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THE OMAHA DAILY BEfl : SUNDAY. NOVEMBER 20S)8. \ .
NINETY-NINE TO SEE A FAIR Omaha Will Witness a Repetition of the < Transmississippi Success , MASS MEETING RESOLVES TO PUSH IT Committee limit-acted to'Purclinne the Uulldlnic * n They Stiind nnd PromUril Hnpjtort In the J\ctv Unteriirliie , "Reserved , That this meeting Is In favor of an exposition In UD9 and wo hereby pledge ourselves to push the enterprise to the best of our ability and UMUBO our boat efforts for Its succces. " * ' This was adopted by a rising vote and with the unanimous approval of a crowd of citizens and business men that packed ihc council chamber In the city hall last night. The meeting waa called for a final dccls.on as to whether the' ' now exposition should be pushed to a finish and this was voiced In a scries of cnthuslartlc Bpecchw , which culminated In the action above stated. The men who have been the prime movers In . the enterprise up to date will close the con tract for the purcbaso of the exposition prop erty next Monday. Then the task of se curing aubscrlptlono will he pushed with ad ditional vigor , a corporation will bo organ ized and unless all elngs fall the task ot preparing for another great exposition will be falrry under way. , Thomas Kllpatrlck called the meeting 16 order and briefly narrated the steps that-had olrcady been taken. Ho called attention to the fact that the committee had only two days In which to make the preliminary can vass and consequently It had been unable to make Its work as complete as might be desired. On behalf of the committee P. E. Her stated that subscriptions amounting to $22- 900 had been received , In addition to the $25,000 that was turned In on the list that accompanied the proposition to the exposi tion directory. The banks , the street rail way company and other corporations are expected to elgn Monday. .Anted for itn Kxprmnlun. Mr. Kllpatrlck stated that It had not been decided whether another exposition should bo held or not. What was wanted was an expression from the people. If they did not want an exposition It was useless to push the matter further. If they did want It they should make It known in a manner that would leave no room for doubt. Jre Redman declared enthusiastically In favor of another exposition and succeeded In eliciting tbo first applause of the even ing. ing.H. H. T. Clarke referred to the success that was achieved under the most unfavorable conditions and declared that there are still a large proportion of the people of the east who have net been brought In touch witn It. With the prestige already secured and with more favorable conditions thcro la every reason to believe that a tremendous attendance from the east can bo secured. The people of our new colonies will want to conic to show their wares and the POD- V * a- plo of the east will want to como and I show them what they have to sell. Wo can have a bigger show than the old one and a great manufacturing enterprise. Wo can make the grounds more beautiful with what we have to start with and oven If It should cost $500,000 to ft-at the enterprise there ' * 'MB tvt would not bo a dollar of risk. m Mr. Her announced that some work Is already being done outside ot Omaha. Col onel Hamblcton Is working In Chicago and It Is exper.ted that at bast $25,000 will DO ral'cil inert1. The committee has alsi tele graphed to W. V. Morse at Boston to feel thu pulse of the New England manufactur ers on the subject nnd a number of gov ernment officials has promised to co-opcrata In the effort to secure a government ex hibit here next year. W. B. Taylcr suggested that this was a 'business ' meeting. That another exposi tion would benefit of Omaha admitted of no doubt and It was simply a question ot raising $100,000 with which to go ahead with the undertaking. Some New Stock Subscription * . Acting on this suggestion , a flfteon-mfnuto receea < w i declared In order to give those who desired to subscribe an opportunity. This was very liberally approved and sev- sral thousand dollars In subscriptions rangIng - ' Ing from $10 to $500 were added to the list Then -the discussion was renewed and thu expressions continued to favor another ex. poiltlon. II. J. Penfold called attention to the fact that while we had five months of exposition , the show had mainly consisted In the last two months. Consequently he thought Omaha was entitled to another ex position and bis observation was that thu general sentiment of the people was In favor of the enterprise. After complimenting the Omaha people on what had been accomplished In the last forty-eight hours , John W. Ryckman de clared that the proposed exposition would be of more material benefit to the weitern country than any which had ever been held. This country was entering on a colonial period and this exposition would be th distinctive Illustration of the new national era. Another Jtrong pica for the cntcrprlsu was contributed by John R. Key , and then Ernest Stuht Introduced the resolution en- lorslng the project. This was followed b.