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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SUNDAY, FEMtUAKV 4. WW.
Are Within the
Reach of All
ManyTreated FREE of
All Charges of
DR. McGREW HAS SPENT
In the Treatment of
cii't ujj ivilllii w L ioool J lo cir r
anr will guarantee you a emu
for life. Under his treatment
all aisns of the disease will dis
appear at once, and no breaking
out will appear to expose the
nature of vour ease.
Cures Guaranteed in Less Than
In nianv eases bv a single treat
Hunt, at charges so low that
anyone no matter how poor
em! easily pay.
i i e i
oast's of Disetisfs of Mph ha vo
IjotMi cured. His ri'iunrkahloi
r ii - i r . i - . a '
MH'ITSS 111 IlHc. i 111 Ol prat'lMV
lia never born equal led.
Hl'C HOW lVtllil'ed tO Wlf Ulltl
. . , i i i , ii
treat ilie icoj..e, Hii.l not h thl-,
lai' OVeVrliarp.i' is allowed. j
UIo .. M-nM in. r.x.t !.
is a Mdl known hi.-t that .j
Dr. MetJrew Iia nlwavs bevii nn j
ill the treatment of all forms of
hisenpes of Men.
als to ion
"ho art weak, are tired, are1
xlooiny, are nervous, are un-
tmi.nv -T.I-K tioivol-stsi Mi-f' il.si- I1"80"" who to,lk purt ,n F'-ltbiy's dls
Jiai.p, .lie IIOlK'ltsS, die j turbaneea to prison, among thc;u being a
ioiident, are liollov-eytd, are priest.
tli.scoura-ed. are uusueeessful, j ,lurr 1(J f-r ,.ro-,u, K1(irtlrtfc
wllO liave the llllies, Weak: UjNDOX. Feb. 3.--Uidy etrath.-oua and
-, .... 4 . 1 1 1 1 1 I t ..: 1 Mount Royal, wife of the Canadian high
llerves, tainted blood, lost VI- j v,imlnis.i..ner. hM donated 52 .Hi, Queen
talitV, mental forebodilltrs, 1 Alexandr:r fund for the assistance of the
failed in life.
VII ambition for
life is jrone. To help these meil.
to encourage these men nnd in
still into them a new life, new
courage, greater ambitious, has
ln'en one of Dr. McGrew's great
est irofesional aims.
Office open every hour from S a. ni
to 8:30 p. ui. Sundays from S a. m
to 4::jn p. ui. Hox 7 7 6. Oilice. 215
South 14th Stroi't, between Douglas
nd Farnam Street, Omaha. Neb.
FICIITISC THE TEXAS FEVER
Department of Africnl nre Preparing to
Inn Hew Quarantine Riles.
AWFUL RAVAGES OF THE PEST
Annnnl I.naa tv Stock and Ilalrraen
in the Snath I Katlmated
at Forty Million
WASHINGTON, Feb. J.-A statement Is
sued by the bureau of animal Industry of
the Agricultural department says that a
"publication will soon be Issued by the
I'nited States Department of Agriculture
on th subject of Texas fever, a disease
which has been a serious obstacle to tho
development and prosperity of (he cattle
Industry of this country, especially In the
It Is stated that the Infected territory
has been carefully studied and a quaran
tine line established which extends across
the country from the Atlantic to the Pa
cific.. Continuing;, the statement recites: "It
Is estimated that there are In the quaran
tined area 4,WO.0n0 cattle east of the Missis
sippi and ll.OOn.Oeo west of that river, which
at a reduction of ft. 30 per head will give
the enormous shrinkage In value of $-3,-2W0
directly chargeable to the cattle
tick. This should be regarded as nn un
necessary reduction in the assets of the
"The above figures do not Include the
decrease In flesh and the lack Of develop
ment of the Infected animals, nor the ex
pense of federal, state and local govern
ments for enforcing the quarantine regula
tions. Tho shrinkage in the milk produc
tion of cuttle harboring many ticks will
average one quart per day, and the loss
occasioned at 3 cents per quart for the
876.WW tlcky dairy cuttle out of more than
4.W.ow dairy cattle below the quarantine
line would amount to 17.875,000 annually.
Approximately SRT.Suo animals die each year
of Texas fever, at an estimated loss of
$5.12,5eO per annum.
"With these losses Texas fever Is re
sponsible for a loss of about f4",tinj,flrt an
nually to tho stockmen of this country.
