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TTIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: SATURDAY, ArR17j 28, 1006.
Unmatchable Bargains in Our Special Sales Saturday "igb 'SlfK S3'J? mean
SATURDAY SHOE SALE
JOn pslra Women's fine $1.00 White Can
vim, Otbaon and Chrlstla Tie Oxfords,
turn sola and Cuban heels, 1.50
ino' pairs' 'women's' '$2.00 Pongola Kid
Hand Turn Gibson Ties, special f E(l
Rstiirrtay . . . .
400 pairs Womwi'i Fine Hsnd Turn $2 50
Olhson Tie and Oxford with at
i lk tie, at V , V. ' 'A-. .
ISO pairs Misses' and Chllds' Patent
Chrome Tanned Glbaon Ties, EJ
at, 11.16 and "
Men's White Canvaa Otforda and 4 tZ(
chi lha tt no kind, at...- mmJ
Women's and Misses $1.80
Little Gents' and Toutha' 11.59
Satin Calf Lace, at
TWENTY-NINE STYLE ft tha
OROVER Oxfords and Shoes carried In
atock. All sizes and widths, t
Are They Easy? Ask the Woman
RTbt' Muslin Underwear Bargains
A Tcry hwf vreelt In this department haa made bnt slight Impreaslon on
the tremendous- atock. Never before haye we shown such magnificent a
tortment and splendid values. Kverr day the Interest ha deepened; every
day new lines have been brought forward. For Saturday three entirely new
lines of nnmatrhable value will be shown.
I ..A DIES' BKlHTB-Worth tip to $3.fl0, with
deep flounces of Ince and Insertion or
embroidery, in great diversity of design,
great bargains Saturday, QQ
at $1 60 and ',!'0
LADIES' SKIRTS Worth up to $2.00,
trimmed with wlda embroidery lace and
clusters of tucka. remark- QQn
able values at tjw
LADIES' JERSEY KNIT UNION SUITS
with long sleeves, ankle length, 4QfJ
Ladles' Union Suits, sleaveles and low
neck. Jaoe trimmed, 25c
at $9o and... ........-'
LADIES' GOWNS-Trlmmed with laces. In
sertions and tucks, generously propor
tioned, worth almoat double, CHi
Saturday prices Wtc. 76c and uw"
LADIES' CORSET COVERS AND
DRAWERS Prettily trimmed with lace,
embroideries and insertions, worth fully
double, at 390 25C
LADIES'' ' JERSEY "KNIT.' VESTS AND
PANTS Low neck and short sJeaves.
or high neck and lone; sleeves,
Kc value, at, garment l,w
Children's Mualin Drawers Great - Or
value, at pair. Sc. 16c and vw
UM Yard Garden Tools Saturday
At prices which mean great saving to yon. Now'a the time you ned them
Saturday; and here's the place and time to buy.
Steel Shovels and spades, special A Qn
to ft. -Hose completa with K(l
Gardn Rakes, iSc
12 tine ,uv
Garden Hoes, one piece solid steel, Sf.
Splendid Lawn Mowers, easy run- 1 Q2
ning, at m.JJ
Sprinkling Cans, 10C
6-ft. Step Ladder, ... 59 C
Poultry Wire, all wldtha, per sq. ft.
Screen Doors, all sixes up
Hard wood Hose Reels, special
$-plece Garden Seta, Saturday,
Dandelion Spades, 10C
Ice Cream Freezers,
' THE RELIABLE STORE.
Surprising Price Reductions Saturday
IN OUR BUSY SUIT DKPARTMEXT one dollar has the purchasing power of two, and even three, in this
great, sale. T1IRKE GREAT MANUFACTURER'S STOCKS.
Sheet Music Sale
CONCERT ALL DAY ASK TO HAVE YOUR FAVORITES PLAYED.
Hundreds of the latest and most popular Vocal and Instrumental hits
will be Included in this sale,' All mall orders will be filled promptly. Add
one cent extra per copy for postage. Don't let this great opportunity pass you
by. Positively every thing will be placed on sale Saturday. . Read this list
BILK SriT8-T5 of them In the lot. se
cured from tha Fashion Manufacturing
Co., Green Street. New York, splendid
workmanship, beet style, newest colors;
made to well for $18.00 and $20.00 f QS
your choice Saturday JyJ
CHILDREN'S COATS From Stein & Co..
