. March 18.-(Speclal.)-Two
municipal tickets have been nomin
ated, of which the present mayor, I. Letson,
heads the no-ltcense and F. J. Mack the
license ticket. Both factions have agreed
to submit tbe question of license or no
license, and abide the decision of the voters
on that queatlon. The etty for several years
has been very closely divided on the ques
tion of saloon. Last year the no-llcense
element carried by a small majority.
New Oaeeala Flraa.
OSCEOLA, Neb., March 11 (Special)
Mr. W. O. Johnson, former county clerk,
after going out of office, went to Lincoln,
but returned a&4 entered the mercantile
Mada with full Area
aleevaa, extra deep bark and
front bertha effects, yoke
collar and cufM, trlmme.t
with rowa or laoe Inarrilon,
r i iitii,
lined throughout with
orgsndy. A great
.value for or.ly
An unusuilly select assort
ment of theae popular new
rln coats the very latest In
style and materials. The
proper coats for runabout
wear, shopping, traveling, etc.
all strictly man-tailored
great values from
Footwear for Men
Wa are Just Introducing this new shoe.
maue lor us unaer special arrango-
by a manuf,Pturer who uxunfiiv
You Can Charge It.
business here. Lately O. P. Heald went
to Lincoln with his family to go Into busi
ness. He has also returned and will go
Into business with Mr. Johnson, the firm
name to be Johnson & Heald. Mr. Heald
returned last night, and the band of which
hs was one of the best members, mot him
at the train and escorted him up town.
Mr. Heald waa formerly the stenographer
for Judge Bornberger and when Born
berger "got left" the other fellow waa
Locates Stolea Hare,
ALBION, Neb., March 18. (Special.)
About three weeks ago F. M. Tully of
Cedar Rapids, this oounty, lost a valuable
mare by theft, and Immediately sent out
postal cards to the r.herlffs of the state,
describing the mars and offering a reward
for It . Yesterday he received word from
the sheriff of Keya Paha eounty that a mare
answering the description had been taken
charge of by him and the rider arrested.
Mr. Tully and Sheriff Clark left yesterday
evening to Investigate.
Oaoalia Maa Is Speaker.
FLATTBMOUTH. Neb., March 18. Spe
cial.) At the regular meeting of Ever
green camp. No. TO, Woodmen of tbe
World, last evening, seventeen new candi
dates were initiated. The initiatory cere
monies were conducted by , Deputy J. J.
Blodget, ssslsted by Rev. Sohleh of Omaha,
a lecturer for the order. The local camp
la growing rapidly and Is now ons of ths
largest lodges In this city.
Beatrice to Held Carnival.
BEATRICE, Neb., March 18. (Special.)
At a moetlng of the carnival committee
of the Beatrice Commercial club yester
day afternoon It waa decided to hold a
trade carnival In this city the first week
In May. Aside from ths special bargains
being offered by the merchants It la the
Intention of the club to furnish ths public
with some variety of entertainment during
Batertala Omaha Gaeats.
PAPILLION, Neb., MarrU 18. (Special.)
Ths dancing party given last nJght by
ths Papllon Social club waa the most
pleasant affair of ths season. Ths ball
was beautifully decorated with bunting,
evergreens and shamrocks. A wagonload
of Omaha young people were present
. PaptlHea Mlasloaajry Starts Home.
PAPILLION, Neb., March 18.-(Speclal.)
Mrs. Aiken, a former resident of Papll
Hon, but for the past few rsars a mis
sionary In Slam, left that plaoe February
U, sad will arrive here about May 1 for
a visit with relatives..
Bsaal Saflrraatsts to Give Dlaaer.
GENEVA, Neb., Msrch 18. (Special.)
A meeting of the officers of the Equal
Suffrage association waa held at William
Brayton's this afternoon, to plan for the
uausl supper on the evening of the munic
Will Dedlcats Cksrck.
BEATRICE. Neb., March 18.-(Bpeolal.
The German Lutheran church will be ded
icated here next Sunday. Special services
will be held morning, afternoon and even
ing-, conducted by Rev. Mr. Reents of
I.oalsvllle Itetaiaa Tearbera.
LOUISVILLE, Neb., March 18. (Special)
1 The Board of Education met last evening
and re-elected all the teachers for nsxt
and see if that
cause of your trouble.
Try leaving it off ten days, use
and if your physical ails begin
to disappear you will know ex
actly what to do to get back to
I comfort and health again,
RECIPROCAL TAX LAW DEAD
Enprsms O.ni Holds it W: Repeal! b;
Implication ia 1897.
