Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 20, 1906, Page 3, Image 3
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TT7ERDAY, FEBRUARY CO, 1906. $ f v; e. Yale's NEW.... Beauty Culture Lecture "To Haver Hold" WILL BE GIVEN AT BOYD'S THEATER Thursday March 1, 2:30 P. M. I'p-to Date Costumes Will Be Won. A Grand Musical Prorrgtnme. Th. spirit et iMiilf will lnv.4. "ova's Tseatsr atarrh Int. at 1:10 p. m., when Mom. Vale, th. World', omim Beaut? Scientist, will five th. ladle, of Omaha ana of h.r lalmllaDle Beauty Culture Lecture. H rn.rT.lowa portrayal of all that la moat charming and beautiful la woman will be reaentea with new ph. ere to d.llfht th. and enwrap th. Man. la addition to th. wla. Machine and Bevel entertaining feature of Mm. Yale's Lecture law la h.r wonderful personality that alona la sufficient to bold an audience compoeed utireir of her own aex completely apellbouna lor sour. Tban, too, there la a fascination about a Mm.. Yal. Beauty Lecture that makes them irrealetlble to thoaa who ha-e ror attended them. Par thla reaeoa man at tk. aam faoaa will ba aaaa ther. tnrr tin. Mmi. Yala appears, manjr of whom lv Hat. Yala credit for th.tr Ana appaaruca a4 wall preserve routs. BEAUTY CULTURE PIONEER At thla particular tlma, whan so mack tdm aad thought la being given to Phreleal Cultura neovenienta. tha opportunity to aea and bear tha pioneer and prima mover ia aueh matter. I. certainly aa- opportunity that everybody ahould tak. advantag. of. On thla eecaalen lfm. Yala will have a great deal to aar to middle-. fed women aad thoaa uet ateralag -tram early v.elk int. tee moie Batter stages at womanhowa. ' li TO HAVE AND TO HOLD VIII t tli tnt for Mm. Ti' mwrtci, M mpplrexl t th rapid chang tlut tak plao during th phratcAl -volution of th humaa body. Th part moat tntarnatlng. of doubt, will ba th tranaformatton soane vhara c)lii la turnded into baauty, and old 4f mad to almulata youth. Th mar vel oua thing that ara now being aeeom llthad through Mm. Tala'a lnatrumntahtir vlll ba forcibly dmonatratd and eon lu ting) IlluatraUd la Mm. Yal'a word aad cr4iAa.Ur. PHYSICAL CULTURE A aaual. Mma. Yal. will d.vot. ana whole art to Physical Cultura Derooaetratlona. In thla act Mma. Yala ehowa to tb. beat ad vantaac. Her perfection of figure, charm of feature and wonderful grac of movement .all forth tha highest commendation of h.r an, aao preerai a seautuui example for all m ioiiow. TICKETS FREE Ticket, for Mm.. Yal.'a Lectur. iuj a bUlaed tree of charge by applying for them NOW at the Drag Department of tha Boetee tare. The ehoireet aeate. however, will be gives to those whs malt, a purrhaee of any of Mma. Yale's preparation, while applying for . Uaketa, OMAHA AGENTS. STORZ BEER a produce ia one of the most deantr, t hvpenic a4 modern brew, inf plants ia existence. Our Uwhjt Wing of the few in the world clipped tt great coat with glass enameled steel Storage tanks n4 an im proved pipe line for convey ing the beer abr-proof from the benncticallr scales aging vati to the bottle. If vrra want the best order Stoss Bus. limit I. ft IB a A a I m&r&mZZZme tvoiy Woman ulaterostcd and ahould know aa.et. r. '""I" " won.lerflll MAJtUL whirling Spray Iwa mH A.rftra. l.tet sef cat- Jloet Convenient. . . ieeaWt fbee If he fanmrt auitt.lv the. ae ae w.m atwjjt Bo ouwr. imii aena .lamp for Illiiairaie4 bone etW Tt five. en iw.iowiev anu .iireviiona lu ealuaUl. to la.i ee, NtKIII. f a m. ue st.. atv ukT ror Sal by SHERMAN at MMliNNELL DRUO CO. ' 1Mb. and Dodge St. ColtJsGurcd QUICKLY aBroBue-Lt (oonuilne BO tilnlnvl breaks up coma ia i hcatd la a few hours- leaves ita ruul at ir- rr.wia like J'Huua Preparations. Intel Him iirb .(..! eaf el-mfc a hrte tet.t-emni en..- . utt Ak fur the Orange Colored Hoi and see inat trie tub4 reads ranoi.io-.LATr LaabVeOsTTAJKS NO OUINlMEaV V ' Mm iwiiiTiiftiniaie'inl wV. a. WPT' ( areawMSjrli. V t I X'Ti a a. 4B ..J. DRAWING LINE ON MILEAGE Ho More Vouchers to Be BieTied by Bccrettvry of Bute and Auditor. OFFICIALS TO PAY FARE ANO TAKL RECEIPT Statement Is Made Sosae Officials Hit Bcra lalns tk Mlleaar ta Travel aa Private Business. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Feb. 19 (8pclal.) Voucher for mileage book, fllpd by state offlcers, will no more be sig-ned by Secretary of State Oaiufha or allowed by Deputy State Auditor Cook. This because Mr. Oalusba asserts he has evidence In his possession that two at least of the state offlcers have used mllr-age bought by the state for pri vate purposes. Yesterday a voucher was filed by Land Commissioner Eaton for mlfcaa-e books for himself and deputy and the secretary of state refused to sign. After a consultation with the deputy audi tor the latter concluded to refuse to Issue any more warrants to pay for mlleaxe books. Hereafter the state officer will have to pay his railroad fare and take a receipt from the ticket agnU Then If his trans portation shows that he has gone to a town In which there Is a state institution the officer will stand a good chance to get his money back, but if the ticket reads to some place where the officer would hardly go on state business the money will remain in the treasury. After the republican state convention the state offlcers returned their passes svnd then bought mileage books. The vouchers were filed with the auditor and the war rants were Issued. Mr. Galusha says he has evidence that some of the offlcers were using their books to travel on private busi ness and therefore he will refuse in the future to sign any voucher for mileage books. Treasurer Mortensen pays his fare when going on state business and turns into the auditor his receipt. When travel ing on private business the treasurer rides on a mileage book which the state dues not furnish. Divorce Case Appealed. William H. Judklns of Custer county has appealed to the supreme court from the decision of the iower court, which refused to grant him a divorce. Mrs. Judkins filed th suit In th loner court and Judkln filed a cross bill. She alleged he was rather low about coming across with the neces sary funds, and he alleged she was too full of peculiar Ideas to suit htm. One of her Ideas which she desired to carry out was for the two to be married In name only, as It agreed, she said, with literature she bad been given by a religious sect whose services she attended. Harder Case Geee l'p. Wlnfleld 8. Haddlz of Custer county has appealed to the supreme court from the decision of the lower court,' which con victed him of murder. Haddlx was con vlcted of murder of Melvin Butler. The fight between the two occurred near a (ate on the farm of the defendant. Haddls ob jected to Butler crossing his farm and the two quarrelled and both used guns. Supreme Conrt Meets Teday. The supreme court will meet tomorrow, the judges and commissioners having ar rived this afternoon for consultation pre vious to the opening- of court. One of the Important cases which was to have oome up ia that brought by the state to eject the Boyd county settlers from school lands which the state has leased to other parties, has been discontinued. The attorney for the settlers demanded a jury trial, and after filing that motion thla morning- they asked for a continuance. Th attorney general agreed to th continuance pro viding the jury was waived. This was agreed ta It is possible at this session of the court the decision in the case Involving the validity of the tax on fraternal reserve funds will be handed down. The Stale Board of Assessment has been considerably delayed in sending out instructions to the county assessors because this matter has been tied up In the courts. Guard Offlcers' School. Everything Is in readiness for the offlcers school of instruction, .which begin tomor row morning in representative hall. Cap tain Cronln. who will have charge of the school, reached Lincoln last night. During the week there will be a number of inter esting papers by army offlcers, including Captain Worklser of the university. Lieu tenant Whelan of the Thirtieth infantry and Major Blrkner. Saturday Captain Davis of the adjutant general' office tried out the new gun bought by the state for distribution. These guns are so made that a- twenty-two calibre barrel can be substituted for the thirty-two calibre for target practice, the stock being of the regular army pattern. The captain, who la one of the best rifle shot In the state, plucked the bull' eye In twenty-five targets at a distance of fifty yards, and