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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 4, 1906)
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AFFAIRS AT SOUTH UMA1U
('Sroner Brail j Holds Inqust Over tbs
Body of I bartfcs ( arlsoti.
NOONANtS HELD ON CHARGE QF MURDER
I iimmlltfr talis Haas Meetla lr
atnrdar llaht to l)Uri the
4 alllns of Klertlon to ote
on fnff llonil.
'ororicr T'railey held an Inuue.-t over the
Imdy of tWle. rttrlson hn wit killed
last Saturday night at I. street and Boule
vard. All of the forenoon consumed
with taking evidence. Nine witnesses wore
examined, and at 1 o'clock, nftcr an hour's
deliberation the Jury brought In n verdict
"scribing the cause of death a taO from
a knife in the hands of Frank Noonnn.
and recommended that he bo bound over
to the district court for trlnl on the charge
of murder! The Jury tnndf? no recommenda
tlon nt to the degree of murder, that lielng
left to the discretion of the district attor
ney.. Thore.vcre' two witnesses, to the murder,
'"rank Thompson testified that he saw
the wholP occurrence. According to his
testimony he ame down on the IJoulcssrd
from the Ihive fucking company' bulldlm?
with Carlson. When they wire opposite
tin' siiloon Noonuli walked out from
Mnrold's sn'ooii and met them and asked
I'nrlsou for a dollar., They had some words
and Carlson started to walk away.
NtibHaH '. followed ifHd stabbed Carlson
twlre, oner In the bark of the neek and
;ialn lir the tieek.
The next witness wn a s.in of the bar
keeper, a boy of iibmif 1: whose name was
llufroM.' Vfttil' be be.ird the quarrel, hut
JMst' befote till- blow was struck he went
Into the' saloon ; When "he mine out In
.tnout fi minute he saw Carlson staggering
iffwMi-d the I nice company's building nnd
saw Noopan closing his sh ket knife,
which lie put In Ills hip. pocket.
lr. Herry nnd faptrtln Shields each swore
to the testimony of the dlng man, who
slilil that Noonm bad stabbed him, I'r.
Ilerrv was the iihyxlclati who was called
to nlteiid the case. He described the
wound and Hccliirnt that It could not have
been self-inflicted There was a perpen
iHetthir silt In front of the man's left car
from which the wuuml extended Inward and
downward about three Inches behind the
lower Jaw, The' cut severed the temporal
and the submaxillary artery, which wound
caused the -death. He and In-. A. U I'e
lney performed the autopsy anil each
agreed that It must' liave been Inflicted
by a ntuh Wound from behind and above.
Mike Tllineily and Mike J. Hunt wen
called as witnesses and testified that they
itfrh saw the attack through the window
of Harold s satoOh. ltolh testified that they
sn-w Carlson. ra!se his hand to strike
Xnonsu but saw no knives. They further
said that Xoouaii had his hands at his
side 11 II the time, and again they said that
Xoortuft Imd his hands up wurding off the
attack of Carlson.
Mas Meeting atardav M(ht.
There svill lie a general mass meeting
of the- PltlJtens of SViitth Omtihu next Satur
day night to receive' tht' report of the
cltiten'a comtnlttee on the question of the
sewer bond Issue. Chairman O'Kceffo made
the defltilt announcement today and it Is
urged that every one who has any Interest
In' the matter spend time t-nough to be
present. ' tt' Is expected that the rvcotn-
Uicndallnn of the cltlsen's committee will
ha formulated In a petition of advice to
the, mayor and council unking fur a special
election '"whe'rln the Issue of $iV),iW "in
bonds shall be Submitted to a vote of the
people. Judging by the Interest already
manifested, the meeting next Saturday
will be frought with plenty of excitement.
Jadgliis In Poultry alias.