KNOCKS STATE OUT OF MANY THOUSANDS
Also Liable for Abeai flSO.OOO raid
by the laanraaee Companies
Darin the Past Flrteea
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., March U.-(Speilul.)
In a supplemental r"80 which Wis not
with the opinion filed yesterd.iy. In ths
case of llio North American Insurance com
pany, the supreme court hoMs that the
reciprocal tax low ass repealed by im
plication In the! legislature of 18S7. This
derision will result In the state bel.ig un
able to collect from 130,000 to ITO.txy due
tor the past year from companies organ
ised In other states and will make the
state responsible to the companies for
about 8150,000 In taxes collected from these
companies during the last fifteen years.
The court holds that the section of the
statute providing for this tax waa re
pealed by the act at the legislature In
1887 amending the revenue laws of thit
year, which Impliedly,, wipes out all other
taxea than thoc specified In tho revenue
law. The legislature of that year passed
an amendment to ths revenue law provid
ing that insurance companies operating In
the state shall pay taxes on the net pre
mium, and provided that: ' Insurance
companies shall be subject to no other
tax, fees or license under the law of this
state, except taxes ' on real r.atat s and
the fees Imposed by section 82 of an act
regulating Insurance companies pnased
February 28, 1873."
Section 32 of chapter . xllll referrel . in
the above section relates to tho fci-i. w!;lch
I the insurance deportment may collect for
j filing articles of incorporation and npjiti
of compunles, but the statute exprcsrly
provides that the tax collected on net re
ceipt shall be In lieu of all other taxes',
license and fees, And ' .hcrefore tho court
holds that section 33, of chapter xllll of
the ttatutes of 1M3 under which the re
ciprocal tax Is levied, was repealed by
Takes Dose of Morphine,
Nina Moore, employed In a restaurant
here, swallowed a dose, of morphine today
because her lover indicated to her that he
did not Intend to marry . her. She was
pumped out by a physician and is now
doing well. The woman was found In her
room on O street suffering from the ef
fects of tho poison and readily told In
quirers what she had done, and made no
objections to the calling of a physician.
Upon getting back Into the land of the
living she announced that she waa much
In love with one Herman Mlnlch, who
works at the Llndell hotel and that at
his request she had quit her Job and begun
to make her wedding clothes. Last night,
shs said, Mlnlch ssnounced that he had
changed his mind.. ";
Caaaot Collect Extra Fee.
County attorneys who have been prom
ised extra compensation by county com
missioners for work performed will not
be able to collect the money. This was
decided by ths supreme court at the sit
ting concluded yesterday evening. Ths
oase was entitled Wilson against the
County of Otoe and was dtcided In favor
of the county. Wilson was county attor
ney and was granted extra compensation
by the oounty ootri.Usloners. Payment
was refused him and the suit, was brought
In a' former case if the Same nature,
Shepherd against EstterUnr. At Neb, 832,
ths court held the opposite view.
Kelly Champloa at Checkers.
W, Kelly.,, pf Omaha is the champion
checker player of ths state for ths sec
ond time, . winning the medal this after
noon, by defeating C. E. Calkins in ths
Calls Mats Warraata.
State Treasurer Uortensen has Issued a
call for warrants cumbered from 87.638 to
88,271 to the amount of $76,000 for March St.
Cobbey Delivers etatatea.
Mr. Cobbey has delivered his C000 copies
of his statutes to the secretary of state and
this morning he received bis warrant for
J4.6O0. the amount appropriated for the work
by the late legislature..
Hold Vw Claims.
Auditor Weston today rejected the claim
of Adjutant General Culver, former Briga
dier General Barry and Colonel Evans for
expense Incurred on their recent trip to
Florida, where they went to take a courts
at the school organlLed for the benefit of
the National Guard. .The expenses aaned
for were: General Culver, $98.20: General
Barry, $100.18. and Colonel Evans, $106.80.
Deputy ASidltor Anthes held that there was
no money appropriated for the purpose of
paying such expenses and therefore they
could not be paid.
Mrs. Nellie Odell, wife of Glenn Odell of
the firm of Odell Bros., contractors, died
this morning t the Bt. Elisabeth hospital,
after an Illness lasting nearly two months.
The funeral will be held tomorrow after
noon from the home, 1408 South Twenty-
Ball Player la Asylasa.
PAPILLION, Neb., March 18. (Special.)
Sarpy county officials have received word
from the authorities In Iowa with a de
mand that this county take charge of
and cars for George Clement, a former
resident of Springfield, . but now confined
In the Mount Pleasant (Ia.) Insane asy
lum as Incurable. Ths officials here are
at a loss to understand upon what grounds
Iowa can expect them to take charge of
the man who has moved away- from this
oounty and settled permanently In an
other state. Clement left 8prtngfleld last
summer, going- to lowa, wnere he was
employed playing ball snd later making
hla residence there.
