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TMi: OMATIA DAILY RTIE: TimPAY. XOYKMT.ET? 1... V.mhI
RAISE FOR RAILWAY CLERKSi
Meri P,y Orde-sd br .l.rrimtn for
Uider Huadrpd Koith.
INCREASE WILL BE TEN f ER CENT
' ti I'm I flr I. rant. Ten IVr Cent to
Ml Telcarn lh Operators On
K'll" Itl. K.im i:j the salaties of
1 1 .1 1 I i I . ; a n ssllil uf lail-
i.nr-' 1 tn In hi. id soon.
tie- a-ll ill. r has
a 1 1 1 ; 1 1 1 r of tune
li a ithorii.ng
ami II Is only
m. i r
! sMi-dule ImntiiK ant :lvr on
' man nml Fnvi t lu i ij Pi ill. s in, J
.'tl uf ll. Is tiM-iu. l'r. si. lent I.i icy
-"J i'.' . Fe leccntly v,is ijU..Ud .-.
... sl:.it;r saJarles would he i.ns.,1 ..ii
S'..'i. IV ami I!..- S.tl l;-t road-,
''iks cm railroads gem rally l,u-, c I,
- a I'l.-.i Willi t ,i ir salaties I .- H
' in. I l.i : i i quarter. New ij leans
'' '-ualia. in:i,aif. tin y Lave dis-
i ' H i- aih I -.ability f making 't"tn.i'i !
. ... r,. t. . Al Now Orlentis tl(. s. ,,u
i. r ,t i,,iliy.,l ii,t a tangible n oi nil.-.
Wiiil' Hi,- tjillrna.ls ;il! over tlie country
l,iv been miking millions unil paying itn
i r-'- divid-iM". :h well as making vaM
1'iiproi en-rnts nil along the linn, the p.iy
r tl.c Ucrk anil the iixn who get $") or
ns a month las not been raised, hut in
main- instances Is le-s than It sonic
j oisr ago.
II Is understood the raise will he in per
i..t nnd Ik not at this time to apply I"
the Imlnmpii, whose puv i- governed. In
ninny Instances, liy ngicrimnts with the
ut. i mis to which they belong, hut to clerks
in hradiivurtcts And stations along the
liti" arid employes In g.nrial.
Oencisl Manager MohN-r Ik in Pottland
on tin extended hiiMtie.- i trip an, I i not i x
pected lionv until Horn.- tlnir nxt (-!;.
It is known. Iuuvcm r. lii id. a in ii1hhk
to he as lihrral as im.sihli. with tin- nun
under hliii. and if ;hr otln-r I l.ii iiiiian Hp. s
i-f to rulP th p.iy of the lrrk. .Mr.
Moaler will not hy tb.1 ono t. slunU in th-j
way on tlio I.'uion rnollic.
rtrn t i- r),' .).: KrA'v it.
i m t".n sy' 'iv V 'v a.i
j WAR ON IUITUS Al) SCHEME
(1 ! K.'T-n?'at B?iii by Gjieramint t Prs-
Tiut This Clan of Advirtiiiir.
HLLD AS CONTRARY TO POSTAL LAWS
aiSian.;rd fr-iu . v'.Tk'5-i 1
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dire, t y..it. ,J
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Order 1 lsnril h tin- l)riHrlnirnt at
W i h I u to n Ki-ttlitB forth tlir
t hnrnrtrr of flir Oh
! pur: ni'-nt I t . i : l'i :'"t
. to-- i in, p. hi n.Ht t tivrviv iH f.-lir-nv .ip
iru.K ii. S'.r.i" p.'l a ! and lvwypapcts
.1 hi;. i.k i: oil .! p..-.;iM. oil th l.asis
I lii.i; lii - iuil.lii.itl.il: ut mi. h a.! rrtist innts
i.- lontraiy ! th. luh-s el lh'- poftal
k3 1 . 'it' -.. .i. p.u t in. nt
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for tin- itisi rt
l a ml i i ipnr. t h
at ions. I r
t.. pay a
Ml of till-
i tii-n- is no
I voiiiioi.s or
Mlrrl tlllip till-
Honln in .i.
CROWDS VIEW FAMOUS PASSiE
Tropic "iff for Thfmflifi Orlaliml
r.ildfnrr of llrinooriit' t otn
Mnr nltli Railroads.
