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&t".Xtxl III tin I'oHt. illi-u at Kcd Cluil.Keli,
hh Second Clans Matter.
'vii. )1. NEvVIlOUSE
.3)u1h (Delegations Seated by
Handier of "Lily Whites" Threatens
Sutter Fight Before Credentials Com
-" rr.ittee Agrscment Approved at
Washington Cannon Still in Race.
P.tV-r being In session at Lh.cugn
': four dayi! and with live tla tt yet
r xih lnfnr the meeting of the con
vmilloii, the Republican national com
jtli' has decided two-fifths of lt.
.wtdesty Thin Is based on the actual
jMiiiifh'M of contests llled, sixty-one
-Swing o hi heard, while forty have
The committee decided sixteen
"!. i-oiilertt-j, affecting thirty-six dele-
?;?.'. (if these, twenty seven are
Vi'. men and the remaining nine, all
whom ate "black and tun.-,- from
rxMiuiarn, liavo practically agree i
-b:jJ they will cast their vole-, for
"Hato There is, however, no b. tiding
sott'emi 'ill to that effect.
'.he lit-st contests decided com-
:-vrMriJ the delegate.-, at huge in Loulsl-
i.'tn.) .-.ml Mis .hsippi, seven distiicts In
nHo.-i.uij, six districts In Ml-j.-ns.ppl
AWi one in Misnouri.
Agreement as to Louisiana.
JjCf J..1M1 liana contest which was
Ti piiiji inipoitiuit, i esulted in a split
W' Dillon, the committee deciding, on
zi liiision of 20 to :h. to seat both the
Um ehite," or Tat't delegation, and
v?k black and tana," with half a vote
,)UtT cich This agreement wa.i not
Mwhcil until after repeated confer-
-oni-.-i. .ind much anxious telegraphing
-v .'lepliDning between Chicago and
IVsOiington The deci-Mon finally
rtimjied liy the committee was canied
xltli the full consent and approval
' Jinth .Secretary Tail and IMesident
WMveU. It provided that the Re-
n-Hh-imti p.uty in louisiaua shall be
mm g.-'jilz' I under the dirertlon of a.
i.tTir.mltf'e of tlitee, compose I of the
rtruirm ui. the . (letary ami one mem-
V'c el' the incoming national commit-
im The committee passed a ic-olu-
iun. i'1-.tii'.-tlug the next n.v: mat
."xMiitnittee to name an this member,
&'v.v,l Wight, the present national
ttn.iiitt.'"iunu from I.otiMaua
Wsrmoth in Revolt.
'JW .i-'reenient, u-. reached between
-Sto. T,)t' and auti-T.itt elements on
.Tit tiifiuuittce and a later canied
-.ufijc; I'lfecl by that bo-iy. v. as highly
.ixywrjslng to the "lily whites." head-
kO y cv-doveriioi- Wat moth Tie1
-.171 n : nor dec lo ted with great emphasis
thav he w mid not adept th" 1 om pro-
ram liut would cany the light before
t 'jedentiul.-i committee, and if de-
flirtfei there, he would go lumic Other
mrou.lMr of the "lily white" organiza-
u u'tw not bo emphatic in their
ritisjjents, and the Tall managers are
t-tul that they can bring them to
ssy? the wisilom of the action bet ore
Lv lationul convention is called to
'ile bl. oh and tans" accepted the
cm.Av..i! e with entlte sa;isrr.( tlon.
Cannon Is in Race to "Stick."
. ( nh l'i. Cannon, speaker of the
WtVw of iej iesenta'i'-.. arrived In
Just opened up for your ir.spcclion one of the most com
plete and freshest lines of the newest creations of the
silversmiths' art. An exceptionally nice line of Silver
ware of all kinds fancy pieces for the table
Berry Sets-Tea Sets-Compotes
and many other pieces for table use. Also a very com
plete line of
Fancy Spoons, Knives and Forks, Berry Spoons, Sugar
Spoons, Fruit Knives, Jelly Spoons and Knives
and numberless other pieces of utility and ornament. Also we have a very extensive assortment of other gifts for commencement
and birthday remembrances, such as RINGS, WATCHES and and a variety of inexpensive little souvenirs, making acceptable
gifts for many occasions. No trouble to show goods Just as welcome to look as to buy.
Quality is our first consideration in the buing and selling of our goods, and there 's nothing but absolutely dependable
goods offered, and the prices make anything you may purchase now a genuine bargain.
JEWELERS AND OPTOMETRISTS.
C, B. & Q.
Chicago from his Horn- In lauvuu'.
