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TITK OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: SEPTEMBER 23.
liAKR bllADOW ON CONTRACT
Jl addla it Cart en A.tlmn Toes 5ot
Clear Dj Eapidly
DR. KERN WRITES LtlTtR TO GOVERNOR j
tintraet Awardea Wcateott After
. Jut Ham) Released mil
tfcroiu a Klau correspondent.)
UN-Ui-.i, oeiil. ii. tepei.1,.;-- superin
tendent W. ri. Jveni ot ti.e .iiUni ior um
liironiv inue liatinit, mi written
Ouvernor Micsey a leuer revaluing ' iu
filing of tli contract lor the installation
ul sievstois at mat place, which iuafc
tfie contract look just a little mure rhauy
than do ttio recolu of tli otute H.)aia ol
luWIc Lands and Buildings. Dr. Keru
liulda that Joe tturns cut out of construct
ing the elevatois on a tecbnlcsjity, and
tnat later tha board let the contract for
W,feo, after rejecting a bid for U,V for the
litnc work. H. M. Eaton, land comrr.ia
e'.oiier, la chairman of this board and
tnough appointed a committee of one to
look Into the bids, stated the other day,
when the story wss Drst published, that
the contract looked queer, but that he knew
nothing about it.
' Governor Mickey has stopped the work,
and gave as his reasons tha following:
' "The contract was not let properly; the
state Is paying too much money for the
work; .the contract looks wrong on the face
of It; the board had no right to tell Dr.
Kern to make the contract, but should
have done that work Itself."
Though Dr. Kern haa a letter signed by
Secretary of State Qalusha authorising him
to let the contract. Chairman Fa ton said
no such authority was given Oalusha by
the board. The letter from I)r. Kern to
Governor Mickey Is:
INOLE8IDE. Neb., Sept. 17. 19r.-Hon. J.
H. Mickey, Lincoln. Neb.: Dear Governor
I am In receipt of your letter of the )6th
tnat. with reference to our contract for
seven electric food elevators, and In reply
have to say: We received an appropriation
of 13.600 by the last legislature for the In
stallation of an additional electric light
plant for this hospital, and when the spe
cifications for this additional electric light
plant were written there wan Included alao
saolHoattrina fnr nna Inntv hongnnnr
motor to be used In our laundry and seven
food elevators. The clause In the specifi
cations referring to the food elevstors
reads ss follows: "This contractor shall
also furnish and Install complete at seven
levators, located In the different 'wings of
the main building, a one horsepower motor
of similar type as mentioned above, with
all necessary equipments to operate ele
Figures were submitted to the board
from several different bidders, the two
principal bidders, however, being the 'West
ern Klectrlc company of Omaha, of which
O. W. Johnston Is president, and Joseph
Burns of Lincoln. Mr. Burns being the
lowest bidder by several hundred dollars,
the contract was awarded to him. A little
later (before beginning the work) Mr,
Burns appeared before the board and after
the matter had been discussed St consid
erable length he was finally released by
the board from that part or the contract
referrlnc to the seven food elevators, pre
sumably due, as I understand It, to a teoh
nlcality. This, I think, was done In the
presence of the full board. Immediately
following this an advertisement was placed
asking for blda on the Installation of seven
food elevators In this hospital, and, so far
as I recall at tha present time, there were
but two bidders, one being the Mollne ele
vator company of Mollne. 111., of which Mr.
Frank Long Is state representative, whosa
swaflgure were approximately $2,100, and the
other being the Otis Elevator company of
Chicago, whoa figure war approximately
S&600. The contract was not let at that
time, but additional bids were asked for
and In April of this year the contract was
let to Earl C wesoott or nattsmoutn
Ins of the board, yet a letter from the sec
retary to me under that oat with refer
ence to rooa elevator reeaa as ioiiows:
"Have bid of Burl Weaoott that I some.
thing Ilk $1,300 less than the Otis people
and on earn quality of stuff. Matter re
ferred to you to purchase. We had . the
bids before the whole board and It Is un
derstood that Mr. Weaoott get th con
tract. Th Mollne bid (at that time) about
mor than Weaoott and th ami sp
eifioatlon bid on. Close this up and bay
him gat th stuff la at one."
W. B. KERN.
MeBrlon' Soeaatlaar Dates.
Superintendent McBrlen haa th follow
' Ing engagement to address educational
I mflh.M during October: Blue Hiil. Oc
tober i.; Red Cloud, October I; Northeast
Educational association at Emerson, Oc
tober U; county Instltuts at Cretghton, Oc
tober 10; superintendents' snd principals'
meeting at 1 Incjln. OctoW IS. 19 and 30;
Vestern Nebraska Educational association
at Sidney, October H and IT.
