The Norfolk weekly news-journal. (Norfolk, Neb.) 1900-19??, September 23, 1904, Page 6, Image 6

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    THK NORFOLK' NEWS : FRIDAY , S10FT KM HE It 28 , 11)04. )
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Her Itunliiiiid lo Kri'd Illiunrlf
Ol.ll.lrcn Ail ml I Their tlnlll.
Albert Hcrt and wlfo wnro before
Justice. Vuller'H court yesterday
charged with stealing kitchen utnnsIlN ,
dliOics and provisions from the Qtinon
City hotel , the complaint having been
tiled by Lnndlord A. I ) . Howe.
They pleaded guilty to a portion of
tlio charge lodged against thorn and
wore fined $10 nnd costs each. Mrs.
Iiort promised to pay her line and her
husband was taken to Madison on the
nftoi noon train by C'hlef of Police
Kane. , where ho will servo out his line
In the county Jail.
Mrs. llert had boon employed at the
hotel , going on duty at fi o'clock In tlui
morning and It Is said that It had
"l.l boon her custom to hand out provisions
to linr husband for himself and child
ren. Thuy worn arrested ihlH mornIng -
Ing , Mrs. Hort being detected In the
not of pasting to her hunlmnd a. loaf
of biead ninl mime cnUo for the chil
dren's breakfast. Bonn' sympathy IH
expressed for th wlfo. hut 110110 for the
husband , who seems to have depended
upon hlB wlfo for tdu mipport of the
entire family.
V. Moore IIH down from Crolghton
J. II. llldo was ever from Madison
Goo. Mitchell was In the city from
Osmond yostorday.
Willis MciUrltlo of Madison wax In the
city over last nlghl.
Mr. Hoot of l.UHlc , Wyo , , was a Nor
folk vlHltor yoslorday.
S. M. Cato and I'M. ' Uarlz wore down
from I'lorro yesterday.
C. Sowol WIIH In the city u short tlmo
yoaterday from Wayno.
Weort Kuruhuffur of Tlldun was In
the city today on business.
1C. K. Valontlno and wlfo wore overnight
night visitor * from West 1'olnt.
Sylvester l.owln and wlfo wore ever
from Madison shopping yesterday.
G. C.Vobor and Mr. Williams Imvo
gone to Lincoln on hiHuranco huslnosM.
Mrs. .1. II. Atlur was down from Hut-
tlo Creek yesterday on u shopping tour ,
A. J. UuiiKHtlor wan In the city on
business yesterday from Ihiltlo Crook.
John Wonko of I'lalnvluw IH In the
city on his way homo fiom Casper ,
George MarHh and Miss Jennie Miller -
lor of Otohard are visiting frluudH In
the city.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl llohfold of Plaln-
vlow are gncsls of Mr. and Mrs. Kmll
Koohn on Bvaasch avonuo.
Mrs. It. Dontlur of Council llluffs.
Iowa , Is In the city visiting with her
ulster , Mrs. Sldlor.
Leland Spauldlng IH homo from Mad
ison where ho captained the base hull
, , tonm through u Bhorl but successful
Mrs. A. J. Durlnnd and Mrs. Burl
Maiioa and children drove to Madison
today to visit with Mrs. T. P. Mem-
Homo Mlllor of Omaha arrived In
Norfolk on business yesterday at noon.
Jndgo II. Wndo GIllls was In the city
oyor night on his way from the county
fair at Madison to his homo In Tokn-
Miss Pearl Archibald , a student nt
tlio state university who has boon
teaching at Load City. South Dakota ,
passed through Norfolk yesterday on-
route to Lincoln where she will rosiimo
her work.
Frank Jackson of Fairfax passed
through Norfolk yesterday enrottto
homo from a trip through the llluok
Hills with his father. The trip was
ono of combined business and pleasure.
Ho had driven to Stuart from Fairfax
last Friday.
