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TIIK OMAHA DAILY lUCEt Fit ID AY, FJ21111ITARY 7, 1002.
ytsntjT tia leal Jatat Exofaair Em In Hard fwt to Hot. KtXOQ ON IMJUNCTI9N COll OYtR ' DlaklMM Onurti Caatlaaaaee X-'l rl4r MoralX, la Order ' that CMya iuwtr Mar Ba I,'. M Vr Oniitl - ' '" , ' ' "The attorney for the Real Estat x ehang has ma against a atone wall la to action. h brought la th district court to prevent th city council from making th lvy for 190," aald Cltr Attorney Con Ball. "Ha baa discovered that forma) pro test against th aaaeasmanU of tha Are franchise! corporaliona wera presented to tha Board of Equalisation by W. O. Bbriver and others, and were put on record. It ' ha been bis contention that such protests wera not received, but tba records of the city clerk show that . these papers wera formally presented and wera considered by the board." In Judge ' Dickinson' court yesterday J, H, Mcintosh, attorney for the Res Estate exchange, sparred for time la the hearing on the city attorney's, W. J. Con- nail's, motion to dissolve tb temporary re straining order issued from that court to prevent tba city council levying a tax for municipal purposes for tha year 1802, baaed upon tha assessment of taxable property of Omaha as tha same now appears upon tha assessment roll. Ha waa given until 10 a. an. Friday. , '.' Tha city attorney appeared early, armed with a multitude of papers. When Mc intosh arrived ha walked directly to tha Judge' desk and begged for a continuance, stating . that he arrived from Lincoln only Wednesday night, and ibat his only notifica tion of Council's action had been received Tuesday noon while In the supreme court room. , . . :,. Had Haated Melatasa. "We tried to And you in your office be fore yon 'went dow there, but couldn't," ald Connell, in apparent surprise at the request for further delay. '"I want a reasonable time." said Mc Intoah, addressing tha court, "and I want him to put hi showing on record so I ran see It 'and 'meat It.' I expect that when the city records . are produced there will be things there not i consistent with the facts. I may ask leave to amend our petl tlon; if there la willful omission of prop erty I shall claim that the whole levy is void. The counsel should bare the show ing on .record, but I have not aeen it and . I ask continuance until I have." In bla motion tb city attorney had cited aa support, tha answer . of the defendants, . which waa to ba readr btfore tha hearing on the motion, and announced also that there would ba pral testimony. Addressing the court he aeld: "Our answer la not In the form of a mere denial; we make a full , showing of facts and cause, but It teems to ma that Mr. Mcintosh should be already quite familiar with these, and should not requite mora than 9fteen minutes to get ready to go ahead with this esse. The rec , '' orda which can by pushing the work be " completed sooner than first announced will ' correctly and completely show the facts, and the only oral testimony is to be tbat ',,,! tha city clerk Identifying the record." "Wards Betweea Attoraey. '"Well, do you admit that your clients set ' Monday at 1 p. m., aa the time tor our bearlngf Mcintosh asked. "I admit tha fact they are, now -." "Oh, I know tha faota aa they are," said ;,!!' lfcTntbh,"jnphalbg the last word. "You - needn't tell eoe thoee." "Ah, you dot Wall, it you know It all, of course nobody can tell you anything," waa the rejoinder. The court saw breakers ahead and stopped the controversy by asking Mr. Mcintosh when he could ba ready. The latter aaid ha would probably have to draw up some paper and that the preparation of these would require some time. "Well, wa will set thla for tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock, and you be ready then," lnatruoted bis honor. "I Will try," said Mcintosh. "Yes, try very hard, and I think you will find you can do It." The city attorney gave Mr. Mcintosh a " copy of the reply to tnke with him to hi ofDcat SHIPS ' INJURED MAN HERE Caatractav, After Reeelrlaa- Hasaltal Pees, leads Laborer 1a Omaha 'for Treataaeat. t Lout Larsen, grader on the work of tha Chicago Northwestern Railroad com pany near Deadwood, 8. D., had his leg . broken Tuesday, and was promptly given a pass t Omaha after the bone was aet by tba contractor' aurgeon. i Larsen wa told there - were good hos pitals In Omaha, and that