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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE; SATURDAY. 'AUGUST 11, J0O6.
Wantablc and Seasonable Goods
At cpea'al prices for Saturday shoppers. 25 Per
Cent Discount on every piece of Lawn and Porch
Furniture, Chairs, Settees, Tables and Swings, in
old hickory,, reed and weathered oak. Built for
utility, adaptability and beauty. There are many
warm days to come, and many summers to come.
Now's your chance to secure out-of-door comforts
at one-fourth off on prices already reasonable.
HAMMOCKS A large assortment at one
850 Tapestry Portieres Armure weaves. Heavy
fringe, top and bottom. The last of our jobbers
surplus stock. Sold up to $4.50 a pair. Q r
Saturday, each JuQ
Rugs Velvets and Axminsters (9x12) samples
used by our traveling men. (Not soiled. One
extra seam in the middle, $27.00 to fA AA
$32.00 value for 1.UU
Lightning Bread Knife Doesn't tear, it cuts hot
or cold bread and cake. Usually sells f f
for 25c Saturday IUC
ORCHARD & WILHELM
41446-18 South Sixteenth
PCLAJANES KILL SOLDIERS
Liontsnut Jamas, 8nrreon Snyder and
Collector Williams Tall In Leyt
OUTLAWS TAKE RIFLES AND AMMUNITION
T Mea Hare Haad-to-Haad FIsrM
wlta XatlTes, Making Good
Stand Aaralaat Saperlor
MANILA, Au. 10. First IJeutenant John
T. James and two privates of the Eighth
Infantry, with Contract Surgeon CtMn
Snyder and Internal Revenue Collector Wil
liams of Illinois, were killed yesterday
afternoon In a hand-to-hand fight with a
force of Fulajanes at Jullta, Island of
The detachment, which consisted of ton
men, was greatly outnumbered, but made a
gallant fight. The Pulajanes captured three
pistols, four Krng-Jorgensen rifles and SOO
rounds of ammunition.
Severs! Fights at Jallta.
WASHINGTON. Aug. 10-Jullta. where
Lieutenant Jamea and others were killed
by Pulnjancs, Is a barrio, or ward, of the
city or bin suen, which has been the scene
of three sirlous conflicts between the reg
ulare. the constabulary and the Pulajanes
within a few weeks. ;. Contract Surgeon
Cnlvln D. -Snyder was born in Baltimore,
Md., on July 16, 1S7S, and entered the mili
tary service on August It. ltOO. He hsd
been on duty , In the Phllipp:ne since De
cember S, 1900L Surgeon Snyder graduated
from the University . ot . Maryland Medical
school In 1HS.
First Lieutenant J. F. James was born
in Virginia on May t, MTU, and entered the
army from that state. He was commis
sioned second lieutenant In Eighth Infan
try on April 10, 1899, and was made a first
lieutenant on February 1. 1501.
The War department has received the
following dispatch from General Wood,
dated today at Manila:
First Lieutenant John F. James. Con
tract Surgeon Calvin D. Bnyder, Privates
William J. Gllllck and Matthles Zock, Com
pany F, Eighth Infantry, killed about
p. m., August I, nesr Jullta, Leyte, by
RICHMOND, Vs.. Aug. lO.-Lleutenant
John V. James, who was killed In the
Philippines, waa a Son of John F. James,
a tobacconist of Danville. He waa edu
cated at the Virginia Military Institute and
has a brother now at the United States
Shermaa Coaaty Pooall.te.
IOUP CITT, Neb.. Aug. la (Special Tel.
egram.) The populists of Sherman county
met In delegate convention In this city to
day. The following named persons were
elected aa delegatea to the state conven
tion: J. W. Holycroea, George Thompson,
O. W. B rammer, Thomas Donahue. F. X.
Badura, F. Schroll, W. C. Deterlch, C. J.
Sorensen. A. Dlckersori. H. Long. W. A.
Hayes, W. H. Hughes, J. U. Squires, N. T.
