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THE rBEE : OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, - MAY St ylM
RIGHESON DIES IN CHAIR
Confeued Poisoner af Arit Linnell
CETS DEATH WHS COKPOSUSE
teaiH aWn Kate N lMf wt
gmekea Clarae vllk ippareat Ea
Itnwu atttina ge '
Bosiwr. luitd May a.-coii
Blcbeaon. twotber ef th. former clergy
nun. Clarence V. T. Bichette,, who paid
Um penalty far Dm murder of Avis Lta
' stll la thl electric chair at tb
trtso tut aftar midnight, ctalsard the
bodr today. Bensr the TxxlT could be
turned over te relet li waa neceesary
for Dr. Oeorge B. aUgrath, medical ea-
jnlner of Suffolk county, to perform the
nitopey required by law. thl he planned
te do during the forenoon. :
RepwM the Oit brain md tthar rp
it the eiecuted roarf might at gtvtn
tk merBctr tnsrnurloii and; tnedlral
specialist for elimination ead study
was declared antruo by lr. Msgrath.
. Rlcheson't bod will be taken back to
Me rid home In Virginia If hltwltbet are
rmedoat aad whs ba burled la Ih lUBe
cemetery at Aatlsartt. The laat wordt
aa too remain ere committed to the
grava will be teld by Rav. Herbert M.
Johnson at Boston, who acted at Rlcht
eno't spiritual ad riser after, ne waa Uken
to the death bona. One t the laat re
qdeett made bjr JUcbeoon ,wae that Dr.
Johnson accompany the bedy-to Virginia.
Mr. Johnson alto will carry ..snettagts.
from the executed murderer to hi -relative.
ucbesoa left no will, but In converse
tlont with tr. John toe aad Wilem A.
Morse, hie counsel, durlng-th hour pro.
ceding hla de to. he gave direction a ta
the disposition of hi personal effects
Hla ' library rsietieaon fcft ta clerical
friend, t .
I C.rre.t tarwed " '
Th eurreM we, turned ea at LI at tt
aad the prsseaar waa- ewrlareeV dead at
H:17. The lemur Banskst ttsigrmat
eafseed poisoner of A via Luwetl of
Hjannla. he) one-si net twisihaaw. wad
outwardly ealat when ' he entered taa
death e as raker d -a melntaaaed hi
eompoaur while Mm atras an)
r re wer being adjuated aa he tat. la
tilcheeo walked to tha alactrlo ahalr,
tract, ayes straight ahead uatll, ka ant
eowa. Then he cloaed hi eyee and kept
them shut until tha aad. ..tented Jn the
ehtlf be wt asked a series of question
by Ifv. Htrbart i. Johntont hi spirit
al advlter. , ,V ' . . .
During hla answer he said: '
"Ood will Ub cat of my aoul and 1
ny for all. I forgive averybsoy. '
the hut of tha ueUone- wai -"Art
you wllllng"to die . for Jesue'
the reply, ta aa even, wall awdulatod
-I aa wUltng ta ale." . -
The current applied Waa df 1.M volts,
eight tmperee. One application was
' fleas with SH sisters. .,
Whea lit official and wltnessasf the
execution entered tha death chamber af
hu Walking through tha prison ysrd In
a pelting raia thev tward, '-enuodltig
through the walla, the straloe' of aong.
It eata eMcbaeoa aad hla spiritual ad.
vtsen. Rev. Mr. Johnson - nd Cbanltlo
trtihlq stngisg. LiMlaetl Itodiblal aa
thoy 'closed war tha wofdet vwLAUMai
whs? or befall ota, Jaait doeth all thing
fUrheaoa left hi Cell nulln'M UV
Befor ttartmt oa Ih death sjiaroa. he
atieok hand with mtltlani A. Monav hi
oneneet, wha at the laV atomeat had
been admitted aa , witness of the ne
eutien, and with the tw shei.laln. ' rh
Xev. If., t. Murphy, the Csthellc prlaoa
easplaln. being also preeet.;.' ..
He then said. Tin ready." aad walked
aa. He waa drneed plainly In a black
abevtot suit, a frock coat, whlta -vast
whita hin, Turned down oollsr and
hlsek haw tt. IU m4 atnda on his
ahlrt front, and with low black those,
brightly earned. Hla heed Wee shaved
dews tf cuddle. - -lf , ,
The party then entered the chamber.
