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T2 THE OMAHA DAILY BEE : TUESDAY , OVEMUttR 1 , 1808.
STREET RAILWAY SERVICE Changes Contemplated by the Company in Ita Winter Arrangements. . - - - - i % NEW CARS AND BETTER FOR ALL LINES boulli Oninlin to lln\e the Mint I3t- tennlve Improvement * home \ MT MmTnlUftl Of , lint Noth- Si-tMcil Aim tit Them , Now that the exposition has closed , and the Incident crowds disappeared , the Omaha Strcut railway Is preparing to rearrange Its service In the city. First of all the extra lines which have been maintained from licavenworth street and from Howard street to the exposition , along the North Twenty- fourth street and Sherman avenue lines respcctUcly , will be discontinued. Next the Podge stit-ct line will within a few days foil back to Its old terminus at Twentieth and Lake streets. The extra servlco on the two regular exposition lines will be maintained possibly for at least a week longer until the demand of the traffic drops back to Its normal condition. Whllo thu company has had Its hands full during the summer trying to meet the call for cnrs to accommodate the tremendous crowds In attendance at the exposition , It has not neglected preparations for the winter. It has ordered twenty closed bodies on the Btylo of the double door cars which have been used on the park line and the Fnrnam Htrect line during the past year , und most of these will bo mounted on the motors now used on the new long open cars which hauled their thousands to the exposition during the summer. These bodies wore expected before this time , but have not yet appeared. They will soon bo hero anil will bo put In use as Boon as they can bo prepared. They will probably be used on the Farnam nnd Park lines , and with those already on hand will fully equip tho.se lines with the best cnrs In the service. Sinitli Onmlin OetM Iletter Service. The South Omaha line Is not being for gotten. The company Is rebuilding the trail ers to bo used , putting on wider platforms , which nro closed up high with an opening through the guard rail just wide enough for a man to slip through sideways , which Is oxpcctcd to prevent one from falling through It In case of accident. The trucks will bo re arranged , making the car as easy riding as nny In use in Omaha , with the possible ex ception of the new cars. Some of these are now belne used on this line and have given excellent satisfaction. The leader or motor car on this line Is also being rebuilt. The platforms are being made larger , and carpeted seats will be experimented with for the first tlmo on that line , nnd the little stoves , such as were being used on the bet ter cars lost winter , will bo placed In thcso cars. The Interior finish will be better than ever before. The Walnut Hill service Is already about cm good , so far as cars are concerned , as It can bo made , and the Dodge street line , owing to the hills , cannot bo changed much ns to cars , further than to repair the mo tors to prevent their breaking down so frc- quent'y. The best of the cars remaining will bo fitted up In good shape for use on the Harney lines and the stubs In different parts of the city. The company Is now experimenting with fenders. It has four or live different styles , one of which Is now In UPC. The others will be attached to cars wlth'n ' a few days for trial.and after a thorough test the style which gives the best satisfaction will be adopted and all the cars will be equipped with them. The use of the fender , it Is be lieved , will go a long way toward preventing many of thu accidents which occur along the lines. Viv Mil I'M I'ntler | ) | N ( < IIMNI > II. The question ot new lines Is also being dis cussed Just now among the directors of the company , Inspired , probably , by the phenom enal business done during the period of tlic exposition. None of these schemes will be carried Into effect before next year , If then , but what to many ot the directors appears as the most practical scheme , and which at this tlmo possibly stands the best bhow of being put through , Is that of doing away with the Lake street stub , and running thu Dodge htreft cars over that line. It would not require n great deal of building to no- rompllsh this. j.ul. while It would not tomt Under the head of a new line , It would establish u direct service with the city whlcli would doubtless be appreciated by the rcsl- d.ents In the northwest