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TTTR OMAHA DAILY BEK: 'WKDNKNDAY. MARCH X 1900.
IS NOW INSANITY
Witi This Judge Earner Hopes
Save Client From Where He
WEW LAW "MADE FOR SHTDIWAY"
At Lent Hit Attorney Sayi Legisla
ture Want Man Hanged.
0IJ1T JTCLY CAS LEGALLY ACT
Superintendent of Aiylumi Could
Not Decide, Sayi Hamer.
CHIEF COO PES GETS LETTER
ease AiMraiu Writer Claim l
fMlltJ Crlm la Haa
Catr for alrk Hktawar
frVan Staff Correspondent.)
UNOOLN, March J.-8peclal Judge
Hiratr, attorney for R. Mead Shumway.
condemned to ha hanged Friday, will ap
peal to th district court of InrajtT
county to save hJa client. Mr. Hamer will
aalt that Bhumway ba given a' Jury hear
ing u to hlf aanity. lie will proceed aa
though tha new law Just enacted hy the
lerlalatura waa not In existence. He will
hold that tha law i not constlttr.lnnal
for tha reon that It gives the superln
(endenta of tho Insane asylums authority
to paaa on tha sanity of condemned persona
and that them superintendent are under
tha domination of the attorney genera', j
r-- ire iiitiiiiiti vi muni umi' r
whoa direction they work. He will also
hold that tha bill was passed expressly
for tha benefit of Shumway. or rather to
prevent Shumway from having a hearing;
by a Jury In Lancaster county. Should
Hamer loaa out In the district court he will
appeal to tha ruprema court.
Chief Gets a, Letter.
TTnder tha new law It is necessary for
Stldg Hamer to secure an order from a dl
trlct Judge, of Gag county before the
prisoner may bo given a hearing and then
tha hearing ia before the auperintendents
vf tba insane asylums.
Chief Cooper thia morning received a
letter from a mysterious personage who
claims to hare been the author of the
murder for which Bhumway Is under
sentence to awing.. It la written on letter
heade of tha Union Pacific aRJlroad Com
pany Hotel Department." and enclosed In an
earelopa to match. It la dated March 1,
but that Mine of tha town In which the
writer la supposed to be is not given, while
tha atamp "Omaha At Odgen R. r. O.."
showing that it waa mailed on the train.
Tha writing looks aa If it may have been
written by woman, or a boy, or a man
attempting to disguise hit chlrography.
Ke Ctarmrettea la Elevator.
Do you amok cigarettes?" waa the first
Inquiry pumped by Mayor Brown at ttie
lamination Monday of applicants for
ltcenee to oper. te elevators in this citi
Tba fact that every one of the forty ap
plicant for Hceoee got It seems to Indicate
that Cigarette anioking ia on tha wane in
thia city. In fact not an applicant was
turned down for any cause. There was
nothing technical in the questions asked,
hawing knowledge of the construction of
elevators or their scientific operation,
farther than an Inquiry aa to whether or
not tha proposed operator knew anything
about electricity tn cace It appeared that
ft waa an electric rather than a hydraulic
elevator which he was applying to run.
Tha inquiry waa directed chiefly to the
age, term of service and the . reliability of
You Are Invited to
7 At .
, . i"t
This is a view of the laboratory in Lynn, Mass., in which
Lydia E. Pinlthara's Vegetable Compound is made.
There is a sign 5 feet long and 2 J feet wide attached, permanently,
to the front of the main building which reads as follows :
Publlo inspection invited from 8 A.M. to 4 r.M.
. Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co.
What does this sign mean ?
It means that public inspection of the laboratory and methods of
doing business is honestly desired. It means that there is nothing
about the Pinaham business which is not " open and above-board."
. It means that a permanent invitation is extended to anyone to
come and verify the statements made in the advertisements of Lydia
E. Pinltham's Vegetable Compound.
Is Lydia E. rinaham's Vegetable Compound made exclusively
from roots and herbs I
Come and See for Yourself.
. Do the women of America continually use as much of it as we
are told f
Come and See for Yourself.
