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I! OMAHA DAILY IlEF,: TIU'IJSDAY. rKTUJIWHY IS. 1004.
ASTHMA LI art leal authorities MW COtirf-oV P't miner th Tm ( treatment mtioduced by lr. Frsjk WhrUcl of hi' ago, ASTHMA CAN SECURED. Tsr. L I Knn'.t. I hnnn, Ky ; Pr. F. E. Hrown J'flmKtr. lows: Pr. 1. V. Curryer, it P.nl Vlun lir M.I. i rsfT. v. ft. loiila.. Mo.; Ir. f. hrd, so. Kmmlnr tism. Ms.. tcr witness to the fre c t.f hi tpsment nil th. tarmsnrm-T nl tie cure In tha.lr own raa Ir. Whetel's new method in a rsdtca.1 departure from the old fashioned moke Dowders, iprT, etc., which reliert tail do not cure. FREE TEST TREATMENT nnand for nv one CiTltlP hort docrtr i.... l lha r.ft riri inrfiliff fiamcR Of tWO otner thmt!c Mi(Trpm Ask for booklet ol experlercea of thoe rurcd. FRANK WHETZEL, M. D., Dpt M mtflcn Eiprtsi Bid,. Chlcta- How to Pro nounce Hyotnei Phermnffi A MpCnnnr II hrnr '.. f'or ner 1h and lole M., Tell of ThU llfmiirkililp Tresitineiit Hint I nrpi Catarrh Without Stomach Doslnu. "While nil our customers who have used Jlyomel sgree tlm.t It is rrmarkahl y sue- ressful In c urlriK catarrh unl oilier diseases of the nlr passages," says Ph'Tmnn McConnell IniK f-'o.. "yet there has lifi'ii considerable diversity of opinion an to how the nam Is pronounced. "llyomrl In pronounced Just ss If It t spelled 'hlgh-o-nvp,- with the accent on the first syUble. "A great mnny come to our store ami li.Mead of asking for Hynmel. tell us they want a package of the treatment for catarrh that wo are scIHuk on a guarantee. "While we know what they mean, and I! of our rlerks will Rive them Hyonvl, Jet we want every onp to know how to pronounce the nnnip of Hynmrl. so that tliey may run no chance of getting anything but llyomcl. no matter where they go. "It la nature' true cure fur catarrhal trouble. It kills the germs of this disease, Bootho and heals the Irritated mucous membrane, and efferitiMilly driven all catarrhal poisons from the system. "All the stomach doping In the world can do no lasting good in the treatment of catarrh unless the nose and throat are free from catarrhal microbes. There Is no stom ach doeiing with Hyomel; Just breaths It. We have no much omfldenee In the value f.T the treament. that wp are selling It with the understanding that we will return the money If It falls to cure. All Omaha Bee. readers know that we do exactly as we agroo." Develops the Bust The greatest at tractiveness o f a woman's figure la a finely rounded bust, and in no direction la a lack of woman charm so striking u in a H o M I 1 1 u In thl particular. Dr. Charles Flesh Food 1 positively the only preparation known to Medical science that will develop the Im rnatured but or restore the natural beauty v breaat lost throuah nursing. It makes the flesh firm and healthy. tKuooirrs AT UA' D"PA"TMENT BTonna aso hPECIAll OFFER Ths regular pries at rr. Cbarlaa Fleik Fooa I Si OS bn. but to Intr'xlur It into Ibauuudi or Btw hom have ae.4i-4 U tmni two (I) doxpi to all who uiww iblt MMtllnimnl tni sand ut t oo. All parkacoo r jui In plaJit. wrsepoiv prop!.-, r i -- T '"' rfvvw CDCC A Mmpl boi loot Mouth to con f f f, f" lnoo you of tho rmt irerlt of lir. a t - - rharlpo Flooh Fpo-wlil bo Mot tr for 10 oonto, which pra tor coat of mailing. Wo will olao apnd yoo. our IlluatratPd book, "Art of lago," which ronla'aa all tha propar mova aanta for maaatn lha faca. nark an4 arma and (tall dlrvettono lur davaloptuc tha buat. Addraaa DR. CHARLES CO. "VvSr" Ufje Best of Everything The Only Double TracK Railway to Chicago The Omaia Chicago Train rr Exoellen.ee It So. tolid train mud vp in OtiisAa daily O.V HUE i 6:50 p. m , srne ing Chicago 7:30 next innrn ing. Library, Huffet Car, Lurber, nets btmndmrd Sleep trt, ChirCar$Jverytfiinij. mu i -City OfflCs 14011403 FARNAM ST. OMAHA TEL. 624-6.1 A BEAUTIFUL WCLU1I i rftstTM4jrd bv