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THE OMAHA DAILY BLK: XVKUNKSUA . . MAHCH 31. 1303.
News of Indoor and Outdoor Sports T
FIGHT OF OLD ASDNEW STARS
Tt'i Team Will Play Senator! at
Vinton for Practice.
CKANCE TO SEE OLD PLAYERS
rVashlogtaa Tram. (omiw4 of
Foraaer WMttracn Wka Have
Karaed Promotion, Play
Joe Cantillon, manager of the Sonatina,
111 arrive thll morning from Topeka,
whers his aggregation played yesterday
with the Cooleycrows. and will play for
two day at Vinton street park with Ta'a
Colt. Canttllnn ha more Western league
traduatea than any other team In the buel
neaa without tha possible exception of the
Chicago Cuba, an4 the Omaha fane are all
anxious to see how these atara have Im
It will also he the first opportunity to aee
Pa's new recruits In-action. If the weathor
man ha hla way Captain Franck will give
a (sod many of the playera a chance and
will not keep any of the men at work too
Llaeos) for Both Tram.
Here ia a list of the two teams;
Omaha. Position. Washington.
Oiaham First fret-man
flair Second L'nglaub
"adman. . . ,
Rltsman. .. .
. . Center. .
Hanaen ... Pitch
March 31 and
S.30 p. m.
April 1. Garrw called
a.MES SCHEDII.E9 TIIK . LIMIT
Will Play Klahteea Gamn of Rim
Ball Dorlag Season.
AMW, la.. March 30. (Special. )Ame
haa acheduled the limit of Mleaourl valley
haae ball gamea for thia seaaon, with a
total of eighteen. Theae and other datea
ara aa follows:
April K Kanaaa Agricultural at Ames.
April B Drake at Dea Molnea.
April 7 Drake at Ames.
April IS Mtnourl univeraity at Amea.
April 0 Mleaourl univeraity at Amea.
May 1 Nebraska at Amea.
.May 4 'Washington univeraity at Amea.
May a South Dakota at Amea.
May 7 Coa college at Cedar Rapid"
May t-Cornell college at Mount Vernon.
Ma.y 14 Cornell college at Amea.
Mar IS Iowa at Amea.
May IT Drake at Dea Molnea.
May m Orlnnell at Grlnnell.
May Iowa at Iowa city.
May ROo college at Ames.
May SS Orlnnell at Amea.
Amea' track team will enter ee-ven field
meet thla epring, Including two freehmen
meats, two dual meeta. a heme meet and
the two big mee'a. The achedule la aa fol
lowa: April 17 home meet.
April 14 Fast high again Amea freehmen.
May .1 Weat high agalnat Amea fresh
men. Mav a Drake agftlnat Amea.
May 18 Orlnnell agalnat Ams at Orlnnell.
May l Btate meet at Dea Molnea.
June e-Mtssourt Valley conference meet
at ie Moines. ir , . . , .
RIG PI RSEVt!lT 0 AW A HUKl
Flvo ibuel noil a re Hii Ip for
ONAWA. la., March 30-Speclal. -The
l'u:e for h h!g. western Iowa rare meat
to he heM a; Onawa on July 20. !' . nd
IS liavt Jvt heen announced aa followa:
Tl'F.SDAT. JVLY 20.
V'..-t race. Z:ih trot
aeond race. 2:'J8 pace
T.iird race, 1-year-old trot
WEDTXEflDAT. JULY 21.
fl'iit tec. i:2t trot
Second race. !:) pace
Trr race. 1-yesr-old. pace
THl'KHDAT, JULY 22.
First race. I:l trot
eoond race, 1:16 pace
Third race. S-year-old trot, one-halt
mile heata 200
FRIDAY. . JULY aa.
Flrt lace, 2;JS trot . 0
Second race, 1:10 race
Third race. 2-year-old pace, one-half
Thla makea a total of 16.000 to be hung
up: The praaident of the meet la M. M.
Wiae; traaaurer. Will Roaa; aecretary. I. A.
