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Where quality and Price gount Dr. Rowe's Stock Food. Thirty Telephones Ring Up 137 Ve Win Bell It la the Druar Dept. Main Flour Here's something of special value to our farmer and stockmen friends. Your horse, eow. sheep, goat or plir the whole family of either around you will "Just lore It." It'll gladden and fatten and PAY. All It qualities are detailed on the packages, but "the proof of the pudding It In the eat ing." Try It on your stock. Per 4-1 a. pksJ....4H Per 2.-lh. palla. .P'J.4 mm THE OMAHA DAILY 11EK: FHIDAV, At II I L 25, 1002. - iHHARNEY 5ts. Omaha: r"-BaEV mm Every day is bargain day at Bennett's, but our week-ends swell into a great bargain aggregate It's then you buy just what'you want at less money than you'd willingly give Why? Because the whole week of immense trading makes Friday and Saturday TRANSCENDENT BARGAIN DAYS to right our stocks and make room for car loads on track Come today, if not come tomorrow. There's SATISFACTION AND MONEY in it for all Week-Hud Shoe Bargains I. TVe have no competitors In men'a or lad tne following and be convinced: Men'a calf custom tip Lace Shoes y "jnMn's black vlrl kid, custom fl fT that do not scuff iJJ , cap Qoodyear welt, lace u.vju ' Men'a genuine dnngola Berlin cap lace very soft and easy Men'a Danish kid. London cap.. H double sole toufth wearers.... Men'a Danish kid. plain toe, an excellent ahoa for tender feet... Men'a vlcl kid, custom tip, exten sion edge, 3-sole lace shoes Men's vlcl kid. custom tip. sum mer weight Lace Shoes Men'a vlcl kid Olobe plain toe, weight lace or con- ' areas 2.00 2.00 2.00 .2.50 .2.50 summer .2.50 Mfn'H box calf, custom Up. extension edge, three-sole Laca Shoes Men's box calf, custom tip, summer weight Lace Shoes.... Men's black Russia calf, col lege cap. lace, Goodyear welt.. .2.50 2.50 3.00 vr.n'. Knllh enamel Raalan cap three sole, Goodyear wen : iiii lace Men's velour calf, fashion cap, perforated vamp, Qoodyear welt, 3.00 - An endless variety of ladles' Walking shs: ColonlsX with" IU. steel or nickel buckles; lower than any sale Tlea or Baiidals. Week-End Crockery Bargains H gallon Crystal Water , Ko Pitchers . Crystal Orango ...I4C uowia.. , Crystal Berry Saucers Beml-Porcelaln Platea Beml-Porcelaln Sauce Dishes MY ARE SEEKING Governor Savage Overworked Listening to Ippeali of Applicants, CASE IS A PECULIAR ONE RICHARDS' Janitors at tba State Hoasa Threaten to Btrlka oa Aceoaat of. Order ' to Exterminate Daaae . lions oa Lawa. (From a BtafI Correspondent) LINCOLN. April J4 (Speelal. Oorernor Savac Is allowed no peace from those who r. elamorlnc for clemency In behalf of oenltentlary ' convicts. Today Mrs. P. Courser Richards, after appearing In the trial a complaining witness, went before the governor and pleaded tor the pardon of her husband, who was recently convicted and sentenced In this city to twelve years Imprisonment for assaulting his U-year-old stepdaughter, Marie Magdants. With tears streaming from ber eyes she told the gov ernor she bad wronged ber husband and that although she testified against him In court, fbe was sow oonfldent be was Inno cent. Richards was convicted on the testimony of Mrs. Richards, the girl victim, and two physicians. Mrs. Richards now declares that the prosecution was a conspiracy be tween ber sister and herself and that the cbarees were without foundation. The ease presents several remarkable and even ss toundlng features. The prisoner Is 61 years of sgs and for twenty years has been well known la local political circles. Governor Savage baa promised to listen to any plea that may be based upon something tangible, but hs insists oa having more convincing testimony than that glyen by Mrs. Richards It Is Said that another physician has ex amined the girl and la willing to give bis word that the assault was not committed, Dlacaaa Home Companies. The various plans of borne investment companies now doing business In this and other states will be the subject for coosld- It's in the Brew BLATZ BEER MILWAUKEE appeals - at sacs to lovers of tba beverage as a most extraordi nary brw. There's 44 i hat ladeacrt b a b I e goodness characteris tic of "BLATZ and It sever varies. Try It ssd yoa'11 say say so too. BLATZ MALT-VIVINE (Neo-Intoxlcant) Tonic Druggists or direct. VAX. IUn BREWING CO, Milvsstee, O ISA MA IIUCH, tdia Dealaa St. Tea. lOSU. ,2c : '3c ; ' 2f. "?.!!