quarter. Anothei director wants the line extended out Nortl : Thirtieth to Prospect Hill cemetery , bin nn officer of the company says that , while this line was one of the possibilities of tlu future , when It was built , ho thinks It wll start from Cumlng street , west of Twenty fourth , nnd go through territory which nov has no servlco. There nro other scheme ; talked of , but as there Is no Immedlati prospect of their being carried out It I : hardly worth the while to mention them. The now car barn which Is being bull nt Twenty-fourth street nnd Amen avenui Bhould bo completed by December 1 , accord ing to the contract , but the company does no expect to be able to use It before January 1 "When It Is finished It will be used to stor the Twenty-fourth street and Shormai nvcnuo cars , and possible those from Dodg street , wlille unseasonable cars will t > Htori'd In the space vacanted by the trnnsfc of these- cars from other barns. MetKlejolm Meetlntr. Assistant Secretary of War Mlcklejoh will speak at the grand rally to be held 1 South Omuhn Tuesday evening , November 1 at Blum's hull. This Is the only opportunlt that the voters will have to hear Mr Melklc John In this vicinity and a rousing meetln is anticipated by nil PRODUCE PRICES RULE STEADY Comnilixliiii MPII llniiillliiK .Muntly I'rull , but Still VoKHahlr * I'ltnl n llt-nity Hull- . The commission men report that prices are holding to nbout the name figures that have ruled for the last two weeks. They are pay ing moat of their attention to fruits , cspa- clally apples , at present and are not hand ling a great amount of vegetables. Potatoes are still coming In from Western Nebraska anil South Dakota of good quullty. The tarly Ohlos are selling at frum 40 to I , " cents a bushel. A quantity of onions are on the market. They nro mostly homegrown grown and are bringing from 35 to 10 cents a bushel. Nebraska celery Is selling at from 20 to 35 cents a hunch. There are apples In of nearly every va riety Hen Davlses , russets , winter reds , pannocks , wlncsapfl and pippliui. The greater portion of them are coming from New York and Wisconsin , which son nt $3. 0 a barrel. Iowa , Missouri and Nebraska arc furnishing some , the prevailing in Ice be ing from $3 to $3.25. The season for Cali fornia fruit In about over and the end of the New York grapes Is approaching. The lost will be In next week. There has boon a greater demand for game BO far this season than ever before. Pralrlo chickens are bringing from Sl.oO to $5 a dozen , teal ducks from $1.E > 0 to $1.75 and mallard ducks from $3 to $ .1.fiU. The iiuall season will begin Tuesday , the 1st of November , when the game laws go out of force. The prictr will range from $1.50 to $1.75. There Is more poultry on the market than there Is a demand for. Spring chick ens are Helling for 6 cents a pound and old chickens for 6 cents. Dr. null's Cough Syrup IB the best mcdl- olno fur pulmonary troubles. One bottle will convince you of Its excellence. Try It. Inhibitor * ' IJieiirnlon. The exhibitors nt the Transmlsslsslppl Ex position having : pres"ed n desire to visit the wonderful Black Hills before returning to their far away eastern and southern homes , arrangements have been made for n special low rate excursion from Omaha on Friday , November 1 , Macr | A. M. Wheeler , Who has been In charge of the Now York building on the ex position grounds during the summer , will accompany the party , and the representa tives of the Fremont. Elkhorn & Mlswnirl Valley railroad ( Northwestern line ) will BOO that everything possible Is done to make this trip a pleasurable one nnd long to be re membered by nil who go. The Black Hills Is n most Interesting study , with Its mountainous scenery , won derful caves , romantic legends , rich mineral deposits nnd the wonderful Hot Springs In the southern hills. At Hot Springs Is thp largest plunge bath In America , with water tit a temperature of 92 degrees the yea- round , just right for bathing ; fine hotels. After n hard summer's work there Is no better place than the Hot Springs of South Dakota and the Black Hills district for n person to go for rest nnd recreation. The very low rate of $16.10 , Omaha to Hot Springs nnd return , has been secured , and exhibitors or their friends who wish to take advantage of this excursion , leaving Omaha at 3 p. m. , Friday , November 4 , should at once notify Major A. M. Wheeler , New York building , Transmlsslsslppl Exposition , or G. F. West , city passenger and ticket agent , Northwestern line , 1101 Farnam street. J. n. BUCHANAN , General Passenger Agent. aiAUMPirCXT THAI.VS. Oninlin to Oilmen. The Chicago , Milwaukee & St. Paul rail way has Just placed In service two inag- nlllcent electric lighted trains between Omaha and Chicago , leaving Omaha dally at 5:43 : p. m. , arriving Chicago at 8:25 : n. m. and leaving Chicago 6:15 : p. m. and arriving Omaha 8:20 : a. , m. Each train Is lighted throughout by electricity , has buffet smok ing cars , drawing room sleeping cars , dinIng - Ing cars and reclining chair cars and runs over tlin shortest line nnd smoothest road bed between the two cities. Ticket office , 1B04 Furnam street , and at Union depot. Try to Stop rroNocntloii. An effort Is being rrudo by the frle-nds o ! William Dates , the electrician who Saturdav night attempted the life ot Una Tuckrr , a former sweetheart who has ot late spurned his advances , to have Miss Tucker drop the case against him. | When she appeared In the police court yes terday Bates' frlendi were there awaiting her. They prevailed upon her not to file r a complaint against Bates , but to return to 1 her home and talk the matter over with her aunt. She did so , after telling County At- i torney Honing that she would return Tucs- I day morning to inform htm of her decision. I Bates is still locked up In the city Jail 1 and Is very repentant. He say a his threats against Miss Tucker wore made while under the Influence of liquor. KitrrnilH Ml.o WildIIre * . You can't keep a good thing down. Newf of It travels fast. When thing" - "the best" they become "the best selling. " Abra ham Hare , a leading druggist ot Bellev I1" 0. . writes : "Electric Bitters are the bin selling bittern I have ever handled in inj 20 years' experience. " You know why' Most diseases begin In disorders of stomach liver , kidneys , bowels , blood and nerves Klectrle Hitters tones up the stomach regulates the liver , kidneys , and bowels purifies the blood , strengthens the nerves hence cures multitudes of maladies. I builds up the entire system. Puts new lifi and vigor Into any weak , sickly , run-dowi man or woman. Only BO cents. Sold b ; Kuhn & Co. . drugglsls ; guaranteed. YOU CAX.MJT 110 . \\YTIII.\0 Cf.SB If \ < n Want to fo Kn t except tak the "Northwestern Line" I you desire a fast daylight trip bctweei Omaha nnd Chlciurn , because no other llni runs a daylight train. Leaves Omaha 0:40 a m. , arrives Chicago S'lB same evening. Clos < connection with eastern lines. A good train Emphatically YES. City ofllce. 1401 Farnam. Her Grand European hotel now open , nie gant rooms , ladles' and gents' cafe and grll room. Cor 16th and Howard. * The way to go to California Is In a tourist sleeping car personally conducted via the Bur lington Route. You don't change cars. You' make fast time. You see the finest scenery on the globe. Your car Is not BO expensively finished , nor so fine to look at as ft palace sleeper , but It Is just as clean , just as comfort able , just as good to ride In AND NEARLY $20 CHEAPER , The Burlington excursions leave Omaha every Thursday , reaching San Francisco Sunday and os Angeles Monday. Porter with each car. Excursion manager with each party. For folder giving full Information , call at Ticket Olfice : New Depot : 1502 Farnam St. 10th & Mason Sts. Telephone ' .251) ) . Telephone 128 , CHECK WORKERJDN A JOURNEY ) nmlm roller " \Vntcli fur the Aplicnr- nncc of u Mnn Who In Mlotrtr Coming Thin AVny. The police arc watching for the appearance - anco In Omaha of a very plausible and suc- t'Rsful check worker , who IB duo to arrive In ho city within the next day or BO. Ho left Uirora , III. , several days ago for Omahn. It le has arrived ho has not shown his hand BE yet. The fellow goes under the name of Ralph J. Griffith and Is In the company of a very stylishly dressed woman , who IB only Itnown as Maude. Qrlfllth received $200 nt Aurora jy being Identified at the Aurora National iank by Rev. James Knox of Aurora , whoso acquaintance he made on his arrival In Att orn through a letter of Introduction near- ng the forged signature of Rev.V. . AV. turns of Oak Park , Chicago. From Aurora Griffith went to Cedar Rnptda , la. , and them forged the name of L. C. Goodman , the son of an Aurora manufacturer , to a check for $200 drawn on the Aurora National bank. Ho s supposed to bo