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(From a Ptaff Correspondent )
LINCOLN. March S ic al.l A num-
. r Km. ,i .i the f,,rotinnn
srnalon of the donate "nator Hrown's
hill to Inrrraae the oalary of the warden
at the etate penitentiary was passed, but
v-lthnut the merjreney clause. Tlie bill .
provide that the warden shall receive (
.'.0r0 and the deputy warden M.W Per :
jenr. The vi-tt on final passatc was 1J ,
eas and II nave.
ISenator Volpp'n road bill. 8. F., -i7, waa j
paancit. It provides that road tnxra col
let ted on roada within Incorporated towns
and vIMnKca sliull he turned over to the
town or vlllace authorities The vote waa
2."i yeaa. 4 nays.
8. F. 24. by Senator Tlhrtn, wag passed
by a vote of Z' eas and no nays. The
bill applies to cities of from S.WiO to 2.1.(0)
population and put the exdnsion of water
main on the Fame boats aa sewer exten
sions under the existing: law. The bill alsl
provides for the issuance of water bonds
for water extensions the same aa for
8. F. HS. ,Prnatnr Volpp'a bill to allow
Cemetery associations to condemn property
for cemetery purposes, such property to
be appraised by the county commlhSlonei s,
waa passed by a vote of Z7 yean, no naya.
P. F. 210, by Talcott, providing" for the
sanitation of factories, mercantile, me
chanical or other establishments and for
the protection and safety of. employee, was
parsed by a vote of 26 yens and no nays.
The bill provides that all beltliiK, shaft
ing and other mechanical devices shall be
protected by gauids and safety appliances.
Tha senate thla afternoon ( took up the
following bills In committee of the whole:
S. F. VM, by Buhrman, lowering rates on
telegraph messnnos, postponed by the com
mit lea, but rescued by the senate and put
on third reading.
The following bills were orders engrossed
tor .third reading:
8. F. 1M, by Keagan, providing a retire
ment fund for public library employes.
8. F., 2ia, 2;3, 'M. 2'3. 3, by HoaRlund,
minor amendments in the Irrigation lawa.
8. F. by l.ee. lessening the penalties
for bootlegging to make it more easy to
P. F. by T
boards a light to
Tibbets, to give village
vote themselves some
MOIlIS MKASl HE9
Dill I'a ruling Person Serving: Sen
tence for onsupnort Favored.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 8. (Special.) In the
bouse today bills on third reading were
acted on as follows: .
H. n. 344, by Hushee Providing that con
tractors on Irrigation work shall put up a
bond of one-fourth coat of same: passed,
hi ayca, 1 nay.
II. H. 232, by Grossman Providing for a
paroling of a person after sentence for
nonsupport of wife and children If said
person has made proper show Inn; passed,
87 ayes, no nays.
H. K. 'Jti4, by Eggenberger Provides for
filling of vacancies In the office of police
magistrates; passed. 1(3 ayea. 8 naya.
Ii. It. 157, by Hatfield Assignments of
mortgages made prior to last July and de.
fectlve only because assignor has not prop
erly acknowledged the execution made legal
and complete except where such cases are
now In court; passed, 7$ ayes. 10 nays.
H. K. 158, by Hatfield Clearing title of
land where the release of mortgages over
ten years old have been defectively exe
cuted; passed, 67 ayes, 6 naya.
H. B, 818, by Hushee Providing that IrrU
Ration bonds may be payable entirely at
maturity or In installments; passed, 78 ayes,
, ft. S0, by Kelr of Hamilton Providing
that in a legislative Vacancy during a ses
sion the governor may appoint a auccessor
Within five days, who shall be of the same
political party as the deceased member;
passed, W ayea, 87 nays.
H. R. 271. by Qua kenbush A pure lin
seed and flaxseed oil bill; passed, 80 ayes,
H. R !, by McKlsslck-Provlding for
tha forming of health Insurance companies;
passed, 73 ayes. 7 naya.
H. R. U. by Morlarty The Omaha char
ter bum passed. 77 ayes, S nays.