- " 10c , ' : . . sjsaa sj an inr ............asss.. . a . .. i . . " 1 I ... Inrnunl IOIIIIC CCEl Jfclfl fSnfin I lea $3.00. 12.60 or 13.00 footwear. Read Men's black vlcl kid. Broadway plain, lace or congress. Goodyear welt a very nice old gentleman's snoe Men's black vlcl kid Arso cap, Qoodyear welt, very stylish... 3.00 .3.00 Ladies. Ladles' vlcl kid. patent tip, polish, flexible soles, Cincinnati made, all O flfl alxes and widths s..7U Ladles, vlcl kid, lac, kid tip, extension soles, Cincinnati 2.00 made Ladles' vlcl kid, patent leather or kid tip, hand turned, very 2 RO stvllsh aa.iw Ladles' vlcl kid, patent leather or kid tips Ooodyear welt, an sixes ana widths, new shapes Ladles' patent colt, Imitation turned aoles, full dress Ladles' Ideal kid. Imitation flexible soles, nice street boots 2.50 tip, hand .3.00 tip. very ...3.00 at prices Oxford Shoes In the following. styles Meat Dish J5c large . Blue Spray Tea Cups and ROC Saucers set of six Plates to match 1q arable discussion st the forthcoming meet ing of the Nebraska 8tate League of Local Loan and Building associations, calls lor which have been Issued by President C. F. Bentley of Grand Island and Secretary El mer E. Bryson ol Omaha. The meeting will be held In the council chamber at South Omaha Tuesday, April 29, beginning at p. m. Among those who will participate In the program are: C. F. Bentley. C. w. Brlnnlnger, Orand Island; T. Z. Fltimor- ris, F. H. Oalaes. Howard Kennedy, jr Omaha; A. Truesdell, Fremont; W. P. Ad kins, A. H. Murdock, South Omaha; P. L. Hall sod E. Royse. Lincoln. The purpose of the meeting Is set forth in the following message: n itnunt irawth and develoDment of our state calls for better and more liberal systems of transacting all business, and this calls for a like Improvement in the plans and methods of loan and building associations. The purpose of these annual meetings IS to compare systems ana ex periences. Now, with these numerous bogus home companiea operating in m, aa well as ail states in wnicn allowed to do businees, manes an me m ra...nn for bulldlna and loan officers and directors attending this meeting, so they will be fully prepared to act and all work In harmony and unison for the upbuilding of legitimate, co-operative Institutions. Janitors Threaten to Strike. Janitors st the stats bouse srs threaten ing s strike because of the action of tne Btate Board of Publio Lands and Buildings In ordering them to have all dandelion plants removed from the cspltol lawn be fore May 1. They say It will be Impossible to do the work In the time allowed end that rather than pay other men to assist them they will give up their positions. The board has decreed that If the plants are not removed extra men will be employed at the task and their pay deducted from that of the regular Janitors. Today two of the Janitors were out on the lawn waging war ' of extermination against the yellow flowers, bat their colleagues Insisted that It was s useless effort. Traction Deal Pending. ReDorts have gained circulation In this city that a syndicate of Investors Is nego Mating for the purchase of the Lincoln Traction company property. President p. II. Burnham of the First National bank one of the men Interested In the matter. The city of Lincoln haa been given a Judg ment againat the company for $47,000 and a third Hen for several more thousands and It Is said that the existence of this Judg ment may have soms effect upon the nego tiations. Mr. Burnham, when asked as to the report of the Intended purchase, said: "I did negotiate for the property some time ago and am willing to renew my offer at any time. I offered Mr. Scudder, the president of the company, $1,000,000 for the property. He seemed favorable to a sale for awhile, but afterward refused my offer. I am ready to pay that sum for It now." Hfcea llakl.f Broome. Dressed la a brand new suit of stripped