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TntTKSDAY. NOVEMBER 19, 1903. TITE OMAHA DAILY T.EE!
s VOTE ON DISTRICT JUDGES Offioinl Batumi 8bow KepuMioani Gain fi'x U the Late E ectioo. eaxsaasanxwanw HANNA IN ELEVENTH HAS TWO PLURALITY 6am Warden a ad Depnttea Have Lively Times la Their Effort to Proseente Violator of ' the Law, (From a 8taff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Nov. 18-Speclal.)-As a re sult of the lata election, according to the duplicates of the return ' received by the eeretarr of state, the republican party gained nix district judges. Thee were aatned one each in these districts: Fifth, Btsth, Seventh, Ninth, Eleventh and Twelfth. In the Fifth and Sixth districts, which were both fusion, the . republicans elected one Judge In each and the fusion on each. In the Eleventh district, where It waa believed for several days after the lection that Judge Hanna, the republican candidate. Had been defeated, the returns show that ha received a majority of two votes. This morning the county clerk of Garfield county sent to the secretary of state fcn amended report of the returns, which give Hanna ten more votes. These votes, however, cannot be, counted as It Is unlawful to open the ballot box after It has one been sealed. The vote by districts fol lows: ' , FIRST DI8TRICT. A. H. Rabcoek, rep 10.3X1 0. F. Plea vis. rep 9.107 W. H. Kelllgar, fus 9,tfl0 E. O. Kretslnger, fus 8.227 SECOND DISTRICT. Paul Jeasen, rep.. 8.125 THIRD DISTRICT. Lincoln Frost, rep.. 6.1fl E. P. Holrms. rep It.04.1 A. J. Cornish, rep 8,027 FOURTH DISTRICT. W. A, Redlck, rep 13.31 W. O. Bears, rep 12.47 A. L, Button, rep ,.k 12,894 A. C. Troup, rep 12.S.18 1. F. Baxter, rep 19. Wl O. A. Day. rep 19.M6 Lv 8. Estelle. rep 19.K94 A. N. Ferguson, dem lo.iyt K. O. Page, dem 9.375 C. T. Dickinson, dem. 11.105 Ouy R. C. Read, dem 10.i Oeorge W. Doane. dem . 2.P85 John O. Telser, pop 2.83B A. Outer, soc 1.6HS C. L. Huher, soc 1.642 J. C. Jacobson, soc (,703 J. T. Miller, soc 1.K82 William Moran. soc 1,634 v. F. Alonoison, soc l.fill O. H. Spencer, soc.; 1.601 FIFTH DISTRICT. Arthur J. Evans, rep 9.W9 J. H. Bmlth. rep 9,1 B. F. Good. fus... 10.072 8. II. Bornberger.' fus 9,387 SIXTH DISTRICT. James O. Reeder, rep 8.14!) Robert J. Btlnson. rep 8.6X5 Jamea A. (Irlmlson, fus 5.852 Conrad Hollenbeck, fus.'. 6,565 SEVENTH DISTRICT. Leslie O. Kurd, rep 7,71 George W. Stubbs, fus T.601 EIGHTH DISTRICT. James O. Robinson, rep . t.(M Guy T. Graves, 'us 6,186 NINTH DISTRICT. John F. Boyd, rep , 7.016 Douglas Co. log, fus S,29 TENTH DISTRICT. J. W. James, rep 6.S04 - K. L. Adams, fus 6,934 John Epperson lie ELEVENTH DISTRICT. James N. Paul, rep i.k 8,5!2 Jamea R. Hanna. rep ...L 6.879 John R. Thompson, fus...-...: s,377 Jamea S. Armstrong, fus 6,229 In this district Garfield county filed an amended abstract which gives 10 more votes for Hanna. TWELFTH DISTRICT. n. O. Hosteller, rep '. 6,194 ' W. L. Hand, fus t.lll ... ..THIRTEENTH DISTRCT., . H. M. Orlmea. rep 1. 1,871 A. F. Parsons, fus 1,172 FOURTEENTH DISTRICT. Robert O. Orr 4.919 Jamea L. White 1,926 FIFTEENTH DISTRICT. A. G. Fisher, rep S.497 W. T. Wells, rep 6,305 J. J. Harrington, fus 6,8o4 W. H. Weatover, fus i 6,168 Game Law' Convictions. Game Warden Carter, haa been busy this weak and aa a result ha scoured the con viction of W. J. Robinson of Holt county at Omaha yesterday, who after pleading guilty to shipping out birds waa fined I1U0 and coats by Justice Foster, and ha now baa J. M. Hunnell of Gothenburg under arrest with a trial pending. An attempt to arrest Hunnell by the local officers had considerable of the sensational about It and aa a result the police of that city and county attorneys aro talking ugly about aach other. It waa reported to the game warden that a party for whom ha waa searching waa being secreted at the Hun nail home near Gothenburg. He notified his local deputy, and the latter with a con stable went to the house after the wanted man. In the meantime tha local police had this term is exceedingly small, not a crim- 7. FOGYOSOPHY. Soma old fossils Drtsaled out To senile Nothingness , Urge on tha world Opinions That are faded, False and Toothless. These