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TOE OMAHA DAILY BEE: MOKI1AY. XOVEMIIKTS 27. 1IM.V
BELIEVE ANDREWS WILL STAY
General Iniprtuion tVt President of State
Diierslty Will lot Reiign.
WISH IS FATHER TO THE THOUGHT
Chancellor la Popular with faculty
and MaoVats, a ad All Wanld
Kestrel to Have Hint
The Old Peabody
KATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN'S Fascinating
Romance of An Old Country Meeting-House
Which begins in theChristmas numbcrof The Ladies' Home Journal,
goes on deepening in interest as the sweet love-story of Jaistin Peabody
and Nancy Wentworth unfolds itself round the quaint old Orthodox
church on Tory Hill. How Nancy's ten long years of waiting are
ended and how her handsome young farmer-lover turns failure into
success is told in the later chapters with even more than the usual
vivacity and grace of the author of " Rebecca" and " Rose o' the River."
The Ladies' Home Journal
For DECEMBER is rich in Christmas stories rich in illustrations
and full of practical suggestion for the Christmas celebration.
At All Dealers, 1 5 Cents a Copy
THE CURTIS PUBLISHING COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
nestle export of farm prodiifts have
amounted to 12,00o,0f)0,(V), or If.uOiMiuiVtw
more than enough to buy all the railroads
of the country at their commercial valua
tion, and tliU With a mere urpl.is for which
there was no demand at home."
Import of agricultural products, which
worn mostly noncompetitive, for the fiscal
er ended June ), IDUfi. wero tr54,no0.(ti(, or
$125,000,000 more than the annual average
for the preceding five years. The net bal
ance In favor of tho farmer for the year
la $285,000,000. poring the sixteen years
past the farmer has secured a balance of
$5,633,000,000 to himself In Ilia International
bookkeeping, and out of. this he ha offset
ail adverse, balance of $5Kl,000,Gou in the
foreign trade In products' other than agri
cultural, and turned over to. the nation
from his account with other nations the
sum of W, (103, OOO.OW.
Vapport to Other Industries.
llow the farmer figures In other lines of
Industry is set out In the report in the fol
rapid, as evidenced In particular by Mis
sissippi, with an increase cf :J47 . 1 per cent In
liank deposits; by Texas. L'ti per cent; by
Oklahoma. 172.6 per cent, and by Arkansas,
with 5n3.8 per cent.
For the first time in the financial history
of the south, deposits In the banks of that
region now exceed 1.00n, ti,J0.
The fori going remarkable increases III
bank deposits In agricultural states, as
well as the Increase In the number tit' small
country banks, are directly and indirectly
because of th profits that have come to
the farmers from the operation of their
farms. The man with the hoe lias become
the man w'th the harvester and the de
positor and shareholder" of the bank.
Increase In Land Values.
The change in farm values since the cen
sus of 1900 is summed up In the following
terms, detailed figures being given:
With this understanding it Is found tint
the cotton farms have increased in value
$tii0.iiO,i,t.i, the most prominent increase
among the slates being Texas, with Itlo.mHi
m, wnlle tieorgla stands second with Vnu
otKi.OnO, und Mississippi third with ttiliioo.'no.
inereroie, ir may i.e earn unit during me
(From a Staff Conespondent.) ,
LINCOLN. Nov. 2H.-t8peclal.) The up
permost topic In university clrrles today
has been the reputed offer of the I'nlvcr-
slty of Chicago presidency to Chancellor
K. Jteujamtn Andrews. Among the mem
bers of the faculty and the students of
the institution, there Is a strong desire to
have him remain at tho head of tho school.
His ability as a college executive and a
harmonising foive has been generally recog
nized by all elements In the Institution.
Sometimes Imperious In his sway when he
believed a momentous Issue was at stake,
the very sternness of his address has won
favor from those affected. The students
have great friendship for him as an Intel
lectual leader and mentor, and because of
Ms ready sympathy with students' alms,
although he can use repression with un
hesitating decision, when the bounds of ! cash boxes and the counties are correspond
propriety have been overstepped. Another tngly anxious to reduce their debts. Mor-
factor which adds to the strength of the ' tenscn, on the other hand, refuses to allow
desire to have him remain is the fact that j any Investment to go before maturity rx
nn educator of his renown adds something , cepjii cuses where the full Interest is al-
Atis. All tlist l known shout 'he matter
is roiicod In a dispatch lecelved today
by the police from F. M. Welch of the
Arlion i city, who sas that the last hi aid
of thr woman was when she returned from
Ppearflsh. 8. 1, to Lincoln.
