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TITE OMAITA DAILY DEK: WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 20. 1001.
.1 1 I II i if kMME. YALE'S GENEROSITY it. - 9 aw BttHV Yale's part is most commendable and has met with prompt re sponse from the ladies who know the true value of the Yale Reme dies. We are pleased to note how many thousands are taking ad vantage of this rare opportunity of supplying themselves with Kkin Fowl. This much coveted article is all and more than what is claimed for it, therefore it is an important adjunct to every wo man's toilet table, as well as a necessary factor in obliterating from the countenance the marks of time. MME. YALE'S REMEDIES We have been Mmr, Yale's Omaha agents for a great number of years and can truthfnlly nay the sale on her Roods, which has been phenomenal, Is constantly on the Increase, and we hear nothing but praise from thos who use them. Mme. Tale Is unquestionably the greatest living authority on woman's beauty, therefore her remedies can be relied upon to do all that In claimed for them. We are pleased to eoomsnend them to our patrons and friends. MAIL ORDERS We shall fill all mall orders this week In accordance with the above offer by giv ing a jar of Skin Food free with each SOo purchase of any of Mme. Yale's Remedies. Mme. Yale's Hair Tonic. MMK. YALE'S HAIR TONIC 1 a standard srtlcle, absolutely reliable for curing liHlr and scaly affections. We sell more of it than we ran estimate at short no- Ice. Three sizes. 26c, 60c, It; our prices: 25c, 45c and 80c Mme. Yale's Beautifying Remedies MME. TALE'S BKIN FOOD for nourish ing the skin and obliterating wrinkles. Two sizes, 11.50 and $3.0o our prices, $1.25 and $2.50 MME TALE'S ALMOND BLOSSOM COM PLEXION CREAM for cleansing, healing, enhancing and preserving beauty, nothing like it. Price tl.oo fan. our price Ov MME. YALE'S COMPLEXION BLEACH for cleansing the skin of blem- Cl 7C Ishes. Price, 12.00 our price ....'- MME. YALE'S ELIXIR OF BEAUTY for protecting the skin from sunburn and the Inclemency of the weather 4t makes the skin naturally white, gives the com plexion brilliancy. Price $1.00 Qnr our price OWV MME. YALE'S BLUSH OF YOUTH for softening the expression It tones the facial nerves, gives pliancy to the mus cles and elasticity to the skin. SfiO Eft Price. 13.00 our price ..." POV MME. YALE'S LA FRECKLA. a speedy relief for sun freckles. It completely ob literates them from the skin, leaving It soft, white and beautiful. Rflr rice. 11.00 our price OVW MMK. YALE'S SPECIAL OINTMENT AND SPECIAL LOTION, a combined treatment for curing any form of erup tive skin disease. It kills the - germ 'of rtnmuwH hv msklnrTh ekln etrneure heslthy and active. Price, 11.00 fl(n ..oh nil nrl. OVW MMK). YALE'S HAND WHITEN KR. Price. $1.00 our price 80c MME TALK'S MAOICAL SECRET FOR SOFTEN1NO HAPD WATER. It Is one of the greatest known toilet luxuries, delicately fragrant as a bouquet of chn'ee flowers. Price $160 CI 2 our price jpi.aSO Drug Department, Boston Store, Omaha Agents. STUDENT SEVERELY BEATEN Assaulted by Man Wki Ihoeti anal Mlssee and Then Vsee Bott of Hla Revolver. HASTINGS, Neb., Jan. 10. (Special Te'e trrajn.) James Barton, a atudent of Has tings, college whose home Is at Ayr, was tonight the victim of a vicious assault. In company with two younger students Barton was walking to his room from tha college atnpus "after supper. The trio met two men and a dog. The dog made as if to bite Barton and the young man kicked at him. This angered the owner of the dog, who rushed upon the student. A sharp flstlo encounter followed and Barton was getting the better of It when his opponent drew a revolver and fired at the student's head. The shot missed and the man began to pommel Barton over the head with the re volver, continuing the attack until the young man fell on the sidewalk Insensible. His companions, mere boys, went to give the alarm and assistance came, but not until the assailants had escaped. Medical examination showed test Barton' scalp bad been severely wounded. The police have do clue to the Identity of bis assail ants. Dana-ereasly Hnrt la Rannway. NORFOLK, Neb.. Jsn. ll.-8pecial.)