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, . 7 ' . ' I . " , ' . - . . . . . ' ( \ J J. HI Wa FURNAS DEAD FORMER GOVERNOR OF NE. BRASKA PASSES AWAY. DIABETES WAS HIS MALADY Had Been a Sufferer for a l.ong Time , -Sought Quarters In l.lncoln for Treatment , but Collapse Came After Arrival. LINCOLN-Ex-Governor R bert W. I' Furnns dIed at 11 o'clocl , Thursday I , tight nt th/3 Lindell hotel of chronic I I A dlnbetes. Since the night heforo ho i , ' , md been In a comatose coudltlon , 110t ( able to recognlzo these at hIs bcd- ; Ide. I 110 came to this clt - for medIcal treatment and soon nfter his arrival here collnpsed. "rhen hb left his home at Drown- v111e his family sought to dlssundo 111m , but ho Hnld that ho wns well cnough to mnlto tl1e trip and took hIs stenogrnpher along In order thnt ho mIght attend to the state fall' busI- ness. For mnny yenrs he hns been ( secretar ' of the state board of agriculture - culture nnd In ImmedIate charge of DUICh of the work connected with the I fall' . Ex.Governor Furnas , who Is one of the pIoneers , attnhlell his 81st birthday - day 1\1ay Ii. lIe has attended 'to his buslnoss as' secretary of the board , almost constantly , although for a few weels Inst fnll he was oJlIged ! to go to the hOS1J1tal. i Robert , 'V. Furnas came to Nebraslca. , from Ohio fifty 'ears ngo , In the r IJrlme of his young mnnhood , and from that time until he was Incapacitated - tated b ' age nnd Infirmities was an active figure In the affairs of the stnte. He wns elected president of the St.ate Agrlcult.ural society in 1858 , Its first president. , and was later < ! lect.ed secretnry of the soclet.y , which l > osltlon he continued to hold up to the time of his deat.h. In 18G2 ho waS' colonel of the Second Nebrnslm volunteer cavalry and served until thnt regiment was mustered out. In 1872 he was nomInated for governor by the republicans and was ell'cted , taltlng his seat In Januar ' , 1873 , the second governor of the state of No- \ raslm. In 1878 he was elected presl- I dent. of the State Hlst.orlcnl socloty n11l1 served for several 'oars In t.hls capacity. In e\'ery avenue of the , states lI1'e he was a prominent figme , ; and one of the hest known and hon- I ored among Nebraslm's citizens. He was more active In connection J with t.he agricultural Industries of t.he f state than In any ot.her direction and t served the farmers well In several I capacllleS' . He was commissioner , , from NeJrnslm ! to t.he Centenn1al exposition - position at Philadelphia , to the Co- lnm.1Jlan exposition at. Chicago , and to other expositions , 1"01' the Jast. 1' ' ( , fi\'e rears he has been practlca11y re. , , . 't. ' tired. his fal1lng health IH'e\'enllng- his taltlng an ) ' acth'o part In the af. fairs of t.he state. Governor Fnrnas I was married to l\1ar ' McComas In I 1845 , she dying at tholr lwme In I Drowmllle shortly after they had ) celehrated their golden wedding. t HAW SAYS POLITICS ; PLAYED NO PART DES lOINES , la.-Secretary of the 'i Treasnry Lesllo 1\1. Shaw , who was the gnest. of the hanlwrs' clnh at ( I lI111cheon , repeated his assnrances t.o Dos .1\lolnes banltors that. govol'l1ment I , finances were In no danger. It was eXlJOcted that. Secretary ! Shaw , who , as governor , parole6 \ Prnnl , Sherc1lffe , hecause , It Waf \ claimed , of political Influences , mlgllt \ o suhpoenaed as a witness at th ( Dennison trial. "Neither politics nor friendship had anrthlng to do1U1 t.hat. pal'ole , " I said Secretar ' sluiw. "I did It simply to help the man get. on his legs again ' ; "No ono Is authorized to say that. 1 t will ho a candldato for the prosl. enc ' , " saId the secretarr In answer to a qnestlon. "It Is a suhject. which even I do not dlscnss. " British