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VOTING FOR TI1E AMENDMENT
n Wah the Father of 4.11 Merries f.ir
their continuance 'n the futijrr.
Eleratar rnnlrarl 411 HUM.
f laiii'ir.. Da.ll . .1 I ...... at I
Attars..- G.ral GItm Opinio Bteardnc J gate the contract for putting In food eh-
trifht Ticket. i valors at the asylum, will make
I his rrrt In detail next Monday. Mr.
.... I R'rllnghnf will report that the state marie
CROSS IN PARTY CIRCLE OS VOTE DIRtCT j a good com, t. iie win y be has m-
I vestlgated the material used in the Job,
. and It la all rtght, am! according to aped-
TMI.e f-r K.ch f.-eMda.e .e,.r-telr ,.. Tli. nu((or( ,,. f)UnJ wr;.e
aad Kat Pattia Opposite one-half horsepower Instead of one horsr-
the Amendment Dora
power, but that tlieae hsd already been
I held, tip and would be changed. Mr. Ber
llnghof accured blda on tiie work from
, various ftrma. and, according to the mi-
.From a Bt.ff Correspondent. , j j''1"' u""l1' -"'"ned the contort
LINCOLN. Nov. S.-tSpecUD-Deputy At- " ''ht' , T1" tr-t for furnish-
-orney General W. T. Thomp-on ha. ,ivr elevator, wna .el to Karl We,-
f an opinion w rmn w. v imams, cnnmj i
attorney of Boone county, that the way to
vote for the constitutional amendment rre- j
atlng a railway commission 1 to vote either ,
n straight-parly republican or fusion ticket j
or to place me aye or nay but ine cuiisii
tutlonal amendment clause. A cross in
tha circle after a party which has endorsed
the amendment will be a vote for It. If
the cross la not put In the circle It will be
necessary to vote directly for or against
the amendment. Following Is the opinion
We have your communication submitting
to thla deportment the following propnsi
tlona relative to voting on the constitu
tional amendment to be, submitted at the
coming election and requesting an opinion
1. Whether all "straight" votes cast for
the republican, dmociatlo or ople'a In
dependent pnrty by means of a croaa made
within the party' circle at the head of tha
liallot ahnll be construed to be for tha
' amendment and recorded and counted as
2. Should a mark within the party circle
of either of these parties, each having de
clared In t pnrty platform for the amend
ment, be counted for such amendment If
the voter haa "scratched" li la ticket and
placed crosses In the square, opposite tne
namea of candidates of the other parties?
From tho foregoing provisions of tho
statutes we reach the following conclusions:
1. That alnce the democratic, republican
and eople's Independent parties have de
clared In their slate plat forma for the con
stitutional amendment with reference to a
state railway commission, and such action
haa been duly ccrtiltod to the secretary of
slate, all "straight" votes cast for these
party tickets should be construed as for
t lie amendment and recorded and counted
2. That a mark within the party circle of
either the democratic, republican or peo
pio'a Independent party should be counted
'or the amendment unless the voter has
placed a cross In the square opposite the
words, "Against constitutional amendment
with reference to state railway commls
slon." 8. A "straight" prohibition or a "straight"
sclallst party vote, these parties not hav
ing declared In their state platforms either
for. or against the amendment, will not be
a vote for the amendment; but euch voters
may express their will for or against the
sinendment by making a cross In the
squares provided opposite the words, "For"'
The sections of the statute referred tr
shove hi sustaining these conclusions are
Nos. 1 157 129. 140 and 146 of chapter xxvl,
.Compiled Ptatutes, 1W6. .'
A vote for all the candidates of either tha
democratic, republican or people's Inde
pendent party will not be a vote for tha
amendment unless the voter shall place a
cross opposite the word "For" or shall
make a cross In the party circle of one of
these three parties.
'kivernor Mickey has Issued the following
Nebraska, has never experienced a more
Itrosnernus season than thai which Is Just
I raw In a; to a cloae. The fields have pro
duced in abundance, the orchards have ex
celled nil previous records nnd every ma
terial Interest haa prospered. There Is no
portion of the state but that has richly par
ticipated In the benefits which the year has
brought to us. The products of the eum
. pier's toll are now being garnered Into
cellar, storehouse and irrinarv while the
aong of "Harvest Home'1 resounds from
valley nnd hilltop and cheers the hearts of
.a happy, prosperous and contented people.
For the blessings vouchsafed to us by the
Giver of All Good we are devoutful thank
ful. Each day should be a day of thanks
giving. It la the custom, however, to
especially net apart one day for the general
expression of praise and gratitude 1 and !n
harmony with the action already taken by
the president of the Cnltert Sttitea, I. John
H Mickey, governor of the state of Ne
braska, do hereby proclaim Thursday, No.
vemncr 8). lsou, as a day f thnni'sglvlng,
nnd request that It lie observed In the spirit
of meditation and praise. On th.it dav let
ull (h. niAinl. nsvAmlil. In their mmiimI filReea
or worship ond let them Jo rewrenee to the I dnt Kqosevelt.
onlv true and living Grid, from whom all . .
blessings flow. " Lt our public and private iBOKK BOW'fl ft)AUsiir TKI'I.E
devotions testify that we are earnestly f
mlndtul of the mercies of the past and let .
