The Falls City tribune. (Falls City, Neb.) 1904-191?, March 10, 1911, Image 4
THE FALLS CITY rRIBUN Consolidations Falls City Tribune, Humboldt Enterprise, Rule Record, Crocker's Educniional Journal and Dawson Outlook. Entered s •**•!'**• • -t lass mattci at Falls City, NcbrasKa. |> - arv 12, V oti March J, 1ST11 Published every Frida s at Falls t ity Nebraska, by The Tribune Publishing Company Om year *'• Six tc mths Three mouths . •40 TELEPHONE 226. Tlu> Tribune office is in fee* ipt of u communication entitled "Up e i Falls City.'' it is signed "A ( iii.eii whith we would like very much to joint hut cannot because wo do not Know from whom il conn . We m glad to receive an id a from Citizens of Falla City, who me interested In a better aiul biggi i town, and : in ill be glad to publish thorn, Put they musWiivarlubly be ;i ned by tit> writer. This is not because w. care to publish tlu> writ'is name, a. w> : hall not when in show good faith on tIT© part of the writer. !ki. « * ♦ There once was a man who aspired to be a politician, 11c married a thrifty wife and soon settled himself to the congenial t« k of letting Ids good wife make tiro living for him. One day she found him a good Job that paid $20 a week but lie p fu I to take it, saving tlmt the Job was beneath him and would ruin Ids stand lug as a politician. In other words, it was work and then lore la le d class. The wife wiser than many packed her few belongings and with the children returned to the homo of her parents. Then the wretch had to work. Great is politics. • * * The mobilization of an American army id the Mivi vu frontier has excelled great interest among I,or don politicians and in commercial circles, but all are still in the dark as to whether the movement is for political or purely military n a sms. The foreign office denies tlmt the ISrilish government sin;).■ -led the action taken bj Washington, btu these officials speak in such diplo matic terms that their stab meats are not necessarily convincing. There is little doubt expressed by ili • public and the newspapers (bat Hi political situation in Mexico caused President Taft's strrong move, but 1*. is questioned whether Giis gov ernment had any share in the matter. WORK FOR PROGRESSIVES The tentative plans of the pro gressive Republicans for the extra session of congress,*as outlined by Senator Cupp, denote that there will ho no cessation in the activity of these people representatives in the new congress. The progressive republicans in the senate are in a peculiarly advanta geous position. They hold the bal ance of power. The <h moerats, ev - en if united, will need these republi cans to put through such good meas ures as they may father. And there should not be nnj irreconcilable dif ferences between the programs of the progressive Republicans in eithe House. Even on the tariff they are closer together, so far as immediate changes are expedient, than are the two wings of the republican party. Tliis great fact of a new, non . partisan division is going to be made more and more apparent in the new congress, for there are already signs that the reactionary democrats are going to align themselves on some Important measures with the react lonnry republicans. If the results of the extra session are what they should he, no party will have exclu sive credit. The honors will go to the progressives, regardless of party. —Kansas City Star. The Chinese Merchants' Associa tion at New Yoi k has received ad vices indicating that 'China intends to fall into line with Japan and to send over to this country a visiting delegation of business men to learn all they can about industrial conditions here and to foster the growth of American trade with China. The visit of the American commercial delegation in China a few months ago was marked by the extraordinary demonstration of cour tesy, such as had not been accorded to any private body of foreigners before. • • • AND MORE RUSSIAN TROUBLE A curious state of affairs lias < x isted in the educational world of Russia since the new year. Lec tures have had to be abondoned in all the classes of the universities of St. Petersburg, Moscow, Kieff, War saw, Kharkoff and even in far off Tomsk in Siberia. More than n hundred professional (hairs are vacant, through resignation or di mfsritl. Doctor Miinneioff, the re< tor of Mrcriiiv riilversity; Do'tor MotiBiiier. j the* \ h ' rector anil i’rof. M Inankoff. 1 (ie.'IU of the hue fHCltlt) . V. liO !V . gtje I tii' Ir post.1. have l»i i n deprived of t i ir status uh profc- ors. .More ili 'ii a thousand gltidenU are in jail nwaiting t ial for breaches of the ptarea of varying degree of ser lot . pi s The whole JtUfli on i« dt*. eril.ed a t the tra.edy of higher • dtp at Inn C e eland-Huglies Department Stor —March 18th. Watch for announce ments. 