he didn't have a good light either. The school of Instruction began In repre entatlve hall tonight with sixty officer present. Governor Mickey delivered th The Best Guaranty of Merit Is Open Publicity. Every bottle of Dr. Pierce' world famed medicines leaving the great labo ratory at Buffalo, N. ., ba printed npon It wrapper all the tntrredienu ntrrlng Into Its composition. This fae alone places Dr. I'inrce' Family Medi cine in u clont all by 0cineltt. They . cannot be classod with patent or secret -medicine because they are neither. This I why so many unprejudiced physician, prescribe them and recommeud them to their patients. Thev know what thev re composed of, and that the ingredlnnu re tnoee endorsed oj the most eminent D3(1ical author) i !ei. . The further fact that neither Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, the treat stomach tonic, liver invig-orator, be art regulator and blood purifier, nor his Favorite I'rescri ption for weak, over worked, broken-down, nervous women, contains any alcohol, also entitles them to a place all by themreivee. Many years ago. Dr. Pierre dlavovered that chemically pure glycerine, of proper strength, is a better solvent and preserv ative of the medicinal principles resid ing In our Indigenous, or nstlve. medi cinal ll an U than is alcohol: and. further- mote, that it poKaessMw valuable medicinal - properties of its own. being demulcent, nutritive, antiseptic, and a most efficient ntifexment. , . Neither of the above medicines con tain alcohol, or auv harmful, habit forming drag, as will be seen from a glauce at the formula printed on each bottle wrapper. They are safe to use and pou-nt to cure. Not only do phvslcians prescribe th above, noii-ecret medicines largely, but the most Intelligent people employ them people who would not think of using the ordinary patent, or secret medicine. Every Ingredient entering Into the com- rofclilon of Dr. Pierre's medicines bag he strongest kind of a a endorsement from leading medical writers of th several schools of practice. Ko other medicine put op for like purpose has any such proeaaional endorsement. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets curs con- , tlpatlon. Constipation Is the cause of snsuy diseases. Cure the cause and yen curu tue utsease. uiw -reiiet-1 g gentle laxative, and two a mild cathartic. Dmg t'.su sell them, and nothing I "last as twd. Easy to tak a candy. . welcome address In whlrh he complimented the offlcers on the Improvement In the guard during the last three year and urged continued Improvement and prog res. Captain Cronln, Twenty-fifth Infantry, U. S. A-, the Instructor, who occupied th same position last year, announced briefly that the topic for the offlcers tomorrow will be Administration." Adjutant General Culver, who presided, outlined the work to be done in the school and pointed out what he considered the week point of the guard. The general announced him self opposed to civic organisations in the guard and &d these organisations usually made trouble. While he did not openly oppoA the reorganisation of the National Guard association, he was by no means tn favor of It, leaving the matter erftlrely to the sruard. The session tomorrow will begin at o'clock and each evening a lecture will be given. Secretary Galashsv Recovers. Secretary of State Galusha, who ha been sick for the last week, was able to be at hi office this morning. Though looking rather the worse for hi spell be 1 now feeling much better and expects to be all right within a few days. Miss Mouser of the secretary' office, who ha also been ick, 1 now recovered. State PrlntlaaT Awarded. The State Printing board this afternoon let the contract for printing 1,000 cople of supreme court reports, volume 69 to 74 Inclusive, to the State Journal company for $1.62 a page; 2,000 copies of the dairy men' report, to J. L. Howard of Lincoln at 11.60 a page; and 200 Insurance sum maries to J. 8. Clatlln of University Place at $1.70 a page. Clerk Lladaay Retaras. H. C. Lindsay, clerk of the supreme court. and Mrs. Lindsay, returned this morning from a ten da.s' visit to New Orleans and other points In the south. Mr. Lindsay reports a most delightful trip and came back feeling much better than when h left- Guy Whures. a cripple and deformed lad from Blooming-ton, died at the Orthopedic hospital this morning following an opera tion. The little fellow had been crippled from birth and the knife was resorted to In the hopes of saving hi life and remedy ing hi defects. He was burled In the lot owned by the home for the friendless. a LI DDE, LIEI TESAJIT GOVERNOR Llucola Mast Defines Poaltloat oa Peadlng laaues. KEARNEY. Neb., Feb. :.). (Speclal.)