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HE BER, OMAHA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1913.
I i 11 Lase of Maggie Davis to Be Determined by Commission Friday 1IARTINUTON. Neb.. Keb. 19-(Spe-rial.) Tlie question of Maggie Davis canity will be threshed out before n commission at Norfolk on Friday of this week and tho flayer of Ira Churchill of ''this county will either be dismissed as round of mind or will bo detained as mentally and morally Irresponsible. Mrs. Davis has been In the Norfolk Insane Hsylum since her trlul last March and Attorney Millard of this city recently made application to have her released. A commission was appointed by Judge Welsh of the Ninth Judicial district to examine the woman and they reported her sound of mind. County Attorny O'Oara of this county appeared, how ex er, before the court and resisted the application of the defense on the ground that they were proceeding under tho wrong statute. It was the contention 'f tho state that It was not proper to at tempt to secure the woman's release under the ordinary statute pertaining to Insane people, but that the defense should bring habeas corpus proceedings Tho court granted an extension of tln'e In the ense to enable the state an op portunity to prepare Its argument. Theie Is no precedent to guide In this matter, as this Is the only case of Its kind on lecord In the state and there Is only one other simitar case on record In the United States tho Harry Thaw case of New York. Strange" as It may seem, the views of tliu state and of the defense regarding the mental condition of Muggte Davis are almost reversed since her trial, at which time the state held that she was sano and the defense that she was Insap; Now tho state contends that the woman should be detained In the Insane asylum and the defense wants her released a-! being perfectly rational. Maggie Davis was twice tried In Cedar county for the murder of Ira Churchill of Coleridge. On tho first trial she wus frnvlnteirl Till, Hia nana U'nH finnpnlpil and on the second trial she was ac Viultted on the ground of Insanity nnd was committed to the Insane hospital at v'orfolk. KEARNEY WlLiTvOTE ON PARK BOND ISSUE KEARNEY. Neb., Feb. 19.-SpeclaU Tho city council, at their meeting on .Monday nigiu. msiruciea me ruy imui ney to draft an ordinance for tho voting of n $10,000 bond Issue, for the purpose of enlarging the city park facilities. Tho . ...Ill I t I 1. 1. It t .. I. nil before the voters at the regular spring election. The lund to be condemned for this purpose will be the block west of the postofflce, Jthe block north of the court house and a tract adjoining the chautnun.ua grounds In the northern part df the city. The establishing of parks In these locations will give Kearney the best parking system of any city of Its doss In the state. I lHOMel Primmer Arrrstcd. IWlRllUnY, Neb., Keb. 19. (Speclal.) Deputy Sheriff Pat Shea and Chief of Police Dodge succeeded In capturing W. If. Donaldson, former night policeman of Kalrbury, at the home of his father-in-law, rtussrrian, In the north part of the city yesterday. Donaldson recently broke Jail at Table Itock. lie was serving a sentence for Jumping a board bill of $15 at Table Itock. Donaldton served as night policeman of Kalrbury for two ears, but wns requested to resign. Fifty Thousand Dollar Blaze at the Town of Heartwell j MINDKN. Neb.. Feb. 19.-(Speclal Tele gram.) Flro destroyed the entire busi ness portion of the village of Heartwell, this county, last night, except the hard ware store and the lumber yard. The fire originated In the livery barn, and with a high north wind, spread to tho south and west. The total loss Is estlmaWd from $4S,O0O to $50,000, Insurance Is about $2T,00O carried mostly In the Fidelity, Phoenix, Springfield Fire and Marine and the St. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance com panies. The losses follow: George S. Vleth, general merchandise, loss, $3,500; Insur ance, $700. Horn Brothers, general merchandise, loss, $10,000; Insurance, $8,000. Sharp Implement company, loss, WOO; Insurance. $4,000. 