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THE BEE: OMAHA, SATURDAY, APRIL 17. 1900.
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Good Umbrella Edbolm, Jeweler.
Vollmers, expert cloth titters. 11 It
Budolpa r. awoboda, Publlo Accountant
aUnefcart, photographer, llth Far.uun.
Walkup Steal Batata Co., Mt axoa Slav.
.s.ujtae. Ufa Policies sight draft at
maturity. H. U. Naely, manager, Omaha.
Tote for Ooodley T. Srnk for councll
n an of tne t utu want on tn democratic
Bepublioaa City Commit! Meeta The
oiil republican city commute inert to
night to till what vacancies there are.
W. v. Taemaa, (01 First National Bank
Bldg., lenda money on Omaha real estate
in lumi or t&OO to tao.000. Prompt service.
Babbl Oohn o "The Dlrine la History"
The subject of Rabbi Cohn'a address to
night at Temple' Iarael wll be ''The Divine
In MlBtory." -".
There Are Bevaral Way of Savl- Th
Nebraska Saving ana Loan Association
y. and other, our way pay a' r
cent. Board of Trad building.
v To Oct a Chaac on th ridellty
and Caaualty company' accident policy
being rattled at the Elk' fair? The one
that pay 1100 a week th Mat of your
l'.r for diaabillty donated by H. E.
Palmer, eon a Co.
Clerk Ooea Throng Bankruptcy Wil
liam Henry Muaaman of Omaha, giving lila
occupation aa a clerk, haa filed his volun
tary petition In bankruptcy In th United
States district court. Liabilities ri49 IT; as
Court Direct the Judgment The ca
nf H. N. Stevens for t&.OOv damages agalnat
the Mlaiourl faciflo Waa speedily dlspoaed
ct Thursday afternoon by the court di
recting Judgment In favor of th Missouri
Pacific, 'the Judgment waa ordered on the
ground that the same tsauea were Joined
In the ce In the alate court where Judg
ment had be?n previously given for the
And Clever, Skilled Tsilors
WILL look ftr th detail of
your Spring attlr In this store.
That mean perfect and satisfying
The fashionable attlr for men this
season will be so different from thos
of former seasons that almost any
"bold-over suit" will be unpleasantly
conspicuous. Better get In touch lth
one of our salesmen today. He'll be
pleased to post you on tne correct fab
rlca for this season's wearing.
Tnuiirt SS to $12 - tilts $25 ti $50
U'lLUAM JKKAEMS BOSS.
809.1 1 8ovU 10th St,
$3.25, full size, 3-panel screen
burlap filled, Sat- 25.
urday only, each .. .
$2.50, full size, three-panel
screen, golden oak frame,
best quality silkoline fill
ing, Saturday only, 1 69
each .....,,. a
$17.00 Brussels Rug, size
9x12, good quality, new pat
terns, floral and Oriental
designs, Saturday 3J
only, each Al
Like illustration stands 5
feet 8 inches high, fine
weathered oak finish, brass
hands, brass hour figures, .
winds with brasB chain, has
brass weight, guaranteed
works. This is the greatest
bargain ever shown in
clocks in Omaha none sold
to dealers Saturday only,
MIourl Pacific In th case of Crabtree,
as administrator of the estate of Stevens,
against th Missouri Pacific, both cases
being Identical, but with different
WW Tell Children Stories Miss Cald
well, Instructor ot children's literature at
the Kearney Normal achool, will tell chll
dren'a stories In the lecture room at the
Omaha Publlo library Saturday morning
at 10 o'clock. Both adults and children are
Invited to attend this lecture.
MISS GIBSON LOST AND FOUND
Secaad Night f Kike' Program at
Aadltorlam Heipcessf ally Enltv
ened by Kldaapiaa Feat a re.
Grave fears that th Kike' fair had been
th acen of a kidnaping aroused police,
detective and private eirclea at th Audi
torium Thursday morning. While Mr. J.