. j Impressive Cereina at Opening- of
Palltleal Debate nt 1 alTrrilt).
The Retuhihsn and Jeffersoninn clubs
of the State university met In Joint de
l.nte last night In Memorial hall before A
large and enthusiastic audience. The
question was, "Shall the Next Congress
He Republican?" and the contest was ex
citing, as both slds were equipped wlt.il
excellent speakers. n. K. Torier. S. M.
ninaker and A. HundTlln were tho
speakers for tho Republican club, while
the Jeffersonians were represented by
Richard O. Hunter. V. 1j. f'orev and R
P. I! Young. Chancellor Andrews pre
sided over the meeting.
HHYA NPRAKS I HI HOMK MTV
Beailles to gome Things, bnt Stops
short of Railroad Tlenp.
IJNCObN, Nov. 3. (Special Telegram.!
William J. Bryan spoke to an audience
here tonight which completely filled th
Auditorium and agtiin did he miss a splen
did opportunity to answer the pertinent
questions addressed to him by The Omaha
Re regarding the charge, that his brother-in-law,
T. R Allen, chairman of the demo
cratic state committee, whs tied up with
the railroads of Nebroska in this cam
paign. Passing these Important 'and per
tinent queries, lie took up a statement In
a Lincoln paper nad defended Tom Allen
for being the law partner of A. R. Talbot,
attorney for the Missouri Pacific railroad,
and denied the story In an afternoon paper
that a certain student here had been fur
ninhtd transportation home to vote by the
democratic atate committee. He said In
substance regarding Tom Allen:
"I am not an only child. It lias been
suggested that I have a brother-in-law. He
haa been criticised s as chairman' of the
democratic state committee. I admit I
have a sister. I admit she la married.
I admit Tom Allen ia my brother-in-law.
I admit A. R. Talbot Is his partner. I
admit he la attorney for the Missouri Pa
cific railroad. I rejoice this republican
paper, which supported him for state sena
tor. Is raising this point. Tom Allen is not
a partner In Mr. Talbot's railroad law
business. He la not connected with It In
any way. He does not get a dollar out
of this business The people here know
this. ' He is the same kind of partner I
was, and I never was the attorney for a
railroad. I had the same experience Mr.
Allen la having. I only mention It to say 1
rejoice that even republican sentiment is
turned toward looking Into a man's busi
ness record. I would to God they had
done It years ago. An evening paper
stated a young man was furnished trans
portation home by the democrats so ho
could vote. I have since talked with the
young man and he denied the story in toto.
I am authorised by Mr. Allen to say tjie
democratic committee has not been prom
ised or given free transportation from any
railroad and would not receive it If It were
oOred. I am glad to make this statement
because the republican party has done thla
for years and In one county it took 1"0
people out of the state on election day
on transportation. It shows how public
opinion has grown. Isn't It encouraging
that we are not going to have. It again?
We have Vlreamed' of It a long time and
now it is coming trui."
Mr. Bryan eulogised the democratic stale
ticket and urged the people to rote for
democrats to hold up the hands of Presl-
S0RR1S FLAYS TWO EDITORS
rfforti of Grift ftkn to Trade To'.iticil
tnpport is xpo!fd
ONE DEMANDS OFFICE , OTHER CASH !
Congressman peeking Re-election ex
plains Tt'hr He la Oppoaed by Cla
(enter nn and Red Clnnrt
I nmmerclal. Advertiser.
Phenomenal Sale of Lace Curtains
.Special importation of srtistic Lace Curtains. Five cases, all new. These arrived sixty days late, which
canceled our obligations. To get usto accept them, the importer now makes us a large reduction in price you
reap the benefit.
$6.00 Irish Point Curtains, beautiful new
dpplKP.8, lu white; Scotch Cable Net Cur
tains, in while or Arabian an excep
tional valu- . . . : S3.75
$7.50 Irish Point Curtains, Clnny Cur
tains, Arabian Curtains, Scotch Net Cur
tains jier pair SM.75
$10.00 Irlnh Point Curtains. Arabian Cur
tains, . French Novelty Curtains per
Macalflrent err Strnrtare.
t'fliM 0 is Ink llna ! BROKEN BOW. Neb.. Nov. I. (Spe-
ill 3 I OUiPIIUr U05S t clHl.) With a beautiful and impressive
. 'ceremony the new Masonic temple her
For the Ha man Hody in Health and was dedicated, according to ancient rites, j
Dlseate. by the grand lodge of the state of No- ;
t i hraaka. emnnrlstlia the followlnr dlsrnl- I
tarles: Grand Maater K. M. Balrd of
Ilartlngton. leputy Grand Master K. J.
King of Lincoln. Grand Senior Warden
William A. Debord of Omaha, Grand Cus
todian Boh K. French' of Kearney, Orand
Chaplain F. M. Drultner of Hartingtoii
and Grand Secretary Francis K. White of
Omaha, Kinmet Crawford lodge No. 14S.
the chapter and commandery, took an ac
tive part In. the ceremonies, while the
Eastern Star and many friends wero the
guests of the evening. The oration of t In
evening wae delivered by Chaplain W. H.
Handera of Emmet Crawford lodge.