working his way to Omaha iy easy stages. Chief Whlto was notified of his coming by Chief of Police Michaels of Aurora. For broken surra" s , sores , insect bites , turns , skin diseases , and especially pike , hero Is one reliable rerrcdy , DeWltt's \Vltch Jazcl Salve. When you call for DeWltt'a ion't accept counterfeit or frauds. You will tot be disappointed with DeVVItt'f Witch tazcl Salve The Only ilnllriuiil to Vlth a daylight train. Leaves Omaha 6 10 a. m. every day , arriving Chicago the same veiling at S 15shon close connections ro made with all lines beyond. This train Is CO year * head of the times and Is proving mmcnscly popular with Omaha icople. Other flying rains leave for Chicago at 4:65 : and 6:85 : o. m. dallv , fliv tlokpt nfflce , 1401 Farnnm St. . "Tho Northwestern Line. " AllltlNCIIKMttM. One of the admirable features of Ko fpr and Hal's well-known extravaganza , "Gayest lanhattnn , " which Is the attraction for next 'rlday nnd Saturday at the new Boyd thrn- cr. Is the excellence of the musical element f the performance. The score of the piece s by W. II. Batchdor , who IB very favorably mown as the composer of several popular burlesques. It Is written In a happy vein and Is bright with tuneful and lively airs. The gem of the first act I ? the solo "Susie Smith from Troy , " sung by Miss Jean Me- Imoyle , with n chorus of eight young women , At the Boyd theater on Wednesday and Thursday the great dramatic success , "Hu manity , " with Its elaborate scenic surround- tigs nnd thoroughbred horses and foj lottnds , will bo presented for the first time Ills reason here. The play Is ono of great nterest and strength , It Is said , the com edy being particularly well developed anil .he climaxes most thrlllingly worked out. TinTrnciiilcro. . The Trocadero bill this \ vok Is compO'Pi of eight of the strongest vaudi UI ' at'-.v lions the profe-slon nffor-JT oni Init itlght'i audience , which occupied the entire tfatlnj capacity of the house , were tiro'.t'e in O.i li compliments for each number on the pro' gram. The diminutive little comedian , Arthm Junn , assisted by Miss Mattle Nlch Is n their clever llttlo sketch , "The Soubrettt and the Bell Boy , " completely capture 1 the audience. Miss Pearl Hlght , In her imlta- : ions of Annlo Held , deserves all the prala : .ho critics have given her and * ho irmaln- ler of the program Is certi'nly ' worthy i .he applause which greeted each presenta- tlon. Every afternoon at 2Sn. : Night a\ \ 8.30. A ( irowlnBT C. N. DIETZ has opened an uptown lumbei offlce In the rooms formerly occupied by tin Union National bank , at the southeast cornel of Sixteenth and Dodge streets. THE SHERIDAN FUEL COMPANY , rep- rcfiented by GOULD DIETZ , Secretary and Treasurer will Jointly occupy these offices. This wll not make any change In the retail office o HERIDAN CQAL COMPVNY. VICTOR WHITE , Manager , will re alii his present location In the Board ol Trade building , 1C03 Farnam street. SHERIDAN COAL will be sold at botl places. Uetuihllriiii MoctliiK In Fifth AVnril The Fifth Ward Republican club will meel In Mallory's hall , 807 Kyncr street , Tues lay evening , November 1 , at 8 o'clock p. m lion. W. F. Gurlcy and others will speak The public Is cordially Invited. J. L. BAIRD , C. M. RYLANDER , . President. Secretary. City Hull Cloned. On all entrances to the 3lty 'nil ycsterilnj morning were posted signs to the effect tha the building uaa closed on account o Omaha day at the exposition and all thi office dcors within were securely locked During the course of the morning ono of th ntter.dants In each otllco were down : i open mall , but at no time were the olficc open. No city business of any characte was transacted. The committee of the whole meeting o the city council which takes place regularl ; rn Monday afternoon has been declared o < for the week. No other scheduled meet Ings are down for the day. MAfiNIKIC13.\T TRAINS To All Prlnc-liml 'VVontprn Point Vli Union Tactile. TWO trains dally. 