Women Best Playera. LONDON-The ladles' Internatfon al golf match , arranged hr the execu U\J commltteo of the ladles' goll union bet.ween Drltlsh and Amerlcat , I > larers , seven on a sllle , at 18 holes I was plared and resulted In the Drltls\ \ ; women wlnnln six games and the American one. , An Alleged Counterfeiter. YANKTON , S , D-A. J. Sharp , [ I stranger , was arrested hero Sat.urda ) for passing countorfelt half doliaN Twenty coins were traced t.o him and two were found on his person whet the arrest was made , The IJrlsonnr IE 101d , awaiting the arrival of UnlteG Stutes 1\1arshal Jerry Carleton fron : SIoux Fa11s. The IJrlsoner passed bogUE money on fourteen stores , The sup j posed pal of the prisoner made his escape. There Is great. excitement. hen , and It Is belloved the capture Is ar 111Il > ortant one. I 1fJ" HOmes for Italians. IF W ASHlNGTON-Daron 1\1ayor des Plancl\ls , the italian ambassador , whe left Washington In IJrll for an exten' slve trlI > throll h the south to Investl- gale the advantages offered thl'r for the 1 > ettl'r class of Immlsmnts whe como to Now Yorl" expects to evolVE a genernl.111an . of hrlnf.lng homes te thonsands of hard worllng italians. . . Former Spanish Premier Dying. 1\1ADHlD-Don Fl'Onclsco Sl\voJa \ , the eminent Ittltosman and former I Spanish l > romler , Is II'ln : : . i ! , . . , , " , , . , . . ' . . - - TI E ADMIRAl. TV STUPIFIED. - Overwhelmed by the Disaster Over. taking RoJestvensky. Russian Admiralty Stupefied. . ST. PETEH4BUHG-'l'hl' ! HlIs lan Admlralt . Is IItC'rn11y stupefied at the C'xtent of the Illaaster suffel'cd by VICl' . , Admlml Hojestvenslt s Ill'et , and its own ndvlces paInt the sltuntlon In worse colors than oven the ' 1'oldo dls. lJatrlws. The AssocIated Press Vlad- h'ostol , dlsl > l\tch receh'cd at an earl ) ' hour this mornIng accounts for enl ' t.wo shIps of the grent Husslan lIeel- the cruiser Almnz and the torpedo boat destrorer , Grozn-and the nh- sence of news nbout the battleshIp Navarln and the cmlsers Oleg and Au. rora , which are the only fighting ohl ! > s of an ' value not enumel'ated In the Jnllnneso lists of destrorell or cal > ' turoll and which. UIJ to ,1:10 : : o'clot'l , restel'lla ) ' afternoon hall not reached Vladl\'ostol" I'elulers nlm03t 11110 un ) ' hope that. ther were able to shal\O 01T the lllll'suing .JnlJaneso cruisers and reached the sheller of the fortress at Golden Horn. 'I'he officers of the Almnz dlsll1lte Admiral Togo's claIm of vlct.ory with practlcall ) ' no boats and desl1'o 'ers scored heavH ' Saturda ) ' night. The condItions on Sunda ) ' wore most fn- voraJle. ! The night was calm and clear and land was vIsible for fort ) . mileS' across the Tsu Straits. Toltlo Is again jUJllanl. ! Hundreds of callers anll de1J1ttants throng the ! ; department alTering tlmnls and congratulations. The newspapers declare - clare t.hat Admiral Togo has gained a ! Jlnco beside Nelson. The dls1 > osltlon of t.he Japanese fleet appears to have been an Ideal ono. Admiral Togo had waited fOl' weeks In the vicInity of Tsu Islands , refusing to ho lured away nnd to for. felt hl.S' advantage , 'I'htJ hlllCl' lIne was hold br Admiral Togo with the hattleshlps and Ice Admiral Kamlmu. ra. with the cruisers. MINING MillS BURNED WITH OSS OF $350,000 - - LEAD , S. D-Flre hero destloyod the Immense mll1lng and cranlde plant of t.ho Horseshoe J\Ilnlng company located - cated at Terr ) ' , four mHes from Lead , The fire started in the lIme bins and from t.hore spread to the mlll hulldlng , the c'anille plant crush 01' house , all of which together with office and ether hulldlngs were dest.rored. ThIs plant was , 1'ext t.o the Homestal\C , the largest In t.ho Black IIllls and cost $ : :150.000. : Three