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TITE 75MATTA DAILT BEE: TnnnSDAT, OCTOBETt 23. 1002.
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What are your toes for? Adornment?
The chiropodist and the shoemaker who knows his business
will tell you that they are made to grip the earth at each step
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and freedom even in the
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FINDS THE PALMIST WISE
Put Beatrioe Man in Way to fiud His
::vt If other and 8iatef.
"HAD ALWAYS SUPPOSED FORMER DEAD
Did Not Know Ho Had a SlsterEx
amlnatlon of Conrt Records
J'roves Story to be Partially'
Trao at Least.
BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. 22. (Special.)
W. C. McCarney leaves today tor Dwlght,
111., In search of his mother, whom he sup-
Dosed to bavo been dead for thirty-two :
years, and a sister tnat ne never anew.
In 1870 Charles McCarney and his wife
separated. At that time W. C. McCarney
waa but 2 years of age. His father raised
'fclra and told him that his mother had died
when he was very young. .
While in DenvepTecently Mr. McCarney
visited a palmist who read his palm. The
woman revealed to him some things that
aroused his curiosity, and directed him to
go to Audubon. Ia., and to look In the ,
court recorda and he would And something
that would surprise him. She also told
blm that his mother, was still living and
that ho had a sister who was married, and
that be would fall heir to a large amount
of property, but would have to go to law
to secure It. While Mr. McCarney treated
the matter lightly it worked upon hla mind
until two weeks ago, when he visited Audu
bon, Is., and looked In the books upon the
pages Instructed. To his surprise he found
upon the very page a petition for divorce
filed by his father. In which he related the
"fact that two children wer born to them;
that the mother had the girl and the father
the custody of the boy.
; Further research revealed the fact that
divorce had nsver been granted, but the
petition sad been dismissed by the fsther
at his cost four yesrs after having been
filed. The records of the recorder's office
also showed, that the father had sold valu
able lands, making on deed as a "widow
er" and another as "unmarried," although
he had never been divorced.
Mr.McCarny consulted a trance medium
In thla city yesterday, who described In
detail all that he already knew about the
natur and further stated that his mother
was alive and that he would And her and
sis slater. . . 1
. It what he anticipates on bis esstern
trip proves t p true, he has an Interest
In a valuable, estate, and what is better,
will find a mother that ha never knew.
Oct. 22. (Special.)
Officer Stiles arrested Edward Cooper, a
private of Company B. Twenty-fifth In
tantry,' from Fort Niobrara, this morning,
A bary U whatever its parents mako it. This is so even to the first
stages of (Testation, when, if tho mother gets proper treatment, the
baby will bo a jolly, laughing, good tempered, robust little angel.
Nature when nided by Mother' i J-run J will give a healthful child
with a free and graceful body, which ia evidenced in elastic action
of the limbs, clear skin, bright
nntanly over aucn a creation, "How besuttiul I niraning not
necessarily that the child ia pretty, but: that its general effect ia one
of seeming attractivencsa.
Mother's t rumd is a liniment for external application. Womep'a
own prettv fingers rub it gently on the parts so severely taxed, and
it ia Instantly absorbed and so lubricates the parts.
Ynar drvffitt sells it for 1.04 per bottle
Yoa mm? bave our book " Xoihethood " FKCC.
THE DRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.. Atlanta. Ga.
Our price $3
who Is wanted at the fort tor desertion,
Cooper's papers show that he was granted
an honorable discharge and re-enlisted for
three years In September, 1902. Two other
colored Infantrymen left the same tlmo
that Cooper did, and -while they are sup
posed to have coma with him, have not been
CATHOLIC KNIGHTS . ELECT
Biennial State Council of Order Com.
pletes Its Session at West
WEST POINT, Neb., Oct. 22. (Special.)
The tenth biennial state council of the
Catholic Knights of America of Nebraska
has Just completed its labors in this city.