4:35 : p. in. and 11:55 : p. n for Denver and Colorado points. TWO trains dally , 8:50 : a. m. and -1:35 : p. ir. for Utah and California points. ONE train dally , -1:35 : p. m. for Utnli , Idaho , Montana and Oregon points. For full particulars call at City Ticke onico , 1S02 Farnara St. IliilcN for Comity Committee. In accordance with n resolution adopte by the republican county committee lai Saturday afternoon , Chairman Rurbank ha appointed Kd Taylor of the Sixth ward , Y C. Akin of the Ninth , W. A. Paunders of th Fifth , Henry Inman of the First and Henr Wlttee of Chicago precinct as a commlttc to draw a set of rules for the government < the county committee. Also upon the advlc of the county committee Chairman Durban has reappolnted George Sherwcod as nn oil dltlonal member of his executive commltte from South Omaha , and J. H. Adams of th Fourth ward as another member of the sam committee. Mortality .StutUtlcH , The following births and deaths were re ported to the health commissioner durln the twenty-four hours ending at noon yes terday : ' Births J. W. Bowman , 230S Cumlnt girl ; Jerry S. Taylor , 112 South Twenty Llghth , boy Deaths B. F. Self. Leonardtown , Md. , 2 years , typhoid fever ; Lllllo Thompson , Thlr tecnth and Capitol avenue , 26 years ; Gladl Adams. 1055 South Eleventh , C weeks. FE DERAL BUILDING"NOTES. The postmaster hero has received no In structtons regarding the continuance of th i service nt the exposition grounds , and It wl be suspended after yesterday. The official i hope the day may yet bring orlo's fror Washington authorizing the service to b I continued for a couple of weeks , ' The commissioner of Internal revenue ha I decided that a quit claim deed which doe not represent a real value of over $25 I I not subject to tax under the new rovenu law ; but where the value of the Interei | conveyed by the deed Is more than $25 : should bear a npeclal revenue stamp. | , AMONG THE LETTER CARRIER ! L I C. 11. Newton has reported for work agal ' - after his regular vacation , John Woodruff Is taking his annual vaw II tlon of tvo weeks , and during his abaenc his work will bo looked after by 8ub tltul Bartloy. . SOUTH OMAHA NEWS. In Bplte ot Mayor Ensor's Inclination to pposo the closing of business houses here osterday nearly nil the prominent places closed at noon In order that the employes might have an opportunity of attending the losing exorcises at the exposition. The lacking houses \ > orlcJ for a couple ot hours luring the forenoon , but all but the regular \atchmen and a few others needed left at icon. At the stock yards It was the same. The work WHS rushed through and by noon most of the men were through for the day. 1 was a holiday hero In every sense of the vord , notwithstanding the fact that the mayor refused to Isstio n proclamation. As was expected , the attendance at the ichools was light and the teachers hurried o the exposition ns soon after thu closing ioura as possible. Molklejolm Speak * Tonight. At Blum's hall tonight Hon. George D. Uelklejohn , assistant secretory of war , will : alk on the Issues of the day. The re publicans of this city are making arrange ments for a rousing turnout and It Is ex- iccted that the capacity of the hall will be : csted. Several thousand handbills are to 10 distributed today at the packing houses so that every man employed here may bo notified of the meeting tonight. The ro- lUbllcnn commltteemen are alert and are doing everything possible for the cause. From Wednesday on Captain Austin will devote - vote all of his tlmo to the work in hand , he laving obtained a leave of absence from hie employers. MoKcrii In .lull. Joseph McKcrn Is In Jail , charged with jolng a suspicious character. U Is asserted jy the arresting officer , Hartley , that the prisoner worked a scheme on a stranger whereby he was benefited to the extent ot 2.40. The stranger was hero looking for n lob In the packing houses and McKcrn Is oportcd to have agreed to furnish him with i Job provided he was given a certain sum. The stranger , who goes by the name of John Doe , asserts that ho gave McKcrn the money and was then turned down. U Is expected that McKern will bo given a chance to ex plain matters to Judge Babcock today. That U Strcut Loop. It was stated .yesterday by persons sup. posed to be In a position to know that tin building of the loop around Twenty-slxtl and Q streets would commence In a few days A part of the old Emmett street line li Omaha Is being torn up and It Is understooi that the rails will 'bo used In laying the lee | line here. The street railway has the per mission of the council to occupy the street : needed and It Is expected that the work wll bo pushed as soon as the exposition rusl Is over. Ilonril of Kdncntloii Matter * . The next meeting of the Board of Educa tion will bo held on Monday evening , No vember 7. H