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THE OMAITA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. MAHCIT SO. 1004.
R0YAL ARCANUM WINS OUT
! Atditor Eolis it Hai a Bight to Traniact
I Business in Hebraika.
MAHLR TAKES REMOVAL PHILOSOPHICALLY
Attorney f.eaeral Holds that Reserve
Fa ad of MiUil Rraeflt Assorts
tless Are Taiahle Gri.
' hacks Also Tamable.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March Z. iSprrliil ) The ef
fort to drive the Royal Arranum, a frater
nal Insurance order, from Nebraska has
tailed. It una made by the representative
of a home insurance order on the ground
that none of the Massachusetts fraternal
companies compiled with the Massachu
setts Insurance lams. lie alleged that their
rate were lower than those fixed by the
fraternal congress and therefore a violation
of the reciprocal laws. The Nebraska In
surance auditor decides that the fraternal
section sure exempt from the reciprocal
Tasrs Reitrtf st Fraternal.
Attorney General I'rout has decided that
eoiirltles of fraternal and mutual Insur
ance companies deposited with the state
auditor are taxable property. Over lOuu.OiiO
of such securities are In the possession of
the auditor and heretofore have never been
taxed. Fraternal companies are not com
pelled to place securities In the hands of
the auditor but may do so. voluntarily,
one fraternal company has deposited tXQ, -(HA
mostly in first mortgage on real es
tate; two mutual benefit companies, one
at Omaha and one at Lincoln, also have
The opinion of tha attorney general has
been filed with the State Board of Equali
sation but has not yet been adopted by
that board. The attorney general said It is
a simple law of taxation that a person
claiming exemption must show that his case
comes clearly within as exception to the
rule which requires taxation of all prop
erty." Property la not exempt from taxa
tion unless the exemption Is found In the
constitution or statutes. Such statutes can
not be extended by construction to Include
property not clearly within the contempla
tion of the law. He holds that the securi
ties constituting the reserve fund of a
fraternal Insurance company and deposited
with the auditor of public accounts are
property and must be assessed because they
ara not exempt either under the constitu
tion or statutes. Fraternal beneficiary as
sociations are exempt from taxation upon
their gross premiums but the reserve fund
deposited with the aodltor Is not In the
exception mentioned In the new revenue
law. The attorney general holds that se
curities of fraternal Insurance companies
cannot be exempt from taxation on the
ground that such, property Is used exclu
sively for charitable purposes.
Mr. Prout held also that greenbacks were
Matter Keeps Letter.
John Maher, the first antl-stxteen to
one man to be decapitated because he
dared to express an opinion that was con
strued to be antagonistic to the wishes of
Mr. Bryan, was In Lincoln a short time
thla morning:, having Just come from
O'Neill, where he had a cor.ierence with
Judge Harrington, who wielded the knife
that cut him - off from the state's pay
roll. Maher declined at this time to give
out for publication tha letter written him
by Judge Harrington, which is said to state
that his dismissal waa due to tha stand
for on convention taken at tha demo
cratic state committee meeting, though
when pressed ha admitted that the reason
for bla discharge as printed In Tha Bee
this morning wus correct.
Maher "was discharged from ofBeV at the
Instance of men who favor allowing Mr.
A Rheumatic Mystery
Bars ars some marvels of msdlolnsl
. A doss of Aoonlts will oilman at t a'olook
la taa morning.
Aloes will operate at I sf stock a. m. and
fiulpfaur at U o'clock.
' No matter was time In ths preceding;
day you hare taken these medicines thar
will climax at ths lied hours hers stas4
and raveai certain syroptoma always.
, How do you aooouot for thla?
How aooouat for a rheumatic person's
ability to predict a oo ruing storm twenty'
four hours ahead by th peculiar acha
in Ms boossT
- Rheumatism Is simply Urlo Add In tha
blood. .Can TJrio Aold have Its time limit.
Ilk other ohsmlcals, but reflecting back
ward Ilk a barometer T
Urlo Add la due to a lack of AlkaJlns
uatertal la th blood. This Acid absorbs
debris, or waste matter, ot th system.
oarrtes this waste matter Into th
blood, when thar ars not enough Alkalloa
elements (Ilk salt or soda) to neutral U
ths Urlo Aold, and to free th debris befora
It reach sa ths kidneys.