clothes. "Billy" Rhea, the condemned mur derer who received a resplts yesterday st the hands of Governor Savage. aa this aft ernoon put at work In the broom factory. He seems somewhat brightened up ss a re sult of bis new lease on life, but seems to have learned something la bis narrow es cape. His tongue Is not nearly so loose as It once was and be no longer curses the guards and warden, declaring that none has the courage to execute him. According to the command of the gov ernor, Rbea muat be kept In solitary con finement while be Is not st work, snd In structions will be carried out to the letter. The Bennett Live 8 lock company baa ap plied to the secretary of the State Board of Irrigation tor permission to use the water of Lodge Pole creek. In Kimball county, tor Irrigation purposes. The com pany proposes to construct a dam across the creek near the town of Kimball, from which a canal wuuld be operated for a dis tance of five miles la as eaaterly direction. ' " ' I - I 11 1111 -!- Week-End Dry Goods Sale. This has been a heavy week -so far Friday and Saturday watch the bargain c Specials for Friday and Saturday Domestic Dept. Main Floor. Fin Imported Scotch Zephyrs in black and white, neat designs, worth Kir' 25c. Special at VW Wrapper Klmona Cloth in cream e-rmjnd with neat dr. igns sonic with 12AC fancy borders. Special at Si2W 36-lnoh Curtain Swiss, very fine. 25 new designs to select from 17c quality. r Special at ffc Hosiery Specials 20 dozen ladles' fast black Hose, dou- f fr hie sole, high spliced ankle, sneciai v w Special 1 5u0 dozen ladles' fancy Hose, In all colors, striped and figured. Special at LADIK8' KNIT UNDERWEAR 25c 8PE C1ALS. Ladles' Jersev Ribbed Vests, silk tapefKf and lace finished. Special at 26c &. tW Ladles' Knli I'nderwear, in all latest styles, plain and trimmed. Spe- Qp clal at 4nc, 2oc and ST7W 50 dozen ladies' Summer Vests with short sleeves and sleeveless. Iflp 6pecial at 1 vrv Ribbons and Belts SPECIAL 25 dozen Duchess Belts. 21c a great drive, at cw 100 pieces fancy ribbon, the kind Qc you pay lac for. Special at - w TCKW FAKABUl.B laoies iiRrnM iiom 75c to .n0. 10c to $2.25. Misses' and children's from Corset Department Main Floor. Ladles' Summer Corsets in all the new styles. Special it 50 dozen Corsets, the kind you nar tl m fnr HnerlRl at 48c 75c The Girdle Corset, made of line grade tape, perfect fitting. Special at $1 Muslin Underwear Specials Main -Floor. IMargaurlte Corset Covers. Speclu.1 price A big drive in ladles' White Skirts. Special price Ladies' Chemise, ruffles round neck and bottom. Special at Ladles' Night Gowns, a great 25c 98c 25c 48c Special., 30 m dam across the creek would lorm a reservoir capable of holding enough water for use In dry seasons without decreasing the allowance ' of prior appropriators. About 800 acres of land would be irri gated from the canal. Secretary Dobsori haa taken the application under considera tion and will give a decision soon. Doctors to Attend Conference. The following men of medicine have been appointed by Governor Savage to attend the American congress of tuberculosis to be held at the Hotel Majestic, New York City, May 14, 15 and 16: Joseph Scroggs, Julius H. Tyndale, R. Emraett Olffen and A. R. Mitchell, Lincoln; A. B. Somers, J. M. Keys, W. O. Bridges, W. F. Milroy snd E. F. Teal. Omaha; A. W. KODinson. Beat rice; H. T. Holden, Norfolk; I. 1 Smith. Syracuse; Samuel S. YOder, Wymore; J. V. Beghtol, Friend; Carroll u. Evans, coium bus. and Henry D. Boyden, Grand bland. Articles of Incorporation of ths Hayes Eames Elevator company of Hastings were recorded In the secretary of state's office. The company is capitalized for $100,000 and Its Incorporators are: George 8. Hayea, Edward W. Eamea and Mllo D. Eames. CENSURES SAVAGE'S ACTION Friends of Herman Ilka Severely Condemn Snepensloa of Rhea's Sentence. FREMONT. Neb.. April 14. (Special.) The action of Governor Savage In repriev ing the sentence of Rhea Is generally condemned here, except smong those who do not believe in capital punishment, al though It was expected. Around Bnyder snd Scrlbner the feeling against the governor Is bitter nnd If Rhea maa tn the