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THE OMAHA DATLV BKE: MOXDAV. XOVKMttKK
For Habitual and Ohttlnata Constipation.
TWft VIFWC HP TUP nrrrt T i II. iin iiuijnrlly lii hi. r)ir(lijlHr prm in.t. Ii.
1 l U rlLllJ Uf IIIL HLjLL 1 1 vote. While tie believes republican 'kih-
THE BEST NATURAL PURGATIVE WATER.
ORDINARY DOSE. A Winf glassful brfore Breakfast
The good effects of Apenta Water are maintained by smaller
and steadily diminishing doses, repeated for successive days.
8utmnti by Chairmen of the. Etpublietn
sad Esraooratic Commiusas. .
BOTH EXPRESS CONFIDENCE OF RESULT
MMIkrr May t Considerable Klanre
In the Resalt In Kerplna
Karmrri frnm tha
rr-H Js assured. owhMt to the giim-tm-
nif thods of the rallrnnd and of 1hrr dem
ocratic allies. It Is Impossible to till what
Vork county, with, he claim, the under
standing that when he wanted the propcrty
Iwiek- the gr-mtees were to deed !t biek.
All i f the ri ns docdel I ack r"crt Wald.on.
will receive fr"m ') to Soft majority.
l'"HT".MNT-Pl!iri the murlmi-nl bv the
Intst legislature uf a law prohibiting; killing
rl timber Kitilrrel a number of pairs hive
put In nn appearance around the park nn
tto brought suit fir n
the railroad vole will be. For that reason i Hwntint Ihk. claiming tlmt the transfer was
ho desires to impress upni, every republican I made lo him In good fnlth. William otto
voter to go Im the polls ami vole. Over- ; la the largest land owner 111 Vork county
cot-fide nee he believes l.i the only clement i and the richest num. Five thousand dollar
of danger from a rcii!i!. nn standpoint. ' was paid lnwyeis for making the settle-
Are er l,nn I nnrrer f
(NATURAL APENTA CARBONATED),
' IN SPLITS ONLY. '
A Refreshing uni Pleasant Aperient for Morning Use.
Sole Exporters: THE APOLLINARIS CO., Ltd., London.
(From a Btft Correspondent.)
According to the report In the World
Herald. Mr. Hhallenlierg'r at Beatrice said
"the democratic pa rtyf -proposes to .revive
the maximum freight rate. IW, wMeh haa
never been declared unronstltutlonnl."
The maximum frelRlit rate law cannot be '
enforced. Rut suppose it could. 1 have
LINCOLN,. Not. 4.' (Special.) Concern- : talked somewhat of the rates. In Alma.
Ing the rimpulgn Just drawing to a. close, and I want to (rive my friends out there
' the .chajrmen of the republican and denio- nme relief from those exorbitant freight
. cratic committers mak tho following rates. The rate out there nn cattle to
statements:' Omaha l lo cents per l( pniinns. vwtn
W. H. Hose, chairman republican state 13,000 pounds In a car.lt would cost X.nO
committee: While there has been little , R rHriad of cattle to Omaha,
red rlre and excitement Mil this campaign. .. . '.. ... , .
conditions at the close arc most fcivorable inner me oio maximum rre.gnr- ra.e iw
for a sweeping republican victory. The th rate would be $S2.a a car. or W. 70 more
democrats placed themaelvea tinder bus- th!in )nrv Br), now paying. It would coni-
picon in mer oie........ "' ,,, ,.,. .,-,... , Renuhllcan Cltv
I ment. ,
K AT A I.I
TV at A i.n AKK. noasixi
WORK OF THE CURRENTWEEK
AfteT Votinc tht President Will 8ttrt on
Hia Trip ta Fsnama.