Xlchesoa. aereu pealed by the clergy
nen. followed toon after, the unfrocked
minister appearing as ealra as either ef
hi oompenlona. . ;
fete Id atfc "
Anwog many WUeca. dddretatd I ItKJtr
ton whtck war opened by Wardea
Br Id yes today waa aaa which wat found
to teatala cyamd at petasaliira.' "R'WU
auUied from greuoa Ni New Yerh- CltTi
May O. al t a. as.. It onaislaed aa.aktt
ta th seadet. tha powder being one toted
ta a saM tubenvelope marked heed
ache powders.- Analysis of It shewed
tbet H wa poteea f-aa aaaaa aiar
Whleh waa ated la kOltag Avis UnnelL
Atttrney Maraa aaVited Wardeo Bridge
t mint pabua In ra.aipt af th nowders
Klchesea waa InascSBt of any kaowssdg
of tha seeding, use attorney (aid,
1 , Balwra a Intake.
Rlrbeeoa bad aa anppar, aaylng ha do-'
sired ata. After oeusnej -a tiulo ea be
iigmed a cigar and wa setting oa the
aoge at hla ooi. apparently enjoying his
emoki, -whea Beawty -Ward) Aileet atv
tered hnt ceti wtth the black tutt of
rtotbxe 10 he wora during tha aaeeuttoa.
RMhtsoa nodded calasiy la -to deputy,
but asid nothing.
yesterday aad durtag the fcwaaaa te
day the gtisoner kvy oa his cot. but that
aftettiooo and tola araalag fed aat u
most of th time. "
Attorney ..' 4h vwtted, RJrbaaoD
thw efwrnooo. found! Mi eile'at ceJ'ra aad
anu to -nave ta naimn t tha law
L earned out tonight. ....
'', "On Athletic Board
LINCOLN. Msy IL-tgpeeUI Telegraas.)
I flia undergraduate reprwsentatlrea wer
ttltcted tor- merooerttlp ea the aal-
varelty athleuo board at th eleotloa held
her today under th direction of ' the
faculty. Th flew wccaatful cewdldat
out of . th Bin applicant are: Dewey
Harmon. Arthur Hlltner. C. K. Voder,
wood. William Becker and Arthur May.
Th election wa oa of th liveliest In
recent year despite the fact that .
factional right- wa waged. H- of the aiae
candidate having taken a prominent part
la university athletic, Harmon waa high
man with a total vote of SM. Hlltner wia
second hfgheat. . . i v V .
Tha vote cast resulted aa follows: Har-
rrna. ; Hlltner. M, tnderwood. 1C;
BckeraO; Mar. WHanllak. SK hfc.
Oowan. W; Rodman, 177; Miller, lv
Three of too five success fuP candidates'
are fraternity men. Hlltner being a mem
ber of Alpha Thett Chi: -UavJerwood of
Beta TheU PI gad kUy of Bigma Alpha
E pel Ion. . " '
Hlltner and t'nderwood are basket ball
men whll Harmot was a alar ef th foot
ball team last ' r.
Th newly klected menrbvr wilf serve
next year, begtnning their tn with th
epeoing of th ochool. ; r ft
EODINQ ESARa UKELY TO
(from SUlf Cerreasooaeot)
LINCOLN. .h. May k.-iUtecisl Telo-grm)-Owt
effect of th sot nil aaurt
dejletoa. rendered ota Has agw, wMch
had aat beea dlecnsaod ee attracted any
attrnoon. wa taa restoring tw Ufa of the
beading board, composed e rhe imaua.
auditor aad-aMoraay geintat Thar board
wa given aathortty by th law ta fl
Wiutnum ratea fer kohdkig bMuraac aad
with, tha docistea Al th tower court
agaitet fs law It went U Beaecutw
XUM that' tUpi th ewmperoeo wakk
fumieh (arte bend Cv aiaaHtaily la
creaaed ttent dwtta and trera Is a sue
pkioa a ?( the casnoi that the- sood
.Ing board, now that the effect of to de
rtdoa b Hw railed- tm tb Ittermea
of the member, will get buagr dad pot a
crUBf.at tna ad,vaoa ef, rate. Thar
wa wwunderaoie- bob Is in t acataat th
tdvano at th. fi.f It wa
there we"9d leduA dmam
It. On ofthe.pocuJiar thtnea about taa
affair M that sooe ef the stsie wt&dala
had thought of the effect of tad count
lutnisfr.g haiw;it act aatO aa at
torney of en of the boadlsg cninparues
lrdTtent!r dropeed-g 'remark Which
oC anetloa to th fact. -
at Home of Eelative
OtENWOOD, la., May S.-l Special Tel
egram.) Word waa receivsd her tonight
of th death of Mrs. L. Hcott Rohlruoa
of this elty at th horn of her brother.
