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TTTE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: .TTXE 10. lPOfi.
AMERICANS LEAVE CANANEA
Warning frem Authorities Cani Minsra to
Swarm Aerou Bonier.
FOR A NEW ELECTION LAW
e-w Premier of strla Promises
talversol SefTraae ae fM
TORS for EiTs
X&t?$ ' 7v. I
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CU FIROT WARNINGS OF DANGER
When ron are first aware of any private disease, wnkmn or drains upon
roar vitality, then It Is that you should d.clde an Important question, Oris
that muni much to your future health and happiness. If you procurs ths
proper medical advice without delay you will secure to yourself that health,
success and enjoyment, of llfs wblch Is every man's lot, whose bright and
steady ayes, clear and healthy skin, native brain, congenial make s and
pnysioai a.veiopmeni enow that n eoeitemloetlng Influences or private dis
eases are devastating his system, that ne mentaC moral or physical weakness
are deoletlna hla manhiMi. the! n eei ye t drains umh hla Umll-v mrm rakhln
klm ot bla substance and nuklni hla life a miserable failure.
- Otherwise, If you delay too long, er ex peri meat with uncertain and hn
pewper treatment, or allew yourself to be deceived by misleading statements
r Incompetent doctors or specialists, then you will be one of the many un
fortunate she bars long regretted thai they held their first little ailment
too cheaply; who, after years of suffering nd dosing- with cheap preparations,
free treatments and Sulck curs fallacies cams to ths specialists of the State
Medical Institute to be cured. They fully realise the great mistake that they
har made In not consulting- the best specialists first. Will you make ths
same mistake, or will yen get the best first? Do not be satisfied until you
have been examined by the best specialists In the country. You may bo sent
away happy without any treatment, hot with advice that will not only save
you much time and money, but will savs you mental suffering. If your condi
tion requires treatment you will ha treated honestly and skillfully and be re
stored to health In ths shortest possible time and at ths least possible expense.
- We ears safely and thoroughly:
Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexua! Debility,
Impoteney, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal,
Kidney and Urinary Diseases,
and all diseases and weaknesses of men
abuse, or ths result of speclflo or privets
FREE CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION.
s to evil
fffloo Hours I a. m. ts I p
unday 10 to 1 only.
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j AGITATORS THREATENED WITH ARREST
t tare-meet that Utrllro of Heileasi
Mas Dae to Werk of
j The Crow Reservation 1
The Dig Elorn Basin.
The Burlington makes an extremely low exeur-
, sion rate to Sheridan or Billings to give everybody a
chance to register for the Crow lands, one fare for
,the round trip, with a maximum excursion rate of
$20.00 from Omaha, Lincoln, Denver and intermedi
ate points. " Tickets sold June 10th to the 2Gth, in
clusive, final limit July 10th. Of the million acres
to be drawn for in farms of 160 acres each, 125,000
acres can be abundantly irrigated from surveys
made by the Government Those best posted on the
-values of irrigated lands through the "West say that
every acre of Crow lands that can be irrigated, will
be worth at least $50.00 an acre the day water is
turned on the land. 300,000 acres are fine pasture
and grazing lands.
If you &ver expect to own a farm, you owe it to
your family to register for this drawing and take
tout legitimate chances to secure a farm to develop
and hold as an asset in your family wealth.
THE BIG HORN BASIN: From June 14th
' to July 5th, this Company will place on sale at
fsheridan, Toluca and Billings very low rata side
trip tickets to points in the Big Horn Basin for land
seekers and all who may take an interest in the de
velopment of that new and rich territory; there are
about 400,000 acres of lands in the Big Horn Basin
to be placed under irrigation in the immediate
future; some of this land can be homesteaded ahead
of the Government ditch, and the rest can be bought
frum private ditch companies today at from $25.00
to $41L00 an acre.
