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THE OMAHA DAILY BEEi PBTDAY. APRTTj lin. 1808.
HOT DAY'S ' WORK DRllllXC
Hetraska Bo'dlcr Bojs Find Life in Camp
Hot All Idleness.
OMAHA CIM'ANiES EASILY RECOGNZ1D
I'rrclNlon of Movement of the Old
Time ClinnipluiiN Mnrku Them
( or I hr People Kniter to
Conic to Oinnlin.
f.INCOLN , April 28. ( Spcclal.-Tho ) drill
ing In the hot aun and dim today has been
o rigorous ag to make
many of thf now
men at Camp Alvln Saundcrs wish they had
not tried soldiering. To the old members
of the Guard and a majority of the new re-
crults this hard work was expected and they
arc well eatUfled. A few who lately Joined
the Guard hod an Idea that It meant a life
of ease and Idleness In camp and there Is
already an occasional application from such
these for discharges.
The First regiment band , which Is mode
up from among the best musicians of
Omaha , gave short concerts In different
parts of the camp today and received many
compliments. The band , however , U not
anxious to remain with 'the troops , on ac
count of the season being such a busy and
profitable one In the mualc line In Omaha ,
and there Is an application In to have the
band mustered out of service. H Is probable
that this will soon bo done. The new Sec
end regiment band , which halls from Has-
tlngH , Is well pleased with the prospects of
coldlcr llfo and gave evidence of this by giv
ing iDmo lively music durng the day. The
Hastings IXJJH have drawn their uniforms
and present , a bettor appearance than they did
The Thurston Rifles and the Omaha Guards
are nicely located In the camp , anJ the bays
nro all feeling well , the long Ervl dusty drill
causing no discouragement among them. The
Thtirstons have not got their mesa outfit In
Rood shape yet , and are suffering some little
discomforts from having left many useful
articles In Omaha. They do t t think they
will bo kept In camp hero long , and are
fixing MonJay as the date for their moving
back to Omaha , along with the other com
panies , In the regimental Inspection and
drill today the Thurstons were readily picked
out by the people In the grand stand , on ac
count of their appearance and * precision In
GUATIDO HAVfl NO DBD3.
The Omaha Guards haJ an uncomfortable
night of It last night because they had no
etraw for bedding , the supply having run
short. Otherwise they are iln good shape and
wall pleased with their quarters. The Guards
expressed themselves as highly pleased with
the demonstration at Omaha In honor of the
two companies jesterday , and wore further
made to feel gcod And happy today by a tele
gram which announced 'that the Omaha Com
morclal club would keep up tholr armory >
and pay all current expenses during their
absence. , The Galling gun at the head
quarters of the Guards attracts much atten
tion from the members of the other com.
panics and ithe visitors In general. Very
few people have ever scon a Gatllog before.
The Beatrice Creamery company made the
members of companies F of the Second and
1) and C of the First very happy by presentIng -
Ing them with 100 gallons of buttermilk ,
which was divided up between the three com
panies and maJe a welcome addition to thclt-
local commlrsary departments. The creamery
company threatens to extend the compliment
BO as to treat every company In the camp.
The facilities for reaching the camp are
very good. Street cars from the city run
every fifteen minutes and are always
crowded. The read from town Is good for
wheeling and la crowded with carriages and
cycle riders. It Is estimated that 10,000 people
ple vl-'lted the camp during the day.
EXPECT TO MOVE MONDAY.
The opinion Is prevalent that the guards
will bo mustered In by the United States
service In tlmo so that tbo camp will bo
moved to Omaha either Monday or Tuesday ,
add Lincoln people arc crowding out to
View the soldier boys while they have the
chance. A largo number of people a'so came
In from the smaller towns In thl part of the
etatc. It la expected that the Sunday crowd
will be for the largest that ever assemble 1
on the fair grounds. 1o
A movement la on foot to ralae'9250 to
be divided equally between the two Lincoln
companies. Ttie sum baa been over hall
m-ido up today. ' The companies have been | :
to considerable personal expense for llttlo
necessaries and citizens are responding lib
erally to help them out. Regimental colors
will also bo presented to the mllltla boys as
twon aa the flags are completed. The date
of presentation has not yet been announced
It U the Intention to form a parade ot Grand
Army ot the Republic pests and civic eo-
cfetlea which will march to Camp Saundere
whore the two regiments will be formed In
dreas parade to receive the colors. Govern
ors Thayer and Furnas and Justice Amasa
Cobb uavo been tavlted to deliver addresses
This will without doubt bo the only oppor
tunity Lincoln will have of eeelng1 the state
mllltla to one body.
The attractions end ambitions of soldier
life have dt wn In young men who were en
joying aucccseful buslocvB or profeeslcna
careers. Among these are Hugh Lancaster
who leaves his law practice and office as
county attorney to become captain ot the
new company from Tecumojh. IMul Jussen
a prominent lawyer from Otoo county bcu
enlisted a a private In the Nebraska City
LIEUTENANT STOTSiKNDERO'S OPINION
Lieutenant Stotsenberg , who is dlrectlni
many of the details of > the camp and took
choree of the battalion drill this forenoon
and who Is likely to be the office ? to muster
the trora Into the United States service
was Interviewed this evening regarding the
Nebraska troops. Ho says they are a fine
body of men and to all appearances have
been so carefully selected that most of them
will pass muster. Ho Is especially pleased
with the -way the companies drill and re
marked that the new recruits are all anxloui
to learn , which Is half the battle. He thinks
the Nebraska volunteers will not be excelled
by those from any other state.
General mils and all the other officers
were already well acquainted with the eli
Nebraska National euard and they now
peak In most complimentary terms of the
quality of the new material selected by the
companies. They expect to take a eplen
dldly drilled body ot men to Omaha and hope
that they will eoon go from there to see
active service In Cuba.
HECBI'TIOX TO "rilK IMIIIATEIIS
Return ot Hit * Vlelor * Miiile XotnM
b > ' ( lie SUnleiil * .
LINCOLN. April tS. ( Special. ) Miss Her
tha Stull and Messrs. Daker and Sackett , tb <
University debaters who won the laurels a
Colorado Springs a few days ago , returned
homo yesterday afternoon. Former university
students who now live In Denver gave them
* reception upon their return there. Las
night the Union Debating club tendered an
Informal reception and heard all the Inter
estlng points of the trip. Resolutions were
adopted thanking the debaters and pledging
The laet pupils' recital of the year was
given at the University school of music las
night before an unusually largo audience
Owing to the largo number ot pupils taking
part the program was very long , but wel
i Walter A. Leeae returned from Chicago
yesterday , where he succeeded In making
advantageous arrangements for the public *
tlon of the new national hymn recently com'
poaod by hi me elf. He expects to have it be
fore the public In about two weeks.
