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THE OMAHA DAILY HEE: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER L'O. 1002.
FREIGHT TRAFFIC ALLIANCE! Union Ptcifio Malta Agreement with St. 4 Grand Island. OPENS TERRITORY TO OMAHA JOBBERS &r Arrtnirmrnli Knablrs Shippers Here to lamprte irlth t. Jnarph Kansas City W htlrnil. ers In Certain Section. A freight traffic alliance has been formed between the Colon Pacific and the St. Jo seph ft Grand Island road which will be of practical benefit to Omaha commercial Interests. The Union Pacific Is to have through service prlYllege over the St. Jo eph ft Grand Island, enabling the Omaha trade to compete with that of St. Joseph nd Kansas City In tlmo an far east on tb St. Joseph Grand Island as Falrbury. Heretofore the Inlon Pacific has run Its freight cart on Its own line to Grand Island nd there, unloaded whatever goods it bad south to the Grand Island line. This pre vented the Omaha goods from reaching this territory as quickly as shipments from the two Missouri cities and practically shut Omaha out of this section as a successful competitor of either of the other cities. Vnder the arrangement Just effected the t'nlon Pacific will get Its freight Into Grand Island during the night and out for the eastern territory, between Grand Inland and Falrbury, in ample time to head oft the freight from Kaness City and St. Jo seph. The same provisions which concede these privileges to the t'nlon Pacific withhold them from the Burlington. That is one of the specifications of the contract. The t'nlon Tactile has thus managed to get In on the ground floor of an exclusive alli ance. The Burlington freight for points long the St. Joseph ft Grand Island In this territory Is taken from Omaha to Hastings and there handed over to the Grand Island road, and so far as Is known this arrangement will obtain. Some time ago the Burlington bought the Kansas City ft Omaha, which formed a part of the St. Joseph ft Grand Island, and at that time and many times since It has been rumored that the t'nlon Pacific had effected a, trade for the St. Joseph ft Grand Island, or at least had, by some arrangements, se cured a controlling Interest In that prop erty. The report was never confirmed In Omaha nor St. Joseph, but was In New York some four or Ave weeks ago. For certain reasons It was considered best, the story goes, for the t'nlon Pacific to suppress sny authorized publication of Its true relations toward this minor road. The new alliance does not by any means have the effect of 'discrediting the report that the t'nlon Pa- . rifle controls the St. Joseph ft Grand Island But whatever the facts be, the business men of Omaha who will profit by the new traffic agreement will not stop to question, since they will be getting the benefit of an open door Into a heretofore restricted ter ritory whose trade la of great value. rr art trail y General superintendent. The notice designating the duties of cer tain Union Pacific officials, previously re ferred to In The Bee, was posted yesterday by President Burt. As was predicted, this cir cular shows Superintendent of Transporta tion Buckingham practically In the position of general superintendent, which title, it Is thought, will soon be conferred upon him. Regarding Mr. Buckingham's duties the president says: Ths superintendent of transportation will have charge of all matters pertaining tn ths transportation service and the following named officers will report direct to him: Bupertntedent Of telegraph, L. II. Korty; superintendent of dining car service, A. 14. Ackley; car service agent, w. D. IJncoIn; special agent, W. T. Canada. As has been said, this materially In creases ths functions of the superintendent of transportation and makes him prac tically a general superintendent. Here tofore the officials placed under his direc tion ware under General Manager Dickin son. Tet Mr. Buckingham's duties will not be as extensive as were Mr. Dickin son's. Much of the work which fell to that official Is now distributed anjong others. , The circular Indicates no significant changes In the affairs of the chief en gineer and superintendent of motive power, who, however, are given some addi tional routine mutters to look after. Both vers amenable to the general manager, but - are not to ths new superintendent. The circular, though