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THE OlM IIA DAILY BEEt FiTJTDAT , 180 .
AilrrrllnciiirntH ( or IliCNC colninnn
trill lie InUon until 12i.ftO 11. in. for the
crenliiK nnil until H p. in. for llio
imiriiliiK nnil Snnilnr cilUlim * .
AilvurllnerH , by rciticMliiK | mini-
l orcil check , cnn 'linvc im Trer ntl-
IrcHMcil to n nninlicrcil letter In care
of The llee. Animorn e mlilrrjidcil
will lip ilollvcreil on iircxcntntloii of
the check only.
llutrr. , I 1-Uc n ivoril flr t InnerMoni
la 11 iroril tlierrnflcr. NotliliiK tnlccn
for lent tlinii il.'c for the Itritt liiMcr-
tlrtn. Themnilvortlncnieiit Hindi he
rnti coiiir < ; iitl vel } ' .
WANTED , TOSITIOM A3 STENOGRAPHER ;
Mary no object. Address X , Bee odlcc. Coun-
ell HluT ( . A-M14J McliS
PHYSICIAN or UNDOUHTED REKERKNCE
m to chnrncter nnd ability , 20 year experience
desires a good location. Address K 1C , care
Omfttm Hee. A-m 213 C *
WANTEO-RY MARRIED MAN , 1OH1TION AS
Iwokkceper or axslstant ; first-clam references !
would not object to goltiK out of city. Ad-
drew I * CO. llee. A 300 8
WANTEIK MALE HELP.
WANTED-AN IDEA. WHO CAN THINK OF
some simple thlnn to patent ? Protect your
Idea * ; they may bring you vrcnlth. AVrlto John
Weddcrlmrn & Co. . Dept. V. Pntent Attorneys.
Wnshlnitton. D. C. . for tlielr 1.H prize offer
nnd a list of 100 Inventions wanted. 1J HI
TRAVELING SALESMEN FOR CIGARS ; OLD
reliable IIOUBO ; experience unnecessary : extra
Inducements to customers : 173 tn JIM | > cr month
nnd cxpcnFes. C. C. Ulshop & Co. , St. Louis.
It * Mi50 M13 *
A Fi\V ENERGETIC , HO8TMNO MEN CAN
nnd Hteaily , profitable work with C. 1' . Adams
Co. , Pit Bo. If.lli St. 11 tM
420 PUlt "WEEK , ADVERTISING ! POSITION
Iicrmanent ; experience unnecessary : either sex.
Jones , Kepler & Co. , Chicago , 111.
WANTED , YOUR ADDRESS : WILL SEND
particulars of bow one man mnile 22UOO In
nve jearn ! you can do th same by trying.
Address 1' . O. box KJ08. llO'ton , Muss.It
130 WEEKLY SALARY AND EXPENSES PAIP
salesmen for clears ; experience unnecessary ;
permanent position. The W. L. Kline Co. ,
St. I.OUK Mo. H-M3I4 A2
WANTED. MEN TO LEARN RARItER TRADE ;
situation guaranteed ; high nmdo tools Klven
students ; only 8 weeks required. Write for
Ills , catalogue. Molcr'a Harber college , lull
nnd Franklin atenuo. Ht. Louis. 11 M333 8 *
WANTED FEMALE HELP.
\VANTII ) . A KIUST-CI.ASS aim. rou OKN-
cral housework. U22 Kurnuni. Mm. J H
J3vnnn. C-M310 6
1r WANTED , I.ADV TUAVKWm FOU
r rnle house ; must to over 23.dUrci > H 1M ,
Itcc. C M30S 5
WANTKD riHST-CI > ASS MILUNHKY TllIM-
mer. AdJrcns I' Co , Dec olllce. C 321 3
\VANTIU ami. , FOU QKNIIIIAL. HOUSEwork -
work ; references required. 1130 8. 9th Ht.
\V'ANTin-nnNTI > EMAN TIlAVCUNa TIIAD-
'IriB horses ilcclres all around Inily cook. Atl-
ilruss Q t , IJcc. C J -4
IIOUSKS IN AM , I'AItTS OF THK C1TV. Tilt :
O. Ilnvln Company. l0."i Karnani. U 114
s-uuNnwA & co. , ios N. ISTII ST.
iN iiousns. a A. STAUU 923 N. Y. LIFE
cnoicn itousns AND COTTAOIS AM. oven
the city , ? 3 to $ M. Fidelity. 1T02 Furnam St.
IIOUSHS. BIIOWX UI.OCK , 16TH
nml HoiiKlws. H 148
uou.sns , COTTAGES & fcToms. AM. PA UTS
of city llrcnnnn , Love Co. , 4W 1'nxton block.
HOUSES , FLATS. QARVIN BIIO3 , IMS rAIVNAM
HOUSES FOR UKNT. UH&I1S. 1'AXTON IIL.K.
LAKQC LIST. M'CAdUtJ , 15TII & IXJDaK.
TU11K1NGTON. CM I1UILDINO.
I > 103
HOUSE. io s. ITTII ; FUUNISII-
Ings new and complete , for talc.
tl M31C AS'
Tim jrjWKTT roTTAans-miEEN wou.v-
t n 111 lralln , Cnloindo ; n summer hem In the
moimtulna ; tuelve bountiful cottagea fully fur-
nUlted. for rent by the season , at reasonable
ratcx. Descriptive circulars eent to any nd-
dresK. J. II. Jcwctt , Green. Colorado.
D 321 10
_ _ _ _ _ _ _
FOIl IlKNT MODEIIN KldHT-UOOM HOUSED
near Hani-coin park. Hicks. 103 N. Y. Life.
1'tHl ' lUCXT FUUXlSIIKIJ DOOMS.
FUUNISIIUD UOOH3. C14 SOUTH 17T1I AYR.
E 3(3 (
ONR FLOOR (5 ( UNFUIINISIIRI ) ROOMS ) WITH
nntcr and water clocet. Iil4 So. 17th Ht.
FIJUNISIIID : noons. 014 SOUTH ITTH AVK.
S NK'ii.Y KUUNIRIICU ROOMS ; IIOUSH-
keepln ? . 1112 South llth. i : M219 MC.
c : FiniNisnnn IIOOM WITH HAY WINdow -
dow ; ono sninll ono (3. 1709 California tt.
FOU UKNT NICRIA FintNIRlIRO FRONT
room ; also two unfiirnlslieil. iscr rurnnm.
_ i : M3ID 7
IIOOJIS AM ) HO A III ) .
