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TIIE OMAHA DAILY BEE: TITURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1903.
3 CAFKKSL Tittle ''""z-T""! : RILLS, OUT FOR I.ERMAVS PLACE Eetrral Candidate! for Clerk of luprsm. Court, N. D. JaolrJon Leading. NEBRASKA SAFE FOR REPUBLICANS Promlneat Party Lenders Declare He salt of Election Makes In State Prrmaarntlr tare for the a. o. r. Jones. 2.S47: Weber, !.W: Barker. X; Mulr, 31.1; Llpplncntt, T Wilbur, S2. CAR DASHES DOWN INCLINE Thousands of Women Restored To Health by Swamp-Root 4 - Women as well as Men Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It. tiletrlct Judge Frost. S.103; Holmes, I.tfto; Cornish. ,".. Clerk or the iistrict court rniiups. Meyer. 2,4K; H-daren, SK. Frightful AooideDt Oocnn 4)nring ft Ft in Xanta City. GRIPMAN LOSES CONTROL OF CABLE Ov Yoanpr Womaa I lastaatly Killed aad Fifty-One Other Pasaeaajrrs lajared. Two ot Them Perhaps Fatally. Treasurer Knight, 4,7; roster, a,iz; r.i- more, 117. . Clerk Dawson. 8.198: Crandall. z,w; Clark. !tl2. Sheriff-Resa. 6.J30; Hlggln. Z.Z1&; Harris. 3. . . . County .ludae Waters. 8.333: ocnwina, ,11 "tr. nsafJa'-h nrt Hit ill Hi Irmiriles Inet drat to billon .'aloof t..t-m. tnrh Pin rrne, Nanewi, lrowlne, I)irre fier eating, fain In IbeSId, e. Whll their mnt reniik tbt saccaa haa bM shown In curing .SiK H"hr.y,t tarirr'et.lttle Liver i'lllasre eqnellf aloal in t oa.tlp.ttou, cnrisg and pr Tenting luie ensuring evmplaint, while tlirr aim correct ell cleorri.-e nf the atoru.rli. stlmoiair I he liver aad regulate the bowel, tven If tiny only cured n ma AeHftlhey wonM bets'mnat prlrelra to Itloi wh. offer fmm thl dWtrt eelng complaint; bnt fortu nately their goodnea doee not end here, and tboe whooac try them will And thi-ao little iiilla vain hie Id ao many way that tlvv will not he willing W do without them. But after all airk head ,A'O.H Isthbaof o many live that here m where we main our a mat boast. Out pill eura It vtUla Other do not. Carter' Little jwrer nil are very smaii sa Very ay to take. One or twopilla make a do. They are atricily T( (triable and do not grip or pnrg , bat by tbe'f gentle action pleaee all who li m tbam. In vli.la at MA cent.; flre forgl. Sold by dragglct everywhere, or tent by mail CARTER MEDICINE CO., New YorkCIt fiolerioe rlfviaxj It iTxportenod perfected Prudenoe prescribe It Health require it Maximum of Warmth with' Minimum of Welg-.it The chilly morula and nights of fall have no terror for the wearer of a larger undersult. All Weights-for All Wants ALBERT CAHN Men's Furnisher t - Stat Agent 219 5. 14th St, v - OHAHA. BHITITS MADE TO MEASURE. A sHn of bsauty it a joy former. Tl.T. FELIX COURAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAM. OR MAGICAL BLAUTIFIEI Tan. rinplee, rrecklea, Metk ratchoa, .If tr-?r ,v R.e an Skin I) f 1 i 1 . V kaa atood the taai 5 3 vl y e fty-B yeara t.iS ' &l 'a a harmleai wa una tt to b aura it la proparlr niids. Accept ematartalt ot alml f I lar num. Dr. U aara PI4 la th haua- patiaot): - rea laalat all) ae tham. " I rveommend "OOVHArD'8 CttBAM" aa the taaat fcanntul of all the akin prnrnluna." tor aal hy all 4ru(lata an fancy lofxie Ur ta tba Uattad luia an Ruropa. FERD. T. nOFKIXfl, lrP. IT Oraat Jena BV. " HAVE YOU EVER TRIED that "Dainty Woman's Friend' HAND SAPOLIO, for toilet and bath? It Is a delicate prep aration of the purest ingredients, a luxury but also & necessity to every man, woman, and child who desires the beauty of per fect cleanlinesi - The Only Double . Track Railway between trie Missouri River and OhlcagOf 5 DAILY TRAINS OMAHA TO 8.15 FU THE OVERLAND LIMITED nry, bofftsi. 