Dodae county Jail Instead of the penitentiary a recurrence of the Cas per, Wyo., lynching affair might be en acted. Those who assisted Sheriff Kreader In bis fight to save Gardner from the mob st Crowell when he was srrested near there the day after the Zahn murder snd op poaed organizing a mob to come to Fremont and ham Rhea.' are especially severe In their condemnation of the governor. It waa rumored here today that Darrell, who was acquitted of the Zahn murder, had been lynched In Wyoming last week but the report could not be substantiated. After Darrell waa released from the Dodge county Jail In April last he went to Yankton. 8. D.. and was arrested there a few weeks afterward on some criminal ch.rze. Ha was In Jail there for some time and on his discharge was ordered out of town bv the police and went to tne Big Horn country In Wyoming. York Coantr Crops Flonrlsh. YORK. Neb., April 14. (Special.) Grow ing crops are In One condition in Yors eounty. Never In the history of the county has there bean a spring when winter wheat looked any better. There are fields of win ter wheat In York county which stand from four to seven inches high. About BO per cent of the acreage here is in winter wheat Quite s little screage haa bean put tn eats and U Is coming up through the ground In fine shape. Already a number of farmers are plowing for corn. The ground turns up moist and is In line condition. There have been thousands of seres seeded to timothy, clover snd alfslfa. Nursery men claim they have sold more fruit trees to farmera than Is many years past. Arm Broken la Baaaway. PLATTSMOUTH. Neb.. April 14. (Spe clal.) While going to attend a funeral here (his afternoon a dog frightened a horse drawing a carriage and Mrs. Posey Mesaer smith and daughter of Jobs Ranner were thrown from the buggy and the right arm of Miss Rsnner was broken. in the dry goods and women' wear departments proof of bargain knowing. Coma irele opposite silk counter. There's always There's always " 5c 25 pieces Special Curtain Scrim. t 25 pieces 36-inch white Curtain Swiss, very fine, lHc quality. fr Special at laSW At the Bargain Circle Center Aisle Main Floor. All kinda of remnants at half price. 50 dozen Art Pillows, covered with fancy denims, full 3 pound size, for hammocks, porches and lawns. Special HQC at Week-End Grocery Bargains Week-End Speciuls. Kindly place your -"delivery orders as early In the day as possible. The week end strain is severe even with our greatly Increased facilities. Our thanks in an ticipation. House Cleaning Made Easy Gibson's Soap Polish, 10c box for 5c Swedish Brown Beans, per pound Dried Lima Beans (best quality) per pound Bird Gravel, one-pound package Saratoga Chips (very fine) per pound . Schepp's Cocoanut (bulk) per pound Good Dried Peaches, per pound , Canned Blueberries, at ...6c ...8c ...9c 25c 20c ,.10c .10c J-pound can Grated Pine Apple, l()c at 8-pound can Sugar Beets, at '- Deviled Crabs (with shells), per can ' Imported Sardines, per can Hand Picked Navy Beans, per pound f 121c .25c ..10c ....4c 'PHONES - RING UP Sixth District Committee talis con vention and Looks Over the Political Field. GRAND ISLAND, Neb., April 24. (Spe cial Telegram.) The Sixth district repub lican congressional committee met here to day. Chairman McDonald of Kearney called the meeting to order at 2 o'clock by an address, in which he congratulated the people that adverse majority in days or populism of 4,500 had been gradually cut down until the district now gave a repub lican majority. References to McKinley and Roosevelt were vigorously applauded. Twenty-five counties were represented. making one of the beat attended meetings In the history of the district. On the second ballot as to the location of the convention Crawford was cnosen, securing thirteen of twenty-five votee. Thursday, June 12, at 1:30 p. m. wss fixed as the time for the convention. Repre sentation Is based on one delegate for each 100 votes or major fraction thereof cast for Kincald In 1900. making a delegation of little over 200. Among prospective can didates on the ground were: Judge Kin cald, Senator Curry, Hon. A. B. Cady and Hon. Frank