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THIS m.'Al'TlFl'L 2 hol with a RuarnLlco to uo thflr r\ best of l"8 kind in ho mar ker wrh Jj 10 , Special 2.29 MORRIS rjiAius I.IKI : rt nl < > ! > pollMiPcl , o.ik ur m ih. nnii | > h' > l tprnl i-iishlon at and brick-- E " worth 112 f > 0 - THIS HANDSOME : tuny HIOH /IKAfTIKIM , .V Chair , mnJo of flncat reed , all Uruior ) nmhciRanv H < 'd hand mnilo and elegantly finlah- "ii i with : < ix2l licvc-1 - od ; worth $4.75 Special mirror , nlrrlv cnnc-d , h - W'.rth J22 BO 1.95 - ihl * Special Unloading Sale of 3S5 rolls of IIANnSO.MK HEYWOiiD l'AimiAni-1 H iii hc.lnKreil In p'lk i-luHh sitln illliM iMlun | ) iinai > l , i > , itont huh Here is chance 1 rti worth $ r no o your Sjieclal this \v . D. 7i ROLLS OP GOOD MATTING , WORTH -Cr | lu Sue yard-Special 5 ROL1.S OF IMPORTED CHINA MAT- tliiR. worth GJC yard Special 2'i HULLS OF GOOD 1NGUAIN CA.HPETS. wjrth 6. > i Special - . HULLS OF HEAUTlFt'L PATTERN IN- iln farpet iworth 75c Special C'i ROLLS OF ALL WOOL INGRAIN CAR- pi t" . worth fOc Special nEAVTIFPL PATTERNS OF TAPESTRY N Sppclal worth 95c HANDSOME PATTERN AXMINSTER. . tin and Velvet Carpets nil new sprint ; -hade * with or without border- worth tl.SS Special this week eatitlful misfit Garnets. In liiRralns , velvets , Ilrus- scU and nxiiilnsteis at half their actual cost. If you are looking for n , bargain see tnls , linmenso line. Itrlni ; the sio of your room. Rugs. DBAt'TIFITL LTNE MADE-UP 95c worth $2 SO Special THIS BEAUTIFUL HMA1'T1I--T'L LINE MADE-UP RUGS 1.39 worth JT SOSpco'.il . . antique cano seat , RUGS-EXTRA HAXDSOME SARI - 1.93 brace firm , dining larijr worth $1 DO-Sperlal . . . ANT1QI F O A K Chair worth ' RUGS-EXTRA room , UEAiniFl'L SOxCO - 2.69 Combination Commodf with Toilet llx , ' 1.33--Special this liirs worth $ l..r,0 Special . . . . bevel mirror week ALL WOOL EXTRA LARGE ART 6.95 plate ror worth $10 M Squares worth $1000 Special this week . . . this 65c HANDSOME EXTRA LAIRGE SAK1 RUG 9.95 week . 5.75 slzo 7x10 real value ? 17.50 . . Our Easy Terms. On a bill of $10.00 $1.00 per week or $400 per month On a bill of $2n no ji ; ; pcr WOCK or j5 o , , ] ) ( > r monti , . On a bill of $30.00 $1.50 per week or $6.00 per month On a bill of $ .10.00 $2.00 per week or $ S.OO per mouth On a bill of $7u 00 $223 per week or $9.00 per month On a bill of $100.00 J2 30 nor week or $1000 per month. On a bill of $200.00 $4.00 per week or $15.00 pcr uioutli MS MUCH NEW WORK OS HAND Union Pacific Finns to Make Many Improve" menta on Its System , LARGE SUMS OF MONLY TO BE EXPENDED Art * < o litTill.oil Out of tli < > rnckM mill Hill * Arc to He Cut l ) < M\n , ItrilcicliiK Ilicirncle. . Whllo ether roads may bo scheming to force the Union Pacific to change Itn policy governing the distribution of its tiallle , that company seems to be going on planning Im portant Impnncmcnts In its line , not only in the far west and In Nebraska , but here In Douglas county. One of these , which will Involve a large outlay of money , will bo the straightening of the tracks between this city nnd South Omaha. Thn truck at present Is ono series of sharp curves , neces sitating a reduction of speed nnd the surl- ons racking of rolling stock. To amend this Is ono of the schemes the operating depart ment of the toad now has under considera tion. Mention has already been made of the changes which will bt < wrought when the now depot Is completed. These Involve the lllllng In of u largo tract of ground at the vttMt end of the bridge for use us roadbed and extending as far wept HH the now depot. This will permit "t an easy curve from the bridge to the now depot , which stands some distance north of the old structure. The moro room which the road will have west of the Tenth street \hidiiiit nt that tlmo will rpttblo the company to eliminate the small curves In that ceotlon of the > nrds and fa cilitate the movement of the trains. Southwest from Hie depot there la nn- other sharp cnno. It beglna at