-Alvln, Low, one of the most prominent Stockmen In northern Nebraska and a pio neer settler of Norfolk. Is In a very critical rondltlon at his home near the city as the result of a disastrous runaway. Driving borne Mr. Low s horse became frightened end overturned his carriage down a deep embankment which lay near the approach to a railroad crowing. He was dragged for oma distance and rendered unconscious. A train whistled by and made the animal frantic, but the reins were wrapped about the unconscious driver's hands. Three libs were brokon and torn from the collarbone. Ills lung's were hurt, too, and he haa been unable to lie down for several days. Valley Coanty Assessors. ORD. Neb., Jan. IS. (Special.) The ap pointment of deputy county assessors by the county assessor has been mad a and the same was promptly approved by the county board. The lltt with the township whlcb they have been selected to assess Is as fol lows: Nobis, Ed Flnley; Elyrla, A. N. Brain work clear and clean on "Grape-Nuts wThrro's a Rtsson" Oet the little book. "The Road to Weilvllle' In each package. SKIN FOOD FREE We nre pleased to announce that we will have a special sale on Mnie. Yale's Remedies tbi entire week. Every day until Baturday nicht we shall give with each 80-cent purchase of any of Mme, Yale's preparations a large jar of Mme. Yale's Skin Food (sample size), value one dollar. This generosity on Mme. MME. TALE'S VIOLET TALCUM IHn POWDER. Price, 16c our price ... ""w MME. TALE'S COMPLEXION tl f SOAP. Price. 26c our Dries WW MME. TALE'S COMPLEXION POWDER. Price. 60c our price 40c MME. TALE'S CORN CURE Do not suf fer another day with corns. Mme. Yale's Corn Cure makes quick work of them, Use It and enjoy the com- OHn fort of sound feet. 26o our price. asvfW Yale Health Remedies. MME. YALE'S FRUIT CURA, a strength ening tonic for women, a cure for er tain organic ailments. The wonderful cures; effected by It testify to Its great merit. Price, $1.00 HOr one nrim OVJW MME. YALE'S FERTILIZER TABLET fw curs constipation and ventilate a clog god system. Two sites, ttegular prices, wc and $1.00 our prices. 40c and 80c MME. YALE 8 COMPLEXION TABLETS make new, rich blood. They enrich the skin with healthy coloring. Two alxes, 60o and $1.00 our prices, 40c and 80c MME. YALE'S BLOOD TONIC cleanses the liver, blood and kidneys. Reg- QA. ular price, $1 our price C7VW MME. YALE'S DIGESTIVE TABLETS aid digestion and cure Indigestion. 60c and $1.00 cur prices, 40c and 80c MME. YALE'S ANTISEPTIC ts a most valuable household article, and must be . Used -to -be 'appreciated. For cleansing the mouth and gums In the morning, Sargllng the throat for sore throat, resslng sores, wounds or bruises. It is unequalled. Price, $1.00 HCic our price .. MME. YALE'S LINIMENT Is a newcomer, and said to have maglc-llke Influence In curing muscular affections, such as rheumatism, neuralgia. Ar sprains, etc. Price, 60c our price... -v Wosnlak; Eureka, Jacob Osentowskl; Ge ranium, John Rybln; Michigan, C. L. Kokea; Ord, C. A. Hager; Springdale, Elmer King; North Loup, H. I. Green; Enterprise, T. C. Honnold; Vinton. H. F. Lewis; Lib erty, - Ralph Hughes; Arcadia, Albert Strathdee; Yale, David Riddle; Davia Creek, Frank Trump; Independent, W. B. Green. BANK AT MTLEAN IS ROBBED No Traee HasVBeen Fennel erf Robbers Wk secured 9&0O, After Comlnar from tho ionthenst. NORFOLK. Neb.. Jan. 19.-(8peclal Tele gram.) A special to the Dally News says that the bank at McLean, Neb., was blown up last night and $500 taken. The robbers came from the southeast. No trace of them has been found. Injured by Ranaway Team. BEATRICE, Neb.. Jan. 19.-(Speclal.) Harms Huls. a prominent young German farmer residing In Hanover township, was seriously Injured In a runaway accident eight miles northeast of this city Saturday night. The team which Mr. Huls w driving ran away, throwing him out of the buggy and In such a manner as to cut several gashes In hla head and bruise his body terribly. For a time It was thought he could not recover, but the attending physicians think he will get along all right with proper care. Good Day for Weddings. NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., Jsn. 11. Spe flat TUmm iThi follnwin rnarrUn , ,lrcnMa w,r. u,ued at th, county judge's office today: William A. Deweee of Ne maha