ha would be well taken car of. H waa taken to the police station last' night from tha Webster street depot. It wss learned that Lanen bad been paying SI a month for hospital fees, and be will bo sent bark to receive the attendance ha ha already paid for. JOHN ZARP. TRIES SUICIDE Eleetrla Marat Llaeaaaa fire we De sesltst, Drlaks Heavily aad atabe Himself. - r John Zarp, lineman employed by tb Thomson-Houston Electric compsny, while standing on tb Id walk In front of a saloon, corner of South Fourth street and Woolworth avenue, last night at 11:30 o'clock, suddenly exclaimed: "Well, here goea!" At the same moment he atabbed himself In the left breast. Just over the heart He fell heavily backward and lay groaning on the sidewalk. Persons nearby who saw him fat helped him into tb saloon, where he frequently exclaimed: "Oh, let me die!" A short time before be left the saloon he tried to borrow revolver from the bartender, who refused to give it to him. While being taked In the patrol wagon to the police station he several time asked Police Surgeon Borglum If the wound would ba fatal. When he reached tb station he appeared to be suffering sharp pain and declared tbat he wa unable to lie down on the operating table. While sitting In a chair bla clothing was removed and the wound waa examined and probed. The stab Is about one and one-half Inches deep, extending to a point between the arch, of the aorta and the heart.' Had the knife been driven one-half an inch deeper. the surgeon said, the wound would probably have been fatal. Tb weapon waa an or dinary pocket knife, having a rather long blade, that appears to have been recently ground to a sharp point. Unless pneumonia or some other compiles ting disease seta In, the wawud csnnot be considered serious. Zarp is married, and say he lives with his ulfe and young daughter on South Nine. tee If street, near Caatellar. His parents, he says, llv on South Sixteenth street. After his wound was dressed Zarp ap peared to feel easier and told of the motive that led him to try to tak his life. "My friends all appear to be down on roe," he said. "I loat S15 of my last pay and my folka accuse ma of squandering it, This made me feel bad. I began drinking. The more I drank the more ashamed I felt of myself and of meeting my wife and little girl again. So I mad up my mind to kilt myself." After the wound was dressed Zarp ap- appeared to be satisfied that his attempt had failed. He wa kept at the police sta tlon. . NEW PILE DRIVING RECORD AFFAIRS AT SOUTH OMAHA be follows: Cheese, 13 shillings; but ter In cases snd kegs, t shillings over cheese rate! leather, dresed, la cases and rnlla 9A ahmiti' aaaa tw aaa nr 'bar- On Eindre na Twenty File driven li rel. it shiutnga: apples' and other irwi I Felltioiaas Prstert Arsinit Iar afestiifs tight loirs ai a la't fruit. In boxee, It shillings I pence; ap ples, in barrels, t shillings pence a bar rel. American lines quoting for Canadian SPIED CONTEST ON SITt Of NEW SHOPI business will quota Montreal rates. Foreanaa Reel Hectares tbat. He tea Fat Dan Two Haadrea Piles a Day Vaar Favorable 1 ' " readlttaae. Amusements. f Pemoomlo Cemmitte SOME CONTROVERSY OVER ASSESSMENTS Ten HetUr'i Dtslal af Report that H la Caadldat far Treasurer Is Takea aa Oaly a Flay far Tlaa. Local democrata ar considerably an At tha Bayd. The James Boys In Missouri," a melo drama depicting scenes and Incidents In the lives of Frank and Jess Jamea. the Pile driving never surpassed for speed 1 desneradoea who but a llttla mora than a went on all day Wednesday at the alt score of vun since war the r.ntml ftcurea I noyed at tb publicity given the recent of tfce new Union Paciflo machine shop. ID B reign of terror In Missouri, opened an I movement of th democratlo city central The race against time arranged by Fore enaaremant which will eontlnna tha balance I committee. Members oi tna committee aa man Neff borne days ago was held, and all of th week at the Boyd Thursday alght. eert positively tbat th amoant of the aa- records for pile driving with a follower I ror those who enjoy the most thrilling of eeesment or candidates aa prtntea in me wer smashed. One hundred piles in a tha nresent dar "thrillers" "Tha James 1 Be is wrong, out certain canaiantes as Boys In Missouri" will furnish entertain- ngures gnren era ngnu roent oi satisfactory- ouslltv and ouaatltr. I discussion