BATTLESHIP : LOUISIANA HIS QUARTERS
Chief FUeentlve Fiperts lo A li.lt
Porto .' Rico Before Ilatarnlng
gnltchmrn vt.k tor mm
WASHINQTOK. ., ov. 4-The elettlon
Tuesday will ;.be 1 national In scope,
Uesldes the selection .of a national house
of representatives, nearly every state In
the union will choose Its governor or state
officials.. In all votes will be cant In forty
two state and three territories. In twenty
states the legislators to be chosen will
elect United States senators.
President Roosevelt will go to Oyster
May to vote Tuesday morning and Imme
diately afterward will return to Washing
ton to board the navnl yacht Mayflower,
which Is to take him to a point off Wolf
October 25 owing to the Incompleteness of
the ministerial declaration, will reassemble
ttif Man Killed and Three ln-er-nuslr
T1KATR ICR, Neb.. Nov. 4. -(Special Tele
gram.) A Foheml.in named fihalla, a son
of Frank Phnlla. living three miles north
east of Odell, was struck by a fiurlington
train early this morning and lnetantly
killed. Three of Fhalla's companions w-erp
seriously. If not fatally hurt. The party
had been to Wymore and was returning
home In a two-seated buggy when the acci
dent happened. Coroner Reed and Sheriff
Trude have gone to Odell to hold an Inquest.
Two AHtlcted with Trichinae.
FREMONT, Neb., Nov. 4 Specnl.)
by the state, reform in the system of
courts-martial, abolition of the death pen
alty, a scheme for an Income tax, eotu-
plete enforcement of the church and etnte
rilr,0. thai nn nlliunce bad been made bv
ihem with iho r.ilronrts Is accentuated bv to n:iv tri.nfi more rer car than they are
numerous developments -of the campaign. pnyin? now. At Holdrege the Increase ' Mr BmJ Mrs. Heurv Heme and their son.
In ' theff platfV would be 11.90; at Indianola II. 55 and at Red i Wilbur, of Fehllng were brought to the
selection of their candidates, id as a Cloud fc!.Ti more per car. That is, under hospital hero last evening from their home
pposed to have
division and an residence perilous of the city and era quite
numerous in many piacee ano very isnie.
Recently some bojs have started shooting
them and the friends of the squirrels are
contemplal lug the MpiM'intment of a Special
game warden here to try to protect the
COI.t.'MRFB-The time of Judge Ratter
man has been taken up and the Judgment
of the court rendered yesterday In the case
of the state against Charles H. Kelly.
Mr. Kelly Is a merchant at Monroe. In this
county, and he w?is rnarged with breaking
the law in selling a litle candy to some
children going home frnm Sunday school
and to others on the Pabbath day. Juil-
R it terman dlsmled the ca e on the g ouni
that Kelly had not engaged In the 'com
mon lubor" prohibited hy law on the Sab
bath, FLATTRMOVTH Superintendent K. I..
Rouse hts Inaugurated an excellent plan
for m iking the monthly meetings of the
taci.ers In this c.ty one ef Interest and
instruct on. Yeste day the topic was the
work of Judge Llndsev of Denver In the
Juvenile court or detention school, ea hla
particular methods have made for mm. a
nathtiil reputation. The subject was full
of Interest to those whv hare the welfare
of the bos and girls at heart. Mrs. Towle
of South Omaha gave an excellent talk
before the teachers and friends of the
today. The parliamentary program of the Sr.'he rf? AXM?1 1"'a m"lmunl f""Rllt r"' ,a, 'W ' Uohllnn suffering severely
new Clemenresu cabinet la understood to republican campaign has been conducted which was passed to meet conditions thir- cntnB. The pork which caused
ini.i. ih. m,n.h... nf rilrATi mil mines along ' fd nn re deal lines. . (? coi ce Sheldon, teen years ago. many charges are actually i , homo killed and sunnoai
aBnplaUorm"",n' thecl've ! in
.W herever they have gone tlicy, have im- , the railroads today. The rates , gre , a dlinerous condition, but on ae-
prensed the people with their sincerity. n that law are not higher In all respects, j counl 0f the nature of trichina
They have made a gnllant tight to drivn h,lt thPr arn eoIe t1(lt are higher, and it th1. ho,nltBi for Homi? time 1
the railroads out of politics and bring ,, , . TI, , . ... ' ,nP nospuai lor eume nnn. x
e will be nt
Theirs Is the
separation law and the creation of a state them under stte control, Kd I llrmly be- would cost tho people at Holdrege 9 cents i flrt authet,ticBted case of the kind In the
monopoly of petroleum and alcohol.