Ocmv Imperial H:ir Regenerator w id iicni4t Atn njiriin prwmifti Col'ii-awt durhlx Faa.! applied. Ab- rMi trt. Ourrixi.au-. ooailrioii till. WPtUtUL CUEJUULMFOaCaiU W. 2M St.. New Yrkw Sirmau 4k McComiMll Urug Co., Oman.. to Lu considrred in a Cigar Is t:i- i..Uty of the tobacco. Just take a whiff of the Miogrsm If you want to get an idea of what good tobacco means. lis an Ideal moke Indeed for people alio want llis IsMt, but who wUMdy ci alder thd coal. W. r. BTOECKH CIHAR CO., laM Doiujiaa birvet, Uiuabs. BENCHWARRANI FOR BENSON Grand Jury Findi lad otmeiU in Lied Fraud Case. PRESIDENT RLVOKES M'KINLEY'S ORDER Red I roM nelrfa Reports and ftonal Imrrlcan Woman's safTrsar Association Dlseosses I on tltntlonal mendmenta. WASIIIN'liTOX, Feb. IT. A a result of I he investigation of the wholesale public land frauds In many western states the grand Jury of the District of Columbia to day reported a Joint Indictment for con spiracy against John A. Itenson, a wealthy re;il ert-lto operator of Ban Francisco; Frederick A. Hyde of 8an Francisco, closely Identified with Henson In land af fairs: llnry L'. LUmond of California, an attorney representing Menson and Hyde, and Joost H. Schneider of Tucson, Arts , an agent of Hetison anil llydp. Jterirh warrants were Iniinedlately Issued end Snyder was arreted In this city by Betret Scrvl'-e Agent Hums, who has been investigating llics cases. Schneider was taken before Justice Barnard late this aflernmpii and the latter fixed his ball at J:.'i'0'0. Attorneys Cole and Donaldson, representing the defendants, asked that bull be fixed at fi.oon, while the government insisted on a $J5,iiO bond. SVhnrlder has been a witness before the grand Jury In tho cases against the defend ants. Henson already had been indicted here on a charge of bribery and la now be lieved to be In New York, while Hyde Is thought to be In Fan Francisco. The In dictment is a voluminous document and sets forth transactions in which land Is said to have been fraudulently acquired In Cali fornia, Oregon, Washington, Nevada and elsewhere. The scheme outlined in the Indictment and alleged to havo been practiced In these transactions was to obtain school or other lamli by applications, assignment and purchases in the namr of fictitious per sons or of persons anot really desiring or mialitted to purchase them, Hyde and lienson paying them small sums for the land. Tho Indictment rharges that there were false representations In all these transactions and that all the publications BUUDorted by the indicted parties were forged, false and fraudulent. The arrest of the other parties Indicted ia expected soon. This Includes, all the land fraud Innd case so far presented to the Jury, but others may be submitted at any time and proceedings are expected In other Jurisdictions. President Hrrokrs Order. The president today Issued un executive order revoking those of President McKlnley allowing gift from officers of the army and navy and the civic establishments In Porto Rico, Cuba, the Philippines, etc., to the I'ntted States free of duty. Following ia the order: It appearing that the conditions no longer exist which prompted the issuance of the executive orders of Xovsmber 4, l9!i. and November H, !!, subjecting to the domestic postal regulations of the L'nlted States miiv iHOh or aiiuvenlr forwarded through the mulls by officers, soldiers, sailors and civil enioloes serving- In Porto Kico, Cuba, Uuam, the Philippine islands and China to members of their families in the l'nlted Stutes. and vice versa, the said orders are hereby revoked. THKODORE ROOSF.VEI..T. Ileiiort of Itrd Cross Society. The report of the American National Red Cress for the year ending December 81, U1, was fi'.ed with Speaker Cannon today. The report reviews at length the recent troubles In the organisation, which account concludes with an expression of regret that the committee appointed to Investigate these differences has not yet reported. This committee consists of Benstor Proctor of Vermont, John a. Carlisle and Representa tive William Alden Smith. The work of the orgar.'