Just Issued, dates back to November 1. Switchmen Uet More Pay. A raise in wages to the amount of the seals for switchmen recently adopted In Chicago was granted Tuesday afternoon to eighteen Illinois Central switchmen In Council Bluffs. Ths men were getting con siderably less thsn any other switchmen In this section and had no difficulty In securing the advance. It was conceded on orders from Superintendent Hlgglns of Chicago, through Superintendent Fletcher at Fort Dodge aa soon as presented. The Chicago scale Is an advance of S cents an hour for helpers and 4 for foremen. BOARD HAS SOME PROBLEMS rerniexla- questions In Reaard to Assessments Are to Be Solved. In the course of Its morning session the Board of Review considered a number of complaints, but made very few alterations In the assessments as fixed by the tsx com mlssloner. One perplexing condition brought to the attention of the board Is that In several esses thst have been presented property has been recently purchased for cash at a less amount than the assessment of the tax commissioner. When closely questioned, however, the owners have been constrained to admit that ths purchase price was leas than ths value of the property and less than they would be willing to sell for a' this time. The board will endeavor to ar rive at ths true value of ths property re gardless of the purchase price. Another problem Is presented to the board In connection with property along the line of Central boulevard, a portion ot which has been condemned by the park board tor the boulevard, and the remaining portion ot which has been sssessed in some cases by the tsx commissioner at figures hlghor than the appraisement In the con- damnation proceedings. Among ths complaints received yesterday was ons from John Q. Willis, who objects to ths valuation of $13 000 which, the tax commissioners plated upon the Coliseum property on the ground that It la not suf aciently high. Graham and Ire, the own ers of ths property have been notified to appear before the board today to show cause why the assessment should not be raised. Tate Food-ltrlaW. A combination of food elements In con venient and palatable form makes blood and Been brings strengtn and health to ths weak that's Malt-Nutrlns. A real tonle whose dally use is good for all sort and conditions ot men and women. Pbysl clans approve It. Sold by all druggists. Prepared enly by Anheuser-Busch Brenln Ass n.. St. Louis, U. 8. A. Publish your legal notices In Ths Weekly Bee. Telephone IJs. Uanaea ml (lass. Edbolm. Jeacler. omaha furnishes the goods This City Produces l.arae Proportion of Basle Material for Ulan Kiplonlve. Omaha la Just now furnishing a very large proportion of the basic material for the manufacture of high exploMves. Three of the largest dynamite factories In the country are being supplird with the gly cerine tis;d in making that delicate artwio of commerce. Mr. Edward Cudahy, In course of a con versation concerning the work now being done at hie plant here, said his company has arranged with several of the largest soapmaklng factories of France for buy ing their entire product of crude glycer ine, from which Is manufactured at South Omaha the chemically pure article that Is the base of nltro-glycerlnc. from which dy namite Is made. One lot of 1,000,000 pounds of the crii'ie glycerine has recently been reeelvtd at th Cudahy works, being Im ported from France. In addition to tin Imported article, the Cudahy plant pro duces quite a bit of glycerine on Its own sccount aa It is also engaged extensively in the manufacture of soap. The refined glycerine Is being sold to dynamite factor lee at Joplin. Mo., San Francisco and In Michigan. In addition to the regular products of a packing house such as meats cured and conked, packed In canvass or tins, or sent without packing the Cudahy plant deals In pepsin and beef extract, hair and bris tles, soap, and a list of things that would read like an Inventory of a department store. Hair Is shipped by the steamer load to Glasgow, where It Is used for upholstery, and bristles by the train load-are sent to Paterson N. J. where they are made Into brushes of every sort. Just at present the output of the soap factory is about 325, 000 boxes of 125 bars esch of soap a year. Packages for these are made at the box factory of the plant. In addition to the cans used In