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T11F. OM.UTA DATLV HEE: TTESPAV, MATCH? fi. lDOfi.
YATES SAYS NO; ROOT YES
Boyereien Clerk of Woodmen 8ayi Rcmoral
Will Be Decided Wednesday.
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL TO MEET THEN
VanmiHtr Take I'nalflna Rafter la
Settled latee aa nt Vet,
bat Transfer Mill fin
"We hav not yet ilrrldid to Irate Omaha
for the simple rvon that our executive
council does not meet to take final action
on the matter until Wednesday. At that
meeting we Khali dddc and It la my opin
ion the sovevlKn hoado,irtir of the
Woodmen of tha World will be transferred
from Omaha nnd Nebraska to another city
Tlila Mtatemenl was made to The live Inst
night l.y J. T. Yati. soveMiin vlvik of the
Mr. Valid wild not nil tin- nn'iulieia of the
i aecntlvv coiiikII who urv to nvttl tin' mat
ter of moving or staying- In Nihraska hud
yet arrived, lint that they would In- here ly
"It (s certain, then, no final dwlslon has
born reached an yet?" he was naked.
"Oh, no, not yet; that Is a matter which
no one pen10", can decide. It requires the
action of the council, hut I think there Is
little doubt of Its action." he replied.
"We have finally decided to move to an
other state. Our executive council meets
Wednesday, when It will decide where we
This was the statement last nlttlit of J.
C. Hoot, sovereign commander and founder
of the order, to The I lee. Mr. Hoot's office
lorecasted such action Saturday when in
formation was given to The Hec that the
executive council would meet Wednesday
and decide, as' Mr. Yates said last ttlBht. on
the matter of moving.
ftrlevanee la State Tas.
As Is generally known the Woodmen's
grievance is the linxHltion of the tax on
their reserve fund In Nebraska, entailing
an annual expense to them of J75.W. The
matter Is now before the supreme court.
Thi! supreme court commission has reached
a decision, but has not yet announced It,
and the court asked Hint the ruling and
the cuse be passed up to it for another re
view. "Will you not wait for the ruling of the
upreme court?" was asked Mr. Root.
"No, we have advance Information as to
what that decision will lie." he replied.
"Suppose It Is favorabule. will that in
fluence your action?"
"But It won't be favorably."
"Several cities are, after us." continued
Mr. Hoot. "Fort Worth and Dallas, Tex.,
both offer big Inducements, chief of which
Is the guarantee that no such lax will be
Imposed on our reserve, fund as Is Imposed
In Nebraska. Waterloo, Cedar Rapids and
Duhuque, la., are anxious to secure the
headquarters and will have delegates at
our meeting Wednesday. '
"Will Chicago or Detroit be strong can
didates?" "Neither city is making any special ef
fort." "No, sir, we are going to get out of here;
if we stay until April we will be subject to
another $T5,00o tax and we don't propono
to do that. We hate to leave Omaha and
Nebraska, but we can't stand tho pressure
when other states are so anxious to get
us and not tax us to death. We will bo
out of here, pack and package, within two
or. three weeks."
Texas. It Is understood, haa KH.t.W Wood
men, while Nebraska ha K.Oon. so it hns
reeii. the opinion for a long time, evci
since. In fact, the talk of moving caim.
up, that Texas would get the lieiu1.iiii-iT;
if any other state than Nebraska did.
What of the Women f
Tile Woodmen circle, the Woman a
auxiliary of the Woodmen of the World,
1 1 I k. b
I trim. jsp T-ms. 1 t. 'j.- Vji i Zifi
'; . -
. ) n fife? a. as..
. i - xo j:k
.1 as maj us a a j Liiiv-
bin" is the best thing that can be
said ci a hat.
