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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: THURSDAY. APRIL-
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the age, the purity and theflavor
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CHAS. DENNEHY & COMPANY,
AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA
Council Vote to Purchase th C'Seil BiU
for the Hew City HilL
ADKINS ALONE VOTES AGAINST PROPOSAL
M. Mailt Hrrtn Sotlre II
Meek (Hates He will Hold II
I a for the Present.
Tin city council Inst night passed on Hie
purchase of a city hall site from T. F.
O'Nell for the sum of $i:,3.00; Introduced
n ordinance providing- tor the Issuance of
$iV).000 In sewrr bonds; passed halt a doion
ordinances relating- to street Improvements
and Anally allowed all salaries and general
bills for the month of March. The greatest
Interest of the evening attached . to the
much mooted question of the city hall site.
The first step In this direction was the pass
Ing upon the resignation of T. J. O'Nell as
tax commissioner. His resignation was ac
cepted unanimously by the council and the
mayor announced that lie would appoint u.
council foe tl42.ps damaa-os sustained by
nls business by reason of the Impassable
condition of West 1. street.
Miss Cecils Lyon accompanied a number
of her pupils 4o Omaha yesterrtsy to In
spect the working of the' artificial Ice nn.l
distilled water plants and the power hnjo
of the street railway. The trip was prollt
able and much enjoyed by the boys.
SMALLPOX AT POLICE STATION
Maa from Lincoln
Market for Vaccine VI
(aases Raa n
Police Captain Mostyn and the police
station officers and the Jail crew were
vaccinated Wednesday morning In a bunch
by Assistant Health Commissioner Arnold.
This was a few minutes after It was dis
covered that Alan Wright, aged SS. a
laborer, who had been finding shelter at
the station for several nights and days,
had developed a case of smallpox. Wright
blew In from Lincoln several days ago
and said he hailed from Fort Smith. Ark.
He asked for refuge from the chill winds
of early spring. Then msh broke out
on his face and the city physicians diag
nosed his case ns chlc'kenpox.
Wednesday morning this diagnosis was
cancelled and a new one made mentioning
smallpox. Wright was removed to the
ROURRES BEAT SOLDIERS
Armjr Boye Score Only Once and that on
' Gift from Eddie Quick.
RUNKLE MAKES RECORD WITH STICK
Hits It Oat Safely roar Times and
' Walks Once Omaha Boys Pnt
' Errorless Game la
Pa's colta played an exhibition name nt
Vinton street park Wednesday afternoon
with the soldiers' team from Fort Crook,
the cold weather again keeping down the
attendance, although the players are be
coming ised to It and are rounding into
shape. Pa again used three pitchers,
McNeele.y, Koukallk and Quick, and all
worked better than at any time this year.
Quick was a trifle wild and forced a man
tn with a tiase on balls when the bases
were filled and gave the soldiers their only
The soldiers have a good team this year
Nul will bid for the amateur honors in
:hls section, hoping to arrange many
ramesv as they have a good diamond at
.hA. fort and a complete new outfit. The
manager would like to hear from any
:"ems winning a 'game at the fort or In
Stack struck out three men In the seventh
Inning, ' Welch, Dolan and Howard, and
litched. a, good game for the early season.
The soldiers all - showed good material,
but were Buffering with a degree of stage
fdght," which with the slippery grounds
gave. .them aeveral errors, although they
pulled off some fast plays, one of which
a as a double
Runkle iield the butting record for
C)quhlK lttUiut-KU' lour times and walk
ing once. The team.. will practice today
stid Friday und meet tho White 8ox Sat
urday ami Suliduy. The store:
- Alt. II.
YVnlmi, ir 5 -'
Carter, rr "
Welch, cf w 2
Dolan lb it 1
Kunkle, s 4 (i
Howard, 2b 5 U
Perrlng. 3b 4 i
Marx, v. 3 0
McNeeley, p t 1
Frees, c 1 0
Koukallk, p 1 1
llussey, p 1 0
quick, p -. 1 0
setts player, however, caught him a bit
off his game and put him out of the run
ning by a score ot 5 down and four to
play on the fourteenth gteen.