* Dr. M. 'D. ' Ward of the University of Ne-
bratka has gone to .Nellgh , where ho wll
lecture * on "Tho Life of the Deep Sea" al
Both residences and business houses are
gayly decorated with the stars and stripes
nd bunting of patriotic colors , with hen
end there a Cuban flag among our own em1
P. C. Squires , H. T. Clarke. E. F. Jordan
C. Q. Underwood , Charles Klrschbaum. C
II. Samson. E..O. Brandt. George W.Vea
ver. R. D. Pollard , 8. L. Kelley and Edward
Lytle are Omaha people at the Lincoln hotels
Heceiitluu to the Mllltla.
ORD , Neb. . April 28. ( Speck ! . ) Tuea
day eveukic to * citizen * ot Ord tendered the
militia b3 > s a reception at the court bouse
on the eve of their departure to the treat.
A large audience was pro-ot and short ad-
( lref > t were made by Hon. A. M. ttobblns ,
K. J. Clemcntn and Charles A. Muntx
MM. Sarah A. Maaon , president of the
Ladles of the Grand Army of the Re
public , made a powerful and touching
addrees and poke of Incidents of
he stirring tlmta of 1SC1 , which the prevent
called to mind. Mrs. Claflln , arnoclate
tdltor of the Ord Journal , also made a short
' Yesterday mornln ; company II departed
'or Lincoln on the 1) ) . , & M. The company
n under command of Captain Oudmundson
and Is made up mootly of stout , 'strong
arraer bojs who will give a good account
> f themselves In a scrap. Everybody In
town was down to see them , off and the train
lulled out amlJ cheers and the waving ot
landkcrchlefs and flags.
Heeeptlon to the Gtinriln.
BROKEN BOW , . Neb. , April 28. ( Special. )
Tuesday evening a farewell reception end
supper were given the local mllltla company
lere. After supper , when A. Moore took
charge as toastmantcr , the responses were
enthusiastic and patriotic and elicited licatl.y
applause. Among those who responded to
oasts were Judge Sullivan , ex-JuJge Reese ,
ex-Judgo Cowles , Rev. George Bal'.ey , Rev.
W. H. Hornaday , A. W. Gandy , C. L. Qui
te ! son. Dr. R. C. Talbot , Second Lieutenant
C. L. Orr , Sergeant Horace Kennedy and
J. R. Dean. Mr. Dean was astlgned the
duty of making the formal presentation of
a flno flag , presented by the women to the
company , and o. bible presented by George
Palmer end Glen Johnson. The presents were
accepted In o flno speech by Captain Painter.
The leavctaklng this morning a't 6:25 : at
the depot was witnessed by hundreds , who
cheered heartily os' the Uraln moved out
with the special car decorate ! and loaded
with the company.
Old Siitillern' llonnlnn.
M'COOK , Neb. , April 28. ( Special. ) Al a
meeting of the local committee held here It
was decided to hold the next old roldlcrs' re
union for ( southwestern Nebraska In .McCook
In the week commencing Monday , September
20 , 1898.
A meeting was held In the city ball last
night to organize a reserve corps In compli
ance with the request of retired generals. The
enlistment was prompt and largo and more
are enlisting every day.
The Odd Fellows of McCook celebrated
their seventy-ninth anniversary last night
with great eclat and enthusiasm. Between
200 end 300 people , Odd Fellows and their
guests participated In the services and the
banquet that followed. The principal address
was delivered by Past Grand Master George
W. Norrla of Beaver City. Rev. J. A. Bad-
con of McCook also spoke. The banquet was
spread for over 200.
FAIRMONT , Nob. , April 28. ( Special. )
Early ywtcrday morning people from the
country began coming to town and later
from Encter , 'Grafton and "Genoa to give God.
speed and farewell to the bojs of company
O , Nebraska National guard , who were to
arrive on the 11 a. m. train from Genoa.
Buildings were gaily decorated and covered
with flags and bunting and the arrival of
the train was announced by the booming of
guns and ringing of bells. The boys were
met at the train by the Grand Army of the
Republic , Woman's Relict corps and a solid
open rank of school children from the depot
to the hotel wa j formed anil company G
headed by Camp's Military band marched
through to the hotel , where dinner was
served by iho citizens. After dinner com
pany G formed and marched back to the
depot Just in time to take the train forte
Iliind IloyN Leave IlnntliiK * .
HASTINGS , Neb. , April 28. ( Special. )
Thcro was quite a Demonstration In Hast
Ings when the Second rcglmsnt band marched
to the dppot to take their departure for
L'cxroln , where the/ were ordered by Ad
Jutant General Carry. Thousands of people
tunned out anJ marched In a body to the
depot. The "Hastings drum corps led the
procession , then came the members of Silas
A. Strickland post , N'o. 13 , followed by hun
dred 3 of citizens , college students and high
school boys ar.l girls. Hon. R. A. Barry
was one of the flag-bearers. As soon ao
tie depot was reached the procession opened
rauks and as the band boys marched through
thunderous cheers went up from thousands
of enthusiastic people. The boys expect :
to go to Omaha Friday , where they remain
until called to the front.
G ( ioen to Oninlin.
GENEVA , Neb. , April 28. ( Special. )
Yesterday company G , Nebraska National
guard , composed of eighty-five youag men ,
left tor Omaha. Every place ot business
In town was draped In bunting with flago
flying. Several Cuban banners were dis
played. Every window In the court house
contained a flag. They were escorted to the
depot by the band , Grand Army of the Re-
publlo and Woman's Relief corps. After
the boys came the school children In a body.
Hundreds ot people were at the depot to
wltneca the departure of the boys. They
were presented with flowers and flags , and
the train pulled out amidol the cheers and
tears ot the crowd.
BLAIR , Neb. , April 28. ( Special. ) At the
last meeting of the Board of Education W
K. Fowler , who has been superintendent oi , (
the city schools for the la&t four yeuts , was
re-elected to that position for three years
longer with an Increase of salary. Blair has
eighteen school rooms , with nineteen teachers
and a high standard In the city schools has
been attained under Superintendent Fowler.
Bills were circulated throughout the city
today announcing a mass meeting at Mayle'o
hall tonight , called for the purpose of en
listing a company of volunteers.
Creamery Xeurliiir Completion ,
WYMORE , Neb. , April 28. ( Special. ) The
now co-operative creamery Is nearlng com
pletion and the machinery will bo put In
name time this week. It Is expected to have
the creamery In operation by May 16.