11 awes and Donly. barber shop and pool hall, toss, $5,000; Insurance, none. Wlillam Jason. livery, loss, $1,500; In surance, $1,100 Hoss hotel, loss, $1,900: Insurance, none. Fred Hurst, empty building, loss, $100; Insurance, $150. Postofflce, loss $200; insurance. $150. Smith meat market, toss, $10,000; In surance, $700. George Doers, drug store, loss, $1,500; Insurance, partial. Heartwell State bank, J. It. Hainan, loss. $2,500; Insurance. $2,000. Burlington depot, loss, $2,000; no Insur ance. PLATTE RIVER RUNS FULL AND MAY BREAK S00N NORTH BUND. Neb.. Feb. 19. (Special.) The Platte river Is bank full and run ning over the Ice and through well worn channels. No flood Is expected this spring, but the river is liable to break up at any time unle there is frcexlns weather. Work on the new steel Platte rlVor bridge has been retarded lately on ac count of the water, which made It Im possible to get the concrete pier built. Work is again In progress and the last span of the bridge Is being constructed. The dyke remains to be built which will connect the wagon road, on the north bank with the bridge, re-establishing travel and communication between Dodge and Saunders counties, which has been off since the flood of last March. The Ice on the Platte river suddenly gave way Monday as the uriuge gang were walking back to their work after dinner. Four of the men dropped into the chilly water, where they could not touch bottom, and with great effort man aged to hold to the edges of the fragile Ico until rescued by Foreman Reed. They returned to town, secured an automobile and went over by way of Schuyler, mail ing a trip of ubout thirty-two miles to reach a point about eighty rods distant. Farm sales in the vicinity of- North Bend will number about twenty-four i r the month of February and the amou.it of the sales averages $3,000 or $4,000 each, making a total of about $90,000 for the month. Most of this is for live stock. hordes, cattle and hogs. The high school debating team went to Schuyler last evening to debate with the class of that high school, "Tha City Com mission Form of Government." They are contending for representation in the Inter- high school debate. Secret Service For State Militia (From Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. Neb.. Feb. l9.-(BpoelaJ.)-AdJutnnt General Hall has Inaugurated a secret service bureau In connection with tho National guard of Nebraska Whenever any company Is not showing up as It should or Its officers appear H guard or of the adjutant general's staff be not doing their duty,, an officer of the Is detailed to go In cltlxen's clothes and look up the matter for the purposo o' getting next to conditions. COLUMBUS MAN LEADS THE SONS OF VETERANS manifestly unfair to use It ns the txisls of comparison of local rate To tile of t'nmiinrlson. "The following table shows a wiil rurtsoil of tho Iowa rates used by Mr. Keckley for the purpose of his bill and those ucU.iilly In voruc In th stnte of lojva, the rates being bssed on 100 pound shipments: Keckley Correct Keckley Correct mst. Kate. Hate. Kale, iiaie. Miles. to 100 150 !T0 m SCO NO r.o -Hay 4. 4.S .! 7.52 8.S 10. 12. 14. 5. 7.7 9.4 it. 12. 15. 17.6 COPLEY' PLAZA HOTEL BOSTON Ooo bhMk (ram Dwk Hr Sutloni eavcnicDt to ihqppint, theilr ua residential dittrlcti Boston's newest hotel. Under same manage ment as Hotel Plaza, New York. Prices for rooms and restaurant most reason able considering excellence of appointments ami serw'ce. Sintflo Roomi with Bath, $3.50 to $5.00. Double Rooms with Bath (two pertons), $5.00 to 58.00., Special prices quoted for pro longed stay. FRBD STERRY, Manila Dlraataa J. C UVIN. Mutiw COLUMBUS. Neb., Feb. 19.-(Spec!al Telegram.) The twenty-ninth annunt en campment of tho Nebraska division, Sons of Veterans, closed Its session here today. The forenoon wns taken up listening to reports and at the afternoon session the following officers were elected; Division commander, H. B. Heed. Co lumbus. Senior vice commander, G. A. Eberly, Stanton. Junior vice commander, 11. M. Tyson, Tobias. Division secretary, A. C. Boone, Co lumbus, Division treasurer. 