over tha matter yestsr- Thar Is a rather reallstle train robbery. May one member of th committee boldly aafeblowlnn- and any number of hair- asserted that ther waa a traitor In the . . . . . . . ... Ins rr n n .1 Affnw4a ... KaIviv Mla I oreaain escapes, aa wen aa oiaer nciuni "ki " Incidents Innumerable. Including the kill- "d Cut who la giving out tna information done In lees thsn tb full day. Ther were Dg of Jess James himself by Bob Ford. I Some democrats, who are hot in the ring. three breakdowns smith actual wotklng tb company, while hardly in tha Empire that th central committee bold open time waa only eight hour aa a nan tor 0r Lyceum class, la on entirely cspsbl sessions, bo rar a portion oi tna meet drlvlng the 120 pllea. Thst 1 a pile every 0f giving the plec presentation In keeping log of the committee hav been held at tour minute, and a follower waa useo on Wlth its merits as a play. 'Th acanlc ef- Judge levy's office, in tn racxers- wa every pile, a they are sunk In pits. This fecu are particularly good for this class tlonal bank building. Th committee has lengthens the operation, a tb men must 1 0f attraction. lno regular place of meeting and ha not yet established headquarter. What la Artaar Belllaa; Jaaaaaa'a Laetare. I wanted by a portion of tb democracy Is trf hi. I. Th. t...i. i lopen meetings of the committee, 1n. A.ll..rl k ir.n. M.nw.rl.1 unawnaoneu way oi ao.np; ousi church last night under the auspices ot W n well known democrat yetr. poet A, Travelers' Protective association. Arthur Boiling Johnson, an entertainer of day was .the mark aet by Chief Engineer Berry for Mr. Neff to attain, but, when the day's work ended 120 pUea wer se curely sunk and sixteen of them wer tapped. But even this great amount oi wora was stop after the pile la atarted la and put the follower in place abov it, so mat it can be driven clear down to bedrock, with the' top level with the bottom Of the pit four feet down. The piling are twenty feet long, so that z,400 feet of plUbg Tire sung nuogemer. dsy, "cannot continue for any great length of time. The democrata of South . Omaha will Insist that they ba apprised of what Mr. Ncrr save mat u me worm w n...i. . .n... done at the surface of tba ground er a bnghe)1 without apology most of th ' KO'n on tbeae sessions held behind lonower wa. T. .. J', i magsiine-crsat.d conceptlone of Oberam- nave oriveu p..e. ur " mergau that he might show the people of they finished 120 by 6: 30. and went back .to BaT,r1an towll ,n thep trueP.ndP tne start to taj . xnoeo wsi v- te llgnt H aald they ar not peasant, squeeieu up, ooi.ii.ub ml"'"'-- I but rarely cultured , folk, and that which Mr. Neff says ha never been equaled in thla part of th country, was" working on plledriyer No. 1 under Foreman Andrew Anderson, who la known at th best man ager of such Jobs in tb stats. His men were: . C. L. Wells, ldadsman; Henry near Ing, rear leadsman; F, C Kellorson,, ladder man; John Lunstrom, epoolman; . M. D, Hicks, holeman; H. C. Stewart, engineer. The men worked on th middle row of pier holes, starting at lbs sooth end. For man Neff will now claim th silk cap which Chief Engineer Berry banterlngly promised him If h eould drive 100 pile in a dsy, President Bart Valts Work, cloeed door are not In eon'ortnanee with tha Ideas of a grsat many who hav bean voting the democratlo ticket.' A line In an uptown sheet goea to show th I that . Tom Hoctor denies that on Mondsy mgni lasi ne announced nimseii as a asm llgtoue freniy. but th acoompllsfamsnt of rt,a c,nd'dt f?r titf treasurer Instead an intelligent and painstaking dramatic tt"ror- "r U tad aa aaylng tbat genius ploushut practical. Ha denlea, too, that ther are or evtr will be any genuine moving plotures of the ne wants to o mayor or nothing.. A cer tain faction of .the democracy declare that Hoctor awltched In favor of another candl quaint rellglou ebotUclea aad early admits 'D1. WM.,TU!ln; t0 ks tB "cona TfQuld Ud3 better show, poiilbly. of that hm tllustratloofe ar potd iubJcU Atrt A1 f rnnv ihm IMA AtlHtl naMtlvaa taken-by himself," Rev. ' John J. Lewis of beln laciti treasurer than If he stood mergau, while th play of 1900 was being produced. ' H strikes; with tha hand of an iconoclast, th accepted tradition that the is close to Hoctor stated to' a Bee representstlv last oven Ing that th denial was only for affect and that when th . Urn