HOARD : KTRAM HUATRD ROOMS , 11.00 A
day. CO ] So. 13th at. l.ange Hold ,
F 718 1111
t FRONT ROOMS WITH HOARD ; MODERN ;
reiliicfd latcs , CIS So. 19th. F S70 MIS *
FURNISHED ROOMS. HOARD. IS10 HARNKY.
AI.HANY , 2101 DOUOI.AS : ROOMS , WITH
hoard ; transient accommodilcil.
T M1SC Mch7
t.AROH FRONT ROOMS : OOOD HOARD : VHRY
roattonnhle. C14 N. 19th. T-M29CS *
NlCtUY : KtJIlNISHED ROOM. WITH HOARD ;
EDS , steam heat and lutlh. Ull ClilruK" street.
NICKIVY FIIRNIHHIID ROOMS AND F1R8T-
Class lifHiril : nrroimiioitntluns frr four If apply
at once ; terniM reasonable. 021 California.
F M33t 5
KOH HUNT vroiiiis AMI OKFICKS.
FOR HR.NT. TIIR 4-STORY I1RICIC
at 91 < Kiirnnm tl. Thin Imllrtlnt- has a fireproof
rpment Imremrnt , complete strain licallnu flx-
turc , unti'r mi nil floors ; gas , etc. Apply at
the olllrc of The lire , 1 919
ARKVl'S WAXTHI ) .
HlfiYf l.r. INSURANfEj MANAOKIt WANTED ,
tv n will peiioimlly ami actively ranvais
every bio clc rider for the oldest association
In tha world. I.llirrul rcmpenralloii n 00 as-
nurei new lilcycle 1C a member's Is stolen ,
Ad'Jrcjsltl ' > references American Wheel-
mill's rrotfctlru atioclntlon , ChlcuKO. Ill ,
J MJJ1 C
\VA.\TiiTH : llliNT.
TOUR KI'RNISHRD ROOMS , WITH MODERN
cnmrnlenn * . In private family , ( or IlKht house
keeping. Address a 2 , llee. K-M3IO T
WANTID-ROOM AND HOARD TOR U\DY
urn ! baby In prhnto family , ami to take full
en 10 ot baby. AdJre s , statins terms , to O S ,
Uce K S1J-B
DM. VAN , & 8TORAQB. 1415 FARNAM , TEI. 1KJ
I'ACIFIO 8TORAOR AND WAREHOUSE CO. .
POS-110 Jones. General storage ana ( orwardlnr.
w.vvruii TO HUY.
tm.VU. IIOUHU AND SMAIJj LOT. WITHIN
half , to cmo mile of uostoltlce ; will pay cash
If a bmnln. JteniU , i'axton block. N-MiH (
I OR 7-R. HOUSE AND I'AY UM CASH AND
somt clear Halt Co. meadow land.V. . U
Uelby. 334 Hoard of Trade. N-104
OMAHA SAVINGS HANK CERTIl'JCATKa
iKiuiht for casb. H. U. Uvrdtr , 1702 Furnam St.
n I > s i
ron SALE MISCELLANEOUS.
CHRAt'KST HARDWOOD WOVEN CORN CRIH-
blng made. C. H. Lee , Wl Douglas. Q-1M
roil HALE , FINE NEW I11OH GRADE RICY-
clc , | 39. Omaha lllcyclo Co. , 123 N. 16th St.
IJKRT SEKD SWEF.T POTATOES , II.K PKR
bbl. ; all sorts. Address Tlico Williams Omaha.
NEW I1ICYCLE. GUARANTEED , FOIl ONLY
| i5. Nebraska Cycle Co. . lith and Ilnrney.
SALE , COLUMRIA THCYCLE. FIIIST
class repair , only | l .00. IJyron 11. Itastlncs ,
212 8. Hth street. Q-II2I5 MS
FOU 8ALE-A FINE PAIIT DURHAM COW AT
! C21 Hurdctte fit. Q-323 t , '
AIIOUT I2.WK ) DOUC1LA8 CO. WAIIRANTB. 7
per cent Interest. A. M. Cowlc. 211 Sn. lth t.
( J-M337 G
PUHB I'LYMOITH KOCIC EQ03 PEll SETTING
tOo. : i N. Kth St. Q-3 < 7 A-3
CHICKEN. 1IOO AND LAWN FENCE ; AMj
wire ; cheaper than wood. Wire Works. 401 S.
M 9. MA11Y FIIITZ , CLAinVOYANT. H7 N.
16lh. S-M672 MIS *
SIASSAOi : . II ATI 18. RTC.
MMi : . SMITH. 1121 DOUQLAS , IIOOM B ; MAS-
n c nnd steam baths. T M23J MC
MH8. DH. LKON , ELECTniC MASSAGE HATII
parlors ; restful and curative. 417 S. 11th it.
upstairs. T M2C1 M8
* 23.00-IIUPTUHE CUIIED-T1LL MAUClt 15
for J2. > .00 ; no pain : no detention from business ;
we refer to hundreds of patients cured. Tlio
O. E. Miller Co. , 717 New York Life Hide. ,
Omaha. U 159
KOH SAI.nllI3AI < nSTATIJ.
HOfflBfl. I/JTS , FAIIM3 , LAND3. LOANS
Ota. P. llemlc Ittal Estate Co. , Paxlon blk.
OMAHA SAVINGS HANII ACCOUNTS tlOt'CHtT
for cash , taken nt pnr for rtinter 1st mortRnites
or taken at par In exchange for real estate at
prerent low \alues. O. U. Wallace. Itrown
block. Uth nnd Douglas. TlE-fM
AI1STUACTS. THE BYIION UEED COMPANY.
THIIEE ACIIBS ON MIL't.EIl PAHK 11OULE-
vard , ll.SOO. 150x270 feet , cast of old Fort
Omaha , ll.COO. 126x2 feet on Mth street ,
paved. Bout.i of Miller park. W . 50x123 feet
near 27th nnd Spauldlng , MOO. John N. Fren-
zer , opp. P. O. HE 177
KOIINTZK PLACE HOMES AT MC ON THE
dollar ; J2.2M. JJ.600 to JC.BOO ; FCC photos nt
irth nnd Fnrnam. Morse bide. J. J. Olb on.
CI4 First National bank bids. HE 175
OMAHA SAVINGS HANK ACCOUNTS TAKEN
nt par In exchange for houses and lots ( All
or part. ) The IJyron Heed Co. Hi : 174
ELEGANT DOUI1LE HOUSE WITH LAHGU
grounds near Hanscom park , only tl4GCO.