county and Miss Llnnle M. Beamer of Otoe county; Oral E. Cos of Cass county and Miss Ida Agnes McBride of Otoe county; George H. Morgan of Atchison county, Missouri, and Nettle Buxton of Cass county, Illinois. The lsst named couple were married at the First Math odist parsonage by Rev. J. W. Scott. New Bridge Over Loop. ORD. Neb., Jan. 1 (Special.) Several rarloada of the Ison and steel for the new bridge across the North Loup river at this place have been received and work on the structure will commence about February I The contract for Its construction has been let to an eastern manufacturer and accord Ing to the specifications the bridge when completed wUI be the most substantial bridge crossing the Loup river at any point. Close Revival Meetlna-s- HUMBOLDT. Neb.. Jan. !. (SpeciaD- The series of special meetings at the (Christian church, under direction of Ds Forrest Austin, state evangelist, closed Sunday evening, and last night he delivered a lecture at the church. The meetings at tracted considerable Interest and resulted In fifty-two accessions to the church. Pelea-atee Go to rresnent. BEATRICE, Neb.. Jan. Is. (Special.) The local delegates to the etate firemen's convention, numbering . twenty-three, left this morn lug for Fremont over the Union Pacific route lu a special car. CONVENTIONS TAKE TOWN Firmer is Evidence at Liicoln. at Boon ti Demcersts Lear. RAILROAD SCHEDULES ARE COMPLETED Secretary of Eqaallsatloa Board Thlsike They Will Catch Every Tales; Onara by These Corporations. (From a" Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. Jan. 1 (Special.) This Is convention week In Lincoln ard evidence of the presence of the agricultural class In the city Is found everywhere. Many of the merchants have caught the spirit, with the result that store windows have been changed to miniature farms, corn fields and cattle lots. In one of these windows la Challenger, the university prise winning steer. He Is atractlng much 'at tention. The town Is full of visitors and they are being well cared for. It Is piobable that one or these shows will not again come to Lincoln. This Is the poultry exhibit, the especial pet of Rev. Luther P. Ludden. This Is being held In the Auditorium and It Is thought the management of the building will not again allow the exhibit to be placed there. They claim that the cost of heating and lighting Is so great that the price paid for the use of the building Is not suf ficient to pay them for renting It. It usually takes a long time after the chick ens are removed to put the building In shape for other use. It Is understood here that Omaha Is preparing to secure this part of the numerous farmers' meetings next year and If It offers a place for Its holding Omaha will In all probability get It. The Society of Industry and Labor met In the federal building, 200 strong, and got In shape to elect officers and do busi ness tomorrow. The most Important work done by this society today was the pas sage of a resolution endorsing Governor Mickey. State Board ef Agrlcaltare. The State Board of Agriculture met at the university chapel with a large number of others and listened to two Interesting adlresses, one by Prof. John Hamilton, farmers'. Institute specialist of the Depart ment of Agriculture and the other by Joseph E. Wing on "Lessons from the Old World." Mr. Wing Is of the Breeders' Oasette. Chancellor Andrews delivered the address of welcome and Dr. J. M. May hew furnished the music. The swine breeders got together at the unl -entity farm and besides a lunch list ened to :o some very Interesting papers. who contributed to the urogram wno contrtDutea to the program Those were A. E. Davlsson, principal of the school of agriculture, E. Z. Russell of Herman, R. M. lilodgett of Beatrice, pres ident of the association; H. R. Smith of the experimental station. Dr. Samuel Avery f th experimental station, J. H. Skinner of the Indiana experimental station. Dr. A. T. Peters of the Nebraska experimental station. The Horticultural zoclety held forth at the state farm and carried out this pro gram: Address Prof. E. A. Burnett Response President G. 8. Christy Commercial Orcharding O. A. Marshall, Arlington Orcharding Under Irrigation rranK w. Biepnene, v-reie Orcharding