.xatlon consisted of offering re lief to tho Kansas flood sufferers, holding itself In readiness to assist distress In Macedonia, should the necessary funds bo furnished, and In organizing relief commit tees at Butlor, Pa., during th i typhoid fever epidemic. The financial transactions during the year comprised receipts of 11,33, added to 11,702 balance on hnnd. Disbursements on ac count of expenses of officers was $2,931, leaving a balance of Jl-4. Argue Fraad Case. In the trial of Machen and others, charged with conspiracy to defraud the government. 13. S. Douglass of counsel for the defense today argued the case. But one session was held and he occupied the entire afternoon. Women ur7rnatats Talk' Constitution. Toduy's session of the National American Woman's Suffrage association was devoted to a discussion of propoaed amendment to the constitution of the organization. Annapolis Goes to Shanghai. Admiral Evans cables the Nnvy depart ment announcing the departure of the An napolis from Cavlte for Shanghai to Join the Fro'.lc and the Raleigh. Besides being available In case of an emergency these vosxels will act as dispatch boats. The New Orleans Is expected to arrive at Che Foo by the latter part of this week. Netherlands Minister Transferred. Baron Overs, minister of the Nether lauds to the l'nlted States, called at the White House today to pay his respects to President Roosevelt and to put his letter of recall from this country. Baron Gevers has been transferred to Rome, where ha will become the minister of the Nether lands to the government of Italy. The ex change between the president and Baron (levers were very cordial. Mrs. Hill Critically III. Mrs. Benjamin Hill vf Atlanta, widow of the late Senator Benjamin Hill of Georgia, Is ciltically ill with pneumonia. MAKE EFFORT TO A(iKKB ON JI IMJE. Iowa Delegation to Have Aaotbrr Meeting; to Discus subjeet. (From a Staff Correspondent.) WASHINGTON. Feb. IT (Special Tele gramsThe Iowa delegation will meet to morrow In an effort to select a successor to Judge Shlraa It was thought this morning that Senator Allison, who was ap pointed a member of the committee on the part of the senate to accompany the re mains of the late Senator Hanna to Cleve land, would accompany his colleagues to Ohio. The senator, however, shortly after noon stated that pressing legislation would ktep him In Washington. Notices were then sent out railing the delegation to gether In the afternoon, instead of In aha morning, us originally derided upon. So far us ran be learned there mill be no choice tomorrow, congressional politics playing no small part In the failure of the delegation to reach a conclusion. Rural carrier appointed: Nebraska Hon ell. Enill 14. Marany and Anton Kon valln, regulars: Joseph Hajek and Mike Suchan, substitutes. Pluttsinouth. Jasper M. Voting, regular; Bron E. Voting, sub stitute. Brayton. Jacob P. Rvndlxen and John W. Cannon. reguUrs; Marie Bendlxen and Hannah M. Cannon, substitutes. Iowa Buffalo Center, Arthur Fisher, regular; Theodore Fisher. u!tttute. Denison. Zachary T. Hawk, regular; Emms W. Hawk, substitute. Daniel O'lary has been appointed post master at Albee. Grant rounty, 8. I, lr Albert Tenneson. resigned. K B. Schneider of Fremont, national committeeman from Nebraska, Is In Wash Ington. Mr. Schneider tamo to Washing' ton to attend the obseipilrg of the late Senator Hanna and tomorrow leave for New York. S. II. Hurnh.im and wife of Lincoln are In Washington. HOUSE HOLDS BRIEF SESSION Adjonrn for Second Time Ottt of lteMTt for Memory of Hanna. WASHINGTON, Feb. K.