Blotcky. Bad J. C. Rouah, aasiatant eecre
tary. The entriea for thla meet cloae July
?. and the recorda made on that day are
no bar. Onawa haa the fineat track In the
northwest and will make a big bid for at
tendance. Weston's Condition Good.
Ol KAN. N. T.. March 30 -ijidward Pay
on Weaton left Olean at o'clock thla
morning for Jameatown. fifty-one mllea
aaay. where he en pacta to apend the nluht.
William M. A bra ma of the Bnowshoe dub
walked aa far aa Salamanca with Weaton.
The roada ware In better condition than
Laata Omaha at :JS P. M. and at
S IS . M. you ara In Chicago, a here
direct connection la made without
transfer for .
and Other Eastern Points.
-Try Rock Island Next Trip.
O. 8. PENTECOST, U. P. A.
r. P. RUTHERFORD, C. P. A.
fourteenth and rarnam Streets,
Wata yoo oar Gold Medal rioar
bo aoi-o s(W askbarn-t'roaby'a bold
Medal rioar. Ibis la lotaortaal
t 1 . ..."
those fovered yesterday.- and Salamanca,
eighteen mllea dleiant. wet reSuhed at l:4.
Weston's condition la gvtod and he la walk
M EXTJ O THE RtJUHIG TRACKS
Light Wool Kin r'earth Race at
Emeryville from floodlight.
OAKLAND. March W.-Ught Wool
erored an eaav victory In the aeven fur
long event, the feature of the card at
Emeryville today. The Thomaa horee waa
an odda on choli-e and reveled In tha muddy
going, floudliaht beat Jeahne d'Are for
Merond place. Roaevale proved a aurprlae
by winning the firat race. She waa quoted
at 3 to l. Summaries:
Firat race, futurity courae. eelling: Roae
vale Koaa, 1 to 1) won. Tom Shaw 1.
C. Miller. 11 to t aeoond. Fred Mulholland
(111. Mclntvre. IS to li third. Time: 1:1.
Argonaut. John. n. Sheehan. Serenade,
Oeieola. Hai let. Btrlke Out and Severton
Rcind race, four furlonga. puree: Penn
(104. Teplin, I to li won. Redeem T04.
Imea. 10 to 1 aecond. Fire (107. Walah. 7
to It third. Tlm: 0:&. Pretend. Charlie
Hargyave. Warfare, Balronla, Nautical,
lyewliton, Tipater and Rivera flniebed aa
Third tnce. mile and aevanty yarde, exil
ing: Steel iM. Deverlch, H to it won,
Tanke- Daughter (98. Coburn. 2( tA t) aec
ond. El Plcaro.ilOI. Scovllla. a to I) third.
Time: 1:50. Banpoeal. Keep Moving. El
gont. PreMlge. Markla Mayer and Voloday,
flniahed aa named.
Fourth race, aeven furlonga. puree: Ught
Wool (102. Mclntvre. t to 4) won, Cloud
light (102. Deverlch. B to aewmd. Jeanna
D'Arc (9t. Roaa, 1 to 1) third. Time: l:Sn.
llueky. Rather Royal. Btllv Pullman and
Fleurnolr finlahed aa named.
Fifth race, mile and one-fourth, eelling:
Fantaatlc 104. Buxton. ( to 1) won. Men
don (1ii. P. Miller. 17 to 1 aecond. Milford
(10R. Walah, to i) third. .Time: t:l.
ljidy Allca. Banrdge. .loa Nealon. .Apt,
Colonel White. Henry O.. and Benvlolo
finlelied aa named. '
Sixth race, futurity courae, eelltng: Son
Homme (SW. 8 to 6) won. St. Erancea (113,
Mentry. to ? aecond. Cotytto (SB. I'pton,
10 to 1) Ihlrd. Time: 1:11 Pulford. Roae
gal. Rchleawig. Rght Fjiay and Laura Clay
flniahed aa named.
Sexenth race, five furlonga: Youthful (10
tMcRabe. even) won. Rnllat 1104. Hannan,
6 to I) aecond, Myetlfler (108, Burton, even)
third. Time: 1:05. Charley 1-nek, . Arthur
StlUwell, Big Hand. Dandy Danner, (ra
Sudduth. Laughing Eyea, Trey of Spadea,
mmarlea at Santa Aw Ita.