The new temple is one of the moat com
plete ' Masonic buildings in this part of
the country and reflects credit upon
the craft for the thorough manner in
which every detail has been looked after.
The ground Hoor Is taken up with a ban
quet hall and dainty theater, which la
stocked with a full set of scenery, while
the second floor Is devoted entirely to
lodge woik. The temple owns and op
erates Its own lighting plant.
Most of the members of the grand lodge
departed on the early morning train for
The annual Halloween enter'alnmeiit
the women of S:.
John's guild at the Temple theater
crowded that pretty little plae of anitiai -ment
tu the doors The entertainment
part uf the r rogram couslated of a clevt r
rendition of the "District School," In
which the women of the guild, nsisted
by good local talent, participated. After
school was dlnmisaed teacher, scholars,
committeemen and audience mingled In
" COSTS XOTXIMO TO TXT.
Tha mention of sulphur will recall tu
man t un tne early uaya when our moth
era and grandmothers gave us our oaily
di.ee of sulphur and molasses every spring
H was the universal spring and fall
"blood purifier,' tonic and cur-all, and,
mind you, ' this old-fashioned remedy was
'not without merii.
The Idea was good, but the remedy was
crude and unpalatable, and a laTge quan
tity had to ha taken to get uf.y effect.
Nwadaya we get all the- beneficial effect a
of sulphur In a palatable, concentrated
form, so that a single grain is far mora
effective than a tablespoonf ul of the crude
In recent years research and experi
ment have proven ths( the heat sulphur
for medicinal use is that obtained from
('allium (Calcium Sulphide) and sold in
drug stores tinder the name of Stuert'a
Calcium Wafers. They are smalt choco
late coated iellets and contain the-active
medicinal principle of sulphc.r in a highly
concentrated, effective form. '
Few peopla are aware of the valus of
this form of sulphur in restoring and
maintaining bodtlv vigor and health', aul- and party given by
t'UT CENTER. Nb.. Nov. .1.
'Special.) Addressing a large aiillence
here Inst night. Congressman Norris re
plied at lenpth to the attacks that have
bcn made on him by the Clay Center
Run and made public a ltter from the
editor of the Commercial Advertiser, In
which the editor asked fcr n check fnrJ
$A and when refused told Mr. Nor:ls
that his paper was Independent and "does
not support either political pnrty without
arrangements being made therefor."
With reference to the clay Center Hun,
edited by W. I rulnitr. Mr. Norris said:
Mr. rainier demanded that he be ap
pointed pontinHHtrr of Clav Center, and
lieeaiiFe I refused to put out the old sol
dier incumbent and put him In he began
to hfsiII me. One of the mont prominent
supporters of Mr. Tulmer frankly told
tne Mr. Fa liner would not support me un
less had him appointed tot master.
W'hen I became thoroughly convinced of
bis rral purpose 1 would not have in
dorsed him for postmaster if he had had
the sviport of everv man. woman and
child In Clay county. if I have anv
pattonasc to give I wish to give It to
those who snpmirt republican principles
because they believe In them. I could have
kept Mr. Falmer In line and prevented all
these aaxaults on me by giving him an
Congressman Norris then read a letter
from A. C. Hosmer. editor of the Com
mercial Advertiser of Red Cloud, saying:
"Please, favor me with your check for $2
and I will be pleased to do my utmost
for your benefit." He repller that he wns
not In a position to comply with the re
quest, saying that If he were to con
tribute to every republican newspaper in
the district the expense would aggregate
several thousand dollars. To this Mr
Ilnsmer replied In nnother letter: "Th's
paper Is independent In politics and does
not support either political party without
arrangements being made therefor. If you
desire the influence of this paper let us
know or we shall offer It to the opposi
tion." This was replied to In a brief note,
thanking Mr. Hosmer for his "evident
friendliness in submitting your offer to
me first, but under the circumstances I
find myself unable to avail myself of the
"It Is perhaps sufficient to say." con
cluded Mr. Norris. "that the Commercial
Advertiser Is supporting my opponent."
Bnrkett and SheMftu at Nebraska Cltr
NKBRASKA CITY. Neb., Nw. 3.-(Spe-clal
Telegram.) The. rvnubllrrtiia of this
city lu Id the largest rally of tho campaign
this evening at the Overland theater. Sena
tor E. J. fturkett and Hon. George H.
Sheldon spoke on state and national Issues.
The tlienter was r iwded and the vast
audience heartily nprl'ixded both speakers.
Big Meeting; In Aurora.
ALT.ORA. Neb., Nov. 3.-(Sperlal Tele
gram.) -The republicans held one of the
best afternoon meetings ever held In Aurora
today. The meeting w:is addressed by Hon.
John A. Whltmore, w ho . was f lllowed by.
Norris Brown. Roth speakers nad the close
atte'itlnn of the audience. A meeting at
Marquette tonight will closo tin- republican
campaign In this county.
Adams la Kafe.
HASTINGS, Neb.. Nov. X tSpeclal Tele
gram.) In a signed statement In the Tri
bune Chairman Kploer of the Adams county
republican committee sayc.
