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TIIE OMAHA DAILY DEE: RATUHDAY, JANUARY 0, 1904.
MEET TO CALL CONVENTION ibliMa Bu;. Coxititte u Ut Be. fioa is Liters lunar 20. STARTS THE TALK OF HAT IS TO BE DONE fteatlneat DlTiaea ao te Whether c Tw, ceaeeatleae Saeala Be Held a ad Alu Laeatloa. ' (From a Piatt" Correspondent.) 1,'tNCOLN. Jan. Special.) Secretary Allen of the republican state committee Uils afternon mailed out notice lor a meet ing of the, cute committee at the head quart era In the Lindeli hotel January The. meeting will be called In the afternoon and lt purpose will be to st a dote for the holding of a male convention to nomi nate a state ticket and select delegates to the national convention. The question of whether one or two conventions will be held will of course have to be decided. This question hs received some attention ml the hand of the party "d apparently there I still a great Oifferenoe of opinion. Should two convention be decided upon it la likely that one will be called the latter part of February or before the Kansas convention. In order that this state would be the first to climb In the Roosevelt band wagon. Should this come to pas the con vention to nominate a state ticket would in all probability be delayed until August. However, thera are those who believe that one convention will be sufficient and the proper time to hold it 1 in the first days of May. At th committee meetings there probably will be considerable discussion on this question. In the meantime the Impression Is gen eral hera that the headquarter will be removed to Omaha during the campaign. And there Is some talk that the "convention also will go to Omaha. Lincoln, however, will not give up the convention without a fight and it may be that Omaha will have to offer good Inducements to tear it away from here. Already thera is talk of a chairman for the state committee because it Is the gen eral Impression that Chairman LJndsay can have If he desires It the clerkship of the supreme court. The most talked of man for Lindsay's place Just at this time Is Representative Burgess, member of the lata legislature. Promoters have already Started a campaign for him. The agitation of the social evil started here soma weeks ago by the Ministerial association and kept rolling by Rev. Byron Beall and Rer. Ratten, who has been In Lincoln about three month, has reached that stage where a good many people of Unoo'a believe that more harm haa been done by the ministers than any good that they can ever accomplish ht the reforms- tlon line. Aa a consequence of the visit of Rev. Beall to the women of the reserva tion and the visit of Rev. Batten to the police court, a complete directory of tha location of the houses la the bad lands has bee published and people who never before knew that Unooln had a reserva tion hare had the fact brought to their attention morning. Boon and night In ool tirana of reading matter dlahed up by the minister who pretend to be trying to reform the town. As a matter of fact, no town In the Country has Its reservation under better control and aa free from notorious char acters than has Litneotn, This haa been accomplished by hard and persevering work on the part of the police -department. back y Polloe Judge COBgrave,' who tests up Jell sentence Instead cf fines. By this means he has rid the town of thoae men and women who make up the polloe court grist. It Is even said there are member of the ministerial associa tion that ars' sorry they began ths work of reformation. One of the women whom a minister had called upon to learn of the conditions In the bad lands sent him word that It would be far better for him to reform hla own church members In stead of calling attention to the women of the half world, who at least, whatever else may be said of them, attend to their own business. The Rev. Beall Intends to preach a sermon to the women January M. Delegate ta Csari Convention. The military board met last night and adopted a resolution to present to Gov ernor Mickey recommending that he ap point General Barry, Colonel Talbot of the JTlrst regiment and Colonel McDonnell of BALD HEADS COVERED V3IiijiiiRa!r2:iCnistd Safps Ctaed ul FUflel ty cuncuRA SOAP Issisfc! ty light Dressings cf Ccticcra,th8 Great Stic Cote. Title treatment at once stops faQtsf Mt, re moves crosta, scale and dan iraJr, destroys aair parasites, soothes Irritated, tehtof sarfacea, stimulate the hair ftfUclea, loosens the scalp skin, applies the roots with enerrv and