Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, July 04, 1906, Page 3, Image 3
THE OMAHA DAILY BEE; WEDNESDAY, JTTLY 4, 1008. 9 RAILROAD DONATES WATER Enrllncton Allows Lincoln to Pomp Out of lu Weill. CAPACITY HARDLY EQUAL TO THE NEEDS a Tale Aninal Urn tot Raa Preble Ileal tee of Mrewerka aa Accoeat of the Dtitr from Flrea. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, July l.-(Special.)-8uperln-tendent Blgnelt of the Rurlington cama lo iha relief of Lincoln last night and per mitted the water commissioner to turn Into tha water mains of tha city any amount needed from the Burlington wells until the city get in water system In commission again. Then Mr. Blgnell loaned the city a pump and It was lowered Into the Mockett well and started. Just how long It will take to put the city water plant In repair ts not known. The capacity of the Burling ton wells la 1,000,000 gallons a day, and at least half of this amount Is. at the d lupous 1 of the city. Mayor Brown Issued a proclamation this afternoon calling upon all cltlsens to refrain from shooting fireworks In the business sec tion of the town In order to make the dan ger from fire as little as possible. Every person . who shoots a blank revolver or touches off a firecracker will be arrested and prosecuted. Pollard Rearhes Hem. Congressman Pollard reached his home In Kehawka this morning from Washington and It Is now expected the congressional committee will be called to meet shortly and the date of the primary or convention will he set. Pollsrd's friends hope he will call a primary, as It Is believed he could get the nomination that way, but If he does It is likely the entire cost will he saddled onto him, as he will. In all probability, have no opposition. Chairman Teegarden has hesitated to call the committee together .ending the arrival of Mr. Pollard. Oeorsre Tobey, secretary to Benator Burk ed, accompanied by Mrs. Tobey, reached Lincoln this morning from . Washington and Senator Burkett Is expected Thursday. The senator went to Wisconsin, where he speaks at Appleton tomorrow. He accom panied Mr. Tobey as far as Chicago on the way home. Mrs. Burkett and children have been here since Saturday. Capital City Briefs. Oovemor Mickey has gone to Trenton, Mo., where tomorrow he will make a speech at the Chautauqua, the oci jii being old sottlers' day. Secretary of State Qaluaha, accompanied by his family, will leave Saturday for. a visit to Tellowstons park. The family will be gone for a week or ten days. Preps Looking- Well. State Senator Mockett returned this morn ing from a trip Into Custer county and re ports crops looking better In that section of the state than ever before. The people In Custer were getting scared about the scarcity of rain, said Mr. Mockett, but Sun day night a good rain fell, and the Indica tions are the crops will be bountiful. Wheat never looked better, Mr. Mockett said. Representative Crutchfleld of Kearney county was here today on business and re ported crops out In his section of the state looking good. Very little politics Is being discussed, said Mr. Crutchfleld. Whether ,he will be a candidate for a second term, Mr. Crutchfleld has not fully decided, al though It Is very probable that he will be. Brows and Sheldon Fall Dawa. Attorney General Norris Browa, candi date for senator, and George Sheldon, yrandldnte for governor,, get . thejr k first throw-down In Lancaster county last' night when the Union Veterans' Republican club refured to endorse them. For some days friends of the two candidates have been 1 busy trying to work up sentiment among the old soldiers and the Impression had been created that they would be endorsed. Pome of the members of the club had ex pressed themselves In their favor and at the meeting held last night the matter was taken up. A member of the clubproposed the endorsement of Crounse for senator and Steele for governor. The resolution went through without a fight, the Brown Ehrldon men not being sufficiently numer ous to mik trouble. PEXCF.R WOJIAS FATALLY BCRXED Poara Oil from a Large Caa Oato tha Fir.' SPENCER, Neb.. July I. (Special Tele gram.) Mrs. Calhoun waa burned to death here at t o'clock this morning. She tried to start the kitchen fire, and after two or th'ee unsuccessful attempts she poured kerosene In the stove nut of a gallon can, which caused an explosion, bursting both ends out of the can and scattering the oil on her and all about the room, which Immediately became a mass of Mimes. She fell to the floor and the Are and heat was . so Intense