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TITF. OMAHA DAILY BEE: T1U KSDAY. NnYKMKKK . I'.mm,.
' POINTERS ABOUT MESSAGE'S.:;
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THE BEST NATURAL PURGATIVE WATER
la Bilious Attacks and Dtworden of tha Uvtr.
rk .unl the wnpiiu reii
urc. lh'- roan, with nthfie.
I l a.t t1 n B In the room.
. j Laborer I nmmlli a-ulclne.
Borne Tbino the Governor it Likely to F.r,,r m0,;ii,. a fuuhhs-ioh i i. r.
Call to Attention cf Leeiileten. , s found d.n.i in a imntn i jm.i at s,v-
enth H.nd M streets this mornine nod it.''
V FN EGLASSFUL A DOSE.
, SPARKLING APENTA
A Refreshing and Pleisant Aperient for Moroiaf Use.
Sole Expor" : THE APOLLIN ARIS CO., Ltd., London.
DEMOCRATS PLAN A WAITING GAME
rrnp.xr In Takr o Pari In llflnrm j
Legislation Ulna Ihr Hepal.llcnn I
Mrmbrra fall to Inrr)
indications nr-- tv
mratis of raiNd'u
took his own Ml- hv
acid. Tli- man w .1 i .
Irnni St. i:iiz:l I ll
LINCOLN. Nov. 14. tSpo'"MM-K'TUiu- ; 5-7.
ni"ndi'l"ns that the university lr j
umvu tu on. -hall null from 1
I the big contracts let l.y tin- State Hoard j Wver; A. ft.
' i'f l'uiilii' Lands ami ltulldings be Inv t- sti ail. Snlen
pita I. where lie had been :i snffet.
ineumnttsm Notnlng Is known n
DrlrSHtrR to llraluuae 4 onlrrrnrr
at the natlo
hrld nt Oklah
lilt": J '. GMItoh, Omaha, '.d'l Smith
rfnv-t- t'. W. Thornton.
.1. II uniphrev . Wood
Ki'ltn. l'alls City; P.. Iv Grln
!:. I. Good. Wahoo; Or. .1.
n.l : .1'. ivf.i it - i. -
I i-i ,i 1 ni'l. r .nt' it hs I ii'.lnii;
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I l ; .ii 1 m,; .ml ii.pl.'.v ::ie. n;
i';i. t he s. imiI
FIJI-: MNT- lh- nil"' i t
.i : i tu i .ti.ei i i . I.-. . .'. In.1
! I Jo" and S' M ' 7 .1 r .1 1
i r..ui)j I'l.e I m i u r . t-'l' 1 !
I 11' Ml 1 1 T I u s sc. I
VI oil tilled at I !"' i 'I I! ll", - I
ti i't .lill a Mil . r ov .1. d ra thi
i i h . il us . .; ."i nj. .': in.. ! i lh.
f i .ii .) , Mi : . i.i z. i - il.ilni; t ci ii
., , Ni:i;IS.SK. t'l l Y
t'"'v ' i'' 1 t !
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t i.i.t t.i. iL ii. .1
tli it suping ti'Hii 1 1 1 ' 1 ii i ii 1 1 1 i i . . 1 1 of ""' ! ff
to raluuar 4 onlrrrn.T. M . It and K U LI..I I- i. I hp 11.4 1!.- J
, . . . . , . i-'l waf M I iim riim; a n.jitl'.r -.1 if J
am the diM.-B.itit. at'l-infd hv ,,. ,. .. II, w ur- I t 3
Irkry to if-prr sent N-.-htnk.i ,v a w .!.. .im.I lour rliildr- n- ll 1
tui! tlraliiHfsr imfrn m-i . t.i l.r , Wlllla-n' and frank i.i Si:i l.tk.' Citv I f
ahonia City, okla . lv,.n-l.. v .';; r l " 'M
st. 1 .1 .
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Sun.l .1 V
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,,i I'.. In. i
111" I. otln
in (he City
1517 Farnam St.
hr i-ut J Tlilrty-ixth
mill; that ! Omaha; ( IihiI
i i: i ll ri A l ii: in w i. th. ,h ..isi i
; i t a l i d on tii. W .an i.m il' i -lull Sin i -.
In Inn lh it oi Hawing i ntntin I nr.
X'.'.'ir illi .lit III" 'o:- la.ti. At r fll I
WVlt will I..' Matii.n.il al SlIikv an. I
I i it ii n will I..' I., i i ki- rli- n: i In-
PLAN TO klLL LIBOR BUREAU
Movement to Aboliih Deprtmit Arouses
Oppoeitien ii Omiha.
RALLY AT THE OW.N LOVEJOY MEETING
'riilr lalrrlrd In I'rolfft ina. I'blld
I nnnr Inalitntlon A 111 l ight to
I'rrnrtii Labor lomiiila-
Ion at l.lui-oln.
