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Tilt; OMAHA DAILY BKK: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER -:. liU5..
AFFAIRS AT SOUID OMAHA
Lucerne Product Company ii Reedy to
Start Ite New Mills.
WILL RUN AT FULL CAPACITY ALL WINTER
"" fonncll ta Print
If niiu fcr ralllac PafclLh
Ordinances la Can mt
'hers Ik a great dJ of ,ivlt at
prnt In th vicinity of Twsntv-nlnth and
A tpst. The Lucern Product mmpany
Is about ready to rommnr the manufac
ture of tock food, and In a wwk Hips
nrw mills will b rnnnln at full carmrlty.
In th large stp tank recently .m-ld
hy thla company ther In Itorr-d about
123.0MI jailors of rnn1as, while great
quanf Itle of alfalfa and grain arrive almost
s An engine wu recently purchased from
tha old Hammond plant and thla In now
being Installed and will b ready by tha
first of net week.
. Both the Tnlon Psclflc and Btir'lnglon
roads are still laying tracks and swltche
on both the east and went aldea of the Lu
cerne plant, The Burlington haa tracks laid
n Twenty-ninth atreet aa far south aa
T atreet. Thin la the limit permitted by
the ordinance vacating Twenty-ninth afreet
and the-, cross atreeta for trackine pur
pose. On the went the t'nlon Pacific haa
put down track aa far south aa 5J atreet
and la atill grading. Thla grading la .-t
of Twenty-ninth atreet and eaat of the
l'nlon Pacific right-of-way. 80 fur the
grader have reached F atreet on the south,
and from Indications will continue to J
' or K atreet, aa stak have been set that
The oners tin of the stovk feed plant
will give employment to quite a number
of men. and dwellings In the vicinity of
the works are In demand. M. C. Petra of
the Lucerne company says that stock fat
tening food la In great demand and that
the mills In which he la Interested will he
Kept going to the full capacity all winter.
Ereaonir f'aaaea Comment.
' hor some time past the city council has
been trying to save money on printing
hills by passing ordinances and tiling the
same away without caualng them to he
published. All of the ordinances vacating
streets and alleys for railroad purposes
passed of late have not been published
and for thla reason a large numler of peo
ple have beoome Impressed with the Idea
that the mayor and council are trying to
Mda something. Such Is not the itae, pub
lication having been omitted purely for the
purpose of saving printing bills. Cltv At
torney Lambert and Councilman Klewit got
It Into, their heads that too nui'-li money
was spent on giving public notice of the
pasting of ordinances. Now that there has
heeu so much adverse comment -jh what
haa been termed the dark lantern methods
of th council, more ordinances In which
the people are Interested In are to le
Tracks for Jetter Brwrr.
It Is asserted In railroad circles that
there is a possibility of railroad tracks
being laid to connect with the Jetter
brewery. This matter has been up a num
ber Of tlme.s. but has been blocked by pro
tests o certain property owners. Now, It
' Is asserted, the Hock Island road will go
ahead and put down the rails. Some time
ago the Rock Island laid a track to the
southf eHt Una of the Hwlft property, but
there the work stopped, in the proposed
line .the pnly property owners Interested
ere Swift, the Rock Island, the Milwaukee,
John J. Ryan and Balthaa Jetter. Rumor
has It that the Immediate construction of a
viaduct from1 t"'to" Y' street by the L'nlon
Pacific has had something to do with the
revival of the Jetter track by the Rock
Patrllahlna Transfer tlralnnnce.
Since Councilman Klewit Insisted that
the city attorney take up the street cir
transfer ordinance passed last July the
document was taken from the files and
read -by the attorney. The discovery was
made that the ordinance had never been
published and having a penalty attached
was worthless unless published In the oftl
clal paper of the city. Last evening the
ordinance appeared in the official paper.
It appears that Councilman Klewit has
Insisted that the printing bills be cut down
and out of the last thirty-six ordinances
oassed emit ten have been nuhllxhed. in
tha street car transfer ordinance provision
Is made for publishing the same, but some
nt erased tha word "publish" after the or
dinance had been passed, therefore making
It void. An attempt will soon be made now
to enforce the ordinance. Mr. Klewit wants
to gat fifteen or twenty clticena to ride
at different, times and request tranafers
where the ordinance compels the same to
be given. In case of refusal then ault Is to
be commenced to compel the enforcement
of the ordinance.
r'tlllua; Abandoned Depot Kile.
