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THE OMAHA DAILY BKE: SUNDAY, FEBRUARY lg. 1906.
i'rlrrfl that any ran iay no matter
I tow limited his mean.
And you may pay for ths
treatment as you can, and
when you can.
Il'ls a well-known fact that Ir. Me
fJrew haa always been an advocate of
.n the treatment of all forms of Ills
a sea of Mn.
Me has treated your friends, po-
albly your neighltora, ami many of
these will tell you that they found
him reliuble, competent mid his
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not put . it off until tomorrow, next
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SIX REVOLUTIONISTS TAKEN
Russiana AlWe Discovery of Plot to Assas
sinate Governor of Moscow.
MEN HAD EXPLOSIVES WHEN CAPTURED
RiMlin C raisers Off Rlaa 'Match All
Ships to Prevent Importation
of Arm for Heroin-
tlonary Forcti, 4
BT. PKTLllSBtlta, Kcb. IT.-An Impul
tant arrest if sis social revolutionists lav
ishly proviaed with explosives and bomb,
who. It Is believed, were planning an at
tempt on the life of Governor General
Doubassoft of Moscow, was mode here yes
terday evening Just previous to their dc
parture for Moscow. A seventh member of
the party, a student, threw away a bomb
and escaped. The police alsotook Into cus
tody eight terrorists belonging to another
group, at whose residence was found cya
nide of potassium and other deadly chem
icals, sufficient. It Is said, to kill half tho
population of St. Petersburg and thousands
of revolutionary proclamations, ft Is sus
pected that the terrorists, falling to reach
prominent persons here by open violence,
are about to try the more subtle means of
The police here have been advised of the
arrest at Saratoff of the members of a so
cial revolutionary commit tee Instituted to
Incite agrarian troubles in the province of
Saratoff. Among those arrested are tunny
students. One of the latter was found to
have a poisoned dagger In his possession.
Pence In Cabinet.
Temporary peace has been patched up
between Premier Witte and Interior Minis
ter Durnovo, and the disruption of the
cabinet has been averted at ft moment
wheu the strain was apptirenlly at tho
breaking point. The latest development
waa due to the direct intervention of tho
emperor, who insisted that both men should
remain in the cabinet. The agreement,
however, which testa only mi the personal
Influence of the emperor, is none too stable.
The premier's desire for a relaxation of
the repressive measures Is understood to
have prevailed for the present, but the j
Durnovo and Ignutieff forces are unwilling j
to accept the defeat as permanent mid still
have mighty Influences at court.
Premier Vlttc"s strength rests 011 the i
emperor's Inflexible determination to ud- J
here to constitutionalism and on bis recog
nition of the fact that Count Wlttu Is the
best man to carry out the reforms.
Military Torpedo Kxnlodea.
CHITA. Triinsbaikul. Kussla, I'Vb. 17.-Twony-four
military land torpedoes, sucli
as were used by the Itusbians nnd Japanese
during the war operations, have been
found embedded in a military road In this
vicinity. One of the mines was exploded
by an ammunition wagon, badly wounding
a soldi' r and a driver.
There Is no clue to tin perpetrators of the
Watch fur Contraband Arms.
RIGA. T.ivonln. Feb. 17. Kusslan
cruisers are lying off the shore
Inspecting all arriving craft In order
to prevent the Importation of weapons,
severul largo consignments of which are
reported to be on their way here to re
place the thousands captured mid destroyed
by the troops. A depot of bomba and ex
plosive bus been discovered !n t ho center
of the city.
Executions In the country continue dally.
Threo punitive, .expedition are' concentrat
ing at Dondungon, where lately there bus
been a recrudescence of the revolutionary
l.lnevltch Surrenders Command.
ST. PETKRSIH'RG, Feb. 17.-The com
mand of the trooos in the far east was
handed over to General Grodokoft yester
day by General Llnevitch.
lleelarea l.avr riaratln Chureh and
Slate threat Evil to France.
ROME, Feb. 17. A papal encyclical was
issued today on the situation of the church
in France, strongly condemning the law
providing (or tho separation of church and
state and giving advice to Catholics.