Broadway, New York, fine silks, wool,
linens and plcauea, sizes J to R years,
in all colors, garment in this lot worth
tip to $.00 your choics f 7Q
MAX ROTH WAISTS-Over 26 eases In
this treat purchase bargains the like of
which Omaha has never known. BeautU
ful silk and lawn lingerie and linen
waists at HALF ANI LESS THAN
HALT ACTUAL VALUE.
Lingerie lawn and batiste waists, beautt
.tully trimmed, $3.00 and $2.50 values every
wherein Saturday's sale, C
Fins Jap silk, linen Iswn and lingerie
waists, beautiful - designs, handsomely
trimmed, worth up to $6.00 4 l)R
STYLISH WAISTS In great assortment of
material and design, worth up i AC
WOMEN'S STYLISH SPRING COATS
In tans, fancy checks and plaids, worth
$3. OA, wonderful value Satur- liB
Other Remarkable Suit Bargains
Charming tailor suits of the very finest
quality in material and workmanship, at
prices which mean about one-third saving
to you. ,
SUITS WORTH $ and $50In 1f nil
this sale, choice OU.VJU
SUITS WORTH $.15-Oreatest OA Qfi
value we have ever shown, at. . .
SITTS WORTH $25-In this sale, X Rf
8UITS WORTH $15 Whlla they Q Qf
last at, choke , C7.V
HANDSOMK NET AND LACE WAISTS
All tha rase in tha east, will be very
popular here this season. We have se
cured tha surplus atock of a manufac
turera most beautiful assortment, worth
from $5.00 to $10 00 and will place them
on sals in two lots at, O QQ
choice. $4.M and ,,J
A Marvelous Assortment of
The area test stock and best values ever
shown In tha west, in both regular and
extra sizes, St $15.00, $13.50, i QC
$10.09, $8.90, M.96 snd
NEW LINGERIE, BATISTE AND LINEN
DRESSES In tha most charming de
signs, including many. Imported models,
at $50.00 down $5
BEAUTIFUL SILK COATS-In
newest styles, splendid values,
at $15.00 down to
$7.50 Box Coats, Special $4.95
One of the season's best coat style A
a remarkable value at..
(75 Garments in this Lot from Which to
NEW SILK PETTICOATS In the very
latest colorings, at $15.00
down to .f
CHILDREN'S SPRING COATS In all
sizes, 1 to 13 years, at OS
$7.60 down to l.5iJ
WOMEN'S SHIRT-WAIST WASH SUITS
A splendid assortment, worth O QR
regularly $5.00, choice "'"u
VOCAL My Irish Molly 0 You Can't
Guess Who Kllrted with Me Spoon Time
Have You Seen My Henry Brown? Drum
mer's Song (Ham Tree) Why Don't You
Try? What Has the Night Time to Do
With the Girl? It's the Same Old Girl My
JrlMh Daisy Shade of the Old Apple Tree
Only You When the Mocking Birds are
Singing In the Wild woods On an Automo
bile Honpymoon (Ham Tree) The Little
House that Ixive Built Sympathy Good
night Maggie Doyle A Little Class of One
I Don't Care (from the Sambo Girl)
She's Just a Little Different (from tha
Mayor of Teklo) Will You Love Ms In
December as You Do In May? Listen to
the Big Braaa Band I Can't Do the Sum
gult, Vtult, Quit Good-Bye, Old Manhattan
Isle, (from Ham Tree) Anxious As You
Go Your Way and I Go Mine Not Because
Your Hair Is Curly The Little Chauffeur
(new) Alice Where Art Thou Going? (new)
Nlggah Loves His Possum, Deed He Do,
Do, Do (new) THke Me Back to Dixie
(new) Sweetest Girl Dixie Ever Knew.
INSTRUMENTAL Sllverheels The Glg
gler Chicken Chowder Bashful Bachelor
Wllhelmlna Walts Kyea of the Soul
Happy Heine Sanltol (new march) Regi
mental Daughters (march by composer of
the Gondolier) Bo-Peep (new Intermezzo)
Lady lAUghter Dance of the Brownies
Red Riding Hood Waltzes Rose Leaves
Bouncing Betty Love Is King Life, In
Camp (march) Soap Buds Foolishness
Lasarre Waltzes Juliette (new) Mistletoe
Waltzes (new) Hey Rube (new.march and
two step) Dorothy Vernon Waltzes Moon
light on the Ocean Beautiful Star of
Heaven (new) The Juggler Globe Trotter
Polka Dot (rag time) La Sorllla (new)
and many others too numerous to mention.