About three doxen men are now em
ployed In filling the excavation graded out
for th l'nlon Pacific freight depot. The
concrete foundation walls at the south end
are being broken up and dumped Into the
llg hole and the workmen excavating for
the new site are wheeling the dirt Into the
hole. The new ifopot Is to be V1f feet in
length and wider than the one first planned.
A portion of the buildings on the new site
have bewo removed und in a few days
wreckers will go to work on the planing
mill at the aoulh end of the triangle. At
the new site there will he ample room for
teams to drive up to the loading dock. The
construction of the freight depot is to be
pushed as rapidly as possible. Civil engi
neers In charge of the work say that their
Instruction are to go ahead with the
construction of both the freight and pa
aenger depots In order that the building
How long will we ' busy"
Americans work for the com
mon rood? Would it pay
us to own our public busi
nesses ? Would it pay us in
money, in character and in
national 'standing ?
On Election Day. the
American people showed that ,
it wanted to run its own gov
ernment, and not be bossed.
. When working for the com
mon goodall things are pos
sible, as you know by the re
sults of the elections in various
cities and by reading Russell's
" Soldiers of the Common
Good" in Everybody's for
EscrrtodVt Msgasmc l cent
fl Soa rear
serial MSISMIIhW nnn f twrMt i
um la umm nkm I Mr are m inim
may be gotten under roof by January 1
Improvement flak weetlna-
An dJoiirned meeting of th Mlahland
Park Improvement club is to be held this
evening at the Lincoln school bonding.
Report on the opening of Twinty-fifth
street are to be presented and final steps
will now be taken to arrange for the
grading J. M. Oulld, president of the
club, declares that the club meetlns are
proving a success In bringing the residents
of the district closer together so-lillv and
the meetings s re becoming attractive and
Umhrrt Working on Report.
tn pursuance to lntructons from the
city council V. C. tamhert, the city at
torney. Is working on a report to be pre
sented next Monday nlfrtit in regard to the
Mud creek sewer contrsct. This opinion.
Mr. Lambert ssvs. will be compl-te In
every detail and will advise the city officials
Just what can be done In regard to com
pelling the T'nlon Stock Tards company to
construct and maintain a sewer to the
tingle City tiosslp.
A recruiting station for the 1'nitwl States
navy has been openM at Twenty-fourth
and M. streets.
The Magic Cltv Kings' Daughter will
meet with Mrs. McKee, Twenty-fifth and
E streets this afternoon.
Krt Johnson has started for his home In
California after spending a few weeks here
looking after some business matters.
The drill team of Nebraska lodge No.
227, Ancient Order of I'nlted Workmen will
f;lve a ball at Workman temple this even
ng. Phil Kearney post No. 2. Grand Army of
the Republic, will meet at Evans hall.
Taenty-thlrd and N streets on Friday
The ladles' Aid society of the Flrt
Presbyterian clurch will hold a rummage
sale at Twenty-fourth and lj streets on
Bee Hive lodge of Masons will bold a
special meeting tonight and work In the
third degree. A banquet will follow the
Robert Hall and Miss Maggie Murray
were married yesterday at the home of the
hrlile. Twenty-nrtn and Q streets. Mr.
and Mrs. Hall left during the afternoon
for Unago, Kan., where they Intend re
siding. Dan Hannon has commenced the grading
of K street from Twenty-sixth to Twenty
seventh street. About S.X yards of dirt
Is to be moved. This dirt Is being wasted
on Twenty-seventh strfet between 1 and
J at reels.