8.00 AM THE ATLANTIC EXPRESS Vallauia dmwUiMwim aa tourlrt alaaala oaiaaa diuLut ear, aod traa nacUuinl oliair oaxa. 5.50 m THE EASTERN EXPRESS f anili.1 a;-Tr aaaa, bug l-bn and aiaokUi a, Jjisui am. 2 OTHER DAILY TRAINS ft ft ... peilMToeiaalepla7.baamek, A till IM lia aadUlirary oara anil In rllaui m-w . otai. ean ( t'bi Ohio a. llaiaaan. MflJ ... Theimak aarrto Oaiaha tlhleaao. II X IM Wu-Wia.ro auaUeid 4a: rn aiaaUeid aar aottckaa air oara. Ltuia aan. I Ira OA air oara. 2 DAILY TRAINS OMAHA TO ST. PAOL-HIHHEAPOUS 7 Kit 111 Ouwvraliaa aafa oara. parlor aar Bad WW e.'i 81 li DU Pullnaa alaaplaa aan. kaa library IU I aiadlrarairaiahalrciua. BLACK MILLS 0 CU TeFramoiit. I,laoola,Wabaa,IaridCltr, U.UU I" tuck. Uflluaa, ffmmnX, Uoaava. kuiw rTar. orfuIk, Lorn hu, Cw.r. pria. 1iwIm4 aail li. Ikruusk noUalaa ekau eam falTiuaa tiaatiin car aarvio. 1 It IU T. rromow, I.lncsl. Wakaa. Marfnlk, J.3 A Luu I-iua. Vaidlar. BoaaMMlaail Ua i , - J n 4 1 kj iMMriaita CoutAtrj. CITY TICKET OFFICE, 1401 and UQ3Farcam Street. Etcry Yoaan about Jui wuuWftf -j-w Mifiii oarotNi, nwt Oik. Ml MrWfrwWkrM It a tan nut annul w Da fru.r, hm Miid fttittvtb for if- tu-imil lMuK-aate It . ill' l-ftrtlcuUi-a 4U.4 n ll. vtLiuatua to u.iu. M.Hal l"lVai 4 TUaae bide , For aal ouly by rft H M tl. TO lt,,n nd Dou!a h Unit U VU.. Omaha. Nbra.ki TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER ' Ad area Oaaaha, Kea. PROMOTES 75 'k?r"i - .1 rut. fc.fi,. r U. T. WS (From a StnfT Correp"ndent.) LINCOLN, Nov. 4. (Special.) The elec tion of Jurigo Barnen to the aupreme bench, changing the complexion of the court from demo-pop to republican, will lose Lee Herd man his rlace an clerk of the court, and already the fight that ha been going on quietly for aome time for the place has ansumcd auvh proportions that speculation la now rife. Victor Bcymour came out thia morning with a petition securing signers to rec ommend him for the place. Seymour has, for some time, been prominent in Lancaster politics. Representative McClay Is another Lancaster county man after the office and he la backed by Frank Tyrrell. Tyrrell brought out Judge rjarnea for the u preme bench nomination. W. B. Rose, assistant attorney genernl. Is another can didate who has considerable backing. The man who at thl time, however has the ap pearance of a winner, la N. D. Jackson of Nellgh. Jackson la well known over tne state and Is particularly strong In his dis trict. In the convention which nominated Judge Sedgwick he was the leader of the Barnes forces and threw them to Bedg' wick at the right time to make him. He was the leader of the Barnes delegation thl year and assisted greatly In the cam palgn that elected Barnes. While of course neither Judge Barnes nor any of the other Judges are saying a word, there Is no queS' tli.n that Jackson stands high with the two republican members. Mesa Safe tor Republican. The defeat of Judge Sullivan by such a handsome majority Is believed by repub llcans here to mean that Nebraska Is republican state for good and all time, These believe also that when IYealdent Rooaevelt I renominated next year he will carry the tate by anywhere from 20,000 to 80,000 votes, based on the vote of Judge Barnes. The election of Judge Barnea by 10,000 Plurality." said John 1 Webster, vice presidential possibility, "means that Roose velt will carry the state by at least 20.000 and that Is a very conservative estimate. It means that Nebraska Is a republican state safe and sound. I am gratified at the returns that have come In on the tate j ticket and at the election of Judge Barnes He I a hard worker and he will look Into every detail of every case he Is required to' pass ' upon. He Is recognised by the members of the bar of the entire state as a most able lawyer and judge." As the returns were being received at the headquarters last' night Senator Dietrich remarked: "That mean that Roosevelt will carry the state by 20,000 and maybe SO.OOV." Both Judge Barnes and Judge Sullivan were around the Llndelt hotel while the returns were being received at republican headquarter. Judge Sullivan took his de feat gracefully and when asked to make a statement, remarked: . ."I am paying very little atentlon to the returns coming In now. I am anxious to hear from the Third ward at Columbus. I have done more work there than any where and If I carry that I think' I have won a good fight" ,'i Iater he and Judge Barnes met In the corridor 'and