Atiui.vd l.y ipporin that an -ffurt ili i
inad nt i no roininm fcCSHion ol lh lrylslu
Hiic u ahnlish tin- othi-e of lahor i-oinmis-
lotK'f. Omaha p-ojilu inl or-it ..a In the
i uf iri niriit i.r I lie child luhor lawn, will
mak" a i-pcdal rally nut of the met -ting
Thursday nlKht which will ho addressed
liy Uiirn Lovcjoy. field seerptary of the
National Child Luhor ciuiiiiiitt.f. l'nuual
flfoits arc bring made to set tho business
moil out at tho meeting ami the niomlier-
Ifct of thu h Kl.Hliiture will b" guestM at
a luncheon to be given for Mr. Love-Joy at
the Com.nerclal club rooms at noon Thurs
day. Those who are intercMcil in juvenllo
work declare thp effort to abolish the nfllce
ol' labor commiPMoiic r is a dlit-ct blow nt
the child lal.r law and Is Intended to
cripple the enforei ttienl nf t tie law. The
department, they nay, has been of (treat
as'lstance in enfoielnR this law mid the
i otMpulsot y ediK.ition law in Omaha. TIkv
.letlaic that while nihoi states ure mitU
lnT inot f strhiKont c I'uupulsot y edueallon
and child labor laws, this t-rTor;. if II u -.
ee.ls. would be r s'op backward lor N
brHjCca An (Von will be mad" in th i' B-i-datur"
to s. i;ure itiofe stringent laws
th aubjert of child la'
Th" .ii"si i v 1 1 "i i, -ad
ably will In dise iss d ;
a t t i;e 1 ii :ch- mi a i:.l
luff, to will, h lla' pni.li
Taft upon lil arrival on the Ifland and
prrformed mot of the work of dlparnilns
ths rebel rnddiers. He In took poeMon
of the -iban treasury and counted the oh
an turned It over to the Intervening o;-ftclJ.
tlgatcd, that the mananemetit of the State f. Neal. rem; A. M. Munn. Nebraska Clt
university t InveMinated Willi a view to ! O. V. J'. Stout. Lincoln; 1'. A Cai ieion.
putting this institution on a more busine- j Ti knmiih ; A. Pobann. Lincoln
like basl.; suggestinns regaidltic tie car-
rylnsi out of the pledge In the republican , llnrllnaton at North rintle.
Stat.- platforms- these are eoxe of the i NORTH PLATTE. Neb., Nov 11-iSp -thltis
which C.overnor Mickey Is con- 'eial.V-K. M. Writervclt. who has been in
itn- em. ii I "I I a in.- -i ad
il'lM.iii b rn ln iN. I., iin
I . MlK.'.sl i. Ml i.i tr.nhv. it
W hel l. f i I.i -l Mi " W III be p
nn n - AAIIIIAII
hAIYIIVi tnb UUI rvn UUUNUIL Uussed. n.. doubt.
f c,o ernor .Micnej-
templiitliiK for his biennial mesau" to the
next b Rlsl.mire. When asked iotjirdinn
his ii-ciimnie'idathins, tJmetnor Mi. k. y
"No i mo will know until the mes'-iy is
read to the legislature."
In previous con versa i iotis. however, th"
hl f executive has expressed hlnis-It on today. I he
I the above matters and they will be dis- ' J 'u' UtiBton
tow.i tor a few diys tisiastinir in. seeurlni;
ttBhi-of-w.iy for the Huvllncton railroad,
rcluiin d to Lincoln Sunday, bavini; his as
slsiant, Mr. Il.ikir. here to make mn th'
tl'tds and to Issue tlie drafts for the (wen
ty-throe tracts of laud purchased. Tin.
transfers ol these tracts wen rompl.ted
iheds running direct to tin
..oinpan v. . L. Lldei . Hit
l'.IW I'Kli i: I-"!- lh.
ea t .- Kt I a l i n rin o
Mi'Mle.l illvoi.c SUM .
1'. ;. . Mi. iv;is p, i .1 :
two '. Its a Co. ;i 11.1 i I
r. in.ii i I. .1 inii h. r
H a r a w-i. a 'id i
on la- ki i.iiTids i f . 1 1;
AKalll sin Ii.eatii" til.
). articul.it lv at ",5
11.1 l"liee til" ' tvl
Is n.n 'ii.'nn Ml
t main Mi o.' ll. a . L 1
io : ti
-i cit ha-- ii
I " 1 1 1 . ; 1 1 On
re.- 1 1 " '
npl wa lit.
- cpa r 1 1 loll . i . . ' - n ' 1 ' '
was ijr.cn di mi
Itv and n.'ii 1 1 . 1 l'
w .(.- ..I M i l inrtn
tirt.i an effort
In his niessae. When
wjs seiing his tirst
ml now Me- is in ll.
ask 1I1K f- 'I a l-ca I s. pa
NORTH ll.Alli: N
noon tli.- la-xinpoii and
bull teams1 will rl.iv on
.Mo!" than tin if.ii.il
111 the eom'litf amc b.
bill be Introduced
time tne governor
sue.i a ret cuntiM inlatimi. but tlu oush the
appeals of Chancellor Andrews Htid otheis
or an! coinpulsot y
i! l.'Kisl.iiioii i.rnb
t s nim lenutli both
1 the I'.iMht llleet
1s invit.d. It will
be hell at the
ball. .iDdse S i
tlieelilig on the
Hon iiHV i T
by the ba,i.--la I i e coiiraittee nf th
Soleix-o club, i.nd piemli. rs of t he
tore and a number of others inter
j'oiulilnn Coi;.t;e n Law
on will also address (he
ice 1 lor volunteer proba
" Itim-hcon will he Klveti
nil work w iil be tin ni-en's
onthreat Imnrovement lob Mem-
hrri Ar. on the War
At the regul.i" senil-niont lily tueeiinu of
the Southwest Improvement club Wearier
day evening at Tw entv-fourth and Iav"ti
wotth streets the inemliers extiressed tliem
selvta wfh ttrem vigor on whit w-ii i ptly
termed tne pusillanimous ami i.-iiuuii jlIy dvcl!neu , :lct Thl, v,.Hr th
eniiduct of the city official relative to I Kr.u)il HP!..smrn, n, , prt ,,',, Urgrr
the K1a,lliiK ..r Twenty-fourth street Ironi j ,t).1M wa, thpn 1(,rp ,s ,jtt. (lll). tl.