II. H. 273, by Kotouc Requiring Nebraska
Insurance companies maintaining a reserve
or guarantee fund to deposit securities
which secure such funds with the auditor,
and where such security Is real estate to
create a Hen upon such real estate aa like
security to the auditor; passed, 62 yaea, 40
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
IJNCOLN, March 8. (Special.)-John
Grant Pegg of Omaha, Inspector of weights
and measure for the metropolis, waa here
yesterday and today demonstrating to the
legislators the ways that are dark and the
tricks that are vain in the measure and
scale business. He used one quart of cran
berries and one bushel of potatoes to en
tertain a coming and going crowd of rep
resentatives all day long. He la boosting
for the bill now up for passage, which
will provide for the office of state sealer.
The office exists In many other state and
as was shown by Mr. Pegg. is for the pur
pose of protecting the public throughout
the state from faulty scales and crooked
measures just as the people are protected
In the metropolis by John Grant Pegg
Senator Janaen gave his colleagues a
Br Kotbafa rood and Drink
Many babies have been launched Into life
with constitutions weakened by disease
taken la with their mothers' milk. Mothers
cannot be too careful as to the food they
use while nursing their babes
The experience of a Kansas City mother
la a case In point:
"I was a great Coffee drinker from a
child, and I thought I could not do without
It. But I found at lait It was doing me
harm. For years I hd been troubled with
dlixlnesa, spots before my eyes and pain
in my heart, to w hloh was added two year
later a chronic sous atomnqy
"The baby was born 7 nuxiths ago, and
almoat from the beginning, It too, suffered
from sour stomach. She was taking it
"In my dtstreia I consulted a friend of
more experience and she told me to quit
coffee, that coffee did not moke good milk
I have aince ascertained that It really
dries up the milk.
"Bo. I quit coffee and tried tea and at
last cocoa. But they did not agree with
me. Then I turned to Postum with the
happiest results. It proved to be the very
thing I needed. It not only agreed perfectly
with baby and myself, but It increased the
flow of my milk.
"My husband then quit coffee and used
Postum and quickly ot well of the dys-
pepia with whlch'he had been troubled.
1 no longer suffer from the dlulnesa, blind
spells, pain In my heart or aour stomach.
"Now. we all drink Postum from niy
husband to my aevea months' old baby.
It has proved to b the best hot drink we
have ever used We could not give up
Postum for the best cofree we ever drank."
Nam given by Postum Co., Battle Creek,
Uet the little book 'The Road to Well
ville." In pkgs.
Stc read 'the above letter A new one
appears iron time t time. They are yea
al&e, true, aad full of kuu Interest.
utart this afternoon whrn he handed tip an
amendment to a hontlrRKlnjt Mil whlrh
would httve made It a penitentiary offonse
to cell Ihi'mr In Nebraska. The Mil read
to make It a felony to sell or give away
y!niiiM hp mi ii uinii Him ,1 n ill" o ini-ii ii
amend to Infer t afler the word "Indian"
I the phiaxe ' or white porsnn." He with
j drew hla motion aa soon a everybody lie-
Kan to net excited about It.
Senator lteaKn In arpuInK for the prlnt-
I era liihH on Ktate prlntlntr spoke with mmn
fervor this afternoon and called upon the
fires of patriotism to hear him out In his
! position. Senator Smith of Fillmore In op
posing the bill an id that he regretted to
,urpilse the gentleman from Douirlas by
being so unpatriotic. Senator Manning took
! his turn and In beginning his argument
: said that he. too. hated to surprise the
i gentleman from Itouglas by appearing In
nn unpatriotic light. Whereupon the sen
ator from Imnglas remarked, aomewhat
dryly. ''It la no surprise at all, I assure
Manager is Dead
J. W. Maxwell. Vice President of St.
Loui & Southwestern, Dies Sud
denly of Apoplexy.
TT l,KR, Tex., March W. Maxu-ll.
first vice president and general manager
of the St. lnuls Southwestern aallroa.l,
who died at his home here early 'oday.
was one of the oldest and best known
railroad men In the southwest. He did
suddenly of apoplexy as he waa preparing
to retire. Apparently he had been In KO'jd
health. Burial will be a Tyler.