There is no weak point in a
McKibbin color, trimmings,
felt are all the best. Styles "up-to"
the-minute soft, stiff and in all
the standard ot
hat Value -
Sold by best and most reliable dealers
ii ',,-9 rr..va. ;
V'tf IV, J !
v i mm wt . 'm r w
has just paid ISn.WO in cash for the south
west corner of Eighteenth and Karnum
streets as a building site for Its new head
quarters and outlined the building. This
deal was begun and closed long after the
controversy over the taxes arose. Iast
summer at Chattanooga, where the . two
orders met in Joint council, both shared
in the same resolution then adopted to
move if the state tax In Nebraska was not
remitted.' Mrs. Kinma H. Manchesterhead
of the circle, distinctly nnnoitnerd the sym
pathy of her auxiliary with the brother
order. Mrs. Manchester In out of the city
and could not be Interviewed yesterday.
Mr. Koot and Mr. Yates, when asked If the
Woodmen circle would follow the Wood
"1 can't speak for them."
SUTTON PREDICTS MANDAMUS
Wants to Consult Colleagues on Se
Initn Case, tint Thinks Mr
Will l.sne Writ.
Kviilences that the lid was not down very
tight In some places Sunday was offered In
the hearing of the Fire and Folic board
mandamus case i,t 5 o'clock Monday after
noon before Judge Sutton. The testimony
was given by Harry llolton. who nald he
was employed Sunday by Elmer E. Thomas
of the Civic Federation to find out what
saloons were violating the law. Mr. llolton
tesiliiod he had bought either whisky or
beer at the following places:
Adolph Urandch, Twelfth and Doimlas
Henry C. Rann. 150:! Webster street.
Clinton M. Fields. Windsor hotel. Tenth
and Jackson streets.
Frank Skrupn, 201 South Ninth street.
Mr. Thomas stated the evidence showed
the agreement he had made with F. H.
Gained for the saloonkeepers that he would
not Insist on the revocation of the licenses
If the saloon men would promise to ofr
serve th! law, had been violated, nnd he
asked the court to revoke the licenses i ;'
the four saloon men named.
Judge Sutton questioned whether It would
be proper for liim lo allow his writs to Im
used for the purpose of driving an agree
ment mode out of court, but he said be
would reserve a ruling oil the quest ion until
Tuesday evening at 5 o'clock, life' stated he
would like to consult his colleagues, us It
vas a matter which concerned all of the
iuilg't,. He said he thought there wus no
loiibt but he would issue the mandamus,
if he had previously announced he would,
to compel the board to certify up the roc
olds In the cast s.
VINTON SCHOOL WAITS AGAIN
Rice Unable to Induce School Board to
Adopt the Flans.
PHILUPPI ASKS TIME TO INVESTIGATE
Matter !tscuset ni Mome l.euatli and
Then Ijitd Over o Irralt the
I'resenee of a Fnll
Member Rice again failed to have his
resolution instructing the building and
property committee to secure an archlUct
to draw plans Immediately for a new school
building on the Vinton site, at the Hoard of
Education meeting last night. At the re
quest of Member Detwller the resolution
had been laid over from the previous meet
ing. He and four other members were ab
sent from last nlyht's meeting and It was
argued that the full board should be pn svnt
in deciding the matter. '
Mr. Hlce urged immediate action, saying
that the Vinton district baiily need a new
SPORTS OF A DAY.
FOOT H I.I, (OUTHKMU FHIIJA V
('resident AttKell tails Meeting;
follrara mt I hlcnsro.
CHICAGO. .March 5.-lrcsl,lent Jsnies H.
Angell o toe (.'Diversity of Michigan today
called another meeting of the conferemw
'iilleges in take tinal action on the foot
ball reform adopted at a meeting In Chi
cago two mouths nsro. Representatives of
the schools will gather here Friday morn
ing to iHke action In the matter.
Among the questions to be derided are
the acceptance or repudiation of the play
ing ruJ' s as framed at reeent meetings of
the amalgamated rules committee; theem
pliymenl of professional coaches, which
has lieeome a disupted point since Michi
gan decided that its contract with Coach
Yost will have to be lived up to and In
diana ilei-idid to keep Coach Sheldon; the
interpretation of the throe-year rule and
the retention of the training table.