You are sure to have an economical, interesting
and educational trip through the Northwest, to say
nothing of your chances to be successful in the Gov
eminent drawing. You will hear and learn a great
deal about irrigated lands, and in the vicinity of
Sheridan, Billings and Cody you will see large areas
of such lands now under a high state of cultivation.
Ask you nearest Burlington agent for rates,
conditions of tickets and special leaflet giving details
, in connection with this opening.
L W. Wakeley. G. P. A
1084 famam Street, Omaha, Neb.
. i'i: - f
nd Park Ave.
, Opened May 8, 190G
niftiest Type oi Fireproof Construction
Replete With Every Detail of Service
BISBKK. Aria., June tV As a result ef
the strike at Cananea, Mexico, mines of
Colonel W. C. Greene last week, the Amer
ican miners In the camp will be very few
In number Ir. ths future, It Is bettered.
They are crossing the this nw In droves
and seTsral hundred hare arrived In Blsbee
Oaring ths last farty-eight Honrs. On
Thursday the Mexican authorities sent a
miner through the mines notifying; all
American miners that those who were
under suspicion of hiring atlisted the
troubls st Cananea and had openly sympa
thised with the striking Mexicans would
on the following dsy be placed under ar
rest. The result wss a general exodus of
Americana. It oan be reliably stated that
he American authorities bed leva that mem
bers of ths Western Federation of Miners
at Cananea secretly encouraged and ..betted
the strike and members of thin organisa
tion were the first to receive ths notice
to leave. As a consequence ths Mexican
authorities bare adoptad strong measures
to esforoa orders to return to work. Thurs
day morning seventy of ths ringleaders
were arrested and planed In jail. As soon
as It became known that these men were
In Jail ths Mexican miners began returning
to work and 1,100 mads application for
work at ths old wages.
Colonel W. C. Oxeene denies the report
thst the wages of the Mexican miners
have been Increased. In a signed state
ment Issued this afternoon ha says that
all ttie men resumed work under exactly
the same conditions as before, and further
more, no change In wages will be made
under any circumstances.
The number killed In ths riots will prob
ably never be known. Ths Mexican au
thorities burled the dead on Saturday and
Sunday night without any attempt at Iden
tification. The governor of Arlkona and Msxlcan
authorities have been requested to sand
official reports .to their respective govern
ments concerning ths taking of armed
forces of American volunteers to Cananea
Saturday morning by Governor Ysabel.
Incident of Aroel Americana,
Ths Associated Press correspondent, after
a personal Investigation of the matter ami
Interviews with officials of both sides of
the line, submits the following as a correct
version of the Incident which la now un
der Investigation by both governments:
Governor Tsabel arrived at Nscu at 6:30
a m. on June X. traveling In a special train.
The train stopped, ss usual, within Amer
ican territory. A number of srmed Amer
icana were gathered at the point where the
train stopped. Somebody who was known
to Governor l sabel approached him and In
troduced several men as employee of Bla
tee and Douglas mining companies, among
them being doctors, lawyers and others.
These men manifested a willingness to oo
company Governor Y sabel to Cananea. The
latter answered that he was on urgent busi
ness, thst he would cross the boundary
Una and on the Mexican side would speak
to them. Governor Ysabel croaasd the line
on foot and spoke to the customs house col
lectors, who Informed him of ths trouble
of the previous night. Governor Ysabel
went to the telegraph office and Inquired
for Instructions from Mexico City. Then he
communicated with Cananea and received
direct from Colonel Greene ths most alarm
ing news about the situation. Kears wer
entertained at Cananea that dynamite would
be used by the rioters. Colonel Greene re
ported that ths police were Insufficient,
etc In view of this Governor Tsabel asked
ths Mesjc&n customs officers to allow the
armed Americana to pass the Una, which was
agreed to. These men numbered shout JDft.