aver That scientific Foods , r That are improvements On tha diet Of their fathers Mean man's Ultimate Extinction. Were this true Man would die happy With a stomach Well distended With a food Fit for Archaiels. But 'somehow The plow of Progress RoUs these Fossils rudely under. And the modem Way of living Is tha glory Of the moderns. If a train Will save m walking . , Weary miles Of hour-long Distance, Shall I walk - Or buy a ticket? If a food mill Cooking, grinding, Lifts the burden Of digesting. . Shall I not Enjoy the Product T . Therefore, Moderns eat The product READY BITS, The predlgested Cooked and Maltoeed Whole wheat . Manna: READY BITS. DyspMpala'a foetnan; ' READY BITS. The crisp, delicious Food that fits la every fciotuack. got wind of the man's presence and they went out, arriving before the constable. When the luttor stnrted Into the front Jsrcl about midnight, so It was reported to Mr. Carter, Hunnell appeared at the door with a gun and Informed the officers that If they attempted to come any nearer the house he would shoot them. This put a damper on the enthusiasm of the county officers and they at once took the bark trail. They claimed later that at the. time Hunnell was making his gun play the police were In the house with the man wanted, but whom they" failed to bring to town. Mr. Carter waa Informed that the police had arrested the man, they said, but while telephoning to town the man man aged to make his escape through a rear door. Robinson, who was fined yesterday, was first tried In O'Neill and was discharged. As he started to leave the court room he waa again arrested for shipping game to Omaha. llarbart Is Dlnrharaed. Jchn Herbert, formerly an employ ef thj Kearney Industrial home, who persisted In making love to the daughter of Len Thomas of Beatrice even to the extent that he threatened to shoot her mother after she had been knocked down by her daugh ter, will not be discharged by Governor Mickey. The latter received a message from Superintendent Hayward last night to the effect that Harbart had been dis charged about five days ago for jgood and sufficient reasons. What the reasons were the governor does not yet know, but Mr. Hayward said he would send In a report of the affair as soon as pShJble. Fvnler Ha Troubles. The state superintendent Is having some trouble these days deciding questions relat ing to the school laws of the state. One Inquiry came In this morning from Arling ton.' It was whether a teacher who had been quarantined because of smallpox, even though she did not have tha disease her self, thould receive pay for the time she was kept out of school. It Is presumed that such a case has occurred down In that county, though It may be that some one wants to decide a bet. The ether caie that came in this morning Is the ever-living Bible case. It came In from Verona, where a teacher pereists In reading the Bible against the wish of one of the patron 9 of the school. This man has In the school a 5-year-old son and he does not want the child to have to listen to tha Bible read ing. He has been overruled by the teacher, the school board and the county superin tendent and as a last resort he has ap pealed, through a member of the board, to the state superintendent. Conple Surprises Friends. Harry B. Robinson, a well known tailor of this city, surprised his friends, and Miss j Clara May Patterson of Fremont surprised ner irienas mis noon ny getting married. The ceremony waa performed by Rev. Stanley at the home of Mrs. Jonnla G. Odell. at 1409 North Twenty-sixth street, at 12:30 o'clock. They then drove to the Northwestern depot and left for Fremont for a short visit to the bride's mother be fore their return to Lincoln, where they will make their home. The bride came to Lincoln Monday afternoon to visit the family of Mrs. Odell and, with the excep tion of this family, tha wedding waa a com- RUMORED CHANGE ON ELKHORN Norfolk Has It that General Super intendent Is to Be Located There. NORFOLK, Neb., Nov. 18. (Speclal.) There Is a persistent rumor on the streets here, and one that is not denied by the railroad officials, that the office of the general superintendent of the ' Nebraska