TKWV" !P.ITII It KM I. T OF FAKK
Neither rnglllst Kxanilned lit Physi
cian Ilefore the Fight.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 6. -The I'.ul
letln says:' Harry Tenny's tragic death,
after his battle with FTankie Neil, was
the t'l'Miilt f,f a - I.nl.l fnkn Th.. efttiiku
school house and that numbers of children I pugilist 'was not In any condition tn'flght.
have to attend other school owing to pus
ent crowded conditions. He said the ques.
tlon us to whether a bouse of sixteen looms
or one smaller should be erected, was, open
to discussion, but he thought the eixe pro
posed none to large In anticipation of a
rapidly growing population.
Mr. Phllllppi said he thought It would be
many years before a sixteen room struc
ture would be needed. He wanted further
time to Inquire Into the matter and on his
motion the resolution went over until thu
Architect MrtUes Application.
Frederick W. Clarke submitted a written
application for the architectural contract
for the new building.
A. Tulp resigned as janitor of the Long
school, effective March 15 and James Cathru,
formerly Janitor at the Train and Mon
mouth I'ark schools, was elected us his
Thanks for the new increased wage sial
for grade und kindergarten teachers were
expressed in a somewhat quulitied manner
In a note signed "committee." The com
munication t-tutcd that the touchers appre
ciated the concessions granted with tcfer
ence to leaves of absence In cases of sick
ness and bereavement and for the Increusea
in salary to a "majority." but "trusted
that the continued growth and prosperity
of the city might. In the near future, justify
the board In providing for further compensation."
He was not examined by a physician. The
mysterious Dr. Iay is only a myth.
These facts were 'exposed this' afternoon
by Frankle Nell and his second. John
Fruyne, both of whom declared they saw
no phvslclun prior to the tight, nnd that
Nell was not examined, In accordance with
Criminal prosecutions may result. The
police are holding 'the alleged certificate
of "Dr. Day" as evidence,.
TWO FIRST" FOR SOITH DAKOTA
American Rhodes Scholars Make Fine
XhonbiK at. Oxford ports.
OXFORD. England. March 6. American
Rhodes scholars captured three firsts and
one second In the Oxford Held sports today.
In the high Jump 1. M. Young of South
Dakota won tlrst, making fi feet fl Inches.
Young was first, also. In the broad Jump,
clearing 'J2 feet. Warren E. Schuett of Cor
nell university was first In the mile run.
Time: 4:K'V Alber t M. Stevens of Wil
liamsburg, Conn., took second place in tho
hummer throwing contest.
JACK HOVI.F. MANAGE tlF.g MOINES
Old Time Rlgy l.rmner to Lead the
DES MOINES, March 5.-lSpeclal Tele
gram.) Jack Doyle, formerly with St.
Louis. New York and Washington, as first
baseman, will be manager of the Dcs
Moines team of this year.
WITH THE HOAVI.EKS.
The Cuilahys won two games from the
Rlaek Kats last night, but Charley Clack's
hired men gave them one of the tointlie.t
conieMts of the -s.'ason. None of the names
A request was received from the Druid i was decided until the last frame had been
Hill Improvement club to co-operate in ef
forts to be made before the council to have
a' watchman stationed at the Holt Lino
crossing on Spaulding stivet for the pro
tection of school children.
A resolution was adopted by the board Hoilg. s
asking the council to have tt cross wulk J Gi itliths ..
built on Spaulding direct on the west side
of Thirtieth, also for the benefit of school
The confidence of the public is
the final proof of merit.
Has stood the test
It is old and pure
CHAS. DENNEHY & COMPANY,
CRIMINAL DOCKET IS FULL
Several Important Case Are Heady
for Trial In the District
It was the Intention of County Attorney
Slabaugh to begin the trial of J. B. Adkiufi.
charged with a statutory offense nguim-t
a 15-year-old girl, as soon as the case
against Eva Williams Is Mulshed in din
trlct court, but owing tt complications
arising yesterday, the trial was postponed
Instead, either the case against Peter Jew
ell, chargi d with burglary from the room
of Juliu.-. Lund, or one of the four cased
against Michael Ford probably will be
culled up. Lund, tile complaining witness
against Jewell, ulso is complaining witness
In the case against Eva Williams, which
has Just gone to the Jury.