-The house con vened fifteen minutes In fore the noon hour today, that arrangements might t.e per fected to go In a body to the S"iinte chamber to participate In the funeral service of the late Senator Hanna. The member returned from the senate shortly after 1 o'clock. Immediately upon reassembling Mr. Payne arose and SHld: As a further mark of respect to th" deceased senator. I move th" house do now adjourn." and the house adjourned until tomorrow. COIt I". A MAKF. Wl.lt" A OPK PORT. (rant Commercial Concession akrd hi Inlted State. WASHINGTON. Feb. IT. Mr. Allen, the American minister at Seoul, cublea the State department that Wiju has been de clared open to the commerce of the wot Id by the Corean government. The l'nlted States' wa the first power, so far as known, to apply to tho Corean government for the opening of WIJu to the world's trade. This action wa. taken while Japan and England were urging the open ing of Yongampho, lying nt the mouth of the Yalu river on tho Corean side. The view taken by the State department was that If we could secure the opening of WIJu, 150 miles up the Yalu above Yongam pho, the effect would be to practically oen the whole of that stretch of river to com merce, so that the project really was much larger than the mere opening of a port at the mouth of the river. WIJu lies on the opposite side of the rlvar and very near to Antung, In Manchuria, which the Chinese government already has by treaty with the United Stales declared to be an open port, although this never has been admitted by Russia. It ia under stood that the oenlng of WIJu Is directly attributable to Japanese ascendency In Cores., for while the, country wa under Russian Influence Mr. Allen, the American minister, was unable to Induce the king to open a single port In addition to Chemulpo. It Is probable that tho State department will at once take steps to have America represented at Wiju by a consul or commercial agent. IMOVF.n, ARIZONA I.AM) FlttlOS. Witness Before Washington Crsnd Jura- Charged with Conspiracy. WASHINGTON. Feb. 17.--J. H. Schneider of Tucson, Arizona, has been arrested on the charge of conspiracy In connection wlih the investigation of laud frauds in the east. The arrest was made at the city hall in this city today by Secret Service Agent William J. Burns, who has been working up the land fraud cases for the govern ment. Schneider was a witness before the grand Jury In this city, which Is considering a number of cases growing out cf that In vestigation. TO HOLD HAW It I V K It 1 CHECK. Board of Engineers Say It Will Take flO,MH to Do the Work. WASHINGTON, Feb. 17-Seeretary Tnft has sent to congress an estimate rmoutit- djig to about .JlQjoOO.OQO HUbmltt'd l)i' ,an engineer board for the Improvement of the Kaw river at Kansas City, so as to re move the possibility of disastrous floods. The army engineer here feel that about twice that sum will be necessary to effect the Improvement, hut the estimate Is trans mitted without change in order that con gress may Itself determine which Is right. Pneumonia In CblcHgo. Over 8,000 people died of pneumonia In Chicago last year. In every case the disease resulted from o cold. Hud the cold been promptly and properly treated at the outset almost every one would have recovered. Thin statement is abundantly proven by the fact that among the tens of thousands throughout this country who use Chamber lain's Cough Remedy to cure their colds, no case of pneumonia has ever been reported, which shows conclusively that this remedy Is a certain preventivo of pneumonia. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has gained Its wide reputation and enormous sale by the prompt and effectual cures of colds and can always be depended upon. FUEL FAMINE IS THREATENED o Trains at Bismarck on Account of Severe Weather and wlsil. BISMARCK. N. D.. Feb. U.