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THE OMAHA DAILY REE: SUNDAY. DECEMBER 17, 1W5.
DEMOCRATS ARE COMING OUT
Four Mentioned hj Chairman Allen for
Boainatioi for QoTernor.
DTHERS EAGER FOR THE SENATORSHIP
Artontl Profess to Bdlttf the
Partr Mae naie Show of Vic
lory at the Com In a;
Thomas P. Allen, chairman of the demn.
rratlc plat committee, was in Omaha Frl-
eral manager of the Orient railroad. died
here tonight, niri-'d M years. H formerly
held a similar position with the Pnlon Pacific.
WITNESS POSED AS DODGE
Trial nf "Abe" Hummel Rrlr.cs Out
Interesting Tntlmonr In
NEW YORK, ro. M. The crucial point
In the celebrated Dodge-Morse divorce cane,
namely, the question whether Dodge was
ever served with the summons to divorce
proceeding! with his wife,' who later be
came Mrs. Morse, was taken up today at
the trial of Abraham Hummel, the lawyer.
flny afternoon and night attending to legal . ' .,,., .
the lawyer who represented Mrs. bodge In
I her original divorce preceding.
I Rweetser mid that he served the turn-
morm In question on Dodge on March 81.
buslneni, and stopped long: enough to say I
the democratic party was already organ
ised for tne coming; fray and didn't need
'ln view of the fact the democrats have
a splendid chance to secure the governor
ship, and also to get a United (Hates sen
ator, a lot of candidates will come out for
the sta.te office. I understand W. H.
Thompson will be a candidate, also A. C.
Hhallenbarger of Alma, probably May or
Brown of Lincoln snd Oeorge Berge. I
have not heard enough expressions on the
matter to say what will be the strength
of. the men mentioned when It comes to
getting the 'Domination.
"Whwt we do of course will depend
largely upon what the republicans do.
"I look for a mighty fight In the repub
lican party over nominations and I expect
to see them attempt to leave -out two or
three of their present state officers who are
candidates for renominatlon. Should the
railroads win out In the fight for nomina
tions t look for the nomination of a man
like Judge Robertson of Norfolk, while If
the railroads, lose I would not be surprised
If George Hhcldon or Dempster of Beatrice
should get the place. I think BheUlon is a
mighty rood man."
Mr. Allen la brother-in-law of W. J.
Hryan and Mrs. Allen received a letter
from the American traveler several days
ago, dated a month ago and mailed in
Japan. The letter Raid Mr. Bryan and his
family would spend Christmas In Manila
and that all wore well and enjoying the
MURDERER SAVES MURDERER
Albert T. Patrick Files Appeal In Case
nf Fellow Frlaoaer Sentenced
to Be Executed Monday.
NBW YORK, Dec. 16. -The World to
morrow will say that Albert T. Patrick,
tinier sentence of death, has prevented
the execution of John Johnson, who was
to have been electrocuted Monflay morn
ing. He was convicted for wife murder
six weeks ago in Westr tester county.
Johnson's lawyers concluded that there
was no ground for an appeal.
"My counsel Is not going to appeal my
case," aald Prisoner Johnson, "and I see
no use In building up hepe."
Patrick, who had Just returned from
this city, where he had been sentenced
by Justice Rogers to die In the electric
chair In the week beginning January 22.
asked Johnson to tell him of the case.
Johnson signed an affidavit In which he
asserted he was not granted a fair trial.
Then Patrick wrote unother document, in
which It was set forth that he had been
duly retained as counsel for "one John
Johnson, under sentence of death and
awaiting execution Id Sing Blng as pro
scribed by law." Another paper was in
the form of a notice to the clerk of the
court of appeals In Albany that one "Al- j
bert T. Patrick, attorney and counsellor-
at-taw, residing in the state . prison in
Sing Sing. N.Y.." has been duly retained
as counsel for Johnson and that said no
tice was to act also as a notice that an
appeal would be argued from the Judgment
of the lower court.
