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PLATTS .MOUTH SOU-WEEKLY JOURNAL.
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HENRY BOLLN DIES
IN OMAHA AT AGE
From Tuesday's Dally.
Omaha, Neb., Oct. 18. Henry Bolln,
formerly treasurer of Douglas county,
ilied Monday afternoon at 1042 South
Twenty-ninth street at the age of 68
years. Mr. Bolln had been a resident
of Omaha for forty-seven years. Fun
eral services will be held at the H. K.
Darken chapel, Twenty-ninth and
Leavenworth streets, Wednesday aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock, with burial in
Foiest Lawn cemetery.
Mr. Bolln during his early years in
Omaha engaged in the grocery busi
ness first in the partnership of Bolln
& Sievers and then alone. He was
captain of Company H, Nebraska Na
tional Guard, which was mustered out
in 1SS2. He was on duty during the
trike at the smelter of that year.
Mr. Bolln was an incorporator and di
rector of the old German Savings
He was county treasurer from 1885
to 17 and from 18S9 to 1891, and
city treasurer from 1891 to 1895. get
ting in financial difficulties in the lat
ter year which caused his resignation
and prosecution. He received a pardon
from Governor Dietrich in 1901. Mr.
Bolln represented Douglas county in
the house of the legislature in 1881.
"THE PRINCE OF TO
NIGHT" AT THE PAR
MELE MONDAY NIGHT
Full of pleasing melodies, and of
feiii.g an amazingly lavish produc
tion. "The Prince of Tonight," en
hanced by the prestige afforded by the
presence in the title role of Tom
Arnold, should live up to its record
as a phenomenia! magnet for the
playgoer when it appears here at the
Parmele theater Monday night, Octo
ber 2. The large cast of principals
in support of Mr. Arnold evidences
the choice of the best to be had in the
mu.-ic-al comedy field, and the chorus is
a typical beauty gathering of girls
who can sir.g ami dance, and make the
audience wonder if the producer
cornered al! the pretty girls in the
country. As the prince of the mythi
cal land of I.ur.itania. wherein he suc
ceed in winning the girl of his heart.
M Arnold presents a portrayal with
al! the mischievious twinkles, apt wit
ticirms and bubbling good nature that
v. on him so trong a regard in the
hearts of theater-goers.
TEACHERS IN ANNUAL
CONVENTION IN OM
AHA NOVEMBER 3-;
Fmm Tuesday Dally.
The ai.nua! meeting of the Nebraska
State Teachers' association will be
held in Omaha November 3 to 5, in
elusive. Association headquarters will
be at the Rome hotel, and meetings
will be held at the city auditorium
The Omaha Symphony orchestra of
100 instruments will give a concer
under the auspices of the Omaha Com
merical club Friday evening, Novem
ber 5. The presiding officer of the as
sociation is R. J. Barr of Grand Is
land, president; other officers are
A. P. Hillyer of Beatrice, vice presi
dent; John F. Matthews of Grand Is
land, treasurer, and E. U. Graff of
Among the visiting speakers will be
Dr. E. C. Elliott of the Uirvrsity of
Wisconsin, Dr. Paul Shorey of the
University of Chicago, Prof. Frank M
Leavitt of the University of Chicago,
Dr. William Lyon Phelps of Yal2 uni
versity, and Dr. C. A. McLaughlin i
the University of Chicago.
Among the speakers from Lincoln
who take part in the sessions are:
Dr. G. W. A. Luckey, St its Superin
tendent A. O. Thomas, D. J. A. Beat-
tie, Chancellor C. A. Palmer, Oenn
Charles Fordyce, Prof. M. H. Swenk
Chancellor Samuel Avery, Frey M
Hunter, Prof C. W. Pugsley, Dean E
A. Burnett, Principal V. G. Mays and
During the sessions ihe-v will he a
meeting of the Nebraska branch of the
American school peace league, cf
which Dr. G. W. A. Lwekay of Lincoln
is state chairman.