cornea Hoctor .would DOUGLAS TAKEN IN CUSTODY Becomes fo Tloleat that Two Deputy Sheriffs Taka Hint to th Caaaty Jail. Jamea F. Douglas became so violent- last evening that two deputy sheriffs took him from his rooming place, near Seventeenth and Leavenworth streets, to the county Jail, to be sent to the asylum at Lincoln later If hla mental condition dote not Improve. He la tb one who alarmed those in the office of th Her Grand hotel by bis strange antica one night, and who, later avoided the police for a time by Jumping from th window of his rooming place la his night clothes when th officers arrived. In re sponse to a can from otner inmates or tne house, who had heard the mans cries in his room and feared murder waa being committed. : , id. Aritrln.t in issT th. . I bloeaom out as a candidate for treasurer. . n t, ' .k. . notwithstanding his half-hearted denial of Motive Power Hlsclna. and th two '"" urmmm uiriiiys ok me lianiii oo repgn oi me -jaxpsyersr league ih-,i .r,n P"t on earth, and gives th different printed in The Be of Wednesday caused explanation that th plan adopted in that I considerable comment among taxpayera. All th plerhole. ava a Teryfew ara now " ....ZIY. IZZl ZkT7T I ".T r.l.u" " .11.4 ti r IKI f flni 1 ' " ""V uau uwu pvuuun w oibuinti vaTis tvr nils BCnoOl . v...i. A..m.a tv. i... t Irregular Intervals for hundreds of years, plans, when it wa known at the time tha In the concret making. Tha outside walla th p"u tt BOn "corded plan were accepted that ther . wa no v..ii4i arfii K .,ihtnl1. I u wuuiry iw iuu ran uwmj iiwDiv-igr me erection or mo Th xact dimensions wll be 188x160 feet. Wn,r ld th that tradition atructur and no hop of voting bond to have been frosen for tha reason that the water la generally turaed off at night. A plumber ssid yesterday that he never aaw euch long spell of cold weather with less business among the plumbers tbaa bow. M. Catherlae'a Katertalasaeat. BL Catherine' guild of Bt. Martin s Kple- copal church presented the "Deestrlckt Pkule" to a Isrce audience at Woodman ball last nlgbt. On account of tha numer ous rehearsals those who participated wer well ap In their parte and well merited the applause given them. Tb entertainment waa decidedly Interesting and greatly amused those who attended. Colonel A. L Lott made an Ideal schoolmaster. ' ' ackaats Praarresalaar Meely. Superintendent McLean of the public schools aaid yesterday tbat the new semes ter had opened nicely and that' tbera was an increass la the enrollment. "This en rollment," aald th superintendent, "ha Increased since there haa been a general vaccination of tb pupils attending th pub- Ho schools." Two rooms are now In us at th Whit- tier school. Forty-second and L street, and about fifty pupils ara In dally attendance. When this school was first opened only one of the two rooms wer used, but tb In crease In attendance necessitated th em ployment of an additional teacher. ' laterest laereaalaa;. From all accounta Interest in th evan gelistic meetings now being held at tb First Baptist church ara attracting a great deal of attention. The church la filled nearly to overflowing nightly. A great deal of attention la paid to tha sermons of Evan gelist Charlea Smith. Tha music, whloh Is in charge of Mr. Col burn, la exoellent, as he ha a picked choir. All of tha Protestant churches ara participating In these meet ings. Ma le City Ganala. . Mayer Kelly aska all business men to clean the lea and snow from their walke. Th office of the city engineer Is under going a number of needed Improvements, A daughter has been born to Mr. and Mrs. John Werts, Twenty-eighth and P streets. ... The fourteenth annual ball of dlvtulon No. J. Ancient Order of HInernlana, will ba held at Woodman hall on Monday even ing, February 10. Peter Cockrell la thinking of making the race for member of the city council from the Sixth ward. Cockrell la on of . the old school democrats. The lira department waa called to the residence of A. J, Harris. Twelfth and I streets, yenterdey. The blase waa a email one and the Iowa trifling. Woaaaea Twice la Basa Plaea. .Edward Clark of Hast In as. whlla trying to hold a frightened team drawing a load of baled hay, was thrown to the ground and suffered a painful fracture about the rltrht elbow. He came to Omaha, slipped and fell on the aldewalk and Jolted the wounncd elbow ao bafliy mat ne went to