Daddow, E. H. Klttell, R. D. Hendrlckson,
J. H. Letnlnger and H. Greek. E. A.
Brown, editor and publisher of the Sher
man County Times-Independent, was nom
inated for representative to the state legis
lature and R, H. Mathew, a graduate of
the state university, was nominated for
WATCHES Frenser. 15th and Dodge St
1S.OO Omaha to ChlcaKO and Itetnra
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Tickets on sale August 11, 12 and 13.
Return limit, August n.
Tickets and Information at City Ticket
Office, li Farnnm St., Omaha.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fntr and Warmer Today and
Tomorrow In Xebr'aaka and
WASHINGTON. Aug. lO.-Forecast of the
weather for Saturday and Sunday:
For Nebraska, Kansas and South Dakota
Fair and warmer Saturday and Sunday.
For Iowa and Missouri-Fair Saturday
and Sunday, cooler Saturday, warmer Sun
dny. i i
For Colorado Local rains Saturday; Sun
day fair And warmer.
For Wyoming-Fair and warmer Satur
day; Sunday fair.
" l.oeal Record.
OFFirir riv tit -. ti . . .
OMAHA, Aug. R-Ofncial record of temper
ature and precipitation compared with the
toi responding, 4 of the last three year:
Maximum temperature. ... to w 75 72
Minimum temperature 67 72 55 57
Mean temperature 7 S3 hi 61
Precipitation 01 .00 .00 .10
Temperature and precipitation departure
from the" normal at Omaha since March 1,
and comparison with the last two years:
Deficiency for the day 0
Total deficiency since March 1, 1 "lS6
Normal precipitation u inch
Deficiency for the day 10 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 18.07 Inches
Deficiency since March 1. 190.itJ JJ.M Inches
Deficiency for cor. period I!.... 7.86 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period lo.... 2.90 Inches
Reports from Station at T P. M.
Station and State Temp. Max. Raln-
of Weather. 7 p. m. Temp. fall.
Bismarck, clear 78 S6 .00
Cheyenne, clear 74 80 .(0
Chicago, pt. cloudy 74 Si .0i
Davenport, pt. cloudy 80 84 .00
Denver, pt. cloudy ....SO 84 00
Havre, clear 90 92 00
Helena, clear 88 92 '.OO
Huron, clear 78 82 .08
Kansas City, cloudy 78 86 .01
North Platte, clear 72 86 . 74
Omaha, cloudy go 86 .01
Rapid City, clear 74 78 .00
St. Louis, pt. cloudy 82 88 T
St. Paul, clear 82 8 .0u
Salt Lake City, clear 90 96 T
Valentine, clear 74 80 .00
"T" Indicates trace of precipitation.
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecester.
PLENTY OF SPUDS IN SIGHT
Nebrukg This Tear Has 0er Eighty
Thotuand Aerei of Them.
ALFALFA ENOUGH FOR THE LIVE STOCK
Acreage af the Latter Crop Skews a
Material laerease Over Last Tear
. Wlaaett Caa Walt as Well
a Brow a.
LINCOLN, Aug. 10.-8peclal.)-Nelther
the people nor the live stock of Nebraska
will starve to death this winter, according
to the report of crop acreage made by the
county assessors to the state labor bureau1.
The reports show there has bern a decrease
In the acreage of potatoes, -but Just the
same there are planted In potatoes this year
I0.fr.'8 acres. Last year the potato crop cov
ered 89,271 acres. The alfalfa crop this year
consists of y.2,721 acres, against 315,714 acres
last year. The following table gives the
acreage of Irish potatoes and alfalfa by
County. Potatoes. Alfalfa.