Boar tab, meat, and makes the hair grow epos. s sweet wboUeomo. healthy scalp woes aU else faOa. Millions mow re?y on Cnttcnra Soap, asisted by Coticsra Ointment, the freal akia core, for preaerring, purify, tog and beaaUfrtnf Ute skin, for cleans Ins; the ealp of crusts, scales and caa draff, and the stopping of falling hair, for softening;, w LI tea lax and soothing red, rough end sore hands, for baby rashes, ttclunj and chafing, for aanoylug lrriieil ua, or too ftee or offensive perspiration, for ulcerative weaknesses, and many sanative, anti septic purposes which readily ear rest themselves, a wall as for ail the pur poses of the toilet and nurse it. Complete treatment for every k amour, cooaiatiag of CoUcura Soap, to cleanse the skin, Cotieura Oin latent, to heal the akin, aud Cotieura Keeolrent fUla. to cool and cleanse the blood, may now be had for oae dollar. A single set is oftes sufBcieat to care the moat tortur ing, drkflpwrtng. Itching, barnlsg and scaly hamoure, eoreo.a. rashes and lrriieUoes. front Infancy to age, wUea all else fail. . rmi wm a-v s the Second regiment and one other person whom the governor eaw fit, to represent the Nebraska National Guard at the inter- late guard meeting to be held at Jackson ville, Fla.. in January. General Culver Is an e -officio delegate. Paaeral of General Vlfeeala. Military funeral services will be held ver the remains of General Victor Vlfqualn t 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon from 8t. Theresa pro cathedral. In the morning high mass will be celebrated, and In the after noon Father Ptrltch of Crelghton univer sity will deliver the sermon. General Barry ha charge of the military arrangements and has outlined hi march and those who ure to take part ill the parade. This will form on Thirteenth and M streets, resting on M, and march to the home of th- deceased at Seventeenth and M. In order: Band, funeral escort. Con-p. . Second regiment; governor' staff, i . Army of the Republic, officer and n.. of the Spanish-American wsr. Nations! Guard, civic organizations. The parade will leave the house In this order: Band, funeral escort. Company P. Second regiment: clergy, hearse. General Vlfqualn's hore, with empty saddle, lead by groom: pallbearers, mourners, governors staff, Grand Army of the Republic, soldiers of the Spanish-American war. National Guard. civic organizatlona The parade will march to a point on O street, where car will be taken for St. Theresa cemetery. The office of Adjutant General Culver 1 draped with mourning In honor of the ded soldier and In every quarter of the city there Is shown evidences of the high esteem In which General Vlfqualn waa held. Gov ernor Mickey said of him: I knew General Vlfqualn well and ad mired him for his soldierly qualities. He wa the soul of honor, and an Ideal clttsen. His many achievements have added glow ing pages to the history of the common wealth. He was a pioneer, with the sturdy spirit of the pioneer, and be possessed withal the heart and manner of a true gentleman. There is not a person who knew him who does not feel regret that be has passed away." Old Reslaeat Dies. I B. Treeman, aged 72 year, an old-time resident of Lincoln, died some time during the night, presumably of heart disease. He waa found dead In bed thia morning. He leave three daughters and one son. Mr. Treeman waa originally from New fork, and came to Lincoln about thirty-five years ago, where he haa engaged at various times In the Insurance and real eatate busi ness. He had been ailing for some time. mougn Ms OL-ath waa unexpected. Reoeevelt (ilk Meeting;. Chairman Gere of the executive commit tee of the Roosevelt club has called a meet ing; of the cooimjttee for 7JU Saturday evening at the Lindell hotel. The executive committee la composed of those who signed toe call for the Roosevelt meeting. Bapreme Coart Call. These cases will be called for hearins January 19, 1&H. jn ths supreme court of Nebraska: Farnam against Lincoln. Lancaster: Hnm Maoism ; iune against date. Butler: Panue uauinst Panne Moise against Krug, Douglas: Shaw again! riuwum juuiuat Accident association. Jonnnon; Peun against Trotnpen, Lancaa- ii , uiwuiiip agajnst enea, lancaMer McHJbbln against Day. Lancaster: Prtt Schau aaailist Rice hrothera Sowum- Trumbull against Trumbull, Kearney; W eeii funn imcaao hi. fkuL MlnnHtwli A ojiiu cuuiway company, uougl&s; V In nett against Adams, Lancaster; Gordon against Omaha, Douglas; Tlndall against Peterson, Kearney; Bonacum against