Cholca aero lot near fair urounds. JV > 0.
Itcsldence lot near 32nd & Dodge. J1.250.
Two cottages , larec crounds , Hanscom park ,
Modern 8-room house , Hanscom Place , J4.SOO.
Choice garden land , 10 ncres , I2.SM.
Good ICO-acre farm , central Nebrn kn , (1,200.
5 acres near Elmuood park , only tl.SJO.
Nice lot , 24th St. , South Omaha.
Oco. N. Hicks , 203 N. Y. Life.
CHAMPION CAni'ET CLEANING CO . CAllPET
beaten , scoured nnd renovated ; rcllttlng and re *
laying carpets a specialty ; new management.
713-720 South 14th street , Omaha , Neb. . Tel. GoS.
SI2\VI.\G MACIIINHH AM ) SUPI'LIHS.
NEW HOME , HOUSEHOLD AND WHITE
sewing machine olllce , 1514 Cap. Ave. 'Tel 1574.
The ninn In Hie nionn IN looUItifr , love ,
The -tlioiiKlii iloth iiiukc me
For don't yon ( tec , hc'n renilliinr TUB HEE ,
And he'll Hud iuy little irtint nil.
rtATIIS , MASSAQK. SIME. POST. S194 } S. 15TII.
OMAHA DKNTAL , COM-EGR. 12 & PACIFIC STS
Teeth filled with Bold , amalgam , tin , gutta-
Iicrch , cement , nnd plates made for cost of
material only. Teeth extracted and cleaned free
I CURI3 WRINKLES , IIALDNRSS AND SU-
pertluous hair. 326 Chamber of Commerce.
True Co. U M75S M 15
VIAVI FOR UTKRINE TROUBLES , 340-8 REE
IlldK. Physician , consultation or health book
MARRY WRITE TO HANDSOME LADIES
and honorable men ; many rich ; send ino and
Join corresponding club ; box 1COO , Denver. Colo.
U M120 29
ED. LEONARD LOTTIE , KEARNEY. WOULD
like to see you toon. U 320 &
$23.00 REWARD WILL. RE PAID AND NO
questions asked for the return of pocketbook.
containing rlnRs , etc. . lost at 2Cth and llarney
or between that and 2Cth and Howard. Ad
dress F 68. Hee. U MJ39
MONISY TO LOAN IlEAh ESTATE.
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
real estate. Ilrennan , Love Co. , Paxton block.
MONEY TO LOAN AT.LOW RATES. THU
O. 1\ Davis Co. , 1505 Farnam St. W 164
0 PER CUNT MONEY TO LOAN ON OMAHA
I > ropcrtyNeb. farms. W. U. Jlelkle , 1st Nafl IJk
ON OMAHA PROPERTY. LOWEST RATES ;
building loans wanted. Fidelity Trust Co.W1C3
ANTHONY LOAN & TRUST CO. . 315 N. Y. I * ;
quick money at low rates for choice farm loans
In Iowa , northern Missouri , eastern Nebraska.
WE WILL HAVE J200.000 TO JJOO.OOO TO LOAN
In 'April , May , June and July on first-class
Improved Omaha property In sums of H.OCO to
J10.0CO ; want applications at oncn ; lowest
lutes on best loans. Fidelity Trust company ,
1702 Farnam St. W M877
CITY LOANS. C. A. STARR , 825 N. Y. LIKE.
LOANS ON IMPROVED & UNIMPROVED CITY
Iiro ; > crty. W. Farnam Smith & Co. , 1320 Farnam
MONEY TO LOAN ON IMPROVED OMAHA
property. 1'usey & Thomas , 297 First Nutl.
Hank Hide. W 163
MONI3V TO I,0.\NCIIATTHLS.
4IONEY TO LOAN OK FURNITURE , PIANOS ,
horses , wagons , etc. , at loucst rates In city ;
no removal of Koods ; strictly confidential ; you
can nay the loan off at any time or In any
amount. OMAHA MORTQAQK LOAN CO. .
SOfl So. 16th Bt.
MONEY TO LOAN. SO. 60. 00 DAYS : FURNIture -
ture , pianos , etc. Duff Green , room 8 , Barker blk
FOR SALE , AIIOUT Z.OOO L11S. MINION TYPE.
700 Ib3. ngutc , 150 pair two-third cases , 40
double lion stands for two-third cases. This
material was used on The Omaha llee , and Is
In fairly eood condition. Will be sold cheap
In bulk or In quantities tn suit purchaser.
Apply In person or by mall to The lice Pub
lishing Company , Omaha , Neb. Y 713
FOR SALE OR TRADE. GOOD GROCERY
stork with llxturcs. 1701 8t. Mary' avenue.
FOR SALE. OLD ESTAIILISHEO DRESS-
muMng buvlneis at a bargain If taKen at
once. Flnett and largest patronage In city.
Address Mrs. A. C. Letts , Deadwood , 8. D.
FOR SALE. ELEVATOR , I.AHOK TRADE ;
eooil Inducements. Addrets box 113 , tiprlng-
Held , Neb. Y-MM5 8
MEAT MARKET , DOING GOOD RUSlNESa ;
proprietor dead , hence buelnets for rale. J , J.
Glbton , Oil Flirt National bank building.
Y MSOU 11
FOR BALE OR TRADE-DRUG STOCK AND
flxlures in Fairmont. Flllmore Co. , Neb. ; In
voice S.M3.00. Address A. U. Klnnamon. Pair-
bury. Neb. Y-MS33 C
TOR HALE-CLF.AN STOCK OF DRUGS OP
about ll.COO tn an eastern Nebraska town ; line
country. Address Chapman Drug Co. . Chap-
mon. N b. Y-M330 11 *
A VERY FINK X2Q-ACRH IMPROVED KAHM
In S. W , loua to trade for Omaha residence
property. Will give good bargain. Fidelity
Tru t Co. , sole agents. Z Mil ] t
WANTKD TO HXCHANGK-COLUMRUD. NEB. ,
real estate for Omaha proptrty. A'ljicn C , H.
W , D. , Columbus , N l > - Z-M551 A )
HARD TIMR PRICES : WATCHES CLEANED ,
75c ; eenulne.main "print , ' , Zc ; watch crystals ,
15c ; clocks cleaned and repaired cheap ; specta
cles and eyeglasccs half price ; eyes tested free ;
work warranted. Aehbel Patterson , 1011 Farn'm
SIIOHTIIAM ) AND TYPEWKITING.