11 P. Dussell, Co lumbus. Division chaplnln, C. 15. Davis, Omaha. Division patriotic Instructor, 11. G. Strother, otumbus. . Division council. H. W. Hogers of Fre mont, Bert .1. Galley of Columbus, C. H. Avery of Spalding. The location of the next division en campment was left to tho division coun cil and the appointment of a delegate to the national encampment will be made by the division commander. A communication from the Grand Army of the Hepubllc asking that the next Sons of Veterans division encampment be held at the tnmo time as the Grand Army state encampment, with a view of estab lishing closer relations between the two orders, wns disposed of by Instructing tho division commander to attend the next Grand Army of the Hepubllc encampment as a representative of the order nnd con fer with them. NOTES FROMTEATRICE AND GAGE COUNTY 50 100 150 rtxi SMI :oo S50 too -Wheat Com- 4. It) 5.41 6.3S 7.2 8.0 8.9 9.92 10.S 5.2 C.h 7.9 9. 10.1 11.2 12.4 13.5 BURIAL OF VICTIMS OF ACCIDENT HELD BBATIUC1C. Neb.. Feb 19.-(8pecinl.) The Fannors' institute closed at Wymore yesterday nnd COO people heard the lec tures and were Rervod with dinner and supper by tho committees In charge of the affair. These officers wen: V. J. Itced president; Dan Delehant, vice presi dent; D. W. HoiiReman. sccretury; G. A. Kinney, treasurer; H. Lncy, James Craw ford, L, Smith. Gerald (Jerdcs nnd George Comroe. executive board. John G. Graber and Miss Seva E. "Voder, both of Ellis, nnd Geoige W. McCowan and Miss Emma Hoover, both of Be atrice, were married here yesterday by Judge Wallden. ' H. L. Goblo yesterday filed a suit for divorce against his wife, Emma Goble, charging her with extremo cruelty. Mrs. Gobln left the city a few weeks ago, and It Is reported that she Is at Grand Island. ALLIANCE, Neb., Feb. 19.-(Speclal.)- Funeral services for the three men who lost their lives by the explosion of nn en gine on the Burlington near Provo, S. O., were held Monday at' the Methodist church, Darling's undertaking parlors and the home of Charles Sundstrom, at tended by relatives, friends and felloe- employes. The body of .Engineer G. F. Johnson was taken to the home of hH mother at Ipswich, S, D. ; Fireman Georgu T. AVhecler to his ofdNhome at Jacksoi, Mich., and Brakeman Charles Sundstrsm to Rockwell, Neb., accompanied by ht widow and two small children, Repre sentatives of the Brotherhood of Locomo tive Engineers, Firemen and Trainmen, tho different orders to which the men be longed, accompanied the remains to b present at the final services. Alexander C. Ross, a ranchman aged o5 years, died here today of a complication of diseases. He leaves a widow and a son and daughter to mourn their loss. Rev. Mr. Ware of the Episcopal church officiated at the wedding of Frank H. Bronkhorst and Miss Alma Weldenhamer, daughter of Superintendent W. M. Weld enhamer of the Burlington, at tho Weld enhamer home last ovenlng. ALBERT GULLI0N DROPS DEAD IN OVERTON OVERTON, Neb., Feb. 19,-(8pecial Telegram.) Albert Gulllon. a hardware dealer here, dropped dead at 12:43 ytoday of liear failure. Mr. Gulllon has been a resident 'of Overton for a number of years and was formerly In the drug busi ness here. Deceasod was a nieinber of the Masonic and Independent Order of Odd Fellows lodges. fi.M C..4S 7.G 8,04 9.7S 10,8 11.92 12.9(1 8.3 8.1 9.5 10.S iO 14.9 15.2 Potatoes 50.... 100.... 150.... KA.... 260.... 500.... 3M.... 400 .. -Apples- 6.(5 7. K.72 4.S 5.W 7.33 s.ss 10.1 12. 14. 16. C. 7.2 S.2 11.1 13. 15. 17.5 9.0( 11. W 13.i 16. 18. .30. 8.1 11.3 14.2 17.1 20. 22.5 25. Oats 4.1(1 5.44 0.32 7.2 8.90 9.92 10.8 u.J IS.S 7 9 9. 