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TT1 TTTTT Tl ff Tl T A TT T TI .l -M,n
jTOur wonaerrai uai waiKBSi-
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has r.-iic-i .1
f.'ntnnilsstona to Operator.
! r"fKnHnt-0 of a pinro liheral polU y tlir
l iilon tarillc Rallroiul inmpaiiy has 1-
I.Id t araitt thts Mori uplift s rmploynl
.m Itt lines b' twron Ihnnha nnd Ui'ii M
). r (Mit tomniiswon on all Wrstevn t'tilnn
Telrnraph i-ompstiy Inisinoss handled by
them at thp vurloua Stations, the HggrPK-atf
anioiint of thn iirentage not to exced $I.i
per month. This has hern a hone of i on
ti ttlion for years hetwern the employes and
tin; enmpany, pot only on the I'tilon Ta
i ilio, hut on railroad lines all over the
' "iintry. It Iihs heen considered at various
times hy the Order of Kulltoad Telegra
ph. .ps and on different lines has been made
a part of th telrgraphsrs.' schednle. Ilere
totore the railroad telegraph operators hnve
In ' n lined to handle this hn?i:-.rss and to
iissninn the ri'ponsihility connevted tlnri'
Mith without any remuneration a.-ldc from
th. ir ivgular salarhi.
Dmmrr of Itntr War In Iowa.
A rate war Is imminent In Iowa. It is
alleged the Iluilington and Great Northern i
h.ne attempted to ent rates from points in
low. i to Si. la ill and Minneapolis and lhi
Intli in line with the redueed rates put into
i ff i i in .Minnesota by the railroad ami
warehouse loiiunlhslon of that state from
ill points within the state. A protest has
count troin the Noi thwesti-rn and Milwau
kee. President Hill of the Great Northern
ari First Vi.e 1'resldenl Miller of the
P.ui iitip'on hud an all-day session Monday,
but il eouhl not he learned what the out
Th" l illto iil anil warehouse commission
of .Mint.' Mita ucnnify iir1e a reduction of
the rales within Hie state averaging &
p. i- lint Hy nii'uns of this reduction Mr.
I .1 loot
HailiiHy nlf h ami IV-rsoniils.
1"'. O. Mehlioir. general manager of
Tvoi'k Island, passed through Omaha lot
west Tuesday night.
l ine ol' 11." I'liicago nr .1 sp.-ip' r-. i:i ligin -lug
inn th. Li'ior shertaLT.- in tie- n . st. lias
istiniafd thn at I". is' i.i ihi ad. iit i. nial lien
ii. mid he 1 1 . u 1 1' I i.i -ati"ti the ij. it;in
tl the oiit i in t ..ti the ariou hti's
lion un.li : , oi,t i in ; i.iii.
. pas-i -.-ii r ttatli nta-.ag.-r of
!; .--1 1 1 1 si. K. in i.i I freight
. V al" I' y. gen. nil pas
1. It W .!!'..-, I. ,v -rtiooti t- V
, istii n . 1! I., .mi h. al ti r whuii
i n I . A.-i'iI.i "1 li lid " t 1 1 Si' ' i
,1' iv eilt-i.lt
"i!. I . if it ii r I " intiiii: 'uperin
I 'tin. n raeilii-itr Kilts. Kan.
to h.-eoliii. l.tldKe itl-lilieiM- if
Iloek llnnd. His ollit- has he n nhol-
Isleil and the I'lrisihet i. ,ii ol A. I. r.illn.l.
assislant sup, 1 intend" !;: at Kansas I M. .
, has li... n f mUd ove,- the w st-ru distrh t
and bran, lies.
Alexander W. W'hltt Toi l has resigned as
supi ritilenili nt ot ti,.- 1'uior I'ti'itie shops
, at i 'in. ill. i and If. tam el. g. tnral lori tit. in.
ha-i iiei-n aiiiointeil to ihe p. siiion In his
pi .nr. Mr. Slovti will he sin ded as gen-
iral foreman hy I :. 1". Fay of t'heyti,".'.
t who was general lorenian in the liilon ii-
eitie sliups a t t hat pi tint .