Was there ever such a person as Lydia K. Pinkham, and is there
any Mrs. Pinkham now to whom sick women are asked to write?
Come and See for Yourself.
Is the vast private correspondence with sick women conducted
by women only, and are the letters kept strictly confidential ?
Come and See for Yourself.
Have they really got letters fromnore than a million women i
, fTnmn and See for .Yourself.
j Have they proof that -Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
las cured thousands of these women ?
. Come and See for Yourself.
This advertisement is only for doubters. The great army of
women who know from their own personal experience that no
, medicine in the world equals Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
I pound for female ills will still go on using and being benefited by it ;
'1 out the poor doubting, suffering woman must, for her own sake, be
, I. taught wnfidence, for she also might just as well regain her health.
It Is Not Because
Hood's Sarsaparilla contains
sarsaparilla, simply, but be
cause it is composed of more
than twenty great specifics,
so combined and proportion
ed as to be raised to their
highest efficiency, that it
effects its wonderful, radical
and permanent cures.
These are the very specifics that suc
cessful physicians prescribe fordiseaeg
of the blood, stomach, liver, kidneys
afld bowels, and for low or run-down
condition of the system ; but they are
Dot all found in any other medicine.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is "Peculiar to
luelf," a ad this is why there is no real
substitute for it. There is no "just-as-good
" medicine. Its cures of scrofula,
ctema, eruptions, catarrh, rheuma
tism, anemia, nervousness, that tired
feeling, dyspepsia, Ions of appetite and
general debility, are in many instances
so remarkable as to surprise physicians,
nurses, patients and all others having
knowledge of them.
If urged to buy any preparation said
to be "just aa good," you may be
sure it is inferior, costs less to make
and yields the dealer a larger profit.
Get Hood's Sarsaparilla today. In usual
liquid or tablets called Persataba 100 doses tL
the applicant, and whether or not he was
polite to those coming tn and going out.
However, one qeustlon was modeled to dis
close whether the applicant knew how and
when to open and close the elevator door.
There are several applications pending upon
which no hearing has been had.
Lancaster Geta Brldgea.
Contracts for the construction of twenty
six new wooden bridges In nine precincts
of the county and the repairing of two more
were let by the county comralslsoners on
February 24 and the fact became known
when tha record of the letting waa entered
upon the commissioners' record Tuesday
morning. The estimated cost of the work
is about 0,100. The Standard Bridge com
pany, contractors for the bridge work of
the county, will do tfie building. The bridge
company got the contract last year for
doing work for tha county at a certain rate,
depending upon the kind and quantity of
labor and material required. In that way
the cost of the bridges will depend upon the
amount of labor and material required, de
termined after tha work Is completed.
A number of Unootn business men are
talking of starting a new bank aa soon
as the bank guaranty act is passed. It is
said that stock is being pledged and ar
rangements made for opening the Institu
tion. Among bankers there has been much
criticism of the policy of flooding the city
with circulars. -
Chief Clerk V enable of the Lindell hotel
today resigned his position and will re
turn to the Henshaw at Omaha, where be
waa formerly. - He will be succeeded by
Farmers to Sell Owa Prodace.
BROKEN BOW, Neb.. March t-(Spe-cial.)
Farmers of rBoken Bow and vicin
ity have organised themselves into an asso
ciation for the purpose of ahipping their
own produce and other auppllea needed on
the farm. H. E. Myers is temporary chair
man and editor C. W. Beal of the Beacon,
temporary secretary. A committee ap
pointed to draft articles of incorporation
and bylaws is composed of W. E. Willis, 8.
A. Dean, F. Mohat. 1 W. Umstead and
C. W. Beal. There is also a committee
on membership. Any member must be a
stockholder to the extent of one share, not
exceeding ten. It ia the Intention of the
association after It becomes stronger to
own its stock yards, elevator, etc., and have
regularly appointed officers to handle
money and do all the buying.
Let Tha Bee Want Ads do the work foi
Visit This Place.
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MAJORITY WANT BIG DllCll
Unofficial Returns Show Large Ma
jority for Drainage District.