These appalling losses and annual sacri
fices of tho cattle raisers It is believed ran
be entirely effaced In time by methods
outlined by the department and at a small
"The Department of Agriculture has is
sued the annual regulations for the preven
tion of the spread of Texas fever, effective
February 1. On und after that date cattle
are not allowed to be moved from t!.e
quarantined area to other parts of the
country except by rail for Immediate
slaughter and under certain conditions pre
scribed in the regulations. The quaran
tined area comprises Arkansas, Louisiana,
Mississippi. Alahamu, Bouth Carolina. Flor
ida. I ml Ian Territory, all of Georgia ex
cept a few northern counties, the southern
hall" of California, the southeast half of
(Oklahoma, the eastern half of Texas, the
j .southern half of Tennessee, a few counties
in southeastern Kentucky, the eastern
three-fourths of North Carolina and the
southeastern part of Virginia.
"Southern cattle properly dipped or nther-
wise sufficiently treated under government
I supervision and freed from ticks, may be
I shipped without restriction."
POLITICS AT ROME
(Continued from First Page.)
I'ni. discussing the F.umpean situation
with u number of iniluential personages.
His words certainly tend to show how im
pi riant is It tly on the political map of
There lias been a deal of di.scus.-ion of
late regarding Italy's rev rsionurv aspira
tions to Tripoli. It has been pointed out,
however, that Italy possesses an agree
ment with England and a formal treaty
with France on this question. Says one
of the leading diplomats of Kurope:
"Italy has no ambitions in the direction
of Africa. Whatever ambitions this coun
try may have bad were rudely chcckM
by Abyssinia several years ago. Italy's In
terests all lie In the direction of the main
tenance of peee."
Nothing that has yet been produced on
tho world-renowned Si'tine chattel equals
the work upon the chapel commissioned by
the German emperor ami executed by Prof.
Rb inniMiin. CV.iiuiiendatore Kaifmann in
presenting this volume to the pope thanked
the pontiff for the concession made to
Prof. Rtelnmann a concession which Jias
enr.bled him to complete tho elaborate work
which he has undertaken. The work is Il
lustrated rather than adorned Willi photo
graphs of large size in separate volumes.
French Offlelnla Have Tronl.le w 1,11,
Invoicing I hiireh Property
PAK1S, Feb. 3. The making of Inven-
!to j. s of church propel ty under the pro
I vision. if church and state seo.ir.iii.m law
rl-'-ee in t.u chui hes here this aft-
triiiwa. but passed on without vloli-ine.
A ,,..,. (f vrlMlli,. ,akrM u (,lsl(,av
for r-ssaulting the police during the dls-
turbanees e.i.-iier In the week were tried
tiHv ,, werp VIirolls tcrmii of jui
pi ,si,nnn ui.
I Teli-gran.s Iroin the provinces show that
1 . i. ..;i. ,....,,!....:.. .
the spirit of rctlstan.-e Is still u--tive. giirt
lighting took place between Catholics aid
antl-C.-ithoiics- at fccn and Pau. At tllivel,
tin -e lull's south of Orleans, the conuniK
: .-loner making the inventory was drixeu oil
a moo r.i ;-.m iiersons. l-iter lie i
turn, d with horse and foot gendarmes, a
j company of Infantry and a buttery of '
I ,-i rt IF t am', after the doors of the church j
I were broken In tind a barricade removed,
the Tiiaultestants weie expelled from the
eilitice. At Kljmi the c.imnii-icl iner xas
forced to knock oot a panel of the i,eissive
door of tiie church of Notre lntne in order
to gain entrance. He found only t ho parish
i priest Inside, who read a protest against
the'inventory being made,
j A police Judje today sentenced several
j Z Z?T.r i V
will Is- cxp nded in providing for the emi
gration to Canada of deserving working-
men and their families.
twrrlrau Maat Dir.
CONSTANTINOPLE. Feb. I. The court
of cassation has confirmed the sentence of
death imposed on Ghlrkis Vartaulan. who
claims American cttisenship. Vartuniun
was condemned to death by the criminal
court at Hiamboul in September last for
the muider of Aplk I'ndjian, a prominent
Irvlnaj's goal to Play la America.
LONDON. Feb. I.-H. B. Irving, son of
the late fir Henry Irving, today signed a
contract with the Shuberts to appear In
j America in uimi ,
SPORTS OF k DAT.