Burgeon jjenawa aressea iu FREE Bssswtr Boy Is Foaad. Earl Gibbons, aaed'ld. whose Barents live at tha oornaii of IVnth . and Nicholas Streets, disappeared Wednesday morning. No trace of him could ba discovered until 9 o'clock last night, when his mother found htm at her brother-in-law's saloon, corner ot Tenth and Famam streets. Mrs. Gib bons took the boy to the police station and threatened to nave mm locaea up, nut tne lad shea tears copiously ann promised to reform. Mrs. Gibbons took him home with her. v . - Marrlaca Lleeases. Marriage licenses wer Issued yesterday to the following: Carl E. Reynolds. Petersburg. Neb ti Anna M. Rlgs, Waterloo, Neb 23 Charles Prefke, Omaha , 21 Carrie Hirsch, Omaha 18 Stanislaus Biekova. South Omaha ....W Antonlna Zarkowaka, South Omaha 20 LOCAL BREVITIES. SuAttL Dickinson has srranted Olive E. Ashton divorce from Harry Aehton because of alleged non-support ana sxtreras cruelty. Owing to an engine getting out of order at th street railway power-house at 9 o'clock last night motor cars were stopped for nrteen minutes. Stella May Vodrl of 1041 Park avenue aka th probate of the will ot Anna .Fay, who died In Lincoln January 22, leaving neither husband, children nor other grand children than the petitioner. . There Is realty of th value of $5.0u0 and personal Drouerty of a valu not yet known. Charles Thorpe and wife, with Miss Blanche Thorpe, all of Geneva, Neb., are u.t tha Mrrrhanii and will atOD there over Friday. Mr. Thorp has been resting at h a ranch at Oeneva ror tnree monina. ji l m inp VrnYioa February 18. to re sum his work on the race tracks. This is th last year he will ride, h declares. Along, tha side ther will ha seventeen name. I secure tb money. Th expenditure of niers. besides th two corner piers, and . . T,DW" wu,cn wueiraiea ma over siu.uw ior piummng ana repairs to . , , .1 a. t..... .. I lecture war taken carefully and ha crides 1 plumbing la also considered autraraana. UTI pier sivas Kum uf-" uwvwwwm iut vm . , - I . - , . Tk.. th. vniitii ia r,f tha tniii. hlmelf on excelling In th color achsm Anothsr point commented on la th Bar ing there is a row of plars. dividing th J1!l,w r faring ent Mr. Rose Bogart meut by th board ot $18,000 for a site for space in half. Then another row ot plars Pc Chicago to Oberammergau to spend three a High school building. Thla alt ia now goea down the mlddl of th wot ha(f. --a . wv wim ma iur- u ir urn siooa vacant. Hem- but the aat,hlf la left vacant, as track t'v4 P'c of the costume worn here of th league say that unless th .in h- Uitt i. h.ra aimoat tha an- ,n tha pit , by the- tbree-fourths - of the greatest eoonomy Is praottced the Board tire length f the building. town'a residents who were , In the cast, ot Education will not hav sufficient money Chisf Engineer Berry announced yestsr- I '"i'"D ,uo prpTxy oi Major w eior me propossa Hlgn ochool day moraine: that all tha contract for th '.'.' w wperaiau xoronn I r several ysars. structur wsr let to th sam firm, Grace , " u in opposition to voting ft Hyde of Chicago.. H wJ unabl to l'tter retirement from the lectures plU bond tor-, High achool purposes, a th .k a..ii. .i .dim, r th. Aifr. ror,n nT T go. 'and who-1 with Mr. cbooi district is not now bonded, tha nea- ent portions of th bulldla- procesa.: 3 r-, ; ,v- J i ' " ' . i ' ' Pl nT'tot0T tot aya vot.d against u. u.- . ... .t.j. tm Mu.h,. i , inus inim tog wiiiii ruui . unnnis on aonooi Dronartv. '... - I tialnta tuat Ivmi la mMl ut.n.. KvlMnMnM . . , . . enca with a bevy oi railroad eoatractora i " ' .. . --" -- my repon, is who are vlelng with each other to acur uc"""n " " own ""netiy mor jnod, oeing rounaiy condemned by taxpayer of th Job ot making tho out-off at Lookout, " " w,ln e'n. ana t youwci paniea. Wyo.. th contract for which I soon to aQ by the presenc of a produc- Ha.aoa Gets Contract. b let. The visitors wr Charlea Shars T . 5, Pf'"!1 .r coun- Dn Hannon haa been awarded the 'eon LBrnj thrive":.;1 r. ji t-ib aince, v 1 1 uviiun; v, st. auv . . , , -- i owDtm oy me bouui moan Land eomnanr u t, 'i... - B. , twenty-two tableaux of th play of 1900: of company, . w . i .. . - - - i u, aiauiaa lor m Durnoaa or nnanina Thl. cut-off will be mad to eliminate J , . mna 0 itr,et from Elghtssnth to Twenti.ta some grade, and curve. Just this aid ot " "T"u' "r.MehTh I ,treU' 8event-t, Elghtnth and Nln Rawllna, Wyo. It wiU be four mil. lng if.:fcl0.n,S.JOU l WJ"ch lh! teenth street, between D and H streets. rnousand. S ZT TT and -will be a very expensive plec of work, about $55,000 a mil . being estimated aa Its probable cost. His la Steamer Freight. agreement recently r.porfd a. having "'Ai!.' ',t!'