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THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TitTJR&DAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1900.
ALL HAIL PRESIDES!
(Continued from First Page.)
nnd darkness ami gavo a welcome to the
president during tlio momentary sttfp.
Many of tho crowd clambered up the rear
platform after tho train started and hung
an until their turn carao for a handshake.
Wnrm MrcetliiK nt I'lttalinrtt.
It was pretty dark when tho train
reached Allegheny, but a big crowd was
in waiting and a delegation, headed by
Mayor Dlchl of Pittsburg and Mayor Wy
man. of Allegheny clninbcrcd aboard. They
were received by tho president nnd warm
endings wore .exchanged. The president
ajked as to the results In Pennsylvania and
wvinced great Interest when told that the
majority would reach 300,000. "Ho nskod
also as to Pennsylvania's congressional
delegation and received llkd satisfactory
assurances. Thcro wero no formal
Bpeeih'.'S. Mesnwhllo the crowds outside
wero hurruhlng and tho president bowed
his acknowledgments. Owing to extenslvo
depot changes It was thought to bo risky
-to stop tho train In thn midst of a great
crowd thero, so tho presidential car was
detached nnd run to a suburb of Shndy
sldo, thus avoiding danger, but disappoint
ing thoso who had gathered to give hearty
LITTLK UOCK, Ark., Nov. 7. Bryan car
fled seventy-tbroo of tho seventy-five
counties In Arkansas by avcrago pluralities
of 800 and gets tho state by about 5,000.
Dock county returns may slightly lncrcaso
I,ITTLH UOCK, Ark., Nov. 7. Complete
returns aro coming In slowly, but enough
Is known to Indicate a plurality of 00,000
for Uryan In Arkansas. Neither democrats
nor republicans polled thulr full strength,
la each of tho six congressional districts
the democratic nominees for congress ap
pear to havo run Hllghtly ahead of llryan
and their majorities range from 8,000 to
8 AN FHANCIECO, Col., Nov. 7. Tho ma
jority for McKlnloy In California continues
to grow and tho Indications are that It w II
reach W,000. Cotnpleto returns from 1,571
precincts out of 2,190 outsldo of San Fran
cisco glvo McKluley, 107,902; Hrynn, fll.248.
Tho sumo precincts In 18DC, gave McKln
loy, 90,367; llryan, 91,801. Owing to tho
Jalluro of a few election officers to mako
a Mml-otllclal report tho complcto figures
In Snn Francisco cannot bo ascertained at
present, but It Is safo to sny ttyU tho re
publican presidential electors havo car
ried tho city by 8.000 or 10,000. The re
publicans havo elected nil seven congress
man. Tho legislature Is republican by a
majority of twonty-sx. Tho state senate
contain! thirty-throe republicans nnd seven
dor.iocrats. Tho assembly standn; rtopub
Ilcnns fifty-eight; democrats twenty-two
MiK-nlr Up for Crntpuuit.
SAN FRANCISCO', Cal., Nov. 7. Alox
nndor McKenzlo. tho receiver of many Cape
Noruo mining properties In litigation bo
fore Judge Arthur Noycs, was In tho clr
utrtt court of appeals today on n charge
nt contempt of court on an application to
admit him to ball. He was admitted to
ball In nil but ono case, which has been
appealed to tho Ignited States supremo
DENVEIt, Colo., Nov. 7. Iloturns from
yesterday's election aro slow coming In,
' liave boon received to show that Bryan's
-plurality will bo from 30,000 to 83.000 nnd
may reach 40,000. The republican managers
conccdo tho leglslatura to the fuslontsts
by a majority of CO on Joint ballot. Or
mnn, democrat, nnd the whMo fusion ticket
will havo about 23,000 p'ura'lty. In Arapi
hoo county Bryan's plurality will bo 6.C00.
. though this will considerably exceed tho
plurality given to tho stnto nnd county
-tickets. Tho defent or Snnor Wolcott
-for the scnato Is generally conceded, but
with several aspirants In tho fusion par
lies It Is Impossible- to predict with any
accuracy who bis successor will be.
IIAnTFORD, Conn., Nov. 7. Tho total
Tovtsed returns gives tho state to Mc
Klnley by a plurnllty'of 28.141. Tho repub
lican stato ticket, headed by G. I'. Mc
lean for governor, Is elected by a plurality
of 14,340. All four ropubllcan congressmen
The rtato s'nate will contain twenty-two
republicans and two democrats, as against
twonty-ono republicans nnd threo demo-
, crats two years ago. The house la repub
lican by 202 to C2, a ropubllcan gain
over tho last house of twenty-one.
