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LAND FENCERS' SIDE OF IT
CkUlemm'i Ptfeni is Offered by Blgiie
LNLAWrUL CONDUCT STOUTLY DENIED
Joseph Driml tmrm Settlers Are Wel
come and WHI'Snt Be latlml
dated in the Cattle
Joseph Driml. a cattleman of Blaine
rflunty. one .of the parties who ha been
brought under the bane of federal dis
closure for alleged Illegal fencing of the
I uMIc lands. Ip In the city to confer with
Inlted States District Attorney Ttaxter.
illative to the caw against him. He Bald
"We are not really very bad men and
, :o not rMo around over the public range
intimidating homesteaders and threatening
them with dire vengeance If they do not
pike out of the country and leave all
tha rand hill gran to us and our cattle.
I and my four brotheri are homesteaders
and we are. trying-to. ntake. a living tip 1
Hon the Dismal river Altogether we
have V acre of land, deeded land. This
land la fenced along our holdings, the.
feneea being on our own lands. There are
homesteader south of us who have fenced
their lands, and some over to the west of
us. The Inhospitable sand hills lie be
tween these fences. 'This la a public re.nge
und nobody Is restricted from herding or
t asturing cattle there.
Peaces Pat Ip Tears Ago.
"These fences were put up long years
before the Dismal river forest reserve
was ever thought of. They were put up to
keep the cattle from drifting, and while It
is possible public land may be enclosed
liy some of those fences, nobody is de
jirlved from putting cattle In there and
many do so and at no cost to themselves,
the cattlemen even furnishing the salt for
tlism without coat In many Instances. The
cattlemen keep the water holes open for
their own stock and the water is as free
ts the grass and air. It often happens
that owners of small bunches of cattle
running on the ranges with the big herds
50 not see their cattle from one year's end
lo the other. The increase ts branded with
the owner's mark at the roundup without
:ost to them. Of course sometimes they
pay for the care of their cattle, but often
they Xorget to.
"Now In my own case, I do not know
, what I am guilty of. I am told it is for
maintaining illegal fences on public lands.
All the fence I own or, maintain Is on my
own land. I own about twenty head of
cows, but I couldn't make a living oft them.
I have to go out and hustle, cut a little
hay here and there and get work oc
casionally on the big ranches, do' a little
hauling and so 6n.
'There Is a good deal of mlsundertsand
Ing about these hay valleys. Most of them
ure owned by the people, who have fenced
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them, and this hay Is our main dependence
for winter feed. Very few of the cattle
are winter ranged, hut must be fed at the
ranches. All the hay we can get Is from
these liny valleys, so you see they hsve
to be protected by fences, or the cattle
will graze them off.
"The government has fenced In great
tracts for experimental forest preserves all
over the Dismal river reserve. Cattle of
course are not permitted to range Inside
these fences, but the range Is free In all
unfnced sections. You will And the cat
tlemen up there are pretty good sort of
people, and are on the best of terms with
the homesteaders; In fact many of the
cattlemen nre homesteaders and where they
Join fences, It Is not to keep people or other
cattle out, but to keep the stock from
drifting and getting lost.
Lines Herd to Follow,
"rractlcally no roads or section lines are
denned enough to follow roads, so we have
the roads follow along the river bottoms.
It may be that here and there a fence will
cross a section line, if anybody can find
the line, but the fences are not put there
to obstruct any one's passage. There are
always means to get in an out of the
country, and the trail roads lead through
public gales that anyone is at liberty to
open and is only asked to close them to
keep the cattle from straying or trespass
ing on private lands. There are millions
of acres of land up there that can never
be cultivated, and are fit only for grailng
purposes. They are for the publlo use,
and no one knows that better than the cat
tlo men. They welcome settlers there and
will treat them right."
NONE WANTS TO BE A JUROR
AH Veniremen' Offer Eicsiei,
They Do Not All Satisfy
When Judge Vinsonhaler called the
county court to order Wednesday morning,
he found facing him half a dozen business
men, who had been summoned as Jurors
in a case wherein plaintiff was seeking to
recover a month's rent from defendant.
