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TI1E OMAHA DAILY REE: SUNDAY. OCTOBER 23. 1903.
lb 3 SAVE in n rr UUUUVl MONEY HERE'S 3 WARM NUMBERS FIRST ONE Steam shrunk sanitary underwear, our regular price $2, money sav- 5i25 ing price, per garment 1 SECOND ONE Cooper's derby ribbed underwear, sold the world over for $2.25 per garment, MONEY SAVING Sf.OO PRICE, per garment " THIRD ONE Silkine illusion suits, sold everywhere for $5 per suit, MONEY SAV-.IJ ING PRICE, per suit Mfj) r1IAL ORDERS FILLED The Bennett Company euey & Stone Furniture Go 1115-1117 Far nam Street. HEW FURNITURE Our purchases for autumn are arriving faster almost than we are able to care for them. Monday "we place on our floors oew lines of rockers, leather rhairs and conches, parlor, li brary and dining tables, buf fets, sideboards and a beautiful line of ' mission and colonial clocks. We invite you to inspect these lines and our whole store, assuring you of finding not only a better selection of furniture but better values as well. Rockers from $5.00 to f 50.00 Leather Chairs from $40.00 to 80.00 rarlor Tables from $1.50 to 15.00 Library Tables from $8.50 to , 85.00 Dining Tables from $5.75 to .100.00 Buffets from $10.50 to 110.00 Sideboards from $15.00 to 125.00 Dressers from $11.50 to 108.00 Chiffonieres from $5.75 to 105.00 and everything else In fumltu re In like proportion. QIYEY 1 STONE FURNITURE C0E2PAEIY, 11151117 Fa roam 5t i '""V:,v ji iai READ THIS! We Tt you who have become dissatisfied with treatment elsewhere to can at our oPWs to thoroughly Investigate our Wonderful New System Treat ment by lClectrtclty with Absorption and by Flnsrn's Violet Rays. We will rive you the most thorough examination you have ever received, go over every ymptom you have, and If we find your case Is still curable, will give you our legal guaranty, backed by abundant cnpltal. 3 you will run no rlk whatever A positive cure Is what you want. We will explain whv you have not been cured, and why we can cure you when all others fall. Tou have never been treated by our method. It has cured thousands of others. It will cure you It will cost you nothing to call and Investigate Its merits, so don't ri.iv .n. No disease remains at a standstill If neglected. Delays are dan- other day. guroua. nil RAILROAD FARE for peopie wuo tlve at a Distant, come fur one visit and uu may return home the auui aay. Come and investigate our MRVr SYSTEM OF IRBTHrtNr AND FIN 6fa.N U VtOUE'r LIGHT CLHli before spending War hard-earned money th other physMans who know but little of yeur true condition. OUR TERliS Pon't lot money matters keep you away. Pay ments may be made by the call, week or month, as benefitted or when cured. We will do more for you- In one week than any other doc-tor can In six. No matter how long you have suf fered or mho hs failed to cure you, don't give up In despair before con sulting us. Wi Ccn Blcod Polsoi la 30 to 90 Dais, Pii?!.,, Seres, Etc Wi Core K ericas Debility Is 30 te 60 Dijs. Nene Waste, Briln Fig, Etc. Wi Con Bladder Diseases, He Matter of Hot Ions Standing. DOJPT GIVE VP BEKORB roSlXTISO IS. vVK CI RE FOIt I.IKE. WE DOUT "PATCH I P." Electricity an Abaorniloa Str Kails. Consultation Fret This tenth. Hea4 Teatlssonlals of These Cwred by the Hew Vlnlet Hers. It will ay yon to call an Investigate ear Bart he before placlaa: your ease elsewhere. If yon eaauot rail, write for aeea ties blank today. COOK MEDICAL CO. TEACHERS ELECT OFFICERS 8uperiatudeii's gad Frioolpali of SttU Oononde Interetting Bcwioo. In this Tlty with a load of apples the wagon waa overturned and W. Blrdsrll, who reside on the east aide of the Mis souri river near Pacific Junction, waa caught under It and had on limb fractured near the ankle. Dr. Martin waa called and reduced the fracture. 5 llo-llT! Sooth 14th Street. Over Dolly hew. OFFICE HOl'RS 8 a. ra. to I p. m. Sundays 10 I Osissa, Nebraska. m. to 12:10 p. m. GOVERNOR OPPOSES DANCING AT SCHOOL BANKER WANTS A DIVORCE Objects to Those Given by I'nlverslty Btooeuts, bot Does Sot Bow He Com Prevent Their Being Held. (From a Staff Correspondent) LINCOLN. Oct. 21. (Speclal.