On arriving In Mexican territory Governor
Ysabel told the Amerloana that he had no
authority to allow ths pasaags of armed
men from American to Mexican soil, but In
view of the very alarming reports from
Cananea he was willing to take upon him
self ths responsibility of bringing the Amer
icans to Mexico. But before thst hs wanted
to know whether they were soldiers. Irregu
lar troops or what. To this reply was mads
that ths Americana were not soldiers, bnt
cltisens smploysd at the mining camps of
Blsbea and Douglas; thst the arms they
carried wero their personal property and
all of them came with the permission of
their chiefs. Governor Tsabel then stated
that while on Mexican soil they were under
tils Immediate orders and subject to Mex
ican law. All agreed to this. It Is known
that Governor Tsabel has praised to the
Mexican government the excel I on t behavior
of these men, who fulalled their promise of
returning home when their presence was
no longer needed st Cananea.
ORDERS TO QUIT NIOBRARA
Formal lastrartloas Come from Wif
Department for Abandon
seat of Fort.
The formal orders for ths absndonmsnt
of r'ort Niobrara have been received at
army headquarters and preparations are
now being made looking to the evacuation
ef the post. It is at present garrisoned
by eight companies of the Twenty-fifth
United States infantry, colored. This com.
mand will bs sent to points in Texas. The
abandonment of Fort Niobrara will begin
about July I.
Chief Quartermaster, Major M. Grsy
Zallnalct, of ths Department of the Mis
sourl, has been ordered to at ones ad
vertise for proposals for building new
walks and roadways at Fort Omaha. The
cost of these will approximate t-000.
The War department has directed thst
the bodies of all soldiers killed during the
battle of Wounded Knee, December SI,
ISM, be disinterred from the Wounded
Knee battlefield burying ground and sent
to the posts where their respective tegl
ments sre stationed snd reburied there.
This will Involve ths later removal cf
ths soldiers burled at Fort Nlbrara, fol
lowing the abandonment of that post, and
their reburlal In some national remotely,
possibly at Fort McPerson, Neb.
TTEXNA. June I. (Special Csbles-rem to
The P ) A n erproesinn of the views of
Prlneo Bohenlnha, the new prime minister,
win he found decidedly Interesting. Among
S1eT things be make the statement thst
the first tneasne dealt with by the gov
ernment win be electoral reform on a basis
ef trnrrersal suffrage. This, he said, should
not onry sir cltisens eriiisl rights, but
should sleo reform psrltamentsrlsm snd
furnish a si able basis for nstinnsl snd ,
International tranauini'y. j
If. the premier continued, an agreement,
ponld be reached between the national par
ties on the question of electorsl reform,
one might have grounds for hoping That
an agreement might be reached on other
matters of national concern. For this rea
son ths government would ue every effort
to bring to a successful Issue a scheme
of electoral reform.
Referring to Hungary, the premier s
ured the house that the government
would safeguard Austrian Interests with
the greatest energy, being firmly convinced
that a compromise fully satisfying both
parties could be attained If both sides
strovs to this end loyally and willingly;
but the agreement most cover all points
t Issue. Modifications In the present stnts
of things detrimental to Austria's Interest
were rigidly excluded. The government ex
pected to be loyally supported In this mat
ter In the chamber, and would not take
any step without the sanction of the house.
In regard to Internal administration.
the government would support the legiti
mate economic and social demands of Mil
nationalities. Tbo premier reaffirmed ths
government's Intention of straining every
"rve 10 bring about a compromise be
tween the parties regarding electoral re
forms, for ths solo aim of the government I
was to consolidate Austria, from a national
ana social point of view.
IMMIGRATION OFFICER WINKS
Hasslaa Jew Bxoladea fraas America
la Permitted to Ldro la
LONDON, June I. (Special Cablegram
to The Bee.) A curious case Is being
dealt with by the Grimsby Immigration
officials. Myer Rsblnovltch. a -Jewish
refugee from Russia, who had passed
through Grimsby and Liverpool on his
way to America, was not allowed to land
at New Tork because hs was . without
mesns. He was sent back to Hamburg,
and when his ship arrived at Grimsby on
the return journey he asked the Jewish
authorities to prevent his return to Rus
sia, where ha was afraid of being ahot.