Warden Johnson was sent for and Pnl- j
rick handed all the papers to him. j
"You will be good enough to forward (
these official documents to the clerk of
the court of appeals In Albany." said Pat
rick to the warden; "they are In the case
of the people of the state of New York
against John Johnson. I am the attorney
In the case."
The papers were duly forwarded to Al
bany. Patrick . says that he will Insist
at the Everett house, In this city. He
then said. In reply to questions, that In
1HU1 he Identified as Dodge a man whose
real name was Herbltch. This was at
reference proceedings In connection with
the case. The prosecution In the Hummel
trial has charged that Herbltch was used
at the reference to impersonate Dodge,
who, they chat go, was being kept away
from the city.
Sweetser said that Mrs. Dodge was to
pay all expenses of the divorce proceedings,
including her husband's counsel fee.
Charles K. Herbltch, whom Sweetser
testified he Identified as Dodge In Wl, was
then put on the witness stand. He said
that he went to the reference proceedings
at the request of Mr. Hummel.
"I went to his office,." said Herbltch,
"and he told me he wanted to use me for
about fifteen tnlnules at a hearing, but did
not want me to testify. He gent me to
Judge Hall's office at 62 William street.
Hummel afterward entered the office with
"Did you receive anything for your ser
vices?" "Yes. 125."
"What did Hummel say to you?"
"He told me that he wanted to see if a
certain man would mistake me for some
"You knew .by what you heard there
that there was a dispute as to the service
of a summons?"
Justice Rogers, who is trying the case,
asked at this point:
"And when Bweetser greeted you as Mr.
Dodge, did you not make any response?"
"I did not."
Charles W. Morse, the banker, organizer
of the American Ice company and other
corporations, was next called to the wit
ness stand. It was In order to secure an
annulment of the murrlagc of Mrs.
Clemence Dodge to Morse that the alleged
conspiracy was entered Into by Hummel.
Mr. Morse said that Hummel told him
In lftOS that Mrs. Dodge's divorce from
Dodge was corrupt and bad. Morse said
he answered that If anything was wrong
he wanted it set right. The witness said
that Sweetser showed him a newspaper
picture of Dodge which the lawyer said he
had wtlh him when he served the sum
mons. Dclaney Nlcoll, Hummel's attor
ney, then asked:
"And when you called his attention to
the fact that by the date on the paper
the picture was not printed until months
after the service of the summons, what
did he say?"
"That he would have to frame tip some
other excuse," was the reply.
cLIOl ON IMMIGRATION
President of flartard Take Ixeeptioa to
Position of "Laboring Clau."
AMERICA SHOULD WELCOME ALL COMERS
Finds Irish Hard "Illaest' bat
Would Sot Restrict Japanese
or Chinese from the
I nlted States.
BOSTON, Dec. 16 In an address liefore
the Economic club of Boston last night
Iresident Charles W. Eliot of Harvard,
speaking of "immlRrr .Ion," said:
It Is the labor unloi.s who teach the doc
trine of cotitiact labor exclusion. That is
the source of all the agitation along these
Hues. The Americans who have gut Into
the good trades want to keep out ail new
comers from those trades. Mr. Uompers
the oilier (Jay In New York opposed the ad
mission of Chinese students and educated
travellers on the ground that Chinese cool
ies might smuggle themselves Into the
country in that guise. I want to protest
against that line of argument, that we
should try to keep out new arrivals be
cause our earnings would be reduced. That
Is not the real danger. Have wages falhn
In the last live years or risen? Yet Immi
grants have been coming by the millions.
Our laboring class if 1 may use such a
term hold a very unmannerly opinion
about the newcomers. They have not con
fidence enough In their own superiority re
sulting from their own advantages. We
ought to have a profound confidence from
our own experiences on this soil of the
trustworthy effects of freedom for every
1 am no kind of a restrictionlst to any
body, either in education, religion or Immi
gration. We are all of us pretty content
with the results of the Immigration of the
last generations. It has been the source of
our civilization and of our Ideals.
Only I'uaslble Doubt.
The only possible doubt about the present
Immigration contrasted wlih the former Is
this: Are the races that are coming now
as sound physically, morally and mentally
as the races that have come since ICli?