Mrs. D. F. Crook Getting Along Fine,
From Tueday' Dally.
The many friends of Mrs. B. F.
Crook will be pleased to learn that she
is getting along fine and continues to
improve. Mrs. Crook underwent a
severe operation in an Omaha hospital
recently, and to learn that she is re
covering so nicely is very pleasing
news to her friends.
THE DOVEY INJUGTION CASE
ON IN THE DISTRICT COURT
From Tuesday's Dally.
This morning a session of district
court was held by Judge James T.
Begley, and the Dovey injunction case
came up for hearing before the court,
and the matter thoroughly argued be
fore the judge. This is the case where
in G. E. Dovey secured an injunction
against the estate of Jane A. Dovey
from levying on the store of E. G.
Dovey & Son, and on the sheriff from
serving an execution issued by the
county court in the matter. John L.
Webster of Omaha appears for G. E.
Dovey, and Messrs. C. A. Rawls and
A. L. Tidd for the Jane A. Dovey
estate and the sheriff of the county.
MISS BERNICE NEW
ELL ENTERTAINS FEW
OF HER LADY FRIENDS
From Tuesday's Dally.
The pretty home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Newell, on West Marble street,
was the scene of much merriment last
evening when their daughter. Miss
Bernese, entertained a few of her lady
friends at a delightful evening ken
sington in honor of Miss Elva Doug
lass of Bassett. Neb., who is visiting
at the Newell home for a few days.
Most of the you is; ladies brought their
fancy work an.1 proceeded to spend
the evening plying the needle and
crotchet hook in a very industrious
manner, as they listened to selections
rendered by the Victrola and engaged
in pleasant social conversation. During
the evening a dainty two-course lunch
eon was served, which was likewise
most thoroughly enjoyed by the
guests. A few more moments devoted
to a little further social time and then
the guests, noting that it was getting
very late, after thanking the hostess
for her kind hospitality and express
ing much pleasure in having had the
opportunity of meeting Miss Doug
lass, they departed for their homes,
declaring Miss Bernese a splendid
BEGIN SUNDAY AT
From Tuesday's Dally.
Our annual revival meetings will
begin next Sunday, October 21th. It
will be a time of blessing. Our at
titude and action will say how much.
Suppose we sottie it to sacrifice f"r
three weeks. The subjects are work
day ones. There will be ?io evangelist,
but the pastor. He is no lunger new.
We have the best musical talent to be
found anywhere to assist us. We v. :!!
use the best song book published. The
results are in the hands of the mem
bers. What will we do? May I sug
gest? Pray, expecting something. Do
it much. Come every single night.
Settle that. Invite some one every
day to become an open disciple. Write
personal letters. Attend stocked with
pointed remarks on the subject. Push
every possible thing aside and do this
one thing. I know you will. God is
expecting it. Here is a definite goal:
Fifty accessions to the church. Fifty
new members for the Sunday school
Fifty regular attendants at th mid
week service. Fifty regular attend
ants in each of the men's bible classes
T .1 . . .1
logeiner we go to victory in trie
King's name. A community well
wisher. Frank M. Druliner,
W. C. T. U. HDLD A iv'.OST
From Tuesday' Dallv.
The ladies of the W. C. T. U. h?ld
a very enthusiastic business meeting
yesterday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. Jennie S:hildknecht. A verv in
teresting report of the state convea
A ? - V t . .
tion, wnicn was nei-j recently, w:is
given by the delegate to the conven
tion, Mrs. Charles Troop, which was
listened to with the closest attention
and greatly enjoyed by those in at
tendance. The ladies also decided to
hold a Japanese bazaar the 19th and
20th of November and made various
plans for this bazaar. The ladies will
also give a Japanese tea in connection
with the bazaar. There being no fur
ther business the ladies adjourned for
a short social time and then departed
for their horn s, feeling that they had
held a very profitable meeting.
