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THE OMAHA - SUNDAY I1EE: MARCH 10, 1P07.
THE CLERGY SPEAK OUT CONCERNING PE-RU-NA.
Ministers of Many Denominations Join in Recommending Pe-ru-na to the People.
Building Icipeotor Cannot Oct rand to
Ceapil Cid nancf-i.
V DEMOCRATIC BRETHUN Wkl NOT GIVE IT
alee Cry of Caah, frne Weselt at
Dihlmmi'i Action In fatting;
OST that. Fifty Thons
Ttulldlng Inspector Wlthnell wants !Ro
lor preparing and printing a revised net
of building ordinances for Omaha. Me him
had Councllmm Bridges bring a resolu
tion to th attention nf th enuncllmen, but
the same old cry of no money li raised.
It la Impossible to take thin money out I
lit the building Inspector' fund, aa after '
graying salnrles there will be only 1120 left
for miscellaneous orncer expenses. Mr.
Wlthnel. wants this 1 150 for the now build
ing ordinances taken out of tho gon-irxl
miscellaneous fund. After Conferring with
the other oouncllmen Mr. Bridget had not
the heart even to Offer bis resolution at
the last council meeting, but Intends to
bring tha matter up again.
This Is one of the many Instances re
suiting from the cut of WO, 000 In tha gen
eral levy fund for 1907. Tbe problem jcon
fronting the city council was aptly ex
pressed last Tuesday evening during the
eml-centennlal exercises, as "to do this
ar with $650,000 what was accomplished
last year with 1700,000," and there Is more
than one councilman wishing this year was
'What tha Architects Think.
' Tha following Is one of several letters
received by Building inspector Wlthnell
from Omaha architects:
' We beg to call your attention to tha !
feulidlna- ordinances of tha cltr of Omaha
relating to buildings. These ordlnanow
were compiled several years ago, and since
- tha time of their compilation very many
methods of bulldlntf that were In voaue at
J hat time have been changed, caused
argely by tha Introduction of new una
better building material and- mora advan
tageous methods of construction.
- In many of the larger cities of tn country
these revised methods ol building have
been Incorporated In the cltr ordinances,
and are, therefore, In such shape that the
architects and others In charge of tha con
struction of buildings profit thereDy.
A thorough revision of the building ordi
nance would help all concerned materially
In, the construction of new buildings ana
the remodeling of present structures, and
we urge that you bring this matter before
tha council In tha proper light, that tha
revised ordinances may ba Issued In pam
phlet form. Not only will this he of much
advantage to tha architects and builders.
but to the city aa well, as it will place tha
entire building construction of the city on
a car with tha construction of other large
- In tha present ordinances there ara many
points tnat are vague, leading to mucn un
certainty In arriving at decision.
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Believed by Teruna After Three Years Suffering With
Rt. P. E. Swamtrom, Swedish Baptist Pastor, Box
228, Grantsburg, Wis., writes:
"I feel that it is my duty as well s pleasure to let you
know that I am perfectly well, entirely cured of chronic
diarrhoea and catarrh. I thank you for your directions
how to use Peruna, and for your kindness to me.
"I have used Peruna according to your personal direc
tions and I am very glad that I found a medicine which
wroold cure me after three years' suffering."
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wrlteii from 1934 Annln St., HiHorfelphla, Pa.', as fdllnws:
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Concluded to try 1t. For colds and dyspepsia, we have found it
to oe an excellent remedy."
Many Would lie Saved From Death If !!- -na Wer
Kept In the Houae.
nev. ii. siuoenvoii, 01 ttinnorn, ww., w paator ol tn
St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church of that place.
Rev. Stubenvoll Is the possessor of two Bibles pre
sented to him by Emperor William of Germany. Upon
the fly leaf of one of the Bible the Emperor has writ
ten in his own handwriting a text.
This honored pastor, In a recent letter to The Peruna
Drug M'f'g Co.. of Columbus, Ohio, eays:
"I had hemorrhages of the lungs for a long time, and
all despaired of me. I took Peruna and was cured. It
gave me strength and courage, and made healthy, pure
blood. It Increased my weight, gave me a healthy
color, and I feci well. It is the best medicine In the
world. If everyone kept Peruna in the house It would
save many from death every year."