ELECTION BEFORE COTOTY BOARD
rroaresalve tea la Movement to
Praia Psria Lands Retiree. F.Ik-
barn and I'latte Itlvera. Is
rnofficial returns from the votes on the
drainage district question shorn- that tne
propos tlon to drain lands between the
I latte and Eikhorn rhers. has csrried by
a majority of 10.131
When the ballot box closed last evening
til realty owners having .' votes had
cast their bsllots. S4.711 In favor of the
ditch and 14.K4 against It.
The Board of County Commissioners of
Douglas county had 1.050 votes on the ques
tion and Commissioner Kennard. acting for
the board, plumped them all for the dis
trict. Every real estate owner in the dis
trict affected has one vote an acre and the
county gets its votes through the punuc
The vote la tn accordance wKh and by
virtue of the state law relative to the
formation of drainage districts, which wss
drafted largely through the legislature by
W. J. Courtright of Fremont. Mr. Court-
right attended the election Tuesday, hav
ing been retained by some of the men
active in proposing the district to guide
their atepa In the matter. The vote Is not
by Australian ballot because each voter
has to record his or her decision together
with the number of acres or lots, range or
city, section or lot.
Vote Also for Directors.
By provision of the law all tha. voters also
recorded their preference for five directors
of the d.sirict to serve if the proposition
carries. The following were placed In
nomination at a meeting held In Waterloo
Frank Whitmore. W. S. Wright. Charles
B. Compion. P. J. Langdon (Gretna),
A. Wlcklund. John Zeis. A. Stenleln, A. P.
Akeriund, J. C. Robinson, 1ewls Zwlebel,
Nela Johnson (Fremont), Mons Johnson,
J. H. Taylor, L. Peterson. Geoiga Cowles.
John Oberg. John Hall, J. H. Riggs and
D. P. Noyes.
Of these Whitmore. Taylor, L Peterson.
Cowles. Oberg. Hall, Noyes. Riggs and
Zwlebel announced their resignations aa
candidates, but they are being voted for
Just the same.
Seven women were among the 120, who
had voted by noon and some of these al
leaat went against the district. Tho votera
thronged the office of the commissioners
and tha first floor corridors of the court
house all day and talked little else but the
district and drainage ditches In general.
to Mann Murder
La Payette Dales Will Be Sentenced
from Twenty Years to Life
Term at Ogallala,,
OGALALLjk, Neb., March 1 iSpeclai
Telegram.) Lafayette Dales, under indict
ment for the murded of Volly Mannon
October (, thia morning waa allowed by the
court to plead guilty u murder in the sec
ond degree, and will receive his sentence
before court aljourns. The sentence will
be not less than twenty years In the peni
tentiary and may be for life.
Mrs. Jennie Gregor, who ia also Impli
cated In tho Mann murder, by her at
torney, Albert MuMoon, has filed a peti
tion for a continuance to enable them to
obtain further testimony relative to the
aanity of the woman. Muldoon read to the
court letters from officials of asylums in
New York state which set forth the woman
Is an Incurable and has escaped from tha
asylum several times, and that she waa
unable to distinguish be' ween right and
wrong, and that this defeat or disability
has existed from her birth.
MTRDER TRIAI, AT TEK1M1H
Xtrbolaa Far re as Before v Jary oa
tharae of Kllllaw Lester Ball.
TBKAMAH, Neb.. March t-(Speclal-The
district court is tn session here this
week, with Judge Troup on the bench.
The first case called waa that of Nlch
olaa Farrens, charged with murder In the
first degree, having killed Lester Ball In
a fight at Decatur, Neb., on the night of
December . A Jury has not been secured,
but It is expected that the box will be filled
out of the special venire subpoenaed yes
terday. According to tha story told at the inquest
Karrens, Ball and a number of others
were returning from Onawa, where they
had been with grain and when crossing the
river the ferry boat got stuck on a sand
bar; the teams were unhitched and swam
to the Decatur shore. When Farrena got
Into the row boat to come over he missed
a Jug of whisky which he bad purchased
rat Onawa. Some one told him that Ball
had taken it across aome time before, so
when ho reached the Decatur landing he
proceeded to find Ball, who told him It was
down to his (Balls house and that he
would go with him to get IL On the way
to the house a f'ght occurred and Ball was
W. F. Gjrley of Omaha is assisting
County Attorney Clark In the prosecution
and Frank Howell of Omaha, W. M. Hope
well and T. R. 'Ashley are attorneys for
Haatlaas tfalooae Kites Tlase.