Acting on Instructions from the homo
office, the officials allowed the man to land
as an alien just arriving In the country.
This ts the first time a rejected returned
transmigrant hss been permitted to land
and Jewish leaders are asking that this
should b done In every similar case.
If m'i 'S
H trYV d
n rr-ws.rj, . . w-ra
MANY DUELS FOR AUSTRIAN
Frleads of Iasalted Bsak Clerk Will
Exchange Shots with u
VIENNA, June I. Rlchsrd Zombory. a
well known Hungarian sportsman, residing
st Budapest, has placed himself In the po
sition of having to fight 151 duels as the
result of refusing to accept a challenge
from a bank clerk whom he Insulted.
On receipt of 4 challenge from tho latter
M. Zombory sent bsck word that the clerk's
social position precluded giving him the
usual satisfaction. Thereupon 160 officials
of the bank championed the cause of their
offended colleague and promptly challenged
M. Zombory. Six hundred and four sec
onds held a meeting last night and sr.
ranged for the duels to be fought with
pistols. The meetings will taks placs Bun
day, one after the other, until satisfaction
Is secured, one bullet being exchanged la
UNDERWRITERS PAYING CLAIMS
Mea Who Take Risk oa
hips Admit They
LONDON, June t. (Special Cablegram to
Tho Bee.) Underwriters of war risks on
ths captured American steamers Australia
and Montara. who have awaited documen
tary evidence before admitting liability,
have now practically all agreed to settle
tho claim for a total loss. The amount of
ths claim is nearly 6flfl,eoo. a consldersDle
portion of which had alnady been paid.
Heavy as the loss Is through this Japanese
capture. It might have been much worse,
for If the ateamers had had their full car
goes of skins on board the Insured value
would have been about 11,800,000. The un
derwriters taks over from the persons as
sured all rights for compensation against
the Japanese government.
SHORT SKIRTS FOR DANCERS
Daaclagr Masters aad Composers
Adopt Radical Rale for
Womea oa Floor.
IV Latest Addition to the
Great Hotels of the World
JOE WARREN TRIAL PUT OFF
Cass Agalast Alleged 1mmtr Robber
Postponed Bersan of
. Hayes Salt.
Ths case sgslnst Joe Wsrren, charged
with tbo robbery of Ne!s lAustsn's saloon,
will not come up before Judg.r Sutton un
til Wednesdsy. The trial of Mrs. Ms
Hayes has taken considerably longer, than
waa expected, causing tho delay In the
Attorney T. A. Holllster, who will repre
sent Warren, will file a motion to quash
ths Information on ths ground Wsrren
has already been placed li jeopardy oic
In the murder case. In which he was acquitted.
TWO THOUSAND TO COAST
Mora Htir Boat from Omaha Relief
Kaad to Bola Baa Fraa
elsoo, Tbs Ssn Francisco executive relief com
mittee met Saturday morning and au
thorised Treasurer Drake to remit 11,000
mora to the San Francteoo relief oommT..
tee. About I0 ts left to the treasurer's
bends, which Is expected to cover out
standing bills. A complete detailed re
port Is to b mads to ths puslto within
tbo next ten days.
PARIS, June . (Special Cablegram to
The Bee.) The International Academy of
Composers of the Dance and Dancing
Masters at lta annual conference decided,
among other things, that all women ought
to wear short skirts when dancing.
It was also agreed that Introductions ac
balls were unncessary, while a list of
dances which It wss declared fulfilled ill
the requirements of good taste wss drswn 1 -re paying Investments
up and included the "Vlennes Valse." the
"Parisian Qusdrllle." the "Paa Trols"
and the Rouae-Kaye."