TENANTS OF WEAD BUILDING
Hp HE vocation of preaching Is a voiy
"j."B who. c9(irumu .u me i.wiu'ii
and lungs. The preacher must stand be
fore large audiences, frequently, In illy
ventilated rooms, sometimes over heated,
and other times filled with dangerous
draft. The preacher Is frequently called
upon to stand in such places and preside
at a service an hour or more In length
Thl la the most trying test that cn
possibly be put to the vocal organs. Tho
liability to catarrh Is very great. This Is
so universally true that the majority rf
preachers have catarrh. In more or leas
Many preachers have found Per'ina of
use to them, to prevent as well as to re
lieve the catarrhal ailments to which the
preacher is constantly subjected.
Follicular pharyngitis has come to ho
a Very common expression. It Is some
times called preachers sore throat. In re
Oeoapaats Already to Go lato New
' Plaee Whea It is Completed.
With tha completion of tha new Wead
bujldlng at Eighteenth and Farnam streets,
several prominent buelnees firms will
change from quarter occupied by them for
many yeara to the new building, which has
sometime been known a the Real Estate
F. D. Wead ha announced a list of sev
eral of the mora prominent firms, who have
leased room, In. the new building, and
among them are C. B. Havens at Co., the
Bankers' Savings and Loan company, F.
A. Rlnehart, the photographer; S. M. Sad
ler A Son and tha Van Sant School, of ,' iijiwilk dvertisemtnts Hot Lower Than
Shorthand and Typewriting.
C. B. ' Havens A Co. and the Bankers'
Savings and Loan company will occupy tha
first and Second floors at 1M6 Farnam
.Street ;'S. M. Sadler A Son, abstractor, will
esccurr 'the' first floor at 808 Bouth Eight
eenth street and tha Van Sant school has
leased the second floor rooms above 310 and
SI! South Eighteenth street.
Commodious and elaborate room will be
occupied by F. A. Rlnehart for his thoto'
graph gallery. The third floor of the build
Ing will be used by Mr. Rlnehart as an
operating and printing establishment, while
allty, this affection is catarrhal pharngltii
Hnarscnens Is cenerAllv Ana tn rnmrrlinl
laryngitis. Chronic cough Is generally
due to catarrhal bronchitis. All tlmse
conditions beset the preacher, and are his
constant liability the whole year round.
Notwithstanding the difficulty of tho
clergy to give public testimony to any
remedy, yet a large number of them, Im
pelled by gratitude, have expressed their
high appreciation of Peruna as a reme-ly
for this clasB of ailments.
Cold Settled on Lungs.
H. M. Turner, D. D L. L. D., 80 Toung
St., Atlanta, Oa., Writes:
contracted a drsadXnl cold whloh
settled oa my luag. J triad several
remedies recommended by tha docters, bat
sxy condition grew worse until Z was
"I Anally resorted to Peruna, and, I find
myself well again."
lilshop Holscy'g Strong Tribute to
li. H. Hoeley, Bishop. C; M. E.
Church, Atlanta, Ga., writes:
"I have found Peruna to be a great
remedy for catarrh. I have suffered
with this terrible disease for mors
than twenty years, until since I have
been UBlng Peruna, which has re
lieved me of the trouble.
"I have tried many remedies and
spent a great deal of hard earned
money for them, bat X found nothing
so effectual in the cars of oatarrh a
tha great mediolaa, reruns.
"I feel sure that Peruna Is not only
a triumph of medical solence, but It
Is a blessing to suffering humanity.
"Every Individual who suffers with
respiratory diseases will find reruns
to be a aagnilleant and sovereign
Convinced of the Merits of Pe-ru-na.
Rev. Dr. Joslah Gets, 47 Park Ave.,
Albany, N. Y., for years a Rabbi of
the Hebrew . Synagogue, but now le
"I am fully convinced of the merit
of Peruna In case of colds and ca
tarrh, and as a general tonic.
"I have taken It off and on now
for. aevaral years and always flsd
thai It 1 very effective la restoring
lost strength and appetite, and vary
effective In ridding the system of
cold. Z gladly endorse it."
Rev. J. O. Dukes, paator of the Unita
rian Church,' of Plnetown, N. C writes:
"My wife has been in a very bad state
of health for several years, and nothing
seemed to do her any good until she be
gun to use Peruna one month ago. Since
then the color has returned to her face,
and she Is gaining In flesh every day, and
I believe she Is a well woman today."
Throat Affected by Catarrh.