Adams tc8 gr,J
Antelope 119 ",uM
Fanner 1M 578
Blaine m liK)
Hoone 9.$ 117
Box Butte 4,M 3J
Boyd . mo 1.6:
Brown 7ne 4.S8
Buffalo 1,112 27,-
Burt 743 l.MS
Butler 1,243 1.5.3
Cnss ;30 6
Cedar 862 1,8ns
Chae H1 1.098
Cherry 2.0H9 t,2t
Cheyenne 618 3.119
Clay 637 7,448
Colfax 821 1,119
Cuming 924 1.7M
Custer 1,811 19.6iu
Dakota 2,212 762
Dawes 2,725 J.M
Dawson 805 23.544
Deuel 3i!U 2.035
Dixon D78 1,420
Dodge 1,433 819
Douglas 2.221 1.640
Dundy 391 1.267
Fillmore 746 4.9;
Franklin 712 9.874
Frontier 972 2,082
Furnas "fiO 10.676
Onge 1.326 4.3C8
Ciarfleld 361 872
Gosper 472 1,827
Grant 5 64
Greeley 876 t.791
Hall , 899 12.126
Hamilton S"l 7.833
Harlan 7M 9.32'
Hayea 375 860
Hitchcock 4") 1,410
Holt 1.9 2,261
Howard 95 694
Jefferson 694 8,722
Johnson 622 1.379
Kearney 642 7,871
Keith 244 tail
Keya Paha SN5 1,S3
Kimball 161 991
Knox l.N 1565
Lancaster 2.650 y 2.2M
Lincoln 1.168 6.143
Logan 119 .108
Loup , 141 1.123
Madison 8-'S 2.119
Merrick 43 4.192
Nance 407 , 3,139
Namaha 593 2.414
Nuckolls 591 12.847
Otoe 1.065 819
Pawnee '. 520 1.389
Perkins 82 101
Phelps 481 4.408
Pierce "43 W0
Platte , 1H8 5,146
Polk .' 465 1.63X
Red Willow 934 7.148
Richardson ; 65 4,0n8
Rock T90 676
Ratine "47 3r6
Sarpr 1.206 1.6IS9
Saunders 1.291 1.77
Scott's Bluff 108 7.26R
Seward l." 2.199
Sheridan 6.36 2.600
Pherman ! 6.9S1
Plonx W 871
Stanton 506 ?.7k7
Thaver : 80 8.766
Thomas S3 . 2l
Thurston i6' . ITS
Vallev j. 52 1' '
w.ahlngton -.-1.3 S.SRfi
Wavne 8m m
Whster 891 1MW
York 1.0T6 4.f5?
Totals , 80.9W 83,721
Governor noes Mot Visit dnnrd.
Governor Mickey Is not feeling well today
and therefore cancelled his engagement to
go to Fort Riley to spend a day with the
National Guard boys. The governor ex
pects to spend Sunday In South Omaha and
deliver an address at the laying of the cor
ner stone of the new hospital.
Dtnensa Vest Pocket Delesratlons.
The politicians and others who are Inter
ested In the candidacy of Norris Brown for
United States senator are still anxiously
waiting for him to name that Buffalo
county delegation to the state convention.
Rumors continue to fly around that thi
delegation will be appointed according to
agreement and It Is because of this tie
attorney general is still carrying the dele
gation around In his white vest pocket.
In the meantime of course Dr. Wlnnett Is
still carrying hi delegation around, but
the doctor haa some excuse as Brown,
Judge Frost and the Journal-News, the
other fak; reformer, are trying to name It
for him. Dr. Wlnnett la a conservative
gentleman acd for some reason he la be-
SSSSfy-"" '11 t.&J j
m m . bmra -- .
We are a race of workers. '
Work requires brain, nerve, energy.
We glory in achievement.
To work and work with might and main, good food is
Although nearly every one eats soda crackers sometime,
yet there are a few people who do not consider their "true
value as an article of daily food. But it is now a recognized and
established fact that the soda cracker contains the most tissue, fat
and muscle forming elements of any article of food made from flour.
Great as is the value of the common soda cracker, yet it
is small in comparison with Uneeda Biscuit the most
wonderful soda cracker ever baked, and of which nearly
400,900,000 packages have been sold.
Uneeda BlSCUit the food of power, transmitting
as they do the elements so vital to our well-being, may in very
truth be called The Dynamo of the American People.6
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
ginning to realise that he. himself, should
have a hand In the naming so It will be a
Wlnnett rather than a fake reformer dele
gation. And besides, as one f the doc
tors friends said. Brown carried his dele
gation around for two months before Wln
nett got Into the race."