Wyoming ' division ' of the Northwestern will soon be moved from Omaha to Nor folk and that this will become the head quarters for the operation of the division. Superintendent Reynolds denied that he had any official information to that ef fect, but those who are In close touch with the business of the company are of the opinion that there are good and suf ficient grounds for the story. The expensive and extensive permanent Improvements that have been made to the company's yards In South Norfolk have led to the belief that Norfolk was In the future to become more than a division headquarters. The most extensive switch ing yards on the system are now In opera tion here and It will only need the re location of General 'Superintendent Hughes at Norfolk to make this one of the most important points on the division. Fair of Wymore Firemen. WYMORE. Neb., Nov. 18. (Special.) The firemen's fair, which was opened last evening at the armory, atracted a large crowd and promises to be one of the most successful fairs they have ever given. The merchants have contributed a large number of valuable articles to be given as door prizes, two of which are given away every evening. Burnham's orchestra furnishes the music and the floor Is In excellent con dition. The firemen are always given the most liberal support from our citizens and their fairs are always well patronised and are successful, both from a social and financial standpoint. Work on Eleetrle Lino. PAPILLION. Neb.. Nov. 18. (Special.) Work upon the construction of tha Omaha, Lincoln A Beatrice Electric railway will be commenced In one week and from a reliable source It Is learned that If the projector's plans do not fall, the line be tween Omaha and Lincoln will be In work ing order within a year. A business man of Paplllton received word today that the company will have a man here this week empowered to hire grading outfits and to push the preparatory work as fast as possible. flasks Corn for Wtgtr, DAKOTA CIHY. Neb., Nov. 11 (Special.) George HIrschbach, the champion corn husker of this section, has wagered with an Iowa man that he can husk and crib 150 bushels of wo In ten hours. The con test will b pulled off about Thanksgiving day In Don Forbes' corn Held on mile north of this place. Mr. HIrschbach feels very confident of winning the wager. PrOspectlns; for Oil. NEHAWKA,' Neb., Nov. 18 (Special.) Mr. Free by of the Pennsylvania oil regions haa been In the neighborhood south of town prospecting for oil and minerals and thinks the outlook good. He Is preparing to lease land of F. S. Nutiman. Henry Seyfer and others and will bore for oil In the spring. Collision on the Klkhern. VALENTINE. Neb.. Nov. .- Special Telogram.) Train No. s. east bound on the Elkhorn, stopped at Crookston for water and a cattle train following craahed Into the rear, smashing the sleeper so It had to be left. Nobody was hurt, but the pas sengers were badly frightened and shaken up. J ads Graves 111. DAKOTA CITT, Neb., Nov. U-(8pecial.) The adjourned term of district court, which haa ben postponed until November 23, owing to the Illness of District Judge G. T. Gravea of Pender. The court docket for inal case appearing thereon. The civil caes are also of very minor Importance. - Fifteen Below at Kimball. KIMBALL. Neb.. Nov. 18. (Special Tele gram.) Th thermometer registered fifteen below aero this moialng, tti coldest la November for twelve yesrs. There Is no snow and stock on the range Is doing well. VVOOSTER WINS TWO" SUITS Merrick Toanty Reformer Cheeks the Graft of the Board of Supervisors. CENTRAL CITT, Neb., Nov. 18.