Sol Degan, the South Omaha stockman,
was excused so he could attend to a few
carloads of cattle and keep them from
starving to death, or becoming locoed with
a fearful thirst. Beaton, the druggist,
claimed exemption under the statute, as a
pharmacist and was also allowed to go.
Frank Furay said the boss moose would
surely require his personal attention before
the case was ended, and he could not
"I'm something of an elk myself," said
the court, "and I will see that your
pastured herd Is properly cared for,"
So Mr. Furay remained.
Balduff. the caterer, had a batch of fresh
cakes and bread In the oven, -and had
hardly time, he said, to run up to the court
house to get excused and return. He was
fearful, too, that his winter ice cream
might freeze, while he was away and his
trapped pineapples might dissolve.
"The people are eating too much sweet
stuff anyway." said the Judge, "it's bad for
the teeth. Please remain in the court
rnnm Mr Ttaldufr. Your Judgment . Is
admirable, I know."
Charley Orlmmel remembered that some
red hot business deals were getting cold,
while he was wasting his time In court,
but the Judge told him tie would enjoin
any person who attempted to fade Mr.
Grlmmel's chances, and Orlmmel took his
seat In the box.
. r. N Gonden whispered to his honor
that there were many cars of perishable
"That excuse won't track with the letter
of the law," said Judge Vinsonhaler. "If
all you say ts true, there Is that much more
ia,.ni,i nf an earlv verdict in this case.
Stick here for the finish. Mr. Clerk call
It did not take long to hear the evidence
and the quartette of extraordinary Jurors
went out to consider at 11:30. They came
in at hungry time and said they could
not agree. "Well, you may go and eat.
said the court, "and afterward you can
come back and get together. We cannot
afford to let such promising material fall
of results, when we get it so r.w
the Jury had to acquiesce.
The four-man Jury came in at 3:10 and
reported that they could not agree. The
court then diacharged them. This was the
second trial of the case, which was brought
by the Normandy Apartment House com
pany against C. G. Underwood for 152.60.
In case of a disagreement Jurors In the
county court are allowed only 60 cents In
stead of l. which they get when they
agree. The faces of the four busy men
were a study when they were given their
vouchers by Clerk Sugarman, but their
chagrin turned to merriment of a boister
ous kind when they were also .Informed
that they could not even get the 60 cents
t once, but could probably discount tneir
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PHONE MATTER IS TABLED
Question for Dual System Third Time
Falls of Support of Real
For the third time the question of a dual
telephone system for Omaha was discussed
Wednesday by the Real Estate exchange
and for the third time the exchange ad
journed without committing Itself for or
W. T. Graham, a member of the telephone
committee appointed three weeks ago,
brought in an individual report which dis
cussed the matter from both sides, but
which, in the opinion of those present, did
not suggest any conclusion. He moved
they lay the whole matter on the table.
Byron G. Hastings, another member of the
committee, reported he had looked Into the
matter thoroughly and was In favor of only
one system. After a Tree aiscussion me ex
change passed the motion made by Mr.
F.lectlon of officers will be held November
1 and nominations will be made next
Wednesday. It Is rumored that there ts a
movement on foot to elect W. H. Green
president and W. G. Shriver secretary.
These men have already served the ex
change In the capacity of president and
W. H. Russell, a former member of the
exchange, has returned from Oregon, where
he hss spent the last five or six years. Mr.
Russell suys he will enter business In
f world can any
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NEBRASKA DAS GOOD CHANCE
Coriamken Hop to Win Saturday frem
WOLVERINES SHOW NO GREAT SUPERIORITY
Comparison of Teams and Methods
Induce a Better Feeling; In
' Booth Tamp and Give
Blse to Hope.
