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IOTIIEn \ AND C11ll1) ; ) I\ILLED \ ) I
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Mm G. R. Wolfe and Bl\hr Lost in the
Denver Hotel Oo1\l\p3C \
THEIR BODIES NOT YET RECOVERE
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. I.1NCOI.X , Aug. 1D-(3pecIa.-It ( ) I , COT2
- ! lllerefl cetaln-tlat MrF. U. n. Wol anll her
6.year.oh daughter are among the victims
who perlshtl Ln the Oumry lotel horror In
Hennr The ) ' are Lincoln people , the hUI'
honl & alll falhor being 1 char dealer In tls :
city and an old resident Thil morning
Henry WlgglnJost , engineer of the court
houses recelvell 1 telegram from his sister ,
Irs. John Schmilel ot Iel'er , to the erect
that her famiy were " 0,1 , rhhl ; " hut that
" ( lie Wets ! were probably 1 < lel , " \'iggin.
jest showed thIs message to Miss Clara wolr.
The young lal ) ' Inlmedlately rUllol1 from the
cigar store In the widest eelement.
H appeaf that Mr. and lr : O. It.'olf ! ,
her parent and her little girl len for "olo.
ratio about len days ago and were Ito he the
guests of Irs. SchmlleJ : los Clara hal
jdst received a letter train her father , saying , ;
that Irs. Schmllel and Mrs.'oU anti the
babe % ere to leave Colorado Sprlng . where
they have beel during the week , to u.tur to
Denver I"rhlay nigh , whIle he expected to go
southward , he knew not just where.
Late this afternoon J1u ( lara Wol reo
celvetu 1esJgo from Mr. SChmltel , saying :
"Your 1ama Is hurl. lave \ Ired Ilapa. Ix- I
peet him here oon. " ilobertVoIf. , a son of
O. H , Wol received the following , dated
2rl : p. tu. : "Am afraid your folks are kiled ,
1 lave telegraphed your father and received no
answer. "
p C. n , Wolf had gone to New Mexico and
expectel to return to Denver tomorrow morn-
mor-
log , A later dispatch convoyed the sad news
that the name : of Irs. G. H. Wol Is among
the list of dead. The Denver Times wlrel at
wlrca
3r5 : , II , I. : "Not recovered yet. but both are
undoubtedly In the rulus. They cannot be ,
located elsewhere In the clty. .
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FOil TIm HAcg MlmT.
The committee to solicit contributions to the
race Ileelng loan has secured , nearly $ .OOO
and IJCopie are responding a manner
whIch leaves the questIon no / longer In lloubt
that the requisite $15,000 l wi be secured.
. . A council of war of the ! hlvalon Arm ) ' . ,
. contuctell ( by Irlg:11 : er and Jrs , French I or ,
r SI. l.ouls , will Ia held In Lincoln this week
Many officers and musicians from other staleR I
will be Ilresoni. :
Sippheu A. Scott , the LIncoln gambler , ,
hound over In the sum of $ rOO for his cowr
arly assault upon Irs. .Iennle Heel , was
unable to give bond ali Ig i now awaiting
trll In the county ja"l. awaiing
A party or Ihlrly-slx wil leave Lincoln
next :1111 a ) ' for the conclave of KnlghtR
. Temphr at Iloeton. A week later n large
pari will leave the city for the national
Grand Army of the Hepullc reunion at
IouIRvle. 1) ' .
PHOI" LOCKg SICUItID.
Prof. 0 E. I Locke of "ermont has been
leen
chosen as heal , or the musical lepartment , or
the Nehraka Wesleyan university In place I
of Prof. Schourer. resign ell. Prof. Locke
stullel three years In Ie11181o and after In :
\Voimar. lie has taught In the Boston con- I
sen'atory anti , for several ) 'eJrI was head of
U.e musical department of the Northwestern
tmtversity.
The remaIns of Frank Kreu , the Bohemian
who committed suicide by shooting hImself on
the Union Iaclfo track south of town Satur-
day , vera burled In the potters' held this
afternoon , no Information ha\ng ! been roM
celvell ( from friends or relatives. :
Omaha people 11 Lincoln : At the I.lnlol
-Theodore SachR , James g Val Gilder , H
II , Grotto , A. Miles . At the 1lncoln-B. I. .
laldwln , John W. floater . W. S. Seavey ( I.
h. . " ' . Itoidrege. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i
1t\ l.i1.I.IN c 1 : :1'1 1tIC \ .
Norlh l'lnlf. COIIIt,151'erlYCs S-verit1 t
I , &t'lies or " 'nl'r.
IlUMl'ItitlY. Neb. , Aug. W.-Speo'al ( T le-
grun.-North ) Plate county Is being favol'ed
with a Ilco rain tonight-one hour'R stead ) '
rain with Ilroslu'cts for a contnuanco C
throughout the night.
I"Aid.S CITY Neb" , Aug. 19.-Special.-- ( )
A . ioavy , rain fell hero last nl hl I slartNl
to rain early In the night ant continued unt
8 o'cloelt Ih's morning. About two Inches I
of water fel and now all the lakes ali sinai
ponds am fled with water.
ASIILANI ) . Neb. , Aug. 1-S ( ( lal- )
A light shower fell here SUlla ) '
morning. A heavy hal storm Is reported
south or lown. Some damage to houses Is ,
reported. '
IAlRllURY. Nob. , Aug. 19.-Spoclal-A ( ) ,
heavy raInfall , lastng for about even hours :
. and amounting to about three Inches , visied
this , sectIon last night. The ground Is In
beter condition for fail work than It has
been for the last three years. I Is stlh
thrlalenlr , t more rain. stl
HASTINGS , Nob. , Aug. I9.-Spech1.-An ( ) -
other Iino rain of un Inch anll a half fell here
this morning. There was a little hal with It ,
but an Investigation proves that no damag e
lamage
was done.
CUXI1"J U 'l' ( ) , \HHI'I .
' VflP4lUIit n'ln",1 , II Is 'I'rnln I , . .
'Vn.h..1 " II. a naul , 1.1.-
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culti . . 4V1114 . \ , ; . .
c.l. 1'.111. . \"lnll.n.I. .
LINCOLN , Aug l-Speclal ( Telegram.- ) -
Tim comlltee al reception 10 Glneral J. S.
Coxey receIved 1 telegram from him this
'w evening sa'lnthat a washout on the Union :
. Pacific would delay his arrival In Lincoln
until between 1 anll 12 o'clock lonlght. The
reception was accordingly ablllonell , lion
eral COXl ) ' will spealt at Shelby tomorrow.
The following committee hall been appointed -
. pointed to mept the general at the depot anll
escort him 10 the hotel : George W. Dake C.
George II. Gibson , Art Herrick. F. I. Mar ) . .