Ler'.venworth to Vinton Wree'. ; governor will at least call the at t -til inn
Leery member hud his hammer mil aim
w.u only too anxious to exhibit his ski!!
with the Instrument and idiarns ni.d
t'ounterchaiges tilled the atmospller It
was aaserled .vlth considrable how r,f
hoiil that the contractor had fail -J to ful
fill his contract with the city for th leaving
of the street and crosswalks. One m.n
l.e.1 sii.d that In some places the shlewslk
we 3 three feel In width where the is'KUla
ti um rciiuire ii width of six fe-l, and in
otn r placrs. where Hie walk wnu the full
width, such a bungling Job had been done
that the bricks were louse .Lid the walk
w..- worse than none at all.
Al'te: discussing the )Uestun pro and
c oi f- r a considerable period it was de-
iVil ;1 to appoint a committee t wiit upon
tl. c il'v engineer and to obtain nil ir.
leriiiation regarding the cuihiiiiX and diter
m th u paving which could '.e ohtnr.i.vl
a',d repori what action, if any. the city
itig.t'.er icti-.nied to take n;arJitn; the
damages lo the widewnlks of the abutting
pii)ev. S'e:;il members efpMS-'erJ them
sob. i s hi favor of hiritiK an a 'oi tH .- p.iiil
takilit; 'lecessary legal action to jr rr the
r- -ii-ii, 1 1 in-tit of lh" sj.irw-il'i al th x-t"-i
s-r id the city. Mr. ..ins- it. Mr.
Se!')i!el ami Mr. Hunrnian were th c i:i
mtitee appointed to int"rvlc'.' tin e ty ,-n-klila
i I .
I In ciiestion ol' linishln Hie layus, of
P.,,..., nil n"ii ... o., -tnpir
tr."n la a en w nri u 10 i-opp,". t-i -.iv i
give, i-i.iisi.ler.itii ii. An or i c.jp " ' .vast i
I two years i!:o directi i; Hi'.' lay- i
agent here for the Hurli
tions to purchase (he
I in :-t si in the oi; noedi
bglslntors to act him to introduc- a hill i hut If these tracts ennn
to hold down the university levy, owing to reasonable figure within
ll.o t.w.t.L.t.. aau..uu..,c.t.' t.. ,oi.nt..li a PallV' WMll lirnbablv hccilli Ii nm:i llni
the forty-day limit had expired, only upon I proceedings. The total so far expended Us ; ,v','' 1 ',f Vl'.is 'olin'y'
reoomniendalioii of the executive could the "'r .". in mo rase ot tne t litlstian i cured employment
It was sul.l at that inmcii. imiu-ii is mi one oi ine jots ii"-
onteinplated making I "Ireil. the company has asked the trustees
to select a suitable lot. and the company
will buy it and move Hi., church thereto
Some of the property owners ate holding
their real estate too high, and without
doubt condemnation proceedings will be
commenced against them, si r. Hak. r i -p-cts
to leave town toniftlit to finish up a
few deals in tho eastern pall of the state,
and he will then return and begin buying
the right-of-way between the oast line of
Lincoln county and North Plalie.
i 1 1
the ... al gr
int. r- ' is - in
Mil,, of the rixal
' 1 '" i between the two teams for several M'H
ington. has Instriie- ' p.(st. and th- f in t In t la.-t that I. xlngioii ff
other tw.ntv -three .has a stiongoi t.-ini this season than nsii .1. t.J
, ,h ; I the Is'earnev teM,m .let. at".l this yat by I
d b the emi panv. I Niiri 1,..iU, ,( 1V. ,..,, ,. ,,r,,,tc,i .v f
nit be bought at a , rfXMgi,ii and the r".-'ir''i" nines imli- J
ten davs the com- .oate that Hie two teams will hi veiy . venly Ij
-? l.u'1,1 til li, ue.
W A S I l Nl iTl 'N. Nov. II --Major Kugene
rnl.i. w ho !ius been In Cub i-inee she
1m glni.hi ol" Hie re -iTit revolution, has ro
tuned Washltigtcn end taken up IiI.j
tint lo." as assistant to the military secretary.
Mm Jo- I.add went to Cuba on private busi
n."f to look ai'tor some isiate. but was
promptly called into service by P"-r.-tary
inn oi the walks in iiuestioe., br.l u
ported that property owners wlih .n
dan .' ol pull with the tiowets Ini lo
ii'S. filed lo lay the wals as -i:tvd
of the legislature to the niattet
Driniicratlr l.ettiala tl e I'lana.
It Is reported on good authority that Un
democratic members of the next legislature
will keep their hands off of legislation and
allow the republicans to catty out their
platform without hindrance or without
help. One who is prominent in the affairs
j of the late defeated party said he Is'Iieveil
I there would be a lot of republicans who
would refuse to vole according to the plat
form of the republican party and that the
onlj- way needed laws could ! enacted
would he b- the union of good republicans
with the good democrats. He said it would
he another case like the president calling
democrats to his aid to get legislation
through the seiiale.
