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TT1U" OMAHA HAlLi JJEK: WEDNERirAT. JANUARY 20, 1904.
Ask Your DcoJer For
mMBBlN GLOVES
NONE BETTER MADE
AFFAIRS AT SOOTH OMADA
Bepotts from aUsge Country Are of ths
Most Enoonragiij Kind.
CATTLE WINTERING' REMARKABLY WELL
Ogtom Wilier Has Had Effect of Allow.
imm Anlmale to K,een in Good
Condition an Itanae aad
. . Feed la Plenty.
Reports received at thai stock yards ar
to ths effect that cattle all over the west
and northwest are In first class condition.
Ueorge Gibsoa came la from Alliance yes
terday and spent the day. with friends at
this market. He said that so far the
cattle on the ranges have wintered better
SCian ever before. Mr. Gibson speaks only
tJr tha sand hills country. Other reports
are that lh Colorado, Wyoming, Montana
and Nebraska cattle are In exoellent shape.
In talking about conditions In the hills,
Mr. Olbson said, "So far this winter we
have not fed a pound, of .hay. Cattle are
running on the ranges and are getting fat
There has been Just enough snow to keep
the range lit good condition. All cattlemen
In the west have remarked about the high
temperature ' this winter. We hope It will
continue."
Another cattleman from the same sec
tion or the country who has Just re
turned from a trip over the range says that
ranchmen put tip a 11, of the hay they could
last summer and full. So fir, he says, not
a pound of hay has been fed. Should the
weather turn bad now, there Is an abun
dance of feed on hand to carry all of the
herds through the balance of the winter.
. fltfll another shipper who patronises this
market said that It would not be long be
fore grass eattle would be sent In. The
cattle are all fat -and doing nicely In east-
CITT COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS
Judge Troup Restra in Letting of Contract
for Otialin Limpa
ERNEST STUHT SUES OUT INJUNCTION
Offer ef Company to Install Service
Is Referred Committee Wlth
nt Belnar Rend at Foil
Least h.
Weakness in Men
A Michigan Specialist finds an Easy
Way to Cure Any Case of Sexual
Weakness Even la the Oldest Men.
This Wonderful Cure Has Most
Marvelous Record of Successes.
SENT FREE TO ALL WHO
APPLY IN WRITING!
There are thousands of cheerless home
In this country tiled with discontent and
unhapplness, lacking In love and com
panionship through the sexual weakness
iu) physical Impairment of a man whose
ears do not justify such a condition, liv.
discretions, abuses, and recklessness oftsn
& cause , a temporary cessation of vital
8 power that instantly yields to the won-.
I dertoi treatment discovered by the great
V socialist. Dr. XL C Rayaor. of Detroit.
... Michigan, it has remained for this great
physician to discover that sexual weak
ness and similar trouble can be cured
and In remarkable short spaces of time.
This treament does not ruin the -stomach,
adding the miseries such injury en
tails, but It Is a new treatment that easily
and quickly restore youthful vigor to
man aa tid as aft.
Th , dleou very is beyond doubt th
, most sulttnlUlo - aud comprehensive that
ur attention has ever been called to.
From all sides we hear private reports of
curea in stubborn cases of sexual weak
ness, enlargement of tus prostate, varlce
tsle, spermatorrhoea,, lost manhood, Im
potency, emissions, prematurity, shrunken
organs, lack of virile power, bashfulnes
and timidity and liks unnatural condi
tions, it does this without appliances,
Vauuam pumps, electric bells or anyluiug
f that kind.
Satisfactory results are produced In a
day's use and a perfect our in a short
time, regardless of age or the cause of
your condition.
The lucky discoverer simply desires to
get In touch with all men who can make
ve of suoh treatment. They should
avidreMS blm In eentldeuo. Dr. H. C. Kay
Dor. 136 Luck Building. Detroit. Mica.,
and Immediately on receipt of your name
and address it la his agreement with this
paper to svnd you a free receipt or form
ula of this modem treatment by which
you ean oure yourself at home.
1 ' I " '
ern Colorado, and so far It has not been
necessary td feed.
As for the Smith Cn: ha market the
stockmen who were at the yards yesterday
said that this was the market for them,
Big shipments are expected soon from
Wyoming, Montana, Colorado and western
Nebraska.
Another Dmrnase Claim.
Mary Beat, wife of Henry Beal has filed
a suit against the city for t'i.OOO damages
on account of the vacating of Railroad
avenue. In her claim which Is now in the
hands of City Attorney Murdock, Mrs.