ATLANTA, Ga., Nov. 7. Returns from
every district In this state show that two
cpuntlen aro republican, Coffee and Liberty,
The stato gives llryan a plurality of 40,000
DOI8B, Idaho, Nov. 7. The latest returns
Indicate that Nez Prrcez county Is very close
and that the fuslontsts havo part or all of
We look In amazement at the burdens
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Vet how Ufjht they are compared with
the burdens some women carry upon
their hearU. There are childless women
whose hearts ache ceaselessly because of
the childless home. That burden of
childlessness haj been lifted from the
heart of many a woman by the use of
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. Many
of the obstacles to maternity are remov
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and four vials of Dr. rlerce's Pleasant
reliefs. Before I hal taken four bottles of tbe
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tude, so will close by saying If any otic disputes
the value of Pr. l'leree's meillcine I will be
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will enclose stamped envelope for reply."
Dr. Tierce's Pleasant relicts are a
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them for centlcness and thoroughness.
the legislative delegation. That county was
very strongly republican In 1893 and was
relied on this year. Latah county, also
strong!) republican heretofore, Is very closo
and tho, republicans do not know whether
they will have lour of the legislative dele
gation or tho entire six. It seems alto
gether probahlo tho legislature will be fu
CHICAGO, Nov. 7. Returns received
from tho strttc-at-large tonight do not
materially chnngo tho political com
plexion of tho next state legislature. Tho
probability Is that tho republicans will
havo a majority of nbout twenty-two on
Joint ballot, which means a republican
successor to Senator Cutluru. It Is lm
posslblo at this time .to give figures with
st ong assurances of nccuiacy, but the next
Illinois legislature will bo In nil probability
about as tallows: Senato republicans 34;
democrats 17. House rcpuMl:nns 79; demo
cratfl 74. Tho present houso Is republican
by ten and tho holdover sonators glvo a
republican majority of night In the senate
and the democrats flguro that with but
slight gains they will' bo abtc to bavo a
majority of ono on Joint ballot and thus
replnco Senator Cullom with a democrat.
In the event of their obtaining control of
tho legislature, It Is certain Samuel Alschu
Icr, tho deflated democratic' candidate for
governor, will bo sent to tho senate.
Tho republicans, however, claim there Is
not tho slightest doubt of their having con
trol of tho legislature and glvo plauslblo
figures In support of their assertions. Somo
of them claim clghty-flvo members of
tho houso, but this Is considered exces
sive by tho conservative members of their
INDIANAPOLIS, Nov. 7. A plurality of
anywhero from 28,000 to 32,000 for tho ro
rubllcan national ticket, the election of
Colonel V. T. 'Orutiln, republican, to the
governorship, tho election of tho ontlro
stnto nnd Marlon county republican tickets
and nine, perhaps ten, congressmen, Is a
summary In brief of yestorday'a battla at
the polls In Indiana. An unexpected de
velopment Is tho fact that tho republicans
made their strongest gains In democratic
strongholds. In seven heretoforo strongly
dtmocratlo counties ' McKlnley nnd the
stnto tlckot showed a greater ratio of gain
than was shown by tho figures from bov
oral strong republican counties. With tho
exception of the Fourth district, which up
to this time Is In doubt, Indiana's contin
gent In congress will bo as follows:
First district, James A. Homlnway, re
publican; Second, Robert W. Mlera, demo
crat; Third, V, T. Zenor, democrat; Fourth,
in doubt; Fifth, Ellas S. Holloway, re
publican; Sixth, James E. Watson, repub
lican; Seventh, Jcsso Overstrcet, repub
lican; nighth, O. W. Cromer, republican;
Ninth, C. II. Lnndls, republican; Tenth,
Edgar Crumpacker, republican; Eleventh,
George W. Steele, .republican; Twelfth,
James Robinson, democrat; Thirteenth, A.