Mur- pny. Brwara; naisn against Dillon. Kear ney: Cady against tsher. Fillmore; Wlg- Eiwiurn against r itageraio, Lancaster ncoln Suid)v oomoanv ualntt Clrva Lancaster; Myer against rlrst Nationil bank. Plattsmouth. Cass: MrOimirk H M. Co, aralnst Brown. Clav: Peter ajralnat Peter. Lancastari Vlllaae of Grant aaalnat Bherrlll, Perkins; Perrln against Knight T. and Masons L. Indemnity company, Jeffer son; General Assembly of A. B. A. against Kremencbuck. Hall: Panne against Panne. Caaa; Bradley sc Co. against Basta, Colfax: uoaea against iauugge, tiutier: BU-mm against Van Camp. Douglas; Commercial National bank. Onvaha, againat Grant, Douglas; Holmes sgainst Seaman. Douglas; ieison against Met nros. Brewing to.. Tln...l.a U'.-J-ll I . XI 1 I I T. ' lngton; Do wart against Ball, Saline; Bianke j ea ana t'onee t o. against T rade Exhibit Co., Douglas; Wells hgalnst Ha user. Cus ter; Gaffe jr againat Northwestern Mutual l-i I e insurance company. Lancaster: Ed ire against Edae, Lancaster; Dubois against Martin, Lancaster: Martin against Abbott, Lancaster: Union Pacific Railway company against Smith. Greeley; Kitchen Brothers Hotel company against Dixon, Douglas; Peters against Fisher, Antelope; Anderson against Clark et al., Custer; State ex reL Dunn against Moo re a, original. The following cases will be called for ar gument before the court on motion for re hearing: Mitchell aralnst Clav county. Clav: Omaha. Bridge aV Terminal Railway com pany against Whitney, Douglas; Clasen against Pruhs. Lancaster; Holmes against Columbia National bank, Lincoln, Lancas ter. This case will be railed for further argu ment before commission No. S: Baldridae against Coffman, Lancaster. TRIES THREATS ON STOCKMAN Back Place aa Directed aa Man Who Cwsaea far It Pat later Arrest. SHELTON. Nab., Jan. a Special Tele- gram.VLaat Friday George Meianer. the largest stock feeder and president of the Melsntr's bank, received a letter which had been mailed at Gibbon telling him to on January T leave hie home, one mile north of Shelton. at I JO p. m. and proceed to a point two milee northwest and leave at the root of a large tree a sack well cov ered with leaves and grass, tha sack to. have ttioO In money in it. He wee also to have a lantern on the front end of his buggy and to be alone and unarmed, and unlena he did this on said evening he would be killed, last evening being the date set. Mr. Metsner accordingly went to the place designated and left the money, as re-, quested, and parties were posted all night to watch the place, but no one came for the treasure. All day today watchers have been on the alert and about half of the afternoon had passed when a man came down the road In a buggy, stopped opposite the place where the money was hidden, got out. looked all around as If to see If any one was looking snd went over to the tree, dug out the sack. Immediately got Into the buggy and drove away. Partiee watching followed and the man soon turned and aent borne. He waa followed and on ar riving at the place, William St. John was found to be the man who had gotten the sack. He was brought to town by Deputies O. H. Crumley snd A. F. Bills and Deputy Sheriff Bftmmor. having started for Kear ney, wn telephoned for and returned, and has tonight left with the prisoner for Kear ney, where he will be lodged in Jail over night and tomorrow taken to Omaha to answer before the grand Jury for sending threatening letters through the malls. St. John haa been a farmer near Gibbon and ,tid filace for a number of years, and has been known a a peaceable eltisen, and has a aife and Ave children. Eaaladiaa Usi Threateaa I.lfe. CENTER, Neb.. Jan. I (Special -Wht might have been s most serious fire oc curred here last night. Mrs. B. N 8aUB. dera. wife of the clerk of the district court was coming down the rtslrs of their home with a lighted lamp In her hand, when sh stumbled and fMl. causing the lamp to ex plode. Her clothing and the carpets Im mediately ignited aad eoe raa screaming to the barn, where her husband waa at work Mr. Saunders, hearing her ecreama. ran to her and with rare presence of mind threw the burning woman to the ground, smo' hir ing the fire anth his own body. Neighbors sous arrived and with hand grenade TIIE ILLUSTRATED DEE rvlD YOU EVER NOTE THE I differerioa between Tha Illus trated Bee and the so-called uiagazine supplements" put out ly rival newspHiKT It Is a eonipar ison The Bee cheerfully invites, for an Inspection t.f this sort invariably results in niakins a new