A full representation of the different
branches of the order in the state was pres-
ent. The report of the state secretary
showed a gain In membership for the last
two years. The following state officers
were elected for the coming blennlura:
President, William Schlli of Columbus;
secretary, J. L. Wehrnert of Columbus;
vice president, Ferdinand Walter of West
Point; treasurer John H. Lindale of West
Point. John Burkhard of Omaha was elected
supreme delegate to represent the state
at the supreme convention of the order
at St. Louis In May next. Right Rev. Rich
ard Scannell, bishop of Omaha, was elected
state spiritual director.
BABY IS KILLED BY A TRAIN
Wanders Onto the Track and Is Not
Discovered X ntll Too Late to
LINWOOD, Neb., Oct. 22. Special.)
About three miles west of here the Hast
ings trsln, last evening at 6:30, ran over
and killed the year-and-a-half-old baby of
Anton Breilna. The railroad track is about
200 yards from the house and It is supposed
the little one toddled onto the .track, trying
to follow its father, who was away thresh
ing. It was not missed until brought in
dead by the trainmen.
Uobbrri Tap Three Safes.
BELGRADE, Nb.. Oct. 22. (Special.)
Burglars robbed three aafes here last night.
The one in the Union Pacific depot and that
In the postofflcs were blown open and the
contents of the safe In the J. E. Cooley
lumber office was stolen. The robbers se
cured about $200 at the depot. 1125 at the
poetofflce and $160 In the lumber office.
The Inle-rlore of both the depot and post
office were wrecked by the force of the ex
plosion. The Job is charged up to two
strangers who were seen in town yesterday.
I.udae Ulves a Bananet.
WAHOO. Neb.. Oct. 22. (Special.) The
Ar.cl?nt Order of United Workmen lodge of
Wahoo No. 200 gave an elaborate banquet
last night to all the members of the An-
eyes, fine hair. We exclaim invol-
style permit of this?
The truth is a stiff
rigid sole on the
shoe atropines tne
muscles of the foot,
and makes walking
the most tedious and
clent Order of United Workmen lodges in
Saunders county. Orand Master Workman
jJaskalek, Grand Recorder Barton, Grand
Receiver Morgan and Grand Trustees John
son and Alter were present and made short
addresses. The various lodges in the county
were represented with large delegations.
TWENTY-SECOND BACK HOME
Soldiers Complete the Two-Hnndred-
' Mile March From Fort
FORT CROOK, Neb.. Oct. 22. (Special
Telegram.) The Twenty-second Infantry
arrived at this post at 11 o'clock today
after a march of 200 miles from Fort Riley,
Kan. The distance was made In twelve
days, two days ahead of schedule time. The
last fifteen miles from Springfield to this
place were made in slightly more than
three hours. The men after their long
Journey are strong and healthy, the only
marks of exposure Is the tan on their faces,
giving them the appearance of farmers
more than soldiers. Several days' rest will
be given before taking up the routine life
of the post.
MISS STONE TO SPEAK AT YORK
ramons Missionary to Address the
Christian Endeavor Con
vention. TORK. Neb., Oct. 22. President Chase of
the Young People's Society of Chriatlan
Endeavor today announced that Miss Ellen
M. Stone, the Turkish missionary who was
captured by brigands and held for a ran
som, will address the Christian Endeavor
convention here on Saturday night. Her
address will be a review of the work In
Turkey and will havs special reference to
the part tbo Endeavorers have bad In the
support of missions.
FATALLY HURTJN RUNAWAY
Team Becomes Frightened nt Bicycle
WAHOO, Neb.. Oct. 22. (Special Tele
gram.) Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thorns, while
returning to their home a few miles south
j of here, met with a serious accident. Their
team became frightened at a bicycle and
ran away, demolishing the buggy and throw
0 out toe occupants. Mr. Thorns waa
severely injured internally and there is
little hope for his recovery. Mrs. Thorns
was very badly bruised.
Catholics te Balld Chnrch.
ROSELAND, Neb., Oct. 22. (Special.)
The Catholics held a mass meeting the
first cf the week and decided to build a
new church building north of Roseland.
The new building will be of brick or brick
veneer, and will cost about $10,000. It is
said that this will be the finest Catholic
church building In Adams county.
rhoolhoose for Hospital.