. Rev. H. W. Tate. 20 Lincoln Ave.,
Walnut Hill. Cincinnati, Ohio, writes:
"For several year I have bean troubled
with a peculiar spasmodic affection of the
throat. It would salsa me suddenly, and
for a few minutes I would b unabla to
speak audibly, and my breath would be
greatly Interfered with. I would ba
obliged to gasp for breath.
"I finally ooaoludea that It was soma
catarrhal affection whloh probably ex
cited the spasm. It lnterfsrred with soy
vocation as a preacher, attacking mi oc
oeasionally la tha pulpit.
"I had heard so much about Peruna as
a catarrh remedy that I determined to try
It. After taking two bottles my trouble
has disappeared. I fell sure that Peruna
has greatly benefited me."
For catarrh of the respiratory organs,
no remedy has aver been found to equal
Pe-ru-na for Coughs and Colds.
E. Cottrell, D. D., Presiding Bishop el
Fifth Episcopal District, C. M. B. Church
of America, writes from Holly Springs,
Miss., as follow:
"I have used Peruna In severe cases ol
neuralgia, cold and coughs, and find It U
ba one of the most valuable remedies oa
"I unhesitatingly recommend It to atl
sufferers from the above trouble."
Pe-ru-ha Contains No Narcotics.
One reason why Peruna ha found per
manent use in so many homes 1 that II
contain no narcotics of any kind. Poruna
Is perfectly harmless. It can be used any
length of time without acquiring a drug
habit. Peruna 1 not a more palliative,
but if used acoordlng to directions its
beneficial affect is frequently of a perma
nent character. The principal Ingredient
of Peruna are well known and highly
praised by medical writers of all schools.
SIGNS MUST BE ELEVAIED
Twelve Feat, far (rdinanoe.
MEASURE JUST SIG.MLD BY THE MAYOR
Will Affect Many Business Displays
that Hans; Several . Faet
. . Closer to the Paver
meat Than That.
An ordinance to Improve tha appearance
the reception room will be of unique design of Omaha by the removal of objectionable
ana aangerous signs ana umituouuum om-
urday morning was signed by Mayor Dahl
man. This measure becomes operative
upon passage and approval by the mayor.
The oouncll . worked on this ordinance for
a month. Changing several provisions so
ss to make it fair and even rejecting one
This ordinance. Introduced by Councilman
guilty of manslaughter. Sentence was de
ferred pending motion for a new trial.
NEWS. "IN ARMY CIRCLES
Courts-Martial Are Held mi
Various Post la the Department.
On the second floor.
Tha lighting of the operating room has
been carefully considered, aa numerous win
dows, both on the north and south sides,
have been provided. Two art glass win
dow will occupy the south side of the room
fid a cathedral window, decorated with
opalescent glass, will be at the north side.
Other reservation have been made in the
building and many Inquiries for quarters McQovern, prohlbu all sign lower than
tiave been received.
twelve feet from sidewalks, streets or al
leys. This will effect many of the small
sign around, town, but most of. the sub
stantia electrical signs are now more than
twelve feet from the walk. One expensive
Sign, however, oh Fifteenth street, Just
south of Farnam, la only nine . feet and
four Inches from the walk. Thl lgn will
have to ba raised or taken down.
N merchandise or goods of any character
mav be rjlaced more than three feet from
Foul Odor of Indigestion, Smoking, I the lot line. It has been the practice of
of Bad Breath-
Eating or Drinking Stopped at Once
With btuart's Charcoal Lozenges.
Trial Vaekeere Te rrov It lent Jrrea.
Slillou breather, onion eater, lndlges
tlon victims, ' cabbage, consumers, smokers.
drinkers ana tnose witn gas on ths Stonv
aoh are in a class all by themselves, dls-
Uucuiabed by a powerful bad breath.
- They all breathe, and a they breathe.
they whlft out odor which makes those
standing near, turn their heads away in
disgust. Tn pitiable part ot it la that these
Victims do not realise what a sickening
thing a bad, offensive breath is to others.
Charcoal is a wonderful absorber of
gaaea and odor. It absorb lot tlmos It
own volume of gas.