- an ther resolution by Harry Lawrey , by which the committee was definitely In structcd to close 'the deal for the property Monday. This was also adopted by a unan Imous vote and the meeting adjourned with the understanding that the undertaking waa a go. Trnvellnw Men Oppimc It. At a meeting of the Traveling Men's Transmtaslfislppl club held last night the following resolutions were 'pasacd : Whereas , The exposition recently held nt Omaha closed In a blaze of glory creditable - able alike to the management , to Omaha and to all concerned ; nnd Whereas , Believing an attempt to hold It another year would be unwise ; there fore bo It Resolved , That we , the traveling men covering territory tributary to Omaha , da earnestly protest against another exposi tion In 1S99 , knowing us we do that If it Is huld It will bo detrimental not only to the DCS ! Interests ot the wholesale , Jobbing and manufacturing trade of Omaha , but also to the merchants of the surrounding territory who are entitled to equitable treatment and whoso Interests would be antagonized by another exposition to such an extent that many will withhold their trade from Omal.a ; therefore , be It further Resolved , That we , the traveling men In convention assembled , withhold our support from any such movement. APROPOS OF ANNEXATION B. J. Corn lull Tell * a Story thnt Fit * the Subject Well. In his dtsciS'sslon of the annexation ques tion at 'tho ' Castcllar Presbyterian church G. J. Cornish made qulto a hit with the following Illustrative story , vhlch is worth repeating : . "A wayfarer on an unfrequented road heard cries as ot ono In distress. Prompted by natural feelings of humanity he drew his Eword and rushed to the rescue. As he approached the spot whence the crlo came he found that Uo men had bound the hands and feet ot a third and tvero In the act of despoiling him of his gold and jewels. At his approach the Bobbers fled. The victim was profuse In bin expression ! ) of gratitude and rendered thanks to heaven , saying : 'I was alone with tie ono to assist me and no ono likely to pins this road for days. Had not Providence led you to my rescue I should have been robbed and left here pinioned as you find mo to dlo a miserable death. 'I see in your coming the Intorposltl-n of a kindly Providence. ' Th rescuer received the gra'.ltuJe or the victim wltiu complaisance and responded : 'My friend , my coming In Indeed providential. I feel that I have been led by an unseen , all-wlso hand to this spot to drlvo off these miserable wretches and work good to the world. I shall not shirk the responsibilities thrust upon me In this solemn hour. Your Inability 'to preserve your wealth is evi dence of your unfltnc-FB to enjoy It. My humanltarlanlara deserves a material re ward. My friend , I am inspired to feel that It la your manifest destiny to be robbed again. ' " Mllon at Holy Family Church. Large crowds of all denomination ? attended the evening lectures at Holy Trinity church during the past week. Today it I0-3n there will be high mass , followvl by a fermcn by Father Van der Erdcn. and this evening at 7:30 : the solemn conclusion of the mission will take place. The evening exercises sv.ll . ccnslst of beads , sermon , solemn an.I tlio 1 papal blessing by Blhop Sunnell. \ * / - 1 ' K = f\ \ Mtfff A GALLOPING ANGEL ! ! ! "Uee-nhlzt Do you mean to tell me that that namby-pamby fiat , Insipid drivel Is Postum Food. > Coffee ? Take it away , and let mo burn Into your mind as with a red-hot poker , this fact Postum Is a delicious' beverage. 'Let mo repeat It. Postum Is a ci-tei 11.clous drink. 'Do you understand my language ? Postum is good , toothsome and satisfying. 'But when you serve It half boiled It tastes like Wow ! take It away. 'How to make It ? Perfectly simple plan. Boll It ! Boll It ! ! Boll It ! ! ! 'Tho flavor cannot bo brought , out of the grains until It has actively boiled full 15 minutes. "Excuse me , my dear , you did not boll that Postum 15 minutes. You may have had the pot on tho'stove that long , but thai won't do. When tbo actual bubbling and boiling begins take account of your time , and then allow full 15 minutes for genuine boiling. "Use four heaping teaspoons of Postum to the pint of water , and when It has properly - erly boiled you have something to be proud of. "When a man wants Postum , he wants It to taste good. "There Is ono sure and unfailing test of the truthfulness of the cook. If the Pos- turn Is good she has properly boiled It , it it la flat , she has not , and no excuse will change that fact. "Ono cup of Poatum Food Coffee made right makes one a friend forever. fit you liuve been poorly icrveil , try ttuulti our way. You Trill not be dUniipalnted. " If your 111 feelings don't give way to medicines , try leaving off coffee a while. You may bo ouo of that great army of active , bright , highly organized Americans that coffee acts upon as a , slow , sure and pertlsteut poison , that first affects stomach and heart , then liver , bowels , nerves , weak eyes. . ptc. , finally drifting Into paralysis , can cer ot stomach , heart disease , or some kindred evil. Some people seem to drink coffee and w .laky without 111 effects , but when a man or woman finds that Incipient dlaeaso persists In banging about them , It seems the part of wisdom to Irok to the cause , Tbouttnds of brainy Americans