10.1 11.2 12.4 13.5 t'nll Flprnres AVronu "Mr. Keckley. It will be seen. 1ms quoted forty-eight schedules, everyone of which Is wrong as compared with the ac tual rate taken from the lown tnrlff sheets. As has been said, where Mr. Keckley made litn error was In taking an exceptional Instead of the standard rate qf lown for his basis of computation If the 80-pe.r cent Joint rate In Iowa was staudiml, then Mr. Keckly's figures would bo correct, but that Is not tho fact. "As to net earnings per mile, while, as lias been shown. Mr. Keckley has taken figures In Iowa for whose reliability Iowa's own railroad commissioners refuse to vouch. In Nebraska he has taken fig ures which combine Interstate and state business, and apparently quoted them as state only. Therefore. It Is wholly wrong to say that tho net earnings per mile of all Nebraska railroads are $3,351.03. Much of this Is through traffic, and It would have been but fair to the citizens, for Mr. Keckley to have shown this In his bill. Ilnllronils Conipnrr. "The railroads venture to make a few comparisons of rates not mado by Mr. Keckley. For Instance, tho present rate on wheat from Fremont to Omaha. Thirty eight miles. Is 6.37 cents per 100 pounds. Under tho Keokley bill It would bo 6.1 cents. In Kansns a rate for like distance would be 6 cents. In Iowa C.9. In Illinois, 5.6, in Minnesota, 5.5,; and in Missouri. 7 cents, more In every case than In Ne braska under the proposed revision. On corn for tho same distance tho rate In Nebraska is 5.52. Under tho Keckley bill It would bo 4.42. In Kansas it Is 6 cents, Iowa, 4.9. Illinois, 5 cents; Minnesota, 6.5 cents and Missouri, 6 cunts. More again .In . every state than the Keckley bill would allow. "Similar comparisons have been made In the caso of the other farm products, as well ns coal hard and soft. The coal rate proposed by the Keckley bill would be, for Instance, S9.76 cents pur ton from, say Central City to Oinalm, whereas the present rate Is $1.12.2. In Kansas the cor rcbpdndlng rate Is $1.55, In Iowu the name, Illinois, $1.56; Minnesota, $1.50 and Mis souri, $1.25; Nebraska's present coal rate, It will be seen, Is far below tho rates In these other states and Mr. Keckloy would make a still greater reduction. "The general feeling In the various URGE OMAHVS ADVANTAGES Messrs. Kennedy nnd Rosewfttcr Again See General Wood. EXLAINP FACILITIES HERE Xrnntnr llrnnn Introduces Kill Pro tlillna Mnrrlaiir Mhnll Not V fleet 1 1 oiiK'itrnil It I Klit of I'erooim Who Mndr t'.ntrlro. (From n Stuff t'orrispondcnt WASHINGTON. Feb. !9.-(Speclnl Tele gram.) Messrs. Kennedy and llosewster today at the suggestion of General Wood left a memorandum on behalf of the Com mercial club of Omaha with the chief of staff setting forth the advantages of Omaha as a railroad center and the de sirability of Increasing the number of troops nt present stationed at Fort Crook and the enlarged use of Fort Omaha to meet the purposes of tho reorganization of the army. They also took up the availability of the army building at Omaha and urged that In view of Its location a lurrgoi number of staff officers than nt present assigned to Omaha should be considered In connection with the Increase In the number of troops stationed at Fort Crook General Wood while noncommittal ex pressed himself ns friendly to the Gate City and Its envlions nnd said hu would keep tho memorandum before hlin In the event ohanges In the location of staff officers In the Omaha division might be agreed upon. Mr. Rosewntcr took up with Secretary Nagcl today at tho Instance of Omaha lelutlves the caso of the Hcuchcr family, now In Ithc mmlgrntlon detention station nt Galveston by reason of a report made by the examining physician recommend ing that the family be not admitted to the country on account of physical de fects on the part of one of Uio members. Secretary Nagcl after hearing Mr. Rose- water decided that the matter of iuIiiiIh- ston should be left to an examining bonrd to be appointed at once. There was moru activity about tho war and navy departments today than at any time since tho Mexican situation became acute, Indications strongly point ing to the fear of a crisis to meet which army nnd navy, officers were In frequent consultation as to the manned In which effectually to put a stop to the revolu tion and the consequent brlnglngabout of pcaco between the contending