Judge Thompson of Amity, Mo., who Is
passing Judgment on the exhibit of poultry
at UlQ Wo'rKnlen temple, says ho Is well
pleased with the quality of the birds on
exhibition. "There are not so many birds
Ijera an wo expected, and the weather is
iesionslble for it largely. Without this
change there would have-been nearly l.ouu
birds entered. Most of those entered av
erage, high In their percentage, especially
the exhibit of Plymouth Rocks. I have
awarded the prise to this class, the Huff
Cochins, 'the Drown Leghorns and the
Game rocks. The light lias been bad for
rapid Judging. The markings have been
very' close, and in ntore than one case a
single black feather, as In the riymoutli
ttocks, has decided tie rank and the
award. The females are exceptionally good
and most of them rank up to 9- ami S3
J. I. Todd won first prise for a Plymouth
ftoelt cockerel. He la from Atlantic. Ia.
K. C. Ahlciuist won second for the same,
and John Bnrth of Maynard, N. Y., third.
Mr. Ahtciuls't Is of South Omaha. Rarth
went first prize for a Plymouth Rock trio.
XV. A. YbUiig oT Mea'd Won first prlre for a
pen consisting of one cockerel and four
In the Urown leghorns Kcv. W. 11.
Aininhaugh. won first prixe for a trio. J.
W. Ahlen of Paplllion wdn first for a pen
ronsfxttng of one cockerel and four hens.
He also got the prixe for the beet cockerel,
fcmllel and hen.
I". V. le'ore won all the lit si pilxes on
Oi liuff CiM'h'us. Willi the single excep
of the best cockerel, which was won
by 1. 1 aF'oiiiaine.
AlMjt am people attended 111 the ufter
imhuii apd in the evening the lull was
crowded It Is expected that all the
:i wards wMI be mado by noon today.
. lerk ;ettlns Oat Warrants.
The city clerk wus busy yeslerduy
flnn out warrants for the payment of
aih-s and bills for the month of Ib-ccmbcr.
Mdcli wire illliiWed it t the t'Ouiirll meet
Inn last Saturday and last Tuesday nights.
The treasurer reports iw large receipts in
the way of -taxes yeslerduy. There were
eiuniKli of tl smaller ambunls to keep him
talta Agalust t tt.
The suit of Hans lmhntg agaliikt the
ilty' will 1h' tried today before the district
court. This Is one of a number of damage
cases of a similar nature to h tried before
Iuiil. Icnhurg wants to recover damage
Twenty-fourtii and N street. In tlw otlter
rases, of which there are four or five, for
similar Injuries front falls on Icy pave
ments, I he amount Involved rang' from
$.".l to t-
ltnnana fta Arrested.
Last night tlie isillce arrested tt run
away Iwiys from Nemaha. Neb. They
si tangled into the city sometime yesterday.
They wr Klmer Jones unci Joe l.lttrel.
In their pocket the police found several
copies of Buffalo Rill stories and wild
west iierloillcals. which they think ex
plains the cause of the hoys leaving home.
Tl bojs said they had no particular rea
son for running away except for the adven
ture. Their parents at Nemaha were notl-
i fled and the boys are still here waiting -for
Maale f lty tioaalp.
i Miss Pauline TYInteis has returned from
I ("kaloosa. la.
Mlk M 'Cov went yesterday morning to
Oklahoma. He mill return the latter part
of next week.
tYIIIIsm ttobertson of Vail. Ia., IS visiting
with his wire mother. Mrs. Minnie Mclllll,
Thirty-second and F streets.
Charles Reavers, who has passed the holi
das here, haw returned to Uncoln. where
he Is attending the Ptate university.
Miss Mae liveh has gone to Muskogee.
kl.. where she expects to pass a week or
more visiting her relatives.
The Maccabees will hold their Installation
program January in. An extensive pronnni
is provided and several prominent visitors
Rev. Mr. Talbot Is In the rty Visiting bis
daughter. Mrs. Kred R. Hetty. S1J North
Twcntv-thlrd street. He Is an Kplscopal
minister from the western part of the state.
Miss flenevleve Maddnx. W'ho has been
rpendlng the holldav with her parents at
Kslrtb-ld. la., returned Monday evening
leady to take up her duties in the. school
Charles Condcs. 372 North Twenty-second
street, has reported the birth of
Vadav Vondta. Twenty-seeonn
streets, makes a similar report, except that
his baby is a daughter.
Mrs. Charles Hurch returned to Mlrtn
upclis yesfrtdav. She Was here helping
with the examination of the teachers of the
South Omaha schools. Phe stayed over
Tuesday nltrht to attend, the meeting of the
1". l'i. O. society.