that help could not .reach her until the fire waa partially extinguished by the firemen. Her son, Ouy C. Calhoun, and his wife snd two children were In an ad joining room, just getting- up, when th?? SHIRTS ja. cowr-iia iaDfm im m ,Jr "1.S0 and snare DOtutt. uacu. reaDofly ft to IiiiiiI -J Cellara I 11 yjf Wxj oino (n i Ts orrLiKt 3 I "V A COAT yrj' TClla TMl 8 TORY Of TMI COAT SHIRTS I lUJ. ol who. r I aU-h Una. Tks h I When You Come to SIIOSUOM to Register STOP AT PIONEER HOTEL Reasonable Inquire lor J. B. SHARP. Attorney In Land and Mining Cases Waters That Make You Well. SIIOGO LITHIA imparts energy and vigor and kills that tired feeling. If your dealer does not keep it order a case or demijohn from SIIOGO LITHIA SPRING CO., MILFORD, NEB. THE CORNFIELD CLUB OPPOSITE MAIN ENTRANCE LAKE MAN AW A heard the explosion, but they could not help her, as the flames enveloped her In an Instant. It wss but a few mlttutea until the Are wss under control, so she could be rescued, but every particle of clothing wss burned from her body, and her face and neck were burned terribly and her hair wss burned from her head. Even her shoes were nearly burned off. She lived for four hours snd died st 10 o'clock. She remained conscious to the last and said good-bye to those near her a moment before expiring. The house waa not damaged much, as the water works were near st hand and the fire was soon extinguished. WOMA s(IT8 THK HOLT ROLLERS Deslraa Officers ta tlelp Make Peace with Haabaad. GRAND ISLAND. Neb., July I. (Spe cial.) Mrs. Riley, the wife and mother who deserted her home to Join the "Holy Rollers," the band of religious enthusiasts, who were egged In this city and ordered from the grounds they occupied, wrote a complaint to Governor Mickey, but finally packed up and went to Hastings, has re turned to this city (he second time and Is anxious for a reconciliation with her hus band. She Immediately called upon Chief of Police Koeplln and told qutte a atrangu story. She alleged that the "Holy Rollers" held a strange power over her and that, though In leaving her husband and child she knew she was doing wrong, she could not resist the Importunities of the men and women of the band. She believed that she had been hypnotised. She states that when she was In this city Friday, accompanied by two of the male members of the band, and when she told the chief that she had never been married to Mr. Riley, and the child waa not liar own, but an adopted one, It was at the Instance and dictation of the peo ple who accompanied her. On Saturday night, she saya, she was determined to go home, but the people who had the in fluence over her would not permit It. They even took her rings to assist In making her stay. She asserts that shs finally got away and returned to this city through the asslstsnce of the chief of police of Haatlngs. She urged upon the authorities here to Intercede with her husband to have him reconcile the matter, acknowl edging her guilt and desiring to reunite the family. It Is stated that the Husband Is much disinclined to do this. BEATRICE GETS FACKISO PLANT Money Necessary to Secare Enter prise Readily Raised. BEATRICE, Neb., July 3. (Special Tel egram.) The necessary bonds for the es tablishment of a packing house In Beatrice were practically secured today and this Industry for Nebraska's third city Is now an assured fact. The proposed plant Is to cost 8260,000 and will employ several hun dred skilled workmen. The capacity of the plant will be 200- cattle and 1,000 hogs dally. The bonds were raised with but little effort on the part of the Commercial club, as those who purchased the bonds realise that Beatrice Is located In a fine agricul tural country with splendid railroad facili ties and reaooroea that will amply support an Institution of this kind. Kansas City parties are behind the enterprise and the proposition calls for the completion of the plant In eight months. TWO ARB GIVEN HOLIDAT PARDONS aaasael Payae and Ed Collins, Mar derers, Graated Freedom. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, July 1. (Special Telegram.) Governor Mickey this morning pardoned Samuel E. Tayne, colored, and Kd Collins, murderers sentenced to the penitentiary for life from Douglas county. The men had served fourteen years each. ' Payne waa .convicted of the murder of a white girl In Omaha and the murder was one of the most brutal ever committed In tha stste. The pardons were recommended by the chief Justice, Attorney General Brown and Secretary of State Galusha. Methodist Elders Meet. COLUMBUS, Neb., July 8.