C. Huteson, matron In charge of the the
atrical troupe of the fair, wore out several
pair of spectacl lenses In a vain search
for th missing young lady, who atage
nam I th Oloson Girl, Police Captain
Mostyn, private detective, aturdy blue
eoata to th number of half a dosen and
a score or more of sympathetic patrons of
the Elks' carnival organised a systematic
search for the loet girl. It was discovered
that th last seen of her waa by Mlns May
Weaver Wednesday night, when Ml Gib
son had been shown th downy boudoir
provided for the troupe, and had sought
th slumber due th tired t; Ir worker. A
squad of reserves waa about to be sum
moned from police headquarter when one
Of the efficient police officer on duty at
th fair olved th problem of th dis
appearance by forcing th Gibson Girl re
luctantly to come forth from a corner of
a covered ahetf counter,' where the neatly
dressed doll had lain over night. Much
to th relief of Officers Cooper, Cornesu,
Lickert, Cunnlngtiam, Carney, Thresher
and J. B. Wilson, whos brows had worked
overtime In producing adequate perspira
tion to suit th occsslon', Miss Gibson now
holds her accustomed place on the minia
ture stag at th fair and Is waiting to be
bought by some admirer of the combined
srt cf Charles Dana and a skillful doll
The ancond night ot the Elks' fair vied
with th first In th number who attended
and in the brilliance of th event, for in
spit ot th rain and th chill air th
crowd wss almost ss large a that of the
Early in th evening th vaudeville was
the feature which caught the crowd and
after that was over all ths booths were
visited in turn and many stayed until a
late hour listening to the muslo and mutat
ing friend. To meet everyone that on
knows in Omaha It is only necesaary to
take a place near the entrance and sooner
or later all will com through th door.
TMa social feature of th fair la on which
Is doing much to make It popular.
Heating A Heyden. 115a Lolhrop atreet,
frame dwelling. U.im; liaattug A Heyden.
lt7 I x tin op airect. frame dwelling, gl',000;
Hastinga A Heyden. loO) lothrop atreet,
frame dwelling. t?.0u); Hasting A Heyden,
laid Lothrop vtreet. frame dwelling, tl.WO;
Hatting A Heyden. loc6 lolhrop stret,
frame dwelling. fc!.S0O: Haatings A Hey
den, .'11 Lothrup street, frame dwelling,
t.'.&UO; Wanting A Heyden. HIS Lothrop
street, frame dwelling, l:MX; Hasting A
Heyden, 1T-V7 I.othrop street, frame dwell
ing. K.5O0; Haatings A Heyden, Thirty-third
treet and Ames avenue, frame dwelling,
fci.tkO; Heating A Heyden, iVC Wirt street,
frame dwelling. U.MO; Hasting A Heyden,
1407 Madison avenue, frame dwelling. tS.M).
Hastings A Heyden, 411 Madison
avenue, frame dwelling, tJ.tOu; Had
ing A Heyden, !U4s Ames avenue,
frame dwelling, ti'.OAO; Haatings A Heyden,
X21 Camden avenue. Trame dwelling, ti.uuo;
Hasting A Heyden, 821 William street,
frame dwelling, J.0u0: Hsstlnga A Heyden,
2&k Webeatrr atreet. alteration and repair
to frain- dwelling, feao; Charlea W. Martin.
K'liteer.ti and Emmet streets, frsm
uwt'ling 4.Mb, Charlea W. Martin. Twenty-iour-h
trev and Camden avenue, frame
dlliut. el.fiO. W. T. Uraham. Twenly
Tvvilh krid Ohio atreet. frame dwelling,
fc.400; Mr. Mary Angress, 4738 North
Thlrty-elg'-'h sifeet, addition and repair
to dwelling, lls.uu): tinlib Brick company.
Tl.tr. y-ftrt and Ib street, kiln and
amok stark. tJO.vciK Empire Investment
company. -i lavenworih atreet, brick
store building, S&.uu: Alfred Thompson.
Twenty-sixth and Grant streets, frame
dwelling, t. Mt; Alfred king. Twnty-lth
reel and Klllat-in avenue, frame dwelling
U'i 1. A. Bnir r.tf Capitol avvnuc.
iCrtims dwell;.B, 2.3oa
BIG CITIES LOOKING FOR MEN
Oeorje D. Meiklejohn Adviiei Citi
sent of Omaha to Go to Foils.