'1 here Is a good deal of race and religious
prejudice In the matter. Men say: "Cult
we digest this mass of Roman Catholics?''
Weil, we have digested many millions of
them and they have turned out humane,
excellent citizens. What race have we di
gested with more difficulty than the Irish?
Yet In President Roosevelt himself there
are two strains of blood, one Dutch and
the other Irish.
What shall we say of the yellow race?
Last week In New Y'ork an attempt was
made to draw a clear-cut distinction. The
labor orator denounced the Chinese and
Japanese, Implying that these races were
physically, mentally and morally differen
tiated from us In such a degree that they
could not be lived with and all we want
to know about a rare Is, can we live with
it? A minister who hnd long lived in China
replied that that nation had produced a
high civilization when the ancestors of
every man In the room were living in fur
clothing in the wilderness.
We have had an excellent opportunity to
see what the Japanese are. What an ex
hibition they have given us in physical
strength and power In their mastery of the
art of war. They actually taught the Eng
lish how to tight a naval battle. No fleet
In the world ever made such intelliuent
preparations for battle as the surgeons of
Togo's fleet. And witness the Intellectual
Insight In the conduct of the struggle and
the moral qualities In Its conclusion. Yet
we have the insolence to cnnivio of ex
chiding Japanese from this country because
Of their inferiority. As to contract labor,
the law ca mi l 1 enforced, never has been
enforid ntd never ought to be enforced.
LIST OF PICTURES FOR
Modern Madonnas, ' Water
Color Heads, Cupid Awake and
Asleep, Moonlight, Marines.
Arltstically Framed at 50c, 75c,
$1.00 and up.
Such as "A Little Child Shall
Lead Them," "Peter and
John." "Hoffman's Christ
Head," and an endless variety
of charming little framed pic
tures and photograph frames,
ranging in price from 25c up.
Pyrography Christmas Novelties
World's Greatest Pianos
Now offered at the Hoppe Piano Rooms at prices ranging from
$190 up to the $450 Knabe Pianos. Easy payments $3 per
month and up. Think of buying the celebrated Kimball, Kranich.
& Bach, Bush & Lane, Hallet, Davis, Hospe, Cable, Nelson, Bur
ton, Cramer and others, on small payments, in best established
music house in the west, where the prices are marked in plain
figures in plain sight. You know you are right when you buy
here. Your child can buy as well as yourself one price only.
The AVIUM of the children and the
comfort of the old people. Trices
50c to $200
Violins, Cornets, etc.
A fine burning outfit in
designed box, only $1.50
All Pyrography Material
Christmas week 20 per cent off.
China Painting outfits and
China Kilns, Water Color and
Oil Color outfits, from 10c up.
Let us frame your pic
tures. All work guaranteed.
We will deliver. your order
Xmas morning, if desired.
One Price Organ Sale
No More Will Be AskedNo Less Taken The Hospe Plan It's
a Good One.
Peloubet Organ, walnut ease, high top, 5) stops $8
Chipping Organ, walnut case, semi-high top, 7 stops $12
Himms Chapel Organ, walnut case, 9 stops $15
Detroit Chapel Organ, walnut case, semi-high top, 9 stops.. $20
Smith American Organ, walnut ease, high top , 12 stops. . . .$20
Kimball Organ, semi-high top, walnut case, 8 stops $25
Kimball Organ, high top, mirror, walnut case, 11 stops $30
Hamilton Organ, high top mirror, walnut case, 11 stops $30
Story & Camp Organ, high top, walnut case, 8 stops .$25
If you need an organ and don't find what you want on this list,
we can show you twenty others. You pay but 50 cents per week.
It's easy to buy hero. Try it.
A Good Place to Buy a Piano or a Piano Player.
Of every description and all the best
niukes In our collection.
Prices ennglng from $200
Sole acenta for the celebrated "Gib
son" "Ihtlceola" the great "Family
Piano" 1b considered of great value
as an accompaniment for the vole,
and Its construction la no simple that
a child can master It In a t-hort time.