Beemao. seakches "Tor lost wife Iowa Man In aeat of woman saia to Have Left Htm in the Larch. FREMONT, Neb., April 24. (Special.) A man who gave bis name as Neal and bis residence Blencoe, la., was In town yester day looking for his wife, whom he ssid had eloped Monday from her home In Blencoe with Fred Lee, also a resident of thst town. He said that the pair bought tickets to Fremont and had tbelr baggage checked to this point. He was unable to get asy trace of them and no baggage had come here from that point. Neal bad pictures of the, couple, but no hotel people were sble to Identify them ss smong their guests during the last week. Mrs. Neal is said to bs 21 years of age snd nine years younger than her husband, and Lee about the same age aa the woman be Is alleged to have disappeared with. Neal ststes that Lee bad been very at tentive to his wife recently and ahe ap peared equally Infatuated with him. He did not give his first name while here snd was rather reticent about matters. Mollue Gets Three Years. HOLDREGE. Neb.. April 24. (Special Telegram.) The ten days' session of dis trict court cloaed today. A. Moline was found guilty of obtaining property under false pretenses and was sentenced to three years' bard labor tn the penitentiary, Hans Kerr snd Charlie Peterson, who were convicted some months ago tor sell Ing liquor without license, hsd their cases up, as the supreme court bad affirmed sen tences of the lower court. In default of payment on their fines they are confined In the county Jail. It will lake them over tour months to serve out their fines snd costs. Fred Child of Bertrand was fined $100 for selling liquor without license. Bird Falls Of His Perrh. HASTINGS, Neb.. April 24. (Special Telegram.) While s crowo or boys were giving Frank Leplnskl and Miss Mary Etta KeDndy a charivari last night young Bird got so enthuaiaatlc that be loet bis equili brium snd fell off s blgh porch snd sua talned a broken arm- Crop Damaaje hear Eaeter. EXETER. Neb., April 24. -(Special.) The severe weather this week has damaged fall a beat sad oats la this part of the 1 n r r 1 1 n 1 I i.M ! I tL-ii.u - uwwis "lust what you're looking for" there. 20 dozen assorted fancy Cushions, ARe 75c quality. Special at OW 5.0i yards remnants of Shirting Calico. Special at lc BO plecea 20-Inch all linen crash, made by the Gold Medl Linen manufac- Qc turers, lie kind. Special at -w 23 dozen White Sheets. "Bennett's Special." torn and Ironed, guaranteed the 4Qc fine kind. Size ,2iM. Special al 50 dozen extra heavy white Pillow If)-. Cases, size 42x64. Special at ,ww Tea and Coffee Section TEA8 Our teas are outstanding In style of leaf, freedom irom dust, fragrance In cup, delicacy and richness of lliiuor and are the best values ever offered to the public. B F. Japan, rormosa iioiona;, uunpuwuer. Young Hyson. English Breakfast, '"lUf. or Ceylon, per pound UVJV "Snatch a grace beyond the reach of art' and drink BENNETTS TEAS. COFFEES Fresh every day. For body, flavor, uniformity and thorough reliability of quality, our coffeea are supreme. All grades, every grade choice. All prices, every price a saving. SPECIAL Remarkably fine drink, 2ic per pound iiv in 10-pound lots, per pound, 12c. SPICES Our own brand of spices carry our warrant, and are Bold In air tight cans, thus assuring purity and freshness the essentials of right spices. ,Week-End Candy Sale Every piece of candy la guaranteed pura and of choicest Ingredients. The mora you eat of Bennett's candles the more you want of them. FRIDAY SPECIAL 9c per pound Wln- tergreen and Peppermint Lozengra, ner noimd ...... Maple Cream Kisses, tier nnund ... 