Al Johnson hays there Is not a tlsh-
worm or a fair substitute In town ,
and if anyone Is authority on the sub
ject , it Is Al.
Fourth street has boon partially
graded as far as the alloy north from
Madison avenue , and another layer of
clay and soil will be added if the con
tract and spccltled cost will admit of
TinKHS company Is piping from the
main that runs to The News otllco Into
the Auditorium , whore the gas will be
used for boating the dressing rooms
and for other purpoi-es of convenience
to the actors and actresses.
Circus day lias again como and gone
In Norfolk , the Norrls & Howe show
leaving late last night for Columbus ,
whore they will exhibit Monday after
noon and night. The next attraction
on the Norfolk program Is the base
ball tournament on September 27 , 2S
and 9 , when four of tlio fastest teams
In northern Nebraska will contest for
the liberal purse hung up by the local
The horse attached to the plumbing
wagon of O. W. Hlsh Indulged In a
spurt of speed last evening , running
from Twelfth street to Tenth on Nor
folk avenue. Near Tenth the wagon
collided with an obstruction , smashing
ono of the wheels niul the frightened
nnlmal was afterward stopped. The
plumbing tools that were In the wagon
were ( scattered about rather promiscu
ously and Mr. Hlsh spent some tlmo
In getting his property together.
During ono of the hippodrome races
nt the Norrls & Rowe circus yester
day afternoon ono of the ponies at
tached to n chariot foil and was dragged -
god n considerable distance by the
other ponies In the team. The llttlo
animal's near side was badly out as
the result of the accident and ono of
Its fore legs and ono of the hind legs
wore badly soralned. It was with diffi
culty that the brute made Its way to
the cars , but the hostler thinks that It
will recover In a few days and be able
to perform Its share of the work and
take part In the performance again.
Get to school right with a supply
of News' tablets.
Mint I'liNNrimrr 'yriilnnlll ' l.rrnr Kite
All n n ( en r.nrllrr CiiniiiirnelnK To.
A now time eard takes nfTiK't on the
NoflhwoHtorii tomorrow which iimltes
live minute clmngoH In a number of
the | inn ! oiii : r trains. At the rlty de
pot the train from llonontnel will ar *
rlvo at r > : ir > n. in. Instead of RifiCi , de
parting for- the unfit nt the name time.
Tito aftoinoon train for llcinnMeel will
leave ril I p. in. Instead of 1:05. : At
the Junction depot thn morning IHIH-
xmmor from Long I'lnn will arrive at
fi.lfi Instead of fiififi. The Omaha morn
Ing train will leave at 0:10 : Instead of
fi I'JO. The midday passenger from the
lllark Itllls will arrive at 12lfi :
and leave at I2'.ir > , which In five
minutes earlier than before. The
Chicago and Omaha paHHongor wilt ar *
rive nt 1U:2R : Instead of 12.1 : ! > and depart -
part for Uonosleol nt 12 .fiO Instead of
I2Cir : > . The train for Long I'lno will
leave at 12CiO : Instead of l o'clock. The
evening passenger from the east will
arrive at 7 ir > Instead of 7 .10 but will
I eave for the west at the same tlmo ,
8 o'olnt'k
TIIII i'\.vr AMI
i.oriisr iM.Aorn OK ioACO. .
Stnle HUN Arlxrn I'roni Hard Time *
mid I'oxertj to UVnllli anil Aliiiiid-
nnce Itcfiillecllniin of nil lOnrly
Settler of Niirlli JVrlirnnlui.
Great changes nro wrought by the
hands ol Tlmo , none greater than has
taken plauo In this section of the west
within Iho pusl thirty years. It seems
but yesterday , when a hey of 12 years ,
we stood In the old farm yard In Ma
ple creek proulnct and watched the
grasshoppers devour ouvrythlng with
in roach ; thoiu wore millions of thorn ,
anil one who has not gene through n
scourge of the llttlo posts can have
no Idea of their numbers. Tlio time
referred to was thirty years ago , per
haps u few days oarllor In the month.