In-law, .fudge Moon, ' in OttumWe. when
she" was. visiting. , No detail wsr given.
In perfect ' be1th and never ' having
hea elck dty th her life, a week act
Mr. Robinson went to Ottumwa to re
main a few day visiting relative. Te
ttrdayi a letter era received from her.
stating that's wa well and enjoying
hertlt, TM body WIN be brought here
for burial. ,. , . -
QUEEN SHOOTS AT HER MAID
Belgian Monarck Iarelvei in Storied
TE&LL PEHS0H3 FB.OSECUTED
Iowa Delegate Refuses
to Vote lor Clark
mi Morrres. t , My a.-w. a.
tlrndr. who was elected as a delegate to
th nsitope! dsmocrstlo Convention at
Burltngtoa hut track, decline ip serve Ih
th capacity. In a letter received today by
Chairman M, .. Reed of th Ht cnf
mfttet. Mo- withdraws from thdlega
tlt. whloh, it bound by tn unit rule I
tot far Champ Clark for prdtldent
Ptkwer la sUM Ihersnt and wa
lUoted troiw. the EMveath dtetrlcu
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS '
AT COLLEGE COMMENCEMENT
LlNCOLrf. Keb.. My ,-vntk ir
Adesntltt of tn latddl west today oel-
brated tha annual commencement ef
Union college, the denominational school
of Robraaka at Ctlleg View and with
it the twenty-flret tnnlvenutry of the
founding -of tha toaUtaUoit The-' dual
eelebratloa . brought tesdlnk adventlttt
front all over - th ttat.' together with
former Freddent Bland or Chtts.
aoog. Tenn. 1 freeldent Orlggw' and
Ctarle jThoarpatM af MlnneopeJt, Jflaa..
president or the northern unPMi copfer
em. ' Th. eommeneetnent (ration wt
delivered" by trot. M. R. Sallabary of
Wsshlngtoo,' P. C. Following tha com-
wenoeuiOPt rounders' dty banquet wa
Raasora Ard 'Seard glaM Reacat
astrdda Fwcdy AwoewsHsug etat
BRUKSEIJL Belgium. May R.-A taml-
offlelal commuaidu dealing with alleged
false report an-to the private Ufa of the
royal family wat' lesued today in the
following term:' ' ' ;' "
-Since a recent garden party held at
Lackon. ealwnalouw rtsmora nave Been
put at circulation concerning tha private
lite of the royal family. It waa even de
chuwd thar on ttar day -af th garden
party the quaea of th Belgians turprtted
King Albert Ih th company of a cham
bermaid and. that th queen shot th
woman dad with a revolver.
"King Albert "Tied no knowledge of these
report, although for several day mili
tary officer attached to th .court
had, learned, of them - by telephone
calle both from Belgium and abroad. Al
ter mntwUattot) It wat decided to aa.
goatnt th klr with th report. -. Mi
majeaty waa. astonished and very Indig
nant' He decided to prosecut th au
thor of th report and alt per eons re
"Criminal proceedings wer Instituted
this afternoon befor th klnT procura
Th newspaper Pup. understands
persona, whose name ars not given, art
being proceeded against tor circulating
th slanders, which Ukt thre form.
.According to th first, th queen sur
prised the. king In th company of a
chambermaid and killed th latter. Ad-'
cording to the second, tb queen fired
upon th king, while th third report
make It appear that th quota merely
threatened tha chambermaid. .
The king privat secretary In a tut,
ment tonight laid:
"Of course the storied art quit un'.
founded. Although, because of nty posi
tion 1 cannot be considered aa alto
gether Impartial witness. I can mphatl.
ally declare that th happtnan of tb
royal family has never been disturbed
and that th king and queen art a mow
nnlted coupla," "
Th Incident baa produced profound
sensation her aad publlo opinion I
greatly wrought up over th -slander
and their author. ,
eandal Belaer Italrs.