Twentieth , nml reaches Ha maximum at Twenty- fourth street. The plan of the company , ns now undurBtood , hi to straighten the line In that vicinity nnd take out this curve , To do this It will require n heavy cut , aa the land adjoining the right of way In that nelKltboihood iu high , but In an ago when tlmo Is the principal factor In vallroadlng an Item of expense Incurred In making cuts which shorten the line or make faster run ning posaihlo Is not taken to be nn obstacle. U la not Bottled that all of these curves will bo taken out this year , but the wont will bo commenced , and It may bo next year before it la completed. The company lias so much now work on hand at this time , largely In Uic shape of improvements to the existing line , It cunnot nil bo done at oner. Tho'chunges In the track between the bridge nnd the depot will bo made first and will bo completed ns soon as the contract for filling In the low land Is complete and really for the track layers. The oilier changes will follow in duo tlmo. > o AilvniKT In Grain ST. LOUIS , April 22. The Western Trunk lines' freight committee , which has been in session hero several da > s , has , disposed of all the roiitliui subjects on the docket. The .special committee to which had been referred the question of advancing the ratCB on ex port grain , after n fareful consideration of the matter , announced that the executive officers would bo Informed that under the existing conditions It was not practicable to recommend any advance In these rates. After the proposed Joint conference of the lines cast and west of the 'Mississippi river conditions might change , but no advance could bo considered advisable at this time. llt'ltrr Truck 1111 llllimU ( Vulriil. FONT nODfiK. In. . April 22.Special. ( . ) The Illinois Central began the work today of replacing the steel rails of the sixty pound variety with new eighty-five pound rails between hero and Welts' * . r Clt > T'lls ' promptly filled Out-of-town , trade write us for catalogues on Gasoline Stoves , Refrigerators and Baby Carriages section of tfio road Is to be entirely re built and when completed will make ono of tl > e finest pieces of roadbed In Iowa. The work marks the beginning of n policy to be adopted by the Central , which will result In the relaying of all Its track with elghty-flve-pound rails preparatory to the putting in of a fast passenger service ns soon as the Fort Dodge and Omaha Is completed. It is given out by Illinois Cen tral olllclnls here that the intention of the road Is to put on n Chicago passenger ser- vlco ll'at will rival In the completeness and elegance of Its furnishings anything that runs out of Chicago. .K SMI.YX TIM > IIIS imsir\\Tio\ : . TliroitN I'll I'oNltlmi a .tfipcrliitrml- fill nn ( lie I'ort Arthur. That all U not harmony in the Port Arthur railway world Is being shown almc&t every day. H. F. Jossclyn , who has been superintendent cf the northern HUM of the nystcm , with headquarters at Council Blurts , has tendered his icMgnatlon. The cause of thU action on his part Is said to bo duo to the fui-t that the eastern Interests In the road ha\u Insisted on the appointment of E. H. Sluullcr as tisilstant general mana ger of the northern lines , giving him Juris diction over Mr. Jossolyn. The hitler's posi tion may he better understood when It U said he has had thirty years' experience In railroading , while Mr. Shauller is reported to be a young man of 2,1 years , who , up till thlh time , has held no more responsible position than that of traveling freight agent of the toad out of Qulncy. Mr. Jossolyn gave up a position as gen eral m.'tiagcr with another road to accept the Btiperlntendcncy of the northern line's of the Port Arthur system. When Hobert (511- l.im , the general manager of the system , was appointed ono of ( ho rprnivors of the roud ho resigned as general manager and Mr. Josselyn was appointed to the place. The Hoard of Directors , however , refused to accept Mr. filllam's resignation