lieve that it will prove a successful one. per 1(0 pounds more On their apples than
A continuation of the plea of the Countess 1 ,i " ' -e . Z ""IS lZr . ' ' "'"y a" paying now it snippea unaer mat
de Castellane for absolute divorce from her voter:, are hiking a. deep, though quiet. law.-Oeoige U Shelddn'a Lincoln address,
husband. -Count Bonl, and the custody of Interest In tho questions thut have been October 31. 196.
. . . ,, , ... , ... , k a,, oiseussea in mis cnmpHign ana msi n
heir children, will be presented before the; 1(ir(.e m!l)or,tv of tnPm j,av(, mK(p ,, ihfir
tribunal of first Instance of the Depart- minds to vote the republican "ticket
merit of the Beine at Farls by Maltre
Crvtppl, counsel for the countess, Kovember
7,' after which the defense of -Count Bonl
will be heard.
RF.PinLIl'AS MKKTISO AT F.IMiAH
SHOSHONES ARE NOT STARVING
Agrent Saya There la rienty of Work
for Al of Them Who
LANDER, Wyo., 4. Special. )-The
report recently circulated to the effect that
the Indiana on the Shoshone reservation
were facing starvation seems to be en
tirely without foundation. On the con-
antlclnate. of course, the difficulty usua
experienced In '"off years"- in .getting our
voters to the polls. . -.
The partv oiganlxation throughout the
lota tm 1, ' ...InnHI.! . rl I I tr,, t linnr.v.r
rne county chairmen ana precinct com- puu.unn ujciui
Coiiarressmaa Xorrls sad Legislative
EDOAR, Neb., Nov. 4. (Special.) A re-
ernoon b 3 o'clock,' in the opera house.
The speakers were Hon. t). M. Netlleton
mitteemen are active and enthusiastic, nm
hundredn of them have assured us that
thitf will ilea airarv fft-tft f nr no rl 1 1 1 r
ces. The entire republican slate 'ticket and Dr.' A. J. Jenison, candidates for the
surely'wlll be elected and a good working legislature, and Congressman Q. W. Norrls.
majority in both houses of the legislature Mr Neuloton spoke first and brifly recited
Is equally certain. Nebraska a republican .. , , . . ,, . , , , ., , .
delegaHon In congress will remain un- " history of railroad legislation In Ne-
broken despite the desperate attempts that braska, urging the Jmpjrtanca of Toting
have been made by the demrsvats In ev- for the constitutional amendment and the
eral districts to defeat our nonilncee. .t.,i , . u .
whole republican ticket, as the measures
What the Democrats Claim. leaked by the people are strictly republican
T. S. Allen, chairman democratic state measures. Dr. Jenison followed Mr. Nettle-
CUIIlllllllBf. JUU limy any iiitj Ilirllloiimil . . Ai.
CORSnUSRERS FEEL BETTER
Bttnrdaj'i Outcome Foti tho Team nd
looters lack to far.
FOSTER'S MEN MAKE A FINE SHOWING
Stage; and Rckerantl of C Hlrago Both
(ongratnlate the Hehrasfcana
t'ordltloa and Tralso the
linme They flayed. .
SENAT0RSH1P IS THE STAKE
(Continued from First Page.)
J. W. Whltliam....
J. W. Armstrong..
A F, rvxldlngton..