8k Each 3 for 25c
All the latest .song and dance folios will I
Jo at actual cost. I
Studies of all kinds will be sold at prices
far below regular coot.
Pieces below will be placed on sale at 5c each -6 for 25c.
Melody In F Tarn o' Shanter Home
Sweet Home (variations) Flower Song
Con Amore Valse Bleue Heather Rose
Good livening Remember Me 11 Trova-
tore Anvil Chorus Thine Own Frolic of
the Frog The Palms Maiden's Prayer
Spring Song Rustic Dance Silvery Waves
and a great many others.
LADIES' GOLD BELTS ONLY 15c
Saturday morning we will place on sale AO dozen Ladies' Gold Delta,
- worth 25c to 50c each all at one price your choice ;
NEW WHITE BELTS
The largest and finest assortment of Wash Belts shown In Omaha at
special bargain prices Saturday.
15c Wash Belts
25c Wash Belts,
I $Sc Wash Belts,
50c Wash Belts,
All 60c Silver Belts In Saturday's sale
LADIES' NEW NECKWEAR 5c
No other place In Omaha can you And a
line ao complete tne greatest bargains
ever shown,. Saturday En
Chemisettes and sleeves to match, CHn
oniy -r w
LADIES' SILK HOSE Opera length with
colored top and black foot, broken sizes,
regular $2.00 and $2.50 quality; on sale
Saturday, . while they last ax, . QiQ
LADIES'' ' '25c' ' COTTON "HOSE-In black
only, regular made; snap Satur- fCp
day at, pair.....
BOYS' BICYCLE HOSE Heavy ribbed.
' with double knee; exceptional Oic
value, at 16c and iw
25c Rope, Shopping Bags,
50c Silk Veilings, Saturday,
New automobile Veiling, all
8 yards long, only
5c Each 6 for 25c
In ordering by mall put down names of second choice pieces. In ease ws should
run ghort of .others to save time In filling yeur order. All teachera and scholars
should take advantage of this sale In basement and In Muslo Department on
Sale of Sample
A splendid opportunity to buy a hat of
good quality and style at a very low
price. . '
Hats worth up to $2.00, choics A Sn
76c and Ow
$4.60 and $5.00 leather Suit Cases, i en
slightly' scratched, choice t,,c'U
SAMPLE TRAVELING BAGS at about
half regular prices.
Sample' Trunks at greatly reduced
FROM 8 TILL 9 A. M.-Women's AQn
FROM t:M TILL 0:30 Women's iQn
FROM 8 TILL U A. M.-Women's 7Q
$1.60 Underskirts A
Drug Dept. Specials
Rubber Gloves, all sizes, 59c
Bath Sweet, 15c
William's Shaving Soap, EJq
Colgate's Shaving Soap,
Chamois Skins, '
Colgate's Tooth Powder, l5c
The Big Meat Section
Broilers, country dressed,
Spring Chickens, per -
Fancy Rolled Beef Roast, per
Fancy Rolled Rib' Roast,' per
om ueei, per v-... . .
8-mind can Nebraska City Best
No. 1 Fancy Regular Ham,
pound , ,
Rubber Complexion Brushes,
Witch Hazel, large bottle,
Talcum Powder, . . .
- THE FIT OF A CORSET
Is one of the most esseiit la features. The set of your gown and yonr own
personal comfort depend upon fit perfection. This is assured yon if yon buy
here. In onr Immense stock you'll And the exact model best snited to yonr
figure and we give special attention to fitting In the department.
We carrv complete lines of tba WARNER.
THOMSON'S GlOVF.-KITTINO. K A HO.
R. A G., ROYAL WORCESTER. NEMO
and manv other popular makes, f
at $2.50. $2.00, $160 and P 1
Our La Marguerite line la mors complete
than ever. All genuine whalebone filled,
made of Imported fnhrlca, In SI
while or colors, up from p
76c French Batiste Corsets with long hips,
hose supporters, side and front, ' All B
One-Half Price Sale Continues
About 100 more hats,
bright and new, marked
at one-half, for Saturday
only. Just think of what
a saving, this means for
vou. Hats that originally
TS sold for $10 for $J, etc.
Misses' and Children's Hats
IMISSES' HATS FOE $2.50.