-After a most Interesting sesslrn the principals nnj superintendents wound up their convention this morning by electing these officeis: W. 11. rtarts. president; Miss Brown, vice president; F. C. Williams, secretary, and W. 11. Wagner, member of the educational council. "l'roper Instruction In Narcotics anJ Stimulants," waa the subject of a paper by H. B. Ward. In which he said the phys lolcgles paid too much attention to the muscles and such and not enough to the care of the body. He held that the child hliould be taught that It waa Just aa bad to eat too much food aa It waa to drink too much stimulant. Dr. Wolcolt and others Joined In the discussion. After the general discussion A. E. Dav- Innon of this city spoke on the advisability of "A Practical Course In Agriculture." He said he rejoiced that the study of ag riculture waa being looked into by so many Instructors and aald that a course In agri culture was one of the moet practical things a boy could study. He told of Its fasclnat Ing lessons and how Interesting It waa to know how things grew and bloesomed. His talk waa purely Informal, but well directed. and he told the teachers how they could teach It In a small way even without the use of expensive apparatus. Dean Fordyce of University Place and Q. A. Gregory of Crete, discussed the question and agreed with Prof. Davlsson In every way. Governor Opposes Dnneea. Governor Mickey, In speaking of the re port that he had been asked to use his Influ ence to stop the dances given at regular Intervals by the university band boys, aald: "I have not been asked to Interfere In the least with any dances or to us my Influence to stop them, and I was not aware that a movement waa on foot to stop dances given by the classes of the university, and neither was I aware that the university classes gave dances. Of course, it Is none of my business, but. In my opinion, no school should endorse danc ing or permit It In the name of the school If there were any way to prevent It, From talks with men and women who know, I am positive that dancing Is the cause of more women falling than any other social dlvertlsement I get my Information from people who have made the dance a study and they ought to know." Stmt Will Hot Purchase. The state will not buy any Cobbey stat utes for distribution among legislators. Which It was authorised to do by the late legislature, which passed the measure over the veto of Oovernor Mickey. Judge Holmes this morning handed down a ruling to restrain the printing board from buy ing the books. The Injunction suit was brought by a representative of the Journal company, which failed to get th contract for printing the books, but did have the contract for printing the Wheeler statutes, The statutes were, to cost the state $9 for a set of two volumes. Judge Holmes held that the act was In contravention of that provision of tho con stitution which prevents members of the legislature from enjoying any eompenaa- Hon or perquisites In addition to their salary, end In so holding touches up the modern legislator quite freely for his 'ten dency to overlook any Uttle provisions of law that may stand In th way of his acquisitiveness. Boy Accidentally Shot. Clifford Bentley, son of Detect! v Bent- ley of the Lincoln police department, was accidentally shot In th back of the head this morning by Frank Reed, a playmate, with a tl-ca liber rifle. Th ball entered at th bos of th skull, plowed through the skin and came out near the ear. Th wound Is not considered serious. Back front Maneuvers. Governor Mickey and Captain Chase of the university returned last night from a two days' visit to Fort Riley, where they witnessed the army maneuvers. Both re port a most enjoyable trip and both were loud In their praise of the Nebraska boys. "Th bringing together of the National Guard and the regular army Is a great thing," said Governor Mickey, "and It will mean th wiping out of the feeling that has heretofore existed between the two. The Dick bill is certain to work wonders in the military affairs of the country. I enjoyed the trip Immensely and was roy ally received and treated by General Barry. All of our boys are giving an excellent ac count of themselves and there Is no sick ness among them. The hospital corps haa come In for a great deal of favorable com ment and It haa done much work among tho other regiments. Sensational gnlt riled In Hebrnekn City Involvlngr Prominent People. NEBRA8KA CITT. Neb., Oct 14 (Special Telegram. ) A sensational divorce suit was fl.ed In the district court here to day Involving two of this city's most prominent society