We expect to carry tlie county for all the
republican candidates. A complete poll of.
the county shows good-sixed riln for the
republicans in nil precincts over the vote
at cist in the election two years ago. Each
republican candidate will have :i good sise.1
majority. Republicans generally are pre
pared to vote the atraight republican ticket.
It has no weak spots and all of our candi
dates should run a Unit even. About the
normal vote will be cast if the weather is
fa von: ulc.
Claims of Ttto CaiumlMeea.
MNCOIjX, Nov. 3. (Special Tfh'gram )
Concerning Uie election Tuesday W. B.
Rose, chairman of the republican state com
Nebraska will remain safely in the re
publican column. The entire reoubllosn
slate ticket will tie elected and tho repub
lican delegation in congress will remain
unbroken. The republicans will have e good
working majority In both houses ot the
Chntrraan Allen of the democratic com
mittee puts out the following claim:
The chances favor the election of tho
democratic state ticket. We will elect four
congiessnien and a ma jority ol Uie members
of the legislature. 1 look for a democratic
Andrews at Blair.
BLAIR, Neb.. Nov. 3. (Special Telegram.)
Hon. W. K. Andrews arrived in Flair
early tody and circulated freely aaiong
citlrens. The opera, house was well filled
tonight to hear Mr. Andrews and John U.
Kennedy, and the audience wa enthusias
tic and gave Mr. AndYew the must strict
alttntion throughout his discourse. Mi.
Kennedy raid he was Just going to act us
a curtain rals-r for the evening and after
a short speech, mainly on the Importance
of the work in the last session of congress
and the measures that would be before the
next session and a few remarks on why
he should lie returned as rongrersnia.n. he
gtivc wsy to Mr. Andrews, who held his
audience to n man until he was through.
In the mewl clear nnd precise manner he
presented sonic of the niiiln issues of the vi.-BRiUk-A CITY fin November 10
campulgti to his ht aivrs which won for him i loilge of Klks will be inxialled In the city.
the warmest apphiuse. the strongest of
$12..'i0 Duchess Itce Curtain. Scotch Net
hnre Curtains, Cluny Curtains. Arabian
Lace Curtains per pair $8.75
$7.50 Madras Curtains, in linht colors, new
patterns. 60 Inches wide, three yards
long, special per pair 31.75
$2.50 fine Swiss Curtains with wreath pat
tern, extra full hemstitched, ruffle; well
niHde and washable per pair. . . 31.25
Madras, 4 5 Inches wld. for curtalus;
come In ecru or vhlte. beautiful pat
terns, special per yard 40?
Kdge to match, washable per yard. . .5
Colored Madras, 45 Inches wide, with side
liorders: mskes unusually attractive cur
tains per yard 85
Window 8hades We carry everything In
this line. A good one for. . 25
.75.? and 79t
.88? and 03
Should lt chosen with tin same tare that you would exercise with furs or pictures and should be bought in
the store where your absolute confidence is bestowed. A good Oriental Rug will last a life-time and grow richer
with age a poor one is a bad bargain at any price. Our large stock was imported direct by us selected with '
the utmost care and bought at the lowest possible prices. Many unusual and interesting pieces; Hugs of all quali
ties aiulfizeu in Persian, Turkish and Indian weaves. We'd like you to see them, whether or not you care to
Beautiful colorings and designs. Goods that are drop patterns and slightly soiled, all go at specially
low prices the next few davs. Here are a few of the reductions.
Hoc Tapestry Brussels Carpet at 50 $1.10 Velvet Carpet at ..
$1.20 Axminster Carpets at 95 $1.33 Velvet Carpets at ..
$1.75 and $2.00 Wilton Carpets at $1.25
Large special showing
of Dayenports and
Davenport Sofa Beds.
I New lot just received
some fine ones at
$32. $33, $35
$38, $42, $45
Arm Chair (like cut),
made of select fig
oak, polished golden
or weathered finish.
Has genuine leather
seat. Would sell In
the regular way at
$8 a special pur
chase enables us ' to
offer them at the re
markably low price
, 1 1 t I
THE DIG DRESSER SALE
Offers rare savings. It's attracting wide attention because the values are so good. There were over 200 in the
lot; prety' birdseye maple, genuine mahogany, veneered and quarter-sawed golden oak. Chiffionieres and wash
stands to match.' These are all splendidly made and beautifully finished. Here's how we're selling them:
$24.00 quarter.sawed Golden Oak Dresser, sale price at $19.50
$25.00 Birdseye Maple Dressers, sale price. .$20.00 $29.00 Birdseye Maple Dressers, sale price. .$23.00
$26.00 quarter-sawed Golden Oak Dressers, sale price $33.00 Massive quarter-sawed Golden Oak Dressers,
at $20.50 sale price $20.25
$27.50 Mahogany Veneered Dressers, sale price.21.25 $47.00 Birdseye and Genuine Mahogany Dressers, ex-
$28.50 quarter-sawed Golden Oak Dressers, sale price tra large, sale price $36.00
Davenport Sofa Bed (like cut), frame of selected quarter.sawed oak, beautifully polished in rich golden fin
ish; heavy pillars; broad flat amis; regular davenport style. The most simple opening and closing device.