Btuart's Charcoal Losenge will put a
top to your bad, offensive breath, and to
your belohings, whatever the cause or
source, because the Charcoal quickly ab
sorbs all noxious, unnatural odor and i
some merchants to monopolise tha walks
for considerable distance from lot line with
all manner of articles. This will be
Stopped. An exception Is made for show
cases or windows of a permanent char
acter. Such signs as barber poles and bul
letin boards on the curb line will have to
bs removod. Ths ordinance will have the
effect ot cleaning out many of the small
signs and will add to the attractiveness of
While the ordinance become operative
forthwith, there will be no disposition to
Teat af Ordinance.
The body ot the ordinance Is presenteed
It Is hereby declared unlawful to place
or suspend or cause to be placed or sus
pended, from any building, structure, lot
fi, i,ii witiiin h cltr limits of the city
f rim.k, nv iirm nf anv kind or nature
whatsoever, so the same shall project from
the walls or In front of uch building,
tructure, lot or plaoe Into or upon any
treat, alley, or over any aldewalk of sld
It you suffer from indigestion snd belch ' city, so that the same shall come within
gas as a result. Stuart's Charcoal Los-i twelve feet of sucn eidewaia or int ruu-
win atumrh all tha ua .! n,.k. ' bea mch street or alley, or to placi
suge will absorb all the ga u4 make i uptm gidewan,, ,ny sign whatsoever;
you stop belching. provided, that this ordinance shall not
If on getting up In the morning you have ' apply to showcases of a permanent or sub
nch hd blllnus hrnath thn vr.i Stantlal character, erected upon the WttlR
such a bad. bilious atn. that yru can for th d,play ot m.iiandle. and t-ro-
almost smell It yourself, Stuart's Charcoal ylded. further, that this . ordinance shall
;lx'enges win get rid ot It for you quickly, not apply to merchandise upon me mac
. -i , I walks of tha cltv of Omnha when
- , tame Is placed wtlhln three fe?t of the lot
have been eating onions or other odorous
things, Stuart's Charcoal Losenges will
make your breath pur and sweet.
Charcoal Is also the heat laxative known.
';Tou can take a boxful and so harm will
result. It is a wonderfully easy regulator.
' : And then, too. It Alters your blood every
Una. as surveyed, platted and recorded.
Nothing In this ordinance shall be con
strued to prevent any person fro.n hnnglns
over or across any street or sidewalk any
flag or banner on the SM day of February.
Mb day ot May. the Fourth of July, or
any other publlo holiday, or to prevt-nt any
society from nangtng Its flag or banner
on any day of any convention or puuiit
urtlOle or poison ana impurity tn your gathering of such socl ty. not more than
Plood la destroyed, and yon begin to no- iwo days In any month,
tic the difference in your face first thing person, firm or corporation or the
i , . . , manaser of Shy corporation, who Shall
iyour clear complexion. . . . j mn"r l of :h, rov1lons of this or-
Stuart's Charcoal Losenges are mad dlnanoe, shall be deemed guilty of a mlsd-
from pur wUVjw Charcoal, and Just a lit- tnaanor. and. upon eonvlctton thereof. ha
k. thM I t oe nnN in a. -. w - .
tie hoaey 1 put In to make thm pala
table, ana not too sweet.
They will work wonders In your stomach,
and make you feel fine and fresh. Tour
blood and breath wlU be purified. Tou will
'Teat clean Inside.
We want to prove all this to you, so
Just send for a free sample today. Then
after you get It and use it. you will Ilk
than so well thst you will go to your
druggist snd get a Bo bos ef these Stuart's
Send us your nam and address today
and w will at one send you by mall a
sample package free. Address T. A. Stuart
Cos, Ma GM, Marshall, ktioh.
officers, director, servants, agents anil
empluye of any corporation, company or
companies, firm, person or persons, shall
be subject to erret and prosecution for
violation of this ordinance and, upon con
viction, shall b fined as In this section
This ordinance shall take effect and be
In furra from and after Its passage, except
In respect to such signs as are now In
existence, in which respect It shall take
effect from and after March 1. 1907.
Isldler Oallty ef Maaslaaahtar
CHICAOO, Marcn a Bergeant John A
rtriffln of ma Ninth cavalry, who on Christ.
maa 190S. shot and killed Corporal Herlwrt
Taylor of the same regiment In the mess
ball at ort ouertaan, was tooay lounu
General courts martial have been or
dered to convene Monday at the posts.
Fort Leavenworth Detail for tha court:
Colonel E. B. Pratt, Thirtieth Infantry;
Lieutenant Colonel Cunllffe H. ' Murray,
Eleventh cavalry; Majors William R. Aber
cromble. Thirtieth Infantry, Henry Klrby,
B. M. Purssell, Eighteenth Infantry; Cap
tains J. F. Haines, Eleventh cavalry, Hans
ford L. Threllkeld, Thirtieth Infantry, W.