Oaaes-a Otl Bettor Tkaa a Poroas Plas
ter for cold in cheat A trial bottls eosta
Argue Telepkoao Case.
FREMONT, Neb,, March 18. (Special.)
The Injunction case of the Fremont Tele.
phone company against the city was argued
and submitted before Judge Hollenbeck In
ths district court. The real question In
volved Is the right of the city council to
regulate ths rates of the company, the
claim of the plaintiff being that the action
of the council adopting the franchise reso
lution was Irregular and that the council
cannot fix the rates. The defendant denies
this and also Insists that plaintiff, having
accepted tho franchise and constructed their
plant, la estopped from questioning the
action of the council.
Ia a Class All Alaae.
No other pills en earth can equal Dr.
King's New Life PUls for stomach, liver
and kldneya No cure, no pay. 2ic For
sale by Kuhn Co.
CENTRAL CITT, Neb.. March 18. (Sne-
cial.) Leo Cleary of Grand Island dellv
ered a patriotlo and scholarly oration here
last night on "Ireland and Bt. Patrick." to
a large audience. Irish band boys played
under the direction of Father Delfosse, the
present parish priest Ths play, "Kathleen
ijdavouxntSD," .was given by boms talent
with great success at the new St. Michael s
JAPANESE LINE TO RESUME
Tey Kalsha Steamship Company Will
Raa Baata Between America
SAN FRANCISCO, March IS-Wllllam
Avery, agent for the Too Kluln Kalsha
Steamship company, In this city, snys that
the company la preparing to resume busi
ness between San Francisco and the Orient,
and that It would probably have Its first
new steamships here within the next forty
days. The company will continue to ope
rate Its vesels In conjunction with those
of the Tactile Mall under Its old agree
ment, which has Ween extended.
The company, It H said, has obtained
options on a numlier cf good boats on the
Atlantic, and one or two In Oriental waters,
to take the places of the company's ves
sels, America Msru. Nippon M"ru and
Hong Kong Mnru, recently appropriated
by the Japanese government for service
In Its transport fleet.
HONORS STANTON'S MEMORY
Gift of Cameerle to Keayo" Oolleire
ta Establish Chair at
MOUNT VFRNON. O.. March 18 The
Fife of tVI.OOO In 5 per cent bonds to Kenyon
eollese by Andrew Cnrnegle Is to establish
the Edwin M. Stanton chnlr of economics.
Carnegie gave the money at the suggestion
of (he late M. A. Hanns. who had given
a similar . mount for a dormitory.
On '.earning thnt Stanton had secured Ms
eoileglnte 'raining In Kenyon college,
Carnegie determined to 'name his endow
ment In honor of the late secretary of
Tiar. because when Stanton was secretary
of wnr he made Camrrle assistant man
Igor of telegraphs snd railroads, which
poRlt'on rave Carreuie his start In life.
The heirs of the lute Senator Hanna iiae
given to Kenyon college $15,000 additional
for the purpose of fully completing Hanna
Mothers don't wnit until croup becomes
dangeroun. They Rlve Piso's Cure at once.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Showers and folder, Followed San-
day by Fair Weather la Ne
braska and Iowa.
WASHINGTON, March 18.-Forecast :
For Nebraska and Kansas Showers and
colder Saturday; Sunday, fair.
For Iowa Rain Saturday, colder In west
and central portions; Sunday, fair.
For Colorado and Wyoming Showers and
colder Saturday; Sunday, fair.
For Montana Fair Saturday and Sunday.
For North Dakota Fair Saturday and
For South Dakota Fair and colder Sat
urday; Sunday, fair.'
For Missouri Showers Saturday, colder j
In northwest portion; Sunday, fair.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, March 18. OlHclal record of tem-
ferature and precipitation compared with
he corresponding day of the past three
1904. 1908, 1802. 1901.
Maximum temperature ... 68 70 46 fil
Minimum temperature ... 83 ' 57 . 15 88
Mtam temperature ........ 50 , 64 90 50
Precipitation 00 T 00 00
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omaha for thla day since March 1, 1U01:
Normal temperature 38
Excess for the day 15
Total excess since March 1 66
Normal precipitation ..a.... .05 Inch
Deficiency for the day .05 inch.
Precipitation since March 1 , .40 Inch
Deficiency since March I..;..- ,..'.24lnrh
Deficiency for cor. period. 1903. r.... .70 Inch
Deficiency-for cor. period, 19JC..:... .23 Inch
Report of Statlaas at T P. M. '
CONDITION OF THE
North Platte, partly cloudy..