HASTINGS. Nob. March I.-iBpecal.)-I'ndcr
a ruling by the supreme court yes-
j lerday ti e five saloons, whose licenses were
hiiJ Invalid tra nays ago. will be permitted
to operate pending action on motions for
Tt hearing. Attorneys for the civic fed
eration asked the court fT an Immediate
mandate in ra-h of the five cases. Time
for filing motions for rehearing, under tho
usual ru e cf the court, will not expire
uniil April S. The motions of the civic
federation attorneya oil overruled, which
U taken to mean that the saloonkeepers
will have the full forty cava In which to
file inelr motions for rehearing.
Maaaeateadera Klght Over Mae.
BRIDGEPORT. Neb.. March t-(SpecUl.)
County Judge Etejieville today charged
th asaault to do great bodily injury to
the person of one. George Petker. The de
fondant aaa admitted to bail in the Sam
of $1.X pending tht preliminary examina
tion, to be he!d March 1&.
Tha parties to tl.e affray ara home
steaders residing about thirty mi ea nortn-
eaat of Bridgeport, and the trouble aroso
from a dispute over i the division line
between their homesiecds. Petker is con
fined to his bed and is re (o.-ted to be badly
Harrlaon a Morton. Flo; erne boulevard
and I-arimure avenue, frame dwelling,
4.M: Warren J. Frank. Tltirt v-f irst and
, Corby at reels, frame dwelling, V.'u
Charred Body is
Found in Cinder
Car at Valley
Believed to Be That of Tramp Who ill
Tried to Steal a Bide in
VAt-LEY. Neb., March "-(Special Tele
gram. t The half burned body of a man
was found late last night by round house
employes here in a car of cinders. The
arms and legs were entirely burned off and
the rest of the body badly charred. Only
the head remained intact. The man had
red hair and moustache. His hat waa the
only part of his clothing that was not
It Is believed he was a tramp who had
crawled Into the car to get warm and being
overcome by fumes from the cinders, which
were loaded red hot, hsd burned to death.
The car waa shipped from Council Bluffs
February 19 and has been standing on the
side track here since then. It la one of a
number of cara the company ia accumulat
ing here to protect tho bridge In caae of
The body wsa turned over to Coroner
Heafey and has been aent to Omaha
Last night a tramp notified the local
roundhouse men that there waa a body In
the car. The men paid little attention to
It and did not Investigate until about mid
night. Coroner Heafey aaid ha had re
ceived a letter dated from a Kansaa town
aaylng he would find a body In a oar at
Valley. This waa before the finding of the
The finding of a piece of gaaplpe and a
pair of glovea near the steel cinder car In
which the charred body of a man waa dis
covered Monday at Valley, leada Ocroner
Heafey to believe that perhaps the man
was murdered and then placed in the car
of hot cinders In order that the crime
might be covered up.
PVLriT THO'ES ABE POPCLAR
Other (saiTSN at Haattaga W 11
Adopt DeTle to Reach glek.
HASTINGS. Neb.. March 1 tSpeclai.)
The use of the telephone aa a means of
giving Indisposed parsons an opportunity
to hear church services la apt to become
general In many of tha larger churches In
Hastings. An apparatus for communlcaUng
the services by telephone waa installed In
the Methodist church on Sunday. February
a. and last Sunday a similar device waa
placed In the Presbyterian church. Con
nections were made under the direction of
the pastors, who were careful to see that
no able bodied person waa allowed to listen
to the services through tha telephone. Rev.