A. C. VAN SANT'S SCHOOL , 613 N. Y. LIFE.
AT OMAHA BUS. COLLEGE , 10TH & DUGLAS.
ELOCUTION , MRS. W. N. DORWARD. C23 N. 19
M8S1 Mch22 *
I1UILII.\G AMJ LOAN ASSOCIATION.
SHARES IN MUTUAL. L , & IJ. ASS'N PAYS 0 ,
7 , S per cent when 1 , 2 , 3 years old ; always re
deemable. 1704 Farnam street. Nattlnger , Sec.
HOW TO GET A HOME OR SECURE GOOD
Interest on savings. Apply to Omaha L. & B.
Ass'n. 1704 Farnam. G. M. Nattlnger. Sec.
FARMS TO UI3NT.
0 ACRES 3 MILES S. W. OP BENSON AND
one nlle N. of Dodge St. , now occupied by
Claus Kuhr. Bemls , IMxton Block. M 063
LIFE 'NS. POLICIES BOUGHT. W. F. HOLDEN
PROFESSOR A. MASERY OF EGYPT. PAL.lt-
Istry and astrology , the wonder of the age ,
past present and future told or no charge , at
MM Harney St. , Omaha , Neb. 991 20'
LOST. WEDNESDAY. NEAR 26TH & HARNEY
streets , ladles' leather pocket book , contain
ing 5 rings , keys and money ; Under will re
turn to lieu ofltco and receive liberal reward.
LOST , SMALL HLACIC DOG. WHITE STREAK
fiont , short hair , "Jerry : " was In South
Omaha ; tlo and telephone 120. O'jmha. or send
postal. Reward. C. 8. Stebblns. 1230 S. 7th
avenue , Omaha , Lost M262 7
LOST YELLOW IRISH BETTER , 11 MONTHS
old ; black leather strap around r.cck ; tele
phone 918 or notify Slemssen , rare of Schlltz
Brewing Co.'s olllce. Dth and Le.-ucmvorth sts. ,
and receive reward. Lost MS48 6 *
GET M. 8. WALKLIN'S PRICES ON FURNIture -
ture packing , repairing , upholstering ; mat
tresses made and renovated ; 2111 Cumlng. Tel.
GET THE BEST TYPEWRITERS ; SUPPLIES ;
repairs. United Tjpewriter & Supplies Co. , 1612
Farnam tt. < 3GJune30
MUSIC , ART AMI LANGUAGE.
GEORGE F. GECL.ENBECK. BANJO , MANDO.
lln and guitar teacher. Room 412 Bee Illdg ,
Tel. 23S. 100
II , MAROWITZ I > OAN3 MONEY , 418 N. 10 ST.
DR. W. R. HOURS , 1810 SHERMAN AVENUE.
Resumed practice. Telephone Office , 1476 ;
residence. 374. M2SG 31 *
SUES & CO. ,
PATENT SOL1CI10KS ,
llco Dulldlnu ,
Advice nnd Pnicnt Hook
! EE SALE
Of Carriages and Bugglci at less than manu >
raclurern' coit price at Ci3 N. 18th street. This
work Is of the best kind and workmanship. Must
be closed out at once. Call on 8 , D , Caead ,
Harness Dealer , at f > 2 > N , 16th street. II will
ao pleased to show this work.
Anil Xnt DriiKH. The Common Spnue
The failure of nlnWy-nlne men ( and
women ) to do what Ibfr Want , make money
earn a homo or fortuticinake n. name fo
themselves or attain whatever goal they aim
at ti duo to Improper HMlnpV
Unnatural food and drink gradually under
mlno the stomach nmV-tJie nervous system
and aonu-whtfo In the body the trouble
shows which drugs wlll'lim ' Heal. It may be
dyspepila. copstlpatlotf , < 1hBrt trouble , kidney
noy complaint or limS' trouble , or U may
show In bad blood , tumors , plica , weak cyta
losa of hearing and head troubles , all these
and many more arc caused by stomach am
nervous disorder , and they cannot exls
when stomach and nerves 7o k properly.
Let us seek by natural living to bo nel
and happy. Abuses of the body cann l be
helped by medicines unlcrs the abuses stop
and If that Is done the pewon will get wcl
quicker without drugs , In nine cases out o
ten.Ono of the greatest causes ot dlaeasc of the
present day la found lu some things llttlo
Coffee Is ono of thceo "polished vll
People nondor day after day "what in the
world makes me feel so , " knowing that the
111 feelings slowly add up , until a sura day
of reckoning comes In the shape ot a spcl
of dlckness , expensive to pocket and always
a. considerable push down the hill In tnoro
ways than ono. Yet they don't seem to dm
where the trouble lies until they quit coffee
and ten and go on a plain diet. ,
Thousands nro learning those facts , and It
wan to help such as find It about Impossible )
to get on without coffee that careful experi
menters worked nearly a twelvemonth to
produce I'ostum Cereal , a beverage with the
color , pungency and piquant flavor of coffee
hut composed of the pure grains of the
field ( wheat , etc ) . It can bo used freely by
adults and children , as It Is simply the
juices ot tlif cereals and Is a pcrfuct food-
drink , whlto lu taste and appearance It la
coffee. . .
It Is scientifically prepared by the Postum
Cereal Co. , Llm. of Hattle Creek , Mich , and
Is not as strong and acrid as very strong
and low grade coffee , but rankn In flavor
and color with the flne mellow grades of the
high priced Mocha and Java creams to the
clear golden broun so greatly liked by con
noisseurs. A few days use makes ono very
fond of the delicious nourishing cup or
Postum , and the old 111 feelings ot body
Your chemist will tell you that It Is now
clearly shown by analysts thta the same
poisonous alkaloids exist In coffca as lu mor
phine , whiskey , tobacco and strychnine , and
the dally doses directly attack stomach ,
heartt liver and nerves. These facts maka
plain the reason for so many serious at
tacks on the body from a hitherto unsus
pected quarter. It's the knife In the dark
that kills , but science has thrown light on
this subject , and one can now have the sat
isfaction at least of knowing what It Is that
Thcro Is but ono genuine original Pcotum
Cereal coffee , with a multitude ot Imitations
ottered as "Just as good. "
l/\ C sXO s > C * v * /
If you will observe - ,
servo the old
style saddle you
will note that U
fits llko a glove ,
presses the sensi
tive parts , onuses
soreness , stiffness
and chafing , and
has made cycling
to a certain ex
\A/l'rri rlir ijclvls i as It rests on
Christy Anatomical Saddle
the pelvis rests onjthe cushion. It Is
the only saddle that
Is built right. Mrulo
of melal , of light
Weight , cannot Avarp
or change Us shape ,
hasi cushions that
rest the entire body ,
does not press the
sensitive parts and
makes cycling a
Pelvis as It rests on
the ChrUty. ,
. . . . Adopted and furnished as a
regular equipment without addi
tional charge , by all the leading
manufacturers of hiqh grade bicy
cles. Agents and riders will servo
their best interests by Insisting
that their wheels arc equipped
with Christy Saddles.
