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? TITE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY. XOVEMI.E1. 19. 1904.
L1LL1E MURDER CASE SEQUEL
Swetn Out Warrant for Parjury Ajriinit
0a of S'.tts'i Witnesses.
ATTORNEY AND SHERIFF FIGHT OVER CASE
fcrl RriMti Methods Adopted to
.rare aiaraatarea to t ramplalat
ad 4 oaalr Attaraey Refasea
In Prttfrilt It.
DAVID CITV, Neb., Nov. l.-flp-la1.
The 1.11 He murder case, which la now pend
ing In thi supreme court on a motion for a
rehearliiR. Is ag-aln the principal topic of
conversation on the streets, in the business
houses nnrt home of David City. Thla waa
Started yesterday evening whn Lena Mar
garet I.illle filed a com..llnt before Police
Judjre Ptnwell. charging Charlea W. Derby
ulth committing perjury In the trial of the
Case In the district court In February, 19nj.
The complulnt alleges that Mr. Derby testi
fied on oath that on the morning of Octo
ber U. that being the morning that
Harvey IJllle was murdered, that he, for
mer Sheriff L. O. Ren and James 8. Hill,
father of Mm. Ullle, examined the key and
keyhole In the outer door of the kitchen In
the Llllle home; that the key showed marks
that Indicated that clamps had been used,
also that upon examination of the keyhole
that It was full of dust and cobwebs, the
Inference of this was to the effect that
some ono had made tha marks on the key
to indicate that clamps had been used, but
the dust and cobwebs In the keyhole ex
ploded this theory. The complaint further
charges thnt this testimony of Mr. Derby
was false, and th'nt Mr. Derby committed
perjury In his evidence In this respect.
Mr. Derby was arraigned and pleaded not
guilty. He bIho filed a motion and ntTl
davlt for a change of venue, owing to the
bias and prejudice of Judge Stowed. This
motion was at flrst overruled, but later In
the evening It was sustained and the case
transferred to W. 8. McCoy, Justice of the
peace. The time of trial has not been set,
but In all probability It wilt be tried In a
very few days.
Some very peculiar Incidents are con
nected with this case. In the first place It
Is claimed the complaint waa prepared sev
eral days ago, and It Is further claimed
that the parties who have charge of the
prosecution waited until Sheriff West was
out of town, and they could get Into the
Jail. The sheriff was out of the city yester
day afternoon, leaving his wife as Jailor,
when Police Judge Stowell, accompanied
by Mutt Miller, succeeded In getting In to
see Mrs. IJllle, and she signed the com
plaint. It will be remembered that Matt
Miller waa the principal attorney In the
defense of Mrs. IJllle In the district court.
C. If. Aldrlch. who assisted Mr. Miller, It
Is claimed, positively refuses to take any
part In this prosecution.
The county attorney, R. M. Hart Is, also
positively refused to take any part In the
prosecution of Mr. Derby. It Is alao re
ported that It Is the Intention to file a com
plaint against former Sheriff Ren, charging
him wl'h the same offense, but the com
pHlHT he", not been filed today at noon,
f'cr the granting of a change of venue
last nlghj ly Judge Stowell, Sheriff West
having returned home, he and Matt Miller
met In the postofflce and after an exchange
of a few words that would not look well In
print they came to blows, resulting 1n Mr. J
wilier naving a pair or niacK eyes. It is
claimed by those who witnessed this fistic
encounter that had It not been for the In
terference of Postmaster Hall Miller would
have been badly used up.
guilty. The case was given to the Jury
about o'clock last night and the verdict
was returned about 10:39. Court adjourned
until Monday, November 21.
Demented Mta at Dakota City.
DAKOTA CITY. Neb., Nov. IS. (Special.)
Constable Smith of Jackson yesterday
brought to this place and turned over to
Sheriff Hansen a demented man about 40
years old, who had been in the vicinity
of Jackson during the day, putting people
to fright by his wild and unbalanced talk.
The man gives his name as Joe 8harkley
and has been In this vicinity for several
days with a gang of hotoes, who have
been making their headquarters around the
depot, presumably In quest of corn husk
ing. Nothing can be learned from the man
as to where his former residence was, but
j as he refers to himself as No. 20 it Is
I thought he might have escaped from some
! state Institution. The Insanity commls
i sioners will Investigate his case today.