and ho has continued as general manager , leaving Mr. Joi-sclyii ns fcuperlntendent. Mr. Jobsclju years ago was engaged In the railroad business In this section of the coun try mid during his short term aa superin tendent with the Port Arthur has added to his list cf friends both In nnd out of rail road circles. He has made no plans for the future , but will continue to robldo nt Coun cil Bluffs for the present. H. J. McCarty , general auditor of the Port Arthur system , has Issued a circular letter announcing the appointment of II. H. John son as auditor for the Omaha , Kansas City & Eastern , completely Ignoring the recent appointment of O. E. Moore to that position. No o.\planatlon Is given for this sudden change In plans. The reci-lvershlp matters pertaining to this system will como up again In the federal court of Missouri In two weeks , after which it U exported there will bo another shift in the list of employes. Itnllroiiil .Ni'un front \V > imiliiKr. CHEYENNE. Wyo. , April 22. ( Special. ) Parties returning from the northern part of the state report the Burlington graders nt work along the Platte river building the extension from Alliance. Nob. , to the Hart- vlllo country , In northern Laramle county. The party of Colorado Fuel company sur veyors , which left Denver yesterday , went north this morning ever the Cheyenne & Northern to run the survey far the Cheyenne & Northern spur to the Hartvlllo mines. Ono thousand men are now employed on the lines of the Union Pacific cut-off on the Wyoming division of the road. A largo number of gamblers , saloon men and others are at the grading camps at the va rious points where work has commenced. Tun > ( > 'l'in\u . Hlcketts and Huheiuolleni arc the names of two now towns established within the last few days on the line of the North western , being built up the Soldier river valley in western Iowa Both towns are m Crawf > nl cauiiy llicXnm at present fARWAM OMAHA. $1.5O Pictures for 25c : * s ? fe : 2 S-5 ' . S ? * " ' * " " T * ? J. r- " t Jin * * * * mia \VB I'LArR ON SALE TOMOKHOW KOR ALL WEEK 2.600 OF THESE ELE- Kant largo pictures , 22x2Slu size , with a Rcnuluc K'.l'l lea' mat. in Bcvernl subjects ; this Is positively the. biggest bargain ever offered In Omaha , actually worth $150 , special all week DOUINET CURTAINS WITH LACE IX- scrHng and edge , very wide rnlllc , extra length worth all of $3.50 Special this week GO-INCH KRBNCH MADRAS CLOTH. ALL the uew effectsJust the thlug for library curtains worth per yard ? 1.55 f Q Worth special this / gaj week ' fl S3.75 FULL S152C RICE PORTIEIIES. NEW Special handsome designs , worth $3 special this week Is : v piece of farm land , but at Hohen- xollern there Is a village. As Its name im plies , the settlement is German , and the community Is said to be prosperous. A peti tion was sent to the railroad authorities to change the name for one shorter and less Tetitbnlc , but the ofllcl.ita of the road who have to do with christening now towns decided to retain the old name In deference to the community which had contributed to the development of that part of Iowa. lllxi-y Cc-tH it ( iolil Mc-ilul. E. L. Lomax , general passenger agent for the Union Pacltlc , presented a gold medal to James Elsey , the London messenger boy who recently made a trip over that road. On one hide of the medal Is engraved the following : "Chicago & Northwestern Rail way company California In three days Union Paelllc Hallway company. " On the other side arc these words : "To Jamca Elscy , cnroutc , London , England , to Han- ford , California. Compliments of the C. & N. W. Ity. company and the U. P. Ily. com pany April 20 , 1899. " The medal pleased thc boy and he donned it with considerable pride. Spi-rliil MiiNtrr for I'url Arthur. ST. LOUIS , April 22. United States Judge Thayer today appointed Judge Edward H. Stiles of Kansas City special master In chancery In the Kansas City , Plttsburg & Cult railroad receivership suits. Judge Stiles will hear nnd take testimony in the suit to have the receivership remanded to the state court. Cur l''i CLEVELAND , O. , Apill 22. Hallway offi cials report that the present car famine In tbu inobt berloiiH over experienced. The Lake Shore company , It Is stated , cannot Eiipply .r > 0 per cent , of the cars called for , nnd other lines running into this city aru in practically the same petition. .Ncilc-H nnil I'crNiiiuilN , n. W. Loomls of the Ilurllngton has re turned from his eastern trip. Pctnr AVhitney , agent for the land depart ment of the Ellthoni , has gene to Chicago. 