I Nothing deilnlte has l.een heard In Omaha
I of the coining ni President llarahan of Hie
Illinois (vntral to this city, hut il is pre
sumed hi- will lie otil this way on a nipl
of Inspection over the entire system inline- I
dlatt ly nlier his n-eh i tton. (.. has tin -
iiouiieeil the appointment of ,1. F. Titus as .
assistant to ihe president. I
Judge v. I. Ki-lley. formerly general so- j
lit it"i of tlie linott Pacific, who inovi d to
( aliform. t on account of his health, is to
sue. eed Judge Gihhiii , fernieiiv of Ar
kansas, as chief adviser of the Sun Pedro.
I.os Angeles A- Salt Uike road. Mr. Ki ll, v
went to i.os Ang.ii s ahout a year ago and
will have his heailipiarters tit 1 s Angeles.
Announeeiiient was made Tuesday that
the Northwesten probably would run its
morning train from iitualia to Chadron. in
stead of to lying line, as at present. It h..s
now- been diiinitiiy ihvhictl that, begin
ning in xt Sunday, the Northwestern train
w hich leavis tip- I'nioti station at 7:1') a. m.
will run toli.l to f hadroti. instead of to
T.opg Pine, as at present.
A new lime card has been made fur
I'tilon Pacific trains, rffeviive November
i It. rhangiug lh" schedule of three tialns.
rs. 1. tlie Overland Limited, will have
Omaha at ICaii a. m. instead of 9:4") a. ni.;
No. 7, the I.os Angeles Limited, will louve
at 12:n; p. in. lusii.id of ll:! a. m.; No. V).
from the west, will uriivo al 5 p. m. lu
: the hk
or th" advert i.-nn"it s to Lie
period!, al itsi l'. ei.tl'l-d to
el.iss rat.s. Is h- law made nub-hi'-:h'
r rst" to whieh nn' ttintt'-r
i, ,t . i:, ,,s ,j v ,t, p is siihlect.
fotms ami rdet coupons or forms
p- rmissaM- parts ot a periodical,
is ,! portions of sheets, whether
r sni ili. deslgtietl to si i-e a- the
of fume ei.riesttoiiilenie f.etween
hr and lite ,1'ln rtiser are pot ad
led s hut n ruing paper furnished
d.r f.a his ,-, itti-.-i'lcnre. As such
tistiln".' t a. i "haiidise ami are sub
tle rate of 1 rem per ounce ot
'.hereof. Pi inted coupons provid-
i spice lor sun itiire or Insertion, mid
' "i n nt - intended to he .letatiied.
iet.l ila i.i'tt'-rs and ari- tuibim"
tat" i t I ,.,it p.. i o'niee or l-aetlotl
if. H is unlaw tnl and detrtineni.il
post., I n v. ntie to pin. o su.il high-".'
s ta.itt r in peri, tlh als and transmit
.-.f.ne jti th. mails at seeond eisss
.': . i. it t that stieh artl i-s serve
e n-eiiieiii' of advertis.-r or others
s m i ivartaiil lot waning Ihe lawful
i.iite on 'h. ti . or mi nny fteiiodieal with
l b "'le i-r liloie mav l,p pnelosed.
r. in i l.-w of the prevalence and
t .ie ti --ire lo ai oid tie. " ssary hardship, in-
on . nlenei- and loss to piihiishets and ml
vcrtisers. and that !t has grown up through
a misapprehension of 1 1 r - - limits of the
publishers' privileges, the practice will n it
be inl tiered with before March 7. l:Vi;.
Pest inastei s ate asked to immedlatel v
notify publish" is of pi riodleals within their
lurtsdlctloti of this ruling, that they may
adjust their lius.uess to tin' conditions.
LIFE PAYS FOR DISSIPATION
Woman Dies After Debauch anil
Siliinlld (loarteis from Kffrt'ta
! Siead "'f
LINE WILL BEJUILT AT ONCE
f-w t:leclrlc Hailnay ot to lie llln
, dered hy I'resldent'a '
(jeorge r.. Pitnpkins of l.inculn, in cliargo
of the right-of-way for the Omaha, Lincoln
& Beatrice Railway company, was in
Omaha 'Wednesday In conference with a
uluI I dt h gi.tlon from South Omaha. While tie
I nature of Mr. Simpkins' visit could noi. b.