Price $23.0(1 TYnn. 92.00 Cah,
!J1.M Per Week.
The only exclusive line of "VIC
TOR" Talking Machines and Recordt
In the cltv.
Prices front VlS.oo Vp to $100 on
Reeords at the Reduce! Prices.
S.V, Oc, $1.00.
Join the "Hospe
Sheet Music Cut
Costs You 10c & Year.
And saves half of your popular sheet
music bills, and entitles you to one
copy of oar monthly cut price bulle-
Uln. Mailed to you free ot cuarge
Write to I'm or Inquire at the She
COURTING CASE IN COURT
llobokta, Pa.. Woman Sura to Itepoifr
Money Spent by Minor Son oa -:
PITTSBURG, Dec. lO.-The question of
whether a mother can recover money
spent by her son In courting a girl is
one that will have to be decided In com
mon pleas court No. 2, the problem com
ing before the court in an appeal before
Justice of the Peace Hugh Simons of Ho-
M'KINLEY AND PUTER FREE
Bondsmen for Convicted Land Grab
ber Say Men Were Released oa
Their Own Recognisance.
PORTLAND, Ore, Dec. 16.-The Evening
Telegram today states that Horace Q. Mc
Klnley and 8. A. D. Puter, convicted in this
city last summer of conspiracy to defraud
the t'nited States government In connec
tion VI th the land frauds In this state,
have been seen in San Francisco and Oak
land, Cal., within the last ten days by a
reliable business man of Portland, who
McKlnley and Puter were released after
their conviction on their promise to appear
whenever needed to testify in the case of
the government against Congressman
Binger Hermann, who la under indictment
In connection with the operations of the.
land fraud ring in this state. The local
Sarah McVlcker to recover $.50, alleged
to have been spent for her daughter.
According to the testimony filed with
the transcript, Cargo is a minor and has
a nrtsltlnn. Tltn mnthpr aav hn nnari nort
that he bo taken to the court of appeals , Qf m wagM every ,n Mrg
McVlckers' daughter to the theater and
boken. Pa. Mrs. Lizzie Cargo, the mother i sureties of McKlnley and loiter assert they
of Norman Cargo, brought the suit against 1 were relieved of responsibility for the ap-
when the day for the argument in the case
comes up. -The application filed by Pat
rick In behalf of Johnson acted as a stay
of all proceedings.
POWDER MAGAZINE EXPLODES
fifteen Men Reported Killed by au
Aeeldent Mear Rosaland, Brit
SPOKANE. Wash.. Dec. 16. The powder
magaslne of the Center Star and War
Ragle nine at Rowland, B. C, exploded
bout J:45 p. rn. today. It Is reported that
twelve! to fifteen men are dead and as
many more Injured. The excitement Is so
Intense that details are hard to obtain. It
is stated houses near the powder house
were demolished nnd nearly every pane of
lass In the town was broken.
A special from Roesland to the Chronicle
timed 8:10 p. ni. stated that nineteen men
are still missing since the explosion. One
body, that of J. 8. Inn-sham, who was In
charge of the magnalne, has been recov
ered. The search for the dead is retarded
by fire In the ruins of the wrecked inaga
slne. Another maaaaine close by is In
danger -from Are. Two small hotels were
demolished by th explMlon. It Is reported
that nearly PX) were cut by the broken
glass. The property loss is estimated at
t-Vi.OflO to 150,uiio. The location of the maga
slne was on a hillside overlooking the town
nd about one-mile distant from It.
In spending It for pop, tandy and ginger
ale for himself and the girl.
Mrs. Cargo says that Miss McVlcker
would send for her son to come to see
her or would wait for him at the train.
pearanee nf the men by l-'rancls J. Heney,
who was T'nited States attorney during the
land trial and fraud trials In Oregon.