Ford Is imp'.. ca ted. with James Mailer
and Morrissey. In several holdups nnd ml
assault with Intent to rob. The crimes he
is charged with were committed in 8oui.lt
Omaha, and excited considerate public m
' torcsl at the time. If these cases un
i cleared up this week, .the trial of J. A.
Reynolds, chui ged with burglary, may be
heard. It is the intention to. keep the way
rolled and the third looked decidedly blue
for the packer up to the very finish.
Chandler was the best man of the bunch
with a total of and Ilaldwin took the
high single game with 2:!4. Scores:
1st. :'d. ;td. Total.
...I'm i:ti is-.' ;j
ir.T no .-.us
Williams bin K 1S1 ,M7
Coihran in? 1711 llW ,M7
Conrad 1ST lmi I: :"13
Totals WW a (")
1st. M. 3d. Total.
Chandler. ..1D1 17!" lHfi tM
Chateluln v....-...1:i; IMt It:. 4::w
Sheldon' ...W 170 17S .117
Mailman ,1M 178 171 :C,2
Uuldwin ,;....,. 234, 152 ,'wl
Totals 1 S74 UK' 832 2.V.'3
The champions, the Ufe Malts, lost two
out of three ts-imcs To their closest com
petitors, the io4d Top. Inst night on Lenta
A- Williams' alleys, these two teams closing
their schedule for. lytS In the Commercial
, GOD TOPS.
. 1 tst - 2il. 3d. Total.
Primeau ...... .h'.2
Totals ." SS5 S'.S 827
, 1st. 2d. 3d. Total.
M6 Kit 2.572
I'niverslty of Illinois students are ' re
joicing over the coming of Archie Halm,
the crack I'niverslty of Michigan track
athlete, us track teacher.
The tuials in lh". suuasn ball tournament
clear for the O Heam murder case, which 'or rebruarv. whlc.i were postponed be-
f.-... M..lr.,- .,,nl I. . .. lejiiij If -Ml. n mini),
nva . ' . ... . ..... j ,,,u ,, , d . . . "II. II.
followed by the trials of O'llcurn's al
leged accomplices Leo Angus, Joe . War
(ten and ' Hay Nelson all of .whom are
charged with murder in the first degree.
SESSION ON i GRAIN RATES
Conference of Commercial ( Inh Trans
portation C ommitter to Discuss
I The transportation committee of the Com
mercial club met Monday afternoon to dis
cuss the grievance of the club against the
Milwaukee nnd the Northwestern in the
matter of rates to South Dukota, points.
While no member of the committee will
muke a statement on the subject, it Is gen
erally understood among business men
that Vice President lllland of the Mil
waukee, at the conference with the commit
tee at the Omaha club last week, made,
some promises of changes In the rates to
suit Omahu shippers. To dUcttsa the ade
quacy of these promises is said to liavo
been the reason for the meeting Monday.
At Its close the announcement was made
thut no decision of any nature had been
; reached, and that another meeting of tho
committee would be held in the matter.
to April 7, 190ti. one way colonist tickets will be sold
from OMAHA to SAX FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES
and many other California points.
Tickeu good in Daily Tourist Slwpera. If you go to
California In one of our Tourist Sleepers you will en
joy tha trip and cave money en route.
CITV TICKKT OrHCK. ISill FAHXA.M fit.
!.. Ik I M
Announcements of the Tlicutrrs.
Lulu Ulaser Is unquestionably the ipji-cti
of light opera prima donua her popularity
having been won by sheer merit and faith
ful work. When slit) started a few years
ago In "Dolly Vardcn" some ehuHIng of
heads preccdi-d her, as if the wise were
uncertain as lo her succebs. She made such
a hit that none now question her suprcmucy.
It was her dainty, charming pcrtjunalily
thai won for her. This victory over the
public is more than riieuted in "Mlsa Dolly
Dollars." in w hich Miss Glaser and lier line
company will be seen at the Hoyd theater
played off Saturlty at the Hucquet club.
The lii I ve i. "it y of Nebraska has an
nounced its schedule for this fall on the
gridiron and Omaha is not given a date, un
less the Crelghlon game Is played here.