- When Dr. Ludden was In this city a few day ago he was questioned In regard to the matter of being a republican candidate for lieutenant governor. He stated he was willing to serve hi party and state in the office mentioned, provided the honor should be conferred upon him. Dr. Ludden re marked that tt was no more than, natural that members of the party should desire to know the views of men who might come before the convention as candidates for places upon the ticket, and he was per fectly willing to state his position. Asked as to his position on the question of railway taxation Dr. Ludden stated that he believed In treating the big and little taxpayers alike. A man worth 1G00 should psy no greater proportion of the expense of government than a corporation worth K.OOO.OOO. In the past, both big and little taxpayers have shirked to a certain ex tent, as was shown by the working of the new revenue law. All should be made to pay on the same basis. As to rate regulation Dr. Ludden stated that the greatest difficulty In this direc tion was the rebate system. He believed that a stringent law should be enacted making It a crime to either give or re ceive a rebate. At the present time the shipper who takes the rebate can hold a club over the head of the transportation company, and If he Is big enough he can secure most anything he want. Eliminate the rebate and the rate question would settle itself. Dr. Ludden stAted that in his opinion every candidate who came before the peo ple next fall would be compelled to stute his position plainly and unequivocally. All would be pledged before they were nomi nated. CITS OFF EAR OF LAIXDKYMAM Chlaamaa Mutilated by Customer Who Lost Ticket. HASTINGS. Neb., Feb. l.-(8pecial.)-An unidentified man entered the laundry of Hop Lee about 11:30 Saturday night and, without any apparent cause, attacked the proprietor, cutting off one ear and badly mutilating his face. He was found lying Insensible in a pool of blood by Lloyd Fink about midnight. The Chinaman is con scious today, but the attending physiclun entertains some fear that he may not re cover. The stranger asked for a package of linen. Vpon being asked lor his receipts he became indignant and at once assaulted the laundryman. Hop Lee aald today that he knew the man, but he refused to give the name to the polio and said that he would enter no complaint. Farmer to Fiajht Treat. TOR.K. Neb.. Feb. 1. (Special.) York county farmers are awakening to the fact that nearly every farm Implement or ma chinery Is In the trust, and there I con siderable, agitation among the farmers In York county to form an association and boycott all manufactured farm machinery that Is sold by the trust. The plan pro posed Is to effect an organization of York oounty farmers who will plaoe there or ders with Independent companies as far as they can and - to place orders either through the local firms or through a paid secretary. If the members of the organi sation find that they will need 100 wagons for the year 1M they will place an order for 100 wagons, thereby getting the wagons at the lowest price. Farmers claim that unless they organize that the trust will continue to grow and soon nothing ran be purchased unless from the trust, and that the time to act is now. York County' Republicans Awake. YORK. Neb.. Feb. 19. (Special.) Candi date for the leKlslature from York county will have to be men of ability with good record and men who will not aocept passes. York county will send men who will act In the best Interests of the state and county. One of the leading local re publican paper announce that no candi date will have it support if he Is known to have a pass or will accept a railroad pass. It looks as If the republican conven tion will exact many pledge from the oandldatea and that York county will have representatives in tb legislature who will not be under railroad or corporation in fluence, but will look after the interests of their constituent and at th same Urn will give the railroads a squar deal. Toeumaeh Willi Better Llskts. TECL'MSEJI. Neb., Feb. 19. (Special Tel egram.) At a special meeting of the Com mercial club this evening a motion pre vailed unanimously asking th city council to submit a proposition at the coming mu nicipal election for th Issuing of bonds in the sum of 9.