J. Folwell, Raymond Sheldon, J. W.
Barnes, Eighteenth Infantry; First Lieu
tenant L. P. Rucker, Thirtieth Infantry,
Sherwood Coleman, Ninth cavalry and
Wade H. Westmoreland, Eleventh cavalry,
and Captain Quy Q. Palmer, Thirtieth in
fantry. Judge advocate.
Fort Crook Detail for tha court; Cap
tains Waldo E. Ayer, Isaao Erwln; First
Lieutenants George B. Sharon. William A.
Carlton; Second Lieutenants Townsend
Whelen, Stuart A. Howard, Bloxham Ward
with Second Lieutenant Oeorga R. Guild as
Judge advocate. All the officers named are
of the Thirtieth infantry.
Fort Robinson Detail for the court: Cap
tains Eugene P. Jervey. H. C. Whitehead
First Lieutenant N. M. Cartmell; Second
Lieutenants D. D. Tompkins, W. W,
Edward and H. S. Dliworth as Judge advo
cate. All of the Tenth cavalry.
Privates C. II. Kllgore, CompanyF, and
James H. Rose, Company G, Eighteenth
Infantry, have upon the recommendation
of the acting chief surgeon of the Depart-
men of the Missouri been transferred to
the hospital corps.
The following general court-martial sen
tences have been approved and promulgated
from headquarters. Department of the Mis
souri: Privates Frank L. GUson, Company
G, Eighteenth Infantry, for breaking arrest
and conduct prejudicial to good order and
military discipline, dishonorable discharge
and six months' imprisonment; Lott Brock
man, Troop D, Ninth cavalry, for larceny
and assault and battery, dishonorable dis
charge and Imprisonment for three years.
The sentences of imprisonment will be car
ried out at Fort Leavenworth.
Ia compliance with Instruction from the
War department, dated February 21, 1907,
Privates Charles Da Barberle, Troop B,
and James Doyle, Troop G, Sixth cavalry.
I Fort Meade, 8. D., and Private Oeorae
Bernecker, Company A, Thirtieth Infantry,
Fort Crook. Neb., having been selected for
instruction as cook at the training school
for bakws and cooks, will be ordered by
their respective post commander to re
port to the commandant. School ot Ap
plication for Cavalry and Field Artillery,
Fort Riley, Kan., not later than Maroh 14,
1907, to enter upon the course of instruction
with the , class March 16, 1907. '
Pursuant to instructions from the War
department, dated February 17, HUT, the
following named enlisted men will be sent
by the commanding offloer, Fort Meade,
S. D., to Fort Riley, Kan., to report without
delay to the oommandant. School of Ap
plication for Cavalry and Field Artillery,
for admittance to the training school for
farriers and horaerhoers, to enter upon the
course of Instruction In horseshoeing:
Privates James Murray, Troop A; Chester
A. EaBterday, Troop C; Samuel Meeks,
Troop D; Martin Btobbe, Troop B; Peter
J. Anderson, Troop F, and Frank Huld,
Troop H, Sixth cavalry.
such thriving cities as Milwaukee, Seattle,
St Paul, Providence, Buffalo, Indianapolis
and Denver. All these named cities claim
considerably larger population than Omaha
and many of them have larger bank de
posits and some more than twice as many
banks. It shows Omaha is In the center
of great business activity.. Los Angeles,
with all Its population and wealth, la about
the same as Omaha.
ECHO OF THE CONVENTION
ReaolatlOBS Are Adapted by Osnahn
Presbyterian Ministers Ei
These resolutions have been adopted by
the Omaha Presbyterian Ministerial as
sociation relative to th recent foreign mis
sionary convention at the Auditorium:
The committee to draft resolutions rela
tive to the lntersynodlcal foreign mission
ary convention for men held In Omaha,
Neb., February 1S-21, 1907, report as follows:
The Presbyterian Ministerial association,
including also tho members of the local
committee of arrangements, express most
cordial thanks to all person contributing
In any war to the acknowledged success of
this lemaritaoie ana unique convention.
We srratefully recognise the valuable and
generous aid of the Omaha Dally Bee, the
Omaha Dally New and the World-Herald
bestowed upon this convention in spirit
and degree altogether unusual.
