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THE OMAITA DAILY BEE: FRIDAY. FEBRUARY
11 1 rum - ..
Only 8 More
Fcfoniary Clearing Sale
. . We are. offering stilt greater price Inducements as the sale rro
grejeee. . Uanjr llim tht ar broke bar ba narked at it ill greater re
Aoetloas to intore their poettlre clearance.
Tee opportunity to swear these great bargains la FVRVnTRK,
C.4WETS, RCOS, LTTOLEOtS, LACK CTRTALS8 AJTD murERtXS
will t be agaia repeated this fear.
We Uke ar lease earing the moat of February ao we mar open
tbe Bpnng season with as astir new stock while all oar merthaa
rsw1g ataMe; we eoaslder It good basin policy to make a dean
vweep of all goods pnrcbaeed tor tbe previous seasoa.
Oae of tbe special feature worthy of particnlar not Is the closing
oat of oar five bund red pairs of lace curtains and portieres st one-hall
act ouicllyr BW 18 t0 ,e:u Ue bargains yon must
Lco Curtarna 50 Psr Cnt Discount
CLCKY LACE CTRTAW8
llo.TI Clnny Lace Curtains, per pair...... 8750
.Pf1'' "-15.38 111.80 Clnay Lace" Curtains, per
111. 00 Cluny Lace Curtains, per pair 86.25
, , ARABIA LACK CTRTAIXS
I.J Arabian Batten berg Lace Curtains, per pair 811.TR
aK. VV. S5.38 l0.7s Arabian Batteaberg Lac
$...89, Arabian Batteabefg Lace Curtains, per pair. . . . 815.38
BRUSSELS LACE CURTAINS
It." Braaseis Laea CartaJns. per $.." Brussels
. ?r. ' . 33.25 per pair
I14.lt Brussels Lace Certains, 111.15 Brussels
per.pair 87.13 per pair
WHITE BATTEN'TSERO CTTtTAINS
ts.Ti White Batteaberg Curtains. fJ.TS White Battenberg Curtains.
pgr pair 83.38 per pair 82.88
WHITE AKD NOVELTY LACE CVRTAEX8
17.00 Novelty Lace Curtains, per
ft.tt KoTelty Lace Curtains, per
TAPE8TRT AXD ARMURE IORTlEKES
- 82.03 !!""?
.eQ ala .
IS.tS value .
18. SO value
Miller, Ste wart & Beafoi
413-15-17 South I6lh Street.
EIUEF. OTY KEV7S
' Steve Bee Mat M.
leak Pe Edholn. Jeweler.
So Mew rev aaaekee. Ill 8. lit.
eTtagelpa T. Swsssda, FasUa Aewouteat
: eUaehawt, pogTapac. lit Fau-aam.
' ai la The Beaaea Tlm.-
Sgatteble UXs Per... mlsht drafta ,
eaauu-uy. tu u. Neely. manaac. Omalia.
awoe as ui best, tetter than Uie
r,,l "de w Nebraska. Why not "boost
It . Booth Si, Auditorium..
avteew ImmiIi in tbe Nebraska Sav
ings a4 Ixwq Aocilon earn aU per
cent, credits eemi-aaauallr. One dollar
wu u aeeottnc lfl raraam.
.Tr" Taiaaaj. la a aat.
poalt box ta the Anericaa beu'e tv,t
Vault. 1. the Bee buJldlag. 1 reau a
ox. C Uaaeii. prlat.
- w ZJ?" '"- riret tf atiodai hick
balldlnt. tm toakJns Mai aetata loaaa with,
eut claj a4 ea terma ry favorable
e aerrewera. -
Jewtieta OwtuUm Ceemlag ta Ja
The annual state convention of the Ne
braska Jewelers- association baa beca called
tor Omaha (or June a
Vabraeka Vaaertakera CoaveetT!e
Undertaker' and Funrl Direct orr asn.
elation ef Nebraska will hold Its aaaual
convention to Omaha June S to 10. The
haadquartere of the association will be at
the Paatoa hotel. -
aTerreea BmrHwrn aiwt Carrie Gumm.
the nrsrese who was shot by Jesse Brown
a former lover,' some time aao. has been'
discharged from the Oeneral hospital.
Brown, who to a 1m eotored. was recently
bound over to the district court on the
cHarae ef ehootljm with intent to kilt
eeea Sstansia tnaa as Sse After fire
daya trial Uie Jury In tbe gorenaon.