Saturday will be Bargain Day in
Stationery at the Journal Office. Call
and let us show you our nice line, as
we have Stationery that will suit any
one' taste. These boxes are certainly
bargains. Come early.
$700 IS ENOUGH FOR
A KISS IN ARKANSAS
SO THE JURORS SAY
From Tuesday's Dally.
Fort Smith, Ark.. Oct. 18. A jury
in the circuit court yesterday found a
verdict for the defendant in the suit
of Mrs. Delia M. Gortz of this city
against Sam Stuart, a wealthy prop
erty owner of Van Buren and Fort
Smith, wherein the plaintiff sought
$5,000 damages on the grounds that
Stuart attempted to kiss her.
Mrs. Gortz told the jury Stuart's ad
vances paused her to lose her reason
temporarily, and she further charged
she suffered greatp hysical discom
fiture. Stuart, who is 71 years of age,
alleged he had paid Mrs. Gortz .57H,
and that she signed a waiver of all
damages against him.
The jury deliberated seven mir.utes,
and held that Stuart had paid enough.
NO CHANGE IN CORN CROP
SAYS BURLiNGTGN REPORT
From Tuesday's I :!.
There was no change in the condi
tion of Nebraska's corn crop la-t
week, according to the Burlington rail
road's crop report, issued Monday. On
the Omaha division the condition is
placed at 101 per ce.it of normal,
while the Lincoln division is rated at
but per cent. McCook division
rank with Omaha and c:i the Wymoru
division the condition is lated at 108
Mrs. Srhildknerht Much Improved.
From Tuffflav's Dally.
Mrs. Jennie Schildkne-c ht. who has
been quite sick for the pat few days,
is very much improved and is feelinsr
a great deal better. This will be
pleasing news to her large circle of
friends, who trust that .-he may con
tinue to improve and be nb'.c to bo in
their midst again.
THE ODD FELLOWS
OF THE STATE K
raw hi Ussfifcfl
From Wi.ln-.I;i y's l.i!'.
Omaha, NVn.. Oct. !!. Thre thov.
sand delegates and vi: itors arc expec-.-ed
here this week at the fifty-eighth
annual session ef the grand lodge of
Nebraska Odd Fellows, v. v. h !.- v
cb.ides the ses-ioi'S of the grand on
ciimpr.sr.t. the Re! ekr.h ashembly air!
the department council patriarch mili
tant. Th? gaad encampmort c nvened at
th? Odd Fellow-;' hall Monday after
noon, and the patriarchs militant
marched in full tirdform to the hall
from the Fontenelle hotel.
The present session is expected to
resolve itself int
hot political liirht
for the grand junior warden -hip, the.
highest office- n the state. Among the
candidates are A. P. Hanson of Omi
ha; Otto Steele of South Omaha, a
:! (if th
lodge of Lin
and J. G.
Swojk- of North Platte. Officers of the
grand encampment will be elected to
day. J. A. Davis of Lincoln, grand patri
arch, presided at the report.-, of oilieei-s
and committee.- yesterday afternoon.
Fifteen hundred delegates have al
ready arrived in Omaha. An open re
ception to all Odd rellows and auxil
iary members was held in the Kebekah
assembly room from 0 to 1 o'clock
ST. LGUiS WILL GIVE OiS SUM
FOR GOTH CONVENTIONS
St. Louis, Mo.. Oct. 2'). Almost
every business and civic organisation
in St. Louis joined hands today and
agreed to work in an effort to obtain
for this city both the republican and
democratic national conventions of
lflfi. Th" National Convention as
sociation of St. Louis was organized
and will undertake at once the task of
raising by popular subscription' a
fund of $2(K1,W0, which will be used
in an effort to attract the conventions.
Doar.'s Kegulets are recommended
by many who say they operate easily,
without griping and without bad after
effects. 2."c at all elruc stores.