ANGELES, March ao.-Santa Anita
Firat race, selling, alx furlonga: Baxll
till. McQee, 1 to 6i won Willie Oroarg (111,
4 to 1 aecond. Paumonok (114. Dennlson,
a (o I third Time: 1:16. Luck Lad. Pro
lific. Town Topica. Skylark, Catalite, All
AMaze. alao ran.
Second race, selling, three furlonga: May
Bride (10:. J. Howard, to 1) won. Ulllum
(109, J. Brooke, t to 1) aecond. Irma Lee
108. Kennedy, to t) third. Time: 0:1ft.
Mra. Frank Hogan I-ady Paret. Young
Mlaa. Bird Chance. La Severna, Oenoe and
Roberta alao ran.
Third race, aelilng. alx furlonga: Lord
Veleon (111, McOee. even) won. Lord of the
Foreat (111. Buiwell. ft to 1) aecond, Ooa
aiDer II (111. T. Rice. .0 to 1) third. Time:
1 MS. T,ee Harrison II. Blue Heron, Laud
able. Rdondo and C. W. Burt also ran.
Fourth race, purse, mile: Norhitt (107.
Butwell. even) won. tiny . Planer (10'i Mc
Oee. to 10) second. Edwin T. Eryer (111,
Lyndhorat, 16 to 1) third. Time: 1:39,.
Fifth race, mile and threo-slxteentha,
aelilng: County nerk (112. RVce, even) wr,
Oberon (1B, J. Brooka. 10 to 1) aecond,
Mlaa Naomi (2, R. WilHama, IS to 1) third.
Time: 2:1V Hi Col Cap, Kln ef Mlet,
Naamerlto. Cambyaea. Bye Bye II and
Silver Knight alao ran.
Sixth race, aelllnf. alx and a half fur
longa: Inclement (112. ReUlar. J to I) won,
French Cook (lit .1. Howard. ( to I) aee
ond. Sand Piper (IW. Muaarave. 1 to 1)
third. Time: 1:90. Gerry Mander. Signer
Shapdale. Meddling Hannah, . OlUa. Ward
and Yankee Tourlat alao ran.
Seventh race, selling, seven1 furlonga:
Slharl (114. J. King. I to 1) won. Fleming
1. Tain. 11 to 10) second.-. Kim wood
(114. Howard. 7 to 1) third Time: 1.17.
Mary P. and Quagga alao ran.
lanaiarlM at Jatckaoavllla.'.
JACKSONVILLE. Fla.. Maroa M. Sum
marise : v ' '
. Flrat race, Ylve furlong:' Imptrimmer
(105. Charley 1 to 1) won. Separator (109,
Burton, 1 to 1) second. Calabash )', Obert,
4 to 1) third. Time: 1:06H. Haymarhet
Orlflen, R. M Mcleod, Bit amen. King
Thorpe, Rivery, Mr.. Knap and Preati also
Second race, mile: ' Jeannette M. (100,
Brannon. 1 to t) won, Ornamoaa (SU. Han
nan, even) aecond. St. Abe (100, Irvine, out)
third Time: 1 :48. ' Charlotte Hamilton
and Hawk a Eliarht alao ran.
Third race, alx furlonga:- Siskin (10E,
Griffin, 1 to 1, won. Halifax (107. Hart,
event aecond. John Oarner (T14. McCabe,
out) third. Time: 1:1644. Font, Ray Thomp
ann. Rosehurg II and Guy King alao ran.
Fourth race, aeven furlonta: Bitter Hand
(110. Flynn. to 1) won. No Quarter (106,
Hannan. nut) aecond. Elyalum (M, Brannon,
even) third. Time: 1 Layeon. ToMah,
Minnehaha. Judge Treen and Marry Belle
Fifth met. five furlongsi . Carrie Elder
(S4, Brown. SO to T) won Roeooi Friend
t, Hannan, 1 to a) second. Miss K. O. B.