The city council met In regular seralon
last night , transacting the regular rout lee
business coming before the body. The
bond of J. A. Reullng , for treasurer , wai
examined and approved. Several ordinances
were pissed , among which was one : nakn ! ; It
a misdemeanor to leave swinging gates ob
structing the sidewalks. .
Trenton' * School Exhibit.
TRENTON. Neb. , April 28. ( Special. )
Mrs. Stella * Smith , with the assistance of
Prof. French , has been laboring faithfully
for several days getting the schcol exhibit
of th's ' county In shape to forward to the
exposition managers. While the neighbor
ing towns have not assisted as was desired
the exhibit will bo a superior one and will
give to the state and country at large a
good Idea of the
excellent work being ac
complished In this part of the state.
Kiirm Work \'enr Homeland.
ROSELAND , Neb. , April 28. ( Special. )
Farmers In this community have about com
pleted their plowing for corn and planting
will begin next week. The acreage will not
bo nearly as large as last year.
The war spirit Is growing every day. A
Cuban flag floats from the flagpole and there
Is strong talk ot trying to get a recruiting
officer' here for the benefit of a number who
wish to volunteer.
Odd Fellom * * ( Anniversary.
LYONS , Neb. , April 28. ( Special. ) Logan
Valley lodge , No. 89 , Independent Order of
Odd Fellows celebrated their eevcnty-nlnth
anniversary of Odd Fellowship by giving a
banquet at their hall last evening to their
families end friends. IA large number of
visiting members of neighboring lodgee were
also present to enjoy their feast and a good
program with them.
Falrbury Woman' * Club.
FAmBURY , Neb. . April 28. ( Special. )
The current literature department of the
Falrbtiry'Woman'a club held Its last meet-
Ins for the year on .April . 22. The program
consisted of papers and discussions and some
exceptionally fln music was given on the
violin and piano by Mies Breede and MTB.
n Company mt Wayne.
WAYNE , Neb. , April 28. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Judge W. P. Norrla ) and Landlord Ed
Reynold * of the 'Boyd ' hotel received enlist.
ment blanks from Adjutant IT. P. Barry this
evening for ( be yurpoae of organizing *
! volunteer company of the National Guard.
Twenty meo enlisted In less than two hour *
and 'Mr. Reynolds received notice by telephone -
phone at 7 o'clock that twelve men from
Randolph would bo here tomorrow to enlist.
It Is expected that before noon tomorrow
the full number allowed the company wJll
Welc'ome Omnlin'N Conipnnle * .
WESTON , Neto. , April 28. ( Special. ) The
train bearing the mllltla from Omaha to
Lincoln pasted through about 6:30 : p. m. yes
terday and their coming was cheered by a
crowd of pec-plo at the dcp3t by hurrahs ,
waving of flags and firing of guns. The boys
In blue responded In a manner that wns In
spiring. Six of Weston'a volunteers , H. C ,
Ulunk , J. C. Stevens , Nels A. Tubcson , John
Moackler , Fred Rockafellow and Frank Falk-
ensteln , were wired by the adjutant guiurat
to report at Lincoln yesterday and left on
the evening train , amid the cheers and good
wishes of several hundred who had gathered
to witness their departure.
Holt Comity Volnntecm.
O'NEILL , Neb. , April 28. ( Special Telc-
gram. ) A company of Holt county volun
tccrs WZB organized In this city tonight by
John SklrvlnR. The company la competed
of twenty-five men from Stuart and about
forty from this > clty. The following arc the
officers elected : Captain , John Bklrvlng ;
first lieutenant , C. E. Hall ; second llcutcn-
ant , J. W. Wertz. Great enthusiasm wca
manifested by all the boys and after the or
ganization they marched through the streets
of the city to the strains cf martial music.
Captain Sktrvlng will tender the services of
the company to Governor Holcomb tomor
Old AilmlnlntrnUon Step * Out.
HARVARD , Neb. , April 28. ( Special. )
Mayor Lonham and the old city administra
tion closed their official year on Monday
evening and turned the "keys of the city"
over to Mayor G. A , Hcrczop and hla oe o-
clates In office. In the first ward Jamea
Richards succeeds L. G. Kempster. In the
Second ward John D. Bain takes the place
of C. W. Till , and I. R. Ltaler that of E. R.
King , who has removed from the city.
Daniel Hurd , son of Hen. L. 0. Hurd ,
left this morning for Lincoln , where ho
hopes to enlist In company F.
Curry Out n SurprlMe.
Neb. . April 28. ( Special. )
Members of Shelton lodge , No. 141 , lode-
pcrdeot Order of Odd Fellows , gave a pleasant
surprise to the auxiliary lodge Daughters of
Rebockah last night by having arranged a
program In the lodge room and supper at the
Pacific ho < tel. They observed this as the
seventy-ninth anniversary of the founding
of the order. Ti'ifty mctnocrs and women
Goodbye to the.MIIUIn.
SCHUYLER , Ncb.i April 28. ( Special. )
Schuyler gave company K , Nebraska National
Guards , a great scndoff yesterday on their
leaving for camp at Lincoln. Everybody
tumed out to wUh the boys godspeed.
Fnrmer HniiKN Hlm elf.
AVILBBR. Neb. , April 28. ( Special. ) John
Jenecek , a Bohemian farmer , whoso home Is
eight miles northwest , commuted suicide by
shooting himself In the head and biui.st to
day. Poor health Is given 03 the
Xoiv Company Organized.
JUNIATA , Neb. , April 28. ( Special. )
The Junlata bond called the people out to
Allen's hall last night , where after the
musical acv , a company of Nebraska Na
tional guards wn organized.
Hey IlrenkN nn Arm.
HBHM'ER , Neb. , April 28. ( Speclnl. )
Frank , the 10-ycar-od ! SOM of H. C. Clark ,
while playing leap-frog yesterday on the
public school grounds broke hla arm Just
above the wrist.
TO CU1IK C'OII > 1ST O.VE DAY
Take Laxative Hromo Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund tte money If It falls to cure
2Gc. The genuine has L. B. Q. on each tablet.
Mnps ot Cuba at The Bee office Omaha
Council Bluffs , or South Omaha. Cut a
coupon from page 2.
BLANCHARD , la. , April 28. ( Special .Tel
cgram. ) Flro broke out hero this afternoon
In a row oO wooden buildings and consumed
the entire block , entailing a ICSP of about
$10.000. The losers are : Mrs. E. J. Shultz
and W. E. Holmes , store buildings ; George
Bowers , livery stable ; Ed Russel , meat mar-
kef ; Told Johnson , blacksmith shop. A
heavy wind was blowing from the northwest
which caused the heat to break all the g'.ats
out of the buildings on the opposite sldo
of the street. Nearly every residence in the
southeast part ot the city was en fire at dif
ferent 'times ' from sparks. All were saved
but the Covenanter church , which stood four
blocks from the flrc.