This game la not the kind of game Omaha
followers of the tiport would wish, and if
the management would consider Omaha a
suitable place for one of the big games
ample return would lie made In thu way of
attendance. This city, as the metropolis, is
entitled to one of the good games on the
schedule and the Uneoln management Is
overlooking a good thing when it la not
scheduled for Oman.
Washington, la., is out with the claim
for antiquity which is the record up lo
date for ancient have ball teams. A picture
of tho team Is reproduced lu the Chicago
Tribune, showing the team ns organized
in IMiti. and at a -reunion held last June
nine of the ten 'members were present.
Omaha hud a representative on the team
in .aeh T. Undsey. the rubber man. A
test game was ployed at the reunion by
these, the youngest of whom was 57 and
the oldest 72. and the old fellows won.
Only one of the old players Is a bachelor,
not one haa ever been In Jail or the poor
house. The ball at. that time was pitched
that is, cast by an uppercut, and no bird
cage was worn on the head nor padded
gloves on tho hand. Llndsey played third
A Des Moines correspondent to the Chi
cago Tribune has Omaha doped as tho best
on paper in the Western league and goes
on something like J.!s: "The paper league
has been running full blast for the last
month, and acuirding to this the Omaha
team Is llrst, with Sioux City a rlode sec
ond. Hourke has been collaring a few of
tho best of the youngsters, and If ho can
eliminate the discord in his ranks he will
finish higher than be did last year. The
adiliMoii of a half dozen youngsters to the
ranks. including Johnny Bender. haa
changed tho veteran lineup of the .)mahogs
lo u bunch of youngsters. Sioux City looks
to lie another gill edge aggregation. Car
ney has made no secret of the fact that be
was not satisfied with the work of some
of the men last year, .and during the fall
and winter more than seventy-five men
passed through bid hands. He has about
twenty left. In only one position, third
base. Is he without a star, but he has three
likely youngsters and Sheehan, the last
year occupant, to draw on. Bheehaa is re
ported lo be 'on the road to the outlaws,
hut this is doubted. Dea Moines and
Lincoln are a little slow altout
telling about the men they will have
for tha year. Loth loams will have aev-
thls evening The book la by Harrv li.
Smith and ihe music by Victor IS. Herbert r,') men ""own lo the Western on their
and the production is under the direction
of Charles 13. Dllhiigham, which guarantees
Its excellence. The engagement Includes a
matinee Wednesday afternoon and M?rform
auces on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.
Lew Fields, the really funny man of the
famous firm of Weber & Fields'. Is making
as much of a success In "It Happened In
Nordland" aa he ever did during his part
nership with Weber. Ho la coming here oil
Thursday evening for throe nights' stay at
the Hoyd theater, . bringing with him a
company of luo people, all well known In
tha musical comedy world and each one of
tbvm a feature of the show. Omaha people
are particularly Interested in tho engage
ment as May Naudain Is dinging the lead
ing soprano role. Scuta are now on sale for
the entire engagement.
"Miss Hob ha" Is proving very popular at
the Hurwood, the work of Miss 1-ang In the
title role and of Mr. Morrison as Wolf
Klngsearl, being about the best they have
done this aeason. The regular professional
matinee will be gtveu this afternoon.
roster, but tho playing ability of the ma-
lorrv is unnnown: ies aioines is wnnoui
a manager at present, but indications point
to the fact that Charles Dexter will be on
the manager's bench in the "cheese box"
this summer. The refiort is gaining ground
that Kossman. last year's tlrst baseman,
is to return to the city.'"
Cleanses and beautifies the
teeth and purines the breath,
Used by people of refinement
for over a quarter of a century.
Convenient for tourists.
BAD BREAKS ON 'CHANGE I
Hearj Liquidation from All Quarters
Causes Slump on Wall Street.
MONEY LENDERS ARE MORE CAUTIOUS
Brokers (all for Additional Margins.