htttllired men are thrown out. of en1IJlo 'mel1l. Insurance to the amount of $250,000 'was carried dlstrllJ\\tcd amongst flft ) ' different companies. PROPOSE A TEST OF RIGHTS Municipal Ownership Advocates Make i Move at Chicago. I CHICAGO-Wnat Is regarded as an aggressh'o move In the affairs of Chi- I 'cago' ! ' ; munkll > ul owncrshllJ votaries I to obtain a legal decision as to the holdings of the st.reet car comiJanle3 was made when quo warranto proceed. ings , seeltlng to learn by what aut.hor. It ) ' the Chicago Clt ) ' Rallwa ) ' anl1 Union Tmctlon comlmn ) ' continuo In their use of t.ho streets , were begun In the sUIJCrlor court In the I1ame of t.ho state's attornoy. The IJeUtion fOl' the jUdicial Inqulr ' alleged that. t.he companies ha\'o exceel1ell their fran. chlse rights h ' a suhslltutlon of eloc. trlclt.y for horse I > ewer as orl Jnally granted nnd hnvo therl'by forfeited t.helr claim to the use of the streets , The petition was presented t.o Judge . Ch .traus amI ho ruled the defenl1ants to answer .Juno Ii. Rumor of Death of Czitr. PARIS-The rUlnor fl'om St , Peters. hurg of the death of the czar was reproduced - produced In all of the paperS' Frll1ar morning. 'I'he rumor was strongl ' denied hr the Russian emhassy. HE IS HEADED FOR THE UHITED STATES SAN DIEGO , ( 'I\1.-A Tribune dls- pat.ch from Ensl'nada , lower California - nia , says that Rumln Estrada. who shot the driver of the San Qucntln stage Tuesday night. anl1 escallCd with over $ OO of government money , stole a horse nO:1r : Ensenal1a und Is heudlng for the United Statcs. Reports trom the posse on his trial were to the ef. fect t.hat Estrada would prohahlbe : ovortalten before reaching the bound. ary lIne. Confer on Appointments. WASHINGTON - Senators Cullom and lIopldns of Illinois. accoml1anled by W. E. Troutmann ancI W. D. Daln. urn. had a conference with the l1resl- dent regarding appointments In the now judIcial dIstrict of Illinois , At the conclusion of the Interview It was an. nounced that Mr , Troutman would he appointed United States IlIstrlct at- torne ) ' for the new dltrlcl. 1\11' . Daln. um was a candidate for the office. but on his arrival In Washington he found that the senators had determined to support 1\11' . Tl'Outmann , Says Norway Must Bf' Free. ALDORG , Provlneo of .Jutland , Den. marl-Djornstjerno Djornson , the Norwegian Iloet and dramatist , wlto Is visiting here , adtlre1lserl a ml'etlng on the Norwegian crlsl . Ho snld ho dr. sired to eo the NorwegIan. Swedish nnd DanIsh races ul1lted. Ther num- hored only 10,000 Eouls nnd must hold together. "Norwar , " he declared , "must ho fl'e" , as the other ne-rthern races arc. Untl1 she Is Ct'ce I\llel ' 1I\11e- penlhmt It wl11 ho hnpoislblo to Ileal with the qllostion , how W8 smnl1 state. nre to arrange 0111' future. , " , , k" . ' , . . . , " - " . . t , - AN AOMIRAllOST VOEl.KERSHAM 1 < 1l.l.ED IN CON. NING TOWER OF Fl.AGSHIP. RUSSIAN lOSSES QUITE HEAVY' Conflicting Reports Regarding Ad- mritl Rojcslvensky-A NaOitsakl Dispatch Says He 10 Seriously Wounded. WASIIINGTOThe state department - ment recl'lvod the followIng cnblo- gram from Toltlo : "It Is stated In omclal l'el10rts thnt In addition to tile mnln fighting force most. of the secol\l-clasS' Russlnn cruisers a 1111 subslllhirr vessels were dostro 'ed , so that the whole H\lsslatl fieet WIlS JIl'acticall ' annIhilated. ' 1'ho Husslan crnlst'rs Aurorn nnd Almn.1. were proJabh' ! sll11lt. Attention Is cnlled to the fact that the Jalmneso tOI'lJCdo opera lions were highly successful - cessful alld that a l1 ajorlty of the largo Russian vessels were sunk ns n. result of them. DurIng the progress of the battle there was conslderablo mIst and fog , which prevenled a comprehensive - prehensive