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[ NEWS NOTES OF INTEREST FROM
[ ( ILL SUBJECTS TOUCHED UPON
[ Religious , Social , Agricultural , Polit
ical and Other Matters Given
( < jMrs. Ruth Lcnvitt lectured at
Springfield , delighting u largo audl-
[ Hpldrcgo Is making a move for n
W depot ant } does not propose to
.j Jhe William Gutz school house , five
urnies east of Falls City , burned , the
[ ilrplJit was thought , being started by
, H Albion Telephone company has
.mado application to the state railway
ijsoiHunlsslon for ) authority to raise their
K\i TrG fatvs.
H. H. Wasmor of Fremont was
fully burned by spilling carbolic
1 on her face and , It Is said , will
marked for llfo.
nginecr Otto O. Wright of the
k Island road died an the result of
[ Injuries received In the smash-up between -
( tween two Rock Island engines.
Congressman Hinshaw has recom-
nonded the appointment of Charloa
Harless as postmaster at Polk ,
[ Neb. , vlco Orlgen Frost , deceased.
northbound Union Pacific freight
; JaIn was wrecked a few miles north
Holmosvlllo , Gage county. The
ck was caused by u broken rail.
Several cars were d railed and dam-
| " News reached Norfolk of the death
San Diego. Cal. , of Dr. U. F. Kelp-
, formerly superintendent of the InSane -
[ Sane hospital at Norfolk and for
[ many years a prominent democratic
( politician In North Nebraska.
Frank Knoles of Kearney , a six
teen-year-old student In the first year
of the high school , was arrested on
the charge of forgery. So far three
checks have been found that Knoles
confesses to have written and cashed.
Mrs. Mllinda R. Kiuney , who settled
in the vicinity of Falls City in 1854 ,
and who now resides in Hluo Springs ,
'says that In her recollection the roads
were never In such bad condition as
they were before the recent cold snap.
After a three days' trial in the dis-
trlct court Samuel C. Nelson was
found guilty of having embezzled
$1,900 belonging to the AIR la. Mill
Ing company of York. The case wllj
be appealed to the supreme court.
Fred J. Hallstom , aged 22 , 'of
Omaha , and Miss Gasena Stlllhan ,
aged 21 , were married at the home
of her brother , near Lorton. Both
are mutes and first met In the state
institution at Omaha.
The Burt County Telephone com
pany has made application with the
Nebraska railway commission for au
thority to Issue $75,000 In stock. The
company has been notified to appear
and throw light on certain particulars
In regard to the issuance of stock.
The annual meeting of the Ellis
Farmers' Grain and Live Stock com
pany was held last week. During the
last year the company has expended
$31,000 for corn , $2GC7i. : ! > 3 for wheat ,
$7,318.91 for oats and $25,707.54 for
A great auction sale of KlinbiUl
county land was held in the Aurora
opera house. Thirty quarter sections
of land were auctioned off , the aver
age price being about $9 an acre. Thu
sale was conducted by the county sur
veyor of Ktmball county.
Some time ago Mrs. Rebecca Pond
of Nebraska City brought a sull
against Herman F. Schadeu for $10 ,
000 for selling Intoxicating liquors to
her husband , forcing her to get a
divorce from him. The case was
tried at Lincoln and the jury gave a
judgment against Schadcn for $3,400
me Nebraska Federation of Cnurch
"es , which was organized in Lincoln
last February , at a convention of
delegates from all parts of the state
has asked that all churches In the
state 'devote the loose collection o
the evening service for December 11.
or 18 to the purposes of the club.
Marly L. Plcrson , a resident ol
Pickrell , Gage county , committed sul
cido by shooting herself back of the
right ear with a :52-callber : revolver
Her body was found in a closet a
her homo by her husband , George
Pierson. No cause Is known.
Albert Hrown , a harness maker o
Urunswlck was last seen alive Satur
iTay evening. Wednesday evening a
search was made for him and he
was found in the collar of his house
dead , evidently having been killed am
dragged down stairs.