All members jf South Omaha camp No.
L'U of the Woodmen of the World are re
nilested to meet at their hall over the South
Omaha National bank on Monday evening.
January 8. There are matters of Import
ance to be presented to the camp.
At the council meeting Tuesday night
John Kotlihol)! was awarded the rontract to
feed the cltv prisoners at the rate of 9 cents
per meal. He has been feeding them heioto
fore. He gives them two meals a day un
less the prisoner works, then he gets three
The P. E. O. society of South Omaha held
Its annual banquet Tuesday evening at the
Masonic hall. The members were allowed to
bring their husbands, sweethearts or es
corts, as the case was, and they were all
treated to a line banquet, after which a
numlwr of toasts were passed around. The
hall was decorated with cut flowers.
ROBBED BY NEW-FOUND FRIEND
r'rank West of Burlington. Ia.. short
on ash and l.onat on Bat
grain Moves fast as can
Traffic Reins tarried its h? Hallroade
Well a Possible nlth
Grtiii Is still moving from UniaUa a
fast H.S the railroad companies Are able to
supply cars for lmullnc It. and this In
pite of the new rate which went Into
' effect January 1. The Milwaukee still Ins
Its rate of IS cents from Omaha to Balti
more and Is moving from seventj -five to
lKi cms per day. Th Missouri Pacific still
has the rate of IS cents from Omaha to the
gulf and Assistant General Freight Agent
Phlllippl say that his road Is moving ull
the grain that cars can le provided for.
He said: "This snow will be a great help
to the grain situation In Nebraska, as It
will slop the farmers from hauling corn
for a few days and give the railroads time
to clean out the elevators to some extent."
A Nebraska paper reported Wednesday
morning that all of the boat spilce for
grain from the gulf ports had been en
gaged tip to March t. but Assistant Gen
eral Freight Agent XVeitxel of the Illinois
Central said he had no advice that such
a state of affair did not exist and that
his road was hauling plenty of train to the
southern ports. He said:
"I don't see how such conditions could
exist, as most of the grain Is fiauled on
tramp steamers, and there I no limit to
the supply of thee, as they float around
to the port where the best load is availa
ble. The capacity of acme of the regular
line Ixiats may he engaged until the time
stated, bdt that teems Impossible, a each
company lias agents In 1ondon and New
York and could easily supply more boats."
A report of a car blockade nt Council
Muffs was reported Wednesday morning,
but this could not be verified from this
side. First Assistant Freight Agent Charles
J. Iane of the t'nlon Pacific said:
"No report of anything of the kind has
come to this office nnd I don't believe It
Is true. There are occasions, when rates
change, when tars pile up on us. and I
have Seen as many as l.fmo In the yards
here and In Council Rluffs at once, and
still there was no blockade, as they could
be moved around."
The rorhpllmentary banquet which was
to' have been tendered to W. R. Kelly, the
retiring general solicitor of the Union Pa
cific, by the officials of that road Thurs
day flight at the Omaha club has been
Indefinitely pdstponcd. as Mr. Kelly was
culled to ls Angeles by the serious Ill
ness of his mother, who resides there. No
word has been received from New York As
to the successor to Mr. Kelly. The office
Is an elective one and probably will be
filled at the first meeting of the directors
In New York. The executive committee of
the Cnlon Pacific usually meets each week,
but tins not held a meeting for several
weeks because of the holiday season. A
meeting Is subject to call at any time,
when the choice will be made.
self. According to Murray's own story he
had been drinking Tuesdsv evening and fell
on the sidewalk with such force that his
rlhs were broken. He did not know the ex
tent of his Injury, however, until yesterday,
and when last tilghi he Whs unable to walk
Alone the police were appel..d to for aid.
STATE OFFICIALS ARE INVITED
Ooteraor. Islltor and Pierce ked
in Meet lth rbrla Life
t tidervc titer.