H. B. Harrison of the Congregational
church, startled hie congregation Sunday
by announcing plans for Including a skat
ing rink in the proposed new edifice of thst
denomination, declares that ha, too. will
install a telephone In his pulpit If the ex
periment proves a success In the other
Xehraalta, Jltwi otea.
BEATRICE The garage operated in this
city the last two yeara by C. Charles Jones
was purchased yesterday by J. C. Wheaton.
BEATRICES Work on Wymore's new
opera house will be started In a ahort time.
The building will cost about $10.0 and will
have a seating capacity of about 600.
SARGENT Arnold, a thriving Inland
town, twenty-five mlleefrom a railroad.
In the weatern part of Custer county, has
filed a petition with a view of incorpor
ation. KEARNEY District court convened to
day and onlv one cawe was tried, that being
a divorce caae, Reilly against Rellly. and
the decree waa granted the woman on the
ground of desertion.
SARGENT Lon Ash. a young msn at
Gates, while ahaping a harrow tooth got
a hot iron silver In his eye. He took the
Broken Bow train for Omaha, where he
haa the assurance of saving his sight.
BEATRICE Mrs. Collsta Dudley died last
evening at her home in this city after an
Illness of several montha of Inflammatory
rheumatism. Bhe is survived by her hus
band and two children, a son and daughter.
I.EIQH Rev. Charlea E. Shaw of Council
Bluffs occupiej the pulpit at the Congre
gational church last Sundsy. A call to
assume the pastorate of this church has
been extended to Rev. Mr. Bfaw and he
BEATRICE Company K of Wymore waa
Inspected last night by Captain Winana. a
regular army officer. The company num
bers twenty-nine men. and the inspecting
officer appeared to be well pleased at the
HASTINGS The civic federation haa ap
pointed I". 8. Rohrer to conduct the pro
hibition campaign In Hastings next spring.
The organization passed a resolution
pledging Its support to him "until the
saloons are driven out of Hastings."
BEATRICE Colonel Mather of Omaha In
spected the drill team of Washington tamp
No. t. Woodmen of the W"orld. last evening.
The offlcera and drill team were recently
chosen to exemplify the work at the Juris
diction convention to be held at Leaven
worth, Kan., next week.
KEARNEY A change In management of
the Golden Eagle Clothing atore took place i
todav. J. F. Crooker retires and W. D. I
R.-ckefeller of Horton. Kan., takea charge.
The atore belongs to the Tmker estate and'
Mr. Rockefeller represents that eatate. hav
ing a store at Horton also.
LEIGH The fifth and last number of
the high school lecture course waa given
at the opera house on Monday evening.
Denton C. Crowe!, the portrayaliat, appeared
and Impersonated the Rev. Sam Jonea. the
great eouthern preacher. Arrangemente
have been made for another lecture course
to be given here next winter.
BEATRICE F." D. Kechley, a farmer liv
ing southwest of the city, was In town
yesterday and atated that winter wheat In
aome localities did not look the best. He
thinks with plenty of moisture In March
the crop will show a marked improvement.
The wheat market has been strong here
the lsst week, the top price, being
HASTINGS John Merkle. Jr.. has been
fined IX and coeta In the county court for
assault ing hia mother. Sarah Merkie of
Hanover township. Mre. Merkle had her
divorcMi ltjsband. two eons and another
man arretted on a charge of trespassing.
Her hukhand was discharged and trial of
Claua Merkle and Guy Gughton will take
BROKEN BOW Electric light proposi
tions have been received by the city coun
ril from O. P. Sells of Sterling. CiUo., and
O. J. Shaw of Aurora. Neb. Ixnal capi
talists have also submitted puis. A com
mittee appointed by Mayor George now
has tre pro(ositton iinaer eoimaeration
and will submit its choice for the people
to vote upon next month at the municipal
BROKEN BOW Edward Young, about 28
veara or age. rr.argeo wun ronaucuna- a
bootlegging business on an elaborate scale.
wss brought here from Bargent Dy uneriir
Kennedy and fluced in the county Jail to
aaat' his preliminary before Judge
Humrhrey. He claims to be from Iowa.
but haa been hanging about Sargent
I The best thing in all the
world is Good Health.