Mr. Maxwell was 61 years old. For mnnv
years before coming to the cotton belt
route he was connected with the MIa.oui1,
Kansas, & Texas railway. At the time of
his resignation from the latter road ho
was general superintendent of the ay-Hem,
with headquarters' at St. Iouls.
Mr. Maxwell had In the last ten ycarj
served on several committees of railroad
managers appointed to adjust difficulties
with employes and he took a prominent
part In the negotiations at Chicago last
winter that led to the adjustment of the
difficulties of the tralnment of the twenty
one trunk lines who threatened to strike.
Mr. Maxwell leaves ft widow, one daugh
ter and three sons. One son, William K.
Maxwell, Is live stock agent for the Mis
souri, Kansas & Texas at Kansas City.
Official Confesses to Grand Jury that
He Blackmailed Saloon
CINCINNATI. O., March 8. William
Hayden, a bailiff In the common pleas
court, waa suspended today following a
letter to Judge Swing from Prosecutor
Hunt, In which the latter aserted that
Hayden had confessed before the grand
Jury that he had levied a species of black
mall on aaloon keepers In the "wicked
atrip" while trustee of a township within
which the "strip" waa located.
Peter W. Durr, county clerk, denied In
Judge Gorman's court that he had coached
grand jury wltnessea aa charged In a re
port to the court late yesterday. A com
mittee of three lawyers waa appointed to
investigate whether Durr should be held
in contempt. They will also consider sim
ilar charges against Bailiff Hayden.
ARE BEING PREPARED
Will De Dent to the City Connell at
Its Meeting Tnesday Might
of Neat Week.
Ordinances for the construction of the
Eleventh street and Nicholas street via
ducts, which are being prepared in the
city engineer's office will be sent to the
council next week.
Mr. Craig, under whose direction they
are being prepared, haa hopes of getting
them to the council Tuesday night, but
was unable to get them In ahape because
of the large number of bid received for
MACEDONIANS ARE SENT BACK
Thirty Greek on War to Indian
apolis Are Not Allowed
PHILADELPHIA. March S.-Thlrty de
barred Macedonian aliens, who arrived
here on February 24, on the North German-
Lloyd liner, Frankfort, from Bremen, were
sent to Baltimore today fiid put on board
the steamer Main of the aame line, to be
returned to Bremen, The Macedonians came
here with the Intention of working in
slaughter houses In Indianapolis, but Com
missioner Rodgera of the immigration bu
reau found that the labor market In that
city wa overcrowded and refused to al
low the alien to land.
For Nebraska Fair and cooler.
For lowa Fair.
Shippers' Bulletin Prepare thlrty-slx.
hour shipments, north and west, fur tein
peraturea bl.ow freezing : forty-eight-hour
shipments, e.!t and south, can be made
Temnerature at Omaha yesterday:
7 a. m...
S a. m...
10 a. m ..
11 a. m..
1 p. m..
5 p. m. .
3 p. m..
4 p. m..
6 p. in. .
7 p. m..
5 p. in..
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, March It. Official record of tem
lierature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding period of the last three
years: lan. wio. laoj, pjo.
Highest today 49 bl 29 an
lowest today 41 SI 23 U
Mean temperature 45 42 Lti 23
Precipitation t... T .00 T .00
Tempeiature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March L
and compared with the last two years:
iMormai temperature ;
Excess for the day
Total excess since March 1...
Normal precipitation 04 Inch
Deficiency fur the day (14 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 3S Inch
Excess since March 1 07 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, 1I0 21 inch
Deficiency for cor. period, lwA i Inch
iteuorta from Station at T P. M.
Station State of
Temp. Highest Raln
T. p m. today tail
t neyenne. cloudy 4t
Davenport, clear 44
Denver, pt. cloudy 64
Des Molne. cloudy 44
Dodge City, pt. cloudy 63
I.amler. cloudy 3g
North Platte, cloudy 64
Omaha, pt. cloudy 44
Pueblo, pt. cloudy 8
Salt ljike Ctty. cloudy 38
Kanta Fe. pt. cloudy M
Hhertian. cloudy 44
Slou I'ity, cloudy 41
Valentine, cloudy 4
T Indicates trace of Drecinitatlnn
L. A. WkLtH. Local Forecaster.
Int. CM; TMiA
OREGON BILL CAUSES TALK
Vote on Carroll's Veto Expected to Be
Close in Iowa House.