Mli'hnrl P. Ilrennan and Miss Grace
f'l,anghlln were murried at St. Bridget's
cnurcli Wednesday morning. Kev. oCalla
han performing the ceremony. After iv
snort wediilng trip Mr. and Mrs. Br tiniin
will reside at Twenty-fifth and M itreels
RACQUET CLUB OFFICERS
Ulectlon at Annnnl Meeting; la Cele
brated by Dinner nt the
The Racquet club held Its annual meeting
and dinner Tuesday night at the Omaha
club. Fifty members were present. Aside
from the election of officers and directors,
the time was taken up with addrexws and
discussions of club affairs, and the enthusi
asm evinced portended great things for the
club for the ensuing year. The reports
of the officers showed the club to be on a
good financial husla, and to have a good
membership, considering its short existence
of two year.
W. J. C. Kenyon wu elected president,
T. J. Kennedy, vice president K. A. Cope,
secretary; Lawrence Brlnkcr, treasurer
Ben Cotton, secretary of the house commit
tee. The board of directors was Increased
to twelve members. The present board
consists uf K. A. Cuduliy, L. L. Kouiu ,
Victor B. Caldwell, B. W. Cotton, to serve
for three years; V. T. Burns, Harry 'Wil
kins, T. K. Kennedy, Lawrence Brlnkcr.
to serve for two years; Ward Burgess,
Harry Tukoy, NV. J. C. Kenyon and K. A.
Cope, to serve for one year. The retiring
officers are L. L. Kounlxe. president; Sam
Burns, treasurer, and F. J. Haskell," sec
retary. MANNING KNOWN IN. OMAHA
'Kantankrrona Friend" uf ew Vork.
Insurance Investlaatlon ' Visits
lu This City Periodically.
The W. S. Manning mentioned in the dis
patches as "the raitlaiikcrous friend" re
ferred to in the Nichols letter to Senator
Depew as getting an annual rake-off from (
the Insurance companies, is well known
here In Omaha, a here he ha made . od
Ical visits for many year, lie comes here
as the traveling representative of the Al
bany Chemical company and solicit the
wholesale drug house (or business.
Incidentally Manning ha cultivated a
side line of politic and made It his mis
sion to get acquainted with all the leading
politician in the territory he covers. On
one occasion he claimed to be a special
emissary of Murk Hanna, feeling out senti
ment on the candidacy of McKlnley. and on
hi last visit, shortly before the last presi
dential campaign, he was busy urging that
It would be unsafe to renominate President
Roosevelt and Insisting that the power
that be inNw York would never let him
have the support uf hi own home dele
gation. Mr. Manning in outward appearance re
semble General Urosvenor of Ohio very
much and Is often mistaken for him.
PUBLIC SENTIMENT DIVIDED
tuiue People Heaard Any Pennlty la
sntnelent fur Cattlemen,
Siecial Agent F. H. DeFrees of the gen
eral land office, who haa charge of the
Illegal fencing Inveitlgatlona In the Alli
ance land district, la In the city to testify
before the federal grand Jury. Reference
to pubic opinion over the outcome of the
Barllett Richards and W. O. Coins tot k
case In that locality, J,e said:
"Public sentiment la somewhat divided In
the matter. You will hear a great deal of
talk to the effect it 1 Impossible to con
vict or adequately punish the big cattle
men, and some go so tar a to ay the
whoU thing Is a farce. The cattlemen a
a rule are rather pleased with the result,
as they hope for a nominal sentence and
fine In their cases. Personally I have not
given the nutter much attention, a I have
had enough to do working up the evidence
agalnat the illegal fences. It I a big task
and ha kept 11a pretiy buy ail summer.
Some of the fence are coming dom-n, but
till a great many unlawful fence are
landing. These may con.e down In time,
but we will have to keep after the illegal
HONOR MANCHESTER MARTYRS
Hon. K. M. W ha lea af O' Neill will
Deliver Addrraa la Onaaha
I'nder the auspice of the L'niied Irish
Societies of Omaha there will I a cele
bration of "Manchester Martyr"' day thl
evening at Woodmen hall. Fourteenth and
Iodge tret. Thla will maik the thirty
eighth anniversary of the putting to death
at Manchester, England, of Allen. Larkin
and O'Brien, by the F.nglUh government,
the execution occurring on November 23,
1T. Hon. E. H. Whaleu of O'Neill. Neb.,
will deliver the address this evening
Dangerous Coughs, Cola, tor Throat
ere quickly cured by Dr. King' New Dl.
covery. ioe and Sl uO; guaranteed. For aaie
by Sherman A. McConnell Drug Co.