the course of Its business the Cudahy can factory will soon be In the market to supply tin packages for any who wish them. Material used In this factory is all American prod uct, experience having proven that Amer ican tlnplato is as satisfactory in every respect as the best of the Welsh article. One thing that Is troubling the Omaha packers Juef now Is the high price of fuel. The Cudahy plant at Omaha expends $100, 000 a year for coal and finds that this Is considerably higher In "proportion than the fuel bill at Kansas City. Awfnl Lun Lire Follows neglect of throat and lung dis eases, but Dr. King's New Discovery cures such troubles or no pay. 60c, $1.00. For sale by Kuhn ft Co. George R. Voss, whose body was recently found on the grounds of the Omaha Gun club, carried a $5,000 accident policy with H. E. Palmer, Son ft Co., general agents of the Fidelity and Casualty company of New York. H. E. Palmer, Son & Co. paid the $5,000 on Monday to Mr. Clency St. Clair, special administrator of the estate of George R. Voss. Mr. Vobs took out this accident policy on Beptember 18, 1901, and renewed it September 18, 1902. It cost him $25 a year and he consequently had only paid $50, two yearly premiums, but his estate received $5,000.00. Accident and health Insurance Is nowadays carried by every business man, as the cost Is small and the remuneration usually very large. H. E. Palmer. Son ft Co. write policies In this same company, which pays $25 a week or more for any accident or any Illness, except rheumatism and Insanity. It Is the only company Issuing a policy of this de scription, and this policy Is considered the most liberal accident policy ever written. The liberal settlements of this company have always been a very noticeable and conspicuous feature. ' Announcements of the Theaters. "Captain Jinks," by Clyde Fitch, which will be seen here Friday and saturaay nights and Saturday matinee, ran almost continuously for ons year at the Garrlck theater. New York. This brightest effort from the pen of the most prolific play wright thla country has ever known, la a comedy which particularly appeals to women because of Its genuine touches of human nature. Its abundant humor and lta whimsicalities of the heroine. Mme. Tren tonl Is played by Miss Elizabeth Kennedy, a young actress who has achieved great distinction In her Impersonation of the haracter. The title role, that of Captain Jinks, will be played by Theodore Bab cock. There are forty people In the organ ization, which also Includes an entire corps de ballet. OPERATORS SEND FOR CHARTER Fifty Commercial Telesjraphers Com plete Organisation of Local inlon. Fifty representative commercial tele graph operators of this city and Council Bluffs last night completed the organiza tion of a local union of the International Union of Commercial Telegraphers. Officers were elected, committees on bylaws and constitution and on organization were named, and application made to the Inter national union for a charter. A message was received from President I. J. McDon aid stating that the American Federation ot Labor In session at New Orleans had named a committee which has succeeded in patching up the differences which ex isted for a time between some of the com mercial telegraphers and the Order ot Railway Telegraphers, t'nder this agree. ment ths International t'nlon of Commer cial Telegraphers will be granted a char ter In the federation and ths Pittsburg convention cf all commercial telegraphers, called by President Gompers for November It, will not be hed. Ths new kind of General Arthur cigars are now on sale. I Now in cent I JO cent packages MATOS GOES TO SEEK HELP Loses Presidency) bnt Will Continue in Eevolt. GERMANY HAS LITTLE SCORE TO SETTLE 1'rrsara (astro to Pay Yrnriarlsa Debts and May t se Force When Insurrection Kmli la Fart as Well as Word. W1LLEMSTAD. CurncRO, Nov. 19 President Csstro is energetically pushing operations to prevent the revolutionists from recovering from their dissensions snd the flight of General Matos. One of whose objects Is to attempt to Induce the Colombian government, which Is notor iously unfriendly to President Castro, to send arms and ammunition to his men. Matos also relies on his wealthy friends In this island. These persona have already contributed money In support of the revo lution. Matos future plans are kept