rCU10rt , TOKIO-Rcnr Admlml Voelc1er- sham , who waS commll11l10r of the battleship - tleship suodrol1 of the Husslan fleet , was lellled the first day of the hattlc , : \la : ' 27 , In the conning tower of his flagship , the hattleshlp Osh'abra , ono of the vesRels snnl , ! J ' the Japmoso. : llear Admiral Voeldcrsham was al > - lJOlntod commander of the battleshlI > sn dron of the Husslan fll'ct In Jul ' lust Ilnd left Cronstadt August 25. It was Voelldel'sham gnadron , according to a report , which fired 011 the Dl'ltlsh trawlers In the North sea , mlstaltlng them for Jalmneso tor ) > edo ! Joats. The serIous wounds of Admiral Ro- jostvensIQ' , who was tal\C11 t.o Sasebo on a .Japanese hattleshh > , arc.a . brulsl ) on the forehead and a slight fmcturo of t.ho sIcull. The nat.III'o of his In. ternal Injuries Is not. I01owl1. The admiral's temperature Ilnd Intlso nro normal nnd there Is no sign of brnln t.rouhle. Howevcr , a dispatch from Nagasaltl Is to the effect Uiat ho Is serlouslr wounded and that there Is llttle h01Je for his rocoverr. Rough estimates made of the RUs- sinn losse III the hattlo fought In the Sea of , Japan , excluslvo of nenrly 4,000 prisoners , varr. from 7.000 t.o DOOO. It Is feared thnt the mnjorlty lJOrlshed. Calculating on the complements - ments of t.ho sUl11wn and captured shlIJS , 10000 to 7,000 mC'n romaln unaccounted - accounted for. It Is JJosslble that the ships which escalwd l'l'sclled S01110 of the memhers of the crews of the less fortunate ships , 1\Ianr bodies have been washell ashore 011 the Islands and on the shores of the nelghJorlng ! coasts near the scene of the battlo. PREPARATIONS FOR MILITARY MANEUVERS ANNAPOLIS-The United StatC's warships composing the coast squadron - ron of the North Atlantic flel't that will I > artlclpato In the joint. al'lnr and nav ' maneuvers In Chesawalw ) hay next month are all assemlJlcd at Annapolis - napolis except the cruIser Nowarlt , which Is OXIJected to I\l'I'lvo tomorrow. 'rho fleet was augmented by the aI'- 1'1\111 of the secOllll torpel1o heat flo. tllla , cOl1slstlng of the t01'lJedo heat llestl'O ' and the 'er Whlpvle , 1lagshlp , destroyers Wordenlacdonough nnll Stewart. ' 1'110 fiotlila Is commaluled by Lieutenant Commanller 1\lnrbury Johnson , The \'essl'ls w111 embarl , tl10 mldshllJmen on Satl1\'l1a ' next. PEACE RUMORS SPREADING. Talk of the End of the War Is Now HC:1rd. : ST , PETEHSBUlW-Sl. Petersburg ! s full of rumors of the most c ntra- I1lctorr charnctUl' regarding the pro > r- pects of lJOaC'P , but In the ! Jest In. formed quarters the Associated Press was told that no l1efinlto decision had been reached , Nevertheless , It Is } 1 ( 1'- slstentlr re110rtel1 that an Imperial manifesto tnn ' he expected within a. -hort : lime , The mlnlstors who went to the cOlmcll at 'rsarslwe.Selo 'I'uesrlay were so oxpectnnt of Immedlato acton - ton ! that t.he el1ltor of the olllcial messenger - senger was ! ustructed to hold his forms open for an ImJI.tant an. nouncement , hut at the last moment the edltol' was Informed t.hat. t.hls an. nouncoment was 1I0t readr. People Facing Starvation. ST. PETEHSDUHG- Russly 810vo of 1\1oscow on Friday prints a I1lspa.tch . from Vladlvm olc which lnl11 cat.es that. the Inhahltants of the whole martlmo region of Iiastern : Siberia , In eluding thc Islnnd of 8al.halln and the Kamechlmta penInsula , are facIng starvation on account of the situation produced hy the war , Word hils heen bl'Ought to Vlal1lvostol , from Khotslc. gastern Siherla , that the fish supply of Salhalln was exhausted last winter anl1 that the Inhahltants ate theIr dogs to save life , Johnson Sentenced to Hang , TnINlDAU , Colo-Tho j\lr ' In the case of JOSE-ph , Johmmn. who on April S. Ihot anl1 It III I'll John H , Fox In the Inhh ' of the postol1lce hel'e , retllrnel1 a venIlet of murder In the first do- grE-o. 