-Speclal.)-Presiding Elder Millard of the Grand Island district of the north Nebraska conference of the Methodist Episcopal church had a meeting of the elders of the different dis tricts of the conference at his home here a couple of days ago. There were present Rev. William Gorat, D. D., of the Omaha district. Rev. D. K. TIndall. D. D . of the Norfolk district and Rev. Thomas Blthnell, D. D., of the Nellgh district. These clergy men are next to the bishop In the annual conference and there business was to get the committee in working order for tru meeting of the annual conference that la to be held at Central City September 12, at which Bishop L. B. Wilson will preside. Lightning- at Barchard, BL'RCHARD. Neb., July 8. (Special.) Lightning struck the house' of William Taya at Lew la ton. nine miles north of here, Saturday night, damaging the building to a considerable extent end rendering Insensible the nine inmates, who did not recover con sciousness for fifteen minutes. Aside' from Mr. snd Mrs. Tays and children Mr. and Mrs. Urry Hochstedler of Burchard and Mrs. Boston and children of Wymore were visitors at the Tays home, and all are congratulating themselves that the build ing was not set on fire by the lightning bolt. Dolllver ta Speak at Falraary. FAIRBURT, Neb.. July 8 (Special.) The Fairbury Chautauqua will be held Au gust 10 to 20. The talent secured for the meeting embreces Senator J. P. Dolllver, Captain Richmond P. Hobson. Dr. Dana C. Johnson, Adraln M. Newens, Spllmsn RJggs, Frank R. Roberson, Gilbert A. Eldrldge, Dr. Frank G. 8mlth, Frank E. Janes, Prof. F. 11. Lane. Dr. I-ewla T. Guild, Miss Edna H. McAllister, Temple mole quartet, Wll Hams jubilee singers, Alton Psckard and Roaanl, "the Juggler." The exercises will be held In the city park. Horse Draffs Boy to Death. LOUP CITY, Neb.. July 8 (Special Telegram.) The S-year-old son of Law rer.ee Rossa, a farmer living about seven miles east of this city, near Sihaupps, wss dragged to hla death by a horse this afternoon The little fellow went Into the pasture, caught the horae and after putting the halter on the animal thought lessly tied the rope about his body. NEBRASKA CROP CONDITIONS eaBBBawmaejBB, Fast Week Hu Been Qsmrally favorable in All Portion! of the State, TEMPERATURE SLIGHTLY ABOVE NORMAL Ralas Geaeral Over State, la ansae lastaacee Arcnat peeled by Hall, bat as a Rale Doing I.lttle Damage. LINCOLN. July 1-The last week was a very favorable one In nearly all parts of the stste. The temperature was near nor mal and beneficial showers occurred very generally. The mean dally temperature of the last week averaged 2 degrees sbove normal In the southern counties and 1 degree below normal In the, northern. The maximum temperatures were slightly sbove 90 de grees on Thursday, and they were also above to degrees at many stations on Friday and Saturday. The minimum tem peratures were slightly below 60 degrees at most atstlons. The rainfall was above the normal In most of the stste. It exceeded an Inch In about all of the counties In the eastern half xf the state artd ranged from two Inches to more than four In considerable areas. The heavy showers of Tuesday and Saturday were accompanied by hall In many localltiea, although generally little damage resulted. The total rainfall from April 1 to date Is above the normal In the greater part of the atate. but the. defi ciency continues In the southwestern coun ties. Rontheaatera Section. BuMer Thre rnnA hA.,.- . jt. , . " " i i v hi i . , .lur ing the week, with mmo h..n. and a little hall. . cass Rain occurred the first part of the week and waa verv hen.HMai Yh. r-nA la In good condition. Jlllmnre A good rain occurred Saturday. Hamilton A aonil mln With .nna!1jiMhl- hall occurred Tuesday. Friday and Satur day were clear and warm. Jefferson Most of the week was clear and warm. Johnson A heavy thunderstorm occurred Tuesday nlht and a heavy rainfall oc curred Friday afternoon. Lancaster The week was warm, with good showers Tuesday and Saturday nights and a henvy rain Sunday. Nuckolls The week waa warm and mostly clear. Richardson Frldav evening m rainfall nf 1.46 Inches occurred, which puts the ground in nne cnnauion. York The rainfall was ample snd the week generally favorable. A severe snd destructive hailstorm occurred In the north western part of the country on the 2tith. Northeastern Section. Antelope The first Dart of the week wss cool, with rsln on Thursday. Friday and Saturday were warm and pleasant. Boyd The week was warm and dry. The only