secret. Though his estates In Venezuela bsve been ronflscsted he still has money, and can If he chooses, continue the contest either personally or through generals Rolando and Fuclano Mendoza, who are still In the Arid. The opinion In well Informed clr clus Is that his chances of the presidency are ended. General Rolando Is a member of the Mocho party, and It is thought that It he can obtain ammunition he will support General Jose Hernandez, known as EI Mocho "The Maimed," who Istick and has been confined In chains for two years In the castle of Maracalbo. General Ro lando is now the strongest leader of the revolutionists. Ho commands 900 men and can draw around him about 4,000. He is at Lezama, awaiting additional ammunition and President Castro is concentrating his troops on thst place. The whereabouts of General Mendoza Is unknown although the government offi cials are making diligent search for him. He la believed to be in the western dis trict and to have with him only his staff, but he la sble to gather men. Rebel Generals Quarrel. WILLEMSTAD, Nov. 19. The enmity ex lsting between General Menzosa and Gen ral Rolando Is alleged to be responsible for the defeat of the revolutionists at La Victoria. It is said that the former Is Jealous of General Rolando, who Is con stantly making some headway and whose troops are bearing the brunt of the fighting. Generals Rlera and Solagnle have also disappeared, but guerrilla bands still roam the country, formidable one day and the next not to be found. Since the battle of La Victoria the troops have occupied Corr and Cumanta, and they are appearing to Immediately attack Bar celona, where revolutionary General Pablo Guzman Is stationed with 1,000 men. They will then march on Cludad Bolivar, which is held by General Ferrara with 400 men. Barcelona will probably be the last place along the coast to resist, as General Ferrara Is expected to make an escape abroad on the approach of the government forces. When these points have been taken President Castro will dominate all the customs seaports, which be proposes to Immediately declare free. Meanwhile Germany has four warships In Venezuelan waters, evidently prepared to collect debts. The German legation has received no authority to press these claims, but It Is understood has orders to collect them when President Caatro has fully re established his power. ' The legation and the president are en. gaged In an ugly dispute regarding the re cent vlalt of the German gunboat Panther up the River Orinoco, which is increasing the tension between Venezuela and Ger many. It is said positively that the am bassador some time ago promised President Roosevelt that Germany would not occupy any Venezuelan territory. WASHINGTON, Nov. 19. A cablegram received at the State department today from Minister Bowen at Caracas, dated yesterday, statea that he has been notified by the Venezuelan government that It has occupied the port of Coro and has raised the blockade there. PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, Nov. 19. The British cruiser Phaoton, wnicn len here for, Cludad Bolivar, Venezuela, re cently, Is reported to have forced the blockade and taken in the mall and pro. visions for the English colony, which was In a destitute condition. Tli Slcnnl ot ultftresa. Whites ot eyes and sk'.n yellow show liver trouble and Jaundice. Dr. King's New Life Pills cure or no pay. Only :5c. For sale by Kuhn ft Co. PEOPLE AGAIN DISAPPOINTED Esnected Hnlr to the Throne ot Italy Proves to Re a Princess. ROME, Nov. 19. Queen Helena waa ac couched of a daughter thla morning. The mother and child are announced to be doing well. The new princess will be named "Mafalde." The birth ot another princess Instead of an heir to the throne Is a great public disappointment. LOW WILL STAY AT T0PEKA Rock Island Honiara Individually Repalaed by General Attorney. TOPEKA, Kan., Nov. 19. M. A. Low general attorney for the Rock Island, to night denied emphatically the report that his office Is to be transferred to Chicago There was no truth, either. In the report that W. F. Evans had resigned the posi tion ot first assistant general attorney. 