Aiee to Vote- lur Urens,
At u. meeuiib of the reouUiivdii isiidldatcs
fur county oirtces held this afternoon ail
Ine legislative csnuliistes agreed to vote
for Norns liruwn lor i nitvu wn
a, or. On the important Issues of the
tampulgn, fuel) us ijiiroHd .ii..ttt jn, i..e
direct primary and the anti-pass laws, the
candidates did not pivdge themselves.
Congressman l'cllard Is here tonight, hav
ing spoken at H-nnet this afternoon to a
large tvond, t.'ie occasion doing the Modern
Woodman picnic. - Mr. Pollard's head
quarters will be opened at the Llndell next
Senator Beverldge of Indiana will speak
at the Oliver theater on the evening of
October 4. A telegram was received from
him tonight fixing the date.
Governor sees m Ball Gam.
Governor Mickey returned from Nofolk
this morning, where he went to appear be
fore the grand Jury which Is looking Into
the affairs of the Norfolk asylum. This
afternoon the governor and Mrs. Mickey
attended the Omaha-Lincoln ball games.
Prairie Schooners vs. Railroads.
Robert Ryan, who last spring removed
to California, was In Lincoln a few days
this week, and from an experience he had
with th railroads he Is of the opinion
rapid transportation of goods by railroad
Is no more rapid than It was In 18M when
the ox team was the power. Mr. Rjsn
shipped his household goods to California
at the same time Eira Meeker left Se
attle for Lincoln overland behind two oxen.
The day the wires carried the message
that Meeker had reached Lincoln, Ryan's
household goods reached him In California.
Adair Galusha, voucher clerk in the
office of the secretary of state, left this
afternoon for Red Cloud' to attend the
funeral of Anson Garber, who died there
yesterday.. The young man Is a relative of
Miss Cora Gsrber of the office of Land
Rev. P. W. Ferguson, who it was ssld
In the dispatches today had repudiated the
woman he was to marry because she was
a divorcee, haa been assigned to the Meth
odist church at University Place and Is
expected to reach here October 1. The
people of this community know nothing of
him except that he lived In California and
had been assigned to thla place.
Dad Odor of Indigetlon, Smoking,
Drinking or Eating Can Be In
ample racks Mailed rrs.
Other people notio your bad breath
where, you would not notlo It at alL It
Is nauseating to other people to stand be
for them and whil you ar talking give
them a whiff or two of your bad breath.
It usually com from food farmantlng on
your stomach. Soma times you bava It In
th morning that awful sour, bullous, bad
breath. . Toil can, stop that at one by
wallowing on or two Stuart' Charcoal
Losangea, th moat powerful gas and odor
Absorbers ever prepared.
Sometimes your meals will reveal them
Selves In your breath to those who talk
with you. "Tou'v had onions," or
Tou'v been eating cabbage," and of a
sudden you belch in th fac ot your
friend. Charcoal la a wonderful absorber
of odors, as every on kpows. That 1
why Stuart's Charcoal Losengea ar so
qulok t stop all gases and odors of odor
ous foods or gas from Indigestion.
Don't us breath perfumes. Tbey never
conoaal the odor and never absorb th
gas that causes th odor. ' Besidss, th
vary fact of using them reveal th reason
(or thlr use. Stuart' Charcoal Loseuges,
la th first place, stop for good all sour
brash and belching of gas and maka your
breath pure, fresh and sweet just after
you've, eaten. Then no on will turn his
fac away from you when you breath or
talk; your breath will be pur and fresh.
and, besides, your food will taste so much
better to you at your next meal. Just
If Charcoal does other wonderful things,
t. too. It castles away from your stomach
and Intestines all th impurities there
massed together and which causes tha bad
breath. Charcoal Is a purifier as" well as
Charcoal la now by far, th brat, most'
sy and mild laxative known. A whole
boxful will do po harm; In fact, th mor
you tak tha better. Stuart's Charcoal
Loienges are mads of pur willow char
coal and mixed with Just a faint flavor
of honey, to make them palatable to you,
but .not . too sweet. Tou Just chew tbera
like candy.. They are absolutely harmless.
Get a new, pur, sweet breath, freshen
your stomach for your next meal and keep
th Intestines in good working order.