New shaded body hats, bent up
and trimmed with ribbons,
flowers, foliage, etc. Hats
that would cost you $4 else
Smooth straw, two-toned effects, with
long ribbon streamers,
Small Milnn shnpes, bent tip and trim
rued with cord and tassel, some with
Attractive Values in Men's Furnishings
I'nequalod variety, unexcelled quality and nnmatched low prices are re
sponsible for our Furnishing Goods Department being always a very busy
one. Our new spring stocks are now complete in every detail and offer you
iM-tter opportunity for selection than you can find elsewhere.
Three Rousing Saturday Specials
MEN'S BHIRTS The very beat qualities
and newest spring atylea, over 160' new
patterns to select from, greatest assort
ment and best values shown In ICS
the city, at $2.00, $1.60 and .............. P
SATURDAY SHIRT SPECIAL The sur
plus stock of men's and boys' shirts from
a well known manufacturer, would sell
regularly for 75c, $1.00 and $1.60 Cfr
choice Saturday OWW
MEN'S LISLE THEAD SHIRTS AND
DRAWERS In plnka, bluea and whltea,
splendid valuea-Saturday at, per 7Sc
SILK LISLE EHIRTS AND DRAWERS
In plain and fancy colore, great GLi
value at $2.0f.. $1.50 and Ma
MEN'8 UNION SUITS In all beat known
brands, unequaled assortment C
at $5 00 down to $2.00, $1.50 and
MEN'8 BALBRIGGAN SHIRTS AND
DRAWERS Plain or fancy col- , Qo
ore at 60c, 39c, 25c and a;rv
150 LINEN COLLARS, $43.
Saturday we will place -on sale 600 dosen
4-ply linen collars for men and boys,
good range of styles and sixes, all Cn
clean stock at, choice
See Sixteenth Street Window.
60o NECKWEAR AT 26c
Men's four-ln-hacd ties, made of finest
quality chiffon poplin, in white, black
and all colors,, 45 Inches long, Inches
wide, 60c value choice O CI -
75o MEN'S HOSE, 26a.
The greatest snap ever offered, fine Ger
man lisle and extra quality Maco cotton,
all new colors, both - plain and fancy,
worth up to 76c at, tOlri
pair. 25c and 1SW
Omaha's Greatest Grocery, Butter, Cheese,
4 Fresh Vegetables and Fruit Departments.
21 lbs. Best Pure Cane Granulated
Bromnfcgelon or Jell-O, per pkg.w 7c
10 Bars Best Brands Laundry Soap.... 26o
1-lb. pkg. Macaroni $o
1- lb. pkg. Corn Starch 4o
t-lb. can Fancy Sweet Sugar Corn 6c
2- lb can Fancy Wax. String or. Lima
Beans , o
1-lb. pkg. Mince Meat to
Fancy California Prunes, per lb 4c
Fancy Cleaned Currants, per. lb ...70
Fancy Mulr Peaches, per lb loo
The Best Tea Sittings, per lb ....12Vic
Fancy Santos Coffee, per lb...., 15a
BUTTER AND CHEESE PRICES.
Fancy New York White Cheese, per lb.l24o
Fancy Wisconsin Cream, per lb 12Vc
Fancy Brick or Llmburger, per lb 12Vc
Neulchatel Cheese, each Jc
Sap Sairo Cheese, each 7Vfcc
Roquefort Cheese, per lb $oc
FANCY SEPARATOR CREAMERY
BUTTER, per lb 21o
FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SALES
Qt. boxes Fancy, Large, Ripe Texas
6 bunches Fresh Onions 6o
1 heads Fresh Leaf Lettuce 6o
2 bunches Fresh Radishes 6o
Fresh Wax Beans, per lb lOo "
Fresh Asparagus, per bunch Ho
Large bunches Fresh Beets 6o
Large bunches Fresh Turnips 6o
Pie Plant, per bunch lo
Fresh Carrota, per bunch 6o
Fresh Peas, per lb 10o
Fresh Paraley, per bunch to .
Fresh Tomatoes, per lb lOo
Fresh, New Cabbage, per lb $VW :
Large, Juicy, Sweet, Rlpa Pineapples,
Fresh Roasted Peanuts, t measures for 6a
20 Fancy Navel Oranges for 2ExJ
Large, Juicy Lemons, per doi 12a
CANDY ( CANDY 'CANDY
All regular 40c Candles for this week
per lb 0o
All regular 20c Candles for this week
per lb 10o
PALMER-ASKS FOR REPAIRS
Pavement Around Federal Building to Be
Fixed by Government.