"I shall advise all democratic members
of the legislature to keep their hands off
rtf th.. t...ftol.ll..j... t.....n... r-t. l.-Alt'ti.!... "
I'-""- i-. coounts
lie said. "ir the republicans lind thej-
cannot use their ntnjnrlly to get the legis- j
lation den anded by the people, then I am i
in favor of the denoeraU; forcing the re- i
publicans lo suppot t democratic reform
measures and thus getting the credit for
the laws outs. Ives. I feel sitislied the
republicans alone cannot carrv' out the
program. They will be forced to support
measures introduced by democrats."
Brian Select a HiduI).
Treasurer-elect nr.d Mrs. l'.rian bft lor
home in Albion this cftemoon and
will return next week and select a house
preparatory to moving to Lincoln. Mi.
Brian has written to a man out in the
ma t. hod ill 1' rnln v s name
.1 I ; It i s. .11 w cut to
las; .-pring ami se
ll,, sn.re oi i:. c.
.Maro.l ll'.H. wlnlo be has since been em-
ployed lie soon formed the a. ..ll.lllll.lla
, of a (i. rnian girl named Chris. . na M. y i s.
, w'.ih whom be kept ...rnianv. ami tln'i-
Wet" to have 1 11 in 1 1 rn d la-t Satuiiliv
i ..ml . Nt tisiV" pi i par. 1 1 ions had be. n mad"
lor a big wedding. A" '"-I tunc t""
; y.niiic nam departed ami his w In i e 1 1. on ; s
tar. unknown, conseqien: ; v Hie weddinn
! has been indetinitely postponed.
CIIANI" lSLANli-tieorge Snyder, a me
ONE DAY ONLY
Thursday, .ov. 15, 8 A.M. n
We have purchased a manufacturer's line of Fur Coats
at a great discount, and we will offer them Thursday to
the public at less than they can be manufactured for.
We have only a few of each kind, so you will have TO
CALL EARLY TO SECURE ONE.
Sable Coney Box Fur Coats, worth $30.00 14. OS
Sable Coney Blouse Fur Coats, worth $35.00. . . .$17.98
Sable Coney Box Fur Coats, worth $40.00 $19.98
Sable Coney Blouse Fur Coats, worth $45.00. . .$22.98
Near Seal Coats, worth $45 $25.00
One Otter Coat, worth $150.00 $100.00
One Krimmer Coat, worth $85.00 $57.50
Two Siberian Squirrel Blouses, worth $100.00. .$G5.00
Sale Starts Tomorrow, Thursday, at 8:00 a. m.
! ilow- lie
the 1'nloii radllc budge gang
in his sle. p and ri ll out ol i
irv window'. l'ot 1 1 it in i I the win
selected in the bunding h
Laborers Mobbed l.y Companion.
; LKATRK'K. Neb.. Nov. 14.-(Speclal Teh
i gram.) James Sherra and Archie (itavos.
Lnlon 1'acillc laborers who arrived In the I n v
i city last night from Omaha and took up
I quarters nt the Butler hotel in company
! with James (.'loss, were robbed Inst nigh;
of J7U in cash. When they awoke this
j morning they found that Cross had tobb.il
them and fscaprd through a window. Tne
men have been woikng near Llkhorn
j Neb., and while in Oinaha drew their
1 led was ovr Hi" roof ol another bnlldmg
and the tall was one ol onlv four ' f""',
whereas the net window south would have
given loni a lull ol three times the dis- '
taiiee. lie broke an arm. but sustained ho
other in.iiuics. lb has f re.iietil ly engaged
in these somnambulistic performani es. but
before with serious results.
r:u xn isi.a XI The or.h r for the olos-
llo: of th. saloons nt 1'.' n'l lm k "very night
and lo keep them closed until o'clock 1
the nexi inoinlng is being strlelly enforced.
.Most of th" saloon keepers w Iconic me
ord.r. a minority of them only having
catered to an all night trade, it has been
Hie custom of :i,..st of them to remain
open -is long as trad" lasted, one ot these,
however, was not particular enough in
. Fredrick Berger Ik Co.
Cloaks, Suits. Furs, Skirts and Waists. 1517 Farnam St.
l....-i.,.T . ... .!...- i.nH W.is III
lhey tell in with Cross, who staled sled and lined V, and .osts I h" oiiv
; Ik was looking for work,
j to have been luyjng for i
he had not been a ppreln n.l"
by the ofliiers. who believe b,. will 1,
turn to Omaha In a few days.
f.eta even Ool of lOlghl.
HKAVKR CITV. Neb.. Nov. It. -(Special
Telegram.) Th" official returns of the
Twenty-ninth senatorial district were can
'nssed here today. A. Wilsey, repuhllctn,
received 4.K21 and I A. Sheridan, fuslonlst.
:!.71. WTlst v c.irrle.1 seven of the eight
counties. Sheridan receiving a majority of
llfteen in Gosper county.
( red Mora Take Hardware M,.k.
HUATltlCK. Neb.. Nov. H.-iSp. clal Tel.
gram.) The hardware store of l'ritz Ke.-
i iver L'Hi were
with an actual
deputy '""o ' creditors, who me in charg"
BOYS TAKEN OUT OF DISTRICT
'I wo touiigatera Koautl In il Stand
ami ( llellverluB Meaanae
lo I iider World.