These two things ar th secret of good
health and long Ufa. Tou can get all the
charcoal necessary to do all the wonder
ful but simple things by getting Stuart's
Charcoal Loaengrs. V want you to test
these little wonder workers before you
buy them. So send us your full nam ar.d
address for a free sample of Stuart Char
coal Loaenges. Then after you have tried
th sample and been convinced go to ymir
druggist and get a 3uc box of them, you'll
feel batter all over, more comfortable and
Send us your name and address today
and ws will at one send you by mull a
ample package free. Address F. A. Stusrt
Co., (0 Stuart Bldg., Marshall, Mich.
8HELDO RAPS ' TAX SHIRKERS
Repabllcaa Candidate) Asks for a
Square Deal anal Km Favor.
CRETE, Neb., Sept. a. (Special Tele
gram.) The campaign In Saline county waa
opened In this city tonight with a rousing
rally with a large crowd at the opera house
at which Hon. Norrls Brown and Hon.
George L. Sheldon were th principal
speakers. Ex-State Senator C. B. Ander
son presided and aroused enthuslssro by
reference to President Roosevelt and the
many good things hs hsd don for our
country. County candidates For stats
senator, P. F. Dodson; for representative.
C. H. Culdlce and F. O. Johnson; for
county attorney R. D. Brown were pres
ent and each renewed their pledge to stand
squarely upon th county and state plat
forms and by President Roosevelt In his
endeavors for reform and corporation regu
lation, and to vote for Norrls Brown for
United State senator at th legislature
Mr. Sheldon. In opening his address, said
he felt good over Saline' platform against
railroad domination, free passes, tha giv
ing of rebates and Its call for a direct pri
mary law. He reviewed th causes which
led up to the present revenue law, giving
as his reason for this law the fallur of
the state .board to reach an equitable as
sessment for all tha people. He howd
how. th railroads refused to pay their
Saline county taxation, whil other prop
arty owners were forced to pay at the
same rate. Facts and figures were cited
in a convincing argument against railroad
rale, stating that today there was due and
unpaid for three years' taxation, ttt,000
from the railroads of this county alone. He
again reiterated that he raa not endeavor
ing to drive th railroads out of business,
but out of politics. He called upon tha
roads to explain the discrepancies In
freight rate on long and short hauls, to
tell why It costs mora to freight merchan
dise In Nebraska than In Iowa, showed by
Burlington railroad reports thst earnings
per. mile wer greater m Nebraska than
on all their other lines west of ths river.
Voters wer asked to aid in securing a
railroad commission and knock out th re
bate system. He declared he never was
a Missouri Pacific attorney, nor never asked
for a pass on thst system. He asked the
people "to support a square deal, where
favors sre not given."
Hon. Norrls Brown's talk was on the
same lines, arklng for support of the
county ticket thst Sheldon as governor
might be enabled to sign laws thst were
for the people. He showed why th repub
lican party deserved th patronage of the
people today, how the party was In close
touch with th people, eulogised Roosevelt's
endeavora In the regulation of railroad
ratew. explained the grain trust rebates and
saked hearty co-operation In endeavors to
lift these burdens from the shoulders of
Both men were cordially received and
made many friends In Crete.
BOY'S PATH IS AW WITH JTHV
Jsssar Dennis aw Trial Vnur Day for
MmrAr-r t Oearfe Mnrrlins.
BROKEN BOW, Neb.. Sept. 21 (Snectal
Telegram.) After four days of -continuous
trlsl before Judge Hostetler In district
court the Dennis murder rase. In which
M-year-old Johnny N. Dennis Is charred
with killing George Morrison on May 18,
was given to the Jury at noon today. The
cas Is attracting general attention
throughout ths county. Judge Bulllvan and
Attorney Main made eloquent pleas In be
half of the boy. The jury up to a lata
hour, has failed te agree.
George Gross, who tried to break from
the county Jnll seversl days ago by making
a hole, through th brick wall, was found
guilty of horse stealing and sentenced to
a year In the penitentiary.
HI MOR BAYS FOVR ARE IMDICTED
Tree Bills Retnraed Against Insane
NORFOLK, Neb., Sept. K. (Special.)
The grind Jury which has been probing
Norfolk Insane hospital matters for a week
and which brought Its work to an end
early this morning. Is believed to have
drawn Indictments against former sttend
snts of ths institution, perhaps four of
them. Strictest secrecy Is being main
tained by the Jurymen, and this fsct is
taken to mean thst true bills were brought
In and thst ths sheriff is being allowed time
In which to make arresta. -
It Is pretty generally known In Madison
that indictments have been brought, though
ofllclal confirmation is, of course, lacking.