'Cattle Drowa la Stampede.
DAKOTA CITT, Neb., Nov. IS. (Special.)
Thirty head of cattle 'Were drowned In
Omaha creek, five miles south of this place.
The cattle were the property of C. J. O'Con
nor, banker, of Homer. A shipment of 500
had been made by Mr. O'Connor from his
ranche in Cherry county to thla place by
rail and the entire herd was being driven
from this place to Homer. The cattle not
having been watered at this place, when
they got a whiff of Omaha creek thoy stam
I peded and Instead of going across the
I bridge they went over the bank and thirty
head were drowned and trampled to death
before the herd could be rescued.
Horsethlerra Plead Gallty.
COLUMBUS, Nob., Nov. 18. (Special.)
Frank Hart and George Carter, each
charged with stealing horses, entered a plea
of guilty today in ' the district court and
Judge Iteeder sentenced them to two years
and six months at hard labor In the Lin-
I coin penitentiary. Carter is believed to be
j one of a tough gang which has been oper-
atlng In the north part of the state and la
J now thought to be pretty well broken up.
1 ne jury in in cae ui airs, riuzeuo
against the City of Columbus returned a
verdict this evening awarding the plaintiff ,
damages in the sum of $23. She sued the
city for J2,000.for injuries received on a de
fective sidewalk one year ago.
FOOT BALL AT NEW HAVEN
Great Interest ia Annual Game Between
Earrard and Yale Today.
CITY IN HANDS OF ADVANCE GUARD
Vice Presldeat-Klect and Mrs. Fall
banks Will Arrive la Time to
see the toatest State
ments of Coachea.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. Nov. 18 The eve
of the annual Tale-Harvard foot ball game
In New Haven found the city In the hands
of the advance guard of the mighty throng
which tomorrow will stream out to Tale
field to see the gridiron battle. The city's
streets adjacent to the college campus were
In a whirl of college men, and all the fav
orite student resorts were crowded. The
social attraction of the evening was the
Olee club concert In Wooleey hall, given
by the combined Tale and Harvard glee
Trainer Murphy, in response to inquiries
concerning the condition of the Tale team.
Several men are bruised and they will
enter the game not in the best of condi
The team was given some hard signal
practice todny behind closed gates and the
new formations were tried. Then followed
the usual dance around the bonfire, which
was fed with discarded foot ball clothes.
Coach Wrlghtington said that the Har
vard team would put up a good fight and
that, excepting Meier, all the players were
In excellent condition. He declined to
make any predictions as to the outcome of
The lineup of both teams, and which Is
the final selection for the first half of the
game. Is as follows:
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Pastor to lie Investigated.
TIvCCMSEH, Neb., Nov. 18. (Speclnl.)
Oh Monday, November 28, an ecclesiastical
court will convene at the Methodist Epis
copal church In Tecumseh, with the pre
siding elder In the chair and a Jury com
posed of a number of clergymen from this
district. Charges of a very serious charac
ter have been made against Rev. F. P.
Blakemore, the retiring pastor from this
church, by members of the official board of
tho local church, and it Is proposed to In
vestigate them. Rev. Mr. Blukemore Is
now pastor of the Weeping Water church
and his friends feel confident he can prove
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Old Man la Injured.
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 18-(Speclal.)-Oeorge
Hayward, aged 80 years, father of
Mrs. Charles Oeddes of this city, sustained
severe bruises about the body yesterday
while leading a cow to pasture. The ani
mal started to run, throwing Mr. Hayward
to the ground. He will be confined to his
home for some time on account of the accident.
FATHER BCHELL 19 ' ARRAIGNED
Gives Bond and Preliminary Henrlnsr
PENDER, Neb.. Nov. JR.-(Special Tele
gram.) Today Father SthMl of Wlnno-'
bago appeared before Ocun y Judge Day
on a complaint of Mrs. ..title Walker
charging Bchell with forg?!)-. The de
fendant asked for a continuance of a rea
sonable time, which was granted, after
counselling with attorneys Interested di
rectly and Indirectly. The bond was fixed
at 1500, which waa promptly given. In this
case public sentiment is divided; some per
sons familiar with Winnebago dealing are
wonderfully reticent. This Is the same In
relation to the recent election, wherein tho
whole precinct of Winnebago could be
thrown out, but it is claimed for fear of
some persons landing In the penitentiary
a contest Is Ignored.
