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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 17. 9l
WORK AHEAD OF PARLIAMEN1
Considerable Unrest Discovered Ir
Irish Nationalist circles.
London, Nov. 15. On tlio eve or Hie
reassembling of parliament thcro Is a
kooiI deal of unrcHt In Irish National
1st circle, tho optlnilfiin ko wldolj
provAlont ten days ago hiivlng given
way to less rosy vlowa.
Indications multiply, though tho;
may bo deceptive, that when Mr. Ah
qultu fttcofl tho commons tomorrow he
will not Immediately fling down the
glove to the Unionists on the much
tlon of tho lords' veto, hut will ndopl
a tomporlxlng policy. Ho will be
supported by nil elementn In the cab
lnet with a vlow to enrry over until
tho Kobrunry bobsIoii final discussion
of the various measures to reform the
second chnmbor, Including tho Hose
bory bill of Belt reformation.
Such tactics would imply that Uul
four has Riven tho prime minister as
surnucca of such action or Inaction
on tho part of tho Unionists ns to ren
dcr It Impossible for Mr. Redmond ta
turn out U10 government, ns ho repeat
edly has Bald he would do If definite
BuarnntooR of home rule were not
forthcoming immediately on the runs
sembltng of tlio commons,
WHEDON FILES BRIEF
Nebraskan Argues In Favor of Bank
Washington; Nov lG."Vhat the
depositors wunt to know Is that their I ot tll(5 tyoronoco company, Oroat Har-
CONDENSED NEWS $
Tho death of James Frothlngham
Hunnefll, tho author, was announced
Labor lenders in Prunes plan n fight
upon the program outlined by Chi
Tlio Nobel prize for chemistry Imb
been nwiinltfil to Professor Otto Wal
Inch or tho University or Goettlngon
The Panama nntlohal assembly up
proved 11 losoliitlou Instructing tlio
executive to recognise the republic
Tho third now stnr to bo discovered
at thu Harvard collogo observatory In
tho last six weeks was announced by
A now road record wns mado at the
Bnvnnunli auto meet, 70.55 miles an
hour, liy David liruco-Urown, the win
ning American drlvor.
John 13. Redmond, chairman ot the
Irish parliamentary party, returning
from ti tour of tho United States, ro
ceived ovations at Cork and Dublin.
Ootornor Carroll ot Iowa appointed
lafnyctto Young, editor of tho' Dos
Moines Dally Capital, United States
H"iintor to succeed tho lato J. P. Dol
Charles B Kohl, aged fifty-six,
president of tho Western Vatulovlllo
Manageis' asuoclntioii, died suddenly
of neuralgia of tho heart at Oconomo
Secretary of War Dickinson will
lecommeiid In his unnuul repot I the
purchase of five or ton military aero
planes for use ot tho signal corps of
Rov. Dr. Charles Hummer Durch,
archdeacon of Richmond, Staten Isl
and, has been elected bishop suffragan
of tho Protestant Episcopal dlocoso of
Wilson Potter, son of Colonel Thorn
as Potter, Jr., a millionaire, who Is
dvlng nt Atlantic City, won a 5,000
mile race with death when ho arrived
there from Alaska.
Tho three robbers, believed to be
Itnllnus, who stole 10,00u In cash and
checks from It. J. Hlnos, paymaster
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Of the Week
Tho annual horse show In New York city and the national live stock show In Chicago will keep the breeders of blooded animals
busy until Dec 8 talking of the respective merits of their horses, cattle, sheep and bogs. King Albert of Belgium was sur
rounded by mob at opening of parliament, who demanded universal suffrage. Margaret Anglln, tho famous actress, Is seriously
lit In Chicago. Pletro Mnscngnl, tho famous Italian composer, Is coming to the United States to produce his opera "Ysober
for tho first time next month. Mrs. William O. Story baa started her light for the presidency of the Daughters of the American Revolution. This Is an an
nual fight In which mnny of the prominent society women of the country tako part.
Uopobtts nre secure; tunt tnoy can got ri,,gton. Mass., are still nt largo.
tneir money wnen may can ior u
This legislation Is Intended to afford
them that assurance."
This is the burden of.to jjrlutod nrgu
xnent tiled in the supreme court of the
United States by Charles; 0. Whodot
on behalf of Nebraska In defense ol
tho constitutionality of the statute
guaranteeing deposits in bankB. Qra
arguments ontlu) validity of this anc
Blml)aJojufitJpent8 In OUlahp'niu' u"mJ
Kausas, win bfc heard before or aflei
the' Christmas holidays, The statute
1b defonded against tho attack that II
conlllctV with the Declaration or Inde
pendenco and tho Ncbrnsku constitu
tlon. Inthnt It Interferes with tin
rljjht to pursue happiness, Including
tho pursuit of any lawful tvoeat Ion.