It is not expected In Hastings tha
there wll bo serious trouble in bring
ing about the union of Hellovue and
Hastings colleges , In accordance will
the directions given by the Nebraska
synod at the meeting In Kearne >
Monday. . Friends ol' Hastings declare
that the movement for the union o
the colleges was not urged in a spirl
of hostility to either institution.
An unknown man was found In at
unconscious condition at Central City
and removed to the jail , where ho was
attended by local physicians , who pronounced -
/nouncod it a case of acute kidney
troublo. Ho died soon after withou
Under the direction of the Women's
Christian Temperance union there
was held at the Methodist church In
Harvard a Silver Gray contest , con
slBting of recitations by six women
none being eligible to enter under 4i
years of age. One woman , in ho
80th year , gave an Interesting papoi
which she read without glasses.
LIKE UNTO THE DAYS OF OLD
La Camargue Alone In France Pr *
serves the Ancient and Honorable
Sport of Falconry.
La Cnmarguo scorns commonplace
diversions. La Cnmarguo alone , In
this latter-day Franco of ours , pro
vides the great nnd entrancing spec
tacle of hawking. Falcon on wrist ,
Lho southern sportsmen come to the
JRhono doltn to Indulge In the aristo
cratic pastime of falcony , which is
the princely relaxation of Arabia ,
India and the Kirghiz Steppes , the
noblest sport of old France , the royal
sport above all others.
One cannot meet a hawking party
In the Cnmnrgue plain without having
Irresistibly brought to mind a vision
of the dnys of old. Behind the vnrlots
urging on the greyhounds , the howlIng -
Ing , barking pack , the whole court fol
lows the flight of the fnlcon pursuing
the kite In the clouds above ; a gallant
chase. If over there was , In which the
ladles on their palfreys , clad In velvet
gowns nnd feathered hats , worn Guel-
phlc fashion , canter In the front rank ,
with their coats looped up above the
knee and boots of embroidered leather ,
vigorously spurring the horse. It was
for them , always for them , that each
vied with the other in the skill nnd
elegance wherewith he threw the fal
con , recalled him after his victory and
placed him gracefully upon his mis
tress * gloved wrist.
La Cnmarguo Is one great heronry ;
and , to n falconer , nothing in the
world comes up to "flying n heron. "
lie is the finest bird of all to hunt.
The pink flamingo lets himself bo bled
without uttering a complaint , hardly
more than a sad little cry , as though
to Iveg for mercy ; n few drops of palo
red blood and all Is over. He dies
gently and easily. With the heron the
game Is more evenly matched ; he is a
fine , strong bird , n formidable and
very crafty enemy. The falcon shoota
up llko an arrow in pursuit. The
gray bird tries ta disappear , but his
enemy , who is struggling to soar
above him in order to swoop down
upon him , runs him close , harasses
him , compels him to pass the clouds.
The tragedy Is consummated at a
giddy height. Andre Castalgne , in
Just to Annoy.
"In Lady Cardigan's new volumh of
memoirs , " said n Chicago publisher ,
"the virtue of one of the artlstocwitlc
Tollemache ladies Is assailed. The
lady herself has long been dead , but
all her descendants , to the third and
fourth generation , are writing to the
papers , denying the truth of Lady
"It all goes to show how sensitive
we are about the virtue of our ances
tors. This was understood by a Chicago
cage pro-suffragist who wrote to the
papers the other day :
" 'Senator Blank's shameful attacks
on the motives of the militant suffra
gettes must cease. Before Senator
Blank traduces those pure-minded
ladies he hnd better look after his
thieving , drunken old mother. '
"A friend to whom this letter was
shown said to the pro-suffragist :
"That l all "very trenchantly putT
It's libelous of course. I suppose
you're quite sure of your ground ? '
" 'Sure of my ground ? ' said the pro-
suffragist , impatiently. 'I never heard
a word against the old lady. All I
know is , if Senator- Blank has the
common feelings of a gentleman he'll
bo very much annoyed. ' "
"Bobs" and the Boy.