' Mr. D'1n T. W. 10xle , C. g. Woorwarl ,
J. V. Waie , Mart Whie , Editor lucklns of
) the Inlepenllent , and J. M. Thompson , secrc
k tary or the populist county central com-
\ iutttee. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
\ CONs C.nnl" 1'1111'1 'l'lck.E.
) \ VEEI'INQ4tTIlt . Neb. . Aug. 1-Spe. (
' 1 ' cll Tehegram.-The ) populist count ) conven : -
. don
met here today and selected delegates to
attend the stale and Julclal ! conventins and
placed a county ticket In the fIeld 1 fol .
lows : IYlan Jame" , treasurer ; J. :1 Caint
bell , clerk ; David McCaIg sheriff ; n. J.
Vaue Judge ; I S. Briggs clerk of court : ;
? I. O. Weed , superintendent of publIc Instruc- :
ton ; surveyor left vacant ; Dr. : laddlii .
coroner : ( heorgeV. . Cnr'ea commissioner
Thlnl district ; Henry Hen1hll , commlslloner
1 } ' ! nt district ! : M. S. Irlggs , chairman cenlral
committee ; J.P. Vase . serelar ) ' . Herlu-
tlons were adopted favoring striking out
qf the Omaha 111aUorm the words "Ihe
subtreaury scheme 01 lome bettor juan ali
that It lie made that It .
bt so plain I cannot bo.
mlsconstruell , " . The total number In attendance -
anco was forty antI many PrecIncts were not
) t 4 r pr < sentel. _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ nl.llr",1 ( ' pv'rIor I I t.I I h.
5 , FALLS CITY. Xeb. , Aug. 1-Spe. (
cbl.-Tho populsts of Uchardson
county held their convention nt the
curt house In this city Satur-
43) . and every precinct In the county was
welt represented. The . folowing nonitni
tons were made : County treasurer . C. I .
Grldle : county jUllge. O. T. Brinegar : : ;
county superlnlendenl ! r. John I. Cleaver : : ;
county cl'rk , Sam Mower : district clerk , I L' .
I ) . Alter : cQunly surgeon , M. N. haIti ; co : r-
oner . C. i. I Blngl ; sheri , Ben 1"ostor. .
The nominations were made on the fir : it
ballot . an 1 the hardest fight was for sherll T.
The nest hardest Wil for superintenden t .
and wu cause by the combinatIon again :
the plelent Incumbent. Resolutions were
allplel endorsing the Omaha platorm , tbe
fbil coinage of slver at 16 to I , and lie' ' Corner .
eror IloicOinb' , admInIstration.
Irlh' Inl,111 ISnt'k.
st _ ) GnANI ISL. XD. Neb. , Aug. l-Spclal. ( I )
c' -ShertlT George I' . Dean ) returned from
Chicago lu night brIngIng with him , \ . \ % ' .
nallton , whose preliminary hearIng on the
% clug" of sleallg ! a large pie of sleel rat iiis
from the Union Iaclnc wi be held Wellnel-
'i day. The sheriff had quite I dlmcult time I
getting out of Chlc.sgo. The atores fo
'
.
Ithlon WHo bent on , Inlnl anythIng to keep
Inlton In rhle KI , and havIng the hearing
hko place there. However . for necking
the necosnry preparations for taking the
Ilrlioner out of the stAte , Dean took lila man
to the depot and got out on a local train
whie the attorneys for the rlsonor Were
conullng what CIIO to Iufue , ,
F.I.J.1U ' 't thl'l' l'Utl'I:1 1000.
( 'III.e 01 tIl . . ) . ' ; ; ; , eh.l"tnn Ilrl ,
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"I" " ilti.rIan.
\ATlmlOO , Xeb. , .u . 1-Spcelal ( Toic-
jr m.-Coroner ) Macil { , In reapone to n cal ,
ar rived here at 1 o'clocl this morning ant
wlnt direct to Christian lur1's ) & pace ! , who
was found by Samuel \el le aall In his bell
In u shanty sven miles west of town Sun-
ib y. Burk had been 11111 up several weeks.
Ils nearest neighbor . Samuel Wetgle , who
lves eighty rodl from deceased's shallY ,
hall carried him his neesle , but feeling much
! lter'ednesihay. , , lurk cale utter hIs
mim esis. This was the lat eerie of him olive.
Coroner Maul Im1'lelel ; a jury , \hlch ; after
oJamlnlng several wlles ol , rendered a
\rilct of death by illness caused lJY lack
of proper food and atenton , Vlry little Is
l\own of the deceased . he havIng rome
fro olim South Omaha ( to the Heel'OK dIstrict
sOlth of Imlhorn , lat summer. where ho
wOlked for Snyder urns , In February he I
moved his shanty onto Christ Iutzenberser s
place , Seven mies southwest. there ho had
rented two ocrcs of ground , Inteneln/ ( to
raise garden seed. liurk was 62 years of ago
cit iti a natIve of German I Is said that he
leaves I wla nlli thirteen children hiving
ner Holstein . Germany. lie was a nry
'llel , hard working man and died In abject
111'erl ) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
IJ . \'II WI III'l' 11 lD fly " 1t ,
1 , iu ' gi' Grlil 1,11"11. . 11.1 Its Cute-
" 'IC" t C.II.I..I' . 5)st ray . . 'ih.
BgATICE , Neh. , Aug. 1-Speclal ( Tele-
g rane.-At ) 3 o'cloclt this morning fle broke
out In thee large elevator owned by the
Bealrlce Grain and IIel'ator company , which
logether wIth Its contents , 1,500 bushels or
grain , was t1otroyetl. Ioss on bulllng :
, 3,000. with $ . ( ) Insurance anll $500 In.
surance on contents , The fire was started
llher'by lightning or from the smoke ! stack ,
near which I was first Ilsc\'erel , A heavy
rain falling at the time , together with heroic
work of the fire d parlment , prevenled the
fame from spreUng to the large lourln
11 h of Bock Bros. W. W. Blchanan and
W. V. A. Dodds form Iho company owning
the property. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
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PIATTSIOUTI , Neb , Aug. 19.-Speclal (
Telegram.-Peter ) Howe the South Omaha
teamster charged wIth the larceny or n merryd
go.rolnll tent , went before Justice Archer In
Ihls city Ihls afternoon and took a continu-
lice of thirty lays amI gave bonds for $200.
The value of the goethe alleged 10 have been
Itolen h 1 $75.
Burglars forced an entrance Into the home
or A. II Saturday evening whie IJI and
wie wele enjoying a stroll. The oh couple
returned whIle the thieves were ransaclllug
the house and when Irs. Di walked In
Iloors she was knocked to the lour , the hur-
glars rushlnk by und cscapirig. The old lady
was not seriously hurt and ltle or nothing
WdS slolon.
lnu , ' " ' .rChIIH" .I"H 11.-ui.