ElOCX CITY, la.. April 4 The South
Dakota university team failed to score
against the local Western leaguers this aft
ernoon, most of them being thrown out at
first, while the home team piled up four
teen runs. Score: H.H.K.
Hloux City ....6 0 3 3 0 0 2 1 14 11 1
South Dakota.. 0 OoOOOOOO 01 4
Batteries: Kloux City. Jarrott, Rf.fdr
O'Neill and Hess; South Dakota, Sawyer,
Orr, Johnson and Sawyer.
Mesrel Breaks an Ankle.
CINCINNATI, April 4 John Siegel. one
of the outilelds for the Cincinnati National
league base ball club, broke his left ankle
while trying K steal second base In a
game with the Toledo team here this aft
ernoon. It is likely that Slogel will be
Out of the game for tho rest of the season.
successor later. After considering a few
minor matters the question of the purchase illation hospital where he has the honor
of the hall site as originally offered by j Df being the second case in six months.
Mr. O'Nell was taken up. He proposed to A bright had made the station prettv
sell the east 105 feet of lot 1 and the north
36 feet of lot 1, block 84, South Omaha, for
the sum named above.
rrior to this C. M. Hunt submitted an
original proposition to the city whereby
he agreed to furnish a hall sits at the
northwest corner of Twenty-fifth and N
streets and remove all buildings from the
same ready for the erection of the city hall
for 110,000. The mayor announced that the
council was not receiving' bids; but a mo
tion was made by Frank Dworak that the
proposition be filed; this was carried and
the council, then, on a resolution by Mr.
Dworak, passed on the purchase of the
O'Nell site, which resolution instructed the
clerk to draw a warrant for the same for
the sum of 12.a In favor of T. J. O'Nell
upon transfer and approved title to the ;
property. The vote on this was 4 to 1.
W. P. Adklnst voted In the negative, while ,
the sixth member of the council, Johu
Klcwlt, was absent.
Warrant Not Issued.
As soon as this vote had been announced
by the mayor, C. M. Hunt seVvcd notice on
the city clerk to Issue, no warrants until
he had given reasonable time for injunc
tion proceedings to be begun. It was
much of a home Captain Mostyn and the
other officers looked worried. Then they
had Dr. Arnold exhaust the virus market.
Shortly afterwards the station was thor
oughly dlsenfected by means of formalde
hyde. If all the vaccinations take effect
the police force may be considerable im
paired In usefulness within a week or two.
WIFE BRIDLES HER HUSBAND
Secures Injunction Against Him to
Protect Herself While nlng
A restraining order was issued Wednes
day by Judge Kennedy In a divorce suit
brought by Grace P. Ackerman against
George S. Ackerman, to restrain the de
fendant from In any way Interfering with
the plaintiff, using personal violence, call
ing her names, threatening her on the
streets or elsewhere, or going to her homo
while she is there. The petition was
withdrawn from the flies by her attorney.
Jennie M. Rehm has begun a suit for
divorce from Charles M. Rehm. They
were married September 2, 1903, and have
SHIP SUBSIDY HEARINGS
Shipbuilders in TiTor of Flan of Govern
ment Aid to Companies.
WARM DEBATE BEFORE THE COMMITTEE
Senr lark Man nys tenlnn Hill
VVonld Permit Foreigners to
t.et rrt of the Appropriation.
WASHINGTON. April 4. ship subsidy
hearings were begun today by tho house
committee on merchant marlnfl and flsh
crlts. John McNeill, past national presi
dent of the Boilermakers' association,
stated that workman engaged In shipbuild
ing were In favor if ft subsidy.
George R. Duval, chairman of the ship
subsidy committee of the New York Mer
chants' association, drew a rapid-lire of
questions from Representative Humphrey
of Washington, the latter stating that he
wonted to show that Mr. Duvul was sim
ply representing foreign shirring Interests.
This the witness hotly denied. His asso
ciation was In favor of a subsidy, but he
had opposed bills so far brought forth, as
they would have allowed some of the
subsidy' to get to foreign-owned ships.