An interesting Incident is recorded
In connection with the visit which
Lord Roberts paid to Marylebone to.
distribute the medals won by mem
, bers of the local rifle club , recently ,
'One of the gold medals was won by a
lad ( a competitor In the juvenile sec
tlon ) , who belonged to very poor par
ents. Thinking that his clothes wore
too shabby to appear before the field
marshal , he had broken into a neigh
bor's house and stolen money for a
suit of clothes. He wag detected
brought before the Marylebone magls
trate , and let off under the first of
fenders act. When the matter was
brought to Lord Roberts' notice he
called for the lad , took him aside , and
gave him some words of advice , tell
ing him that It was character and not
clothing that mattered. The boy got
his medal. London Mail.
How Welsh Women Carry Babies.
The quaint old Welsh way in which
Swansea women carry 'their babies
attracts every one's notice when vis
iting that town for the first time. A
big shawl over the right shoulder is
drawn down to the left hip , where the
t-.vo ends of the shawl are met anil
held together , forming a sort of pouch
or pocket , in which the baby snuggles
cosily and solely.
its weight is so Biiported by the hip
and distributed by the shawl over the
whole uper part of the body that there
Is no strain at all nor any tiring of
the arms. This probably accounts for
the upright carriage of the Welsh
mother. Moreover , the method is com
fortable for the child and so safe thr.t
In Swansea small boys swathev ! In
their mothers' shawl are seen carrying
the family's latest baby.
A Father's Relationship.
A New York business man has u
small daughter who is extremely fond
of her mother. She likes her father
well enough , but does not go Into rap
tures over him. A caller at the house ,
knowing the situation , asked the child
why ehe didn't love her father , as she
did her mother.
"Oh , you see , " she explained very
evidently to her own satisfaction ,
"papa Is only related to us by mur-
HIP SUBSIDY BILL MAKES SOME
0 MAKE COUNTER PROPOSAL
Attention of Congress Is to Be Called
to the Posslbllltlco of Having
Ownership and Control of
Washington , D. C. The ship subsl-
y measure Is generally expected to
go through congress at the present
esslon , but it will not do so until
after nn interesting counter proposoal
has been forced upon the attention of
This counter proposal IB no less
ban the government building n num
ber of fast freight steamships and op-
rate them in the South American
rade on its own account. They would
hen bo available as naval auxiliaries
n time of war , and if there were any
oss in their operation , the govern
ment would stand it directly , Instead
of indirectly through the payment of
The proposal of the government go
ng into the shipping business IB not
regaided as so startling as It. might
have done a few yours ago , for the
reason that the government Is already
n that business. It operates a line of
steamships in connection with the
Panama railroad and the Panama
canal construction work , from the
ports on the 7.0110 to United States
ports. These boats handle freight for
the government , and also freight and
passengers In general business. More
over , the government Is In the rail
road business , as the owner of the
Panama railroad ; and it Is urged by
members of congress who arc going to
present this plan , that 11 would rep
e-sent nothing more than an extension
of the enterprise in which Uncle Sam
Is already engaged.
The names of Senators Nowlands
and Cummins have both been con
nected with this proposal , and it Is
said that such an amendment to the
ship subsidy measure is certain to bo
offered. The opponents of subsidy
have small doubt that the votes have
been listed to pass the measure
through the house. Although they are
determined against It , they all expect
it will carry. There is a strong sup
port for the plan of subsidizing a line
from the east coast of the United
States to the east coast of South
America , and another line from the
west coast of the United States to
the west coast of South America. Not
so much strength is available for the
support of a line to the far east , but
it is believed the votes can be mus
tered to include it.
Suggestion of the government build
ing its own boats and operating them
has attracted much interest. . The
plan commonly discussed Is to In
crease the number of vessels owned by
the Panama Railroad company , and
have them put Into the general South
American trade. This would do away
with the possible embarrassments of
having the government directly handl
ing commercial business , which might
cause difficulties in relations with
Acclaim Peary Discoverer.
Washington. The national geogra
phic society Wednesday night public
ly acclaimed Commander Robert E.
Peary the discoverer of the north pole ,
and In recognition thereof presented
to him a gold medal.