HOW ARMY WILL AID POUR
Thankif ifing Dinner Cancelled to Concen
trate Effort on ' hrittmu Feirt
SHOES WILL BE GIVEN TO CHILDREN
Malratlonlsta Will Maintain Relief
rand Thla M Inter Bin Charity
Festival to Re Given
The Salvation Army will give no Tnanks
giving dinner In Omaha this year, but will
concentrate all Ita energies In an effort to
provide for the poor at Christmas time.
Major Galley announced his plans Wednes
day. The army will not serve the usual spread
downtown, hut will nil baskets with din
ner for the svernge family of five and
send them to the poor at their homes. In
each basket will be a whole fowl, bread,
fruits, potatoes and canned goods. A new
feature of the Christmas work will be the
clothing of the feet of 500 children, or ns
many of that number as are found In need
of shoes. The assistance of the principals
of the schools will be asked In getting l
list of the children who need shoes and
stockings, and especially of those who are
compelled to stay away from school on ac
count of lack of footwear.
Arrangements will he made with one of
the local dealers and It la expected to se.
cnr the shoes si nlmost the actual cost.
Rl Charity Pealnre.
Some time before Christmas, on a date
not yet selected, the army will secure the
Auditorium for the big charity musical
festival, the proceeds of which will go Into
the Christmas fund. The chorus will be
enlurged to twice its present else and will
he ansisted by Robert Cuscaden's orchestra.
A number of prominent cltlxens will be on
th progrttm for addresses. A committee
of representative citizens will assist the
army in preparing for the event.
Business men are receiving letters sent
out by the army asking donations. The
kettles on the streets and the box system
In stores will be iMed In raising funds.
Subscriptions may be sent to the office In
the Bee building at any time.
Major Oalley expects to maintain a win
ter relief fund this winter. During the
cold snap of several weeks ago the army
had a number of calls for assistance end
Buch requests will be numerous when win
ter sets In.
The yearly report of the army, giving an
account of money received and spent and
of work accomplished. Is now on the pre.,
and will be out In a few days.
CHICAGO CLAIMS THE PRIZE
Windy City Mends Officers for Faint
lag Bertha. Wanted There for
Detective Juines Bell of Chicago arrived
In Omaha Wednesday morning with papers
for the return of "Fainting Bertha" Lle
becko to the Windy City. Miss Llehecke
will be taken back Thursday morning to
answer to the charge of grand larceny. It
Is stated a complaint has been held against
her for some time, charging her with steal
ing a valuable fur coat rom the Marshall
Chief of Detectives Dunn ent a detective
to the Llebecke home Wednesday, and lo
cated two lliiy bills and one $50 bill, which
are to Ik- Investigated.
When advised she was to be returned to
Chicago Miss Llebecke threw herself Into
hysterica and carried on in a violent man
ner for aome hours.
JAHRMARKT 0PENS SUNDAY
German Sooletle to Hold Country
Fair In Aid of Fund for a Home
The Omaha Plattdeulache Verein, one of
the strongeai German organizations In the
state, will Inaugurate a unique German
Juhrmarkt, or country fair, at Washing
ton hall on Sunday. November X, and con
tinue the same till December 3.
The proceeds of the fair will go toward
a fund for the erection of a German hall,
as a home or headquarter for the great
number of German lodges and societies ex
isting In Douglua county. All the German
organisations have volunteered their
services to help make the affair a
success. Scores of German women are a
busy a bee soliciting gifts and donations
are coming in freely.
OM1' FARE FOK THE ItlllXD TRIP.
Via Chicago Great Western Railway
One fare for the round trip via. Chicago
Great Western Railway to point within
150 miles. Ticket on sale every Saturday
and Sunday up to December 17. Good re
turning the following Monday. Low rate
to other points on ale every Friday. For
full information apply to 8. D. Parkhurt,
G. A., 1612 Fa mam atreet.
The following changes made in passen
ger train service effective November IS,
FROM OMAHA. -
No. 14. St. Louia Kxpress, daily :3u pm
No. 1, St. loui Express, dally 1:40 am
FROM COUNCIL BLUFFS.