With several amendments which J. H.
Dockery, legal adviser of the association,
would present, the association was pre
pared to support the bill. The amend
ments were later presented by Mr. Dock
ery. They related to the tonnage tax pro
vision ot the) bill and were discussed at
length. Iittbor reports it was decided,
should be heard throughout the day. It
was stated that thry American Federi
tlon of Labor is in favor of the bill.
stated by the clerk thut he had been np- j one child, of which she asks the custody.
Totals 42 11
If. Pt). A. .
1 10 0
1 1 0 0
1 14 0 0
4 12 0
2 O 0
0 0 0
0 0 3 0
O 0 1 0
10 0 0
0 0 0 0
14 27 13 U
Conolly. 2b ..
Ka la I. If
Jordan, cf 4
Pnrrand, rf 3
Slack. P 4
H. PO. A.
; Total 33
Fort Crook 0 0
1 24 14 7
0 0 3 0 0 1 -ll
Two-base lilts: Dolan. Fenlon. Wild
pitch: Quick. Jiase on balls: orr Quick,
3;' off Stack, 4. Struck out: Hy McNeeley,
2:' by Koukallk. 3; by Quick, 4; by Stark,
b Double plays: Stadle, Conolly and
Smith. Attendance:- 50. Time of gam'::
1:36. Umpire: Caruthers.
Becker Defeats Brokaw.
PINEHL'RST, N. C. April 4.-C L.
lierker of the Woodland club, Auburndale,
and W. K. Wood of the Homewood club.
Chicago, will meet tomorrow in a thirty-six-hole
round for the championship, as
the result of today's nlnetecn-hole semi
final round. Mr. liocker's defeat of George
T Urokaw of Garden City was not only
the surprise of the day, but of the week,
for the Garden City player has generally
been regarded from the first as the win
ner of the tournament. The Massachu-
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St. I.onls Americans Win.
ST. LOUIS, April 4. The American league
team today won the fourth local champion
ship game, score: K.H.B,.
American League 7 10 i
National league 0 S 3
Funeral of Peter Med
Tin funeral of the late Peter McCann
took place from his residence, 805 North
Thirty-fifth street, Wednesday morning.
Arrangements were In cnarge of the
Knights of Columbus and the I'nited Com
mercial Travelers, both of which the de
ceased was a member, and representative
delegations of the two organizations Were
present, with other lifelong friends, to pay
final tribute to their associate and brother.
Services were held at Bt. Cecelia's church,
Fortieth and Butt streets. Requiem high
mans was celebrated by the pastor. Rev.
Father Harrington, assisted by Fathers
McNamara, Dobson and Slenson. Inter
ment took place in Holy Sepulcher ceme
tery. The pall bearers were: Honorary John
Rush, Charles M. Garvey, John Burke,
James Brennan. John E. G'llern, J. , P.
Smith. Active W. P. Russell. E. J. Greene,
P. H- Johnson, Thomas Qulnlan, J. P.
MADRID, April 4. General Blanco, for
merly governor general of Cuba, died this
morning. Ramon Blanco Arenas was sent
to Cuba to succeed General Weyler, whose
conduct In suppressing the rebellion In that
Island had shocked the humanitarian feel
ing of all the civilized world. He started
on a policy of pacification, but the Cuban
people did not trust him, and his expert,
ence on the Island was not happy. When
the war with the United States broke out
Blanco did not enter upon the defense of
the Island with much hope of success and
as soon as the war was over he resigned
and returned to Spain, November, 1S9S.
Mrs. Melvln I.eo.
BROKEN BOW, Neb., April 4.-(Special.)
Mrs. Melvln Lee was stricken on her
way home lat night from the tabernacle
meetings. She left the tabernacle In ap
parently as good health " as usual. As
sistance was summoned and she was car
ried Into the hotel, where a doctor as
called., but -she never regained conscious
ness. She leaves four grown up children.
Her oldest child is Mrs. Chal Maupln of
Colonel John II. King.
HURON. 8. D., April 4. Colonel John II.
King, founder of Chamberlain, S. D., died
here today. Decedent had a wide acquaint
ance among publto men.