There was no reference to the
claims of Dr. Frederick A. Cook and
only a slight one to the polar contro
Captain Robert A. Bartiett , the mas
ter of the Roosevelt , also received a
medal. This was presented by Am
bassador James Bryce of Great Brit
ain. Andrew Carnegie , Ambassador
Jusserand of France ; Baron Des-
planches , the Italian ambassador ;
General Thomas Hubbard , president of
the Peary Arctic club and Speaker
Cannon sat at the speaker's table.
Mr. Carnegie made a short address.
It was also announced that a medal
has been ordered presented to Grove
Karl Gilbert of Washington In recognition -
nition of various scientific Investiga
tions he has made.
To Pension the Blind.
Washington. A bill granting pen
sions of $100 a month to blind children
of civil war veterans was Introduced
in the house Wednesday by Represen
tative Hinshaw. The pensions are
made available to all cnlldron who
were so afflicted before reaching the
age of sixteen and who are now fifty
years old nnd the pension of $100
shall be paid in lieu of any pension
now being paid by the government.
Representative Norrls Introduced a
pension bill authorizing the restora
tion of pensions to wdows ( of civil
war veterans who remarried and who
later either became widows for a second
end time or wore divorced.
Will Form Supreme Lodge.
Kansas City Representatives of
the Missouri , Kansas , Azrlzonu , Ne
braska , Colorado , Now Mexico and
Masaschusetts grand lodges of the An
cient Order of United Workmen de
cided at a meeting here Wednesday to
form a new supreme lodge under the
nnma of the National Ancient order
of United Workmen. A committee of
which L. M. Ponwell of Topeka , Kas ,
is chairman , and W. J. Howell of St ,
Louis , secretary treasurer , was delegated -
gated to make plans for the new
GOOD WORK IS LOVED WORK
And Therein One Should Find the
Contentment That Is Chief
Part of Life.
If n mnn doesn't love his worlt , ho
linil better get something else to do.
But the trouble Is that auch people
will hnrdly love tuiy kind of work.
The trouble Is In them. They lack
Intelligence. It they know enough
to' know good work , they would soon
learn to love It. The mnmml'trulu-
Ing schema hns this In view to sur
round the job n mnn Is doing with
such intelligence nnd tngto no will
nmko It attractive to him.
"Tho man who Is in love with his
job gets more contentment out of llfo
than any other , " says llrandor Mat
thews ; and he gets a great part of his
contentment In doing his work right
No man cnn love his work who shirks.
No man can bo contented who Is dis
honest about his work. This Is shirk
ing or doing It negligently. So those
things always go together honest
work , contentment and love of the job.
Eczema for a Year Got No Relief
Even at Skin Hospital In Despair
Until Cutlcura Cured Him.
"I was troubled wilh a sovcro Itch
ing and dry , scrufy skin on my ankles ,
foot , arms and scalp. Scratching made
It worse. Thousands of small rod pim
ples formed and tlicso caused intense
Itching. \ was advised to go to the
hospital for diseases of the skin. I did
so , the chief surgeon saying : "I never
eaw such a bad case of eczema. " But I
Got little or no relief. Then I tried many
so-called remedies , but I became so
bad that I almost gave up In despair.
After suffering agonies for twelve
months , I was relieved of the almost
unbearable Itching after two or three
applications of Cutlctirn Ointment. I
continued ita use , combined with Cutl
cura Soap and Pills , and I was com
plctoly cured. Henry Searlo , Little-
Roclc , Ark. , Oct. 8 nnd 10 , 1907. "
Potter Drue & Cbcm. Corp. , Solo Props. , Itocton.
The consul in London of a continen
tal kingdom was informed by his gov
ernment that one of his country'
women , supposed to bo living in Groal
Britain , had been loft n million of
money. After advertising without re
sult , he applied to the police , nnd
smart young detective was sot to
When a few weeks had gone by his
chief asked him how ho was going on
"I've found the lady , sir. "
"Good ! Where Is she ? "
"At my place. I got married to her
yesterday ! "
$100 Reward , $100.