...Mr Oberammergau and of acenea about the town incident to, but in no way connected wiin the play. Perhaps because ho Waa a newspaper man been algned tor American and English bus! ness, a 'special agreement haa been en tered Into by all line from Canadian port to Glasgow and other south Scotch ports. according to a .Times speoial from Mon treal. . Th following line ar atated to hare Johnson appear to car llttlo for tradition but much tor fact, and tell what h knows estimated that he will hava to mov about 25,000 yards of dirt in order to complet hla contract. Work on th opening of these street is to commence as soon as th frost la out ot th ground.' Thla work ia being don by th land com pany on account of th opening up of th Tonight at tha same plac and under tha tarn auspices, he tell "Stories of th Old South and th Nw;" tomorrow night he lalb. m trrv n J na iu v. alanadr Messrs. Allan, for tha aorta of I . " " Both t- r, ... t.., lecture ar to be Illustrated. ' Th attend without 1a, eloquence, but . without StatTr-tt m uw airvai car lines, inero ia Quit a Montreal," . Portland and ' Boston; the Donaldson line for Montreal,' Portland Newport News, Baltimore and St. Johns: anc last night was .quite large. demand for property In thla section of the city and th improvement contemplated nava keen requested for some tlm. ley Sidewalk. General complaint ia being made about At th special request 6t th Board oftn condition of th sidewalk, especially Anchor lins. th Allan Stat lins. New 5u"" n,4 ,or.th- b?fl.t teich- J"J" Tf Tork and H and A. Allan for the Phlla delphla aervtce. , 1 a .... - . The minimum rat between any of tha ' ' above mentioned points and Glasgow ia to ar and pupils of the publte achoola. Mr. Johnson will repeat vTh Passion Pi" ADMONISHES ' ; THE ;; JURORS 7- LJZ3 9 true i BUUB )MZi 'J ':. Jadg Master. Da Nat Aaarava Caara Takaa la Heary " Bark' Cas. at .fSBsCf Judge Irving F. Baxter teld the first Jury he has had ia criminal eourt that It would better study its , Instructions and prepare In future to turn In no mor euch I csrrlsd out, and seldom hava attempt beea verdlcta as tb first one, rendered in the I mad to enforce It. terday Councilman August Miller asked Mayor Kelly for a couple of men from th street repair department In order that be might sprinkle cinders oa some of th dan gerous crossings. ' Th mayor wa willing to permit tb men to work, but be did hot deem it advisable to place cinder oa th walk for th reason that when tho thaw comes tb cinders would clog th sswers. Mea will be detailed to chop tha lc frent sidewalks, however, where property own ers hav not dono ao. There I a city ordinance governing th cleaning of walke, but it has never beea 7 r-rVX U if? a. .IV - I ff-B ah m i 27 This Keystone of Health Makes Solid the Entire Human System. Based on Common Sense and BacKed up by The Public. aj :.kic:syS.K?wc case ot th Stat of Nebraska agalaat Henry i Burk, which verdict la said to hav pro nounced tha defendant guilty of something he waa not charged with. That verdict waa rendered , at f.U last night, and th Jury was sent out again to think It over. At :S0 th twelve tru men I cam in again and returned a verdict ot not guilty ot burglary, which waa the offense charged In th Indictment. Burk was suspected of relieving an Illinois Cen tral car of 400 pounds of whits lead three months ago. Tb trial wa th first on th criminal docket for th February term, and began Wednesday afternoon. The Jury went ut at 4:45 yesterday afternoon. if A SCIENTIFIC BREAKFAST. SAMUEL .5- - Wy Beard af Baaallsatlaa. Th member ot th city council will alt a1 a board of equalisation on February 12 and IS for the purpose of hearing com plaints. If any, on the grading ef B atreet from Twenty-third to Twenty-fourth atreet It la hardly probable that ther will be any complalnta on this assessment, as th property owner asked tbat th werk be don. Ther waa on complaint tiled dur lng.th progr of th work, hut It has slno beea withdrawn. . . . . Skrlakaar DlsTraas. It is asserted that difference of opinion in regard to th shrlnkags ef bogs at th