A special dispatch to the Telegram from
Salem, Ore., states that Chief Clerk Brown
of the state land board has received a
letter from Wirt K. Humphrey attorney
for R. E. Moss of Chicago, regarding
eighteen counterfeit certificates covering
B.0i0 acres of land on which Moss says he
loaned 8. A. D. Puter a large sum of
money. Clerk Brown has checked over the
Once she says she whipped the lad, but ! numbers of the certificates and. It is al-
It did not prevent his visits to the girl
She claims as her son Is a minor his wages
belong to her. The justice found in her
favor, and an appeal was taken to the
court for a final decision.
INSPECTOR ANDERSON GOES
Indefinite Fnrlouah as Outcome of
Two Years" Fla;M by
J. P. lloe.
V1CH1TA, Kan.. Pec. W.-J. p. Hovey.
superintendent of motive power of the
Orient railroad and father-in-law of Ed
ward Dickinson, vice president and gen-
Dr. Humphreys' Sercnty
ScTcn breaks up Grip and
A Freart Cold often yield to
"77" ftr tha flrat dose.
A Njleetel Cold taxes longer,
but gives way before "77" even,
A Stubborn Cold sometimes
seems o grow worse, but the
etfeot of "77" is cumulative and
after a tussle the Cold is broken
UTA book on Dr. Humphreys'
System of Cure mailed free.
tliiiiiphreys' Ho,., Mi'dUiu' Co.. Cur.
Wllltua sa4 Jufaa streets, Nw York.
MEBTKETSK. Wyo., Dec. lti.-8peclal
Telegram.) Senator Warren has tele
graphed to this place that Inspector A. A.
Anderson, former superintendent of the
Yellowstone forest reserve, has been given
indefinite furlough. This is the end of thi'
tight for his removal which has been kept
up for over two yeurs by the people In this
part of the state. Two years ago a petition
signed by l.oon citizens, asking for his n
r.ioval, was forwarded to Washington. This
year several hundred individual petitions
were sent, together with affidavits charg
ing Anderson with uwing government em
ployes for private ranch work, fencing the
forest reserve for private pasture, with
holding grazing permits from settlers and
blowing up mountain trails to isolate his
herd of thoroughbred cattle. A ' call has
b-fn Issued for a b'g demonstration here
next Saturday. Bonfires, speeches, dances
and fireworks will Indicate the Joy of the
people of this part of the state over Ander
lcged, found them all fraudulent, as the
originals appear on the records In the
names of other owners. There Is good
reason to believe that the counterfeit seals
and printing was produced by Chicago
CHICAGO, Dec. 16, "For several years
I have had business dealings with Puter,"
said Mr. Moss tonight. "Eighteen months
ago he came to me and asked for a loan
on 6,(KX acres of land. I advanced him
W.6O0 and as security he gave mo the cer
tificates, which have turned out to be
counterfeits. I have made several attempts
to collect the money loaned to Puter, but
was unable to do so. Then an investiga
tion was begun and It was found that
the certificates were worthless. Whether
Puter had a knowledge that the certificates
were counterfeits at the time the loan was
made I do not know. I am Inclined to be
lieve that Puter, as well as myself, was
the victim of some land shark, t'ntll this
difficulty arose I had always found Puter
honest and upright In all his transactions."
ALLEGED PROPHET TORTURED
NEW CHICAGO POSTMASTER
Senators from Illinois finally Nhake
Postmaster Coyne Oat of
WASHINGTON, Dec. lfi.-President Roose
velt today Sent to the senate the nomina
tion of Frederick A. Busse to be postmaster
To opposition by Senators Cullom and
Hopkins, especially the latter, Mr. Coyne
tiwes thn loss of his position, although he
had the almost solid backing of Chicago
business interests as Well as considerable
persona politl'-al Influence..
Among Mr. Coyne's endorser was Mr.
Lluiise, the new appointee, who was not
originally a candidate for the office. He
consented finally when It became evident
that Mr. Coyne could not be reappointed.
Mr. Busse is a republican leader, not only
In Chicago, but in the state of Illinois, and
Is widely known In politics. He served in
tha Illinois senate and as state treasurer.
George Huffman. Who luduced Kansas
Farmer to Give Mini All Ills Prop
erty. Tarred and Feathered.