Bcal alleges that the property she pos
cesses on Railroad avenue will be greatly
damaged by the use of the street by the
railroad companies. This Is the second
cl(lm to be filed. The first was by Patrick
Kennedy who has an Interest In the old
packing plant south of Swift's. Little at
tentlon Is being paid by the city to these
claim at this time as the agreement with
the Union Pacific and the Union Stock
Yards companies Is to the effect thst these
corporations will pay all damage claims of
this sort. -
Connell Meets Monday.
On account of the charity ball on Mon
day night there was no meeting of the city
council. It is thought that a meeting
might be held tonight, but the heads of
committees stated last evening that there Is
no necessity for a meeting and conse
quently, there would be none until next
Monday night. There Is very little doing In
municipal circles Just now and so the city
fathers do not consider that It Is necessary
to hold a meeting this week. 4
Proceeds of th Ball.
While the returns have not all been made
the managers of the South Omaha Hospital
association expect to clear about 1800 by
the charity ball held at the exchange
building Monday night. The attendance
was really larger than expected and many
tickets were sold at the door. With this
amount of money in the treasury the as
sociation will be In shape to go ahead with
Its work as it hat few If any debts at the
present time. There Is considerable talk
about the association erecting a hospital
building, but this cannot' be started until
more money Is raised. Once that a start Is
made It is thought that It wll! not be dif
ficult ' to secure" enough' subscriptions to
purchase ground and erect' a building.
McLaaghlta. Badly Injared.
While scuffling with some friends Joseph
McLaughlin, who Uvea at Twenty-sixth and
P streets, was thrown down the embank
ment just north of the Q street viaduct
and quite badly Injured. Dr. Delanney was
called, but as McLaughlin refused to be
sent to a hospital he was taken to his
room, where he Is being treated. It Is
thought by the attending physician that
McLaughlin is Injured internally. Just how
badly ha la hurt cannot be stated now. The
fall waa purely accidental, no It Is aaaerted.
McLaughlin la about 20 years of age and la
employed at one of th packing houses.
Magic City Gossip.
L. W. Smith, Twenty-sixth and A streets,
announces the birth of a eon.
Joseph Koutskv Is In Lincoln today look
ing after some DUHlness matters.
The South Omaha democrats who went
to Lincoln to attend the Bryan banquet
have returned.
Dr. James A. Kelly reports the arrival of
Twins at tne home or Thomas roster,
Thirty-fifth and T streets. Both are boys.
Unchurch lodge No. 2, Degree of Honor.
will give a ball this evening at Workmen
temple. This ball will be held in the upper
nan.
Magle City lodge No. 80, Fraternal Union
of America, will give a dancing party at
Workman temple on th evening of Janu
ary za.
William Osborn, who lived at Forty
fourth and 2 streets, died yesterday. Notice
or th funeral will b made as soon as rel
a lives arrive.
The Ladles' Aid society of the First
Methodist Uplacoial church will meet with
Mrs. T. B. Scott, 1019 North Twenty-first
street, on Thursday afternoon.
Charles II. Watts, president of th Live
mora exchange at Ht. Josepn, Mo., was a
visitor In the city yesterday. While here
Mr. Watts was the guest of B. K. Wilcox
and J.-M. Tanner.
Just before the council convened last
night, the members were served with an
Injunction signed by Judge Troup and se
cured by fcrnest Btuht, restraining the
mayor ana council iruni nci-cpim, i ng:
proving or taking any steps towards enter- I Dim
Ing Into any contract with any person,
firm, company or corporation for furnish
ing gasoline lights to the city of Omaha."
Hearing on the petition was set for 10
o'clock, January 25.
The Information had gotten abroad that
the council had decided to accept the Wels
bach lighting proposition and would vote
upon It formally last night. The service
of the Injunction did not please the coun
cllmen and It caused Councilman Schroeder,
when the proposition of Jay Burns to sup
ply gasoline lighting for $3.60 per lamp
per year waa read, to suggest that It be
referred to Judge Troup. Mr. Burns'ofTer
was sent to th atreet lighting commute
without being completely recited before
th council.
A resolution waa Introduced seeking to
authorize the payment ot $1,000 each to
Howard H. Baldrlg and John P. Breen
for services as special counsel In the rail
way tax litigation. According to arrange
menta made last July, $6,OU0 is to be paid
for this work and additional emolument
If the case Is won. It has not yet been
brought to trial. The resolution was re
ferred to the finance committee.