HITCHCOCK MAY ADDRESS POSTMASTERS
Poatsnaatar Geaeral Cortelyoa As
sorts Mr. Palmer Ha Knows No
Preseat Reaaosi W hy Asslstaat
Caaaet Com West.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, April 27,-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Senator Millard, who returned
from New York thla morning, accompanied
Postmaster H. E. Palmer of Omaha to the
supervising architect's office and the Post
office department. Captain Palmer Is
anxious that some Improvements to the
west side of the Omaha poatoffloe b made
In order to facilitate th handling of mail
in wagons going or coming from railroad
depots or substations. He wants the pave
ment on which these wagons stand to re
ceive or discharge their cargoes repaired.
This will cost $400. The' supervising archi
tect said the needed improvements would
Hitchcock May Visit Nebraska.
Postmaster Palmer subsequently saw
Postmaster General Cortelyou and ex
tended through him san Invitation of - the
Nebraska postmasters to First Assistant
Postmaster General Hitchcock to address
them at their annual convention to be held
at Omaha June t. Postmaster General
Cortelyou stated he personally bad no ob
jection to his first assistant attending the
convention, and unless some unforeseen pub
lic buslneas should detain him there Is
every reason to believe that Mr, Hitchcock
will be present.
Ameadlag Laad Laws.
Senator Hansbrough's bill amending the
existing law as to newspaper publications
of notices of final proof of homestead
entry passed the senate today. The mea
sure is of Interest to newspapers wher-
i n "sa rn a i-iny of you are suffering from physical weakness and losa
" II LI "' sexual visor, your nervous system la being depleted and your
W iaesn i Pllnd weakened and impaired. Life Is not what it should be.
- . . , Despondency and gloomy forebodings have taken the place of
bright prospecta and happy ambition. You no longer enjoy your dally labors or
duties; your nights ara restless and unrefreshlng and each morning you
awaken agalo to the cheerless realisation of your physical Impediments and
weakness.-, and you have neither tli ambition nor the power lo maintain
your poHldon amor.g yuur fellow men.
Jn..,..nulny.i,ia,"' f.u"l.v night loasea and day drains are the cause
of your oond tlon, while In othera It is some secret dlseaaea. Gonorrhoea or
fli"',?0"''. N'ood Poison, or frequently the results of neglected or Improperly
5?v' nl'M'as, which cause Stricture, Varicocele. Prostatic, . Kidney
. mr D fltf T Tne" alst''S (or symptoms of disease) cannot be
-V! .? their cause la removed and cured. Men. don't delay. Don't '
fVfiVS-ra have f"', you rome u the MEN'S TRUE 6PE-
J ,.ZrJL . Vi!rour THe cdlilon. Get the right treatment first and
be cured safely and thoroughly.
..r,i.K."'e.''t.',, of h dl-ases that so Insidiously destroy the ' Intellect.
.iJT S.. j, , jnanhood. secure the aervlces of the eminent specialists of
.D in JL i. L Institute. They will slop these unnatural drains, with their
J. I JLi , ,i "nd rt,ore to health the plilable victim of Nervo-Sexual Debil
ity, brain fatigue and wrecked manhood. We cure saMy 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 evil habits tinu.1 or tha re
sult of specific or private diseases. nanus, excesses or tns re-
FREE CONS'JITaTICI AND EXAMINATION.
Office hours: $ a. m. to $. p. m.
Sundaya, 10 to I only.
STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE
1S03 Faxnam St., Between 13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb.
ever1 land offices may be located. The
bin provides that all notices which the
general provisions of the public land
laws now require are to be published In a
newspaper of established character Issued
near the lands described, In such notices
and within the land district and county
in .which said lands are located. In
cases where two or more such papers are
published In the town nearest such lands,
or in two or more towns which are of
equal distance from such lands, such no
tice shall be published In any one of such
papers as the register of land ofllc may
Mlaor Matters at Capital.
Senator Burkctt today Introduced a bill
granting an Increase of pension to H. C.
Phlpps of Fremont.
V. H. Maxwell. Pierre, S. D was today
awarded the contract for construction of
the public building at Fresno, Col., at
Judge Norrls again appeared before the
Interstate commerce committee in behalf
of his bill . to limit the hours of railway
employes. He was followed by Secretary
Moseley of tho Interstate Commerce com
mission and ex-Congressman Payson of
Illinois, who appeared for the railroads.