Iloiinc llnrn * nt "Waterloo.
WATERLOO , Neb. . April 28. ( Special. )
Dan Jordan's house In Hallday addition to
this town was burned to the ground this aft.
ernocn. It Is supposed to have caught flre
from some rubbUh the family had been
burning In the yard. Loss $300.
Iowe Arm * and Uniform * ,
CANTON. S. D. , April 28. ( Special Tele
gram. ) Tbo village of Worthing narrowly
escaped 'total extinction by fire.- Three
buildings were burned before the flames
were extinguished The arms and uniforms
of company D were destroyed.
TO CUHK COID IS O.VE DAY
Take Laxative Brome Quinine Tablets. All
druggists refund the money It It falls to cure.
2Sc. The genuine has L. B. Q. on each tablet.
rrcxsioxs ron WESTEJIX VKTEHANS
Survivor * of Late War Itcinemhered
by the 'Ocneriil Government-
WASHINGTON , April IS. ( Speclal.-Pcn- )
Blona have , been Issued a-s To'.lciws :
Issue of April 1G :
Nebraska : Original Alphcus W. Slrnp-
Gresham , JS ; Paul Fox. Waco , $0 ;
Kllznh G. Glbbs ( dead ) . Petersburg , $2 ; fpo
c'al April 16 , Albert H. Gule. Bassett. JS.
Additional Solomon Weaver , Davenport , IS
to $12. Supp'ementnl Oharle'4 ' T. Smith ,
Omaha , $2. Increase William Hanshciv.
Shiclb$6 to $8 ; Thomas Hold , Superior , W
to * S ; William C. Lambert , Ulue Springs , | (5 (
to $10. Original , widow , etc. Supplemental
Spoclal April 18. Bridget Ross , Cambridge ,
J2 ; supplemental , Mary A. Keith , Uethany ,
J2 ; reissue , Mary W. Glbb ? , Petersburg , $12.
Iowa : Original Horao ? W. Tllden , Des
Molnea , W ; Franklin Rurt , Kcokuk. $0 ; John
S. Lacy. Oray , J6. Additional George. M.
Tltu . Marlon , $2 to $0 ; Andrew Edwards ;
Pacific Junction , J/5 to IS. R' : vew7il nnd In-
crcaso John H. Watson , Hornick , $0 to $ S.
Increase Henry Drown , iFarmlngton. $8 to
S10 ; Lafayette Miles. Sioux Gty ! , $ r to $3 ;
Jcxhn Hill , Daver-port , $ S to $10 ; 'Mlcho/sl
8tn r. Iowa City , $8 to $12 ; Michael E. Jack
son , Den aiolnert , $12 to $14. Reissue nnd in-
creaflft Davis Sharp , -Fort iMadi'on , $0 to $8.
Original , -widows , etc. Ann Slls/by / , Clarence ,
$8 : aiatle QulpleyForK ! $12.
Montana : Original James Gibson. Cho-
teau , $6. Reissue Samuel Collett , Bozemon ,
Colorado : Original Horace II. Slekola ,
Denver , J8. Additional Abraham F. Hen-
drlcks , Denver. IS to $8.
South Dakota : Additional Jonathan G.
Cookscy , Edgc-mont , $ S to $12. Reissue Spe
cial April IS ( fpeclal net ) , John A. Won-
utlck. Aberdeen. $ * to $20.
Wyoming : Ortjrlnal Alexander J. Perry ,
Cheyenne. $ S.
North Dakota : Original John P , Dunn ,
Bismarck. $ &
Clan * SprecUeU Scrloaily III.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 28. Clans
Spreckels , fne multi-millionaire sugar king ,
Is reported to be critically III. He Is suffer
ing from diabetes and Is In a comatose con
Movement * of Ocean Ve * elt April 28.
At New York Sailed Rotterdam. for/Rot
terdam : Fuers.1 Bismarck , for Hamburg ;
Koenlgen Lulse , for Bremen ; Neustrla , for
Marseilles. Arrived Havel , from Bremen.
At Queenstown Sailed Belgenland. for
Philadelphia ; Britannic , for New York.
At Baltimore Arrived Dresden , from
At Liverpool-Sailed Corlnthla
, for Bos
At Rrow'nead Passed Steamer Campanln ,
from New York for Liverpool.
At Naples Arrlved-Aller , from New
York for Genoa.
At Bremen-Arrlved-Lahn , from New
York via Plymouth ,
DROP ONE .TO . m MILLERS
) maha Opsoi the NoftMtn Trip with a
SCMEIZ BOYS L MJE M3 , FISHER
Malinger Prove * nn lihVr Mark fnr the
Mlitnrnpoll * Onlnfn\Vhlle Phil2
llppl e < ftttb * Kimlly
MINNEAPOLIS ; Aprif J . ( Special Tele
gram. ) The Western v | fg'ue season was
opened here today under the most auspicious
clrcumstancfa. The weather wna favurable ,
there wa.s a grand parade and a fine cxhlbt-
tlon of ball playing. The parade consisted ot
the < Mlllcrs and the Omaha team In swell
traps , preceded by a band. Fully 2,000 people
witnessed Omaha go down bcforo the Ml Hero
In a ecoro of 10 to 2. '
The Millers put up a swift and Gingery
game cf ball at every point. Plillllppl , who
was In the box , had remarkable speed an.l
succeeded In holding his opponents down to
seven hits. The feature bf the game was a
long hit by PhllllppI , bringing In three men
and a home run by LctcJicr. Every man
fielded hla position well. The Omnha team
put up a fair exhibition cf the national game ,
with the ball and made several bad pla > s In
the field , .they . narrowly avoided a rhut out.
Fisher \\as on the slab for the visitors and
had speed 'to burn , but the Millers got on to
bis curves frpm the etart , making a total nt
seventeen hits off him. Hagerman played
right Held. Ho will pitch tomorrow'a game.