stock yardVexlst between the packers and I. GORDON'S APPLY th board ot director of th Live Stook I L -.. Ql . o A ,k ka.nl assumed eon trot order to tho hog shrink era hav bea changed, so it Is stated, and complalnta from packera ar coming dally. Rumor ha it that tha packera d not Ilk th new' rule and will protest isiwtrs tb Defaaaaata la Ml gait Attalast Mayer aa City CaaaelL. . Samuel X. Gordon haa filed reply to tha answer of th defendants la hla suit agalaat I vigorously In aa attempt to hava th ex .Mayor Moores and tne city council to col- I chaua. adupt th former aystem of shrink Rightly selected food will cur mor than half, th dkaeas. Try, a sclsntlfie and healthy breakfast: Fruit of sonar kind, preferably cooked; a dish' of Grape-Nuts. With cream: tw soft-boiled est. Put two agg la a tin. pint cup ot boiling water, eovr and set off for nine minutes. White will then b tb consistency of cream and saoat aUy digested. On slice of bread arith buttef; eup of Pus turn Cereal Food Coflea. On that breakfast you can work like a horse and h perfectly nourished until 16 a. Tear nerveua troubles, heart pal pitation, stomach aud bowel troubles, kid ney complalnta and various pther disorders wlir gradually disappear ' and firm, solid health will aet in. Why You hava probably been living on poorly selected food; that U, food that doea net contain th required element the body seeds. Tbat sort of food, and coffs. is ths direct or Indirect caua of mor than half th Ills th human body acqulree. Grape-Nuts la a perfectly cooked food and both that and th Poatum Food Coffee contain fine microscopic particle of phos phate ot potash obtained in a natural way from the grslni ot th field and by soteatifia food expert Incorporated Into food and 1 mea In food to make gray matte, which Is the filling of ths brain cells and th nerve center all over the human body. A maa or woman thua fed I scientifically fed and rapidly grows la vigor and vitality. and becomes cspabls of conducting auc fully the affaire of life. T produc a per fect body and a money-making brain, th body must have th right kind of food and tb expert food specialist knows how t make It. That la Grp-Nut and Poatum Cereal Food Coffee, pradured at th pur food factories of th Poatum Cereal Co-, Ud., at Battle Creek, Mich. lect aalary alleged to b due him. . He fills eleven pages, typewritten, with a denial ot all but a few of the speoille allegations In tha answer, and TepeaU histoid charge tbat tha souncll, th city comptroller and the mayor ar ' fraudulaatly. unlawfully and wickedly conspiring to dsfsat and nullify ths orders of th court, and to cheat and defraud him, th plaintiff. Tw Fir Alarms. Soarks from th chimney In the house at 1014 South Thirteenth street, occupied by Lwta Finkenateln, Ignited the rout Uat l lb o ioc. An alarm but the fir wa quenched wlth- aounaeo, At i o cioca ajvomer aiarm waa sent in I extremely low aunng me iaai tea uaya or Ing hogs. KaarTacv Haaaltal BIIU Yesterday afters ooa City Clerk Shrlgley received from th emergency hospital In Omaha a bill for $154 tor tba car of three smallpox patients sent up ther from South Omaha. While an agreement was made b for patients wsr sent to this hospital tome of th members of th council tblak that tb bill is rather high and th author! ties at ths Omaha hospital way b asked tor further data. " ' Ra FlBsahsnr Harvest Kvss though tha temperature ha ha tuK-a.ua of a chimney fir at SjM California I atreet. Th swrvlc of th department was not neeaeo. rsa.rsl Natl. Funeral service ef th late I A. Gamer will ba held at th family reaklanca. 263t California street, Sunday at I p. to. two week th plumbrs hav had little t do la th war of thawing out frose water pipes. Th snow oa th ground has prevented th frost from striking la deep and thl has aavd pipe near tba aurfac from frsMlng. Ia building very few pipe nnnnEia's SAFE CURE Cns IllHIsn Sernp.es of (ho Grestcst Kidney Me dicine Ever Dis covered SENT ABSOLUTELY FREE TEST TOUR t'RINE.' Put some mora leg nrin In a glass or bottle, let It stand ti hours; If ther la a reddish Sediment in tb bottom ot th glass, or If the, urine Is cloudy or milky, or If .you see particles or germs floating about In It, your kldaeya are diseased and you should lo no time, but get a bottle of Waraer's Safe Cure, as It Is dangerous to neglect your kidney for even one day. . . , . WARNKR'S