1 0 fp h s. ill! I Ml I' ATKINSON ISABUSY PLACE Telephone and righting Systems Heine; Installed aa Rapidly as Possible. ATKINSON. Neb.. Nov. 19. (Special.) Two large gangs of workmen are busy In Atkinson at present, one putting In a local telephone exchange, with long-distance connection .with all Important points in the atate, as well as surrounding towns, and the other laying pipe and mains for an acetyltne lighting and heating plant. The former enterprise Is an extension of William Krotter's lines, which already cover Holt, Rock, Brown, Keya Paha and Boyd counties quite thoroughly. The local exchange will start with upwards of seventy-five subscribers and more will be added as fast as the company can do the work. The lighting project is under the control of a local corporation organized for the purpose, with a capital of $5,000. It has secured a twenty-five-year franchise from the city council and Is already lay ing over two miles of mains as a begin ning. It Is expected that the city will patronize the company to the extent ot several lights on the principal streets. Work Is being pushed with all possible peed so as to escape cold weather. Car and Contents Ram. BEATRICE. Neb.,1 Not. 19. (Special Telegram.) An emigrant car attached to a westbound Rock Island freight caught fire this morning shortly '.after the train left Lewlston en route for Virginia, Neb. The car was detached from the rest of the train and sidetracked at Virginia, where It was entirely consumed with all Its con tents, which included a team of horses, household goods, hay and grain. It Is pre sumed ths fire waa caused by sparks from the locomotive. Collides with Frelstbt Train. MULLEN, Neb.. Nov. 19. (Special.) While a westbound stock extra was going onto the siding here this morning about 2 o'clock six or eight cars became cut off and train No. 4 (through freight) ran Into them, badly demolishing two of them and threw the others oft the track. No one was hurt, but trains were all delayed about five hours. Range in Poor Shape. MULLEN. Neb.. Nov. 19. (Special.) The range Is very poor In this section ot the country. On account ot so much rain the grass was not cured when frost struck it. The ranchmen feel that this will be a hard winter on stock, but, having an abundance of wild hay, they can pull through the winter with a very small loss. Webster County Man Insane. RED CLOUD. Neb.. Nov. 19. (Special.) Edwin Moody waa brought to this city yes terday from his home In the northeastern part of the county, suffering from an ad vanced stage of Insanity. This la the third time hs has been in custody. He Is to be taken to the Lincoln asylum today. If vniie dealer does not hanfll It. im that he does. Cook's Imperial Extra Dry inampagn is me ama inai pieases. FIR'c RECORD. Ranch Property Destroyed. M'COOK. Neb., Not, 1. (Special Tele- gram.) The Wales ranch, situated on Driftwood, about three mllea southwest of McCook, owned by Patrick Walsh of this city, was visited by a fire last night. In which four horses, a barn, granaries, fenc lng. sixty tona of hay, etc., were de atroved. entailing a loss of 12.000. unon which there was but $200 Insurance. John W. Randell, tenant, was painfully burned In trying to save the livestock. A Cereta Coupon in WKv Syrup of figs Re-best fajrvily IaxaAivcr It is pure. It is gentle. It i9 pleasant. It is efficacious. It is not expensive. It is good for children. It is excellent for ladies. It is convenient for business men. It is perfectly se under all circumstances. It is used by millions of families the world over. It stands highest, as a laxative, with physicians. If you use it you have the best laxative the world produces. STREET CLEANERS SELL JOBS Sfir York Adopts llertlllon System to Stop Impersonation l Workmen. NEW YORK, Nov. 19. Certified laborers n the street-cleaning department having been Impersonated by outsiders has led the municipal civil Bcrvicc commission to adopt the Bertlllon system of measure ments to ascertain the Identity of men employed. At the meeting of the commission today It was stated that twenty cases of Imper sonations had been discovered where men had worked under assumed names, using cards given them by the original employe. DEATH RECORD. Mother of Senator tin vis. YANKTON, S. D., Nov. 19. (Special Telegram.) Mrs. Hannah Davis, mother of the late Senator Cushman K. Davis of Minnesota, died here this morning at the home of her eon-ln-law. Judge Bartlett Tripp. Mrs. Davis had been very weak for some time owing to extreme old age. In terment will be at Waukesha, Wis. Ensrene