Fall fraaa Roof Fatal.
Allen Hurst, aged 40, fell from the roof
of a house which he Is erecting and was
Instantly killed. The accident occurred be
fore 7 o'clock this morning. Mr. Hurst,
who Is an old resident of the city,
was building for himself and family a new
residence adjoining his old one at Eleventh
anr Rose streets. He was afflicted with
a nervous ailment and Is supposed to hare
been seized and fell from the roof. His
nock was broken. He leaves a widow and
Governor Names Delegates.
Following Is a list of delegates ap
pointed by Governor John H. Mickey to
represent Nebraska at the Minnesota
state conference of charities and correc
tion, to be held at Red Wing, Mlnn No
vember 17, 1101;
Dr. and Mrs. A. Johnson, Rentrice: Prof.
R. K. Stewart, Omaha; Judge George A.
Day, Omaha; M. Bernstein. Omaha; rtev.
J. H. Presson, Milford; Mrs. L. VV. Pom
merene, Lincoln; Miss Sarah F. Harris,
Llirroln; C. K. Prevey, Lincoln; Brad P.
Cook, Lincoln; Rev. Joseph Running, Wct
Point; Mrs. Draper tlmlth, Omaha; Mrs.
Charlotte Fowler, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs.
John Davis, Lincoln; J. A. Piper, Lin
coln. The following delegates ' were ap
pointed by Governor John H. Mickey to
represent Nebraska at the National Prison
association, to be held at Albany, N. Y.,
September 15 to 20. 1908:
Hon. M. B. Reese. Warden and Mrs. A.
D Beemer, Sheriff Nicholas Ress. Mr. and
Mrs. E. C. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Piper. Rev. Luther P. Ludden, Mrs. Kmnvi
C. Johnston, L. Clark Obcrlles, Mrs. Angle
F. Newman, Dr. George W. Martin. IJn
coln; Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Hayward. Keur
ney; Mrs. A. J. Alhrlght, Milford; Mr.
and Mrs. George M. Natttnger. Sheriff J.
W. McDonald, .Alfred Millard, A. W.
Jeffries, Judge Hubert C. Herring, T.
Morris, Omaha; Dr. W. B. Kern, Hastings;
Sheriff A. Bauman, Jr., Fremont; I). C.
GlITord. West Point; Rev. Dr. P. C. John
KSOX DELEGATES IXSTRICTEU
Divided on Senator, for Sheldon for
Governor, Boyd for Cona-reas.
CENTER, Neb., Aug. 10.-(Bpeetnl Tele
gram.) The Knox county republican con
vention was held today and resulted In
the adoption of resolutions instructing the
state delegation to vote as a unit for
Sheldon for governor and the congressional
delegation was Instructed to vote as a unit
for the nomination of Hon. J. F. Boyd for
congressman from the Third district. The
state delegation was contingently divided
on the eenatorship. The following resolu
tions were adopted:
Be It resolved, by the Vepublleans of
Knox county, in convention assembled,
Thnt we endorse the candidacy of Hon.
George Sheldon of Cass county for governor
and instruct the delegation of Knox county
to the state convention to vote and wuk
for his nomination.
Resolved, That the delegation to the
state convention Is Instructed to divide the
vote to which Knox county is entitled be
tween Edward Rosewater and J. H. Millard
for t'nited States senator, and In case
either is not a candidate before said con
vention or shall appear to have no Chance
for the nomination they are Instructed to
cast the full vote of the county for the
Resolved, That we, the republicans of
Knox county, endorse the candidacy of
Hon.' J. Fi Boyd for congress, and instruct
the delegation from Knox county to the
Third district congressional convention to
vote for nnd use all honorable means at
their command to secure his nomination.
State Delegates S. Saunders, J. F. Wer
strand, W. H. Needham, W. W. Wallcott,
Ray Rlchmund, B. 8. Gnllagher, Gnorge
W. Chambers. J. J. Schmidt, Frank Nelson,
F. B. Banroden, B. A; Treak, Charles
Ruden, Frank Huffsmlth.