Kdltnrlal t nmniltter t Meet.
John P. Ionovan of the Madison Star
Mall, president of the Nebraska Press as
sociation, ami Will Maupln of Lincoln,
secretary and treasurer, have made ar
rangements for tho executive committee
of tho association to meet IVceinlrer 4 at
the Windsor hotel to make arrangements
for the annual meeting later in the winter.
The Lincoln Commercial club will proba
bly co-operate with the executive com
mittee of the newspaper men to provide
entertainment for the visitors. The busi
ness men of the city are manifesting a
realization of the value of the service that
Is performed by the proprietor of the
Want to Pay Ho mis.
State Treasurer Mortensi n has several ap
plications from counties desiring to redeem
portions of their outstanding bond issues
hold by the permanent school fund for In
vestment. In some Instances the county
officials are so anxious to redeem that they
are willing to pay the Interest to tho date
of maturity. In one Instance an offer is
made to pay more than a year's Interest
In advunco In this manner. Advices reach
ing the state official Indicate that there Is
considerable money on hand In tho county
to he respect In which the Nebraska uni
versity Is held In other states.
Today the colleagues of the chancellor
Inclined to the view that ho would remain
at the university, although the belief Is
based largely on their wish to keep him
and the fact that ho bus more than onco,
at different times In the past, turned down
offers of promotion. A few years ago ho
was offered the presidency of the Wiscon
sin State university nt a salary twice that
received here, but he refused t. When
he was at Brown university on a salary
of $3,0un a year, he was offered $10.0no by
rr. Harper to go to Chicago university
In an executive capacity, but he refused
It and remained at Brown until the oppo
nents of his silver views brought about his
To Have Big Meeting.
James Brady of Albion, one of the offi
cers of the State Co-operative Elevator as
sociation, who has been In the city, pre
dicts that the state meeting to be held In
Lincoln January 1" will bs large and en
thusiastic. He stated that there are now
135 co-operative companies In the associa
tion and he looks to see the inemlmrship
considerably augmented because of the fact
Telephone1 Fight In Tecumseh.
TKCLMSKII, Neb., Nuv. 28. (Special.)
As yrt the Tecumseh - Commercial club
has taken no action In regard to Hie tele
phone situation hero, nor is it believed
any action that may be taken will make
much change in the situation. A commit
tee of three was sent out into the itate to
investigate the workings of both the Inde
pendent and the Bell plants at different
point, and also to sco how business
Cheap, Effective, Palatable.
HUNGARIAN NATURAL APERIENT WATER.
A Wineglassful a Pose.
The Analysis shows that the richness of Apenta Water in
natural saline aperients renders it the safest and most
remedial laxative and purgative. READ THE LABEL.
IN SPLITS ONLY,
Natural Apenta Carbonated,
A Refreshing and Pleasant Aperient
for Morning Use.
DRINK WHILE EFFERVESCENT.
Sole Exporters: THE A POLLINARS CO., Li., London.
and the building wus
carried on where both companies main
talned phones in the same town. It was
the sense of the committee that two
ens of clit;ika.
IJF. A THICK Charley Kgnleston was fined
$1 and costs In police court for assaulting
John Mattock of tills city.
BKATKICK Judge Kelllgar lias granted
a divorce to Minnie Van Ha.scn from F.nncii
I Van liusen on the urounds of ctueltv and
'phones are a bad thing, and they found
the Independents having everything their
way In some places and the Bell system
entirely In vogue in other pines.
Within a few riajs the Commercial club
will probably Indorse one company or tho
other by vote of the membership, which
Is considerably divided, and then an effort
will no doubt be made to arrange matters
to overcome the double company
The Hell company has announced Its will
ingness to sell the local plant to a local
company, provided toll connections will be
that many of these concerns have been , nittde with that company for outside busi-
nolng a profitable business recently.
fn this connection. It is pointed oul-that
si the time the attorney general filed his
suit for on injunction against the Nebraska
drain Dealers' association It was believed
I that the result would be to Increase the
heln. he will still be u blessing. A Jew
I. ... ..null.' (tfdliiMirlunni- HoiM Tint
yield lightly to pessimism o dispute. HH number of Independent associations which
motto has always been courage ami faith i had been kept down because of the mice
and hope In (lod. Compelled to bear and ,.,ltt, lAcXWe of ,d - ..omoani,..
trie Juki1 oi an n- , , . .
i nuer me temporary injunction securea oy
Attorney dcneral Brown that species of at
tack on the new concerns would Invoke the
wrath of the supreme court In the shape of
contempt proceedings, and there Is, In con
sequence, an iibs-Mice of Interference.