-v Trnin .ier lt-e Hulra learned, he said Ihe death of Mr. Ilobison
ii in w ruh s bi o.i of the Liilon Pacific would in no way affect the construction rf
ioi ti ii -. ii - .i is out and ihe men of the line, which would lie pushed Just the
'li-rit.-an Hut..' now work under uni- runic.
t., r-.'.-r. iihlcii iv. re adopted at a joint "We now expect to finish the line In iwei n
i The body of Louise Lindsey, aged about
' was found by the police at ilJI
I 1 'avciiport strei ! at :'. o'clock Wednesday
I mm-nlitg. when word was a.-nt to the sta
tion by some negroes thai a woman was
I Th'- house Is occupied by Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Smith, who said the woman took the
l room with them Sunday aftr staying r.t
' thn Cambridge hotel. Fourteenth and Iiav
j enport streets, the previous night, nnd
uiaL sue was pt'iiuiM-r. in Mini n-uiii
under the influence of cocaine. Police
Surgeon Harris said he believed d"atll to
have resulted from a protracted cocaine
and morphine spree and a disease with
widt h she was affected.
An Inquest will be held at 3 p. m.
Wednesday to inquire Into tlie clrcum
stam es surrounding the death of the
woman and to ascertain, if possible, the
exact cause of her death.
i inn -i-ived the idea of shifting the
so of th". giaiti from the south and to
aso to St. Paul and lUluth. thus se
rf: a direct point of shipment of his
. a big
ship at Chicago,
ri'p r. , in., no "ilallowflv ras " which was
nlac.sl on exhibition In the window of The I fa-
I!ee nflVo Wednesday, attracted eonsld r--ihle
attention from thus, who pn-icl the
window. All day there w is a group i-f
people ixaniinlliir the tell-tale document.
With It was posted the story 'n The p.-..
tellii ,g alout the dlscoveiy of this piei e
of eildence thiit Ihe railr.Mds t ere in col
liiflin with Ihite tlrniocrats. and clyo i
story from the World-Herald head-d.
' Pal:-. Pu.-s.'- In which a t'dlrulotis ex
planation of the document was attempted.
The V otld-llcrald lake wa to the efTect
the pass was really Issued Ir. 1'ieo, hut th.
last fla-ure of the date in the man-in had
been changed from a """ to i t: " An
examination of the date sin wed conclu
sively that It had net '..-on l.impt red with
It wa aiso pointed out that th" ticket
hears the name "'Chicago, Huiiii'gtoti ii
Quincv Ktiilw.iy coinptiin" and in l!"o the
nini'iiiii was known as the 'Huiiingion
X- Mhsoini lii ei in Nehrasl; i " 'imwlng
the pass was not of til'- I'") erics.
Another proof of the gen-iinenc of the
pass Is the fact it lirars tin words, "Not
good on Cliii Hgo-Lx-iiver liaiii' Nos 1 and
6." The regulation making iascs void on
these tialns did not go Into effect until
long after 1V
Ths pass was Issu'd to C. B. Galloway
November i, on condition he go to his
home nt Auburn and vote the denim Title
tick" t. He illd not use It.
500 Women's Coals Go On Sale Thursday Morning
Women's Tourist Coals
oy t ,
SYLVA CASE JNTHE BALANCE
Judae Crawford Will Decide Thar
dn Whether Saloon Keeper
Mttnl be Punished.
About two weeks ago Clarence Sylva was
am sted hy Officer Waters on the charge of
keeping the saloon at 17u7 North Twenty
fourth Ftreet open after 1 a. in., and the
ease has since occupied the attention of
the city prosecutor end police judge on
many occasions Pylva i laimed to be ihe
proprietor, but his case was dismissed on
the technicality that the license was not
granted to him.
The city prosecutor then filed a com
plaint against John Buck, an employe of
the Storz brewery, to w-!-.m the license
was Issued, and the ease finally came to
trial on its merits before Judge Crawford
Wednesday morning- The evidence Intro
dined proved that Sylva hud sold liquors
as alleged In the complaint, ami Buck,
through his attorney, attempted to escape
conviction by asserting It had not been
proved that he was cognizant of the of
fense or that Pylva acted as his agent.
Judge Crawford took the case under ad
visement and will render his dei isir-n
An amurdng feature of the cae was the
attempt of Buck's attorney to Induce Offi
cer Waters to testify that he could not
recognize beer or whisky when he saw
the beverage, but the officer proved him
;elf an expert on the question.