As th blood olroulatas through th sys
tem, It ttMB aeposlte small particles of this
waste matter In th Joints and muscles.
These particle axe ilk granulated sugar,
or sand, asd they grind between th Joints
and muscles at every movement.
This grinding causes Intense pain and
Inflammation, frequently. If th dieeas be
hot checked, th Inflammation will causa
th Uric particles to b coated with a flashy
cushion, whloh In time grewe to ths Joints
as wall. Then "bony Joints" and crooked
Th only way to cur Rheumatism Is to
convert th Acid ooodlUoa of th blood Into
an Alkaline, Then to dissolve and carry
away th deposits In Joints and muscles.
Then to get the digestive organs Into
a normal condition so thy will secrete.
Without further help, leas Ac-Id and mora
Alkaline. I'pon this condition depends
cur sad the permanence of cure. Put
It Is Useless to kill Rheumatism If ws also
kill tha stomach In doing so.
Few drug powerful enough to dl( solve
t'rt Acid deposits are safe to take Into ths
stomach. Thla Is why so-called "qui ok
cures" are dangervua.
Rheumatism la slowly acquired and so
s cur cannot be expected In a few weeks'
treatment and never by external applica
tion. The first essential In a Rheumatlo
cure la safety the second, effectlveneei
t.M third, permanence.
In a medloal experience cf thirty years
X have known but one remedy which com
bined these three qualities. It ok nearly
ten years of my life to discover and per
feet that remedy.
The chief Ingredient I found In Germany
and to thla I added, subtracted from and
omblned, until I uow have a prescrip
tion on which I dally stake fortune and
After 1000 test cases I found that "Dr,
snoop's Rheumatlo Cure" succeeded In
thirty-nine out of each forty cases Then
I derided It was safe to supply It oo
month's trial, at my risk, to Rheunml
sufferers everywhere. '
' If It falls, the treatment and six bottles
of Dr. Snoop's Rheumatic Cure, cost you
hot a farthing, and I bear the whole cost
myself without question.
If It succeed, the cost to you Is but
VAtt This Is BO mere samDle croDosltion.
but a practical guarantee of succees or no
pay. Write ine today before you forget It
for my free Treatise on Rheumatism.
Address- Dr. Bhoon-Box J675, Racine.
Wmple eases often ltd to one bolt I
r,lri ohowp'a Rheumatic fur. (Druggists
! But all drussteu do not supply it on
phwu a trial. Sou must StUs n m fur
Bryan to dictate the action of the delega
tion from this state to the national con
vention without the Interference of any
other men or set of men. 80 anxious ass
Judge Harrington that Maher should be
derjipitated Instanter when the pressure
was brought to bear on him. that the day
before the letter reached Maher, he wired
him not to return to O'Neill, but wait for
Among other things the letter stated
that the members of the bar objected to
Maher making a sinecure of his position
and had aked for his removal. To prove
that his discharge waa not because of dis
satisfaction among the lawyers with his
work. Mr. Malier has received letters from
over seventy lawyers in the district, each
of whom denies that he has said a word
to Harrington against Malier or that he
desired his removal. This Information was
given out by a friend of Maher who
The ex-court reporter, however, takes his
dismissal In a philosophical way and de
clines to show the usual spleen of a dis
credited politician. When asked if the
reason of his discharge was because of
his action at the democratic state commit
tee meeting, he said:
That may be true, but at thla im. r
do not want to discuss the matter. Judge
itarrmgion and his brother, Mike Harrlna-
ton, hae always been close personal friends
and so far as I am, concerned they are
looay. mere is only one thing that I
regret about the decapitation and that Is
the manner In which It was brought
about. It should have been done in a
more diplomatic manner. Particularly Is
that true, since the Judge and I have been
Intimate personal friends for more than
Takes It Philosophically.
"But I wish to say that my removal con
cerns only myself and that I do not care to
make It a party Issue. I have my view
and If they are not In conformity with the
views of the Harrington constituency. It Is
my misrortune. If I am to be sacrifled for
my opinions and for the success of the
party I have no complaint to make, and I
have no sore spots. All I am Interested In
Is the success of the democratic party in
both national and state affairs.