Booklet , "Dlcycle Saddles : From a
Physician's standpoint , " sent free.
Examine It at the Cycle Show.
A. G. Spalding & Bros , ,
NliW YORK. CHICAGO.
PHILADELPHIA , WASHINGTON.
Also all reliable Bicycle Dealers.
OFFICE CHIEF QUAnTCnMASTEIt
Omaha , Neb. . March 2 , Ik'JT. Sealed pro
posals , In triplicate , will bo received here
until 12 o'clock m. , central standard tlmo ,
April 3 , 1S97 , and then opened , for con
structing a hay storehouse at Fort Nlo-
brara , Neb. U. S. reserves right to rejecter
or accept any or all proposals , or any part
thereof. Plans and specifications can bo
seen , and all Information had here. En
velopes containing proposals to be marked
"Proposals for Hay Storehouse , " nnd ad
dressed to D. D. WHBBLEU. MaJ. , Q. M.
OFFICE CHIEF QUAnTERMASTEH-
Ornaha , Neb. , March 2. 1S07. Sealed pro
posals , In triplicate , will bo received here
until 12 o'clock m. , central standard time ,
April 3 , 1S37 , and then opened , for con
structing a hay storehouse nt Fort Mcade ,
S. D. U. S. reserves ngnt to reject or
accept any or all proposals , or any part
thereof. Plans and specifications cnn be
seen , nnd all Information had here. En
velopes containing proposals to bo marked
"Proposals for Hay Storenouse , " and ud-
to D. D. WHEEL.EU. Maj. , Q. M.
Three Nights , Commencing
TONIGHT AT Hilff ,
Matlncep Saturday and Sunday. Seats on sale
S3c , G0o.-75c. $1.00. Matlnecs-25o and COc.
March i > Cjtsy Fitzgerald.
TRATE | | , } ' ] J10UHR
L. M. Crawford , Mar. I , PUtOKS
TONIGHT AT 8:15 : ,
CoHirrovo it Griliit'M Co in i-il la UN la
Given away Satunlny matinee , Diamond
Ring ; night , J100 Uloyvlo ;
Match 7 20th Century Jllnstrols ,
1BTH ANlJ HOWARD.
ICvcry Uvenlr/irlltJlilH / | Week.
Over 500 wheels all the novelties of tha eastern
shows. Bargain Day Wednesday and Saturday
Admission , :5u ; children , 'lOc.
WHEN YOU COME TO OMAHA STOP AT THU
P.OO a day house in the west.
100 rooms IZ.OO per day. BO rooms with bath ,
12.10 per day. Special rates by the month.
\VI.\IC TAYLOR ,
THIRTEENTH ANI > JONES STrtECTS ,
140 rooms , baths , steam heat and all modern
onvenUnces. Rates , LK > and .00 per Uay.
Table unexcelled. Special ) ow rates to regular
DICK SMITH. Manager.
308.10.1J Douglas.V. . U. BARR. Munagvr ,
00 well furnished rooms European or Amejl-
RATES tl.OO AND SI W PER DAY.
SPECIAL HATES 1JY THE WEKK OR MONTH.
Btrevt oar line * oinnect to all parts of tha city
ROLL IS ABOOF COMPLETE
Board of Latly Managers for the Exposition
Nearly Ecady to Organizs.
SECOND DISTRICT MEMBERS CHOSEN
Meeting : tif .Women Select * Mm.
Atiirclltic Whitney nnil MIxM
Helen Chant * OH the
Mrs. Angeling Whitney of Elk City , Doug
las county , nnd Miss Helen Chase of Pa
pllllon , Sarpy county , wore elected as mem
bers ot the Hoard of Lady Managers of the
exposition at the meeting ot women of the
Second congressional district held at the
Crclghton theater yesterday. There were
twenty-atx women present , ten of them
being ( rom Papllllon , two from Benson , two
from South Omaha , and the balance from
The meeting1 was called to order by Secre
tary Wakcflcld , who explained the object of
the moating , and Mrs. S. H. Towno was
elected chairman , after Mrs. Whitney , Mrs ,
Wakcflcld and Mrs. Towno had been nom
inated nnd each had declined , Mrs. Townc
was prevailed on to servo and she withdrew
her declination and was unanimously chosen.
Mrs. Saulsbury ot Papllllon was chosen
Tha chairman asked that names of candi
dates bo sent to the platform , and the fol
lowing names wcro placed In nomination tn
that manner : Mrs. A. W. Clark of Papll
llon , Miss Helen Chase of Papllllon , Mrs.
Omar Whitney of Elk City.
Chairman Towno ruled that but ono ballot
would bo necessary. In view of the small
number ( ireseut , and Dr. Eleanor .Dally , Mrs.
Anglln , both of Omaha , and Mrs. Mead ot
South Omaha were appointed tellers. When
the ballots were counted the vote stood as
follows : Mrs. Clark , 12 ; Miss Chase , 1-1 ,
and Mrs. Whitney , 20. Mrs. Whitney and
Miss Chase were thereupon declared elected
and the meeting at once adjourned.
Mrs. Whitney has boon Identified with
state and county fairs for a number ot yc.irs
and has had more or less experience In work
of that nature. She Is the wlfo of Omar
Whitney , a well known farmer In the north
western part ot Douglas county. Miss Chase
Is a dressmaker In Papllllon and Informed a
Bee representative that sne had never had
any experience In exposition or fair work.
PAPILLION , Neb. . March 4. ( Special. ) l
A meeting -was held by the women of this !
precinct at the reading room In this place 1
yesterday aftctnoon to elect a delegate to
the mass meeting at the Crelghton theater
In Omaha. Thcro was a largo attendance.
Miss Nellie Chase was elected delegate.
PATH OP THE EXPOSITION HILL.