the latter, told him ot' the returns. Judge Sullivan said: "Well you ought to be ashamed of yourself by humiliating Judge Sedgwick by getting more vote than he did," and then the de feated candidate went to bed. Baraea and Salllvaa. Judge Barnea remained at headquarter until late and during hla stay took time to aay: "I am grateful to the people of Nebraska for their confidence In ma aa expressed by their vote. The result of the election bows that Nebraska la a republican state and that in the coming presidential election It will roll up an old-time majority. I am grateful to the state central committee for the manner In which It conducted the cam paign and In making such a clean fight." ' Chairman Weber of the populist commit tee wa pleasantly joked during the day be cause he based his claims for Judge Bull! van's election on the wet weather, which waa all that he had asked for. He said: "We lost because we couldn't get our fellow to line up." ,, LettOB laceetd Poaad. Thla morning Judge C. B. Letton of Fhlr bury waa appointed a member of tha su preme court commission, to take the place of Judge Roaco Pound, who resigned some month ago to become dean of the law de- parimcni jl me oiaia university. juage Letton la aervlng hi second term as judge of the First district and his resignation wua accepted by Governor Mickey thl morning. He la conceded to be well qualified for the place and one of the brainiest members of th,e bar. Hla friend predict that he will glv a good account of himself a a mem ber of the commission and that be will be heard from later. After Rockefeller Cola, The collection by popular subscription of the amount of money necessary to secure the gift of John D. Rockefeller for the erec tlon of the IIOO.OOO building for the univer sity, has received the approval of the Com merclal cltih. At a meeting of the club thla morning chancellor Andrew told the mem hers that tne university management was very anxious io secure tn religious build ing and that to raise th money he had started out with the jwir-ular subscriDtlnn Idea. The club at onco adopted a resolution approving irse project a making for the puonc weirare ana recommended the plan io mi nnurijr co-operation or the people. Laaeaster Retara la Pall. Lancaster county gave the republican state, district and county tickets the old time republican majority, with every re publican elected. The complete returns show this: Supreme Justice Barnes. 4,892; Sullivan, z,ii. : riant, zw; i nrmtlanson, 37. Regents Allen, 5,176; Whitmore, C.873 Spare the Pills andspoilthechild! Sugar-coated, Ayer's, mild. trz County Assessor Miller, aruniw, 2,4fH; Howard, n. County Commissioners Kinyon, ,iou, Stabler, 1.S84: Cushman, 343. ' County Superintendent Bowman, Monroe, 2,3:15; Russell, 1M8. County Survevor Scott. O.R29: Newton, i.s.n. . . Coroner Graham, 6,345; case, !.. Rsmey, LfSO. M PlurnlltlMa Rum.. Slid: Allen, l.?; Whitmore, 1.026; Phillips. 2.en; Knight, J.HS; lmwson, 3.0"J6; Ress, 3,3'; waters, Miller, t.M2; Kinyon, 2.F!i; Bowman, 2,9-U; Scott, S.2C8; Graham, 2,994. Strr-et Car Holdup. Two masked men held up a street car at Seventeenth and South streets at 11 to night at the point of revolver and robbed the motorman of 14. No one else was on the car. Ths Is the point where the motorman changes the trolley and It was whilo doing this that the robbery occurred. TJhe rob bers wore stationed on opposite sides of the car, and ns tho motorman stepped oft he was covered and told to deliver. Xne rob" bcrs then made their escape. As both ap peared very nervous It Is believed they were amateurs. BOY IS ACCIDENTALLY SHOT Report of Gun Is Heard and He Is Foand Dead Soon After wards. fcENKLEMAN, Neb., Nov. 4. (Special Telegram.) A 7-year-old nephew of Mr. and Mrs. A. L&wman, who has been visit ing with them for several months, was ac cidentally shot and killed by, one of the Lawman children Monday evening. Mr. Lawman had been butchering hogs and had laid the gun aside and thought nothing more about It until the report of the discharge was heard and the lnd was found dead a few moments afterwards with his face and head badly mutilated, The boy's home was In Chicago. Paal Jeascn Is Elected. PLATT8MOUTH, Neb., Nov. 4.