No. 4, Stanberry Local, daily ex
cept Sunday 5:00 pm
No. S, St. Louis Local, dally :15am
ARRIVE COUNCIL BLUFFS.
No. 3, Western Express, dally 10:M pm
No. S. Stanberry Local, dally ex
cept Sunday 11:30 am
For all Information call at Wabash city
Office, 1)1 Fat nam street, or address
Harry E. Moore, O. A. P. D.. Omaha,
Aunouneemeut of the Theaters.
The regular mid-week popular price
matinee will be given at the Orpheum
thla afternoon. The bill on for the cur
rent week la drawing and scoring big and
embracing, aa it doe, a number of fea
ture that are calculated to please the
women, a large audience of the fair sex,
with whom these matinees are popular,
Is expected. The spook minstrel 1
creating a great deal of talk for it ex
cellence. The l.oretla trio, horisontal bar
performers, include two of the sweetest
and clevereat little girl that have been
sceu at the cosy vaudeville theater.
In "The School Girl" Leslie Stuart ha
won almost as great a triumph for hia
music as ho did in "Florodora," which la
saying a good deal. The hook I by Henry
Hamilton and Paul M. Potter, and this
pair of clever writer have worked out a
libretto that til perfectly to the air Mr.
Stuart haa scored. The critic in New York
and Chicago praised the production from
end to end laat season, pronouncing It the
one great uccea of th season. The
original production ta the on that la
coming to Omaha. The date are tha Boyd
theater, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday
evenings, with a matinee on Tuesday
Th capacity of the Burwood theater haa
been tested at each performance su far
thl week, the Interest In "Shenandoah"
being unusually trong. The regular hop
pers' matinee will be given thl afternoon
Wilier on of OHIr.
Secretary 11. Q. Miller of the defunct
Nebraska Grain Dealer' association ha
i veil notice 10 the management of the
board of Trade building Uiat be will give
op possession of his office lteremher 1. Ths
furniture In the office has been offered for
M'VANN'S QUARTERLY. REPORT
C'niaaterrlnl f'lah Work of anmmer
Oatllaea ana Prosprrona Con
dition I Shown.
Secretary K. J. McVann of the Commer
cial dub has prepared his' report for the
quarter Just enil-d. It shows a member
ship of S3R, composed of Kl active members,
ten honorary members and six non-resident
members. The report Is In part as follows:
There was paid In dues during the quar
ter S3.sTT.ni. The expenses (salaries, sta
tionery, postage, rent, etc.) acre S2.3T1.S.
leaving a balance of S1.3"R1'-'.
The congestion at the principal local
freight houses and the Serious delays to
merchants have had attention during the
quarter. All specific complaints made by
members have been forwarded lo the rail
roads and every effort made to secure Im
provement. The commissioner tells of
several rale reduction secured, which will
save money to stock food, hardware and
dry goods merchants.
Mr. McVann says three weeks' work was
put In assisting the South Omaha Interests
In resisting a reduction of the live stock
rates to Chicago, which would work a
greet Injury to this market.
The commissioner haa been In correspond
ence with a number of factories of various
kinds and reports the Springer Paper Bag
company and the Vaslcek Fur and Robe
tannery are the most recent acquisitions.
Of hotels he says the facilities In Omaha
make It Impossible to bring here any con
ventions of national Importance and he
has confined his work in that direction to
the state and district affairs. Omaha lost
the State Poultry Show- hocause Lincoln
gave the association the free use of the
Auditorium and the rental here could not
be figured below h'rti.
During the quarter honorary mem
bership cards were sent to editors In the
territory about Omsha.
The Nebraska Telephone company, hav
ing ceased printing the Km f it, Oninlin
subscribers In the book distributed through
the state, Mr. McVann succeeded In getting
the company to replace the Omaha list and
also to print a tariff of tli. fr toll charges.
The restaurant and club features con
tinue to be operated at a good profit, the
net returns to date being in excess of S1.500.
The average attendance at the luncheon Is
Increasing steadily, amounting to about IK)
per day to October 1.