111., and dedaied hi u-.ir a andidat-'
foi pie.sldent o th I'n'.i'd St..:
until they i.iop 0.1ng or elect torn
one el.se." When nal.'M if he was in
the nice to "otick." he t-at upright
tu his chair and snapped, "Stick:-'
Why. man, I can't do anything else
Inn stlch. The state of Illinois 1 be
hind me. and that is enough to mahe
a man do almost anything. Stlch.
well I bhoulil saj so."
Mr. Cannon was cheerful as to tho
outlooh, declariii!;. in conclusion:
"The end is not yet by a long shot."
Vice Presidential Situat.on.
The opening of headquarters for
John Hays Hammond of Massachu
setts brought the vice presidential tit
iial ion to the iront. He -..as the first
to show hi (andidacy In a definite
foim. but coincident with his activity
came the movement in behalf of Gov
ernor Curtis Ciiilld 01 Massachusetts,
who will be strongly urged when tho
full fotce of the delegation ft mi his
Btate arrives late in the week
The new candidates are numerous
They aie George It. Coitelyou. secre
tary of the tteasury. and Repiesenti
tlves .lames S. Sherman and .1. Sloat
1'assett. The eaat also has broug .'
forward another possibility in the per
son ol Franklin Murphy, lormer gov
ernor of New Jersev.
From the west. Senator .1. I. Col
li vor of Iowa was the mo.-t piomliieni
ly mentioned Senator I. C Huirows
(if Michigan, who is to 1j temporary
c hail man ol the ((invention, and Lieu
tenant Governor Sherman or Illinois.
also loiiud suppoiters among the pol
iticians. CRAWFORD IN LEAD FOR TOGA
Returns Indicate His Nomination for
Senator in South Dakota.
Returns trom the Hcpublican pti
iivjry election in South Dakota
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A Monument of Us
-Our designs are made by the very
best artists in the country.
-Our material is first-class.
All worU is done with pneumatic
tools, giving that distinguished look
to every monument.
BECAUSE Our prices are right. Many other
reasons we could give but call and
see for yourself or drop us a card.
Overing Bros, k Co,
440-446 N. Webster. RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA.
'iJfJjrJljJyj Vs '
Jiidtcite the ti ituti. i'. in t' Governor
(Joe 1 Crawfoid fjr Unite 1 State-,
senator over A. It Kittrelg', tlie in
cumbent, by at least 8,0uo majotlty.
The nomination of Stat" Senator W.
(1. Vassey of Wateitown, the Cr.nvfo.d
candidate for governor, is equally
pi'jliabl', while ind'. atun.- point to
t'ie uccefl of Hurke and Mai tin, th'
Kif.r'dge. or "stalwait" canuulate-'
Uetiiiu-, l'rom tie Mack Hills, comti
ties, which ute suppoi'l to be sofh
lor Klttrodge, have not yet been re
reived, but It Is not au'ielpated thai
their majorities will be surHcl-nt t&
overcome the Crawford lead in tha
rest of the slate.
BHCWERS TO AID WAR ON DIVES
In Favor of Eradicating Disreputable 1
Resolutions declai.ng the Na'ional
Bt ewers' association to be in favor of
the eradication of the dive will tome
belore the Milwauke) convention it is
said that they declare that municipal
laws In all cities of the country should
have the co-operatl u of the brewer 3
In their eiforts to wipe out disreputa
President Llebmann, in the course
of hi-, remarks before the convention,
tool; the superintendents of the Anti
Saloon League to tank by asking
"How can they advocate a policy of
confincatlou pronounce I by Ju.-tlc"
Hrevver to be both dir-honejt an I im
This 1 email; called forth 11 .sugges
tion from II. H. Scharman of Hrook
lyn that the executive (oniinlt'ee of
the association pre.-ent to the legN
lature of some prohibition state an
object lenson in the loim of a bill tor
damages ior "property stolen" by pro
hibition legL-latlon The sugne-tion
wa referred to the committee i.n rea
ohitions. Arthur nrisbarto of New York, with
E J. Glddings of Oklahoma, addresse I
the convention Gldding- de'larei
war on Prohibitionists, but Mr Bris
bane declared that th-re were two
side-, to the n.uMhm an 1 told the
I r ewers they should dean up the
(pestlonablo re-or's. He declared
prohibition was not only not feasible.
but not possible, but that the Piolii
liitlonlsts should be argued with as
I: others, and not as wild eyed anarch
ists, was his attitude.
GERMAN BAPTIST CONFERENCE
Question of Dress Chief Issue at Des
fillers men prominent ' llu ('.' 1
Baptist Brethren (Dunhar !a) and in a'
position to observe and understand ,
the trend of sentiment in tho cirTUi
body nte mistaken, a schism ot no lit
tle import threatens to Ireak In the
conference now in pir..ss tit Des
Moines. While there are milt
teilugs against seveial of the iron
clad dioss rules of the sect, the at
tention of the c hutch and the heated
discussion will center in the growing
inclination of the girls to forsake the
conventional bonnet whh h the Punk
aid women are require 1 to wear for
the more ornate hat of the lay women.