DAKOTA CITY , Neb" , Aug. l-Speclal (
Telegram.-W. ) II. Hyan of Jackson has been
appolntel receiver of the Citizens State bank
of South Sioux City. which was closed on the
51h Inst. , ant has given bonds In thee sum of
$350,000. : The condition of the hank Is 8lart-
u ing. Of $15,105 In notes the roce1ver con-
slrers about $1,000 geol , between $3,000 and
$1,000 probably coleclable and the balance
worthless , The bank was the county depositor -
tn t ory , having $8,805 on hand , whIch the bonls-
l < n halo paId over . to the county officials .
YOIIJ 1. , 1 1'Ihfll ) ' u mijureil.
glKIORN , Neb . Aug. 1.-Speclal.- ( )
Yesterday the hO-year-old Ron of Mr. and ! :
M Irs. John Ialionslager , residing near thIs :
11) ' , was thrown oft a load or hay by an L
unmanaKeablo team and frIghtfully injured .
The boy's right leg was faclurell near Ihe thigh t
thigh In two places thc bones Ilrotruding
lrough the uleshi. His left arm was
fracturel also. Besides these Injuries ho re-
cel'elf u number of minor contl lon on the :
b ody. The attendIng sm'geons : hale but sinai
hopes of savin/ the boy's life.
111"11 or n 11.1. .
ASIIAND , Nob. , Aug. 19.-Special- ( ) '
'fho funeral or C. Burg took place
) esterllay from the family residence . The '
IleceaHd nas an old citizen , heaving come
10 Ashland In 1862. At one time he was employed :
ployed at the Hosebull ogency.
A son of Nat Wels , 11'Inl four toilet -
from town was badly cut with a scythe
II I the hands of another boy whie playing ,
'fhe boy will recover.
John Granger. an Ice dealer , was robbe
of $6 ; FrIday night. robbe
, \,1"1" 01 tl' \ IsI tit I I.ic OImm'ns.
hASTINGS , Neb. , Aug. 1-Speclal.-The ( ) I ,
Academy of the Visitation \ I reopen In Ihls : ,
'cL ) : Monday , September 2 , with tbe usual
course of study In the primary , Intermediate
ant academic departmenls. In the lulleal
department instructIon will be gIven In vocal
music and upon the piano , harp , guitar and :
mandolIn : In the art department In oi , water
colors and china ' ,
11aL'llng. Lessons will also :
he gIven In all kinds of art needle vork
Frnch and German wi b taught by the
natural melhod. ,
1 IIn I hiz's 11'1" ) ' " ' .rl. .
FAII.S CITY , Neb. , Aug. 1-Slleclal.- ( )
The 1'ols City first base bal nine ant the
Ihiawatima second tune . known " "
Hlawalhl nlnt. as "Jack"
Chandlels team , crossed bats at hutton' S
park yelserda The first three Innlng of :
the gone were goer , the score Mandlng
: 10 I : , but ( luring the fourth Inning tic C
Falls Cly boys got "ratted" and 113walha
malic four scores Ihat Inning. Iu the last :
half of the ninth Inning the score stoo
22 to 5 In hhiawmtha's fal'or. About stool
people attended .
S"II.II. . ( 'Ilim.ier 1,1'111. . " . ,
FAIIXT. Nob. , Aug. 1-Speclal.- ( )
The cylinder 10 Lashonslcles' threshing machine L-
chine exploded < Saturday afternoon wIth e
threshing at Iempher's , three itches north
west of here. The machine Is a now ono
Just started I Is saId the cylinder hew Into
10w
500 pIeces , ant
no one was hurl , though some
of the pieces were picked II ) fifty yards
away. The separator Is a perfect wreck.
'I'hlrt''ulh u..h.t 11'uuhImIiemiIiM.
SIDNEY , Neb. , Aug 19.-Speciat ( Tel C.
gram.-Tho ) republcan judicial convention or
this ( Thirteenth ) lstrlct ! ' will be hell here
September 28. The representation will cOIJlt
of thlrly-nlne delegates. II. 11 Grimes of
North Platte amI John H , Drotherton of Ogal
ala are the only candidates thus far In Ihe
fele\ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
fele1"1"
it.'zirti.'y C.nlll ) ' n"IIUIII'II. .
MINIFN Nob. . Aug. 1-Speclal.-Tbe ( )
Kedre ) ' county republican convention met
In the court house at 2:20 : Saturday The only
business btfortthe convention was to elect :
delegates to the Judicial convention at hiasi -
IngB August 22. The central commltee malic
I call for the county convention to be September -
tember 21. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Ir.I"1 IIInnl , II n..jll.
BnOKEN 110W . Neb. . Aug. l-Spec11 (
Telegram.-The ) Bank of Commerce , which
luspendel about three months ago allll went
Inlo the hands of 1 recelvor has complete fi
arr.ligements to reopen. The stockholder 'a
received an order from the state banktng
heal today to that effect.
1'n"I" ' " Srrl""I , , hi men.
ST. PAUL. Neb. , Aug. I-Spaclal.- ( )
Hath Burger , 1 farmer living aholt seven
mIles north of here fell out of his wagon
anti broke lila right leg near the hip ytsler- :
duy. Thought the fracture Is I a ball ooe ,
there la no danger of death.
Slrhl ! .f 1"lyer. for 1.11..1. .
ASHLAND. Neb. , Aug. h9.-Special.- )
sirIng of eight running horses that bave
been at the stable or the race track here :
wIll bo taken , this week , to St I.uls , where :
they will enter the varIous races In that
section of the country.
Sllt.u . \ i.e.'met hurt.
H"ERTON , Neb. , \ug. I-Speclal ( Tel 0-
gram.-At ) 1 o'clock this morning I , . La C.
rlon , B. & M. Itaton agent , while peting
brakes on a freight train fell oa , breaking
hIs left leg. IQ was ICrCIOU unti 9 a
m 11 wIll suryivi.
WOUUNG TiE RELIEF FUND
Oompll\lnt Made by Officer BaldWin Against
Officer Dibbern.
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LATE MUCII TOO ACTIVE FOR A SICK MAN
Acrn" , , ' " .I Slrh'lu/ tn U.n" lirtiril I
1'111 I'iiIe. . C"UIII"1 UI"I.III
Cnu I' S"II."I-UII'hl' " tile
Ahlegeil 1"11.,1.