'rhe e'lt IJt'nnH ' applies. "Voung P''t : r" Jitc Gen Whipped. MAHUlOHOlanSam 1.augforll of Cmnhl'ldlfO got the I1oclslol\ over "Young Peter" JlileltSOIof Baltlmoro nt. the cnd or a clo c anll oxcltlng fift ep'r01tl'd ' bent before the Hlghl'\nd I 'l\thlello club. _ , . . . : . ! ' 1 r ' . . . . , . , " . , . GOVEltN IENT LIGHT. : HISTORIC CHICI < AMAUGA PARK ABl.AZE WITH 1l.l.UMINATION. United Sttte System of l.lghting MIlitary - tary Post Pronounced Gratlfyinoly SUccessful--Slx and One.Half Mlleo of Mains-Sixty-Five Street l.lghts. Chickamauga Parle Ga. , May 31.- The UnIted States government hns hero In operntlon one of the largest. acety. lone gas IJlnnts In the world. ' 1'ho mill- tar ) ' l > est at the entrance of the historIcal - Ical Chlclmmnuga battlefield where thlrt ) . thousand Union and Confodornte s01lllers were lost In the memorable battle ot Sept. ID and 20 , lSG3 , contnlns about ono hundred buildIngs , the soventy.fivo prlnclIml ones of whIch arc lighted with acetylene. To accomplish - plish this six and ono.half miles of mains and two miles of servlco pipes nro In use , whllo slxt..fivo street lnmps brllllnntlr Illmnlnato the nyo- nues of the post. In ID03 the Wnr Depnrtment. Installed - stalled n test acetylene plant at Fort. Me'er , ViI'glnla. 'I'ho results were GO gratlf'lng nnd the superiorIty of the Illmnlnant so ovldent that. the government , Mnrch 20 , 1904 , placoll the contract for the Chlclm1llnuga plant , In which every citizen of the , United States should have his pro I rata of prido. I Dut the government has' not confined - I , fined Its acceptance of acet 'lene to : this mllltary poot. : Since becoming I aatlsfied of t.ho officlency , superiority I and economical adrnntnges of this I particular Illumlnnnt , the United I State a hns Installed a number ot plants In Indian schools and other gov- crnment Institutions , Acet 'leno gas Is one of the slmplost ns well as the most perfect ot nrtlficlal lights. It Is mndo by tIto contact , of water and carbide , ( n manufactured product for sale at a nomlnnl prlco ) , Is nbsolutoly safe and glvef : a beautiful - tiful whlto llght soothIng to the eyes I and nerves , It can bo produced nny- where-In the fann homo , the vlllago store , the town hall , the church-and Is so enslly malntalnod as to be practical for a11 clnsses. It Is a matter for national congratulation - lation that In beauur 'lng so historic n spot as Chlclml11auga , nothing but the best , including t.ho lighting system - tem , has been deemed good enough tor the American people. Fatigue of Work Feels Good. Says n railroad man : " 1\1en who grumble at worlc or fret nbout an elght.hour worltlng day forget that a man will he tired at the end of t.ho day whether ho works or not. The fatlguo of work Is much belter than the fatlguo of Idleness , and there Is no pleasure 111\0 that which comes from 'tho consciousness of having accomplished - plished something. " . In a Pinch , U O ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE , A powder. It curcspainflllsmartinfnerv- ( eus fcet and ingrowing nails. It's tIta reatcst comfort discovcry of the nRc. . Makes new shocs easy. A certain cure for sweating fect. Sold by all druRgists , 25c. Trial package FHEE. Address A. S. Olmsted , Lc Hay , N. Y. Cure for Consumption. A six months' toII' y bullocyle In Sout.h Africa Is the 'utest cure for consumption , as advertised by a London - don doctor. Your own milch cow accompanies - companies 'ou , the Imce Is only t.wo miles an houl' , t.hero are frequent out- spanS' , nnd v < > . getah1cli , hl 1ter , butch- er's meat. . fowls and eggs 0.1'0 caslly obtalnablo , It Is said. 