Brady, who has been an Independent ele
vator enthuiast for scvorul years, looks
for n gradual Increase in the number of
houses owned by grain producers, who de
sire to have a share In the profits which
would otherwise go to the elevator men.
He contends that these Independent asso
ciations are profitable for the stockhold
ers, not only In paying a higher price for
the grain, but In providing dividends.
Remarkable Artesian Well.
TEITMSKH, Neb.. Nov. 2(1. (Special.)
Snlenilid artesian wells have been located
BKATKICK Mr. William R Ureenwuod
and Miss Bessie Anna Martin, both of this
I city, were married here yesterday. They
I will make their home In llnv.lnck, where
the groum Is employed in t lie Kuriltigton
BIO AT RICK O. M. Smith & Bon, who re
cently purchased the hardware store of I'.
Plerson, have sold It to C. M. Harnett of
deneva. Neb., who is now In charge.
BKATRICK The Northwestern Business
college foot ball team of tills city will play
tho eleven at Blue Jtupids, Kan., on
TAbl.K BOCK The Table Bock basket
service. I 'm" team playid the Pawnee City team at
die t'awnce e ny opera noiisc rriuay even
ing. This was the lirst game of the paw
nee City boys. At tlie close of the game
the score stood Si to ii In favor of Table.
PUATTSMOl'TH Thanksgiving was ob
served by the Methodist Kpiseopal Sunday
school today by each blinking an cm,
pauipkln. suuush, potatoes, apples or other
articles, which will b sent as an offering
to the Methodist Episcopal hospital in
; (una ha.
forbear, he has been the joke of all na
tions but lias exclaimed. '' Vi n though
Ho slay me I will trust in Him." He has
bein toe prince of optimists.
Salvation is coming to Russia through
the suffering of the Jews.' All nations are
learning the lessons of humanity at the ex
pense of he Jews. The best is yet to be;
the last of life for which the first was
made. The Jew foresaw the time when
the lion and the lamb should He down to
gether. The time is now approaching when
the Jew will enjoy the fruits of Ills in
uiionv III peace and prosperity. Today Is
better than yesterday and tomorrow will
be better than today.
and are materialised in a good sized sec-j HLAl RI ti, 1 he stockholders or the
tlon of country in the nortnwestcrn part j "f,11,,: .'
of this county and for several miles there- ; tt K.,.Ui meeting of tho etoi klio'deis in
abouts In tho adjoining counties. One of January, at which the question of resum
the best we,ls located lately has been V .h'X'ny't;
tapped on the farm of Paul dahus, about Colorado.
three miles northwest of Brock. Workmen j BKATKICK Mrs. Margaret Sehwerilt
were drilling for water and when their ; died here Saturday night aftei a prolonged
drill had been sunk some thirty-five feet
Is so severe that It cannot be relieved with
Ir. Miles' Pain Pills.
It Is the only Infallible remedy Known for
the relief and cure of every kind of pain,
headache from any cause, neuralgia, liieu
mniic pains, backache, sldeache. menstrual
pains, muscular pains, stomachache, tooth
If you are subject to aches und pains of
any kind take
when you feel the first symptoms eomint
on. You will be Intlrely relieved from the
attack. They are pleasant little tablets,
but they do the business besides, they are
"1 have uvil lr. Miles' Nntl-Paln Pills
for three years, and they never fail lo re
lieve my nervous headache and neuralgia.
1 have leurned to get the best of the at
tacks bv taking a tablet III advance."
BACMAKL J. HANSON. Albuquerque.
If first package does not benefit you tell
your druggist, and be will refund money.
'St doses 2," cents. Never sold In bulk.
Not content with his other achievements,
the farmer lends his strong shoulder lo tho
support or I no manufactures ot the coun
try by furnishing raw materials
tiona based upon census infori
close the fact that farm products, to some
.exiem oniatncu Iroin oilier e-ountrles. con
stitute 66.4 wr cent of tho total products,
and M.S per cent of the total materials, and
thes industries produce 3till per cent of all
'manufactured products and use 42 per cent
of all materials employed In manufacturing,
; At the sapic time these industries using
agricultural materials employed 37.8 per
cent of all persons engaged In manufactur
ing, and the capital of these Industries Is
4;'.l per rent of the capital of all manufac
Kestated In absolute teinis. during the
last census year the farm products em
ployed in manufactures were valued at
JU'.S.S.OcO.fiU'; the value 'of all material. In
cluding the preceding amount, wus $.i.us;.
onti.Uuo; and tl, products of the industries
ning then q materials were valued at $1.7a..
lost five years the cotton plantations have
had six crops of cotton, one of these crops
beina a nermanent investment and promis
ing lo pay a good return year by year.