&u0 for the Installation of a new electric lighting plant tn Tecumseh. The present plant, which is the property of the cfty. Is entirely Inadequate and out of date. It I proposed to put in a plant that will cost tllfluO, the city council being able to provide the difference from other aourcaa, A nioUwe) also prevailed a king 1 m the council to mske an example of some party able to stand the expense who re fuse to build proper sidewalks. Sew of Nebraska. YORK The Commercial club has decided to move to new quarters and will enter into a contract with Cnmplw-11 Bros, of Omaha, who own the Auditorium. YORK York will have a lodge of Elks. A charter membership of seventy-two have signed for membership and more will Join. An organisation will be effected In about ten days. ALBION District court convenes tomor row, with Judge Paul presiding. The docket is not a heavy one, but may be materially enlarged by esses furnished by the grand Jury. ALBION .Yesterday the mercury reached 60 degrees and today Is very much like spring. Most of the snnw has disappeared. The recent snow and rain will leave the ground In fine condition. FAIRMONT The Rebecca lodge of this city was visited by the Sutton lodge to the number of thirty. Including its team, which Initiated ten new members, for the local lodR. after which a banquet was spread and a good time had. ALBION The union revival services now being conducted by Messrs. Lyon and Pat terson in the opera house are well at tended and considerable Interest Is mani fested. The meetings will continue for about three weeks longer. TEKAMAH The authorities this morn ing closed the churches and schools for a few days on account of diphtheria. There are only four or live cases, but the Board of Health thought It best to take this pre caution and try and stamp it out at once. BEEMER A successful series of revival meetings in the Methodist church here closed Sunday night. During the last seven weeks Rev. Mr. Goodell, pastor of the church, has preached titty-one consecutive sermons, besides conducting thirty-seven special afternoon meetings. TEKAMAH Word was received here yes terday announcing the death of Captain 8. T. Learning of Decatur. Neb. Mr. Learning was on his way to Oregon and died on the train at Shoshone, Idaho. The body will be brought home for burial. The deceased was a member of Tekamuh lodge No. 31. Ancient Free and Accepted Masons. OSCEOIA The farmers' institute and corn show began Monday morning and with the beautiful weather and good roads It will be a success from start to finish. Leading agriculturists are here from Lin coln. Clay Center and other parts of the state, and there is the finest display of com that has ever been exhibited in Polk county. FREMONT Th city council held a pe dal meeting thl morning and voted to ap prove the plans for the extension of the water system Into Northslde addition. The broad street rrwln will be extended two blocks to Seventeenth street. A main mill be put in on Eighteenth street, with branches running on several of the north and south streets. THE EASY OIL. Scott's Emulsion is "the easy oil "easy to take, easy in action. Its use insures deliverance, from the griping and nau seating sensation peculiar to the raw oil. Nobody who has any regard for the stomach thinks of taking cod liver oil in the old way when Scott's Emulsion is to be had. It is equally certain that no one whose health is properly regarded will accept a cheap emulsion or alcoholic substitute for Scott's Emulsion. It fulfills every mission of cod liver oil and more. KOTT & M Wa, e rarl Street, w York Be it known that we, the undersigned, citizens of the .Great Republic of Bohemia, do hereby solemnly declare, ourselves