EN0U0H OF DEMOCRATS ALREADY
Vletor Roaewater Calls Alteatlnn t
Till Oeaermlly E stressed eatl.
aeat at Their Otn Party
Harmony and eonfldtnc wr th watch
words of the Central Republican club at
a rousing meeting held at th club room
Thursday night, when Oniri D.. Meikle
john, former assistant secretary of war,
and Victor Rosewater were th principal
apeakera. James Walsh, president of th
club, wss In th chair and most of th
candidates on th republican ticket also
"Men Is whst all the larger citlea are
now looking for In the administration of
their public affairs," said Georg D. Mai
klrjohn. "City tfter city has been rnt
wide open by exposures of graft because
th right men have not been placed In
office. Did you ever notice that th man
who complains the loudest against his
taxes or because some man Is nominated
to an office 1 th man who stays away
from the polls on th day f the primaries
and allows soma on also to make his
choice for him? It I given to every Ameri
can cltlsen to protect his own Interests
and the Interests of hie neighbors, and If
bs does not do ft It is his own fault. If
th affair of Omaha are not administered
for the benefit of the people It Is because
the people do not go to the polls to do
their duty. If you want th affairs of this
city to be In control ot the republican
party go to the polls and vol th straight
republican ticket. If , you fall to vote
straight th flrat thine you know a precinct
has slipped away from you, then a county
and soon th state. Th lower house ot
con frees will soon go and th party will
soon lose ths administration of national
Coadltfoa ef Perfect Harmony.
"Tonight we find a condition where all
contention has been blotted out from the
republican ranks, a condition ot perfect
harmony and the party united. I predict
a larger vote for the republican party In
May thar was ever cast In Omaha before.
"I have known John P. Breen, the head
of your ticket, for the last twenty-five
years, and the republican party has named
a standard-bearer who Is a msn of the
greatest probity and who will be a credit
to the city of Omaha In any position In
which he is placed. He will make ho dis
tinction betwsen the man ef wealth and
the man who tolls.
"You have nominated a man for city at
torney whom I have known alnce the early
'80s, and I want to say that Nlson Pratt
la a msn whose honor and Integrity will
be the same In publlo office aa It ha been
In handling the affairs of his clients.
"Go to the polls and vote for the men
named by the votes of a majority of your
party and you will have done your duty
to your party. There Is no reason why
every republican should not love the prin
ciples of his party and stand with it
Repabllcaae Tsrs te Wla.
"It Is our turn to win this spring," ssld
Victor Rosewater, editor of The Bee. "Th
people of Omaha seem to need , an object
lesson every once In a while, and once In
about every fourteen year they elect a
demncratlo administration, and the people
of the state do the same thing .about once
every ten yesrs. '
"Although the governor hss been In of
fice and the democratic legislature In ses
sion about three months, from what their
own democratic pspers sre saying I think
the people of the state have had enough
of them already.
"Every man on the republican ticket la
head and shoulders above his adveraary on
the democratic ticket, and that Is putting
the comparison mildly.
"The democrat sre going to conduct this
campaign along th sam lines as before.
Tomorrow night they will go through th
form of making a platform aa long aa
from here to Council Bluff, and there will
be a many plank In the platform aa there
are ties on the rsllroad between here and
Council Bluffs, and each plank will prom
ise something Intended to gull a few voters.
"The thing for the republicans to do Is
simply to point to the two object lessons
of democratic admlnlstrstlon, city and
stats. They promised as much as they
could and delivered as little as possible.
Their own newspapers denounce1 their
broken pledges, and if they went Into of
fice under falsa pretenses the people ought
to be reminded not to fee fooled again by
th sam fellows.
"Th real question la to give th city a
government by men competent to perform
the wrk and who will not promise to do
things they know they cannot do and whol
will uphold th reputation of th city so
that when Omaha people travel away from
horn they wont hava th dlsordltabl per.
formances of their official representatives
thrown up to them."
Eleveata Ward Orgaalsatloa.
An organisation among th republican
of th Eleventh ward, calculated to roll
up a anug republican majority In that wrd
at the coming municipal election, was ef.
recttd Thursday evening at th fontanel!
club rooms,. 1608 Howard, atreet. Howard
H. Baidr'.g was unanlmoualy chosen presi
dent. F. C Rogers was elected secretary
and August H. Schroeder treasurer.
Th appointment of an active and ener
getic executive committee to act in con
Junction with th ward member of th cen
tral committee, waa also provided for. and
th rest of th meeting wa given over
to addresses by th voters present
"Psrtlsanahlp ha been placed above pub
lic policy by the present democratic admln
latration," declared President Baldrlge of
the club. "Th democrat in power have
used their position to strengthen democracy
in the city and state and the voters and
taxpayers have suffered. They hav there
by failed to do their duty to the citlxens
for Omaha haa suffered while the derm
crata hav proapered.