Wheeler case baa cons la with a verdict
of SIM damacea for Bores Borensoa acainst
Clsrence Wheeler aad a verdict la favor
of Jesse Wheeler a eo-defen4aat. So ran
son was the victim of a collision with sa
sote -rue by the Wheelers, who live near
Qe XJvOe SMde-.U c
per has rtiiraed te his little bride. He Is
the Elk City man whe was seeking a par-
HOW-TO BREAK UP
A BAD COLD
A ELIICDY ttttittw pwtmr
N or ALL.
Flewant ind Safe to TsJce Ko
Loss of Time All Dstfiftr cf
It Buy be a surprise te ear leader te
leara that a severe cold ess aiaay la
ataaoee be cesipletely broken up ia eee or
two days' tUae. To aatl.ii, boeer. proap
action is acoaaeanr. The trst syabtoma of
a eold are a dry, load cough, a preuse wat
ery dttcfearge from tbe aese, aad a tbia
white eoatiag ea the toegMe. VVkea Cham
berlam's Coegb Reaied. la takea ia dotite
doses every boar after the tret appearance
ef these aymptooia, it will ceusMeraet the
effect ef the eold aad restore the system le a
healthy eaoditioe witliia eae or iwe dsvt
time, la almost every ease, aad whea tbe
celd ia not eomeletele cured ia tListime, its
severity will he (really lessened aad a eoes
P Lets cure insored iaa very short time. Whea
e actios) tovard curinr the eold is takea,
tea dry. feed eeogh ia followed by a prwfviee
eatery expectoration, aiid that hy a dically
ia breauking, a peculiar lighteem e4 the
cheat aad a slight easectomtioa 0 very
tough aad leBartoae mucus. Few persona
pay say attejuijMi te a erld until la liiscoa
etuoa, thst is, usui the cold has became
i settled ia the ayatem. Tbe t ret acuea sheuld
' te relieve the luDgs. Tse is best som
'Piiaijsd by the free am ef ChamWlsie a
.lours Petaedy. Tbie reekeJv lteefis tbe
tough merus siwi causes i t exfHiioa from
the air sclj ef the lucge. predices a free
expertorstioa, sad erie il.e secret Inas. A
eomclete cure r fr.nws. Ia some eases,
. bewever, severe I dss are reqnrred, bet Ike
experience ef thetwsads af pereoae ia the
ase ef this remedy hsa he tka. it will cure
, a severe celd i Ices time the aay ethee
1 rest mm 8, swi that it Isssea the sestem la a
aataralaad bealUr oaadiUoa. Thia remedy
mm ennm B Oflie IfOm tWOJIMg Is pftSW
e-uee u eawat, large sis M eseaa,
$10.75 XoTelty Lace
M.7S value .
IJ.0 value .
son to marry him at the ssms time a dep
uty sheriff armed with a summons for Jury
service was en his trail. Copper wss finally
located. He promptly cam to court, served
eae dsy m a minor case snd then Judse
ears kindly let him go. He took tbe first
Cia derails Ball fee the Kxs The Elk
have plsnned to reproduce as nearly as pos
sible the Cinderella ball at their fair. Prof.
Chambers has been ensTsged and Is drilling
the hundreds or children scsln to put on
this spectacle which packed the Den during
the Ak Sar-Bca festivities until thousands
were turned away because there was not
room for all who wished to see tbe chil
laeaaitjr fee amghsaastaV Qeorge H.
SLspeahorst ef Tweaiy-fourth and Cuming
streets, who was arrested some time are
on complaint of bis wife, has been released
from the city Jail and Is la eestody of the
county authorities who will file a com
plaint agamet hltn. charring . Usaatty.
Mra. Btapenhoret ctalma that her buaband
chased tier out of their borne one night
with a revolver while aha was In her bar
arjr rreveasa a OeavleUeawWill Smith,
ne CMored man tried for appropriaUna
James D. Murphy's watch, mar so scott
free because the Jury, bis counsel sars
found him guilty of another crime than
charged. Smith wss Indicted far "lsreeny
from the person'' and ths Jury, lnstesd of
passing on thia brought In a verdict of
"robbery from Uie person." The point is
raised by Bmith'a counsel. O. M. T unison
in a motion to set aside the verdict.
Jim WOl wap rotate With rarsoa
How f Run a Church" Is the title of a
toast tj which Mayor Dshlmsu will re
spond st a banquet to be given Frtdsy
night by the Centrsl City Commercial club.
He wfll follow Rev. sir. Main, pastor of a
Central City church, whe was pastor of
Walnut 1111 Methodist Episcopal church
la Omaha some jeer ago, who will re
spond to a toast. -How te Run a City."
me mayor, says hs does not know Just
what bs will ssy. but that ha will give the
minister a many Dointers on how tn run
a church as the mlnlater wfll give oa tbe
best snoibod ef governing a city.