'Bo far as my opposition to Mr. Bryan Is
concerned I will say that at the committee
meeting I took the same position occupied
by some of Mr. Bryan's warmest friends. I
stood with C. J. Bolby, Edgar Howard and
others for one convention. I am in favor
or Mr. Bryan going as a delegate to the
national convention, but I am opposed to
Injecting 16 to 1 In the campaign, because
I believe It Is not an Issue at thla time
it is true that the quantltive theory of
money is correct, but I consider at this
time that It Is not an Issue. I do not mean
by that that IS to 1 may never be an Issue
again, but I mean that the democrats of
this nation who have always stood by the
party and been true to It are almost unani
mously opposed to making it an Issue now
I can see no reason why the balance of the
platform of 1900 la not good excent the In
junction clause. I am a strong believer In
the enforcement of enjolnders In emergen
cies. I believe the writ of enjoinder Is as
necessary for the prevention of crime as
the writ of habeas corpus Is essential to
the safeguard of personal rights. The In
junction laws are correct If operated and
regulated by an honestly disposed judiciary.
1 think It will always remain a Just privi
lege or th American people.
If this is opposition to Mr. Bryan I can
not help It. I am an American cltlxen, and
I propose to exercise my rights as such by
expressing my views on public questions
regardless of who they are for or against
I believe Mr. Bryan himself has admiration
and respect for any person who has coir
vlctlona and expresses them fearlessly."
Ward Wsiti Be Delegate.
H. T. Ward of Tecumseh, a wheel-horse
Bryan democrat, has been announced as
a candidate for district delegate from this
district to the national democratic con
vention. Mr. Ward's friends claim for
him that ho will go to th district con
vention with the counties of Johnson, Paw
nee and Nemaha Instructed for him, and
that this will practically Insure his elec
tion. He has an office in this city and Is
considered one of the moat radical Bryan
men In the state. His friends here are
numerous and he will have much back
ins in nis ngni irom IJLncsster county.
The other candidates, however, ars Just
aa numerous as ever.
Lets In All Dips.
Governor Mickey this morning Issued a
proclamation rescinding his former set of
rules for the dipping of stock to prevent
and to cur the Itch and mange and Issued
another modifying the first. The one Is
sued this morning specified that all stock
dipped under the direction of the stste
veterinarian or hla deputies should be
dipped In a Urns and sulphur dip, but that
persona doing their own dipping would he
allowed to use any of the standard dips.
Bars n Los a Company,
Former Chief Justice J. J. Sullivan, ref
eree, has reported to the supreme court
of Nebraska that ths Montana Mining.
Loan Investment company la conducting
a lottery; that Its business Is condemned
by public policy and forbidden by positive
law, and that the Pacific Express com
pany In refusing to transmit packages for
it was entirely Justifiable. He recommends
that the writ of mandamus asked for by
th Montana company be denied.
Chief and Detective Fight.
Chief of Police Routxahn and James Ma-
lone, chief of the Burlington detectives,
fought tonight and as a result Malone was
thrown In jail with a face badly disfigured
and both eyes black and the chief has a
broken right hand. This afternoon the
chief arrested Malone for disorderly con
duct and lodged him In Jail. Tonight Ma
lone secured his release, went to a tele
phone In a saloon near the station and
after getting the chief attached to the
other end. began to abuse him and finally
wound up oy mvlttng him over for
fight. The chief went and as soon as he
entered the saloon Malone made for him
The fight lasted several minutes and
ended with ths chief landing his man in
Lindsay a Deck Aa-ala.
Chairman H. C. Lindsay of the repub
lican state central committee, who has
been ill at the city hospital for some
weeks, was able to be at the committee
headquarters today and will at once take
active command of arrangements for the
Die Pslverlaer Kills Horses.
BKATRICK. Neb.. March .-8pecl
Telegram Four horses hitched ,..
a dlso pulverUer took fright at a traction
engine on the farm of Milton Zimmerman
mis artemoon and ran away. Two of
animals were Injured so badly that t
naa to De Killed. One of them had
hind legs cut off. while th other waa
erally rut to pieces. Mr. zimm.n..
boy was driving the horse and narrow
escaped being killed.
Tw Die of Diphtheria.
CRETE, Neb.. March . (Special.) T
children in the family of im.nh
this city have died of dlpththerla. which
me aoriors say is of th malignant form
The family has been Quarantined and it
hoped that with proper precautions no more
cases wtu aevelop.
Assessors Get Isatreetleas.
BEATRICE. Neb.. March -(Special
The deputy county assessors met here
day with County Assessor W. W sVott
received their instrurtions, schedules and
books before entering upon their dutlas
ins coming year.