The encyclical shows that the holy see
did everything possible to avoid the passage
of the law, which it tesms a great evil to
religion and to Frunce, and outlines the
church's doctrine on the subject of the re
lations between church and state, uddlhg
that in their union France had found
throughout centuries Its greatness and
Examining the law in Itself, the encylical
says it is offensive, und repugnant to the
divine constitution of the church, because
the public places of worship are entrusted
to law associations. The freedom of the
church. It la added, is submitted to the will
of public officials who are despoiling It of
Its patrimony. The law, the document con
tinues, cannot fall to Injure the Internal
peace of France, which, especially In the
present condition of Europe, is In need of
union of all ita children.
It concludes with exhorting the clergy
and people to act in concord and with gen
erosity In defense of their religion and to
pray to God for the return of tranquillity
and peace to France.
American Troops at Gibraltar.
GIBRALTAR. Feb. 17.-The Fnlted Stales
transports Kilpatrlck and McClellan, hav
ing on board the First Infantry, hound for
Manila, arrived here today after a very
rough passsge of seventeen days from New
F.asperor William at Copenhagen.
COPENHAGEN. Feb. 17. -The German
battleship Preussen. with Emperor William
on board, arrived here today.
Always Keeps Chamberlain's Coach
Remedy tn Ilia Honae.
"We would not be without Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. It Is kept on hand con
tinually in our home," says W. W. Kear
ney, editor of the Independent, Lowry City,
Mo. That is Just what every family should
do. When kept at hand ready for Instant
use a cold may be checked in the outset and
cured In much less time than after tt haa
become settled In the system.
Our store la the largest aopot fee
Homoeopathic Medicines tn be touns
In the west. We are in a position to
supply WHOLESALE end RETAIL
ID l it UOCSES. aa well as PlfYSJ
CTAN9 and RSTAIL TRADE.
NOTE When ordering always state
what form, (pill, liquid or powier), of
mediolns la dealredl also what atreagta.
Sherman &McConne!l DrugCo.
Cor. Mton 4 Da gta Oaaahn.
5 as cisttri isums
ypaiLVaarB. . i uti.-.
(VfVls Ul hI -44 WHS! In- mm
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j SPORTS OF A DAY
Esnt h vk howlers fio?x; nnun
to Beat Record Before Half
of Time Is Uone.
Two nf the four contestants Aid not start
In the endnrnnee bowling contest at the
association alleys Patutday night and
Mnrble and Cochran bowled as a team
against the record. Other memlers of the
association bowled along as pseeniakers to
make the gnme good, and If the players
can maintain the record long with which
they started all existing records will b
smashed before the llnlsn nt J o clock this
For the first five games of the contest :
Marble averaged S.5 and Cochran IsA and !
the games were bowled off In reeord tlni. !
about eight games to the hour, or four for !
each man. but the player will be going at
a slower clip before the morning hours are
tar along, isotning win ne eaten ny in
bowlers, as they will subsist on I.lfe Malt,
and If the records are broken this will be
tiscrl all over the country as nn advertise
ment for the manufacturer.
At midnight thirty games hsd been
howled, Mnrble having an average of 1:11
and Cochran ltt. At that hour the con
testants were both of theni strong arc!
showed none of the effects cf the strain.
As the reeord for twenty-four hours Is
now fifty-five games they are confident of
having this beaten by a. m.. leaving thir
teen hours to pile up a margin for other
tenuis to go against. ,
Standing of 'earns In the Omaha Rowling
leaaue at the end of the twenty-second
Flayed. on. Lost. Per Ct. Tins.
Cudahys R.I 44 1:1 .is 7.4-ri2
Meta Rros.... fl 44 ? .t..;7 .W.SI5
Armours ok : ;s ..TB IKi.MO
Krug Parks.. l l!4 ?.i ..vio Si.Tst
Ptori Blues... OS :.", ;;i .Ma W.Vi
Onlmods W 32 ;t . 15
Beros sit .i) 4.; .Sifl f.3"9
Black Kats... m 14 5: ..'I.1 Sti.OtS
OETAtl.KI) WORK OF TEAMS.
cent. Et'k's. Sp'es. 8p'ts. ixrs.