Special Offer to June
Brides S Grooms
THK rEOri.KS HTORK offers one xrcllrd opportunities to
June Strides and 1 rooms In the way of furnishing their
homes complete. Lnrpce assortment, (roods of high quality
and desirability, prices that are consistent with the onallty of
the goods offered. If the brides and grooms-to-be will cH on
us, we will gldly extend to them the services of an ex peri cured
salesman, who will greally assist them In making their se
lections for their coxy little home. A little down and a little
every week or month will met-t your every obligation here.
Our Credit System Is the result of cnreful study and fore
thought it Is designed to foster the establishment of homes,
not to hinder them It was planned to hel;i the msn on
limited Inrome It will help YOU en It lias helped thousand
of others. . VOl'K CHK1UT IS (KK)I).
Three Rooms Furnished Complete for $74.50
TerxH: I74 Cash, ti M Per Msath.
Arctic Ice Cresm
Maple Lawn Rockers
Un Rockers, slst
sest and back, red
Chase Leather Couches,
oak frames, steel A A rf
special price mwewv
Pedestal Extension Tables, (exactly Ilk. Zml"'1 4Tn
cut), made In beautiful flake quarter
awed oak effect, large 4 2-Inch square
tops, with heavy rlnis, heavy square
pedestal base, neat design,
Terms, $1.00 Cash, 60c Per Week.
Rockers, quartered oak,
effect, cobbler or
wood seat, specisl ....
Iron Bed Outfits (exactly like cut), con
sisting of vernls martin Iron bed, a
suhstsntlal spring snd a cotton top anj
oott.im mattress witn layera ot puis
white cotton, special price
on tls outfit.
Tstxasi f 1.00 cask aad 60s per week.
Lion Brussels Rugs, 9-211-6, hand-
- some design, effective col
Terms: 91.00 rash and ftOc per week.
Brussels Carpet, beautiful patterns.
splendid quality, worth 90c,
special, per yard,
Tapestry Portieres, handsome striped
effects, worth $2.25, 'j am
special, per pair, J ijjj
cut) Made of
solid, ash, char
coal filling, slid
ing and adjust
Ice saver. Spe
fl Cash and
ftOc Per Week.
16122 & FARNAM STREETS, OMAHA.
The Peoples Furniture & Carpet Co. Established 1887.
actly like cut),
sides, back nnd
dash of aelected
tired wheela, ad
ing back and
parasol, easy to
price this week.
Terms tl Cash
too Per Woek.
NEW TAXES ARE NOT LIKED
Germaa Newspapers Complain of
Methods Takea o laereaso
BERLIN, June .-8peelal Cablegram to
The Bee. German newspspers are com
plaining bitterly of the action of the
Relchatag In pasaing the group of taaation
proposals introduced by the government for
meeting the recurring annuel deficits snd
for providing for the payment of the Im
The main proposals are for an lncress.-d
malt tas, a tax on cigarettes snd on rail
way tickets snd automobiles, snd. further,
a somewhst inadequate measure for levying
A NEW MOUNTAIN RAILWAY!