' It I believed that possibly th slanders
had Ibelr origin In a recent below Main
scandal at th palate, involving a ladyl
maid In attendance on on of th queen
India In watting And a court servant.
Th maid In question dledf In childbirth
!a few day ago about th time the) rs.
ports oonosrnlng tha king begua u Cjir
culat and R I thought that thla Incident
may bear some relation to th rumor
atfectlag tha royal family.
IJCCD DrtTTI CDC IIIIIOU
WILL STAND BY DRIVERS
It waa decided by an unanlmoud vpf at
tb meeting of branch V local pt of the
Beer Bottler anion last night at Labor
tempi to stand by th demands mad by
th ether brewery anion for a M to $
par cant thereat in wag. ' - '
' 1 Tber were about forty awhnbtr of t
union la eUendiaDc. ni er firm
ki 'their objection to accepting th I per
cepf toereat. offered fey th brewerlra
A aumberif the memfetr ssld they were
all going to "stand pat" with th other
union aad get what they wer ach
ing for. ; . ,
Independent Phone "
, Company is to Go
at Forced Sale
Aruaj under a doer tha federal
'court, July L next, Lytla I Abhatt. a
aaaotas master, at farced sal will dumoae
of tfi avoaerty aad franthltat of th Ia
dopeadcat Talcahono otenpany la Omaha.
South Omaha and riereaoe. Th property
will be sold at auetloa. bet Be bid ef let
than IMMM will bo entertained. Aa a
guaramaexsf goad faith, each bidder must
accomteaey ata bM with cenUled check
Tha sal af tb Independent comes about
aa a rneuk af foraclaaur : proceodlcgs
brought by tba bond holders. .
NEBRASKA DELEGATES MEET
Edpuhlicaaj- Held Scmub t liacola
" Behind CoH Br?i ' '
u Foixtrxi BoosTia has tm
Fraak Handsev, sVka . Lass poo ae
RseeevH, aad Rata Ma awe, Who .
Btteted Mist, Botk Frees tweat !.
la tba rra.eedlage.
ftrrfim m Staff Correaaondent.1
LINCOLN. Kit, May U.-(8pclal Tei-
egram. The meeting of the delegate to
tha republic convention at Chicago wet
held, behind olteed door In tb banquet
room at th Xiadall, with X J. UcCartUy
prteMlug aad r. P- Corrlck as guardian
at th doer, ft Was given ut that erery-
thlng waa barttonloua.and that tha ar
rwJtgttaeatt lot th trip mad ky K B
HowwU war ratltted. Th delegation will
go over th BurHagtea, atop at ta La
tell hotel aad -nuns, aver tb Xorth-
Among th conspicuous one In th ban.
duet room wat P. A. Mairtaaa, who bad
etrcaiet sard uuntoeciog th el-
attsa's s ad slate at rrr Iowa la which
teustevtrt appeared. ConaWesueut en taa
tutsidt waa Ntlt Hansen, who did . at
much sa-aay tthec one man t makt
Ifaotavtlt' 1-laaeia meeUng a tuoee-
Cnsldrabl ferUnf waa engendered fef
U star chamber methods employed ttn
der th (uldaact at Hawaii and Corrtck.
It wag announced by th guardian of lh
door that th meeting wa for the aol
purpose of Betting acquainted and thai
no move wa made toward apportloalaf
th pi una of the dele a Han. tuck tr
chairman akd members of tba vartd'J
Cotwldtrabl taeecti-maklng waa In-
dulged n. rlathaa. Merriam eeropWtlug
ther speweh oa racaracuya which wat cut
whea he ayadt a dath far the
Beeaevwlt trala. at, Haatuura aad than
I M. It ,wt it when th .
icm adjoarand jaad all ooooeroe la.
.stated lt-l Jat was ta get ac
quainted aad that -averyttuag waa nar.
onloua. Atioag th praseat were; .
j. . . j m n J' . u v C
Bennett. Governor Aldrleh. C. P. r;lr-
son. J. u Hcunen, ton 1 uave, . v.
ilarpham, C. a Whedew, P. A. Herrttetx
Lincoln: J. J. McCarthy. Ponca: H. hi.
acket.t ' BeatDet: Nathan Men-lam,
K. Is. lloweil, vmana; ivie 1 nomas,
columnus; B. 1
W. Noll, forki
rwtr: JoAa M
R. Howe AubUrli: r. M. McCarthy,
I'tiinn: I - A. neneau. aroaoa bow;
Tkoenaa Keleon, aewarJ: i. R. Ltecnina.