KEARNEY, Neb.. Oct. 23. (Special Tele
gram.) The Board of Edusatlon at a spe
cial meeting today adopted a resolution to
submit a proposition to the voters of the
city to convey to the new city hospital as
sociation ths unused Alcott school build'
Ing In the First ward, to be used for hos
Medicine Company Locates at Yerk.
TORK, Neb. Oct. 22. (Special.) One of
the largest real estate transfers In business
and manufacturing property was the sale
of the large tbree-story brick building of
ths Nebraska Newspaper Vnlon to the Na
tional Medical company, which la locating
Appointed National Inspector.
SUPERIOR, Neb.. Oct. 22. (Special.) Mrs.
C. E. Adams of this city wss todsy In re
ceipt of a telegrsm announcing that she
hsd been appointed national inspector of
the Woman's Relief corps.
L0BINC1ER SUCCEEDS DAY
Omaha Man, Named for Vacant Place on
Supreme Court Oomminion.
FLAX HAS HABIT OF CONFESSING CRIMES
Nrbrnska raelne Railroad File Aril
elee of Incorporation Avowed Ob
ject la te Belt Mac Sontn
west From Omaha.
(From Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 22. (Special Telegram.)
Late this afternoon the supreme court an
nounced the appointment of Charles S.
Loblngler of Omaha to succeed George A.
Day as a member of the supremo court
commission. The announcement created
some surprise around the state house, as it
appeared to be the expectation among the
lawyers in attendance at the session that
the honor would fall to Judge H. M. Sinclair
of Kearney. The other attorneys mentioned
for the place were w. J. Courtrlght of
Fremont, who is a cousin of Governor Sav
age, Judge R. C. Glanville of Grand Island
and Judge E. F. Warren of Nebraska City.
The appointment Is really that of Justice
Sedgwick, as the retiring member. Judge
Day, was a republican and the right to the
succession wss conceded to one cf the same
political faith. It has been understood that
any one whom Justice Sedgwick might se'ect
would receive the indorsement of the court
unleps personally objectionable to the other
Can Ask Tarty of. Voter.
The aupreme court has declared that the
provision In the primary law directing reg
istration boards to submit to voters the
formal query to determine their preferred
party affiliations is constitutional and valid.
The decision was ona of the forty-two
handed in today. It cornea in the case of
Charles Q. DeFrance vs. the registrars In
a Lincoln voting precinct to restrain them
from Inqulslllvenect on that score at a time
when DeFrance, now. candidate . for state
auditor, was seeking election to the city
council. He claimed that the query in
timidated voters and prejudiced his election.
The district court denied the writ applied
for and the supreme court affirms the de
Flax Denies Belnar Robber.
John Flax, the man who confessed to the
sheriff that he waa the man who planned
and helped execute the recent train rob
bery near here, made a second confession
today. This one was made to the county
attorney, and Is given considerable credence
because of its plausibility and the fact that
part of It has already been confirmed. The
confession is, as taken down by the county
I want to tell you the exact truth. I have
sen lying to you right along, but I realize
tat by doing so I have nut mvself uo
against It and made It a pretty dangerous
and serious thing for me.
The fact Is I had nothing at all to do
with this crime and I don't even know
where U htpptned. That la the reason I
ret iHQ.i to (ro along with the officers out
there, because I knew they would trip me
up and that I could not oven show them
wlitro I' hnu occurred.
Mv real name is John Flax: I am a cigar-
maker by trade and my home is In Oregon.
I am a poor, worthless, drunken wreck. My
fimlly is H coed one, but I will not tell you
nbot.l them If I have to die or it. I don't
want trem to know of my career. I have
hud a good education and I have had sev-
er.il good businesses, bu'Jft lost all through
drink. 1 have taken thill&eeley cure, but
niive ta'ien s
The fan ia. I am a conrmed confessor of
crimes. I have confesseitto crimes In San
Francisco, in St. Joseph Ind Kansas City.
My picture is down at tki workhouse In St.
Joseph ana you can sett ktnere and get It.