Congressional Delegates Frank Nelson,
F. W. Chambers, O. B. Berge. William
Wlsehendorff. W. A. Srnofleld. k. A. Le.
W. D. Funk. N. R. Ellis. B. W. Jones, Carl
Anderson. Theodore Blank, A. B. I-ognn,
W. B. Ballev, A. A. N. Bruce, W. A.
Messerve. H. D. StevengmT, B E. Mitchell.
Fr 8. Brooks.
Delegates were selected to the representa
WEST POINT. Neb., Aug. 10. (Special
Telegram.) The friends of E. Rosewater's
candidacy for the senate won out In the
West Point primaries today by a decisive
BLAIR, Neb.. Aug. . (Special Tele
gram.) The republican primaries held In
this county today were the hardest fought
ever held In this county. The country pre
cincts held theirs from 7 to 9 p. m. A
careful canvass of the city dolegates to
night gives Rosewater 14, Crounse 9. Her
man precinct Instructed for Rosewater and
Carrlgan for county attorney. Arlington
precinct Is solid for Rosewater but unln
structed. Returns from Ave precincts are
missing. While It Is thought the county
will he close on delegates for senator the
Indications are that Rosewater will have a
majority of the delegates In tomorrow's
convention. Carrlgan will have the ma
jority In tomorrow's convention for county
attorney from returns received tonight.
Mr. Crounse came in on the 3 o'clock train
and spent the afternoon In the city.
Bhanawar n Irrigation Congress.
SCOTT'S BLUFF. Neb.. Aug. 10.-(Spe-clal.)
O.' L. 8humway, Nebraska member
of the executive committee of the Na
tional Irrigation congress, who la also ex
ecutive chairman of the American Irriga
tion federation, urges Nebraska to have
a full representation at Boise, Idaho, Sep
tember 1 to S. The federation (effects a
permanent organisation on the 1st and the
congress meets the 3d to the 8th. It Is
desired to have Nebraska emphasise Its
Importance as a factor of the Irrigation
world. When projected enterprises are
complete our state will have over 500.000
acres under Irrigation, with possibilities
yet of considerable extension.
Governor Mickey has named a number
of delegates and commercial organizations
and municipalities have, In a few instances
The following. Issued by the permanent
officers of the congress, will show who are
-entitled to swell the number.
The personnel of the congress will be as
The permanent officers of the congress.
The president, vice president and mem
bers ot the cabinet.
Members of the I'nlted States senate and
house of representatives.
Governors of states and territories.
Members of state and territorial Irriga
Fifteen delegates appointed by the mayor
of each city In the United States of more
than 25.00) population.
Ten delegates appointed by the mayor of
each city in the United States of less than
Fivo delegates appointed by each board
of county commissioners In the I'nlted
Two delegate duly accredited by each
regularly organised agricultural or hor
ticultural society in the United States. "
Two delegates duly accredited by each
regularly organised society of engineers In
the United States.
Two delegates duly accredited by each
Irrigation company, Immigration society,
agricultural college and each college or
university havmg chairs ot hydraulic en
gineering or forestry In the United States.
Eadeavor Society at Plattamoata.
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb.. Aug. 10.-(Spe-
clal.) The Christian Endeavor society of
this district, comprising six counties south
of the Platte river, Is holding an
Interesting and Instructive convention In the
First Presbyterian church in this city.
The exercises commenced last evening with
song and devotional service, after which
Prof. E. I.. Rouse delivered a very cordial
address of welcome, which was responded
to by Rev. R. A. White of York. A social
hour a as then enjoyed.
Held for Robbery.
BEATRICE. Neb., Aug. 10. (Special Tel
egram.) Charged with drugging and rob
bing Richard B. Sheldon of Stuart, la., in
this city during the racing meeting, C. V,
Stors was held to the district court today
In the sum of ll.om bond. In default of
ball he wss remanded to the county Jail.
REMI.T It Donc.K V.II.L ItR CI.OR
Primaries In Two Itemalnlna Pre
rlnrts Will Decide It.
