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THE OMAHA DAILY BICE : rJVESDW , NOVEMBER 3. 1891 ,
f s mm. Wanted to Become a "White Cap" Failed to Connect. THE TELL-TALE RED CARD. Backed by Affidavits of Members of the A. P. A. Who Voted on Osthoff's Application. The announcement Umtllonry Odthofl hud only a few weeks ago boon nn appli cant for membership in the American Protective association created intense excitement in the camp of Osthoff's supporters. OatholT's Gorman-English organ had for ton days kept up a rabid tirade against the American Protective association and sought to solidify the Irish- American vote upon OstholT on the ground that ho was a deadly enemy of the American Protective association and everybody who had any allllintion with that organization. Imagine their surprise , disgust ana indignation whoa they find that they have boon imposed upon by a man who simply wants to use them as a etopplng stone to got into the mayor's olllco on the hypocritical pretense that ho is the uncompromising enemy of all secret political societies and par ticularly of the organization that has for its object the exclusion of Roman Catholics from positions of. honor and trust. SAW HIM IN THE ANTE-ROOM. Ostholt has the effrontery to deny that the application was made by his own knowledge or consent. On this point TUB BKB also has indubitable proof from members of the American Protective association who saw him in the ante-room while his application was pending in the lodge. It remains now for Mr. Osthoff to disprove this fact by an alibi , but ho cannot do it without perjured testimony. His denial published last evening is overborne by the testimony of witnesses whoso voracity there is no reason to doubt. THE TELL-TALE BED CARD. The following is a fac simile of Ostholt's application , which , according to the attached allldavits of two members of the A. P. A. present on thut occasion , was voted on by the lodge on August 20 , 1891. I AIiLUdRD FOKJI OF A. P. A. APPLICATION. THE AFFIDAVITS. or NrnnASKAj \ , - STATH ov NEr.iusKA , I . < 88. DOUGLAS COUNT f DOUGLAS COUNTY , j I. bomg flrit duly I , . , being first duly nworn , do solemnly nfllrra that I was present sworn , do solemnly afllrm that I was present at a mooting of tno American Protective at n mooting of the American Protoetlvo as association at Goodrich hall on or about sociation at Goodrich hall on or about Aug August 20 , 1891 ; that the name of Henry ust 20 , 1891 ; that the name of Henry Osthoff Osthoft was presented In my hearing at that was presented In ray hearing at that mooting meeting us a candidate for membership In as a candidate for membership in the said the satrt American Protective association ; American Protective association ; that the that said application was presented upon the said application was presented upon the recommendation of C. Spooht ; that the said recommendation of C. Speoht : that the said application of Henry Ostnoff was duly balloted application of Henry Osthoft was duly bal loted upon by the members of the American loted upon by tbo members of the American Protoetlvo association present. Protective association present. ( Signed ) , ( Signed ) , Subscribed In my presence and swora to Subscribed In my presence and sworn to before mo this Hist day of October , A. D. before me this 31st day of October , A. D. 1891. N. P. PHIL , Notary public. 1891. N. P. FEIL , Not'.ry public. We have omitted the names of the men who have sworn to the above facts for obvious reasons. They are men who have berne good reputation in this city. Any parties who may desire in conlldonco to examine the original allidavits and the signatures will bo permitted to do so by calling at the editorial rooms of Tin : Bui : . Since the above was first published last evening several persons interested in ascertaining what proofs TIIK Bun actually had have called , road the documents , nnd gone away satisfied. The first caller was Christ Specht himself. Ho admitted that ho could not go back on his own signature , RS printed , and after ho had examined the orignal affidavits ho declared that ho would have to stand up for what had been published , although ho disliked the notoriety it gave him. MAJOR FURAY CONVINCED. Major John B. Furay called nnd examined the documents. Ho said : " I cnmo , like the Queen of Shobn , doubting , but I am nqw ready to admit that the Catholics have been