L. Brick, ropubllcan.
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov, 8.-At 1:30 a. m.
with rotttnJB from tho all, but sixty-two
out of 1,884 precincts in Kentucky, tho
Courier' Journal puts Bryan's majority at
7,784, and Beckham's at 4,068. Tho missing
precincts aro about ovonly divided between
democrats and republicans. Governor beck
ham at democratic headquarters, said "to
"I am absolutely certain that I have
been elected governor by a majority of
between G.000 and 10.000 votes." Leslie
?-V.V coalman of tb.o,rMup!lcaa,,ua
campaign-committee, said f '
"Wo still believe that Mr. Ycrknn ha
teen elected by a majority of 3,000 votes.
uur ngures show that McKlnley has run
900 votes behind Yerkes. At least 3.000 ro
publlcan ballots havo not rot been coun'oJ
In certain counties, nnd these will lncrcaso
tho ropubllcan voto. We also claim tho
election of four republican congressmen,
uamciy, uorcing in tho Eleventh, Irwin
the Fifthe, MeKensIo Moss In tho Third
and Hopkins In tho Tenth. We arn alan
of tho opinion that Samuel J. Pugh has
noen eiectou over Kchoo in tho Ninth dis
NEW ORLEANS, Nov. 7. Additional
election returns confirm the Associated
Press reports of last night. About 22,500
votes wero enst In New Orleans out of a
registration of 41,403, Bryan's majority
being 13,400. The entire six congressional
districts In tho stnto aro strongly demo
cratic, tho Lily Whlto republicans having
been swamped In tho threo districts in
Which they had candidates. Uryan'a ma
jority In tbe Btnte, based on scattering re
turns from ,tho country and the result in
tho city, will, be in excess of 30,000,
PORTLAND, Me., Nov. 7. Returns from
tho outlying districts of Maine camo In
very slowly today, and tonight. Thore ro
main 103 cities, towns and villages to bo
heard from. Figures from 314 cities, towns
ana plnutationa (not villages) glvo Mc
Klnley G8,C12; Bryan, 33,728. In 189C tho
same towns gave McKlnley 70,729; Bryan,
BALTIMORE, Md., Nov. 7. With Beat
terlng precincts In various counties of tho
stato to hear from, Maryland's plurality
for McKlnley and Roosovclt In yesterday's
election was.14.110. with a probability that
tho oftlclal count will swell tho total to
15,000 or moro. Besides placing Maryland's
eight electoral votes In tho McKlnley col-
umn, a solid republican delegation to tho
Fifty-Bovenlh congross was elected with
handsomo majorities. Tbe members-elect
with their probable majorities follow:
First district, William II. Jackson. 1,427;
Second district, A. A. Blakeney, 754; Third
district, Frank O. Wachter (ro-olected),
2,330; Fourth district, Charles R. Schlrm,
1,713; Fifth district, Sldnoy E. Mudd (re
elected), 4,145; Sixth district, George A.
I'carre (re-elected), 3,541; Joslah L. Kerr,
republican, nominated to fill tho vacancy
In tho Fifty-sixth congress caused by tho
rcsjgnatlon of Governor Smith, was also
elected by a roduccd majority.
BOSTON, Nov. 7. The voto of Massachu
setts, returns having been received from
every city and town, Is as follows:
McKlnloy, 239,495; Bryan, 156,607.
Voto tor governor: Crane, 219,920; Payne,
Tho republicans elected ten out of thir
teen congressmen nnd tho present delega
tion rumnlns politically unchanged. Tho
republicans raado heavy gains In the stato
legislature, getting one more senator and
a net gain In the lower house of twenty
five. Tho senato of 1901 will stand thlrty-ono
republicans and eight democrats, while the
houso will bo 178 republicans, ntty-nlno
democrats and two social democrats.
DETROIT, Nov. 7. Returns from tha
atate up to 12 o'clock tonight give Presi
dent McKlnley a plurality of 90,858 and
A. T. Bliss, republican candidate (or gov
ernor, 69,059. Colonel' Bliss is running
about 20,000 behind bis ticket and Mayor
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In 1896 McKlnlcy's plurality In Michigan
was EC, 170. Governor Plngro run 20,000
ahead of the republican ticket that year,
getting a plurality of 75,107.
Tho state legislature will bo overwhelm
ingly republican, tho returns showing a
solid republican senate and but eleven
democrats In tho hoiiso. Thero was Uttlo,
If any, opposition to tho constitutional
amendments for tho taxing of railroad and
other corporations on tho cash value of
their property Instead of their earnings
as at present and It was tho largest vote
oyer cast for such a measure.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 7. Kansas City,
Mo., complete. McKlnloy, 18,966; Bryan,
17.328, a republican gain over 189G of 92
votos. Governor: Flory (rep.), 19,009;
Dockory (dcm.), 17,750.
KANSAS CITV, Mo., Nov. 7. McKlnley's
plurality Is 1.C38 and Flory, tho nominee
for govirnor, recoived a plurality of 1,541.