Its Highest Polat Will Reach esrly
ronrteen Thoaeand Fret Above
Switserlsnd Is the home of mountain
railways. Witii an area not larger than
one-third of the state of New York theTe
may be counted about 10U railways for
ths sole purpose of carrying passengers to
mountain tops vhrying In height from a
few thousand to ,( or 8.000 feet. The
month of August, 106, witnessed the open
ing of a way cariylnfc tourists even far
above these altitudes, beyond the clouds,
to 10.500 feet; and, when completed, its
highest point will reach nearly 14.000 feet
above the sea at the top of the famous
Jungfrau, ths queen of the Beroer Ober
land. There are other mountain rallwaya on
the globe attaining much higher altitudes
than even this, and on the Ovoya rallwiiy
of Peru I myself traveled a considerable
distance sbove ls.ouO fet; but most of these'
roads were built for the development of
commerce and mining Industries'. The
Swiss mountain railways, however, are al
most exclusively !u tho service of tourists
only, numbering in Switzerland .'.lone not
far from l.OOO.ono every year. They come
to admire the scenic wuitders of the little
country on the roof of Europe, or to seek
shelter against summer heal at the many
The majority of these mountain railway
country of mountains, Is consequently
some money to purchase a basket and be
gan to peddle shoe laces. How much do
you think he's worth today? Just make
Several large sums were mentioned ex
pectantly. "Wrong," said the clubman. "He isn't
worth a cent and he still owes for t lie
NICHOLS GETS THREE YEARS
Maa Who Kmhrssles Tvco Hasdred
Dollars Is Seat to the
Jsmes Nichols, convicted of embenllng
over lino of the funds of the I'nion Stock
Yards Employes' Relief asaocistlon, wan
sentenced to three years In the penlter
tiary by Judge Sutton fiat unlay morning
Ilia attorney, J. M. Macfarland, will carry
the case to the supreme court and seek
to secure a reversal of the verdict.
Juha Roblasoa Shows Here
On Monday, June IS.
This Is written for the numerous class of
old peoplu who tell you, alien you ask
thorn, that they are not going to the circus
that they are too old for that.
Maybe you think now you will not go to
tlie circus, but the chances are you will.
There's no getting around the fact that
it will be hot and stuffy In the "big top."
It is true that a strl of carpet doesn't
make a very effective cushion for huid
board. Two hours Is s long time to sit,
even In a "reserved seat." with an siled
back, snd rub elbows with other swelter-
NATIONAL LEAGUE OF WOMEN
Special Meeting Demands Senator
moot's Removal and Calls
. on President.
WASHINGTON. June . That Reed
Rtnoot of Vtsh should no longer be permit
ted to hold his sest In the I'nited States
senate was the unanimous-sentiment of the
National I-oegue of Woman's Organisations
declared at a specisl meeting In this dry
todsy. which was presided over by Mrs.
Frederick Sohoff of Philadelphia, who also
Is president of the mothers' congress.
resolutions were unanimously adopted re
citing among other things that Senator
8 moot "sits in the senate as an apostle of
polygamy snd the representative of a tres -enable
organisation," snd t'.erefors should
no longer "remain a member of Its boily
and participate in the. making of laws fir
i lie moral and patriotic guidance oil tlo
women and children of our beloved etiuSi
Later ths delegates proceeded to t
White House In a body and were received
by president Roosevelt.
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF WOMEN;
Meeting at St. Paal a --.a a gee to Held
Next Sessloa at James
' . ' town, Va.
also a country of water courses fed by the I to be very slmilsr to the one you saw last
Inexhaustible store of snow and Ice cover- j fl4r. jf, al right for mother and t!ie
Businsss propositions advertised la The
Bee go lots tho booses of tbo boat people.
MASON'S LAUNCH SWAMPED
Former Illinois sTaaor Has Karros
Kseano from Drowning .Near
PEORIA. III.. June . Rx-Senator Wil
liam EX Mason. W. E. Mason. Jr., snd a
party ea rout from Chicago to St. Louis
In ths launch Eleanor, had a narrow escape
from drowning thlj afternoon. The launch
ing many square miles of the Alpine chains.
Alaskan ice fields sre bedded In between
the paks right In live heart of Switzerland,
and although- a great deal has ben writ
ten shout the general recession of glaciers,
which In some instances smounts to IfO
and more feet year for year, such lonsej
are quite Insignificant compared with the
enormous extent of these Ice deposits. A
number of them hsve depths of sever.il
thousand feet, with millions of tons of
solid, hard-froien Ice, continually supplied
from fresh snowfalls sbove. They feed
Rhine and Rhone, Po and Danube during
the dry summer months, snd ths many
mountain streams of Hwltierlnnd, forming
beautiful rsscades snd falls and rapids,
furnish the power which carries tourists
In comfortable railway carriages to the
very tops from which they themselves
come They sre led to turbine pits, drive
wheels snd generators, snd are thus con
verted Into electric power. The 8w!s,
! having no coal deposits of their own, have
! become acknow ledged experts In this
' branch cf technical enginering. furnishing
; turbines snd electric plants for the whole
! world. Thus, for instance, the glgantto
I turbines at Niagara Palls, many of which
I generate forces of from 10.0T0 to 12.000
j horse power each, have been constructed
almoat without exception by Swiss firm.