have found that cauw right In their beloved and unsuspected coffee cup. A trial cf ten days to n month without ooffee , but with Postum Food Coffee ( prop , erly made ) In Its place , will tell the tale , and If you find your troubles gone , your eye bright and step elastic , with a feeling of energy sufficient to do your dally work and enjoy life , you may be sure you have spotted the worm that has been "hidden under the bark. " f Como along , now , and take an Inventory of yourself. Bee if wo can't quit being tick cranks , and put our machinery In shape , so we can do something la this busy world. * PLANS OF ILLINOIS CENTRAL Naw Koad Hopca to Reach Omaha Before July 1,1899 , , LOCATING ENGINEER IS RUSHING WORK I'lnti and Profile * of the Konte Made nnd Contract for Untiling One Section of the Itonil- hed In Let. The Illinois Central railroad Intends to have tralus running Into Omaha by July 1 , 1899. The work of the civlr engineers of the company , who have been working in . estcrn Ion a for some necl > s , Is progress ing rapidly and the first contract for g.adlng has been awarded to James II. McShane & Company of Omaha. Under the direction of Locating Engineer Urafton of the Illinois Central four parties of surveyors are now at work on the pro posed Hue betncen Fort Dodge , la. , and Council UlufTo. Mr. Orafton has opened of fices In the McCaguo building , Fifteenth and Dodge streets , In this city. Thcto la considerable work In making the pfat of the new railroad Into Omaha being done The four engineering parties are distributed about equal distances apart. The central headquarters of the engineering corps arc maintained at Dcnlson , la. , and tho.sur veying parties are working In two direc tions , north and south , from there. During the lost week a great deal of work has been accomplished In the ten miles north of Council Bluffs. At the point of the .Missouri river known as "the narrows" con siderable rlprapplng 1ms been done. A largo gang of men with a couple of ferry boats uas brought In there the flint of last week and the work of rlprapplng has been steadily pushed since then. As the new line will closely follow the course of the river northward from Council Bluffs this work Is necessary to protect the road bed and track from the Incursions of the river. Contract far Cirndlnnr Let. The contiact for grading the flrrt fif teen miles ot the now road , from Council Bluffs In a northerly direction to Lovcland , la. , has been awarded by the Illinois Cen tral at Chicago to James H. McShano & Company of this city. Mr. McShane and Engineer Grafton returned from the new route laic last evening. The former has already established his camps Just north of Council BlufTs and \\IIf start to work to grade for the new road on Monday moru- Ing. Ing.The The contract awarded calls for the com pletion of the work by May 1. With favor able weather the work will be completed within four months. When the contract was given to the Omaha company It was urged to do the work In as expeditious a man ner as possible. It was Informed that the Illinois Central wanted to run Its trains Into Omaha by the Fourth of Ju7y of next year. Tmo hundred teams will bo set to work by Contractor McShane bright and early on Monday morning. The work will glvo em ployment to us many laborers as thcro are seeking work In this vicinity today. The tie camp ot Contractor McShano at Bhcr- | Ulan , Wyo. , where a gang of men has been i at work cutting railroad tics for four years , ; his teen temporarily abandoned and the men employed there arrived hero yesterday morning to help on the grading work for the Illinois Central. The route of the Illinois Central from Council Bluffs north will run between ono mile and two miles west of the tracks ot the Chicago & Northwestern. By the Northwestern road the distance between the Council Bluffs station and that at Loveland - land Is 18.7 miles. By the Illinois Central the distance ( between these two towns will be exactly fifteen miles. The saving of four miles will be made by not having as many curves as there are in the Norm- western track. Treaties and Brldgea. A Jarge amount of trestle work will be done between Council Bluffs and Loveland. Three or four long stretches of trestle will also be built to carry the road over low lands. This work will < bo done by the Illi nois Central , or let by the company to reg ular trestle builders. There will also be a number of bridges huilt In the first fifteen miles , as several creeks are to bo crossed. Boyer creek Is crossed no less than three times by the route that has been laid out by the locating engineers. The bridges over these creek crossings will be durable structures of Iron and steel , with foundations of solid ma sonry. The contracts for these have not yet been let , but they will bo built on plans furnished by the engineering department of the railroad company. The work"of putting In the trestles and of erecting the bridges will fc How close upon the grading , 'so that the rails may be laid early In the spring ot next year. DENVER & GULF IS SOLD nrnrftnnlintlon Committee of the Union Pnclflo Pay * Nine Million * and a Quarter for the Road. PUEBLO. Colo. , Nov. 19. Nine millions and a quarter