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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 13, 1907)
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NEWS OF NEBRASKA.
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LAUNCH BRYAN BOOM AT OMAHA.
Dahlman Democracy Gives Its First
Annual Dollar Dinner.
Omaha, Dec. 9. William J. Aryan's
candidacy for the Democratic nomina
tion was launched by the Dahlman
Democratic club at u "dollar dinner"
at tla1 Auditorium. Each and every
ono of the speakers voiced the senti
ment in tmenulvocnl to; inn. Tlio as
Homliled crowd gave the honor jntcst,
W. .1. Hrau. a hearty welcome .oen
he cufeiv.'tho hall, and when, us the
lnt of l!iu sj.calurs, he hiom the
cheering was mo.-t vigorous and pro
longed. Not contented with having
him 3tand on the floor, the guests Iti-s:-tet
on h;s mounting the table,
whore all could see as well as hear.
Soats wor'' provided at the tnbloa
tor i.-jna and the audience numbered
nearly 5 ')u0.
Independents Cross River.
IWalr Nth., Deo 9. The Hialr Indc
per.aent Telephone company has sue
i ceded In closing the tinnl arrange
n.eiit3 with the Interstate Telephone
company cf Iowa by which a wire will
he put HCioss the Mlssouii liver at
tin.-, point and near tlie present rail
load bridge. Two seventy-loot steel
lowers have been erected, one on each
hide of the rlvrr, and the wire will
be r'in stress at once. Tills will put
WiUr In direct ronnection with all
points In iowa reached by the Iowa
l.m.s. Permission was ashed to placo
yardarms cr.it from the bridge to sup
pott, the wire across the river, but the
Tfuliuad company refused'.
Warden Ceemer Reports,
fiiiroin, Dec. 7. The semi-annual
report of Warden A. D. llcemcr, filed
with the governor, shows that lor six
months ending Nov. 150, 1007, convicts
of the penitentiary earned $tS,15f!.99,
of which 5t),0S2.ot Is unpaid by the
pi Hon contractor. Tho total cost for
this period for mnlntennneo was $27,
f.atUa. The total per capita cost for
(ho six months was $93.72; per capita
earnings lor the samo period was
$50.03, making an nctual net per cap
ita cost to tho state of $48.09.
Crawls Mile With Broken Leg. '
Ilyannis, Dec. 10. While riding on
the Coblo ranch," Bert Mucin's horse
foil jbroaking Deem s leg below tho
knee. He crawled nearly a mile on
hands and knees betore becoming ex- (
haunted. He then put in several hours
in ahoutlng, suttcring keenly most of
the time. Finally he sot lire to the
range, thus attracting ranchmen, who
discovered him while- squelching the
Want Insurance License Revoked.
dincoln. Dec. 10. Representatives
of eight lift Insurance companies wont
befoto the state auditor and asked to
have the license ol the Great Wosotrn
ljfo Insurance company of Kansas
City reoked. Thy charge that tho
company giant rebates and issues spe
cial contracts. Tho auditor asked
1 lint they make their complaints In
4he shape of n formal protest.
Man Stabbed at South Bend.
Smith Bond, Ne')., Dec. 7. Homer
Foster was lound lying on tho street
hero with numerous cuts on his per-1
Kn, ono of which, on his temple, bled
tji profusely that ho was nearly dead
from loss of blood when round. Ho
has been working for Dan Phelps, a
farmer. The authorities are looking
jer his assailant, Lawrence Smith.
Omaha Bankers Are Sued.
Omaha, Dec. 10. Suit Involving the
-ale of 8,100 acres of land In Washing
ton and Yuma counties, Colorado, was
started in district court hero Monday
by Charles A. Sllford for himself, and
as administrator of the estate of John
Anderson, and E. P. Dalanler against
Dnnlel M. Utter, Charles T. Kountze.
V. II. Davis and tho First National
Suspected of Fifteen Burglaries.
Omaha, Doc. 7. Ben Thomas and
Iflrnost Duncan, two young boys, wore
arrested and charged with the burg
lary of several shops. From the varl
rty of goods found In tho hoys' pock
ots and at their homes and from the
confession of ono of the lads, it Is
thought they must havo boon Interest
v.i in fifteen recent burglarlos.