LINCOLN, Oct. IS. Booth's Cornhusker.
are not going to Ann Arbor next Saturday
on the assumption that Yost's pupils are
predestined to win. Instead the Nebraska
team Is fired with the teat of victory on Its
own account. Booth Is not boasting, but he
Is convinced that the Cornhuskers have at
least an outside chance for the honors.
The cohorts of Yost have not been beaten
since the "hurry up" man was Installed ai
coach 'it Ann Arbor in 1901, and there is no
good reason for the belief, as viewed from
the Nebraska angle, why Michigan should
expect, to go on forever triumphing over
Much 'of the optimism prevalent In Ne
braska 'circles Is due to the reports from
Ann Arbor by Assistant Coach and ex
Captaln Westover, who was a spectator at
the Mictrlgan-Vanderbilt game of last Sat
urday. If anything the Wolverines had to
offer on Saturday last escaped Westover t
was not his fault. He gives Yost credit for
holding a big edge over Vanderbllt, but he
could not locate the logic In the contention
that the Wolverines have any cinch in
snatching the victory from the Cornhusk
ers. Westover says:
I can't see where Michigan has anything
on Nebraska. Their line is heavier, but
Nebraska's back field Is Just as beefy as
Michigan's, and, in my Judgment, is Just as
strong. Longman, Yost's star fullback, was
not In Saturday's game, and I must admit
that his absence weakened Michigan quite
a bit. Much will depend upon the strength
of Nebraska's defense, but If the Cornhusk
ers play as they should a lot of Michigan's
charges will fall to gain ground. Mean
while I shall be badlv fooled if the charges
of Cotton, Taylor, Wilson. Weller. Mason
and Little fall to do a little execution for
Nebraska. The dope, of course. Is against
us. but If Michigan wins they will have to
play better foot ball than they showed
Change in Travel Plans.
The departure of the CornhusKers for
Michigan has been delayed until Thursday
night, and Instead of a two days' lay over
in Detroit Booth's men will go' direct to
Ann Arbor, reaching there Friday after
noon. The change In the time of departure
from Wednesday, as was previously
planned, was occasioned by the continued
wet weather in Lincoln, which has con
vinced Booth that his pupils will need every
bit of scrimmage practice obtainable. A
heavy rain on Monday converted the Ne
braska gridiron Into a mire and another
downpour at night satisfied the coach that
the squad could not expect to use the field
for practice during the week. Monday the
squad boarded special street cars, going
out several miles to the university farm
and experiment station, where the practice
was held on the turf. The loss of time on
the cars was too great to permit of this
performance being repeated and for the re
maining days of practice the Cornhuskers
have been disporting themselves on a nar
row strip of turf on the university campus.
Klckoffs and long runs were forbidden by
the limited area available for practice, but
Booth has been making the most of his op
portunities and has been driving his men at
the fastest clip possible. The line has been
claiming his chief attention, as he recog
nizes that the brunt of the battle will fall
upon th forwards and that If the Wolver
ines are to be held the line must do the
bulk of the work. , j . ,
Twenty players and Ave others, includ
ing Coach Booth, Westover, Manager Mor
rlson. Dr. Lees, chairman of the athletlo
Doara, ana me team pnysictan, win inciuae
Nebraska's party. A Pullman sleeping car
has been chartered for the especial use of
Solution of Freshman Rale.
The opinion of the student body at Ne
braska and In athletic circles in the Corn
husker camp is that the freshman rule
question has been solved by the Nebraska
athletic board in the most diplomatic man
ner possible. There was considerable op
position to the adoption of the rule by
Nebraska on the ground that the evils
aimed at by the conference seldom exist
here and also that Nebraska, while gen
erally stronger athletically than most of
the "Big Nine" schools, has been persist
ently turned down In Its ambition to mem
bership within the conference circles. This,
however, did not swerve the board In de
ciding to adopt the rule, with the proviso
that It any freshman had previously es
tablished his availability and had played
in any of the games this season he would
not be barred. All sports In the future,
however, will be governed by the confer
ence rule. Dr. Clapp, secretary of the
Nebraska board, explains the board's de
cislon in the following: '
Nebraska's affirmation of the freshman
rule is Identical with the action of the
conference itseit. rne rule was formally
adopted by the conference on June 2 of
this year, but the conference voted that It
would not be made retroactive, as a result
of which It was decided that the new legis
lation should not take effect until October
1. On June 3 the conference field meet
was .held in Chicago and freshman ath
letes were permitted to take part. The
same was true as to several base ball
games, which were played in June after
the adoption of the rule.