I of the stock.
i di.-btcdnt ss is
.' n.lll t..
ill his ! "ff tl0 clHi,"H l tliM- oreditors.
rroliaiioii ttfflci-r B"ilisten and Assistant
I'arker liiaue a th senf Into the so-called
red light district Wednesday afternoon and
found Mike Kishklsh. a l;i-year-old boy.
and his jounger brothel working in a coal
stand ill the heart of the worst part of the
district. Mike, who has been in Juvenile
emu t several times, was taken betore Judg
state offering him the nlace of
treasurer but he doe nnt .vtu.nl .1 ri.nlv I Ul UH' "10-K. i lie amount of present lll-
I'lc 1 . ... , . . . 1 dobtcdness Ik nbi.itt ... 1 .1
iiniii nut wi'pii. ,-s. rourra, wno lias neon . ... ""o m.- more
head bookkeeper In tho treasurers office . " ren view of pnyln,
for v rul years, will be rctaiutd
..1.1 ,, M.. U..l.. -I t..
are old Hoone county friends and allies, t vevt. .j!,! "f, ' ra''"-
niiu o.-ioio i.-.ivuig 1110 ony mis uiiernooni iyons and vlcliiil.v nitd
the in vv treasurer said he expected to re-; recorded.
lain Mr. Fodreu. ', "'ATHICK Announeeiio lit was mad,
IM.uy Labcock is no, a candidate for . Ibe' ri Zy ' for uMic;;;:::,,;'1 ,' V
reapintnieiit. but will go Into b isiness I c"i:ber 1.
in i.ii-.i.iuii w iieu ins term expires. Mr. ! it..viiui r,-.v ugiii snow. 1 1.. 10 si .a
st. T. lay in
Ha boot k has not yet decided what he
front In Inspecting; 1)11.
State Oil Inspector Church put in the
I treasury today $1.1:11. 3x. the net receipts of
Ji.s office for October. The total receipts
--t It tl 1 vestt
Socura our prloea before you buy.
MT aall reliable FUWITTJRE and
CAKPIT3 at Juat one-half tba price i
tbay charge at Installment Btorea.
Sanitary Couch H nC I
all steel, just like .l-HO
the cot wiww
S Parlor Stand. fTfl a i
polished oak. like 53 II 11 B
"-Si- it J j
- - j - I
T v - C '- - . a
I j'f -;l 111
I. I il . . 5 H
Sutlon and his brother was sent home with aiiiouuie.j u, ami tne expenses or
I the deputies and office ainouned to Jl.li;.4L',
land it was only a medium month for oil,
Instructions to stay away. George Kish
klsh. father of the boys, runs a retail
coal establishment with the inmatea of the
resorts as his principal customers. He used
'he boys to deliver the coal. Mike declared-he
did not want to work down there,
but his father forced him to. He waa re
leaaed on a promise he would slay away
and go to school.
A messenger boy under IS years of age
was also found delivering a message In
the district. He waa ordered out and th"
company notified it would, be prosecuted If
It tierslsted in aendlng boys Into that part
Openloa; of the 'Zoo."
Al G. Barnes' "Zoo" will open at 11 o'clock
tomorrow forenoon, and performances will
be given hourly after 1:30 p. in. Two road
showa have been consolidated to form I hi
Omaha "Zoo." There are many Hons and
other wild beasts and very many more
ponies, dogs, monkeys and goats, all highly
: trained and presenting a highly meritorious
performance. The building, Uf7 Douglas
I etreet. has been entirely refitted for "oo"
purpoeee. The big steel arena Is on the
Allien t.eta Ilia jKulnrj,
tne piaie oarri or Finnic Ltands nn:
Buildings this afternoon allowed Dr. Alden.
former supu intendent of the Norfolk
asylum. Ji;:3 salary from the time he was
requested to resign by the governor until
ho actually got out of th- institution.
Superintendent Young, who was
In his place,
. the season, visited thl
Farmers say the niolstur.
llclu I to winter wheal.
LOl-ISVILI-K-Thc funo,;,! (Jf Aligns,
Wendt took plan; at the German el.un h
at i li. m. today. Mr. Wendt was ,,t
tli-. old settlers of this county.
OSC KOLA Because r two eas s of
; diphtheria in town, and the pupils u; th"
fourth room having in-eu exposed tbe
school board has deemed It advu-a'tili lo
dismiss for three weeks.
iailiniiiistr.iiit.il evidently means to sill it
I "HI -r". tin- ruling and to make it p.-r-I
tilt AN 1 ISI.ANi'-A strong lodge of Hi"
Knights ol I'olumbus was ..ruan zed in this
.-iiv Simiinv Willi John F. Matthews as
grand kn giii: John o Hara. deputy grand
: knight: Lev. W. Wolf, chaplain. .Ins. pn r.
j Mule n. cl.anet lint: I I .rue. nnancial s.-c
' relat"-; F. ' learv. lecord.-r: Thomas O'l.ior
i iiiaii. warden: Joseph Soiidermati. treasurer;
; J. I.. I'l'.irv. advocate; Kdward Costello.
I Inside g'C'rd; -Vuciisi r.aumauu. o.nsnl.
' g'liard: IL !. oKnae. M I.. Io!a:. and
' M. M. Kliuge. tiusii-os. lion. C. .1 Smyth
lot oinaha presided as toast mast or at a
I bampiot held ill the evening
present and inc lodge siaiis
membership ol fifty -rive.
liter lleiid Man's Shoes.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 11 Several proini-
neiii Gnat' mala us are eaiiuiuaies lor tut
' otliee mad" vacant l.y Hit death of Senor
I Jorge Miiiioz. the minister from that repub
' lie to Hi Fulled States. Antonio Bair. s
! and Jan Barri. s are among the candidates.