The Minneapolis fans are well pleased with
the showing made by the Millers. The score :
MIN.N'iAI'OMS. I OMAHA ,
Campnu , rf..l 100 1 Euitncp , 31 > . ,0 1020
Irftchcr , If. . ! 2 1 0 0 Orlllln , cr..O
Hellly , 3u..O 133 Ojllcnt. f 0 0231
Dlxon , c 1 1410 Iyon. . lb..O 0 8 2 0
I'arrott , cf..2 220 0 Hurnett , lf..O 2601
Smith , 21 > . . . .S 4 B 3 McCaiiley , c.O 0 4 1 0
Hlckcy , 1U..O 1801 Hel'K tli , 2bO 1 4 3 0
Hall , BS 1 H'Rerinan , rfO 0 0 0 0
rtillllppl , p.l 3 0 5 1 Fisher , p..2 2 2 4 0
Totnli . . . .10 16 27 16 4 Total 2 7 27 15 2
Minneapolis 1 1 10
Omaha 0 2
Knrnoil run * : Minneapolis 3 ; Omnha , 2. Two-
II.IKO tills : Cninimil , lllckcy , Dall , Orlllln ,
Plshor. Threc-luivc Idt : l lcher. Home run :
bctrher. First bate on balls : Off I'hllllppl , ! ;
off Flcher , 2. Htruck out : Hy I'hllllppl. 4 : by
KlFher , 3. Hit by pitched ball : Smith. Lett im
liapes : Xtlnnenpolls" , 7 : Omaha , 6. Passed bulls :
Dlxon , 1. Time : One hour and llfty minutes.
Other AVcNlrni I.rnmie Gninon.
INDIANAPOLIS , April 2S. Today's game
was played In a drizzling rain. Scott was
Invincible and the Indians won with little
effort. Attendance , 100. Score :
Indianapolis 31000020 1 7
Mllwaukee 010000001 2
Base hits : Indianapolis , 11 ; Milwaukee , C.
Errors : Indianapolis , 3 ; Milwaukee , 2. Bat
teries : Indianapolis , Scott and Kehoc ; Mil
waukee , Taylor nnd Spcur.
KANSAS CITY. Mo. , April 2S.-Bath the
Saints nnd the Blues were rattled today und
fne visitors won by bitting a little oftener
and being less unfortunate In their errors.
Score : * ' /
Kansas City 200220011 8
St. Paul Oil IL 4 1 S 3 013
Base hits : Kansas City , 15 ; St. Paul , 20 ,
Errors : Kansas CityC ; .St. Paul , 7. Bat
teries : Kansas City , Gcnri , and Hauscn ; St.
Paul , Cross , Denver and Spies.
COLUMBUS , O. , April 2S. A hard hlttlnsr
game was won by Columbus through su
perior fielding. Third * Baseman NordyV of
Detroit was 'nit on the head by a pitched
ball nnd serious results are feared. Colum
bus released Pltcher-Mlkfe McDermott to
day In order to get the ralary list down to
the limit. Score : , "
Columbus 3,4 220000 0-11
Detroit , . .0 4 Otl 0400 0 9
Base hits : Columbus , 10 ; Detroit , 1G. Er
rors : Columbus , -Detroit ; , 5. Batteries :
Columbus , DlnsmoreHouRhton ) , Strelt and
Sullivan ; Detroit , Wadsworth , Thomas and
Raffcrty. " .
STANDING .OfrnTHP TEAMS. ' '
Played. .Won. Lost. Per Ct'
Indianapolis ' . . . 7' ' C 1 So.7
St. Paul * . . . ( . . . .7 5 2 71.4
Kansas City 66.7
Minneapolis ' . 33.3
Omnha 7 2 5 28.6
Detroit , . < , . . ! . . . ) C 1 6 16.7
Milwaukee 7 1.6 14.3
Games today : Omaha at Minneapolis ;
Kansas City at St. Faul ; Columbus at Mil
waukee ; Indianapolis at Detroit.
tt.\.MES OF TIliE NATIONAL LE.VGUK.
Cincinnati Piny * anil AVIim a Pont-
Iionccl Game with Cleveland.
CINCINNATI , April 2S.-Tho Reds cap
tured a postponed game from the Indians
today. Cleveland played poorly In the Held
and could not hit Breltenstcln at opportune
times. Attendance , 1,900. Score :
CINCINNATI. I CLEVELAND.
Holllday , cf 1 1 2 0 0 Durkett. If. 0 0 3 0 0
Smith , If. . . . 0 1011 McKean , ES 0 0 3 3 0
Ilecklcy , 1U. 0 2 6 0 i ) Child * . Cb. . 02252
McPhee , 2b. 1 1 9 2 0 Wallace , -3b 1 104 1
Miller , rf. . . 1040 'Illlnkf , rf. . . 10000
Corcoran. BS 1 0 2 6 0 McAleer , cf 1 1 4 0 0
Invin , 31) . . . . 1021 0 Tebeou. lb. . 02900
1'eltz , c 0121 0 O'Connor , c. 0 0 3 2 1
lir't'n'fn , pO 1 0 2 0 Wilson , p. . . 0 2010
Totals . . . .5 72713 0 | Totals . . . .3 82415 4
Cincinnati 02001200 &
Cleveland 0 003 0.0 000 3
Earned run : Cleveland. J. Two-bate hits :
Mcl'hee. Peltz , Smith , Child ; , Wallace. Three-
base hit : Deckley. Stolen bate : Corcoran ,
Double play : Chllds to Tebeau. Klrst base on
balls : Ott Ilreltenstein , 4.off ; Wilton. 3. Hit
by pitched ball : Hy 'llrcltensteln. 1. Struck
out : Hy Ilreltensteln. 2 ; by Wilson , 2. Passed
balls : O'Connor , 1 ; Feltz. 1. Time : One hour
and forty-live minutes. Umpires : O'Day and
Gifme * Postponed.
WASHINGTON , April 28. The Washing
ton-New York game was postponed on ac
count of rain.
BALTIMORE , April 2S. The Baltlmore-
Drooklyn game was postponed on account
CHICAGO , April 28. The game was post
poned , as the weather was threatening.
PHILADELPHIA , April 28. The Philadel
phia-Boston game was postponed on ac
count of rain.
STANDING OP THE TEAMS.
Played. Won. Lost. Per Ct.
Cincinnati 9 7 2 77.8
Chicago 8 6 3 - * 62.5
Cleveland 10 6 4 GO.O
Plttsburg 10 6 4 CO.O
Brooklyn - 67.1
Philadelphia 8 4 4 CO.O
New York 37.5
Washington 7 2 5 2S.6
Louisville 11 3 8 27.3
St. Louis , . , . 12.5
Games today : New York at Baltimore ;
Philadelphia at Brooklyn ; . Louisville at Chicago
cage ; St. Louis at Cleveland ; Cincinnati at
Plttsburg ; Dos ton at Washington.