V.'ineri Q at. . Davit, Ord;
well, vmana; ire 1 nomas,
K. C Klad, Oeoaola: eMorge
Yorki A. C. Kppareoa, . Clay
ha M Cetlon, Ainaworth; 11.
Tboenaa Keleon, Be
Reward! William Colton.
CarrelL Hebron, and J. M. Cob, Hamptad.
: P. . Cbrrlek t buy oulttvaun bU
boom for chalrmta af th atat totamif.
Ear ta th (ituatlos-Ba dvwrtltng.
. jA It is now a pleasure for the ceo- r JjL
T L . , rr nomical mother to DlanAetTOiiiT felMv:'
'f ( jvr.Mjiisia.'tkiwiaI I 1
It is now a pleasure (or the eco
nomical mother to plan the spring
and summer dress needs of the
young school girl because Ser
pentine Crepe is not only the
most beautiful, -longest wearing
and most graceful draping cotton .
; ' crepe made, but because of its peculiar crinkly"
" weave it does not require ironing and costs but little.
e When the garment becomes soiled, simply, wash in
the usual way, shake out and hang up to dry and1
. the garment is ready to wear again. - - - .
Mothers of many girls will appreciate this particular
feature, for you can always send your, daughter to i
school with a clean frock without the labor of ironing, i
Serpentine Crepe commands the largest sale of any !
printed crinkly fabric in the world, because no other '
fabric gives so much beauty, wear and style for so
. little money. . "'. ". .v i
3 A large assortment of patterns and colors to suit the
- most fastidious, at very reasonable prices. V. .' ;
Look for the words "Serpentine Crepe" on selvage
. of every yard when buying. , It will protect you .-iLfesO
. from selectinst creDe that will not satisfy you. - V. vftA-
- m "mfi"a "T leawng department stores
rt-r. rm r m. -.it ax ifi .J - w
Mi til W . 5f J-si..JIi.Jli- '-r--,'.
Omaha Bankers to
60 to State Meets
Every bank la Omaha will be reprw
Mattd at the annual ateetlnaa at gioup
eoo and four of taa Nebraska State
Banker' assorts tkM- No. 1 will meat la
Liacola today and No. 4 at Hasfinga
Wednesday. Twenty benk-ers will attend 1
tha meetings. A tpactaT Burnt. too train j
wia tarry tbata t Liasola tarly 2aa4ay
morning. ---- 1
Taa Omaha rju esateU v at taa steetr 1
Inga. will be i T. Wacob and i. O. Rich- 1
trds. Omaha National; f. P.. Flack aad '
1. P- ttendorfer. City National; .0. T. j
Eaatman aad P. U Davta. First National: I
Fred Hamilton and B. R. Melle. Mer- ,
chanu National; W. K. Shodot, L'tlted ',
State National; J. P. Coad. ir.. Packer
National; E. P. PoMa and H. B. Owen.
Stock Tarda National; P.. C. McOlvern ;
and L, Drake, foah Omaha, 'and P.. W.j
Thoma. Ltvtttock National. , . .
LABORER LOSES HIS ARM
WHILE ASLEEP ON TRACK j
Jaht . m-oodt. a saborwr.- wh 'drifted i
bar frata aoatk Owkata Mat week anay
1 Ms rigot arm below th atbow ba-.
cause ha chat (idtrok ah fUgtuh
and Douglaa street (ora plao to,leep.
off u Intoalcatlos. At , e'oetek laeti
night th craw of a twitch engtae hearU
a scream, and on Inveetlgatlon found
Woods lying on the ground wtth hit arm
horribly mttgUd Th pone otnergsjocy
awt took him to th at. Jeeeph' boa.
pttal. whara Or. Langdon found It aca
sary to aatputaht hi hand and la all
probsMlMy thd entlr feewarm tsay have
la ka take tt today to savt Um man's
FIRE CAUSES COMMOTION it.