-(SpecIal.) Paul Jessen was elected Judge of the Second judicial district. R. B. Windham, republican, was elected representative for Eighth district to All vacancy; James Rob. ertson, rep., wa elected clerk of the dls trlot court;. W. D. Wheeler, dem., w.s elected county treasurer to succeed a re publican; U A. Tyson, rep., county clerk; John D. McBrlde, dem., rherlff: H. D. Travis, dem., to suoceed a republican, county Judge; J. M. Teegarden, rep., county assessor; D. Hawksworth, rep., county commissioner First district; C. S. Wort man, dem., county superintendent of publlo instruction; E. E. Hilton, rep., county sur veyor; Henry Boeck, rep., coroner. Stabbed with Pocketkalfe. RED CLOUD, Neb., Nov. 4. (Special felegram.) Henry Jones from north of town was stabbed here today by Cloyd Cummlngs. His condition Is not thought to be dangerous. He has a bad gash under one eye and several stabs In the breast from a pocketknife. It Is said to be th outcomo of an old grievance. The atabblng occurred about 6 o'clock and up to this hour, 7:90 p. m., Cummlngs had not been arrested. He claims he acted In self-de fense. Bank Change at West Poiat. WEST POINT, Neb.. Nov. 4. (Special.) William Gentrup baa been appointed assist ant cashier of the First National bank of this place, vice Eugene F. Krause, resigned. Mr. Gentrup has been for some years dep uty clerk of Cuming county and la a Cum ing county produce, being Born and brad on a farm near this city. . Chang ia Station Agrent. BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. . 4. (Special.) L. 8. Sage, who has been station agent for the Burlington road at this point for the past few yeara, haa been transferred to Alliance. Neb., to take charge of the sta tion there. C. W. Gingrich, who haa been cashier of the depot here, will succeed Mr. Sage temporarily. Box Fall oa HI Ler. BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 4. (Special. Claude Knouse had hla left leg broken Just below the knee yeterday while as sisting In loading a large box Into a freight car at the Union Pacific depot. The box slipped In some way and fell on hla leg, with the above results. Parmer Hangrs Himself. BUTTE, Neb.. Nov. 4. (Special Telegram.) Jacob Buchola, a farmer residing a mil west of Gross, age 38, unmarried, hanged himself today in his brother's barn. He lived with his brother, also unmarried. No cause for act. The coroner will hold an Inquest tonight. ' Sarpy County Offlerri, PAPILLION, Neb., Nov. 4. (Special.) Sarpy county officer: Treasurer, A. R. Morrison, rep.; clerk, P. D. McCormlck, dem.: shertfT, Edward McEvoy, dem.; clerk of district court, I. H. . McDanlel, dem.; county Judge. J. R. Wilson, rep.; assessor, Henry Oottsch, rep. Beatrlco Man Badly Barned. BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 4. (Special.) Eugene Kelso, a young man who works for Dr. C. P. Fall, was quite badly burned about the face while attempting to start a fir in a furnace with coal oil. . Boy Cured of Croip la Fifteen Mlnnte. Chamberlain' Cough Remedy cured our little 4-year-old boy of croup In fifteen minute. My wife and I hav used thl remedy In our family for the past flv year, having tried many other kind pre vious to that time, and can aay that w consider It far superior to any other. W are never without It In our home. Frank Hellyer, Ipava, 111. BISHOP GETS LEGAL WRIT Lithuanian Chareh at Belerlllo to Be Takes from Recalcltraui ' Priest. ST. LOUIS, Nov. 4. Judge Burroughs, at Belleville, 111., Issued an order thla afternoon that Is expected to end the long fight between Bishop Janisen and Father Massotaa of East St. Louis by restoring to the bishop the Lithuanian Catholic church in that city and the parochial res. dence attached. Judge Burroughs' order Is a writ of man, damus compelling Circuit Clerk" May and Justice of th Peace Wangelln to Issue writ of restitution against Father Mas otaa. The writ of restitution will compel the priest to leave the church and parson age, which he haa held In defiance of his ecclesiastical superior.. Publlo speaker use llao'a Cure to treng anwn inv tuiu. aim iMvcui noarwnesa. Award Increase Aa-. NEW TORK. Nov. 4 The decision of the commission in the Sen Francisco Street railway wage arbitration, handed down to day, award an Increase of lu per cent in which to employes employed for two yaara prior to April 1, 1JJ, and 6 ' per cent to ttoae of !eaa service. Hours were left un changed and the wage rat waa deemed effective from May 1. 