I.lahtlnar Plant at Bradahaw.
BRADSHAW, Neb., April 4. (Speclal.)
At about 2:30 o'clock this morning Harry
; Norrls, the night man at the Burlington
jdepot, discovered that the electric light
, building was on fire. Citizens by heroic
i efforts subdued the flames, but not until
they had almost wrecked tho building and
damaged the plant to a large extent. The
loss will fall pretty heavy on Mr. Brown,
the proprietor, as he had Just put the
plant In order and had run it only a little
over a month. The village will be in the
dark again, for a while at least.
preached previous to the meeting with an
urgent request that he Issue no warrant.
The Item of next Importance was the
first reading of the ordinance authorizing
the issue of $250,000 sewer bonds. The
ordinance has been In preparation for sev
eral days and provides that the bonds
shall be Issued in denominations of $500
each, that they shall not bear more than
4Vs per cent and that they shall be redeem
able at the end of five years. A sinking
fund to provide for Interest on these. bonds
and also to pay for. them at maturity was
also provided by the ordinance.
The general "bills for salaries and other
Items of expense for the month of. March
The city appraisers reported no dam
ages between. Twenty-second and Twen
tieth In the grading of O street. An
ordinance was introduced making a new
grading district in this locality.
Tabulating Election Rrtnrns.
The city clerk was busy with the details
of tho city election of Tuesday. Tabula
tions were to be made of the unofficial re
turns and the tally sheets had to be cor
rected In a' few details. These correc
tions showed Thomas Corrlgan's majority
as a member of the school board to be
124 Instead of 104, as given out. To the
present time there have been no signs of
any dispute In the matter of election re
turns. The payrolls for the Judges and clerks
were submitted with the general hills last
night beore the city council.
One Election Arrest.
Tony Hydock was arrested yesterday
morning In connection with the election.
On the Jail record .he is charged with
perjury. It is stated that he appeared be
fore the city clerk and took oath that he
was a freeholder and as such vouched
for certain men who wished to swear In
their votes. It has since been discovered
that he had no property in his name. The
date of his preliminary trial has not been
fixed as yet.
Street Halltyay Improvements.
The Omaha & Council Bluffs Street Rail
way company Is progressing rapidly with
the repair of Missouri avenue. Heavy
rails are to be put In on both of the
tracks. In several places the grade Is to
be -changed several feet. The tracks will
be ballasted with cement. Up to the pres
ent time the rails have been laid as far
east as Seventeenth street, from the curve
at Twentieth street. The greater part of
the track gang of the company Is busy
with the construction. The paving on
this street will shortly be begun. It Is
sadly needed at the present tlsne, for the
mud makes traffic almost Impossible In
that part of the town.
Maarlc City Gossip.
The class of '06 will meet with Miss Mae
Byerly next Saturday night. A business
meeting will be part of the program.
Mrs. K. S. Harlan and family, who have
been vtHiting with Mrs. C. M. Bchlndel,
return home today. Klie Is a sister of Mrs.
The funeral of Ed Baker's baby will be
private and will take place this afternoon
at i:;w. I ne interment will be In Forest
P. J. Traltior was allowed $.!8.97, which
he had paid as a tax on his property for
a sidewalk asHesMment, which was after
ward declared Illegal.
Peter Lenagh presented a claim to the
She says he abandoned her while they
were living at 2528 Lake street and has not
supported her since.
WATTCH SERIOUSLY STABBED
Picked Ip on Street hy Police and
Taken to Station, Where
Wounds Are Dressed.
Charles Wattch, aged about 2S. a bar
tender, was taken to the police . station
at 1 o'clock Thursday morning by Patrol
man Frank Murphy with a stab wound
In his upper left breast. Wattch explained
he had been struck with a knife without
provocation by a man' Hinknown to him.
who passed him on the street at Cap.'tol
avenue and Fourteenth street, and then
ran away, shortly before' midnight. The
story did not satisfy the police, and officers
started an Investigation.
Police Surgeon Wills .cared for the
Uent, but could not say how serious the
Injury might prove.