TURKEYS MAY BE IN REACH
Commission Men Rather Mcoat the
Report that Price Will He
Twrut -Five Cents.
Cotumlssiun men say that there is noth
ing in the report of one of the Omahii
paper that turkey will go soaring liefore
turkey duy and that the price will be jr,
cents. The wholesale price of turkeys
Wednesday whs 15 cents for Uvi turkey.
and 18 cents for dressed. A commission
"There are plenty of turkejs and Hie rt
tail price should not go above Lit cent be
tween now and Thanksgiving day. A car
load was received and there appeals to Ik'
plenty in. night.". . .1
An Inquiry was received from Seattle for
the price on eat loud lots of turkeys and
this market may lie called upon to supply
the groat northwest with its Thanksgiving
HIGH SCHOOL EDITORS CHOSEN
l'nplls of Four Classes Select KlaM
of Their ambee. Jo Handle
At Die election held at 'the lilg-li siliool
Wednesday afternoon to choose editors for
the High School Register for the ensuing
year the following- pupils were chosen:
Senior C1:ir Elbert Burnett und Kdith
Junior Class George Uitthsm and Alice
Sophomore Class John Woodworth and
Freshman Class Philip Lehmer and
The highest vote oast was by the Juniors,
ti5 for each of its cundidatea.
REPUBLICAN BALANCE SHEET
Treasurer Meanings File HI Report,
shaming Amount Received and
Kxuended During; Year.
Treasurer Hennlngs of the stale repub
lican committee yesterday flled his report
with the county clerk of Douglas county,
showing the receipts and expenditure of
the committee for the recent state cam
paign. Receipts from November 16, 1904, to
November 7, 19u5. amounted to S8.ltU.tfl, and
expenditures for all purposes amounted to
NO FATHER CALLS FOR BOY
Little Fellow la tilven Into Custody
uf Detention Home for
George Allen, the tt-yeai-old boy, left
several day with the police matron by
a man giving the name of George Brown,
ha been turned over to the Detention
Home authorities for care. Mr. Brown
told the police the boy' father would call
for the little fellow, but up to date the
father haa fulled to appear. The police
auspect the boy ha been deuerted.
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MRS. SUMMERSJ3ETS DECREE
Wife of District Attorney Freed h
Wmree from Cruelty of
What promised to be a sensational
divorce etilt to free Nellie Lane Summer
from her husband Williamson 8. Summers,
former I'nlted States district attorney,
after a married Lie of nineteen year, wa
railroaded through Judge Troup's couit
late Tuesday evening on a lame petition
charging Summers with cruelty and .4
mutual agreement for alimony and trans
fer of certain property. As part of tha
agreement. Summer mnde no defense ex
cept to enter general denial that he had
practised extreme cruelty.
The rase is one more demonstration of
the ens and rapidity with which divorce
Is secured In nnj courts when the parties
are willing. The petition was filed Just
at closing time In the office of the clerk of
the district court, and with It the answer
of defendant, admitting the marriage, but
denying cruelty. With the petition and
answer also was a stipulation of th
parties that the case should be heard at
As soon as the filing stamp was placed
on the papers they were taken to Judge
Troup's court. The decree evidently had
bcea already drawn up and prepared, for
It I quite lengthy. Both parties consent
ing, the divorce was at once granted, and
in the presence of the court, aa the decree
leads. Summers turned over to his wife
or her attorney, conveyances of certain
property in Des Moines.
In her petition. Mrs. Summers sets up
that they were married on October iT, 1KW5,
at Des Moinea. la., and came to Omaha
to reside In September, 1W9. She charges
her husband with long continued and ex
treme cruelty, causing her to have nervous
prostration. Specifications are not entered
Into. There Is one child, lane S. Summers,
aged hi. The decree provides that the
mother may visit the son and that he may
visit his mother. Implying that the father
, is to direct his movements and oversee hi
In addition to transferring to Mrs. Sum
mers several pieces of real estate. Sum
mer la to pay her the sum of S2,ono at the
rate of 3G0 a month; but he may pny this
In bulk at any lime and be discharged of
The property transferred Is described hs
the undivided one-sixth of nineteen lots
In Campbell Place addition to Dea Moines,
a half Interest In two other pieces of acre
property within the corporate Ikmlta of
The decree states that Mr. Summer ac
cepts the settlement mnde by her husband J
In lieu or all dower or claim ror alimony
of any kind.