Will Analyse th Water.
Water pumped from th Burt street
station is to undergo a chemical analysis
under the supervision of the health d
pertinent each month hereafter. Such a I ... nilT
test for bacteria was ordered In a con- I UULb OUT
current resolution adopted by the council
last night. The first analysis is to be made
at once and will cost between $26 and $u0.
Councilman O'Brien Introduced the resolu
Hon.
Mayor Moores notified the council that
when the new tire engine houses under con
struction are completed the fire depart
ment will need from twenty-five to thirty-
EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS
( lose Flnlah n Feature of Has Fran
elseo and Rider ot Roeknway
Fined for Jockeying.
n A v trn i vriorn Tan to r,in "niahaa
and the success of long shots were the
features (if the raclna: at Onklaml today.
Fir ITeaton. at 7 to 1. took the llrsl race
by a nno from lady Kent. Antolr-e, a 15
to 1 chance, sained a noee victory over
Kllurlan In the fifth rare. Kockaway won
the six furlongs handicap enslly. J. Martin,
rider of Nlgrette. claimed Kockaway inter
fered with his mount and the judge fined
Bell tJt. Results:
First race, futurltr course, arlltnc: Fir
Preston won, Lsrty Kent second. Do Uo
third. Time: 1:12V.
Second race, six furlongs, selllns:: Kloln-
wood won, Scherao second, Quaker Ulrl
third. Time: 1:17.
Third race, futurltr course, selling: Ouls
II won, Flyer second, Modder third. Time:
1:13.
Fourth race, mile and seventy Tarda, sell- I
ng: Antoiee won. tiiiurian second. Mr.
ngle third, rime: 1:49V.
Fifth race, six furlongs, handicap: Rock-
away won, Mildred Bchults second, Nl-
grette third. Time: 1:1m. Waswlft ran.
Sixth men mile and flflv vanla. selling:
pen Mcumn won Avenger secona, Harry
jnaicner tnira. Time: i:oVi.
LOS ANGELES. Jan 19 Results:
First race. Blsuson coursn. selllne-: Wln-
n If red a won, Rio Chtco second, Andrattus
inira. lime:
Second race, three furl on rs. maiden 2-
year-olds: Tim Hurst won. lie Ornmmont
second, Helena third. Time: 0:37.
Tnira race. Flauson course, selllna: Cele
bration won. Lady Fone second. Madam
ttisnop tnira. nme: i.ii.
Fourth race, thlrteen-slxteentha nf a mil.
selling: I'aul Whaley won, Montana Peer-
ees second. Mexlcana third. Time: 1:22.
Fifth race, six furlongs: Sals won. ldvl
nemire aecona, eusie tnnniu tnira. Time:
:i&v..
Sixth race. mile, aelllnr: Buecleiith won.
Merman second, Invictus third. Time: 1:4$.
NKW ORLEANS, Jan. 19. Results:
First race, six furlongs: Ostrich won.
Karl Kahler second. Bouudltnc third. Time:
i:i. . .
Second race, alx furlonn. selltnir: Little
Jack Horner won. Allegretto second,
rTeasnees mini, nme: i:i.
Third race, seven furlonea: .1 P. Mit.
berry won, Lady Lavish second. Sweet
Ken third, nme: l:Z7.
l?n.ip.h n. knnlnon -nit.. IP-tl... Uttl
i l. Hi .11 I . V... UWIUIL.f, llllICi 1 1 1 I 'I mil
won, oe Reszk second. Lev Dorsey third.
lime: j .sryk.
Fifth race, mile and nne-elehth. selllnr:
Boaster won. Kitty Clyde second. Baronet
inira. lime: i.co.
Sixth rnce. mile and seventv vards:
Mauser won, Klwasa second, Hymettus
iuuu. lime; i:Ok.
(DIBOWJID
(CHiocdDiL-ariL
1
A Nutritious and
Delicious
IN FIRST ROUND
Kid Carter Delivers Chnynskl n Tell-
Ingr Blow Which Ends Fight
In Two Mlnntes.