Is the price the Union Pa cific , Denver & Quit railroad brought at foreclosure sale In this city this afternoon. The reorganization commltteo wa * * the pur chaser and Its representative , E. C. Hen derson of New York , was the only bidder. The sale was to satisfy the consolidated mortgage covering the property rf the com pany and the lines it had absorbed , the Denver , Texas & Gulf and the Denver , Texas & Fort Worth. The trackage sold Is nearly 1,000 miles In length and Is located prin cipally in Colorado and New Mexico. The sale waa conducted by Marshall E. Johnston , special master. The transfer to the new company Is expected to be mads January 1 , when the name will be the C lorado & Southern. The present receiver , Frank Trumbull , Is said to bo slated for president. Will Not Follow U. A O. Cnt. PHILADELPHIA , Nov. 19. The Pennsyl vania railroad will not meet the cut In the paascnger rates between Plttsburg and Phil adelphia and Plttsburg and New York that has been announced 'by the Baltimore & Ohio railroad. George W. Boyd , awlatant general agent of the Pennsylvania road , made a statement to this effect today. Mr. Boyd added : "Wo think it win only require a very brief time to demonstrate to thu Bal timore & Ohio officials the mistaken policy they have adopted In placing such rates IP effect and that they will be withdrawn In Interest of their own revenue. " Raitlionnd FrelKht Shli-nient * . CHICAGO , Nov. 19. Eastbound shipments for the week ending November 18 were 91- DS5 tons , against 97,605 tons for the previous week and 47,901 tons for the corresponding week last year , divided among the different roads as follows : Lake shore , 16.270 tons ; Michigan Central , 16,701 tons ; Wabasb , 4,989 tons ; Fort Wayne , 14.311 tons ; Pan handle , 15,772 , tons ; Baltimore & Ohio 9,640 tons ; Grand Trunk , 9,072 tons ; Nickel Plate , 3,697 tons ; Erie. 12,713 tons ; Big Four , 2,240 tons. fievr Strom Engineering Club. The new steam engineering club which is being organized among the young engineers of the city held Us first meeting Thursday evening at the Young Men's Christian as- sxlatlon , .Thcro was a good attendance and great Interest was manifested. Everything Indicates that the club will be a success , and that It will offer to men Interested In steam engineering and In other subjects con nected therewith on opportunity for practi cal help that no ono can afford to miss. The lub will be open to a men Interested In steam cnKlnfortng , electrical engineering and refrigeration. The following temporary of ficers were elected : President , W. B. Stark ; vlco president , W. S. Johnson ; secretary , E. H. Miller. Committees were selected aa follow i : Committee on program and courw of study , Mcisrs. Stark , Miller and John- Ron ; commute on promotion and member ship , Messrs. Flnley , ftchrocder and Podle- tuck ; commltteo on constitution , Messrs" . Malcom , Johnson r.tul Babcock. The next meeting of the club will bo held next Mon day evening , at S o'clock , at the Young Men's Christian association. Evcrjono ItitcresteJ Is Invited to attend. SOUTH OMAHA NEWS. Congressman Mercer was In the city yes terday afternoon and made the announce ment that Fred J. Etter of the firm of Ettcr & Son * , grocers , had been recom mended for appointment as postmaster of South Omaha. This recommendation will settle a long fight on the part of numerous candidates who lyivo been looking for the plum. Mr. Etter Is ono of the pioneer business men of South Omaha , a prominent German citizen , an old soldier and an ardent re publican for the lost thirty-five years , hav ing voted for Abraham Lincoln In 1863. Mr. Elter enlisted as a private In Company A , Thirty-second regiment , New York vol unteers , April 20 , 1861 , and served nt the first battle ot Bull Run , the regiment being afterwards assigned to the Third brigade , First division , Sixth army corps. Follow ing this Mr. Etter took part In the battles ot McClellan's Peninsular campaign , South Mountain and Antletam ; the campaign of the second Bull Run and Fredrlcksburg and was discharged June 27 , 1863. Immediately following his discharge Mr. Ettcr ro-enlUted in Company G , Fifteenth Now York cavalry , nnd served until the close of the war. While In the cavalry Mr. Etter took part In numerous engagements In West Virginia nnd Hunter's raid to Lynchburg. The rcgl- ment was later attached to the Third brigade - ado of Ouster's cavalry division and finally discharged at the close of the war. Mr. Etter located In South Omaha In 18S9 and has been a resident of the city ever since. He has always taken a prominent part In republican politics and In this he has been assisted by his two sons , wno reside bore. Shortly after McKlnloy was electrd the people began talking about Mr. Ettor for postmaster. The fight has been made principally by the young republicans , who demanded recognition , but with one accord all of the candidates for the office called on Captain Ettor yesterday afternoon nnd offered him their congratulations. Cap tain Etter ihas decided to appoint as his deputy Harvey D. Mosely , president of the Young Men's Republican club. As soon at the official notification Is received Captain Ettcr will