MeiiMiro- Come lip llefore. Hie Xext
The news that President Cleveland had
failed to sign the sundry civil bill and that
the exposition appropriation had shared the
fate of all other appropriations for the gov
ernmental departments was received In
Omaha with expressions of disappointment ,
but this feeling was short-lived In view of
the fact that an extra session of congress
Is assured and that the necessity for mak
ing appropriations for the several depart
ments named In the defunct bill will un
questionably result In a new bill being In
troduced Immediately after the next con
gress convenes. The failure of the bill to
become a law will , consequently , delay the
appropriation but a short tlmo and there
Is a general sentiment that an Inct eased
appropriation may ho secured , Instead of
the $200.000 carried by the bill thus al
lowed to expire without receiving the sanc
tion of the executive.
The friends of the exposition heaved a
sigh of relief at the news that the lower
house of the Nebraska legislature , hod at
last passed the bill appropriating $100,000
for the exposition. " It Is anticipated that
the aenato may Increase the amount of the
appropriation to $150,000 , and It ts fondly
hoped that tbo house may bo. Induced to
concur In this change , but the failure to
Incorporate the emergency clause In the bill
before It passed the house Is regarded as
an unfortunate feature. Unless the emer
gency clause Is attached the bill will not
take effect until ninety days after the legis
lature adjourns , which would delay all ac
tion under the provisions of the bill until
about the flrst of July , or later. This would
leave less than a year In which to make
all preparations for a state exhibit and build
ing. By those posted In such matters the
time Is regarded as being too short.
SOUTH DAKOTA IS COMINO IN.
1'roniotern IiilcrcNt Iloth
I > coilc uiul LeKlHluturc.
PIERRE , S. D. , March 4. ( Special Tele
gram. ) The northern committee of the
Transmlsslsslppl Exposition , after a delay at
Salem , were able to proceed on the way to
Plerro , S. D. Huge snowdrifts were en
countered on the way , but Pierre was finally
reached , thirty-two hours later than the rceu.
lar time. 'Two of Salem's pteminent citizens ,
Mr. Patton , sdltor of the Republican , and
Mr , Todd , banker , accompanied the comfnlt-
tee to Pierre and have been of much assist
ance In bringing the Omaha men Into friendly
relations with the senators and reprceenta- .
tlvcs and citizens of Pierre. Last night a
lolnt special session of both houses was' '
neld In the capltol building. Governor Lee |
Drcsldlng , assisted by Lluutenant Governor
Sllnd'mann and Speaker ot the House Colvln.
The attendance was very largo , not only
legislators but citizens apparently taking
great Interest in the subject of the oxnoal-
.Ion.An hour was accorded Messrs. Lindsay ,
Scott and Clarkton for the purpose of ux-
tlalnlng and advocating the exposition , and
urging an appropriation for an exhibit and
representation for South Dakota. The re
marks made were very favorably received
and were followed by short addresses by
Governor Leo and Lieutenant Hlndmaim ,
both favorable to an appropriation. Action
was taken afterward In both houses which
ndlcatcs an early parsago of a bill for an
appropriation in the sum of $15,000 or up
The committee expected to start for homo
at 3 o'clock this morning , but a blizzard
cast ot Plctre Indefinitely postponed the
caving of trains.
OI'l'O.HIS T1IU IlUKOOATJOtV SCIII3MK.
Vurth Improvement Club I'JINNI-M
HeNolntloiiH oil the .Subject.
The Northsldo Improvement club last
night held a mass meeting In Erfllng hall
'or ' the purpose of considering a report to the
effect that an effort is to bo made to re-
ocato the exposition site , The meeting was
attended by about fifty. It resulted In the
passage of a resolution , Introduced by Coun
cilman Christie , protesting against a rc-
noval from Miller park to any other nlle
n the northern or any other portion of the
city Exposition Directors Trice and Payne
were present and reported that no proposition
liftd been presented to the directory looking
to the removal. The passage of the resolu
tlon wni by no meana unanimous , as the vote
to table It until some future meeting was
lost by the close vote ot 14 to 16. The
motion to table WBS made bcrauso someo
the members thought that the pasjitgo of the
resolution was p'omature , in view of the
fact that the directory was not oltlclalb
considering a removal of the site.
TWO AVOMKN CHOSIift AT CU13T13
Hit nil ml nclennte * Shmv Tlielr In-
terent In the ( Srent KxtMitltloti.
For Hoard of Lady Mniingcrs . . . . .
MUS. J. n. M'DOWKblj of Fftlrbitr )
MllS. F. JOHNSON of Crete ,
CRETE. Neb. . March 4. ( Special Tele
gram. ) The mass convention of women was
attended by about 100 delegates. Mayor
Wells called the meeting to order and made-
a short address ot welcome. Mrs. F. I. Foss
was elected president and Mrs. A. A. Iteci
secretary. Mts. F. Johnson ot Crete am
Sirs. J. U. McDowell of Falrbury wcrp chosei
member * of the Board of Lady Managers u
the TransmUslslppl Exposition from the
Fourth congressional district.
WIMj MAICH A PIIIUUI STAUT NOW
KrlciiilH of the K\ionltlon nt Wimh-
liiutnii Ant UlHcounmvil.
WASHINGTON , March 4 , ( Special Tele
gram. ) The failure of the sundry civil
appropriation bill to receive the president's
signature , thereby temporarily losing to the
TrnnsrnlsslFalppI Exposition $200,000 , has
caused widespread regret among the legis
lators who nave helped the measure In
season and out. President Cleveland re
ceived the bill In good season , but pigeon
holed It , The extra cession will have to
look after the measure , and much of the
same old fight will have to bo gone over.
Thcro Is no fear but that the exposition will
proflt by the delay.
31 OK 10 THOUHIiI' : WITH Til 1C HACKllS.
llecoriln Mnile nt the Illeyele Shotv
IiiiHt N I ulit ThrotMi Out.
Thcro was a good big crowd out to the
bicycle show again last night , the ladles
especially being lu evidence. Every booth
was surrounded by numerous Inquirers after
information concerning the latest Improve
ments tn the different wheels , and the nlslcci
on the first two floors wcro thronged with
The largest crowd was undoubtedly on the
third floor , where the racing was going on ,
and It eagerly watched the efforts of the
wheelmen to make a record. The audience
seemed to have no special favorite among
the racers , the novelty of the exhibition
apparently being the most attractive fea
At the close ot the race the management
of the show throw out all the records made
for the evening , as It was found that all of
the riders had violated the rules governing
the race. The rules made a 100-gcar the
limit and an investigation last evening re
vealed the fact that the four machines wcro
geared from 150 to 250. For this reason the
records wcro thrown out and the total stands
where It did at the end of the race Wednes
day evening. .