THOMPSON ENROUTE TO POST
Matin; Hit Final (V.li Upon Officials of
th Stat Department
HAS APPOINTMENT WITH THE PRESIDENT
Intimation that Nebraska Tolltlrs
Will Be One of tha Topics Dls
eassed Boer War Exhibit Ei
pected at Early Date.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. March 29-lSiuclal Tel
egram.) Hon. D. E. Thompson, minister
to Brasll. who arrived In Washington last
night from his home In Lincoln, today
called at the State department to take
leave of the officials before returning to
his post. He sails from New York on the
Tennyson April 6 and will reach Rio
Mr. Thompson said that considerable of
his vacation had been spent In Mexico,
where he went to look after his Interests
In that country, which consisted largely
of cattle raising, sugar growing and rais
ing of other products Indigenous to that
Before leaving Mr. Thompson will have a
conference with the president and Ne
braska politics will be talked over. . To
morrow evening Mr. Thompson will give a
dinner In honor of Senator and Mrs. Scott
of West Virginia. Others Invited are: Sen
ator and Miss Millard, Miss Carrie Millard,
Miss Helen Millard and Mr. C. E. Magoon.
McCarthy Comlns; Home.
Representative J. J. McCarthy of the
Third district has gone to Nebraska.
Misses Carrie and Helen Millard of
Omaha are visiting in Washington. Miss
Carrie Millard Is the guest of Baroness
Speck von Sternberg st the German em
bassy. Miss Helen Millard being the guest
of her uncle. Senator Millard.
Tha Nebraska Republican association
held a meeting lost evening and was ad
dressed by W. E. Andrews, president of
Improvements at Indian School.
The Indian bureau is engaged In prepara
tion of plans and specifications for the Im
provement of the water supply at the In
dian school at Genua, Neb., and will in a
few days advertise for proposals for the
work. It Is estimated that the neceasary
work can be accomplished for M.000. This
school Is now drawing its water supply
from the village of Genoa. The proposed
Independent water system for the Indian
school contemplates the sinking of several
wells, the erection of tanks and a water
Frederick Dlckmann has been appointed
postmaster at Kllnger, Bremer county, la.,
vice C. H. Dlckmann, resigned.
The application of F. II. Pe-sell of Sioux
Rapids, J. P. Farmer, H. L. Farmer, 8. H.
GUI, W. H. Harris and A. F. Clarke to
organize the First National bank of Have
lock, la., with $25,000 capital, has been ap
proved by the comptroller of the currency.
The First National bank of Sioux Rapids,
la., has been authorized to begin business,
with Cfi.OOO capital. J. H. Farmer Is presi
dent and Thomas M. Murdock cashier of
the new bank.
Boer Exhibit Coming.
The steamship Doune Castle, from Cape
town should arrive at Newport News, Va.,
on April 6 with the South African Boer war
exhibition enroute to the World's fair at
Bt. Louis. There are about 460 Boer veter
ans In the party who were at Bplonkop.
General VllJoen, vice president of th Boer
republic, is In immediate command. Gen
eral Cronje awaits the party at St. Louis.
No Limit on Hnbsldlnry Silver.
Ths senate committee on flnanc today
endorsed an amendment to ths rundry civil
bill providing for the removal of the limi
tations as to the coinage of subsidiary
silver. Th amendment provides "that all
limitations aa to the amount of subsidiary
silver coinage that may be outstanding are
Several acts of congress for the purpose
of regulating the coinage of subsidiary sli
ver have tended to confuse the general un
derstanding as to what the law Is as it now
stands. It is held by the Treasury depart
ment that the outstanding subsidiary silver
is limited by the act of 1900 to JIOO.000,000,
with the exception of the bullion purchased
under the Sherman law of 1890. This silver
Is about exhausted, so that the limit for
all practical purposes Is 1100.000,000.
The amendment Is offered at the request
of Secretary Shaw, who sent to the finance
committee a letter stating the necessity
for an act to clear away existing confusion,
Russia Hna Hospital Ship.
Count Casslnl, the Russian ambassador
has delivered to the State department the
I have the honor, by the direction of my
government, to bring before your excellency
the fact that the Ked Cross has fitted up
a floating hospital on a steamer of the
Eastern China Railroad company, now at
Port Arthur, and that the necessary steps
iiav uf-ii iHnrii in an cnai concerns Its tx
terlor painting. Its crew and equipment In
order that the vessel may comply with the
stipulations of either The Hague conference
concerning the application to maritime war
fare and of the principle of the convention
of G?ne-a of August, ISftt.
