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TITfi BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, A FT? XL 17. 1011.
to tiavrl to rrach tli li l'y may h i n?-ri1 Mudrro la shl to rtnrn from s rmo!p Pm! c.iiy Bcceihi from chihuhu It Ik now n-r Mad-ra. the terminus of I the Wxkn Northwitern railroad, or about ISO mile from hre. ' KEMI,K TKK TO FKDER . L9 Rdifh Ok Mare to l.rt I nllrd fates Officer Urn Throaafc. ACTA rUfETA. Apr'J lfc.-Aflrr a ton ' ference with Colonel fhunk. commamjinic the Amwtan troor her, Colon"! Medina, the Inntirrrcto Jefe of Asua I'tirla. r mltfd an automobile carrying two Ameri can to through the rebel lines toward the federal ramp, The Americana In the automobile, which file the American flair, are Janifa T. Williams of Tucsoi, formerly Cnlled H.ite civil service coinmlaaloner, and Charles McK-an. forintily of the t'nlted States army. Mi Kean. It waa learnt d. had been offi cially i-oiamiasloned by Colonel RhunK to carry a written nieasair to Tieynaldo Dluz. In command of the federal force. McKean and William proceeded directly to the camp uf the federals and delivered the message to rMai. tMa receipted for the uiesHKf and aasured. McKean that eTery precaution would be obne.rvcd to prevent firing Into Douglas. Dial was attended by the rurales chief barron, Colonel C'hlapa, and other tff officers. The Americans returned safely to Douglas. KIUHTI.; BKGIX A E K HAllHU .Inares Helleied Threatened with Attack bf Inxarrertoa. EI, PASO, April 1.-Klghtlng, which Is believed to be preliminary to a general attack frn Juarez, began this morning, seventeen kilometers ssuth, near Bauche, and bat been In progress all day. The latest Information here late today was that the battle mas still in progress, but With what advantage to either side was ndt slated. Information regarding casual ties Is equally meager. In uplte of the nei-nen of actual fight ing, there la a lack of excitement In Juares and El Paso, such as" elated at the time Bf Ueneral Oroxco's advance on Juares and hla battle with General Rabago at Bauche. However, precautions are. being taken by Mexican and Inlted States officials for the protection of noncombatants. General Navarro today notified American Consul Kdwards that an embargo would be placed on all traffic from the United States. The Kl Paso chamber of commerce also con ferred with Colonel Bharpe, commanding the T'nlted States troops here, relative to the protection of this city from an ex perience similar to that at Douglas, Arls., during the battle of Agua Prleta, when Americans were killed by bullets from across the border. Today s fight opened when 100 federal cavalrymen were ambushed by insurrectos. The federals wet's later- Reinforced by 100 Infantrymen and fifty cavalrymen from Jtiarex. The Insurrecto" force Is estimated l 500 . ? ' -,A ... The Insiirrectos came ' from the aouth on a train and took heir position In a well protected canyon, while the federals fought in the open plain;. However, the rebels declined ro take the offensive throughout the day, being content to meet the federal assaults. Late today the fed erals sent to Juares for a field piece with which they hoped to. be -able to dislodge the rebel forces.-. , . Tha commanderrof ipslfederal forces at Juares Insist' that hs do not believe It Is the main' rebet array ..near, tiauche and that an early attArtt 60 Jtiarex is not to be feared. Notwithstanding th-ia view, to day's fight ls closer(.tp juares .than the battle of Bauche, Kebjruary t, when General Oroace wrecked the ran,on whch General Habago WBSJri'vellng to Jaares with federal reinforcements. The latter is again marching to the relief of Jaures, having left Chihuahua several days ago. Unless he arrives shortly the general belief here is that tbe rebels will attack Juares. Late today American, rortderus et of Kl Paso telephobed' thit 'they could hear firing across thS'MexIcari line. Mexican military authorities In Juares state posi tively that none of their troops are along the river and are unable to account for the