&aat trraweve aq he sTvctt Omaha
men whe were leeky n the drawing for
Tnpp county, goutb. Dakota, lends ers re
ceiving notice from tbe toed- department
of the dates upea which they must fil.
But a few ar allowed fe eater a dsy and
therefore differeat deles are setnose hsv
Ing th email number having the first
chance to til. Prank Plaaek. bookkeeper
In the office pf th city comptroller, drew
tO. end baa received notice that he must
make entry on April t t . ;
sTeasemsa atae V arrow B scape Loula
Roesner. second houseman at tbe Mer
chants hotel, came near being numbered
with the wounded Thursday morning by
stepping accidentally threuah a ski light
at ths rear of th hotel. He wss washing
aa upper window and thoughtlessly stepped
ea th skylight far e moment, when It gsve
way. He wss only prevented from falling
through by grasping the window ledge of
the window st which b wss working. He
was relieved from- bis perilous position by
Henry Peters, msnager ef the betel, w ho
h-tppeaed to be wlUiln convenient call.
THOUSAND DOLLARS DAMAGE
alt er (lieea A era i Ml Street Stall,
way ta Setlcd at Osa-Tnesly.
rill f Aenemat.
A tS.tte suit for damage wss settled at
aooa Thursday la Judg Button's court for
H.uuS. Th caa was that ef A. N Ksaer
sgalnst the Omaha Council Bluff Street
Railway company. W, J. Cennell appeared
for tbe defendant aad K. P. Smith. C. J.
Smyth and W. A. Sckall for the plaintiff.
Tbe morning wss consumed la securing a
Jury and a battle royal was looked for.
Kaser aued as administrator of the estate
ef his s-yrar-oid daughter, who was killed
by a street car in August, 17.
Ths same company waa made defendant
In e tu.0t ault for damages by William p.
Scott Thursday morning, goott claiming to
bat e been Injured through the company's
ault when getting off a car at Krug park,
Hoarse coughs aad stuffy eosds that may
develop late paeuasonia ever sight are
quickly cured by Foley's Honey and Tar.
and It soothe leflamed membrane, heals
the btrsa. aad ff els tbe cvkt from the ayatem-
doid by all drugs-iets.
Oae Crows, asaaufaetared bp George p.
Went. TLIa le aa orchestral greed aad
eeat whea new Bate. Is la fair conditio
aad e sale aew at Sua.
- HAT DEN BROS.
LAWYER HCBTS FOR CLIENT
Says Opponent Hounds Catklej as if
He Were a Polecat
HOWELL AKD SLAJLLE XH WORM
teasaree ef (esel Indteate Tlab
te a rtalehM In Dlvweee Case
ea Trial Before Jsdge
tou nav bounded and puraued my
client aa If he were a (oieeat. I ehail waiv
no right and grant nothing. Moreover
give you fair warning that thia will be a
fight to a finish."
Attorney T. 8. Howell, counsel for Edwaid
Cackley, thus addressed himself to At tor
ney 8. A. Bear! m Judg Troup's court
Ths lstter had been pleading for sixty
dsys delsy in order to take the deposition
ef Mrs. Cackley s father, brother and
sister who live In Clinton. I1L Bearte had
first asked permission to have transcribed
some oral testimony given by the same
persons at a previous hearing.
"I am conscious of having conducted
myself with the most humble courtesy to
you," Bear I e replied to HowelL
"I am not talking about myself, but my
client." answered Howell. "He hsa keea
fairly bounded throughout."
It developed from the remarks ef tbe
la ay ers that there wUl be a big fight
when this divorce suit Is tried over the
j eat Jon of the ownership of a large
amount of property, Cackley claiming It was
owned by other relatives of his and his
wife maintaining that It Is really the
As te Chaaae ta Petltlea.
Attorney Searie declared that be could
not say whether Mr. Cackley's petition.
which Is now ror separate mstntenance
and alimony, will be changed to one for
absolute divorce. His opponent notified htm
formally thst he would object If there
an attempt msde to change thia ault at aa
Inopportune time. It is likely thst tbe
petition will be so chsnged. With regard
te ths depositions and delay Judge Troup
ruled that be would Uke th cam off the
call pending a motion by either side at
aay time for it reinstatement and that
tbe work of taking the depositions must
proceed at once.
According te a statement by Mr. Cackley's
lawyer the honeymoon waned quickly. The
l couple were married May 10, and Mra.
Cackley left ber husband, he said. June 24,
Two weeks later the first papers ia. the
ault were filed.
In contrast to the "finish fight" which is
promised la the Cackley case. Is the with
drawal by Mra Mallnda Burr of her suit
for divorce against Archer Burr. A stipu
lation to that effect waa filed Thursday
morning, ' signed by both parties.