rain of the week occurred on the 28th. More rain- Is needed. Burt The weather has been warm, with considerable rain. Colfax Showers occurred Monday, Tues y and Saturday. The rest of the week was fair and warm. Cumins Rain fell -n Mondav and Tues day, image The week was cloudy, with many showers .and only two warm days. Knox l he week was cloudy, w ltn show ers on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, . and some hail on Saturday. Mad! eon An abundance or rain occurred during the week. A bad hailstorm wss ex perienced Just south of Norfolk on the 2Bth. Platte Fine rains occurred throughout the county. Barpy The week was warm ana partly cloudy, with heavy rain Thursday ana (Sat urday nights. Wayne The week wss warm, wnn a shower nearly every dny. A heavy rain oc curred Saturday evening. Central Section. Blaine The week has been warm, with planty of rain. Run sin The week waa warm, with show ers Tuesday and Sunday, and some hall Sundtty. Custer The week was partly cloudy and warm, with showers Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday. " La wson A neavy rain oecurrea iuawj night, followed by fine growing weather. Howard The week was warm, with heavy rain and some large hall Tuesday even- 'n- . . . . Nance The weatner or me wee nas umn line for all growing crops. Vallev The weather was mostly fair and cool, with light showers Monday and Fri day, ... . ' ... Wheeler A nne rain oecurrea on me night of .the 28th. Southwestern Sectioa. Adams The week was warm, with much sunshine. A light shower occurred Tues day night. t innalin 1 ne winu was nign iucii , Wednesday and Thursday, buturday wus hot, followed by a good rain. Furnas Good growing weather prevailed the most of the week, lollowed by hot, dry weather. The wind was high Wednesday. Gosper The week was warm, witn ugni showers on two days. Hayes A htnvv rain occurred on the 2bth, with considerable hall In the northern part of the county. Hitchcock Tne week was dry, hot and windy. fneips l ne wees whs varm nuu uij. Western and Northwestern gectlone. Cherry The week wus cool and wti, with a liliih ,wlnd on the 28th. Dawes Rain occurred early In the week. followed by partly cloudy, cool weather the rest of the week. Keith The week was warm, wun a nne rain Wednesday evening. Logan The week was dry and rain ts badly needed. Rock It was very dry and windy until Thursday, when a fair shower of halt an Inch ocourrea, ooing mucn guiiu. Scottsblufl The rainfall waa ample for all crop needs. U. A. LOVELANU, beciion uirecior, iiicuiii, nru. LICY LLOYD GOES TO AX ABYLIM Womaa Wbo Kills Slate?- .tear Ne braska City Adnilta Crime. NEBRASKA CITY. July 3. (Special Tele gram.) Miss Lucy Lloyd, the young woman who killed her sister Delia by choking her to death last Sunday morning, was taken to the asylum this morning. While being examined by the commissioners she .be came very hysterical and would not talk. She confessed to the crime, but would not tell anything about It. Store and Depot Robbed, HARVARD, Neb.. July (.-(Special.) Thieves last night broke Into the Burling ton depot and the dry goods store of the Harvard Mercantile company. At the depot three trunks belonging to Cyrous Valentine and one or two belonging to others were broken Into, but the amount taken Is not known as Mr. Valentine reached Harvard from California yesterday and has not examined his property. A Jug thought to contain liquor was taken, several express packages broken open and more or lees taken and a gun belonging to Agent Wing and about $5 In change. At the Harvard Mercantile store the plate glass In a side door had a corner cut out so that the foot bolt could be drawn. About 1100 worth of clothing, shirts and other goods was taken. irgsatst aa Miles Will Case. FALLS CITY, Neb., July I. (Special.) The Miles will case was argued In the district court all day Monday, Judge Ra per being on the bench. The argument waa, on the Question of the dismissal of three of the plaintiffs and the right of tho defendants to flls an amended answer. Late In the evening Judge Rapor decided that the parties should not be dismissed and allowed the amended answer to be Hied. The case was set down for hearing on the merits on September IT, when the regular term of court opens In this county. Balldiaa" for Lstkersa esslaary. BEWAFJ). Neb, July ..