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fckj I: & J ' ' A
Mnlo of very 1'inp wim1 niixtinvs. in luiii'lsoim.'
irrny cliccks, volvpl colliir ;nil vohct triinnictl
ciiil'. Tlicst' coatp iirc .() inclips Ionr. with full
loose liack; !i swell gMnnrnt for youii": latlic
tliiit you rau't duplicatp tr loss than
: 1 J.I 0 special Thursdav
Women's Kersey Coats'
Tlit se coats or ,V indies long', niatle of tlu l'CPt
all woel kersey, in lilnek and castor, made
extra lull, trimmed around neck ami cuff with
velvet and hraid: an exceptional 4A HT
value - spceinl Thursday xlaltl
Women's Clover Coats
This lot include? many pretty coats in fine ker
seys. ."iO inches lonjv, in all shades; also swell,
new mixtures, made extra full and falling
rvacefully from shoulders; most remarkable
values special Thursday
Women's Smart Coats
A very interesting showin'g; of coats at this
price, made up in elegant style effects, in fine
kerseys, broadcloths and beautiful new, dark
mixtures, perfect in fit ami workmanship,
garments made to sell at 23.00
Special Sale of Women's Reliable
f the best tpmlity of .Ia mink.
EASY JOB F0R THE CHIEF
Woman tiki lilut to Kiud Iter
Brother, Mlanlua? for Tnrntj.
., .: g In Hi river of the general supeiin
i. .-Hit cf the various llarrlman lines.
dii-jt to H. C Morris, head of the
s trtiiuitig board ot" the Union Pacific, men
i the i mill .service need have no nppre
t :..ii regarding the new rules which
. will be rttiulrcd to leant. Tlie rules
il I . far less complicated than those
- ttferc Issued, all unnecessary repetition
i . "i iluiinuted and the rules said to be
ie ; ij.-.p'.oet ami ch'arcst over issued on
I 'M ii Pacific. Thn examining uoaru
i. : Ik reorgaiii"d and will begin about
t lirM tlw yoiir In the work of exam-
:, a-- i t,i:iliics as to their proficiency in
i ,- train regulations.
I.atirillng lee Nliortacea.
ii I'l'lnn I'itcirio is guarding against
: ,i ice shortage during the coming sum
nt - and to that end has a large force of
n- a al work building a dam across the
I.. r.. toie river at Laramie that a much
; re. t ti'. p might be harvested than in
r '-:us. The company is tearing out
e oil dam at.d putting In u new one, tak-1-ik
:i four or live acres more of space
thai ia lorui-.T ye.us. The company is
also preparing t" Install additional switch
on; irai ks at that point that refrigerator
ars might be iced there. There is a
n-ituial basin car the side of the dam
which tha company wilt eventually fill with
wait-r lor its ice taipply.
I nlon Pacific Improvement.
W ille building shops and commissary
hous-a and improving Its lines around
Omaha, the I'nion Pacific is also making
vast improvements on other parts of its
Hum. On the Wyoming division it has
tarted the construction of over seventy
new buildings, which Include twenty-four
ectlou houses, two new depots, one at
Pine Bluff utid tho other at Superior, a
new coal camp la Sweetwater county, two
new Ice houses at North PUtte, ten tool
houses, four charging stations for the elec
tric block system, and many other build
ings. Most cf these will be built durlag
rw Tariff Slierla.
Tariffs have bv. n tiled with the Inter
slate Coiumcrie coiiiinlsflon showing the
new schedule t.f laics from the river to
I'tah common points, whtih will go Into
effect November il. The s 'iieduleg show
a cut of from terta to $1 on tint various I
class rate and similar inductions in com-
f.otilty rJtes. The i.tw tales win al.o I
upply castbounii from I'tah cuiunon points, i
I'tih is elatid oicr Cue reduction cf ratts, '
us It mcaim a matt-rial reduction In the t
c. of bringing supplies and material of j
a'l kinds troin tlie east.
I alaon uf Aetloa Aualuat Hill.
"The I'nion Feci fie and Milwaukee roads
are planning to get together to nome ex
tent in the great noithwcsi. The Milwau
kee and the I'nion Purine are both invad
ing th tz-rrltury of Jim Hill, their future I
common enemy, and it is now the gentril .
belief of those In a position to know that j
the Milwaukee will i-e '!ll i'nion Pi.-in
racks out of latmiu to Portland, nmi i
jvi'r.lon P.i-.-itlo in turn witl use ih
i .',, Vok-i tctw'ten Taoitu anl
, i JUi,. f i4 lu ,avc bc.-u givr.i j
"ui....,r.m.,ii "fin al h gh in the
, " t'.l'thrt load. Iti a a ihe r.-ilrcid
, "Unit''ll" ie has Win no spt-ctil itiou
'it. , i ... , . .