CONSTITUTIONAL FHASE IS ISSUE
Henort Marie Fifteen Thnnsnnd Dol
lars ( olleeted for l.alhernn line
pltnl In Ilea Moines nnri l:.
tension Plans Marie.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DKS MOIXKS. la.. March .. (Special
Telegram.) An all-dny debate In the Iowa I
house on the veto of Oovernor Carroll of
the Oregon plsn hill did not end the dis
cussion, which Is to be resumed tomorrow.
The discussion today was by Klny, Jacobs
and O'Connor and several others Intend to
talk. The whole discussion whs on the
constitutional phases of the question. It Is
now stated that the vote on the veto will
be very close In the house.
I.nlhernns Hnlse Hone),
Fifteen thousand dollars hns been sub
scribed toward the erection of the Iowa
I.utheinn hospital In Dcs Moines.
Thnt report was made at the annual meet-
Ing of the board of directors by C. A. Han- I
dolph, superintendent, who has been solicit- I
Ing funds since January 2. He reported that !
Ktibscriptlons were being made very gen
erously and that $25.oni probably will be
secured by May 1. The board ordered plans
for a 175.000 building. As soon as the first
I'-.'i.Oi is raised the central building will
be built. Then as each succeeding JJiiOOO
Is secured a wing on each side will be
The Sixth cavalry, I'nlted States army,
stationed at Fort Des Moines, today under
went full inspection and began to get
ready for immediate move. The officers
anticipate an order any day that will start
the regiment toward Mexico.
Kxtrn Jadge Moon to He inel.
It Is expected that Governor Carroll will
soon appoint the fifth Judge which the
legislature has provided for the Ninth dis
trict of Polk county. R. N. Alberson, former
city attorney, U believed to have the
lead for the position, though there Is a
field of candidates. It is regarded as certain
also that the governor will have the ap
pointment of a new Judge in the Seventh
district of Eastern Iowa.
Ttvo Matrimonial Tana-lea.
The supreme court disposed of two inter
esting matrimonial tangles today.
In the case from Lee county involving
the estate of the late J. C. Hubtnger,
starch maker and millionaire, It appears
there was an antenuptial contract when he
married a widow which waa intended to
keep the estates of the two separate. But
after his death the widow placed a claim
for S.r0,000 against the estate. Thla claim
is not upheld, the court declaring the refer
ence to (00,000 being a limitation and not
In a case from Decatur county, one John
Moorhead, aged 79, had married a two or
three times widow, aged 63, and his daugh
ters had him placed under a guardian to
protect his property. The supreme court
reversesHhls and decide that while the old
man might have been Indiscreet hla action
In getting married did not show insanity.
Supreme Conrt Decisions.
The following decisions have been ren
Waterloo Lumber company against Des
Moines Insurance company, appellant.
Blackhawk county, reversed.
E. A. Snyder, appellant against J. P.
Carson, et al., Blackhawk county. Affirmed.
J. H. Gray against City of Pea Moines.
appellant, Polk county. Affirmed.
Estate of J. C. Hubtnger, Viola M. Hub-
inger, appellant against C. M. Wiseman,
executor. I.e county. Affirmed.
J. O. Rlngstad against D. M. Nanson,
appellant, Hamilton county. Affirmed.
O. M. Blllmeyer, appellant, against 'Queen
Manufacturing company. Affirmed.
Belle McOuire et al against John Moor
head. appellant, Decatur county. Reversed.
Kmlle K. Hutchinson appellant against
Frank Olberdlng, Carroll county. Affirmed.
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DIAZ' APPROVAL SECURED?
(Continued from First Page.)
workings of the magnificent machinery
that had been so carefully built up to re
spond to just such an emergency. The sec
retary of war wa busy winding up Im
portant matter of civil administration pre
paratory to leaving Washington for sev
eral day. II wa able to proceed late in
the day for Atlanta.
Major General Wood, the chief of staff,
came Into town from his Fort Myer home
early and wa soon busied with the re
port from his aides and from the other
members of the general staff showing what
progress was 'being made in carrying out
mobilisation plana. These appeared to have
been laid with perfection, and with the ex.
ceptlon of dispatching order to certain
companies to take the place of other
whose withdrawal to Texas had left some
military post without proper caretaker,
there wa little to be done.