W tender our sincere thanks to Mr. Fred
(l Kills for his leadership in song, to Mr.
David Sharp for like service, to Mrs. Judge
Kennedy and Mr. E. H. Packard as ac
companists at the piano, to the Bellevue
cnllese auartet and the choir for songs ren
dered and to Mr. A. Hospe for providing
th rjln.no for the use of the convention.
we express our appreciation oi inn court
esy of the telephone company and of the
Woire-Ix)vett rJiectrictti company ior ravors
kindly bestowed, of the hotels of the city
for tholr co-operation in caring for the
delegates, of the homes that were so gen
erously opened for the free entertainment
of student delegates ana foreign mission
aries and ot the ushers for their efficient
n" conclusion, we humbly snd with pro
found Joy and gratitude offer praise to
Go4 for giving us tre privilege of co-operating
with Rev. Charles E. Bradt, D. D..
and others, under the leadership, we be
lieve, of Jesus Christ, the great King and
Head of the Church, in this effort to bring
the men of the Presbyterian church to un
dertake the evangelisation of their propor
tion of the world in this generation.
THOMAS K. Hl'NTBR.
WALTER H. REYNOLDS,
NEWMAN H. BLRDICK,
CLEAN-UP OF PROBATE CASES
LUMBERMEN LIKE THE MOVE
Local Dealers p prove Pisa of Submitting
Pnffst tonni fcitnation to Commission.
H.LL SHOULD UT H4RRIMAN HELP
Some Rates that Give Northern Roads
Monopoly : Should Apply ' to
t'nlen Pacific to Af
RECORD IN BANK CLEARINGS
Omaha Has Nearly Fifteen Mllllea
Dollars for Week Jest
Another notsbla record has been broken
In banking circle of Omaha. Th bank
clearings for th calendar week just past
were tl4.THs0t.IK, an increase of t2.t64.061
ever the corresponding week last ysar,
which was the largest week m that year.
The above fig urea put Omaha ahead of
Campaign of Making; Complete Rec
ord of Guardianships Is
Set on Foot.
For the purpose of making complete rec
ords tn about 1,800 guardianship and pro
bate cases, some of them dntlng bach to
the late '70s, the county commissioners have
decided to employ two copyists at a salary
of too a month each. Acoordlng to a report
made to the commissioners by Judge Leslie
the record in these case by former county
Judges are very Incomplete and he esti
mate that in fully 1.200 case no oomplete
record has been made, although they hav
been paid for by the person Interested.
One ot the case In which no record has
been made Is the probate of the will of
Mrs. Ed Crelghtoti In liT71 which conveyed
about $1000.000 worth of property. A num
ber of other Important probate easea are
on the list.
Judge Leslie has examined four and one
half of the thirteen books Involved and has
found 4M vases is which complete record
have been paid for, but not made. The
fees, it I said, have been turned over to
ths county, but the records were not com
pleted. Th excuss given for not making
the records is a lack of sufficient help.
Judge Leslie has been making ths records
since hs went Into office, but he says his
help Is not sufficient to keep up his own
work snd do th work which should have
ben dons by ths former Incumbents of th
In cases where no complete record I
made th office would be without a copy
of important document In case th original
flic should be lost. It ts held that th
county might" be liable for heavy damage
In ease documents should be lost where no
record i kept ef them.
The move made by the lumbermen of the
Puget sound country to have the Interstate
Commerce commission take up the question
of the inability uf lumbermen In that sec
tion to have their lumber moved east
meots the approval of all local dealers.
Since the first of the year there has been
almost an absolute blockade and before
that time lumber was often sidetracked for
anywhere from thirty to ninety days, due
to the ocercrowded condition Of the two
Hill linns, the Great Northern and the
The complaint la the rates are so ad
Justed that the Hill roads get all the bus
iness and they are not -able to handle it
Ths move Is to have the rates so adjusted
that the business can be sent east over
the Harrlman lines, whloh ' are not so
crowded. Most of ths lumber originates
about 100 miles north of Portland and th
only way th Harrlman line can now get
the business Is by standing the local rat
from the point of origin to Portland. It
Is asked that ths through rate from the
woods be made to apply via the Harrlman
line a well a via th Hill line. The
rate on lumber is the same to Grand
Island from 100 miles north of Portland
via the Northern Pacific and Burlington
It Is from Portland via th Harrlman
lines, and the lumbermen want the through
rat to apply via the Harrlman line a
well a by th Hill line. The Harrlman
line have always been Willing to unite
on thla rate.