'rho total cost Is only $ li21i. Returncd the S:1lutc. : A t.raveler who visited the small Siberian to\\11 \ of Kansle tel1s how sur. prlsed ho was hy an Incident In t.ho theater. The flrst act.ress who mndo an appearance on the stage bowed to t.ho auellenco , whereupon the whole gatherIng rOBe a.3 ono man and returned - od the bow In the most po1lto manner. Boston Tot Asks a Blessing. "And , dear lIeavenly I"ather , " finIshed - Ished a Doston child at prayer time , "please bless my cat. Bless every part of him. for I love him so much I that the very whlshers of his face 0.1'0 numbered , DIess hiS' cmerald c 'es , his 1lttle rico teeth , his crush- edstrn.wberry longuo and t.he JIltle balccd beans beneath his feet. " Shortest Title of a Novel. The shortest title ever given to a noval was "D"-sub.tltlo "An Auto- blography"-by Eo D'no Denton , In three volumes. Why to Molvlllo , In 18G9 , published a novel to wblch ho gave the tltlo " 1\1 or N ? " a term wen known to every student ot the Church of England Cathechlsm. l.ength of Rivers. The longest river In the worJd III the Nllo , 4,000 mHes ; In Europe tbs Vol go , 2,1114 miles ; In Asia , the Yangtao Klang , 3lGO miles ; In Ameri ca t.ho Mlsslsslppl.l\llssourl , 3.G5& miles ; In Austrn.lIa the Murrny , 2,35C mllos. The short Important river In the world Is the 'I'1ames ! , 211i mllos. Grows Six Inches a Day. Catalpa grows at the rate ot n. third of an Inch dIameter a 'ear on good soil , says a writer In Country Lifo In America. There are fine summer days when the sprouts on a stump of sturdy root growth will grow six Inches In the twent ' .four hOIll-S , You lan sec : : atalpa grow , rou can hear It grow. One room at Tsallcoe , the czar's valaco near Sl. Petersburg , has walls :3f lapis lazuli and 1\ floor of ebony In. laid with mother-of.penrl. Another has walls of carvell emher , and the wa1l9 of a third 0.1'0 laid thick with beaten gold. . . ' , ' , , r ' \ . . . . , . , " , . t . . STORY OF "DEAN'S" IINDNESS , - How Jefferson Gave n Treat to II Shut.ln. At tIte Drexel lustltute ono recC'nt nfternoon a roup ot people recnlled a \01' ) ' chnrmlng Incldont 111 which the recelltly dl'ceased actor , Joe JottOl" son , nctel ! a ltltldly } Jart n few 'enrs ago , 811)'S the PhlIadeh > ltln Hceord. PresIdent ; \IcAlIstC'r hnd Introdul'l'd ; \II' JOfferson , w.o hall mndo hIs nd. dr ss to the students , ami wns nbont to lenve , when the doc lor told him how dl'lIghted a certnln art studC'nt would ho If she conld meet him. This gIrl Will : ! brought ever ' dn ) ' 1\1 her 1'011 Qr chnlr nnd hnd been n shut.ln up to that tlmc. ' 1'ho veteran actor wns delighted. So wns the gIrl. lIe tnlltcd , nnd tallted we11 , nnd she lIstClIC'll. In the course of the cOl1\'orsatlon ho learned that not enl ) ' hnd she nev er seen him act , hut that she nl'Vl'r had been to a theater , allll dIdn't thInk It possIble to go. 'rhat was enough for Joe JeffC'rson. [ t was arranged In less tlmo than It tales to tC'll It to have hOl' bronght to the stage door tcn mhmtos berOl'O the mlslng of the curtnln that cvcnlng. When she WaS brought to thl\t door , nround whIch clings so much m 'ster ' , she wns mot h ) ' "HlI > " himself hi hIs quaInt malto.up , just as ho has been received thousands or times'by I\P' l > lnudlng nudlcnces. Throughout the IJCrformnnco the girl In her 1'01101' ehnlr romnlnoll a charmed lIstcner at one sll10 of the sta < < o. IS NATION OF CHAUFFEUR . Every Boy In Fritnco Will Soon Be Familiar With the Machine. The Prench nntlon RO closoh' guarl1' ! hcr supremacy In the molor worlll that plans are bolng made so t.hat ever ' Pl'ench boy will bo mndo fam. iliaI' with the ol > eratlon and l > rlnctJleg ! Involved In the construction