BtRKETT POINTS TO RECORD
Show, thst Republicans Act whil Their
CANDIDATES PLEDGED TO PLATFORM
Senator trees Xeeessltr nf Electing;
Legislators Who Will Enact Stat
List for Herniation of
SEWARD. Neb., Sept. .-(flpeclsl Tel
egram.) Vnlted States Senator K. J. Bur
kett addressed the delegates to the repub
lican county convention here this after
noon. Dr. F. A. Marsh of Seward and J.
P. Stols of J precinct received the nomina
tions for representatives. L. H. McKilllp
was renominated for county attorney. Sen
ator Burkett said In part:
The republican party stands committed
today, not only by Its platform but by th
word of honor of Its leaders and the ac
tion of Its representatives In congress, to
all possible nnd proper legislation for gov
ernment rontrol of railroads. The repub
lican party has not been derelict in the
fast. 1 say this snd want to demonstrate
t to you because our opponents spend
much of their time In trying to prove that
the republican party has not been doing Its
duty. Sixteen years ago. In 1890, the re-
fiubllcnns passed the Shermftn anti-trust
aw. Nineteen years ago, In 1R87. the re
publlcana enacted the Interstate commerce
law. Those laws were not only sneered at
by the democrats In congress, but wer
passed 'In spite of democratic opposition.
The anti-trust law received only Ave dem
ocratic votes when It was passed. I shall
not say that either of those laws were per
fect, but they were a thousand times bet
ter than no legislation at all. They were
the pioneers of this sort of legislation, and
it was expected that the future would dis
close their shortcomings and suggest
needed amendments. .
Democrats Do Nothing.
The republicans have amended these law
but the democrats tiever hsve. Nearly
every congrers that the republicans hava
controlled has made additions snd amend
ments as time and experience has demon
strated their need.. Busy ss congress 4iaa
been In recent years. Involved as It haa
been with war and its accompanying workt
congress has not overlooked these Import
ant questions. I remember once we gav
to th attorney general 1500.000 to hire spe
cial counsel to enforce these lawr In Ian
we passed three laws one to expedite the
hearing of esses Involving these questions
by advancing them to the head of the
docket, another creating the bureau of cor-
porauona and giving It authority and mak
ing it a duty to secure svatemntle Infor
mation concerning the organization and op
eration of corporations engsged In Inter
state commerce. Later on we passed
another law enlarging the powers of the
Interstate Commerce commission and also
of the courts to desl with the subject of
rebates and discriminations. And last
.'ou rememDer, we still further
amended the law.
we now hope and bejleve that we have a
law sufficiently broad and exactinr tn wnt
very rml"S,,ricy but If the future shall
show to us further Insufficiency, the re-
puoncan party is big enoush and cour..
geoua enough to still further amend them.
Railroads on Penitent Stool.
The Mnvtrilm, nt w. r..n . ..
- . " . " mo um miBitjn rail
way at Chlenirrk Hnlav ,k FILI I i
mad reforn' the largest word In the
railway dictionary. And since the prison
sentence of Its official at Kansaa City for
iru.i mere naa oeen me greatest
repentance among sinners since the days
When .Inhn Ual. ...Ik.-.. . i i
........ ... ..t.icj "nmni me iNKVg
and lanes in the evangelization of wicked
. .v ; " um -ng'ana; ana the way
to the altar of confession and reform like
the way to Europe and Immunity from sum-
the hurried tread of those conscious smitten
terror stricken old discriminating re
bat ere and rebating discriminators.
Rn fellrkW nllU... U Hn j
, - - - - x . . . " m nn uvirrvnce
to our distinguished and more or less dis
credited opponents I think more of repub
lican legislation than I do of democratic
agitation. But congress can't do all that
needs to be done. If you will read section
o' article 1 of the constitution of the
uimea Dtaies, you win nnd that congress
Is given power ''to regulate commerce with
forelan nation and mnn ih. i
Mates." The tenth amendment to that
constitution provide that all powers not
specifically conferred upon th government
ar reserved to th states. Congress la
f lven power to regulate commerce "'among"
h state but not "In" th ststes, and
e pwwer to control commerce "in
Ih. B t m. ' I W .4 . . 1 . .