people. Mlnatee E. Catron, cashier of the Farm ers bank, sue for divorce from his wife, alleging among other thlnga Infidelity and naming Robert Levi as co-respondent. Mrs. Catron la the daughter of Robert Lorton, a prominent capitalist, and for merly a wholesale grocer here. M. E. Catron Is th son of J. H. Catron, president of the Farmers bank and one of th richest men In aouthwettern Nebraska. Robert Levi, the co-respi. ntlent. Is a mem ber of the firm of Levi Brothers, who run a livery stable on South Eighth street. The marriage of M. E. Catron and Miss Lorton was a romantic one, and for a long time It Is understood the match was opposed by her parents, who later gave their consent Their married life haa been somewhat checkered since then and for Some time pest stories have been current her In regard to th domestic relations of the Cetrons. , The prominence of all parties In society and the business life of the city makes In terest of the public intense and the develop ments In the case are eagerly watched for by th whole city. HANS IS SENTENCED FOR LIFE Motion for Hew Trial Overrated, bnt Case Will Go to lasreas Cesrl oa Writ of Error. AIN6WORTH, Neb., Oct M. (Special. )- Judge Harrington this morning overruled the motion for a new trial In the case of Fred M. ' Hans, the Elkhorn railroad de tective, who was convicted of murder in the second degree. The Judge then sen tenced Hans to the penitentiary for llfe- the limit for murder In the second de gree. The motion for a new tnai was sub mitted by W. F. Gurley of Omaha, counsel for the accused, without argument The case will be taken to the supreme court at one on error. - Hans shot and instantly killed David Luc of Brown county In the spring of 1901. Ha alleged that he did the shooting In self-defense while seeking to arrest Luce on a warrant for shooting horses. The coroner's Jury exonerated Hans on this ground, but the matter waa later placed before a grand Jury and Hans was Indicted. Sargeoa Performs Delicate Operation. AUBURN. Neb., Oct M. (Special.) Dr. Hamilton of Omaha performed a very dell- cat and successful operation on Clarence Wilkinson, son of Robert G. Wilkinson. He was assisted by Drs. Boal, Dillon and Tyler of this city. Young Wilkinson haa been a sufferer from consumption for years. He spent several years in Colorado. Last fall he returned home, and has seemed much better for the last two months. How ever, It was found that th cavity of th lung on on aid waa filled with some kind of a fluid.. An Incision was mad In on side) about two Inches of on rib removed and about two gallons of fluid tsken from the lung cavity. He is now testing easy. It waa discovered that on lung waa en tirely gone, but tho other one was found to be healthy. Both physicians and friends hop for his entire recovery. Kow Loege at Beatrice. BEATRICE, Neb.. Oct H.-(BpeciaX A new lodg of th Sons of Herman was instituted In this city last night by Or ganiser A. F. KlehL Grand President Fred Volpp of Wayne, Neb., acted as Installing officer. Offloers were elected: aa follows: John Lents, president; Louie Werner, vie president; Louie Lambertl. secretary; E. Bchacket, treasurer; John Kleeman. Henry Lucks and August Schaefer, trus tees. The lodge starts out with a mem bership of about thirty. Reavls to Bo Principal Speaker, BEATRICE, Neb., Oct M. (Special.) The republican county committee has ar ranged for a political meeting to be held In this city at th Paddock opera house next Friday evening, October 30, at which Hon. C. F. Reavls, republican candidate for district Judge, and candidate for county offices will speak. The Beatrice Glee club has been .engaged to furnish the auslo and it Is the Intention of th commltte to pack the house. rlEMIXC STATES MS CASE Cor ecu Statement that Wright Adiid Omission of CtTtra Intsrrogttoriet. MEW LAW GOVERNS PRESENT ASSESSING Deputies Who Resnmo Work Tomer- re w Will Assess oa Net and Ket Gross Credits, by la street Ion. Tax Commissioner Fleming corrects a statement made In the reports of the hear ing on the revenue bill before Judges Baxter and Day, which says that he was advised some months ago by City Attorney Wright to omit the so-called Incriminating Interrogatories from the list of questions to be asked taxpayer. 