At a meeting of the executive cciinmittec
of the Nebraska Life Underwriters asso
ciation Tuesday night the secretary was
Invited to extend an Invitation to Governor
Mickey, Auditor Searle and Insurance Com
missioner Pierce to be present at the
monthly meeting "f association to be
held at the Commercial club rooms Janu
ary" 0- I"1"" Invitation was extended for the
purpose of securing frotn these officials
an expression of opinion upon the matter
of the InvestlKatlon of Nebraska life In
surance companies, as suggested by the as
sociation at a recent meeting.
FINK LAYS OFF NINE MEN
Take This Action So that eit
i'aant Board Mny Decide
XI ho Are deeded.
County Treasurer Fink this evening will
lay off nine men who have been at work
In hla office. This lay-off Is of a tem
porary character, but the county treasurer
wants to allow the new roUnty board to
Investigate conditions and ascertain for
Itself Just what help Is needed in his of
fice. Later on. If the board comes to the
conclusion the men are needed, the ones
laid off will Im put back to work.
Frank West of HurllnRton. Ia.. walked
Into the police station at 1:30 O'clock this
morning with wounds about the face and
head, and reported that he had been held
up. and toblied of StO by a young man
who. under the pretense of befriending him,
lured him into a lonely spot near the
freight yards and there slugged him. West
said that he had been employed ne;ir Fre
mont. Neb., husking corn, until recently,
and that he only enme to Omaha early
lie admitted having visited several saloons
during the day, and last bight played pool
with some newly made acquaintances In
Goldsmith's saloon. Ninth street and Capi
tol u venue. An ultcrcatlon arose over the
payment for the games, the other man tak
ing sides against West.- After that matter
had been adjusted, a young man came, up
to West, and saying that he did not like to
see him Jumped on by a superior number,
offered to stand by lilnt, and to ullow XVest
to go with him home for the night. Tills
West said he decided tri do. and It was
while he suppysed they were on the way to
his friend's room that the young man sud
denly turned on him, knheked hlih down,
and took his savings. The police secured
a good description of the assailant and ex
pect to secure his arrest.
Fl.iK Hi ROD ATPROVKII
t'onnty Treaanrer l'la on the Mate
Referring to the action of Judge Holconib
of the supreme court In the city treanry
matter. County Treasurer Fink said:
"t really know nothing about the cir
cumstances of the granting of a restrain
ing order by the supreme court. I was not
represented and had no personal Interest
In the proceeding. XVhatevcr I have done Is
simply In the line of trying to comply with
what the law requires of me."
Mr. Fink, tiring of having the school
hoard and the city council keeping him in
uncertainty about the consolidation and
the giving of bonds in connection therewith,
has had his bonds as city treasurer ex
ofticlo and as treasurer of the school dis
trict, approved by Judges Day and Estello
of the district court. The three bonds
which Mr. Fink has given represent a liabil
ity of ll.neo.nrio. As city treasurer cx-offlclo
the bond he gives I for $ii)P,fJ0. with a
liability of $),0ob; as county treasurer his
bond Is fcno.OOO. and as treasurer cr the
school district he Is bonded for tun.non.
OLDEST KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Holiday Week and Mild Weather
Retard the Marketing of
LEAVES COATS ON SIDEWALK
Peseallar Action of .Man W ho Had Hern
Spending; F.ventng In Rar
A strange loan got up from a chair in the
City hotul barroom. Tenth and Harney
streets, at cluslng time last night, walked
out on to the; sidewalk, where he was seen
to take off his overcoat and nndercoat,
throw them on the walk, then walk cast on
Harney street In his shirtsleeves and disap
pear arduud the corner: The strange ac
tion was noticed by the bartender, who
went out and picked up the clothing, In one
of the pockets of which he found a $" bill.
He could find no trace of the owner, and as
the man failed to return he notified the
The stranger had been sitting in the
saloon with another man, and when askedVl
to leave at midnight both Went out and took
opposite directions. Neither appeared to be
Intoxicated, and the man's strange action
I in the freexlng weuther led the bartender to
fear that he contemplated suicide.
John Taylor, at the Age of Mnety.
line, Die at HI Omaha y
John Taylor, who was the oldest member
of the Knights of I'ythia In the world, died
Wednesday morning at the home of his
daughter. Mrs. George H. Crager, 318 De
catur street. Mr. Taylor was 91 years 10
months and it days of age and had been a
resident of this city for thirty-eight years,
roming here from Philadelphia. Mrs. John
Hayward of St. Louis, a daughter, was at
her father's bedside when he died.