(M. Brannon 1 to 3) third. Time: 1:054.
Pink Carnation, Merrlngo, Tres Joll and
Lychorinds alao ran.
HOI.I.Y JOI9 THK ROIRKB TRIM
Raagy Pitcher Cornea . aa Reaartes
with the Family..
Holly H'ollenbeck arrived at the Smoke
house Tuesday morning, was put throuaTh
the usual routine by Brother- Dave and
sent to the grounds to warm up with the
: rest or the oite. The routine constats of
j the giving of a suit of clothes, an order
' on the hotel for a room and meale and an
order for a hair cut. Holly aays he Is in
fine shape and ahould be able to go to
work aa early aa any of the reat of the
Bath, the big flrat baaeman from Holt,
vllle, Cal . haa been sent his transporta
tion to come to Omaha and tha Union
Pacific reports that he la now cm the
Captain Franck la giving the bys all tha
work hs dares In the hle,h wind which Is
Mowing. Moat of the practice haa heea
done at the north end of the grounda, un
dor the prottctlon of the high fence.
Df.t MOIXRI OCT) FIELD MEET
Mlaaoorl Valley Coolest Will Be Held
There Jaae 5.
rF,H 5IOINES. March SO-At a meeting
today of the gamea committee of the Mis
souri Valley Field Meet -association, cover
eilng the etates , of Towa, Nebraska. Mis
souri and Kansas, held in this city. June 5
waa selected aa the date for the annual
field meet. . -With one minor change the
ame rules will prevail aa were used at
Kansas City last year. Llalnger of Mil
waukee waa chosen aa alerter. Dea Molnea
was chosen, as the place for holding the
Held met. '
. Driver MoDooatl4 Dead. .
EAST AIRORA, N. Y.. March JO.-WII-
Ulam B. McDonald, the widely known grand
f circuit driver, died today near the Jewett
P vllle track.
i Two Raralarlre with I.lttlo Besalt.
; DAVID CITT. Neb., March 10.-(8peclal.)
I David City la enjoying', another burglar
I asare. Laat Friday night some party at
tempted to-get into the atore of Eller A
Son. but-was probably frightened away,
as there waa a key left In the lock. Last
right parties entered I. C. Harrle' drug
atrre. One cash drawer was broke a into
and 20 cents taken. Another cash drawsr
was not touched and the parties left a roll
of wire and a pair of pliers. Probably they
were alarmed at something and left.
"Asbestos Century" Shingles
The Modem Rooflaf Slates
Our ISO Catalocito
U lfa aaaaa of '
We're rel .
Keasbey & Mattison Co.
A. A. Avoir, Mgrs Omaha. Branch,
j 1211-121& Baraiey tttrearb
CUBE IS EASY FOR CUTLER
Frenchman Hakes Poor Showing in
Match with Boiton Man.
SUTTON OUTCLASSES DEMAREST
Cwre Will Plar Cltae Tfcla After-
ooa aa Moralaawtar Will
Meet Catler In the
StaadlaaT of the Mayers.
Played. Won. lat.
NEW YOtlf Mui'h an In the oontinu-
ation todav and tonight of the International
championship III balk line billiard match
at Madiaon Square Garden, good playing
occurred. In the afternoon Cutler eaally
defeated the Frenchman. Cure, while at
night Sutton outclassed Demareat and won.
00 to 434. Tomoirow afternoon Cure and
Cllne will meet and In the -evening Moi n
irgatar and Cutler will meat.
Tha afternoon game In the world a cham
pionship billiard tournament . In progresa
at Madison Square Garden here, nrought
Loul Cure, the French champion, and A.
G. Cutler of Boston together. The Paris
ian was not In his beat form and was
Cdtler played a strong.' conalstent' gams
throughout. In his fourth Inning he put to
gether !. The best run Cure could make
was 0. The score:
Cutler: 1, 7. W. 86. 11. t. . 10, 0. , , 4P.
40 0, , 4, 0. 0. 51, 17, 0, li, U 2. 40,
18. 0, it Total, M0.