Willi THE BOWLKRS.
Flayed. Won. Lost. IV
Life Malts V 41 7 i
Lenip Fnlstaffs 4" : IS .t'
Jetler ticilil Tups 4S It! III
Stephens & Smiths 45 24 -1 .SO
P. ft O. Kamo 45 17 "H .37"
Thurston Hltl.-s 4 17 31 ,:4
Armours No. 2 4f. l;l x
Hugo F. Bills 45 1.1 3J
Schedule Next Week Metropolitan alleys:
February 5, Gold Tops-1 Iugo F. nils: Feb
ruary . Lenip Falsiaffs-r. G. K a lima;
February 7. Life Malts-Stephens Smith:
February S. Thurston Klfles-Armours No. 2.
Name. tlamcsAve.i Name. Games. Ave
.If. 1M2 Solomon M
14 Hnmblet V
1S Drtnkwater ..W
li Maloney 45
I tt 45
1H Butler W
1HS Htlne "0
biS Paxton 12
17 I.iflioll -
1S7 Vos 21
1 Griffin 42
W Manning 16
1M Shanahan 12
111 C. Frlmaux.-lo
Umahn Honlina Association.
Standing of teams in Omaha Bawling
league at the end of the twentieth week:
Won. Lost. IV. I'lns,
Cudahyg 42 IS .70a
Meta Bros ; 22 .633
Armours 34 20 .isii
Krug Barks 3:1 27 .nSO
Stori Blues 33
Black Kata 13
Name. Flayed. Ave. Name. Played. Ave.
fprague 4 1H0 l ickering ....57 173
G. Franc lsco.27
W.G. Johnson 42
C. Francisco. 42
H. D. Heed.. 38
Iks Mamie m
IKS Kneell iS
187 Frush '
1X6 Hull 54
1S Magill 51
1M Hueldon ot
1H4 Hodges 42
1H lienman 51
IKi Tracy 54
181 Schneider ....)
1S3 Hunter 27
M O.K. Johnson. .57
m Hughes 30
1K3 J. C. Head.... IS
182 Davis IS
1M Chandler 3
181 Chatelalno ...4S
1S1 Weltv 36
LSI Nicoll 45
181 Snyder 42
10 Mullls 30
178 Kempke 4S
10 Waher 20
171 Baldwin 3
17 Banks 8
179 A. C. Reed.... 3
1 iv l
167 ! a
MOW IMIOOK HIMNU It Kl OH DM
Irish Athletic Tram Goes Fnnr Miles
in Relay Hare In lTiBri.
NEW YORK. Feb. a. Two indoor world's
running records were broken tonight at
tho Irish-American Athletic club's games
in Madison Square Garden, both new marks
being set In the four-mile relay handicap.
This event, which the Irish Athletic tlub
won after giving 15" yards to their oppo
nents, was a one-shied contest from start
to tinlsh. The winning team was made up
of J. P. Sullivan, (ie.ege V. Bonhng. Har
vey W. Cohn anil Melvin Sheppard. each
one running one mile in the order named.
A week ago over this same track Sheppard,
who halls from the Brown Preparatory
school of Philadelphia, mode an Indoor
record of 4:J'h. but tonight he romped
home In the final mile of the relay In 4;22n,
the total time being 17:6, which heats
Cornell's world's record of 1S:21 lj- Si sec
cr.ds. In tile one-mile intercollegiate relay race.
Yale won, with Cornell second and tho
t'nlverslty ol Pennsylvania third. Time:
The ten-mile scratch race was won by
W. O. Frank of the Irish-American Ath
letic club, who led from start to nnish. lie
was almost a fifth of a mile ahead at the
finish. J. Cufc.stcin. Mohawk Athletic club
(New York.t, was second. Time; 0:56:575.
H !l'.ll Al l, AT IOW M'l ATI-: t Ol I.F.fJK
"Ynnk" HriiMii Is Missed from the
Aft'irregratton from Ames.
AMKS, la.. Feb. 3. (Special. (Tile first
meiting of the bue b;ill men was held
this week. The outlook for a winning
team in base Imll at tin- I own Stat col
lege tiiis season is not fluttering iroin tho
piesent outlook. With but two or three
of last year's veterans back would see:::-
Inuly lessen the chaaee.s ot Ames as a
i.... ....... i '..nn A .i . .