-The weather has cleared after a severe blow that has drifted snow badly along the rai'rooda. Through trains from the west are Btlll stuck In snowdrifts west of here and only the eastbound trulu today was made up at Mandan. The Washburn road Is still tied up and a fuel famine Is threatened In this city If tho blockade is not relieved soon. GET WHAT YOU ASH FOR THE GEfJUirJE OASOABETS Oandy CathartJo are always put up In blue metal box, our trade-marked, long-tailed O on the oover tablet octagonal, stamped OOO. Never Bold In bulk. All druggiata, lOo, 25o, 60c, Sample and booklet free. Address Sterling Remedy Co., Oblcaso or New York. m TSTwinnvrvmtuMMmjtjm mkmmuMjmjL - MEXICAN Mustang Liniment rurea Frustbitea and Chilblalaa. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment Beat 111 iu if lur a latne burac MEXICAN Mustang Liniment drive cut uil lutlaiumatloua : I SOUTHERN NEGRO FARMERS Two Thousand RepresentatiToS of Eoutheri Statei at Tuskegee. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON AT C0NFEFENCE Resolution for the IplUtlna, Educa tion and Moral Improvement of Black Brother by Promi nent I'hllnnthroplat. Tl'SKEtJEE, Ala., Feb. IT. Hooker T. Washington called to order the thirteenth annual 'J'uskegee Negro conference in the chapel of the Institute today In the pres ence of moro than 2,000 negro furmers from the Carolina, Georgia, Florida. Missis sippi. lAnilslana ami Alabama. There were also in attendance many men prominent in philanthropic work, including IT. Wallace McKlttrlck of the general education board, Fr. U. S. lUckcrmnn of tho southern educa tional board, Hammond LumoiH of the New York Evening Post, Dr. H. T. Johnson of the Christian Recorder of Philadelphia nnd others of equal prominence. After a session of several hours resolu tion were adopted, embodying the senti ment of the conference. These resolutions declare tho faith of the' conference In ef fort to secure home and land for the negro, the exercise of thrift, keeping out of debt, getting rid of the log' cabin Idea, bulldlrtg of chun lies nrid schools, lengthen ing of thp school term, bullilttig of good public roads, the regular and prompt pay ment of all taxes and making agricultural llfo more attractive-. In connection with tho educational institutions, a high stand ard of morality Was urged, and 'that leach erg nnd ministers be required to maintain the highest standard of living The resolutions dee lit re that the moral condition of the negro race In the south Is Improving nnd that there Is no evidence that education Increases crime among the negroes. They urga harmony and mutual confidence between the races, and thnt the white put a premium upon right conduct and high living among the blacks. The negro is urged to refrain from crime nnd to Join with the whiten In the malntencnce of law and order. SOUTH DAKOTA NEWS. Book Agent Charged with Forgery. HOT SPRINGS. S. D., Feb. lT.-(Secial.) P. D. Piiganettl, who was canvas-lug in this vicinity for Collier & Co., selling hroka, was placed under arrest here Snturdnv night upon advice from Mend? county au thorities. The sheriff of that county came after him and took the prisoner to Sturils. Ho Is charged with.. forgery, tho complaint being that Paganettl forged the names of people In Sturgis to orders for books. When the sheriff was ready to return to Sturgis on the early' morning train he called at the bodroom door of his prisoner, but was Informed by the latter that he would not go and that he would not dress himself. So the sheriff forcibly put the man's overcoat about him and took him along to the dt pot barefooted upon the frost-covered walk, carrying the prisoner s wardrobe in his arms., Tha train happened, to be a hajf hour lale.and Mr. Paganetti concluded that ho had time, to return to Ills, hotel and tdrcas. ,Tbe sheriff accompa nied him and shortly returned and bnarded the train with his prisoner comfortably clad. l'rostres an Sanitarium Building. . HOT SPRINGS, S. D Feb. !T.