I have been in Llncolf and In Omaha.
Tou'il fir.d my valise BiL,,ne of the hotels
here. In Omaha I etonjvo for three days
with a woman at 1SU3 North Twenty-fourth
I wat In Smith Center, Kan., on the morn
ins; of October 28 and worked a little while
for th- Williams CiRar company. From
there I went to Belleville, Kan., and stopped
over nl?nt (tne nignt tne train robbery
was committed) at a hotel there. In the
morning the proprietor told me I hadn t
registered and I put my name down then
and there as John Flax. From there I
walked to Superior, ana got on a rreight
train. I dldn t know In what direction It
was grlnc. but It landed me In Red Cloud.
From tncre I went to uxiora ana men to
Falrbury. where I arrived on Monday
morning, the 13th. There I was arrested
Incorporate a Railroad Company,
The Nebraska Pacific Railway company
has filed articles of incorporation for the
conatructlon and operation of a line of rail
way having Its eastern terminus at Omaha
and running thence southwest through
Douglas, Sarpy, Saunders, Lancaster, But
ler, Seward, York, Polk, Hall, Clay, Adams
Kearney, Phelps and Gosper counties. The
headquarters of the line are fixed at Funk,
In Phalna fmintv Ttft InrArnnMlAn rm
Oley Erlckson, Emmet L. Clark, Fred Sin
gleterry, Frank V. Hedstrom and John
Westerburg, all said to be residents of
Phelps county. The authorized capital
stock Is 11,000,000. No Information was ob
tainable aa to the significance of the docu
ment other than what Is shown above.
Articles of incorporation of the Foster
Grain company of York were filed today,
with E. D. Foster, A. B. Houghton and L.
O. VYllsey as Incorporators, and the au
tborlzed capital stock fixed at $50,000.
George Innls. genersl secretary and
treasurer of the Team Drivers' Interna
tional union, has filed with the secretary
of otate a certificate of the device adopted
for the union's label. It is a wagon wheel,
the hub of which comprises a horseshoe
encircling a horse's head. Beneath Is
The International Dry Goods Commission
company of Omaha has filed a certificate of
Incorporation. W. 8. Hewetson, William
Coppock and E. 8. Weatherly are named as
Incorporators and the capital stock Is
125,000. Its purpose Is the selling of dry
goods on commission for manufacturers,
Homeopaths In Session.
The Missouri Valley Homeopathic Medical
society began a two days session here to
day. Some twenty-five members were pres
ent at the opening sessions, which were de
voted largely to addresses of welcome and
responses. Dr. Finney, for the Lincoln
homeopaths, greeted the visitors, and Dr
Montgomery of Council Bluffs, the presl
dent of the association, responded. Thl
evening Mayor Wlnnett turned over the
keys of the city. The president's address
was read at the evening session, followed
by appointment of committees, and a ban
quet at the Bailey sanitarium.
Baya It Wasn't an Accident.
Mathes Limbeck wss arrested today on
the charge of feloniously and purposely
shooting at Lawrence Pordsche near Crete
on Monday last. Limbeck was out hunting
When Pordsche and two friends drove up
In a buggy they were met with a discharge
of shot from Limbeck's gun. Pordsche will
probably lose an eye, but none of the others
were serioui-ly hurt. They Insist that Llm
beck took a ehot at them through malice
and because of an old disagreement. Lim
beck says that be rose up to greet them
for the purpose of asking to be given a lift
toward home, but that the trigger of tbe
gun caught in his trousers and the contenta
were discharged. He gave o00 ball for ap
pearance tor trial next Wednesday.
Sidney Republicans Cnthnae.
SIDNEY, Neb., Oct. 22 (Special Tele
rram.l A rousing republican rally waa
held at the opera house tonight. Addresse
were made by Hon. F. W. Col Una of tbe
Department of Justice, Washington, D. C
Hon. Peter Mortenatu. candidate for stst
treasurer, and Hon. W. K. Fowler, tbe
efflclent stats superintendent of schools.