Krug Parks.. .("'-J
1.1 lit 1.411 .V-i S
Ptors Hlues... .Kfi
Metz Hios H:i
Block Kats... .Ht'J
1.14.'. l.teS :tn7 2.V)
1.143 i.4.w :kw a6
1.13A 1.4t'.! XMi ;U0
i.it;i l.tia :m :iit
1.150 l.KM 414
! 1.414 4iJ 416
1,014 1.4:0 4tll 4tj5
Vv.i l'layed. Av.
i' Pi Jiike
181 ,1 1). Heed.... 41
V. U. Johitsuii.u
Frltscher Hl i
. . Francisco. ti lv,
Zimmerman ....67 ISfc
Cochran 157 1.
Neule Stt 1S
Hengele 3!t M
C. J. Francisi o.4i' IS'.
. . .
GJerde 43 lit
V. C. Reed.
vl. E. Johnson.. W
Huntington ...'-0 181
Tonneman H lfu
Williams 56 IM
Zarp HO IM
Hartley 3 H1
French if 181
Frush m 181
Weber X! lsu
Standing of the teams
in the CouiiiHT-
Name. Plns.Gauies.W on.l.osl.l'ct.
Lite Malls 4'i.o; o4 i 11
l,cm: l''iuslans..4o.i.'t l4 3.i 1
jctur Goal i ops.4,K.t!i
rtlep ns 4b 8nuin.4ii.tvi!)
P. & G. Kainos..ll,i'l
Tliurston itities ..VJ.Ilri
Huso I-. i.llil'8.. 41. ;m
Armours No. ..ati.trtii
;;. l:i .w.s
L-'i is .til
-I ifi .Mi
L.J . !
li o.' .;;u
la JH .:U
iame. Haines. AV
Pax to n ....
o Connor .
M a in. ney .
J. A. Oav
11. Prliuaux ..41'
vapt. Jay -i
S . iMcnols ...45
KVKftTS O.X THE RIAMMi THACK9
St. Oeorae, SO to 1. YVIns ImuI Race mi
SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 17. St. George
opened ut in to 1 and ciosci al 30 to l.
sprung a tremendous sui prise nt naklund
touuv ny capturing the nmu event. Toupee,
the favorite, nnlsned last. The weight ana
going anchored Or. LegKO, tne tavorite in
ihe Fomlly club hannicap and he failed to
tlnlsli Insluo Hie money. Neva Iee was full
of energv and toon llrst honors In tne
handicap' nnd one of her owners whs pie
sented a handsome silver cup. Wcaiher
cloudy, track aloppy. Results:
First race, seven furlongs: Mogregor
won, The Reprobate second, Havemun
third. Time: 1:30' i.
Be .Hind race, nilic and a quarter: Harbor
won. Expedient second. Hooligan third.
Time: 2:10. , ,
Ti.i.a rune, four furlotias. the Ounst
stakes, 2-year-old fillies, purse Jl.btv: Tawas
enlha won, Mabel Hollander second,
Vaieureus tnlrd. Time: 0:4iiH- ,
Fourth race, one mile, the anilly handi
cap, purse U.SOU: Neva Lee won, Princess
Tllania second, Jake Sanders third. Time:
Vlnfi race, mile und 10( -ards: Magrane
won. Orchan second. Gateway third. Time:
' sixth race, one mile: Bt. George, jr., won,
Theo Case eecond. Graceful third. Time:
LOB ANGELES, Feb. 17.-Results ut As
i ''. nice, four and a half furlonas:
Hwect Kitty won, BliM- Rottle second. Hoot
Mon third. Time: U;iw.
Second race, .mile and an eighth: I-Jjony
won. The Borglan aeoond, Nortliville thiro.
Time: IM. 4 ,
Third race, six furlongs: Fustian won.
Workman second, .daserio third. .Time:
'Fourth race, the As!St derby. Brooks
course, $2,ii added: Mast-rson won. lioml
Luck second. .:nnrley third. Time: 2:i!V
Fifth ruce. the Hedianos baiitilcup. mile
and a sixteenth: lllliUn won. Embarrass
ment second, Luclan third. Time: i:4.'.
Sixth race. Futurity i-mirse: I lie Koust
about won. Golden Ruck second, Tim Hurst
third. Time: 1:10.
HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Feb. 17. Results at
Oaklawn: , ,,
First race, six furlongs: Luselle won,
Klsll second. Animosity third. Time: 1:1.