Salt Lake City, raining
Rapid City, oloudy
St. Louis, dear
St. Paul, cloudy
Kansas City, clear
86 68 .00
44 68 T
68 76 .00
62 62 .00
48 56 .01
88 00 .00
40 44 T
2M 28 .08
86 40 .00
44 48 . 00
86 86 .00
38 42 .00
62 66 .00
26 82 .00
36 8S T
24 28 .08
681 741 .04
Havre, partly oloudy..
T Indicates trace of nreclnltatlon.
L. A. WELSH, Forecaster.
"JYaass aa Jewry Plsce."
ury Package Warrmntmdt
If yon bay Lowner'i Candles In ths
origins! sealed packages you will find them
in perfect condition, or money refunded.
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I TO. SVC. , ID, sue.
slsslel psbms" . I lb. tOc. ; i-lb. toe
H keealsle rsssersjiaU" lOc.ssdttc,
"Ckeeslsl Slaosss" lee, sac. sas ewe.
taeeslale aelasses Brittle" H lb. tic
sssaV Packages arm
carta Froatbitesi and Chilblain.
Bs thing for a 1mm Ims-s.
, drive ut U Inflammations
MAKES LIFE'S WALK EASY'
A shos your feet will approve of
A shoe your friends will compliment
A shos you will liks yourself.
YOUR dtaUr ro not keep them,
unit me. i wtu
Lewis A. Crossett, Inc.,
WORTH ABINGTOIf. MASS,
It is an easy matter to buy whiskey
for a less price than Old Undcroof
Rye sells at. but the buyer is sure
of the highest quality when he gets
CHAS. DENNEHY 6 CO., Chicago,
Portlnnd, Ore., Dec. 10. 1002.
"We arrived In tbls city ou schedule tluio nnrt
are lu better health than we were when we lft
Atlantic." After we got cnto the ItrMngton w
were perfectly at tome. We hhd first clasn accoin
tnochitlons, kind waiters In fact we felt Just as If
we were' In our own parlcr It couldn't be any bet
- ter or nicer, and when yon come to boo us be euro
to come oxer' the Bcrllnston Hov te." '
. Mil. AND MilS. It. D. DAVIS.
They ought to know, , Laving just com
pleted a journey of more(lLan 2,000 milts
over the Burlington. ' liettei; calj im ine
when you go west. : , -
Wa raske no ntlsleaUlasr statsoseats or uabaslaesalika proposi
tions ts the afflicted, aor do sva promise 10 care tUem In a tew days
la order to seoora their patroaaae, bat we sjoaraatee a perfect, safe
aad lastia rare la the uetckeat possible time, without leaving- lo
Jarloas after-eele la tbe system, aad at the lowest possible cost
for honest, sklllfal and sneeessfal treatment." ' "
CeasaMstiea tUCC It cannot call, write for symptom blank. Offlos
' and basaitnatlaa ' tt hours. I s. in. to p. m.; Sundays. 10 to t only.
STATE k MEDICAL INSTITUTE,
1 JOS Faro n SL, Bit. 13th sal 14th 5t.. OMAHA, NEBRASKA
for Msva, Beaat or Poultry.
keLs Old bores quickly.
care Csvkcd Udder ia cows.
tea you u-no aoet.
J. Qi REYNOLDS
City Passenger Agent
1502 Fsrnam Street
kidney and uiJnary diseases and a))
diseases and weaknesses of men duo -to
evil habits In youth, excesses, or the
result of specific or private cMsesnoa.
To men wto urs weak msr.iUly. mor
ally and physically; whose systems
have at some Una been polluted with
jiilx inuU-H private dlnearrs, thono
wIhjs depleted manhood foroUla any
udvunces towitrd mairlm ny iuid (hone
who havs made U'e Mistake of marry
ing while there larked In their svsismi
some frightful T-'mkneas ur pclHonuiis
taint of private disease, arid who now
And themselves ni the verso of swIhI
ruin 'I'd nil Hlirh rnt-n S ConHCien tlOUil
and eXDorlenced doctor would advtxe
"1 you lo conrult without delay tho bfst
vpeclallst, one who ha m.iun , hro-
long studv of just such ease, ons who
can ciulekly and fully undiistard your
troubles, one who will not deceive you
with false promises or unbuslness lko
jiroposi'iuns; one who can snd will
cure you In the shortest posnlhle t m
and at the least espeiisn to you. Any
mun In need of Much medical advice nr
treatment should come nt once to th
State Slectro-Medlcal Institute.
cores Cata, liurna, Braieea.
cure) Sprain) and Strain.
'j. i a positive curs for rilt
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