A. Hitchcock. MARYVILLE, Mo., Nov. 19. (Special Telegram.) Eugene A, Hitchcock, a promi nent farmer living In the southeastern part of this county, died last night as a result ot tead poisoning. He was 45 years of age and had been a resident of Nodaway county for the past quarter ot a century. Hs leaves a wife and one son. Old Resident of Hasting. HASTINGS, Neb.. Nov. 19. (Special Tel egram.) Mrs. E. J. Pesrse died suddenly at 2.40 o'clock this afternoon after an Ill ness of only twenty-four hours. The de ceased bar been a resident of Hastings for many years and was well known. Mrs. Ed Wilson. BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 19. (Special.) Mrs. Ed Wilson, a resident of West Beat rice died yesterday afternoon after a brief Illness of pneumonia, aged 23 years. Her husband and two little daughters survive her. i i Mrs, I. t. Malone. BEAVER CITY, Neb.. Nov. 19 (Special Telegram.) Mrs. I. Q. Malone, wife of a prominent farmer of Richmond precinct, died today. The Chief of tlralers. Old sores, ulcers, piles, fistula and like stubborn maladies soon yield to Bucklen's Arnica Salve or no pay. 25c. For aals by Kuhn ft Co. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses have been issued to: Karl W. Jacobs, Omaha Bessie Delbrldge, Omaha William J. Jaccobberger, Omaha (iruce Florence Bishop, Omaha Paul P. tarenzer, Council Bluffs Jessie Crabb, Council Bluffs Patrick Doherty, Greeley county, Neb... Catherine McUurry, Omaha Charles A. Lund, Oakland. Neb Martha Marie Krogh, Oakland. Neb Maurice J. Reed, Waterloo, Neb (Jeorgle Brooks, Waterloo, Neb Fred O. Auglie. Waterloo, Neb Stella Romlne, Waterloo, Neb Michael Boheiyk, Omaha Catherine Jankowaki, Omaha Reports Attempted Incendiarism. J. Rtseman of 13ftS Deirenport street last night rporten to tne police that some per son had made an attempt to set lire to his furniture store at Thirteenth and Dav enport streets ubnut 9 o'clock. Kiseman said that some boys playing tn the neltch borhood had discovered the tire Just aft It was started and had warned him, so that the blase was extinguished wlthou serious damage. Kerosene had been poured over the dry grass beside the building and the former was burning when discovered. Each Package. j Becaoasc Its component parts are nil wholesome. It acts gently without unpleasant after-effects. It is wholly free from objectionable substances. It contains the laxative principles of plants. It contaius the carminative principles of plants. It contains wholesome aromatic liquids which are agreeable and refreshing to the taste. All are pure. All are delicately blended. All are skillfully and scientifically compounded. a Its value is due to our method of manufacture and to the orgiuality and simplicity of the combination. To get its beneficial effects buy the genuine. Manufactured by tF0IIAVRllPt Sun Frrxnclsco, Cat. Louisville. Ky. Nw York. N. Y. FOR SALS BT ALL LEAPXO IM'DONALD GETS CERTIFICATE Judge Kntelle Orders One More Voie Counted for Repnbllran Candidate. Judge Lee Estclle has decided that, ac cording to the poll books, Henry S. Mc Donald, republican, received In the recent election 2,612 votes for commissioner from the Fifth district snd that C. O. Lobeck fusion candidate, received 2,611. The decision was given at 5:30 last even ing and County Clerk Drexel then said that he would Issue a certificate of election to McDonald this morning. Attorney Plattl stated for Lobeck that contest proceedings to force a count of the ballots In county court would be begun at once. Judge Erst die's decision was given after some testimony by members of the can vassing board and of precinct election boards and after some argument also, the same being brought before the court on two petitions for mandamus. The first petition was that of McDonald, who sought to break the tie by having a credit .given Lobeck in the Sixth precinct of the Ninth ward discredited. Lobeck re taliated with a prsyer for a writ compell ing the bonrd to allow him one more In he First of the Fifth and one more In the Second of tho Fifth than It bad so at- owed when making the canvass laat week. McDonald yesterday Berved notice that he would argue for the privilege of amending his petition and the alternative writ In such way as to allow him ono that was de nied him because of Imperfect entry In the Third precinct of the Fifth