Carter Look After Horse.
Major General Carter, who 1 to command
the army division in Texas, wa looking
after personal correspondence and making
sure that his favorite charger would be
suitably cared for on the long railroad trip
Nowhere wa the aupertority of the new
state of affair over those that existed In
the War department before the days of
the Spanish war made more manifest than
In the quartermaster's department. Gen
eral Aleshlre with hi deputle was engaged
in a herculean task he was moving a body
of soldier across the country, more numer
oua than the entire force which wa gath
ered at Tampa, Fla., to form the American
army of occupation In yet there ac
tually wa no evidence to the casual ob
server that there wa In progress anything
more than routine buaines.
The troops' movements were proceeding
with absolute accuracy and up to the close
of business today not one telegram had
been received by the quartermaster gen
eral to complain that anything was miss
ing essential to the comfort of the troops
onthe animals on the road.
All Preparations Made.
There was good reason for this, because,
a the records of the quartermaster'a de
partment show, every detail of the move
ment had been worked out with the great
est perfection In advance. Lying on the
deak of the quartermaster general and In
the hands of his aides, were typewritten
statements ehowitjg the exact method of
routing troops ana auppuca irom tjei
part of the I'nlted Htatea to San Antonio,
Tex. Every particle or iniormation in
might be needed by the department was
included. The trunk lines or railroads.
the small feeding lines, the water routes,
the number of sleeping cars and flat cars
and boa care and other vehicles available
were carefully catalogued a waa an exact
record of the number of men and animals
!iiand the tons of supplies that could be
"'handled by each carrier.
For Instance. It wa snown inai mere
were four separate lines of railway Intg
.(" Ban Antonio, and the number of ware
T I houses with the exact eapaclty of each at
04' Fort Sam Houston was Indicated.
It was not afceerted that all this data
"!had been prepared since the order had been
I given to mobilise the troop in Texaa. but
It was pointed otit the same Information
(Xlst.d aa to every other point In the
I'nlted 8inte where it wss pr.-bahle that
there might b need to concentrate a great
body of troops.
Transports Mnrie Heat.
Particular credit attaches to that part
of the nuartermister general a department
which deals with water transportation.
Last Tuesday four of the big army trans
ports, the Kllpatrlck. Sumner, Mcliellan
and the Meade, were lying In the mud at
Newpr.rt News. They had been long out
of commission, with but one small crew
of caretakers to look after the ships. The
captains and a few of the engineer officers
were available and were ordered at once
to put the first three named ships In com
mission. It was not believed that the
Meade would be needed at present. Orders
were telegraphed to New York to secure
crews for the ships. They were rushed to
Newport News, the vesstia were docked,
cleaned and painted and supplies are now
going aboard and they will be ready to
embark two full regiments of coast nrtll
lery by tomorrow night and to Ball for Gal
veston Friday morning.
Details of the composition of the full
division of troops which will be concen
trated at Ban Antonio, under command of
Major General Carter were made public
by the War department. The division will
consist of three brigades of Infantry, a field
artillery brigade, a divisional cavalry at
tachment, an Independent cavalry brigade
and auxiliary troops. Including members
of the signal, medical and engineer corps.
Composition of Troops.
The first infantry brigade will be com
posed of the Eleventh, Fifteenth and Eight
eenth Infantry, the, second of tins Thir
teenth, Twenty-second and Twenty third
infantry, and the Third of the Tenth, Sev
enteenth and Nineteenth Infantry.
The field artillery brigade will be formed
by the Third and Fourth field artillery.
The divisional cavalry attachment will
consist of the Third cavalry, which for the
present. It Is announced, will remain on
The independent cavalry brigade will be
composed of the Ninth and the Eleventh
The following auxiliary troops have been
attached to the division:
The Third battalion of engineers, com
panies A and D of the Signal corps; four
ambulance companies and four field hos
pitals. The three brigades will be commanded
by Brigadier Generals M. P. Maus, F. A.