H. C. Moore
Frank J. Davis
Charles K. Noyes..
M. T. Harrison....
B. C. Harnes
. 4 C. W. Poole
. ft J. A. Phelan
. .....C. j. France
. W. M. Duncan
. 7 L. F. Langhorst
. 7. F. M. Massle
. . Dr. C. W. Jester
. Howard Whitney
.W J. P. Butler
TrD llcht. where he will embark on ihe i i.... m v. .u.. and nonulist state ticket Will be elected.
battleship Louisiana for his trip to Porto v,rv well The advent of the railroad haa Y' ma? fi ,"aT ,,h.at w wlll.elrct f ,tnB" Wa" re3"y between the Peonle and lhe ral1'
.r r ti,.1 .,,if k-'V " ftdven.t '".r. .. . Jority of the legislature and at least four r0ads, he pointed out the fact that the re
publican party was with the people and
Rico and Panama. The president will be j done away wlth ov(!riand freigbting. It Is out of the six congressmen, with a good
accompanied ny airs, nooseveii, Burgeon true, but the Indians were never engaged 1 prospect OI electing nve. i make tnta
ueneral Klxey or the army; M. c. Latta,
the president's assistant - secretary, and
Lieutenant Frank T. ' Evkns, son of Rear
Admiral Evan, who will act as the presi
dent's personal aide. .
The prelde,nt expects to reach Colon
-. .. , ii.. v.ba I , . , flffuliiQl t h a rntlrouils n n rl 1 1. 11 1 the mil!.'.-
n this occupation and have , nothing to , thln(tl,: rMi the republicans admit that of the people should be to elect republi
lose on account of the coming of the rail- we will win, and second, the figures cang Q8 the on, SUPance that the wlslles
road. On the contrary it has given many : ehow i ,t r.rrlAH
of them .mrlmn mnA In t,o ..V kit. ' ii ..,, n,no . ..M.miiirc aiiu i ic
" - . rjmana nee ana Btate journal aumit their
been detrimental to their welfare.
Hon. G. W. Norrls wai then introduced
neieai wnen iney oeuocrnieiy una miseiy j, Chalrmnn XtcVallv as the nresnnt anrl
rham th.t the fusion state committee t Dv -nairman MCHiiy as the present and
in league with the railroads.
T it . . tv ja... . i. I f I i u r cr a that th. rn.irtn sluta fnmmttt.. I
jiiuiun AKcni n. n.. vi .tiBnorii t a. t ... a.-. .-.- .......... . n. . .
November 13. An elaborate program haa .'rather surmised to hear of this renort "i lea,e w,,th ,ne rad"- They know Vle congressman irom tne nun .-se-
, j . , , , , , ramer surpnsea to near or tnis report tnflt the on y c,anco (r ,he republican broska district. Mr. Norrla spoke at con-
been prepared for the entertainment of beng circulated, and In an interview said: i ticket to win this year In Nebraska is to , ' , , T ii-WTnelnii.
congress and the
vork. He then spoke
the presidential party while in the xone, -There Is absolutely no truth In the report ; try to make the people believe that there ' ' ,
after which a brief visit will be made to that the Indians are starving or in a desti- is an alllanc,r teen the democratic party "y the last session of
Ran J..,, iort Rn vwmw M. the ' I " V. " .I"f " .u? f. : n4 . h '??,".. Their canvasa of the part he took in the wo:
, . iuib i-uiiuiiiuii. xuyrvy xiiumu on inc i rrwi - j eraie plainly inoicaiea in inein mar mere i,-;..
i ,..-.. t...., ; . . .. i ,k.i. ontn
state committee with tlie railroads. In this 1 cj Nebraska
return of the party to Washington being i Vatlon that Is able to work and wants
scheduled for November 27, Tho Louisiana ( to wHj be. given employment at good wages,
will be, escorted by the armored crulsere , an(j those that are too old or incapacitated
Washington and Tennessee, The officers" I ( any way wllI receive rations for the
quarters of the Louisiana, huve undergone Wntcr' and be otherwise cared for."