FT. PACI Minn.. June I. Although th
le-neral Federation of Women's' Clubs d-
lng mortals. All the performance is liable I Journed last .night, the council met tod's y
snd decided to hold the next meeting of the
council, which tskes plsce between bi
ennial yesrs, at Jamestown,' W. Vs., In
April, lo7. They elso psssed a resolu
t'on commending President Roosevelt for
hs investigation ot the Chlcsgo packing
houses and urging congress to pass strin
gent remedial legislation.
children to go. If they enjoy that sort of
thing. They can go with the neighbors
and you devoutly hope they will havs a
Thst's shout the wsy you'll feel the
morning of the circus, ln't It, sin Id msn
of buelness? but you haven't yet got a
whiff of circus day atmosphere.
Wait till you get down town and see
whst sn esrly stsrt our friends from the
country hsve made on what Is to be s day
of solid enjoyment. Walt until you bump
Into the man with the red and blue
balloons, ths man with the lemo snd the
nan with the wienies. Walt till the sound
of the bsnd drsws yoa to the window and
holds you there while ths glittering
gorgeousnees of the psrade goea by.
That's ths time that many sensible re
stives on th circus proportion go to
psve the hot place. The whole business
Is a call back to boyhood. It is a call
that always thrills. Wow! Just llrten to
One can almost see you hastening home
to luncheon and telling the foika that the
crrwd Is going 16 be so big that you guess
you'll hsve to go and look after the chll.
lsft Peoria early In the sfternoon and near !
Pektn encountered a heavy head wtr.d and , Kortnao'o Wheel.
rough water which partially overturned ! "Ke that old chap?" remarked ths club- ! Wllhelm
tbs craft and filled it with water. The I mn, (oiu'.li.g out the window to an old
party struggled with the half-filled boat peddler, who carried a . basket of shoe
fur aa hour. Tbey finally reached shore i laces. "Well, he cam. to this country
sad returaed her. toalghk . j from Rwt'la tea jewif ago. Ha borrowed
The following marriage licensee
! heen lu-d
t Name and Residence.
jlvar Hruuu.e. SI. Joseph. Mo
Dorothy J. Carson. Omaha
E. Ruff. Omaha
Mljina. C. C. Hensen, Omaha ....
Arthur E. Atkinson. South Omaha i
alary T. Meidllnger, Omaha 2
Fred Brlxgs. South Omsha 17
Bcssis Bliss, boutU Omsha X
Best Valors at Kerr Hotel Woodstock,
It is the aim of the proprietor to give
hji patrons ss near honest value as is
compatible with first-class service and
homelike comfort, at the new steel-built.
fireproof Hotel Woodstock (126-1W Weat
FWty-third street, near Broadway, Times
or Long Acre aqua re.) The very heart of
the city. In the midst of ths Oieators,
clubs, etc. Adjacent to subway, "I." roads
and Broadway cars to sll ferries and rail
Lou lav ills Home-Coming f'elehratloa. !
Special party via The Northwestern Lias, '
11 p.- in. Jun. 11. Very attractive program ;
enroute. Only 1."5 round trip. Inquire ;
at "city 'offices, i"i-s Farnam St.
baa been enlarged aad la the best hotel
oa the lake. Cottages in concoction
with tho hotel. For reoervatloaa ad
dress THE INN, Okoboji, Uw
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