Miss. Sadlo Rentfrow ."and Alfred Peter
sen were married at the borne of the
bride's parents, 2411 North Eighteenth
street, last night at a' very pretty wedding,
rendered much more so by the dainty sur
roundings and simplicity of the ceremony,
The services Were conducted by Rev. WUUs
Graves, pastor ot the Fifth Avenue Meth
odist Episcopal church of Council Bluffs.
The bride was followed by her younger
sister and by Misses Alice Gates and Ma
rlon Egelston, as maids. The groom was
accompanied to the altar by his brother.
ORUA3IZH FOR THK CAMP.iMiN
Nenaie nnd House Republicans Get
Rendy for Fall Fight.
WASHINGTON. Aj.rll 4. The republicans
of the senate and house of representatives
met In Joint caucus at the close of the ses
sion of the house today and selected mem
bers of the t publican congressional cam
paign committee. Senator Allison called
the caucus to order. In doing so ho -directed
attention to tho fact that this was
the first step In a campaign which would
doubtless prove very Interesting and the
Importance of which was already apparent.
He named Speaker Cannon as presiding
officer of the meeting and the speaker was
received with applause. Ho. too, spoke
briefly of the situation. Indicating that the
campaign was already being made and the
result In November depended on legislation
now being enacted. He counseled careful
ness, a strict attention to business, econ
omy and Justness in appropriations.
The committee was then named. A meet
ing of tho committee for organization will
be called either the last of this week or the
first of next. The members selected on the
committee are as follows:
California, J. C. Necdham; Colorado, F.
M. Hogg; Connecticut. George 1,. Lllley;
Delaware, Hiram R. Burton; Idaho, B. L.
French; Illinois, J. R. Mann: Indiana.
Charles B. Landls; Iowa, A. F. Dawson;
Kansas. J. M. Miller; Kentucky. J. B. Ben
nett: Maine, E. C. Burleigh; Maryland, 8
E. Mudd; Massachusetts. J. W. Week;
Micnigan, J. w. Doruney: Minnesota, j
A. Tawney; Missouri, Richard Bartholdl
Montana, J. M. Dixon: Nebraska, J. J. Mc
f'arthy; New Hampshire, C A. Sulloway;
New Jersey, H. C. lyoudenslaa-er; New York.
J. 8. Sherman: North Carolina. E. S. Black
burn; Ohio, Nicholas Ixmgworth; Oregon,
C. W. Fulton; Pennsylvania. 11. B. Cas
sell: Rhode Island. A. B. Canron: South
S4akota. C. H. Burke: Tennessee. N. W.
Hale; I tali, Joseph Howell: ermont. Kit
tredge Hasklns; Virginia, Campbell Slemp
Washington. F. W. Cushman: West Vir.
giriia. U. B. Dovener; Wisconsin. J. H. Da
vidson; Wyoming, F. w Mondell; Hawaii,
Jonah K. Kaianlanaole; New Mexico, W.
H. Andrews; Oklahoma, B. S. McGulre;
2'ono ruco, juno iarreiiga.
No members have been selected for the
states and territories not named.
. LOCAL BREVITIES.
The Pioneer association of Douglas
county will meet Thursday afternoon at
2:30, on the third floor of the public library
W. B. Kirk of Lincoln Is an Omaha vis
itor registered at the Paxton.
W. O. Southwick of Friend Is an Omaha
visitor, a guest at. the Henshaw.
I. H. Hlffelberg ot Salt Lake City is
visiting his cousin, Prof. Nathan Bernstein.
Mr. Hlffelberg formerly resided In Omaha.
Fred Palmer of Alliance. A. Raht of San
Francisco, Charles 8. Murtln of Knox
vllle and H. B. Miles of Lincoln are at
G. E. Lemmon of Fort Yates, Charles T.
Neal of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hal
stead of Ponea, F. H. Sammls of Spokane
and A. L. Snow of Fremont are at the
Charles W. Gibbon. .J, J. Cameron of
Kearney, T. M. Akers of Denver, C. H.