For some years Mr. Taylor was known as
the oldest living Pythian, lu the world. In
November, iww, he helped Institute Ne
braska lodge No. l. Knights of Pythias, the
flrt Pvthlan Wlcrr. nra.nli.,1 a-.. r
Allegheny mountains. He was a member Indianapolis' SllMt
of lodge No. 1, which still exist in Omaha, ! Milwaukee aW.un
up to the time of his death. Cincinnati mom.
i t ( i u lTl w A HniO
Mr. Taylor Joined the Knights of Pythias cPdar Kniidn'ii!!!!l:!'jt..' 1:.M
In Philadelphia soon after the organization Sioux City . . . w.r . . 217 .'"o
of the order In t;4. He was particularly
well known In Pythian circles and was re
garded as a lovable man.
While tho funeral arrangements have not
been completed It Is thought the service
will be held Friday afternoon at the Crager
home. Rev. James Wise of South Omaha
will conduct the service and the local Py
thian organizations will take ' part. The
burial will be nt Forest Lawn.
The surviving children of Mr. Taylor nrt:
John K. Taylor and Mrs. George H. Crager
of this city. Mrs. John Hayward of Pt.
Ixiuls nnd Mrs. Pyffer and Mrs. Dcxey of
Mr. Taylor Joined Rising Sun lodge No.
K of Philadelphia In February, lSOf. six
week before he came to Omaha. He had
a shoe store at Sixteenth and Chicago
streets for A number of years before he re
tired. Mrs. Taylor Is dead. The father is sur
vived by five children, thirteen grandchil
dren, fourteen great-grandchildren and two
CINCINNATI, Jan. U.-lSpecial Tele
gram. I Price Current says: llollday condi
tions have somewhat "curtailed the market
ing of hogs and the mild weather being
unfavorable for feeding, the result has not
occasioned the hurryjng of stock forward.
Total western packing was 50fi, com
pared with 6W.onn the,'irecedlng week" and
4!V0W last year. iSlnuej November 1 the
total Is 5.471.(), against 5.SI5,0nfi a yeHr
ago. Prominent plaqcJif)inparo as follows:
Chicago i. . .iaul,:tto.iii l.4xo.iit
Kansas City . .. . .fc.i.'i tCo.nO1! 40.oni
Smith Omaha :t7iMP" :&.
St. Ixnlls , ..r... :iS5.K 4o,i.0no
NOT UNLESS C0URTS SAY SO
Broatfii taaerta Poller Board Will ot
Wluntarlly I lose Protected
Xaloons Durlasr Hearing.
JULES LUMBARD IS LAID UP
Veteran Sinner Hart by Kail.
Kneeeaa I Not Rrokea as
OMAHA MEN BEAT UNCLE SAM
Private Partle May Hare Circum
vented Government In the
l.lttle Bnffalo Haln.
MKETEETSK. XVyo.. Jan. 3.-1 Special.)
Omuha parties, It is believed, have circum
vented the reclamation service In the mat
ter of the Little Ruffalo basin Irrigation
project, five miles east of here. A party of
surveyors sent out from Worland are now
at work in Little Buffalo basin making sur
veys, but the man in charge refuses to say
in whose employ they are working. It Is
believed here thut private capital inter
ested In the Hanover canal company at
Worland Is belling the scheme.
The Little Ruffald basin project was
shown to Chairman Mondell of the national
irrigation committee during his recent visit
here and he promised to taka it up with
the depurtmeiit at the earliest opportunity.
The project contemplates filling Little Btif-
falo l asln. a natural reservoir four by six
miles. With water from either Wood or
Gray Roll rivers, as a storage reservoir for
some SW.ortii acres in Big Ruffalo basin. Flf- I
teen-mile creek and the Gooseberry Mats, j
i The tc.turil .if Klre uml Pollc CmmiM.
sinners bus no intention of doting Hie
.saloons against which the Civic Federu
aj tion tiled protests to graining licenses
ftciiuitig acijuciicution ui i ue appeals to me
district court, The. law says. .he saloons
shall be closed until the question over the
right to a license are settled.