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
MILT MOORE OF PRIMROSE,
NEBRASKA, IN THE CITY
Milton W. Moore, formerly one
the rod-hot democrats of Cass county,
but who for the past few years has
been lesidlng on his ranch near Prirn-
loso. Neb., arrived in the city today!
to visit with old friends while he hail
the opportunity, as he was on the
market at South Omaha wilh a num
ber of cars of fine stock. While in the j
citv Mr. Moore called at the Journal
office and renewed his subscription to
the Semi-Weekly, as well as paid a
ploa.-ait call at the editorial looms,
which was very much enjoyed, a;
there are fe. letter fellows in the
world than Milt Moore.
A!! OLD TlrJER GETS
iTO THE CLUTCHES
OF THE POLICE
Yeste-iday Chief F.arclay gathered in
an old-timer who claimed to be a
ha: :.' s r .. j''.s-' a I who ha- d ifted ia
he ! e sever;
month .in I
for the p-;
the mar. he
ceed t tret
1 tinrt in u.e past few
made considerable trouble
e 1'V his warfare on 'he
; .1 !:".
city w a
i drift !
;ek and pro
- with John
e abotit had
the man. who
c.ot i 'to a not!
t a 1
RarL yeo, n
th un r i
him. ai;d :
white e!( ph
is some i"'
same as a
ha., as it
? tl.- ii
to p a iM
f him. am
has a good p
lo-e no time
i-i to do this th"y
i.-. calling on th i
irtiardians of the law.
The matter st rr. :.- :
temporal i'v settb d. as i
given a ticket thi- mo-oing an
over into ,-.ir i.eighbpr'.vg : t
low r. a:.'! it may be po--a!e ii.
it v is weii rid him.
MRvrr "trill Pc THP
ZXmt JbfioUL uClSmli (hi:
e.in-.li.iiue th'it h;
pii rr.t ni for t he i
vi'le (lefob, r :
very v i i'tin
V I : t 'i S. Le
charge of the
? ..' h .-e-.-ioa of
i: :o 1 i e! l at f.oul.--"
a' d -. h: o tio-e a
r in s -.-t latr '.he llt- .
for a pla 'e o.i ti:e
. T.ete is re cf our
a . 1 he ha-- been givea
tlevo.'i - i al re:iod at
th' eon ' Cf t i"
s i n va . i -
oils lines of S
crest a ni
inspiration to ihe.se engaged in th
rr.o:-t commendable woi k. .'lie meet
ings wili be tille i with grea.t intere
to those who are taking part in the
training of the youth and adults
the Sun lav schools of the count v.
SLUE HBSIHBER IS VERY
hi -. home ir.
A Hie M isinger, one of
voj-iig tamers ot tatrti
precinct, a u toed m Horn
i brand new Ford car an
enjoved the trip verv much and the
car soon rr.ad? tl"? distnnc" info thi
city from tho Meisinger homo an
without a mishap. The new car has
proven a most !oitun--:te purchase :m:
the new owner of the car looking
forward to much pic.1. sure from it, a
vve.i as trie ca.-e wttn wrucn he cai
now get to and from the farm wh
ho so desires.
THE FIRST SFWI-WONTHLY
f,n?.z p.z jut tivtt nns
li-Ji. VI MIL LLAO ULUJ
The first of the semi-monthly dances
given at thr; Elks' club last evening
was attended by quite a large num
ber of thf? members of tho order and
their holy friends and several hours
were passed in the enjoyment of the
lance. 1 her.e oanres win le given
every" two weeks and will bo for the
benefit of the members of the D. P. O.
K. and their families and lady friends.
The dances are strictly informal and
a feeling of sociability prevailed
th ioughout the evening. There were
5-ome twenty couples in attendance.
The music was furnished by a three
piece orche?Lra composed of Francis
jWhelan, pianist; Anton Bajeck, drums,
if mmmm 1
of I m:MrJi I
its sluice because the quality is there. Just
appreciate them more.