was thought by many that thi board would meet lost night , but on accounl of It being a holiday the meeting was postponed - poned for one -week. At the next meetlnf Architect Davla will make his report on thi condition ot the new buildings and a fina settlement with the contractors Is lookec for providing the plans and specification ; have been compiled with. Stock Itrcclpifi. A comparative statement of the live stocV receipts for the ten months ending yester day shows 697,167 cattle , 1,628,050 hogs ant 962,323 sheep. This Is an Increase over th ( same period , of" time of last year of 8,82i cattle , 306,572 hogs and 438,624 sheep. Tin total receiptsfor , the , year up to date num ber 3,206,552 hcaiLof stock. . ionNp. Ell H. Doud ani | ivlfe of Boone , la. , an visiting trelnds hejo for a 'ay or two. A forty hours' ' devotional service com menced at St. Agnes' church Sunday night Ellis W. Skelton and wife , Thirteenth am O streets , announce the blrtu of it daughtt r Henry C. Richmond left yest-rc'ay for ; few days' visit with friends out In the state Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Brcomfleld , Twenty flxth and P streets , report the birth of i son. son.Miss Miss Grace Maxwell of the local telpplioni exchange has gone away on a month's vaca tlon. Patrick L. Hugbe.s , at one time a membei of the city council here , but now locatei In the east with the Cudahy company. Is , visitor In the city. There will be a meeting of Phil Kcarne post , No. 2 , Grand Army of the Republic this evening. Business of Importance wll come up nnd all members are urged to b present. Memorial services will be held this after noon at the First Presbyterian church eve the remains of Mrs. F. I. Gilbert. Re\ Dr. Wheeler will conduct the service an the church choir will sing. The remain will bo forwarded to Wisconsin for inter ment. A week or two ago Major Ed Hughes chief of the Louisville , Ky. , fire departmen visited the city and was shown through th Hammond plant by Captain Austin. Upo leaving Major Hughes promised to send Car. tain Austin a present and yesterday the lai tor received by express a Jug of tine old Ken tucky whisky. At the close of the services at the Fin Presbyterian church on Sunday evening Ai mand A. Tlbbets was married to Mrs. Edit A. Bayes. Rev. R. L. Wheeler performln the ceremony. The groom Is ono of th esteemed and popular young men of th ! city , while the bride Is equally ns we known , both having lived here for a numbc of years. After December 1 Mr. and Mr Tlbbcta will bo nt home at Mlllard , Neb. Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup will not inak now lungs , but It will euro Incipient coc IIATI2S SOUTH via Port Arthur Itoutr. On November 1 and 15 the Port Arthu route will sell round trip tickets to mo. all points south at half faro ( plus $2.00 Commencing November 1 winter tourh tickets will be placed on sale to all \vlntc re'wts. All Information at Port Arthti route office , 1415 Farnam street ( Paxto hotel block ) , or write Harry E. Moores , C P. and T. A. . Omaha. Neb Oninlin MuniifnctiirlnK IntcrrNtn I the I.rnil. The Carter Whlto Lead company ot Omah and Chicago received against all competitor a gold modal , first award on best white leai Tlir Xt' v Mrrci'r Hotel. We have stoani heat In every room an fifty baths. Will make a low rate for desirable board ers for the winter. Purity- Strength Is vvlmt everybody is alter In holcctin ; beer for homo consumption. Krttg Cabinet Beet , ' Hns these to u creator decree than an ; I other beer. And HO snid the judgus ( it ' nwardH at the exposition when the ; puva it Tiie Highest Award Possible Think of This When Yon Order The next case of boor for your homo FRED KRUB BREWING CO , , 1007 Jackson St. Oninlin STUDYUFIMPROVED ORDNANCE i\lii-rt Will tic Sent to to LI * an Int rMluntlim of ( iniiM In t MO O IT TluTi1. NEW YORK. Oct , 31. A dltpalch to the lernld from Washington S.IJB. Orders h.ivo iecn given to Commander E. C. Pcndlcton , .upcrlntendeiit . of the gun tactory , to pro- ted to England to Inspect the newest mcth- ds pursued there In the construction of guns , mounts , torpedo tubes , etc. He will r o Investigate undof-water discharge tubes or torpedoes for the battleships Maine , Missouri and Ohio , and the latest Improve- ncnts of the six-Inch rapid-firing gun. In his gun the powder and projectile are eep- rated. It Is the Intention of the ordnance jureau to equip no