Average, 17, 24-28; high runs: 96. 58, 81.
Cure: . 28.. 2, 4. 5. 60. 3, 8, i, i, 1, 14, 0.
4. 1. 1, 1 M. 28. 0, 1. 35. 1 10, 1. V,
5-Total, 2W. .
Average, . 18-27;. rilgh run: 80, 3. 28. ,
The evening game brought together
George Button and Calvin Demarest. Sut
ton won the bank, but failed to score.
Demarest made three and retired. In the
fifth Button got. the balls In good position
and ran np 101.
In the ninth Inning. Sutton: by delicate
nursing, made a run of 77. Demareat ran
St in his eighth and followed this cleverly
with 60. At the end of the tenth inning
the Score stood: Sutton, S47; Dema-rset, 174.
, 8utton ran out in the twenty-fourth In
ning, with 38. The full score follows:
Sulton-4), '1. 10. 2. 101. M,' 1. 77, 1. 30,
(0. 81. 28, 0. 10. 22, 1, . 1; 1, 0, 2, 39. Total,
too. Average: 20 10-11 High runs: 10L
Demareat-4. 16. t 1. 0, 10. 5. B0, 30,
18. I, 27. 84, 0, 0. 0. 0. 41, 6. ,'2. 63. Total,
424.- Average: 18 11-3. High runa: 84, 83,
WITH THE BOWLERS.
Thrtse gamea for the Stors Triumphs.
Tonight. Gate Citys against Jetter's Gold
tops. The score:
1st. , id. 3d. Total.
Frllacher 198 200 187 580
Weber 140 17 1 4M
Zimmerman ,... 308 .107 181 561
Francisco X 2rt2 208
Andereonv 192 171 187 W0
Totals 4 884 2,751
METZ BROTHERS. .
1st. Jd. M. Total.
prague 153 1M 170 474
Showalwr 184 US 134 421
Penman ; 2!ft 143 180 87
Blakenev '.. 180' 155 2WT '521
Huntington 3U03 . 181 181 528
Totals 900 740 862 1.4M
The Mid-Summer league opened up last
night on the Association alleys, between
tha -CudaJiye. and. -Yousem's Ooltav with the
Cudahya taking two out of three games.
Klesane. fha young Colt, hit tha pins for
234 for high single game. Tonight the Mer
chants Nationals and .the Peoples store.
1st.. Id.' 3d. Total.
Rudlnger K5 m W 543
Matthea 147 J 88 158 4
Powell 301 188 10 461
Totals ....508' 528 508 l.ill
1st. Id. M. Total.
Hawley ' 128 175 13 461
Kiaeane 142 2S4 141 517
Yousem 130 118 183 411
Totals-" 3 517 487 1 J7
In a- return match game between the
prldo of the Birmingham Range team, Mr.
Martin, and Vaughn Coughlan on tha Asso
ciation altera last night, Coughlan won out
by seventy-four pine. Score:
1st. Id. 3d, 4th. th. Tot'l,
Martin 161 181 . lito 158 is HI
Coughlan.... 183 19 188 188 . 1st , 815
ASSOCIATION LEAGI B WEST SIDES.
1st. Id. 3d. Total.
Hawley- ......... i2 : 1 ' 487
Klaaane IM 105 148 445
Yousem. 150 i7l 18 ' ajy
Totals 478 Un ' 441 1,421
CBLLAR LEAGUE (MET.) WEflT SIDE8.
' -..i . ' .-1st. -M. Sd. Total.
Chrlstlnaen .- 170 iftf 175 V
L. Norgaard 13 130 170 430
B. Norgaard 145 ,139 ; ll 410
Totals 4M '4 481 1,151
I-st night In the Metropolitan league
Beeelin'a Mlxera won three gamea from the
Dallr Newa team. This makes three teams
tie for first place. Tonight the Ortman
Stars will play the "Bungalows. Score;
DAfLY NEWS. .
1st. 2d; 3d. Total!
Carey ....... 144 161 125 420
MoLan 133 lai 148 414
Merritt ................. 178 181 18ft 641
Totals 46 484 46r 1,171
BESEUN S MIXERS.