Report 1 Confirmed.
Mr. White of the H. F. Cady Lumber
"The Associated Press dispatch from
Washington in Ths Bee this morning
substantially correct The congestion of
lumber shipments exist not only west of
the Cascade, but In th country west of
th Shoshone district. We have letter
under date of February 4 that an em
bargo(has been placed upon all lumber ) Ingdlltr
snipmenis irom eeaiwe inrougn me con
gestion of some 1,000 cars of lumber this
flde of the Cascade funnel. As an Instance
of delayed shipments we have consignment
of lumber, started as tar back as Novem
ber 24, that have not yet reached Omaha.
We received her yesterday a car of pil
lars that had been shipped December 1.
Th congestion not only exist with the
Great Northern, but with the Northern
Intimated he will carry out hi arrange
ment for a meet between "Kids" Jensen
and Campbell either at Council Bluffs,
South Omaha or "No Man's Land," aa he
has already made ths contracts, and may
possibly establish permanent quarters for
the club outside of Omaha. The Jensen-
Campbell match has attracted considerable
attention and It was Intended to use Wash
ington hall to accommodate th crowd, but
the chief order put an end to those plana.
Wilkinson 1 said to have brought his
prise-fighting game up to a highly lucrative
Building Inspector Wlthnell notified the
Schiits Brewing company Saturday that
boxing exhibitions being conducted li
Osthoff hall on North Sixteenth street must
be stopped until plans of the building are
approved by the city building inspector.
Mr. Wlthnell said some radical changes
must be made in the building before he,
as building Inspector, will allow these ex
hibitions to be resumed.
MUZZLES FOR LOOSE' DOGS
leaisie Mast Be Taken to Prevent
Biting, gays Chief of
Muxiles for all dog running at large
was atrongly urged by Chief of Police
J. Donahue Saturday morning. His
views on th subject were expressed with
considerable feeling and he explained they
are the result of continual complaints
about dog running about snapping at
other dogs, children, men and Women on
th street. Many dog, cow and horse
have been bitten in Omaha during the
winter, necessitating that they be shot.
And when a man reported to him Saturday
morning that hi wife had been attacked
hy a dog, her dress, valued at (50, all torn
and ruined, while she was badly fright
ened, the chief wa driven to strong lan
guage about th matter of atray dogs.
LOS ANGELES LIMITED OFF
Ntw Fast Train Abslishsd hj
Pacific and Horthweetorn,
OTHER SUCH TRAINS MAY BS STOPPED
Some Men Think They See la Thl
Move llaralflennee af Tw.
Cent Fare Reaetlost for
Bee want ads for business boosters.
CHIEF STOPS PRIZE FIGHTS
Dally New Reporter, Who Is Pro
moter, Says He Will Co Out
side City Limits.
"No mor prise fights In Omaha," say
The word went forth from the office of
the chief of police Saturday morning that
hereafter neither the jOatboff Athletic club
nor the Ladles' Sewing society, nor any
other organisation, may present Its mem
ber with entertainment in th form of ex
hibition of fletlo combat within the city
Chief Donahu explained the law will
have to be observed and strictly interpre
ted. Echoes of complaint from ottlsena
who object te any form of physical encoun
ter reached th ear of th ohlef and hence
hla order to the manager of tho Osthoff
Athletic elub. which has been giving weekly
boxing matches at Osthoirs hall. Sixteenth
and California atreeta. that the practice
raust cease Immediately.
Harry W. Wllklnaon, reporter . of the
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets the best
IsisMvs and regulator ef th bowel.
They Invigorate stomach, liver and
J Daily News and CU promoter of the club. ZZZ iw
Words of Fraisa
for the several Ingredients of which T
Pierce's medicines are composed, as given
by leaders In all the several schools ot
medicine, should have far mors weight
than any amount of non-professional tes
timonials. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescrip
tion has th aD6k or honesty on svcry
bottle-wrapper, In a full list ot all Its in
gredients printed In plain English.
It rou are an Invalid woman and suffer
from frequent headache, backache, gnaw-
In stomach, periodical paint.
disagreeable, catarrhal, pelvic drain,
dragglrWdown distress In lower abdomen
or pejvjs, perhaps dark spots or specks
dsnclsg before the sjres, fslnl spells and
kind afi symptoms caused by femals weak
ness, otethqf derangement of the feminine
organs, yfj can not do better than take
Dr. Plertfefe Favorite Prescription.