FOOD AND DRINK MADE OF THE NUTRITIVE AND DIGEST
IBLE PRODUCT OF THE CHOICEST COCOA BEANS AND
PURE CANDY GRANULATED SUGAR. IT IS UNIFORM IN
STRENGTH, PURE AND FRESH. GHIRARDELLI'S IS MADE
IN SAN FRANCISCO AND PACKED IN PATENTED HERMETI-'
CALLY SEALED CANS. FOR HALF A CENTURY IT HAS BEEN
THE STANDARD COCOA PREPARATION OF. THE PACIFIC
COAST.
Don't Htty any but GhirardellVs
if You Want the 'Best
BOSTON. Jan. It KM Carter nf Ttrrtnlr.
lyn knocked out Joe Choylnskl after two
minutes of fighting In the first round be
fore tne interior! Athletic elllli nn e-hf
five new horses, each esUmated to cost ?ho?n"k., had tha better of the round up
, ii, inn n (in nii r .un... .a,...
- . n.ivv.nuuv. - 11.11 ! C I . 17 1 1HI1UI.II K
about $. Th mayor urged th council
to make provisions for an appropriation
and to send Fire and Folic Commissioner
Thomas, cited as an authority on horses,
City Veterinarian KainacclolU and Fir
Chief Salter to Chicago to buy the horses,
as suitable animals cannot b obtained In
this vicinity and it would be out of order
to advertise. Councilman Dyball remarked
that he could see no reason why all , tha
horse necessary cannot be secured in Ne
braska and the communication was re
ferred to the committee on fire, water and
police.
Heln (or Electrician.
Despite the vigorous protests of Council
man Hoye, a lesoluAon was adopted au
thorizing the city electrician to employ,
subject to the confirmation ot th council.
a stenographer and clerk, at a salary not
to exceed lis a month. Councilman Hunt
ington said this employe is necessary, be
cause with th general Inspection of old
wiring, the full time of th electrician and
hi assistant la employed outside the office.
Hoye declared It an unnecessary expense
and said the money might, as well be
burned, "The clerical work 'In- that afKoe
doea not amount to the snap ot my flng
era,' he asserted. "The office got along
without an assistant until the Transmla
slsslppi year. The old wiring cannot be In
spected, because th only Urn this can be
done la while a building la under conatruo
tlon. This I know from personal expert
enc a a builder. Tha electrician and hla
assistant have plenty of time to inspect all
the new wiring." He waa the only oa who
voted against th resolution.
right-hand jab on the stomach and the
Chicago man went down and out. The
ow iooi
ooked low to the anectatora unit tha
referee's decision awarding the bout to
bl
ir ad
JTX AMTNTS WRIT. 4
the line f curar on th market and If von
don't decide in favor uf the Manograna, se
u yuu u vm m msrr.
Ask Your Denier.
W. F. STOECKER CIGAB CO,
UOi Douglas Kt, Omaha.
VOMENg
rattan- Btansj
ul.l ...i. S ..r'
i.iam em reuatea u a lei, tf a
lUkerataa hloOunnell Drug Co Omaha
CansBberlnln'a Congo. Remedy th
Very Best.
I have been using Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and want to say It Is the best
oeugh medicln I have evsry taken." says
Geo. L. Chubb, a merchant at Harlan,
Mich. There la no question about its being
th best, as it will cur a cough or cold In
lass time than any other treatment It
should alway b kept In th horn ready
for Instant use, for a cold can be cured In
much leas time when promptly treated.
Carter was areeted with rrlea of "fnnl
Choylnskl was out nearly four minutes and
appeared in great distress. The men were
muicnea to ngnt illteen rounds.
WITH THE BOWLERS,
On Selleck's alleys last nlirht the Wv.
erieys and CInrksons treated the crowd
10 a nne exmmtion of bowling. The Wav
erieys won two of the three games played.
WAVERLEYS.
iBt M M tnl.l
HOdges 211 168 17 646
r owier TS ISO m Bl'6
Reynolds 213 174 178 65
Diocaeii z:t7 23 13
Reed 196 236 208 63$
Totaia 10) i6 $24 atwo
CLARKFONS.
1st M !M Tnti.1
JSnoll v. '! 5t litf KU1
Lonraa ixi 191 5 3 &15
Francisco 170 157 lftl 6L1
Morton lis ihK ii - Hi
uaroie H30 2u6 160 BUS
TOta SO 950 94 2S2$
Last nlfl'ht fin the VAatern iIIav, thi
Stephens A Smith teem won two out
ot inree gumes irom tne. Westerns,
STEPHENS A SMITH.