-TO ths Editor of The Bee: During the current term of the district court, November, 190J, Merrick county, Nebraska, Hon. Conrad Hollenbeck, Judge, there have been tried two cases of especial Interest to the people of the state. The first of these cases was entitled J. E. Howland against the County of Merrick and Charles Wooster. This waa a case wherein Charles Wooster, a tax payer, had appealed from a decision of the County Board of Supervisors In allowing a claim of J. E. Howland, a member of said board. The body of this claim, as origi nally filed, ran as follows: "To ten days' work on bridge, 830." At a previous term, In pursuance of A motion made by the at torney for the appellant, the court ordered that this claim should be Itemised. This being done It appeared that four days cf this alleged work was on a certain bridge over Prairie creek in said county. The con tention then was as to tho right of the plaintiff to recover for these four days, his right to recover for the other days not being questioned by the' appellant. The Instructions of the court as applying par ticularly to this point are here quoted ver batim aa follows: No. 6. If the Jury believe from the evi dence that the plaintiff rendered tho serv ice claimed In his petition, then the plain tiff would be entitled to recover 83 per day for such services, providing the Jury be lieve by a preponderance ot evidence that such services were in fart rendered. No. 8. The foregoing instruction, how ever, docs not apply to the Item, towlt the four days' work charged on bridge be tween sections 27 and 2X. t'pon that branch of the case you are Instructed as follow "All contracts for the erection and the re paration of bridges and approaches thereto, tor the building of culverts and Improve ments on roads, the cost or expense of which shall exceed 8110 shall be let by the county commissioners to the fowest and best bidder." It therefore follows as a mat ter of law that If the cost of repairing said bridge exceeded the sum of 8100 than as between the plaintiff and the county or a taxpayer thereof, the reparation of said bridge by said board without a contrsct would be contrary to law and the plaintiff as a member of said board vould :.ot be entitled to recover anything from the county for services rendered In that be half. Therefore If you believe from the evidence that the cost of the reparation of the bridge specified In said account, in cluding the material and labor performed thereon, exceeds the sum of 8100, then the plaintiff as a member cf said Board of Su pervisors would not bo entitled to recover upon that Item of the account and your verdict should be for the defendant upon that branch of the case. The evidence showed to the satisfaction of the Jury that .he said bridge was re paired without a contract and that the cost thereof exceeded $101, as appeared from the fact that on this branch of ths cas, which, as above stated, involved the only real Issue, the jury promptly brought In a verdict for the defendant, or appellant. It should here be stated that, notwith standing many public protests made by, the appellant In this case and others, the Board of Supervisors of Merrick county for sev eral years yast prior to the bringing of this action have been building and repairing bridges, each supervisor In his qwn dis trict, without advertising and letting by contract, as the law requires, the cost of such work in one Instance at least being as high as 11,000 or more. The supervisors scught to defend their action on the pre tense that they wcra thus saving the county money. . But the meat In the cocoa nut was really the fact that they were thus enabled unlawfully to get thousands of dol lars out of, tiie county treasury and into their own pockets. The Instructions of Judge Hollenbeck in this case save the supervisors, and all other officers as well, to understand that an officeris not entitled to pay for work done In violation .f law. The second "t these cafes was entitled W. L. Stanley against Merrick County and Charles Wooster. This was a case wherein Charles Wooster had appealed from a divi sion of the board of supervisors In allowing a claim of W. L. Stanley, a member of said board. This claim was chiefly on ac count of erpenses Incurred, including $3 per day for the time he was gone. In at tending a meeting of '.he State Association of County Commissioners and County Su pervisors held at Beatrice, In Gage county, some time last year. Stanley attended that meeting in pursuance of a resolution lassed by the Board of Supervisors ap pointing him ihetr representative. The parties to the suit waived a Jury, entered .nto a stipulation as to the facts and submitted the case to the court on the question of law as to whether the Board