Wllllier. Hill f.'il IICJI iitii. im-i uumijvrii
the ardor and eo'-'tdence of tiie supporters
of the "Aggies" i h--i!;g aide to produce
a team thai will easily claim the laurels
of the season in the end. An unlimited
amount nf new und untried material is
on hand and anxious to show their linnd.
"Yank" Hrown. the star pitcher for the
"Aggies" for the last three years, will no
longer In1 a centra 1 ligure upon whom the
team can d J end to win its victories. They
uiu-'l be won by untried players. This fact
What uii!iur Doss
For tlic lluniiin l?ody in Hcaltli and
The mention of sulphur will recall to
mai.y of us l lie early days when our moth
ers and grand mot tiers tf.ive us our dally
do.4o of. sulphur and molauibes eer spring
It was the universal tpiitu and fall
"blood purlticr," tonic und cure-all, und
mind you, this ohl-fas!iioneU remedy was
not without merit.
The Idea was good, but the remedy was
crude und uupuUiablc, and a lurge quantity
hod to be t:iken to get anj effect.
NOAaiidjs we k t ull the bein iicial effects
of sulpnur 1 i a P-ilataUe, concentrated
lori.i, so thui a iiifc'i-j gram is lur more
efftctlve than a uibli.puOuful of tho cruUu
In recent yvar, research and experiment
have proven that the best sulpnur for
I medicinal use la that obtained from Calcium
t ,f tliriiii.i Piilnhldei nnd sold in .liuir Binr..
ttHUWht ruipnia. ana sola in uiug stoies
under the i.anv- ol Stuart's t aicium Wafeis.
l nry are niiiiu ciiwuiuu -cnai'a peueis and
contain the active medicinal principle of
sulphur in a highly concentrated, effective
Few people are aware of the value of this
form of sulphur In-iestorlng and inaintalu-
ing bodily vigor and health; sulphur acts
directly on the livr and excretory organs
and purities and enrichis tho blood by tho
piompi elln. liiatlou of wuute materi.il.
tur grandmothers knew this when they
dosed us with sulphur und molastos every
spring and lJ". but the crudity and Im
purity of ordinary flowers of sulphur wero
often wors than tiie disease, and cannot
compare with the modern concentrated
preparations of sulphur, of which Stuart's
Calcium Wafers Is undoubtedly tho bust
and most widely used.
They are the natural untiduies for liver
and kidn y troubles and cure constipation
und purify the blood in a way that often
surprises patient and physician alike.
Dr. It. M. Wilkins, white experimenting
with sulphur remedies, soon found that the
sulphur from Calcium was superior to any
other form. Hu says: "For liver, kidney
and blood troubles, especially when result
ing from constipation or malaria, I have
been tutprlsed at the results obtained from
Stuart's Calcium Wafers. In patients
suffering from boils and pimples and even
deep-aeuted carbuncles, I have repeatedly
been them dry up and disappear in four or
five days, leaving the skin clear and smooth.
Although Stuart's Calcium Wafers Is a pro
prietary article, and sold by druggists, and
for that reason tsbooed by many physi
cians, yet I know of nothing so safe and
reliable for constipation, liver and kidney
troubles, and especially In all forms of ikln
disease, as this remedy."
At any rate people who are tired of pills,
cathartics and so-called blood "purifiers"
win And in Ptuart s Calcium Wafers a far
safer, mora palutable und effective prepur
Is realised by the candidates and each one
Is determined that tho team work tills
season will be of the best ever put forth
by an Amea nine. f the old men ho
have returned are Parsons at shortstop.
Branch at first, Riley and Kruel In the
box and Cavo and Dunkle In the out
field. Penfield and Green, who are new
men, ar likely candidates for Infield men.
Carr. Brintall. Guthrie, member of class
teams last year, will also aid In filling
these positions. Hobinson. Knowles end
Kendall will be candidates for the out
field, besides a number of new men. Balrd.
who has considerable training in the box
the last two sears, may lie- able to make
good and also the same with Hughes be
hind the bat. Ho far neither roach nor
manager has lieen chosen, but two strong
candidates are being considered for the
positions and the selection will be inad '
soon. I jjch Saturday afternoon until j
March 1 will And the candidates prsc- I
tiring with the bat In the training unar- i
teis. After that time It is Hoped Hint
the weather will permit outdoor practice.
A number of letters have been received
asking for games and there Is no ques
tion but what Ames will have a schedule
this season better than ever before.