Hugar farms have Increased In value $.u,
tuo.Ou, more than half of which is found
in Louisiana Hnd one-slxlhin California.
crisis Cnmnnia. I TtHy ailU grain IHrillB liuvw BI1CII nil 1111-
Infurinatiiiii X. ' mense acreage thut the increase lor tlieni
r ,iii.' J T t.. .?.?.. ' amounts to $J,u.CtKl,oi). three-fourths of
which is In the north central states; an I
an even greater gain, or $2,U3.uoa,iiuo, was
made by the live stock farms, nearly three,
fourths of tills ulso being in the north cen
tral states. In the case of farms having
dairying us a specialty the increased value
was $:itW,O0O,miU; tobacco farms Increased
$.17,iio0,0ou; rice farms. $3,;wci,ts.0; fruit, $7,
(KiO.Oou; vegetable farms. JU3,oUiOi, and
(arms devoted to general and miscellaneous
Ill the grand aggregate of farms of all
classes tiie increased value equaled the
enormous total of $i.I33.ijiio,000.
Kvery sunset during the last five years
has registered an Increase of $3,4n0,(m0 In
the value of tho farms of this country;
every month has oiled this value uikjii
value until it has reached )0'.'.(Hi,(K; that
TfW!e Industries employed S.IM.utM Portion of the national debt bearing Inter
and had a capital at U.W.iM. el 18 fHU" ed bf the Increased value of
iro the enormous Interests, not en- 'arms In nine months, and this Increase.
gaged In agriculture, but In Industries, that
could not maintain themselves without the
farmer and Ills extraordinary productive
Influence on Baaklug.
. The farmer has also become a banker,
uss tic secretary, and ho proceeds to
chmonHtrate his position by giving figures
on the growl!) of national banks In tho
strictly agricultural aactiuns of the country,
t)u the matter of deposits the report says:
In the north central states farmers have
been, depositing money in the bunks until
the rats of Interest on deposits lias fallen
,AMI OF CAV4AS KOK TIIF. JiiWS
So Say Prof. Bernstein Speaking; of
the nlted ptntes.
The Sabbath school children of Temple
Israel Sunday morning gave a program In
celebration of the advent of the Jews in
America. The temple was crowded to Its
To Cheek Fust Driving.
Chief of Police Cooper has Issued an edict
forbidding further violations of the ordi
nances relative to fast driving nt street
i the drill bar evidently fell into a great
cavity in the ground. Tills was followed
by a powerful gushing of wuler and
gravel to the surface and the water shot
Into the air fully a dozen feet. The well
was piped with difficulty, and now power
tun be secured through two-inch pipes to
run the machinery tin the form. The flow
from the well is estimated nt five barrels
I per minute or about 8.0U0 barrels in twenty-
four hours, and the quality of the wuler
i is excellent. The value of Mr. Oalms' farm
has been enhanced by the remarkable discovery.
Tales of the Road
capacity. Besides a number or tnuslcul so- , intersections, and patrolmen have bocn no
lectlons ami recitations. Irina dross road a ti()e(t that they will be expected to enforce
paper on "Our Two Hundred and Fiftieth , tne aw strictly against persons In car-
Annlversnrv," and ProL Nathan. Bernstein
of the high school addressed the children
on "The Significance of Our Celebration."
"America is a veritable hind of Canaan
rluges and automobiles.
Three Injured lu Hirer Hnnuna.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Nov. 2. (Spe
cial.) While driving home from Grand
Island. J. H. Walters' team collided with
for the Jew.-." said Mr. Bernstein, "and It lecords and It has been the custom
During the past two or three ' month that of Charles Buckman, who was on
the owners of automqhlles hava grown his way home from Doniphan, in the duk
reckless In their efforts to establish speed or tlie night, und u severe wri'ek. n
is ours, If not by conquest, then by light of
Inheritance, for our ancestors were here n
early as the people of any nation. Colum
bus studied books written by Jews, he
utod Instruments made by Jews, his money
wus largely furnished by Jews, his chief
adviser wus a Jew and it Is said that the
first man of his party to land on American
soil was a Jew. The Jews served In the
patriot army of the American revolution
and they gave money to Robert Morris to
curry on the war."