factions, IIIII for lliinipstrnil UIkM. Senator Brown introduced a bill today providing that the marrlngo of persons who hnd previously made homestead entries should not affect their homestead lights. Scnntor Brown also Introduced an amendment for Benator Hitchcock for an appropriation of 75,000 for a public building at Falls City. Mrs. II. A. Vound and daughter of Ne braska City, who are visiting her son, Frank, a newspaper cartoonist In this city, called on Reprcscntatlvo Magulro today. Representative Sloan recommended to day the reappointment of Annie Austin as postmustcr nt Deshler. You're Biiiou! Your Liver and Bowels Arc Inactive "Cascarets F,urred Tongue. Had Taste. Indigestion, thing that Is horrible nnd nauseating. Snllow Hk n and Miserable Hrndaches A Casourct tonight will surely straighten como from a torpid liver and constipated j ou out by morning a 10-ccnt box will bowels, which cntiso your stomach to be-! keep 'your head clear, stomach sweet, come filled with undigested food, which , liver and bowels regular and make yolt feel cheerful nnd bully for months. Don't forget your children their 1Ittl tours nnd ferments like garbngo In n swill barrol. That's the first step to untold misery indigestion, foul gales, bad bienih yellow sk'n, mental fears, every. ItiSldcs need a good, too, occasionally. gentle, cleansing. CANDY CATHARTIC '30 '25 Omaha To Omaha To Oregon, British Columbia, California, Washington Utah, Central Montana, Southern Idaho On Way Rates. March 15th to April 15th THROUGH SERVICE TO THE COAST 4:10 P. M. From Omaha 11:35 P.M. From Omaha 6:40 A. M. From Omaha Knsl I'nqer Sold. W1CST POINT, Neb., Fob. 19.-(8peclal.) Christ Schlnstock, the local manager of the West Point Speed association and president of tho stato body, has sold the celebrated pacer, Tommy Ganz, to a .horseman of Sauk Ce.njcr. Minn. In the stales is that it would be unwise. If not meantime Mr. Schlnstock lins made nor Hurt nt Ftrr Drill. KEARNEY, Neb., Feb. 19.-(Speclal.) Frederick Small, a 9-year-old ison of H. A. Small, a local druggist, was badly hurt here yesterday when he fell from a fire escape while going ithrough. the flro drill exercises at the school house. Small was sliding down the " escape,' a "canvas contrivance which Is fastened at( tho window at the top, and held by, -two of the school boys at the bottom, wjille thi students slide down the chute. The boys released their hold, letting him' fall tu the cement walk below. Impracticable to engage In any compre hensive rate revisions until the United States supreme court rendered Its de cision In the celebrated Minnesota case, In which the lower court denied the right of any state to make rates In conflict with Interstate rates. This feeling must surely obtain In Nebraska, If not nlso In Nebraska's legislature." The Persistent nnd Judicious Use Newspaper Advertising Is the Road Business Success. several Important additions tu his string of flyers to be placed on the tracks of tho circuit during tho coming summer. Persistent Advertising Is the Road to Big Returns. Mornrnn Continue o Improve. NEW YORK. Feb. 18. J. P. Morgan continued to Impfove In health todny, according to a cablegram sent by him from Cairo, Egypt, to his son, J. P. Mor gan, Jr. The cablegram' said Mr. Morgan was "feeling better nnd much stronger" today. Safctr MertlnK nt Fnlrbnry. FAIRBURY, Neb., Feb. 19. (Speclal.) Employes representing every class jf service on the Rock Island assembled In the offlco of the division superintendent here Tuesday evening to attend a safety "first" meeting. Superintendent A. V. Kelso of the Nebraska division presided, and several topics relative to the pre vention of personal Injuries to employer were discussed. A number of suggestions for the Improvement and efficiency -jf the service were also considered. 1 I LESS BOWEL TROUBLE IN OMAHA Omaha people have found out that A SINGLE DOSE of sln.ple buckthorn bark, glycerin, etc., as compounded In Adler-l-ka, tjSe German appendicitis remedy, relieves constipation, sour stom ach or gas on the stomach INSTANT LY. This simple mixture antlseptlclzes the digestive organs and draws off the mpurltles and It Is surprising how QUICKLY It helps. The Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.. 