' honor Bat res lias had long experience in the
diplomatic set vice and has an extended ae-liuai.-.tatiee
In Wasliiiigiou 11" S' rved hi.
coiHdrv as minium t" Washington s.-veial
times withii. the lasi twenty years, is a
lawym ami is an in live noennpl sh. d
linguist. II" lived ninny years in Furop.
II repf. s.-nled his government al Hie re
el nt I'in-Aiiieiic.iii ct.ngre.-H at I!io J.m.ilo.
Scr.oi Barrios is the iioiiistm of f.irtigii al'
faim i:. Guat.-iimla ami has had an active
jf ' '-tpia.
l'or tin- balaiicp of tliis week will a siolirl Sterling Silver
Thiinlilf iree Ui fvory prrsun hrloging in their Jpw-lry- Watch r t'lork
Cop tirs or tluiso in:ilvingT n imrchase. No advaucp rnadi- in prlcps.
Best plated pin tongs 18c
B. st t'hit' d .i.'lat.s and i '.a .cliesou
Best plated scarf pin tongs.. 85c
Soldering rings 2Eo to 35c
Sizing Itinsrs smallet , C5c to ?5c
Sizing rings larger . . 35c to V5c
Sets in rings 85c and up
Soldering spectacles. 38c and 35c
Cleaning ordinary watt lies 91.50
Main Spring, wai ranted ... .91-50
Cleaning alarm t lock 50c
Cleaning y day striking clock.
Cleaning French striking clock,
Other ri'pnirs as low as couMstptil with pood material ami workman
ship. No oih' person will roceive num.' than one t Ulmblf, as our main
object is to set tlie greatest pumber of persons to call, :iud inspect our
Jiolidav stock, which is now complete and larger th;tn ever.
IT. B Kepnlr charges on low priced articles must be
paid la advance.
Schuyler will be established abo'ut January
, 1. The new route Is atioui a twenty-seven
FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER
l'artly Cloasly la Nebraska Today,
fair Tomorrow Part Inariy
WASHINGTON. Nov. 14.-KorecHst of the
weather for Thursday and Friday:
For Nebraska and Kansas Partly cloudy
Thursday; Friday fair.
For Iowa and Mlsouri Fartly cloudv
Thursday and Friday.
For South Dakota Partly cloudy Tkurs-
iinie trrp uriti will run east ot Schuyler
r..viniiiniiiiiii jor carriers will be bad snort.
BEATRII K The work of installing tin
heating plant in the Mary Young Men s
Christian association building was com
pleted yesterday. The plant cost nearlv
:i.mi and is oue of the best in the etai.-
ppoimeu i si.'lil vu,K-A petition s heinir i-b-en. ,
(lied a waiver to the salary. tat' d among the citizens of Schuyler ask-
,. , . . , , . : mg ine cny council to consider the matter
Pre,.arlu for Letal.ore t requiring proper fire escapes nn tC halls
The board relocated a number of the and opera houses. It is being liberally:
offices to make room for the legislative "Kned.
comnilttees. as follows: The state vctcti- . 7lKpMO?Tr'J h ,.uow '" ,,r d"". fl-
narlan moves to the office of the treasurer; hMnVa'fher'XV'wwk: Tho'Tru '
food commissioner to retain one room on In this oountj- Is above the average. I
the third floor; game warden and the trnv- l'ers are In demand and are getting mj
... ' " . ... to J cents per bushel. i
ellng llbrarj' to the offlc-.' of the secretary '. viiwrir m itto rt- o o r, , 1
. . . . .... ' i Mmlll I'LArTK Dr. S. S. Bucktier, one
of state; charity board to the office of the , nf the pioneer settlers of W allace, tiled
governor; railway commission will be ! on Thursday morning from i complication '
located permanently In the office of the I .fl'- t',1"!1'', 1 an" w held Friday!
. . ' " , afternoon. Tlie deceased was well known '
secretary of state. Secretary of State ! ln ,hr. BO,,th part of the county.
Galusha was authorized to secure bids on ' tM.'HFYLEK The faim of Jos ph lvtm,
repairing the legislative halls and for paper- nv" nille northeast of this city, a .luarur-
tng the house of repr.eentatlve. room. ; ZT? X'ZZ ZU'T .
Mart Howe After A.knilh'a Job. : at lb per acre, being the highest price i
Marl Howe, so it Is reported, is an appli- ! f'"''1 tur nny t'olfax county land. i
cant for the position o, commander of the JJ Vili:. !
Grand Island Soldiers' home. This post- I sight of one eye yesterday. In uriv ing
Hon Is now held by Superintendent Aekwith his pet goat he fell on a sharp stick, j
of Omaha. Mr. Askwlth was appointed to WJ, "1!!' 7X" '"1 !
.. - i . i,."i"b
Hankers Talk of Tut,
W ASHINGTON. Nov. II. The iin'siioii ol'
what amount of lux shall be imposed on
'.he proposed emergency eurre'irj- issue oc
cupied tlie attintion id the joint commit
tees nf the Ani'iicaii Banking association
and the N't w York Chamber of Cnniraei ee
.yj u,m o3T in i arlllCa.. aa
1. Drunkenness, Opinm, Morphine,
Cocaine and other drug' addictions are
C Therefore, sclent iti- medical treat
ment Is necessar.v.