Wo rumombor ( hat the grain wan cut
and the most of It was In the shock ;
the old Marsh harvester , purchased
of Sunnier llros. , among the pioneer
business men of Sohuylor , stood In
the yard between the house and barn ,
If the sod structure used In housing
the team of mules employed lu doing
HIM farm work could be given that
name. U was about the noon hour
when what appeared to be u black
cloud showed up In the northwest ,
and soon a rumbling sound wax hoard
and the "hoppers" commenced to do-
soend upon the growing corn. A
I'oity acre field that hail bt-on the
pride of the household soon fell ( lit
erally eaten tip ) as before the reap
er's sickle. Kvorythtng In the garden
and Held was destroyed. As ono old
neighbor said , "the only thing they
did not do was to dig the potato crop , "
There was no coi n crop that your ,
but small grain wax good , and the
plonuors , iifiod to economy , practiced
It moro stringently and waited for tlio
coming spring that thuy might seed
for another crop. Hogs , cattle and
horses wore fed on wheat , most of It
soaked before feeding , and those who
who were hero at the tlmo will toll
you those wore hard times In Nebras
ka. Those of toduy do not know the
moaning of the expression "hard
times. " Credit could not * bo obtained
ir\copt upon the best of security , which
few had to offor. Hates of Interest
wore so high as to be llttlo better than
robbery. Not a few abandoned their
claims , as the homesteads were called ,
and went back to their "wife's rela
tions ; " others stayed and fought the
battle , winning homes for themselves
and families and the honors due a
pioneer. The people of the east sent
aid to the "grasshopper sufferers" that
was timely and greatly appreciated.
Hut have wo not looked upon the
dark picture long enough ? U Is always
darkest before dawn. A bright day
wax soon to break on the dwellers
upon our prairies. Oood crops , year
In and year out , was to be the reward
of porsoverence anil endurance. The
sod house , the dugout and the home
steader's shanty are a thing of the.
past , to bo looked upon as a bad
dream and repeated to young ears
that would swallow only a part of the
story. The Nebraska of thirty years
ago and the Nebraska of today ! What
a dllToionco ! Land was of llttlo or no
value , people poor In purse though
iravo and resolute , none of the com
forts of life and nearly all of Its
Today the same dear old Nebraska
> > lossoins like the rose , cities have
been built on her rolling prairies ,
thrifty towns cluster among the hills
and adorn her valleys ; everywhere the
eye looks with ploaMiro upon scenes
of beauty finely kept farms , large ,
comfortable farm houses , good barns
and sheds to shelter the beasts and
house the bounteous crops that re
ward the tillers of the soil. No longer
Is the farmer without credit , no long
er does the 2-and-3-por-cont-a-month
shark got In his work. The farmer
has a bank account of his own ; ho
Is the thrifty , progressive citizen , the
backbone of the republic. The good
friends of the east , who sent him
succor , now como to htm to buy the
bonds of the proud commonwealth
that borders on the Atlantic , as an
Investment for his school funds , and
ho cannot refuse them. The golden
corn Is turned Into the coin of the
realm and our eastern friend takes It
homo with him Hinging the praises of
Stand up for grand old Nebraska ?
Of course wo will : so will every son
and every daughter of the old plo-
neors It Is a duty they will never
neglect. Ho well's Journal
Fly Net Sale.
I will soil flynots for the next thir
ty dnys at a discount of from 15 to
20 per cent I am overstocked with
them and they must go.