By order of my government I have the
honor to nrtng to the attention or your tx
cellenry that owing to aaistlns ilrcn 11
stances the lieutenant of his majesty In
the far east finds himself under the neces
sity of causing mines to be laid at the
mouth of the LJao river near Inkow. Neu
tral merchant vessels may still be freely
somiiiefi lino ine auuve naiuea iorc on con
dition that they shall comply with the regu
lattons issued for the purpose.
Postmasters May Have Vacation.
Acting rost master General Wynne has
issued an order allowing ten days' leave
of absence to all postmasters of second
and third-class postoffices who want to
attend the conference of the National As
soclatlon of Postmasters of the recond and
third-class postoffices to be held In 8t
Louis, May 18.
Kew Governor for Gnnnt.
Commander George L. Dyer, commanding
the cruiser Albany of the Asiatic fleet,
has been assigned to duty aa naval gov
ernor of the Island of Guam, to fill the
vacancy caused by the death of Com
mander William E. Sewell.
KHI BiST Golden Enls;
BEATRICE, Neb., March 29. (Special.)
Claude Craig and Charles Dock horn, while
hunting near this city yesterday, shot and
killed a large golden eagle. This species of
the eagle family is very rare and is said
to be the first ot Its kind ever killed In this
section. It was brought to this city and
turned over to James Cady, a taxidermist,
who expects to mount it. It measures eight
feet from tip to tip of Its wings. Mr. Cady,
who Is considered good authority, says that
It 1s nearly 75 years old.
Trylnar Ont Debaters.
CRETE. Neb. March 19 (Special.) A
piellmlnaxy debate, held for the purpose of
selecting three debaters to represent Crete
academy In a coming debate with Weeping
Water academy, occurred In Whltln library
last evening. The question debated was:
"Resolved, That Industrial Education Will
Prove the Solution of the Negro Problem."
The successful contestants were: E. E.
Dowse. U Dowse and W. M. Burton.
Family Row In Pnlleo Coart.
FREMONT. Neb., March . (Special. )
Jsmes Stewart, an agent of the Singer Sew.
Ing Machine company living here, was ar
rigned In police court this morning on th
charge of assault and battery on his grown
up son Fred. The young man claims that
his father, who Is a rather eccentric In
dividual and of uncertain temper, raises a
rough house st thslr hem last evening. In
which the younger got the worst of it, and
that the old man accompanied his action by
some pretty serious threats. The cause of
the difficulty, he claims, was that his
mother bought a house and lot with her
own money without the aid or consent of
her better half. He pleaded not guilty and
the case was continued to March 31.
ATTEMPTS TO TAKE HIS OW3 LIFE.
Haitian Msn Swallows Dose of Mor
phine In Fit of Despondency.
HASTINGS. Neb., March 29-(8peclal
Telegram.) J. M. Miller, manager of the
Nye-Schnelder-Fowler Lumber company,
attempted to commit suicide here today by
taking morphine and was barely saved by
medical administration. The drug was
taken last night and Its effects detected
when his wlte fslled to arouse him this
morning, and found a note he had writ
ten, bidding her and the children good
bye and directing the disposition of a
small sum of money. Miller was to leave
the employ of ths lumber company at
the end of the month and his successor
took charge of the business today. The
traveling auditor of the firm, H. Hennlng
sen, states that there Is no shortage in
Miller's accounts, so that no motive for
tho attempt, apart from a melancholy tem
perament. Is apparent. He partially re
covered consciousness at t o'clock, but soon
relapsed to sleep, which continued until
after 8 o'clock. Physicians say he will
recover. Miller came to this city from
Albion about ens year ago.
PENDER STORE IS BADLY SCORCHED.
Stork and Goods Dnmnsred to Extent
TENDER. Neb.. March 29 -(Special Tele
gramsJohn R. House's peneral merchan
dise store suffered a serious fire about 7
o'clock this evening. The fire originated
from a gasoline lamp and spread rapidly In
the stock of cotton batten and dry goods,
doing damage to the extent of about tlo.noo
to the stock and at least 13.000 to the
building. The loss on the building, which
Is owned by J. B. Warrington, is covered
by insurance. Mr. House carries a $25,000
stock of goods, but carried only $S,000 In
surance. The volunteer fire department
responded to the alarm at once and after
an hour's hard work had the fire extin
guished. This Is th worat fire Pender
ever had and but for an efficient fire de
partment and a good system of water
works the beet portion of the town would
have been destroyed.