file his official bond , which will be In the neighborhood of $73,000. This nonei Is expected to arrlvo some time during tar coming week , but Captain Ettor will not take charge ot the postofflce until tbo bond IB approved by the authorities at Washing- ion. Stock 1'nner * CoiiNolldat * . The Drovers' Journal , ono ot the leading stock papers In this section ot tbo coun try , went out ot existence yesterday and In Its stead will rise up Monday morning the Dally Drovers' Journal and Stockman. This new paper has been formed by the consoli dation of the Drovers' Journal and the Stockman and will bo Issued by the latter corporation. The Drovers' Journal company has sold its subscription lists and advertis ing business to J. H. McCulloch , trustee , and a company combining the Stockman , and Drover * ' Journal plant will be estab lished nt onco. The Drovers' Journal wa * originally founded In 1887 under the name of the Hoof and Horn. Later It was merged Into the Drovers' Journal , until now tht combination of the names of the two stocl papers makes the name the Dally Drorera' Journal and Stockman. Pushing n. Deep Sewer. Work on the sewer In the alley between Twenty-fourth and Twenty-fifth street * anfi A and D streets Is progressing as rapidly or could bo expected. The average depth of this sewer is twenty-four feet and It has been suggested that property owners hav < connections made to the lot lines now _ In order to save expense. Should this bo neg lected and the excavations filled the cost o making the connections would be nearl ) double what It will bo while the trench Is open. Many of the property owners are taking advantage of the opportunity now , but some are not aware of the expense of connections otter the trench Is filled. This sewer will bo completed and in operation before real cold weather sets In. . Manic City Goimlp. Watch repairing. Colemon , Jeweler , Sll ! N street , South Omaha. A case of measles IB reported 1n the Kovert family at Twentieth and J streets. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hahn , Twenty-ninth and R streets , report the birth ot a son. Bishop Worthlngton will speak ot St Clement's mission In the Third ward tbl. evening. A business meeting of the Mohicans wil bo held at Christie Brothers' office Mondfe evening. The flrrt quarterly conference of the Meth odist Episcopal church , will be held on No vember 22. Fred Hoffman , who broke Jail last June was arrested on the streets yesterday b > Officer Aylward. George Marshall , Twenty-fifth and t streets , is confined to his home with an at tack cf rheumatism. "The Sure Word of Promise" Is the topic of Rev. VanWlukle's sermon at the BaptU church this morning. Gospel meetings will bo held every night this week at the Baptist church with tin exception of Saturday night The paid firemen's boll will be held CL the etcnlng of December 23 , Instead of a month earlier , as previously announced. Frank J. Morlarty , cashier of the Packers National bank , has gene to Dakota count } to spend Thanksgiving week with relatives "Reflecting God's Glory" will be the topic of Rev. 1.award's morning sermon at tin Episcopal church. In the evening he wll speak on "The Incarnation. " Fay Donham has been sentenced to thlrtj days in the county jail by Police Judge i Babcock. Denbam waa charged with obtain ing go-ds under fiilse pretenses from Wclsl & Co. John Hurley , alias "Red Muzzle , " held a glo.nl firecracker In his band a little too long Friday night and H exploded , tearing awa > a portion of bis hand. Dr. Furay dressed the wound and then recommended that the patient bo &ent to the county hospital. Special services with an appropriate musical program will be conducted at the First Presbyterian church this mcrnlng The choir , composed ot Mrs. Nellie G. Sage Mrs. Lizzie Munebaw , Mrs. Carley and Mr J. B. Smith , will sing a number of selections Mrs. Lucy Eads will preside at the organ Alpha Rcbekah lodge No. 44 , Independent Order of Odd Fellows , elected the following officers at the meeting Friday night : Mrs Ella Calif way , N. G. ; Mica Cora Gosney V. G. ; Miss Fannie Gosney , secretary ; MUs Sarah Goldstein , financial secretary ; Mrs Nancy Sherman , treasurer ; Mrs. Sadie Dare Mrs. Melleca Talmage and Mrs. Mattle Clark , trustees. George Patterson has been sent up to the county Jail frr fifteen days for being a sus picious character , and his pal. Walter John son , has been given the same punishment. These men were sutpcctfd of holding up a saloon keeper a few B Is nta ago , but the ' liquor dealer failed to identify them. As | Judge Babcock knew them to bo bad men be imposed the sentence noted above in order to keep them out of the way for a ' few day * . Take dinner at Hotel Boulevard today. BLOOD HUMORS' ' Skin Humors , Scalp Humors , Hair Humora , ) ansai anl Maintained by Humor Ge.ms In the System Rens-na Why Cutljura Re olv- ent clicceecU Whan Puytl- ciana Fail. Of all the remedies for the purincatlon ot the biooU and clrculatlnc fluids none approach preach , in specific raadlcal action , the won derful properties of CUTICUllA RESOLV ENT. In forty minutes after uklng tue first dose It may bo detected by chemical analysis In tlio saliva , sweet , fat and blood , showing It has entered the circulating fluids , made the entire circuit of the human laby- rlnih many limes , and becotnu a part of those fluids which pass through the pores , tubes and vessels of the skin to the surface of the body. But It doe * more than this. It Is a powerful purifying agent and liver stimulant. It neutralizes and resolves way ( hence Ita name , RESOLVENT ) scrof ulous , Inherited and any other humors , which float In the blood and which give rise to swelling of the glands , palne In the bones and torturing , disfiguring eruptions ot the fckln and scalp , with loss of hair. CUTICURA RESOLVENT extends Its pur ifying Influence by means of the pores to the surfacei of the skin , allaying Irritation , Inflammation , Itching and burning , and soothing and healing cxtirnal humors , be cause of Its power to neutralize HUMOR ORRMS which float In the blood and cir culating fluids. Hence Its PUCCCJH In the treatment of distressing humors of the skin , scalp and blood , with less of hair , which fall to bo permanently cured by external remedies alone. CUTICURA RESOLVENT Is .therefore , not only most Important In tru cure of all external humors , as well aa In- terjial , but moat economical , hastening the cure and Insuring Its permanency. CUTICURA RESOLVENT exerts a gentle but constant Influence upon the bowels , liver and kidneys , purifying the fluids or tbeio organs and maintaining them In a normal condition of health , thus removing a common cause of yellow , niolhy , greasy skin , and moro or less of pimples , blotchc * and blackheads. Many forms of debility , for which no cause can bo discovered , are duo to the presence of humors In the blood , bones and fluids. CUTICURA RESOLVENT possesses , In the highest degree , humor-expelling properties , and at the same tlmo act * as a gentle aperi ent , diuretic and digestive. It promotes thr general health , while Insuring the oxpul ilon of humors , which manifest thomselveti n the obscure forms of rheumatism , gout. Icldnoy pains and liver troubles. Mothers are assured of the absolute pur ity of CUTICURA RESOLVENT and It * freedom from any Ingredient that Is In thr least objectionable in action , taste or odor. It Is , therefore , readily taken by children of all ages and conditions and should bt freely given on the first appearance of hu nors , whether simple , scrofulous or heredit ary. It Is also a mother's remedy , regulat Ing and strengthening the maternal func tions , while purifying the system of ulcera- tlve weaknesses and debilitating humors. Certificate * of Us purity from the highest analytical chemists of the state of Massa- : husetts accompany each bottle. CUTICURA RESOLVENT Is pharmaceuti cal I y and scientifically perfect It Is pre pared on a scale that Insures the greatest value for the least expenditure. It Is pre served , when completed , in block tin lined tanks for a long period , acquiring stability , and that round , rich , appetizing flavor that comes only from age. While according to other alteratives and blood purifiers all the praise they deserve , none approach CUTI CURA RESOLVENT In the possession of el' ' the virtues essential to the expulsion of humors , whether external or Internal , and : ho promotion of health , strength and lango- vlty. It is , therefore , economy to take CUTICURA RESOLVENT on every occa- 3lon possible , while using CUTICURA ( oint ment ) , and CUTICURA SOAP externally , as the readiest means of Insuring a. speedy , permanent and economical cure and realiz ing that greatest of human blessings , "a skin without a blemish and a body nour ished with pure blood. " 3ENEDICT "HOME" AFFAIRS Vimoclntcd Chorltlc * Caring for the Inmate * While the Authorities De cide on Fate of Promoter * . Secretary Laughland of the Associated Charities and Rev. A. W. Clark of the Child Saving Institute wllr endeavor to secure transportation back to Jollet , 111. , for Delia Reed , Esther Dcane , Susan Warner , and the'.r eleven children , brought to the alleged swind ling charltabfe Institution , known a * the Emergency Home , which was raided by the police last night. The other inmates will bo qlven transportation to their home cities later. One of the Inmates , who Is a con sumptive , and others who have no homes or relatives , will have to be cared for by the county. For the prevent the twenty Inmates of the home wltt be cared for at the head quarters of the Associated Charities , at 1S10 St. Mary's avenue. County Judge Baxter has also taken a band In the matter. The name by which It Is better known among the enthusiasts who are In various ways Interested In It Is the "Good Tidings" Homo. A few days ago the woman who has been soliciting for It , Mrs. Crtsman , brought habeas corpus proceed ings before Judge Daxter , alleging that her 11-year-old daughter , Stella , was being de tained by a Mrs. Carson , living In tbo vicin ity of Second and Bancroft streets , for board. The Judge took the child away from Mrs. Carson and placed her In the homo provisionally , pending the final bearing of the affair. Yesterday , however , he made an order to have ihe child returned to Mrs. Careen until the case can be determined for the reason , as he raid , that he did not