firing. lb Blevstf nt Good Health. Can not be over estimated and any ail ment that prevents1 la a menace to health. J. L. Southers, Eau Claire, Wis., ays: "I hava been unable to sleep soundly nights, because of pains across my back and soreness of my kidneys, sty appetite was vary poor and my general condition was much rua down. I have been taking Foley's Kidney Pills but a short time and now sleep as sound as a rock, my general condition Is greatly Improved, and I know that Foley's Kidney Pills hava cured ma. For sale by all druggUts. EITES OF ORDER GIVENT0 PUBLIC (Continued from First Page.) ship and bandages tha Injury with tha whit handkerchief taken from tha basin. Each new member admitted must pay to tha contalullo fifteen lire (W) as an en trano fee, half of which goes to the bead of tha Camorra and tha other half to a fund for tha purchase of an banquet. When there Is such a deep-rooted antago nism between the candidate had hi oppon ent that one of the twe must fall forever, the duel or tlrata la termed "of the bos." la such cases all the knife trusts must be directed towards the upper part ' ef fhe body or the head, as In a duel with raplera. These duels, however, are rare. Meet Weaaerfal HeaJlag. After suffering many years with a sore, Amos King, Port Byron. N. T.. was cured by Bucklen's Arnica Salve. . 25c. For sale by Reatoa Drug Co. Byrd's Nursery Cherry Trees Boa if your name appears in The B want nd today offering Byrd's Nursery Cherry Trees free. You. don't have to advertise to get it. Find your name and the gift is yours. The Bee is also giving away today: ,t O'Brien's delicious rgady. Farrell'g fine syrup. Updlse's tin flour. Amertcaa theater ticket ; laws on irrigation revised - i Eighteen New Meaiurei on Water l Rights at Lait Session. OFFICIALS ARE WELL SATISFIED Price, (Mate Knalneer. Re a la. Ilnns ew l Kffeet Will Pro ilare Iteventie and AM Developments. (Kiom a Staff t'orrepondent.) LINCOLN. April 1 ( Special.) A set of elKhteen comprehensive Irrigation measures were pawed at the recent session of the legislature, nearly of which were Intro duced by Senator Hoaglsnd of North Platte. All of the measures had the emergency clause when pawed by both houses and became laws when they were approved by Governor Aldrlrh. The bills were the product of the legis lative committee of the State Irrigation as sociation. The men who drafted them were J. J. llalllgan and J. G. Poehler of North Platte. W". P. Kyron of Gothenberg. V. W. Williams and 'H. U. Hunt of Bridgeport. Kred Wrtglit of Scottsbluff and O. W. Gardner of Gerlng. The step forward that western Nebraska has taken In the last two years has made a more sail factory system of Irrigation I legislation neceHsary and 'on that account! men who lived In that part of the state interested themselves In the matter. Most of those directly lnterted assert that the state now has a thorough and efficient set of laws and declare that the solving of the water problem will be simplified In the future. The secretary of the Stale Irrigation board, State Engineer D. D. Price, also says that the state now has a workable and revenue-producing set of Irrigation laws. Several changes were made under the new laws In the schedule by which fees are collected for water usage. AVhers the former fees were 12 straight they are now as follows: For storage reservoir, 15 per 5,0(10 acre feet; water for Irrigation, to per 1,000 acres; for power purposes, li per 50-horse power; for any other useful pur pose, 15 and expenses; for proposed dams, 60 cents for each foot in height and actual expense of examination. l PRKMK t'OI'RT t Al EMilR Mat vf (bum that Will He tailed for Hearing This Week. (From a Staff Correspondent.) ' IJKCOLX, April l.-(8peclal.)