Quit coffee -and use
it make, the rich, red blood of
"There's a Reason"
I B gaasaaaa aaasaaa tt.
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The New Spring Styles
HPHE first glimpse at something new, especially when it is
such bewitching suits and dresses as ours are, is very
refreshing, and fashion has many new innovations this sea-'
son that are charmingly expressed in our styles, whether
they be found in the beautiful three-piece suits, the indis"
pensiblc two-piece suits or the new onepicce tailored suit
on princess lines. All are here awaiting your mark of ap
proval, which we arc sure you will graciously accord them.
The New Suits $25 to 95
Ultra smart creations for spring in the newest of imported fabrics,
such as the soft white grounds with the stripes and checks, the new statin
soleil, satin prunelas, imported man's suitings in addition to the most ex
quisite plain fabrics in all the new colors. Prices ranging-"
$25.00. $29.75, $35.00. $40.00 up to $95.00
We have now in
styles in satin messaline
ular because of their adaptability tor so many occasions, rrices ranging""
$19.50, $25.00, $29.75, $35.00 $45.00
THE MARCH NUMBER f thia big, wholeaome mag ax In of Um ent-of-dlocrs ia a
departure from any magazine publiahed. It ia a great, big, invigorating book of
Spriasg, full of the best picture and the most useful and entertaining articles. It will
start yoa planning, and help you through every stage from anticipation to realiza
tion. You will especially want to read:
PIRATES OP THE AIR
"They come like thieves in
the night, dropping hundreds
of feet from high up in the
ky, catch themselves, circle
once or twice, then come at
the owl like a thunderbolt."
A quotation from the unusual
story of decoying hawks,
in March RECREATION.
RECREATION it not merely a magazine but an institution. The men who write for it hive all "been tKere."
tod cm b depended upon for help mod tmpirathn; their experience becomes your advantage. RECREATION'S
Lcfoncabaa Bureau aid it readers in every possible way, and it charges nothing for ita services. It will help yaw
plan any trip you may want to tale camping, fishing, canoe or motor-boat craning, automobile toura, horseback r
walking trip. It containa a multitude of full page plates from the most spirited and unusual photographs obtainabU.
And you are sure to want to read some of the many intensely practical " Hew Te" articles, a few of which are I
How to Build a Haxdy Cruising Tent
How to Select a Motor for the Boat
How to Locate Motor Troubles
Overhauling Your Canoe
Motor Boat Cruising around Chicago
"THE RECREATION BUNGALOW," a most important paper by one of New York's meet
successful architects, describing two ideal bungalows of small cost which he designed
especially for RECREATION. These very attractive recreation houses can bo built for ?750
(for four or five persons) and $956 (for six or seven persons), and the working blue prinU,
together with complete ordering lists, etc, will be supplied tor a very moderate cost.
U jraar stawadealer caan.t aupply yoa wit March RECREATION, saaa as 35 eta far a cay. YsaH 0k it. AalatwM
RECREATION, 24 West 39th Street, New York City
of th winter apparently dnlnfc tittle work.
When eearched a gun was found upon him.
BEATRICE Grand Master Miller. Grand
Secretary Gage and a number of other
prominent Odd Felloms of the state arrived
here this morning from Lincoln for the
rjjrrjose of lnsnectina a number of sites
relative to the location of the Old Fellows' ,
hnme here. The visitors were driven about
town in automobilea and entertained at din
ner at the Paddock hotel by the memDers
of the local lodge. The party left on an
afternoon train for Auburn, Neb.
BEATRICE The Bard of Kducatlnn met
last evening and dispoaed of considerable
routine busineaa. lrced;ng the regular
business before the board, the recent high
school trouble over the suspension of four
teen young men, members of the senior
class, waa taken ap. The hoard voted to
aliow the "red sock brigade to return to
school on condition that they comply mlth
the demands of Principal Beers and con
duct themselves in an orderly manner here
after. 'My I-year-old boy waa badly conatl
pated. had a Matt fever and was in an
awful condition. I gave-him two doses of
Foley's Otino Laxative and the next morn
ing the fever was gone and he was entirely
well. Foley's Orlno Laxative V saved his
life." A. Wolkush. Cas.mer. Wis. For sale
by all druggists.