Ths hfsAltal, surgeon's knits and opera
ting talimay be avoided by th timely
use ot ifavorlte Prescription" In such
caies. 1 hereby the ohno:
rTe or iiiceI uTT
Ided andl thorough
Ckurse 01 siicceailul liealmrrit C
rrTKrlpUou U cwwpoMd oTTTi very best
native medicinal roots known to medical
science for the cure of woman's peculiar
ailments, contsint no alcohol and no
harmful or habit-forming drugs.
Do not expect too much from 'Favorite
Prescriptions "It will not perform mira
cles; U will not disolvs or cur tumors.
No medicine wllL It will do t much to
establish vigorous health In most weak
nesses and ailments peculiarly Incident to
women as anv medicine can. It must be
given a fair chance by perseverance In Ile
us lor a reasonable length of time.
Tpii rsn-L TTp"f .-...pi y . -
Tuiu as s substitute for JU fT"t- -i-f
bick women are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce, bv letter, free. All correspond
ence Is guarded as sacredly secret and
Ths Los Angele Limited of th Union
Pacific and the Northwestern 1 abandoned
by a new time-card which goes Into effect
Sunday. That Is the only change on the
card. Official of th Northwestern and
Union Pacific say they do not know whether
the abolition of thl train I permanent or
simply for a week or so, due to the Im
passable oondlilrn of the track of the
San Pedro line between Salt Lake and San
Pedro, which has compelled th running '
of train via San Franolaso to Los An
geles. Local official all claim they know noth
ing of th significance of th move. Other
familiar with railroad matter ay they see
In the move a gradual taking away of ths
fast trains and a move to put on, more
local and ; slower trains te aeoommedate
the Increase of travel which will be brought
about by the Inst alls tlon of the new two
cent passenger law.
. . r ,
No Bad aa Espeeted.
Th new condition under th two-Cent
rat law are fast settling down to a work
ing bails. From conversation with . th
railroad men It is learned that some com
plaint are coming In, but not ss many as
were expected when K Is considered how
many station agentsand conductors' have
to work under ths new rules upon such a
short notice aa the railroad had on the
law In view of ths emergency clause.
Official ask the publlo to hav a little
patience over seeming dlffloulttea which
might be met, as they are being adjusted
as fast ss they appear. Th railroads lost
po Urn In trying to thoroughly establish
the two-cent rate on a working basis, but
It Is such an enormous proposition hat
some time la necesssry for all matters to
"Because of th hast in which the' rail
roads had to prepare for the new rate lit
tle peculiarities are bound to arise, said
s prominent railroad official. "As fast as
Sheae appear we are adjusting them by
telegraph as quickly as possible aa soon
as they sre brought to our notice. We
ask. In view of tbe sincere effort th
railroad are making to comply with the
law, that the publlo have a little patience
and aH will be well." ,
womanly confidence are protected by
professional privacy. Address Dr. . V,
Pierce. Buffalo. N. Y.
Hope for the Baldbeaded.
. Persons of advanced and middle age who
are troubled In their minds by the expan
sion of their forehead toward the back of
their necks may take hope. On the con
clusions which Dr. DeloS U. Parker of
Detroit claims to have reached from sclent
J tlfln raaaarch thav nan anrtlv th. Mmltf
themselves. Dr. Parker's theory starts
upon a fact within the knowledge ot all
Intelligent people. That is that ah that
has been breathed Is charged with a
poisonous element. Shut up a crowd of peo
ple In a hermetically sealed room and
they will die. Science has heretofore been
content to set tbe poison down under the
general classtaoatioa of carbonic acid. ' But
Dr. Parker goes a step further and de
clare that it U a tost of frost-tik crys
tals, which, If not expelled from the system,
enters ths blood and prooeedap uadermlnd
the hair, which la the glory of womea, and
too frequently the departed glory of men.
Therefore, after ten years of experiment
and observation, Dr. Parker concludes that
th rmdy for baldness 1 to cultivate
th habH of deep breathing, expel th toslo
element from the cheat and grow a new
crop of hair as confidently as th farmer
will grow a cropjof grain from a proper!
, tsrtillsed aldpuuburg Dispatch,
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