"What have they done to deserve re
election f Not on thing. They hare ahown
no wisdom In administering th affair of
th municipal government, hav lacked ef
ficiency and the emiJoymenl of economy,
have not lessened taxea and hav passed
no ordinances for th benafit of th public.
In feet, their who! regime ha been a
Atttlad ml IsmUI latere!.
That special interests and th franchlaed
corporation favor a negative administra
tion was outspokenly declared by Judge
Blabeugh and i-Congrsaman John l
How the laws are to be enforced In
Omaha will be the prima issue ef the
campaign within a abort time," said Mr.
Kennedy. "And If any candidate advocate
th Ignoring of any law. especially those
passed within such time as make them
not out of oat, he and hi party should
be Immediately and deeply burled."
Daa Kllien of Beatrice, republican leader
In the recently adjourned
y i 'J. " Vi ?Z rr!
Boys' Wash Suitr,
It's time 'to dress your boy In a wash
We are showing an Immense variety ot
them, all new, fresh and unusually attrac
tive. They are made ef vartoua excellent wash
able materials In many beautiful coloring. -Well
made, perfect fitting garment in Rus
sian and Bailor Blouae styles for boys from
t to 10 years of age. These euits sre the meat
ervlcabl and Inexpensive of any boys' gar
ments. Se our exceptional values at
$1 to $4
sentatives in the state legislature, and
A. W. Gale, formerly of the Lincoln Dally
Star, also mad warm addresses, predict
big a republican victory In the atate and
city of Omaha, aa the result of their study
of the present situation,
People of Stat on Watch.
"Out In the slat the people have faith
In- Breen and the rest of th ticket," they
said. A republican administration in
Omaha for the next three years would be
conducive to good business and good citi
zenship, and would make Omaha In the
northwest what Kansas City Is In the
southwest. The trouble with Omaha today
Is that th city Is arriving nowhere on
account of the fact that th democrat
don't know how to run things."
Hearty endorsement for the republican
mayoralty candidate and the whole repub
lican ticket were freely expressed by all
th speakers. Besides those already men
tioned, those who made brief remarks
war: N. P. Dodge, Jr.; Edgar A. Beott,
Cadet Taylor, Henry Oetrom and other.
Bullion is Found,
Two Men Caught
Nineteen Ban of Metal Recovered
for Smelter and Suspected
i Robber Arretted.
Nineteen bar of bullion belonging to the
smelting company and having a value of
hundreds of dollars, were recovered from
I'th horn of the two men who are suspected
of stealing them, when th latter were
arrested between t and 4 o'clock, Friday
morning, by th police.
Bpeclal Officer Bcanlon and Moran and
Night Wat oh man Ross of the smelting
plant. Detective Ferris and Officer Fahey
of th police were concerned In the case.
It la thought they have broken up one of
the gang of thelvea who have been working
along th river bottoms.
Joe White and Liouie Blmon were th men
arrested, th former being held on a charge
of larceny and Simon as a auspicious char
acter. White la aald by the officers to
hav been leaving the grounds of the
smelting works with a bar of the bullion
when he was arrested. An 'Investigation
disclosed seven other bars of the metal,
hidden in the shack where White and
Blmon live. In the rear of the dog pound
at Sixth and Webster street.
Blmon was taken to jail and a aecond
aearch brought to light seven more bars
In the shack and four "pigs" of bullion In
a pile of sand near by. White and Simon
Mrs. Bretterman of Denver, C. Wright
of Portland, I. I. Williama of treeoU,
Aria., are at the Rome.
T. J. Maderia of Denver. A. J. Klein of
Brainard. li. 8. Hall of Oklahoma City and
A. W. Amlersun of Fort Dodge are at ths
W. 8. McCune of Sidney, Mrs. M. O.
Walrott, Bertha Shaffer of Norfolk: Iren
Kolden of Stanton and C. C. Lenders of
St. Paul are at the Loyal.
F. B. Bacon and C. J. Ooetxe of Kansas
City. C R. Klgas and L. t Strong of Lin.
coin, W. C. eUoele of Alliance and R. E.
Pate ot Denver are at the HenHhaw.
Attorney General Thompson of Unco In
is in Omaha today to confer with th at
torney in the express company cases with
a view to agreeing upon a referee fur the
further hearing of evidence In these cases.