ITn IRevolt Against the outrageous state of our interior. And furthermore resolve that we will arm ourselves with RED RAVEN The famous aperient water that restores the gay dwellers of our beloved Republic of Bohemia to a calm and peaceful existence. Wherefore, we have hereunto set our hands and seals, and shall use and recommend Red Raven now and forevermore. (IMAM )&rrtAlHMj AUdJb 7 1 J D . RED RAVEN is a refreshing dinners or conviviality. Banishes natural way. PACKERS SUMMON DURAND ...... - Special Agent Who Examined Their Books Placed on the Stand. ALL OF GARFIELD REPORT NOT PUBLISHED He la Kot Sure that Department of Justice laed Information Com piled from Packers' Record. CHICAGO. Feb. 19. Attorneys for the packers sprung something of a surprise today when they summoned to the witness stand Special Agent Durand, who .con ducted the investigation of the packing industry In Chicago and other cities. Ho waa on the stand when court adjourned for the day. The tfuestlons put to him by the attorney for the packer covered the manner tn which the packer had surrend ered their books for his inspection and the nature of the Information secured. An effort waa made to show by the witness that information other than that published in the report of Commissioner Garfield had been given by the commissioner or hlf subordinate to th Department of Justice. Mr. Durand admitted that some paper and tables that were not comprehended In the report of the commissioner had been In spected by Assistant Attorney General Pagln. He was not able to tell, however, whether the information which the assist ant attorney general had seen waa taken from the packer. Mr. Durand will resume th stand In the morning;. Dlsvck and Red List. Arthur Meeker, general superintendent of Armour & Co., was the first witness In the packers' case today. Hi examination waa In relation to the list known as the "black and red" lists of cost in beef pack ing, tt being the theory of the government that the two lists were entirely different thing. Superintendent Pierce of Armour & Co. waa also a wltnesa regarding the same matters. E. D. Durand, special statistician for the Department of Commerce and Labor, was made a witness today for the packers, a subpoena having been served on him at thes Instance of Attorney Miller, counsel for Armour Sc Co, The preilrhlnary question by Mr. Miller related to the duties ordinarily filled by Mr. Durand, his connection with the In vestigation of the beef Inquiry under Com- 1 mlnaloner of Corporations Garfield. Mr. Durand was asked by Attorney Miller if the Department of Justice had seen any part of the report of Commissioner Garfield which had not been published. He replied that Assistant Attorney General Pagin had seen certain tables and paper which wer not Included tn the report, but supple mented his statement by saying that those particular tables were not examined by Mr. Pagln in Durand' presence. "What became of the material?" "I believe that Mr. Pagln took soma of It, but I do not know whether It was any of the information taken from the packer." Other Information, from Government. Attorney Miller asked Mr. Durand If he bad ever prepared any Information for th government other than that received from the packer. He replied that some such in formation waa prepared from other sources than the packers, but that he did not have anything to do with Its preparation. 'What was the Information?" "Statements of butchers and interviews with employe of the packer." "Wer not some of these men customer of the packers." "Certainly they were." "Wer not the names obtained from the books of the branch houses of the pack ers ?" 'No." . "Did some of jour stents xaiuln aoin Covtm, otfWW ft . J s . A An S J' ' f pit si 0 (t 0V cr, SjfoaJtl t aperient water, after an evening of heavy headaches and dull care, in a perfectly utmunitutttumim of the book at some of the branch houses?" "Yes, J believe that Mr. Hunter, one of eur agents, did go Into soma of th branch house." Commissioner Garfield arrived In the city to attend the trial. He probably will re main here for several day. Always Keep Chamberlain' Cough Remedy In HI House. "We would not be without Chamberlain' Cough Remedy. It I 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 It ha become settled tn the system. Business Men Victimised. PIERRE, 8. D., Feb. 19.