a complete rearrangement, and It is the water rights have been applied for to
Intention of the Navy department to make cover about 146 000 acres of land on the 1 hey have failed. They have failed because
It possible for the president to be In touch diminished portion of the reservation. j!Mr?rwtfwl will
ywvw .imiuiibwii j 3 r-a ..aK' ti tTipans many momns or moor oiore
4V4?rv dv ' h 1 nt ". -One lnterestinar ! i. rru& i. . a
feature of the president's visit to the canal clded Bcarelty of bor In thl, of the "t th-aonV-t S'poU de"
" ui'iitvuuii u,cu,. coun(rp ana lnls scarcity win naturally
cut. which is Ket for November 18.' On this make tho work last longer, a large part
was no hope for their ticket unless they ,,,"'-
could Induce the antl-monopoly vote In j stand by the republican party in Its efforts
this state, which la this year for the demo- to Control the railroads and other great
cratlc and populist state ticket, to desert corporations and so keen the hall rolllncr
tho ticket. They figure that the only corP' allona na so. Keep t ie pan roiling
way to bring about this result was to try 1 'n the interest of , the people, not a few.
In some way to connect the democratic but of all the people of the great atate
tour of inspection, he will be accompanied
by Chairman Shonts .and Chief Engineer
Stevens, An entire day will be spent i In
viewing this difficult section of the canal
which haa ' presented aotnc of the most
ntfous problems in the great -work.
Inltrhmra Auk nr Ilalae,
Important meeting affecting the rela
tls between the' railroad's and their
switchmen will be hold In Chicago on Mon
day. At this conference the switchmen
of which will be done by the Indians.
Armory for. Lander, ''
LANDER. Wyo., Nov; 4.-Speclai.)
Colonel W. A Arnold of " Douglas, Wyo.,
was here the first of the week to select
a site for an armory" building and plan
for lta erection. ' It is proposed to build
an armory 48x140 feet and one story high,
to coat approximately $10,000. It will have
a reading room, billiard room and bath
not indicate anvthlng. nevertheless we have
made a thorough canvass of scattering pre
cincts In all parts of the state and the
returns from each indicate tne same result,
Attempt to Wort Liquor Dealers In.
Behalf of Patrick. .
PRAGfB, Neb," Nov. 4. (Special Tele
gram. ) On . Friday, .November 2, W. C.
Bchulx, vice president of the Liquor Deal-
will present-to -the road managements a ! rooms and win anora tne-young men a
requcsC Xfuj ..llie, ,-eish' --hour , day. but it Js. '; nn P'ace to spend , their t evenings., The
not expected tlyit this demand will be In- 1 building will also be provided with a stage
elsted upon absolutely. However, the and will be large enough for an, audi,
awltchtpen are- hj4 satisfied with, the rail- torlum.' The , chosen site - fa on Lincoln,
roads' tpiopOHltion to Increase r . wages 2 i between Thffd and Fourth,' and Is very
"cents aw1 hour and will try to 'secure a
better offer ln thls rcfaiect.' The outcome
of the Chicago conference probably will
govern relations between switchmen and
their employes throughout the country,
The meeting 'November 7 of the national
assembly at CettlnJe will mark the begin-
', Uraid Island ghats Out Kearney.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., Nov. 4. (Spe
cial.) yesterday afternoon in a downpour
of rain the Grand Island Business college
foot ball team defeated the Kearney In
dustrlah school-team , by a score of & to 0.