When open is 46 inches wide by 73 inches long, inside measure. Has large box for bed clothing. The up
holstering is of finest grade German imported verona; deep tufted. We make this up in choic of covers. A
luxurious davenport and sofa-bed combination. Strictly high grade and an excellent value for $38.00
Orchard St Wilhelm Carpet Co.
414-16-15 South Sixteenth Telephone Douglas 313
' "Jl1" '" " """ . j .. T 1 nil
'. . j . 1 T 1 1 I '
ptuir act rtlrectly on tlie liver and ext ra-tm-y
organs and purlnVa and enrlrhcs til
blood by the prompt elimination uf wasia
(Hir grandmothers knew this when they
doitd us wltb sulphur and mulasarj cery
spring and fall, but tha crudity and Im
purity of ordinary flowers of sulplur
were often wort than the disease, and
cannot compare with ilia modern con
vDtratd preparations of sulphur, ot
which smart's ralctum Wafers Is un
doubully tha beat and most widely used.
They are tha natural antidote for liver
gn kidney troublna and cure constipation
and purify the blood In a way that often
aurpilsea patient and physician alike.
lir. R. M. Wllklns, while experimenting
with sulphur remedies, aoon found that
tha aulphur from Calcium was superior
to any other form. He aaya: "For liver,
kidney and hlood trouhlea. eapaclally when
reaultlng from constipation or malaria, I i
they were run Into by a .witch engine
and a string of cars and T. Kahu was In
stantly killed and his body mangled, the
five others escaping without Injury. Aside
from those at Aldm forty-five Japs are
engaged In the same line of work In th s
city and thirty-five In the local yards
east of the city. There are also a num
ber of beet workera. They had tly Jap
anese flag hoisted from their constriVtlon
cars today, but the unfortunate accident
caused a gloom In the circles of the col
ony. On the car were over worth
of goods, most of which were destroyed.
ew of Nebraska.
BKKMER Threshing is about all fin
lahed In this county.
BEATRICE Samuel Doyle
hlK farm locoled near this city for FS.'W
cash to Ilrlmtch JanBon.
AINS WORTH Thirteen Alnswortli Uem
ocraV. and the drum corps went to O Neil
to hear rihallenberger and Bran.
BKKMKR The foot race between E. V ,.
Jack and a local runner-did not material
ise Mr Jack filled to show up. thereby
forfeiting the purse of 5i.
BKEMKR W. T. Fried has his new ele
vator coimleted and in a- few days will
be l-i aha-w to handle the Immense crop
of grain raised in this territory.
AINSWORTH Mrs. Cheney, one of the
first settlers In Brown county, died of old
age and was buried in the AlnsworlJl
cemetere. She wo-a about SO years old.
VI, V T T S M O II T Tl William Jennlnps
Brvan will add.-ess the citixens of thin
vicinity In the Farmelr opera hmi-e in tm
oitv Monday evening on the political Issues
.f the day.
which was when he stild: "We nru goinp
to elect a republic:! n goxcriior. a repub
lican staie ticket, a republican siialor
and return a republican congressman." lie
said that holding the ponitiun he did he
had had occasion to keep h! eye on Hie
Nebraska oflVlals In Washington and tluy KJn county and Mcl'herson county 8tock-
aa iveu and farniem were in town tor coai
Nearly prominent cltlneiiH liav 'gnej
1 li. fill? rl l The Flattsniouth Klks will
ii:Hll the new lodge.
BKKVKH Mr. August l.iermun of thU
place hni purchased an interest in the
W'aiisn .Milling company and will move
his familv v: there :;t once and take an
active part In the buainess.
viiRTH Pl.AT TK-i ntern or more 1.0-
h.ve been surprised at th. result, obtained I republican party of insincerity In all
fro, Stuart'. Calcium W.fra. , j anti-railroad and anti-corporation p
paj.iei.ts unerlng from boll, and pimples
Bjy! .veil deep-seated carbuncle, liva
repeatedly eern them dry up and disap
pear In four or five daj s, leaving, tha ikln
eiear and smooth. Although Stuart's
Calcium Wafera la a proprietary article
and sold by druggists and for that reason
Haatera Klud fcotlilag Hat Trnablr.
BKEMKR, Nb.. Nov. S. (SpeclaJ.)
1..I.U frlt.ielzel. Fred Moll and Robert
tabooed by many physician.. t I know ' ,.u. I.ava letumcd from a weeks
Smi.l.F.Mtr-.ntiFH F.KI; THIM.g
Faaloa ee Make Peaple'a t bamplun
l.oak I.Ike Railroad Hireling.
HAHTINtJS. Neb.. Nov. 3 (Special
Telegram.) A. C Shallenberger. fusion
gubernstorlal nominee, closed Hie spe.i'.v
lrg part of the fusion campaign iih an
address to a large uudlence al the Kerr
opera house tonight. Mr. Pliallenbci ger
declared that Mr. Sheldon looked to hlni
like a hlrvd railroad attorney, accused tne
party of insincerity In all 1'S
forin utteiauces and Insisted that th
people could gat relief only through lk
election of hlsiself snd a fusion l-gixla-ture.
had perforniul their duty well, and II
the duty of this county to help return John
I.. Kenn-dy to congress.
HOI. IDA V
Railroad Kniplagra Handcar
Raw Uuww li Snltrll liixtnr.