WELLINGTON. Kan., Dec. 1H. t ieoigo
Huffman, representing himself to be tie
"true pr.iphet of Christ." was tarred and
fnathered at Perth, a small town mar hern,
hist night by a mob After terrible punish
ment was applied the man was left to fin'! a
refuge, which he did after walking al!
night, when he reached Renfrew. Gr-int
county, Okl., twenty miles south of here.
HAMILTON STAYS IN FRANCE
Legiilatire Agent of Life Ininranoe Com
paiiei Will Hot Return.
DOCTOR SAYS 'TWOULD INJURE HEALTH
John C. McCall Starts for Home with
Statement Prepared by Hamil
ton for the New York
PARIS, Dee. 18. John C. McCall, son of
John A. McCall, president of the New York
Life Insurance company, who came to
Paris for the purpose of having Andrew
Hamilton, the former confidential legisla
tive representative of the Insurance com
pany at Albany, accompany him back to
New Tork, sailed alone today on the
steamer La Lorraine from Havre. Mr.
McCall took with him Mr. Hamilton's re
port concerning his connection with the
insurance company's affairs.
, The first statement was furnished from
an authoritative source":
Mr. McCall found uoon his arrival here
that Mr. Hamilton was under he care of
Dr. Riviere, a famous specialist. Mr. Mc
Call delayed his departure at Mr. Hamil
ton's request in order to see If the treat
ment would enable Mr. Hamilton to return.
but the doctor finally stated tnat the trip
Mr. Hamilton contemplated and his return
to active business would surely bo followed
by a serious Illness. Absolute rest for
several months will bo necessary. In lieu
of his return Mr. Hamilton has prepared ;
and sent a full and explicit statement cov
ering his connection with the affairs of the
Insurance company. I
It is understood Mr. Hamilton's response i
to the legislative committee takes the form
of going over the entire ground of the in
vestigation. Both Mr. McCall and Mr.
Hamilton declined to go into details of the ,
report on the ground of courtesy to the I
committee. However, it is clear that the 1
report was taken to the United States to
day and that it embraces a statement of
Mr. Hamilton's operations-since his connec
tion with the New Tork Life Insurance
China Denlea Report.
BERLIN, Dec. 16. The Chinese tninlbter
Informs the Associated Press that the .
alleged offer made to the Chinese minister
by the imperial chancellor, Buelow of Ger- ;
many, to help In the event of any power at-
tempting to selxe Chinese territory as re
ported by the Tokio correspondent of the
London Dally Telegraph December 15, is
without foundation, nor has he received
instructions to convey the thanks of the
Chinese government to Emperor William.
will begin publication on next
of a thrilling "heart interest"
serial story entitled
Americana at Rome,
ROME, Deo. 16. Thomas D. O'Brien, the
American minister to Denmark, after a
short stay In Rome, left here for Copen
hagen today. Three thousand Invitations
have been Issued for the first official re
ception of Ambassador White, December
27, at which the king's master of the cere
monies will officially introduce the ambas
sador and his wife to the dignitaries oi
state and leaders of Roman society.
Rlar leebera; lighted.
PLYMOUTH. England, Dec. 16. The
American line steamer Bt. Louis, which
arrived here today from New York, re
ports having passed on December 12, In
latitude 45 north and longitude 49 west, an
Iceberg 310 feet nigh. The Iceberg was
right In the track of Atlantic liners and
Is regarded as being a serious danger to
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l.abonchere to Retire.
LONDON, Dec. 16. Henry Labouchere.
He .must have suffered greatly from t'to the well-known editor and liberal member
cold, as he was without tlothes.
For the last three months Huffman h:id
been living with a family named Talklng
ton und had induced the elderly head of the
household Into the belief that the world W
coming to an end In five years. He fina'ly
Induced Talkington to give up all hj
earthly possessions to him so that he could
regeneratfc the world.
Whistler Plrtnr for America.
LONDON, Dec. 16 The famous Whistler
portrait of the late Hir Henry Irving as
King Philip II of Ppatn, was sold .t auc
tion today among the remainder ot tha
actor's eff-cts. for 26.ii. Sargent s por
trait of Kllen Terry In the character of
l.Jy Mr Beta realised !.. I urn Yt lus
tier picture go te America.