KEXXEDV IS SQl ASH CHAMPION
Ilefenta Sanmcl Roma After a
By defeating Samuel Burns after nearly
three hours of hard fighting at the Omaha
Racquet club last night, Frank Kennedy
assured himself of winning the Hamilton
cup offered for the winner of the monthly
squash ball tournaments given hy the
club. The games last night were th most
Interesting ever played at the club., and
tow'ard the close the two men continued the
fight with little more than their determina
tion to win remaining. Kadi had secured
two games to his credit, when Burns
Was obliged to relinquish the honors In
a deuee game of 5 to 2. The series gave
Kennedy he victory In the January tour
nament, it being the finals for that month,
and as he also won the December games,
he is now assured of two out of three
tournaments, which entitles him to the
The scores In last night's games stood
as follows: First game, Kennedy 12.
Burns 15; second. Kennedy 15. Burns 8;
third. Kennedy 16, Burns 13; fourth, Ken
nedy 14. BuYna 15' fifth (deuce game). Ken-
.wwl fc 1' ,.. 1 T f ...... I. ....... t . anrA ani'vn.l
during and after the progress of the games.
EHn.SK,A HAS HARD TIMK TO WIS
saner inurrinr ot tut snap
LINCOLN, Neb.. Feb. .1. (Special Tele
grem.l The basket ball team of Nebraska
university expected to win easily from
Baker university tonight, but the visitors
tossed goals into tho basket with such
dexterity that the Cornhuskers were forced
to go at their fastest gait In order to pull
out a victory. The final score stood 32 to
25. after the first half had ended in a tie.
each team being credited Willi 14 points.
Hoar, tho Nebraska captain, did not com
pete until the llnal half and until his ap
pearance the Cornhuskers appeared to
stand no better than an even chance to win.
Sample, of the Baldwin nee, threw four
field rtiAl nnrl nine fref. thrnivfl u tutul nf
1" points.- and his success In locating the
SI SPEEDS FOOT HA 1,1
University Senate Confirms Action of
CHICAGO, Feb. 3. Members of the sen
ate of the t'nlverslty of Chicago todsv
confirmed the action of the united faculty
in relation to foot ball. The action to
which reference was made was the otc
to abolish foot ball for two years, pro
viding the other colleges of the "Big Nino"
agreed to th proposition, and to adopt
the ruls of the western collegiate con
ference. In Itegnrd to Poker.
IIAKRIHON. Neb.. Feb. To the Editor
of The liee: In a game of draw poker A
cute cards before the draw. B claims A
had no right to cut them, there being no
marked cards or cards flushed. A claims
any one around the table can cut them be
fore the draw. What is proper mode of
splitting a pair iwhen party lias opened a
Jackpot;; to draw to flush or straight?
THEO. SAG bit T.
Answer: Anyone concerned in the game
has u right to cut the peck before ar.v
of the hands are helped: the pack may
even be shuffled, but this must be ilone
by the dealer. In splitting a ralr of open-
ers the customary way in to nury ie.
discarded opener in the pot, where It will
be easily accessible at the close of t-c
hand. It is not necessary that the plaver i
splitting his openers nuike a specific dec- j
leratVn of the fact, ;i' the act of de
positing the card in the pot is sutlicU-nl j
notice to Hie opposing players. It is j
necessary that the card ho accessible a" i
'that the pot .;;,s"bee,;"legailV onVu.
linn Jockey a W Inner. j
HI liNKV, la., Feb. 3.- ripeciul. ( Lew j
Bewell. who Is well known here, is the
latest Jockey to win fame and fortune
on the turf. It Is estimated that he v.-lll
make tfi.cOO or fnO.uuu before the end of
the year lissj. A rectnt issue of Oie New
Orleans Item contained a column nrt'cle
and a cabinet si- picture of Sewell. whom
it calls the premier Jot-key find of the rail
grounds winter seuson and the "riving star
of the new generation of race riders."
lorn Basket Ball Team Loses.
CHICAGO. Feb. 3. The 1'niverslty of
Iowa basket ball team was defeated here
tonight by the Central Young Men's Chris
tian association. The finul score was :St
f'hlcasvo Nationals. Buy Knolls.
CHICAGO. Feb. X The Chicago National
league club lias purchased from the Kvans
viile club of the Central leage the release
of Pltclu-r Oscar E. Knolls.
Wisconsin Wins Basket Ball Game.