Smith and Ralph W. Hoyt, while the re
maining units of the division will be In
charge of colonels, to be selected by Major
The Signal corps in the field will be
commanded by Major George O. Squler,
assistant to the chief signal officer of the
army. While in the south Major Hquier
will incidentally give close attention to the
operation of the aeroplanes now operating
In that part of the country, studying their
value from a military standpoint.
In addition to the 2,000 marines which
will be concentrated at Guantanamo, Cuba,
500 will be drawn from the barracks along
the western coast of the United States
and placed on board the armored cruisers
of the Paclflo fleet. These vessels will
be assembled at San Pedro and San Diego,
The cruiser California, South Dakota
and Pennsylvania are' already at San
Diego, while the West Virginia and Mary
land are at the Puget Sound Navy yard,
from which point they will sail for south
ern waters within a few days.
Major General William H. Carter, who
will be in command of the army division
now concentrating for the Department of
Texas, ha arranged to leave her tonight
for Ban Antonio.
Tryont for Hew Tactics.
After months of study. the general staff
has adopted an enHaly pew system of
field movement , 'anif tactic. These
have been tried in' a small way by the
many small units Into which the army I
divided, but never before ha there been a
proper opportunity to demonstrate the
working of the new system on a largo
The War department made public a state
ment showing the various posts Xrom which
the coast artillery companies are being
drawn to constitute the three provisional
regiment of that arm to be mobilized on
the gulf coast. The companies which are
In the eaet are to embark at Fort Monroe
tonight or tomorrow pn the army trans
ports Kilpatrlck, Sumner and McCIellan.
The statement show that four companies
now at Fort Totten, New Tork, will go to
the gulf coast; three from Fort Hamilton,
New York; three from Fort Hancock, New
Tork; one from Fort Wadsworth. New
Tork; two from Fort Du Pont, Delaware;
one from Fort Howard, Maryland; one
from Fort McHenry, three from Fort
Washington, Maryland; five from Fort
Monroe, Virginia; three from Fort Moul
trie, South Carolina; one from Fort Fre
mont, South Carolina; two from Fort
Barancas, Florida; three from Fort Mor
rtag th cut.
Sack losd I ktvste
Aad with tku ipooa SJ
It Mr pua
T takt ncript la
"It waa nof r.mnhll'..
so I seat it back!"
"We'll have to go
without soup tonight"
And the dainty young
housewife looked as
much disappointed as if
there was nothing in
the world to eat but
That shows how the
choicest quality makes a
name and fast friends for
The best grocer some
times makes honest mis
takes. But do as this self-respecting-
and such mistakes will be
21 Linda 10c a Can
Just add hot water,
bring to a boil,
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Look for the
gan. Alabama: one from Jackson barracks.
Louisiana: three from Fort Itaker. "ntt
fornia: eight from the Presidio. Kan Fran
cisco; two from Fort Screven. Georgia, and
one from Fort Mlley. California.
So thnt out of eighty five companies at
the posts named forty-eight are under
Officials hoir llllle Interest.
There Is a striking lack of Interest in
what Is going on. on the part of the offi
cials, who naturally would be charged wifh
heavy responsibility if there were any
danger of a foreign war, or Indeed, of any
movement that might affect the foreign
relations of the I'nlted States.
Secretary Knox Is at Palm Beach. Fla.;
Huntington Wilson, the acting secretary of
state, was indisposed today and confined
to his home, and the State department
transacted the barest routine business.
Secretary Dickinson Is leaving Washington
this afternoon for Atlanta to be absent
until next Sunday. The president himself
will leave Washington tomorrow for At
Maneuver Explanation .Mot Accepted
hy People of Mexico t'.
MEXICO CITY. March d.-The announce
ment that American troops would he con
centrated on the Mexican frontier creatod
no noticeable excitement here today.
The official explanation at Washington
that only ordinary maneuvers are contem
plated Is accepted by prominent Mexicans
as sufficient, bu by the public with skep
ticism. In some quarters the move Is regarded
as a first step toward American intervene
tlon to restore peace.
The imparcial says:
"Neither the government nor the people
can accept the possibility that the object
of the mobilisation is to mix In the affairs
of our republic."
Rhlpe and Troop Hearty to Start.