FREMONT. Neb., Aug. 10-(Spociai
The republican caucuses which will be held
in Cotterel and Union townships Saturday
evening will probably decide whether or
not Norris Brown get the Dodge county
delegation for senator. There are 171 dele,
gates In the convention. Of these there
are sixty-one unlnstructed anti-Brown men
from Fremont and sixteen from otitslde
precincts elected on a straight Issue of
Brown and nntl-Brown. 'Two precincts arc
reported as sending mixed delegations, so
that front present Indications neither side
will have a majority of more than five or
ten votes. In the First ward I. S. Wntts,
a colored man, was elected and Is the
first ot his race to have a seat in a re
publican county convention In this county.
The result In this city, especially In the
First ward, was a hard blow to the Brown
The democratic caucuses will be held this
evening. They have a half dosen legisla
tive aspirants, but no fight on hand. Their
Convention will be held Monday forenoon.
Coming; the Operator's Way.
ARAPAHOE, Neb., Aug. 10.-(Speclal
Telegram A peculiar and what might
have been a fatal circumstance happened
at the station yesterday. As No. 1 was
running through the yards at the usual
high rate of speed the mall clerk threw
the Arapihoe mnll off, which struck some
cream cans that lined the platform, one of
which was rolled on the track, nnd by the
great speed of the train was hurled at the
window of the depot used by the operators,
passing In on the east side and out on the
west. The day operator was at work at
the key at the time and the can barely
missed his head. Both window frames and
glass were wrecked.
News of Nebraska.
BEATRICE Rev. J. E. Toungand a
party of ten land seekers went to Medi
cine Hat. Canada.
BEATRICE J. P. Turner of Dubois, Neb.,
was here today looking for his wife, who
disappeared from home several days ago.
BEATRICE Dr. Browder, who suffered
a stroke of paralysis recently and who it
was thought could not recover, is improv
ing. ' BEATRICE The Church of God people
have purchased the Second Presbyterian
church property In West Beatrice and will
hold services In the building Just as soon
as It can be put In proper shape.
BEATRICE The Central Labor union
held a largely attended meeting last even
ing and accepted tho invitation of tne
unions of Lincoln to participate In the
Labor day exercises at thai place.
BEATRICE Robert Jones and Gus Mar
quardt have rented the Fenton block nt
Wymore and will soon open up a new
furniture store at that place. They went
to Omaha yesterday to purchase their
HOWELLS Anton W. Rlndelar "of
Howella and Miss Anna Fiala of Schuy
ler, were married at the home ot the
bride's parents at Schuyler yestorday
afternoon. Rev. Father McCarthy ofll
BEATRICE The funeral services over
the remains of Horace Scudder, who died
In Denver Tuesday morning, were held
here this afternoon at 4 o'cl'ck from the
home of his mother. Dr. Julia Starr, under
the auspices of the Order of K.ks.
ST. PAUL Tho dwelling house of Mr.
Iwls Plumb, about four miles cast of
here, with all Its contents was consumed
by Are yesterday noon. Loss about 11,000
with $400 Insurance. A defective Hue
la claimed to have caused the fire.
COLUMBUS Miss Maggie Ryan, the
eldest daurhter of Mr. and Mrs. M. J.
Ryan, and Will Shark were Joined In holy
bonds of matrimony on Wednesday even
ing, Rev. L. ivi. urlgsby, pastor of the
rirst Methodist church of Osceola, per
formed the ceremony.-
BEATRICE Mrs. Augusta Engler of St.
Louis died last evening at the home of
her granddaughter, Mrs. C. S. Broinmer,
nine, miles northwest of Beatrice, where
sho has been visiting for the last Ave
months, aged X3 years. - Heart disease waa
the cause of her death.
BEATRICE The Board of Supervisors
was In session yesterday for a snort time
and listened to addresses by Attorneys
Bibb and Dobbs relative to reducing tne
tax levy. The board adjourned to Satur
day afternoon, when It will make the
annual levy for the county.
COLUMBUS Mrs. H. J. Hudson, widow
of the late Judge Hudson,, who was so
well known in his long Hie In the state.