The alhlullc board at Nebraska held its
last regular monthly meeting In May, and
therefore had no chance to consider the
question of revising its eligibility rules
until the October llleetlnar. The bvlawa nf
the board do not permit any such changes
except ai a regular mommy meeting. In
the interim the school year opened and
foot ball practice was begun, a full month
elapsing before our board could consider
the freshman question. To have barred
freshmen from th foot ball team this year
would have been retroactive legislation and,
therefore, unfair to the players and to
ourselves, as the conference could not
rightfully ask or expect us to go further
than itseit had none. J notice tnat Mis'
sourl and Colorado universities still on
pose the rule, and there was a disposi
tion at Nebraska to take the same posi
tion, but the board here did not wish to be
out of harmony with the conference rules
and has therefore adopted them in their
Tomorrow morning a mass meeting of
students will be held In the university
chapel to cheer the foot ball team to vie.
tory In the Saturday game against Mlchi
gan. The people of Lincoln are stirred up
over the coming game more than they hav
been for a long time and it is expected tha
a respectable crowd of rooters will accom
pany the team.
YAIJC WIS GOLF IB AM MATCH
Prinreton Loses the Final Round by
Score of Sit 1-3 to 8 1-3.
GARDEN CITY, L. I.. Oct. 18.-By
point score of tlV to 84 Yale beat Prince
ton today in tne nnai round at inirty-sn
holes and won the team championship of
the Intercollegiate Golf club in the Uarden
Clly club's links. Of the five teams enured
Harvard, Pennsylvania and Columbia were
disposed of in the opening rounds yester
day. This left the representatives of the
New Jersey and Connecticut universities
to light It out In the final, which constated
of to rounds of the etghU-eii-hile course.
The best score of the day's play and of
the tournament was a seventy-nine made
hv Kills Knowles of the winning team.
This is the fourth time that Yale has won
the team championship since lw7.
Tomorrow morning the representatives
of the five colleges will play the qualifying
round at eighteen holes for the individual
H tM Ol MAY C OMH TO ST. LOI IS
Hrooklya Mmm Offered Maaagemeat of
Monad City Katlouals.
ST. LOl'IS. Mo.. Oct. IS --Secretary M.
8ianley Roblson of the St. Louis National
league base ball rlub today telegraphed
an offer to Ned Hanlon. manager of the
fitol u team, to become iuaiiaer el Lue
The eauoa why
McKibbln Fort am
known as the
standard furs of
America Is appat.
ent lo every wearer.
It pay to buy f
the best r
ThectSfC 121 dif
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Kibbin Par Lnrd
Costs fat men st
prices rantms f i ma
$21.50 to 4300.
local organisation In 190& Mr. Roblson
received Information that Hanlon had sev
ered his connection with the eastern club
nd will make every effort to secure his
HOPES OF TUB HAWKEYES DASHED
One of Beat Substitutes Cnable to
IOWA CITY. Ia.. Oct. 18. (Special Tele
gram.) The first serious blow to ilawkeye
Hopes or victory over Minnesota came to
night when It was definitely known that
Sldel is seriously sick with what Is be
lieved to be blood poisoning and that he
would bo unable to accompany the team
north. Sidel has been used at right tackle
during the three weeks that White was
out of the game with a bad knee tnd since
the return of the latter 1ms been counted
as being a valuable substitute for either
of the tackle positions. j
The regulars were sent through a hot
scrimmage practice tonight with the fresh
men. The offensive work of the 'varsity
howed up strongly, as thev made gains
against the youngsters almost at will. The
defensive work was not so good, however,
and Immediate steps were taken to remedy
m miter oeiect oy coacnes maimers,
Eby and Warner. The coaches have de
cided to retain Moore at right end, where
he will start the game against the
Gophers. The understudy for both ends
will be Knapp, who has shown rnpld Im
provement during- the last weeks. The
spirit of the squad continues to Improve,
the men getting into the formations with
Increasing snap and "ginger.