FIND BODY OF A MCRDERED MAN.
No Cine to Perpetrator of Crime or
Identity of Victim.
NORFOLK. Neb.. March 29.-(Speclal
Telegram.) An unidentified man about 22
years old wss found murdered near
Humphrey today. The body was thrown
Into a vtcant building on the Graham
farm, four miles northeast of town. He
was well dressed and had a card bearing
the name William O'Brien. A bullet hole
was In his left temple and no revolver
There Is no clue, but officers are search
ing tonight. The man had been seen six
weeks ago, but only once. He was smooth
shaved and had 17.65 In his pocket.
Woman Looklos; for Brother.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb.. March 29. (Spe-c:al.)-Mlss
Lulu Craig of Memphis, Tenn.,
arrived In this city Saturday looking for
her brother, E. F. Craig, who, she ssys,
owns a large ranch in this state. She says
he wired her that he. had been cerlously
Injured by being kicked by a horse and
requesting her to stop at Plattsmouth. At
Kansas City she exchanged her traveling
case with another passenger, t nd when she
opened it here for some clean clothing
she discovered that It contained a fine line
of tobacco. She , has, 'wired the' station
agent and hopes to regain her own, which
contained Iso her money and the telegram
from her brother. The fact that thre are
no large ranches In Cass county leads to the
belief that she has the name of the wrong
Releasing Canceled Mortgages.
ALBION, Neb.. March 28. (Special.) The
county clerk has been kept busy lately re
leasing chattel mortgages and the records
will by April 1 come more nearly Indicating
the true state of mortgaged Indebtedness
than they have for years. Yesterday more
than 100 chattel mortgages, aggregating
nearly 130,000, were released.
Little Work for t'onrt.
ALBION, Neb., March 29 (Special.) The
adjourned term of the district court con
vened today with Judge Hanna presiding.
There Is but a small amount of work ready
and the session will probabTy be a brief
one. This will be Judge Hanna's first ap
pearance on the bench in this county.
Artlnelal Stone Factory. f
BEATRICE, Neb., March 29 (Speclal.)
J. 8. Rutherford has established a factory
In this city for the manufacture of building
blocks from cement and gravel, an artificial
building stone of convenient and uniform
shape and size especially adapted for foun
dations or for entire building.
Bnrt Connty Republican Convention.
TBKAMAH, Neb., March 29. (Spe-lal.)
The county central ccn.mlttee at Its meet
ing named 4 pril 20 for p-imarlea and April
22 for the county convention at Tekamah
The number of delegates was fixed at
a'ghty-one, on the Isisls of the vote for
Judge Barnes laat fall.
Reception to Departing; Family.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., March 29 (Spe
cial.) The members of the Grand Army
post and the Woman's Relief Corps gave
a farewell reception to Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Melvln, who are soon to depart for Ta
If you feel run down, are easily
tired, if your nerves are weak
and your blood is thin, then
take this good old standard
Hade by . e. Arer
STSH'B Bart TIGOR-Fer ths hair.
sKaa-a CnattaT PaCTORAL-fet sosgU.
OFFER BONDS IN NEW YORK
Securities of Omaha tod Council Bluffi
Street Railway to Bo Llitoi
WANT THE MONEY FOR IMPROVEMENTS
Two Million Dollars May Re Placed
for Increasing? the Facilities
of th Loral Traction
NEW TORK. March 29 .-(Special Tele
gram. It Is reported on Wall street that
a syndicate of capitalists here. In which
J. and W. Sellgman A Co. Is Interested,
have arranged to place I2.0n0.000 of Omaha
and Council Bluffs Street Railway com
pany bonds on the market for subscription
very soon, a large amount of which have
now already been subscribed for.
It Is stated to subscribers and Investors
thst the proceeds of the bonds will be
used to pay for Improvements recently
mode end for new Improvements already
planned. Including the new power house
now under construction, costing 1600,000, and
Important extensions and new lines. The
statement Is made that the upward ten
dency on gilt edge securities of corpora
tions, showing prosperity and large earn
ing capacity, will In a very short time
bring these bonds to a high price here, as
market conditions are geutlng more favor
able dally, and as soon as subscribed the
entire Issue will be held for investment.