MADISON, Wis.. Feb. X Wisconsin unl
veisltv tonight defeated Purdue university
at basket bull by a score of HI to 15.
Kddle Herr Is one of the new Sioux City
Genius will be with the St. Joe club in
the Western assort-) t Ion this year.
It Rourke succeeds In securing a second
Pfeister and a good shortstop the fans will
lif i i-A a 1 u ill thi-v can root for aa hard as
they wish. j Mrnnae Ad venture
I.eKoy Samse of the Fuiverslty r In- In ajto led to painful accident, but Buck
diana broke the indoor pole vault record j elj- Arnica Salve ouli kly healed all
last wecg wnen ne co-urea inc imid i n
1 feel inches.
Dick Iadden thinks with Frii k and Van
Bant in the out Held and other piomis.u
materi.il he will laud the. peiinint for Si.
Pnul In the American association.
With the. St. Louis Nationals. Seattle.
Denver, Lincoln, Hoiyoke. Sioux City and'
Altoona alter him, cjuillnn. who plays this,
year with Uncoln, ought to feel puffed up. '
Hart lauds Frank Char.ce as a man who
has all the theoretical knowledge of the;
h, . . nossese and tne aollity
, m (Jlll al, ay lt iro, anv angle, iliu's i
. conitilning eiemr-nis ot a manager wnicn i
equal Selee's record.
' 11 reported Companion Is to B" wliji
'e""11" """" '" . .ot...... .
Gcnins nredlcts he will he one of Hie com
ers, saying he had tin- goods while with
Omaha, but was not well during the last
record last year with Guthrie.
President Hadley threw a hot shot ut
some of the knockers o' fool ball when in;
SanuV a m"u must e Von'od h -
Ing blood In his veins. If this he tru. it
inur explain why Northwestern and Chi-
cugo and Harvard are knocking- t lie game.
1110 story mar i inniMii-y w irin& io
trade three of his players to St. lui for
George Aionio Stone has been knocked in
the head by denials from Hedges. who !
mi ha iiui'., haw liurl i. n w .1 1 it iu I In, i :
with the Old Roman concerning Stone uml Mp"' Sunday, snow in the afternoon or
that he would do Commie no good to try night, with a cold wave; Monday, fair and
to get him. cold.
Chicago base bull clubs will Introduce an , For Kansas -Snow and muc h . older Sun
innovutlon this year and both teams will' ...
show the progress of the game being ! (iuV- '" u wave, winds bconiing
pluyed by the other Chicago team, whether uoitherly and high; Monday, clear and cold,
ut home or on the road. The plan inuv K r Colorado-Fair. co!dr in west, wijh-,
exten.l to sliow the games In both the big I
league. Hart started this lust full tiy
posting the White Sox score on his board
w hen Comlskey's team was making such
a hot finish for the pennant.
Will Prospect rt Superior.
Sl'PERIOB. Neb.. Feb. 3. t Special. I
Articles of incorporation have been filed for
the Interstate, Development company, lo
cated In this city. The object and purpose
of this organisation is to bore lu the earth
for coal, oil, gas or other substances wblch
may be valuable. It is capitalised up to
t.'ouOUO and is officered by some of the
most cnterprlzing and successful business
men and capitalists of this section. John
M. Silvers is president, M. Pierce secre
tary and W. S. Young treasurer. The
directory consists of fifteen members.
Stock books are ta be opened at ones and
work will be begun as soon as possible.
All parties appeal- much in earnest and
good reports are confidently expected from
PrevlouR to out removal w will close out all th
$300 to $3."n new upright jilano st the remarkable
rut price of 1 80, $200 to $24 0 tiono higher. rn1 on
TERMS THAT STAGGER COMPETITION
56.00 CASH AND ONLY $3.00 PER MONTH TILL PAID
this unprecodented offer is open to all, and will al
low thousands of wapa earners to own fine pianos
who are unable to meet the high terms asked by lit
Come early and secure choice of present stock.
THE LEADING PIANO HOUSE
SCHMQLLER & MUELLER PIANO CO.
1407 HARNEY STREET, OMAHA, NEB.
MINE WORKERS' HOARD MEETS
offcttor of LeTjiu; fepeoitl Strike Assess
ment is Dincnssed Informally.