Mr. Bernstein told how the Jews had
been driven from Braxil by the Portuguese,
this being a good thing, as it led theni to
settle in North America. He told also of
to runaway, and the Injury nt Mr. Walters
turn corners and cross Intersections at full rHulted. Mr. Buckmnn's team ran away,
tilt to the Imminent peril of pedestrian ,iimwng him out. after the collision. He
and other Baffle. The police will aiso en- folloWP(i the direction of the horses, re-
doavor to enforce the provisions of the covered them at, Doniphan and hastily re.
new statute which reads as follows: turneil to the spot, womb-rlng how the
.cVting iw$2s:v.ri'iiit;; -h"1"" wu!trr? was (or
a shurp curve, or a steep descent, a per- In a semi-conscious state, having iccelveii
son operating a motor vehicle shall have an Injurv on the head which, however, is
It under control and operated at a soued ... ....... .....i..,. n., v.... im.
less Hhan heretofore snectlie.t ml i.i .... regniutu a ..j "
event greater than Is reasonable and
proper, having regard to the traffic then
on such highways and the safety of the
for a little over a your balances the entire
Interest und noninterest bearing debt of tliti
This Increased value that has come to
farms Is Invested better than lit nana ae- i . ... ,, .. th r.i,ii,iren w i
IHtsils or even in tlie gilt-edged bonds of , .
Kliot Beer and Antelope.
That Nebraska Is a big game state is
partially demonstrated by two complaints
their struggles for the rights of citizenship j fi,.d In the office of dame Warden Carter,
In this country, rue point wnicn ne strove
Ooaomir Position of Farmers.
If the farmers' economic position In the
United Slates Is to be condensed to a short
iaragraph. it muy bt saiil that their farms
produced tills year wealth valued at $.41j,
nue.uiiO; that farm products ur yearly ex-
Foiti-d with a port value of Ia75.1i,ioii; that
armers have reversed In adverse interna
tional balance of trade, und have been
Mo low that they huve diverted a large Hir- building up one favorable to this country
lion of iheir ravings to iiernianciit Invest- by sending to foreign nations a surplus
nun;, in spue of the fact that the banks which lu sixteen years has aggregator) lis.
uo not receive and keep all jir most of the
laniiHri . savings, tlie Increase of bank de
ssits In agricultural slate and larger re
gions Is piosl extraordinary The following
uro some, examples of the increase of tlie
deposits In all lanka in the agriciilt iivhI
states during Ihe year ending June 3a, in:
In Iowa and Houllt Dukota the Increase
was 14.1 per cent; In Nebraska, 14. ft: in
OMMMi.im, leuving un apparent net balance
of trade during thut time amounting to
IVotCiH 0.UIHI alter an adverse balance against
iiih iiufactiires and oilier products not agri
cultural, amounting to $i43.M.nuO. has been
offset. The manufacturing industries that
depend usin farm products for raw ma
terlHls employed l'.154.iv persons lu V"i and
used a capital of J4.!HJ,mo,i. Within a
Kansas. S.7; in North Dakota, 3. During decade farmers have become prominent as
Ihe same lime hank deuosits in the areat
capital statu of Massachusetts increased
"I per cent.
Willi mure remarkable Is the bank stale-
bankers mid as money lenders throughout
large ureas; and during the last five years
prosperous conditions and I ho lietter-di-
lected efforts of thu furmers themselvts
menl for tlie south central states. During have Increased the value of their farms
ne last year (lie deposits Increased IS I per 33 & cei l, or an amount approximately
cent In Texas. :i.4 in Oklahoma. 2i 1 r equal lo $ti,i:i3.ii0,(Hl.
cent In Arkansas and 45.7 per cent in the
Indian lerritory, while t hrouglioul the
whola bran of (hat geographic division (lie
increase was 12. per cent. The general
sveragu Increase for the I lilted States was
lis ier cent.
If a itimparlsou Is made with 1MS. within
1h latest prolonged financial depression,
the coniarlsoiiS are si ill more striking.
During '.lie ten years from that year to
lone .11, l!ifi, the bank deposits ol Ilia
l'nited States, all banks included, increased
I-K.l s.r tent, ill comiiurisoii with this is
tlie Increase of the rtoutli Atlantic slates,
1U7.4 r cunt; of the western or Kucky .
mountain and Paiirlc states, lifts per cent;
Lr the north central states, id.il per cent.
In bis report, which comprises i:U pages
of printed matter, the secretary of agri
culture reviews the activities of the depait
inent for the last eight years, setting forth
what bus been djue by the various bureaus.