-(Special.) The Board of Regents of the German Lutheran seminary met and decided to erect two large residences for the professors. A building for a model training school Is one of tha structures to be erected. One mala building for class rooms and assembly Great iVevv Lines fx Shown for First Time SILKS WASH GOODS DRESS GOODS LINENS MUSLINS SHEETINGS READY-MADE SHEETS AND PILLOW CASES LACES' RIBBONS EMBROIDERIES DRESS TRIMMINGS FANCY ART AND LEATHER GOODS CARPETS RUGS LACE CURTAINS DRAPERIES LINOLEUMS OIL CLOTHS ,WALL PAPER CHINA, CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE HARDWARE AND HOUSE FURNISHINGS Pianos, Organs All Kind3 rf Musical Instruments, Music Books and Sheet Music Ml Must Go halt at a cost of n" cost of the Improvements will be 35.0W. FreUat Trains Collide at Tekaaaah. TEKAMAH. Neb.. July ..-(Spectal.)-Whlle engines Nos. 1 and 147. pulling a a northbound freight, were switching on the main line her at.t O'clock tonight. Train No. 1. pulled by engine No. 198, ran Into them at the curve ;on the south end of the cut. completely demolishing the front of two of the engines. No one was Injured as the engineers and firemen from both trains Jumped. The engineers on the train standing on the main line reversed their engines and tried to get back out of the wr.y. but were ueeble to do so as they had a long string of cars behind them. News of Nebraska. BEATRICE John Meyer, a GeJ-man farmer living west of Beatrice, had his left hand badly crushed In a binder to day. SEWARD County Treasurer Newton paid off $7,000 of the court house bonds this week. This makes 110,000 of the bonds ald. BEATRICE Horace Cook, 10 years of age, will probably lose, the sight of an eye, caused by the explosion of a blank cartridge pistol yesterday. SEWARD During the storm on Sun day night a largo tree was struck by lightning near the residence of Sherman Dlers, shocking some of the family. BEATRICE Mrs. Carl Schults died at her home nine miles southwest of Bearrlce yesterday, aged 40 years.. She Is survived by her husband and three children. BEATRICE Paul Wltskl of this city was yesterday awarded the contract for building the new plant for the Beatrlco poultry and Cold Storage company. Bl'RCHARD Dr. R. S. Humphrey, who has practiced his profession at Tobias, this slate, for ten years past, has moved to Burchard and opens his orrlce here toV day. BEATRICE Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Claus n r wat Rea.trlce left vesterday on an extended visit to Europe and their old home at Denmark. They win De aosent until next fall. . BEATRICE A heavy rain fell heee Sunday evening, arcompsnled by some wind and hall. The storm was not severe enough to damage crops. The rainfall amounted to sn Inch. PIERCE Mr. Albert O. Schramm and Miss Kate Hslpln were united In marriage Saturday night at I o'clock at the Cath olic parsonage. Rev. Father Mester per forming the ceremony. BEATRICE The case of Charles Jones, who Is chsrged with driving his automo bile faster then the law permits, was called In Judge Inman's court yesterday and continued to July 21. BEATRICE New mall service waa es tablished on Rock Island trains Nos. ST and 68 yesterday, which will be greatly appreciated by the cltlsens of Beatrice. These trains run between Kansas City and Denver. HARVARD Sunday afternoon a hari rainstorm came up and one-half of att inch of water fell in a tew moments. Six miles north of here, alor.g the county line, considerable bail fell and many farmers were heavy losers. PLATTS MOUTH The V Csss county mortgage record for June 1 as follows: Farm mortgages filed, 11; amount. 22, k:6; released, 17; amount, $22, CIS. City mortgages filed, I; amount, 14,116; re leased, V; amount, !,M. COLL'MBCS Columbus is to have a new national bank. It la to be called the German National, Its cspltal stock to be $60,000. Its directors are Hans Elliott, Theodore Freldhoff, Walter O. Phillips. P. J. McKUUp and J. F. Sims. SEWARD Adjutant General Culver will go to Beaver Crossing to see If th-sie Is a rifle range near there where the state troops may meet lor target practice, iiu powerful small arms now used by the slate require a 1.000-yard range. SEWARD The wind which accompan ied the storm on (Sunday night destroyed h II of the small outbuildings on William Wilson's farm. Hall as large as a base ball fell In A precinct on Sunday even ing. Seven Inches of rain fell at Bee. BEATRICE At a meeting of the Hoag Fanners Elevator company last nlvlu William Keefer was elected jianager. Work has been commenced on I no i,tw 2o,0o0-bushels cspactty elevator and It will be pushed to completion with all pos sible haste. GRAND ISLAND The city of Grand Island yesterday received the money, $36, 000. for Us recently Issued municipal lighting bonds with