-(Speclal Tele gram.) Business men of this city and Fort Pierre were victimised to the extent of several hundred dollars by checks drawn on the bank of Presho. signed by Ed O'Keefe. It Is learned that O'Keefo had no deposit In that bank and he ha been arrested and given a hearing at DOCTORS FOR THE MEN'S TRUE SPECIALISTS Come to our office and we will make a thourough, saching and clntlfle EXAMINATION of your allmenta FRED OF CHARGE. An examination that will disclose your true physical condition, without a knowledge of which you are groping In the dark nd without a thorough understanding of which no physician or specialist should be allowed to treat you. If -you have taken treat ment without success we will show you why It failed. W want all ailing men to feel that they can com to our office freely for examination and explanation of their condition without being bound by any obligation to tak treatment tin-, lea they so desire. Every man. whttlier taking treatment or contemplating, same, ahould take advantage of thl opportunity to learn hi true condition,! aa w will advise him how to best regain his health and strength and preserve, the powers of manhood unto ripe old age. ' We are helping weak, nervous, bioken-down young and mlddJ-gd men( baca to ruday r.eaitn, invanaDiy witnout interfering witn tneir uauai Dusrriase ursults. They com to u weakened laesses and secret weaknesses. Many tired, lanauld. full of rearat perhaps and Indiscretions. Some are on the brink of nervous exhaustion, caused by worv, overwork, neglect of th human ytm, dissipation, etc. We wish that you could see them change after commencing treatment with us. Every day their condition Improves. You can see the depression vanisii and a new alertness in their face and bearing a th new red blood of health course through their vein and they ar Infllterated with new vitality, new hop and new energy. They go away feallag all new-strong physically, ment ally and sexually. We Cure Safely aad Tboroa,rlil v I Stricture, Varicocele. Emission, Nervo-Sexual Debility, Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal, ' Kidney and Urinary Diseases and all disease and weaknesses of ana due to inheritance, evil babtts, self abuse, excessee or the result of epeetflc or private disease. We make no misleading statement, deceptive or unbu!iealik propositions to the? afflicted, neither do we promise to core them La a few days, nor offer cheap, worthJee treatment la order to secure their patronage. Honest doctors of recognlxexl ability do not resort to stch methods. We guarantee a perfect, safe and lasting cure la the quickest possible tlnie, without leaving Injurious arterr-eflerts la the system, and -at the lowest root possible for honest, skillful and successful treatment. rorr eoaeetteMoi, If Lt .) gaaaetaatrs) Of yon Ac Hours STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE 1SOS Farxuua 8r Between ISth and 14th Btau, OMAHA, KEB. .vVV, Vali Fort Pierre and locked up In jail tn this city for failure to furnish bond of SG00. II say that th paper will be taken up. DISBELIEVE VOLCANO STORY Colorado People Think n Coal Fire Cauae amok from Mount ( Sutton. HOT SULPHUR SPRINGS, Colo.. Feb. It. Little credence la given her to report that Mount 8utton ha become an' active volcano, and no alarm is felt over the fire on the mountain side. When the flames were first seen Marshal 8. McQueery, Sheriff Solomon Jones and J. E. Brown, editor of a local paper, made an Investiga tion and reported that they had found fir issuing from a crevice in the rocks. The people of Hot Sulphur Springs are inclined to the belief that it Is a coat fire. For several month men have been prospecting; for coal tn that region, and It ta believed that they have discovered a deposit and in an effort to test Ita quality set It on fire. Thl theory I supported by the fact that since the heavy snowfall last night the fire i scarcely visible from here. and dohllltated from speciao or private are discouraged, depressed, nervosa. for the ermrs of youth or later excesses eaanot eaU writ for symptom blank. 4 a. m. te p. m. Sunday. IS to 1 only.