There waa one new divorce suit Thurs
day. Elisabeth Short sues John P. Shert-
Accordtng to the petition Short admlalsaered
aa almost dally beating. She asks for the
custody of her two little girls.
One Chick ering Bros-' Has
fcr concert purpose for about two years.
Is la fine condition; walnut eoloalsl de
sign case. Thia Is a grand opportunity for
someone. An artistic high-grade plane at
the price of a cheap new one. Thia plane
le a second-feand plane, taut you will make
no mistske in buying It. We sell it new
for tsn, now ea sale at STTi.
STUDENTS ON ANNUAL- VISIT
Faar Hsssre is Fifty frees Aart.
ealtaral Colleeje a tae Peek
Students of the I'nlveretty of Nebraska
School of Agriculture, numbering Je grad
uate of the short course, arrived In South
Omaha at t a. m. Thursday on their regular
annual visit to ths packing planta
They were led by Prof. H. R. Smith, as
sisted by Profs. C. W. Pugsley. Ellis Rail.
Robert Ashby. 8. W. Psrrln and I C,
Chsse. Immedistely on arriving they di
vided Into two bands, one to visit the
Union Stock yards and th ether te Inspect
Swift A Company's packing house. At
noon they lunched at tbe Exchange dining
hall. In ths afternoon the bands reversed
positions and continued the inspection ef
the packing Industry from all sides. Ia
tbe afternoon the students assembled in
the exchsnge building te witness a mast
Cutting exhibition. The regular dinner
given under the auspices ef the t'nioa Stock
The Man Who
Aad Enjoyg rood Uvea Ufa As He
Should amd Gets the
Moet From It.
The mas whe eats Is the man she works.
and tne man who works la the man who
wlna Tireless workers depend upon a
storehouse of vim aad vlgtr. India Is
noted for Its festers and Its dreamer
Europe and America for their eaters aad
Ia America we hav been doing nothing
but work this psst quarter ef a century.
That la why our old men say, "la my days
no oae had dyspepsia" Of course, "all
men In those dsys ats and worked, new
they work and sat
If eating Interferes with business, men
give up eating. This la good logic fur the
dollar-get tsr. but poor wisdom for the
man whe really wants te live.
Abuse of anything Ood give results la
punishment, and maa Is a pigmy whea
It eomea to chesting- his system.
If you take from the eystem that which
Is Intended should remsin. or put Into tt
thst which is Intended should be kept eut,
you are cheating yourself, and sooner er
later pay the penalty.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tsblets are concen
trated vegetable and fruit essences which
glvs the system every fluid, stlmulsnt and
ingredient eectssary to gala ths fullest
strength from everything which goe Into
tbe stomach, or te keep from the system
everything which should ant lay and
decay la it.
If you will eat fast and Improperly, tf
yoa will driak and eat Irregularly and te
excess, thsa give to Nature as yeu go so
enough ct th eseeacee she demand to
neutralise the bad effects of your habits.
After a mtal Uke a Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tab)!, and the meal weal hurl you or
yeur st&ma V
At a midnight dinner take e Stuart
tablet and you will sleep well aad get up
without a breath which ia filled with ths
decay ef ths midnight meaL
Fortify your stomach like you do your
business. Fortunes when lost caa be re
gained, but the stomach outraged etsy.
with yeu te the finish, snd you know It
Is there. j
If you want te knew w tat these tablets
will do. buy e package from aay druggist,
price M cents, or ssad ue pour aame aad
address end we will seag ye trial park
sgs free by snail Addree T. A. Stuart
Cm, It Stuart Building. Marehail, Mich.
Tards eompsny bee an sl I H p. m
The evening was -taken up In speech
making and In entertainment afford by
moving picture recently popular In the
OUTSIDE EAGLESSCREAM, TOO
Birds Kverrwkere rvatterlaa; ta Their
Hast t Ply Toward
The general committee appointed by th
local lodge of Eagles snd the Omaha Com
mercial club to arrange for the annual
convention of th grsnd aart of th Eagle
In Omaha this fsll. has organised with
Robert Bacon, chslrmsn; Frank N. Clark,
secretary pro tern, and W. H. Bucholx.
treasurer. At the meeting Wednesday n1ht
the matter of subcommittees wis consid
ered and the committee adjourned to meet
Saturday noon at the Commercial club.
The committee announced that It hoped
te get arrangement well under way. so
thst ths grand trustees of the order may
eoon be Invited to come to Omaha and In
spect the arrangements and locate th con
vention In Omaha.