OKANO IjSI.AN1. Nov. 3. Spvt ll
Tilts, t lie national holiday of the Japanese,
lu lelebrallou of the mlUado'a birilidtty
anniversary, was marred by a death in
the Japanese colony here through the I
i',..,liv and were compelled 10 return
home with a few acks of Muck each.
NORTH PLATTK Four or rive cars of
.....1 .... 1.-1 .Wl.-ia Hllil the electric liellt
ieri received veslerday. Other
errs for local pariies were shipped from
the mines Tuel'.i and ought to he Ijere
In a dav or two.
AtVriVTiiltTH George Farman. nne of
the oldest druggists of Alnsworih. haa
...M m 11 W. Rhemv of this place.
Mr. Fsrmnn will still piske tills his honie.
but will, in the near luiurc. n "
an a tileasure. trip.
nntTiiirK-Tlic Beatrico lliKh school
of uothing so aaia ana reuaoia ror con
stipation, liver and kidney trouble, and
spatially In all form, of skill disease, a.
At any rat. peorl who are tired of
pill, cathartic, and so-called blood "purl
fler." will find In 8tuart'a Calcium Waf
r., a far safer, more palatable and ef
end your i.anie and address today for
a frev trial package, and s for 'ourself.
F. A Stuart Co, fluart building.
hunting trip in ths sand tnyis of Cherry
county. They were caught in th. snow
storm about eight miles from civlllxi
tion and after running out of fuel anil oil
were compelled to walk to the neare.it
farm. They followed a bunch of i;.)
luad of cattle and walked from 7 a. 111 ,
to V p. m., being almost exhausted. Most
of the hunting outfit was lost. They got
little game and think lea. of the .and
hill than they did before their trip.
running down by a awitch train of a hand- ft"? 'i aoll.nt
isr of section men. I lie namicar was .sime to the team of that place by a score.
making Its wsy to Alda, where thirty-two of i t i C. A number of toilers accornpa-
Jar.a . l work in reconstructing on the i n'ed the team on the tilp.
........ . , ! nfl'MKH F.ttllr Interest Im shown .n
1.111011 r-acinc. m x jo oni ctoi uu 11 i, . i.. i.. .l.i. e-ll Moat
.... . ,, . - , , , this community in poiillcs tills rail. Juosi
to the city te get supplies, part of which I , f ()u, f,,,, r. content w ith eilstiiiK
were far tke celebratton today. When a j good croo and good prices and no uuuui
aslls west of tac city, on their return. I .good vote ill be polled 1 ..r a conliiiu 1-
' 11011 OI !,f,osevcil . .
VEST POINT On account of the grea
aearcity of labor availahlu for farm pur
poaea. two-th.rds of the rural school ol
fuming county have ii".lared a vacation
of a tew weeks in order thai the older
upila may work in th comfleldH.
BEATRICE 6. A. Kinney, a prominent
fvriir of Irland Grove toA'nship. was in
the city rierdav and Mated ti. Ht he had
shipped ,i buslielti of Htples to trie west
speakers wcrl Rev. A. K Zlnk, pastor of
the Christian church here; C. C. Weatcott;
Hev. Mr. Funk, pastor of the Baptist
church In Cnlon. and Mias Haines of Lati-
coln, wlio is state .uperinienoeiu 01
NORTH PLATTE The high school foot
ball team went to Kearney Friday morn
ing, where they played the Kearney Mili
tary academy team. They were accom
panied bv Superintendent Goes and Coaches
Walker 'and Neville and a score or more
of high school ntudents.
NEBRASKA CITY The Faultless Caster
coinpanv is receiving so many orders that
they hav. been compiled to purchase addi
tional macnlnery and beginning next Mon
day a force of men will be put to work
nights. The factory will then lie kept in
operation day and night.
PLATTSMOVTH While the second sec
tion of freight train No. 74 was pas.ing
through thla city about 12 o'clock last
night, westbound, a car loaded with aheep
went through a split switch on another
track. Eighty-live of tho sheep in. the
double-decker were killed. x
NORTH PLATTE Judge Orinies held
court al Chanpeil last week and fined John
O'Oonncll 111" and costs tor selling liquor
without a license at Oshkoeh. E. E. Hoder
of the name place waa fined fciOO id costa
on the same charge and on the additional
charge of selling to minors.
TKCCMSEH Mrs. Catherine C. Beck,
mother of W. C. Beck, Burlington agent
here, died at the home of her son Satur
day morning. ' She had been In falling
health for some time, and the cause of
death was pneumonia. Klie waa 77 years
of age. The body was taken to Fair
mont for burial.
(JRANU ISLAND A theater party cn
Joved the presentation of "The Man oil
the Box." with Max Flgmun In the title
role, and was entertained after the per
formance by Mr. and Mrs. W. R. King.
Mayor and Mrs. Sthuff pleasantly enter
tained a party of friends at high five at
their home on Saturday.
WF.ST POINT Joseph Blrchem and
Miss Mary SlefTensineler, popular young
Hon by Mr. Park will reuult In changed
conditions and that In the future local
dealers will be provided with all the coal
BKEMKR At the home of Mb and Mrs.