3. T. Daltcn of Junction City. Kan.; J. .
Newell of Pierre. S. D ; li. M. Wells of
Cody, R. J. Nightingale of I,oup City, B.
A. Dixon of Kuans, C. 8. Anderson of Nor
folk and C. J. Allison of Neligh are at the
Charlea Clayton and 8. E. Trleher of
Denver. Dr. D. 8. Moore and eon of James
town, N. D. ; Frsnk I.aflln of Lexington
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Kllpatrlck of Beatrice,
Dr. L. M. Nleleon ef I-aurel, p. o. Stone
braker of Bcotland. 8, D. ; C. I,. Chaffer of
IJncoln. Helw Hord of Central Clty, W.
J. Woods of Bpenrer. E. It. Townsend nf
O'Neill and K. K. Chase of Ban Jo, Cal
are at the Paxtoa
W - I : I 'I
Suits at S12. $15. $18
Regardless of your preference as to fabric, style or color,
we can show you the exact garment that will best please you
in appearance, fit and at a medium price. Their very evident
fine fabrics, correct styles and new patterns, give these gar
ments a smart, handsome character that appeals to every man
who examines them. '
Yet our modest prices meet the demands of the most eco
nomical men. 8pare us a few minutes and inspect these stylish
Men's Cravonottcs at $15
Of course you reallte the absolute necessity (or a cravenette and
the only question 1 the quality and price.
The quality well our new, spring coats are fully equal to the usual
"Nebraska" high standard. We show them In regular and military styles,
In all the new spring fabrics and also flecks.
Made of pure worsteds, scientifically ralnproofed and strictly hand
tailored, these coats. would never be offered at an ordinary store for less
Youll be glad you asked to see our handsome new Spring Cravenette.
House of Hlfjl"
At the Theaters
"The Claaaman" at the Boyd.
"The Clansman," a play in four acta, from
"Th Leopard Bpoia" and "The Clans
man," novel by Rev. Thomaa J. Dixon,
Jr.; dramatised by the author; tinder di
rection "of George H. Brennan. The cast:
Rev. Ephralm Fpx, a negro exhorter....
Edward IS. HIc
Dick, a dark-skinned white man
Aleck, aherlff of Lister Albert Hanna
Nulse, an old-fashioned negro
. w. T. Flanagan
Carpetbagger, a peddler and auctioneer.
Charlea B. Milllngton
f ranKiin Lyons
Judge Wallace, of the old regime
Gus, of the black guard
K. B. McGulnne
Eve, Nelse's wife ..Maude Durand
Austin 6toneman, th radical leader....
M. J. JoTdan
Dr. Richard Cameron, a conservative...
Flora, his daughter Vlnnie Burns
Nellie Graham, a daughter of the aouth
Elsie Stoneman Evelyn Faber
Helen Lowell, her schoolmate
Mae R. Roberts
Ben Cameron, the Clansman
Ellas Lynch, lieutenant governor nf
South Carolina Joseph R. Garry
Nearo Corporal Frederick Johnson
William Pitt Bhrlmp, governor of South
Carolina J. R. Lorraine
Jake, the auctioneer's clerk
Genersl Nathan B. Forrest, grand wli-
sard of the Klan James O. Sander
Orderly A. H. Miller
The United State Commissioner
"The Clansman" has been received so
often that it would be a wast 'of time to
give It further attention. In the handa of
a strong company, capable of developing
Its melodramatic elements, it possesses
some paacing interest; aa a contribution to
history it ha llttl or no value; and when
th company presenting It Is ca fable only
of emphasising Its Inherent weuknosses,
then It become a thing to be shunned.
The audience which gathered at the
Boyd last night to greet the play on ila
return waa not especially large, but wa
clearly In aympathy with the sentiments
expressed by ths players representing the
white man and against those emanating
from the player who represented the black.
I lift ?.xp(it?nti
Boys' Now Spring
Our New Spring Suits for Boys
combine excellent quality with style,
neatness and durability. '
Long experience has taught us the quali
ties that are necessary to Insure good ser
vice and at the same time preserve the
dressy smartness so essential to the hap
piness of tbe average boy.
We are showing some recent arrivals
made of every new material, including
guaranteed navy blue serges. Excellently
tailored and strongly lined and trimmed.