19(41, to May 1, lkut. Th award was written by Oscar & Strauas and assented to by W. D. klahon. Coluuol Patrick, C'athoua, declining to concur. KANSAS CITY, Mo., Nov. 4. One person was killed outright and fifty-one Injured, two of them perhaps fatally. In the collis ion of two cable care In a fog early today on the steep Twelfth street viaduct. Moat of the Injured were shop girls on their way from their homea In Kansas City, Kan., to the big department store on the Missouri side. The dead girl, Nel'le Luscombe. aged 20, a clerk, was killed Instantly. She waa found burled beneath the debris of the wrecked trains. A small piece of steel, the slie of a lead pencil, had been driven Into the girl's skull between the eyes and the left side of her head was crushed. She waa so badly disfigured that It waa several hour before she was identified. Of the Injured Carrie Mooney, also a dry goods clerk, who had both legs broken, and Her man Watklns, a c'.erk In the Methodist Book Concern, whose Jaw waa broken and who waa otherwise hurt, will die It la be lieved. List of Dead aad lajared. Seventeen others were more or less se riously hurt, five of them sustaining broken bones. The other thirty-four Injured sus tained only minor cuts and bruises. AH the Injured lived In Kansas City, Kan., or Its suburbs. Th Dead: NELLIE LUSCOMBE. x Seriously injured: Carrie Mooney, will probably die. Herman Watklns, will probably die. Emma Oyer, both lege broken. Llzsle Conway, leg broken. Mrs. L. L. Free, back sprained. H P. Conway, knocked senseless, bead cut and bruised. Mary demons, hurt Internally. Joseph Holllway. Lizzie Canary, leg fractured. Minnie Boeder, both legs fractured, badly stunned. Margaret Flnnegan. scalp wound, sever shock. F-sther I.oftus.both legs broken. Mrs. E. E. GodelL legs, head and arms badly Injured. Benjamin Mltchum. head cut in nan a dosen places. Nellie Mcconnell, collar none Dronen. B. F. F'emlng, back sprained. V. V. Warner, assistant city clerk of Kansas City, Kan., ribs broken. Canse of Accident. The accident was due to slippery tracks. Ona train heavily laden with passengers had reached Summit street, four blocks east of the top of the Twelfth street Incline, a structure four blocks In length. that spans the railway tracks In the Union depot yards. For the -entire distance of eight blocks there Is a sheer descent rf about thirty degrees. At Summit street the first car had stopped to let oft a passenger when the grlpman lost his grip on the cable. Immediately the train started back, gain ing great speed. . A heuvy fog made It impossible to see a blvck ahead and inde scribable confusion ensued among the pas sengers, dozens of whom , were too closely packed Inside the closed car to make a move to save themselves. Several on the grip and many among those on the platforms of the rear car jumped and escaped with but slight in juries. When the train had reached the top of the viaduct U wa going at a rate of perhaps thirty mile. an hour. Two block away, mlu J,y down the Incline, another heavily laden, train wa making it way upward. The 'fog wa too dense for either crew to see the other, and not until the runaway train was within a few feet of the second train did those on the latter realise any danger, The car came together with terrific force, throwing tha passengers In every direction, locking the cars together In deadly embrace, and par tially wrecking the viaduct. The scenes that followed were agonising, Bewildered, crushed and unable to see clearly in the dense fog, which at thla low lying point was thicker than above, it was some moment before the situation could be realised and an effort could be made by the paasengers to extricate themselves or others to remove them from their perilous position. Several of the Injured had been thrown clear of the viaduct railing, falling twenty feet to the railway yards below, sustain ing Injuries more nr leu serious. Hew Care for Weak Langs. Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump tion cure all coughs, colds, grip and lung troubles or no pay. 60c. 1.00. . For sal by Kuhn & Co. More Copper Litigation Started. HELENA, Mont., Nov. 4. The transcript of the proceedings In the case of John MacGlnnla against the Boston & Montana and the Silver Mining companies and others was filed In the supreme court today. Thla Is the case in which Judge Clancy In Butte, Mcnt., granted an injunction restraining the Amalgamated Copper company from voting the stock of the Boston At Montana company, which resulted In the closing of all Amalgamated properties In the state. FORECAST 0FTHE WEATHER Promise of Fair aad Warmer ia Cen tral aad 'Western Nebraska Tharsday. WASHINGTON, Nov. 4.-Forecas t : For Nebraska Fair Thursday, with warmer In central and west portion; Fri day, Increasing cloudiness and cooler. For South and North Dakota Fair and Dewey & Stone Furniture Co. 1115-1117 FARNAM STREET. DEWEY & STONE FURNITURE CO. 1115-1117 FARNAM ST. WOMEN suffer untold misery because the when doctoring, they are led to believe that when In fact disordered kidneys are the chief cause of their dlstresRlng troubles. Willi pnln in the back, bearing-down feelings, headache and utter exhaustion. DIDN'T KNOW I HAD KIDNEY TROUBLE 1 bad tried an manr rrmedlaa without ttiolr balnt baxrflted ma that 1 waa about dlacoarasro. bat la a faw dar artar taking your wondarful Swamp-Root I acgan to reel twttar. waa out ot health and run down irenrmll : had na appetite, waa dlaiy and auffered with haadacha inut ot tne tima. I dl not know that my kldnrya war tha ran of mjr trouble, but aomehnw felt thry might be. and I began laklns Sw.nip-Koot, aa ahore atated. There ir aurh a pleaaant taate to Swamp- Rnot, and It Knee fiaht to the root and drlvea dteeaee out of tho aystem. It haa cured me, and I cheerfully recommend It to 11 aufferera. Oratefully youra. MRS. A. L.. WAI.KKR, 4 Weat Linden St.. Atlanta, Oa. THE nilld and extraordinary effect of the world-famous kidney and bladder remeay, Hwainn-Koot, la noon realised. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most digressing cases. A lit f -yr-v trim will convince anyone and you ma y have a sample lrottle sent free by mail. In taking Dr.. Kilmer's Swamp-Root you afford natural help to Nature, for Swamp-Hoot Is the most perfect healer jind gei.tle old to the kidneys that has ever been discovered Don't make any mistake, but remember tho name, Swamp Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and the address, Binghamton, X. Y., on every bottle. To IJrove What SVAMF-ROOT, tho Croat Kidney, Livor anclUladdorTtomody, Will Do for YOU, JQvory lioador of Tho Boo Rlayllavo a Sarnplo Rottlo Sent Frco by Jfoi.' EDITORIAL NOTICE No matter how many doctors you have tried no matter how much money you may have . spent on other medicines, you really owe it to yourself and to your family to at 5oast give Swamp-Root a trial. Its staunchest friends today are those Who had almost given up hope of ever becoming well again. You mny have a sample bottle of this wonderful discovery, Swamp-Root, sent absolutely free by mall, also a book telling all abont Swamp-Root, and containing many of the thousands upon thousands of testimonial letters receive! (rom men and women who owe their good health-, in fact their very llvet,, to Its wonderful curative properties. In writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton, N. Y., be sure to say that you read this generous offer In The Omaha Daily Bee. If you are elready