Ira K. Williams occurred the first of a
series of socials to be aiven bv mem
ber, of the Congregational church and
friends thla winter. About hfty were
present and the evening waa spent In
playing games, recitations, songs. Im
promptu speeches, etc. Light refresh
ments were served.
NORTH PLATTE A mas meeting to
discuss th. waterworks bond proposition,
which has been freely agitated lately, will
be held at the court house on Monday
evening. November 2. The proposition Is
ror WMHKl bonds, and the question as to
whether the city can make money by the
purchase will be one ot the phase, dl.
cussed at the meeting.
FAIRFIELD Patrons' day was ob
served at Fairfield's new public school
building under the direction of Superin
tendent Blakeslee and his assistant. After
programs in each of the alz rooms 111
hour wss spent In viewing exhibits of
work, listening to the high school ore
chestra of six pleoea and partaking of re
fresh nients. The patrons' program fol
lowed In the large assembly room. The
exercises concluded with a lecture by
Prof. Carson of North Platte.
LEIGH A bad fir. waa narrowly averted
here yesterday. At 10:3(1 the alarm sounded,
the cause of which proved to be a blase
in the roof of George Hoffmann'. Jewelry
store. A hose waa quickly laid and tha
lire subdued In a very short time. Had the
tire secured a good headway, the principal
part of the business district would hav.
burned, aa the wind was strong and In a
Uvorable dire .en to scatter tha fire, and
in such a cas. i.ie inadequate fire protection
would have been of but little use.
PLATTSMOl'TH The finance committer
of the state Degree of Honor held a meet,
ing ia the office of the grand recorder yea
teiday and checked up the book of the
tetiiing grand receiver. Mrs. Mary Miller
of Diller, and turned thrm over to the new
people of Monterey township, were united Omaha. Mrs. Mary I.tky of Lex-
in marriage at the church of the Kaereil . illgtolli Krm .,,,.,. Mr.. Ad. w.y H
Heart in t'levan. Rev Ictor End. pnstoi. , mh o.rmna., grand medical ex-
car ln which four rtrlkebre.kers and aa
equal number of private detectives wer.
riding was mobbed.
JZm V taken to " "O'PllsI and th.
strikebreakers and detectives were ai-
! ne riot ere eeenped.
The , trouble started when the strike
breaker, and officers boarded the car near
the garage of the Nerw York Transporta
tion company, whose electric cab chauf
feurs are on strike. Btrlkers and sympathisers-
followed the car, pelting it with
missiles. Men and women m.n..i.
Jumped from the car in alarm, and the
niotorman started full peed ahead In an
attempt to leave the mob behind.
Tha mob had been constantly nugmetited
and ,lot no time In smashing the car win
dows and attempting to reach Its mmu- '
pants. Then the detective, began firing
nd during the fusillade Lambe went down.
FORECAST OF THE WEATHER
beware Tdar si Taarrw 1st
Nebraesu. Iowa, Soath Dakota
WASHINGTON. Nov. 1-For.icaat of th
weather for Sunday and Monday:
For Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota. Cau
sae, Colorado, Wyoming and Montana
Showers Sunday and Monday.
For Missouri Fair Sunday and Monday.
OFFICE OF U. B. WEATHER BCREAl'.
OMAHA, Nov. 8. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with,
the corresponding day of the laet three
years: im. 1W6. 1X4. 10K.
Maximum temperature ,. 51 M 6 ftl
Minimum temperature ... II )i tl u
Mean temperature 47 M
Precipitation T .00 .M .011
Temperature and oreclDitatlOn denartupa
I fro mthe normal at Omaha alnce March 1
lerrorming tne nuptial rites. rue young ..,(. r. u nil riunirun 1 . 1 I " "" "l"'""-o aaarcn 1
ouple will go to' housekeeping at one, XsLoff of' Lexlngtmt're ,h. "d -Vri h th 81 l
hi the farm of the groom. .nance committee. I Normal temperature 4f!
l Want Ads predate 1. sulls.
"There)' a Raason.'
NEBRASKA CITY The state fish corn
nilxioners have a njmher of men at won
tklnK the lidh out of uilmore lake, eas
of this city. The lake is being drulneo
and the a-irre fish are to lie canghl and
removed 10 lakex throughout the state
It Is eetlniated that ovar two carload!
of tlsh will be taken from the lake.
WEST POINT While returning frou
the flakier farm, north or Wei l"oli'.
last iilglit. August Wilde found a mxt
lying across tiie railroe.d track a.'al fn
asleep. He awakened lilm and surrei-do;
m getting him off the track J11M before .
freight I ruin came along. He whs a cor.i
iiusUer, who had Imbibed too freely.
PLATTSMOl'TH The repuhllcins In that
vicinity laid a rousing rally in Avoca, It.
this county, last evening. Among ll;e
Speaker were 'ongrcssinan Pollard. ouni
Attoin-y C. A. lUiuln, Jcas-e L. Root. nom.
iiiec for Ktate senator; Martin L. Krnlrich.
county coinrnlHsloner. arm C. E. Noya Htid
Fiank J. Davis. r iies ntatlve tioiuiriees.