BLOCK FILLED WITH FAMILIES
Fire la a grocery iter la (b mlddj
of a foux-st6ry block filled with ItaMas
famllle cauted a 'commotion lata hist
night out of all proportion' to th damage
Th, aoure of a large quantity of tmolii
ta th bidMrng could not b learned' for
a lima,' and frightened then. Womea and
chtldrea to varlafatad ktttr harried their
belonging out on th street ' '
Damage estimated at MM was don th
th grocery ttort of which Sam and Tour
Plrru cello an th proprietor. Th Bnlld
Ing n located tt m Boutlf Peurt tenth
atrewx. .. . j t - . .
Wa arw feftea atied-: ' -Wny do a violin improv with K and
that a, piano ddletiorataa?" Th top of a violin la arehod ta th
eeirter and braced hy tound pott which holda tha arch in Kb orig
inal ahape no matter bow old; the lastrument
. Tb aouadlDK board In a piano ia arched la the canter Juat Uk
violin, but tha fyemeadeu ttraln of th ttrtngg ' on tha bridge
forcea tha are dowq and the ton Quality 1 ioat. ,
ot plafioa) hav a simple aad Injenlu device.:
In the aoundlaK board. girlUK aboolute at-
which Tetalna the arc
tn ranee that the tone onallty will remain permanent. - We earneatly
tollclt the public to call at our More and let oa demooitrata the ad
vtnttrvw of this wonderful tmprovement In piano conatruoUon,
which la only la Maeoa Hautlla plaaoa.
J51H-I8 DOUCLAi 8TBEET.
ins 1 w suit 1 kit in vjutiWAi jjtaiiu,a
la th taadlnt 'Apienttnral JoanisM ef tb wetc tB golamn are flllad
with the beat thought of the day In matter pertaining, to th farm, th
ranch and thr orchard, and K k fadwr la the devdiopmoat of th r
waeteni eondtrT. 1 4 . '
A spoon FREE for fiyc cou-
pons clip them now '
You maybegin now. and se
cure enough coupons for orie
j dozen Wm. Rogers & SonsV
silver ; teaspponsguaran teed : for :
25 years.; ; . : : ' ; 5
Make purchaies of the. merchants, whose; .
hiimei appear here and you will be given
FREE the other pieces in this beautiful 65
piece set of silverware. v ; K".'. -'JL:,
.. All coupons must be exchahiJed at Bee -office.
"" ,. ...
By Trading With Thes Mtrcbants. and eadlngf The Be
yon will havw many crtffiemte eonifriif ta yoVticmHnBally treat many '
aoareea.- Thna. nnder thfa co-opiaLlvtf pit, jron wHl be able to aecura tha . '
' . actlr aet and many extra piece of thl handaoatej vVm, fioger 4 Son - -'' ,
guaranteed Table Silver wtthtn a vryhort time.' Ldt a (ood lmpuUe .
aurt you. Clip the coupon NOW. ' . ' ' r- 5 - ' ; . - ;
Watch tha ada ot Uete morebantg dally.' Vtair their atoras and fat '
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Cor. 18th and Dougla . - towth-lUi 8.v v i
LVX18 BttR . BtTTKIUliXI BRKA0 ... ' X
Xrmg BrewtBX Co, Bouterard and Kmg Avw... - , . Kew Kagiaad Bakery, 2218 Ua rent worth St. ;
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t5rmalcu bwius. . - ' m
IffiSUjnUXa DBXTQ CW-. . aat faraant afreet. . . .': .
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Omaha Be DaUy Cotrpon
NO. 11. - Wadneaday. aiay Ii. 11-
Thl coupoB whea areaeated with tha tour ofhdrt
eonaeentrrely bwbw aad. It eoata to covth
cost ot haadltafc ec title the hold to one wm.
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aaiiw pattara. Ottt-ot-towa reader will add i antra
for fwetfc. . '
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- Thl arapo whan properly ttgnod tad piewentaj at
th fficw ef ?n Omaha Be (or aiailed by theae read
ing act ef town) will bring to the bolder tuU Inforata
tioe Mv enry hoer.a can aecwr a full doaea Wjm. eav
- Boa gnaraateed Tat spoons at erica. .
Alto, th tender wat reeciva a fre catalog ef
all pierdb of thl aet toewtiier with tna aatnbar of eou
poat and oertlflratet required fgr each piaca and tha
ttvta td Cknaha firmt Usuutg tbata te tat) puaUtt,.
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