M'GOVERX KNOCK, OVT MIRPHV
Former Champion Disposes of Kew
York Ud In .Two Minutes.
PHTLADELPHTA Pa.. Oct. IS Tnmmv
Murphy nf New York was badly beaten bv
Terry McGovem tonight at the National
Athletic club. It took McGovem only two
minutes and two seconds to gain the vic
tory. Murphy was so helpless before the
ws of the former champion that the
referee stepped in and saved Murphy from
probable serious Injury. The defeated man
was game to the end. McGovern showed
his old-time form, fighting hard and faat
rrom tne sound of. the gong.
McGovern opened the round bv swinging
hard to Murphy's face and neck. He fol
lowed this with a hard blow to the hnriv
and then to the ear before Murphy could
inna. Aiier mat it was an Mcuovern. He
landed at will. Murphy began mixing It
up and got the worst of It. He was knocked
down six times and. each time he came to
his feet he would .stagger. McGovern stood
over him and struck him blow after blow.
finally Murphy became defenceless and
he referee stepped in and ended the un
even contest. Murphy was carried to his
corner in an altnpst unconscious condition.
The lub house Wrts so crowded that hun
dreds of persons - were 'turned away. An-
nuuncemeni wasiirauie' tnat MCliOvern and
Corbett had agreed to meet In a six round
bout at the club, i& a ahort time. ,
WITH THE BOWLERS.
In the Commercial leaa-ite arame last nlsrht.
on Lentz & Williams' alleys, the Stephens &
bmitn team aereatea tne Armours in three
straight games, thereby tying the Life
Malts for first plaoc. Caughlan took the
nonors or tne evening witn a score or 575.
STEPHENS & SMITH.
1st. M. 3d. Total.
fitlne 226 178 1ST 6t1
Hamblet 1fi2 ITS 54
Hlnrich 142 144 177 a
Lefholth 154 1H9 14S 471
Caughlan 215 171 189 575
ARMOURS NO. 2.
Commercial College Team Wins.
LOGAN. Ia.. Oct. 18. (Special Telegram. )
The Omaha Commercial college foot hall
team this afternoon defeated Logan. 33 to
0. Referees: M. Arnold for Omaha, John
Mefferd of Woodbine for Logan. There
was a large attendance.
The Bee would be pleased to hear from
all managers of foot ball teams In the
state In reference to their games and also
to have a report of games played.
Fremont's Young Men s Christian as
sociation team is organised and would like
to arrange a few games, preferably out of
Kremont, as several games are already ar
ranged for that city. The team is ready
to meet any high' school team of Young
Men's Christian association team, whose
weight does not -average more than 145
pounds. Write to' Wilson B. Reynolds,
manager Young Men's Clilrstlan association
team, rremopt, ivcd.
Polo enthusiasts are anxiously awaiting
the opening of the skating season at the
Auditorium, that they may begin to prac
tice. More will be done in the polo line
this winter, and an effort will be made to
organize a league. Besides tills the crack
players will be selected for one top notch
team and polo teams brought from abroad
to the big Auditorium. Polo proved an
attractive sport lo the spectators last
winter when only picked teams played, and
with a league with teal live interest the
game would surely prosper.