cocelder the home a proper place In which the ohlld shouM be kept. Douglas county , through County Attorney Baldrtge , has brought action In Justice Foster's court against Mrs. A. Benedict anil Mrs. CrUman , heads of the defunct Emerg ency h me , to recover $100 , that being the amount the county brilves It was damaged by reason of the women bringing fourteen paupers from other states Into It and leav ing them on Its hands. Thf women were served with the notice of the county's ac tion by Constable Hardy of Justice Fos ter's court yesterday afterno n. The case Is set for Wednesday , November 23. The police have not , as yet brought criminal nroceedlngs against the women and proba bly will not. Noeilleworlt Gnlld of America. The'annual meeting of the Needlework Guild of America for the distribution ot gar ments to our hoipltsls and homes of the city will bo held Saturday , November 26 , at 2 p. m. at the home of Mrs. John Field , 1024 North Thirty-ninth street. All the ladles who have been Interested In soliciting garments will please notice the change In late and place ot receiving them. By order of the president. MRS. CHURCHILL PARKER. The sooner a cough ur cold Is cured with out harm to the sufferer the better. Ono Minute Cough Cure quickly cures. Why suf fer when such a cough cure Is within reach T U It plonBaat to the taste. BALM AND HEALING Breathed Straight into the Diseased Air Tubes Cures Bronchitis and Arrests Catarrhal Consump ion so Common and so Fatal in This Climate. Tlml | eotile nrr tiring enroll of Chronic Oromhltlti nnd of tmlpiunt 1'atnr- rhal Consumption , and uirod pennunontly , Is not n matter of surrrlpo to those who nave Investigated the new tr ntment of the Bhepard Medical Institute. They know It Is the only treatment that tan reach nnd heal tlio latnrrhnl soreness in the deeper sltuu- Thp okl-fnohloned method of trying to rrafh the Hronchlnl Tubcw by Blvinu medicine cine- Internally failed. The old-fashioned rmtliod of trylnK to reach tin Ilronchlnl Tubes by spraying the Nose and Throat was wori-e than fnllure. .1 ? ? Prfty on'y ' reached the membrane * or ino Nose and Throat , and ftolutlotm used 'n ' spray by some doctom contained Irritat ing dnifrsi that Instead of healing nnd sooth ing f.'d the flames of the dlFcnse. Itend what patient * niiy rcunrdlnu the Wonder of relief thnt the treat ment of the Shcpnrd Mdlcnl limtltnte provident It reaches every sore spot from the orl- nco of the Nose to the deepest port of the L-unps. It carries- healing nnd health , oothes , nuUts nnd cures ths membranes ! ? ulhe iIead- ? T.hroat and Bronchial Tubes genial , grateful nnd health- producing glow , till the sere places IOB their soreness , the dry Throat become- moist nnd natural , the Voice los ft its .u & . r"8Pl"R character , the dropping In the Thront reafcs , the Irritation ! H ttone , the sore spots nlong the Bronchial Tubes nre hciiled , the Chest no longer fe'ls racked ? ild l'"iiscd. thf couch has disappeared. the Chest expands naturally again. THE MICHOHCOPI3. The Tronilerftil power of the mlcro- oone In dlmtnonl * IN well known The expectoration * front the Innti * nnd the accretion * of the kldncyr yield their neeretn under It * power- 'nl nld , MO that neurntu linowtcilK * mnr he gotttcn by the doctor. In nun- ipctcd If lit iiejor Ittnir affection * ( In mlcroicopc ntforiU the royal tent mutant patient * may ntlllce thin fal well n * thoNc who conic to tin- iiUlce. WEAKNESS , SuRE LUNGS , . PAINFUL COUGH AND SHORT BREATf Mr * . Emma Mnnror Oxl/nlno n. In i "There In no guesswork about what your medicines have done for me. My husband and myself are positive It It through you that I have been restored from : i serious lung disease that threatened my life. "I nurtured with throat trouble nil my lift ) , always taking cold even without ex posure , we were not u consumptive fam ily , having only severe thtoat disease. The family physician said he was afraid In tltna It would KO to my lungs , My nyrpptoms were progressive emaciation and weakness , sore lungn , painful couch and short breath. I also had at times fever , ihllls , night iweats and slight hemorrhages. " 1 jiue yael lie w at . ar. . Mlt II a'lv ' my vitality became so low that I had sinkIng - Ing spi-llB , attacks of heart-weakness and Insomnia. Home physicians wcro very kind HONOR THE MOTHER GENERAL Special ExercUe * Hold at tlic Convent of the Sacrrd Heart I-ant Evening , Special exercises wore held at the convent of the Sacred Heart yesterday evening In honor of Mother General Dlgby. A stage had been built In the parlor on a movable I platform and arranged to represent a j giotto. Here an operetta , written by the Bisters of the house , was presented by thirty of the young ladles , gowned In white and typifying various flnwors. There was the Illy , the rose , the violet and tbo forget- me-not each appropriately represented by the children and maidens who told of their virtues In song and verse. During the progress of the operetta the girls wove their flowers into garlands and nt Its close they presented them to the ' mother general. Then Miss Mary Cotlman i told , In verse of her own composition , the . story of "The Valiant Woman , " paying a I tender