Paul NordwlB.
oivr.Niuniim : MXT TO A .SHUT
Hall ( InmrVn H to 1 In Kin or of ( lie
HIIIIIP Tonm .Hiirerniifiil Ilnlluuii A -
ei-iiKlon Trottlnw liner \Viin Won lij
Vrnll rp Trollrn
CHKIOHTON. Nob. , Sept. 1C. Spe
cial to The Nows. The second day of
the Knox county fair was well attend
ed and the ovnntH of considerable In
terest. The ball gnmo was rather ono-
nlded to ho of the best , nevertheless
a good crowd watched It through and
but for the hopeless toad the homo
team had ever the visitors would have
linen < | illto close , Crolghton took the
game from Vordlgro by a score of 8
to li the following bolng the showing
by Innings :
Crelghton 40002020 0 8
Vordlgte 00100000 0 1
llattorlos : ( Jrolghton , Alderman and
Htltly Ctolithton : Vordlgro , O'Keofo
and Harta. lilts : Crolghton 9 , Vordl
gro 1 terrors , Crolghton ft , Vordlgro 4 ,
Kddy Crolghton took three single hag-
goiH , Jack Green 1 and O'Koofo lined
out a two-bagger. Struck out , by
O'Keofo 9. by Alderman 10. Loft on
bases , Crolghlon 7 , Vordlgro 3. Hit
by hall , HnfTmtiHli 2 , O'ICeofo , 3. Um
pire. HIiiHton.
Tomorrow the game will bo between
the Crelghton team and the Crook
Hats , and a uloso and Interesting con
test Is In anticipation.
A very successful balloon ascension
wax made by Mr. Whaloy with his two
dogs , and they hold the attention of
the crowd during the tlmo of the per
Tim trotting race was won by Par-
fenna , owned by Cavnimugh of Vordl
Deiuoeriille .Senatorial Contention.
The democrats of the Eleventh sen
atorial district of Nebraska are hereby
called to moot In delegate convention
nt the Oxnard liotol In Norfolk , Nebras
ka , on Wednesday , the 28th day of
September , 1904 , at 2 o'clock p. m. , for
the purpose of nominating a candidate
for the olllco of state senator to bo voted
ed for at the goncral election In said
district on the 7th day of November ,
I'JO I , and transacting such ether busi
ness IIH may properly be presented.
The several counties will bo entitled
to ono delegate to said convention and
lu addition thereto ono delegate for
each 100 votes or major fraction thereof
cast at the general election of 1903 for
the lion. John J. Sullivan for associate
Justice of the supreme court , under
which apportionment each county Is
entitled to the following number of
delegates :
Madison 1C
I'lorco U
Stanton S
Wayne 9
It Is recommended that no proxies bo
allowed In said convention and that
delegates present from any county cast
the full vote for which the said county
Is entitled thoroln.
Hy order of the democratic district
committee , Sept. 10. 1904.
Delegates from Madison county : F.
1C. Martin. II. 13. Cot-coke , Tom Wude , I.
G. Wostorvolt , Emll Winter , P. II.
.Knot , Nlo Schmidt , P. G. Sailor , J. C.
Hooves , J. C. Stltt , John Friday. Aug.
Horgomoyor , Hurroll Heed , S. J. Flnno-
And I'lekril up In n Junk Shop of New
lork City for * .W > liy Dr. J. II. Mnc-
kn.vVlicn . lip WMM n I.ail The Old
Inxtnimriit WIIH DiiMty mid Ilrokrn.
Among relics valued for lliolr an-
llnully and for llielr association that
arc to be found within the walls of
Norfolk' Is a very , very old violin ,
made by a world's famous nianufac-
tuicr during the seventeonlh cenlury
and brought to this city by Dr. J. II.
Mnckay , who picked up the Instrument
In a Junk shop of New York city dur
ing his boyhood days.
The old musical product was made
by that noted Italian violinist , Gla
Palo Maglnnl over In the old country.
Hy some manner unknown It wUs
brought to America , found its way
into the llttlo dingy Junk shop of the
great metropolis and some lime later bought by the youthful Mackay
for the sum of $35.