of Supervisors could lawfully allow the claim. In giving his derUIon, referring to the Beatrice trip. Judge Hollenbeck said: "This was certainly not county busi ness, and I don't think the county should pay for what Is not county business," and found accordingly. If the decision of Judge Hollenbeck in this case is good law. It Is good In every county In the state and ought to put a stop to these annual Junketing trips by county commissioners and supervisors at the ex pensa of the taxpayers. In Merrick county at least, If they . go hereafter, they will have to foot their own bills. CHARLES WOOSTER. New Rnral Telephone Line. DAK6TA CITY, Neb.. Nov. 18.-(Speclal.) The Clark Automatic Telephone company or Sioux City Is putting In a rural telephone line to run out from this place, covering a distance of about thirty miles. Drnsglsta Before El wood Conrt, SLWOOD, Neb., Nov. J8.-(Speolal.)-Dis- tiict court Is In session here this week, There Is a heavy docket. Including eleven cases for selling liquor without permit against the druggists of this place. There are two kinds of emulsions of cod liver oil Scott's and all the others. Not one of the latter is as valuable as Scott's Emulsion and there's a reason for it Only the purest ingredients enter our Emulsion and its quality never varies. That is why it helps when all others fail. There's not much oil in the market now; it's scarce and high in price. But seal oil and other inferior oils are cheap and plentiful. That's why you can buy so many substitutes for Scott's Emul sion at a lower price. We guarantee our Emul sion to be the best remedy for weak lungs, low vitality and wasting conditions. Who guarantees the others ? Weil srad yon a sample free, spoa request. SCOTT ROWNg, o Pearl atraet. New York, TURNS DOWN TOE SOCIALISTS American Federation of Lei or 0oi on Record Against Proptgandi. VOTE IS NEARLY FIVE TO ONE AGAINST Uomners Makes Farnest and Bitter Arrslfinrsl of Theory of So rlallsm and His Conten tion Is Supported. BOSTON, Nov. 18.-After a long debate, chiefly noteworthy because of the bitter language on the part of Samuel Gompers In dealing with socialism, the American Federation of Labor, today defeated reso lutions pledging it to socialism. Nine resolutions presented by socialists and calling for the adoption of their prin ciples had been reported upon unfavorab'y by the committee on resolutions and dele gates representing a voting strength of 11.283 registered themselves in support of the committee's recommendation, while delegates with 1.185 votes were cast In favor of the resolutions. The Issue was discussed all day today, as well as part of yesterday. All the leaders on both sides engaged In the debate. Just before the vote was taken this afternoon considerable excitement was caused by Delegate Carey's condemnation of Vice President Duncan's attack upon the socialists. . The climax of the day came when Presi dent Gompers In bitter and unqualified language scored socialism and what he claimed was' an attempt to Induce the con vention to adopt Its principles. D. W. Richmond, president of the Railway Clerks' International association, declared that his organisation would withdraw If the federation adopted socialistic ideas. Charles Lavln, the delegate from Wllkes barre, argued that there was something wrong with the body politic and that so cialism would cure the evils. He declared that boys and girls are taken from school early and put to work In the factories and mills, and pointed out that the more boys there are the worse It Is for the men, and he saw no political party that would stop these conditions except the socialists. No party except the socialists had made men tion of the condition In Its platform. After several other socialistic delegates had spoken John Mitchell, president of the United Mine Workers, took occasion to deny a statement that the relief committee was organized or was under tho super ilslon of the socialistic party, but gave the sollalists credit for their contributions and for their assistance In the coal strike. ' Bev. eral speakers followed Mr. Mitchell, all speaking In support of. the socialistic reso lutions. Delegate Quick of