and fast friend for The Illustrated Bee. It i given the best of utieutU.n each week, is always clean and bright, its contents being selected for the double purjK.se if aflordlng that w hich U of real value to the reader as well as dl ertlHement for a day of rest. In the matter of illustra tions The Bee lins always led, none f Its ct)in;etitors ever obtaining results that equaled in any respects those attained by The Bee. CAM C. CAEPENTER'S HEW SERIES of letters begins In the number that conies out Sunday. In this series Mr. Carjnter wiil give In terviews w ith leading men of Amer ica on modern diiy questions. His rirrt is with Setmtor M. A. Hnnna on the relations of labor mid capital and some phases of the trust ques tion. Other illustrated articles In the nunilier deal with topics of gen eral Interest. "The Tearless Chil dren of Japan" tells of the stole In difference to pain and disappoint ment and the keen appreciation of Joy of the little ones of the mikado's empire; "The Palmy Iiays of the Bight Whale" gives some account of the time when Bedford was really on the map; "The Water Link Between the East and the West" tells of the transfer of trains from New Jersey to Connecticut without running through New York : "King of Water Hports" is alKut ekating. and Is illustrated from photos made by a staff artist at Cut Off lake where Omaha folks mostly go to skate. A fine portrait of Brigadier General Theodore 3. Yint. IT. S. A-, the new commander of the Department of the Missouri, is used for a frontispiece, and with it is a oner Diogrnpnicai sketch or this splendid soldier. Other inter esting pictures will be found in the number. REGULAR FEATURES OF THE PAPER include another installment of Hie new serial, "The Diamond Der elict," which promises to te one of the most absorbing serials pub lished in The Bee in a long time; a splendid short story by Guy de Mauiwssant; the Illustrated Wom an's Department, short love stories, funny things that happen in real life, gleanings from the field of electricity, and the usual showing of short selected miscellany, chatty comment, gossipy stories, and all that bas contributed In the past to the success of The Illustrated Bee, If you are not now a subscriber you should leave your order with your newsdealer today. TIIE ILLUSTRATED BEE Quenched the fire tn the house. Mrs. Saun ders waa severely burned about the body, but Mr. Saunders' prompt action raved her face and life. He was severely burned on his right hand. Xew Wrecker Craae. PLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Jan. I (Special.) The Burlington has just purchased for Its use west of the Missouri river a modern steel wrecking crane, which i said to be the latest and beat specimen of mechanical art and workmanship known, for the sum of IlLBod. The new machine is able to handle the largest freight car on the sys tem, as well aa the monster freight and passenger engines. The old wooden wrecker, which haa seen much service for a number of rears, had to be handled with an engine, but the improved one will move Itself. Xeweaaaers Ceesolldate. Bt'RWELL. Neb.. Jan. 1 (Special. ) The Burwell Tribune ha purchased the Burwell Blade and comes out this week tn a consolidated form. This leaves Bur w;ll with but one paper, a republican paper owned and edited by W. Z. Todd. The Blade waa started a few months ago a a rival sheet, but haa been ehort lived. OMetal Cheeses la Jehasea. TECUMSEH. Neb.. Jan. I. (SpecleO The change in the officer of Johnson county wa made yesterday. W. W. Whratley, republican, succeeds himself as county treasurer; C, J. Canon, fusion. Can You Get Half Fun OUT OF Coffee That you ran from eTen one day f the joy of fe-llng perfectly well? The world is bright peojlr kind, and thinge go rijrht alien you are five from the alia that coffee set up. Ton't believe It," aome one taya. Try leaving off ruffe and usin Poa tum in It place fur a week or 10 daya. It may open your eyee to a fart that will keep you well. "THERE'S A REASOX." Look for the miniature book, "The R03d to Wellville," la each pack ax of i 'oal.ua. succeed himself as dark) Jamea Living stone, republican, eucoeeds himself as Judge; W. H. Cummlngs, republican, suc ceeds himself IB sheriff: V". A. Campbell, republican, succeeds John Ward, republi can, as clerk of the district court; B. K. Dill, republican, succeeds R. F. Adklna, republican, aa superintendent of public in struction; W. H. Abbott, republican, suc ceeds L,. M. Davis, republican, as county commissioner, and