Clerk Brownlee of the Doanl of 1ire and
Polce Commoiselomeera concluded to spend
, last evening with 1leurs. Broatch. "anller-
voorl ali Foster In a room In the city hal ,
Inl therefore was not present at the meetng
of the noarl or Fire and 101 co Contruisfu
sloners , In hIs absence Commlsslonor Deaver
aclell as clerk
Officer Halllwin communicated / protest
against the pament of sick benefits out of
the fl1ls of the Metropolitan Police Heler
Issoclalon to Officer Clalllus Dbbern after
August 1 I was slated that Dlhber was
wel enough to he about town , apparent ) . on
his h own huslness at al hours of the day and
unti allost midnight , and It was suggested
Ihat If he was strong enough for this he was
strong enough to do some light duly at the
1,01ce station. I was also stated that ho
was a frequent visitor at LIce city hal , where
ItC o was In conference with the friends of the
Chuchl.Hussel lire and police conentission
anl the conviction was expressed thai hl'
was sllpl ) trying to "work" the relief fund
unll the controversy between the rival
hoarls or Police commluloners was settled. -
Dibborn was relieved from duty on account -
count of a brain malady selcral months ago
anl has heen Irawln/ per day frol the
I'elef fund ( ever since. I Is probable that
the warrant for JUly wi ! approved hy
the hoard , but the commlteo on nwn ouch
dlscllllno wi consider whether ho Is en-
tlltl 10 pay since August 1 Time olcer
wil he cited to appear before the committee.
ComplaInts against Officer Curry preferred
b y \ . A. I" GIbbon a lit Conlll ' loner
Brown , were further Inl'es'lgnled.
Conductor GulntR , Motorman BroIl n antI ,
' \llam Ashton , who were on the Iraln when
tbe glint crackers were explodell iiiicler the
seat of Mr. Gibbon , stated Ihut Curry was
not drunk , though several men under the
Inluence i of liquor ' were on the Iraln. The
wlnes8es said that the ) ' coull not at the tme
letormlne who fired time crackers , but the
cOlluctor , when Gibbon complained , said
hat If Gbbon woull point out Ihe guilty
mln d he \oull have him Put off.
011 < 1 Curry testified that ho watched
carefuly to s"e who was firing the crackers ,
but could not determine. Hegardlng advice
given 10 newly appointed patrolmen repect-
Inuntorm t , . Curry admitted that he told
Ofeer Lilly that under the clrcumslonces
ho would not be In a hurry to get a ummiforiuc.
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10 denlell that he had ever had anI con-
' ersation with Omcer lolahon about
Iersatlon : : uul-
rormR f , all that he said to Officer Craven
t hat It \oull he too bad If Crayons were Ils-
charge,1 , soon .Cer buying his suit.
I \IS announc'el that 1 decision In Curry's
case would be announced In a clay or two
The board expects to hell a caled mletng
10 Ilspose ( of some liquor license mater
t oday or tomncrro
IlO."I'CI ilU. ' itu ) I\I\S Iht'ldS.
1'"llnIH , " " 'h"1I'I.I"'lll" r. , .
l'ushi lmi. 1'n. . . . I U must ' 1Ik. . .
.
The BI'oatch-VJnder'oort.l ester fro and
polIo board met In executive session In thee
counci commitee room last night. Prank
Brownlee , \ho has been clerk of the oommls-
slon since Its organization , met with the new
hoarll In response to a qucstcn as 10 whelher
ho l had decided to cast his lot with the new
boart , he replied that he was helping I out .
as the 011 bOJrl did not seem 10 want his
services.
The triumvirate remained In session unti
too : : o'cloel formulatlll I lot or civil srrv2e
i co rules that will reguldte the app lnlment
or members of the frt and Ilolce leIJlment (
Ir the boarJ ever gels into time appointing
IHuln09s. l I was announeell thai the mem-
hlrs of the federal cIvil service board for
Omaha hail volunteered their services . a 111
would , conduct the examinaton of Ipplclnls , ,
which wi take place at lice councn chamber
Thulsll ) ' aftolnoon , commencing at 1 o'cock :
The folowng ! rules \ere adopted hy Ihe board
to gOl'er time examinaton of opplcanls :
Al nllpleanls ) , If I namell , \ Ill he a pimoin I ed
flu hm'OitItiOmt ) fOI' nlnlt ) ' dmiya. amid if the
11t full and complele Hatsfaetol there
ho given a lHrmanenl IIJpolnlmenl : If nOl ,
they \1 be lt onl'e dropped from the , '
r 'etvtce. '
goeh tuiuplii'amtt for Ihe pOHllon of fremal
or Illl'entn wi he examll0I In halhnl-
Ilnl I spelling . cOI'lnl letters , funlllmpntal
rullH of arithmetic , general features of
Ao\.trnmlnl t , natonal , stal' and mnumiicipa I
1111 musl hall a general Imowlel1 of tll'
duties of thee oihii'e. !
olee.
No one wi be examined for thee police :
force who Is not at .IIHt . lIve feet mime
IneheH In helghl In bare felt , noel for lre-
man the IPlllelnt lusl bo at least 1\1 feet
"elen Incites In bare feet
No one will bo axamlned who Is addIcted
to lice , use of IntoxicatIng Illuors , 01 who Is
over ,15 ears of age 01 who has filled out
impem's I'rolwousl ) ' , or made a false slall-
tl'nt , Inlel11t11 10 teel'l\e , or who has heen u
guilty 01 crime or notoriously .lsgll'eful
comiti oct. a med In I add lton I to thee pie 3'S ical ra-
'Iullemenls applicants must tasa nn exam-
Inaton before such phslclal or Ithletc
expert as thee board dec'tgnates.
Wrle a hotter , gIving ) 'OUI Idea of tin
duties amI obligations that svihl dcvoh'c
Ihat1
Ipon you us a mcmhl'r of the police force :
The letar must nol t come In I me IpHs t lute ii 12 ;
\ ortIs and must be alllrsse,1 ( to the Board
of Fire autil , Police .
uI,1 Polre coneinisomeercc : , amid Ilst
11011 nit ) ' alusion to the auplicamet'me youth ,
cal or religious - ahihiiutions _ . - - - .
( ) IlJ ihC'i' ' 01 TifhhW'M.tX'S 1I'LtU ' t'ih .
" 'luiit I IH U.ln" r. . . hued " ' .ddll
, ' ( 'CI" ' ' ' ' ' ' ,
"The 'oman's league Is rallldly becomln/
a power numerically crud othmervise " sa II
Miss Clara TI ropp of "A flowery Girl" last
eVlnlng , "The organization has Its head -
quarters In Now Yorlt ant state Ith 485
charter members. Tint object Is to Ilrotcl
the Interests of professional women , nmtd it : a
ant ls
memborhll Is not confned to actro3os b ) C'
airy means I Is simiar 10 the Elks . only
less convivial. Time Woman's lea"le portIco -
larl ) ) benefits lord working actresses . Thee
stage today Is filled wIth women who work
very hard for an honest 11'ln/ These member -
hers of the profession are handlcallpel / by
tIme lamentable prominence of society women
who go upon the stage on the wings of semehe -
10nal divorce suits or scandal. ' MerIt In
such Instances Is a secondary consileraton
to thee morbid curiosity of the umblic .