imposed upon outrageously by a double dealing fraud. You can say for mo that I despise all such rank hypocrisy , especially when it is resorted to for the purpose of getting political support from Catholics. There is nothing too mean that can bo said of a man who resorts to sucli methods. " Til 13 V CANNOT VOTI3. Opinion of the School Hoard's Attor ney on Woman's I'Yanohim1. In tiio absence of President Goodman last night's meeting of the Hoard of Education vas directed by Mr. Uoos and the first Item of business was tbo endorsement of the list of election ] tutpos ns presented by the city and county clerks. The report of the committed on claims was then presented and adopted by tliu bcmnt. The total amount of claims allowed for the mouth ol October was iM.VJlH.5 ! . This In- eludes salaries , fuel anil all tlio current ex panses of the pust month. Tlio committee on claims also recommended the payment of f It'J to Newman , Ilnnscn & Johnson for worlc done on the basement of the Kollom school building , and $ l,4tQ to Fred Mongodont as an estimate upon th j work upon the ICellom school. Mr. Martin requested the city attorney for the board to give an opinion as to whoth or women could or could not votu at the election today. Mr. McCoy said ho had r.ot boon formally requested by the board to glvo an opinion upon tbo question , but ho would gladly give tlio opinion. Ho deslrud , however , that tliu opinion should animate from tlio Judiciary committee. President Goodman said ho had road the opinion of City Attorney Popploton In which thut gentleman said tbtU women could not voto. voto.Mr. . Popploton , Jr. , nroso nnd said that tlio newspapers bad misrepresented the city at torney's opinion. That opinion statedthat * women could not vote upon the bond propo sitions , but they could vote for members of the school board. Tlio board , upon motion ot Mr. Coryell , then requested Attorney McCoy to glvo his opinion upon tlio matter , llo suia it was his opinion that women could not votu at tuu proiont election. They could not register to begin with and again they had no right to vote , upon thu baud proposition , and as the ballots all uad to have the bond proposition printed on thorn tno women could not vote at all. Dr. Spaldlng , Mr. Coburn , Mr. Morrison and others asken the attorney several ques tions about tbo matter which ho answered , Ho hold ( Irmly to the opinion that women had no legal right to voto. The board then adjourned to attend tlio democratic rally. , I'.llt.lGll.tl'U'i. ' John Crogor of Tekamah Is at the Mlllard. L. 13. Arnold of Norfolk Is at the Mlllnrd. E. P. Uoynolds o ; Wymoro Is at the Mll lard. lard.L. L. W. Gllchrlst of Wahoo is a guest at the MHluru. \V. II. Harrison of Grand Island Is at the Mlllurd. George Wcssllng of Crete is a guest at the Pax ton. Mr. T. J , Staloy of Chicago , formerly a res- Idcnt of Omaha , Is in the city on business and called upon Tin ; HUB. Miss Anna H. Clegg of Falls City Is visit- IIIK Miss Jonnlo V. Powell of a 10 North Nineteenth street. W. II. liiiliuook. Mr. W. N. Babeook , the well known man ager of the Union stockyards of South Omaha needs no Introduction to the pcopla of Omaha. Ho has boon a citizen of this city since 1SSI. Ho wai nominated without his solicitation as a member of tbo Hoard of Education. Ho Is a cultured. Intollogunt and popular uontioman , and It will bo a crudlt to Oniiilia If ho U elected , The ofllcu Is purely honorary and it is not always possible to se en m tuu consent of capable men for such po sition , Mr. Uabcock should bo Riven a roua- tiiK vote by all good citizens regardless of politics. DoU'ltt's Little Early Hisors for the liver. Out ofu liiiKlnoHM Donl. Thomas IDupoora was arrested at tha Webster ttroet depot last evening by Oflicor Sheep on a warrant swtrn out by It , S. Ilrown of tbo Omaha Loan and Trust com pany charging him with grand larceny. The arrest is tno outcouio of a business transac tion in which It is claimed the prisoner was trying to beat Drown. Doth the Interested parties refused to talk about tha matter. "A Gold Mlno , " which Mr. Goodwin maJo a fcatunj of his repertoire lnst season , wan produced last ovonln ; at Uoyd's theatre to a very cultured audianco , the piny being re ceived with nmny manlfostntloiis of approval. In the part of SUas K. Woolcott of Grass Valley , Cal. , on the line of the Southern Pa- olflc railroad , Mr. Goodwin gives