J. M. Purr ess, repub lican. Is sworn In aa assessor. WARRANT FOR PROF. JONES taeat at Cataer t'nlverslty Charges Hla erltk Crooked Fiaaa elal Deal. HUMBOLDT, Neb., Jan. S Speclsl Tel egram.) R. C. Gable, deputy sheriff of Lan caster county, arrived In the city this afternoon and took In charge Prof. Howard H. Jones on a warrant tor obtaining money under false pretense. The complainant Is Dr. Wolford. a student at the Cotner uni versity, and the defendant will have a hearing tomorrow before Justice Riser of the capital city. Wolford claims Jones, who until a few months ago was an In structor In the Cotner university, borrowed from him the sum of fT50, at the same time representing that he was possessed of a piece of property at Bethany which was worth about H.500 and which was clear of Indebtedness. Later, the lender says, he learned that there was a mortgage of CM against the property In question and he asserts that had he known this at the time application for a loan was made to him he would have refused to make the loan on Jones' personal note without security. Prof. Jones was seen shortly after hlr ar rest and he does not seem to be particu larly worried over the matter, although It Is of course the source of considerable an noyance to be dragged around the country In his present state of health, which has been so poor that he was recently com pelled to abandon his school work at the university. He says there was nothing wrong about the deal. He simply borrowed the money from Wolford, who was a friend, and later when he was compelled to abandon his work and aas consequently unable to settle the indebtedness he wa subjected to frequent demands from Wol ford, who threatened his arrest If the fuods were not forthcoming. Prof. Jones Is about 40 year old and has been raised from boyhood In this section, his parents being pioneer residents of the county. The family stands high in the estimation of all th people. ATTEMPTS TO ASSAULT GIRLS Straager Ran Doiti by Neighbors and Places la the Papll lloa Jail. PAPILLION, Neb., Jan. 8. 8nedal.) Great excitement prevails here tonight over the attempted assault of three 7-yt-ar-eld girls by a stranger who gives his name as Charles Gahlc. The man is In jail and while no viofcmce ia anticipated, the com munity is greatly disturbed. About 4:30 this afternoon the three little girls, daughters of Sam Brown. C H- Geh rlnger and W. H. Alden, on their way home from school, were accosted by a stranger 'ho made Improper proposals to them. Frightened, they ran and screamed, and their cries attracted Messrs. Brown and Oehrlnger, who were at work in a field nearby. The scene was only half a mile from town and soon a number of men had Joined in pursuit of the culprit, who in the excitement of the moment, had fled. Finally the man was located In a cornfield and taken captive. At first he attempted to escape again, but found this Impossible against snch great odds. He wa poel- ! tlvely Identified by the three children, but , still persisted In protesting his innocence. 1 He wss landed In Jail and will be given a hearing tomorrow. The fellow gave hla name as Charles Gahle. When asked why If he was Innocent he ran. Gahle said: "I could whip the whole crowd, but when I saw they had guns I decided the best thing to do would be to get away If pos sible." Sot Satisfied with Depot. FREMONT. Neb., Jan. .. (Special) The new Vnion depot will not be opened to the public thla week, a aas expected. The contractors have their work finished and are ready to turn It over, but the railroad companies are not satisfied with 1U Gen eral Baggage Agent Traynor of the fnlon Pacific was here yesterday to attend to the transfer of the baggage department of his mad to the new building, but received no tice from the company to do nothing until further order. A number of officials of both road inspected the building yesterday and it may be some time yet before it is used. Wherein the work wa defective they did not say. - Coaaty Ulcers lastallea. NEBRASKA CITT. Neb., Jan. 8. (Spe cial.) The county officer elected at th last election were sworn in at the courthouse today, the new ones being: Judge, If. C. Joyce; county assessor. Grant Zlmmers; clerk of the district court, Elmer FMnnlgan; commissioner. Third district, 1 E. Jones. All the other county officer elected last year succeed themselves. County Commis sioner Charles Dorman. just retired, was today presented with a rocker by the of ficer at the courthouse. Haa a Caadldate. NEBRASKA CITT. Neb.. Jan. a (Spe cial.) At a meeting of the fire department last night it waa decided to send six dele gate to the state convention of the volun teer firemen, which convene in Fremont January li. The delegate from thla place wiil try to secure the election of Mike Bauer of this city as president of the as sociation. Mr. Bauer la at the present time vice president of the organisation and la the oldest volunteer fireman In the etate In point of service. Teeaasseh Mmm Earases, TECUM PEH, Neb.. Ja. (.