7 'nin nmenameni
specifically reserved to tha states. So you
see that commerce "among the states," or
"Interstate commerce" aa Ft Is called is th
only commeroe that congress has any juris
diction ovsr. If you send a car of corn to
Chicago, thst would be Interstate commerce
n imninn 10 in law or congress and
federal control. But If you wer to send
a car of hay down to Lincoln or a barrel
of Dotatoeel to Holdrea-e. that wnuM k. in
trastate commerce, and congress or the
reaerai government would have nothing to
do with It. Railroad ratea among the states
con be regulated by congress, while rates
inside a state can be regulated only by
state laws. State laws must be enacted to
co-operate with federal legislation.
Pledged to Party Platforaa.
I have spoken of thl thus fully that you
may understand the importance of selecting
your members of the legislature this year.
Every republican candidate la pledged, and
it he Isn't h ought to go on the stumn
somewhere at once and pledge himself . to
carry out the republican state plattorm.
wnen in repuoucan party write a plat
form It la to be carried out and no man
haa any bualneas running on the ticket if
he Isn't Intending to carry out his party's
platform. One of th plank in that plat
form declares for an anti-pass law, and the
peopfe expect It to be carried out. I say
the people expect It because It is tn a re
publican platform. It waa In a democratic
fdatform some years ago when they tn
n control of state affairs, but they neither
enacted the law nor stopped riding on
passes. But I want to aay here and now
that the man la a disloyal republican who
will run on that platform this fall and
does not vote and work for Its enactment
Into law this winter
The republican candidates are also pledged
by all the bonds of honor and honesty as
men to vote for Norrls Brown, the republi
can nominee for United States senator; and
Norrls Brown I pledged to stand by Theo
dore Roossvelt and all th splendid lerlsla
tion that he has recommended to congress
snd sll the policies that Roosevelt etands
for. Thus) we tee how closely are all these
matters interwoven, and I urge you to vote
the stats ticket and county ticket a well
aa the national ticket.
W. D. Holbrook for Senator.
FREMONT, Neb., Sept. II. (Special.)
Th senatorial convention for the district
comprising Dodge and Washington counties
met at the district court room this after
noon. Good slsed delegations wer present
from both counties. L. A. Williams of
Blair waa chosen chairman and E. W,
Hooker of Maple township secretary. Th
nomination this year was conceded to
Dodge county. W. D. Holbrook was nom
inated by acclamation. Resolutions wer
adopted strongly endorsing th state plat
form, demanding railroad rats regulation
and the enactment of a law against passes.
Mr. Holbrook has served two terms In th
lower house and one term In th senate
and is a strong candidate who has always
been In accord with th pressnt position
of the party. .
RED CLOUD, Neb., Sept. 12. (Special
Telegram.) Th republican senatorial con
vention, consisting of Nuckolls, Webster
and Franklin counties, met In this city
and nominated W. E. Thorns of Bladen,
Webster county, for state senator. Mr.
Thome I a life-long republican and a great
admirers of ths president. The conven
tion was harmonious snd full of enthusi
asm. Th convention was fully In accord
with the state convention and endorsed
President Roosevelt in every particular.
SPECIAL SEPTEMBER SALE.
Dentelle Arabian. Linen Cluny, Battenberg, Irish Point
nnd Brussels Curtains; per 4 1P
Real Arabian Cluny, with Insertion and edge, white or Arab
jatl iBuiBjjno BtsHSTug pun ssaqoina 'ast Ej
Portieres, all colors, an odd lot, worth up to $8.75 per M
pair; on sale Monday 419
Window Shades 130 dosen odd shades, hare sold up to 76c
each; complete with roller Monday, 99a
each , , LL
By special arrangement with Ostermoor & Co. we can offer their French Mat
tress at $15. This is their $23 mat tress, madea bout five pounds heavier
and much softer and more luxurious than their regular $15 ones. Made up in
beautiful mercejized art twill ticking of various patterns, in dainty colorings.
Ve are the only local authorized ajji'tits for the Ostermoor Mattress, the mat
tress that's absolutely germ-proof, wholesome, sanilary and antiseptic. This
offer is for this week only. A large shipment of those special -I C A A
September mattresses Just received. Go on sale Monday morning at.-i-wvw
Lace Curtain Flurry
Tomororw we expect to do some big curtain selling, because we've made big price reductions on some
stunning styles. An exceptionally large purchase enables us to do this. Come early. You will find a curtafn
f - I ai 1 '
ior every room, a price ior every pocKciooon.