Encouraging reports are coming In from
all aide In the matter of attendance at th
Omaha convention. Kansas City now hsa
Q number who hare made their third
payment towsrd th Joint fund which 1
being raised for th Omsha club. Ths
Omaha club wss formed In Ksnsss City
aad the members are paying so much each
month toward I fund to be used in com
ing le Omaha, Seattle now has ever 300
members listed oa Its Omaha club aad ad
vice cornea that delegates from Bkag-wey
and Nome. Alaska, are preparing for the
Journey to Omaha and will bring along
their dogs and aleds, which will be put on
wheela and will be quite an attraction In
tbe parades in Omaha.
Preparations also are being msde to
create a medical corps for the convention,
and the cjiy w ill be districted with physi
cians and ambulance to care for all
The Council Bluffs aerie is preparing- to
Uke ta 160 new members s week from Fri
day, and with the enlarged membership,
hopes to be able to materially assist Omaha
In caring for tbe vialtors.
GIRL VICTIM OF FIENDS
Celered Child at Hospital ta Critical
Ceadltlea .Vrgrs Maa fa
Alice Taylor, a colored girl 12 years of
age, la at the county hospital la a critical
condition aa the result of violent treat
ment. A colored man, believed to be ber assail
ant, is la the city Jail, but no formal
enarge has yet been mvl, against him.
The child accuses him and also another
colored maa and woman of iMiat i ,.,
ruin. The worn an was arrested, but re
leased oa promise to return when wanted
The maa aaye the girl la hla wife' adopted
child aad pleads Igaoraace of th whole
affair. The police do not believe hia tory.
Another man I te be arrested.
Pieoina together fragmentary statements
mad by Alio Taylor Wednesday after
aoea and night. Superintendent Farar of
the county hospital sera that aha worked
last week with a family named Prowl.
ea Sixteenth street and we, taken Sunday
uii. wy tne people now in Jail and mal
treated by them at their home. It la not
known whether she was thn turned eut
by them or whether she neaped.
round In the alley in the reer r ii
Cuming street by Francis Franklin and bis
wif Tuesdsy night. the"c!rl wss
by them and Inter turned ever t ik.
juvenue orncer .
Bh say bar mother la dead and .H. a.
oat kno"r hr ber father i living. The
in is rstner large for ber aa. which .h-
clalme to b only U ye.rx. She Is crippled
lr irora having rickets ghe
weisns iw pounds and la four f
inenci in neignt.
r rands Franklin, who cared for k. -4.
Teeeday night. I. colored man. but his
wife Is a white woman. Thev ln. iit.i.
about the case, as the girl wss too ill to
PALMER FILES FOR MAYOR
aad It la
Iteewsweg A Is by
Captain Henry K. Palmer Is now iviit. .
candidate for the republican nomination for
msyor. A petition containing nearly 700
i"e Thursday noon and stmul
taneoualv m nriii - ... t . . . .
- - - .yiiii nianx wss
nied. To both were attached the treas
urers receipt for ts paid, or a toul pay.
ment by the captain and hla friends of Sla
-:ure in placing of hla nam. . .v.
in aJdltlon to th filing by Cantain P.i.
mer a a candidate for the republican may-
v "Brainauon three republican aad
on democrat filed durln th. a.
u-iumana; nominations. Hush Bart
U1S Park avenue, filed for the republican
nomination for councilman from th Second
ward; William M-ller. US Sherman
repuoiican nomination for
rouici.man rrora tbe Fifth ward; jamea C
Llndaay, 130, Kvans street, filed for tbe re
publican nomination for councilman from
lh Twelfth ward, and Charles r. nm.
t South Fifteenth street, filed for ,he
democratic nomination for councilman from
"ro- "r. Lindsay is now a
member of the Board of Education.
SANBORN MUST PAY GIRL
Feiher la Ordered by Ceart tm n..
Daaghtee Mer laaerttaaee fra
Frederick E. 8anborn of the Sanborn atoric
Food company must pay hla daughter. FJiik
Elisabeth Ban born Burbank tteaSen whiw
he inherited from er mother. Sanborn
a a appointed the girl'a auardlaa n k.
wether s death. Whea shs came of ags re
cently she asked for an accounting k.-
horn claimed that hs had spent her Inherit-
nc upoa her education and upreartng
Judge Leslie rule, however, that Saa
bora bad money of his own which Ji could
hev spent aad accord ngly Issues the order
This daughter of MS Sanborn la the
wife of Merrill Burbank, although she ap
pears oa the court records ss iflss San
bora Instead of Mr Burbank. She Is a
minor aad was married enly s few months
o to Burbank, son of Byron O. Burbank.
Whe Is quite young.