The rrtulcra ol thla paprr will bo plnuml to leant
that there ta at least one dreaded disease ( lint nclenco
baa been nblo to euro In nil Ita etiujos , and tliat I :
Catarrh. Hall's Cntarrh euro Is the only positlvi
euro now known to the mixllr.il fraternity. Catarrh
being a constitutional ( Il3eii.sc. requires n rontlltu
tlonal treatment. Unit's Catarrh Curu la taken In
ternalljuctlnit directly upon the blood nnd mucous
Burtaees ot thn pyntrm , thereby destroying tlio
foundation oftho disease , and invlni ; the patlen
strength by building up the constitution nnd nsslst-
Ing nature In doing 1(3 work. The proprietors bava
BO much faith In Its curative powers that they offc
Ono Hundred Dollars for any cnso that It lolls to
euro. . Send for list , of tratlmonlali
Address P. J. CIIKNEY A CO. . Toledo , O.
Bold by all DniCk'Ms. 75c.
Take iioUl 1'ainlly 1'lllD for constlcatlon.
Miss Glddlgosh Oh , uncle , have
you seen the Wllllamses' baby ? Do
describe it to me.
Uncle Snark Description ! TJm !
ah ! very smallfeatures , clean shaven ,
red-faced , and looks a hard drinker.
Important to Mothers.
Examine carefully every bottle of
CASTORl A , a safe and sure remedy for
Infants and children , and see that it
In Use For Over J } ( ) Years.
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
If the women are to bo credited ,
every married woman finally dies of
a broken heart , nnd every old bach
elor has had his heart burled in n
grave for years.
Cnn&tlpntlnn causes nnd Rrrlnutljr
niimj d I M'.I > < ! . It IH thoroiiKhly cun-d by Dr.
I'll ico'b rullctH. Tiny hUKir-coatcd frunulcs.
Did it ever occur to you that book
worms are awful bores ?
? * * * ' M * ; - ' - ' J "iii' * * ; ' y. y- * ; ' * * * Lgy5 l * t ° lfg"- >
Best for Baby and Best for Mother I
Is fine [ or children end adults , very pleaiant
to take and ftce from opiates. It teethes
and heals the aching throat and assures restful
nights to both mother end child.
All DrugsuU , 25 cent * .
Color more floods brlohtsr and latter colors than an ] r
enj garment without ripping opart Write ( or ireo bo
Mrs.Ho sewife-Tiiefe5 a
Medium in Everyfiuntf
r UF done is not Rood.
This is especially trno of baking nnd it is Just ns true of baking powder. II
you use the cheap nnd Big Can Kinds you nro getting quantity nt the sacrifice of
quality. It cannot bo ns good or nn economical as Calumet the medium pricfl
hind. If you use the High Price Kind , you nro paying tribute to the Trust the
quality is no better.
? 9 14 < T Htf IT 4 99
leres the Ml Vafce in
Calumet , in the Standard 1 Ib , can ,
and Big sells at a moderate cost but is great
Can Kind in all'round satisfaction. You use
Ies3o U itmakesthobakingllghter ,
purer inure deli
cious. Ono baking
can you get
more substance buff Kind riority try it. Ask
not more baking your grocer nnd in
powder. It is ( Treat Crtit In price , sist on Calumet.
Free Inreo bandsomo
in quantity only- * little in qunti * reeljx > boolt. Soml 4o
tjrtndliiequ * and ollp found In
Dot in economy- IKylina bitter pound can.
sfflLEP- * Calumet
col in satisfaction. (
CHICAOO Boltlntt Powder Co * ,
THE LAFIOCOT MANUFACTURER OF
1 MEN'S FINE SHOES IN THC WORLD
WonrW. L. Douglnjicomfortnble , I
I onoywislklnB oliooa. They tire
mndo upon honor , of the beat lonth *
I era , by the moat skilled workmen ,
In nil the latest fnahlona. 8)1003 ) In
| every otylo nnd nhnpo to suit men I
In nil walks of llfo.
ir I could tnke you Into my largo
fnctorloo nt Drockton , Mdas. , nnd
I ohowyou howcnrofully W. U. Doun-
' Ina ahoos nro mndo , you would
[ then understand why they hold
thalr shape , fit batter , wonr longer j
I nnd nro of greater vnluo than nny
i ether mnKo ,
OADTION. SiiothntW L. noticlas
nninoiiml tlio retail prlco Is B nmpeu on
| the bottom. TuUo NuHubBtltuto.
is Clogged up
Thnt'a Why You're Tired Out
Sorts Have No Appetite.