which to construct an electric plant In connection wltb the waterworks, and It has developed that a final effort was msde by private parties, through an outslds arm. to defeat the sale, of the bonds, which, however, was unsuccessful since the procedures tn con coction with the election and issue were Thursday the Eighth Day of the Greatest of All xnrr n Btee nn -la. THE RELIABLE STORE. Always a Good Place to Buy BETTER THAN EVER NOW Seven days have passed since the opening day of this Bale, and still buying interest has not abated in the least. Still the bargain worth of the offerings are as great, and in many cases even greater than in the preceding days of this sale. Many New Lines VJill Be Shown for the First Time Thursday Thus extending to those who were unable to attend during the earlier days of this sale bargain opportunities fully as great as those before offered. Nearly all lines of goods are now in readiness for sale, and as rapidly as space permits will be offered for sale. Vou Should Be There Thursday and supply your needs at the MONEY-SAVING TRICES which prevail throughout our great store, most "prices showing a discount of 35 per cent to 90 per cent. Only a very small per cent of the goods offered for sale have suffered any material damage and many of them aro entirely undamaged. Come early Thursday prepared for a treat of Real Bar gains, .vnousanas 01 tnem await you. SHAYDERS very carefully taken and no flaw could bo found. The contracts for the erection and installation of the plant had already been let, subject to the final sale of the bonds, and the contractors have been no tified to proceed wlttv the work. PLATTSMOUTH The 10-year-old son of George Crebe had a deep gash cut In his right foot with an ax In tne hands, of Charley Neuroan. The boys were re turning from the Burlington shops after tsklng the noon lunch to their fathers when the accident occurred. LONO PINE Frank Tinsel, the colored yardman at the Rome Miller railroad eat ing house, disappeared Tuesday night and before taking leave he Incidentally broke Into aa many rooms as he could and stole a number of suits of clothes and about $26 In money. He left no trace. LYONS M. Brockway, who lives about ten miles east of Lyons, had his barn struck by lightning last Saturday and burned to the ground. Six horses an. I one colt were killed by the lightning an 1 nothing Inside the barn was saved from the fire. The barn waa Insured for $100. PIERCED Some of the farmers living northesst of town report that on Saturday night about 6 o'clock a hailstorm visited them and destroyed nearly all their oats. B H. Woltman says that three-rourths of his oats crop was destroyed. They sv that their corn was very little damaged. FALLS CITY Thfe body of Harry Gardner, a young man who was drowned Monday In Lake Michigan, was sent to Falls City from Chicago today. He waa about 20 years of age and a son of tn late Newton Gardner of this city. The fu neral will be held Wednesday afternoon. LONG PINE Harry Welbourn, a boy about years old, started to celebrate the Fourth a little earlier than the rest by shooting off a greater portion of his finger with a blank cartridge gun. Blood polsnn has set In and It was only through the operation performed by Dr. Black that lock-jaw was averted. PLATTSMOUTH The Misses Alice and Ethel Dovey have gone to White Lake, Mich., to attend a house party to be given by Messrs. Hough and Adams of the Land of Nod company. Miss Ethel expects o return In about three weeks, but Miss Alice will soon begin the preparatory work for the play for another season. AINSWORTH At 10 o'clock Sunday, at the home of his son. Napoleon Hlvely. a farmer. Caleb Hlvely. ag-d 84 years old, iil from a naralvtic stroke and the re mains were shipped this morning to Man BAYS' JULY CLEMMCE SALE The most stupendous sale of Ladies' Suits, Coats, Waists, Skirts, Hats, Milli nery and Furnishings. Included are this season's most desirable and latest crea tions in greatest variety. Don't waste time this hot weather in wearisome search for bargains when you are sure to find them here. It is because we have made it an object for the well dressers as well as for the economical to come here. mala Damage L5LIVJS i BRQi hattan, Kan., ro be buried by the side of his wife and daughter. He leaves two sons and two daughters to survive him. BEATRICE A sensation occurred at Wymore Sunday evening when G. H. Cooper went home and found Brad Free man and Mrs. Cooper occupying the sme room. Cooper at once attacked Freeman and gave him a terrible