-The su preme court has announced that the fol lowing cases will be called for hearing tlila week: Monday. April 17 Miller against Ilauna, Lancaster; Justice against Uutton, i,jn caster. Gilllhand against City of Omaha. Douglas; Whiteside agatnst Atluns Uxprets company, Douglas; Gordon against H ra iling. Douglas. Tuesday. April 18 Cooper Oo!e Ilros. avinxt Cooper. Lancaster; Harper ki'iiki llsrner. Platte; Holloway' ana'nit Tllison, Huffa;o; Drainage District No. i. Itic.'iortl son county, against Bowker, Richardson; t.t.ff aralnst Htate, Otoe. Wednesday, April 19 Fenton against Trl Stuts Land company. Scott's Mluff, Mc Carthy against Renedlct, Holt; I.srson against Chicago 4 North weatmn Ra'lwuy coinpany. Holt: Harrington against Hed lund. Holt; Tyler against Wlnd'r. Mndixon. Tliuianay, April 20. Hawe against liig glns, CtiKax; Miller against Miller. Drucl; Hill against 9w1ft. Cheyenne: McManus agalr.vt Burrows, Colfax,; W.Ihoo agalnrt Wilso.t. Gosper. Friday, April 21 The Omaha Cooperage com puny against Central Atates Cooperate company. Iouglas Howell against Bow man. Douglas; Howell against Bowman. Douglas; Mueller sgalnst William V fitoecker Cigar company, Douglas; Wilson against State, Custer. john nixsMORK "keab, obath atton Mas la Dtsftrtai Coaditiaa from m Cold. - LINCOLN. April l. Special.) John B. Dlnsmore of Sutton la seriously 111 at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Matteson, In this alty. His physicians say that he Is making a brava struggle to reetst, but they declare that It Is only a question of time until he will succumb. Mr. Dlnsmore came to the city about a month ago and soon after his arrival was taken sick. A severe cold with complica tions and a dropsical con dltlon have fi nally resulted la prostrating him to such a degree that his recovery Is unlooked. for by his relatives and friends. PROF. DAVlSflON IS HI HIKI1 Faaeral af Heatd a)f AsTrlealtarel Cel. lege Held at l.laceln. LINCOLN. April U.-(SpeolaJ.) The fu neral of A. R. Davlsson, tha late principal of the University SchoM of Agriculture, was held here this afternoon at the family home. Rev. M. A. Bullock conducted the services. . Chancellor Avery, Deans Davis and Burnett. Prof. Barber. Dr. P. L. Hall and Superintendent A. H. Water ho use were the pallbearers. Burial waa In W'yuka cem etery. A large number Of friends, students and former pupils of the deceased professor attended the services. Dr. Davlsson came to the University of Nebraska In 189s and has been with It since then. He was M years old. Bom In Craw fords vIHe, Ind., he was educated at the Indiana state normal, studied at Purdue and took his A. B. at Nebraska In 186. From 1898 to UH he was head of the New Mexico Agricultural school. He was editor of the agricultural student paper, "Agriculture," secretary of the State Prison association, a Mason, a member of the Wilghts of Pythias and a Phi Beta Phi member In the Nebraska chapter. : Sersaea tei Uradutea. LINCOLN, April (Special.) The bao calaureate sermon of tbe graduating class of the university school of agriculture waa delivered tonight at the Temple theater by Rev. I. r. Roach of St. Paul's church. A large crowd of friends and students of the school were In attendancs. In opening his address, which was upon "A legltl- Sidney Smith Toastmaster at Good Fellowship Dinner Sidney V. 8mith will act as toast master at the big Fellowship dinner at the Rome hotel Tuesday night. Refusing to meet the rental asked by the Auditorium company the Commercial club has concluded to hold Its big good fellowship banquet In the Rome hotel. At the audi torium 1.510 guests could have been cared for, but under the present arrangement the list will he cut to 700. In that connection It Is uraed that reservations for nests be made before Monday noon. None will be ' accepted after that hour. The dinner will be given at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening, and a charge of $J will be made for each ticket. A ticket admitting one non member guest will be issued without extra charge to each member. The following program has been arranged for the evening: Toast master. Sidney W. Smith. Toasts and Responses "Live Ones," Rev. John Matthew; "Dead tines." Dr. V. M. Davidson; "New Ones." F. J. K.lllck. Stunts gottet. up by George !. West and Frank T. K. Martin. mate Monopoly." the speaker paid tribute . . ! . A . 