Opening : Gnme * Draw Gooil Crowd *
nnd Prove Interesting *
QUINCY , 111. , Aprlli'27. ' The Western as
sociation season openctcTl'today with a pa
rade nnd speeches. Fifteen hundred people
attended. Score : ' ' L
Qulncy 0 'I1 ' 'd. ' 1 0 2 2 0 5-11
Ottumwa 1'2 'I1 ' 0 1 0 0 0 2 7
Base hits : Qulncy , ifj'bltumwn. ' C. Errors :
Qulncy , 5 ; Ottumwu , 2. Batteries : Qulncy ,
Cooper and Lehman ; Ottumwa , Huckett and
Fox. I n < i
ST. JOSEPH , Mo. , April 2S.-Score :
Bt. Josep'n 1 > 0 ! L2 0 1 B 3 1 11
Burlington 1 O. , 000000 1
Jiaso hits ; St. Josepbfol7 : Burlington. 7.
Errors : St. Joseph , 2i ( Burlington , 5. Bat
teries : St. Joseph , Illsley and Buck ; Bur
llneton , Eyler and Williams.
vFKOHIA , III. , April 2S.-8core ;
Peorla 000310000 1
Cedar Rapids 00003309 0 6
Base hits : Peorla , 5 ; Cedar Rapids , 7. Er
rors ; Peorla , 3 ; Cedar Rapids , 3. Batteries ;
Peorla , Roach and Qulnn ; Cedar llapids ,
Lat'nrop and Schrengost.
Ohio Leairue Game * .
SPRINGFIELD. O. , April 2S.-8core :
Springfield U0000060 0-6
Fort Wayne 01000001 0-2
Base hits : Springfield , 8 ; Fort Wayne , 10.
Errors : Sprlnefleld , 1 ; Fort Wayne , 3. Bat
teries : Springfield , Crablll and Gratnus ;
Fort Wayne , Patterson and Campbell.
DAYTON. O. , April 28.-Bcorc :
Dayton 1 4 o'o 0010 0-6
Mansfield 10100002 0 4
Base hits : Dayton , llfMansfleld. 9. Errors ;
Dayton , 2 ; Mansfield , ft , Batteries : Dayton ,
Bate ! ) nnd drcenwald ; Mansfield , Ely and
YOUNG3TOWN. O. , April 2S.-6corc :
Youngstown . . . . . . . . . 00000000 0-0
Toledo . , 0 3030000 -
Have hits : Youngstown , C ; Toledo , 6. Er
rors : Youngatown , ; Toledo. 3. Batteries ;
Youngstown , Garvcy and Zlnram ; Toledo ,
Keenan and Arthur.
Snulliprn League ( Jnmrx.
OAVANNAH , Go. , April 2S.-Scorci Sa
vannah , 13 ; Mobile , 5.
CHARLESTON. 8. C. , April ! S.-Score !
Charleston , 5 ; New Orleans , 2.
AUGUSTA , Ga. , April 28. Score : Augusta ,
2 ; Birmingham , 2.
EVtCVTS ON Tlin IIU.V\IN < l TIIACKS.
Mectlnff nt MotitKomery Pnrk
Come * to nn Knil.
MEMPHIS , Tenn. , April 2S.Thlsvvn.i the
last ' day but two nt [ Montgomery park. The
. Memphis stake , for 2-year-olds , nt flve fur
longs , was won by the favcrite , Fnusturo ,
Schorr's t nlr Plmta Judge and Cflthedrnl
llnishlm ? second nnd thrd ! , respectively.
Three fuvorlttn finished In front. Ilesults :
First race , sc-Hlnp. half mlle : Th Ken-
tucklaiiwon , Hod Admiral second nnd Lcos-
trnttis third. Tame : 0 0',4.
tn Ssconil race , selling , tbree-riuartcrs of n
mlle : Nina Louise won , Wlnsaw ! second and
Qulnoor third. Tim ? : 1:17',4. :
Third race , the Memphis stake , 2-ycar-olds.
flvc-aighths of a inllo : Pausturo won , Plrnto
Jtidiro I'eacaul nnd CathedrnJ third. Tims :
Fourth rape , sol'lng , mile nnd a half : C. S.
Huh won ; Tia\ielcr second and Celtic Bard
thlnl. Time : 2:4UJ. :
Fifth r.ico , Felling , three-quarters of n
mlk1 : Al Lone nvon , Sedan second nnd High
Jln's third. Tlmo : llGVfc :
Sixth race , ml'e nnd a quarter , flve hur
dles : Alfonstmv won. Uncli ? Jim second nnd
Bob Neploy third. Tlmo : 2:22. :
CINCINNATI , April 28. Kentucky Colonc' ,
Ju6\io ! Baker and Pop Dlxon VH.TC the only
winning favorltra. Weather cloudy ; track
tfti. Attendance , 2.000. Results :
First race , Killing , live and onejhalf fur-
Icnirs : Dunnes * of York jxion. Miss C second
nnd Aro'lno third. Tlmo : 1:09. :
Second race , four nnil one-half furlonss :
Kentuclcy Colonel won , Eplrltuollo second
nnd Hhlnelnndcr third. Time : 0 : , " > .
Third race , ono mile : Komurasnkl won ,
Kinky Hob soccnd nnd Krlss Krlngle third.
Tlmo : i:4lJ. :
Fourth race , selling , sevfn furlong1 * ! Eva-
llnc sMon. Tlockwnll second nnd Lufra third.
Thmci l Sli.
Fifth race , selling , a mils nnd fifty yards :
Jtidjro Baker wen. ( Mips Frances 3coml and
Durley E third. Time : 1:4414. :
Sixth race , selling , n mlle nnd fifty yards :
Pop Dlxon won. Friar John second and
Loyalty third. Time1:4IV4. : .
SAN FHANCISCO , April 2S. Weather
clear ; track fast at Inglesldc today. Results :
First race , soven-slxtrenths ot n mlle :
Clold Kin won. Hrltt Mnrtta second and
Crosrimollna. third. Tlmo : 0:4S'/4. : '
Second race , six furlongs : Imp. Tripping
won , o'Connell second nnd Sardonic tnlrtl.
Tlmi * : l13 ; J.
Third race , gentlemen riders , one mile :
William O'H won , Metatro second and Tu-
lartt third. Time : l:4 : Vi.
Fourth race , BteT > lechn'l ? ' , short course :
Huntsman won , Our C'lmato second nnd
Reno third. Time : 4:11' : .