Defendants Are Acquitted.
TEK AMAH, Neb., Nov. lS.-(8peclal.) In
the district court, now In session here. In
the case of the state against Felix Richie,
Matilda Fleming and Ella Brown, the de
fendants were found not guilty. They
were charged with the murder of David
Monet te, a half-breed.
On the night of September 11, 1904, while
tho defendants were on their way from
South Omaha to South Dakota, travelling
In a covered wagon, they camped about
two miles north of Decatur, Neb. Late in
the night they were visited by Jim Neary
and David Monette, who tried to get Into
t,he wagon, and on being refused Monette
attempted to break In the door, when he
was shot and killed Instantly. It is re
ported that the shot was fired from the
wagon while Richie and Monette were
acuffllng on the outside. This, however,
was not verified by the testimony, as Richie
claimed that ha did the shooting, and that
It was .done to protect himself and com
panions from the attack of Monette. The
court instructed the Jury that a person
had a right to protect himself or property
either by force or arms, and that their
verdict ' should be either guilty or not
News of Nebraska.
' BEATRICE, Nov. 18 Winter wheat In
this locality promises a fair yield, although
some damage by the Hessian fly in reported.
NORFOLK, Nov. 18. W. N. Huse of this
city, publisher of the Norfolk News and of
the Nebraska Workman, is severally ill with
un acute attack of gall stones and will
likely be operated upon next week.
STOCKVILLE. Nov. 18. F. C. Pinch, Jus
tice of the peace at Eustls, has been on
trial here yesterday and today before the
commissioners of Frontier county for offi
cial misconduct in office. Today the com
missioners found him guilty, ordered him
removed from office and the costs taxed to
the defendant. Pinch.
NORFOLK. Nov. 18. Austin Hynes. a
prominent farmer of Holt county, met an
extraordinary death. Attempting to push
open a swollen door that stuck, he threw
his whole force against it, swung, the hinges
suddenly and fell through. Pitching for
ward he struck on his heud, fracturing the
skull and dying.
TKCl'MRKH. Nov. 18 James W. Mc-
Croxky of London. England, who has been
in the c ity the imst we. k, visiting his
mother, Mrs. E. M. McCrosky, and other
relatives, went up to Lincoln this after
noon, where he will continue visiting rela
tives. He has been In South America in
the Interests of a big concern he represents
In London. He will soon go to New York
and In two weeks will sail for his London
NEBRASKA CITY, Nov. 18 The fire de
partment was called to the home of Frank
Thomas, Tenth street and Eighth avenue,
yesterday evening. The roof had caught
on fire and was burning fiercely when the
department arrived. The flames, which
were supposed to have been caused by a
spark from an engine, were soon extin
guished by the use uf a chemical engine.
The losi will amount to about $100, which
ia fully covered by Insurance.
PLATTSMOUTH. Nov. 18 In district
court, Ouy Applegate pleaded guilty to tha
charge of daylight burglary and was, by
Judge Jessen, sentenced to the State Re
form School until he becomes of age. He Is
now 17. He broke Into the resilience of
William Selby at I'nlon and stole several
articles. Stuart St. John also pleaded
guilty to the charge of having robbed a
store in Eagle and was sentenced to the
reform s:.ool as he was only 18 yeurs of
PLATTliMOUTH, Nov. lg. Three children
of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hunter, who
reside In a small dugout north of this city,
were taken from their parents and turned
over to Miss Irma Allen of Omaha, a rep
resentative of the Nebraska Children's
Home, upon an order issued by County
Judge 11. D. Travis. The complaint
charged the father with being a drunkard
and not supplying the family with suf
ficient food and clothing. At the hearing
the' parents expressed themselves as per
fectly willing that the children should be
removed to where they could be properly
cared for. Miss Allen took the children
Owsley, Flynn F.B. iF.B Mulla
The betting Is lighter than usual, odds
of 6 to S being given by Tale.
Arrangements have been completed to
allow 35,000 persons to see the game.
It had been expected that a reception to
Vice President-elect Charles W. Fairbanks
and Mrs. Fairbanks, who will attend the
game as guests of their two sons, who are
in Yale, would be held during the evening
at tha residence of Mr. and Mrs. H. G.