In Southeastern Nebraska.. G. A. Blavton. Salem Fruit Growing and Varieties Adapted to Hamilton county J. R. Davidson. Aurora Spraying A. Russell, Tecumseh Secretary's report. Telephone Men Talk. The Independent Telephone association met at the Llndell hotel this morning. D. Clark, president, called the meeting to order and W. H. Daubendlck of DeWltt read a paper entitled "Farm Lines, the Construction of Same and the Proper Rates." He recommended that tha in fluential and prosperous farmer be taken In as a stockholder, and said by doing this the rural telephone line will be made more of a .success. A. E. Gantt of Falls City read a paper on "Toll Line Construc tion. Standardisation and Rates." After that the telephone men had their pictures taken. The state printing board met yesterday afternoon and authorised the secretary to advertise for bids for printing supplies for the various state departments for the quarter. Bids will be opened on the after noon of January 29. Superintendent Fc.wler went to Mullen In Hooker county, today to nave a talk with the county superintendent and the teachers about schools in general. Completes Railroad Schedules. Secretary Bennett of the State Board of Equalisation haa completed his schedules for the assessment of railroad property and It Includes everything In sight snd will give the state board plenty of facts upon which to base the value of the franchise. Mr. Bennett expects great results from the meetings of the county assessors to be held Wednesdsy. These will be held In the senate chamber but the time will not be. determined until that day. Officers will be elected and an organisation will be ef fected. It will be Impressed upon the as sessors that they are responsible for the work of their deputies and the law will be discussed with them In detail. To date forty-five assessors have notified the sec retary of their Intention to be present, ekoolmasters' Clnb Meeting. The next meeting of the Nebraska Schoolmasters' club will be held at Lin. coin. January 22. at the Llndell notei. The papers will be by Superintendent W, H. Gardner on "Agriculture In the Publlo Schools." Toe discussion will be led by Prof. C. E. Beesey. Orders for plates will be given at 1 p. m. Friday and each member Is asked to Indicate before that time how many he will wish. In the ab sence of any word one plate will be or dered and reserved. There are three vacancies still In the club membership. Candidates will be voted on In order of receipt of nominations by the secretary. Gambling Appeal Hearing. In supreme court this morning the ap peal of Mayor Frank E. Moores and Chief of Police Donahue from tne peremptory writ of mandamus ordering them to close the Diamond pool room and stop gambling In the city of Omaha came up on a motion to advance the cauae. The court signified that It would do so shortly and at the same time fix a date upon which briefs should be f.led. Lysis Abbott appeared for the relators, himself and I. J. Dunn, and urged a speedy hearing. He said that for weeks a gambling room had been openly running on one of the main streets of the city of Oma hi, and that It was not necessary to go into court after a writ to close It. The mayor and chief of police not only op posed the Issuance of the writ, but after the court had ordered one to Issue had ap pealed to this tribunal. He pointed out that the supersedeas bond, which now stayed the execution of that writ, was signed by the mayor, chief of police and city treasurer. This bond, he Insisted, was not a supersedeas bond, but merely one for costs, and did not therefore stay the execution of the writ. He asked the court to so hold. W. J. Connell. who appeared for the city officials, said he had no particular ob jection to advancement, but be did not see any urgent need of haste In tha matter. He suggested thst sixty days ougM to be given for the filing of brief. The entire morning was consumed by the court In calling rases and assigning them for argument before the various commissions. Commission No. $ was de pleted by the absence of two of the mem-1 bers, and Judge Duffle therefore sat with No. Z. Six cases were assigned to No. 1 and ten to No. 2. Attorney 8. L. Oelsthardt launched an argument this morning