25c Best Caramels, assorted. CXClc oer Dound -. XJVJK Lemon Drops, oer Dound ,.15c 25c 20c Butter Daisies, 2Sf tier pound J Assorted Butter Creams, ter Dound Chocolate Creams, ln ner Dound Icw 15c 15c Salted Peanuts, tier pound City Gum Drops, Qr per pound Nebraska Mix, Qc per pound 137. state to a very considerable extent. The season has been so very dry thst less than half of the oats were up, snd the dirt being so loose. It Is feared that the beavy winds have blown the seed out of the ground. The hard freeze Wednesday morning also did much damage, probably killing all oats that were up, and all the small fruit. Ice to the thickness of s quarter Inch was formed. All potatoes and garden truck that were through the ground also were nipped. CANAL PROMOTERS ELATED Colamhoa Men Raise Necessary Snm to Stand Expense of Engineer's Investigations. COLUMBUS, Neb., April 24. (Bpeclal.) An Important step baa been taken In the promotion of the big power canal project st this place. When Frits Jaeggl snd H. E. Babcock of the Nebraska Central Irrigation ''company laid the matter before electrical capitalists In New York two months ago they were aasured that the power plant would be financed to the extent of bait a million or more upon the endorsement by their own engineers of ths representations made by Mr. Jaeggl and Mr. Babcock, but ths Irri gation company must go to $2,500 expense In securing the required exhaustive report from the engineers named. The amount baa been acquired and a New York engineer is now enrouts here. Con servative business men say bis mission means untold sdvsntsge to this city snd the sdjacent territory. NEBRASKA CITY STORE LOOTED Visited hr Robbers, Who Make Away with Small Chance and Merchandise. NEBRASKA CITY, April 24. (Special. ) Burglars entered the store of Charles Stahlhut last night through a rear cellar window. After forcing their way Into the store they proceeded to thoroughly ransack the stock. They got $3 or $3 in small change from the cash register and took Jewelry, knives snd similar articles to tbs value of about 50. The police have been working on the case all day, but up to this time have found no clue to the robbers. Want Promise of So Proaeeatlon. GENEVA, Neb., April 24. (Special.) It Is a generally known fact in Geneva that the friends of J. M. Fisher, the defaulting cashier of the First National bank of Geneva are making efforts to have him permitted to return without danger of prosecution. Niqo years ago Fisher ab sconded with all the available cash of the bank. The records of ths bsnk show that hat theft was never made good by bis bondsmen. The stockholders were the losers, snd they are unwilling that Fisher should bs silo wad to return unless bs bs brought to trial for tba crime. Steal Hares and Poison Bark. BEATRICE. Neb.. April 24. (Special.) Within the lost week thieves have stolen a number of Belgian bares belonging to Mr. Sbrevs of this city. Tuesday night they took all the young hares belonging ts blm and poisoned the old buck. Mr. Shrove Is making strenuous efforts to dlscovsr tbs guilty psrtles. frosts Damage Frnlt Crap. OSCEOLA. Neb., April 24. (Special.) gome of the nurserymen snd fruit grower of this county say that the late frosts bavs greatly Injured the fruit crop, probably re ducing It by one-half. Week-End Clothing Bargains , OUR SPECIALTY MEN'S BLUE AND BLACK SUITS. OUR LEADER Men's All Wool Black Clay Worsted Suits, well made, good durable linings, worth $10.00 fL 7ft Our price O Men's Extra Quality All Wool Blue and Black Worsted 8ults and Blsck Thlbeta Good weight, made with stiff front or without, so that the coat will not sag In front, sewed with Bilk throughout; cheap st $18.00 Our price for Frl- 7a day and Saturday II. JO SPECIAL FOR FRIDAY Men's "clean up or odd Hats at $2.60 and ...v 1.00 Week-End Art Bargains. Second Floor. A fresh shipment of PHOTO FRAMES, glass. To flt one photo To flt two photos To flt three photos To flt four photos To flt five photos The above 2lc ,35c ,; 48c 69c 85c frames are In gold, electric Week-End Cigar Bargains. A popular cigar stand depends on quality, uniformity of quality, unfailing fresh ness and first-class facilities for properly handling clears and tobaccos. All thse essentials are Intelligently seen to and safeguarded here. The result Is that every Bennett smokable la a soothing satisfaction. SPECIAL A few more of our 10c (E-, Clear Havana Cigars for SO FOR $2.40. Carter Harrison, So Cigar for 50 FOR. 3ic ....$1.70. O. D. for., K. 50 cigars 1.90 White Knlght-CO cigars 1,90 Chllds-60 cigars . for. .1.80 ORDERS FOR MEMORIAL DAY Department Commanders Falls Ipoa Comrades to Remember Their Dead. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, April 24. (Special.) Officials of the Nebraska department of the Grand Army of the Republic have Issued the fol lowing orders to veterans for the observ ance of Memorial day. May 30: , A third of a. centurv aaro the renowned volunteer soldier, our comrade, John Logan, by special order, designate May m aa a day sacred to the memory of our dead comrades, and on which to decorate each soldier's grave with flowers and fo plant over it the flag under which he fought. It Is meet and proper tor us to rememoer the aacred duty we owe to the memory of our comrades who have "crossed over to the other shore." Let us not forget that, while, to many this day Is a memory of glorious deeda and battlea won, to some, at least. It ia a day of memory for unfor- gotten heroes, who died that this nation might live. Lest the rising generation rorget, lei me remind them that the patriotism and deeds of heroism of the dead and living of the civil war have given tn this nation a mortal fame that commands the admira tion of the world and bequeaths to genera tions to ome a herltsge so full of. lessons of love and loyalty, so replete In unselllah sacrifices In the cause of freedom, that only those devoid of gratitude can ever forget the debt they can never repay those gray-haired veterana. Heretofore it nas oeen tne pnviira. u the aurvlvlng heroes of the civil war and th natrtotlc DeoDle of this nation to deco rate with flowers and flags the last resting place of their heroes, and as tne Bpaman war has shown that the worthy "sons of noble sires" will, whenever an opportunity offers, follow the old flag to victory, even to the very heart of the celestial empire. It Is earnestly recommended that all gravea of those gallant boys of this war be decorated. Commanders, see to it inst memorial Sabbath la observed as sscredly as Me morial day, and ao arrange mat an may attend. Poat commanders will see to It that the Memorial day committee make proper ar rangement witn tne scnooi ooaras lur patriotic exercises in the public schools on the Friday preceding Memorial day, and that comrades be detailed to visit each school at an hour agreed upon to connuci the services. Invite the members of your auxiliary to assist in three services, and where there are reDresentatlvee of our de- nartment of patriotic Inatructlon consult with them In relation to program, etc. It Is the duty of the comradea to see that tha rlaa- la raised at half-mast on all public buildings and every school house In the tula .1 n Uiv SO. No effort snould oe sparea to nave au ...rrlui mil demonstrations consistent mith i ha nurnnaes to which this aacred day haa tvn dedicated, and all exhibitions or amusements that would have a tendency to detract from Its proper onservsnce or pro fane Its solemn purpose should be promptly and emphatically discouraged and frowned upon by all good cittsene. The thirtieth nsttonal et-campment pro- that the reading of President Lin coin's Gettysburg addreaa be made a special feature of all Memorial day exerciaea held under the auspices of the Grand Army of tha Remiblic. I hereby enclose same, and nost commanders will see to It that It be r..H in connection with the services. Post chaplains will make full renort of Memorial day aervlces on the- Inclosed hiank and return to tha department chap lain, whose name and address will be an nounced In future orders. rarker Will Casa fesdlac BEATRICE. Neb., April 24 (Special.) Judge J. 8. Btull convened court here yes tcrdar afternoon. Tbs cass of P. H. Parker against U C. Psrker, brought to compel ths defendant to show sn sccountlng of the Psrker estate, was taken up tor trial. Tbs suit is supposed to be the final wlndup of ths Psrker will case, which waa aired through the courts here some tiros sgo, The case may occupy tbs remainder of the week. - ' I lames Sheltoa Teachers. 8H ELTON. Neb., April 24. Special.) At a meeting of ths school board last sight ths full corps of teachers were elected for next year. The list Includes Prof. Reasoner, Miss Ells Pax ton. Miss Pearl Ocobock. Miss Cora Whits. 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