'Mr. Wright did not so advise me," said Mr. Fleming last night "I have Just had a talk with him and he hlmseif agrees with me that he did not offer this advice, so It is a mistake to say that 1 went contrary to hia advice In this matter. "I want to siy right here that the Inter rogatories mentioned and the new form of oath and the use of the word "none" were used only because required by the law and not by my suggestion or dictation. They cannot be required to be used before April 1. 1904, according to the decision of Judges Day and Baxter. Their decision makes It clear, however, that I must use the new law, with these exceptions, for the present assessment end the work of distributing schedules and completing the assessment will be resumed vigorously Monday morn ing. The deputies will have Inatructlons to use the schedules prepared, but to omit the things I am restrained by the court from using. I will have printed the old form of oath and attached to these sched ules aa a substitute for the new and will require In each and every case sworn state ments. This will be necessary to be fair and just to those who already have made sworn statements, numbering about two- thirds of the taxpayers. We should be able to complete the work In another week. Some districts are practically finished now. Part of the force will be discharged during the coming week. As to the Matter of gross and net credits, I shall instruct the deputies to re celve assessments upon net credits, for three reasons Gives tho Reasons. "First From the fact that four of the five members of the State Board of Equal isation, the fifth member being absent from Lincoln on the'day of my interview. having expressed themselves, while not offi cially aa a board, but as Individual mem bers, .that they would favor an assessment of net credits, and that Attorney General Prout, who was present at the meeting said he should advise to that effect and that he questioned the constitutionality of the provision for assessment of credits. treating them as gross credits, and said he was afraid that If gross credits were in sisted upon it might invalidate the law as a whole. 'Second For the reason that the decision of Judges Day and Baxter today In the case of 8wltxler against the Tax Com mlssloner, leaves me without authority to compel the answer to the interrogatories and the taking of the new form of oath and also deprives me of the power to Im pose a penalty of 60 per cent on the de linquents. - "Third From an Increase In doubt aa to the constitutionality of the measure re quiring assessments of credits regardless of Indebtedness. While not shaken In the view that the framers nd makers, of the law Intended to assess gross credits, I feel that It would be a gross Injustice to this dty to make It an exception to the balance of the Stat. 'It Is unfortunate that the state board waa not required by law to meet at an earlier date, so that th city tax com mlssloners could have had the benefit of Its work as a body In the formulation of a schedule which as a board waa made part of Its duty. I consider myself and Omaha fortunate, however, In being able to have the benefit of Its opinion even at as late a date as this. "There Is one thing to be noted In the new law, that money Is not treated as credit; money on deposit la treated the same as money on hand, and not as credit (which latter it was according to the old law). The taxpayer, therefore, cannot deduct what he owes from money on hand or money on deposit, but only from- what Is termed credits ss defined. Fancy Price for Jersey Heifer. BEATRICE. Neb., Oct St. (Special) Lake Brldenthal of Wymore waa In the city yesterday and while her purchased a very fine Jersey heifer of J. B. Smith, for which he paid a fancy price. The animal Is a 1-year-old and was the first prise winner at the Iowa and Nebraska state fairs last year. KltlA lotion AlllTN Nr Ssaiirasja, Meet I ismrlias. Sosmstsfihn, rtst. sad AM Uabssahf Smael Ptocsaram, NO PAIN. NO. STAIN. NO STKICTURC. FREE STRINCC A Sore rontve of !. M aent to any addreoa for 1 u SKRslAX at HeCOl a ELL. Omaha, BMtresr an. ot, I A TRUE AMERICAN BIRD. Th father of his country, George Wash ington, instituted Thanksgiving day, and to make It enduring for all time, he des ignated the turkey aa the official bird for the occasion. With this great deed he has won the hearts of a nation, and his name is mentioned by successive generations with true thanksgiving. Dr. Burkhart, whu has given to the word his