Mr. Wjhedon Holds thut II liad been
loft to the states to determine what
tends to promote, not" only tho public
health and morals, hut the public wel
fnro and fcnfety.
1 Two Men Burned In Hay Loft.
' Chicago, Nov. 15. Thomas Honne
fcerrj and Charles Kruogei', trapped ti
A hay loft, wore burned to death and
& dozen families, scantily attired, llei
Into the cold when lire destroyed h
tarn In tho rear of GGtt West Forty
seventh street. The merihad boot
nkeping In the hny loft, and neigh
bors nnd flromen wero unnwnro 01
their presonco until tholr charred bod
iospvere found In the ruins.
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O U S E
Exports of Foreign Merchandise
Largest In History.
Washington, Nov. IS. T$xports ol
foreign merchandise from the United
States in the fiscal year 1010 wero the
largest on record, their value having
been $35,000,000, against V-M0O.OUU
Even with thu large increase shown,
foreign merchandise contributes a
Binall proportion of thu total exports
from the United States. Thus, of the
$1,745,000,000 worth of exports during
1910, forelgu merchandise contributed
135,000,000, or but 2 per cent ot tho
total. This condition Is in marked
coitrast with thut obtaining iu the
commerce of the Unltfd Kingdom Of
the exports of that country tu the
year which ended with June, 10.10, ag
gregntlng $2,4G2.000,000, $187,000,000,
orv'ao pr cent of the total, represented
tho value of foreign and colonial mer
PfiEPARTTO FIGHT PACKERS
Lawyers Work on Evidence In Change
of Venue Case.
Chicago, Nov, 14. No papers were
filed by the government in answer to
the packers' petition for a change oi
veuue from Judge Land Is. but it It
expected that before tho hearing
Wednesday the Issuo will be raised
squarely by a formal denial of the
truth of the statements on which the
packers based their appeal.
luch binges on the meaning and
use of the words "causu or contro
versy." In the packers' petition they
are used as if synonymous, while the
government contonds that thero may
be- several causes In the same gen
oral controversy, that each cause may
be distinct, and that the participation
ot the judge as counsel iu one will
not bar him from acting In a judicial
capacity In another, particularly when
that other 1b different In parties, differ
ent in facts, and separated by a
lattae of fifteen .veqrs.
f Olfford I'lncnot has appealed to the
president for permission to tlio n brief
in thu CutinlughniuAlnska coal land
claims. He declares tho president
alone should net upon theso cases.
John Dutilhoo, a railway couductoi,
was sentenced to Hervo one year In
prison and pny u fine of $1,000 for as
sisting opium smugglnrs, In tho Unit
od Htutjis illstrlaJL court Iu St. Louts.
Jamea Porker, a wealthy negro
fnrinor,. wns murdered In his home at
IlHtchlnsui;. Kan Parker Is believed
to'havo boon robbed of tho proceeds
of u Bale of lino llvo stock by the mur
With a bullet hole through tho head,
the body of Hay Mason, labor official,
residing at Knlamuzoo, Allen., was
found In n marsh on the outskirts of
Warsaw, Ind. Ho Is believed to have
Leigh llhodiiH. arrested at Kant St
Louis on a chnrgo of burglary and
who confessed to having shot nnd
killed Dr. W. P. Miehnelis and Anton
Helblg In this city, was brought tu
Chicago by Chicago detectives.
The Kansas agricultural college la
sending out a warning to ovory fnrin
or In Kansas, asking that steps be
taken nt once to exterminate the
chinch bug. The bugs are now: guth
oring Into the winter qunrters.
A vocal library is the latest Idea in
Prance. It is being Installed In the
Hlbllothliiuo Natlonale, Paris, and
consists of n collection of grnphophone
records of words spokon or sung by
grnet nuthors, orators, singers and
Prolonged rains in eastern Prance
have swollen the uftluentu of the Seine
and the steady rising of the big rlvei
has caused uneasiness In the lower
sections, Tho suburbs of Paris In
tho vicinity or tho river are already
Might ly Hooded.
A warrant charging Thomas McCoy,
right end or the Ucthany college root
ball team, with murder In connection
with the death or Captain Rudolph
Munk of tho West Vlrglnln university
team, v as Issued by Magistrate Hobbs
The action followed the inquest.