Mat. 2d. id. Total.
W. Schneider 1.18
483 512 650 1.525
to Be Made Over
P. A. Valentine and Aiiociatea Will
Organize Company to Succeed
CHICAGO. March tO.-After two da,vs of
arguments, and In the face of a new grand
Jury Inquiry started during the day,: P. A.
Valentine and bis associated interests and
tha banker creditors of A. Booth t Co.
came to an agreement here tonight under
which a new 17,000,000 company will be
built upon the rulna of the failed fiah
combine. W. Vernon Booth, preaident of
the old concern, who ia under indictment
by a previous grand Jury for alleged falsi
fication of tha company's assets, will have
no hand in the new company.
The Booth family holda around t2.ld0.ono
of stock In the old concern.
The terms of reconstruction as agreed
Capital stock to be 17,W.(KK); preferred
stock, U.OUXOflO; common stock, tfc. 000,0X1;
bond issue, 11.600.000.
One and one-half million dollars worth of
bonds to bear Interest at I per cent, pay
The amount of debt against the Booth
company la around 15.000,000 Franck C.
Letts Is to be president. Many details are
jet to be worked out. If all the creditors
consent to the proposition, tho new com
pany will be organised within thirty days.
A Serlooa Breakdowo
resul'a from chronir r-- nstipation. Dr
, King a new Life Pll!a cure headshe. torp.d
jl.er ard horn el trouble, -ft. For sslr h
i t.calwa Diug Co.
Good heating wins the
The real reason back of
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summed up in two
words poor heating. The
house that is not well
heated is surely no
home, and its value and its rental shrink with each rapidly
moving tenant. But good heating wins and holds the tenant.
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(From a Btaff Correspondent !
DBS MOINES, March So.-(Spool al.)-Tho
house of representatlvea of the Iowa legis
lature today adopted a report of a spectel
committee mildly censuring the resents of
tha atate unlverelty and tho trustees of
the normal school for having built without
authority eapenslve residences for the presi
dents of thoee institutions. Ths committee
found that aa to the normal school resi
dence there was no occasion for criticism,
but that "there was soma irregularity In
tha mixing of the old and new ml 1 1 me
fuads." In both rases the controversy
atJse over the right of tha boards to use
funds arlalng from aneclal taxeo known aa
mlllage taxea. Under an old law they could
not do so. As for the residence at Iowa,
City the committee found that the board,
had once asked permission of the legisla
ture to build It, then withdrew tha request,
and later built the house, and then
"That .they did not have available In the
old mlllaga funda aufficlent money to erert
eatd residence and were obliged. to draw
largely for thla purpose from the new
mlllage funda, which they had no lgal
right to expend without leglalatlve au
thority, and that their action in so doing
The adoption of the report was regarded
as sufficient to show that the house die
claims all responsibility for these resi
dences. Ths one at Cedar Falle cost 110,000
sad .tha one at Iowa City 121,000.
Woald Redtstriet tha State.
A special committee of the house reported
today In favor of redlslrk-ting the state in
judicial matters. Tbe committee had in
vestigated for a full week and found that
tha Judges do not work hard enough. The
largest number of daya worked by the
Judgea In any dlatrict was 107, In ths Polk
district, and ths smallest was W0, The
average days of court In the whole atate
laat year waa 174. The committee declared
that the working time could be Increaaed
materially without affecting the effieUmy
of the courta or working a hardship im any
judge, therefore, recommended that the
number of diatricls be reduced from twenty
to fifteen and tha number of Judges from
fifty-three to forty-three. Tbe report waa
adopted and a committee waa directed to
arrange the new districts.
- I.tsteaed to Chief Foeeater.
Tha two houses of the general assembly
this morning listened to Gifford Plnohot,
who heppened in the city. He was Invited
to apeak before the julnt assembly and did
ao. dlsotieatng ths work dene by the for
sstrv densrtmant and the - movement for
j conservation of natural resources. He also
! pleadsd for loaa I) create a commission.