Commissioner W. J. Rroatch, who acts us
chairman of the body, was askc-d whether
tht- board would order rlosed the 2ii
saloon protested by Klmer K. Thomas on
behalf of the federation until the court
hud passed decisions.
"No such action has been taken and
none Is contemplated so far as I know."
said Mr. Hroalcli. "There is no necessity
for the iKiiid acting In the matter. Of
Jules Luiiibard. who broke the lig.ilinvs
of ills left knee Tuesday when he fell on
a snowy walk on Seventeenth street, be
tween Far nam and Harney streets, is rest
ing easily at bis home, 2H39 Douglas street,
though the attending surgeohs believe it
will be a month, at least, before the vet
eran singer can venture out. While it Is
not thought the accident will lie attended
by any serious result, yet Mr. Lumhurd'
age and weight und the enforced confine
ment are making the accident a trying
ordeal for the patient.
Jules Lumbard Is 74 yeurs of age and
known throughout the country us a slnger
The story flashed out yeslerduy that Mr.
Lumbard's knee cap was broken is pin- '
noiinced a fake. j
ii ii TTa?isr
Work! Work I!
Loti of energy is needed to keep up the pace. In
the struggle, the man with the strong body and dear
brain wins out every time.
The man of to-day needs something more than
mere food ; he needs a food that makes energy a food
to work on.
Although some people may not realize it, yet it is
I fact', proved and established beyond doubt, that soda
crackers and this means Untcda Biscuit are
richer In muscle and fat-making elements and have a
much higher per cent, of tissue-building properties
than any other article of food made from flour.
That this is becoming known more and more every
day is attested by the sale of nearly 00,000,000 pack
ages of Uneeda Biscuit, the finest soda cracker
ever baked. An energy-giving food of surpassing
value sold in a package which brings it to you with
all the original flavor and nutriment perfectly pre
served. Truly the food to hork on.
Whoever you are whatever you are wherever
you work Uneeda Biscuit.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
TO NEW YORK OVER MIGHT
The 20th Century Limited
Via the LAKE SHORE and NEW YORK CENTRAL
The Route of the Government Fast Mail Trains
CHICAGO - NEW YORK 18-HOUH TRAIN
IT SAVES A DAY
FROM LA BALLE AT. STATION
Leave Chicago at .
Arrive New York at
2:30 p m.
9:30 a. m.
raoM grand cknTral srVnoM
THE ONLT TERMINAL IN NEW YORK
Leave New Yore at
Arrive Chicago at .
3:30 p. rn.
8:30 a m.
W.J. LYNCH, Passenger Traffic Manager, Chicago IlL
A NEW OLHiBCAO 'TRAIN
Leaving Omaha at 11 P. M. daily, arriving at Cedar Rapids 6:10 A. M; Clinton 8:15 A. M.,
and Chicago 11:55 next morning.
"THE BEST OF EVERYTHING-'
Other Chicago train at 8 A. M., 11:30 A. M., 5:50 P. M. and 8:38 P. M.
City Offices, 1401-03 Farnam Street.
This pruj-l wmikl t.r next In rlz.Mtn tUc ; ,,.,, jls, ,,,. lhp hip ,lt. wus ,,,
in niuiif ne Kuvpt'timrni pi i I miw
di-r way In till mute.
Hriiulillrau ton.iultte MrrlluK.
SIOIX FALLS. 8. It.. 'Jim. 3.-(8tclul
Teli-grutn.) Members of tho republican
state central miniuliteu air arriving; in the
city for the purpose of unending a mei-tliiR
of the committee, which will be h.-ld TIiuik
day evening fur tli purpnue of Kelectiug
""" j to tide in Vo. 11 ennlne tn Orleuna. Neb..
to take lilt renului- run on tiial brunch thi
iiiDinlnK when the unfortunate "Hp cauwd
Iluve ou friend'.' In the earn? In the
wet? In the old country? 8-nd them
each ii copy of the Jubil-e Kill I Ion of The
Uee. Advertise Omaha.