Thompson, the understanding having been
that they would arrive during the day.
Elaborate plans for a lunch at the New
Haven Country club an tho evening re
ception had been made by the hostess, but
these were disarranged by the receipt of a
telegram from Mr. Fairbanks telling of un
expected delay. The large crowd which
gathered at the station in anticipation of
seeing the distinguished visitors was dis
appointed. It is said Mr. and Mrs. Fair
bunks will leave New York at 8 o'clock
tomorrow morning. They will lunch with
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and then meet
President Hadley and many of the dis
tinguished Yale men who are to be in
EVEXTS OX TUB RISMG TRACKS
Monacador Wins the Selling; Race for
Tno-Year-Olda at BennUga.
BENN1NGS. D. C, Nov. 18. An unat
tractive program was converted Into an
excellent rating card today, bv the sensa
tional finish between Monacador and Qold
fleur in the selling race for 2-year-olds and
the surprising work of Jane Holly in win
nlns from Pallette in the sixth race for
males 3 years and upward. Jane Holly re
fused to go to the wire and deluyed the
start fifteen minutes. After she got away
she led Pallette h round the course. Mona
cador and Oold Fleur ran almost a dead
heat, the former winning. Results:
First race, seven furlongs: Brooklvnlte
won, Briar Thorpe second, Punlque third.
second race, six furlongs: Sufferance
won. Uueen Rosa second I4rnv.rv tiiir
fhird race, mile and fnriv vnrHc An
drew Mack won, Coppella second, Charles
El wood third. Time: 1:46.
rourth race, six furlimcu' Vf ,m, l-
won, Uoldfleur second, Preen third. Time:
Filth race, mile and sixty yards: Ben
Crockett won. Nult Blanche second. Silver
ji. iiiuu. nine;
Sixth race, one mile: Jane Holly won,
Pallette second, Cheripee third. Time:
CINCINNATI, Nov. lS.-Results at La
tonlu: First race, ono mile: King of the Valley
won Danube second. Idle third. Time:
Second race, five and one-half furlongs:
Butlnskle won. Python second, Stroud
third. Time: LOT':.
Third race, seven furlongs: Clgarllghter
won, Jake Greenburg second, Major T. J.
Carson third. Time: 1:26.
Fourth race, steeplechase, full course:
Rip won, Thome second, Allegiance third.
Fifth race, five furlongs: Little Fraud
won, Flight second, Girl from Dixie third.
Sixth race, mile and fifty yards: Yarrow
won, My Alice second. Eclectic third. Time:
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18. Results at
First race, six and one-half furlongs:
Magrane won. Darksome second, Miss May
Bowdlsh third. Time: 1:24.
Second race, five and one-half furlongs:
Squire Johnson won, Phalunx second,
AtniiBkday third. Time: l:lti.
Third race, mile and fifty yards: NortH
west won, Red Cross Nurse second, Eetado
Fourth race, six furlongs: Honlton won.
Alba second, Cuptaln Forso third. Time:
Filth race, seven furlongs: Ripper won.
Flaneur second, Meisterslnger third. Time:
Sixth race, one mile: Brennus won, Vul
caln second, Rene third. Time: 1:46.
Blgr Crowd for Minnesota Game.
ST. PAl'L, Nov. 18 It Is estimated that
St. Paul-Chicago railroad lines tonight took
HI I MiSIRE) HL Id Ej I
Do you know that cocoa outranks
lean beef in nourishing value at every point ?
Are you aware that one cun of
Ghirardelli's Ground Chocolate yields enough force to
carry you comfortably through the most exhausting
day? That means there is enough available nutri
ment in a cup of Ghirardelli's to supply the nerve
tissues of body and brain with the food they need to
It is not only the most nourishing of beverages,
but it possesses a smooth, rich, delicious flavor, pecu
liarly its own and fascinating to the most fastidious
Th bf$t tridtnrt of tht $uperiorily of
Uhxrardeux $ is alitntd by the fact that u$
lalt im California, it horn tnarUt, ti
doubli (hat of all olktr cocoa preparation!