I' Tha hooat parsed the senate bill torhltl-
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A No. 1-12 W IDEAL Boiler and 150 ft. of
38-in. AMERICAN Radistors, coating tha
owner $165, .are uacd to Hot-Water
heat thia cottage.
ding. unfair competition for the purpose of
creating a monopoly In the creamery busi
ness. In poultry buying and In grain buying.
The house passed the senate bill to re
quire that blind children and deaf children
shall attend the state schools, amending It
so that the requirement ahall be between
the ages of 12 and 19 only.
The house passed an appropriation for a
HOOQ dam at Marshalltown and a bill per
mitting Increase of pay of deputy auditors.
' Wise Oot "White Slave'. Traffle.
The senate passed the Saunders bill to
make void the debts against Immoral
women, so that the owners of buildings and
others having a financial interest In bawdy
houses may not hold the women In sub
jection and virtual slavery. It Is tha out
growth of Investigations made here last
year, when It was found that the women
were virtually slaves of a f. w men who
were getting rich off the traffic.
The senate also passed a bill for visiting
committees to the state Institutions before
each assembly meeta; a bill requiring the
state to pay for highway Improvement at
the stale farms; a bill relating to invest
ment of funda of insurance companies; a
bill forbidding marriage of cousins In Iowa,
and a bill to revise the law as to oil In
spection. The senate received the report of the
committee on appropriations for a 130,000
appropriation for further work on the state
historical library and a hill appropriating
13,(V)0 for the commission to plan for beau
tifying the grounds and approaches to the
Tm Well. ;
Because of Llquocide," is Now Said the Work! Over
All the world over there are millions
of people who know the power of Llqu?
cide. They know It from actual exper
ience from the reaults thsy hsva felt
from the good it brought to them.
Seven years ago people sstd that such
reaults were impossible. Now. if one
aays thst, his own neighbors will answer,
'1 am well because of Llquoolde. ' Please
don't say tn yourself that these things
csn't be done, when millions know better.
Try the product end see, and we'll pay
the coat of your test.
What Liquocide Is
Liquocide is a tonic germicide, the
virtues of which ara derUed aolely from
oxide gases. . No alcohol, no narcotic,
nothing but gaa enters Into It. Tbs
process of making require large appa
ratus,, and consumes 14 ds' time. Ths
object Is to rombtns the gases with a
liquid as to carry their virtues into the
The result is a germkttie so isrtaln
thst v.e publish with s.ery bottle an
offer of 11,000 for a disease germ that
Liquocide cannot kill. H destroys hem
berausa germs are of vegetable origin
Rut to the body Liquocide la axhlliral
ing. vitalising, purlfjlng
That 1a It main dialinciion. Common
gsrmarldea are poiaons when taken In
ternally. They are impossible, for Mey
destroy the llMt'ise aa ell aa the germ.
Thar ia nhy medlcii. Prevea ao helpless
In dealin uh '" diseases. Liqjo-
Boilers and AMERICAN
Radiators. If you cannot call,
then please write or phone,
and we will send our com
plete valuable catalogs (free).
Our information and helps
put you under no obligation
to buy. Do it now prices
are now most favorable.
413-417 South Tenth Street, Omaha, Nebraska
Dr. Canfield is
Dead as Result
of Nervous Shock
Former Chancellor of University of
Nebraska Fanes Away in New
NEW TOR K, March S0.-Dr. James H.
Canfield, librarian of Columbia university,
end distinguished as an educator, died to
night in St. Luke's hospital after a short
Illness from apoplexy. Hla Illness wss
brought on by nervous shock following a
street car accident laat Saturday. A brew
ery truck struck the csr In which he was
riding and the pole of the truck went
through the car within a few Inches of
Dr. Canfield, who waa taken to his home
In a atate bordering on eollapae.