NKW YORK. March s.-Orders were re
ceived this afternoon by General Frederick
I. Grant, commander of the Department
of the East, to move the troops In his de
partment designated for the Mexican bor
der tonlght. The 2.R00 soldiers recruited for
this service from Forts Hamilton, Totten
and Wadsworth, Hlocum and Oovernor's
Island have completed their preparations
The United States cruiser Tennessee.
North Carolina and Montana probably will
nail tonight. The transport Dixie sailed
this morning for Philadelphia to take on
marines for southern waters.
Hangs Himself to Door
Knob with a Towel
James H. Russell, an Aged Man, Com
mits Suicide at His Home at
L.TON9, Neb., March S. (Special Telegram.)-James
H. Russell hanged himself
with a towel to a door knob at home here
this morning about 9:80. He waa an aged
pioneer and had been partially out of hla
mind for some time.
The Secret of Success is In the Con
stant Use of Bee Want Ads.
If your milkman fail you
have on your shelf a can of
Absolutely pure sterilized will
keep fresh longer than any other.
No typhoid ever came from condensed milk.
with or without services of party, in a
highly interesting and profitable busi
ness. References furnished and required.
i Address - -
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Cgd&L Coal. Coal
The time is approaching when you will want to start
fire in your grate. If you desire nn ideal fuel, our cele
brated petroleum carbon coke is just what you need. We
guarantee this coke to be absolutely free from smoke soot
and ashes. There is nothing on the market to compare
with it in heat and cleanliness. It contains 98 carbon.
One trial will convince you that it is the superior of coal
or wood for grate, furnace or heating stove. Call us up
and let us tell you more about this wonderful coal. With
our three large yards we can take care of all orders
Aitchison, Cook. Corneer
UNION FUEL COMPANY
Douglas 268. Ind. A-2268.
jShip Sinking in
Storm Off Norfolk
i British Steamer Manchuria and Crew
of Thirty-Five Men Are in Im
NORFOLK, Va , March -With their
vessel ashore, lashed by a forty-two mile
nie ann swept ny rurlous seas which con
tinue to drive it farther on the shore,
thirty-five men on the Hrltlsh steamer
Manchuria today are In Imminent peril.
The Manrhurla, bound from Newport
News to Tamptro. &lex.. wrtu a cargo of
-i I n- i.-t t.nK. . . . , ... .
nnn.,i- yrmrnmy ouring iniCK j
weather, life savers spent the night on'
the beach and t.wlay are on shore awaiting
an opportunity to shoot a breeches buoy
line over the vessel. The wrecking steamer
Rescue Is standing by.
Captain Taylor and his men refused
yesterday to leave their stmnded vessel.
Today they have been signaling frantically
to be taken off.
The ship began to leak during the night
and Is full of water.
Mela Knntoas Ttork Beer
In bottles on and after March . Guaran
teed to be the only genuine Rock Beer
brew'ed In Omaha. Family trade supplied
by Wm. J. Roekhoff, Retail Dealer, l'hones
Douglass 119; Ind. A-I119
KOTEXBSTS Ol OOXAB TSAKSKITS.
run. Armed. Silled.
NFW TORK.... Krnn Prim Wllhtlm. NonnJsm
NKW vottK.... FurnMl P. F. ilhlm.
Nrw York.... President Grant
(ITItRAI.TAR... Fried, der Orosa
1.IVKKHOOL... . I.iisltsnla tTrrnla.
EASY WAY TO IMPROVE
(From Philadelphia Press )
In an address before the convention of
"Beauty Specialists" here today, Mrs. Mae
Martyn the noted authority on beauty
culture spoke of a new and simple method
of quickly beautifying complexions. 8he
demonstrated before the large audience a
lotion made from 4 outjeea spurmax dis
solved In H pint hot water With t teaspoon
fuls glycerine added. She applied this lotion
gently to the face, neck and arms of a
decidedly, unattractive young woman. In
a few moments all trace of a shiny, sallow,
muddy skin was gone and the transforma
tion to that of a really charming telvety
complexion wa marvelous.