McKlnlcy's plurality In 189G was 1,508. "
The greatest surprlso of tho local cam
paign was tho phenomenal success of the
republican county ticket. For the first
tlmo In over twenty-years Jackson county
baB elected all of the republican nominees
with the exception of ono county Judge,
whose district Is outsldo of tho city. Tho
largo republican gains wero In the city,
whero tho pluralities of the county candi
dates range from 2,700 to 4,7p0. Repub
lican gains in tho city were expected, be
cause of disaffection In the democratlo
ranks, but it was supposed that tho demo
cratic vote outside of tho city would re
turn the usual largo pluralities. Thore
was also a largo falling oft of the demo
crntlc voto In tho rural districts, none of
tho pluralities exceeding 2,000. Flvo of In?
six republican nominees for tho leglsla
turo havo been elected.
HELENA, Mont., Nov. 7. Fuller returns
of yesterday's voting In this stato con
firm the preliminary estimates scut out
last night. Bryan's plurality will bo. from
15.000 to 18.000 nnd Governor Toolo leads
the dem,ocrntlc Btato tlckot with from 6,000
to 8,000 votes to spare. The legislature,
which will elect two United Sta'cs senators,
fls democrat lo from fifteen to twenty votes
on Joint ballot nnd will undoubtedly re
elect Senator William A. Clark and somo
other domocrnt or populist to succeed
Thomas C. Carter and fill tho vncancy
caused by the resignation of Senator Clark
For tho first tlmo In Its history Butto
has repudiated Daly, every nominee on tho
Clark ticket having a majority over nil,
' whllo In Holona tho republicans wero only
j ablo to elect ono district Judge. Eastern
Montana, or tho agricultural section, as
1 usual returned small ropubllcan majorities
Caldwell Edwards, populist, who ran for
congressman on tho fusion tlckot, Is un
NEW YORK. Nov. 7. Tho official returns
as received nre not materially changing
tho results and McKlnley's plurality nt
midnight remains approxlmato1y145,000 In
tbe state. John If. Stanchllold, tbe demo
cratic ncmlnce for governor, ran ahead of
bis party's presidential electors, but Odcll'n
plurality still remains about 100,000.
It seonis probable that tho congrcsstpni!
delegation from New York state will re
math as Indicated In tho earlier reports,
Long Island, Brooklyn Included, divides Its
congressional evenly, throe republicans
and threo democrats, a republican gain of
three. On Manhattan Island tho repub
licans elected only ono momber of con
gress, William II. II. Douglass having dc
frated J. S. Hill, Captain William Astor
Chanter, who defeated Lemuel E. Qutgg two
years ago, having declined a remnomlna-
tlon In this rlst rlct bls year. Two dem
ocrats aro elected up the state, W. II
Ryan having been returned from ono of
the Buffalo districts and C. A. Pugsley of
Westchester county succeeding John W,
Underbill, who Is also a democrat. Tht
Westchester district Is part city and part
country, since It Includes within Its bound
arles a portion of tho borough of tho Bronx
of Greater New York. This makes tbe
congressional delegation stand twenty-one
republicans and twelve democrats, a re
publican ga in ot five. '
Both bouses ot the state legislature ore
republican by a large plurality, but
number ot the diet rlcts are close nud it
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NEW YORK, Nov. 7. Richard Crokcr.
desptto tho fact that tho newspapers ot
tho city aro discussing the possibilities of
nn anti-Tammany organization, Is prepar
ing to lcavo for England Iu the near future.
Governor Roosevelt Is still resting nt Oys
ter Bay and State Chairman and Governor
elect Odcll ylbrates between his homo at
Newberg and the now practically deserted
republican headquarters In this city.
RENO. Ner.. No '7fJeVen'y-iutepr-
Clccts out of 163 taylvada give: ,'Bryon,:
lands (dem.)i 4,780 $rJDgton (rep.), 3,033j;
At tnis rato uryan .win navo a majority i
,500 and Nowlands about 1,800,
NEW HAMPSHIRE .
MANCHESTER, N. H., Nov. 7. The ro
publlcan majority In the stato on both the
state and national tickets will bo 18,000.
Every county was carried by the, repub
licans. Tho legislature Is ropubllcan by a
slightly larger majority than two years
TRENTON, N. J., Nov. 7. With six
counties Incomplete, the latest rcturnu
from New Jersey show that McKluloy's
plurality is 52,920. Tho republican plurality
In 1890 was 87,692.