3 . U - -..1 1 DAr A I.' I IO me -ti vl mo rinuwi. x .v... . v . .. Davisson" who had only this afternoon been laid to rest in the cemetery not fur from the place he had spent the last fifteen years of his life. TO HOOSK EM AMPMKT MTK Board of Nebraska National tiaard Meets April 24. LINCOLN. April 1. (Special.) The mili tary board of the Nebraska National guard, General E. H. Phelps of this city. Colonel F. J. Mack of Albion. Colonel G. A. Rberly of 8tanton. Brigadier General Ktorch of Fullerton. and Colonel J. M. Blrkner of this city will meet here April 24 to decide upon the date and location of the annual encampment to be held the' coming sum mer. It is thought that the men will be taken to Ashland as for several years past, but It Is understood that two . or three other cities are anxious to entertain the guardsmen and a change might be made in their behalf.- According to statements made at Adjutant General Phelps office, the maneuvers will In all probability be held during the latter part of August. EASTBR SERVICES AT FA I R III' R Y Appropriate Services Are Given in Various t'hnrcbes. FAIRBURY, Neb.. April 16. (Special.) Easter Sunday was appropriately observed by the rhurcl.os of Falrbury- Easter serv ices were appropriately observed at Em manuel church and the church was deco rated as befitting the greet festival and pedal music wss rendered. Knights Templar services were held at this church st J p. m.. Rev. Mr. Moor officiating. The Methodist church Sunday school as sembled In the auditorium and gave a short Esster program. Afterward Rev. Mr. Gilbert baptised a number of Infants and adults. The evening exercises consisted of Epworth league devotional exercises at T o'clock and then, a sermon by Rev. Mr. Gilbert on 'rthe Right Bide." Special Easter music was given at the Baptist church and a program rendered by tha Sunday srhool at (.46 a. m. Rev. Mr.-Taft lectured-tn the evening on "An Easter Emblem." Both the Christian and Presbyterian churches rendered musical programs In the evening, which were given by the Sunday school pupils, assisted by the' church choir and orchestra. The Bower Christian church, located sev eral miles north of Falrbury, also gave a special Easter program. FA1RBIHV Ml.MCIPAl, -AFFAIRS Mayor Makes Appointments and Council Selects Committers. FAIRBURY. Neb. April 16-(. Specie I.) 81nce the new administration of Falrbury took charge of the municipal affairs of Falrbury Mayor Frank E. Tlncher has made the following appointments. City en gineer. Glen LeRoy; city physician. Dr. A. J. Coats; water commissioner. George D. Meyers; street commissioner, Frank Arn old; chief of police, S. W. Dodge; .night watchman. G. M. Baum; teamster at fire' station, I. Vj James,; chief fire department, Arthur Richardson; garbage master, James Bills. The office of city attorney was left blank for the present, but Mayor Tlncher will fill the vacancy later on. These ap pointments were Immediately confirmed by the city council. The following comml.tees were also ap pointed: Finance comrol.tee, W. II. Barnes. e. Brainard, A. P. Llndell; street and alley committee, T. A. Johnson, 8. Brainard, p. E. Bone; sewer committee. J. P. Mergan, R. C. Anderson, D. K. Bone; fire company committee, 8. Brainard, H. Conerus, R. C. Anderson; light and water committee, II. Conerus. W. H. Barnes, John P. Mergan. OXFORD AFTER FARM SCHOOL Several Hendrrd Hlgaers to Petltloas Were Seearea Satarday. OXFORD. Neb.. April W.