The elders do not publicly admit
that the discussion borders on general
unrest or that It threatens the peace
of the conference, hut they do admit
that chinch heads In certain Ohio com
munities, who are said to have re
laxed their supervision of the girls In
their charge, may ho reprimanded. It
L said that formal charge i may bo
"f- rred tuainst two churches In
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J. C. SLOSS
Wall Paper, Paints end
Papering, Painting and Interior Dec
paper hanging a specialty. Acme
Bell phone 20j.
have added to their already mammoth stock
a line of
The Red Cloud Hardware
and Implement Company
We will be pleased to show ther
And don't forget we are leader, on the new stjle
priced from $29.78 up to the hight-t Extra A gn.de
with ball bearings at $135.
Xow is the time to get j our Culti ators e ha r the
fthift Rullv Rov. fiooflpnoiitSh. fMriffison Qaf
ley, Flying Swede, Dempster,0 Canton, Hingman
Red Cloud Hardware ?
I .nd ImpleixLent Co.
WM. WOLFE. Secretary.
" yy NawT" "i
uiuo unit may end In their witn .rav.u
from the mother church 01 in their
expulsion therefiom unless their
pledge Is given to arry out the laws
of the organization to the letter.
CHICAGO cTrAINAND PROVISIONS
Features of the Day's Tramnrj and
L'lih ago, June More ram in the
southwest and u ub.ia'. ile'ie.ise j
tlie w jrld's viiilile ..applies iaii.- I
str ruth today in the local wheat mar
ket. Tlie July deli', "i y dosed u' a
net gain of !';. Coin wn.-i up ,
Oats v.eie oil l sc. Provisions were
2'..C-Ic higher Hosing pric-s:
Wheat.- lul, hi. ifrSUe, S-j.t.. bt',
Corn July, liUc; Sept, 0,iu.
Oats-July, lli'.ic; Sept., :i.1'..a."iv
Fork July, SBiSO; Sept., $11 Tj.
Lard July, $8.37..; Sept., $77j.
Hlbs July, $7.52'-; Sept., $7 V
Chicago Cash Pi Ices -No. 2 hard
wheat, DlfiH.i'jc; No. 2 corn, 72c; No.
3 white oats. oOfi'o-'c.
Notice of Application For Saloon License;
To tlit Ilui " n.i . jionrd ol ( ui. . c mnilrt
Miliar'. t Wii ..- Coiinly, Ntl.u., i
The utli'.M i i tii ni)icr!-l(?iicil u-,:n'. of
theOiik Crcil. i.n'ci-i. t ol Webster ccii.-.y. Nu
lira.kH, re.jef tJi.ily icirt'cnt:
Kliht-'Hrnt U.( ru il'-I.Iciu ftiulu Hers of
the Mild fiat Cices prcuinet, 'tltcr county,
second TIic.n roip'-ftfully .ui ihiit nl'i-ur-o
to sell niHlt. i-ilriitious mill vlnoii- l!ii s Wtti.
in llio atl I'K'Clnct for tho ci.-nlnu 5 1 nr m ty ho
(-r.ititt'il to John II. KoIiiik iclicr. miM i t.lnenn
to lie mini lifted hi a 0110 storj fr ;mo (ulldhiK
oltiinii'd on lot eleven (M, hiock fvelvi ji. of
the vlllngeof Itd-emoiit In mid .it(lnci
Thlrd-Thiit said -Ii till II. Kol.U'Ct-her U ti
resident of the stie 1 f Neb-m-kit ml . ( a,nn
of i. cc'iMhlo r Ijiuhi tcr mid shihi i
A' d s in dim . o 1 ,j Hh'v will cmt i.ray.
. Nutlci'.i'-. heril.j l-.vimi .loim H. k meuelier
11 jh tiled in tin. dih.'i' of the 10111 1 elerk of
('lister I'i'iiity Nchriiska, this jm , , 0f May
A. I). llKit- u.s. 1 1. .inn k in ncd l.i the tequlrcd
iiiimlierof risideni ineholdeiR
K. V. Itoss, ( oie t; Ceir.
A CEUTAIN 1 1 UK '( A( IlINf. FKHT.
Shake lino mir shoes Allen 1 ot Kase, i
.powder. It c 'Cstirtd. rOiliif-. in.luiis. hwcnl
Jug. hwallvu i'ii At all ilmisif, rirrl shoo
1 stnrex. '.rio. Sninplu Klllii: Addres-, Alien S.
( Olmsied, Leltoy, N. V.
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