TROUBLE AT CORNELL COLLEGE
Indents Are Kxpelled and Threaten
to Take the Matter into
MOl'NT VKRNOK, Nov. S.-(Speclal.)
Cornell coll-ge at thl place Is stirred up
over a situation that has resulted In the
suspension of a number of students and
the thrent of a number lo bring suit
agiiinst the college authorities. Some of
the students, Among them Kdward Stinsou
of Rod Oak. were - suspended for college
prank and were ordered to leave town
within twenty-four hours. Stlnson claims
that he was able and did take before, the
faculty witnesses to account for every min
ute of his time during which lie is sup
Dosed to have come under tile d!leasure
of that body. Yet he wa debarred from
Newspaper correspondents at the college
have been warned, against sending out any
specials on the conditions, (t , the college
on ho claim that it I mil for the best
Interests of the college, t A " number of
students claim they have never been con
fronted with the charge made against
them and with Stlnson of Red Oak propose
to light their case In the court If not
given a fair hearing.
Kntertalntna an Cneiuy.
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Salve. 25c; guaranteed. For sale by Sher
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Wabaah Thanksgiving; Rale.
Ticket sold November 3 and SO.
U-ood returning until December 4.
One and one-third fare for round trip.
AH information cheerfully given by call
ing at Wabash city ticket office, WW Far
nam street, or address Harry E. Moore,
G. A. P D.. Wabash R. R.. Omaha, Neb.
If you have anything to trade advertise
It In the For Exchange column on The Bee
Want Ad page. '
GOOD THREE WEEKS RETURNING
FAST SERVICE VIA THE
ONLY DOUBLE TRACK RAILWAY TO CHICAGO
J. A. KUHII,
A. G. F. & P. A.
of the eutTering tur Janger in etore for her, rob the expectant mother
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91.00 per bottle, nook
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The gVadheld Regulator Co.. Atlanta, Ge.
ON NOVEMBER 27, tlio Bnrlinpton will make Home
Visitors' Excursion rates from Omaha and Nebraska ter
ritory to many points in Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Michigan,
Ontario, "Western New York, Pennsylvania, Kentucky
and West Virginia. This is the only such excursion of
the Autumn. Return limit, 21 days.
These Annual Home Visitors' Excursions are prov
ing very popular. The Burlington, with its three gate
ways, Chicago, Peoria and St. Louis, can best reach the
For rates, information, berths and all details, address
J. B. Reynolds, City Pass. Agt., 1502 Farnam St., Omaha.
DOME VISITORS' RATES
A chance to visit your bid home. . Why not spend
Thanksgiving with old friends once moref The Illinois
Central makes this possible by ottering exceptionally low
rates for the round trip, as shown below, with .21 Jfay limii.
Louliville, Ky. ...
Detroit, Mich. . . .
Buffalo. N. Y. . . .
Salamanca, N. T .
. . 28.1i0
. . :2S.U5
, . .'13.00
. . $:.!. 70
. . 28..'in
Correspondingly low rates to nearly all points in the
above states. -
For full particulars call at 1402 Famam Street, Omaha,
DISTRICT PASSENGER AGENT, OMAHA, NEB.
I ZfCE MOTH EH
! Hone SUCH
I a a a aa W . -k a arLa aaT -
"THE DECT OF EVERYTHING."
Hundreds of Other Points.
C. & H.-W. Ry. Officps,
it en rseet which Ml
women gpproech with
indescribable feir for
Illinois Central R.R.
The Date, November 27th
Cincinnati, O.. . . .
Pittsburg. Pa. . . .
Wheeling, W. Va.
Springfield, 111. . .
Kankakee, 111 ... .
Decatur, 111. . . . , .
. . .917.45
. . .918.00
. . .$l.6ft
. . .917.00
UStD TO "MAY
ft? ..a 1 1 V
Indianapolis, $23.20 ll
G. F. WEST,