Hordes of hunters and wild fowl that
llgt on Cut Off hike are getting together
like the steer and the sledge in the
slaughter bouse. From practicing on the
dirty brown heads of the mud liens, the
gunmen have now got to the point where
chilly weather brings blue wings and
mallards within range. 'inere are not
manv of the "flying express" species yet
coming this way, but in a few days they
should be more numerous. Blue wings
are arriving from the north In bunches tiiat
show increasing numbers, and a few days
of low-tiytng clouds, if aided by a flurry
or two of sleet and wet snow, should bring
hocks that will give the silent men in the
blinds and on the passes work in which
their hearts find keen delight. The per
sistent and untiring hunter is the one who
has realised up to -date, although casual
visitors In the early morning have suc
ceeded in bagging a few birds.
OMAHA DELEGATES TO DENVER
Bishop Williams, Dean Beerher aad
Other F.pleeopal Clergy aad
Laity Attend Coaventloa.
Bishop Coadjutor A. K. Williams of Ne
braska diocese. Rev. George A. Bcecher,
dean of Trinity cathedral: Rev. R. B. H.
Bell, rector of the Church of the Good
Shepherd; Rev. James Wise, rector of St,
Martin's, South Omaha', and Clement Chase
left yesterday afternoon for Penver to at
tend the third annual conference of the
sixth missionary department of the Protest
ant Episcopal church lu the west. Accom
panying the delegates was a number of
women. Bishop Williams will occupy, the
pulpit of St. Paul's church next Sunday
morning. He is a former pastor of that
church. Mr. Chase, the only lay delegate
from Omaha, will adlres the conference
on the subject of "The Layman's Forward
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MORE ROOM FOR FREIGHT
Great r Bptct Demanded by Burlingtos,
Which Biildt Hew Btrsctsret.
ENLARGES NINTH STREET STATION
Mo Money Will Be Spared in
This Work. Delayed Only
by a Lark. of
Because of the great Inconvenience to
shippers, the Burlington has found It neces
sary to alter entirely the arrangements at
the freight depot at Ninth and "Jackson
streets and increase its facilities. Work
for the accommodation of less than carload
stuff Is well under way and the other work
will be begun at once. In speaking of the
Improvements Conrad E. Spens, general
freight agent of the road, said:
"We have today begun the construction
of additional facilities at Omaha station
for the handling of In-bound and out-bound
merchandise, and for the handling of car
load traffic. What Is known at present as
the Chicago house now used entirely tor
the handling of merchandise from Chicago,
Peoria, etc. will be enlarged to the extent
that It will accommodate all In-bound mer
chandise from all territory, and the ware
house at the south end of the receiving
platform will be utilized entirely for out
"This practically will double our present
facilities for the handling of in and out
In addition the roadway running the en
tire length of the receiving platform and
the warehouse, or practically from Jackson
to Harney streets, will be repaved. It Is
expected the necessary rearrangement of
tracks, and the construction of the ad
ditional warehouse space, referred to, will
be completed within the next two weeks.
It has been suggested that if tt were
possible to confine the present receiving
platform to westbound business, and tha
south end freight house to eastbound, this
would materially assist toward prompt
handling, and If shippers would co-operate
with us In thus segregating the traffic when
loading their freight on trucks. It would be
greatly appreciated and would redound to
the benefit of both parties.
Short of Labor.
"In this connection I might add that wo
have been somewhat short of necessary
labor. However, we are prepared to offer
such wages as ts necessary to secure com
petency, although, as ts well known. It has
been a difficult matter for some little time
to seenre labor, regardless of pay offered.
The situation In this respect has, however.
Improved recently, and we anticipate that
within a very few days our corps will be
"There will be no so-called policy of
economy pursued so far as concerns the
securing of all material necessary for
prompt and efficient service."
Report of Xw Hill Line.
A line from Guernsey, Wyo., to Salt
Lake City is reported as the latest piece
of railroad projected by James J. Hill.