No action was taken by the committee.
Hearings are to be continued until a later
Today Congressman Norrls secured a
pension of $8 for Joseph Hummell, Hardy,
Congressman Kennedy was fortunate to
day to have Included in tha $15 bills
passed by ths house two bills of his own,
to increase tha pension of Robert D.
Williamson, Omaha, from $17 to $36, and
a bll giving a pension of $12 to William
C. Berghahu, Omaha.
Mr. Kennedy was notified today that
Michael Novah of South Omaha had been
allowed a pension of $8, from May S, 1905.
Judge Kinkaid today secured ths fol
lowing pensions for constituents: Sam
Watson of Gibbon, additional of $10 front
March II; Thomas Henderson of Merrl
man. $.14 from February 11, 1905; Joseph
Weeks, North Platte, $( from May 1, 1902,
and $t from February 2 of this year;
William 1L Riddle, Burwell, $6 from July
The committee op military affairs has
favorably reported Judge Kinkald's bill
granting to Charles H. Cornell the right
to build a dam across the Niobrara river
and to construct an electric railroad
across ths Fort Niobrara military reser
. Postal Matters.
8. C. Hewitt, Omaha; L. A. Mullen,
O'Neill; W. M. Jones, Far nam; C. L.
Wright, Hastings; E. S. Luce, Wakefield,
Neb.; Ralph L. Brown, Charles City; J. 8.
Nichols, Cromwell; C. W. Norrls, Glldden,
la., have been appointed railway mall
Postmasters appointed: Nebraska Sar
gent, Custsr county. S. L. Perlng vjee H.
p. Savage, resigned; WestervlUe, Custer
county, ' Hat tie Johnson vies Frank W.
- FOR OVER SIXTY YEARS.
An Old and Well-Tried Remedy.
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
buUt.n ui4 f.ror el IT If V t Ah hr M'l l it in)
1,1 Mul ll.L t.Mfor tiieirrHIlJihl :Si HII.l Tl KTH.
IVi, ttlIHl'1 HfU TblVCLba. It h NjTUm ths
rml r. sum the Gi'Vis, All ays all hjn,
f I'll! -1 WIND OiLfC, snd u Ui Ut reiuedy fur
I IABKHJ.A fMd br Iruyui la every MTl ut
tl.a mat B sura sod ass fur
kftS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP.
IA!lll lAKg fOOrdKS SIJIIX
llHtl ill laala a MawJU,
Mills, resigned. South Dakota Rouvllle,
Codington county, James McDowell vies
H. L. Shlsler, resigned; Waverly, Coding
ton county, Frank Acharts vies L. P.
STATE RESTS GRAIN CASE
(Continued from Third Page.)
Tecumseh within a few days to begin the
BEWARD Tuesday afternoon at t o'clock,
while a heavy windstorm was raging,
Charles Gentry's residence at Beaver
Crossing caught fire and was mostly con
sumed, together with bedding and wearing
apparel. There was no insurance, so the
loss is complete. Roy Tyler, while pulling
the fire engine, fell and was run over by
the engine and badly injured about the
body and left limb.
BKATRICB Tha Odd Fellows of this
city and their wives celebrated the eighty
sixth anniversary of the order last night
In an appropriate manner. F. T. McMahan
delivered the welcoming address, and after
an address and literary program. Rev. W.
A. Mulligan gave an address on Odd Fel
lowship. At the close of tne program a
banquet was served. . Nearly 'M persons
were In attendance.
HUMBOLDT Tha local Odd Fellows
lodge last evening celebrated the eighty
seventh anniversary of the founding of
the order by entertaining their wives and
a number of guests at their hall, a number
of speeches and a literary and musical pro
gram being follower by a banquet at the
Park hotel. The company then returned
to tha hall and spent the remainder of the
evening In progressive games.
LEIGH C. F. Holden died at his home
In Kant Leigh Thursday night at 11 o'clock
of lung trouble. He was born in Vermont
January SI, 1819. He was a soldier In the
Indian war. Mr. Holden had been a resi
dent of Colfax county, for more' than
twenty-five years, and was a highly re
spected citizen. He leaves a wife and
three sons. Funeral services will be held
Sunday, Interment In ths Leigh cemetery.