Each speaker paid a glowing tribute to
the late lamented William McKlnley and
congratulated President Roosevelt on hit
successful handling of the anthracite
strike. State Issues were handled In
masterful manner. The audience waa very
enthusiastic, cheering loudly and fre
quently. Cheyenne county la safely republican.
Hard Timet Social.
BRAPSHAW, Neb.. Oct. 21. (Special.)
In these good times the Bradehaw High
school gave a "hard times" social for the
purpose of adding additional funda to the
treasury of the high school students. Nesrly
$30 was taken In. County Superintendent
K. C. Bishop of Tork won the medal for
appearing as best representative of a
member of Coxey's army.
Dlptherla at Wymore.
WYMORE, Neb., Oct. 22. (Special.) The
6-year-old aon of Henry Klusman died Sun
day afternoon from an attack of diphtheria,
to which disease he was exposed while on a
recent trip to Atchison. A rigid quarantine
has been established by the city officials
and it Is thought the disease will not
Ran a Ten-Penny Mall Throaah Ills
While opening a box, J. C. Mount of
Three Mile Bay, N. Y., ran a ten-penny
nail through the fleshy part of his hand. "I
thought at once of all the pain and sore
ness this would cause me," he says, "and
Immediately applied Chamberlain's Fain
Balm and occasionally afterwards. To my
surprise It removed all pain and soreness
and the Injured parts were soon healed."
OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES
Movement of Hoas Enlarging and
Approaches Last Year's
CINCINNATI, Oct. 22. (Special Tele
gram.) Price Current say the movement
of hogs is enlarging. The total western
packing last week was 365,000, compared
with 305,000 the preceding week and 400.000
last year. Since March 1 the total is 11,480,
000, against 14,420,000 a year ago. Promi
nent places compare as follows:
South Omaha 1,190,000
Kansas City l.lTO.Ono
d. T I Tin IIIM
St. Louis 710,000
Bt. Joseoh 912.00)
Cedar Rapids 215.00
Sioux City 513,000
8t. Paul 320,000
Garland" Stoves and Ranges.
warded first prize. Parts, 1900: Buffalo.
0RECAST OF THE WEATHER
Fair Today, hot low Will Have
Storms and Cooler To-
WASHINGTON, Oct. 22. Forecast:
For Nebraska Fair Thursday; Friday In
For Iowa Fair Thursday; Friday showers
For Illinois Fair Thursday; cooler In
north portion; Friday showers; southeast
For Missouri and Kansas Fair Thursday;
Friday increasing cloudiness. .
For Colorado and Wyoming unsettled
weather, with occasional showers Thuraday
and Friday. .
For North and South Dakota bnowers
and cooler Thursday; Friday showers.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Oct. 22. Official record or tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding ujr ui
the last threa
1902. 1901. 1900. IS!.
Maximum temperature.... 82 82 63 vs
Minimum temperature.... 61 62 64 69
Mean temperature 2 68 78
Precipitation 00 .00 .83 .00
...i nr umiwrilurt and precipitation
at Omaha for this day and since March 1,
Total excess since March 1.., -119
Deficiency for the day 0' Inch
Total rainfall since March 1.... 28.40 Inches
Deficiency since marcn i..........
Deficiency for cor. period 1901.... 6.93 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period 190) 49 Inch
Reports from Stations at T P. M.
CONDITION OF THE
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Valentine, part cloudy
North Platte, part cloudy...
Bait LKe L-lty. pari ciouay.
Rapid City, part cloudy
St. Ix)uls, clear
St. Paul, cloudy
Kansas City, clear
T Indicates trace of precipitation.
L A. WETJtH.
Local Forecast Official.
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October 24, to Lincoln and
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return until 25th.
Tralna leave Omaha Union
atatlon (:50 a. m., 1:80 p.
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i every day
of the goo
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brings many flatter
Ing reports of tne gooa ne in ooing. or ia
relief he baa given.
Hot Scrinzs Treatment for Stchll's
And all Blood Poisons. NO "BREAKING
OUT" on the akin or face and all external
signs of the disease aisappear at once.
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TEN DAYS TRIAL
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