Still It Is not on record that Mr. Hill has
tried to corner all available newspaper
space In order to advertise his confirmation
of this report. His admission Is not looked
for until at least 100 miles of the road are
The report which is circulating around In
local railroad quarters is to the effect that
Hill will drop a line off the Burlington at
Guernsey, Wyo., to Salt Lake City, making
It a western outlet for the Burlington sys
tem. The Guernsey line Is now 130 miles
long, 'extending' to Guernsey from an In
termediate point on the line from Denver
A large surveyors' outfit has Just been
organized by the Burlington In Omaha, and
it is said will be sent out to Wyoming
to begin surveys for this proposed road.
The prospecting outfit was altogether of
too extensive a nature to be sent out on
some short branch line, and as this pro
ject was seriously considered three years
ago the wise ones think there Is consider
able foundation for the rumor. A Burling
ton official remarked Monday that the
Burlington would do some building In the
near future that would open the eyes of
all who are In Interested In such matters.
Announcement was made today from
New York that George J. Gould has re
signed as chairman of the Wabash Railroad
company and has been succeeded by E. T.
Jeffrey, president of the Denver & Rio
Grande railroad. F. A. Delano was elected
president of the Wabash, E. T. Welles vice
president, W. H. Blodgett third vice presi
dent and counsel and E. B. Pryor fourth
vice president. A. C. Bird, formerly gen
eral manager In charge of traffic, was not
Man Who Fleeced Railroads.
. Alanson Stewart Appleton, the smooth
man who worked railroad officials for
transportation on the strength of his name,
which resembled a noted book publisher,
has been getting into trouble all over
the country. He was a temperance lec
turer at some eastern summer resorts and
beat his board bill, so that the landladies
are after him. At Portland several busi
ness men were trlmmod by the wily Ap
pleton and civil suits have been started
and It is said in a circular sent to the
various railroads by the protective bureau
that criminal suits will follow.
Kew Manager for Santa Fe.
George T. Gunnlp has been made general
passenger agent of the Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe at Chicago, to succeed J. M.
O'Connell, recently made general passenger
agent. Mr. Gunnlp has been connected with
the Santa Fe at Cincinnati for twenty
Railway Motes and Personals.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Berry returned from
jnuiiieupujis v eunesuay morning.
Herbert H. Moles, southwestern nassen.
ger agent of the Nickel Plate, with head
quarters at Kansas City, is in the cltv.
Announcement was made vesterituv
Grant B. Schley, a member of the firm of
moore oc ocniey or Kew York, has been
"Before TbernoilnfCaert. T had shadeom-
SUxlon. pimple on my fac. sod my food ii sot
IgestM an It should hsve been. Now 1 mm entirely
well, and Ihepimplea litre a 11 disappeared from my
fare. I ran truthfully aay that Cabarets are Jut
atadveniawl; I have takroonlytwo Ihim of thorn. '
Claroaoe K. Cirului, buendaa. lad.
PUtiant. PftlfctaM. Pntnt Tait Oocxl HoHivkI,
Nvr ici, Wakrn or Grip, tr. Mc. Kevar
old in bulk:. Tiit nutn tblel .tamped CCC,
0avratiit1 to tart or jour tuuiiey back
tttarling Remedy Co., Chicafo or N.Y. 600
AKKUALSALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
Those suffering from weak
B"ea tiled tap the pleasure
of life should take Juven i'llla
One box will tell a nory of
marvelous results. Thii medirine ha more
rejuvenating, vitalising force than ha ever
bffi.rw bo offered. !en post paid io plain
package only on receipt of ibis air. and II.
Madebr lis urigiDatora '. I. Huod Co.. pro
anciura liwoj cnir.m, UiaeiL Ala
if The Bowels j
cted a fllrector of the Northern Pacific
Forces are at work on the rnion Pcln
track which will be laid on the east side
of Ninth strret. The west side Is com
pleted, as is the switch to the east side.
The Illinois Central will sell homeseeaers
round trip tickets to all southern and
southeastern points November 7 for 8" per
cent of the one way rate for the round trip.