Soond race, three furlongs: Rudy won.
Almas Pel second. Miss Btrome third.
Tnlrd race, five and a half furlongs:
Aaron J won, ldy Vashtl second. Captain
Nerolh tl.lra. Time: l:i
Fourth race, tiaklawn handicap. ll.iOii
adiU-d, iniie and a sixteenth: Ked i-af
won. Lurelta second, Hrouiiinandie third.
Time: 1:47. . ,
Fifth race, six furlongs: Loricate won.
J. 1. Ma berry second. Mayor Johnson
third. Time: 1:15.
Hlxth race, iniie. and a sixteenth: Bull
finch won, Hllee second. Rather Royal
third. Time; l:aV
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 17.-Results at
First race, mile and twenty yards: edge
wood won, Celebration second. Grove Cen
ter third. Time: 1:44.
Second race, three-quarters of a mile;
Muffins won, ldy Hei.noila second. Tne
lure tnlrd. Time: 1:15.
Third race, three nilna: Colonial won.
Cashier aecond. Luulo Kraft third. Time:
Fourth race, handicap, two and a uuar
tr miles: Poll Ft lien wqn. Utile Scout
second. Captain Bob third. Time: 4:0,vy
Fifth race, rulie and seventy yards, handi
cap: Holloa mas won. logiltilla second.
Monaco Maid tnlrd. Time: l ti.v
Sixih race, mile and twenty yarus: Whor
er won. Nine aecond, Aurumaaler third.
Seventh race, mile aud twenty yards:
Prince Balm Balm won, Avoid second. John
Randolph third. Time; 1:4&.
Pwesults at CHy park:
First race: one-half 'mile: Imposition
won. Beau Brummel second. Kuocklrky
third. Time: O.ioH-
Second race, two miles: Helgerson won.
Eclectic second. Regale third, lime: l:3f.
Third race, mile uid a quarter, over five
hurdles: Parnassus won. Class leader sec
ond. Charamind third. Time: 3:2rV
Fourth race, American Turf association
bandicap, three miles: Attlla won. Bii
volio aecond. Drexel third. Time: i:2sk.
Fifth race, six and a half furlongs: Miu
nle Adams won. Jack lailun second. Auditor
third. Time: 1:22.
Sixth race, mile and seventy yards, handi
cap: LW r won, Yhtt!euu aecond. Biia--ua
1 1. lid Time: 1 :4V.
Seventh race, seven funoiisi. ibiu lulj
lbor third. Time:
tillAMl ISl.txn MIX AT Mil I ST
Central Association Knals gweeessfnl
Meet sTnns City Sect.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb.. Feb. IT. (Special
Telegram. (The twelfth annual meet of
the Central Whist association, comprising
clubs from South Inkot. Iowa. Nebraska,
Kansas. Missouri ami Oklahoma, came to a.
brilliant close with a bnnqtiet at 12 o'clock
tonlahf. It hus been the lust attended
contest In the history of the association.
Three new Inctl clubs have been taken In
st this meeting. I, rami island won the
team contest, the score of which Is as fol
Grand Island. 6 games plus S8 points.
Omtihn. gstnes pins 14 points.
Rloiix t'ltv. 5 games plus a points.
Counc il tilurTs. Pij games plus 4 points,
ft. Joseph. 3 gstnes minus N points.
Toprkfl. 2H games rotnus 11 points.
Atlantic, i games minus l." points.
Louisville, ksn., no a-anics won minus 3!
Members of the winning temn are Or. II.
C. Miller. W. A. Prince, ilenry fevers and
tieorze porter Thev receive the Richard
chsllenge trophv cup' for this vear.
Twenty pairs tor.lt part- tonight In the
contest for the Oes Mollies pair contest
r-niin.-n ittiitr. Aoir.mr 3
t OUni II IIIIIIIS Allg.lSl J. .
The cfTiocrs elected are: a. weiuiover 01
St toaenli urelilent' W N West of To-
C.iand Island. aeeretar -treasurer.
. . ... .......
Girl Too irrlft for Itors.