-(SpeclaI.) The work on the 8tJdlnr' sanitarium has already progressed ii)c,W"mt . hape. a comparatively sinll fjiHo f men having been employed all winter-.'. The weather has been most Iftvoraldfx so nice, In fart, that the contractors egret 'that they had not put on ruore nH-iiinlthough with the unceralnty of having working weather dur ing tho winter the contractors have only had about 100 men employed during the Winter. Yet they have Iot less than a week's work on account of the weather. The foundation are mostly laid and the walls well started on the ward buildings. Everything Is therefore in excellent shape for crowding the work 'a soon as settled spring weather comes, when' a large force of masons and laboring men will be set to work. ' ii Clnrk Take Evans Hotel. HOT SPRINGS, S. D.. Feb. lT.-(Speclal.) H. D. Clark has again, leased the Evan hotel from the Iowa Land company and will open that popular hostelry on May 1. Mr. Clark has had the management of this hotel most of the time since It wa built. In 1K92. and is well and favorably known by the thousand of tourist who come to Hot Springs. He will also have charge of the famous Evans plunge hath. The Evans Is the only one of Hot Springs hotels that has been closed. Rut the other twelve are capable of caring for nearly l.ono people, so that tourists havo had ample accommoda tions. The coming season promise to be a lively one, and the hotels are already mak ing Improvements and preparing for a big business. . I, oar Jen-els Dnrlng Reception, HT'RON, 8 P.. Feb. IT. (Special.) It was discovered on Sunday that three dia mond rings and a diamond pin. the four pieces valued at not less than ft .000. were stolen from the residence of .1. W. Camp bell. Saturday afternoon and evening Mrs. Campbell and friends entertained large u. it isimmi iwisa w usa m ism 10 MEXICAN Mustang Liniment for Man, Beaut or I'tmltry. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment bcala Old Horea qulcklj. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment curva Caked Udder ia cow a. companies of guests, nnd it I known that the piecloas gems were securely put away In a Jewel box In Mr. Campbell's dr.s-er In her private room prior to the arrival of the guests. It I believed they were taken during the evening festivities, but by whom Is a mystery a large number Of people would be gl:d to have solved. Mnnpln MnWes Shortage tinod. PIERRE. S. D.. Feb. IT (Special ) - Ex County Auditor Matipln of Stanley canity (vis amply swured his bondsmen fer all shortage which has leen discovered In his nff;ilrs nnd no one will lose it cent, except Mr. Maupln, who Is doing everything In his power to help straighten out tho en tanglement Into which he nllowed himself to be drawn. The Investigation has de veloped nothing further than the .',i) which was discovered at the time the shortage first became known, and he y that covers absolutely ever.tthltig Think They Hate Itad Man. CHE VENN R. Wyo . Feb lT.-(Ppeclal ) Charles I.nvell .arrived from Ault this morning and secured a horse and buggy which were rented of him last Friday by J. H. Walton, the man who was arrested at Archer yesterday, charged with stealing a saddle horse from F. It. Dlldine and abandoning the animal nt the Rutledgn ranch, near Archer. When confronted by l.avell Walton admitted hi guilt. The. I.avell team was left at the Dlnneen stables here, and Walton made no effort to sell It. The authorities believe the prisoner Is a noted crook who Is wunted In a num ber of western states. Fewer Cattle on llnnaes. STI'RGIS, S. D.. Feb. IT (Special. )-U I stated that tho number of southern cattle that will he placed on the northwest ranges the coming spring doubtless will be much less than In former years. The cattlemen have not made much money the past year on southern rattle. As