(Special.) John Stollard of thla city has received word from his son. Bert Stollard. that the latter wa In the wreck on the Rock Island near Topeka, Kan., Wednesday. Mr. Stollard U a fireman and wa firing on the passenger. He jumped in time to save his life, but waa terribly ahaken and sus tained an injury to one of his anna ' Jelet -lastallatloa. 1 NEBRASKA CITT. Neb.. Jan. (. (Spe cial) Nebraska City lodge No. 1, tribe No. 25, Independent Order of Red Men. and the lodge of Pocohontaa last night held a Joint Installation of offker at the Inde pendent Order of Odd Fellow' hall, after which aa elaborate banquet wa served at th Woodmen of the World hall. Orders S aerial Cars Ballt. NEBRASKA CITT. Neb.. Jan. (.(Spe cial.) The Morton-Gregson Packing com pany is storing ice for use next aeaaosi The Ice' la about fourteen inchee thick and of good quality. Thla company la also hav ing fifty refrigerator car built especially for lie use. Partlea Divide Offleea. Bt'RWELL, Neb.. Jan. (.(Special.) The new county officer assumed their place yewterday. The eoiroty 1 divided about equally between the populists and republicans. The county board ia con trolled by the fuaionista A raaally Daetar Baal rrea with avers inc. UiUl ef Omega Ok) ' WILL STOP FLOCEMASTERS Bhesp Ownen of Wyoming Is Ligal EttUi 0m Sew Trail Bole. CONVERSE COUNTY CBJLCTS TO NATRONA Ash Coart to Eajela Animals la Dis trict la feeted 'with Scabies frees Gelag Threat h I nleteeted Districts. DOUGLAS, Wyo.. Jan. S (Special ) Threatening to cross the Converse county lir, with their sheep In violation tif the rules and regulations of the State Board of Fhep Commissioners, the Natrona county flockmaster will be stopped by writs of injunction. The Eastern Wyorair.g Wool Grower' association met Jesterday and In rtructcd its cfflcers to wear out these writ, and this has been done. The first Natmna county flockmaster, or any other sheepowner, driving flock into Converse county from Natrona county will be ar rested and the matter will be fought out In the courts. There Is a division of opinion as to the right of the sheep board to enact laws that will prevent the trailing of sheep from one county Into another, but as the statutes give tha board power to enact laws to eradicate scabies and ether Infectious dis eases, and as the quarantining of one county that Is clean agnlnst another that la diseased Is only one wsy of stamping out the Infection. It Is believed the courts will stand by the state board. Coaverse Ceaaty Declared Clean. Converse county haa been declared clean and Natrona county Is still regarded a an Infected county, consequently the Converse sheepmen are averse to admitting Natrona county flocks and run the risk of having their own sheep infected. On the other hand the Natrona county owners claim that they have winter range in Converse county anO that unless they are permitted to use It there will be much suffering among thefr flocks. Both sides are gathering evidence and getting ready for the legal battle that seems Inevitable. In Weston county the same condition exist as in Converse county. Weston ha been declared clean and yet the fiockmas ters of Johnson county, which Is still re garded as an Infected locality, are prepar ing to Invade the clean domain In Weston. Attorney Camplin of Sheridan Is represent ing the flockmasters of Weston county and he Is preparing to make a hard f.pht for his clients anS in support of the rulings of the State Board of Sheep Commissioner. MRS. MART GRECOUCH Of Phlllpsbarg, Montana. Tell How She Waa Cared of Daadraff. Mrs. Mary Gregovlch of rhllipsburg. Mont., under date of November 26. 3SS3, writes: "I had typhoid fever thla summer, consequently was losing my hair terribly and my head In places waa perfectly bald. Newbro's Herplclde had Just come Into use tn rhtllpsburg and the doctor strongly recommended It to me. After S or 4 appli cations my hair stopped falling out and Is coming In again quite thick. I used to be troubled greatly with dandruff, of which I am now quite cured." 