Fox. E. B. Hunninger of Ciarks. Mr. and
Mrs. 1 W. Wilson of Merna are at tho
W. A. Meyer of San Francisco, Mrs. O. C.
Bhumway. Mrs. W. J. Metcalf of Lyons,
W. H. Hogrelee of Stella, E. K. Emmet t
and son of Arapahoe and E. Rayse of Lin
coln are at the Millard.
Mrs. W. L. Grant of Sumner, F. 1L
Manning, B. F. Eberhart of Orleans. R. R.
Latta of Tekamab. B. Howe of Wilcox,
K. 8. Coad of Sturgis. B. D. ; Trenmore
Cone of Walioo, J. A. Douglas of Bas
set t, Fred L. Barclay of tjtuart, F H
Johnstone of Lyons. J. M. Van Arikeri
William Coon of Lincoln and A. W. Dyer
of Exeter are at the Merchants.
WESTERN LEAGUE PLAYING SCHEDULE FOR 1906.
The Western league schedule for ihu
playing season of V."ti will present one puz
zle for the fans, and that Is the Sunday
games for Lincoln. It has been arranged
that no games for Denver or Pueblo have
skin at once
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games on the home grounds, while Pes six games here on four Sundays, being
Moines will get five and Sioux City will scheduled for a double-header on July 1
get two. Omaha has ten games scheduled and another on July. 22. Denver plays on
for Sunday, and with the Lincoln transfers Sunday in Omaha on May 3B, June 24 and
will have fourteen games on the first day July 2. Omaha opens the season at Lin-
been scheduled at Lincoln on Sunday, and of the week. One holiday Is set down for celn on May t, and closes it at Sioux City
those scheduled with Omaha, Dvs Moines Omaha, the Fourth of July, when Des on October 1. On Decoration day and Labor
and Sioux City will be transferred, so as Moines will play two games here. These day Omaha plays at Des Moines. In the
lo give extra games in each of these throe teams do not meet in a Sunday game this table of dates the Sunday games are marked
towns on Sunday, This will be a benefit season. Omaha has no Sunday games at with parenthesis:
to the Omaha team ot four extra Sunday home, with Sioux City. Pueblo will play
Student Dies from Overexertion.
IOWA CITY. Ia.. April 4.-(Special Tele
gram.) Leo Struble, engineering student
in the State 1'nlverstty of Iowa from La
Porte City, la., died tn the university
gymnasium last night from heajt failure
brought on by overexertion. He was tak
ing regular physical training class work
under Gymnuslum Director Rule. With
the class he ran around the two-fifths
mile track on athletic park and after re
turning to the gymnasium showed signs
of distress. Director Rule worked over him
for forty minutes before Dr. Mullen came.
Struble had been examined by Director
Rule last fall before be began class work.
He was cautioned not to exert himself on
account of a weak heart. Rule has been
employed by the university for the last
year, coming here from the Des Moines
Young Men's Christian association. He Is
rated as one of the best gymnasium men
in the state. .
Hunter Accidentally Shot.
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., April 4. (Special
Telegram.) Joseph Kloubee, aged 18, was
accidentally shot while hunting this after
noon three miles from here. He and a
companion were walking along the railroad
tracks toward home when the gun car
ried by the other boy was In some unex
plained manner discharged, Kloubee get
ting the full charge in the stomach. He
was brought to the city and died shortly
attar arriving here.
Every one has a hemlitarv rieht to a pure blood supply, which insnre
a strong, healthy body; but how many do we see who have inherited that
greatest of all misfortunes, Scrofula, and are stmjrgiinj; under a legacy i
disease and aulicnng? Scrofula is a constitutional trouble handed down
from parent to child, a curse from Rcneration to generation as lonr as the
scrofulous matter is allowed to remain in the family blood. At the very
foundation of the blood is diseased we see this awful affliction manifested
in many ways, such as enlarged glands or tumors about the neck, which
often burst and become discharging ulcers, weak eyes, chronic Catarrh of the
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neaa, sun aiscases, etc. inis ougiuing oiscase rjeing bo utmiy ini.ienc.uoj
in the blood often attacks the bones, resulting in White Swelling, or hip
disease, while a pallid, waxcy appearance of the skin, loss of strength, and
often lung affections show that the disease is entirely destroying the rich,
nutritive qualities of the blood. There is but one way to cure Scrofula and
that is to purify the blood and rid it of the germs of disease, and for this
purpose nothing equals S. S. S. Its purifying and building-up properties
make it the Meal remedy lor bcroiuia. 9. s.