Have Knickerbocker pants. Actually worth
b, but offered here in all slses at
The platitudinous flapdoodle about "the
Imperial race of men" and the herolo re
solve to uphold civilisation and all the
longest of highfalutln speeches that fall
to the lot of Ben Cameron, as, the em
bodiment of southern chivalry, received
applause, and the equally stilted utterances
of Stoneman aa the personification of the
abolitionist, were met with silence or
hisses. The final overthrow of the mu
latto marplot waa welcomed with a much
applause as If It had been a novelty and
Mr. Jordan as Austin Stoneman, the
seaJou abolitionist, and Miss Faber, as
his daughter, show themselves capable of
grasping the meaning of their roles, and
enact them with care and consentient ef
fective results. The others In the long
eaat Buffer greatly In comparison with the
work of these two. Miss Faber, In addition
to being an intelligent actress, la very
pretty and make a really charming heroine.
HONOR TO MISS WILSON
Illarh School, Where She Taaaht, Dla.
missed aad Many gtadent
A tribute waa paid the memory of Isa
bella It. Wilson, the high school teacher,
when over 1.G00 students of the school were
dlem'ssed at 1:30 o'clock in order to allow
those who wished to attend the funeral
services. Scores of Miss Wilson's frienJs
snd acquaintances, with aa many of bcr
former pupils as coult be accommodated
in the Central United Preabyterlan church,
packed that edifice at I o'clock Filday
Rev. R. B. A. McBride, pastor rf th
church, officiated and the pallbearer wer
Principal E:il V. Graff of the high lirul.
Profs. J. F. Woolery and B. E. Mc.MilUn,
William F. Johnson and George F. Gil
more. After the church aervlce the casket was
prepared for consignment to Kearney,
where Mls Wilaon formerly lived and
taught. The body was accompan'ed by the
mother and brother. It will be Interred! al
At a special meeting of the high achool
faculty callid for Thursduy afternoon to
take appropriate action over the death
of Mill Wilson, resolutions wer adopted
and a handsome floral offering from the
Hat Is Here
ir Its a ques
tion of color,
shape or dimen
sions, or all of
find a combina
tion e t a o tl y
suited to your
of price Is easily
you will find
the Hat that
at the price you wish to pay. We
mention some of our leading brands:
John B. Stetson $3.50 to $12
Orofut & Knapp ..$3
Moreau & Co. Paris, .. .$5
Knapp Felt $4
"Lawton" Hats .......... $2
"Nebraska Special" . . .$1.50
Our spring styles are the kind
you'll like. You'll like them for
smart looks first. You'll like them
as long as you wear them for the
way they keep their good looks
You'll like tbe long wear you get
ovt of them and, of course, you'll
like the easy price.
.Our $3 grade la the 94 shoe of
Every new style and leather In
shapes that fit tbe foot and th eye,
teachers wss sent to th horn. Many
other floral expreaalon of aympathy and
regret also covered the casket with silent
tokens of the high esteem In which Miss
Wilson wss held by her friends.
WOMAN GOES OUT OF WINDOW
Fall Throngh Cilaa la Sraffl sad
Is Severely Cat He
Falling through a window pan during
a scuffle at 832 Dodge street sbout 1 o'clock
Friday morning. Ethel Black, an Inmate
of the place, waa severely cut a number 01
times on the right arm and had to be
taken to St. Joseph A hospital, whin she
Is suffering from loas of blood.
Dr. Newell waa called to the rear ot ths
saloon at Ninth street and Capitol avenue,
where the woman was taken. He found
that the large vein, several raIl veins,
blood vessels and the flexor muscle had
been severed or lacerated by th sharp
edges of the broken and flying glass. It
Is thought that she will survlv th acci
dent. PETIT JURY JAKES A REST
Federal Coart Body Lara Off Vatll
Monday, Orrlna; te Lack
The petit jury In United Bute court ha
been excused until Monday, a no further
trials were ready.
The federal grand Jury will be empanelled
Monday. There I a considerable grist of
small business to come before the grand
jury. Most of th case ar for boot
legging, minor postofflce offense and on
or two counterfeiting.
The district court docket msy not be
cIled until the grand Jury complete It
work. Among the first case to b called
up In the district court will be th railway
ssfety appliance cases. Th land case will
not come to trlsl until some time In May.
Injared la Fire
or bruised by a fall, apply Bucklen's Ar
nica Balv. Cure bums, wounds, sore,
eczema, pike. Guaranteed. 26. For aSl
by Beaton Drug Co.
Bee Want Ads Ar Business Booetsra.
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