Odd lot, consisting of on-half pairs of Brussels, Irish Point and
Nottingham, hava sold up to $7.60 per pair; on sale . 9Qa
Monday, each . , . r , . LJK
Arabian Curtains, foreign and domestic, values go up as high
as $10.00 a pair, Slightly soiled; Monday, OQ
eaoh - OifC
New Novelty Swiss and Net Bed Room Curtains, service- f ar
able and washable; per pair : Isaw
Cluny, Novelty and Battenburg Curtains, white or Arabian;
Brussels and Irish Point Curtains; per 2 QEj
V Sample Rocker Sale ,
A tremendous undertaking, but we knew our ability to dispose of these lines' and
felt that enthusiastic public response awaited such an offering. Our sales havo
met with unqualified success because we give the people exactly what we advertise;
what they expect to find.
This sale represents the sample linas of five great manufacturers, Think what
that means. Can you imagine the immense variety of styles and finishes combined
in these five lines?
It has been impossible to show the entire lot at one time; couldn't do it on two
of our large floors. So as fast as samples are sold others take their place.
, Tomorrow morning we place on show all of the samples. None reserved; all
go on sale.
' This week will mark the closing of the greatest Sample Rocker Sale ever held
in the west. You cannot afford to miss it. Now is j'our opportunity to get the best selection and the lowest
prices. Rockers and chairs for all rooms, in aU'wocls and finishes.
Our Carpet Department is aglow with all that is newest in floor coverings. A
selection from all the largest mills in the east.
Our spring patterns go at greatly reduced prices tomorrow. Only standard
grades of rugs are involved. "VVe handle no other kind. In that is assurance that
the attractive prices quoted have not been made attractive by sacrificing quality.
$57.60 French Wilton Rug (9x12)
$42.60 Blglow Wilton Rug (xl2)
x reduced to
$36.00 Kymrlc Wilton Rug (9x12)
$38.76 Ventor Wilton Rug (9x12)
$38.00 Dobson Wilton Rug (9x12)
$62.00 French Wilton Rug (8-3xl0-)
reduced to '
$37.60 Blgelow Wilton Rug (8-3x10-6)
reduced to. .... . .v. . . . . i . .". . . .
$32.00 Blgelow Wilton Rug (8-8x10-6)
reduced to ;
$18.00 Furth Brussels Rug (9x12)
$17.00 Banford Brussels Rug (9x12)
reduced to. ,
Orchard & Wilhelra Carpet Co.
4144648 South Sixteenth.
Seeead Toat of Tr an4 Feather.
NORFOLK, Neb.. Sept. K.-(Speclal.)-A
stranser who hsd made himself obnoxious
at TlldVn arrived In Meadow Grove, cov
ered with a roat of axle . grease and
feathers. He had been tsrred and feeth
errd at Ing Pine once before. H
had beea living at th home of ahalf.
demented woman, whoa property he was
trying to get. Boys of the town gav him
Dnchelar at Tekantaa.
TEKAMAH. Neh., gept. H (Special.) A
bachelors' dinner at the Brookings hotel
lat night was one of the 'most unique af
fairs ever held In this rlty. there being Just
twenty young bachelors present. P. C
Taylor acted as toastmsster snd the fnl
lowing tc-asts were given: "What t Know
About Running a Matrimonial Bureau."
Rev. R. W. Taylor; "Casey at th Bat."
Frank Brookings; "Th Twin Nightmares
of the Bachelor Lawyer, Divorce and An
mony." Walter M. Hop well; "Marriage In
Its Iegal Aspect. Its Allurements, Diffi
culties and Dangers." James A. Clark; "The
Doctor's Excuse," Dr. 1. P. Merritt; Tfa
. r n rxiana Pratt: Th
lawysr i bivun, . ,,
Five Case Now Pending In lAnooin,
Harry K. Clark; "Whet Ar W Going to
Do About It, That's th Question." C. J.
Peterson: "Tha Girl I Loft Behind Mo.
CANDIDATE! 1AUDVY DBFKHDS PASS
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lm NasataaT BepretatlT.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., Bept. .-Spe-cial
Telegram.)-W. H. Thotnpeon. demo
cratic candidate for United States senator,
had aome rough sea to encounter In the
fusion oonventlon called to nominate two
candidates for representatives and one for
county attorney today. There has been
considerable skirmishing for a week. Mr.
Thompson first selected 8. N. Walbach,
democrat, and Dan Fishbum. populist, for
representatles, and C. G. Ryan for sen
ator. But a local paP" l k aU
th candidate about th pass question.