Plve twin. Including one described
as the "Uov. Claude Severance," were
arrested by pobtolllce Inspectors at
New Yoik, charged with using the
malls to defraud through El Progresso
Hannun company and Us fiscal agent,
flio International Finance company.
The New Mexico constitutional con
vontlon disregarded the advice given
by Theodore Roosevelt to make a
constitution easily amended and adopt
ed an artlclo requiring two-thirds ol
each house to pioposo an amendment
and n big mujorlty of the electorate to
In nn effort to check the wave ol
criino. In which eight persons have
boon shot by robbers In tho last Ave
days at Chicago, the police depart
inent sent fifty reserve men into the
outskirts of tho city with orders ta
search aud arrest all persons sus
pected ot carrying weapons.
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The Greatest Musical Comedy of the Season
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The One Decided Novelty
Creations of the Season.
A GREAT TEATURE
The "Dance Du Vampire"
A story without words based
nn Tvinlitif's linnm. NTnvoi'
shown hitherto outside of the
GRUBER & KEV
THE MUSICAL DUO,
Playing on the Greatest num
ber of instruments over seen
A Supporting Company of Excellent Merit. 12 Musical Numbers.
Special Scenery (or every net. Admission, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c.
The runniest Comedy liver Seen.
That si eoial Car Load of "Kurtzmann" Pianos has already been unloaded In Alliance.
There were SIXTEEN pianos in that car, and a goodly portion of them are NOW on exhibition on the floors of our Alliance7
In several large announcements recently, we TOLD you that these were SPECIAL pianos; purchased SPECIALLY for our
Alliance store; to be'sold at SPECIAL prices to early coiners. rrTTr .. .P , , t
Did you SEE theso instruments yet? NO? Well then, you SHOULD see them if you have an ear for tone, an eye for beauty, .
The Kurtzmann" people of New York City BUILT these pianos, and they builded oven better than they
and THAT is saying a GREAT deal
The "kurtzmann" makers are as anxious as WE to get a foothold in Box Butte county; they KNOW thorp will bo' hundreds
instruments sold in your neighborhood in the next few Seasons, and they are AMBITIOUS enough to want THE1K piano to !be .
tho MOST prevalent.
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And tho Kurtzmann people gave us substantial nssisiuucu uu mm v.n ... ...,lu.., ,,.,., o.muuu wm ihiuuiow enougn
at we can afford to "cut into the Alliance market" by "cutting into the price of pianos. e,rir . r
We don't know as we will EVER bo able to quote the SAMU prices agam on piuuub ui mis oi-iiau graue; we don't know
handsomer case designs will be put on the market by ain 1 maimer; wu uoh . iouiie iu ever again lurnisn you as exquisite
a toned instrument at ANY price. . AV - U1 . AQT.
THIS forms a REMARKABLE Christinas opportunity ior you; you winmmu wiw iiv-q ivoa
for these "Kurtzmann"
pianos; you CAN meet the terms we will arrange if you make up your torVmi7a r 1 11 1
There are "young folks" in your home, no doubt. They will go into ECSTACIES of delight over a piano as good as ANY of
these "Kurtzmauus,. Why not buy a GOOD instrument for them? If you are Possessed of only a comfortable" amount of money
you can even then LET GO of some of it if it moans PLEASURE for OU and YOURS.
Your son or daughter has the NATURAL craving to be accomplished; to be able 1 to blllNE ns an entortahier in society; a
Government May Sue for Oil Lands.
Washington, Nov. 12. Attorney
General Wlckei sham, by direction ol
President Taft, has begun nn Inquiry
to determine whether 6.000 awes ol
valuable oil land In California were
known ? coutaln oil when patented
by the Southern Pacific Railway com
pany. If such is the case suit to re
cover will bo Instituted.
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Seek out our Alliance store as EARLY ns you CAN. Ask Mrs. J. T. Wiker, our loail manager, to show you these SPECIAL
"Kurtzmanns." Have your export musician friends PLAY a few selections upon them. KNOW wliut a delightful CHRISTMAS
GIFT one of these instruments would MAKE, and LEARN what a modest , 1 pure ts asked 1 for them. '
But do it QUICKLY! Others liave their eyes upon this choice lot of sixteen They will not remain UNSOLD very long.,,,
It's Your chance. YOUR bargain opportunity on the KIND of a piano you SHOULD have in your HOME.
How about it? Will you net now? .
The Bennett Co.
ALLIANCE, - ' - - - - NEBRASKA
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