of tlld autoll1oblle , sn's the Phl1ndeh > hln Record. A course of Instruction Is ho- Ing arl'nnged for lutroductlon Into the puJlIc ! schools. ' 1'hero are n number of technical schools where the details or automobllo Instructions are Impart. od to those who deslro such l\l1owl- odgo. . It Is said that no clh' In t.ho worlll gives the same encouragement to auto- mObiling as ParIs. It hns heen decIded - ed that a11 the public hospitals shall bo equipped with self'JJrOIJe11ed ambulances - lances and a very speedy car has bc'n : > rdered to bo nttached to t.he munlcl. pal ll\borator ) ' , where a11 the hombs found on the streets of thnt city shall 1 > 0 talen for Investigation nnd des- truction. Mloht Have Been Worse. Notwlthstancllng hol' tender ) 'ears , atharlno's characteristics are In evl- : lenco ; and the most IJl'OnOllllced ot ; hem all Is the unfaIlIng teudenc ) ' , In ho most harrowing sltuntlens , to look :111 : t.ho hrlght s1l10. ' On ono occasIon , having got hold ; f a hnmmer , she amhltlously en- jeavored to drIve a laclt Into the wall , In which to Illlng her doll's hat. Af- I er repeated failures to hit the trouble- 101110 tacIc. h ) ' clutching the hnmmer In both Iat hands nnd tlllis dollverlng 1. terrific hlow , slto next trlell holding lho tacl , In one hand and cJeallng n less powcrful strolto with the hammer In the other hUllIl. The result of this experiment hrought the whole family runnIng to the nursery. After the damaged tInger had been hathed and Idssed and handaged , lIt the mIdst of varIous consolatIons and commIserations , CatherIne's tenrs b gan to stop and her philosophY to risci "It don't hurt so awful bad noW } ml1ma. 'Sides. when my finger got hit. , I was jus' h01l11n' the hammer II' only one han'-an' jus' s'pose I'd beer strlltln' with both hands I" Tobacco In Olden Times. Master Prrnne , t.ho wenle , wo11 , meaning puritan , who Is IG33 wrotd . an ! lUacle upon t.he stngo , t.cllsIS . that tn his day tobacco plpeq were offered to Indies at the thent.er In lIel1 : of apples between the acts. A French . traveler , 1\t. Torevln do Rochefort. , who puhllshed his journal In 1677 , . confirms t.hls by temng us that ho 'found ' smoldng a general custom In I England , as well among women ns I among men. Doth sexes , ho adds , hold thnt Ufe without tobacco would bo In- I tolernblo , "hecnuso t.hey say It dissipates - pates the ovll humors of the braIn. " When ladles stopped smollng they toole to snuIT. WOll1en of quallty nbout a century a o would not stir without their snuff oxes-beautlful enameled receptacles of perfumed mldn rappeo. Lord Dollngbrol\O said of Queen Anne :1I1d : her grnco of Marlborough : "Tho nation is governed by a pall' of snurt- ' era ; no wonder the lllht ot Its glory 18 extinguished I" Call of the Wild. The bec In the cJover , The bird In the tree. Are happ } ' and Jaughln' As loud as can be. An' I'm here a-workln' , An' . dOI gone It nit ! The meallows and . ' Are elvin' their b.'lr.ous The meadows nr ( ' callin' : "Tho plover Is JIfH'C ! " The bayou'fj nro cnltln' : "Our wllters an' clear. " An' . doggone It nIl ! I'm JII.H'C'orkln' : r wish I could got Just a la ! } ' And coull ! illite oUt and nshl Could hllo out nn fI h " 'Jwrc ! Jayous nre wIde , And whlro t1'out Rr waiting Down drop In Ihelr tide ; Or , I'd Ion. to hIe Benealh a wldo1'1)1' . 'l'he lazy binI's ht'olher. ' 1'he chum at the \Jeol ' 1'he lazr blr 'l ! hrother. ' 1'he CHurn at Iho bee ; The bee Mleetls 1111 winter An' that 'UI\ suIt me ; The bird hops n t wli : ' 1'ho first thIn ! ; In 1110 spring , An' don't do A. thin" Dut Just perch ther ! ! Iln' sing. -llouston p" . . -4.1. THINK OF IT ! This Pretty Mntron Had lJendache nnd Dnckncho nnd Her Condition Was Serlolls. PE-RU"NA CURED I 99 Ele\'ent11 Strect , l , UlIlI'nukee , Wis. f "A sllort time ngo I found nlJ' con- dit/on vcr ) ' scrlous. 