NO DEFINITE AC. ION IS TAKEN
'ressnre Ilronglit to Reduce the
Amount from 1 to CO ( rnli I'er
Week Mitchell Will 4;o
INDIANAPOLIS, Feb. 3,-The national
executive committee of the L'nlted Mine
Workers met behind i losed doors this
morning nnd remained In session until 3::;-'
p. m. Tho business transacted was for the
greater part routine matt'rs. The matter
of the special levy of $1 a week on each
member of the organization to create a
strike fund for use In the coming idleness
was not readied until late In the d.-.y.
It was then dlscusFcd, but informally, nnd
no net ion w as taken.
There is an Intimation that pressure has
been exrted on some of the board members
to cut the proposed assessment In two
Theiv is little likelihood that this will be
done. Secretary-Treasurer W. It. Wilson
is especially determined that the funds
shiill be at least IJ.jeu.'j and Mi" oilier
national oflii ers and a majority of the
board members are of his opinion ti-.it
this sum will not be found too large.
Prior to the meeting President Mitchell
said nothing but routine matters were to
be considered and he had nothing to say.
According to the figures at the head
quarters of the mine workers, a gcneial
strike April 1 would bring out of tho mines
2P.0 men, If the nonunion miners of West
numbering 150,00.1, could be in
duced to strike with the union men of the
The last of the operators and miners left
for their homes today, leaving oily the
members of the national executive, board
of the mine- worker here.
President Mitchell .aid tills m'teruuon the
'"'v bonnl would tini.h its
work probably this afternoon and adjourn.
He declined to state what mutters are being
considered. Mr. Mitchell will leave fur the
wist about February lo to meet tiie op
erators and miners of the anthracite region
in conference February 13. The place of
this meeting will not be given any more
publicity than possible.
statement for Operators.
KPHINGF1EI.D. 111.. Feb. Z. Herman
Juftl, commissioner of the Illinois Coal
Operators' association, returned today from
! the joint coniei-fnce of miners and oper
' alois ut Indianapolis and made the follow
I ing Mnteinent regarding the coal mining
! Mituation In Illinois: ' The joint agreement
I between operators audi miners In Illinois
' does not expire until April 1, ltMti. Grounds
for the refusal by the op rators of the
miners' demands for an -increase in wages
were that conditions of trade did not Jus
tify an 'nerease. Advances In wages to
j labor in tile mining districts of Illinois
since 1HM have been over I'm per cent,
while there has been but one reduction In
that time, and that wnn only !j per cent.
The niinery now riemund lli'j per cent in
crease. It is now up lo the miners to de
termine whether they will work after April
1 or go on strike."
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FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
(-,rr .raska Today, with t'ulil
Wave at Mcht-o Si. ( old
Wave at Mchl Vol So Cold
, WASIUNtjTON. Feb. S.-Foiccasi of the
w . "til ll I t.'l ruiiuiti rtiio .li-'imaj .
I For Nebraska Fair lu north, clear in
woutn mon Sunday, much colder with a
cold wave; Monday, f ilr. not quite so soid
in northwest 1-oitlon, high north winds.
For Iowa Snow and much colder Sintdsy
! w,,h 14 ' ' Monday, fair, not so
cold in west portion: high northwest winds
F()r g,,,,,,, B,ak,uuKail. amJ ,.llla, tfull.
i , . . .
,,a-v- ''"'d ""v'. Mondiiy
fair, not quite ;.o .
For Missouri Increasing cloudiness und
I """ " ,...- ouie.,., u-i .i.. iui
cold wave; Monday, prolmhly fail
For W online Fair iu west, snow in ea.t
portion Sunday, colder with a cold wave iu
central and south portions: Monday, prob
OFFICK OF TUB WKXTIIKR Kl'RUAl',
OMAHA. Feb. :i. Official lecord of tem
perature und pieetplintion. compared with
Ihu corresponding day of the lust three
vears: 1. ljos
Maximum temperature.... 61 4 a t
Minimum temperature M ii 4 11
Mean temperature : - 14 13
Precipitation ea .eti .on .t
Temperiture and precipitation departures
from the normal ut Oir.ahu since March 1,
und comparison with the list two years:
Kxcess for the day IS
Total excess since March 1 10 f 3
Normal precipitation Wine t,
Deficiency for ihe day ."1 inch
Totsl rainfall since March 1 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 J 97 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period. lft"S 4 SS Inches
Kscass for cor. period, lW 1J Inches
FpecinI purchase ()f hl wholesaler
Worst"ds. .Tof) whole pfeees in loi.