All in all, it is one of the most compre
hensive and interesting documents ever is
sued by Ihe Department of Agriculture.
that they ought to be very proud they are
The only vocal solo on the program was
ths "Spring Song," by Hultm Furth. Piano
solos were "Fleur do Mai," by Fanny LlvT
Ingston; "Shower of Blossoms," by Dorothy
Meyer, and a selected solo by Nuoml Trus
tln. Ida and Essie Brodkey played "The
Knee Horse," piano duet, and Mamie and
Horlensc Spiesberger played "Rondo Mlll
talre." One of the moBt delightful num
bers was a violin and piano duet. "Lucia di
Lunimermoor," by Joseph und Grace Meyer.
Little Bella Newman gave a selection from
"William Tell" on her violin und Helen
Summer played a violin solo entitled "Le
gende." "Our Hired Girl" was recited by
l.oiine Roscnstock, "The Bald Headed
Man" by Ruth Arnsleln. "Five Little Ser
vants" by Verna Kirschbraun and "Tlie
Banner of tlie Jew" bv Nellie Klgutter.
Hand Degen ulso gavo u recitation.
mediately helped to his home. Both ve
hicles were quite seriously dumaged.
D. Richardson, a farmer residing near
Alada, was thrown from his vehicle during
the runaway und had his left leg severely
Injured. Tho Injured llmh hnd been giving
him considerable trouble from another
cause and his condition Is said to be suri-ous.
Hog' Cholera mt brand Island.
GKANLV ISLAND. Neb., Nov. W.-(Spe-cial.)
The ravages of the disease of cholera
has become quite devastating among the
herds of swine In this county, many furmers
reporting the loss of over half of their
herds, and some as high as tfa per cent.
Peter Tagge, a farmer In , enter town
ship, ruporls a loss of seventeen out of
twenty-four; A. Fclske of a more southern
township, reports a loss of thirty out of
thirty-seven; J. L. Johnson reports a loss
of sixty; Fred Sclieel of the Ulaud, a loss
of ninety, und it Is estimated by .1 farmer
that throughout the county a loss of at
least Iti.oii bus been suffered, amounting
in money lo Ml least $."), ii.
JEW IN HISTORY AND LIFE
(Continued from First Page.)
tnd still more striking is the m-rcrntugit of i
ths south central stales. 255.7 tr cent;
while during Ihe same lime the deposits in
tlie North Atlantic states Increased only
le.' 2 per cent.
Fwr Individual states there are such in
creases during I be leu years us lse s per
Tilt lor Iowa, iTP.i H iter ceul for Kansas, .'M
iwr cent for North Itskola und Iter
cent for South Dakota. The prom ess of
Ihe south central states was still more
tare of America. No nation Is so given
to amusements, music or drama as tlie
Jews, but they earn Ihelr money before
they spend It. They ure not deudheuts.
Kart litiuake lu tal.
Hi.MK, Nov. ;t. A slight' earthquake wus
recorded in ull observatories of the king
dom this morning. It caused little dam
age except to the Cathedral of Aria no, in
Apulia, in the extreme southeastern sec
tion, which suffered considerably. No
lives were lost.
Break Ail Records,
All records in curing Coughs, Colds, etc.,
are broken Ty Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption. Sac und $1.IU. For sula
by Sherman & McCuunell Drug Co,
Oprrallua 011 W. A, f lark, Jr.
NEW YORK. Nov. JU. Willium A. (Turk.
Jr , son of Vnlt.-d States t nutor W. A.
Clark of Montana, today underwent an
operation for mastoiditis, following which
This Is lh Zti.n Tn.-v lrl...l .... tl... comilliuii whs iicciuied 10 lie smisiai
Water Works Tested or Fire.
OSCKOLA, Neb., Nov. Uti, (Special )
The pew waterworks of Osceola have had
the opportunity to be tested by fire wild
warkod to e charm. Tho fire was on the
egst side of the squHie, "The Famous," a
millinery establishment kept by Mrs. Hose
berry in the brick building owned by
George K. McCoy lining on lire, liu: fire
started about 11 p. in. There was but little
which was utmost
with rich b aoJ
nJ you will bavt
MAKE5 RED BLOOD.
"TmmV R ."
roaj 'JO years ugo und we are there now
'The land where evcly man has a 1 hane
9 J (o riae according to his ability. The Jew
1 feels at home in this country and he has
! 110 yearning lo change, and go elsewhere.
nc 1 eel as it we could do our duty as
citizen here. Pursue Ihe path of peace
and do yaur duty us ciiisens and the Jew
ish cilisens will be as highly respected us
any and gi.'en as high positions as any
othi r ( lass of Cltizeiiship." .
Fnlare of the Jets.