Miss Lillian Franks, the S-year-old
daughter of Prof. C. L.. Franks, had a
runaway In the race at the Auditorium
Inst night with two skate boys, Arthur
Hlombcr and Iiuis Sister. When the
contestants appeared the large crowd,
which rilled all the boxes and lined the
racecoutse at the AudPuilum. heaved a
sIkIi of rltv for the little girl who was to
race mtulnst the larger boys. hos twice ns
large as sue. I ney soon nisooverru ine
won. Garnish second.
rup. W. M. Pvpes and T. J. Byrnes r.f 8t. ! ui'mnumi 111 nave pieniy m cars
Marvs. Kan., tied with R. R. Ilorth and Al J J" sell all s ummer. The fact of a factory
VleroRR of this cltv for this cup. A free- i beina sold out Is simply an expression
for-all for th- SchmclKcr trophy was being r,'',n ' )? " " ; '
nixveH im.iplit merit of the brand and Its selling ouall'ies.
rThe ne 'atini.nl meet will be at Sioux .''"-vfT nt' ,h,n I
Cltv Febrnatv l.v HV.7: the summer meet at ' " "f. 'r" hnitM be deterred from
had no cause for their alarm, for as soon . ., tK on hund with ,,. ,, ,,,, .urB
as the pistol was fired Miss T- ranks shot to for , ,.ofT lake. The formation of the I
the front P.tid was able to run right ii wny 0rmlllH n,j Rllll 0un club will bo a long '
from the boys. She was much more ski, I- i wavB ,0wiiru protecting these r.sh. A mem- '
ful on the turns than the Imvs. mho wif , ,,hj1 of v,.,.,,! hundred, which Is in
never In the rare from the start and lost terested In seeing the tisli me not seined I
by hall' a lap. as Miss Pranks put on the swtlv ,,., thl. fishermen, will l a warning .
set pedul niter sh.e had a good lead. to some of the poachers who drag for the
. , market. I
ev lorKcrs in .imn.
KANSAS CITY". Feb. 17.-The basket ball
five of Company E. New Y'ork National
Guard of Prhcncctudy. N. Y.. tonight won
the third straight game from the Kansas
Athletic club team by the scire of 35 to
-8. Cuptjin Ilartnian of the Schenectady
five v.hs the star player of the game, he
alore nriklnii seven gouts. The game to
night was free from rough tactics and
was the most closely contested of the
series. The series was for the bas-ket
ball championship of the worl 1. but the
championship was decided last night after
the visitors had won the lirst two gan.es
of the series.
II. g. Bents V. M. C. K. Juniors.
South Omalm lllnh school second
("am defeated the Omaha Young Men s
t-hrlstlun Association Juniors In a busket
ball Biime at the Y'ounar Mens Clirlstiun
assoclntlon rooms In Pouth Oirnihu last
night by the score of 31 to 7. The gnme
w:is Witnessed by a good crowd. The
Position. Soutll Minima.
. .. Right field Resky
l.el'UVld I'arkley if.)
Center Xixiin j
..Right guard Reld ;
....Lett guard....: Munger
Scotch Fotirsome at Pnlm lleaeli.
PAL.M PEACH. Fla.. Feb. 17. A Scotch
fional and amatPiirs of CSrrat Hrliain and
America. There was a large and interest
ing gallerv, which applauded the victory of
A. Herd and R. Jones of Orent Britain,
who won Hrst prize money. Kirkuldy and
Barrett, also of Great ltiilaln. carried off
second honors and money, while Travels
and Corey of America finished third.
Murphy Knocks Oat Yeiiaer.
PHILADELPHIA, Feb. I7.-Iiennle Tan
Rer of Chicago was knocked nut tonight by
Tommy Murphy of New Y'ork in the fourth
round of what vn to have lieen a alx
mund bout at the National Athletic club.
Yanger was floored ul the end of the
third round, but wus mved bv the hell.
' Racing: In Tennessee.
x-AHHni.I.K Tcnn.. Feb. 17. The su
preme court today declared the Rlce-Ligon
Ullll-l'ilCO 1 !HCk bettlnc bill unconstitutional
If there are no Intervening uleps by those
favoring the bill the decision means tliHt
horse racing will be resumed in. Tennessee
It Is cominr; rapidly to the stage that
where there Is a way there Is un automo
bile Let us have more ways.