1at. . M A TMol
Stem 158 184 174 $1
Bchmela 151 131 156 487
"arqiet 23 174 1X4 40
r amnion ISO 144 126 m
Champion 12iJ 157 189 468
BIN GUAM MAKES BIG CAIN
Geti Thirty-Ont Vte in Oontett with D:s-
trict Clark Broadwil!.
LATTER HAS ONLY TWENTY-TWO LEFT
Discrepancy Which Favor Hepilt.
Mean Is Found In First Pre
cinct of VFIfth Ward,
oath Osnaba.
Totals
Stapenhorst
Orubb
Davis
Duke
Saldy
743 790
WESTERNS.
1st. 2d.
, 143
170
152
142
Totaia
.....ft., J1 1W 109
.. 188 147 148
18
154
140
140
S28 2361
Sd. Total.
1
148
147
168
795 73 8u5 2339
WrcstllnaT and Sparring; Contests.
For n Garbage Damp.
An ordinance was introduced deolarlng
th necessity of appropriating private
property for the opening of Poppleton av
enue from Second street to the river bank. I NOItFOLK, Neb., Jan. 19 (Special.)
This move 1. devised .0 th. city can ae- ZuVfflSlS SffTy'".'
cure a. uumping grouna lor goroage ana Aimeuo ciuo, 01 wnicn Tommy Sullivan,
waste matter without litigation. Opposl
tlon is anticipated from Councilman Back,
In hla contest with Frank A. Broadwell,
democrat, present Incumbent, for election
to the office of clerk ot the district court.
W. W. Bingham, republican, yesterday
realised a gain of thirty-one votes, reduc
ing Uroadwell'a total margin to just twenty-
two. The contest la only begun and Bing
ham's friends are emboldened In the be
lief that they will be able to wipe out all
of Broadwell's majority and establish the
claim of their man to the office.
At the conclusion of the arguments yes
terday afternoon Judge Vinsonhaler sus
tained the objection which had been made
by B. C. Burbank and A. W. Jeffries, at
torneys for W. W. Bingham, In relation to
the votes cast In the First precinct of the
Fifth ward at the last election.
The objection was sustained on the ground
that the returns had been signed by a
judge and a clerk instead of by two judges
as provided by the statutes. This causes
Broadwell to sustain a loss of thirty-one
votea, which was his plurality in that pre
cinct and reduces his total plurality to
twenty-two.
The points at Iran In the district court
which Is damaging to the defense waa In
troduced. Mr. Medora stated that the oath
of office was not taken by tha several offi
cials until after the polls had closed and
the vote were counted. This, It Is held. Is
ample ground upon which to cause the votes
to be discarded.
Officers Picked from Crowd.
When the regularly designated officials
arrived at the voting place on election
morning It was discovered that two of the
regular appointees were absent. After wait
ing some time the electors began to crowd
Into the polling place, and It then became
necessary Ho get two officials. This occa
sioned aome delay and the polls were not
opened until $ o'clock. Soma of the elec
tion officials asked some of the bystanders
If they could suggest persons who were
qualified to act in the place of the two
who were missing and various names war
suggested, from which two were finally
reiected, and the polls opened at 9 o'clock,
The question waa raised in court whether
this procedure wns valid.
W. Kiln, another clerk In this precinct
also was on the stand and when ' asked
whether all of the election oficlals were
present all the time during the jrocess
of voting replied:
"Yes, except when they went out to get
a drink."
Lowe Conld Not Write.
During the testimony it also waa (!e
veloped that the various officials were as
signed to different duties from thoa for
which they had been selected. For in
stance, some of the c-fflcials could not write
easily and the one who could write most
handily was selected to do the writing in
placing the names of the electors on the
books. By way of extenuation for this
method of procedure It waa stated that
South Omaha abounda In persons who have
COAL MEN OF TWO STATES
Dealers of Iowa aad Nebraska Meet
In Omaha to Discuss Short
Weight KtIL
The Coal Dealers' Association of Iowa
and Nebraska Is to meet In Omaha Feb
ruary $ to discuss the "short weight" -evil.
The meeting, which will be the first
mld-wlnter meeting held by the association,
being somewhat of an emergency gather
ing and coming In the busy season, will
be held In Crolghton hall, aesslons .begin
ning at 10:30 o'clock In th morning and
1:30 o'clock In the 'afternoon. C. H. Chlsam
of Omaha la prealdent of tha organisation
and R. E. Harris, also of this city, la
secretary.