( Special. )-F. A. Mitchell, J. A. Divan, Roy Moore. A. E. Kmlth. P. H. Gupton, Adam Walters, O. l fitruve tnd C. L. Anderson presented pe titions to the people of the towns along the St. Francis branch yesterday asking the Board of Public Iands and Buildings to locate the new agricultural college at Oxford. They secured several hundred names and found the people anxious to do anything they could to help locate the school here, this being the most acces sible town to them of any of the places asking the location of the school. The Oxford public schools are the sec ond In the state to apply for space In the educational building at the state fair this fall. The exhibit will be prepared during the remainder of the schojl year. Baakers to Meet at Tekaaaah. TEKAMAH, April 14. (Special.) Group three of the Nebraska Bankers' association will hold Its fourteenth annual convention here Snlurday. April 22. W. B. Hughes, secretary of the Nebraska Bankers' asso ciation; W. H. Bucholx, vice president of the Omaha National bank, and H. A. Gooch. cashier of the First National bank of Sioug City, are among those also will make addresses.'' II. M. Hopewell of Teksmah Is president of the association. Kaster Services at Doaae. CRETE, Neb.. April It t Special.) Ap propriate Easter services took place at the First Congregational church this morning and evening. I i rector K. S. Luce of the Doaae Conservatory officiated and waa asslated by Mrs. Luce, Mies Lindsay and Mr. Dick, bis associates, and different pii;lls of the school. Dr. Cowan preached. Prlaelaal af Schawl Arreetad. MORRILL. Neb.. April li.-tSpeclal.-Yeaterday C. V. Thome, principal of the schools of thla place, waa arrested upon complaint of Luther Murphy, who alleges that he fears Thome will kill hi in. Thorns was taken before J. O. Woodman, a A '-Ny ' SYDNEY W. SMITH. ; JJ justice of the peace of this county, and upon a number of witnesses being ex amined, defendant was held to the district court. The Justice fixed the bond at S-.W. but defendant failed to furnlKh same, anil he waa turned over to the Bheiiff under a mittimus. Tliorne han been having con siderable trouble In the administration of the schools, which Is largely .the cause of his present predicament. .Nebraska News otes. DESHLER At a tneetlnu of the school board Friday evening Miss Ruby Clark was re-elected1 as teacher of the grammar department; Miss Edna Clark, intermediate, and Miss Julia Pomercy of Fairfield was elected as primary teacher. TEKAMAH John H. Sherer Saturday afternoon before Judge Gcurs pleaded guilty to the charge of assault and wan sentenced to a term of five years in the state penitentiary at Uncoln. The victim was a young girl at Oakland. TEKAMAH I nlted Btates Marshal Wil liam I. Warner was here from Omaha yesterday afternoon and served a subpoena an H. 8. M. Bprlelman requiring his presence ut New York, April 'U. to be Interrogated as to his knowledge about his purchasing United . States stock. Mr. sprielnian was induced to buy quite a block of stock and the government wants to know the metUuUs employed to Induce him to buy. GOTHENBURG A deal was closed on Monday whereby Bird Potter acquired" a controlling interest in "the Bartholomew drug stock, and will continue business at same location under name of Potter Drug company. Dr. Bartholomew finds It neces sary to seek some less confining occupation. GOTHENBURG Caroline Seger. born In Sweden eighty-four years ago, died at her home April 6 in thin city. 8he leaves a (laughter. GOTHENBURG Members of Gothenburg fire department met and organized a base ball team. George Wltklns was chosen manager and Joe Lucb elected captain of the team and expects to develop an un usually fast bunch. Practice will soon commence. HILDKETH W. 8. Holmes, organiser of the Federation of Retail Merchants, met local merchants at the Franklin County bank for the purpose', of organizing a branch here. Practically every business In town was represented and all present Joined. , H1LDRE1 H-Thr. recent election stirred up a saloon flgbt- ,' Prior to the election all was quiet. Threebet(tlons were In the field. Fretag and Philips of Hastings, Northrup of Upland :nd ' Ed Meyer of Hildreth. getting buayn immediately after election. They found tthard to get the required number of signatures, but the first two named were successful. FAIRBURY The Sunday closing of the Falrbury post off I, e went Into effect Sun day as a result of an order received from the postmaster general. Under the new order of things the delivery windows will remain closed all day Sunday. One clerk will be on hand and the incoming mall will be distributed in the boxes. The