In a case from Cass county against the constitutionality of the law permitting clerks of courts to Issue fee bills and giving them all the force and effect of an execution. Mr. Oeisthardt Insisted the law was unconsti tutional because it made the clerk a law unto himself; he could make what charges he saw fit and take a man's property with out any due process. Attorneys Still Warm. The Penn-Trompen controversy, over which a fisticuff was precipitated In dis trict court yesterday, came up before the court this morning and Mr. Greene and Mr. Tibbets Indulged In some warm con tradictions over the facts relating to the condition of the record. Mr. Oreenee In sisted that the briefs were not filed upon him In time, and the controversy ended by both asserting they would present evi dence to back up what they had declared to be the facts. Reanbltran Committeemen Arrive. The vanguard of the republican state committee Is here preparatory to the meet ing tomorrow, and while the committeemen are not numerous enough to tell what will be the action of the committee, the senti ment of the majority of those arrived Is for one convention. John L. Webster Is here and has announced that he will not make a fight for two conventions, being content with any action the committee sees fit to take. Those here are: Mc Carger of Saline, Byron Clark of ' Cass, Titus of Nemaha, Harrison of York! Tralnnery of Pawnee. Walt of Otoe and Chairman Lindsay. Supreme Court Proceedings. Joseph P. Baldwin and Thomas Fllcklnger were admitted to the bar on motion of at torneys. The following cases were marked for sub mission: LIKIe against State, Pappe against Pappe. nS'1,. Kruf McKlbben against Ihv Trumbull against Trumbull. Weed gainst Chicago, SL Paul. Minneapolis & Omaha Railway Company; Wlnnett against Adams, Tlndall against Peterson, Bonacum against Murphy, Cady against Usher. Wlg gennorn against Fitzgerald, Lincoln Supply Company against Graves. Myer against First National Bank of Plattsmouth, Mc cormick Harvester Machine Company against Brown. Village of Grant against Sherrlll. Bradley & Co. against Basta. Holmes against Seaman, Dowart kgalnut Ball. Blanke Tea and Coffee Pnm a n v against Trade Exhibit Company. State ex re' Uunn against Moores, Mitchell against VB, Coun,y- Omaha Bridge and Terminal Rn), Company against Whlney. Closen against Pruhs, Holmes against Columbia i-tuiiuiiur rmriK oz xincoin. The following cases were submitted on motion: Penn against Trompen. Prltschau against Rice Broe., Pappe against Pappe. Wardell against Wardell, Edge against Edge. The following miscellaneous orders were made: Farnam aralnat Lincoln, contlmmt to June ; Horst against Lewis, continued to February 1; Ossenkop against Shea, dis missed; Shaw against Equitable Mutual Accident Association, continued to Feb ruary 1; HalKh against Dillon, continued to February 2; Peter sgainst Peter, contin ued to February 16; Perrin against Knight Trust and Masons' Ixmn Indemnity Com pany, continued to February 16; General Assembly of A. B. A. against Kremen cliurk. affirmed; Stemm against Van Camp, affirmed; Nelson against Mets Brewing Company, affirmed; Weils against Hauser, affirmed; Gaffey against Northwestern Mu tual Loan Insurance Company, continued to February 2: Dubois sgainst Martin, contin ued to February t; Martin against Abbott, continued to February ; Raldrldge against Coffman, continued to, .February 2, 1904. FORMING ROOSEVELT CLUBS Nebraska City and Otber Towns Fall Into Lino for the Presi dent. NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., Jan. 19. (Spe cial Telegram.) A called meeting of the republicans of this city was held this even ing and an organization effected. George McCallum was elected president, tha other officers to be elected at the next meeting. The president appointed a membership committee consisting of W. F. Bridgman, R. W. Kelley and Ralph Eastman. Re publican addresses were made by several and the name of the organisation will be the Nebraska City Roosevelt league. Res olutions were adopted advocating the nom ination of Theodore Roosevelt for presi dent without pledges to any other candi dates that would Interfere with that end. Patrick Roddy and Frank McCartney were elected delegates to the