Since Hemere. l!o creat. quarreled with
his Job, his mechanician has gone ahead und
msde a reputation and Hemery has learned
the menninv of the nursery saying, "there
nt- nil. cm
e,--rut i.( ihe races on the Florida beach
and In Cuha weie postponed unto next
ivur Tlicre la some aoiiot on l"e unci
of those who wero there this year whether
or not these events ever will be run.
New Y'ork dealers sav that they are hav
ing vetv little trouble this year with the
free-tide gruffer. The general adoption of
a rule requiring payment for long demon
strations, the monev refundable upon pur
chase, has been effective.
Husband (who carries a big insurance
policy. I You say automobiles are danger
ous and you bate them. I've driven them
for more than five years and haven't been
killed yet. Wile That l an extra reason,
sweetheart, for my dislike of them.
While II Is by no means authoritative.
It I- well worth while to repeat what the
dealers, who have Hold various makes of
cars and know them all. say when they
grt together at dinner and are not trying
to s-ll a cor, but are expressing opinions
frsnkly. Tt is a saving thut has been many
times repeated without challenge, that
when you try to decide, without prejudice,
Ho. 7 is Baby Today?
Better, thank you. In fact, quite
well. Fat, round and full of life and
mischief. Pink and white fletb, dotted
with dimples. No cough, no indiges
tion. All on account of
mn, mtmrnUmt, hX,t ! -lira, is
TU Cei Lwtr OU EmulHon "Ptt UMCtUtnct,"
Administered by a mother whose lov
was tempered with common sense.
She knows that OZOML'LSION is
a fountain of energy- for grown-ups,
too. It stops waste of flesh. It makes
plenty of rich blood. For. pale, feeble
folk it is the chief nourishrr at life's
feast. It cures Consumption when
taken in time. All druggists sell it.
Thero are two ! l-os. and lt-oi. Bottlrt;
the Formula is priultd in 7 languages on ich.
ft Pino Bt. New Yorfe.
Notice is hereby given thst the Keith and
Lincoln Counties l nidation p.sirnt will
receive sealed proposals for tne inirchane
of the SG5.i4.ou bnd issue of said district I
up to the hour of & o clocic p. in sianuard
lime, ul the 2d day ot April, i:4. at tne
office of tho secretary of sjld Irrigdllou
District, In the town of Suiheriund. in j
Lincoln couniv. in the state ot Nebraska. .
nl.l hnni). re In the tlftiniulnal (mi tt
lluu.OO each and bear interest at the rate of
six per coat, payable semi-annually, nn tho
first days of March and September nf each
and every year, beginning with the Hrst
day of September, 1H. These bonds are In
ten series. S3 of which are due on the first
dv of March. 1S11; 39 due on the first of
March, l'.MI. 44 due on the
March. K'Kl, 62 due on the
March, 1814: W duo on the
March, ltl S ; 65 due on the
March, l'H; 73 dun on the
March, 1917; H due un the
March. I'd: SS due on the
llrst day of
nrsi uay or
March. 1!1. and ltd due on the first day
ut March. 120.
The sealed rortosala May be for the
whole of sild bonds or for any portion
thereof, and such bids will be ojiened im
mediately after the Inur of 6 o'clock p. "m.
of s.iid 2d day of April. le. the board re
serving the right to rejeet any and all bids.
Listed this Lth dav of February, 1ST4.
JA-MLS SHOCP, S-H-retaty.
whl"h are ths best car. It Is discovered
thst they mut be grouped In pairs.
Ho many new patrnna are now entering
Into the delights of autnmohlllng thst many
old explanations are discovered oftentimes
to be new. It was heard at the shows
that this and the other manufacturing con
cern was "sold out." New buyers took It
for granted that It was of no use to try
and buy one of the cars of such firms.