"Tho 'oman's league Is not a booming
bureau for bloomer 01 the new woman , "
contnued the blght little soubrette .
"Peronaly , I thInk bloomers arc propel :
If worn racerul ) ' . They wil eIntualy be
worn generally. It Is the garb or destlnl r
and I think len should feel complmenteJ
to have time feminine sex Imiate a portion of
their appuel. A woman with masculne
garb wIll soon bo a famiaI type of the
twentelh centur ) ' . Thus the world will bl
flt1 with ' aelf.umuade I en' more than eve : r
before In Its history. The men of loray
should remembe that as cynics they crltche :
women fOI' tight lacing. As men they In-
consistently choke themselves with high :
collars. Tire bicycle Is simply going to
paralyze 01 revolutIonize fasbiomm Wihin
twenty year l < lckerbocker antI bloormeer : S
will be on time fhlon plates whIle creaslll
trousers alHI gowns with put ! sleeves wi 1
Il back lumbers In popular favor Itoille
are always looking for something meow . and :
lIfe after all Is only I big show brim ful
of specialties anll a gigantic cast of characters -
ters , and fashion Ilmpl ) I fickle star "
hurt-s I. t" . City' I. . n : llllh.
C. O. Jones was arrested . Sunlay night by
Officer Mclahon for drunkeonel and larceny -
anti several other Charges. He
ceny charjes. re-
sltel arrest and assaulted the ortlcer He
got what he wanted and was landed In Jai i
considerably the wore for the wear. II
was nn.1 $25 amid costs anti wi work for the
cIty for I month. - -
hut uml . Not 11 11"11' & I'urly.
In the drag net foreclosure suIt brought b ) '
Eunice 1llwll against Welln lon Hurt anll
sever.1 hundred others. the Omaha Savings
hank was Included a a lofeldant : and among
the rest was made the subject of a delclency
judgment. The balk has obtained leave of
court to file It. answer I disclaims lest ,
lag Any Interest whatever In the Burt land .
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:10In ( .II..CI ) ! il(2llThNl.
.rrrNt nl SIII .cun.t'onfrsw.qI .lmimlg-
IrllN I ; r h"a Par.
The attack by reJltors upon the core-
feslons of JUllgment 1ile , hy the S. 1 Iore
1ry Uooths compsrl tales begun In the dls
trlct court a recl''er ' helll asked . together
with the Interference of the court by In.
Juncton to restrain the dbposilon ef the
aso sets of tine firma ' among those favored by
confesions of juthg toht . to the exclusion of
cr editors who have claims not yet reJucel
to Judgments.
Yesterday ater ol\ \ I Iu : hrtn , Isaac
D. mnsteln anti a large number of other
cr editors , for themselVes amid ni therd
creJlors similarly siuate ) , belJn proceel ng
In the district court agJlnst the favored
cr editors. asklug the court or equity to ar-
rosl the sale of time Morse goods , hocked for
next Thursday. Jarln mend his rO'lllalutls
stale that the conllsplons or JUllgment made
w ere thee resll or a heme anl devIce where-
by I was Inlalful ) ' Inllnded to convert the
funds of the company Into a Ilayment of iro-
feIn rced creditors , to the excllsion of the re !
In pue'euance of thIs dosigme. I Is elated In
the petItion that levies were ut once matI by
Ihe sheriff under p1pel1 Illarld In his hands
as soon a9 the cQnfesslons were filed , the
M erse company at once vacating the premises
10 carry out time deJlgn.
The whole of the stock . It Is decareJ ,
sholld h he prorateJ among creditors , whelhcr
the ) have Judgmenls Ht or not , since the
company was Insollent when I made the
confessl01 of jlligment I a forced sale of
the e stock were mare I woul1 only hrlng
$35.001 to $40.000 , but a receiver. 80 I Is
cl almtuech . woull sl off gradually and obtain
hily $60.000 for Ihe gods. Unless this Is
done the creditors say their jUlgml'nts will
not ho worth a panic > ' .
Sherll Drexel has unnounced a sale of the
: erse stock or dry goods Ipon Tlitme'edny.
Augnst 29. at 10 o'clock when , I not enJolnet ' ,
ho wil hawk off. fret In sepalla lois , the
sel'enteen flep.\rtmlnts of Ihls store eli then
he will llu'aceeei 10 cal for bill on the entire
slocl < Whichever way brings hue mosl
money wi be Ihe melholl or sale. The
sherlf Is after cash to satIsfy time mtummterous
afer stsf ) IlnerOUa
editors who hmave levied
crlllors hale lellell cxecutons on the
.
confessions of judgments.
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IS 1'11 J.\'I'ugn 01 ' 11g 1'11.HS.
HI.lhl.t.1 gIJ.'t'll 1" 11. . A'II" .
. .
H..A. " ' . 'm' ' m " in i' ' ' ii.
George " ' . Thompson or a theatrical company -
pany nol In the city has thee Ilstngulshel
honor or helng one of the fOllllf and the
frst exalted ruler or New York lode No.1.
Illovolent anti Protective Order of Elks ,
which omce he held for three consecutive
terms In IS6S $ , 18d9 ' ) and ( 1870. lie has held
nearly every olle of Importance In the
IruHI : lodge of lIce order dIstrict deputy ex-
ule1 ! ! grand ruler of Missouri , secretary or
the board of grand trsle s. and deputy ex-
alell grand ruler or the Unied Slates for
tlrao years , 1890 , IS9 amid 18 :
: Ir. Thompson Is a Ietern actor , ha\11/
made his first appearance before time 11ublc
when a mere . chid , forly-slx years ago His
work on thid stage covers a great variety of
paris , arch In each lute he has achieved
signal success On the ro&trum or us an
uler Ilnncr lpealer. Mr. Thompson has few
p oem's. Many 1 tmo at th ( ' grand social sessions -
si otis of the Order of Elks : Ir. Thompsou has
entertained the vast aulelce , for hours.
nesldes his great gifts as 1 11ublc enler-
talner , Mr. Thomp&on iosses &oolal arc'ommt-
plshments or a Iery rare kind , Is a ( Inlal
genteman and an untrln\ worker for the
wolfJre amid success Qf the Order of Elks anti
tht members of Iho Iarlous lodges
throu\hout t the country arc always pleated
10 t welcome "tho latlor or hue order , " as
the ) cal him. p
: llrrllA 1..1. . . " .
The folowl.11 marrIage licenses were Issued
y 'eslonla by thee county Judge :
Name and 'chehreees . Age.