evidence of tils capability as a comedian of no mean order. Tlio finer touches of delicate humor are portrayed with ft finish which command * tbo npplou'so ho obtains. There Is an artistic finish In the qunlnt drollery nnd playful fancy of his conceits which Is bomotlmes in stantly changed to thu pathetic mood when ho thinks of thu woman whom ho loves being lot to him through his property , anil the half serious , half playful names in which he spcaus of her to his friend. Ulordan , ns a woman whom ho could not live with or with out , nru tender like the heart of a child , Goodwin tins been weighed In farce , burlesque - losquo , imitations anil now as ho enters the race for a place among the comedians ho shows a touch of genuine art , which Is as rare us It Is refreshing. Vat Mr. Goodwin is bis own worst onoray for ho loses ninny of his strongest climaxes by unconscionable "guying. " ono or two of his best scenes last evening with tno widow being almost ruined by his Inordinate fond ness1 for "breaking the pcoplo up on the stnge. " Surely an uctor who has boon called , nnd not without some reason , the Coquelln of America , can rise above these childish In clinations , and play his part along lines as ho sees them. Miss Mabel Amber , ns the English widow , was charming. Her strictures upon Ameri can society , her gibes at American manners and her constant charting of the owner of "A Gold Mlno , " Mr. Woolcott ( Mr. Goodwin ) , were thoroughly enjoyable. Her pretty love scone In the third act was artistically done , the young woman completely realizing the intents of the authors. Miss Joan Clara Walters was In the bill , this tlmo as a society favorite , but formerly "tho Juliet " and she a footllght queen , only , played the role with discriminating cnro. Miss Lombard played a small part qulto pleasantly. Mr , William Bench as Gerald Ulordnn , M. P. , was 111 at case and ho gave a lack lustre less performance of nn Irish member , with the "saddest" brogue you over heard. Mr. Wilson was cast for Sir Everard Fox- wood and played the character Intelligently and well. Mr. Hurry Woodruff played a pnrt best suited to his style of beauty , but ns for his acting It were best to pass that by la silence. _ Mr. George C. Stnloy , or some member of "Tbo Hoynl Pass" company will rend the election returns from Now York , Iowa , Massachusetts , Pennsylvania nnd Nebraska at the Fnrnain street theater tonight , so that people who are Interested mny not lese any tncus in the political battle. In New York Mrs. Goorgio Drew Bnrrymoro will rend the returns from the Bijou theater stage , adding to her great roDUtntlou ns ono of "Mr. Wil kinson's Widows" thb further honor of a campaign orator. What Is more attractive than n pretty fnco with n fresh , bright complexion ? For it , tiso Pozzoui's Powder. JIJ.D a VJSXVn.HiT FOR SI A Man AVitli Two Wives Prevented From \V'cllin < ; a Tlilril. NEW YOHK , Nov. y. Four bachelors held tbo bridal cnuopy over the heads of Herman Hyman , a tnllor , of Cherry street , and Yotto Pinkusky at the rooms of the latter In Divis ion street on Saturday , while Kauol Moses Cohen stood before them to make them man nnd wife. The rooms were packed with friends of the couple. The bride wns in white and hold a boquot of llowors In her band. The bridegroom wns dressed in bis best. The rabbi offered a prayer and then asked if there wns any ono pra ont to pre vent the marriage from taking placo. Thcro was no response. "Do you swear to protect " started the rabbi. At that moment the door burst open and a duzan persons rushed Into the ronm. "Hold on , " shouted Uosonscheln , a lawyer , "this man has two wives already. " "Is this true ? " demanded the rabbi sternly. The bridegroom hung his he.id , and said nothing. The bride did not mint , but she gave the man to whom she wan about to bo married a look of iutonso scorn and she tore fiom her throat the necklace bo bad given her. her.Herman Herman Hyman made a dash for the door , but he wns seized and led Into the street. All the guests followed. They did not under stand the meaning of tha Interruption and angry words wore exchanged. But for the appearance of n pollcein.m , It is probable there would have beep n fight. Yesterday morning , In the police court , Hyman was charged with abandonment. The charge was brought by his llrst wife , Esther. Shu is nn Inmate of the Montolloro homo. She testified that eleven years ago she wns married to Hyman in Uussln. Thrco years ago her husband loft her. She has never recovered from the shock. She said that she had since learned thut when nor husband loft her ho had gene to Cleveland , nnd there married Bertha Witt. The couple moved to this city. On Saturday , so it is alleged , Hyman sent his second wife , Ber tha , out to nlr the baby by his first wife. When she was gene ho loft the house nnd went to the homo of Miss Pinkusky. Hyman was locked up. Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing Sprur ) reduces inflammation while cnildroa are toothing. t ! , " > cents a bottle. Fair Still Attracts. The Orphans' fair nt Exposition hall , under the auspices of the Catholic churches ot the city continues to bo an attraction , not withstanding the political oxcitomunt. Last night tlio largest audience of the season was In attondunco. The voting on the silver handled umbrella , to the most popular cun- dldatu for mayor was very spirited , with George P. Bouiis m the load. In the booths on the lower floor , numerous articles nro for snlo , while In the rnllorios nn elegant lunch is served during the after noon and evening1. Tomorrow the ladles in charge will servo n merchants' dinner from noon until 3 o'clock. The proceeds of the fair will go to the sup port of the orpbauagoln Benson place , where eighty bomoles children ranging from a few mouths to ton years of ago are cared for by the church. In the contest between Osthoff and Bomls for the splendid gnlu handled stilt urn Orel hi , the prize wns awarded to Mr. Bonds , who received over 1OU ( ! votes nt 10 cents each. Major J , B. Furuy Insists that this Is the proper thlnp , as Mr. Boiuls' friends are preparing - paring him lor a great reign In this city. Election news will bo bulletined m the ball this evening. VmiHouton's Cocoa The standard of the world. KoroHt n nil I'rulrio Fires. ST. Louis , Mo. , Nov. 2. Ono of the most Disastrous forest fires over known in St. Louis county lm boon raging for tha past three days in the western portion of the county. Thousands of dollars worth of valuable property has been destroyed nnd unless there Is rain within a few daya the losses will reach enormous figures. MOXTUOMBKV , Ala. . Nov. 'J. The farmers of this state have suffered great loss fiom forest tiros. Uusfdonccs and barns are in danger from the llroa wtilch uro still burn ing. ing.SmMA , I. T. , Nov. 3. Most of the largo prnlrlo ilros that have boon raging on the Creek and Cherokee country have boon ex tinguished by rain. ' i Constipation poisons tno blood ; DoWltt's Little Early UUors euro constipation. The causu removed , the disease Is cone. "A Cheap Bargain Taker Money from tlie Puno. " Imitations may bo cheap , hut they are worthless. Ho sure to buy the genuine Jotmnn Ilotl's Malt Extract only. It will give you the best satisfaction. Tlio genuine must Imvo the signa ture of "Johunn Hod" on the nook of every bottlo. WELL'S AFPpS IN COURT , First National Bank o hicago Deolaroil n Mete T.rU3toa. REQUIRED TO FILE * AN INVENTORY , i . Judge Ilrowtt's Decision Itpvorsctl nncl tlio Voluntary AFrVlRmiiciit Theory K.xplodod Hrliii.stono Iilon In Itcllgloit UIIICAOO UuiiEVtr OP TITB DCB , 1 CHICAGO , 111. , Nov. 3. f In the appellate court todny Juclgo Gnry reversed the decision of .Itulpo Brown , sitting In the county court , llndltif ; that Spooncr K. Howell , the big lumber man Una mailo a vol untary assignment to the First National bank of Chicago. Jud o Brown decided that Howell had mmlo a voluntary assignment and that the ease was similar to that of Cohen against Harwell and the county court had a right to consider the nets of un In solvent and construe an assignment. Ho tiold that in the execution of the paper Howell had mad a the bank Ills trustee and nn order was entered requiring the bank to tile nil Inventory and give bond. THINKS THIS CHEKl ) TOO OI.t > . At a meeting of the presbytery of Chicago today the committee on revision submitted n report In which It said among other things : "Wo believe that a radical recast ing of our present confession as an amend ment to the ; wholn , would bo bailed with profound satisfaction. The old cre'ed of 250 years OR j was discarded by nearly all the Christian scholars of history.and was not approved by John Calvin himself. " IMI'HOVIXO TIIU MAM. SIJIIVICE. Todny the long-talked-of suburban rapid local