Is very ill at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. C. E. Pollock on West Fourteenth
street. She is nearly 80 years old and
was among the first settlers of Columbus
and Platte county. v
PLATTSMOUTH Prof. E. L. Rouse,
superintendent of the Plattsmouth
schools, has decided to be a condldate for
the ofllce of state superlntenaem of pub
lic instruction before the state demo
cratic convention In Lincoln next week.
Cass county now has two candidates for
nomination to fill state, oftices.
PLATTSMOUTH The probabilities now
are that the foot and wagon bridge which
crosses the Platte river near Louisville
will not be repaired soon, as tho count
commissioners refused to accept either of
the bids. That of Sheeley tt 'Co. was
314.000, about twice the amount that the
board expected that It would be.
RULO The 12-year-old dnughter o
John 8. Wilson, who lives about six miles
southwest of here, got her skull fraciurvu
In a runaway this morning. Her condi
tion is very serious and her recovery is
doubtful. Mr. Wilson lives on the V. A.
Margrave ranch, the owner of which ws
killed from the effects of a runaway
FREMONT W. J. Yost, who has for
the last fifteen years been suffering from
locomotor ataxia and for three years per
fectly helpless, died here yesterday at the
age of 49. Before he waa taken sick he
was very prominent In a number of fra
ternities and was district manager of the
Singer Sewing Machine company. He is
survived by a widow.
BEATRICE Another chapter was arkied
In the Terry-Johnson case today, when
Seth Terry was appointed guardian of Erne
Johnson, the little daughter of J. Alfred
Johnson of Villlsca, la., whom the Terry s
recently prevented from Joining her fatnoi
by habeas corpus proceedings. The con
tempt cases and the action taken today will
come before Judge Kelligar I p. district court
I BEATRICE Secretary Shults of the Be
atrice Commercial club has received u
letter from Mr. McSweeney of Kansas
City stating that he would tie here In a
few days to figure on selecting a site for
the proposed new packing plant and issue
the W.0u0 In bonds purchased by Beatrice
residents. It Is thought the plant will be
located along the Blue river about two
miles southeast of the city, In the vicinity
of the old paper mill plant.
FALLS CITY Yesterday morning the
case of Joe Burns, who was arrested sev
eral weeks ago, charged with trapping
fish In the Nemaha river, was tried before
County Judge Uagnon. This Is the second
hearing of the cu.se In the county court,
the Jury being unable to agree at the
first trial. Yesterday afternoon the- Jury
brought In a verdict of guilty and the
Judge fined Burns t- whlrh was the
smallest amount possible. The case wlil
be taken to the district court.
staM-ai 1 1 m 11 ia n muni iiiiiirawMgnMs-Hiii
A Suit Cass
Is a handy
$.1 !.5o wicker
B e a u t I ful
med, tnelu 1
END OF THE SEASON
tor Tnium riRisHiG buyers
If your supply of warm weather ne. ev
eltlPH la giving out we offer p. ilnul
opportunity to supply your needs at
prices In keeping with the marvelous
thnt have been In force here during
the psst month.
out H ItMSlllMJ ;H)1S DKPT.
must be free from odds nnd ends as
our half-price suit sale h.n made our
clothlnR department. We quote prices
that should bring about the results In a
NO IMAGINAUV YAM K.S
Simply cleaning up prices on what ta
1 e r h a p s
tion will be
ed 11 nd you
will need a
IT YOU po
We offer you
a b s o lutely
the best val
ues In Ont.t
lia, at from
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS ftT HALF PRICE
E. & W. Pure
Broken lots, but we have all sixes In many patterns.
Star and Munhattar
I Tria'TVPiR Choice of several hundred rich, lustrous ar A I
I lllAillf LiilV silks, our resular 50c and 75c klud, for jC I
HA HOSE Choice of our )rA I OHDIXWIlia Salmon, pink or
y 1 fl. 1 . pinna ano ornwers
for I . an unusual value, i,er
3 pairs for S1.00 I garment
RE I Xfv Black or brown, elRttntly finished brass
Remember early buyers have larger assortments to choose from.