The violin had a broken back when
It was thus unceremoniously picked
up from Its quarters of poverty. It
had seen a hard bit of a career. Af
ter three centuries of existence , again
with that rare tone which comes alone
to violins thai grow old , U Is sllll as
steady as when found In Now York
The present owner doesn't know
Just how It came to America. Per
haps It was the property of some fa
mous musician who played his way
Into the now world and who gave Now
York a sort of tune llinl comes only
from Italy and the Italians. Perhaps
It was nn Instrument upon which con
certs were played. Perhaps the player
became financially broken and had to
pawn his violin for a mouthful of
bread , or perhaps more likely he
was killed In n merry crowd and his
old comrade the product of the hand
of Mnmlnnl , the famous maker , was
picked up and bartered for a. few bits
of silver In tlio Junk shop.
At all events , from Its gloomy quar
ters , where it hung amid a nelwork
of spider webs , and dust , the young
lover of relics eamo by and made the
purchase for thlrty-flvo silver slmolo-
ons , and would not take three times
that today for the relic of the throe
llonip Ton in TnkPN ( lir Inut of 'Hirer
( liimr * I'roin Drnilmtuil VUltom
by n Mcorc.
TILDKN , Nob. , Hopt 19. Bpoclal to
The Now : The Tlldcn and Dead wood
hall teams played u oerlex of throe
games bore Friday , Saturday and Hun-
day. The llrst gatno resulted In a vic
tory for the vlnltors , the sooro being
IS to 7. llnttorlos , Tlldun , Oshorn ,
Hchiink and Ulry ; Deadwood , Clfrint-
wood and Mitchell. Umpire , Hmlth.
The second ganto was also taken by
the visitors. Score by Innings :
Dead wood 10014000 x 6
Tlldon 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 4
Dattorles : Tlldon , Lonthoby and Ul
ry ; Deadwood , Williams and Mitchell.
Umplio , Funk.
Sunday's game waa Interesting from
start to finish and was captured by the
homo team. Iloth teams batted wall.
Score by Innings :
Tlldon 20202220 x-i-10
Donilwooil 410003010 9
Errors : Tlldon 8 , Deadwood 10.
Struck out by 1'rovo II ; by Cheatwood
and Williams C. Hits by Tllden S ; by
Ooadwood G Homo run made by Ulry
off Choatwood. Jiattorlca : Tllden ,
I'rovo and tTlry ; Dead wood , Cheat-
wood , Williams and Mitchell , Um
pire , It. 13. Oarscallon.
In Stlp ( of ( ho Advice In Unit Work
Iiiitdlnllrl.v , ( lie DlMtliiKiilHliPil Ofin-
ocrntlo Lender Deelnrex lie Will
Keep III * Dull * In Tliln Clly.
Word comes from Denver that W.
J. Urynn has boon warned by his
physlclalns that ono of his lungs was
affected In his St. Louis speech and
that ho must glvo himself Indefinite
rest. Mr. Bryan declares ho will meet
his dates beginning with October. If
ho Is able ho will probably appear In
Norfolk October f > , the date originally
sot , although the doctors have In
structed him to quit. The telegram
follows :
DENVHIt. Sept. 18. William Jon-
nlngs Hrynn , Nebraska's most distin
guished citizen , has not entirely re
covered from the effects of his strenu
oslty at the St. Louis convention , and
loft today for Rawllns , Wyo. , where
he will spend two wcoks In absolute
"I am going away from the rail
roads and the telegraph , " said Mr.