1C111 the dandruff germ with Herriolde. Sold by leading drug gists. Send 10c In stamp for sample to The Herplclde Co.. Detroit. Mich. Sherman ft McConnell Drug Co., special agent. Ttfw officers In Sarpy Coaaty. PAPILLION. Neb., Jan. . (Special.) County officers of Barpy county today took charge, ae follows: Judge, J. R. Wilson, re elected; treasurer, A. K. Morrtson. vice P. D. McConnlck; clerk, P. D. MeCormick. vice Charles Behrendt; sheriff. E. C. Mc Eroy, re-elected; surveyor, H. D. Patterson, re-elected; coroner, R. B. Armstrong, vice A. L. Hamilton; superintendent. O. P. Miller, re-elected; clerk of district court, L H. McDanlel; assessor, H. Gottah. Those who cough at night may sesure rest by taking Plso's Cure. AU druggists. He per bottle. Aadltorlara Restaarant. Watch far ths opening of the Auditorium Restaurant. T.16 South rifteenth stieet. January 15. It will 1 be the finest restaurant In the world. The finest furnished room for traveling men and other. The f,nt barber shop. Douglas Printing Co.. 1X8 Howard. Tel G44. Aeeldeat Dassaaes Mill. TECt'WSEH. Neb., Jan. 8. ( Special. ) A cylinder head of the engine at the Wirt mill blew out last night and damaged the er.gine-room somewhat. ' Engineer Jamea Jones wa not near the machine when the accident happened. The mill 1 shut down awaiting repair. Tobacco Heart may be cured. Don't neglect yonr sjtd. torn. Dr. Miles' Heart Care Is a great heart and blood tonic about which you will learn a great deal and also about heart trouble ly sending postal for free book on diseases of the heart and nerves. IjH. UILES MEDICAL. CO. Elkhart. Iaa. Saturday, WE WILL SELL ANYTHING IN THE STORE AT A DISCOUNT. 'JlA r-rl T" 1 f Bath Robes, Smoking: Tackeis, pCI on Furnishing J Suit Cases, Underwear Gloves, Cetlt Off Goods and Hats Hm're,lasv,s$t Pafe?MSfc vr. j Hosier,, Mulflcrs, Ties, Etc All Jo Business Suits ... $15.22 All Overcoats S 20.22 All ill Rain Coats (for men and women) S 20.22 All Odd Trousers 331 Per Cent Off FOR CASH ONLY Everything in the store is included in this sale at a discount absolutely no reservations excepting Knox Hats, collars, cuffs and E fir W, Shirts, WE NEED THE ROOM, IELLEY, Store Open Until 9:30 Saturday tur'rg THREE LOTS of children's pants and draw ers in odd sizes and ladies' vest, slightly soiled. 1ST LOT Children's white larub'n wool pants nml draw O) C era and natural half wool, regular, 6Tc, 7,"c poods, at . 2ND LOT Children's natural pray pants and drawers in larpcr isizes, also white lamb's wool repular 85c and' $1.00 poods, 31U) LOT Ladies' all wool vest, hiph neck, short sleeves, repular $1.23 parment, now Our Great Januzry Discount Sale Continued. Special Offerings for Saturday. 50 Per Cent Discount-Just One-Half Regular Price For any waipt on hand. All our colored Filk waists repular ?12.00 value $6.00 All our black silk waists repular fo.00 value at 2.50 All our flannel waists repular $4.00 value- at 2.00 All our mercerized cotton waists repular $1.50 to $3.00 valuer at just half price. Our Annual Discount Sale on Winter Good;. 20 PER CENT DISCOUNT On all our black and colored dress poods. . On all our men's, women's and children's winter underwear. On all our blankets, flannels and comfortables. On all our flannel dressing sacks, lounping robes, flannel night gowns, etc. , On all our cashmere and wool hosiery. Please note that in our winter underwear sale of 20 TEi: CENT DISCOUNT We include the celebrated MCXS1XG UNION SUITS, also the Sterling Union Suits, noted as the finest and best fitting under wear manufactured. Men's, women's and children's in blue and natural colors. No reserves. Silk Petticoats and Mercerized Cotton Petticoats An Important Offering 2D Per Cent Discount Clearance Sale of ftusiin Undervrsar Our entire stock comprising uijrht gowns, chemise, corset cov ers, drawers and skirts, at a discount of 10 jer cent from prices that have already been preatlv reduced. Sirk end' cotton petticoats. 33 i-3 Per Gent Discount On our entire stock of ladies' man tailored suits. . On our entire stock of ladies' long coats ard jack?ts. 1 On our entire stock of ladies' walking rkirts."' On our entire stock of ladicR separate dress ekirte. On our entire stock of children's and misses' lonpf coats end jackets O-i our entire stock of firs, !on scarf?, muT, etc. Gorner Farnam and January 9th, thesLast Day l417?Farnan-St. Omaha. ST Gu! & C pants and drawers, C at. natural and cream, a,-r1. Fifteenth Street s a,iMfciueC-.ai r M 1 .4 :l