30-3t Ruef Actually In Prison. San Francisco, Mar, —After a legal battle covering a period of four years, Abraham Ruef occupies a cell In the state’s prison at San Quern in In charge of a deputy sheriff, the mar who at one time ruled San Francisco, left the county jail and two hour.' later he had been turned oici to the prison authorities. A Veteran Killed Himself. Leavenworth, Kan,, Mar, 8.- <L orgi S. McReynolds, a veteran in the Sol diers’ home hospital, committed sul tide by cutting his throat. McRey nolds was suffering from a painful ab scene, He was a soldier in Troop H Tenth Illinois cavalry, In the Civi war it-. are m i Mover nna niT iirn tiny. in Addition to haring n suitable* ration, the 1*1-" (1 sows should have opportu nfty f >r exercise and dry and snug ret veil ventilated quarters In which t i sleep. COL "JAKE” ADMIRE IS DEAD The Veteran Newspaper Man Known in Three States Ended His Days at Enid, Oklahoma. Pnid, Ok., Mar, * —Col. .1. V. Ad ki •> n to K ... as and Ml sour I . aaer readers as "Jake" Admire, d a. his hots u hore after a long ill Hess, Col. "Jake” Admire, dean of Okla lionift newspaper men, one of the. founders of the Republican party in t i state, was the first man in Okla homa to !>" nominated in Ids party ; I '* Electric Theatre : I I i Thursday, Friday and | Saturday Mights Cheyenne Frontier Day ; and Vaudeville l I i I The : Cowgirl : and : the : Rube Jack and Kitty Lee Singing and Dancing and Lightning Crayon Artists The Lees will have their own moving pictures, and tonight will positively show a feature reel of pictures advertised by the UNIOhl PAC1L1C RAILROAD n which Mr. Jack Lee is photographed as street marshal, showing the cowbovs riding steers, roping and tying in eignteen seconds. This reel is operated exclusively by tile Lees. Good Music Singing : Dancing : Lees THREE REELS ; Change Each Night Admission, 5 and 10c Here is a Chance to get this $55.00 Bridge, Beach & Co. Superior : Cast : Range AT YOUR OWN COST Fir© backs guaranteed to last 5 years for coal 15 years for wood and they last longer. Has the ) Patented TRIPLEX grate which clears the fire- j box of cinders and ashes in two seconds, with out dust or noise. Call at our store any timu before March 25ih, 1911, and you will be supplied I with a card upon which to write your name and address and the amount of your bid and place it in a sealed box which will be opened at 1 3 o’clock p. m. Saturday, March 25th, 1911 I and the card bearing the highest bid gets the RANGE. I" Wc consider this RANGE the best value on the market for the price — $55 00—and it is likely someone will get It for considerably less. WHY NOT YGU? This Range is the result of seventy five years of progressive effort of one of the largest Stove makers in the world. A firm Who have always catered to the best trade and never attempted to build a cheap article. They make Stoves and Ranges especially adapted to Wood or coal, whish out lasts all others. CALL AND SEE THE RANGE AND PLACE YOUR BID EARLY. Bloom & Long Hardware Co., Falls City, Nebraska tor governor. lit* was a native of In diana, born near Evansville fis years ago, but c-amc west to Topeka in thn early days ard was one of the first newspaper men of that state to be * omo ,t widely known character, I’oi a number of years bo owned and < dited the Xoith t'opeka Times and ■ater founded the Free Pro s at Osn-e t. iiy, owniag that payor until be i * to Oklahoma, shortly after the op a ing of the new territory to white set tlement In 18S9. V , *+v i + *• ++++■*"*+*+ ^ 'i +•> I <■ ■ ■ A <*’• : D. S. ricCarthy 1 y \ DRAY AM) t TRANSFER t |! Prompt ..u nt ; v •>.• ^ to tin' i v in i ■! 'I i hold >food - r PMONI; NO. 21! When in Tulls City put your team in THE FARMERS’ FEED AND SALE STABLE. 2 blocks west of State Bank J. P. Musselmnn & Son. THE NEW NATIONAL HOTEL Sidney P. Spence, Prop. Only Modern I lot c 1 in the City. Rate $2.00 Per Day. DU.’U. N. ALU SON DENTIS T Phone 248 Orrr I lirhai Con C'uinM Bank. FALLS C’lTY, NEBRASKA HARRY MILLER Contractor and Builder Plans and Estimates .Furnished. Falls City, Nebraska Subscribe tor the Daily Tribune cwH»*a«ffTwwipng^afacTv*•yjU3gr:agBfcm'iX.ziuMxzwvrr mi i in i n hi mi Mill m iw n iBfc DR. H.S. AN DRfcWS General Prat lioneer fulls AiiHwer-'d Day Or Nigs: Di Town or Country TELEPHONE No. 3 BARA DA. - NEBRASKA JOHN L. CLEAVER INSURANCE REAL ESTATE AND LOANS NOTARY IN OFFICE A. J, SMITH M. D. Physician and Surgeon, | Calls answered promptly night of ; day. Salem, : : : Nebr. Phones, Mutual 53; S. E. Neb 33 o O o THE DAILY TRIBUNE o o Delivered anywhere o IN PALLS CITY o o Per week.6 cents o o Per month .. ..25 cents o oooooooooooo n rj. ucmb\i<ts DKaN'MS'T Over Harlan’s Pharmacy, Office phone 260. lies, phone 271 EDGAR R. MATHERS DEN 'r I ST i'liotcs; Nos, 177, 217 STATE BANK BUILDING. CREGERSEN & KNIGHT General Contractors Don't Build Before Investigating Address—R. E. Knight, 1524 Ave B. 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