State Roosevelt league, which meets In Lincoln tomorrow. ALBION, Neb., Jan. 19. (Special.) The republicans of thla city met last Saturday evening In the county court rooms for the purpose of organising a Roosevelt club. A good many were present and the following routine business was gone through: H. F. Lehr wss named for president pro tern., W. 8. Pierce secretary. Then F. D. Wil liams was elected president of the organi sation. W. 8. Price secretary, W. H. II- llan treasurer. A board of managers was named as follows: L. B. Day, Charles Bull, T. A. Thompson, F. M. Wletxel, H. I Mc Connell. W. H. Illlan was elected delegate to the state convention at Lincoln, January 20. A good dead of enthusiasm was shown although It Is early yet for political meet ings to begin. It Is evident that this will be a lively campaign In this locality. HA8TINGS, Neb., Jan. 19. (Special Tele gram.) A Roosevelt club was organised here tonight with a membership of several hundred and delegates were elected to at- We wish you fully understood the great importance of daily act? of the bowels. It would saveyou much suffering and sickness. Aijjefs The remedy is so simple, so easy to take, and so free from all harm ful ingredients. One of Ayers Pills each night, just one. svir. ATTO't IATB TlOOft-FoT tS hair. AIKa't Afc&araJULLa-rw the kotos. tend the etate meeting at Lincoln tomor row. The delegates are Harry Haverly, Adam Breede, J. N. Clarke. John M. Ragnn, J. H. Fleming. A. C. Hull. L. J. Carps, Mark Levy, C. G. Heartwell and J D. French. The next meeeting of the club will be held next Tuesday, when, officers for the organisation will be elected. READY FOR LILLIE APPEAL Lawyers and Interested Parties Go from David City to Lincoln. DAVID CITT, Neb., Jsn. l.-(8peclal.) Beveral of the attorneys and a large num ber of our rltlsens went to Lincoln yester day morning to be present at the argu ments before the supreme court In the Lit lie murder case. Attorneys Matt Miller and C. H. Aldrlch. who defended Mrs. Llllle In the trial In the district court, will be assisted In tha su preme court by Hsmer Hsmer of Kear ney and Senator William V. Allen of Madi son. Senator Hastings, who assisted County Attorney Evans In the prosecution of the case In the district court, will prob ably make an oral argument before the supreme court today. LEWIS DIES FROM WOUNDS Maa "hot While Allege to Be Steal Ing Corn Is Dead at Lincoln. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Jan. 19. (Special Telegrams William Lewis, who was shot by A. W. Btratton at the stale farm Sunday night while thought to be stealing com, died at noon today. The physician failed to locate the bullet and probably will hold a post mortem examination. Lewis loaves a widow. At the coroner's Inquest tonight Strstton was exonerated from all blame for the shooting. The dead man leaves two sis ters living In Omaha, Mrs. Mary Camp bell of 2003 North Twenty-second street and a Miss Lewis. DIETRICH COMES TO OMAHA Expects to Be Ready to Retnrn to Washington Some Time Daring .ext Week. HASTINGS, Neb..x Jan. 19.-(Speclal Tel egram.) Senator Charles H. Dietrich will go to Omaha tomorrow, where he expects to remain until Saturday. After returning to Hastings he will depart In a few days for Washington. Roosevelt Clnb at Auburn, AUBURN. Neb., Jan. 19 (Spedal.)-A Roosevelt club was organized here last evening. Over 120 members were enrolled. R. F. Neal was elected president, E. H. Dort vice president, Frank Horn secretary and William Gaede treasurer. Hon. J. W. I Kerns was elected delegate to the State League of Roosevelt Republican Clubs and ' T. J. Crummel alternate. Arrangements are being perfected to organise Roosevelt clubs all over the county and thus organise all the republican workers. Oakland Rebekahs Install. OAKLAND. Neb., Jan. 19. (Special. ) The Rebekahs of this city Installed the fol lowing officers for the ensuing year Mon day evening: Mrs. Josie Van Cleve, noble grand; Mrs. Llixle Peterson, vice grand; Mrs. Marie Farslund, secretary; Mrs. La sena Jeger, treasurer. After the Installa tion refreshments were served. A good social time was enjoyed by those present. Two Stores Consolidate. AUBURN. Neb.. Jan. 11 (Special.) The department store of A. H. GUmore de Sons Is being removed from the Hetiel block to the new Gllmore-Arm strong building. The GUmore stock will be consolidated with the stock of J. W. Armstrong and a corpo ration organised to be known aa the Gtl-more-Armatrong company. Challenge for Rnral Carriers. TEKAMAH, Neb., Jan. l.