WEST I Ol NT Felix L. Oallagiier. for
...1 ly of WtH Point and lately prtsiden.
f th'- First NalRual hank uf Huinplirey,
.ins opened a atate hank at Rosalie, o-ic
if th- net.- town on th; ilr'at Nur. y
xtenshui. The opening for buslnes is
elievcd lo be excellent in ihet locell'y
mil Mr. tiallaglier is iaiii,'ulne of auccet..
NOitTH PLATTE A cold tain began to
fall early Friday mormnz. which tjrnd
nto oulte a heavy snow toward noon and
Ftlduy evening it was Mill anewlng, with
i:iit ri linle snow n:i the ground. This
.iUtnrillv giies the harvest of suair beets
1 Mtl.ack und Interferes greatly With prog-
e-- , . . 11 1. i. . 1 .i. t tctl.acK und Interleres gnat y wan prog
em markets this lall. He Is o i.e of the n u,tlaI now in proce's
f'rst ttileia on the Otoe reservalion. ) ,.,)lmlruL tioii. !"-
Bt'ATRICE Mrs. J.ihn Wishtuan, luin-4
In Win ilea u ice, ua.s attacked by a cow
al her home last evening and "evenly in
jured liefore assistance arrived. Her cloih-1,-ik,
was lorn in enreii and shn a terri
liiy l.r i's-d by the rtninial trainiiling oii:i
I'l-M'TBUDr'i'H -i'he I'aaa Co ml v S'lll
da e'ci.oi I .isoi'lulioti held a very sue
i ers. ul ill .i r i t ciHhinl.il in Miir:v.y Thu a
osy i.ttcitiouo and p-rry
.1 U.ik j'lla.viti. Auion Hi ullit'l
NORTH PLATTE in replc to the lelo
Uraiu forwarded to liiloii pueifle off) iala
,'i.chd i.v le.i.tive lo the coal supply at tills
1. .111, licniiui t-ui 1 nil ."lulent park came
..ere and satisfied hin.self (list conditions
Rere us 1 pi esnied und lint the eondi- I
cxlr.td through no fatil1 of ttie
dealei or of the local official of the com--jty.
Mr. Park will make thorough
itigatan of the coal Bit.Jalioit. aial for
NORTH PLATTE It is reported that Pe
er Heck, superintendent of bridges and
iiilldlngs on the Wyoming division, hss re
eivixl orders to erect evenly buildings
if dinerent slies at points between North
Platte and Green River, and that Included
In :he order are two Ice houses for this
jity. Some time ago it was reported that
the North Platte Icing plant, already the
largest ranroaa plant in the I nlled Slates,
tould la- increased this year, and the news
from Cheyenne is seemingly a conflrma
lon of this report. Jt Is understood that
work on the buildings will soon begin.
H'BSi' POINT The Medical association
0! Dodge, Burt and Cuming counties met
n Wesi Point last week. A splendid pro
;ram waa rendered, in which the most
imminent physlclana took part. Rev. Dr.
'lofis, pator of the Congregational
hurrli 01 West Point, gave the address
if welcome, in the evening Dr. Aiclvou
tld of Fremont addressed the convention
jn "The Relation of the 1 Xictoi to tho
Laity" and Dr. J. S. Foote of Omaha on
"Our Common Origin." Among the o'der
physicians present were Dr. Ilildreih.
Lyon: Riley. Wlsuer; McDonald. Fr--inunt:
Iiong. M.l!snn; Frances. BNiicrotl.
and Foote, Omaha. Dr. lxng of Madison,
a native of Cuiiitng uounty. in presidi-nt
of the htate i.ie1iea asd.x la tion und lr.
Hildretli and McDonald are ex-presidents.
RIOT IN NEW YCRiTsTREET
Strlklaar aaaffeara Attack f ar aa
talalag N.aaaloa Mea aad
lletrt-llvea Oveu Fire.
NEW YORK. Nov. 3.-A mob of aoiiic
l.uri sympathizers with the striking chauf
feur attacked a atreut ear containing a
doxen of the strikebreakers tonight. A
di'i n lettives fired Into the crowd,
shooting one man through tiie throat.
Augustus I.ambe, a vtrik'.ng chauffeui, :I1
' Exceaa for the day
Total excess since March 1 i
Normal precipitation 08 Inoli
Deficiency for the day fig Inch
Precipitation since March 1 24 60 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 I 79 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period. ISnS. . I.7H Inchee
Deiiciem y for cor. period, 1M4.. 4. inches
hal'l..T:r... lett fur Ihe ,.,ln'e. In v.., . 'r "W. " ''": hroUgh the lie, k Snd
. .siciua). il l hop, a liial Mil luvesnga- dangeii usly auiucl-J lonighi when a.tnti
SeTcn Cures Grip and
The fllaplay lines "77" for Grip and
"77" for Coldfl are familiar to vry
newspaper reader; and that'a every
body ths story underneath changes
every time watch It for blnta oo tu
treatment of Colds and Grip, tella ho
to avoid taking Cold, bow to check a
Ccld lu the beginning, how to break
up a stubborn Cold that hao$s on, tells
how to keep well s e also Dr.
Humphreys' Manual It's snt for lhi
At Drugglsis, cents or mailed.
Humphrey'. Hoiihii. Medicine Co.. Co.
William and John e'tieeta. Kw Vuia.
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