tribute to the beloved visitor. The ribbons of M ry , which are given for polite ness of deportment and gcod conduct , were distributed by Mother Dlgby and the exer cises doted with the Binding of an Are Maria. At the close of tbo exercises the mother general expretsed herself as highly pleated with the reception that bad been accorded her by tbo local bouse and complimented the Bitten and pupils on the excellent exercises doing nil thry could to relieve mo. but I rn no d rldcil benolH until I employ d tlio Shcpard Home Treatment , which 1ms mada it n hialth Is up to n hlrh ntnndard , nnd everyone ono of the serial s symrtoms I liuve notril nuove. has ylrldfil to ur. Hheii.inl mllil nuxllcntlon. I have been entirely well now for several years. " CATAitini or Tim iinoxrui.u. TUMI-IS , on i iKfvrinTiv. When cntnrrh of the heml and throat l loft unchecked It extends down the wind pipe Into the brotuhial tubes , ami after n uhlle attacks the hums , "Ilnvo you a cough ? " 'Art- you losing llesh ? 'Have you n pnln In the nldc ? " 'Do you tnko cold easily ? " 'Havo you stltchM In the side ? " 'Do you rough until you KOK ? " 'Do you ralsa frothy material ? " Do you spit up yellow matter ? 'Do you cough on going to bed ? " 'Do you cm u 'Is your cough short nnrt hacklni : ? " Ho you Kplt up little rhoey lumps ? " In thcro a tlckllnp behind the painter * "I'tivo you n pain behind the breastbone - bone ? " 'Do you fcol you nro prowlnir weaker ? 'Is there u burning pain In the throat ? " If you have tin so ? symptoms you have Catarrh of the Bronchial Tubes. Auvicn. No clinrKc I" ovrr iiinilc for eon nl tntlon , oMiintitntlon nnil full opinion In nny vnnp cltJicr In tlio olllor or Ity mnlt. If jou cnnnot come to tlir otllro write for n nporlnlly incimri-il r l > - oiu lilntik nnil get Dr. Slicnnrd'H oiiln * ton of jotir trouble. DEAFNESS WITH ROARING NHSES COMPLETELY CURED Mr * , n. II. Hlnr . Norfol'- -1i. . wlfo of the old-time Union Pacific engineer , nmkoB this statement : "I'or 11 Rood ninny yunrs t wan n 1 ng from catarrh of the thront nnd hcnd. After the diBouso hml been nctlvo for n. long tlmo the ears became affected , BO that 1 hml onsUuit nnd violent rourlng Moumls. Thin continual nolso wan dl'Uriictlng In the ex- rcmo. nnd rou.cil mu nf nil comfort. Tluru IEO developed neurnlglu of tno head , clmr- icterlzed by severe ni hlng puln . The lut- U complication uti ultnost total denf- csa In thu right t-nr , which wns always /orae upon taking void. In n general way 'so ' my strength nnd vitality were lowered , vhlch I nlivays believed reunited from thu otnpllcutud condition In my head nnd > ars. A fthort course of treatment wltli Dr. Bhopard IMS given me excellent health. Tim catarrlial trouoblo lias been mastered also the dcafm N and lioadachu. I liavu scarcely iiny ( symptom now ot those terrU bio head nolsus. " niontll < , ,11 medicines , Is the total - tal nnd only cost for treatment. Such statements an the above nro dall t received nt the Shcpnrd Medical Instl. tute 311 S12 nnd 313 Now York Life Bulldl , Omaha , Neb. The Home Treatment In as effrctlvo n. that at the ofllce. Wrlto for Homo Treatment Symptom Blanks and Book. G nmiltntlon freo. Hours : ft to 5 ; Sundays , 10 to 12 ; cvenln a , Wednesdays and Saturdays only , 7 to 8. HOME FURNISHERS We do'nt advertise to glvo you nlno dollars worth of gooclo for $4.38 the deal or that pttvs ho wlil I * dUh inodt , and v u can't rely on his i-Uuto- tncnts. If you want use-vtcahlo , ilanundabl' ) article nta roiwimblo nrlco. wo will suoply you. WEEKLY OR MONTHI Y PAYMENTS if you hko. No extra charge. Our Our Guarant83 Guarantee It will heat It will heat 3 Rooms 3 Rooms a season with a season with 2 Tons 2 Tons of coal or your of coal or your money back. money baok. The handsomest 500 Omaha Btovo in the Testimonials .world. that had been rendered In her honor. She manifested surprise at tbo voices of the children , saying that at no house that she had visited durlnu her extended tour had she u.ct with such an exquisitely beautiful musical production as the little operotu sung by the thirty sweet voices of the girls. Tuesday tlio children will be Riven a va cation and in the evening a cantata will be presented by them entitled "Tho Miracle of the Roses. " The mother general will visit the bouso on St. Mary's avenue Wednesday and next Sunday she will leave for San Francisco , where she will make the ninety- third visit slnco ihe has held her ofllce. Overcome evil with nood. overcome your coughs and colds with One Minute COX.KU Cuie. It Is eo eood chlltdrtn cry for it. It cures croup , bronchitis , pneumonia , grippe I and all tin out end lime dlManeB. Attrnlloii , A. O. U. W. ! All Ancient Order of United Workmen drill teams of Omaha and South Omaha are requceted to meet at Muller'e hall , 1708 Vln- trn street , Monday at 1 p. m. , to attend the funeral of Br ther Gus. W. Carloon , from the residence , 2416 South Twcnty-flrM street , J STONR , M. W. Mnrrlnirc * I.lronxon. County Judge Baxter Indued the following marriage licenses yesterday : Name and Residence , Aft , James B , Kelkenney , Omaha. . . , . , , . J6 Mary C. Drummy , Omaha 3 Harry Yates , Florence 24 Mary Shipley , Washington county , Neb. . | g