WORK ON NEW Y. M. C. A. HOME
Kxraratlon for Foundation nesrlas an
Site at Seventeenth and
Men and teams began work on the ex
cavations for the foundation of the new
Young Men's Christian association building,
which Is to be erected at the southwest
corner of Harney and Seventeenth streets.
As large a force as can be worked on the
property will be utilized In excavating the
site, and the officers of the association ex
pect to have the foundation walls tn place
before severe weather stops all oudoor
CROWE IS STILL IN PRISON
Remains at Hotel de Power, la Ab
sence of Bond to Seenre
Pat Crowe Is still an Inmate of the Doug
las county Jail, and so far as could be
learned Wednesday he Is likely to stay
there for some time. Nothing definite has
been done. In fact no step has been taken.
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It is humiliating to know that your manly strength is slipping away to be
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Great Sale Now in Progress
The Houston & Texas Central Railway Company has de
cided to sell its land grant In Northwest Texas.
it is remote from the Houston & Texas Central road, but
adjoins the Rock Island main line running diagonally across
Oklahoma and Texas. No such opportunity has been presented
for years. A large part of the lands are located In
Hansford County, reached from Gujrnan, on the Rock Island.
Sherman County, reached from Stratford, on the Rock Island.
Dallam and Hartley Counties, reached from Dalhart, on the Rock Island.
It Is so cheap that one can afford to buy enough to put part
under cultivation and raise cattle on the balance. Transporta
tion facilities sre excellent and big markets within easy reach.
Direct lines to Kansas City. Denver, Kt. Worth and Dallas.
Sale will be made In parcels of ISO acres up to four aectlons
or 2.fi acres to each purchaser; prices from II. M to II. no per
acre. Taxes are low, terms are liberal and warranty deeds are
given in all cases.
If you are Interested, write quick for leaflet fully describing
the location of lands, character of soil and climate, and terms
Low Rates First and Third Tuesdays.
The Best Heated Office Building in Omaha Is
The Bee Building
Pon't wait till cold weather; there are several choice office
vacant now but Ihey never tay empty lont. Some fine offlceg at
from 115.00 to 120.00 pr moBtJi. lacludlng beat, llg&t, water an
IUBU1 AgeuU. lie Uii4iN$,
so far ss the oourt records show, to give
bond. Naturally, though, whatever is done
In that direction will be gone about In a,
quiet manner until the bond Is ready. At
torney Knglish has not given up hope that
he will b able to arrange for a bond, but It
Is no light undertaking to furnish satisfac
tory security for 12.v in any sort of a
DATE SET FOR OPENING RINK
Xoremner Mne Roller Skating Season
Will Begin In Omaha at
Roller skating will begin at the Audi
torium November 9, announces Manager
Glllan In response to the many Inquiries
which he has received. Mr. Gillan says
that for the last two or three weeks a
dozen or more people hsve called up every
day to learn when skating would begin.
It cannot be before November 9. "ie says,
for the reason that a skating floor will
have to be laid In the Auditorium after
the dose of the St. James Orphanage
fair. Then there will be skating for a
few days, until, the meeting of the Imple
ment Dealers association. After that
there will be skating every night.
Mr. Glllan has received many requests
from Implement manufacturers for ex
hibition space for November 14. 16 and la,
the dates of the annual meeting of tha
Implement Dealers' association of Ne
braska, western Iowa and South Dakota.
The Indications are that every foot of
spaoe In tha Auditorium will be taken.
The ever uniform quality of
Blatz Wiener means that un
deviating principles are prac
ticed at the brewery
The most critical exactness is
exercised in every process.
That's why Blatz Beers are
always the same.
VAL BLATZ BREWING CO.. MILWAUKEE
Street Tel. 1081
tr - Sams Ooorl Old "31 at r"
13th and 14th Sts., Omaha, Neb
F P. RUTHERFORD, D. P. A.,
1323 FARNAM 8T.
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