3. In case of sickness, none but the
best shouhi be accepted.
t. Our treatment Is known the world
over, and has proved i'.s merits in over
6. We give value received, and that
is the reason w e are at I h" head in our
fi. The or 1- Keoley Institute In the
state of NoluaskH is locat.;d in Omaha,
day; Friday rain or snow.
this place by Governor Mickey about three
Repeal of Wolf Boaaty I r.rd.
Deputy Auditor Cook 1 In favor of re
: pealing the law which provides a bountv
I for wolf sralps. The Inst legislature ap
' proprijtod llj.timi for this purpose and this'
has I wo 1 1 used and there are now on file
i hi the auditor' . office claims uniounting to
$.1,.'(i. A letter was received by the deputy
Ol CASK, AS TOO XJXB.
and Carpet Go.
OFK1CK OF THE WBATIILP. Ml'KKAC .money as a woll
k' a j ii .- , ,wiv. ii. oim-iui rfcnru oi tem
perature anil pr-cltltatlon, c'impared wltli
the corresponding day of the last three
years: 1!;. 1J0C. 1S04. llKXi.
Maximum tempi future .. 4M nil D' 4S
Minluiuin teinperaiure ... '.'! ;I7 Wl ;tj
I Mean temperature M 44 41 U
1'roclpltalion ui .on .no .On
Teinnerature and nrecimiation deoartuns
from the normnl at Omaha since March 1.
iii j comparison with tr last Iwo ytara:
rii-ii.al leoirtet-tiliii-i. . V. i
Kxcess for Hie day 3 emploved as cook rushed Into the lounging
r. v. .-nil r iti.ir.ii 1......
Normal preirltaUon m inch
Deficiency for the nay ,o2 Inch
Precipitation since March 1 24 7.1 Inches
1 lelicleiicy for cor. period, 1IJ... 3 99 Inc hes
auditor this moniing asking if the- next
legislature would appropriate anv more
bounty. One man sent in
voucher and explained that he was out
hunting with a parly which killed eight
wolves. The hunter, however, did not send
In the scalps and so he thought In- would,
and get the money himself. His claim will
not even go before the legislature.
Draukru lnn Cauaea Scare.
Great excitement was caused at the Y.
w . t. a. rooms last nigni w hen a woman
1209-1 1-13 FARNAM STREET.
Dclleieney for for. period, l'.'l.i
Dedclency for cor. period. P.M..
Keporla from Stations at
Station and Siate Ten, p.
ot Weather at 7 n. m.
i 'h. yetitif, partly cloudy...
Kaisas Cltv. cloudy
North lla'ie. cloudy
H.pld I'liy. i - loud j"
SI. I Minis, cloud e
f. I '.nil. rloudy
Salt l-k City, part t l dy
T indi -a-. s
J ."4 Inches
. 4.51 inches
T 1. M.
.14 4 .laj
4 oii .0u
Al t4 ill
4 is T
41' no ...
44 4" T
4:-! 4ti CO
h! t: .ie
44 4N ..:
ii ru'iui at tne association building, screaming
loudly mat a man was atl.r her wit li a
hatchet. Men attracted by the screams
rushed Into tlie place and upon inyestigi.
tion It was found a workman, a little worse
for llipjor. had playfully threatened' to cut
the woman's head off with a hatchet, and
he laid come at her la a threatening man
ner. The excitement coled him off and
after profuse apologies on his part he went
trace of prei lpll.ttinn.
Kl.tJH. U-.el r'orecalr.
AN' OLl ami WKLL-TKIKI RKMCDY.
FOR fiVKR SIXTY VP A Kjj
KXB. WimiOWl BOOTSraTO ITBVf
has been nsm mr ov-ei n. t i Attr, .
MILLIONS of MoTHKHS I or iht-tr t'HIL
DRKN WHII.i; TKKTHING. WITH PER
FECT SCO KSiv IT SiHITHFS Ihe CHILD
SOFTF.NF tho lil'MS. ALLAYS all PAIN
CFRtS WIND COI.IC and Is the bt st
remedv for DIARRHOKA. Sold bv Drug
gists in every part of the worl.l. Be sure
ar.d ask for
.MKS. V1SI,4'S S(M)TIIIi SIKH
KFHTlt Little Ftltz Sfhweizer. oldest
ton of Philip echweizer ot this city, sw
lowed a small tin wnistie last night will
almost ratal results. a physician suc
ceeded n removing tho whistle and the lit
He fellow is none tho worse for Ids expt- i
Kl'lM'Vl.Kn-Stock shipments for the last
week from Schuyler are an follows: Three
carloads of hogs and two carloads of '
catUe to South Omaha, one carload of i
horper to St Louis and twelve carload of
cattle wt-r" shipped in by Wells-Hord com-pitnj-
for winter folding.
GRAND 1SLAND-J. F. Wallace was
yrsierday afternoon arraigned In the count v
court on the charge of manslaughter as u
result to his shooting W. w. Hillis in
l)iit-li billiard hall on Friday nlglil. The
bearing was continueil until Thuisduy and
Wallace was put under u bond of .,,).
LYONS Harvey Banta of this city and
Miss Anna Mundorf of Herman, Nab.,
weie united In marriage at Sioux City,
la., Tuesday morning. Judge Ferris per
forming; the it rcniouy. Tin- newly mar
1 ted couple departed at once tor Winne
bago, where the gloom has entered in busi
ness. BF.ATRICK Won! was reieiv.d hem
yestodjy from Topcka, Kan., anii'iiim-lm;
the death of Otho Whitney, the young sen
of Mr. and Mrs 1 1. I.. Whitney, tormer
I leaf i Ice residents. Tint remains will 1,,
Interred here Thursday. Dec-ased was
j-ears of ago and death was one to pen.