out of the Twin Cities over 10.(m0 pasaen
gers bound for Chicago, the onject ol th
moritv of them being to witness th
Northwestern-Minnesota foot ball game a
Marshall field tomorrow. A rate of Li fo
the round trip was made by most of the
roads and those making this rate had their
entire available equipment sold out before
noon today. All of the regular evening
tra ns wer mn In three or more section
end in addition several specials were put
JIM JEFFRIES MAKES A DEM AL
Champion Says He Will Not Fight
SPOKANE. Nov. 18. "The storv that
have agreed to fight Jack Johnson Is not
tnie. stated James j. jerrriea todav.
will never right a negro hark to the boiler
works flrst. I nm entlrfly In the hands of
the press and the people. Any white man
they cnoose I will fight on six weeks no
tice. i mess this Is done netore a sreo
ahlle I will retire from the ring and be the
only retired champion.
With the Bowlers.
On the Omaha Bowling association alleys
last evening the Drexel league team won
two games of the three played with the
Armours. A large crowd or friends of both
teams was on hand to cheer their favorite
on to victory. Score:
1st. 2d. Sd. Tota's
Stern 182 K5 V-fi Jos
Hughe 171 2"1 lut (k
Hartley 170 PW 1X4 f
Banks 19 2 1S1 BT3
Zimmerman 176 233 227 (3ti
Totals 8X8 970
Knell ad 1'9
Chumlea 176 10
Conrad IM 173
Adams 2L'3 IPO
Tonneaman 173 190
Totals 28 8S2
Indiana FWeate Kentucky.
BLOOM 1NGTON. Ind.. Nov. 18. Indiana
university uvieated the l niversiiy oi Aen.
tucky at foot ball today, ii to 0.
Ames Defeats Cornell.
AM EH. Ia.. Nov. 18 The State college
eleven defeated the Cornell team this alter
noon by a score of 41 to 6.
LONG PINE MAN iS MISSING
Fear Expressed that Jeweler Inaralls
Has Killed Hlmaelf with
NORFOLK, Neb., Nov. 18.-F. R. Ingalls,
a prominent Lono Pine Jeweler, has mys
teriously disappeared. His wife died a
week ago and he bought a new rasor Wed
nesday. Suicide Is feared, as he tried it
once. Searching parties are working on
the matter. V
Woman Eats Rat Biscuit.
Ht'MBOLDT, Neb., Nov. 18. (Special.)
As the result of picking up and eating
what she supposed was a harmless cracker,
Mrs. Monroe Revelle, wife of a farmer liv
ing a few miles southeast of the city, came
very near dying a day or two ago. She
was visiting at the home of a neighbor
and took the cracker from rmong several
which were lying on a plate In the cup
board. Later, when the hostess discovered
what she had done the frightened woman
told here the Innocent looking "crackers"
were In reality "rat biscuit," which had
been laid there temporarily, and which is
a rank poison. The victim shortly after
ward became quite sick while on the way
to town to consult a physician, the dose
having been too strong. This, the physician
claims, is the only reason she still lives.
Boy Shot by Companion.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., Nov. 18.-(Speclal.)
While out hunting with a oompanlon yes
terday.' Earl Uffner received a charge of
shot from the gun of, Robert Reid, both
lads being engaged in an endeavor to
shoot the same rabbit. The animal was
running at an angle and brought the Uff
ner boy into range of the other lad's gun,
the latter being quite a distance behind
the victim of the accident. Fortunately no
serious damage was done, the bulk of the
shot striking him in the forearm, which
was quite badly torn and required the serv
ices of a surgeon. The Injured boy is
about IS years of age and a son of Mrs
S. Sansome, living a short distance north
of the city on a farm.
Pleads ftnllty to Arson.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Nov. 18.-(Spe-
clal.) In district court Roy Elliott, charged
with arsnn, plead guilty and was by Judge
Paul Jessen sentenced to serve one year
n the state penitentiary. Young Elliott la
a printer and was arrested on July 25 last,
charged with having set fire to the frame
residence of Mrs. Anna Kepple in this
city. He had been sleeping in the building
during the absence of Mrs. Kepple in
Omaha. After starting a Are In several
portions of the building he gave the alarm
and the firemen saved the building. The
building wan Insured for more than Its
present value. '
TECI'MSEH, Neb., Nov. 18. (Specinl.V
Miss Emma Ernst, daughter of Representative-elect
W. F. Ernst and wife of this
county, was married Wednesday noon to
William Holtgrewe, a young business man
of Tulmage. The service was performed at
the Ernst home by Rev. C. Deubler of the
German Lutheran church. A merry com
pany of 100 relatives and friends was pres
ent and after the service a ten-course din
ner was served. The young couple re
ceived many nice presents. Mr. and Mrs.