While Some Holding Are Thrown
on Market, ddlng lo Down
NEW YORK, March 5.- Stocks broke
badly today on tho heavy outiourlug of
liquidation from all quarters. There wus
a well-centered bear attack on a number of
stocks which have become vulnerable by
the building up of extensive pool accounts
and manipulation In the murket. The dis
satisfaction over Ihe money outlook, the
continued withdrawal of banking reserves
and the necessity of scaling down credit
accounts to keep pace with the declining
rem rves were responsible for most of the
si Illug. The unstable conditions of stocks
developed last week ' aroused wldcsurcail
distrust, nnd was the cause for sending out
calls for large additional margins on specu
lative holdings. Failure to resin. nil to
these Induced the throwing over of some
holdings by commission houses. ThV offer
ing down of prices by the bears had the
effect of exhausting margins and uncover
ing stop loss orders. The weight uixm the
market has thua Increased.
Money Lenders Careful.
Lenders of money also exercised Increas
ing discrimination against some of the
stocks whose market position was dis
trusted when they appeared In collateral
for loans. Reading was especially weak
and fell nearly 6 points below Saturday
during the morning. Northwestern was
down it points, with Northern Pacific,
Amalgamated Copper and Sloss-Sheffleld
Steel SSi to .I. Colorado Fuel 4'4 and St.
I'aul, I'nlon Pacific, Illinois Central, Del
aware Sc Hudson, Atlantic Coast Line,
Smelting.. General Electric. Hide & leather
preferred and some others from 2 to 2.
Ihe average level In tho whole list yielding
between 1 and 1' points. The occasional
tulties In tlie market were due to hasty
profit-taking by the bears buying to cover.
The liquidation continued intermittently
In the afternoon nt :in extreme decline in
Heading of over S points and in Amalga
mated Copper. Ixiconiotlve, Northern Pu
clllc and Great Northern preferred of ov. r
4 points. Anaconda was carried down K
The determined resistance of Amalgamated
Copper nt par seemed' to mark the limits
of the decline, and there was a general
rally late in the day, when the shorts began
to cover to take profits on the day's move
ment. Tho market was quiet and showed
evidence of returning strength in the latter
pan of the day.
EAVct In llosloii.
UOHTON. March 5. The bleak in lie.
New Yoik stock market, especially in
Amalgamated Cupper und Anaconda, was
reflected in the trading on tile Boston Stock
exchange and big losses shown In the cop
per shares compared with the closing on
Saturday. North Hutle fell oft 6'4 points
lo TU and lllngham and L'nlled Copis r each
lost j. Utah eased off J, soiling at tio at
the close. United States Smelling, Kenn
ing and Mining broke iiV to ulc.
We ar the originators of ellin(f whiskey direct from distiller to con
sumer. Our success has bred many Imitators, who call themselves dis
tillers. They are simply dealers who don't distill a drop of whiskey and
have po connection with aa active distillery. For proof see list of dis
tillers In U. S. Government Reports. You'll find IIAYNER itt that list,
but you won't find any of our imitators.
Our distillery at Troy, Ohio, is one of the most modern and best
equipped in the world. We distill an average of 9,&so gallons of PURE
HAYNER WHISKEY a day, all of which Is sold direct to consumers at the
distiller's price. When you buy from us you are sure of getting l'L'RE
WHISKEY and you also save the dealers' big profits.
United States Senate, Washington, D. C.
"I hare bund Harner Whiskey exceptionally Bos for tsble and medicinal purposes."
H'st. ,lf. Stewart.
U. 8. Senator from Nevada.
FULL $0 EXPRESS
flUEl OFFER Wa will tend yon la a plain sealed case, with no
vwbb vs s B.SB m.rkt o lhow ccntenti FOUR FULL 0UART
BOTTLES ot HAYNER PRIVATE STOCK RYB or BOURBON for
13.20, and we will pay the express charges. Take It home and sample It,
have your doctor test it every bottle If yon wish. Then If yon don't And It
just as we ssy and perfectly satisfactory, ship it back to us AT OUR EX
PENSE and your $3.20 will be promptly refunded. How could any offer be
fairer. Yoo don't risk a cent
Orders for Arls., Cel., Col., Idaho. Mont,, Nev., N. Mes., Ore., Utah.,
Wssh.. or Wvo.. must be on the basis of 4 Quart for M.OO by Km.
preea l'repald or Q quarts (or al5AiO by reiht J' re paid.