CARTER'S LITTLE , ,
will put you right
in a lew day .
lion , Bil-
ioutneu , Indigestion , and Sick U-udacbe.
SMALL PILL. SMAU DOSE , SMALL PRICE
GENUINE must bear signature :
"I have suffered with pilea for thirty-
six years. One year ngo last April I be-
gau takiug Cascarcts for constipation. In
the course of a week I npticeu the piles
begau to disappear and at' the cud of six
weeks they did not trouble me at all.
Cascarcts have done wonders for me. I
nm entirely cured and feel like a new
man. " George Kryder , Napoleon , O.
Pleasant. Palatable , Potent , Tnsto Good.
Da Good. Never Slckcn.Wonkcn or Grlpo.
lij,25c. 50c. Never sold In bulk. The con-
ulno tablet Ktnnipcd C C C. Guaranteed to
euro or your money back. 920
U LIVE STOCK AND
4 In urnnt vnrlrty for FJilnntUin lowest prlcon by
_ 10 ouncei to
-oilier ( turch"a only 12 ounce * amo price and
"DEFIANCE" IS SUPERIOR QUALITY.
What Governor Donoon , of Illinois ,
Says About It :
-flOTOrnorUoiiconof Illlnolnownn ni > co-
_ Mon of Iniul In Kngkutcluivrrm.
Onnndn. llo bus said In
I on Inturrlani
"Ait an Amarlcnn I nm
unllrJitntl to M > O the ro *
marknlilo iirosroaa of
Wotorn Cminiin. Our
the Ixumilnry In tlion-
nmla , nnd t | mvo not yet
ic't cnio nno mimlticri
o liml nmilo n mUtnkq.
Tliey nro nil ilnltiii mill ,
Xlicro IK ecnrciMV i > coin-
iminltr In the Mlildlo or
\Vo tern HtntoH tlmt ) IM
not n rniirescntuUTo In Manitoba ,
BiuVutcliowim or Allwrta. "
125 Million Bushels of
Wheat in 1909
WeMorn Onnndn field crop * for
19)9 ) will niudlylolil totliofiuut
or 170.OOO.OOO.OO In onnh.
1 'rofl Momentcnili of JOO norom
nnd pro-ciiiptloim of lOOncri'i
lit f .I.OO an nrro. Jtnllnny nnd
J.nnd Unmitnnloft Jiavo Jnnd for enlo
iitroummiidlnprlcoH. Mimy fiirin-
crs huvo paid lor their IIIIK ! out
fit tlui iiroctMMt * of on vrnn.
Hplrnilla rllmitto , coixl ftrlionU.
oxrc'llt'iitrailway liirllltlr , loiv
frolclit mti-n , UIHH ) . uator ami
1'nr pamphlet "I tHl Jloat Wwt , "
rnrtlrnlurn M to ultnl > lo locntlnn
nnil low ncttlore' rntu , ripply to
Hup't of Immlitrntlon. Ottnnn ,
Uau. , or to Cunadlan Uov't , Audit.
W. V. BENNETT
Room 4 Ol ) Bdg. ! Omaha , Ittb.
( IJnomldrcssneiiroHyoii , ) (1) (
of lliu pnpcr dc-
Readers to buy
tised in iti columns should ins& upon
having what llicycsk _ ( or , refuting all
tubfli'utcs ' or imitations.
Invrnture'lunik frrii. l ! < "oler
ft IKibli , Tat. Attyn. , IM-1W
McOlll llltlh' . , WuBli. , 1) . 0.
W. N. U. , LINCOLN , NO. 51-1909.
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