Holtgrewe are In St. Louis at this time en
joying their honeymoon trip and will soon
return to Tulmage and go to housekeeping.
WOODBINE, Ia., Nov. 18. (Special.) The
marriage of Roy L. Howard and Annie
Torrey occurred yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock at the home of the bride's father,
A. C. Torrey, in Woodbine, Rev. Dawson
of the Woodbine Methodist church offici
ating. Mr. Howard is the Illinois Central
ticket agent at Ells, where the young
couple will reside.
HUMBOLDT, Neb., Nov. 18. (Speclat)
Miss Florence Cooper and Mr. Clyde Lynch,
two young people of tills city, were mar
ried yesterday at Pawnee City, the cere
mony being performed by the county Judge.
They will make their home with the par
ents of the bride, William Cooper and
wife, on Edwards street.
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 18.-(Spedal.)
Yesterday at t o'clock at the home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John
Frants, at Hoag, occurred the marriage
of their daughter. Miss Elizabeth Frants,
to Mr. Max Wiebe. The young couple
will live on a farm two miles north of
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., Nov. 18. (Spe
cial.) Charles O. Maloney and Miss Lona
Thompson were married last night, at th
home of the bride's parents, Mr. nd Mrs.
Academy at Cairo.
CAIRO, III., Nov. 18.-FIM tonight de
stroyed all the Loretta academy buildings,
with their contents, cauelng a loss of $20,
Ouo. The academy was established by the
Loretto sisters during the civil war and
conducted by them until last year, when
It paused under the control of the Bene
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PAT CROWE IN OLD MEXICO
Famous Omaha Bandit Saii to Ba Balow
OPERATES IN THE LAND OF MANANA
Kews Cornea from City of Mexico
and Omaha Police Are Asked
If He Is Wanted
CITY OF MEXICO, Nov. 18. -(Special
Telegram.) The Mexican Herald says that
Pat Crowe is in Mexico City with a pocket
full of diamonds. He has been in the olty
several days and declares he came here
from South Africa, where he secured the
diamonds. He Insists he Intends to take
them with him into the United States.
The police have wired the authorities of
Omaha asking if Crowe Is still wanted.
Referring to the Pat Crowe case, Chief
of Police Donahue said:
"I still hold a warrant for the arrest of
Crowe, and this department has done all It
could to apprehend the man. If he can
be arrested he will be returned to Omaha
and prosecuted on the charge of robbery,
which complaint is now pending against
him. I have no advice of Mr. Crowe's
f i 1 in naiii nniaaaainaiiniliani ii a ml I I ma ia am ill ' --- - "
Oulonrl Breekrnrldare Worn,
LOUISVILLE. Ky.. Nov. 18.-A telephone
message from Islington saya Colonel
Breckenrldgu's condition took a sudden
turn for the worse later. His entire fain
tly Is at the bedside.
FINE FOR TICKET BROKER
St. Lonls scalper Assessed f2SO for
Selling Nontransferable and
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 18. Robert J. J. Jer-
ran, a ticket broker, was fined $50 In the
Ity hall police court today on the chargo
f violating the antl-scalplng law by sell
ing a nontransferable ticket. In assessing
the heavy fine, Judge Tracy said it was
necessary to put a stop to the practice
f selling strangers nontransferable and
Itching, Burning Palms,
Painful Finger Ends,
Inflamed. Itching, Burning,
Sore, Tender and
ONE NIGHT TREATMENT.
Boas the hands on retiring In a strong,
hot, creamy lather of Cuticura Soap.