convinced that Swamp-Root is what you need, you can purchase the regular fifty-cent and one dollar sise bottles at the drug stores everywhere. warmer Thursday; showers and cooler Fri day. For Iowa Fair and cooler Thursday; Fri day, increasing cloudiness and warmer. For Missouri Fair and cooler Thursday; FrUay, Increasing cloudiness and warmer. For Kansas, Colorado and Wyoming Fair Thursday and Friday. For Montana Fair Thursday, with warmer In east portion; Friday, partly cloudy and cooler. Loral Record. OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU. OMAHA, Nov. 4. Official record of tem perature and precipitation compared with th corresponding day of th last thrte cars: 1901. 1902. 1901. 1901. Maximum temnerature .. 61 64 90 60 Minimum temperature .. 49 40 20 Moan temperature do i j o- Precipitation W .00 .01 .00 Record ot temperature and precipitation at Omaha fur this day and since March 1, liu3: Normal temperature ; 4 Excess for the day Total excess since March 1 1U Normal precipitation ..06 inch Deficiency for the day 06 Inch Precipitation since March 1 31.91 Inches Excess since March 1 J-57 Inches Deficiency for cor. period 1901.. 1. 88 Inches Deficiency for cor. period 1901.. 6.03 Inches Report front Station at T P. M. fl P i: 1 r nil: M 61 .00 Jfi 44 .00 40 66 .0) 42 64 .00 46 60 .00 M 44 .00 4i 60 .00 30 40j .00 56 61 .00 62 66 .01 48 64 .00 66 62 T 64 68 .00 42 48 .00 40 40 .00 84 44 .00 70 74 .00 WEATHER. CONDITION OF THE Omaha cloudy Valentine, clear North Platte, partly cloudy. Cheyenne, clear Salt Lake City, cloudy Rapid City, clear Huron, partly cloudy WUUston, clear Chicago, cloudy St. Iuls, raining St. Paul, clear Davenport clear Kansas City, cloudy i.. Havre, cloudy Helena, cloudy Hlemarck, clear Galveston, clear L A. WELSH. Forecaster. T Indicates trace ot perclpltatlon. Music Cabinets and Desks Another large shipment of music cab inets and desks in exquisite designs, in both quartered oak and mahogany, Just from the factory. A good line to make selection from for the holidays. MUSIC CABINETS Polished quartered oak cabinet with fancy swell front shaped legs with and without top drawer, at (9.76, 110.60, $12 60, 1 18.75 and up. MAHOGANY CABINETS In plain and fancy fronts, with and without drawer new and artlatlo designs, at 89.60, 110.75. 818.7, $16.00, $17.00. $38.60, 824.00, 824.00. $38.00 and up. HOUSE DESKS Oak desk quarter awed with small and larg drawer French legav-well or straight front, at $7.16, $o.0u, $11.00, $12.60, $18.60, $16.00, $18.00 and up. MAHOGANY DESKS Ia a large variety of new design, one, two, three and four drawers, at $8.00. $11.00, $11.80. $16.00, $17.00, fli.OO, $22.06, $34.00, $30.00 aad op. The - assortment In these goods Is larger now than you will find It at any other time. Make your selection now for the holldeya. nature of their disease Is not always womb trouble or female weakness of YOUR poor health makes yon nervous. Irritable nnd at times despondent; but thouaanda of Just such suffering or broken-down women are being restored to health and strength every day by the ne f that wonderful discovery, Dr. Kil mers 8wamp-Koot. the great kidney, liver 1 TODAY I AM IN SPLENDID HEALTH 1 About II month, am I bad very aayera attack ot frlp. I waa eitremely .Irk for three weeke, and whaa I anally waa able to leer my bed 1 waa left with excruciating pain In my bark, which eonelnre me that I had a aevere kidney trouble. My phyalcal condition waa auch that I had no etrentth and waa all run down. My klater. Mr. C. C. Llttleneld of Lynn, adrlaad me to tire Dr. KHmer'a Swamp-Root a trial. I procured a bottle, and In.ida of three daya com menced to set relief. I followed up that bottle with another, and at the completion ot thla one fouad I waa completely cured. My strength returned 4 today I am aa well aa erer. Mr bu.lnee I that of ranraeaer. I am os my ft great deal of the time, and hare to uee much energy In getting around. My care la therefor all tha mora remarkable, and la exceedingly gratifying to me. Sincerely youra, MRS. H. N. WHEELRR, N Proapeet St., Lynn, Maaa. ains for Thursday I .' fT"tl ll HR&HJl WHEELER. j7f TTta pare , SJ2.00 imitation mahogany taborettes with shaped tops, brass feet and glass balls for ...