Ituhhi Frederick Culm was the last
spcuker and spoke of the future uf the
Jew. He raid:'
As things have been. In most respects,
will they continue to be; out of the olj
tlie new will come. The Jew Is what all
centuries hsvs made him, and so tie will
continue to be. The Jew became u wan
derer that he mignt benefit his kind. He
has lived in ev, ry era and has survived
fur nil time, and where he has been h ha
nlwas been a factor lu every sphere of
a.ttvli). And o 111 tin future, with Ucx
lory. The operation was performed by Dr.
M' Ki rnon. who recently opt-ruled oil Seiia
tor Clark for tiio same diseusu.
AIwy , RameeaMr tk Full Nfta
I axative Kromo QuSoina
CnrMCoUinOMly. QrVw 3 Vyt
charging that certain Individuals had killed
a deer and an anteloe within the last two
weeks. One complaint came from Mullen, i
where a deer from the herd seen In that
vicinity recently was killed. Carter wired ,
the sheriff to make an arrest, but has re
ceived a reply from that official to the
effect that there had been no violation of
the law, from which the warden infers
that the animal was killed before the close
of the season, November 1 The antelope
was killed in the neighborhood of Ogallala
and the same explanation was made. The
open season for deer and) antelope lusts
from August 15 to November IS. ullhougli
Carter says that tho law should be amended
so gs to protect the game entirely, to give
the herds a chance to multiply. The
statute provides that one person may kill
a single deer and a single antelope or two
animals of either species during I ho season. !
M m II I ncousclno f
Slute Superintendent Mi Brleii is making
an Investigation as to the cause of thu
similarity in tlie replies lo teachers' ex
amination questions which have been re
ceived from four counties. Nina applicants
ure concerned in the investigation which
he is ulxJtit lo make and proper steps will
Is? taken to punish the guilty individuals, j
should It hi founil that cheating or col- j i11HU1.aiKe on the slock
luslon has been curried on. In one county
three replies to certain questions were
Identical in thought and phraseology, lit
the three remaining counties ' two indi
viduals in each gave replies thut were
alike. - I
The superintendent has prepared a cir
cular letter dealing with the matter in
which he Inquires whether the similarity
in the answers is Ihe result of thought
transference A ecullar feature of til
oueet Is the fact that in some Instances
both of the replies ars grotesquely wrong.
Although he deems the situation grave
enough to call for a stringent Investigation
lu order to prevent fraud In securing cer
tificate, the superintendent states that he
is pleased with the showing made by the
am teacher who have Uesn examined dur
ing October and November.
"Arcllst Was Klertrmed."
Mr. Sparks of the slate examining com
mittee ha found that one would-be edu
cator of the young has a wonderful con
cent inn of hlstorv. Asked to write a short
biography of the late President McKlnley,
this applicant, among other things. In
form the examiner that "President Mc
kinley wa shot by an arctlst," and that a
short while thereafter "the arctist wa
Wanted I An Hrlrrss.
A woqian bearing th nam of Mr. Ell
Vott. whose maiden nm was Van Omian.
I heiress to a considerable tat left to
her by her brother, wno 1 dying at Tucou,
Illness, of dropsy and heart trouble, aged ,'lu
years. She is survived by her husbanil and
two sons. Funeral services were held Sun
day afternoon at 'I o'clock from the-Methodist
PLAT'l SMOl "I'll Mrs. tdgar Barker,
who was so seriously burned recently while
rendering lard iiefr her borne, died lust
evening. Hi r clothes caught fire and tier
flesh was badly burned from her silkies lo
her arms. The cldent occurred last Mun
day and her suffering has been severe until
relieved by death. She leaves u husband,
but no children.
BKATUit K Mr. and Mrs. James telor
beck celebrated their fil'tletti wedding an
niversary here Saturday lu the presence of
their five children, who arc all inarrleil.
Mr. und Mrs. Ehibeck were married In
Keiio.dia county, Wisconsin, November 'ii,
155, and located In Gage county :n 1S,
where they have since resided. They are
among Heat rice s oldest and most highly
espi cied citizens.
TAbLK ROCK The disappearance of S.
.". Hlckmil, proprietor of the Blcknull hub I
and cafe at this place, still continues to be
the ull-absnrblng theme, of conversation,
."wit a truck or trace of lilto bus been dis
Kivered since he took the train here No
vember 15. Mrs. Bii'knell will continue the
business. She is leti with four small child
ren from 2 to 11 yours of age.
FKKMONT About 1 o'clock this morning
a man was discovered trying to force Ills
way Into the Normal durmitory, occupied
by the girls. The police were notified and
found thut. the (uirty was a young man
who for some lime iwsl lias been subject
to Insane spells and has been an InmaiK
of the Lincoln asylum. He was taken to
the city Jail and bis relatives notified.