mall service was inaugurated , and as it worked to u oharm the postal oftlcials will ma'to ' haste In extending It upon all lines entering Chicago. HADES OUT OF STVLB. Brimstone is losing Its place as nn clement in modern theology , according to Dr. Thomas. In the course of his rcmr.rks ho said : "What a beautiful faith It Is that every child is born totally depraved. Is It evidence of a perverse heart to deny that G6d must bo pncllied by bloodl That divine anger must be satisfied by punishment of the innocent ! That Uod will sit on His throne surrounded by n foxv white robed figures ana sur vey the torture of countless mill'ons who have boon cast Into tire and brimstone below * It will not do. There is n growing hope that not so many people are doomed to eternal punishment. I know not what men will believe a thousand years hence , but I do know that justice and truth and love are eternal , and faith that is founded upon them will never die. It will become the faith of the universe. Fiour FOII WOMUX'B IIIOHTS. Attorney HIrsoholl. who attempted to got a mandamus from the supreme court com pelling the election commissioners to permit women to register and vote , returned from Springfield this morning. He says the women have only just begun to light and that no effort will bo spared to secure from the next legislature n law which will not bo de clared unconstitutional. ci.onuxn ci'TTKus OIH'AXIZH. The clothing cutters of Chicago uro organ ising. The oblccts of the organization , asset sot forth In the constitution , are : "To oo- tain by concerted ndtion just remuneration for services ; to limit the hours of work ; to establish u system of arbitration for tbo set tlement of strikes , antl to elevate the condi tion of its members. " i ' MADB A I1IUYCLB ItlXOUt ) . From Milwaukee toCJiicago in seven hours and llvo minutes on a safety bic.vclo and over very rouch roads , ono hour and lifty-two minutes inside the previous best record , was the feat accomplished yesterday by Birdie Mungur of this city. Ho rode the lirst seventeen and one-Half miles after leaving Forest Homo cemetery In one nour. WKSTEKX I'EOl'Li : IN' CIIICVOO. The following western oooplo are In tha city : At the Grand Pueiflo E. L. Camp , Cedar Rapids , la ; C. G. Bosuh , A. Kunball , Daven port' la ; L. A. Gavncr , B. B. Brvan , Omaha. At the Palmer Mrs. F. A. Davis , Cedar Uaptdt , la ; J. E. Klloy , Omaha. At , the Wellington Mrs. J. j. Hansom , Burlington , la ; A. Morsman , J. M. Chap man , Omaha. At trio Kichcllou Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Otis , Miss Amy Otis , Atcluson , Kan. At the Auditorium P. W. Corbott. Omaha. F. A. DoWltt's Little kariy rtisars ; best Httla pills fordyspopsia , sour stom.ich , bad breath. To the Voters nl DniijIiiH County. The George Smith thut is on the tickut for county surveyor is the o. ifrimil "Doo" Georjjo Smith that cut most of the hazel brush foi1 the city of Oimihti you know him. ' ' " ' HOIIIIH. "There goes a young Catholic democrat who Is working hard for the election of Goorpe P. Bemts"sald , a prominent business man yesterday ns John W. Paul passed by. "Ho has boon busy among the best citi/ons for the past wcoi ; , urging upon 4 thorn the necessity of registering , and then voting for Judge Post and George P. Bemis , and It only goes to chow that the thoughtful Catholics uro not influenced by the A P. A. movement , and are unanimously in favor of a good , clean administration. " Howe scales , trucks , coileo mills , car starters , Harrisor. conveyor. Catalogues of Bordcn & Sellcck Co. , agents , Chicago 111 The now Hotel Brunswick , 10th nnd Jnolcson. with nil modern iinp-ovomontB. Now open for guests. Moderate prices. Two Out or Ton. Pete Begloy and Cuarloj Wilson , the two graders who robboa the Kaiser dry goods store Saturday night , had a hearing in police court yesterday afternoon nnd were held to the district court in the sum of fl , 000 cacti. The other olght who wore arrested as being Implicated in the affair were discharged. DoWltt's Little Early Risers. Bostlittla pill ever made. Cure constipation every tune. None equal. Use them now. NATURAL FFttflT FLAVORS. ji vanilla Of port'oct purity. Lemon -I - Of sroat otrongth. Almond I oonomy In their use Rose etc.r | Flavor aa dellcatoly nnd dollclously ao the froah fruits National Bank D. a nm'om'our. - OMAHA NKII Cupital $4OOOOO Surplus OS.OOO OBlcert anil Dlroctors-Ilenrr . Vntai. 