$1.00 $2.23 quartered-sawed oak seat and back dining chairs $1.50 117.00 quartered-sawed oak Morris chair with patent bpriiig back, upholstered with French velour cush ions ... $8.50 $2.25 oak folding eurre tables, with 24x24 top, for....75c $3.50 iron or brass bed, springs with steel rod at each side, supported with three rows coil springs, fastened with steel rods at each Ride and Helicals spring to hold supporters for $2.25 CURTAINS. $3.50 tapestry portieres, full length, assorted colors, for, per pair ...$1.95 $7.50 mercerized tapestry portieres, extra wide, full 3 yards long . . .$3 50 A GREAT $5 CURTAIN SALE Your choice of all of our Brussels net, Arab, Irish Toint and Cluny lace curtains, worth $7.50, on sale at, pairC.$500 RUG SALE We will place on sale 25 of our $32.50 9x12 Victory Body . Brussels rugs, our full line of patterns to select from, for ..: , $22.75 Baker Furniture Co., 1315-17-19 Farnani Street. 'tlJL, Come to our office and I will make a thorough and clenuflo EXAMINA TION of your ailments FKEiU OF CHARGE, aa examination that , will disclose your true physical condition,- without a knowledge ot which you are groping In the dark. If you have taken treatment without success, I will show you why It failed. I want all ailing men to feel that they can com to our office freely for examination and explanation of their condition without being bound by any obligation to take treatment unlea they bo desire. Every man. whether taking treatment or eontem plating sam, should take advantage of this opportunity to learn his true condition, as I will advise him bow to Lin. bast regain hi health and (trcngtb and prfcserv th. powers of manhood unto rip. old age. avfaia It U not so much of a calamity that man contracts 1 1 w dleas or weakness., but that he neglect them j , .JSf fails to sscur. th proper treatment for their cure, or be has experimented with too many free treatment and quick cure schemes. We MAKE NO MISLEADING STATEMENTS or deceptive propositions to the afflicted, neither do we promt j to cur them IK A F1SW PAIS In order to secure their patronage, but we guarantee a COMPLETE, SAFE and LAST ING our In th. QCICKKdT POSSIBLE TIME, without leaving Injurious after effect In the system, and at th lowest cost possible for HONEST, SKILLFUL AND SUCCESSFUL service. W. cur. STRICTURE, VARICOCELE. NERVO-SEXUAL DEBILITY, EHIS SI0N5, IMPOTENCY, BLOOD POISON, (SYPHILIS) RECTAL, KIDNEY AND URINARY DI5EA5ES. snd all disease and weakneaae due to Inheritance, .vll habits, exceaees, or - tb result of pcine disease CONSlLTATlO.f PHUB Writ If yoa eaaaoc call. OOle hoars, H a. a, to a p. a. Saaday, IO to 1 only. Stoto Electro-Medical Institute, 1308 Farrtam Street, Between 13th and I4?h Streeta, Omaha, Neb correctly understood; In many cases, some sort Is responsible for their Ills, Perhaps you suffer almost continually nnd bladder remedy. NOT only does wainp-Itoot brim new life and activity to the kidneys, ft cause of the trouble, but by treatifef the kidneys it acts as n general tonlt and food for the entire constitution. SWAMP-ROOT A BLESSIN6 TO WOMEN My kldneya and bladder gar in great treuble I er.r two month and I auSera untotv salaery. beram weak, emarla and very much run dowa, 1 had great difficulty In retaining my ur.ne, ao waa obliged to paaa water very nften night and day. After I had aed aampl bottle of Dr. Xllmer a Swamp-Root, aent ma on my requeet, 1 experienced relief and I Immediately bought ot my druggmt two large bottlea and continued taking It aegular'ly. I am pleaaed to aay that Swamp-Root cured me en tirely. I can now atand on pur feet all day without any bad aymptnme whaterar. Swamp-Koot haa proved bleealag to me. Oratetully youra, . MRS. B. AUSTIN. 1 Naaaaa Bu, Breoklya, N. T. Baker Furniture Co. Furniture, " Rugs and Draperies I WILL CUftE YOU P (3 -"vv ev rzyti: .- fcaiii I J 1