Dry ana anoint freely with Cuticura
Ointment, tn great skin cure and purest
of aniolltenU. Wear, during the night,
old, loose kid (loves, or bandage lightly
In oid, soft cotton or linen. For red,
rough and chapped bands, dry, fissured,
Itching, feverish palma. with brittle,
ruipjless natla and painful finger end.,
tUs treatment U almply wonderful, fre
quently curing In a alDgle application.-
t'omplete local and constitutional
treutment for every humour of the
it i, acalp and blood, with lose of hair,
nay now be had for one dollar. Bathe
with hot water and Cuticura Soap, to
cleanse the surface of crusts and aculea,
and soften the thickeoed cuticle. Dry,
Without hard rubbing, and apply Cult
cuia Ointment freely, to allay Itching,
Irritation and Inflammation, aod soothe
and heal, and lastly, take the Cuticura
Resolvent 1111s to cool and cleanse tha
blood. This treatment affords Instant
relief, permlU rest and aleep In tha
severest forma of Ecaema and other
Itching, burnlug and acaly humours,
and polnta to a speedy, permanent anc
economical cure of torturing, disfigur
ing humours, from pimples to scrofula,
from Infancy to age, when all other
remedies and the best phyalclani fall.
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Bra Lkmuaa CaH FDk, Mtid M ail Otah
M.L . taaMi Umaiom t'aarurkaaaa
M i fart. la a i Bom. lar Caluaikas in,
tMm tin. a Cka Con... lei. frla.
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November 20, 27, 28 and 29 the Burlington offers
round trip tickets to Chicago for ?14.75.
Three high grade trains daily.
Take the Chicago Special leaving at 7:00 a. m. for
a daylight ride. If you want to get to Chicago early
in the morning leave at 4:00 p. m. on the Burlington's
No. 2. Most people take No. 12, the Chicago Flyer,
leaving at 8:05 p. m.
All these trains carry every equipment to make
travel comfortable. The observation-library-buffet
cars on the Chicago Special and the Chicago Flyer are
as cosy as a club and as comfortable as the sitting
room in your own home.
Tickets: 1502 Farnam Street.
lanTffNaBHaTifiB1lf,i tlXUHl II1 111 IBM nil UWIMW.'
What a vsst amount of wretchedness, misery and sorrow this disease brings
upon a man, and often due to hrs folly or his ignorance. It is a serious thins;
tlmt men contract or Inherit disease or weaKness. but the inist serious re
sults are sure to follow neglect or Improper treatment. It seems stranKo that
some men will deTer treatment day after day, racked In hody and wrecked in
mind, when there is a safe, certain ind sure way of escape. Wo offer you this
aid, this help, this certainty of restoration.
Private diseases and weaknesses of men have heen the means of bllRhtlntr
the most radiant hopes, rendering- marriage unhappy and business u failure.
Weakness unfits a man for his home, where men should find their hnpplness
It unfits him for business, where men should meet with success. it unfits him
for friendship and leads him to shrink from companionship. The manm-tlnm
that wins men Is absent. The manliness that attracts women Is displaced by a
shrinking weakness, and the victim, knowing this, seeks solitude.
Nervo-Sexual Debility numbers among Its victims the best of men. Tlleir
youth promised success and their qu allocations deserved it. Their manhood
brought failure and poverty, and for no other cause. There are thousands upon
thousands of men who would marry save for this debarment. There are
those who are married whose keenest affliction lies in the feeling that they are
disqualified and that. the one whose admiration means most must know It.
For a speedy cure of the diseases that so insidiously destroy the Intellect,
strength and very manhood, secure the services of the eminent specialists con
nected with the State Medical Institute. They will stop these unnatural
drains, with their terrible results, and restore to sound health the pitiable vic
tim of Nervo-Sexual lelilllty, brain fatigue and wrecked manhood.
We cure quickly, safely ad thoroughly
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexual Debility,
I m potency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal,
Kidney and Urinary Diseases.
and all diseases and weaknesses of men due to Inheritance, evil habits, excesses,
self-abuse or the result of specific or private diseases.
ralC! TATinaj I Dtp If you cannot call write for symptom h.'.nk.
IVnaULIAIIUil MLL office Huurs- a. m. to 8 p. m. Sunday lo to I only.
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
I jots Farnam St.. Bet I Jh and 14th St.. Omaha, fter.
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smoke, grime. Country soil is
just clean dirt; wnolesom?, but
not pretty. Both yield to HAND
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made. Indispensable to every
one who desires the real bsauty
of pertect cleanliness.
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TO look well tak. era of your
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ar treckla. to blaauah your .kin.
rill kriov. the. Ilk. mafic
Cures Ecirma and lettar.
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