1'reslilont : IwU 8. Heoil. Vlco I'finlilciH ; (1 H. Mmirlcu. W. V.Morie , John h. Collins , It. C. Cuttilag , J. N. JI. 1'ntrlck. W. U. S. UUBhos. CMhlor. Tl-Iia IRON BA.NK. Cornvr 1W\ and Kariium dts General liuultlngllusluoii Trau buotoJ. ITSLLHER The bn-inc-p "f the Fechheiiner , Gooclkind & Co. stock , which outf buyer re'je..uy purchased in New York , has arrived , been assorted , , marked and placed on sale in our Men's Clothing Department , whera the whoie immense stock is now ready for your inspection in all its cn- < tirety. This -without doubt the finest assortment of Strictly Fine Suita every shown by any one firm in the west , comprising as it does all the popular fabrics in almost every conceivable shade , color and pattern. Particular attention is directed to the cut , style , shape and fit of thesa garments , which no Tailor in the land can excel , and which gained for the manufacturers a reputation for making fine clothing which extended - * ed from one end of the United States to the other. We have selected from this grand assortment an immense quantity of the very Finest Suits which we have assorted into two separate and distinct lots , which rep resent more style , tone , service and actual value than any clothing con cern in this country ever -gave before. "We give you your choice of sev We give you your choice of several W eral hundred very fine Suits in hurrdred as finesuits as any Tailor both Sacks and Cutaways , in all in this country can make. They've the popular fabrics , in all sorts of got the materials in them. They're shades and colors , in about thirty1 made right. They're correct in choice styles. These suits are style and coloring , and unless worth fully twenty dollars of.any you're a "freak" no "suit to order" man's money , and are sold for can be gotten up that will fit you that price all ove-r the country any better. The "ready made" ( occasionally you'll see a $22 price is usually twenty eight dollars card on them ) . lars and the "custom" price forty. In order that our Furnishing Goods men may not get "lost in the shuffle , " we will offer until they're gone 1OO dozen ELEGANT SILK SUSPENDERS , ac tual value $1.OO , at THE WINDOWS ON BOTH STREETS TELL INTERESTING STORIES. If yon Jiare a OB' I'fUBEK < "O JT.UVI2BK OIE AND HYPOPHOSPIIITES OP Ziaill AND SODA [ 113 EJxrrEiau cxr3d.au ar-oats. IT. 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I blciiuo. AMUSMMKNTS. nml Hnrnoy Stroots. This ( Tuesday ) Evening , Novonibor 3 , Last I'erformnnco of .Mr. NAT C. GOODWIN nml Ills Excellent Comcilr Company. A nOUIltil ! 11II.I , . Tl-IE NOMINKE. To be iirecoiluil by the ovqlslto curtain raider A.R.T AN13 NATURE. NOTE 'IhoniannffBinent irn mndo nrrniiKPinnnli nlth thu Woitern I nlon Telo.'rnpli Cu , for nlm tlnn rnluni" . whlrh will bo rentl trtnii tliuiliuii this ( Tneiil.iy ) evonlnk' between tlio tutu of "Tho Noml- noe. " New Theater j Special Seventeenth nnd Ilarnoy Stioots "Tho Ilnndsomuat mid Safest Tlioilro In America , " Wednesday & Thursday , Nov. 4-5 WM. I-I. ORA.ME . , I'rc.-tMilInK thu Successful Amorlonn Ounioilr , © EINATOR : SAME IXCIII.INT : : COMIMNV SAM I ! SI'ICC'IAl , BCKNBIlV. At proionle'l 3) ) cotnucullvo nluliti at the Slur Theatre Now York 1'rlcoR First Moor tl.SO : Imloony ? ! OOs itnllory 21o. Thu unlu of scuta begins Tuonlnr mornlNK at 9 u'clot'k. FARNAM : - : 31 BEET : - : THEATRE 4 Nltflits C'uniiiiL'Mo'ng tUNDAV MATINEE , NOVEMBER I. Tlio Pnvorlto Oormiin Dialect ( 'omodliift. GSO. C. STALE Y In his Successful Comedy Dntfim. A. R.oya.1 8KB THE I.OC'O.MOTIVn HACR Popular prices , Mntlnvu Wudiiosday. DIME EDEH MUSEE7 lornurllili unit Fariiam StruoU. Jon a Cnr.imitor 14 ! ' jrrrirH i > lil. < .rmo < iiurtluiiil , witch > < f Wall atruut ( iunvrul lIoiihiimiT In WHY. FUR CAPES. MEN'S FUR OVERCOATS. and All Fashionable i CLOTH AND PLUSH CLOAKS IP-Bond for Fashion nook mailed free. Rellabfe Manufacturers r lmernoin BI fk. 191 & 193 Slalo St. , Chicago. IflPIITA SANDAMVOOI ) ( Mi'aULKH nro tha JuUU I H l" t and only capsulun proncr.uod br , revular phynlclans fur the euro nt ( lunorrnma and uUchnrifut Irani thu urlnao cicrcst casu dayi , tt.&U p r box Alld WILL CURE PILES " I have lone known Its value In bleed. Ing piles It Is the prince of remedies in all forms of hemorrhoids. " Dr. A. M. COLLINS , Cameron , Mo. 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