-(Speclal.) Burt county's rural carriers challenge the world to beat S. A. Bryant's run Saturday last. He made his route, twenty-threo miles and forty-four boxes,' In less than three hours, on his bicycle, leaving the office at 9 o'clock a. m. and reaching the office at 11:46 a. m. Insurance Solicitor Fined. PLATTSMOUTH. Neb.. Jan. It. -(Special.) J. Forrest Marston waa arraigned before Justice M. Archer and pleaded guilty to the charge of having solicited life insurance In this state Illegally. TV5 court fined him the sum of (60. Not having the money to pay the fine he waa taken back to the county Jail. Make Woman Move. NORFOLK. Neb.. Jan. IS. (Special.) The police raided the apartments of Emma Page In a Norfolk avenue business block snd arrested her, with three young men. They were all found guilty of vagrancy and the woman was made to leave the city. Holdreare to Improve Water Works HOLD REG E, Neb., Jan. II. (Special Telegram.) By a rote of 216 to 4, the cltl ens of Holdrege, at the special election held here today, decided to Issue 19.000 bonds for Improving the water system and for putting down new wells. Drag Firaa Dissolves. AUBURN. Neb.. Jan. IS. (Special.) The drug firm of Rustics V Cllne haa deaolred, Frank Cllne, the junior member, purchas ing the Interest of Mr. Eustlce. ay O. Are Om , Lew.lt. Mass. Also saunMMi of ATIK'S CtTKIT PaXTTOfciX-fw eoafti. AtSa'S AGUa COU Wm asalana aae agsa. 100 YEARS OLD STRONG AND HEALTHY. Duffy' Pure Matt Whiskey Saved My Ufa From Bronchitis Six Ynar Ago and Has Kept Me Stronr end Healthy Ever Since, Writes nrs. D. M. Roberts, of La Orange, III. 1 f, Wi I I; I f'it' urn 1 ' 4! I never take any other medicine. Duffy's not OS Without it." nnn. 1. 1.1. nnnnio. The average length of life Is less than 60 years. The census shows there are only 1536 persons In the 1'nlted States who have passed the century mark. Almost every one of them own his or her ripe old age and freedom from disease to Duffy s Pure Malt Whiskey, the true Elixir of Life. We have been publishing their letters regu larly In the papers for years. Mrs. Roberts is one of these wundotful old people. DUFFY'S PURE HALT WHISKEY PROMOTES HEALTH AND LONG LIFE. It Is an absolutely pure distillation of malt, a gentle. Invigorating stimulant which builds up the worked-out. run-down, weakened diseased constitution and keeps It al- f ways In condition to throw off and resist disease. It kills disease germs, quiets the nerves, repairs the worn-out. diseased tis sues, tones up the heart, enriches the blood snd strengthens the circulation, and gives power to the brain and strength and elas ticity to the muscles. Duffy's Pure Malt WhiHkey cures Bron chitis, Coughs, I'uIiIm. IJiippe. Asthma, Ca.tarrh, Pnminionin, pleurisy. Consumption and all diseases of the throat and lungs; Dyspepsia. Indigestion and every form of stomach trouble. Malaria and all low fev ers. It Is Invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly children. If you wish to keep young and strong and have on your face the glow of perfect health; If you wish to live to a great age and to retain tindtmmed the use of all your faculties; If you would enjoy life to the full est Hnd lie Independent in old age take Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey as dlrecti-d and take no other inedlrlne. No other medicine or combination of med icines will do what Duffy's will do. It Is prescribed by 7,000 doctors and used in over J,(KV hospitals. Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey contains no fusel oil, and is the only whiskey recognised by the Government as i nin in a guarantee. CAlTIO When yon ask for Daffy's Pare Malt Whiskey be anre yon get the aennine. - I n -crapulous dealers, mlndfnl of the excellence of this prepa ration, will try to sell yon cheap Imitations and malt whiskey snhstltotes, which are pot on the market for profit only, and which, far front relieving; the sick, are positively harmful. Demnnd "Dairy's" and be snre yon vet It. It Is the only nnsoliitrly pnre Malt Whiskey ' which roatalns medicinal. health-Ktvtnv qualities. Daffy's Pnre Malt Whiskey Is sold In sealed bottles onlyi never In flask or bnlk. Look for the trade-mark, the "Old Chemist," on the label, and be certain the seal over tho cork Is nnbrokea. Beware of refilled bottles. Sold by all druggists and grocers, or direct. 