private formula hks bestowed In his famous Vege table Compound tne greatest blosHlng uixn mankind and he has won thanksgiving and gratitude In millions of homes, where tne aminea ware ruiea or rnieumatmm. niuucy i ruuoiri, i . la: r n ana Ulooa 1JIS- eases, umriy osys treatment lac at all drurcista, or six months' guaranteed treat. mem ior n w. lou ran t afford to miss this opportunity ul belug cured for aucik .u sun. I- FOUR MEN ESCAPE FROM JAIL Prisoners Spring; a Steel Door i Remove Brlek from Wall la Jailer's Absence. COLUMBU3, Neb.. Oct. 24. (Spec!!. ) There was a wholesale delivery of the In mates of th jail last night between 7 and 11 o'clock wlille the Jailer, Ed Rosslter, was uptown. The prisoners sprung ths heavy steel door leading to I he corridor and removed tha bilck from the wall. Those who escaped were: George Reubenthaler, awaiting trial rur assault with Intent to kill; James Hamlin, horse stealing, and John Schults and James Wilson, who were serving a thirty-day sentence for petty larceny. Jamea Church, an Inmate, re- rusea to leave the Jail and was found mere wnen me escape waa discovered. H nas Dut a couple of days more to serve. He will say Uttle of how the prisoners rasn- sgftd to do the work. This Is the second jail delivery within two months. Bnenrr Byrnes baa offered a reward of S25 each for Reubenthaler and Hamlin. Rutntha!er Is a German and speaks no Engi'.an. Aged Man Undergoes Operation. PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Oct J4. (Spe cial.) Nelson Jean, a prominent farmer who has resided nesr this city for twenty- nine years, wss operated on yesterday for gall atones by Drs. B. B. Davis of Omaha and T. P. Livingston. The operation was very successful and although the patient Is M years of age, hopes are entertained for his recovery. GOES TO THE PENITENTIARY Jess SUllek, Aged Twenty-One, Gets One Tear for Stealing Floor. Judge Baxter sentenced Jess Sllllck to ons year In the state penitentiary for th crime of burglary. Sllllck is 21 years of age and was con vtcted of stealing some flour valued at $00. Hla youthfulness and the fact that he had never before been arrested on a serious charge was all that stood In the way of heavy sentence. I THOUSANDS HAVE KIDNEY THE iD DON'T Kill IT To Prove what Swamp-Root, tho Great Kidney Rem edy. Will Do for YOU, Every Reader of The Omaha Bee May Have a Sample Bottle Sent Free by Mail. . Wesk and unhealthy kidneys are responsible for more sickness and sufferlne; than any other disease, therefore, when through neglect r other causes, kidney trouble Is permitted to contlnus, fatal results are sura to follow. Your other organs may need attention but your kidneys most, because they do most and need attention first. If you are sick or feel badly," begta taking Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder remedy, because as soon as your kidneys are weU they , will help all the other organs to health. A trial will convince anyone. Th mild and Immediate effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, tho great kidney and bladder remedy, I soon realised. It stands the highest for Its wonderful cure of th most distressing cases. Swamp- Root will set your whole system right, and the best proof of this Is a trial. 14 East 130th St.. New Tork City. Dear Blr: Oct. 15th, 1WH 'I had been suffering severely from kid ney trouble. 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Hospitals use It with wonderful suocess In both slight and severe cases, Doctors recommend It to their patients . and use It In tholr own families, because they recognise In Swamp-Root the greatest and most suooeesful remedy. Swamp-Root Is pleasant to take and Id for Sale th world over at druggists la I bottle of two sites and two price fifty cents and on dollar. Remember th nam, -Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Blnghamton, N. T. on every bottle. Jury Calls It Manslaughter. M'COOK, Neb.. Oct. 24. (Special Tele gram.) The jury In the case of Charles Mc Millan, charged with the killing of Lee Jones st Indlanola on May 30 last, brought In a verdict this morning, after being out all night, of manslaughter. This Is gen erally regarded, aa light punishment for th crime committed. Boatrle Maa Injnred. BEATRICE. Neb., Oct. M--(8peclaLV- Word was received here yesterday that D. O. Staker, a former Beatrice young man. had been seriously