searches out and destroys all poisons and
germs, gives strength, richness and vigor to
the weak, polluted blood and cures Scrofula
permanently. S. S. S. is a purely vegetable
medicine, made from roots, herbs and barks
and may be taken with absolute safety by
young or old. It so thoroughly removes the poison from the blood that no
signs of it are ever seen again and posterity is blessed with a pure blood
supply. Book on the blood and any medical advice desired without charge.
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Conrt nt Logan.
LOGAN. Ia.. April 4.-(Speclal.)-At the
Harrison county district court the matter
of Mrs. Lucy Snyder against . 8. Snyder
Is on trial. The parties to the suit are of
Missouri Valley. -The plaintiff is suing her
father-in-law for about $.",ou0 for a board
bill of many years standing.
In case of constipation, perttnnitir, etc.,
panic is averted by curing yourself with
Dr. King's New Life Pills. 25c. For sale
by Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
PES MOLNKg. OMAHA. SIOUX CITY. . LINCOLN. PENVER. , PUEBLO.
May 22-21-21. May 10-11-12. May 19-(20)-21. May (tf)-T-8. 7 May 2-S-4-S '
DES MOINES July 4-4-ft-. June U7-lX-l!-20. July 7-(X,-8-l.. Juno &-S-7-S. ' June iMlui-11
Juiy Si-24-35. - July 11-12-1.1-UUS). July 2 -27 -2-(((. Aug. 4-(5--7. Aug. 8--lo-ll-(12)
Aug. 22---2-24-25-25. faept. 11-12-U. Sept. (2-26-2i-27. bepl. 1S-U-7-18. Sept. 2-22-(23).
May 2S-2H-)-:'. May M-J.-l-J (3). May 2-3-. May 12-U31-14. May B-lu-11
OMAHA June:7-W-.2. July 7-.R--lo June s-fMUo-11. June 12-1S-14-13. June T-(17-lh-l
Aug. H-li-U-1,. Aug. So-3l-d.-l-(2). Aug. -lo-Jl-(l.'.. July H-1S-H. juy (i)-16-17-ls.
fc' Pt. 1-3-4. bept. 2i-tJO-O..X. dept. 20-21-22-12.1). j.t. -7--(-l). Spt. lo.U-13-U.
May U31-H-15. May l-17-ls. May -2-(27). May t-J 4-5 May itl-T I
SIOCX CITY June 13-14-16-1. June 21-.-2-23-J3. July 4-4-1-. June VnoTdl. June l--i
July 1-1--1S. July 3i.-31-A.-l-r Aug. 1S-GKI-20-21. Aug. g-a-Uia-11-12. Aug. 4-(R-4-7
( Sept. -7--(S)-10. Sept. 25-:-Z7-2. Sept. H-t-j. ji-..,. Q,-vi l&-ll7-k
May Sl-J 1-2-X. May 4-6-7. May -2S-3o-W. . May -l-ll Mav li-lln-ll '
LINCOLN June 3o-J -(il-2-S. June &--7. June (24.-2S-2 Juiw 14-U7 -1J-1R. Juu. 13-13-li-V
Aug. 30-31-S.-1 Aug. 4-r,j--7. July W-20-21-122). ' ' , July (lo)-3 1-A July U-li-li-lt
Sept. 2a-a)-3o-Q.-l. Sept. 16dtf.17-l.S-19. Aug. 2o-27-2i-a. St pt. 10-11-12-13, Sept. -7--(k
Mnv -2-7. May 19-O.H21. ' May 23 3-24. May U-lt-17-U. June l-I-(i4
PENVER June 21-22-23. Jt.ne t24-26-2. June 30-J.-,i-l)-i June 27-2S-29 . JuJr 7-K-io
July l-.-2.22-2;). July a-r-a29-29. July 24-24-26-25. July 14-17-U-30. Ik-M. H44
Aug. Ji-r.-'Jy. Aug. l-Ui-3u-2L Aug. 22-L3-24-25. Aug. 14-1S-1-17. bepu 34-26-24.