It Is said, also, that they will be listed
among the tegular securities on this stock
The managers of the road report that
perhnps iiiHny valuable connections and
feeders will be constructed and the present
facilities are entirely Inadequate to take
care of the traffic. The earning capacity
Is said to he growing dally and that the
securities are bound to Increase In value
throujh extension of lnterurban lines.
Relief Corps Convention.
BEATRICE. Neb., March 29.-(Speelal.-The
thirteenth annual convention of tho
Southeastern Nebraska District Association
of the Woman's Relief Corps will be held
In this city April 6.
Changes on Great Northern.
ST. PACT,. March A. E. Long, su
perintendent of the Kallspell division of the
Great Northern railway, has resigned and
will be succeeded by J. H. O'Neill, at
present superintendent of the Montana di
vision, with headquarters at Havre. C. O.
Jenks, assistant superintendent of the Su
perior Mlssahe division, will be trans
ferred to tho Montana division to succeed
J. H. O'Neill. The changes are effective
Drives All fceeure It.
Aches and pains fly before Fucklen's
Arnica Salve. So do sores, jlmples, bolls,
corns and piles, or no pay. 25c. For sale
by Kuhn & Co.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Rain for Nebraska, Followed an
Thorsdny by Fair and Colder
WASHINGTON, March 29 Forecast!
For Nebraska, North and South Dakota
Rain Wednesday; Thursday, fair and
For Iowa Showers Wednesday; Thurs
day, fair, except clearing in east portion
For Illinois Rain Wednesday and prob
ably Thursday; fresh to brisk southeast
to south winds Increasing.
For Missouri-Showers Wednesday; colder
In west portion Thursday.
For Kansas Showers Wednesday p.nd
colder In west portion; Thursday, fair and
For Wyoming and Olorado Fair and
eclder Wednesday; Thursday, fair.
. For Montana Snow Wednesday; Thurs
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, March 29. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding day of the past three
1904. 1903. 1902. 1901.
Maximum temperature... 57 51 49 37
Minimum temperature. .. 40 30 33 30
Mean temixrature 48 40 41 34
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 .15
Record of temperature and precipitation
at Omuha for this day since March 1:
Normal tempeiature 42
Excess for the day 8
Total excess aince March 1 73 Inch
Normal precipitation 07 Inch
Leticlency. for the day 07 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 91 Inch
Deficiency since March 1 45 Inch
deficiency for cor. period, 1903 7X inch
Deficiency for cor. period. 19J2 68 inch
Report of Stations nt 7 I. M.
COND'TION OF THE
I; i: n
North I'latte. cloudy
Cheyenne, tart cloudy
Salt luke City, part cloudy.
Rapid City, raining
Huron, part cloudy
WllllBton, part cloudy
ft. Ixiuls. cloudy
Bt. Paul, cloudy
Kansas City, raining
Havre, part cloudy
Bismarck, part cloudy
Galveston, cloudy . .
I 51 671 .00
I aJi M .If)
j .-.21 6; .'i
1 411 511 ,T
I 4- 54i
I 4! Dil .T
4V M ."1)
m1 3, .no
Mil fi .Oil
Ml Ml .T
3l 4"i .
441 M! .T
SJI 641 .02
l 3l .00
: v .01
4ii 44; .0)
I 6l 721 .T
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH. Forecaster.
1.00 a battle.
Sol4 for SO rssrs.
e . twn. Wits
aTSR'S PILLS For COBStipaMoa.
ATH g AGOs CURRJJ sUn as an.
A HIE) TOM
J.!? V.5...ir- lie"
" THE GREAT... ' T
gsarg j a. row - ?
' ' 1ST ct'ftf J 1 " Til
ton oj ViUlI'y.
Kidny. Liver cj Blaotf
I (' IMI Sotf (BW .
1 a smi (trees
DIRtCTIONS frs ts rss -
"i 11 asnssssnfiilt hrrt times
tttrsrablr ,vir am la. s Knmi f
rMuirsd. apeviall whan r4 and str-tMed.