Hryan , "for I want real rest. I don't
expect to hunt It Is rest that 1 seek. '
A close friend of Mr. Bryan says
while there Is nothing serious In bis
condition , yet the doctors have told
him that his tremendous physical ef
fort at the national convention left
one lung affected , and that ho must
give It absolute rest for an Indefinite
period. Mr. Bryan lias agreed to glvo
the lung two weeks to mend , but In
sists that bo has pledges out to par
ticipate In the campaign and that he
will spend the first week In October
In Nebraska , the second In Missouri
and the third In Indiana. The last of
the campaign will bo In Nebraska
The Intimation that Mr. Bryan was
suffering from a lung affection was ap
parently news to Lincoln friends. Ills
family physician. Dr. Rlghtor , said
that bo had not examined Mr , Bryan
for two months , and that ho know of
no lung trouble. Ho regarded him as
a man possessing the most perfect
physical health possible. Mr. Bryan
has been having a good time out in
the west. The Denver Post says of
his visit there :
"Mr. Bryan and bis wlfo will leave
Friday for Kawllns , Wyo. , and will re
main In that state until October 1.
The children returned to Lincoln this
afternoon to enter school.
Mr. Bryan's trip to the southwest
was primarily to see the Grand canon
of the Colorado. The party visited the
petrified forests near Holbrook , Ariz. ,
the cllft dwellings near Flagstaff , and
the Indian pueblo at Acoma , N. M. At
Las Vegas bo went duck shooting and
when bo left the train this morning ho
carried bis big hunting booth slung
ever his arm.
"The only speech of length deliver
ed on the trip was at Las Vegas , al
though ho made brief * talks at Albu-
iUfjriie , Ratnn , Trinidad and other
"I will not say that I will not again
be a candidate for the democratic tnom-
Inatlon for the presidency , but I do
say that I have no plans at present
for such a candidacy , " William Jen
nings Bryan said , who arrived In Den
ver over the Santa Fo at 9:30 : o'clock
this morning. He was accompanied by
his wlfo and his children , Grace and
William Jr. , and Miss Sarah Dakln , a
teacher In the Denver public schools
and the former teacher of the Bryan
chlldien In Lincoln.
Seated at a desk In one of Mr.
Hughes' private otllces , where ho was
writing , Mr. Bryan made the forego
ing statement to a caller , and con
tinued :
"I enjoy the work that I am en
gaged In , and the part I take In poli
tics Is entirely Impersonal. I am
striving for the success of the princi
ples that I adhere to undying princi
ples and nm not considering myself. "
"But you do not regard yourself as
a 'dead one , ' as the eastern democrats
claim ? "
There was a "crown of thorns" look
In Mr. Bryan's face , but bo replied
simply :
"I do not care to discuss myself. "
"What do you think of the outlook
for the national democratic ticket ? "
"I consider It good , but it Is a little
early to Judge. However , I have llttlo
faith any more In political prognosti
cations. You know I have failed In
several of my own , in which I had
been very confident. "
As a medium of exchange for any
thing In north Nebraska try a News
want ad.
\AI.H : or PI.HMHS is not IIIID IN
\\OIITII TI.V cn.vr.s rnii
Tl.rrr'n n Hull lu ( lie .Miirkct Kor l.'nlr.
Without .Sprelf ) Inn AKC , Color , MUr ,
niNpimKlon or I'rt'tliiim Con.lltlon of
Mrrtlludf * .
There's a "hull" In the cat market ,
The price of pussies has gorio upward ,
The value of the pets that purr has
taken a sudden decisive Jump and those
who deal In tlio futures of the follne
family have promise of boating 5ut
Joseph Lcltor at his wheat game.
Within two days , regulated by supply
and demand , the price on cats has ad
vanced from five cents to ton cents In
Norfolk and It Is not known yet wheth
er or not the cat owners will release
tholr creatures oven nt thai rale.
A few days ago there appeared In
the wanl columns of The News a lllllo
ad. which said , "Cals Wanted tit the
Hoc Hlvo. Will pay live cents each. "
Hut Iho people who had a corner on the
jnt market refused to sell. They were
holding , probably , for future sales.
They probably figured that the frost re
ports from the northwest would bolp
them out. And they won. Today , In
the want column , appears u sequel to
the story. Wanted , " It says , "CatH nt
ton cents each. " That Is what the Bee
Hlvo store today Is offering per purror.