Buckingham Elected General Manager
South Omaha, Dec. 10 At the an
nual meeting of tho stockholders of
tlte Union Stock Yards at South
CJinaha tho following officers were
elected: President, Robert .1. Dun
ham, Chicago; vlco president, John D.
Ooighton; secretary and treasurer, J.
C. Sharp; general manager Everett
Pumphrey Is Found Guilty.
Omaha, Dec. 9. Charles Pumphrey,
tho nineteen-year-old hellTioy, must be
confined in tho ponltentlary for tho
Tcmnindor of his life for tlie murder
tf Han Pak, proprietor of a Chinoso
restaurant at 130G Douglas street, last
Belndorf Succeeds Abbott,
Omaha, Dec. 10. Louis Boindorf
iias been nppolntod city passenger
nd tlkot agent of tho Union Pacific
to succeed George E. Abbott, who goes
to the Union station.
Some Good Offers in
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Nothing nicer for a Christ- ,
mas present llian a nice dress.
While I. haven't tlie largest stock (
of Dress Goods, have taken
great pains in selecting my stock
and would be pleased to show
you before buying elsewhere.
A nice line of Suitings in plain
or plaids from 2J inches wide
to 32 inches wide ; some of
these are are part wool, at
I5c to 30c
A better grade than the
above, 36 inches wide, from
30c to 50c
All wools in 36, 44 and 54 inches wide, from, per yard,
50c to $1.25
nice line of Infa ' r -glis'i
Bedford C ul Lrnj
Coats, lined, Cape mi so i
Long Coals with Cape,
trimmed with silk braid and
Cluny lace, prices from
$1.25 to $3 50
Infants' Long Skirt with
insertion and lace around bot
50c to 75c
A nice line of art linens, consisting of centerpieces in round
Pure Linen Mexican drawn work at remarkably low
prices in DOILIES, TRAY CLOTHS, SCARFS, CEN
TERPIECES, LUNCH CLOTHS. All new imported goods.
Also a nice line of Infants' Long
Dresses made of a good grade of
long cloth and India linen lace,
trimmed with lace and embroidery
insertion around bottom, each
75c to $3.50
Infants' Bear Skin Hood, Cro
cheted Hood, Baby Jackets,
Bootees, Rubber Diapers, Wool
Hose and Wool or Cotton Vests.
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A full line of Outings in all weights from
8 l-3c to 15c
Children's Leather Hand Bags with the "3 lucky
signs painted in colors at 25c.
Ladies' Imitation Leather Hand Bags at 25c.
Ladies' Imitation Leather Hand Bags with coin
purse, card case and looking glass, 50c to $1.25.
Ladies' Genuine All-Leather Hand Bags with coin
purse and card case, from $1.00 to $3.50.
Golf Gloves in all colors and weights at 25 and 50c
Wool Jersey Gloves, self fleeced or silk lined at 50c
Ladies' Mittens with fancy back and ribbon bow
at wrist at 50c.
I have the largest, cheapest and most complete
stock of Yarns in the city.
Kleisher's Shetland Floss in all colors at 10c per
skein, 3 for 25c.
Saxony at 8c.
FMsher's Imported Zephyr at 12AC per skein.
A large line of Fleislier's Knitting Worsted and
F'leisher's Spanish Yarns always on hand.
In Scarfs, Fascinators, Hoods, Baby Jackets and
We have all the newest styles in Collars. Planen
Lace Berthas, Planen Collars, Silk Embroidered Col
lars. Oriental Lace Collars.
Children's Picture Handkerchiefs Ladies' hand
kerchiefs with hemstitched border from 5c to 25c.
Ladies' Pure Irish Linen Handkerchiefs with lace and
hemstitched and embroidery borders, from 20c to 50c
THREE DOLLS GIVEN AWAY. With every 2Sc purchase
we give you a number. The one holding- the most tickets gets the
largest doll. The one holding the first draw gets the next largest
doll. The second lucky number gets the next doll.
XF HAF an established reputation for co r-
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plete line of LACES AND EMBROIDERIES in
This month's Butter ick Patterns
10c and 15c none higher.
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