0. A. Andrews , rate clerk for the Burling ton , is attending a rate meeting in Chicago. E. H. Andrus of Kansas City , general agpnt for the Union Pacific land depart ment , IB In Omaha. Charles A. Drynnt , assistant clly ticket agent of the Northwestern , has gene to Chicago to vlplt a few days. Adrian Iselln , the eaMrrn yacht builder , accompanied by a p.irty of friends , Is mak ing a tour over the Union Pacific In the private Pullman car "Coronet. " W. 0. Pnrdy , president of the Hock Inland , is an Omaha visitor , while making n tour o\er the wcstnrn lines. Ho Is accompanied by George r. Wilson , buperlntcndcnt of mo tive power of the sumo road. J. H. Kecfo , who 1ms been traveling freight agent for the Poit Arthur Houlo with headquarters at Omahi , has resigned to take a place In the claim department of the Missouri. Kantas & Texas at St. Louis. Iliirulnr SIMIII Quick action on a burglar was obtained when Harry C. Mardcn was picked up on the Htroet by Olllcer Reedy , who thought ho was n suspicious character. After ho had bet-it locked up C. E. lirownleo , 220d Douglas street , reported that his house was entered Friday night and robbed of a mackintosh and bcveral other articles. Marden bad the mackintosh on and titter a complaint had been tiled charging him with burglary ho waived examination and was bound o\er to the district court , less than twclvo hours after ho had committed the burglary. l.lnilNf ) Sui'fffclx John n. Llndbey of Thayer county suc ceeds Myron 1) . Wheeler as stenographer In the olllco of United States Attorney Sum mers. Wheeler , who is now In Havana , has cabled Mr. Summers that ho expects to re main there. The new appointee is a son of ex-Sheriff Llndsey of Tha > er county and is a warm personal friend of Frank M. Weatherald , who was a delegate to the St Louis convention mat nominated Presi dent McKlnle ) U Is asserted by labor leaders that the talk of a strike this summer has been In spired by outsiders these who have drifted into South Omaha within the last few months. The local unions have been mis represented in some publications and for IhU reiibon The Uco Is requested to publish the following : "At a regular meeting of Local union No. 7112 , American Federation of Labor of South Omaha , It was reported that parties professing to represent that body had been soliciting money for thn purpose of estab lishing a fund to aid In maintaining n strike In South Omaha. The public la hereby notified that no such action has been taken by thU union and that eald parties arc frauds of the first water. "Our body Is In need of no such aid , as wo do not expect a strike neither at this tlmo nor In the future , as the Indications are that there will soon bo plenty of work for nil. "Should occasion icqulro us to solicit aid from the public our solicitous will carry papers hearing the olllclal seal of the order. Wo are pleased to state that our union Is in a nourishing condition and does not dcslro a strike. " This communication Is signed by three members of the committee. It was reported last week that two persons wcro going about the city handling subscriptions to a fund alleged to be for the benefit of a sup posed htrlko committee. Nearly all cf the labor unions hero have exposed the Impos tors and It is thought that they have left the city. Every well informed laboring man asserts that there Is now no trouble existing be tween the packers nnd the men nnd that there