Some poor pussy will likely leave her
happy home for this dime. But she
will got a hnpplor home , no doubt.
Because there Is evidently a chance at
the Bee Hlvo for a few cats to enjoy a
basket picnic the live long night.
Maybe his name will bo Tom. The
ad. does not specify what type of cats
arc needed. Nothing Is said as to age ,
size , disposition , color , breed , health or
previous condition of servitude. Any
kinds and all kinds , or whether they
are kind nt all or not , are wanted at
the Boo Hlvo and for each cat a silver
dime will be paid.
There will bo probably follow more
chapters In the tale of the cats.
Ilepuly United Stnlex Miirnlinl Ciiilurcx
"Fcnllierlc-KH. "
DAKOTA CITY. Neb. , Sept. 19 By
working n ruse Deputy United States
Marshal Sides succeeded In capturing
Alonzn Show , known as "Feather
Logs. " a confirmed "bootlegger" and
would-bo desperado , who has been In
and around the reservation for some
Show escaped from arrest August
2fi while in charge of Mr. Sides and
since then has been in Iowa and Min
nesota. Ho returned to Homer and
threatened to kill any olllcer who
should try to take him. Marshal Sides
got word that he was In Homer , and
knowing It would be futile to attempt
his arrest , as the saloons and boot
leggers have sentinels placed around
the outskirts of the town , ho deputized
George Cain to make the arrest.
Cain , In company'with" Town Mar
shal Dan Purdy of Homer , found
"Feather Legs" In Lucklmrt's saloon
and arrested him , placing him in the
Homer calaboose. Marshal Sides was
notified of the arrest and wont to
Homer from this place nt once. In the
meantime "Feather Legs" made an
attempt to break out of the calaboose
by battering down the door which was
In the Jail. Had Mr. Cain not gone
to the calaboose when ho did , about an
hour after "Feather Legs" was put In.
his prisoner would have been gone
"Feather Legs" was heavily Ironed
and brought to this place and placed
In Jail until the departure of the train
for Ponder , where he will have his
examination on the charge of bootlegging -
logging before United States Commis
sioner Sloan.
net * Aituy I'm in Ilonpltnl and Can
not He Found.
OMAHA. Sept. 17. "Fainting Ber
tha" Llobecko , after numerous unsuc
cessful attempts to escape from St.
Bernard's hospital , where she was
committed pending her appeal to the
district court from the Insanity board's
commitment to the state insane asy
lum , has suceeded In gaining her liber
ty. She evaded the watchfulness of
the sisters and walked away.
The sheriff's office was notified , but
up to noon today no trace of the girl
had been found.
Mm. G. C. Hunter.
Mrs. Giles Hunter died Friday night
of typhoid fever at her homo on South
Fourth street , after an illness of nine
days. The funeral was hold from the
residence yesterday afternoon at 2
o'clock , conducted by Rev. W. J. Tur
ner of the First Congregational
Mallnda C. Nauslar was born In In
diana December 30 , 184C. At the age
of 16 she was married to C. A , LIbby
and lived In Henry county , Iowa. Six
children were born to them , two boys
and four girls.
March 14 , 1S93 , she was married to
Giles C. Hunter at Nellgh , Nob. , where
they lived until two years ago , when
they moved to Norfolk. She leaves a
husband , two sons , one daughter and
two sisters to mourn her loss.
WANTED Industrious man or wo
man as permanent representative of
big manufacturing company , to look
after Its business In this county and
adjoining territory. Business success
ful and established. Salary { 20.00
weekly and expenses. Salary paid
weekly from homo ofllco. Expense
money advanced. Experience not es
sential. Enclose solf-addressod en
velope. General Manager , Como block ,
Cliiiiulicrlnln COIIKH Homed ) ' AliHolute-
ly llariulexN.