HUMBOLDT-The district meeting of the
Knights and Ladles of Security was held
at the Wahl hall In Falls City on Vvednes
day and the events consisted of a recep
tion to delegates, a buslnesa meeting and
a banquet with a musical program. The
delegates to the national convention, which
is to be held at Denver la June, were R.
B. Windham of Plattamoath and J. Y.
Swlgart of Lincoln, while L M. Thomas of
Lincoln and Mrs. Gertrude D. Clark of Ne
braska City were named as alternates.
FREMONT Tha Board of Supervisors
spent the day inspecting the banks of the
Platte with a view of deciding on some
method of putting In dykes to keep the
river In place west of the city and turning
mora of the current into the aouth chan
nel. The fascine system which appeared
to be so promising Is proving a practical
failure as far as a permanent change In
the current of the river Is concerned and
froperty owners southwest of town and In
he southern part of the city are anxious
to have something done to prevent the
river from doing mora damage.
BEATRICE Water Commissioner Field
has refused to sign the bill of Dr. Davis,
the water expert, amounting to $16, and
because of this action on the part of Mr.
Field ha and Mayor Shults clashed yester
day and Indulged in a heated argument
concerning tho rights of certain officials.
When tha city council entered into a con
tract with Dr. Davis of Des Moines to
prospect for water in Beatrice Water Com
missioner Field was not conaulted, and
now ha balks on signing tha report recom
mending the payment of the bill. There
is some talk of ascertaining what rights,
if any, the water commissioner has In the
WEEPING WATER Jesse, son of John
Domingo, living northeast of town, was
badly injured yesterday. Ha started out
In the morning with four horses to do
some disking, and it Is supposed that at
tha noon hour ho took tha horses to a
pasture to water, and while there was
kicked and rendered unconscious by the
horses. Around one hand ths hitch strap
was wrspped and ths brldls was pulled off
tha horse. He lay stiff snd cold whan
found st 7:30 last evening, after the horsva
had returned to tba bona. As lha boy bad
taken his dinner the folks were not alarmed
over his absence. Dr. Rlckard, who Is In
attendance, says he is unconscious most
of the time, and two-thirds of his body
Is paralyzed, and when rational tho boy
can give no account of what happened.
His condition Is critical.
YORK Mrs. Mable Cobb Alexander.
daughter of Mr. C. C. Cobb of York, ar
rived from San Francisco, her home. Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander live beyond Knob
Hill, toward the Presidio grounds, and
where they were only felt a shock and
did not realize the great damage to the
city until after the noon hour of the day
of the great earthquake. Little reallzlmr
the danger rrom tire tney am not attempt
to take their household effects until tho
next day when It was too late and the
were unable to save anything except what
they could carry in suit cases and pillow
slips. They were taken care of by the
soldiers of the Presidio grounds. Miss
Bertha Shllder, daughter of Dr. G. W.
Shllder. a student at Stanford university,
writes home that she was awakened and
her bed thrown into the middle of the
room. She immediately ran to the room
of her friend, Miss Ida Heiner of Aurora,
Neb., daughter of ex-Congressman Heiner,
and when tho second shock came she
was thrown across the bed of Miss Heiner.
Neither suffered any Injuries but are con
siderably frightened and are returning to
Nebraska as fast as they can get here.
HUMBOLDT A west-bound extra freight
train met with a peculiar accident In the
Humboldt yards about 6 o'clock laxt even
ing. The train was made up largely of
empty stock cars with a few heavily
loaded lumber cars at the rear, and when
the engineer slowed up going through the
yards on account of the bridge work going
on at the west end of the switch, and later
attempted to pull up his long train, a draw
head pulled out, also severing the air con
nections. The train parted and tha air set
the brakes on ttje : rear pert so suddenly
that about half way buck tha empty stock
cars shut up like a dackknlfe and fell over
to one side against some boarding cars
just west of the depot. Fortunately no one
was in the cars at the time or there might
have been a serious accident. No extensive
damage was done and the track was cleared
in time to permit the regular trains to
W. A. BREWER IS INDICTED
President of Washlngtoa Llfo.Iasara
ance Company Charred with
Perjnry la Report.
NEW TORK, April t7.-WlIllam A.
BTewer, Jr., formerly president of ths
Washington Life Insurance company, was
today Indicated by ths grand jury for per
jury. The charge grows out of a report
made to the state superintendent of in
surance in 190a regarding ths condition of
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