Omaha and Lincoln next year.'' said Mr.
Simpkins, "and with the work which has
been done and the headway we have made
at both ends we should have little difficulty.
Th.; Omaha it Council Bluffs Street Kail- I
way company litis said we could use Its lines!
to enter Omaha, so we will have to build
only to Wi st Q street before we are prae-
, tically In the city. Work will lie begun on !
tho Platte river bridge earlv iu the year.' !
MAYOR MAY OR MAY NOT SUGN
On hi ion ii Vndccldfd as to Anion on
It esolilt Ion In l.ee (.rlcr
Mayor Iiahlniaii is undecid'-d whether l.e
will sisn the c' tn urrcnt resolution ailopted
Tuesday evening by Ihe city council in
the' mutter of th"- L" Orler shortage, iji
sign the resolution would not he consistent
with the mayoi's stand in the matter,
namely, that he has held and still holdr
that Comptroller Lobeck's report on the
Grier accounts not stifTki.iit evidence on
which to attempt recovery of the alleged
shortage. The resolution will get to the
I mayor's office Thursday morning from the
j city clerk's office.
I If the mayor docs not sign the resolution
the council will override tlie veto and then
insiruit the city clerk to make formal de
man on Mr. drier on the surety on his
bond for tlie amount In question.
SIXTY-SIX YEARS METHODIST
Ilcury t. Brown Honored by Friend
on r'.lg Ii t -Second Birthday
Tuesday evening the members of tha
board of trustees and stewards of th" First
' Methodist church gathered at tlie home of
j Henry K. Brown, lt'JI North Twenty-sixth
ftreet. in honor of the eighty-second birth
! day anniversary of Mr. Brown, who has
i be n a member of the Methodist church for
over sixty-six yeurs. An enjoyable tune is
jrt ported by the participants, and during th.
I cclebrat on Kev. Frank L. Lovepnd. p stor
j of the church, in a speech on behalf of the
! nsscnib'.ed guests, presented Mr, Brown
with n line gold-headed cane.
Mr. Biown was also remembered by the
chapter of the Royal Arch Masons, of which
he is a member, by an elaborate boquct of
flowers In honor of the occasion.
A letter has been received by Chief of
Police Dontihue from Edith K. Hut-baud of
Hope. Kan., requesting the assistance of
the police In finding some trace of lnr
brother, William H. Husband, who left
home about twenty-live years ago at the
Immature age of is. The parents are dead
and only three other members of tho fam
ily are living and Miss Husband Is very
anxious to heur from her brother.
Husband has been a foreman of a ranch
In Washington and is believed to have been
In Omaha with consignments of cattle.
Chief Donahue is making an effort to find
the missing man. but on account of the
meager information to work on has little
hope cf success.
A Ct 11 IT 1 T"
a owen nechi riece o
Women's Stylish Neck Scarf, of the very best quality of
natural gray squirrel
Women's Double Scarf Made of the very best quality
of Arabian fox fur. a regular $12.00 scarf, for
Isabella Fox Scarf Of a very g-ood quality of fox fur.
two lare tails and four small ones extra special value.
A Monnti's Stylish Douhh- Scarf (if the very best quality
of luiilitlla wolf, two hiiee tails, finished with cord nnd tails
A V-iy llaiHlMitiM- IsalH-Uii Vox Scarf, Fxlra l.onn Mailt.- of two
full bkins, litilylifd with Iwo larso fluffy tails a scarf wo arc
v'lliiist to compare with any $ 1 o scarf on market, our special inict"
lliiiiiiiinl Isabella I'ov Scarf- Made of the finest soloctod skins,
two larire tails and four small ones: as good as any
M'ail iu the market our special price
Women's rii-clric Scul Coat New and correct shape, hipth storut
(cllo'.'. lined with best satin special
Women's Snblc t'oney Cont .Vew blouse style made of good
t-fdecierl skins $00.00 values special
Mangum & Co., LETTER SPECIALISTS. ' C
Kxperleiiee la Sometimes
So many parents of young children do not
realize the danger from croup until they
have had tho expcrlenee of one severe rase
in their own home. To be awakened in the
Middle of tin night by the peculiar rough
cough and find their little one suffering
I10111 a rully developed altat k or the croup
ami nothing in the house with which to re- j
liovo it ia a lesson never to be forgotten.