St. Louis spoke for the resolutions. Vice President Duncan op tcsel them.' Then De egate Carey, address ing the convention, made an extended ar gument In favor of socialism. President Oompers defended the position of Vice President Duncan, who had been attacked by Mr. Carey. Mr. Gompers de clared that the philosophy of the social interests was wrong, although the Ideas of economic conditions were true. He pjlnted out that a vote for the resolutions would be construed by the world as an endorse ment of socialism, yet the socialists did not want trade unionists elected to office. Wherever there havo been social! Uh, they have always opposed the trade unionists who were running for office outtiric the fed eration of labor. Mr. Gompers became very earnest, t.nd even bitter In hU statements against socialism and waa Interrupted fre quently from the floor. In closing he said: ( am at variance with your philosophy. Economically you re unsound, socially you lire wrong and lndutrlal y ou are lmp"s , ih. I have an abHIng lalth In the trade union movement because It is (ho pro tector of labor today, and if emancipation co-nes some time. It must le the trades un'.on movement that tvlll achieve It. A graat vrlume of applause followed Mr. Gompers' speech, and the roll rail on the question of concurring In the committee's report lesulted 11,282 in favor of, and 2.185 against, which meant that the convention had refused to commit itself to roclallsm. The snnouncement was hal'.el with cheers. Resolutions were adopted denouncing ths act of the commander of the French war ship Tags at New Orleans In 1913, In send ing the band of the Tage to take the place of union musicians who were "locked out" from claying at the carnival. Ths resolu tions declare for congressional Investigation of the case. Another resolution adopted condemned ths manufacture of United States mall bags by convict labor In. Trenton prison. A resolution appropriating 81.000 to the Alabama ctate branch of the federation to test the const ItuUonallty of the sntl-boycott law In that state, was referred to the ex ecutive council with the recommendation that It be given early consideration. The convention then adjourned until tomorrow. A Timely Suggest loa. This is the season, of the year when the prudent and careful housewife replenishes her supply of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy. It is certain to be needed before the winter Is over, and results are much mors rrompt and satisfactory when it Is kept at hand and given as soon as the cold is con tracted and before It has become settled In the system. In almost every Instance a severe cold may be warded off by taking this remedy freely as soon as the first In dication of the cold appears. There Is no danger In giving It to children, for It con tains no harmful substance. It Is pleasant to take both adults and children like It. Buy It and you will get the best. It always cures. OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES Decrease of Over Two Hundred Thou sand In Parkins; to Far This Month. CINCINNATI. O.. Nov. lg fSnecIn! Tel egram.) Price Current says the marketing of hogs th)W3 considerable enlargement In numters. Tottl western packing was 46i,000 compared with 375.000 tne preceding week and (06.0(0 the same time last year. Since November 1. the total Is 1,005,000, against 1,2:5,000 a year ago. Pro nlnent places com. pare as follows: 1903 1S02 Chicago 3 "0.000 425, (tJO Kansas City k5 wl 141.0-10 South Omaha 70.in k2,ooO Bt. Louis 70 7.0 St. Joseph M.U10 70.(00 Indianapolis 71. (0 (9.0M Milwaukee , 4,isn ' 4H.OU0 Cincinnati J 33 0)0 33 0 0 Ottumwa 1:4. 0 r.O'i Cedr Rapids n.fmo lS.CKiO Sioux itv 2Un 4l.(t St. Paul J 4i.i 40,'.o) FORECAST OF THE WEATHER Promise of Warmer Weather Thurs day nnd Friday, with Raln or Snow Friday. WASHINGTON, Nov. lf.