ST. PAUL M
AND RETURN VIA
TICKETS ON SALE
AUGUST 11th to 13th INCLUSIVE
August 31st With Extension Privilege
Leave Omaha 8:30 P.M. 7:45 A.M.
Arrive St. Paul 7:20 A.M. 6:42 P.M.
Arrive Minneapolis 8:00 A.M. 7:15 P.M.
ELECTRIC LIGHTED TRAINS FINEST EQUIPMENT
- Tickets and Information at
1512 Farnam St.,
Union Station, Omaha
MW Min would Mbk Al
Ifas ai-tiili sra inui bWars ri by Um
C t u f e O
S"a n i k ma uki ia sf
Jima. mkmt a? trctt Ijt m ttovm linnilf
I.60 AND MORE
tlotTT, ataaonv a eo.
Suppose you inquire.
You will be surprised
how IHtle it will cost.
Functional order In thosa organs that havs became weak, run down and ln
w S'J'i" 5i.KIorm.lnT 'neton In a normal way WHY Ol'R THBATS
MU.NT CLRE8: It Is looal, direct and effective In this, that It rs-eatabllahea
tha natural order of things. This Is mainly due to the fact that we personally
conduct the treatment and see and know that each application has the desired
effect. There Is no guess work In our egamlnaUona. for they ar so searching
that we are positive of the exact cause before beginning treatment.
VARICOCELE W .ou.r "YI1 oompletely In 4 to I days. Our treat-
the reputlv.my.t.m.Pln', nd n that W1U pr'erve an1 'l""h
STRICTURE Thr no wh treatment to our knowledge which wUl per.
" ' ' T, manently remove all soreness. Inflammation, oallous or harrow,
ing conditions of stricture. It Is most cleanly and perfect and oompletely oures.
Functional Decline 0ur. treatment for functional decline or "weakneea,"
in t,,?, , 'r4 by m- tia result of years' special work
in funotlonal disorders. The results we obtain are by direct methods and are
not In common use. "
Investigate and learn that our word la as good as oar bond, our -financial
standing is solid, and that our lone eper1enc In treating
special diaraaea of men insures yon of modern, scientific treatment that
wiU accomplish desirable results In all curable case.
k?!!- in, fT' cpnn1n'J and invited. A peraonal. thorough and
rS2.,.?ln"on ' rlul:J- Write for Information. Term, are always
stable charges! convenlenc of anyon PP'y" tor treatment, and very raa!
NORTHWESTERN MEDICAL & SURGICAL INSTITUTE,
NORTHWEST COH. 13TH AXD FARNAM BTS OAHA, MfiU.
Rtar.Manhnttan and Herg-
hwanson Pcliil, rmm
regulss' price I Til
II so. for 1 av
Of iflin inntiil a
buckles, vastly different from th ordinary quarter kind, A l(
a i -
By the Old Reliable Dr. Searles & Searlea.
Established in Omaha for IS vears The
of cases cured I) v us make ns the moat exierienced Soc
ialists In the West, In all disease, and ailments of men.
We know Just what will cure you and cure quickly.
WE CI RE VOr. THEN VOf FAY I h Ol K t EE.
We make no misleading or false statement., or offer you
cheap, worthless treatment. Our reputation and name
are too favorably known, every owe we treat, our reputa
tion la at slake. Your health, life and hepplne.s Is to
serious a matter to place In the hand, of a "NAMK
I.K83" IKM'ToR. Honest doctor, of ability us thoir
OWN NAME JN THEIfl HI S1NKHH. We rp effect fv
veryone a life-long CX'RK for Weak. Nrrf.ni M.-a
Varicocele trouble.. Nervous Peblllly. bLood Prison,
f-rnetatla troubles. Kidney. Bladder, WAHTINO WKAK
NKSS. Hydrocele, Chronic Diseases, Contracted Diseases,
Stomach and Bkln Disease.
fr-J 3 elimination and consultation. Write for
a a-. S-. flvinritnm Rlnnlr fr.r hum. Ir.ntm.nl
DR. eEAJat A &ARLE8, lftb Mid Lotigliu bireett, Oui:Um. Acbra.ka.
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