TRENTOU, N. J. Nov. 7. Latest returns
f om the different counties In tho state
Indicate thi.t McKlnloy'B plurality Is 55,000.
Tho official county canvass will bo made
on Friday. Corrected returns from S113
tox show tlio election of Roc, republican, to
tbo assembly, and tbo re-election of Mnr
tin, domocrat, to tho senato, tho latter
by 90, plurality. Tbo next legislature will
stands as follows: Republicans 17; demo
crats 14; nssombly, republicans 45; demo
COLUMBUS, O., Nov. 7. Chairman Lang
of tho democratic Btato committee bad no
statement to give out tonight. Repub
lican Chairman Dick Bald:
"Unofficial returns from eighty- four out
of the eighty-eight counties warrant the
claim of 70,000 for McKlnley nnd we elect
seventeen ot the twonty-ono memborB of
congress, a gain ot two members." The
estimates on tho four missing counties
makes the plurality about 73,000, or a not
gain of about 22,000 over tho'voto of 1836.
Tho republicans gained In seventy-seven
counties and tho democrats In eleven, moit
of tho democratic gains bolng In Cleveland,
Cincinnati and Toledo, where It Is rcportoJ
that must of tho voto that Mayor Jones
received last year for governor went for
Bryan. The largest previous plurality for
president In Ohio, was 60,000 lor Lincoln,
but on a smaller vote than that cast this
yoar. The total voto yesterday was about
1,100,000, ho largest ovor cost In the state
and the voto for minor parties was smaller
than usual. Tho republicans carried' all
of the close or doubtful congressional dis
tricts, electing Jacob A. Reldter, In tho
Twentieth by less than C00,.Robort M. Nevln
In tho Thirl by 211 and Emmet Tompkins
In tbo Twelfth by a plurality of sixteen.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 7. Later returns
Indicate that Pennsylvania gave over 300,-
OOfti plurality tor tbe republican tlckot, ex
ceeding oven tbo record-breaking plurality
at 295,027 In 1896. Ot this plurality Phila
delphia furnishes over 125,000 and Alle
gheny county, Including Pittsburg, nearly
50,000. Bryan carried fifteen of tbo sixty
seven counties In tho stato.
Roturns aro not yet complete, but (ho
Indications are that the next Pennsylvania
delegation In congress will stand: Re
publicans, 26; democrats, 4; rb against 20
republicans and 10 democrats In tho present
Tbe result of former Senator Quay's effort
to secure control of a sufficient number ot
rrembers of the Incoming legislature to In
sure bis return to tbe United States senate
is yet In doubt. There la no disputing the
fact that tho attempt of bis opponents to
defeat him In certain counties by fusldg
with the democrats was practically a fail
ure ' "
PROVINDENCE, It. I., Nov. 7. Corrected
unofficial returns from Rhode Island give
to) w. tgn k Jvv f ' L, v 1 1,
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McKlnloy 33,821; nrynn, 19,947; Maloney,
1,383; Woolloy, 1,626, a plurality for Mc
Klnley of 13,874 In n total voto of 66,677.
Ills plurality four years ago was 22,978 In
a total voto of 54,780. Ho carried every
city and town In the state, as ho "did In
1896. Tho voto this year Is tbo largest over
cast In tho state,. In Providenco McKlnley
received 5,116 plurality, while tho city went
democratic for mayor by 1,771 plurality.
Bryan gained 5,488 in tho state, whllo Mc
Klnley lost 3,616 in tho total vote.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D., Nov. 7. Bight hun
dred and forty-ono precincts ot 1,150 In
S-Juth. Dakota give McKlnley a 1 plurality
SALT LAKE CITY'l Utah, Nov. l7. At 10
o'clock tonight returns aro In from about
three-quarters of the precincts In tho state.
McKlnlcy's majority Is 4.500,-Wclls, repub
lican for governor, has a majority of 2,000
and Sutherland republican for congress,
leads Klnc by 1,000 majority. The senate
will stand 9 republicans to 9 democrats. The
republicans elected 28 representatives and
tho democrats 17, making a republican ma
jority of 11 on Joint bnllot.
SEATTLE. Wash., Nov. 7. Three hundred
nnd twonty-clght preclude In tbo stnto of
Washington out of 1,037 glvo McKlnley 21,
043; Uryan, 15,736. For governor, Frlnk
(rep.), 17,189; Rogers (dcm.), 16.972. Con
gressmen, Jones (rep.), 16,163; Cuchman
(rep.), 16.070; Ronnld' (dcm.), 11,747; Rob
ertson (dem.), 11,316.