At a meeting held in Sioux City December
$ It was resolved that every dealer should
weigh every car of aoft coal, and when
the shortage amounted td more than 1,000
pounds to th car a report of th ahtpper,
road Mid other particulars ahould b mad
to the secretary.: Bllla of lading alao were
to b demanded. All claims were to be
assigned to choaen individuals and when
the amounts reached appealable atse, ault
waa -J be brought. A fund waa sub
scribed to. ' Th meeting of next month
Is partly called to see what affect these
measures hav had. ,
who had the ordinance referred to th com
mittee on fire, water and police. As an in
dication of how the council propose to
proceed on the garbage queatlon, the r
ine one-ume urooKlyn lightweight, is a
isaaer, win lane place Thursday ev
when a number of local athletes will
la the ring and upon the mat.
clerk election 'contest Instituted by W. W. ' long names, difficult to write or pronounce,
Bowler of West.
la., Jan.
Bingham against Frank A. Broadwell now
centers about 'the First precinct of the
Fifth ward in South Omaha.
Monday afternoon the fact was developed
that th election return had been signed
Champion
DAVENPORT. la.. Jan. 19. fRnerlal I v- . .n,4 a nlerk when the law nro-
Biavww wan aaoj aa. a a aebaa ifwvasvavai, ix a I sa. 1 1 , ' r r j j aa, juut - p - a--
Port of tha hanlth commlariow vide- that they -hall be signed by two
able dumping grounds was ordered Placed has bowled four "800" games this season. Judges. Thereupon It waa moved that th
on file. . vinan is a zz-year-old Davenporter who vote of the entire precinct b thrown out
James Whalen of 621 North Sixteen atrt - sULZJJ ? K".nnJrLuT?. and not counted.
------ 1 wv " sinjouj easiu ov UlOin Uall. ! IK II I I V I .. m. .
submitted a nrnnnaitinn fnr haniina- aa curved, and his most remarkable nurtnrm. Frank Medora, on or in cieras or eiec
...1. 1. t . anc was on the 9th of last month, when itnn in th First Dreclnct of the Fifth ward,
Pf he'T; .1 owed" H w.d, '!! wU on th. stand, and additional testimony
prescribed by ordinance, taking his chanoea November 8, 1903 Eight consecu'llv
..ii, ow, mm, cvu, 11, 1M, a, jwf.
M 1 ft4N averno-A "iL. T.i . ., 1 A
it auniitiiB iu ie iiauieu away ana auropea I uiree games, itsv; average, Joi.
movemoer Z3 tine game, soo.
and the election official who waa best ao
qualnted with this class of people was per
mitted to do moat of the writing.
The First of the First wsrd and the First
of the Fourth ward also ore precincts which
are under consideration. It la alleged that
because of technicalities some of th votes
In these precincts should be thrown out.
It Is understood that Bingham's attorneys
claim a gain of one vote for their client In
these precincts tor sure, snd that other are
WILL GO TO KANSAS CITY
Architect Mardook Ha Work at Kaw.
vlll When He Finishes la
Omaha.
Upon completion ot his work aa super
vising architect ot tha federal building her
Mr. Murdock will go to Kansas City to
look after the completion of the federal
building there, which is about in th same
condition the Omaha federal building was
a year or eighteen months ago. Architect
Murdock is of the opinion that th entire
work of th Omaha building will be com
pleted before March 1. Among the addi
tional room provided for court purposes on
th third floor win be a much needed wit
ness room for th special accommodation
looked upon as liable to be taken from j of th Indiana who figure her largely as
Broadwell. witnesses in bootlegging cases. '
Into th Missouri river in any event.
Bom Street Work.
i
Th Board of Public Works was In
structed to remove sufficient dirt on Maple
street between Thirty-sixth avenue and
Thirty-fourth street to make a good road
way, and to build a small bridge with this
end in view; also to remove sixteen feet
of cedar blocks from Harney street from
Twenty-sixth atreet to Thirty-eighth av
enue and replace them with cinders.
Action on tha atreet marker ordinance
waa deferred on week because of tha ab
sence of President Zlmtnan, who waa ex
cused early in th evening on aooouat of
illness.
Ordinance were passed changing tha curb
December 9 Eighteen consecutive nnn
227. 2Sfi. 240. 219. 267 , 237. 236, 243, 226. 209, 237.
229, 266, 248. 217, 204. 284. $00. Total plna
4.S36: average. 24016-18.
January 14, 1904 Three consecutive games,
225. 247. tOO. Total Kins. 772: averae-e.