-Forecast: For Nebraska. North ard South Dakota and Kani.6 Fair and warmer Thursday, Friday warmer with rein or snow. ' For Iowa Fair Thursday and Friday; war.xer Friday. For Ili.iOls Fslr Thursdsy,. Increasing cloud,.ieu and warmer Friday; light, vari able winds. Fo- Mls.'ourl Fair Thurtday. Increasing cloudiness and warmer Friday. For Colorado and Wyoming Fair and warmer Thursday; rain or snow Friday. For Meutaua Winqei sad partly cloudy STRONG KIDNEYS MAKE STRONG MEN Thousands Have Weak Kidneys and Don't Even Suspect It. yVQ LIEUT. BAILV. (fl I was a constant of years with back sire to urinate day times with smarting but after usinpr Dr. I am entirely cured mend It to any who mon complaints. W. C. BAILT. sufferer for a number ache and frequent dem and night and some nnd burning sensation, Kilmer's Fwnmp-Ront and cheerfully recom stifTer from these corn Most truly yours, 2nd Lieut, of Police. Columbus, Ga. 7 SER6T. PERRY. ffj Weak and unhealthy kidneys are responsi ble for more sickness and suffering than any other disease, therefore, when through neglect or other causes, kidney trouble is permitted to continue, fatal results are sure to follow. We often see a relative, a friend or an ac quaintance apparently well, but in a few days we may be grieved to learn of their severe ill EDITORIAL NOTICE Swamp-Root has been tested In sio many ways, and has proven so successful In every case, that a special arrangement has been mado by which ail the readers of the Dal'y Bee who have not already tried It. may have a sample bottle sent absolutely free by mall. Also a book telling all about Swamp-Root, and containing many of the thousands upon thousands of testimonial letters received from men and women who owe their good health. In fact their very Uvea, to ths wonderful curative properties of Swamp-Root. In writing to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Blnghamton, N. T., be sure and mention that you read this generous offer in the Oman Dally Doe. ' SWamp-Root Is rlcasant to take, and It for salo at all drug stores, in bottles of two sire and two prices, fifty cents and one dollar. Don't make any nlstake, but remember the name, Swamp-Root, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, and .the address, Blnghamton, N.' T., on svery bottle. j Thursday, Know yln western portion: rain I or snow and warmer Friday. 1 Local Record, OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU, ' OMAHA, Nov. 18. Official record of tem perature and precipitation compared with the corresponding day of tl.c last three er'' mi. 1ST. t91. 0o Maximum temperature.... 27 35 M Minimum temperature.... 10 M 31 M Mean temperature 18 41 S3 ) Precipitation 00 T 00 .01 Record of temperature and precipitation at Omaha for this day and since March 1. 19t3 Normal temperature 32 Deficiency ror tne asy ' Total excess since March 1 .....96 Normal precipitation 03 inch Deficiency for the day 03 Inch Total rainfall since March 1... .31.96 Inches Excess since March 1 3.11 Inches Deficiency for cor. period, 1902.... 1.08 Inches Deficiency for cor. period, mi.... 6. Winches Report from Stations at T V. M. PS CONDITION OF THE WEATHER. : c : 9 Omaha, clear Valentine, clear North Plutte, clear Cheyenne, partly cloudy.... Bait Lake, cloudy Rapid City, clear Huron, e'ear Wllllaton, clear Chicago, clear St. Louis, clear St. Paul, clear Davenport, clear Kansas City, clear Havre, cloudy Helena, cloudy Bismarck, clear Galveston, clear 25 20 20 81 r." 4j I'M 2rt' IK 27 .... 2!.... 82i.... 2l!.... 341.... 201.... 241.... 14 .... Zi.... 2.... 15 ... . 221.... 26, 111 - 2 01.... 12! 46 4!.... T Indicates trace of precipitation. Indicates below aero. L. A. WELSH. Forecaster. Headache Cured nnd prevented, bj Dr. Miles' Anti-Pahs Pills, un equaled for neuralgia, tooth ache, Iwckaeha etc. No opiates. Non laxative. Never sold In bulk. Bend for free bonk on the cure of headache. 26 doses 2s cents. Sold and guaranteed by all drug gists. DH. MILES MEDICAL CO.. Elkhart. lad.. GOLDLN RILES of Health Eat Pure Food. Ureal he Pure Air. Wear Pure Wool. Of coursu there la Wool snd Wool, just as there Is meat end itmI; sr.d maximum benefits can only be de rived from the best. In Woolen I'nderwear there Is Hl'T ONE BEST, and Its name Is JAEGEP.. ALBERT CAHN Men's Furnisher State Agent 219 5. Mth St OflAHA. SHIRTS MADE TO MEASURE. PROMOTES 7TFP I Three ! i h. tl " '"rIK I suffering from What I supposed was rheumntlsm. I be came so bad that I could hardly get on mv reel rrom a sitting pot, it Ion. 1 lost In