EASTERN STAR OJiOY
A PLE&SAHT MEETING
evening the numbers of Home
Chapter of the K. '.stern S: si r enjoyed
a very pleasant time at th
in the lodge rooms i:i t
temple, and the work if th.
conferred on two candidates. The
event was one of the mo. i successful
I hat the order has held for some tim
and a very large numb?r of the mem
bers from out of town were present 'o
take pait in the "-rathe: in.,-; and l en
joy the spkn did fraternal fedir.g
which pievailed the meet our. At
the clo.-e of the work of the order a
delicious and tempting . upper was
served in the dining toem, t v.hii-h
all did ample justice and the oec-a.-i'-n
will lo.:g he very pleasantly i . m '.l
bered by those who were pwsvnt. 'i'r.e
Kastern Star lodgt in this city lias
become one of the larsrest in joint of
tv.i. mhership. and th gr.v.te-t of in
terest IS fVi:
i-ed 'ay the mml'-i
MRS, WILLIAM STQLL
UNDERGOES A VERY
Th.i.- mornii".' "it i
hosjiital ia (m:iha M
of near Nchawka a
.1 verv severe ca.-t- o
e St. Joseph's
..:i""a'.e'! on for
irall .-tone.- ;ir..I
came through the cte;atie: in nice
:hape. and while it is a very -la i t
time afte1" the operation, the oatir-nt
is reported as doing nicely, which, will
he phasing news to her many friends
throughout the c ur.ty. Mr. Stoll re
mained a the hospital with his wife
for the dav.
LUTE JERSEY RETliflNS SHOW
MESSED "NO" TO SUFRSGE
Tifir.on, N. .1., Oct. -10. Hope cher
ished by New Jersey woman suffrage
supporters, with defeat in yesterday's
tdecticn of the proposed amendment
to the state constitution giving suf
frage to women would not be as great
as earlier reports indicate, vamsneo
tonight when more return ; increased
the majority against the proposition.
With lla districts still to be heard
from out of the l.'.H districts in the
slate, the mamritv against sullrago
vas ;o,.(i.. 1 no total number ot re
ported districts showed for suffrage
Henry Schoemaker of near Ne-
hawka was in th? city today attending
the session of the district court.
Henry Heehner of Cedar Creek was
icre today for a. few hours visiting
with friends and attending district
ficorge If. Shrader and C. H.
ingt is motoi e-d to riaiismouin
nesday afternoon to attend to
business matters. While her
Shrader called at the Journal
and ordered the paper sent to him for
the future in order that he might keep
posted as to the happenings through
out Cass county.
HOW AN ENMNLLR KEEPS WELL
Railroad engineers are more cx-
ros'd to catching cold than other
crkors. E. G. Dunsaphant of Jlon-
ctta, Mo., has run a Frisco engine 25
cars and all the medicine he has I
i, , r, i n- it
',yn is t o ev s lionev anu lai. nc
v-:;tor,: t iinvays i;oei ib in m
i i :. 1 1 . , V,
nvp :i couirn or tuiu. oviu
. t. i i ei.l
Not cows, but sweaters. It is our
lle-'isure to sliow you a Jersey swe-ater tlii.-- mtsoii for l..r(
that is strict ly all-wool. That's why we rail Iheni pure hied
because they art? pure wo 1. They come in oxford. nny or
maroon, either plain or college stripes. The neck zvill kech
n a m H Jt
ever!, basket bul ITHE KENSINGTON CLUB
mm CONTEMPLATED' nsivfl! v cutcdtiiu.