Fifth race , selllnc , seven furlongs : Ells-
more won , Don Luis second and Wntomba
third. Time : 1:29U. :
Sixth rape , selling , eleven-sixteenths of a
mlle : Nnranja 'won , Fortuna siecond nnd
Midas third. Tlmo : 1OSJ. :
NEi\V YORK , April 2S. It was stormy nt
Aqueduct today ami the attendance was
small. The track was a sea of mud and the
card i\oa badly cut by scratches. The only
feature -was the Arvone stakes , which Con
Dwyitr's Sly Fox won In n drive. Ilesults :
First race- , selling ; four ami one-half fur
longs : Effervescent won. Extreme second
nnd Ninety Cants third. Time : 1:18. :
Second race , owners' handicap , nix fnr-
lnni ? . = i : The Manxman won , Bannock recond
nnd Tremargo third. Time : Ills- ) ; .
Third race , four and onhnlf furlongs :
Prestldlslotntrlcc won , Dr. Fitzshnmoni' second
end and Chanler thJrd. Tlmo : On"i7 4.
Fourth race , the Arvono stakes , about
fievii furlongs : Sly Fox won. Tabouret second
end nnd Warrenton > thr ! < l. Time : l : . " 2-5.
Fifth race , polling a mile nnd forty yards :
r > ojiett ( Aion , Fosta secoml mid Don Dinald
third. Time : l 21- .
Sixth rjce , selling , six furlongs : Come
Quick won , Duchess Annrtte ; ascend nnd
Frlscal third. Time : 1:212-3. :
0.\K M011K I'HI/.i : FIGHT V1CTI.1I.
"Hull" McCiirly OlcM from HIM Knock-
nnt Itlovr frnm ( irirfo ,
SACRAMENTO. Cal. , April 28. "BtH" ) Mc-
Cnrty of Philadelphia , who was defeated by
Grlffo In a tiwsnty-rc.und . boxing- contest last
night , died -this < ivisn4nff. He did not regain
consciousness after ho was knocked out In
the twentieth round.
Thosa who t'a\i \ the fight cannot under
stand how iMcCarty was fatally Injured.
Th'-.ro ' . nns not a knockdown during the fight
until the last round , iwben McCarty , who was
fagged out from his exertions In forcing the
light , went dicrwn on his hands and knees
from one of Griffos light blown In the car.
Hie wan soon up , but weak , Mhen , Grlffo gave
him another blow , which put him out. Griffo
< wau himself tired and his blows seccned to
MoCnrty was a narrow-chested , delicate-
looking young man , nnd thougti he appeared
fresh after thi ? nineteenth round , ft must
have be n that he had a weak constitution.
Grlfto left for Snn Francisco early this
mernlng , but ho and his trainers will prob-
ably be arrested ,
Urniv After KlRlit Pretty RnnnilN.
DETROIT , April 28. "Kid" McPartland
and Joe Walcott fought eight rounds In the
Auditorium t'nla evening. The result was
a draw. It wan eight rounds of the prettiest
fightlne the Detroltors have witnessed In
many n day. McPartlnnd was seconded by
Steve Brodle. the brlilsc Jumper. Tom
O'Rourke looked after the Interests of his
dusky protege. Parson Davles was time
keeper. This being the first time the men
ever met. muc'n Interest attached to their
In the first two rounds Wnlcott kept Mc-
Partlund In his corner by a scries of rushes.
The second round saw some hot fighting ,
with honors about even. Walcott at the
close of the third landed a left uppercut on
McPartlnnd's Jaw nnd staggered 'nlm. The
next two rounds were about even , but In
the seventh McPartland sent Walcott's head
back with a left on the Jaw.
At the end of the eighth Referee Burns
announced a draw to the great satisfaction
of the audience.
Fnlr nnd Speed Annoclntlon.
Tno executive committee of the Omaha
Fair and Speed association held Its regular
weekly meeting last night and transacted
a considerable amount of routine business
In connection with the light harness meet
to be held here during the early part of
July. The question of holding a running
meet later In t'ne slimmer also came up ,
b it some of the members of the committee
were nfrald that the attendance would be
affected by the war scare. As a consequence
quence the matter was left undecided , but
will bc > taken up again next week.
The bond commltteo reported that the as-
eoclatlon Is now clear ot debt outside the
obligations assumed In the Issuance of the
(30,000 bonds. The entire amount Yias been
floated and the first Instalment of Interest
has been paid.
Srnxon nt Fort Oinnlin.
The. ball snson at Fort Omaha will open
Sunday afternoon , with a frame bet-ween
Metz Brol'ners' and Hayden Brothers'
teams. Game called at 3 o'clock.
"Iteniemlier the JInlne. "
The Maine Is gone , but there are other
war ships In the navy. Get The Bee's eplcrv.
did portfolios ot .the navy for 10 cents &
Capture an Aliened UtKnmlit.
CHICAGO , April 28. W. A. Coutant. an
alleged bigamist of Newburg , N. Y. , was ar
rested at the Grqat Northern hotel today
( by Detectlvo W. H. Moore , who has been
searching- for him since September , 1C97.
Coutant has been Indicted on a c'narge of
bigamy preferred by Minnie Enid Vaughn ,
whom ho married In Poughkecpslc , N. Y. ,
December 12 , ISM , nnd Dora H. Mullen ,
whom he married In ( Mlddletown , N. Y. .
March 28 , 1S97. Both women belong to good
families. The prisoner 'nas been passing
under the name of W. A. McCreary , as a
western miner , and from letters found on
his person he was trying to raise money to
operate mining- property In Colorado. Ho
had a check for $1,275 on the Chemical Na
tional bank of New York and one for the
same amount on the Illinois Trust and Sav
ings bank , t'ne latter bearing the signature
of James S. Glbbs. .cashier. Both checks
are said to be worthless. It U said many
business men In Newburg- were victimized
by Coutant through checks.
What does Cuba look like ? Qet The Dee' *
portfclles of Cuban views. Only 10 centn
a copy. Photographs the game ilze would
Wheat Short In the \ortbweat.
MINNEAPOLIS , April CS.-The Journal to
day says ;
"Not for years has the nort'nwest been as
short of wheat an now. Country Blocks
have reached a low point , there being prob
ably less than 2,000,000 bushels held at fnla
time by country Louses , only a imall p
tlon of which Is rontrnct wheat. This ex
plains why the Minneapolis w'neat markrt
has Advanced over So cents In one week. The
wheat to nil contracts Is not In slcht. Out
of the small country supply mu.it go thn
whent for country milting , with no now
xv'neat to como for grinding until September.
A supply for about eighteen weeks must be
found. Minneapolis mills arc grinding over
n million n week nnd Duluth mills are mill
ing to the consumption. Mlnnrapals and
Duluth togcfiier only have 13OCOtt > bushels
of nil grades In public houses , as against
over rtt.OW.OOO bushels last year. "
HKcmvr. .NOKVS ntmi MAMIA.
nf the lnlntidN Arc Snld to
lie KlrplttK for ynfel ) .