16th and Dodge, and the Owl Drug Co.. 16th and Har ney Advertisement. CASE OF DESTITUTION FOUND AT HARTINGTON HARTINGTON, Neb., Feb. 19,-(Spe-clal.) A terrible cose of poverty and destitution was discovered In this com munity this week when Dr. Dorsey was called to attend two children of T. D, Martin, who were suffering from pneumonia. It was found that tho family, which consisted of six persons, was absolutely destitute of the necessaiies of life. There was no stove In tho house, no beds, no food nnd the children were sleeping on the floor, half naked. Tho family occupied two rooms ,and there were twenty-eight people altogether In the old, tumble-down l.ouso where they were living. The needs of the family were at once supplied, but help came too late for the two sick children, two boys of 6 and 11 years of age. who died shortly after the physician arrived. The children were burled by the county Tuesday after noon. Mr. Martin is a hard-working black smith, but on account of the mild weather has been unable to cam' a living for him self and family this winter. mm VOL It C'OIjIjAKH comk homh IjAUNDKKKI) With 'VHhVKT KDOK" KHO.M 1 KImMCIWNPRYBI Tho "wasnwora" oi in uoms. Ericlyvllle Man Ends Life. GRAND ISLAND. Neb., Feb. 19.-(8pc- clal Telegram.) U. A. Gomme, a middle- aged man from Kddyville, was f-und dead In a room at the Altoona board IK house today. A ,32-callber revolver wa firmly clasped In his hand, the bullet having been discharged through tho roof of the mouth Into the brain. Relatives at Eddyvlllo have been no tified. No cause for the act Is known hero or to be surmised from any of his personal effects. ROADS COMBAT FIGURES (Continued on Page Three.) Notes from Lyon. LYONS. Neb., Feb. 19.-(SpecIal.)-Chrls Peterson died at his home north west of here yesterday, aged ! yours He formerly lived In the German settle ment south of this place and had many warm friends who will greatly miss hlin C Vincent Is organizing a Farmers' Grain company at this place. A num ber of farmers have taken shares. It will require seventy-five shares of $1U0 each before the organization is com pleted. There are five elevators here and the supposition Is that one of these will be purchased. Tvu Women Injured, NORTH II END, Neb., Feb. 19.-(Spe-clal ) Mrs. Jennie Moyer and Mrs. Frank Uerry each suffered a broken arm ves. terday vhen they were thrown from aland dres not exist nt all In Nebraska, V. . . . ......... V, . I linwMM . . .. , . I ... . I.,.. . . 1 1. I r, 1 1, .laU. . I. I - I at an automobile driven by two boys. I is not a local rate, so that It would be down to 'date with thr. Qualification that tho snld tablo cunuot command confi dence. The figures representing expenses nnd not earnings Include many estimates mado by interstate carriers. These estl mates are mode on purely arbitrary bases ior ine envision Deiween siaie ana inter state business, which both DUbllc offl clals and the representatives of the car riers concede to be of very little worth. Tho unreallabtllty of these statistics Is further emnhaslzed hv the nresent ran. fused condition ns to the rules concerning the division of earnings and expenses. Tha figures gtvenn nbove for Iowa are either grossly inaccurate or else the revenues nre. very much . different from the revenues in the rest of the united States. Cnllrd Unrellnble "The commissioners, then go on to say that since these figures are" not vouched for by cither tie state or the railroads, and are so wholly out of all comparison with the figures In the rest of the United States, 'ive cannot recommend that' much credit shall be given to the aforesaid table.' A comparison of the rates quoted by Mr. Keckley from Iowa with those founi In the official Iowa reports at oricc shows that Mr. Keckley; Instead of tnkng the standard intes for his basis of reckon lug, has taken what Is called in Iowa an