SAFE CURB is the only poaltlv cur for all forms of kidney, liver, bladder and blood diseases, utlo acid poi son, rbeumatlo gout, diabetes; pain In the back, scalding and painful passage of urine, frequent dealt- to urinate, painful periods, bearing down and so-cslled female weak aesa. -. KIDHEYS HEALTHY AT 02. Mrs. Rebecea Smith of Westfleld, N. J., who Is Bt years of age,' baa been cured of kidney aad bladder .diseases, and Is kept ' healthy by Warner's Sat Cur. WARNER'S SAFE) CURB IS purely vege tabl and contains no harmful, drugs; It doe pot constipate; It is now put up In . two regular sis and is sold by all drug gists, or direct, at 0 CKNTS AND $1.00 A BOTTLE. LESS THAN ONE CENT A DOSE. Refuse aubstltutes. There is none "Jusl as good as". Warner's Safe Cur. . It hai cured all form, of kidney disease during tb last, thirty year. ' II la prescribed by all doctors and used In th leading hos pitals aa the only absolute cur for all forma ot disease ot the kidney, liver, blad der and blood and so-called female weak ness. ' "' TRIAL COTTLE. FREE. To con vine 'every sufferer from die eases ot 'the kidney, '.liver, ', bladder aad blood that Warner's Safe' Cure will cur them a trial bottle will be sent Absolutely free to any one whd will' Vrit Warner. Safe Cure Co., Rochester. N. X". and men tion having seen "thla liberal' offer In Ths Omaha Dally Be. Th geaulaes ot this offer is fully guaranteed by the publisher. Our doctor will, send medical booklet, con taining symptom and - treatment of each ' disease, and many convincing testimonials, fr to but on who' will H." WARNER'S SAFE F1LL.H. taken with Warner's Safe Cur move th bowels and aid a speedy cure. . ft. Thc Gteat lsBj1iten)s fee v. a I BISBl Offla -.? JL Ft A F. Solvent and Eliminator of URIC MH) and other P0IS0IIS : fin .Esjssclsl" Dcsa : .To Ucrvciis end Dp. I. N. Love), of Nvt York, Former Professor of 'Clinital Mldicintand . jjtseases or Lmuaren tn (.oiuge Of Jttysutans ana surreons ana sue jnarton Sims CoUegi of Mtdkint, St. Louis, etc., etc., in Mea Uat uVirror, February, toot, aaya: .... . Women who lead Inaxtlv Uvea, whoso nerve are on edge most of the time, whoso aecretiona are neartr alwavs torpid, who breathe vitiated atmosphere, instead of being flatterec into believing that they are victim of neurasthenia, and thus rendered chronic invalids for lifet can. in the majority of instance, be relieved by a proper selection of diet, a stimulation of alt the excretory organs, a life in th open country, the breathing of pure air,' the indulgence Tn healthy exercise and proper massage, together with a, CurmLO UriimViiiEn sr&SS&& JE5 .and other ACCUHULATED POISONS (which are oftentlme the most potent causative factors in ineir aiatreaa), tar teiter wan oy coaaimg and powerful drurf Ing, in PKCUNAixbY use tendency Is toWd the1 "ACCUMULATION of POIAONS, which cans engorgement of the kidneya and pelvic organs, thick neaa of the blood and torpidity of the circulation, aches and pain and general discomfort, and oftentimes the Intense and dangerous nausea and vomiting t9t.S - m.m A I aa anAetjaam aa kaa asm A I laaat tsa4 ArMstM aa naaBt isp prVKIIaUIWT au A swaaav mtrvm wiiaa i.iviig tvaiaaa, biwviiilsiii v we a a cede the awful PUERPERAL CONVULSIONS, so trinch dreaded by prac titioner; AND THESE POISONS SHOULD BE ELiniNATED, : " I have had aeveral patient who Buffered from these unfortunate 1 conditions, Including PUERPERAL CONVULSIONS. Uniformly by atten tion to the hygiene of the patient, proper exercise, Judicious diet, outdoor H ffiStSiS; Djffilo LiTiimVZATEn they have escaped the affliction, and made rapid recoveries.' , DainiaUO LtTIlIA VZraTER " D Orooars and Druggist generally. Testimonials which defy all Imputations or questions snt to any address. PROPRIETOR BUFFALO LITHIA SPRINGS. VIRGINIA . . Is a dlseas which has Its origin ia a torpid Uvcr aad constipated bowel. 'rickly Ash MfM laalnesa bv cleaaslag th Uvcr, strengthening diffvstioa sad regulating ths bowtls. It make good blood, craata appettt. ea a d cheerfulness. . PRICE, 1.00 PER BOTTLE. ' at druo SToate. th Mil 1 . ' B iters M'Ji When dissatisfied move to The Bee BuUding ? ? 0Sf Reasonable rental prices and perfect ' accommodations R. C PETERS & CO. Rental Agents, Ground floor, Bee Bulldln;. This slgaaait Is oa vry boat af th geaala Laxative Uromo-Quinine tsi. th rsiaily tha asuraa a caM la aa aa.