Al'BFRN The fit at snovv of the season
struck Ibis place luesday. v It cuninit nct-d '
snowing about 1' o'clock In ihe afternoon
and continued until v in the evening. There -was
about three inches. Tlie weal her was '
not cold, coneeeiuently the storm did Utile!
damage. It melted very fast Wnlm-sdi y .
and la nearly all gone.
fcl'STIS Old settlers In this I, -billy as-I
srt this years torn irop Is the largest In.
years. orr.? neioa are running troni fr'y
to ninety bushels per acre and the low. .(
i not under twenty bushels per acre Wimi
coin selling at J7 tents lh" farmer Is h ifjiv.
Winter wheal Is In exit lb nt c tniiitio,,. , ,
a large yield is expected.
NoRTH PLATTK The three blo.iiioi.iid.
at tli Jail were given a thoro.igii i ri -t I
Si.nilHV. a f. lore-l u.an In town aciing a '
.he Ijs'uv. 1'hv aiiimala luuk ila.j
Total IVcalth of ution.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 14 The total
wealth of the coi.ntry ln 1a"4 was 51iVM -'
tir..un. according to figures is sated b- the
I censi's bureau today. In lffKi the total
.wealth, wa.s S,T."Kl.l!i7; ln l!t. VA.82S..
A Skin c? Eeauty is a ;oy rorever,
1 lR. T. Felix Gouraud's Oriental
LJr Cream or Magical Beautlfler.
Ttennf.. Ttn, flniplet
t rrt-ale l"tll V.lciirs
, ana skid ii.mra
ana . vfi-y tieu,l.b
)on biMilV, ami tt
fir tt. ipttien. II
h iio..,l ttje tru.
t.f " Tir. ar
h .'i lnrir.lf. vt
t.i- rit lobe surrtt
i. i r f.'i -it ioa..u
A :tept cuct.'.llil'r
(.It of .a.ll-f
i ia.e. Pr. i,. A
Sore taid to I
!.ly ef tr. ha lt
I n i a p..' pi t '
At T I l.-.al
HlJ XlfV t l.ett-
I rec.-mn in'
nui-nittl'a r roam' at tVe t-t hirn-.f .1 ' I a I I'll
.kin nr.-l Hrauo: .." fr Mi 1 1 al. urticice. ar.i 1 nT
Uuods 1. :.t 10 thu L'..tiu Si J Cutla anil Europe
FK5.T.H0PKIS3, Pr: 3 Grrai J:hn S;r:ti. Kewtoai
. . . r ii'-" r . - - j cwm.
iu Stop Wkipping
A horse will po further on oats than a
I whip and live longer, too. Just so with
! your nerves. If vou are driving them
with stimulants btop it, FEED TIlL'M
NERVE tic MUSCLE TONIC
It will fill your vein.? with rich, red
blood; mnke you tat and aid digestion;
make solid flesh hJl strenhen your
nerves and mudcle.'i.
20 Days' Guaranteed Treatment $1.00
Send for a sais'e a-ia Ut ni 1rU yvu all about it
E. T. RICTTARDS
Station L Iox O. Chicago
KEELEY INSTITUTE, Omah?, Neb.
Cor. 25th end Cass Streets. Take Barney street oar from either tUpafc,
FINE ORIENTAL RUGS
We have just received two bales of Oriental Rugs from the
custom house, they being direct from Persia. Our prices
are reasonable and the rugs absolutely guaranteed. Cora
and see them.
J. I. Taminosian CEL Co.. 216 McCague Block. Omaha, Neb.
W ant Ad
Will rent that vacant
house, fill those vacant
rooms or secure board
. ers on short notice at
a very small cost.
Telephone Douglas 238
DEC OFFICII 17TH AND FARNAM STS.
i CURE S7
TuaSPJ FOR u u
ALL DISEASES AM) AILMUNTS OF MEN
Write l . and We Will L plain I.vi i-j tbin About Vour Cuiiditiou.
By tlie Old Reliable Dr. Searles & Searles
LAWN CI. METE BT
AITCHCm PENCE COMPANT,
307 M or til 17lil tit., Omaha.
1 tiahlished in Omaha for '.' S years. The many thou-
ands of cases cured Ly us nialies ua the most e
e;Unod Spe.:ialist tn the West, in all disc.teos an.
;liiK-tits of men. W e kno.v uM wh.r w ul cure uU and
t uie nuiclily.
We Cure You. Then You Pay Us Our Fee
We intUe no ints!edlr.g or tul.se statements, or ofar
ou cheap, worthleas tr. Jtiiient Om r i-utation and
i am an- loo tavoraU.iv known, rseiy . so we treat
ui: rc.iuta.ion Is at stake. Vour i..-.u:V :i' aad happu
i.-.-s is too sfriou.i a mailer to place 1.1 H.e lundn uf a
NAJIKI.K-iS liiiciult. H-.si ,1,., lore of ahditv
u Ih.-ir i,H'.V N AML IN 1 HI ll; I'd -INL.-S. We
tan efiect for everyono a lile-ioiig I THK.
rain ultat .0:;. Write for
l'or l.. .me I re it recti;..
. m sjyu.pioiu Liana
Ci. Searles I Series. 119 S. 14th, Cor. 1 4th & Courj.Sts.. Omaha, Kci
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