It Is putsllng to those who understand
how anyone can have such notions. The
factories sll to the agents, or retail deal
ers. When the orders from such retail
dealers amount to as miiny cars as the
While a new president and other officers
01 me American Atitomohiie association
1 have been elected
the offices of the secre-
, Kin remain 1 fir ine ume pem si a 1
i West Forty-second street. New York. PUI-
ney 8. Oorham of Chicago, the new secre
I tary will retain the New York offices, while
President John Fnrson will make his head
quarters In Chicago. Road maps and In
formation for members concerning louring
will be given grester attention that ever
during the forthcoming season. All the
work In this detriment is to be greatly
enlsrged and Improved, more attention
than ever before helnr raid to the con-
venlenee of the Individual members.
factory can produce during the season, the
' manuTactni tng concern Is "sold out. it
I ,inr not mean that all the car are already
made or sold. The factory cannot aaeepi
, 7 ' o ,,r1"!n reianers, inm is
I i' iriiinrin will iintr pivot) M CUTS
imuimiib nc croer oecause ne nns nearn mm
the factor- nm ..,lrl Tl,,.,.r. l,..
: : , ; ,"' " , "
. mmi-vrr, limn- 11
! 'w.ir. Harris- a" r
mako1 rs TOfA , ,,y r.,Bt,ri
' ""' " im lo order jewelry from Tiffany.
j gporttng Bres-ltlea.
rhlcago papers are taking up Pfelster
Bnrt think he will be one of the comine
youngsters nf the season. Jack Is no be
ginner and Is apt to make them all lukc
notice With Howard to get a start in
the National and 8ton In the American, j
A - wi I II1M 11 rial 9 M,V I, I'l HO? IIOieilKlll
right from the Jump when the umpire culls
, Kn Commissioner O Rrien hus said he
EARTHQUAKE IN WEST INDIES
Cables Are Intermitted and Wnlla of
llonaea Damaged on Sev
ROSEA!". Island of Dominica. !. W. I..
Friday, Feb. hi. Two severe earthquakes
were experienced here at 1:32 p. m. today,
the direction being east by soutll to west
The duration of the first shock was six
and u half seconds and that of the second
shock three and n quarter seconds.
The dlsturbnnci s slightly damaged the
walls of houses.
ST. THOMAS, 1). W. I., Feb. 17.-Tlie
offtcluls of the cable company here have
sent out n notice to tho effect thut cable
messages to und from the Islands of St.
Vincent und Barbadoos. Britisli Indies, are
subject to tleluy. No news has hus been
received recently from those Islands.
Eurthquukcs were felt today at Dominica.
St. Lucia ami Guadeloupe.
CASTRIES, Island of St. Lucia, B. W. I.,
Friday, Feb. 16. A severe eurilmuuke was
' Mt here ut 1:30 p.
m. today and another
severe shock was experienced at 2:m p. in.
Nearly all the walls and buildings in
Castries were damaged.
. Following the earlier earthquakes of ves.
terduy afternoon another shock ssas felt
at 6:46 p. m. yesterday and loud detona
tions and slight shocks continued until X
o'clock this morning. Riinlness is sus
pended. Some of the large reaidences have been
badly damaged and their occupants have
sought shelter elsewhere.
Mirny privutu houses nnd stoics sustained
Cable communication with the Islands of
g, Vincent and Rirbadoes has been sev
ered by the earthquakes.
POINTE-A-PITRE. Island of Guade
loupe, V. W. 1.. Friday. Feb. 16. Polntc-a-Pitre
and Uassi-Terre, on this Islund, ex
perienced slight earthquake shocks this
GCAYAQl'IL, Ecuador. Feb. 17.-A dis
patch dated yesterday from Quito says
that several light earth shocks were felt
there during the last forty-eight hours.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 17. -Tbe belief of
the officials here that the prolonged ln-
Ijerruptlon of the submarine cables In West
Indian waters was the precursor of great
seixnilu disturbances was confirmed by the
receipt today of u cablegram, dated ut
Fori de France. Islund o( Martinique,
esterduy, from American Consul Jewell, as
Most violent earthquake shock in sixty
four years prevailed over the entire island
at 2 o'clock this afternoon. No great
Use Free Reclining Chair Cars or pay a very moder
ate sum for berth in Pullman Tourist Sleeping Car.
Take your choice of two good routes via El Paso
Short Line or through Scenic Colorado. Through
cars both ways.
Our Tourist folder will be or intret.
California Book in color.
F. P. RUTHERFORD D.
1323 Farnam Street,
To Get More Strength
from Your Food
TT ' OTS of people ra stgrvlng with
I W I J wi po
I I full !