/ ,111'- Agl.
Harbert g . . , b. NI\t10rll Omirhun. . . . . . . :
1'lhol flail ; lcCollm. Woollhll' , Ia. . . . 19
\ \'Ihlinm Slrker , Omaha. . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Lilan Hoch'fold , Qimeilua. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Harry H. Jones. Oiiahl . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
1lhllc B Compbel , muetitI. : ) ! . . . . . . . : . . . . :
CharlNI I. . Newslrom , Ommcteiua. . . . . . . . . '
: lmery Sull\ln , Otntehi.t. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
IgUSn . \ 1\IUBIU'IS.
: 1 F. ICIng or 1lncoln Is at Ihe Dehione.
J. W. Hers Is reglslered at the Dolone
from Aubuirme
Rev. I' . J. Grant of Bancrof Is registered
at the Paxton.
J. :1 Fleming Is reglerel at the Darker
from I'romont.
H. H. Chapman of Lincoln was at the Paxton -
ton yc'ster'hay.
P. Y. Holertson anti ' wife of Kearey are
Paxlon guesls.
I ) . G. Zlmm rman , a stockman of \'ork Is
at the Del one.
\ \ ' . W. Cole , with Lansing theater , Lin-
c olic . Is at thl Darker.
Irs. J. g. BO'net or Grand Island Is one
of f the Millard's gecets.
H. P. Moore Is i registered at lice Barke
from San Francisco Cal.
F. Currie , one \\'ieltney's stocltmcn , Is
on tire Dellone's relster.
H. It. Corbet , stale suptrlntendent of
schools , Is at time Ioiione.
C F. I'en. a call1albt of Sioux City , Is
reKlsterel at the Paxlon.
L , . I. Decide Is reglslered at the Barker
from McCool Juncton , Net , . '
Judge Samuel Challman of Platsmoulh
was at the Delono ) 'ebl rda ) ' .
W. H. ounlaln , Eel I'erry , gd Geten anti
I t. O. lougl tire Chicago ) arrivals at the
Ba rit : .
0 : It. Morrison of Perry , la. , of thee Chi-
. Miievaukeo & St. Paul Is Icc
cage : lwdukeo , one of the
Paxton's l guels.
A. I , . Gibson of Marion , la" , division super-
Inlclllent i of the Chicago , Milwaukee & St
Paul , Is al the Paxton.
Miss O'Drlen of the publc library relurneJ
lm IJst l night from Demever where she went to
aleml m the meetng of the National LIbrary
assocla lon.
E. I J. Sullivan heft yesterday for an ex-
tended trip Ihrough the cast. where he wi
visit wih friends and relatives. Among
other points of Inlert ! ho will visit Man-
haltan Beach , Wushlngton amid hhaiiiinore.
I. H. Wallner ant W. F. Slocetne two
Chicago tennis players who will take part In
the Intertate tennis toure ) ' soon to be held
In the city , have arrived , ant are. at the
Iaxlon , Carter Wider or Kansas City an
other of the lulayers Is at the Mlarl
At the Mercer : J. H. Jackson San Fran
cisco ; C. S. Fossohinan.'eismeer . . Idaho : T.
J. Majors , Peru ; , . II. Palmer , New York :
V. C. Shlckle , 'e % ' . C. Massey , Geneva ; O.
hi. 8wlnglt ) Beatrice ; , J. hi. Cryer Cremlna
Furm ; Jd D. Voorhet ! , ' 1' . I ) . Pulnam , hun
coin ; J. I , . Farthing 1 ; E. Meliratim. Chicago -
cage : ' 1' . S. Cartrlglt' Fort Wayne : J. M I.
Buck , hiohdrege. ;
: . . .rn"I.II. I. tim . llot'is .
At the 'miiliterd-ll , J. Steen , Norfolk ;
CIIUncl' , IIel0nl ) ' Abbott , SCII'ler ; H. H. chnu- :
At this 1I'lone-\ \ ' . ' A. Prince , Grant
{ Granl
Isllll : J. W. itretlCfitamu . :1 s D. N ,
\'heeicr . Miss Hntlo 1"'hlllel lelHler : ;
John U. 3tuIi . AUbUlli 14 W , gdlnlftJ. : ! lar- I
neon ; :1 . I' . I"iood'tdtney ; I" 'e \ ' . Itl'll' ,
GonIon ; e. W' . Orlll'Illoln ; ; J. " A. Crosec .
CUI' , Crete : A. 10WIJ'JOI'11 ' :
AI the ArcI\IeJ , frCi4Y Hoekforl : S. G ,
larne ' , DUllel lianmi4.i'ood l.ke ; A. J. .
Ashley , Mrs. I. lan9t' 'lorn 00t , 1"llrmount ;
.Iames " 'lt on , leUron'F Iirt lauphmey
Ih'rce ; C. ( C. MaiiorI'gIiiammce / ; : Mrs. C. I.
Ir'ngtr. ' Lincoln ; 1" i ' , hleacock . Full :
( 'it ) ; Alfrell hImIzleteiJtptrIee' l"rank H. P.
8ho\lll'l' , Fremont : John \ J. ' bo'vres.Nortl
Illte. . _ _
At thee Mem'ciuanta-C . Itpwntree , 1.ln -
Mercbantf-H'rC1 ( 1ln-
coIn ; \ , W. Hobert , orfolt ; Z. R Sage :
" ' ) 'molo : \ . . H. 1.1'0 and wIfe' , 'I'ek'.emah ;
H. I" , Cherry , I\Earm' ) ' : hlcuery Grumuperl : .
Fremont : C. r. Hover , Iapllon : J. g : ,
Wl'sl , nush\loi' George 1,1. Ilastings anl
wife , F.V. . { uHlng. InHlngK ; . A.
hicernes AInmworth' C't. ' , I.emasler , Con
trnl city ; g. M. Kfuiton , W 1911 r.
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Aj5olNncsris
lTHE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS. "
Supplcd under Roya Warrants to
Hcr Majesty the Queen ot England ,
and to 1hz Royal Hghes . the PrInce
o Wales.
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ADDED TO TEACIEHS' ' LIST
Additionl\l Instructor in Grades anti High
School Elected.
tOT WITHOUT SOME CONTROVERSY
1lnrt II 11'11,1111 ' 1. . , Ilehici' i'uille
- I. " " ' : uihuieo Ch"1 for
SI".I ! > ' . . .I-S..r..I' ituiti
1111.c 1."Ipu.
Barring the controversy ol'n the electon
or 1III10nal teacluers . the mcdlnK of the
Board of I llucaton last night W/ a feature-
less affair .