May 14-17-18. May 26-2i-27. May l-(20l-21. May 22-23-24. (May 29-30-30-31 f '
PUEBLO June (24-24-24-2. ' June 3o-J.-( l-ll-J. ' June -2-2:t June to-21-22-23. July 4-4-6-C
July 30-31-A. -1-2. July -'.1-22-22. ' July J6-27-:9 -29). Juiy J3-24-35-2fi. Aug. 3l-8.-l-(2
Aug. l-O.'-30-ri. Aug. i2ii.t-27-2-2&. Aug. 14 16-14-17. Aug. 32-23-4-2a. Sei. 27-2-2M.
Five tears for Arson.
VERMILION, 6. D., April 4. (Special
Telegram.) Judge E. G. Smith tonight sen
tenced Elmer Jordan and Richard Uruesch
weller to five years In the penitentiary at
hard labor for setting fire to three build
ings. The minimum sentence was Imposed
on the recommendation of State's Attorney
Heuly and petitions of commissioners and
fifty business men.
A SKIn of Beauty la a Joy Forevor;
V iirillniiiYITm iir r
eanliness is essential
the first aid is
simple purity and sooth
ing qualities make it exquis
ite for Toilet and Bath, and
too it has the delightful odor
of natural flowers.
James S. Kirk & Co., Chicago
NIGHT CHICAGO TRAIN
TAKE DINNER AT HOME.
It leaves Omaha 8 :05 p. m.
It arrives Chicago ...9:03 a. m.
DAY CHICAGO TRAIN
It leaves Omaha ..7:25 a.m.
It arrives Chicago 8:45 p. m.
AFTERNOON CHICAGO TRAIN
It leaves Omaha. ....3:45 p. in.
It arrives Chicago ....7:00 a. m.
Tickets, berths, folders, rates and information at
City Ticket Office, 1502 Farnam Gt.
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SHERMAN & hcCCKXELl CRU3 CO.
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Ynu no longer enjoy your
Many of you are suffering; from physical weak
ness and loss of sexual vigor, your nervous sys
tem is ixlng depleted and your mind wvakened
and Impaired. Life is not what it should be. D
spondeni'y and fcloomy forebodings have taken
the 1)1hih of bright prospects and happy ambition,
duilv labors and duties, vour nlvliis ar ritflu
nd unreftfshinK and each morning you awaken again to the cheerless realisa
tion of your pnyi-ical iini.ediin.nn and wt-nk nouses, and you have neither tha
ambition nor the power to maintain your position among; your fellow men,
irg throiiKli a miserable enlxteme, often wishing- for death to end your
troubles. in many raw self-ubnse. nitfht losses and day drains are the
cause of your condition, while m others it is some soerert , disease. Gonor
rhoea or eoutaglnuH Hlood Pr.ls.in. or frequently the result of neglected or
improperly treated private diseases, which cause stricture, vwicooele, pro
stratlc Kidney and P.laddcr disease. These diseases (or symptoms of disease)
cannot he cured until first their cause is removed and cured, which lies In i
the, deep nervous und physleal centers. MKN, DON'T I1KI.AV. Don't five
up If others have failed you. .Vin- today to the MEN'S TKl'E SPECIALISTS
end learn your true condition, tlet the rl-ht tieatment ilrst and be cured
a!(ly and thoroughly. We cure
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexual Debility;
Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal,
Kidney and Urinary Diseases.
and all dls.Ms.-s und wcaknesc of n; 11 due to inheritance, evil habits, telf
abuse. ences-k-s or the result of specific or private diseases.
FRr (1 Consultation If you cannot cull write for symptom
(nation Office Hours 1
. in. to p. m. Sundays, lu to 1 only.-
ST ATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1308 Tarnam St., Bet. 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
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