I ait huurr,
Now is the time to make that trip you
have been figuring on. It will be your last
chance this year. The Chicago, Milwaukee
& St. Paul railway ran offer you many in
ducements in the way of low rates for the
holidaa und the International Live Stock
eirosition at Chicago. For full Information
regarding dates of sale, limits, etc., call at
1&I4 Kainam St.. or write to V. A. Nash,
gen'-ra western agent, Omaha.
of Parliament for Northampton, will not
be a candidate for re-election to Parliament
at the coming election. He gives advanc
ing age as the reason for his retirement.
He first entered Parliament forty years
derma u and Brasll at Peace.
WASHINGTON, Dec 1.-The difference
between Germany and Brazil growing out
ot the kidnaping of Bteinhoff, reported to ,
be a German deserter at Itajahy, nas been '
satisfactorily adjusted according to advices
received at the German embassy here.
Wales Defeats New Zealand.
LONDON. Dec. 16. Wales defeated the
New Zealand foot ball team (Rugby rules)
at Cardiff this afternoon by 30 to 0. thus
administering to the visitors the first de
feat, they have suffered during their tour
of the United Kingdom.
Woman Arqnltted of Murder ( liarue.
SAL1NA. Kan.. Dec. li.-The Jury in the
tiiae of Mrs. S.irah Caldwell, charged with
the murder of tier husl.and, was discharged
today, having reported It was unable to
reai-ii ii YeniR-i. The jury blood leu fu aon
vlctlon and two for aouutttaj.
llrraa E pee ted In Manila.
MANILA. Dec. 16. William J. Rryan will
arrive here on December Zt.
r f.v- if
i -1 . i ,8 t iilhnsV .ail" n nifanVir-i r--"
II you ars In a Quandary
get him s pair ol
Quality mmJ Pries Always
$3.50 AND $2.50
SPECIAL Wo carry a complete lla of
Dr. U wd m Cunhiun Mile I'j hhoei, tUu
comp ete line of Christina Hllpp-r.. We
ib ill our frleoa and customers a
Regent Shoe Co.
2 OS South Fifteenth St.
Who have indulged In errors, excesses, overwork, or men
tal worry a woid with you. Many of you have Nervous
Debility, Vital losses. Pimples Ume Bark, Inflammation,
of the Bladder and Kidneys, Organic Weakness, Despond
ency, Failing Memory, Loss of Ambition or Similar Symp
toms, which rob you of your manhood, and absolutely un
fit you for life. Our treatment will correct all of these
evils and restore you to what nature intended a hale,
hearty, hanny man. with all nowers vigorous and com
plete. We alno cure to 6tay cured VAItlCOt f.LK, HVDIKH K.LK, ( ON.
TAfilOl H HLOOI POISON. ALL -ONTAfiIOl S OR At Ql IUKn HIS
KASKK, NKHVOI K DK1ULITV and all associate diseases and weaknesses
of ni"n. To these maladies alone, we have earnest- devoted our professional
lives. Anyone suffering from any of these diseases are cordially Invited to con
sult us at office or by mail.
Is It tlot worth your while to Investlirate a cure that hs made life anew to
multitudes of men? Everything confidential and private. Medicines and letters
alwavs sent In plain packages. In the fourteen yfars we have been in Omaha
our motto has been "LOW (11AKOEH AND QtJI'K Cl.'RES." Our home treat
ment by correspondence Is always successful. Address
Diamond Lockets Edholra, Jewsler.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Address OaUt, Wen.
DR. SEARLES & SEARLES,
110 H. Htli, Cor. 14th and Douglas Streets, Omaha, N'cbrasko.
A Globe-Wernicke "Elastic"
Bookcase it a large contributor
to the home comfort fund. It
is the one holiday gift over
which the entire household find
satisfaction, from either stand
point of utility or beauty.
fOB SALC BT
ORCHARD a WILHELM CARPET CO.