weight rrom one hundred and ninety-five to one hJndreci nd forty-five pounds. I tried dif ferent kinds of medicine, but received little or no help I hud no Idea mv kidnevs mere itff?'ted, however. I thought I would tnv Ir. Kl mer's Swamp-Root and see what the effect would be. I took It according to the directions and In a few days I felt that It wns helping me. I bought two more large bottles, acd they have completely cured me. , Mst sincerely vnurs. WM. M. PAHTCVl. New Haven, AdrilMin '"o.. Vf. I have used Swamp-Root, the linioiis kid ney, liver and bladder remedy. In my family with the most favorable results, and can cheerfully recommend It to the public as a reliable medicine. Respectfully vours, G. C. Gl'II.FORD. ' Policeman, Dothan, Ala. I have used Dr. Kilmer's Swsmp-Root for kidney trouble, with very gratifying re sults. I heartily recommend it to all people Buffering from any derangement of the kid neys, liver and bladder. Truly yours, R. V.. PERKY, ergent of Police, Columbus, Ga, Dr. Kilmer's Gwamp-Root, the great kld r.ey, liver and I Ladder remedy, has been t sed by my Tamlly; and they have found K to lie a treat 'medicine. We believe it HI I do all it Is recommended to do. and cheerfully recommend It to any olio affected with kidney or bladder troubles. Truly yours, S. J KM.ISON, 1st Sergeant of Police, Columbus, Ga, & 1 4.75 icaso and November Three fast trains to Chicago daily 700 a. n 4 p. m. and 8:05 p. n. Servico Is Burlington all tho way. mkwm LliLj A FAILING 18 AN INDICATION OF MENTAL DECAY. If you are a victim of Narva-Sasual nu bility, with all Its distressing symptoms, you certainly do not Intend to remain so. The fact that you have taken inferior rem edies to no avail should not destroy your faith In all treatment, nor your hope of a radical cure. During my long term of scientific study and practical experience, I have evolved a special treatment for Nervo-Sexual Debility (Impotency), that la uniformly successful In cases where suc cess was before by'other doctors deemed Impossible. It does not stimulate tempora rily, but restores permanently. It allays the Irritation of the delicate tissues sur rounding the lax and unduly expanded aemlnal duels, contracting them to tholr normal condition, which stops night emis sions, dries up day drains and prevents preinatureness. It tones up and strength ens the blood vessels that carry nourish ment to the weakened parts, which regain full power, sise snd vigor. Meanwhile sll other symptoms Improve, end the patient realises that a great blight has been lifted irom nis lire. "We make a salsleadln stat essenta "er an smslnessllke repeal Hon to the nfflleted, neither do wn arontlse n rare In u few days nrder to aecare tbelr natren nsje, bnf we nnarantee nerfeee, safe and lasting rare In tne ejnlekest unsslble time, wltfeent leaving Injnrtons nfter-eCeets In tke system, and nt tbe lowest possible east for honest, sklllfnl nnd eneeess fal ervlees. Will t I RE dUCKLY, liKELY AND THOHOl GHLT STRICTURE, VARICOCELE, NERVO-SEXUAL DEBILITY. ETO$. SIONS, IMPOTENCY. BLOOD POISON. (SYPHILIS) RECTAL, KIDNEY AND URINARY DISEASES. and diseases and wesknesres due to Inheritance, evil habits, excesses or tke result of specific diseases. CONSULTATION r-TL1TSi State Eloctro-Modical Institute n I30R Wmrnmn btreot. Between IStrt 1 f r , CHIEF K YNOli I cheerfully recommend and endorse thf Great Remedy. Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root for kidney trouble and bad liver. 1 hat 4 used It and derived great benefit from la I beMeve It has cured me entirely of kMnei and liver trouble, from which I suffered terribly. Most gretefully yours, A. REYNOLDS, Chief of Police. Columbus, On. '' - $SERG 7 ELLISON, inj ness, or sudden doath, caused by that fatal type of kidney trouble Bright's Disease. The mild and extraordinary effect of the world-famous kidney, liver and bladder remedy, Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-lioot, is soon realized. It stands the highest for its wonderful cures of the most distressing cases. A trial will convince anyone. rsf" 28, 29, 3D. Eieturn Tickets, 1502 Farnam Street. MEMORY and lAtrt Btrt. OmK. Nob. I I WILL Cu12'7oJ