11.00 a bottle. Medical booklet free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, New Tork. DON'T WAIT until your whole sys tem la polluted with disease, or until i your nervous system is tottering under the strain, and you become a physical and mental "wreck, unfit for work, study, business or marriage. Wlh special diseases and. weaknesses you can make no compromise. You must conquer them now by the right treat ment, or they will fill your whole life with falluie, misery and woe. Uncer tain, Improper or half-way treatment can only do harm. The worst cases we have treated were thoee that had been Improperly treated before coming to us, some having been maimed for life by bungling surgical procedure. We euro by restoring and preserving important organs. We do not advo cate their mutilation or destruction In an effort to make a quick cure. Every afflicted man owes It to himself, his , :amUy, and to the future generations , to get curt'i SAFELY and thoroughly. WE MAKE NO MISLEADING STATEMENTS or deceptive proposi tions to the afflicted, nor do we prom ise to cure them IN A FEW DAYS in order to secure their patronage, but guarantee a COMPLETE. SAFE AND I.ASTINft CURE In the OITIPKICST POSSIBLE TIME, without leaving Injurious after-effects In the system, wid at the lowest cost possible for HON EST, SKILLFUL and SUCCESSFUL TREATMENT. We cure: Stricture, Varicocele, Nervous Debility, Impotency. Blood Poison (Syphilis), Sores, Rectal, Kidney and Urinary Disease), and all diseases and weaknesses due to Inheritance, evil habits, self abuse. In discretions, excesses or the results of specific or private disease. MIKIII TlTinM FRPFomce hours, S a. m. to I p. m. Sundays, 10 to 1 only bUnaULIAHUII rntt lf you cannot call wrtte for symptom blank. STATE MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 1308 Farnam St.. Bet. 13th and BIG TREES CALIFORNIA'S attraction are mostlv of . its own kind, pecuUr to the state, and of none is this so emphatically true as that unique product, the Big Trees. The age of thete colossi is from 1,500 Grove, which can be Yosemite, contains some of tha largest. In the Calaveros Grove are from ninety to one hundred of hufc-e size. Near Santa Cruc is a beautiful grove of redwood Biff Trees whichwiU well em ploy s day's visit. ThaMstiractiooaare heat leeched by the Vnion Pact fie. whose last trues arrive at Sao Fraociaco sad Los Aogslea -Iron Omaha aiateea hours ahead el all competitors. Mre. Roberts Doesn't Look a Day Over Imtri neads the Papers and Sews Without Spectacles. "Thanks to Dairy's Fare Malt Whiskey I ( an Dl. sest Anrthln. Sleen Ooaadlr. and Am Smart for My Ae." "J write this letter to thank you for what Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has done for tr-s- 'n 1K; ' had an unusually severe St- tack of Bronchitis and the beKt doctors said i would surely die, because I was such an oid lady and there was not enough vitality loft in my body to resist the disease Nothing they gave me had any effect. "My son ssw your advertisement and hougnt a bottle of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey for me. It saved mv life. It brought back my strength and I have not been sick a day since. "I wss born in May, 1SD4. In the town of Cllftondale. Mass., and 1 am therefore In my 100th year. I can sew snd read tha papers without the aid of spectacles and am unusually smart for my age- Thanks to Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey I can digest anything, and I am evidently getting all the nourishment out of my food, for I am ao much stroTiger than I have bn for veara and am In rood flesh. 1 sloen soundlv. Is the very life of 2M,P'P,i 'ii!.w,n"M medicine. I WILL CURE YOU 14th St.. OMAHA, NEBRASKA. .THE, to s.ooo years. The Mariposa visited while en route to the CITT TICKET OFFICE, ' 1324 FARM AM ST. 'Phono 316. mr M0 6 r