On reconln"ndatl 1 of the commitee
Edith PartrIdge Ingelela F. \\'aro Nettle I ,
Io\ers , Elizabeth Allan . Arte D. Webb
Ioulso Adams . hattie J. Whie , Nora Mad-
len , Myrtle Smlh enl Iowa Mulen were
nddeel to the teachers elected last June. Of
O
thu ese thee first three namell were In the
schools last ) 'cr ,
The mlnorl ) report of Tukl ) and Anderson -
son , which recommended that the nome of
: Irs. Harriet leler be added to ( tie list . was
not so easily disposed of. Mrs. Heler Is
the o teacher who Is said to have been ills.
mlsell In Juno on account or a remark
which shD made at the Women's club. She
was quoted , as saying that the A. 1' . A. was
curylnthlnss a little too far. Since then
Iho Ilnorly has been mallll a vigorous
campaign In her behalf , and the case was
brought to an Issue In the mlnorllY report
Lower mon'd that the report be referred
back 10 the coutencittee .
Tcthcey remarlted that Ir the members were
af raid 10 go on record that was ! good way
10 u\'oll I. amid emi roll cal tint moton to
refer was dereatel\
Anderson xplalne,1 , his ncton by saying
that Mrs. Holier's prlncl11al , hall marked her
os Ilerfecl lolh In Instructon ! anti Ilsclplno ,
/nd both SUllerlnte'ndenls Fitzpatrick and
M Iarblo hall rated her \ 'ery high. There was
Itse apparent reason for dropping her when I
se\rnl tlach r who were well known 10 ht
Inferior 10 her were retained In the Dodge
sc hmooi.
Crumblelt wanted to vote II ballot , but he
was ovorm'uied . anll Mrs. Holier waK defeated
by the folowln/ open vote : Yeas , Anderson ,
landhauer , Burgess , Lowe , Iunl , Trtke > ' -6 ,
Nays , Cramblett , Edwards , Johnson , Knodel. )
Lower , Pierson , Hhoales , Thomas , , \ l < n- [
The petitions of property owners for the
relnslatement of Ihla Shteiienbergem' . Iar-
Hllret J. L1tey and : lnnlo S\artzlander
were placed on me.
OMAhA With WON.
There were also two reports from the
High h school conlultee on the electIon of
I teacher for lie ' study room. The majority
recommended Miss ! abel S'lt8 and Burgess I
named Miss Jennie ! . Walace of this cit ) ' .
Buress inqlsted Ihat both
! Inql8tel teachers hall been I
recolmenlied by Prof. Lewis aitd that as
: lss Wllace was an Omaha girl she Rhould
be given Ihe preference over Miss S'kes ,
who came 'nere from Canall TUkey SUII-
portell Iho minoriy report for the slme
reaEn noel Miss Walace was elected wih :
\oles tee spare. ) Miss Towne 111 : lss Green
% ere also assigned 10 teach In the Illh t
school , the former In the gnglsh uemcd time
later In time commercial department.
The two rooms In lice Hlsh school no\
occuplell by lee gymnasium were orllere I
flel UII for the use or the commercial Ile-
partment l at on expense of $500
The report of City Treasurer Dumont
showed that there are no Interest hearing
warrnts outstanding against Ihe school fund ,
The wlrrnls takert up during Ito ( first nine
teen clays of August aggregated $19,226.84
The cash on hanll \ vps $9 , 1.05 , which was :
11poslefl as follows : Merchants Nationa
bank , $3.21 : Omaha National banl , $ Natonal . ! . :
Natonal Bank or Commerce , $6 , ! 1.01 : No
hraslta Natonal bank , $1.10.
The resllnltons of Henry : . Baka ant ,
Oto Sterell. who were recenty elected 10 t
Illh school positions , were accepted. The
reslgnalons were on account or the fact
thai he salaries paid vere nOl salsfaclory ,
Mrs. gmma James
tendered her reslKnallon : r
as janllor of the Forest school , 1 was ac-
ceple\ !
On rlcommelllaton of the commltae on
so supplls the board authorlzel , the purchase
of f Ihlee pianos for use In lice scluools
There were two reports from Ihe coin
mitee on healng and , ventilation , each re-
conunenllng a janilor for the Forest scieool :
The majollt ) namell Mrs. I"rederlcla Stenlel , ,
whie hunt recommend tA' . C. Lawton , who ;
was form rl ) janior at LanK annex. :11.
Lawton received ele\en votes anll the job.
The salary of Ihe superlnlendent of the
teachor's t tralnlnl school was Ixel al $154 I
/eI month ant that or her assistants at t
.
$ 80. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
1'Ihlh ' .Vmt nh I n"II"I1 "M.
The Eghlh Ward Hepublc.1 club hell u
meetng last night In Its hal at Ito corer
' .
of
o
Twonly.fourth and Cumlng streets , at
whloh many of the candidates for mcommtimtatio : a
thIs fail spoke. , \1 of time candidates said
Ihat t Ihcy were willing 10 become nominees I , :
but that I they did not catch any Illums
they would take oft their coats anti lght for
the rellublcln tcltt
John JenkIns started limo bal rolling. The
greater pari of his speech was elevated , 10
delallll time man ) good things the preach
county commissioners hod lone for Ihe
r ocunty and refutn/ the Insilualon that tbe
count ) olclrs were corrupt lIe wound up
by tchlimeg of his wilngness 10 be time next :
m maor of the city.
Charley Uni was then called for cud testi I-
led t 10 th : great interest taken In the comet
Ing i clmpalgn hy the People of Octeaha .
Olher canlldates who spoke were lhr ) 'anl L ,
Zimmermdn , Cochran , Thompson , Justic :0 :
Crash ) ' , Dalel' . Hathman and W. A. Justco .
The club 11 meet In SaulllerR hal two
weeks from last night and elect ofilcors .
,
0 SWEET-SAVORY-SATISFYING
$
$ SWIFT'S ' PREMIUM
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i HAS A D OMQN i
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Think of the thousands of hnmB
and bacon thl t go 01 t Crom South
f Olahl dutilyVo ! select hut the i
f best enC fur the brnnd"SWIFT'S
PREM IUM. " Smolm lightly-
trmmed nicely-extr lghty-
. mid-not
i salty . No man could male thom
bettor. i
For Sale by all First.Class Dealers.
_ SWIFT AND COMPANY.
SOUTH OMAHA. NEf3. .
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BOYD'S = .L.ST 1'1 1.--
This Tuesday Ev'ng , Augl 20'
LAST 1'LItl"OItMAN'u : 0.
HARRY WILLIAMS'
lug : ! clopolan Irolucton
Bowery Girl
V.tmIIM' , fbl8. New York .h" 15 , wery ot r
nllhi ot tied ( Iran , ! Ilreot I.\'ntel : \er .