1 IInd bcndne/rcs , pnlwi In tllo bnck , and frequc/Jt dizzy spells wltlell grew worse ( wer ) ' nlOlltlJ. I tried tll'O remedh.'s before Pcruna , nlld wns discouraged wilen I took tlJ first dose , but III ) ' CfJllr.'rKC soon re- tlirIled. In less titan two lIIontlrs III ) ' IrealtlJ wns restored.A'rs. . A' . lJrlckner. The reason of so many fallures to C\\1'O eaSOR s\ml1ar \ to the above is the f 10 t thnt dis. FEMALE TROUBLE ! NOT RECOGNIZED cases pcculln.r teAS the female sox AS CATAnnll . 1\1'0 not cOll1mon- ly recognized as boluS' caused by catarrh. , Catn.rrh of 0110 orgnn Is mmct1y the flI11110 as ct l1rrh oC nuy other orgnn. Wlmtwlll 0\\1'0 entn.rl'11 of the head wlll also cure catn.rrh of the } 1elvlo orgnns. PeruUt\ cures thcse cnses Rhuply becn.uso it e\1rcs the catarrh. If you hl\\'o cntalTh write at once to Dr. lIn.1'tmnn , giving n. full statement. of YO\1r case , and ho'lll bo pleased to give you his vl1hm lo advice gratis. Address Dr. llur luan , Presl ent of The llnrtmnn Sanitariulll , Col\llnbus , O. Every houseltooper shouhl Imow that If they w111 buy Definnco Cold Water Starch for Inundry use thoT w111 Slwn not only tlmo , because It novoI' sUcls to the Iron , but becnuso each l\clmgo [ contaIns IG oz-ono tun 1101111 d-wll 11 0 nll ether Cold Water Starches are put \lp Inpoulld lI\cle- i ages , nUll the l > rlco Is the sarno , 10 cents. Theil I\gnln hecauso Defiance Stnrch Is free frol11 aU Injurious chem- , Icals. If your grocer trle9 to seU you a 12.oz , 1 > ! lclmge It Is because ho has 1\ stacIe on hand which he wishes to dlslJOSO of before h lI\ts \ In Definnce. lIe ImowB that Defiance Starch hns l > rlnted on every pnclCtlgo III largo letters - ters nt1l1 figures "lG ozs. " Demand Defiance - fiance and Gt.\'O : much Umo nnd money nud the anne 'lInco of the Iron sUcle- In : ; , . Defiance never stlcles. It' bolter to hellevo all you say than half YOIl hear. I am surc 1'1 50'S Cure lor Consumption Imvcd my IICu three ) 'CflfS no-l\HtR. : ' 1' HOB , nOIlDINIf , MU11:0 : Street , Norwich , N , Y. , Pub. 17 , 1000. A soclot . Ulall Is neltller ornamental , nor useful. 1v 1iI'EI i1f PLEASAN17 11Q ! fiJ ID ) IW S THE NEXT MORNING I FEEl. BRIGHT AND NEW AND MY COMPI.EXIOlj IS BETTER. 70fT doclor B018 It art. < < ontly nn tb. .t"macb. " ' 81 aDII kllln.8 RlII , h" IIlftullnt IIIl&tle. 'rLI. drlDk I. made rrom hftrh81 anl h nronore,1 , rur UI' U 8ull1 . . tu. HI. cIIU.d 'LILIIO'II 'j'olL" or LANE'S FAMILY MEDICINE II IIrU"1I18t8 or b , malt2,1 etA IInd GOch , DU11tto < 1a" 1.1L1I1"11 1'lLllllly 111f'lhrlno tun"I' tbe " . ' ' 1"l\v.lo. uurb dILY. In ord.r to he he.lth1 thl81e 1I0ee. . & < 1. Addro. . , O. It. Wuud..a..I. x. . . Ita : . : r. Y. 'Follow he , nBD'1 Gre tly M . Re tes T Niagara. Falls , N. Y. , tlclcets Bold Jllly 17 , 18 , 19. Toronto , Ont" tlccts ) sol June 18 , 19. 21 , 22. Indtanllpo\ls , In " tlclets sold June 19. 20 , 21 , 22. Asbury ParI : , N , J. , tlelcets Bold June , 29 , 30 , July 1st. Dnltlmoro , M . , tlclcets old July 1 , 2. 3. Burralo , N. Y. , tickets sold July 7 , 8 , 9. Long limits , Itop overs Ilnd mllny other teaturcs elln be orIorod In connection with the above datos. Write mo an let me send YO\1 maps , descrIptive matter , tel ers , rates tram either Omnha 01' Chicago - cage nn all other Intormatlon. 1I.\lUlY E. : "onl s. G. A. P. D. , ' \'l1l1l1l1h n. n. . Olllnhll , Nebr. ROLLE ! ? ! ? IM OEAlU I , THEY STOP TIU ! , " UE AND LfSSEH THI : WEAR , LATESTSTRO/fGE5T. / BEn , fACTORY , BEATRiCE. tta DRANCII IIOUSES : ] [ & 11111 Oft , . , Mo" Omaha , Neb. , Sioux Faltl , BD. II . Dl&fut dealel or wrltt tor circular. - . . .