Dr. Canfield wss born In Delaware. O ,
In 1847, and had been librarian of Columbia
for ten years. Before being elected to
this position he was president of Ohio Ststa
univeraity for four yeara. He waa a grad
uate of Williams. A chair of history was
created for him in the University of Kan
aaa, and he afterward became chancellor
of the I'nlveraity of Nebraska. Before
entering upon educational work he was
sdmltted tn the bsr and practiced for six
years In Michigan. He waa alao Interested
In railroad conatructlon and devoted four
clds, on tha contrary, acts as a remark
We Paid $100,000
For tho rlghta to Liquocide, after thous
ands of teats had been made with it.
After lta power had bsen demonstratsd
for mors thsn two years In the most
difficult gsrm dlsessss. Conditions which
had resisted medicine for years yielded
at once to It, and diseases considsrsd In
eursbls ware cured.
That waa aavan ysara ago. Since then
millions ef people in every part of the
world have eh a red in the benefits of this
Invention. Nearly every hamlet, every
neighborhood, has living examples of Its
power. Now we ask you to 1st It do for
you what it did for them.
Most of our alckneas has, In lata years,
been trsced to germ attacka. tiome
germs-is In skin troubles directly at
tack the tlssuee. Borne create loxlne,
caualng such troubles aa Rheumatism,
Blood Poison, Kidney Dlseaae and nerve
weaknoaa. Soma destroy vital organs, as
in Consumption. Some like the germs
of Catarrh crsats Inflammation; eorue
cause indigestion, la one of these aays,
nearly every serious ailment Is a germ
Path conditions call for s germl-lde.
not ftr common drug Liquocide does
hat other mesne cannot a':rnmpliah
And it Is urong to cling to old asys
J ' IDEAlT
IDEAL Boilers will Out
last the building, as th.v
do aet rust out or weer
out. They will save mon
ey for yeu te the end of
yeara of hia Ufa to work of thla charac
ter In Iowa and Minnesota.
Dr. Canfield was a frequent contributor
to the magaalnes and was ths author of
"Taxation," "A History of Kansas," "Lo
cal Government In Kansas," and the "Col
lege Student and His Problems."
Among tha honorary degrees which were
bestowed upon him wera L.L. D. by his
alma mater and Lltt. D. by Oxford.
LINCOLN, March .-Dr. J. H. Canfield
wss chancellor ef the University of Ne
braska four yeara. In tha period from 1191
to 1396, and tha Institution during; his in
cumbency received . probably lis greatest
and Kansaa, front which plaoo ho cams to
Lincoln, aa ono of the foremost educators
of tha wast.
How caa any person nn taxing aotno
unknown cough remedy who Foley's
Honey and Tar eoata them no mens? It la
a safe remedy, contains no harmful drugs,
and auras tha most obstinate eovg-ba aad
colds. Why experiment with pour health T
Insist upon having tha geuulns Foley's
Honey and Tar. Far aeJa by all drugrlste.
Work oa Railroad Cot6aT. -
VALENTINE. Neb., March 30. -(Special.)
H. M. Tripp, engineer in charge of tha
Valentine division, with hla several assist
ant a, arrived here laat week to open offices,
and direct work of building- the bow rail-'
road bridge and cutoff east or Valentine.
Tha bridge is to be a bis one and will take
over a year to build and there will be
about 300 mem employed ia building tt.
when millions of people know a wsy thai
50c Dettle Free
If you wish to know what ' Llquocids
does, pleaee aend us this coupon. We
will then mail you an order oa a local
druggist for a full-slse bottle, aad win
pay tha druggist ourselvea for tt. This
is our free gift, made to eenrinoe you;
to let the product itself show you what
it tan do. In justices to y our sal f. lease
accept it today, for it places yoa .
der no obligations whatever.
Liquocide costa 10c god II. " ' 1 '
CUT OUT THIS COUPON
Kill It out and nail it ta Tha Ltqito
aone Company, B. KJaale ft.,
Chicago. . . ;
My dlseaae Is 1 '..
I bsvs never tried tho new Llquoeide,
but If you will supply me a loo botUt
free I will take It
K2 Olve full addreea write plalalr
Liquocide Is tha perfected form of to
product which, in )l original forsa. wss
islied Llquozona. - t
lav ohrelclse or kiMli,! mmt'J !
Liquocide will be gladly supplied tor s test.