iiioudH. Joint Siiiiiitlii, A. V. Anderson and
Mikkc Miixaio Tiller. Mamie Mmalrr and
Amelia tOiinix. cook nnd chambermaid. It
Ih xexpecltd that the poiHoti waff placed in
the food by n dlMfmintlert rook who 'was
riiHchintjcil a few I,ivm hko. He has iIIk
f AKILUILI-L .KS3 THAN FIVE DATS.
the place for holding: the republican olali j (
convention next June, fixing- the apportion- i ''MI
luent and making other at 'rarnp-hiciits for ;
the campulun of next fall. Huron, Mitchell '
and Slnux Kails are cundldnte for -lee- ;
tion a the- place for holding tli conveii- i
Ki: OK IMUKONK.n HHKKIHil
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be clH. to have "received by flll.lK on ' 'T' '! T ."'""'l! ''V"' ,hat lh ,"U'0
4 xlippery HMrwalk near the oorner of j U' 1 " '1ur", ,h" ''""" h "1
' will see that the older i carried out.
Otherwise there 1 no likelihood of the
saloon involved will lie hut up."
Mi ( rM4 rrm
IT MUST HAVE
IH BLULor IT'S
Extract of Beef.
TOO l.ATK TO M. MFY.
WOMAN FIGHTS WITH BURGLAR
Sag h Hit Bobber Orrr the Head
nlth t'halr. Tbea
KaorkeA Dow a.
Mr. J. Luyhen of 21 Miami treet had
a thrilling brurh with a burglar Tuesday
evening about II o'clock. Mrs. Luyhen
was at home with her children, when a
no!e In the lower part of tha house at
tracted her attention. Entering tha parlor
she was met by a man with her silver
ware In his arms. The woman grabbed
rhalr and knocked the man over the head,
so she reported to the police. Then I ha
man knocked her down, dropped the silver
ware and made his escape with 111. De
tectives Maloney and Drummy are work
ing on the cae Mra, Lyyben ai not the
worse for her adventure with the vUilor
MUST BE ONEJJF TRANSIENTS
Frank Met , harard Milk Killing
Minnesota Kherln. rlalma
Omaha as Houte.
Mouth Dakota Hnr Association.
SKH'X KALL8. B. I)., Jan. 3. Sie. I il
Telegram. I Altornev y from all parts of tho
state have gathered here to attend I lie an
nual meeting of the Smith Dakota Bar !!!
oclatloti. which convened for a two day'
session. One of the feature of today's en
sloti was the presentation of the annunl
j address of H. R. Horner of Plcnc, president
of the association. One of the principal
addresses at Thursday aesnlon will be
A te leu i am from Rochester, Minn., says
a man aivlna bis name urn Frunk f,-lii
of Omaha la under arrest there on a chatae I ,"ade hy M""- McPlaln of Iowa fit
... ' I 1 .1 J, ....... . M I. . . .. .
or having bot and killed the sheriff of
Iodge county, who Interrupted two men
while they were robbing a store in Hay
tleld. Minn. Me Vug was nearly starved
and half frozen when arrested, tie Is well
dressed, the dlxpatch says, but refuses to
I say anything more about himself than to
I claim that his name is McVug and his honis
in Omaha. No such name appears In either
the Omaha or South Omaha directory.
Ten Uii Kal at 1 . M.
KiOFX CITY. la.. Jan. 3 -Ten perxoitH
who at the new Young Men's CliiiHtlau
u4Hutiaiioii uife partook or a breakfast
' food doped Willi liaison, presumably ar
! M'liie, were affected with a violent case of
I poisoning and are n:iw under the care of
physicians. It I believed all will recover.
The manner in which the package of
I breakfast food was poisoned I a mystery
to the management of the Young Men'
I Christian association. An investigation
! In being made.
! Those affected are Harry Dekiay, C. A.
Johnson. Karl Untx, H Dahl. R. 8. Kd-
n slnniaclj, back or bowels, nre slgny . f
eitain danger, which Electric Hitters uie
gUir Jtiteid to cure. "0 cents. For sab by
Sherman & M'-Conncll Inug Co.
If the firms from which you b:iv your
good. Mr. Bnsiner Man. know how 'mah:i
1 growing, wouldn't It help your stand
ing? Senil each a ropy of the New Year
Jubilee Edition of The Uee. It Will Ii- l
you- It will help Omaha.