SKWAKD-Whlli; returning from pleas
ant Dale, William Matxku sustained quite
serious injuries as a result of a collision
between un automobile und the carriage in
which he was riding. The team ran away,
the carriage was smashed and Mr. MaUke.
was thrown out in such a manner as to
render him unconscious. The uutumobillsts
were from Seward, but they did not stop
to see how badly Mr. Matzke was injured.
FKKMONT Mollis Hoffman filed a peti
tion in the district court yesterday to re
cover the sum of $iu,i'ki from John Nau.
She ulleges that she is an orphan and
formerly an inmate of the St. James' oi -phaiiugc
at Benson. When II yea is of u.c
nue was (ukoii uy tne oeieiidunl. wno
agreed to give her a homo and furnish lac :
vih suitable clothing and an opportunity :
lo attend school. She claims that she was
obliged to do ordinary farm work, bad no i
opportunity to attend school and that her
health has become impaired by hard work. '
The defendant owns considerable land in '
Suundeis county and Is also defendant In : I
an anion iirougnt iiy nis wile lor divorce on
the ground of drunkenness and cruelty.
l.ritvral W. U. Ileud.
ST. PAI'L. Min.i., Nov. :;.( inn i al V.
B. B nd. formerly auditor of the Chicago
(Ires I Western railway and for years one
of the foremost figures in tlie Minnesota
National guard, died tonight ul his home
from blood poisoning, lie ImU been suf
fering from u carbuncle. General Bend
was US years old.
Ilenr 1. itvlstand.
ORSON, la.. Nov. '26 (Special.) Henry
C. Helstand died here recently. Kev. A.
Breeliug conducted the funeral services.
iThe deceased was born lu Indiana in lsj'i
He whs u member of Ihe l'nited Brethren
j church for many years.
There't nothing like buying (nil lulling
Drins oni ma ngn iiHiiip in iiuui.m
Tii.cs TALLS OV THK
KOAI) (lie nmt f oscillating book of
(Via . t tnllie m.n in trad, or businev. It
chariim Bad boiiifl him brcsiiftft it dealt with
IhinKi h know. H rn ie il U Ihrmiuh th
eyes of eiperienr and eujoy th full bumor
of every luualion.
The:e Im I n anecdote or a chapter la
Talus Uf The Road that atiy man who Juy or
sells can read without ciclaiuiiuK: "Tiuole
ths Ida I" You cannot resliie bow enteitais
in ( sr th esperienr.et of a tiaTeling tally
man until ou road Hies crisp, tnappy lle
by a win who follow (lie road. Hay Ilia hook
lor iu brigtnnesa. I s entertainment, it homoly
Uavid Haruin charm. and ! it prariical
toiulers as (lie milk that goea with Ihcroooannt.
.OTa Muki Srurr is th Hook 1sn Ar-
rKARIU IN TH bTUDAlf L.MNIStl PoBT.
Plica ft. jo. All BooUtellcrs.
THOMPSON THOMAS, Pos., Caicoa
Called for filled accurately
' und delivered promptly.
H. S. KING
SsccetHM- t N..B. Graham,
24th and Farnam 8ts.
Woodward & Burgess.
fr'l 1 OU rissn, OLD T1MM." wJf
Xld "Bt mtf bjt-'vu' nwuLT tosin to ." JtlgW "
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GREATLY REDUCED RATE3 EAST :
Indiana, Ohio and otriain points In Illinois, Kentucky, Wast
Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York, Miohigan and Ontario,
NoTombov 27th. 1905. at Return limit. 21 daya.
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T visit tk old how ana frtaad t wtker 4ajr.
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Tonlghl and Tues Special Ttics. Mat.
The Imlntv Musical Hindus
THE SCHOOL GIRL
Company of tin Players, Including t'AK-
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Wed. Mat. & Night BAH' IAIN MAT.
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I' I, t) It 11 II OK A.
Willi Ralph Biggs' Company of (in. A
Wealth uf Scenery. ( 'uslunies,
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l.( H IS JA.MK.S.
Mat.. "Ingomnr." Night. 'Vlrgmiils."
BIIBWnnn Night Bun. Milts. le, 2bo
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lieait K.!:i II and Arthur Kuri.-s. Iilxon &
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Thankssis Inn Matinee 'l huraila.
Price -lim, 2m V0c, lie.
Mats. Anv Ueut, 2ic
Wltinaiks Coaiiily Oin
New Music. New kimiss.
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Alamito Dairy Farm Milk
in Bottles tvt
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