I'.uii54tlt'5 or the lull.m. the louSIOI" or New
York ) ' Iroll'n , 1111 " , Jl ( .ompany . New
: nl' A 11\ I'on Til 1'V.OI'I.E.
Poual I'ur.s 5e , . ' , . .
: r. 7'c arch 11.0) )
" $
, n. _ _ _ _ . .
Dr. D. G. GOLDING
SPECIALIST.
IlscR8r or Ihe Nuse and Throal , Private , fikIn ,
luhuo'I. Nervu an.1 l'hrunlc U Irh'ate " . fkln ,
lion trru an,1 conUdeo" . ' . Cccii or write. 0mc .
hour tIn 8 a. m 10 8 I' , m , Iln\y. Cal , 3 wrll ll % . Con.
sulaton roruus , :0. 211.21 0lllla8 lak , 8 , II.
Cot' . 16th And Dodge stf'tS
011.1.NEi
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Reasons Why
Reasons Why
. A MaN SIOULD ICATH IN
ORCHARD HOMES.
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Because There Is There.-
i An nlmutlnut nll regular Iluf l for crops , coot hlCeZeR tram
I thee gulf tming thee SihUhithOr . n clmlto thnt wlllrmlt 111slu ) ni
Itutls of fruIt UI } , 'egotnbles , ncr ' rich sol , n Joel tll' ' , fnr1' .
lug couutr % ' . the best ciltunte . nil nbllhlH'O ; of lumbe' housc8
buit ) nt nelY low cot , ft'co filch , I very hoslnl enl kindly lOP'
uluton ( , good Imble schools. A sollon lie which sc'cro frost
rued lonJ wlnlof ! arc . Ilck Ing. Silmiiiuer ulghls nm nlwn's cool.
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WlnlC' nights rlcl col ii . A tllorotlghu invigorating , hcnlhy )
. arid ( ) Ielsnnt cilmeerUe. 'l'ho gt'l'li . 1llkcls i ! 10 wihin n few loUI8 .
. dlstlce : of yoru , TIre tcm ( Wi tl.ongo from 30 to 10 ) degrees.
I I No extrcmes. The water Is good. ' 1ho IIPollo ( n'o ; : Icnll ) ' and
pros porous. Gnllll fnlmlug and fl'ull gl'owllj tin ) ' 111 Ilnr you
: well Common sense wi tell evei'y , 111 to IU\l'st nlo ( Ida . 'L'ho
! J lulgmtou Is 10 tw ( South. It Is leherittihIe. . You cannot / afford
I to hot this ChIUl'O liS ! I Is n dtuty , yolu , owe yoeut'self nntl your
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! : unl , ' to look over this fertile Ieglun died spe whnt It ( will to for
you. Time . tide Is tuned lhnl WI ) . ' , ! olhhlJ will stol It. Nntule
nhs your olo'ls. Success Is sure to follow honcst labor Ill 10
risk of ftulhrer'e of ct'OI , hot whiis or lh'oulh uul'o stnrliug yeti In
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I the fnCl' Ot'gnnJ1o Into 'cluhs of three ( to five Cnm1cs. , Select
your hOle trued you wIll stayer regret it. Como amid see whnt the
i coumetu' ' Is. Address or roe U8 nt atey tiuie. All infoi'uiatlou
I cheet'fuly glvcu. I Is tIara now. ,
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ltoeiee'stt'm' laenies thut wur
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ni' ( ' $ 1.flS.
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1319 Fnrttniui Street.
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of tile celebrated Jewel Stoves and Rangcs. An investigation vIII convince -
vince 'OU of their excellence for cooking or heating ptlrpOSCS. A Jewel
Stove costs no more than fl2fl stoves of a much Inferior quality. Our
tradc-mrk on every stove Is an absolute guarantee of perfection.
Ask for a Jewel ; take 110 other. You vi1I never regret your purchase.
VM. L'YL.l ItCKE % ' & CO. , Omeinlen.
A. C. RA'iIER , Sotutle Omaha
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RSTORE
VIGOR
in , kuIt wtni eo . usa Cc , fleivoui De.litiy % , 1.on il Sezusi Power ( in eiehe
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IIEILMAN & McCONNFLlj DRUG CO , , I51 Dnd atreet , Omnba , Nob.
AthitSlhi1'hN'1'M.
Courtland Beach
OPEN EVERY DAY.
GRAND IIAND CONC'EIlT ItT TilE
Ft. Omaha Military 1' ' L
\VEIJNESIAY IWENING
Balloon Asceiisioii
aiid Parac1iite Leap
FINH IIOATING
AND UATIIING.
S\VITCIIIIA'E AN ! )
MIlt1tY.(1O-ROIND ,
ADMISSIONFREE _
BICYCLE RACES
AT BICYLI3 PAIUC
17th tuid Clsnricis St. ,
Wednesday Night , Auust2I
At 8 O'cloek
-I'ItOUiIAMM ) I-
Orre Mrie Nnvrce-11rs1 ; .riz. . ha ; seeanh , $ .
One Stile . Opemt , vIa. . A-l"ir.l utrize , $ i
set'on,1 , 17,5. ) .
'l'wo-Mtho ef.enaer fl'ya-Pirst rrIze. value
IS. second , $1. thU5. i : _
Two-Mule Oieim , Cites. A $2) 'iulrie , second , 213.
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T.'n3tie I'rof'-slenctl ( imtm iertze.
l"iv-Mtte Open. t'hies A--Viral prize , $3.5 ;
se'oent , $15 ,
Two-MIle Ortllnary-.Ilandsonme prIze.
4iMiIMlIMIIN'VS.
Oreighton Theater
PAXTON f nuifliliSS , 25iemmageris.
INAU CURAL ATTRACTION
Three NIghts and Saturday Matinee.
Coiiinidncliig Thursday , Lug. 22
CIIAItLEhI FItOIIMAN'ii
; L'IltE TI I EATEIt COMl'ANY'
From the Ermileire Theater , Now York , I'ro.
semethng Out
Tlht'IISDA'c' AND Fith DAY 1VIININGS
The 'WIAJQUERI.DERS
VItle time Ildmino etuit , scenery end effects ai
seen for 20) mulgiets at the Eucculre 'riceater.
SATUitiAY MATINEE.
LIBERTY HALL.
HATUIIDAY NIGhT.
SOWING TH1 WIND.
Settle of irices for ( leis engagement-
Emmtire lower floor , . . , , , , , , , , . , , , , , , , , , . $1.50
Htaii anti ullvrsie cimalma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.50
hJalcOfly , first three rows. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.0)
' , reext rows . . , , . , , . , , . , , , , , , , , , , , ,7
'a rear seats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25
Mattneo price's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .25c to . l.Q'J .
Sale of seats will open at box ofllco at the
Theater. Monday August 19 , at 9 a , in.
champ.
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