LONDON , April 29. The Hong Kong correspondent -
respondent ot the Dilly Mall , telegraphing
Thursday , fays :
"There Is no news from Manilla , or as to
the whereabouts of the American fleet. The
British gunboat Linnet nailed this afternoon
to watch ItrltWi Intercuts In ttio Islands ,
and the Enncrclda raited for the Philip
pines , both without cargo or pasaengcrfl ,
presumably to bring away more paescngcrs.
Large eu ins arc .being paid by people auxloua
to leave Manila.
"The etrlctly neutral attitude hitherto ob
served by the nubile toward the. Hlspano-
American dispute. has been changed by thi
bntirj proclamation of tile governor of the
'hlllpptncs , and public opinion Is now favorable -
vorablo to the United States.
"Ttio China Mall says the proclamation
will 'go far to ollennte the last vestiges of
sympathy for Spaniards , ' anf thft Dally
eaje. 'English sympathy Is naturally
on the side of America. ' "
Snnnlnril Killed by n Ocrmnti.
STEUHENVILLE , O. . April 28. Julius
Daldanh , a Spaniard , died late last night
at Long Run , a mining town near here.
rom the effects of being shot through the
lings , Sunday , by Lou 1 3 Etilpp , a German.
The men had quarrelled over the war and
Shlpp took the filJo of the United Statos.
Saldash threatened to kill Shlpp and when
they came to blo\uj Ilatdash started to get
a weapon when Shlpp shot him. Shlpp was
Maps of Cuba at The lice- office Omaha
Council niuffs or South Omaha. Cut a
coupon from papo 2.
Xew Yiirk HxeecdN UN llebt IJniU.
NEW YOIIK. April . -Comptroller Co'.cr
: odny Issued n statement of the city's
Innnces , showing that the city has exceeded
la debt limit by over $12.VKX > ,000. Mr. Coler
ncludcs , however , $27,7GoM3 for lamlB ac
quired nnd not paid for nnd $15,112.115 for
contract liabilities , which may not have to
met for some time.
BELLEVILLE , Kan. , April 28. The rcpub-
Ican congressional convention for the Fifth
Kansas district mot here today nnd unnn-
niously nominated W. A. C.ilderhcad of
Maryvllle. Heso'utlona were adopted en-
lorsltiR the record of President McKlnley's
idnilnlxtratlon and the course tnVccn In the
MrVliltii. . - > 'N Condition Crlllenl.
NE-W YORK , April 29. The condition of
Mrs. William C. Wnltney at 2 o'clock this
morning Is said to bo critical.
FOHKO.IST KOIt TODAY'S WttATIUjll.
Prolmlillltle * of Fair Wentlicr , vtllli
Viirlnhle Wind * .
WASHINGTON , April 2S.-Forccast for
For Nebraska , Iowa , Missouri and Kansas
Fair weather ; variable winds.
For South Dakota Fair weather ; westerly
For Wyoming Partly cloudy weather ;
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU ,
OMAHA , April 28. Omaha record of tem
perature and rainfall compared with UK-
corresponding day of the last three yearn :
1S9S. 1S97. ISM. ISM.
Maximum temperature. . .70 G2 72 M
Minimum temperature . . . . 47 43 61 58
Average temperature 68 62 CO 71
Rainfall OD .82 .53 .03
Record of temperature and precipitation al
Omaha for this day and since March 1. 1S97 :
Normal for the d y . , K >
Excess for the day . . . , . . , , . . . . , . . . . 3
Accumulated excess slnce'Blarch 1 127 I
Normal rainfall for the day 0.12 Inch ;
Deficiency for the day ' . 0.12 Inch .
Total rainfall since March 1 3.51 inches
Deficiency since March 1 O.SSInchrv ?
Kxocl'n 'for ' cor. period. 1897 2.25 InchTra
Excess for cor.period , 1S9G 0,78 Inches ,
Report * from Station * nt H p. in. |
Seventy-fifth Meridian time.
K > 1) )
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ClilcaRO , clear
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Kt. 1'aul. clear
Davenport , cloudy . , . . , . . . C6
Helena , clear ,
Kansas City , clear
Havre , cloudy
lllamarck , clear
Qalyeaton , clrar 76 | .CO
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by new method without pain or cuttlnr.
Gallon or addrcu with atamp. TrMtmwt
WE. mm s mil
Two Weeks' '
THEY Altt-J OLD
In tht treatmtiit of all
Cbronic , Nervous and Private Diseases ,
ad all WEAKNESSES. UCU
and DISORDERS OP RICH
Catarrh , all DUeaui ot th NOM. T.ott , Chwt
Btomach. Uver , Blood , Bkln and Kldntr O
aiM , Latl Manhood. Hydractlt. Vtrlcoeala.
Qonorrnca , Qleet * , Byphllli. Stricture , Pllaa , Fit-
tula and Rectal Ulcers DlabttM Dilfht'f Dla >
MM ourtd. Call on or addren with atamp fet
r nook and Ntw Methoda.
Treatment by Mnll , ConaaltBtlon fre * <
Onaba Medical and Surreal Instltato
i V Wit North nth St. i
FOR JH S30.
No Detention From Business.
We refer to HUNDREDS OP PATIENTS CUHBU
In Seven to Ten Days Wlth'out Pain.
ONE TRBATMKNT DOES TUB WORK.
THE EMPIRE RUPTURE CURB
AND MEDICAL INSTITUTE ,
( SnoeoMon to THE O. E. MIIXEB CO. )
932-933 New York Life Building , Omaha.
Call or wrlto for clrrutara
BUY THE GENUINE"
SYRUP OF FIGS
. . . MANUFACTURED BT. . .
CALIFORNIA FIQ SYRUP CO.
It's the constant study of our buyer to gather the bright
est and best woolens from the standard looms of the world
and so mark them that no gentleman may fall into the error
of wearing poorly designed or ill-fitting garments.
It costs so little to command a thoroughly first class tail
ored suit as we sell them that we wonder who can pur
chase the shoddy production so common.
We like to show our $20.00 Suitings for we frankly
believe they represent $25.00 values. Ask to see them.
You can examine something like THUEK IIUNDUED designs
at this price.
All garments made in Omaha by Omaha tailors.
Trousers $4 , $5 , $6 , $7 ,
Suits $15 , $20 , $25 , $30 , $35.
Spring Overcoats $15 to $40
209 and 211 S. 15th St - - - Karbach Block