ARCH IS NOT FREE Id SIGN
e Syn Mlr bar laea t Mayer, Whe
Waata It Lighted far
City Electrklsa Mlchselaen bas declined
lo obey Instructions frtm Msor tahlman
te place upoa tbe Welcome arch tbe words
Elks Fair" and have the arch lighted
very Saturday night prior te the holding
ef the fair. He ssys hs will not do so un
less regularly ordered to by council resolu
tion Mr. Mtchaelsea Is sa Elk and aa hs
want t help th lodge all he can. but he
doe not approve of making the arch aa
The electrician called on the mayor
Thursday aad filed bla objections and the
mayor about came te the coarlualoa thst
probably after all the eWctrtrfaa ass right
and that th dignity ef the erca should be
.Doa'i 'Make 8l
The Austro-American Doclors 42
- .... w.. w ewvrwuivv Jest Opposite the Orpbeam Thestsr
This institution is not similar to nor connected with any other
in Omaha The Austro-American treatment is entirely different
from any other system of medical healing. The remarkable success
of the Austro American Doctors in the cure of Epilepsy, Gall
Stones, Rheumatism. Disease of the Liver) Kidneys, Stomach, Blood
and all chronic and nervous diseases of men and women, has
caused several institutions to claim to give similar treatment
DO HOT BE DECEIVED 428 RAMGE BLDG. :jffirn?'
No fee is asked until the patient is cured i
MRS. EARLYVlfiE WRITES
Lady at Woodbine, I a-. Thanks The
Ansrro-Amertcaa Doctor for
H el plug Her.
SUFFERED FOB SO YEARS.
Woodbine. Iowa, R. F. D. No. t
. Feb. II. l0f.
Theodore Mtlen. M. P,
i2S Ramg Building.
I have been takina ths Austro-American
treatment for two months, sod hav mad
UCh wonderful Improvement (hat I tmM
that I should write yoe aa to my condition
auu teu you now grateful I am to you.
1 realise I sm on the war for a oomnlete
cure, and csn say. truthfully, thst you hsvs
uwnm me more good m two months thsn au
the other doctors I sver doctored with,
ana mat is a (real many. We have spent
hundreds of dollar for doctor bill and all
kinds of patent medicine, of which 1 got
only temporary relief. I hav been afflicted
with stomach trouble since October, ISO.
I began to hsvs cramps in my stomach. I
never went two weeks at a time but what
1 had two or three spells a day. sometimes
they only lasted a few minutes, and other
times all dsy or all night. I had these
spells for five years, when I began to hav
gall stones, from which I suffered untold
sgony. I had a constant pain in my right
aide. I would have such severe attacks
thst I would have to call the doctor and
I would be so bad that X could hardly
move In bed. Tbe doctors told roe tbey
could euro my etomsch, but could do noth
ing for my gall stones. Last April 1 had a
bsd attack, from which I grew worse all
the time. In that time I had treated with
three doctors, and grew worse all ths time.
I got so weak and nervous thst I waa In
a constant Jerk when I would lay down at
Bight- I could hardly sleep when I did
go to bed. and whea I did, I had each
terrible dreams, as though I waa falling.
In ths dsytlme tt seemed like something
wss going to fslk ail the time. I would
cstch at my dishes, thinking thsy were
falling, and knocked them over and broke
a number of tbem. I suffered such awful
pain In my head and neck, that sometimes
I thought I would loo my mind. My mem
ory was very poor. 1 could net eat any
thing, and If I did. I Buffered untold
agony. My stomach waa awfully sore, ta
fact. 1 was sore all over. 1 eould hardly
lay- my head on a pillow. It seemed as
though a rock could not have felt any
harder than the pillow would to my head.
My abdomen was bloated to twice its nat
ural sis, and seemed almost paralysed.
My heart bothered me terribly. My left
snoulder was so lame I eould hsrdly raise
It up. I was not able to do anything when
i went to see tne Jiustro-American Loctor.
and now 1 cook and work for seven men,
and eat and sleep weiL In fact, 1 feel like
a new woman. I thank Ood for sanding
Dr. Milen has charge of the Omaha branch of the Austro-American Doctors. - He is an expert
diagnostician of thirty years' experience in chronic diseases. Asks no questions of patients in
making his diagnosis. Sees all patients personally and outlines their treatment. Frankly tells
those who are incurable that nothing can be done for them.
COLONEL BANISTER IS BERE
Chief Sorgron Missouri Department
Hero of Philippine Scourge.
GREAT WORK IS CHOLERA SIEGE
Celaael Garwlaer aad taplala Geha
Eewlt Over Ashlaad Rssge t
' tm Determine Availability
far Tar et tse.