Pa weak thitsWn wtf )tara, n a .
m mm waist vlfh gaaata
) 'eK !! Vrwtl
P.. . 0 C. .t.ieo
Courtesy and Consideration
"For years and years a Burlington badge
or a Burlington uniform, whether on train
man, engineman, brakeman or agent, ::ns
Btood for all the courtesy tnd c.nsi(Jtjf:tn
of an American gentleman and the loyalty,
to duty of a trained soldier." Exchange.
To Chicago nd the east
To St. Louis, Kansas City and south.
To Denver and the west
To Montana and the northwest i
Sp'i -4 ' Ihs. i-Vr .s sAlflL Aatill
For Waivt of a Nail
at the right time many a
ruin. Is there anything
have a window cord broken
off, or some little trifle that
few minutes to repalrt
makes Its boast thst Its tenants ars not
subjected to this sort of annoyance. Its
corps of mechanics keep ths
stantly In as good repair as
first tenant moved In.
Isn't this the place where you ought to
Lave your office? Let us show you around
and you will need no further argument.
It. C. Peters Co.,
Buggies, Carriages I
Flitssntb a.4 Cpttol A vs.
r-d our special "ad ovary Sunday M I
and Wednesday In Trie Bee.
Muiiyou's Paw - Paw
as a Remedy for the
Stomach, Nerves and
Blood Has no Equal.
With the coming of Spring
cne needs to fortify them
selves against the climatic
conditions whichare so fruit
ful of sickness and a gener
ally run down condition.
Unsettled tveMhcr 1 11 onus t.iiKcHlivl
neaitn, which lr not looked urior nmy
develop Into troublesome mid 5;ingoioiii
aprlriR fever, grlpins mnlarln,. typhoid,
My PawPaw Tonic U a tower ot
attcngth and safety at such a season.
I know It will ' ptit the utonmch In
order and keep It In trder for tloltiK Its
I know it will Im-rense the nppetitn
snd permit you to eat the nourishtnit
foods i.eeded to nialiitnin mid lnoroaso
I know It will rtire Hyspepsla. Inrtl
(reMtlon and nil other tortus of stomseh
I know It will purify the blood and
drive out Catarrh, RhetMatlsin and
other disorders due tr Impoverished or
tainted blood.-MUX VOX.
Munyon s l'aw-Pnw Tonic Is J'i!t tho
Fprlt medicine you ned lis thouMuiris will
tesllty who have hcen made well .nd strong;
lliro'.iKh lis use. Read fcr Instance
WHAT COL. W. J. WALLACE i AYS
"The 'V11 of the Hebe : Ion. In which
t was nt the front from "01 to MIA, left
me irlth Impaired licnllh and n.
hrokrn diran nervonn system. I tried
doctors, medicine) end rhiniif n.i sreno
and climate, lint nil o no pt.pose.
Hearlnsr tvhnt our run-l'nn -l for
otheri I houRht I nnnlil try It, nnn ,
did so, nlao nslnir yonr la?-t'nw Tills,
and I tell yon the results nre Kirvel.
ons when von consider that I nm 1H
years old. I have taken tl-ree hit Ira
ot the Ptw.Pw nnd one of ;h ll,
and I t-Imnst feel that I lin e found
ttie fountnln of r.ptnnl !, I
tJ efore t,rse every old av'.riirr or
o.i..r perron yt h o hna stomach or
T-re trouble In set lnwl'tiw. I
low ft T-lll benefit them Immensely.'
l.ta . Oth St.. Philadelphia.
Munyon's Paw - Paw Tonic, tho
KKtest of all Spring; Medicines, for
srle at all Druggists, also Paw-Paw
laxative Pills, the best Stomach mid
itver Pills on earth.' 25c a bottle.
(S02 Barnaul Street
good building has gone to rack and
that annoys a man mors than to
and stay broken, or a door kneb
would take tha rllit man but
i-wi nAui ronrcn,
arr it 1
I I A LOTION
fer Oonerrhaa. 6let. LeucorrhcFS. Spernstor.
rhoia, rilet ss4 " Ussesnsi s.iual Diwhargss.
NO PAIN. - NO STAIN.
No Stricture. Frcc Syringe-
sri Bare Pre.. litre ef plmmAl
At Drussmle. or Mst ssyvhw. U" SI-.
Sold A raeoffisaa4 y fHERVAK A Mr OS
MLl Mil li O.. Tor. hrili d4 Ia-1. t'nialis.
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TV 1 1 1 1
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