will bo no trouble this summer. Clly iiiiNtlp. Watklns & Co. , lumber , Tel. 31. See Flynn'fi spring bonnets for men. Melcher's Instant Hendacho Cure , 10 cents. Drink Old Continental whisky. Sold by J. Klein. Mrs. L. I ) . Proper haa returned from a trip to Michigan. Joe Christie went to Dexter last evening to upend Sunday with his parents. .Sen Ed Munshaw & Company for lumber nnd feed , 2"lh mid I si i celt. Tel. 285. A concert will bo given Tuesday night nt the Iluptlst church by the Smith family. Harry Drown has been bound over to the district courl for assaulting T. J , Dunlgan. Kant wear out suits at Kant beat 'em prices for men and boys. John Flynn & Co. Mr. and Mrs , 1) . S. Clark , Twenty-third nnd M bticcts , nnnounco the birth of n daughter. Couches , extension tables nnd house fur- nlshlngb at W. 0. Sloano & Co. , 20th and N streotK. Oeorgt * Hunter of the Mock yards rail road olllco returned yesterday from a trip to Chicago. The Homer case hau been continued until Monday nnd the teller and Marcus casea until Tuesday. H. Dlcnspler has gene to Wllber , Neb. , to attend n convention of the Dohcmlan Be nevolent society. Frank Hurness 1ms about recovered fiom a bevero attack of fever , which kept him In bed for over a month. Miss Cora June Persons returned yestcr day fiom New York , where aim spent nearly u year visiting relatives. The present occupation tax Is based on nn ordinance and the chances are that It will not bo changed this year. W. L. Holland , manager of the local tele phone exchange. Is confined to hlb homo with n severe attack of the grip. The labt series of games for the basket ball championship began lal night at the Young Men's Christian asboclatlon Albert T > non who wus shot by Mrs liar mim a couple of weikit ago wan removtd to the count ) husj.nul yi 'crdtij. Tjnan baa " " \\T. ANi : Si'l.K ' AlMINTS IN > M \ ' I V M1MXVT ] "i\ \Sr-THlS - MA- clc'-l t'inn HpfilBt i' > onn DRKSsnus-ix - for HIP I-P | < In - \ ' ' I i < > ml > nl' ! < llook i ' n , nf ili-lr ik- it wnc Ai ofti-r one in - * i Hi" a \ Wll'na ' tr k With rurlo hrtfriny. Antique Sixteenth i * fi . ! * ' down M1 lire Tlirl n iv i .1 < r i' > aim til bfMiiilnr Prc no h Century , Ovnl or Square mir stui , i < i M i ' ntlllc . ' ' * SI ) Ur ! ! > V .nil . I.'T 50- ror-worth $12 SO- f wish sn ; < , S | , -ini tiiic u 'v' Tillrofilcj r ilni Is largo' i n'tilth ' for io | | I8 W h. this week f.iuilH. THIS DliJAl'TIFPL l.\nil S Oil ill N tl mills \\hrcl. , | - | W.tll . in- in i IRON HED-nrAPTIFPL IRON PEDS ininK Ji.iniiii all t > an muli 01 10 > 1 with heavy Pi-livh tprl poitn nnd all steel couplings white enamel or apple oil iwu ati-fl frame , WUh M & R Mr < groMi worth $10 DO- Cl CtSl H\i ir int. . AoilU S'- ' " " " th's week O.VO Si | i ml iliis \ \ < ik . > lik cut . . . . . . 1pi'U.snc.l. . . nptlrnw - . r liri x trimming" , evilc-ii nut i ir vouj Big mi-self lAmild think [ Sis r.n n low pili i' | Crockery and Woodenware Sale lofi-nrcrn rNnntiGLA/.ED DKCOR- fito.l English Seml-I'oreclatn Ulnni-r Set. worth $12.0ufipeclnl this w ck , JO 9S. NIl'Kii , 1'l.ATED L/VM1 > . COMIM < ETE with white 'hade , worth $1.75 Special this LK.MONADE SETS , WORTH $150 spiclal this week. C3c set. I'NUERCbA/.ED 6-I'lECE ENOMSII oK'ror.itpa Tollc-t Sets , worth $2.50 Special this week , $1 If. S gl'AHT 1'EKRbKSS ICE CRKAM Kr'ezer , worth $ . < Soccln ! this week. $1 S5 Big Trunk' and Valise Sale C Ql'AIHT I1U7.XAUD ICE CREAJ1 Kr.M-7.i-r . , worth $1.SO Special this wi > ph$2 PS THANSMtSHISSIPPl \WN 1 MOWERS , 1-JMIJOSSED METAL CORN'ER wi rth W.BO Special this week. Jit" ) . trunks ll.it top. equipped with WATKIll I'lI.TERS. 3 GALLON' 1'OR- rcillors , good lurk and strcing ous stonc > b'ttom , worth $ I.W > Special this . U . h , < ] ia worth $1 Sl > we. , S2PS. Steel Sale 2.35 ' Rongc thU work LliST WASHING MACHIN'ES , Worth ' $1 ' > c-Spep.il | this week. } 2 4S. THLEtft'OPES- " 39c IN . . GREATEST HAROAINS worth "r-c this week WOUTH fijc JAP TEA POTS , THIS _ the ct ! > lljs tl , u'.ile ilo.si't and TELESCOPES - 59c tlouble All the Int-st 1m- . ' . WASH ' WORTH TOr-thls Knitf - - worth tl 3 ibis week Tt'HS. - wk. 49c ' provem'-nts The Kteat fuel Paver VALISES- WOODEN SPIC'E CAHtNin1 WITH 8 95c drawers worth $1 Special this week , C5e er , oven II Inches wide- worth $1 r.O this week . . worth $43 W JAP COMH AND BRUSH TRAYS , IN VALISES- Sjieclal this week worlh $2.00 tills week. . . wk two colors , worth $1 23 Special this , 7Jo. Cook Book Sale PRESIDENTIAL COOK Books , -109 loaves , worth $1.00 Special . WHITE HOUSE COOK BOOK , WITH extra Rood binding1 , the fincbt li > ok of Its kind published , worth 1.50 Special this week no funds at his command and the managers of i ho h spllal did not feel that they could take eaio of him any longer. Mr. Nlms of Hoston , Mass. , will address the men's meeting nt the Young Men's Christian association this afternoon. The King's Daughters will given an en tertainment at the home of Mrs. C. M. Schlndel on Friday evening of tlila week. The river has already ( loaded the bottoms toms cast of South Omaha nnd last night It was encroaching upon the Ilurllngton tracks. The ball nnd cake walk given by Up- church ledge No. 2 , Degree of Honor , last Wednesday evening , was a success In every particular. A r'nnor Is current on the streets that the saloon keepers have held a meeting for the purpose of taking action on the Slocumb law. A. H. Merrill has been chosen ns dele gate to the general assembly by the Pres byterian church. The assembly meets at Minneapolis In May. An all-day Sunday school rally will beheld held at the llaptist church today. The meeting will bo under the direction of Hcv. E. A. Hussull and Dr. Stone. Yesterday was genoi.illy observed as a holiday. The banks and clly ollleescra closed nnd during a portion of the after noon the streets were almost deserted. llavo you been In to see Flynn's spring suits yet ? Hot yon did not know they were ottering a genuine all wool , blue-black woisted serge suit nt $ i.r ) > 0. They have a few other crack-a-jacks you probably did not see. see.Tho The degree team of Superior ledge No. 1I3 ! , Degree of Honor , will glvo n ball and cake walk nt Workman hall on Thursday evening , April 27. The committee on nr- i alignments is composed of Mesdamcs Dare , BuljcocJt , Jones , Graham and llruner. Secretary Overtoil of the local Young Men's Christian association bus raado nr- rnngementsl whereby the members of the South Omaha association can have all of the privileges of the Omaha Young Men's Christian Association park thU summer. Ilev. Irving P. Johnson , rector of the Episcopal church , has rented a cottage nt nialr for his family for the summer. The parsonage ground is to ho graded nnd other Improvements made , and Mr. Johnson de- nil es to move his family from the dirt and dust. dust.Tho The South Omaha Medical society haa elected the following olllcors for the cn- HUlng year : W. S. White , president ; C. M. Schlndel , vice president ; W. L , Curtis , sec retary ; H. J. Abcily , tieasurer. The so ciety decided to hold n banquet in tbo near ftituio , but no date was set. All Sons of Veterans In South Omaha and all former members of the order are ur- Kenily requested to meet ill the office of F. A. Agnew in the South Omaha National hank building on Tuesday evening for the purpose of ananglng for memorial services to Ivu held over the remaliiH of Hnlph Kclls , who was killed at Manila u short tlmo ago. Tlicso services will bo conducted at the First Presbyterian chuich on May 7. Several weeks ago a smooth talking young man called at the home of Mis. Donahue , 201 North Twenty-fuurth blteot , and allured to mend some chulis for a consideration. Mrs' . Donahue paid the man ? 