Uee Want Ails are itest Hostile Hoostets
ew I'learliia House Herortl. '
NEW YORK. Jan.. 3. -The UM year'!
lieaV interest and d vlib-nd dlslmi-senients j
at tiii center were reflected in todav's
bank exchang" SI the clearing house.
which aggregated VM.Mt.Wl. This is over
iv In -h i m of the previous high
record, made May In. l'.H'l, the day follow
ing the 'coiner'' In Northern 1'aeiflc.
.W.VXf l-VD- Young man of good api"'Utl'e
to 44iMcil bustliess til eit . I'ii.ni-. itr
r'jjl't psrtv to ini.lif nice sahr : refer- j Tlie man gained entrance bv pushing out
enc.g-ieiitred. Ar.-.i K "'. V'r...1 ... ! ' u'"g a skeleton key.
Break Ribs la Fall.
James Murray, aged about . was taken
from the saloon of C. (1. Loftman. 13-'l
Howard street, by the police at 1 o'clock
this morning, with three broken ribs, which
prevented the mail from taking care of him-
I by MlUlans ef Smkn ...t- I
mUMtm wUil Tthlu tor otw nftj Ysv. f
-ii r"."" TT . ga s.i.t.
g 111 - win, mwi W 1M a
TWIUtTTTttlK CEWTg M4TTLZ.
Ia.. judge of ihe supreme court of Iowa.
I HOP iM gO, MPECLtl. A'lTH t T j
tiood Atteadaaee of Farmers I u the j
Klkboru i alley.
EWINtJ. Neb.. Jan. J. (Special Tele- i
gram.) The crop and corn special train
reached Ewing on time. One hundred and
fifty people gave close attention to the lec
ture by Prof. Hunt of Cornell university.
New York, who Is an authority on cereals.
At Battle Creek E. t. Montgomery and C.
W. I'ugsley lectured to lMi people. The at
tendance at Oakdale, Neligh and Clearwater
was good, considering th bail weather
Prof. Alvln Keiser, Prof. Condra and Prof.
ttoriy. the lecturers, complimented the
country and the attention af the farmers I
on the entire trip. The train Is running j
' t t kj att uruuie 1 1 iiir.
F.aglarer Deer Injured.
M'COok, Neb.. Jan. . (Special.) Engi
neer William Ix-er alipped and fell from an
engine on the Burlington turntable In the
shop her last nlsV and sustained a frae-
Evcm mother fel
great dread of the paia
and danger attendant upon
most critical period
of her lite. Becoming
a mother should be a source iA joy to all, but the suffering and
danfrer incident to the ordeal makes it anticipation one of misery.
Mother' Friend it the only remedy which relieves women of thu great
pain and danger of maternity; this hour which is dreaded a Woman's
severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided
by its use. Those who use this remedy are no longer despondent; or
gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distressing conditions are
overcome, the system is made ready for the coming ev-M, and the
serious accidents so common to the critical,
hour are obviMed by the use of Mother's
Friend. "It is worth its weight in gold."
says many who have used it. fi.oo per
bottle at drug stores. Book containing
valuable information of interest to all women, will
fee sent to any address free upon application to
BfiADFICip REGULATOR OO., Atlanta. Om.
Treats ill forms of Diseases HI
Thirty YcarV txjJerlcnce.
Twenty Years in Omaha.
The doctors remarkable success lias
never been equalled. His resources and
facilities for treating this class of diseases
ate unlimited, and every day brings many
flatterins reports of the good be is doing o
the relli f lie lias given. ,
hOt SPKiNUS TutUMLNT f OR
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on the skin or face and ull external signs
of the diHea.- disappears at ooce. A per
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AtD in niWc cured of Hydrocele.
UllM JUiUUU fcirlcture. Oleet, Nervous
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CtUR.LS USS THAN ALL OTHERS
Treatment hy mall. Call or writ. Box
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lie li,rh ssp the pleasure
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.One hot will tell a story of
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rejurenating, vitalising force than dss ever
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OMAHA .v'tB fslchon Rt
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