So far aa known here. Vlnall'a four samea
of 300 Dins in a season sets a new world's
amateur record.
JUDGE TALKS OF FRAUDS
At St. Lovla Federal Grand Jary'a
Atteatlon la Called to
Crimes.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 1.-Jndg Elmer B.
Adams of th United States circuit court.
In a forty-mi nnt address to th new red-
line ot Forty-second atreet from Hamilton I era! grand jury, empaneled today, charged
to Cuming and providing for aewer dis
trict No. 280, running on Thirty-sixth street
from Leavenworth to Wool worth avenue.
1 - J
V A "
Centuries Qud
The disease which has brought more suffering:, degrada
tion and disgrace upon the human race is the same to-day
that it was centuries ago. It is called Contagious Blood
Poison, "The Bad Disease," and is given other names, but
among all nations is regarded as tne blackest and vilest of
all hnmafl iflAaiM T f flrvte frrtwt t.a it . . Via litfl
MHmU UlilLM.t av- .wu v-v nv.QL , Ullp ,lhU i
sores that first appear are soon followed by others; the
glands of the groins swell and inflame, a red eruption breaks
nnt nn Vi a lwle. th tnrtnth enrl
v,. ..i' , ,j .l.i,,;, I was afflieted with blood poison, and th best
throat become ulcerated, the nair doctor did m no rood, thona-n I took thir tra
and eve-browS drOD OUt. and Uelv faithfully. In tact. I med to grow wore
iiti,i. i. '.v..; .. all tne wnue. i waa aUsheartn4. for it seesaed
yellow blotches make their ap- thmt I would never b curd. At th adTio of a
pearance, and if the disease is friend I tan took s. a. ., and tgaa w improve.
. . I continued th medicine, and it cured m com
not Checked at this Stage, every pUtely, building up my health and increasing xuy
bone, muscle, tissue and nerve apptft. aUthougithl watnyargo,Ihav
ti. t,.. i . never bad a But ef the dieea.ee to return.
iT. Box 830, Savannah, Oa, W. R. MXWKAJC.
with the poison, and from the
roots of the hair to the soles of the feet there is not a sound spot anywhere.
To cure this awful contagion tne blood must first be
purified, and nothing will do this so quickly and surely
as S. S. S.. which has been known for years as the only
antidote for the poisonous virus of Contagious Blood
Poison. Mercury and Potash may check it for a time,
but it comes back in a still more aggravated form. S. S. S. is guaranteed purely
vegetable, and $ i.ooo is offered for proof that it contains a mineral ingredient.
Write for our home-treatment book, and learn all about Contagious Blood
Poison aad bow to treat it. No charge for medical advice.
tie smrr SPCCII7Q CO ATIAXTA, CA.
tha members to Investigate schemes to de
fraud by use of th mails, naturalisation
frauds and violations of th pension laws.
11 urged that particular attention b
given to th instigators of all auch frauds.
A Wonderfol Chang.
Weak, sickly Invalid are soon changed
by Eleotrla Bitters into healthy men and
women. They cure or no pay. too. For
sal by Kuhn A Co.
Norfolk Firemen Attend In Force.
NORFOLK. Neb., Jan. 19. (Special.)
Headed by (be president of the Stat Asso
ciation of Volunteer Firemen, C. K. Hart-
ford of Norfolk, the local delegation to
th annual convention of th volunteers.
which la now in seoaton la Fremont, left I
th city In their own special car this morn
ing. Th ear waa bedecked and adorned
with banner and streamers and flags.
which told tb lookers-on through th sec
tion between her and Fremont just who
wer in tb carriage and Just what they
were going for. lr, Alexander Borr, who
organised the first volunteer fir depart
ment in Fremont, in IMS. waa Invited to re
spond to a touat, but could not attend.
I ! for Traveling Booth
via Chicago over Pennsylvania Short
Line include avery detail for com
fort, Hag gag la chocked throoa-h
from starting point to destination In th
South. Pullman eotnpartmact sleeping-car
and coaches run oa night trains from
Chicago. Morning trains hav buffet par
lor-car and coarpea. Addraa C L. Kim
ball. A. o. P. Art-. No. I Sherman atreet
Chicago, for H a
i : i
A cigar that Is always the same
in quality and price, 3 cents.
A smoke for particular smokers, )
Largest Seller in the World. V
The V and is the
V Smoker's Protection. V

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