0 mid he took the chairs away. Since that time she 1ms not heard from him until yesterday , when she waj notified by Chief Carroll that ho had been arrested In Omaha for working a similar game. The police hero say that the man Is or waa woiKIng u confidence game of the worbt sort. Holfcit Mancy , chltf of the secret service nt St. Joseph , Mo. , writes Chief Carroll that the police do not care to release Ocnnslcr. This man Is wanted hero for forgery , but ho was apprehended nt St. Joe and sent to the work house for ninety days. Chief Maney ta > s that ( Icnnbli-r's tlmo will be out on June 21 , and If the police hero want him they will have to bo on hand at that tlmo. Chief Carroll has requisition papers about prepared , and would llko to have ( ieniiEler hiought hero nt once , If such u thing U potiblblc. Union Endeavor services will bo held at the First Presbyterian church this evening. The follow ing program will bo rendered Ten minutes i-Jtig smi-e led b > Orlo H Ulew adilrt" " ! cf HI ! umi Hurry M Wi-lis. duct .MOi.i o Set-- ua Mi j Mabl T T TE sell Furn Hit re , Stoves , Crockery and Jfouscfurnish ing Goods anywhere between the Jlfississijjpi Jiver and the Pacific Ocean for cask or easy payments. Out of town trade write us. . . . . . . . c. nidi scripture reading , prayer and hymn , the audience , selections by the Inter mediates , song , double quartet , Miss Oar- low. Miss Orange , Dr. Slnbaugh , W. S. Shafcr , Miss Curfman , Miss Matthews , Mr. Ulew nnd Mr. Clodson ; class exercise , the juniors , Mrs. Alex Lackey , superintendent ; bolo , Mr. Hood. STATION C IS NOW LOCA7 ED llriuu-li 1'iiHlolllcf IK to ! ! < KNU | > - llNliiMl lit SIttntli anil Vliiton. The telegram from Washington announc ing that Station C , the new branch post- olllco on the houth side , has been located at 170S Vlnton street is something of a surprise to postolllco officials hero. While none of them knew of the exact location , neaily all wcro of the opinion that tin1 olllco would go Into one of the vacant store looms at the corner of Sixteenth and Vlnton. This Is where the street cars on the line to South Omaha turn , and Is regarded as ono of the most prominent corners In that portion tion of the city. Now that the branch po tolllco on the south side has been located , Postmaster Crow will take steps to put It In operation , yet ho can do little until the furniture nr- rivefi. However , ho will district the south end of the city nnd have a plat prepared showing tht > territory that will bo dependent upon Station C for ltd mall. Up to this tlmo none of the employes have applied for the position that has been cre ated by the establishment of the olllre. ThU delay In applying Is attributed to the tact that the postmaster will receive but $900 pur year and will bo required to bo on duty continuously from 7 n. m. until 0 p. m. every day In the year , with the exception of Sundays and holidays. If no applica tions are filed for the position the post master will bo compelled to select n person. This person , however , must bo ono of the employes of the olllce , nnd OH there are none of them who receive a less salary , the In dividual securing the appointment will not be overjoyed. PLAYS POSSUM WITH OFFICER "t'lilcUfii , Hm" Smith ' 1'iilH I n a Xrnl Joil ( if tit Kxt'iipi' from There Is ono James Smith who can always bo distinguished from other men of the same name because of an appropriate Hobrlquot by which ho Is commonly known. Ho Is the James Smith who lives nt 101 William htreet and Iili pseudonym Is "Chicken Jim , " the nimble lingered. Smith has acquired the tltlo by rcahon of a lengthy series of small thefts , beginning with his arrival In town three year * ngo and terminating lasi week when ho stripped a cloths line , robbed a hen house , stole a suit of clothes , beat his wife and cunningly eluded nrrrtit. Ho was taken Into custody Saturday on the charge of wife beating , hut the olfensc was committed last Thursday nml it was then ho outwitted an olllccr and avoided capture. A policeman called nt Smith's homo to take him to Jail Thursday afternoon nnd ho was mot with a fiat refusal to go. Smith asportlng thai ho would nol budge an Inch. When persuasion failed to move the wife'- beater the policeman