Writs our nearest office and do It NOW.
THE IIAYNER DISTILLING COMPANY
St. Louis, Mo. St. Paul, Minn. Atlanta, 6a. Dayton, O.
2401 DlSTILMCRT. TEOT. O. ' ESTABLISHED IMS.
DOCTORS for EV3EN
Horribly Hnrueil t
wna C. Rlvetibark of Norfolk, Vn.. but
BiK'klen's Arnica Salve healed his burns
without a scar. Heals cuts, too. 25c. Fur !
sale by Sherman & .McConnoU Drug Co.
DEMOCRATS T0 LOVE FEAST
Fifty l.uenl Men .Ma .u to Lincoln
to Attend h liriifrsl Jubilee
Krom thirty to fifty Omaha demoi-raia
of the Bryan uluinii have promised to o
down to Lincoln Tuesday to attend the
organization dinner at the Lincoln lioti I.
Some will go on morning trains in order to
mix in the activities In the lobbies, while
the majority will wait until the aflejnooii
Gilbert M. Hitchcock Is booked to fieak
ut the dinner among others. Omaha demo
crats expect a ineelliiK of the state commit
tee In connection with the orK.mlzation
seaslon and believe that a call will be It
sued, for a aiate convention without wait
ins to trail in later thai: fie republican
state conveiit'on. The whole effort of the
meeting; will be to drive the party to the
initiative In the next campaign. The party
wloaan will be nKnhiPt railroad domination
and for equal taxation, lleorge W. Meijte
and Edgar Howard are xlated as candidates
for the state railroad commission and is
for governor. Omaha democrats are divided
.between P. K. McKIUIp and A. C. Shallrn
berger. The old Omaha Success leaguers are not
taking much Interest in the afT.iir.
THE MEN'S TRUE SPECIALISTS.
THERE are thousands of men whose minds sre weak and Impaired, and
whose bodies are unbound and decreased. They ruffer from tho follies
and exuesues of youth, which weaken their physical, mental .tid sexual
powers. They are weak, nervous. tld, dizzy, languid, despondent, absent
minded; have weak, aching back, palpitation of the heart, canraclous apppetlte
frightful dreams, a constant fear of impending dar.ger, night losers and day
drains, which unfits them for work, study, business or marriage. Others are
suffering from private diseases, ouch us Gonorrhoea, Gleet,. Stricture, Varico
cele, Knlaiged Prostata or Blood Poison (Syphilis.
Are you one of these men? Are you staggering under the burden of a
secret weakness, which Is n slow but sure drain on your strength and vitality?.
In your present condition are you fit to hold a responsible position?" fan' anv
lmdy rely on you or can you rely on yourself? Is your body almost wrecked
and your brain In a whirl? It is terrible to be In this condition, but it is still
worse to allow It to progress and become more nggravated. for it will then nil
your whole lite With failure, misery and woe. There are thousands of rulnd
and cheerless homes, filled with discontent und unhapplness. lacktntr In lov
and companionship, through the sexual weakness and physical impairment of
men whose ears do not Justify such a condition. We nave glsdrl'-ned tha
liearta of thousands of young snd middl-sgd mn whoi irera plmirrliig to-'
ward tho grave, restoring them to perfect specimens of physical manhood,
full ot vim, vigor and vitality.
We Cure Safely and Thoroughly
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexual Debility.
Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal,
Kidney and Urinary Diseases
and all diseases and weaknesses of men due to Inheritance, svll habits, aa
cesHes. self-abuse or the result of specific or private diseases.
We make no misleading statements, deeeptlTe or anbasineaa-llke
propositions to the afflicted, neither do m promise to rare them In a
fere days nor offer pheap, worthless treatment In order tn secure
their patronaae. Honest doctors of recognised abllltj do not resort
to such methods. We sjaaraatee a perfect, safe and lasting rnre la
the quickest possible time, rrlthoot leaving Injorlons after effects la
the system, and at the lowest cost possible for honest, skillful and
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