I You k:
i U7 wo Eat. 1
ikno'v.ii ! how mush
, but ho 9 Dijjest that
makes ui Stron j, er Brainy, or Successful.
Wlien tho Bowels ra fllleJ wiih undi
psted food ws may bo a freat dfl
worse off Ihgit if w wero half starved for
want of Feed.
Because, food that slays too lo-r; In the
Bowels decays there, jjst as If It stayed
too Ions; in the open air.
Well, when food decays In the Bowels,
through delayed and overdue action, what
happens ? "
The millions of little Suction Pumps
that line the Bowel, and Intestines then
draw Poison from ths decayed Food.
Instead of the Nourishment they were
Intended to draw. "
Thia Poison jets Into the blood and.
In time, spreads all over the body, unless
the Cause of Constipation lo promptly
That Caure of Constipation Is Weak,
or Lazy, Bowel Muscles.
When your Bowel-Muscles grow flabby
... . , m . . .
,hey need Exercise to strengthen them
! not rhvmr (A namnsr lhm
not " Physic'
There' only one kind of Artificial
Exercise for the Bowel-Muscies.
Its name Is " CASCARETS," and its
price Is Ten Cents a box.
Cascarets act like Exercise on ths
Muscles of the Bowels, and make them
stronger every time they force these
Muscles to act naturally.
The stronger these Muscles propel the
food, the stronger does the friction of the
food ast on the flow of Digestive Juices.
The more of these Juices thai act on
food, the more Nutriment does that food
turn info, and the richer nourishment do
the little Suction Pumps of the Intestines
draw out of it.
i b atr ii-iTi r'" ?rxvnr.izz??ri3-z?s h
4-Cj Under, 25 II. P.; Priee, 1,730.
Over Every Other Make of Cur at the Prlc.
Our 1906 Line:
2-Cyllnder Rambler Runabout, 12 H. P
With Detachable Tonnoau
2-Cyllnder Rambler Surrey, Type 1, 18 H. P
2-C Under Rambler Surrey, Type 3, 18 H. P
2-Cyllnder Rambler Surrey, Type 2. 20 H. P
4-Cylinder Rambler Touring- Car. 25 H. P
4-Cylinder Rambler Touring Car, 40, H. P
4-Cvllnder Rambler Limousine, 40 H. P
We Invite Comparison and Thorough Investigation.
BUY THE "OLD RELIABLE" AND BE SATISFIED
Che Rambler Automobile Co.
J. CLAKKK COIT, Manager. 13th ant! Capitol Ave, Omaha, Neh
Feb. 15 to
THE ROCK ISLAND
Il needs e-ily one Cascarst at a rlm
to stimulate all the Bo .vel-Musc'.es enough,
without purging, discomfort or bsa of
' So. If you want the same natural
action that a six-mile walk in the country
would give you. (without the weariness!
take one Cascaret at atime. with Interval
between, till you reach the exact condi
tion you desire.
One Cascaret at a time will properh
cleanse a foul Breath, or Coated Tongue,
thus proviti(P clearly its ready, steady,
sure, but mild and effective action.
A coming Headache can be warded off,
in short order, by a single Cascaret, and
the cause removsd.
Heartburn, Cas-belchlng, Acid-rising
In the throat, and Colicky feeling are sura
signs of Bowel trouble from food poisons,
and should be dealt with promptly.
On Cascaret will stop IhVcomlng'
trouble, move on the Bowel load, and free
the Digestive Juices, if that on Cascaret
is taken as soon as the first signs ara
Don't fail to carry the Vest Pocket
Cascaret Box with j ou constantly.
All Drugg.sts sell them over ten
million boxes a year, for six years past
Be very careful to get the genuine
made only by the Sterling Remedy Com
pany and never sold in bulk. Ever
tablet stamped "CCC."
fV FREE TO OUR rRICNDSt
We want te tend te ear friends a eeaetifq!
rrench-duirned. GOLD-PLATED BONBON boX.
hard-enameled in colon. It is a btautr for the
dressing table. Ten cents in stamps is asked as a
measure of seed fait h and to cover cost ot Cascarets,
with which this dainty trinket It loaded. 7IT
Send to-day, mentioning this paper. Address
Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago or Mew York.
. $ 034)
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