tried the Dinner logl- * of a hickory club with the result that Smith fought "back. " The policeman , In Keif-de fense , then struck his man several blows on thu head , the last knocking him senseless and , supposing him dead to the world , hi > raised him to his shoulder nnd started to carry the prisoner to the nearen police tel ephone to eend a call for iho patrol wag gon. gon.As As Iho road wa up hill the burden prove 1 too heavy lo bo carried by n single man and the alllLcr delimited hlo loud t > ull uncnn- H IOUH , on u ndcvsalk and went to find some one to u < d niui. A block away a carp ulvr at work on n house was asked to lend n lielplng hand , but as the two started to the spot where Smith was lying they wcie surprised to see him auddenly Jump to hla Feet and run around Iho corner at top speed. The policeman says the man "came lo" Juit in the nick of time , but Smith says he wan only playing prssum Availing for n gojd chance lo cut nnd run. Ill ( InItlnrlc IIIIlN . The March , ISll'l , number of the New Era contains n very Interesting article entitled , 'In the Illack Illlls , " by Dorothy N. Law. The writer having spent a vacation In the Hack Illlls , undertakes to tell of the pleas urcs experienced nnd the natural attrac tions that the Illlls have as n place for recreation. She Buys : "Only In a country of the mii- illude , of Iho United States would It bu lossiblo for HO Important n health and pleas- iru resort as these IIol Springs to exist , and yet be EO llttln known a few hundred miles iway. That the spot has been designated n various descriptive publications by the lassciiKcr department of the railway which lenetiales this region ns the 'Swltrerland ) f America' Is not surprising. The tt-rm Is amply justified by the health giving quail ies of the waters , by the delightful cllmat. ) ind by tin1 beauties of the scenery. Tht'aic waters , which nio ever Mowing from thn rock formation , have been tested for many years by thousands of visitors , and the ver llct has been unanimous In their favor The capacious and well appointed bath hoimo mil swimming pool , the extent mid high hnrncter of Iho two chief hotels the Evans iml ( Jlllcsple the exceptionally excellent character of the railway facilities for reach .UK the place and the courtesy and hos iltablo trealnipnt accorded to visitors , lm\o given the Springs a degree of populailty inly enjoyed by the most deserving and the most favored health lesorts of this i-oiin ry. " She also tells of the wonderful Wind Cave of the bad hinds , and of Iho railway skirling the eastern nlopo of the niack Illlls passing through a mituinl opening In the nounialns ni-ar Itapld City , emerging from n long tunnel Into the noted Whin-wood mil IH-adwood gulches. KuU O 4 > r Itrllic-ry .Mom- } . CINCINNATI , April 22. Colonel T. t * Campbell , of Now Vork , who was recently ordered by Urn courts here to pay Into court the alleged Hnnnu-Hoyco bribery money amounting to 11,700 , la In Cincinnati. The money was roplevlned by Harbour , who hud claims agaliiBt lloycp. Colonel Campbell says that before Uiiibour can recover any part of the funds ho must prove his claitn In iv separate suit. I'litrnl fur SculliiK ( iroiinilN , SAN FKANCISrO , APIII 22. Albert If. Hehner , lieutenant In charge of the IPM- line cutler Golden ( lute , has been assigned to the ThotlH to patrol the sealing giounda oil tlio coast of Alaska. Lieutenant Jarvln the olfiu-r who went to tlm relief of the Imprisoned whaleis tome fifteen moiiUm ago , waa to have tuKcu toinumnd of HIP Tlieti , but he ban biolun down In health as the result of oxpuHiiri * in tlu Antic sea The cul'er Mi'ii'loili ' Is at Maio inland , proposing lo rcji in Dvwcy B lieu at M I do not liPllevo tliero js a cast ! of djHpcp- hia , imJInestiuii or ( iny Etumuch trouble thut cnnuot bo re lieved nt cmco and ix-rinuiipntly cured liy my DYSITU'SIA. CL'JUSn < NYON. At all tlrunxlsts , Eric vlnl. Outdo to Hiiilth nnd inecll- rul nilvico frw 1B05 Arch Btrfet , Plilla.