The records made last night were : Proulx ,
C2.S ; Hall , 44 ; Holton , 43.1 , and" Helnzinan ,
42.1. This would have given Proulx the
special prlzo for the evening had It not been
for the decision ot the management throwing
out the records and ho declares he Is going
to have It or know why.
Tonight will bo set apart for the Union
Pacific Wheel club and It Is expected that
the club will appear In uniform.
AHI3XA POIt 11IG Fir.HT AIIOUT UP.
Dan Stuart Given Out Itx Plan nnil
the Prlcen for SentH.
CARSON , March 4. The flrst G/llclat / s.tate-
ment of seating -iraiigaments was given to
th9 Associated press this morning. The
arena has twenty largo sections and Is octag
onal , subdivided Into smaller ones. There
are 2,800 box seat ? , grouped from three to
twclvo In a box , $40 a seat ; 5,346 reserved
seats at $20 ; 5,423 at $10 , and 1,088 at $5
each , making a total seating capacity of
15,252. Should all these scats be occupied
at the Corbett-Fltzslmmons fight , the receipts
would amount to $284,000. Space has bcsn
set aside for operating the klnctcscope , also
about 240 scats for members of the press ,
divided .Into two rows against and entirely
surrounding the ring. The ropes- , posts nd
padding for the ring , the same as used for
the Corbett-Sharkey light , will be here to
day. The platform for the ring Is now up.
The boxes will bo completed today. In fact
UID arena will present an almost finished
appearance at the close of today's work.
ToiirUt Wheelmen Kiect OlllcerN.
The Tourist wheelmen held their annual
election of ofllccra last evening In their
club rooms In the Sheely block. John D.
Howe was elected president ; W. A. Mcsslck ,
vlco president ; II. Jones , secretary , and W.
C. Bouk , treasurer ; H. K. Smith was se
lected as captain ; the entertaining commit
tee was composed of Frank Nowcomb , H. C.
Hartry and Thomas Spencer ; the racing com
mittee , W. C. Bouk. M. 0. Daxon and L. A.
Marsh. A resolution was Introduced and
passed approving the late action of the city
council toward constructing a blcyclo path
to Florence , and also to Blair. The club
pledged Its support toward raising funds
for the purpose and the subject will also
bo brought up before the directors of the
Associated Cycling Clubs of the city.
nt the JIuiie.ii Show.
ST. LOUIS , March 4. At the bench show
the flrst day's Judging gave prizes to some
notable dogs. George J. Gould's Furlough
Furlough Blossom. Rldgevlow Comet , Lady
Gay Spanker , Furlough Maud and Furlough
Bloom captured almost all of the first prizes
In the pointer class. In the collie class , J.
Plorpont Morgan's Hornpipe and Ornament
were flrst prizewinners. . Maurice Barry-
moro's Davy Garrlck won 'the first prize for
Challenge greyhounds. Charles A. Robinson ,
a local owner of greyhounds , captured moat
of the other first prizes In this class.
Bcecham's Pills will dispel thablues. . "
Criullo ninl the ( irnve.
Tlio following births and deaths were re
ported at the health olllco during the twenty-
four hours ending at noon today :
Births liana Chrlstenscn , 340 North
Twenty-sixth street , girl ; F. M. KJger , 422
Williams , boy.
Deaths Mary A. Wheeler , 02 , 1833 Ontario ,
heart disease ; Christina Schalble , 77 , 2815
Docitur , paralysis , Prospect Hillj Mack
Marshal , 2 months , 1811 Williams. Inanition.
Trleil to .Sell uu Overcoat.
George Peterson nnd Hnrry Nlghtlng.-ile
were nrrestcd luat nlgtrt near the comer
of Sixteenth and Chicago BtreetH , with a
largo ulster overcoat in their possession ,
They hud been trying to dispose of It to
mimcroiiH people when accosted liy an
ofllcer. Nightingale nrHt-rteil that I'ulcruon
had obtained the garment from a stranger.
to whom ho paid (2. The overcoat IH sup
posed to have been stolen ,
The after-dinner task of dish washing loses
its terrors , and nil household cleaning is
accou'.jlishcd ) quickly nnd easily by the use of
largest package greatest ccouomy ,
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY ,
Chicago , 6t. Loula , New York , Bojton ,
The concert of the Omaha Musical society
at the Crclghton last night was not favored
with that patronage which the excellence-
the performance warranted. What the audi
ence lacked lu numbers , however , was moro
than offtct by enthusiasm ,
The Mualcan society appeared tn three
numbers and sustained the reputation enrne-1
at Us former concerts fqr doing careful and
conscientious work. Its first number was .1
part song by tJoetz and die execution ot
this tuneful number was all that could have
been drslrcJ. The delicacy of shading was
very effective and there was a smoothnesR
about the cntliv rendition which was very
pleasing. The second appearance of the so
ciety was In a chorus by < rio female voices ,
and thl ; was pleasing , although lacking some
what In volume. The old familiar "Tho
Heavens Are Telling , " from Haydn's Creation ,
formi-d the last number on the program ,
and with Mtss Mcthot and Movers. Uougl.ics
and Conrad In the trio , the number \\.io
rendered very satisfactorily.
The main featuiv of the concert was tlio
appearance o ( tlio Camilla Uro Concert com
pany. Mine. Urso has been before the
public for many years and has acquired a
worldwide reputation as a vlollnlsle. Her
performance last night tunned conclusive )
evidence that she. has lost none nf the vigor
and power which give her complete control
ever the only perfect Instrument. The atull-
once went Into raptures over her marvelous
playing , and she was recalled again and
agitn. She responded most graciously nnj
gave added evidence of her versatility.
Miss Minnie Mcthot , the soprano ot Mine.
Urso'fl company , made n most favorable Im
pression. She has a volco ot great volume
and sings with llttlo effort. Her tones ara
clear and full , and her Intonation and phras
ing nro executed In a most artistic manner.
She received a number of onfinrre and was
lu great favor with the audience.