Every mother should know that
Chamberlain's Cough remedy is per
fectly safe for children to take. It
contains nothing harmful and for
coughs , colds and croup Is unsur
passed. For sale by Leonard the drug
Itercnteil Urntrr Tulcc YrMrrilny mid
llrlle\c * the Prtiiinnt IN Now In
Sill lit.
OMAHA , Sept. 1' ! . The Omuhn team
took two more Kames front Denver In
this city yesterday afternoon. This
brings the throe lenders within a range
of fourteen points of each other. Oma
ha ciithuslaHtB now believe that Oma
ha will win the pennant.
Fly Nets.
A discount of from 15 to 20 per
cent on all flynots the next thirty
days. Now Is the tlmo to buy thorn.
Paul Nordwlg.
How to
Make Bread
Good bread bakers , ta
well as beginners , can
always learn something
new about making bread.
Send for our bread book.
which explains "How to
Make Bread" with Yeast
Foam the best yeast in the
Good home-made bread
is delicious , nutritious , and
beautiful , and is j ust as casv
to make as pie or cake , if
you use Yeast Foam and
follow the directions.
which is the first essential
of good bread , imparts a
flavor and aroma of its own.
It's made of wholesome
vegetable ingredients , and
contains the secret of that
sweet , nutty , wheaty taste
which is the delight of all
good home-keepers.
The secret is in the yeast.
Yeast Foam is sold by all
grocers. Each package
contains 7 cakes enough to
make 40 loaves and sells
for 5 cents. It's the most
economical and the best , re
gardless of cost. Write for
the book to-day. We mail
\\.free. \
Chicago ,
Slie Has Cured Thousands
Practicing Aleopathy , Home
opathy , Electric and Gen
eral Medicine.
Will , by request , visit profeslonally
returning every four WOOKS. Consult
her while the opportunity Is at hand.
DU. CALDWELL limits her practice
to the special treatment of diseases of
the eye , ear , nose , throat , lungs , feraala
diseases , diseases of children and all
chronic , nervous and surgical disease *
of a curable nature. Early consump
tion , bronchitis , bronchial catarrh ,
chronic catarrh , headache , constipa
tion , stomach and bowel troubles ,
rheumatism , neuralgia , sciatica , kidney
diseases , Brlght's disease , diseases of
the liver and bladder , dizziness , ner
vousness , indigestion , obesity. Inter
rupted nutrition , slow growth in child
ren , and all wasting diseases In adults ,
deformaties , club foot , curvature of
the spine , diseases of the brain , par
alysis , heart disease , dropsy , swelling
of the limbs , stricture , open sores ,
pain In the bones , granular enlarge
ments and all long standing disease *
properly treated.
Illond nnil Skin DlMenneii.
Pimples , blotches , eruptions , liver
spots , falling of the hair , bad com
plexion , eczema , throat ulcers , bono
pains , bladder troubles , weak back ,
burning urine , passing urine too often.
The effects of constitutional slckneu
or the taking of too much Injurious
medicine receives searching treatment ,
prompt relief and a cure for life.
Diseases of women , Irregular mens
truation , falling of the womb , bearing
down pains , female displacements , lack
of sexual tone. Leucorrhea , sterility
or barrenoss , consult Dr. Caldwell and
ihe will show them the cause of their
trouble and the way to become cured ,
Cancera , Goiter , FUfuln , Pllra
and enlarged glands treated with the
subcutaneous Injection method , abso
lutely without pain and without the
loss of a drop of blood , Is one of her
own discoveries and Is really the moat
scientific method of this advanced age.
Dr. Caldwell has practiced her profes
sion In Borne of the largest hospitals
throughout the country. She has no
superior In the treating and diagnosing
of diseases , deformities , etc. She has
lately opened an olHco In Omaha , Ne
braska , where she will spend a portion
tion of each week treating her many
patients. No Incurable cases accepted
for treatment. Condultatlon , examina
tion and advice , one dollar to tboaa
Chicago , IU ,
Address all mall to Bco Bulldlrir * .
Omaha , Neb.