SO-per cent two-or-more-llne Joint through tariff which the Iowa com n'lsslonen, prpvlded for roads Jointly par ticipating In a shipment. Tho rate Is ex ceptional and Infrequently used In Iowa, Steer Straight Headwork Wins In Sport or Business More and more successful men and women are pay. ing attention to what they eat. Brain workers particularly require food that sup plies the elements Nature demands for rebulding the Brain and Nerve tissues destroyed daily by mental and physicial activity. Grape-Nuts FOOD made' of wheat and barley, is rich in these vital ele ments, including the organio Phosphate of Totash necessary for the healthy up-keep of body and brain. A regular dish of Grape-Nuts and cream is the well-balanced morning ration of thousands of people who are steering their lives into success and comfort. "There's a Reason" Gracsra sell Grape-Nuts. OVHItliANI) KXI'UKSS: Electric lighted train for Denver, Salt Lako, California, with through tourist sloopors to hoa AuroIch anil 8an Francisco, via scenic Colorado. NOUTHKKX PACIKIC KX1MIKSH: Electric lighted, train via direct Northwest main lino, with through tourlHt Blooper aorvlco to nutto (Holona), Portland, Spokane, Tncotna nnd Seattle. COLOKAW) LIMITKD: Electric lighted fast train, arriving Donvor noxt noon, making all wostern con nections. ft HEAT NOllTHKHN' KXPRKSH: For tho Northwest through chair cars and tourist Blcepers to Montana, Washington, Pugot Sound. DKNVKIl WMlTEl): The famous "Number 1." Day light rldo on tho flnost train' from tho EaBt to Denver. So extra fnro. Lt nt tell tou how you oan Join tfc Burlington through totfirlst slespsr axourslons, via th aetata and lntsroitlnB- war- leaflets "To th Qrsat northwest" and "California Excursions." ,1. It. ItHVNOMlS, City Passenger Agent 1B03 rnrnam Btrast, Omaha. PLAIN GARDEN SAGE NATURALLY - FADED, GRAY HAIR Restores Its Lustre, Prevents! Scalp Itching; Dandruff and Falling Hair. That beautiful, even sliailo of ilnrk, slossy hair can only be hud by brewlntr mixture of Sskq Tea and Sulphur. While It Is a mussy, tedious tBBk It 'm11 repays those whoso hair Is turning gray, faded and streaked. Your hair Is your churni. It miil;s or mars tho fnce. When It fades, turns gray and looks dry, wispy and scragutv Just an application or two of Sage and Sulphur enhances Its appearanco a hun dred fold. Don't bother ,to prepare tho tonic: you enn, get from any drug storo a W cent bottle of "Wyeth's 8ago and Sulphur AND IS HARMLESS TOO. ltulr Hemdy," ready to use. This can always be depended upon to bring buck the nntural color and lustre of your hnlr and Is tlio best thing known to removo dandruff, stop scalp Itching and falling hair. Rvcrybody chooses "Wyeth's" Sage and Sulphur because It darkens so nat urally and evenly that nobody on tell It hits been applied. You simply dam)ou a sponge or soft brush and draw this through the hair, taking ono small strand at a time which requires but a few mom ents. Do this at night and by morning the gray hair has disappeared and ater another application It becomes beautiful ly dark and appears glossy, lustrous and abundant. It certainly helps folk loot;, years younger and twlco as attractive, says a well known down town druggist. Sherman & McConnell Drug Co., 102 So. 16th; 321 So. 16th; 307 N. 16th; Mth and Farnum Sts. Advertisement. ' r -'f t i ttPitcity roitiiera Your printed mutter is absolutely without value if it is not read.. If It Ib well Illustrated, you will be sure people will read It. Furthermore, a picture often -tolls' tho story at a single glance. If you have your cuts and illustrations' made in a newspaper engraving plant, you may be certain that they will print well. The requirements of making cuts for news paper illustration aro so severe that it re quires the very best ability and machinery. Our artlsta, our plant, 'consisting of the finest, nowost and latest equipment, antUqur skilled work men, are .at your conimand at the vpry lowest rates for all kinds of art and engraving work. Bee Eudravitirf Department BEE, Q Vly X. U I N (JJ O M AHA