Mr. Walbach was etrongly adverse to be
coming a candidate for many reasons, and
openly declared he would not surrender his
pass and Anally declined to become a can
didate. Desplts this action the democrat
urged to the last. Thla Vfternoon he mad
a vigorous defense of th pass system, de
claiming that the holding of the courtesies
could not tnsk a man. If he were not a
man. and would not unmake a man If he
wer on. "No one." he said, "would be
so cheap aa to be influenced by one. He
was cheered to th echo and again urged
by Mr. Edwards to take the r.nn;r.atlon.
The democrats delsyed nominating until
they found that the populists had named
Fred Thompson, a farmer, as ons. Then
they also nominated Thomssen and Charles
T. Ryan, attorney for the American Beet
Sugar company, and on a friendly footing
with tha Union Pacific. Mr. Ryan declared
hnwr that he did not believe a pub U
officer should ride on a pass and ha pledged
himself that he would not use a pass as
a public officer If h wer elected. Whfn
hi nomination wa taken to the populists
for confirmation there was an Inwin action
and Mr. Thompson waa charged with dic
tating ton much. It also waa known that
aa recently as three months ago Mr. Ryan
ki referred to Mr. Bryan as a demagogue
and thla, together with his former opposi
tion to Bryan, did not set wen. tu a.
Barnes waa therefore placed In nomination
as a substitute to Ryan and a ballot wa
taken which resulted, however. In Ryan
having a large majority.
ORD, Neb.. Sept. iJ. (Special.) Tho
populist and democratic parties in Logan
and Custer counties will probably nom
inate H. J. Shlnn of Broken Bow and Ben
Morris of Mason for ths house. Th lat
ter I a member o th county board auj
Is a farmer. The Fifteenth senatorial dis
trict Is talking about nominating Mr. i. A.
Ollla, a farmer and stockman of Ord, for
stats senator. Ollis served one terra in
the legislature, being elected by the popu
lists. NELIGH, Neb.. Sept. JS. (Special Tel
egram.) Th Antelop county populist
convention, held here today, was sparsely
attended and lacked its old time enthu
siasm. James Alderson' of Logan town
ship was nominated for representative
after a spirited contest. Upon being
called upon for a speech he stated that
bis business affaire would prevent his
Disking a ranvass. He failed to outline
hla position ou any of the leading ques
tions. Th offlc of county attorney was
not Ailed, but thla matter was referred
to tha central committee to act In their
discretion. Tha resolutions referred to
the claims made by th populists that th
old parties had adopted th populist
theories. High praise wa accoraea presi
dent Roosevelt for his pure motives and
the reforms he had projected and accom
plished. The resolutions wr aoopted
without dissent. L. H. 8uter waa elected
chairman and T. H. Brenton aecretary
of th central committee.
ATKINSON. Neb.. Sept. 22. (Special
Telegram.) Democrats and populist of Holt
county met her in convention and agreed
on a fusion ticket. Th democrat nomi
nated for county attorney, Edward Whelan
of O'Neill, who two year ago wa the
fusion candidate for attorney ceneral. Tho
two representatives of the Fiftieth district
were conceded to the populists and H. K.
Henry of .Wlllowdsla precinct and L. A.
Jilson of Stuart wer named. Th atat
candidates after a bitter wrangle by some
of the country delegates over th machine
methods of running things were nominated.
A lack of interest was noticeable In both
conventions aa only fifty-seven out of MO
accredited delegate wer present and
fualon waa made possible by the delegates
to th democratic convention being made
up mostly of former populists who have
turned to tha democrats for consolation,
amona- them being the present county at
torney, Arthur Mullen, who la now a mem
ber of the democratic atat committee and
who attended the New York reception to
Bryan as a leading democrat and on of th
"homo folks." Mullen was a dominant
factor In both conventions here today. No
applause was given the name of Bryan
when h was alluded to as "our peerlea
leader" by Mr. Whelan when making his
speech of acceptance. Th legislative ticket
1 considered weak, for the reason riven by
one of the populist delegates In open con
vention, who said they wer "notorious ss
chronic office seeker." The democrat re
affirmed and tha populists favored -cent
fares, no passes and government ownership
S1DNET. Neb., Sept.' S (Special Tele
gram.) The democratic county convention
waa held hers todaiv and only a few pre
cinct wer 'represented, as most of th
farmer are too busy at home loomng arter
their crops. Fred Bchank of Lodge Pole
was unanimously endorsed for c mmlsMOn
of the First district. There was no nomina
tion for rountv attorney. A central com
mittee was appointed and th meeting ad
journed. It was th shortest convention
RED CLOUD. Neb., Bept. K. (Special
Telegram.) The democrats of Webster
county met In convention today and noinl.
nated the following ticket: For eounty at
torney, W. C. Glllhan of Red Cloud; for
representative. A. L. Smith of Garfield
nwnsblp; for commissioner. Second district.