public will have access to the' lobby of the office all day Sunday the same as heretofore, so tha tthose who have boxes mav get their mall. PoHtrSaater Shelley states. that this Sundays closing will give eighteen people their Sunday at home. This proposition was voted, on at a special election held la Falrbury March 27. , 3. M. Howell, a popular druggist of Greensburg. Ky.. says. "We use Chamber Iain's Cough Remedy in our own household and know It Is excellent." For sale by all dealers. John Paroubek Vows Vengeance on Those Who Took His Child Father of Girl Takes an Oath that He Will Not Stop Until Daughter is Recovered. CHICAGO. April l.-(Speclal Telegram.) Vengeanoe on the kidnapers of bis little daughter. Elsie, was vowed today by John Paroutek, who haa aided the police in the futile seven-day search for the miss ing girl. The father took an oath that he would not stop until he had recovered his daughter and punished the kidnapers. "They have taken from my grieving wife and me all the happiness we ever had hoped for la the world." Paroubek said, "and I coma of a race that does not rest until there is vengeance. The police hava helped me In every way possible and I have not despaired. I know that I am going to meet the kidnapers face to face." While the Paroubek search was extended through northern Illinois, southern Wis consin and northwestern Indiana, a thorough dragnet waa thrown out for an other search In Chicago. It was belteved that gypxies had taken the girl; that they might have beoome alarmed at the close ness of the search- and smuggled FJbIb. Into some hiding place In rhicaan Inspector Heary believed, however, that me Kidnapers were trying to move away from Chicago with the girl. That the girl, not ransom, was wanted was Indicated by the absence of any com munication demanding money from the parents. One of the latest clews regarding the missing girl came today from Summit, III. Minnie Plgash. who lives near the city hall in Summit, saw a golden-haired girl with a band of sixty gypsies. She notified her mother, but before further search could be made the nomads had been or dered out of town because of an offer of ne of the gypsy leaders io buy a girl outright from a summit cltisen. Safe Mealciae (or t hlldreu. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound la a safe and effective medicine for children as It does not contain opiates or harmful drugs Tha genuine Foley's Honey and Tar Compound la la a yellow package. For sale by all druggUta. - T") 1 S 11 Some colds are worse than JlSQCL KOlCLS others but are bad Do not neglect them. Treat promptly, vigorously. First of all, ask your doctor about taking Ayers Cherry Pectoral. Then do as he says. WrVH' 'FACTIONAL WAR IN D. A. R, Spirited Time Expected When Daughter Meet This Week. RECEPTION STARTS CONVENTION Many Candidates In tbe Field for the Important Offices, Karh One ' Hmlnx Army of Stanch Followers. WASHINGTON. April Id-iSpeclal Tele aram Factional wars are fast develop ing In the National Association of the Daughters of the American Revolution anil the advance Riiaids of delegate arriving In Washington for the convention this week come prepaied for valiant campaign work, as the delegates airlve. One of the first of the prominent mem bers to arrive was Mrs. William Cummins Storey, candidate for presitlcnt-Rcncial, who opened 'adqiiartei at the New Wll latd Thur sday ami the hotel has been the Mxnc of activities since. Invitations have been Issuetl for a large reception to Mis. Story on Tuesday after noon from 1 to 6 o'clock. It will be given by the state regent, the state vice regent and members of the Daughttis' of the Ann i li an Revolution of the state of New York In the red parlor of the New Wlllard. With banners flying the Daughters are at riving on every train and have crowded the hotels, while on every hand the cam paign Is being discussed with avidity. Mrs. Donald McLean of New York, who hits been in Washington with headquarters open since Wednesday, It I said, cherishes presidential honors. Four Presidents