Lieutenant Colonel John M. Banister.
medical department ITAUed States array.
arrived la Omaha Thursday morning from
Fort Riley to assume his new duties a
chief surgeon ef tbe Department ef the
Missouri. He la accompanied by Mra
Banister and hla two sons. E. B. snd
Perdval B. Banister. Colonel Banister aad
family will make their home for the pres
ent at the Millard. Colonel Banister Is re
garded aa one of the moat efficient stir-
geoes in tbe army and bas already be
come distinguished for his excellent work
In ths Philippine during the prevalence
of th cholera there a few years ago.
Colonel Cornelius Gardiner and C aetata
J. F. Oohn of the Sixteenth Infantry from
Port Crook have goae to Aahland te In
spect the rifle range there with the view
to He ultimata lease by the federal govern
ment for target purpose- Th special
board appointed to Investigate the Ashland
range has hitherto msds a favorable re
port, and K I thought th leas pf ths
rsng will be effected upoa the return af
Colonel Oardiner and Captain Gohn. The
range will be used this year if leased by
ths government for tsrget practice for the
troo( comprising the Fort Crook and Fort
Otnaha garrison All tbst now remains la
for the War department to authorise the
lease ef the range.
Fourteen hundred pounds of dressed
chickens will be ahlpped from 'the David
Cole establishment this week to Fort
Meade and Robinson for th Washington
birthday dinner t f th L'nited States troops
stationed at those post The contract for
tbe chickens has Just been concluded and
the chickens Inspected by Lieutenant
Colonel Eastman, chief commissary of the
Department ef tbe Missouri.
Lea e of absence for two monthe havo
been granted First Lieutenant Charles J.
Naylor, Fourth cavalry, at Fort Mead.
Honorable discharge by purchase ha
been granted Sergeant A. H. Hubbell ef
Troop L. Fourth cavalry, at Fort Mead
For Saturday. February V. a wonderful
sale ef traveling bags, auR case and
We purchased at SQe ea th dollar a sam
ple line ef high grade trunks, bags and
suit cases thst ware xhlbit4 la Omaha
for five days several Omaha merchants
bouaht their spring Supplies frore these
sample the lot consists of s early Sat
tlful piece. Sale prices about half.
NEBRASKA CLOTHIMQ CO.
Ba-gsr, Better. Busier That's what aa-
eertisina ta The tee aese for your
ms to th A us re-A merles n TVietnrs
know some will say they ar fake, hut let
some one wno wishes to know about them
write to me. and 1 will only be too glad to
u wnat tney nave eons ror ms. I would
say to ene and all. whe are In need ef
meaioai treatment, don t put It off. but
go to Dr. Theodore Mlien and let him tell
you your trouble, ss he told me mine. In
s way that I have never been told before
lie told m that my trouble was s ruadowt
THEATER DEAL IS CLOSED
Orpheam Ceaspaay Bare Balldli
Oeewple aad the Oae
The deal by which the Orpheum Theater
and Realty company secured the Orpheum
theater building, formerly the Crelghton. at
Fifteenth and Harney street, wss closed
Thursdsy by L. Lansburgh, general attor
ney for the big theeter company. W. K.
Homan and the lepreaentatlvea ef the
Crelghton Theater company.
The lot on which th building stands is
Uxl33 feet and besides the theater a two
story building, occupied by cigar stand, sa
loon and sgency of a cash register end
scale company, goe with th theater prop
erty. The second story of the building on
the corner Is a hall used for a school ef
dancing and various public meeting.
Mr. Lansburgh said there waa a proba
bility thl building would be mad a four
story structure whan tbe theeter ia gen
erally overhauled after the season close
this year. ' No definite plana have been
made for remodeling, but some work will
be don to put the property In first-class
"It is the policy Of th reorganised Or
pheum Theater and Realty company to own
the house In the various cities end had
we not secured the Orpheum property la
Omaha we would undoubtedly hav .secured
a sit and erected a theater. Tbe company
hs a new theater la Baa Francisco, bui't
a aew on ia Oakland, will bar a sew ene
in New Orieens and Xsasss City, while we
secured this year one In Minneapolis."
Mr. Lanaburgh will be la Omaha until
Saturday, when he will retura to hia borne
la Baa Franciace.
One Shermaa upright, la mahogany case;
costs whea aew SJM. Thia piano is only
about T months old. Is la perfect condi
tion aad Is being offered at lUe, oa easy
- "Exchange Department."
Short Page ef the Esuslae.
L. W. Wskelry, general passenger sgent
of ths Burlington, is in Denver.