few as pcsslble were shipped last season because of the extremely low prices prevailing on the various markets, therefore most of the stockmen held over nnd will not bo In the market for cattle unless they are offered a very attractive figure. Arrest Teacher for Aault. ABERDEEN, S. D., Feb. IT. (Special.) J. E. Johnson, a teacher In the Aberdeen schools Is under arrest, charged with as ssult and battery on thp young son of John Wheeler. It is understood Johnt'O.i wiil be prosecuted for other cases of nl leged brutal treatment of pupils. Call Month Dakota Committee. PIERRE, S. D., Feb. IT. (Special Tele gram.) Chairman Crane of the republican state committee will call the committee to gether at Sioux Falls Tuesday evening March S, for the purpose of fixing a date for the next Btate convention. Will Inspect MlllllH. ABERDEEN, S. D., Feb. IT. (Special.) Colonel Bob Stewart of Pierre will inspect the various companies of the First regl ment, South Dakota National Guard, and will bo In Aberdeen to Inspect Company L on February 2G. Elgin and Waltham watches at your own prices. Adler's ruction sale of unredeemed pledges. 8. E. Cor. 12th and Farnam sts. EVENTS ON RUNNING TRACKS Star Rider of San Francisco Gets Ont of Three Mnnnta First 1'Iaee at Ascot. TX)9 ANGELES. Feb. 17. Jockey Hllde hrand. who has been the star rider on the San Francisco tracks, arrived here-.this morning and out of three mounts rode two winners at Ascot this afternoon! The track was very heavy, and picking winners proved rather dltllcult for the talent, and two out of six was the best they could do. Results: First race, five furlongs: Alma Dufour won. El Bamado second, El Dargin third. Time: 1:12. Second race, three and one-half furlongs; Molar won, Sea Air second, Light of Day third. Time: 0:44. Third race, one nnd one-eighth miles handicap: Heir Apparent won. Ollnthus second. Goldone third. Time: 2;00',. Fourth race, one and one-sixteenth miles, handicap: ISals won, Grail second, Wiirte Nlcht third. Time: 1:51 V4. Fifth race, Slauson course, selling: Gold Finder won. Little Margaret second, Ctde brntion third. Time: l:i:P. Sixth race, six furlongs, selling: Cele brant won, E. M. Urnttaln second, Hiiln ault third. Time: 1:17). SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 17 Results at Ingleslde. First race, selling: Fair Lady Anna won. I'olonluH second, Gold Finder third. Tlibe: l:44i. Second race, three and one-half furlong, purse: Steel Wire won. Boh Ragon sec ond. Golden Idol third. Time: 1:43H. Third race, seven furlongs, selling: Georgo Berry won. Hulford second. Instrument third. Time: 1:29. Fourth race, mile and sixteenth, handi cap: Kenilworth won. Modicum second, Jockev Club third. Time: l:4Si',. Fifth race, futurity course, selling: Hnnd press won. Voung Morello second, Hlppon ax third. Time: 1:13. Sixth race, mile, selling: Florestan won. Lou Welza second. Sherry third. Time: 1 :4i-.l?. NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 1T.-Reu!ts: First race, sc en furlongs: New Mown Hay won. Leila second, Maritana third. Time: l:2TV. Second race, six furlongs: Ida' Ray won. Sparrow second, Shaltan third. Time: l:14i. Third race, mile and an eighth: IIuzzMi won. Hand Across pecond (dlsnii'tlith d , The Messenger third. Time: 1 :54v Fourth race, four furlongs. carnival stakes: Arch Oldham won. Delaval sec ond. Dixie Idtd third. Time: 1:4M- Fifth race, one and one-fourth miles, MEXICAN Mustang Liniment cures Cuta, Bnrna, Bruiaca. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment curea Spraina and Stralna. MEXICAN Mustang Liniment ia a positive cure for l'llca. setltnit: Mitusir won. Tain re 1 s- . end. 1'iee Admission tlilrrt Time; 2.f,;.. Sixth race. lv fin lonir. .