more protected or un- irotccted cruisers with topedo tubes , the uthorltles being pretty well convinced there s .no necceslty for them. Water discharge ubes will bo supplied to armored cruisers iiHl battleships. Captain Charles O'Neil's recommendation hut n uniform caliber of small arms bo adopted for use in the army , navy and maIne - Ino corps has attracted considerable at- cntlon. It Is expected that Secretary Long vin endorse a bill providing for co-opera- Ion In the present army and navy to obtain i uniform arm. It Is not believed that any great objection would be raised by the navy o Increasing the caliber of Its gun so that cartridges manufactured for them 'might be used for the Krag-Jorgenacn. "I life on the ocean \\nve" and a quart of Cook's Imperial Champagne , extra dry , Is ho nemo of happiness. Gold medal first award on Buggies , Car tages and Wagons. Exposition goods for nlo at a baragln. Transportation Building. .Inlnger & Metcalf Co. Dully TrtMiMin-y Statement. WASH1NTON , Oct. 31. Today's statement of the treasury shows : Available cash bal ance , $304,178,301. Gold reserve , $240,615- C51. o I -3 3 o a 3S S § § * w a S C. 1 ? a o s 2 a I * 4 > > 'o S to B = ! o n a -a ta . ta 1 3 a 2 3a I i I 2 S a 5 ! S o i o a n 1 = - * 3 y 2 r o > = > 2 11 b 2 5 B a m Is 2 1 ° " J3 - J | 5 a U Sherman's ' Eucalyptus Asthma Cure , This preparation Is a combination of Herbs and Ualsams. which have the effect of rclax- ng those particular forms of muscular con traction which effect the respiratory organs , nnd are known under the specific name , Asthma. Phthisis , nnd Shortness of Breath , Spasmodic or Difficult Breathing. lu Croup , Coughs , Colds , Whooping Jough , Etc. , among children , generate the vapor from a saucer or plate , and blow It towards the child , BO that it will be Inhaled ( the child need not be awakened If asleep ) . Breathing the vapor -will soon loosen the secretions , the cough will bocorao loose and free , loose Its harbh character and soon : ease altogether. Use the remedy liberally und confine the vapor to the room. Kor Whroplng Cough. Among all the remedies on the market for Whooping Sough there in not ono that can equal Sherman's Eucalyptus Asthma Cure. Some cf the herbs forming this preparation hav ing been used for scores of years f.r this purpose. The method of inhalation of vapor from the burning compnund Is a rational and effective ono when used as directed Imme diately above. Price of "Sherman's Eucalyptus Asthma Cure" 50c per can. Samples free. Sherman & McConneiiDriig Co Mlilille of Itloclt. ir ii St. , OMAHA , MOII. ALL iPtOPLE iWANT iGOOD HEALTH. You may have a course of medical treatment for CU11AJ3LE DISEASES * of all kinds at the JShepard Medical institute New York Life Bldg. , Omaha , Neb , Diseases of the Icings , Stomach , Kidneys , Nerves and Ulood. Uefer- ence , by permission , to 5,000 cured patients The largest medical ofllces and practice In the west. The Omaha H e , leading dally , says : "Tho Shepard - ard Medical Institute In entirely relia ble In a professional and business way. Dr. She-para und his associates have gained and fully maintained a loadlne reputation In the treatment of chronic UlHciu-ca. The public may safely trust them. " WRITF F'or testimonials from TV ' I i L. ministers , teachers , bum- nwts men , farmers , etc. . telling how they wt re cured at homo through the Mall System. Rnni' "Tho New Treatment ; DUUrv How It Curoo. " Is sent free to nil who write. It Is n clean inedlral work for tlip whnlr fnnillj to read and la of Krcut value to all who seek better health. Rook and Consultation Blanks sent fri-o to all Inquirers. Medicines sent everywhere Statn your case and Bend for opinion and lowest terms. Charges low. Con- tatlon free , personally or by letter. .Vcn' ( ( ti'a > " " TaSte \\lth you something to rrmemlii r the exposition nothinK nicer than ono ono of our Official Souvenir V Spoons Ours Is the oin > inl spoon IH mnnufnetuml Iiti us nnd htiH the "com- incite" heart on the nan- ill He sure uii'l eel thor r Kht one. 680 , W , Ryan & Co THU JHWKI.UHS , 1UU South 10th Ht' Now tluit the Exposition is a thing of the past wo want to say just a word to our city customers who have boon so tolerant during the busy time. We have been busy.Ve have been uncomfortably busy at times. Wo realize that wo have not been able to give as much time and attention to customers as we would like and frequently , perhaps , you have had just cause for complaint. Wo wish to say that , com mencing with today , we will bo prepared to take bet ter care of our patrons , and to give their favors the care aud attention wo usually give. Commencing to day , also , we will commence to open up now goods , in every department , and from now on you may expect - pect to read of unusual doings at the store that is always unusually backward to promise and unusually prompt to redeem. Tomorrow we will have a little story about ties new ties. L' m ' * ! ' Tlis Exposition 0 Conlinues The exposition of the best ready-to-wear clothing at Ilayden Bros , will be continued and increased. On Tuesday you can select from 300 covert top coats nt1.75. . They come in two shades of light colored coverts , are trimmed artistically , stylishly linedand strictly all wool , worth and sold elsewhere at $7.50. This special shipment will be sold Tuesday at $4.7f > . An eastern manufacturer has just closed out to us 775 fine kersey overcoats , made to retail at $2f > . An elegant assortment , in blue , brown and black , Skin ner's satin yoke and Skinner's satin sleeve lining , warranted to wear at least two years , fancy worsted body lining , panel backs , the new cut and new lengths , very fashionable , warm , well fitting , shape holding garments , on sale here Tues day and as long as they last for $12.50. This is the best value in overcoats ever put / on sale. / Men's frieze ulsters secured by us below manW ufacturer's cost will be offered at special \ prices this week a splendid line in blacks , browns and oxfords , goods that are actually worth and sold elsewhere at 810 , $15 and $18 you can buy here for § 5 , $7.50 and $10. Trunks and Valises. Anything you want in this line you can find here. Lowest prices and promptest delivery. All sizes and styles. Hats and Caps. The new blocks in all the fashionable shades are here to pick from. A regular § 1.25 fedora on sale at 75o. Men's $1.50 derbies and fedoras on pale at § 1. Men's winter caps in great assortment at 25c , 35c , 45c and 65c. Worth 40c to $1- ti Selling the Most Clothing in Omaha. Oriental Goods ? at AUCTION \ In the . . Streets of All Nations. Owing to the death of my brother I will close out all my Turkish , Egyptian , Soudanese , Algerian and East Indian goods at auction , commencing Tuesday morning , 10 o'clock In Streets of All Nations. Admission Free. Sales at 10 a. m. and 2:30 p. m. HABIB J. FARAH. , vfADE : ME A IVAW ! AJAX TAHLETo POSITIVE ! ( XltH A.LIJVrrtou * JtUfatcjt Falling Hem * ft7la [ > otenc7 , HloflpleasncMietc. . ciD r < l liv Abaio or othsr icewiM : onu In-lr crollouB , 'Jfiry ijtiirlttv aiut lurtlv nctoro It Vltnllt7 In old or young , alul Ittainauforstucly buelnnfttior mnrrlajf * . .i'r T nt InucItT cnj Consumption It taknn la tiuio. Tbelrn o ulinrt InmOitlalo improro. mont and ffect o l.'UUE nbore all other fall In. > I < C opoa hatlns the cepnlns Aim Tablets. Tlicr uivacarDiltliouiandsaDil ulllcurcsoo. tvorlre B ros * Itl'A rrrltt n coiranKw to tUnct n euro r iSOGTS.rl cuihcufocr rotund the money rrlco" . . . . . ; , ? packazai or six i < krc ( ( nil 'rcatuiintl for flip , lit mall , la plain wiuprr. nnnn ruc'll'tot rrii-o. ( Ircalur " " AJAXREAIEDVCO. , Kor sale in Uiuuh.i. Nib. > Ja I'orayth , 202 N IGth Kuhn A. fu 1- l > " 'l l 'UKlas , In Council UluffH by O Jl Hrown. Drus'st DR. R/IcCREW , SPECIALIST , TrcJU all Forms ol DISEASES AND DISORDERS OF MEN ONLY. ZOYE'RS EXP R-ENCE 12 Ytrt in Oitulu. Cfnn.iit.5n Frte. Bookfrtt , 0PceUtha. ( Farnam SU > i , " " OMMM. HF" For an up-to-date Western Newspaper Read The Omaha Bee TEfcTHjXTACTfcD ; ( 2b GEM'S. -PA.N7.BS3- . 0Rt mSUll DENTIST H.11 ( ACTION Uli Floor llrown Itlk. , 10th nnd Douxlii Gold Aloy lil.lng $1.00 Cold Filling $1.00 and up Go.d CMYDS $5.00 Set Teeth $5.00 nestle til $7.50 CUKE YOURSELF ! \ ! ! IlliMJ for unnatural iU'rlniril" , linUiiiiuailunt , Irritation * ur ukrntllc.ni Of llfllCOUI IIIHIllir DI-l. r < tiiiUft4 , Hti'l ' not aitrla * l 'Ut or IHIIHIUOUI. rr " 'nt wrair.fr. ' ' ' MT fpulrt , for - l.M. Use Wooilbury's Wondhury's Facial Soap Facial Cream Inxtanl re 11 fir udilni ; , tired foci. < > \ . cct-"i\i- ' | jfrnplrul"n , offenstv * oilur und It- rlUllons , in.iKcn thf xkln unvi-t RIK ! In ilthv 8uul JO c < nts fcr Jlratity Hook , nnd rerr v funi | < lo of earn , fri'e. JOII % u woonm'itv. m smt w. rhicuKo. and utri Chemlrul llldSt. ; . Louis.