ward. He si eged that his total there should be 84 In stead of 83. as allowed. The Judge permitted the amendment of the petition i.nd this proved the lucky stroke for McDonald, the court ruling that he should have the additional credit asked for In the Third of the Fifth. His honor permitted Lobeck's showing of 114 to stand n the Sixth precinct of the Ninth ward. out turned down both his reauests aa to he First of the Fifth and Second of the Fifth, thus leaving his total at 2,611, over which figure McDonald had Just gained one. A Timely Suggestion. "Now that winter with Its bad weather Is with us, I would advise everv family to provide themselves against sudden attacks of coughs and colds by keeping at hand a good cough medicine like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, which Is the best among tho many preparations for these sllmentn that I have on my shelves," says Mr. L. C. Neaville, the well known and popular drug gist or Pittsboro, Ind. "I recommend this remedy and guarantee It to be without an equal for coughs and colds, also as a pre ventive and cure for croup." Buy It now. When a 18 S" I ilsTT I, I sill I 1 i DRUGGISTS. REVENUE TAKES BIG SLUMP Internal Collection. Drop Seventeen Millions on l.nst Year's Flgnres. WASHINGTON. Nov. 19. The monthly ststement of collections of InternsI rev enue show for October, 1902. the totsl re ceipts were 120,640,490, a decrease of $3,719, 408 as compared with October, 1901. For the four months of the present fis cal year the total receipts were $80,466,569. a decresse as compared with 1901 of $17. 009,876. Four Personally Conducted Excur sions FROM OMAHA TO CALIFORNIA WITH THE CHOICE OF ROUTES. These excursions leave Omaha every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Satur day at 4:25 p, m., In Pullman Tourist Sleep ing cars. The cars are accompanied all ths way by conductors skilled In the service of excursion parties. The Union Pacific Is the only line from Omaha running four excursions to California every week. These excursions can be Joined at any point enroute. City Ticket Office, 1324 Farnam st. 'Phone 316. LOCAL BREVITIES. Hon. Moses P. Klnkald of O'Neill, con. gressman-elcct for the Sixth district, Is in the city. The Visiting Nurses' association will meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock at the parlors of the l'axton hotel. THB REALTY MARKET. IN8TRCMENT8 filed for record Wednes. day, November 19: Warranty Deeds. E. 8. Flor to Valley, lot 5, block t, C. K. Mayne's 1st add to Valley $ Mlsell Ballard and wife to Mathew Van Derereek. w feet lot 24 and e20 feet lot 25. Luke ft T.'s add Joseph Hautxermater tfi Frank Hru beky, lot S. Gsorge's sub A. P. Tukey et al to Kltxabeth 8. Caulfteld, n50 feet of slW feet lot .V!, Redlck's 2d (reflle) TO 1,525 625 S.0 7,250 1,600 1.40i) 1.075 4,500 Omaha Realty company to Hrown, el) fetl lot 6, block 7 J. I. Redlck's add Omaha Realty company to O. H. , sub of .W. T. Peck, lot 40, Taylor's add Deeds. Sheriff to E. 8. Marston, n44 feet lot 24. block L Mayne Place Sheriff to K. S Maraton, n',i lot 27, Mot'andllsh Place Sheriff to tl. b. Marston, lot 2, block 75, OmHhi W. K. Potter, receiver, to E. E. Ko lush. wS7 feet of s9t feet lot 12, block 18. 3. E. Rogers' sdd 1.500 Total amount of transfers... .$22,675 5932 woman first exDericncei the uleasant anticipation that Comes with pregnancy, the finds much satisfaction in preparing little bits of soft clothing designed to protect the child and en hance its beauty once it is safely ushered into the world. Much anguish, accompanied by fear. In somnia, and dread, figure largely too in the condi tion of a woman during these long months of gesta tion. At the best it is a trying period, and every consideration, care and attention should be given tue coming mother, together with the aid which a jrood. tried and erfect balm like MOTHER'S FRIENO can give, and which is sure to be the chief means of perfect re production. MOTHER'S FRIEXO applied externally throuchottt pregnancy will relieve the pains of parturition, and no mother and cbild can fail to be healthy, hearty, strong, clear com- piexionea, pure blooded, calm ner ved and cheerful in disposition. who are mutually influenced for montns Dy tne- continued use ot otbii a raiitrn. ot dt(ui u up., tottu. Our lmlH.,"SMk.rkil.'' nlM PIU tn ssADniLD RK.in.iToa ro , aum, e.