-elll'ig Juil i won. cinrcmont second, li-is M'Momi tli.id. Time: l;l.tv J with the nowi.i uv On Selleek's alle lisl rvrhi'iK lie Ni tlonnls won two games out of three from I he Colts in the kasne nice. Seine; NATIONALS Kt :'d :m. T.it.it. Tracy 171 i; :'i Alimanson h;T b'T r..' ' J.-nes .ik; pm VI Spniglle 1 a 1 1 e .Vi'l Chandler 1st :-.. 1 ;:; .Vij Totals f..t H'S t7 '1 Ct nl'S 1st. I'll. nd Total. Neale iv.; 1 (;; ;.m; Reed. A Pm 1M l'W -1st Honnell 'JU P..t Ms .";'' Hi.ghe :.'ll lv- '!' ."' Welt V -ri Vf, 177 "v I Tidal 1.0;: 1 V.7 Ml -7.v; On S"iieck's alleys lust (Veiling tho Ar mour's office f.irco defeated tho Cudahy's olflce foi ce three jjames. Score; a r Morns. ll. I'd. .".d. Total. Honnell :...1 107 1I .M Duke -Zl 171 Ps !.M Chuinhn 177 l.' l.;l C Davis 1i; r.'.' 1.;' I'T Tonncman 170 I'ec :.- ."v. Totals vrr. SPH SV L'.Cts CIDAHYS. lsi. -.-.I. 3d. Total. Cochran ivi -Jis 1,7 f.il Buck ": 17i ITS .'.' Olson 1i? I7:i 17X f.': Hvner 17s 17 1':1 r"1 Weber 1J'! 13o ti l Totals ...MT SSI ft.'l :'.M!i Ijist idght on tho Western allevs the Russians acre defeated three straight games by Hie .laiis. Score: THE J A IS. lsi. 2d nd jiil i.'i; Total. r.vi .IN I StapPtihurst '.'''i 2nl Lundstroiii 1n 1"0 I TH ARGUMENT! No one who has earned the title of a master in his profession would risk his reputation by poor work. This applies to AUTHORS as well as to doctors or lawyers. -aaeBjpBjBxaaMaVirVWIM 1 1 n iHiii 1 11 1 l amaailjaai ijiy r for MARCH, contains contributions from such famous writers as JULIET W. TOMPKINS JOSEPH C. LINCOLN KATE MASTERSON MAARTEN MAARTENS ROY HORNIMAN CAROLYN WELLS GERALDINE BONNER Is well worth the earnest GOOD Out to-day I PfflPK Til 19 AND WE WILL 1 I 'bUmE SU US CURE YOU. I k iv ii.i. t i hi: or. Stricture, Varicocele, Emissions, Nervo-Sexual De bility, Impotency, Blood Poison (Syphilis), Rectal, Kidney and Urinary Diseases slid all' diseases and weaknesses of men duo to Inheritance, evil habits, abuse, excesses or the result of sH-ellU' .ir privato disease. Ilv our Hvsltm of elecli icily ami niedlcin combined we euro nulekly, safely snd thoroughly "11 diseases and w-aknesses of men after all otbei-s bss'e f.ii s i. tlur olijecl is iiot so much to do the work that other doctors eniV-do. bvit r.ihor to cure obstinate disiiiises Which they cannot successfully combst. Aft' -that deep knowledare, expi rt skill, vast experic.neo and thoroiiK'h sclentttlc ofllen equipment can Hccompllsb aie now belnK done for those who come to vs. tor the help they need. rOMCI'l TATInM FDTF " 'ou rnnnot call writ f r symptom blank. Offlrs bu lOll lollU i I LL hours, a. 111. to a p. in. Sunday. 10 to 1 only. STATE " MEDICAL INSTITUTE, 1308 Farnam St., Bet. 13th and 14th 8ts., Omaha, Neb. OF CALIFORNIA The bra of those (joIUihsi is from 1,500 to 2,000 years. The Maripona Grove, which can be visited while en route to the Vosemite, contains some of the largest. In the Calaveras Grove are from ninety to one hundred of huge size. Near Santa Cruz in a tssautiful grove of red wood Big Trees which will well employ a day's trisit These attractions are bent reached by the UNION PACIFIC Be 6ure your ticket reads via this line. JSQt'lKK AT 1 1 1! Tlt ht.T ttr'I'M KtRXiM i ihim; Mush '.''' IW 1'n ley im I d 1"J ! I.ehm.ii'.n ...I in 1M To'. lis T'f S.t. S"' :..V:n nrssiANs 1st. ",1 lid Total. Clav 1 lil l'a iN'i Ik. Yates '7; 1V. 1n. S'l Rld.lell 1"T H.' '.!.' "si' Sutton 17' 1,' h"; i.lengele !,; '.'"' I-' Ml Totals :: Nil '-IN '.Ml!" tioi, iie mi l. t ovi it w i . tliiioiiiicciiienl Mmlr by President of the taaoelstlon. NEW VolIK. Feb 1' -Annminc -ioe:l of th following couii.ieis nnd releases ' 'H ide today bv I'n siildil Harry (" P-'-li im i f the National h'agnc an I An.er.cmi association of professional base ball i lubs. ( 'out rac ' With jfiooitljn E. K ViiTidui-" l"ia' E. Dillon. Philip N'adau. James S. heok.tr. I. .lame E Loudetislager. I . E Kiitev. E Rachel, osc.ir L. Jones. Vlrml I. 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