lirnrrsl. A feature of the opening sessicn of the congress on Monday will he the presence of four presidents geneial on the blae - Mrs. Matthew T. i-'eott. the nniirlmit e..n ral; her s ster, Mrs. Aldal Stevenson. Mrs. John V. Foster and Mrs. Donald SH'Lean. Besides these there will be the president of the United States and William A. Marble, president of the Sons the American Revolution. Supporters of Mrs. Matthew T Scott . making enthusiastic claims with regard to ner re-eiection as president general of the society. The strongest excl'etnent was caused to day among the Daughters of both the Scott and Storey factions when dispatches were received from Chicago to the effect that the Chicago chapter, the largest In the organisation, has switched to the side of Mrs. Scott and will send Its delegation to Washington with Instructions that they cast their votes for her. Mrs. Lewis Torbott. regent of the Chi cago chapter, has been known as an ardent Htoreylte. She has a large follow ing In Chicago. She crested a sensation at the meeting of the chapter when shs stated In a speech before the members that she had decided to cast her vote for the present president general If It were the will of the chapter that Mrs. Scott be re-elected. Some of Mrs. Scott's closest frl.nds allege that Mrs. Ionald Mclan while apparently working in the Interests of the candidate she placed tn the chair has In reality prepared a boom for herself. This has been publicly denied, both bv Mrs. Scott and Mrs. McLean. To Visit President Taft. .hWh..th' ,dom'nar"'' "t Mrs. McLean In the National society as In additional factor the Storeyites who have lately gained trength. see shipwrecks nhead. Mrs. Mc Lean has a reputation for "breaking" the opposition candidate which appals them. Because of the very dread it implies, the story, luia gained ready credence, and not ven. the patent friendliness of Mrs. Scott end the honorary president general can af fect It. , ... , Mrs. McLean la constantly advising with Mrs. Scott, and apparently is as deeply con cerned in her lntereats as ever. An Interesting addition to the general tangle is the circular recently issued by Mrs. Fark of Georgis, who has been fre quently named among presidential possi bilities. She opposes Mrs. McLean. The president and Mrs. Taft will receive the delegates at the White House Wednesday and Thursday the election will take place. All the states are engaged in civil war over the vice presidents general to be nominated. James Hall. PIERRE, S. D.. April 16.-(.sPeclal Tele gram.) James Hall, one of the of Hughes and Stanley counties, dropped u "is morning at the home of his daughter, in Rapid City, where he was visiting. The body will be brought to Fort Pierre for burial. Foley's Kidney Pins contain in concen trated form Ingredients of established therapeutio vajue for the relief and oure of all kidney and bladder ailments. Foley's Kidney Pills are antisceptlo. tonlo and re storative. Refuse substitutes. For sale by all druggists. Natural Laxative Water Quickly Relieves : Biliousness, Sick Headache, Stomach Disorders, and CONSTIPATION Farm Hortgagos Bearing Interest at 5 per cent on lands within 20 to 50 miles of Omaha. HO TAXATION W. B. MEIKLE Ramge Building. OUR ARTIFICIAL EYE MAKER Will be with ua May 1st to 4th. Ky Made to Order. 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Detroit' meet popular hotel, rineet cafe west of New Ttrk. POSTAL HOTEL COMPANY FRED POSTAL. rreaUeat. "B Acrv Uf Uui Wktr. Thinking about buying land? Want to know the oil and climate beat suited for certain farming? Our Land bureau gives free information about oil. climate, conditions in all parts ot tbe country. We have gathered data and can tell you what you desire to learn. Write the Land Information Bureau, The' Twentieth CenturyTariner. Omaha, Neb., today and your questions will get prompt attention. Free Infoporiia4Ioi 1 mud Manmgirt Rttee. II. 60 per day ad up. I Nothing better at ear rates. r. . GOODMAN, Secretary. U ort living.' J. It's But tt Fun n bMM n ii i i sTi a i i ii