A. L. Mohter, genersl msnager ef the
t'nion I'aclf returned Thursday from
Ersstus Young, general suJItor of the
Hsrrimsa lines, left Thursday evening for
J. Y Buckingham, asslatant general pas
senger sgeut of the Burlington, and Wil
liam Lalur. holding a sirrulsr position at
St. Louis, will k-sve Saturday afternoon for
an extended (lip to Cuba.
The lists of ths member of the new Rell
asy Men's club of Omana a hows ever
members aad assure bg success for ths
club frum ths sisrt. The eirectur hav
plann-d for a meeting for Ssturdsy Boon at
the Omaha Commercial club rooms, at
which time a location for th club will he
Tne general offices of the railroads cen
tering In Omaha will be closed all day Maw-
day I Waahlngtoo'a birthday! and auntireda
of tbe clerks srs tsking sdvanisg of tiis
v ses uon period to msxe visits to surround-U-m
towns. With a half holiday Maturdav
and the office cloeed Sunday sad Monday
tne employes wui have practically tare
day' v a ration.
Tne Nebraska Railway eommlaslo hsa
refused te accept eiaaetficatioa No. as of tae
weetera liaaaincauoa Bureau, which has
been In effect a lace October 1 oa the road a
west ef tbe Mississippi river. The west
eiaselflcauaa No. ea will be effective oa
tne western roads A(.rtl 1 aad ths commis
sion al l thee be asked te accept that class
tficsttoa Thia ruling leave claaalf k.stiw
Ko. M affective ta raebrasa.
t . .
condition ef th kidneys Snd Beeves, and
thst this wss ths real cause, of all roy
trouble. I would to Ood I knew What to
say that H might benefit other. 1 Will
(Isdly answer any on doubting this state
ment. I am singing praises of tbe Aastro
Ameeiren Doctors wherever 1 go.
Hoping you will publlah this letter for the
benefit of others, snd wl'h kindest regards.
I remain, your grateful patient.
MRS. MAOUIE EARLY WINE.
DR. THEODORE M1LEX.
LENT NEAR AND FISH LOW
Unprecedented Condition Obtains on
. Ere of Design d. .
KAY BE TOO GOOD TO LAST LOXfJ
Cat ask Cheaper Thea ' Beefsteak akt
Freeeat Ft lees aad Shad's Egg
Cest Lews Ths Pre set ef
' Bar Verd Sea...
With Lent only a week eway, fish prices
Such a condition of th market la net
recorded la past time. Whether It I tbe
trouble of the "fish trust tor Influence
ef the Do star, the monger saith net. but
the price list shows catfish cheaper than
beefstesk. pike ebont the price of eld
rooster, frog leg cheaper tbsn dressed
springs, and roe abad selling for less thaa
Whether the price - wlH advance when
th Lenten demand etrenrthna er not Is
a matter of conjecture, .but tbe dealer
think not, though they ere .making ao
premises aad only advise' dealers te "keep
order coming aad get th trad lined up
Mere are some of tbe prices th butcher
shope pay th wholesaler for titb:
Whit fish, pan froxea. is cents per
pound; winter caught, t cent; Herring,
winter caught, cents; salmon. 10. cenla;
d reared plk. ( cent; pickerel, f. cents;
No. 1, very fine' trout. IS cent; catfish,
skinned and dressed. Ii cents, red snapper,
headless and dressed. . is cents; perch,
skinned, beadle, dressed, ready t cook.
Evert lobsters went doe f to ) ceaia.
and greea one ceo be secured for S7 cents
per pound, while boiled ones bring hut at
cent. Bel, for which there la a good de
mand, sell for is cent per pound ad are
scarce. . . . '
Frogs lege bring et cent per doien. sad
are said to continue to give satlsf action,
while flnnaa haddiea, th favorite, fish of
the Scotch, are sell log for 13 cent per
pound, smoked end ready te cook. -
TOCK1KO DABlbl.lO MAOB BAST.
The Stager Darner darns better and
quicker than by hand. Tbe darning Is more
evse and weare better thaa hand darning.
The device ia very simple, require De
study. Caa be used ea any lock-stitch sw
fng machine. For sals st Singer store, m
Douglas street, Omaha. Neb
One Reynold' Upright. In walnut rase
as seod as new. On of th beat bargain
la the city. Cost whee aew gTTJM. Re
turned from rent. Ha bees thoroughly re
paired aad la aew offered at tlOS-on eisy
"Exchange Department' V .,
J. E. Dewey, .307 Spencer street, fram
Swelling, n.ae; J. J. Kieiaea. Ferty-ftnt
sad Marc streets, frssse dwelling; fl SOS,
R D. PhUllpa, oa Oeergle eveeue. altera
tion te dwclUag. C. F. Mandcreoa.
Fourteenth at rest end Capitol even, re
pair to brick building, lata,