Kdwln Douglass , the tenor , was head to
good advantage In several numbers. lie has
a very sweet tenor volco of great power
which Is under perfect control. Ho sung with
llttlq apparent effort and was encored at
George II. Wesley , the ntnnlst of the com
pany , appeared In ono solo number , playing
one of Liszt's rhapsodies In A manner whlrli
showed finished technique and great expres
sion. Ills touch was delicate , yet flnn , and
Ills tone shading was a beautiful bit of ar
tistic work. In the accompaniments Mr ,
Wesley showed his artistic ability to great
The harp solo by Mice Wllhelmlna Lowi >
was ono of the pleasing features of the
evening. Although sadly hampered by break
ing strings. Miss Lowe rendered her solce-
tlon In a most satisfactory manner and \\as
A pleasing dlvcrttsoment was a recitation
ay Mrs. H. U. Sumlorland uf this city. Mrs ,
Sundcrland has been delighting her friends
jy her artistic renditions for some time , but
: lie general public has been kept In Ig-
loranco of the histrionic ability In her power.
She was vigorously applauded and was com
pelled to respond to an encore.
Patrons of Uoyil'a are being entertained
.his week by Cosyrovo & Grant's comedians
n the lovely force comedy , "Tlio Uazzler. "
Grotty girls , catchy mualc and ludicrous
fun ara the plc&slng features ot the show.
"Chlmmlo Faddcn , " n dramalliallou ot Ed
ward W. Townsend's famous book , in which
Charles Hopper Is starring tlilo season , was
irescnted In Now England , for the flrst tlmo
on any stage , a year ago last Christmas
lay. It achieved arT'lnstantaneous success ,
and was almrst Immediately transferred to
New York City , where It crowded the Garden
and afterwards the Standard theater for
140 consjcutlvo performances , only closing
ts phenomenally prosperous run late In tlio
spring. "Chlmmlo Fadden" Is announced for
: hr o performances at Iloyd's , commencing
Thursday evening , March 11 , and closing with
a matinee Saturday.
The " 20th Century Minstrels" comes to
Qoyd's for four nights , commencing with a
Sunday matinee , March 7. There will bo
novelties In music and dancing and alto
gether an elaborate and entertaining pro
duction of this favorite kind Is promised.
A now farce-comedy , "Tho Foundling , "
presented under the auspices of Charles
Frohman , wilt bo scon hero for the flrst
: lmo at the Crclghton Tuesday night. It Is
brimful of fun and was a rattling success
at Hoyt's theater. New York , where It ran
for 200 nights. "The Foundling" Is the worlc
of William Lestocq and B. M. Kobson. Tbo
cc.ir.pany . which will be seen .hero Includes
: ho original players seen during the New
York run , Thomas Burns , Adolph Jackson ,
Jacques Martin , Frank Uatton , E. Soldeno
Powell , Walter Smith , J. W. Ferguson ,
Stella ZanonI , Meta Maynard , Clara Dakar
Rust , Ella Mayer and Nellie Martlncau.
Cissy Fitzgerald , the English dancer , will
appear as a music-hall artist In the comedy.
A one-act play. "Chums , " will preccdo
The Foundling. " Seats will bo placed on
, Lewis Morrison and his supporting com-
> any will open a three-nights' engagement
at the .Crelghtcn tonight , presenting In a
elaborate manner the dramatic version ot
joetho's well known story of "Faust , " Mr.
Morrison appearing as Mcphlsto. Faust aa
> resented by this well known player ID gald
o leave nothing to bo desired from a scenic
standpoint , the entire production being staged
n a Hpectacular manner with new scenery ,
elaborate electrical cITcpto and beautiful cos-
iimcs. The company Is promised to bo a
horoughly competent one. Including a num-
) er ot players who are well and favorably
cnown here. Matinee performances will bo
; lven tomorrow and Sunday , at which per-
ormaiicea pcnular prices will prevail ,
WKKCKI.VK TIIA1.V JUMPS Til A 1C.
1'h ! Men , All IliillromlerM , Killed
mid Three Injured ,
ZANHSVILLE , 0. , March ! . The naltl-
nero & Ohio wrecking train left the track
about ten miles cast of this city this after-
loon as It was on Its way to clear a freight
wreck , Three railroad men , all of Newark ,
O. , were killed and several injured. Tha
dead are :
ENGINEER AUGUSTUS DUTTON ,
HHAKEMAN JOHN TOOME.
The Injured , none fatally , are'- : Louis D.
Smart , A. Ilhlnehart and I ) . Dubols.
DrillIIH of H Diiy.
COLUMHUS , Neb. , March ) , ( Special. )
Mrs. Fugard , wife of F. E , Fugard , died la
this city yesterday after a lingering Illnosa
of several months. She had long been a
sufferer from a painful disease. Mr , and
Mrs. Fugard have lived hero for nearly
WAHOO , Neb.March - 4. ( Special. ) At
the homo of her son , Henry Mohlcr , three )
nlkfl from this city , on March Z , occurred
he death of Mrs , Mary Mohlcr. The cauas
of her death was cancer of the face , from
which she had suffered for sixteen yearn.
She was 05 years of ago. The funeral BCTV-
ces took place today from the residence ,
conducted by Hov , Mr. Lewis , pastor of the
MethodUt Episcopal church at Ithaca , Neb.
WEST POINT , Neb , . March ) . ( Special. )
Francis Swedhelm died this morning at
il.s residence , cast of this city , The de
ceased , was ono of the first settlers of the
ounty , and a vlco president of the Old
Settlor's society , whoso annual meetings ho
enlivened by graphic accounts of the hard-
hips and trials borne and suffered by tha
early Bottlers of Cumlng county. Ho waa
4 yearn old , and leaves numerous descent-
UNWOOD , Neb , , March 4. ( SpcclaJ. )
.ast night at 11:15 : fire was discovered In
ho building occupied as a butcher shop by
\ntort Pral , The lire had already made
ucb rapid progress that the firemen tinned
heir attention toward saving the adjacent
> roperty. Through the effort * of the IIro
cpartment , assisted by the citizens , the
estructlon of property was confined to the
julldlng In which the flro was first located ,
lad there been a moderate wind blowing
com the southeast Inatcad nf a gcntlo breczo
a largo portion of the business part of tha
Illago must have been destroyed , The
nlldlng consisted of a ono-Btory frame
hop and a two-story frame dwelling , which
was owned by John Vauous of Howclli.
The bulldlnga and contents were n complete
osa , Loss , Jl.tJOO ; no Insurance.
CANTON , S. ! > . , March 4 , ( Special Tele-
gram. ) Mrs. Miller , wlfo of Major W. II.
illller , died suddenly today. She was mother ,
n-law of Judge F , It. Alkena of Sioux Fallw.
Slio waa ono of the ploneora of South