beating and then called City Marshal Allen, who took Free man from the Cooper home. Arrests aro likely to follow as a result or tne trouoin. LYONS Four of the Decatur Tennla club came over here to play return games of tennis and were again defeated by four of the Lyona club, Pearson and Lund berg defeating Hunt and Page, 6-1 anj 6-2, and Haydon and Smith defeating Lambert and Barlow, 6-1, 3-6 and 6-2. The games were all closely contested, but the Lyons teams won mostly on account of their superior serving and good team work. TECUMSEH Russell Glasson, the young son of Mr. and Mrs. William Olss son of this city, was the victim of a very peculiar accident yesterday. He wa out to the farm of his brother, William Glis son, near the city, when a vicious mirne bit him. The animal bit the boy squarely on the nose and nearly tore the member frvn the lad's face. Dr. M. Stewnit was summoned and took seversl stitches In the nose to again fix it In lta proper posi tion on the boy's face. AUBURN Suit has been brought against this city for the amount of $10. 21:9 by W. L. Armstrong and wife of thlj ety. The suit arises out of an accident which occurred last fall. Mr. and Mrs. Armstrong were out driving and came across a culvert the city had been fixing and had left no danger signal to warn J id public that It was Impnssable. It be.ng night, they drove Into it and were thrown from their bugicy to the bottom of tha ra vine and sustained severe Injuries. TECUMSEH Mr. and Mra. J. D. Kav anagh of this city have received word from their son, Lieutenant Arthur D. Kavanagh of the United States navy, tnai the young officer will visit his old home within a short time. Ho is on duty at the Brooklyn navy yard at present, but has been ordered to the orient for service, to sail from the United States August 20. Before that time he will come lo Tecufn seh on a furlough. Lieutenant Kavanah was an ensign on the Ulympla with Dewey at the time of the capture of Manila bay. He Is a native Nebraskan. and during hla schooling days at Annapolis was a noted ii Co9 seit C Sales The Very Best of the Bargains LADIES' SUITS SKIRTS WAISTS RAIN COATS MILLINERY MUSLIN AND KNIT UNDERWEAR , SHOES, HOSIERY CORSETS, GLOVES PARASOLS MEN'S SUITS PANTS, OVERCOATS .AND RAIN COATS HATS, CAPS FURNISHING GOODS OF ALL DESCRIP TIONS TRUNKS, GRIPS. SUIT CASES SHOES OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE AND ART GOODS Pianos, Organs All Kinds of Musical Instruments, Music Books and Sheet M'isio All Must Go ejr athlete of the Institution, playing a prom inent position In the foot ball team of the school and occupying good places la all sports. OUTPUT OF PACKING HOUSES Marked Redaction, Cknraelerlstto ef Tbts Seaaoa of tha Teas', la, tha Marketing; af Bsga CINCINNATI, O.. July I. Special Tle gram.) Price Current says: A further re duction In the marketing of hog la shown by a week's record, which reflects a con dition usual at this time tn the season. Total western packing waa 48,000, com pared with 690,000 the preceding week and 645,000 last year. Since March 1 the total Is 8,870,000, against 8,460,000 a ysar ago. Prominent places compare as follows: 1906. I1. Chicago 1.8S0.0O0 1.966.0T0 Kansas City 1,230,000 1,136,000 South Omaha .0O0 840,010 St. Louis 626,000 63O.0H0 St. Joseph 708,000 aW.Onrt Indianapolis 420.000 387.0HO Milwaukee $41,000 26,0O Cincinnati lOl.ona SMi.oriO Ottuniwa i.000 170,00 Cedar Rapids 1X2,000 l,(KO Sioux City 876.000 SiO.Ono St. Paul 820.000 376.000 Cleveland 800.000 1,000 Look Oat for Lockjaw. The great danger from Fourth of July accidents Is of' their resulting In lockjaw. This may be entirely avoided by applying Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Do not bandage, but leave the wound open. If very severe have it dressed by a surgeon. Accident la Kansas Shop. HORTON, Kan., July J. Four employes of the sawmill connected with the Rock Island railroad shops here were seriously Injured today, the result of the bursting of a ten-ton fly wheel, which had been struck by a runawav locomotive. William Fuller, Jsmes Holden. James Delaney and William Rusenbarrlck were cut by pieces of flying machinery or sustained broken bones. 1511 louglas St Satisfaction is certain when you buy here. When you inspect these lines on Bale we will not have to urge you to buy, rnd prudence will bring you back next time you, want wearing apparel. Nothing more can be said hero ex cepting that the sale begins Thursday, 10 O'clock a, m,, July 5th and continues until Saturday, 10 p. m., July 14th. 1511 09 Douglas St.