The students in the High school are
busy these days stirring up the senti
ment in favor of basket ball and the
prospects for the organization of sev
eral teams from the student body now
look- good ar.d in a very few weeks
the boys .-houl 1 ?ret down to practice
and be ready for the opening of the
sea.-on with a good, fa-t aggregation
of the exponents of this game. The
rival; y between the members of the
uiffeieat classes has been most in
tense and the prospects are good for
the organization of teams in all the
classes of the school at once. La.-.t
season the tvam had a good, fast or
ganization, and while they have lost a
few of the stars, still they have a
i'oimahle squad from which to pick
their line-up for the varsity team, as
weli a: material for the different class
tf;.nis. It is expected that it may be
pes.-iole to play the games this sea
son eiiher in the Crystal Star rink or
in Coates' hall, where the se:;tirig
capacity is much more favorable for
handling the ciowds that may as
semble there and. give the boys the ad
v;nti.Lre of bi-itd- gate receipts than
heretofore. This is a good, clean
spoil and ore that is of great benefit
to the youth of the schools, both the
boys and girls, and should be cr
coaraired. August Xoltiag came in this morn
ing from his home west of thus city
to look after some trading with the
("abbngc for Sale.
;l 1 it of c;il b;'; for
dov:. n he;
r: ay. . ! per
E. TL'CK 1111.
TWO ( II1LDUEN HAD CKOl'P.
The two ch.ildren of J. . Nix.
Clevealnd. (la., hnd croup. Ho writes:
"lloth got so choked up they could
hardly breathe. I gave them Foley's
Honey and Tar and nothing else and it
completely cured them." Contains no
opiates. Cuts the phlegm; opens air
passages. Sold everywhere.
Read the want ads in the Journal.
S X -. . A.
.V... .-T.f - '.t"v, '
'' l'.'.- r.'i.
.T. Va '
Sh tson Hats
compare this price and you'll
ED AT PETERSON HOME
The Kensington Hub was entertain
ed in a very pleasing maimer yesfr
day afternoon at. (he lvmic of M: .-. .1.
C. I'etet.-en on lower .Mam stieet. and
the occasion was a very pleasant "!.e
to all fortunate er.ough to be presei.t.
As is usual ori an occasion of thi
kind, the ladies had come prepared
with their fancy work and soon were
busily engaged in the making of many
dainty articles of needlework, while
social conversation served to add to
the pleasures- o the evenog. At a
'uitable hour a very dainty and de
licious luncheon was served by the
hostess, assisted by Mrs. Charles
Petersen and Miss Myrtle Petersen,
which served to add further to the
pleasmes of the occasion. The club
had as their gue- ts of the afternoon
Mrs. K. F. Frye of Red (lal;. Iowa;
Mrs. Cennu Swanson of Atchison,
and .Miss (!-are Fn.iih of
Salina, Knn-a., who are hove as the
guests of members of the club. It
was late in the afternoon when the
party d'-p:'itcd homeward, voting the
(cca-i' ii a ra:o and pb-a-urenble treat
C. . Jo.'-dan was among those fil
ing to the metropolis today, where he
will secure some needed repairs for
some of his farm machinerv.
Saturday will be ISargain P;iy in
Stationery at the Jo irnal Office. Call
and let us shsvv jan our nice line, us
we have Siatiopcry thai will suit any
one's tasfe. These boxes are ccrlainly
bargains. Come early.
PIUIACHEU WAS LAID IT.
Rev. C. M. Knighton, Havamia, Fla.,
writes: "For three months I sulfercil
intense pain in the kidneys and back
which at times laid lis up entirely. I
used 1-2 bottles of Foley Kidney
Pills and all the pain disappeared. I
feel as if HO years had been added to
my life " Relieves lheumatism, back
ache, sore muscles, stiff joints. Sold
Pt-I ""I HIMUI i'T'"? -ffll '!.! MfllW
muni i - -- - - -'"nnt.im V--1
to will your a t ttMition with Hie
very beauty of our fabrirs, the exclu
sive excellence of our (styles. Aiwl
Iiaving won your interest, we can safe
ly leave purchasing t your apprecia
tion of value.
NIove right into one of our swell
overcoats. We'll guarantee there'll
be no comebacks from dissatisfaction.
There's a heap of pleasure in knowing
you're right, both as to the clothes
you wear and the price you pay. Our
overcoats are K UPPJSNH KIMKK, SO
CIETY BUANDand CLOT II CI I A KT
10 to $30
Cat lit. rt
j anu w. K. llolly, violin. j
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