Ail $40.00 and $45.00
not a one worth less than $1.".(H) for the
suit! Finest Imported grorsl.o tliHt Omaha
has seen. Yet we're ready to make them
to your measure
For From $18.00
Nothing out but the price: Finest of
Workmanship throughout. How's that
for you, eh?
504-396 South 16th St.
Next door to Wabash Ticket
M PS i i t?l
Is the man who Is not suffering from
the ravages of private und sexual dis
cuses nor the blighting effects of NoiV
oiis Debility, Weakness, etc. Com
parisons are usually odious, but the
weak, sickly, debilitated man cannot
help comparing himself with regret
to THE OT11F.R MAN."
If we could see and treat, all men
when the first symptoms show them
selves there need be no such compari
sons, and there would be few men
seeking a rejuvenating of their physi
cal, mental and sexual powers, and
there would be none marked with the
indelible stamp of constitutional
Syhpilis, and the sufferers from
Varicocele, Gleet, Stricture,
Hydrocele, Impotency, Gon
orrhoea, Emissions. Nerv
ous Debility, Rupture, Kid
ney and Bladder Diseases,
would be reduced to a minimum. Hut
as long as MF.N Continue to disregard
tile, polden adage. "A stitch in time
saves nine," and continue to neglect
themselves or to exercise indifference,
or poor judgement, in securing the
right treament at the outset, just so
long will there be multitudes of
Many a bright and promising career
has been blighted by Injurious habits
or folly before the age of knowledge
and understanding, nnd miny have
been cut short by the unfortunate
contracting of some poisonous special
disease, which, thvo.igh neglect or Im.
proper treatment, bus completely un
dermined and shattered the physicnl
strAng'h and menial faculties. No
greater mistnke can be made than to
consider lightly the first evidence of
the Introduction of soy private, disease
Into your system or to neglect the first
symptom of weakeueii n.tno ana up
Wo make no misleading statements or unbusinesslike1 proposition!
to the afflicted, neither do we promise to cure tlirm 1" a few days, nor
offer cheap, wortMess Irentnient in order lo secure their patronage.
Honest doctors of recognized ability do not resort to such methods.
We guarantee a perfect, eafe r.nd lasting cure in the quickest possible
time, without leaving injurious nflr effects in the sjMein, and at the
lowest cost possible for lioncxt. skillful and successful treatment.
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The Men's True Specialists
proacl of nervous debility, caused by
Improper or unnatural habits, ex
cesses, dissipations, etc.
Such indifference and neglect of the
llrst nymptonis are responsible for
thousands of htimaii wrecks, failures
in life and business, domestic discord
and unhappy uiurrled life, divorce. In
sanity, suicide, etc. Men! Why take
such desperate chances? The manifes
tation of the first symptoms of any
disease or weakness should be a warn
ing for you to take prompt steps to
safegjiird your future life and happi
ness. You should carefully avoid all
uncertain, experimental, dangerous or
half-way treatment, for upon the suc
cess of the first treatment depends
whether you will be promptly restored
to health again, with all taint of the
poisonous disease removed from your
system, or whether your disease will
he allowed to become chronic and sub
ject you to ftit ire lecurrences of the
disease, with the varlois resulting
Sunduys. 10 to 1 only.
and 14th Sts., OMAHA, NEIJ.
WEAK, NERVOUS MEN
from excesses or victims to Nervous Debility or e.
haustton. Wasting Weikness. with Eurly Decline In
ycung and mlddie-sged; lack of vim, vigor ani
strength, lth organs impaired ar.d weak. Our
treatment will correct all of tr-e evils and restore
you to what nature Intended, a hale, healthy, happy
msn. with all powers vlsorous ard perfect.
If HDIfflPri C cured perfectly and permanently for
lAtWIjUbtLC hfe by one treatment. No cutting, ni
fain, an danger, no detention from work. No otht
treatment will CL'ltB as qi.lek.
Dl nnn nnicnu enred uulcker than at Hot Sprlnia,
ELUUU I UloUfl At or,.;e every trace of the dis
ease disappears, no sores come on body (sores In
mouth, throat, tongue. hlr foiling out stop at once).
We also cure all contagion or acquired diseases-
Hydrocele, prostatic. Catarrh of Bladder, Kidney,
all chronic diseases of men and women,
rnrr eiamlnatlrn and consjltatlrn. Writs fol
Symptnm ;iar,k tor home treatment.
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