After much excitement and intense inter
est Mrs. Martyn said: "Any druggist can
supply the Ingredients for this lotion at a
mall cost. It does not rub off or show Ilk
powder and is an unequaled aid to beauty.
n&ONCiiiAr.. Tnocit ien
immediately relieve courK'n spalls in hnarae-
A brena ration
r superior me-, it that ha
been used lor over half a century. Free from
opiates or other harmful Ingredients. Jday be
taken freely without injurious effect.
Price. 25c BOe and $IAQ. Sample free
John I. Brown A Son Boton. Mm.
air - tight
If it's good enough
for baby it's surely
good enough for you.
It your grocer does not
bave It, phone Douglas 1448.
- F-898 BEE B
The Albert Edholm Store
In every city there la a Jewelry store
that atanda at the top la pre-eminent for
tha high character of Its good and Its
fair prices. i :
The Albert Kdlmlni store occupies thlx
position In Omaha, which la similar to
Tiffany's In New York, Shrevea In San
I'ranelseo and Pnlley. Itatik A Fldde' In
Thla store la one of the' moat beautiful
and artlatlcuilv arranged In the west
Its service Is the best--the small buyet
i otirtnouf a n c
tion a a I hi
r . E .i. , ,i" " a v -
.: J k1
Lunch Well and Quickly
Wa don't pretend to call onr
house restaurants but w
claim speolal advantages In lm
mediate service of well cooked
a wholesome food.
Appetising Hot Boast Beef or'
Chicken Sandwiosea, delicious,
dlfastlbl pastrj, incompar
able coffee aiid any number
cf tempt ing- delioaolea or the
more solid food yon may de
sirs. Try n today.
The Boston Lunch
1612 Fnroain Street.
140H Farnain Street.
140l Douglas Street.
There Is nothing better on
earth than our Florists Mixture,
Nebraska Seed Go,
1613 HOWARD STREET.
'Phone Douglaa 1261.
Sick People Should Have Malted
Because It la pure, wholesome and
Because every ingre'llent used gives
health and strength.
Because It Is as near predlgested aa
It Is possible to make bread.
Because it more real quality with
out extra cost.
Be and 10c per Loaf.
Bare the Z.abela They're Valuable
790 South 18th Bt.
honC.l Xarney 8536s Xnd. A1381T.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
On Dollar Per Year.
The aCualcal Beauty Bbow,
OBAXD mil WlLTIIIia
BV a DAY DATS MAJtlOM
Tonight, SSc, &Oc and 76o
Saturday Matinee, 8 So, rtw Boo.
TVS X.IOW AMD Til MQVB9.
Excellent Cast and Production.
Sunday Hatlne TUB JtOaAST
XlfbU, 85, 60, 76c. Mat., 88o, Tew BOe
-OMaJta'S rvrn CBB-THm."
j42&ZS pally Mat.. 1B-Bs-B0e
"Hurricane ef Hilarity aad Woaaeaa.
FOLLIES of NEW Y0EK and PAKIS
HTliTlOAIIU AMD , TAVOITI1U
rr.Mriea lluiU, Alp'iie , Jennie Auallu.
Ft.KliBii KorS, I'owder ft C;man.
LadIeB' DIME BtATIsTDB SVKKT DAY.
Sat. Wight Only; Amateur oostest, lOo. kSo
Tonight Mats. Toes., Tours., set.
nd Her Excellent Company la
THE CALL OF THE NORTH
(Text Week, The Xelr to the Btaorak"
wi id liwi. aoai Mats.. 10 '
Today aad All Week Another aug BboW.
Auieen Abou Uained Troupe. Melinite
Inolle Trio, Amoiy & Adams. Prince
ton and Yale. Kdith Clifford A udy Jlc
Lod. Next week: Herman Lleb A C.
In "I tope "
AdTaaoed Yaudevllle. Matinee Every ,
Day at flslB. Erery Wight at BUS. Hui
t hip m MBIT matuisj, vwi gey AUBllll
Moor Cord 1 la, J. Fmncii DooUy eS
orlnn tjayle, Ua 0'ly a Cu.t KoLi t,
r U..n Trln II I hhr i JL Umip.ii lUa
1 rn gAJ II (aw, a.tw -. , mmr mmw , V-I C nj
Jaya, Klnodroma, Orphaum Coacart Or
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