Injured by the cars at St. Joseph, out of which place he has been running on the Missouri Pacifio as brake- man. Btg Hay Stark Is Bnrnlng. HASTINGS, Neb.. Oct. S4--(8peclal.) George Durs.ee, who lives nine miles north of this city. Is having an unprofitable ex. peiience with a large stack of alfalfa hay Three weeks ago the hay on the outside of a huge sixty-ton stack turned black and In a week ths haystack lxked aa black as a pile of burned straw. A faw days ago column of dark araoke Issued from the can. ter, which still continues. The huge stack became Ignited from spontaneous combus tion and It Is supposed ths slow fir will continue a lew weeas yet be for the suck will be entirely consumed. May Los Sight of Eye. PAPIIXION. Neb.. Oct. 14--(Special )- yesterday while Mr. Mayden. a well known man In the western part of the county, was engaged In chopping wood, a stick flew up and struck him a bard blow In ths left eye. The Injury ts serious and will result In th loas of ths eye. HYMENEAL Reyaolds-iloyca. BEATRICE. Neb.. Oct. 14- (Special ) Ths marriage of Mr. Ben Reynolds of Tell' vllle. Ark., and Miss Carrie Noyes of Wymore was celebrated at the bride's home at 10:10 o'clock Thursday morning In th presence of a large number of friends. Rev. N. F. Berger of the Congre gational church of Wymore officiating. The young couple left on the noon train for a week's stay at St. Louis, after which they will proceed to their new horn at TsUville. Hill-Bless. PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Oct 24. 8pfr. clal.V Leroy W. Hill and Miss Mlnnl Blens were married at the home of th bride's parents. Rev. J. W. Swan, pastor of th First Methodist Episcopal church. officiating. Falls Cades- Laaa of Apples. P LA TT8 MOUTH, Neb., Oct M. Bpe c1aL Wbll driving up North 8UU street DIED. ANTONT Dean, aged so years, st rest dene. 1101 lavenprt street. Leaves wife and two sisters. Mrs. D. J. Mitchell and nra. n. A. umb. ifunv&l ftalin lma THE VALUE OP CHARCOAL. Few People Knew How TJootnl It ts sa Froservtas? Health, aaa Boaaty. Nearly everybody knows that eharooal Is tho safest and moot sfflelsnt disinfectant and purifier In nature, bat fw realise Its value when taken Into the human system for th same cleansing purpose. Charcoal Is a remedy that th more yon take of It th better; It is not a drug at all. but simply absorbs th gases sad Im purities always present In th stomach and Intestines and carries them out of the system. Charcoal sweetens th breath after smok ing, drinking or after eating onions and other odorous vegetable. Charcoal effectually clears and Improves th oomploxlon. It whitens th th and further acts as a natural and eminently safe oarthartle. It absorbs ths Injurious gases which col lect la th stomach and bowels; It disin fects th mouth and throat from . the poison of catarrh. v. All druggists sell eharooal In ons form or another, but probably th best charcoal and th most for th money Is In Stuart's Absorbent Loaenges; they are composed f th finest powdered Willow charcoal and other harmless antiseptics In tablet form, or. rather. In th form of large, pleasant tasting losengos, th charcoal being mixed with honey. Th dally us of thee losengos will soon tell In a muoh Improved condition of the general health, better oomplaxlos, sweater breath and purer blood, and tho beauty of It Is, that no possible harm can result from their continued us, but. oa th con trary, great benefit. A Buffalo physician, la speaking of th benefits of charcoal, says: "I advise Stuart's Absorbent Losengos te all paUnta suffering from gas la th stomach and bowels, and to clear the complexion and purify th breath, mouth and throat; I also bollev th liver Is greatly benefited by th dally Us f them; they coat but twenty-flv oent a bos at drag stores, and although m some sens a patent prepara tion, yet I believe I get more and hotter eharooal In Stuart's Absorbent Losengos than la aay mt the rdAaaxyv etukroeai lah- 1 1 iW B OTTlXN -DEER 7 1 r U X' Better st idrinX tx all f aa drink aa Impure or lAf! iprv poorly brewed beer. The sorest vay t ret tbt Im pij besi U i order J fitter Gold Top, fcSS-j XtQ. Order a ca Irnrn JETTER BREWING CO. I3lP erBOC0F.RILZ.lUI Datrvtxi Stiea; Omaha. TrVphoirt 154! A WookUb Dealer. Coaadi Bran. TeV. 80 er HUGO F. I HZ or L AKBELU ..Low Rate.. 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