Plea to Keep
Girls on P'arms
Appeal Against Coming to Cities, but
Women Will Aid Those
That country girls may be met at trains
and given attention in the city will be
asked of the local Young Women's Chris
tian association by the woman's department
of the Minnesota Bureau of Labor, which
Is trying to get such a work established
throughout the middle-west. Railroad are
asked to post the following signs In all
station large and small:
To Young Women and Girls: Do not
come to tue large cities unu-as absolutely
necessary. If you mum came, write in
advance to the Young Worai-n s Christian
asauclatton and the free employment bu-
reau. Tbr inx'tutions will endeavor ta
obtain a respectable position for you. and
will inform uu as to the aages you U
receive. Two days before you start far
the ctty write again, naming the day and
the hour our train will arrive, by tuie
15 iO DOUGIAS ST.
our display a
and foulard dresses. They, are now so very pop- 1
"WE ARE THE PEOPLE"
say the Eskimos. They call
themselves the "Innuitt"
th "people." With character
Jitic egotism they say that th
Great Spirit went on creating
Italil saw Tal IriSMA a.fltagi SaJaw
vao taa su SMaisuv ivsioua
when He was satisfied ana
ended th experiment Avery
Flies for Trout Fishing
Pollock Fishing Off New Brunswick
Fitting Out a Yacht or Motor Boat
A Cruise to the Okeechobee
means a respectable
oman will meet you
at the statiion and see that you are safely
the place where
you are to be
Whether thera is a great need for the
work In Omaha need not be argued, but
In the largeat cltiea of the country rail
road stations are' often haunted by men
and by women who hover about looking
for Innocent, credulous and unsophisticated
ORTH 16TH STILL. IMPROVING.
Are Bl Attrartloaa.
The above mentioned firm haa just fin
ished remodeling Its new store at SH
North Sixteenth street, and It now haa one
of the prettiest and most attractive stores
In he city of Omaha.
Thia firm has been in business 'In this
city for the last twenty-five years, the
larger portion of which time they were
located on South Sixteenth atreet. Last
summer, however. It removed to Its pres
ent location at Sixteenth atreet and Capi
tol avenue, in the Masonic Temp'.e building,
where It eecured two elegant rooms, which
it has converted Into one Isrge store. A
big arch ay haa been cut between the two
rooms and a balcony landing has been
built on either side of each room, which,
on account of the extra high celling, allow
about the aame aioe aa four floors.
The New York style of window haa been
Installed and It Is an attraction worth
special trip to aee. The wlndoms consist
of four distinct departmnts. one of which
is rilled wun revolving Itgures Which are
no doubt the but th.r.g of their kind ever
Tlisro la Only Ono
"Br onto Qulnino"
Laxative Bromo Qulnln
VCCD THE WOKLO OSTJf TO OUJtZ A OOLB M QHK BAT,
Ahrayi remember the foil same.
for thia gtfnature oa every boa.
full showing of the very newest
The INTENSE EXCITEMENT
that a hunting dg feels in
th presence of gam has
sever been as well shewn as
in th series of extraordinary -
photographs taken expressly
or RECREATION for March.
They ar accompanied by a
very entertaining and in
structive article on field trials.
seen la Omaha. Thia window la devoted te
The firm haa added a ladles' department.
Including suits, skirts, underskirts, dr easel
and millinery. This department la complete
in every respect and a full showing of the
very latest styles In spring and summer
effects are offered for the public Inspec
Watch for grand opening; announcement.
In the abdominal region la prevented by
the use of Dr. King's New Life Pilla, tha
pairlesa purifiers. 26c For sale by Beaton
FOR OMAHA, COUNCIL BLl'FFS AND
VICINITY Fair and cooler Wednesday.
FOR NEBRASKA Fair and cooler
FOR IOWA-Oeneral!y fair and cooler
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
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5Ptd 1 p. m 6!
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