Tho democrats conccdo tho election ot
ropubllcan presidential electors and Con
gressman Jcncn. They claim they havo re
elected Governor Rogers and elected Ron
ald for congress. Definite- figures on state
roturns aro not obtainable-.
CHEYENNE, Wyo., Nov. 7. neturns
from 174 precincts out of 300 in Wyoming
I glvo a majority of 3.000 for McKlnley and
4,500 for Monaeu, republican, tor congress.
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the exception ot ono Is elected.
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 7. Everything
took Its normal condition today and tbcro
were no signs that an election hnd bectr
held. A complete figure of tho republican
victory In Wisconsin will not bo known
for porbaps several days, as many ot th:
precincts aro far distant from railway sta
tions and will be sent in by mall.
General Bryant, chairman ot tho republi
can-state central committee, today reduced
his claims of plurality slightly from those
given out last night, placing his latest
estimates at 101,000 tor both national and
itato ttcKt: - -.'4- -. - -a-"--'- -r-
Chalrman Warren of tbo democratic stato
commlttoo was at bis office today attend
ing to tho winding up of the affairs of th
c.ommlttco preparatory to closing head
quarters, which he expocts to, do befor
tho end of tho week. Speaking of the re
sult In tho state, he said the stupendous
majorlttcn were a surprlso to everybody,
republicans no less than democrats.
HOUSTON, Tox., Nov. 7. Last night's es
timate of 175,000 majority tor tho demo
cratic tlckot in Texas Is about correct, at,
Indicated by the returns bo far recoived.
Dls Whole Week-
Mo nnd my boss am Mfc'frtfcf'ft; frfttost
fun wo ever hnd splalnln to people dc
wonderful advantage of hnvln' one o4
dcm Universal Food Ohopprrs In your
liomt Cause it lain tie greatest invention
uv do twentieth century You Jest put
de meat In It an' it comes out all cut up
Jest do wny you want It an dc same
wl' vegetables Now all de balnnco of
dls week dls grent Invention Is being
demonstrated at our storo nnd we want
you to come in and lot us explain it to
you and show you how It works.
A. C.. Raymer
1514 Farnam St.
"Sun Bonn t Babies"
Ilnvo you seen them? tho little peo
ple nro creating n furore in tho city
Wo aro headquarters for this particular
brand of bublcs cleverly drawn art
istically colored They mnst be seen to
bo appreciated Mark our word, you
will soon be out of tho raco If you fnll
to make tho acquaintance of ono of
these "Sun Bonnets" In addition to
thcBO wo havo a dozen new designs that
nro novelties In tho extreme all hand
painted Como In nnd let us show them
mailt ul Art. 1113 Oeiilit,
After The Battle
It might bo well to get down to things
nenrci homo the girls of your own
fnmlly-the bIiocb they wear-It's ft
mighty Important thing to the growing
miss that hbr Bhoos ore sbnped like the"
foot fitted so 08 to allow tbo foot to
grow nnd of such a substantial .char
acter that they keep tho feet dry nnd
warm Lightweight calf and heavy rton
gola kld-8 tp 11 sizes) $1.2B-U to
2 sizes, $1.50 Young women's sizes, 2ft
to 0, with spring heel, $2.00.
Drexel Shoe Co.,
New Cta!av:e ready Sent tree for
Onsaha'a Up-to-date Shoe Hoase.
141 FAKNAM STMKfeTT.
the back, pains over tho kidneys,
eyes, pains In the arms, pains In
I am got.ing along fine,
and am improving all
tho time. My bands are
getting better, I am i'Sel
ing better than for years.
Hudyan has cured me.
JOHNSON, Hoquiana, Wash.
H. Schmidt, Omaha.
Tho only republican congressman from
Texas has been replaced by a democrat
and tho delegation will be solid. The ono
republican stato senator has been defeated
and the legislature Is composed entirely uC
wea't stand vary much abuse
it refuse to work then you quit
werklac, too. The only reason-
to wKen,'tkr'b1n to'eftowi
signs of being contrary Is to se
lect seme reliable optician and
save kin doctor Micro with a
pair of the right hiae of glaiaea.
We are optteiaaa. We are re
liable. THE ALOE & PENfOLDCO.,
Largest Optical Iloaac.
1408 Farnam St, OMAHA,
Opposite Paxtoa Hotel.