.i good remedy at hand Is of incalculahlo
value in a time like this and nothing belter
can be obtained than Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. The- fact this remedy contains no
nnreotio malti s It perfectly safe to give to
Ul-tfaa and Deaths.
The pillowing bnths and deaths were re-p.iiti-d
10 ihe Boa nl of Health during the
twentv-f tur hours ending Wednesdav noon
births C. C. Carpenter. 4"ei Pierce, girl
J. O. Berg, Miami, boy: Piter W.
Ka'i.y, South Twenty-seventh, giii;
,1 .1. Shaw, 17" '7 1 "avenpurt. boy.
1 ii-alhs Infant Uiiiiick. 2;.6ri Woolworth;
Frey Wey, Fortieth and i'oppleton, 71;
COURT OFFICERS GO HUNTING
Adjonrn Proeredlugs I ntll Monday,
When Petit Jnry Will be
Owing to the fact that the federal petit .
jury will not lie emjianeleel until next Mon- i
day and nothing Is now neading the im- ;
mediate attention of the federal courts, an '
adjournment of the regular court proceed- i
Ings linn been taken, until Monday next.
In the meanwhile Judge Mtiuger, Vr.lted
States Circuit Court Clerk Thuramel. !
United State Marshal Warner and Assist- j
ant District Attorney Lane have gone to j
Pender for a hurytina; expedition among the
quail preserves of the Winnebago reserva- j
tluii for a few days, expecting lo return ,
The trial docket will be ready for dir- I
trlbtitlon Monday and until then very little'
will be doing in the federal courts.
IHAMONDS Edholm, Kith aud Harney.
The following marrlHge lieenyes
Name and Residence.
rtlrhanl Tyson. Omaha
Mae Keiiey, Hastings. Ia
Harold A. Smith. Kansas City, Mo....
lioreen I. Wllliutiin, Onuha
Clarence Krye. Omaha
Mauil M. Strode, Omah i .,
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food to work on is food to live on.
A man works to live. He must live
to work. s
He does both better on
the soda cracker that contains in the
most properly balanced proportions a
greater amount of nutriment than any
food made from flour.
NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY
Last Big Land Openiri;
RICH LANDS FOR FARMERS
Over n bnlf million arros of aftricultural lands will be opened to settlement this fall in Fouthwew.
The quarter Sections will be sold to the highest bidders.
Minimum price, $" per acre, which is a very low figure considering the richness of the soil in the por
tion of the New State.
Purchasers must be qualified homesteaders and comply with homestead law as to residence, cultivation
Terms Are Reasonable Purchaser has the privilege of paying for his farm in five enqal annual pay.
The lands are mostly renins' prairies, well watered by living streams.
Corn, wheat, oats, rye, alfalfa, cotton nnd all kinds of garden products and fruits of almost every
variety can be grown in abundance.
This opening will be the best opportunity to get u farm at your own price ever offered the homeseeker.
You cannot afford to miss it.
You should lose no lime in fcottine, on the ground cither to select a butiness location or to fuiiiiliarizo
yourself with the lands on which yon intend to bid.
The rules and Kegulations of the Interior Department ut Washington. D. C, for opening of these land
are as follows:
Sealed bids shall be received not before ft a. m.. December or after 4 p. m. December 8, lSm;. at Law
ton. Oklahoma. Land Oftice, where bids will be opened beginning December 10. 1900. Prospective bidders
t-hotild make application for proper form on which to submit bids and for full iniormation as to conditions
regarding this land opening to "Hegister and Keceivcr." United States Land Office, Lawton, Oklahoma, to
whom all bids should In- addressed when proper form has been received and all conditions have been com
Cheap raus first and third Tuesdas of each month via Hock Island -Frisco Lines, only direct route to
the Tiig Land Opening
Write for further information to
.IOUN SF.llASf I.VX.
1'av.eniirr Traffic MauaKcr,
Ia Salle Station. Chicago;
or Frisco liuilding, St. Itouii.
Rock Island-Frisco Lines
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