J. Horn. Th convention resolved that
democracy was without leadership and
without a rudder to steer It, and further
resolved "That th public ownership of
railroads wss undemocratic, socialistic snd
Motor Car for Beatrice Llae.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Sent. nHioi t.i.
egram.) The Union Pacific, announced to
day that motor car No. 8 would be 'in
stalled regularly on the line between Be
atrice and Lincoln next Monday. The car
will make dally trips to the. Capital city,
leaving here at 8 o'clock in the morning
and returning in the evening. It will be
used exclusively for passenger service.
Ramora of Indictments.
NORFOLK. Neb., Sept. -(8peclal Tel
egram.) The Madison county grand Jury
finished Its work at midnight, but It Is Im
possible to learn of Its action. It I ru
mored that Indictments were w.m
against two persons, formerly with the
norroiK asyium, ror manslaughter, but this
Sews of Sebraak.
WOOD RlVFRDr. E. W. Row hss re
celved a new automobile.
DAVID ClTY-MIss Msry Evans has gone
to Mansanola, Colo., for a six weeks' visit.
WOOD RIVER-Home-grown peaches are
pn ths market and are selling for 11.60 per
PLATTSMOUTH-A. C. She'.le nterger. the
democratic nominee for governor, was In
this city Saturday.
DAVID CITY-Wllllam Canham has pur
chased the Kd Shew property In east David
City, for W50, and Is Improving It.
VALLEY The Valley public school did
not open until September 17, on account
of the addition which Is being built. The
enrollment for the first week Is lsrger than
usual. The teachers are Prof. Hutchinson,
MilM w'srf, Miss Clara Claybaush Ml
Alm. Berg.trom. Ml.. GrVc. vVl'l", m'm
r-i-J-A 1 V Y "lJr- Hanaon has re
ceived a teles-ram nn,ii .T- . A
death of his father at Los Angeles
cha'.(SDaR,IER-I,r W. RwTha. pur
Chased a 160-acre farm of Marcus Orlffln
TiBon townh'P for t an acw
ooun V arTV.rr.' "ho' Hall
- v a 4 as, urj i is ssi m ri mm 1 ri !
are no available teacher. In the county?
rAyiD.wCITJ-n unt of the bao
weather the Chautauqua meeting waa poet
poned unUI next Tuesday, September 2s:
DA VIM CITVlk. t i ,
. . - - j-.unwr naa pur
chased the lao-acr farm In Center town-
""h uunum, paying l,O0Q for It.
EMiiutii-niiin Clarence Nlckeson of
IT 11 ! fAVSssS ahnvttlnar a . .UUl . . .
exploded and he waa badly burned about
GRAND ISLAND In ,th northwestern
part of this county greet losses of hogs
are reported. Some farmers hav lost their
PLATT8MOUTH - The Burlington ha
commenced riprap work on the east aide
Of the Mlsaourl river nnruiall. nA u
east of this city.
DAVID CITY-Marrlage licenses hav
Charlea Janousek snd Mary Dlvls; Erne.t
Smith and Edith Belle McConnell.. '
DAVID CITY At the box social given
by th young people of St. Mary congrw
gation at the Temple, the attendance waa
large, and the net receipts about 176.
TEKAMAH Owing to the Inclemency of
the weather the Royal Neighbor' picnic,
which wa to hav been held at Folaont -park
yesterday, wss indefinitely postponed;
however, the ball game between a team
from the Modern Woodmen of America
and th degree team of the earn lodK wa.
puned off before a .mall crowd, result-
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Troops SaaSay la Beatrice.
BEATRICE. Neb., Sept. n.-(8peclal Tel
egram.) The Tenth and Thirtieth batteries,
comprising ths Seventh- battalion of Aeld
artillery of the United States army, ar
rived la town today from Port Riley, Kan.,
and went ihto camp at the Driving park.
The troop, which are In command of
Major- A. Allen, ar n rout to Fort 8a
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of the little wafer-flake, each flake whole grain
of malted wheat, is baked until "done to a turn,"
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contains every ty-dr-building,' energy-producing food
element. But whole-wheat In its natural form, even
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wheat into maltose, or malt sugar, a food most nutri
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There is nothing else quite so good as
. Malta-Vita with milk, cream or fresh
fruit, Oct some today, .
All Oreeare. New 10 Cents.