'ihe irame was a hard-fouaht one from
nlng of the parliamentary system of gov- start to finish and was anybody's game
crnment for Montenegro, which was pro- until the last whistle blew. During the
claimed hv Prince Nicholas December 19 , first half the Kearney men protested al
iiaiinea oy tnme jsiciuuaa uecenmer is lm)Ht eVftry decielon that the referee gave.
last. I They conunenced playing the game ac-
The French Parliament, which adjourned cording to laat year s rules and objected
lA'igorousiy 10 cnangmg meir niyie ox piay.
t wice during jihs nan tney were penalised
five yards for having their tackles and
ends in lllegul positions on the scrimmage
line. In the second half Prof. Matthews
acted as referee and got along splendidly
with the Kearney plhyers, although be
pen.'ilised them several times for fifteen
yards and called the ball back fifty yards
once ar.d gave it to Grand Island on an
Illegally executed forward paas.
Thir Sufforinp; Are UsuaUy
Duo to remlo Disorders
For Haps Unauspectd ;
A MEDICINE THAT CURES
I i T 1 HI
Caa we disput'
i Cthe well-knuwa
A women are ner
How often dowa '
hear the exprea-
on, "1 am so ner-
rotis. it seems as if
I should fly;' or,'
nnoy you and
tatvke von irritable ; you can't aleep.
you are unable to quietly and calmly
jierform your daily tasks or care for
your children. v
, The relation, of .the nervea and iren
erative organs in woman is to closa
that, nine-tenths of the nervous proa
tration, nervous debility, the blues,
4!eepiesane&s and nervous irritability
arise from some derangement of the
org-anism which wakes her a woman.
I'll of depression or restlessneaa and
Irritability ; spirits easily affected. ao
that one minute thc laughs, the next
iniuute weeps ; pain in the abdominal
region and between the thouldera;
loea of Toice; nervous dyspepsia; a
tendency to cry at the least provoca
tionall these point to nervous pros
tration. ( Nothing will relieve this distressiiny
Condition and prevent months of pros
tration and sufTerUidr bo surely as Lydia
J2. I'inUham'a Vegetable Compound.
Mrs. M. E. Sliotwell.of 103 Flatbuah
Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y writes:
- "I cannot express the wonderful relief I
Lave eiperieaiced by taking Lrdia E l irrt
kam's VegeUblo Couqiound. I auttwed for
a long time witt nmrvoua prostration, back
a.he. headache, l-.wa of appetite. I rculd
not altwp and would walk the floor almost
"1 had three din'tors and got no better, and
life a bur, ten. I u adviwsl to try
l.vdia K. I'inkhama Vegetable CouipouuJ,
and it ha worked aoiHlmi f. tn.
"1 am a we'l woman, ro v nervounnetji is all
f oue and my friends say 1 louk Um years
i Will not the volumea of lettera from
women tukdi strong- by I.ydia l. l'ink
hams Vegetable Conieund convince
ail women of it virtues? Surely you
cannot wi.-di to remain sick, weak
and discouraged, eahauatd each day,
w hen you can bo aa ewiljr cured a
towit: A snlendld fusion Increase. You era' association, was In. town working In the
may say that the entire fusion ticket will intpBt of Aies.'ljiyerty. republican can-
Weather May Cot Klarare.
As indicated by the kbove statements,
both republicans and democrats are Satis
fied with the political outlook on thin, the
eve of election. Final orders have been Is
sued by both chairmen and nothing nOw re
mains except to wait for the returns. Both
chairmen believe the weather may cut quite
a figure In the result. There Is no question
the reports Indicate the farmers are with
the republicans. If it is pleasant weather
next Tuesday many of them may prefer to
stay in the cornfields and work rather than
go to the polls. Should It be a bad day the
republican officials expect a - big farmer
The campaign Just closed has not been of
a spectacular nature, though several big
meetings have been held by both parties.
For the republicans, IJrown apd Sheldon
have been the drawing cards, and neither
was able to fill the dates requested by the
various towns in which republican meetings
were held. For the democrats, Bryan and
Shallenberger have done nearly all of the
speaking. Both committees have used the
In this, hls-last word with republicans be
fore the votes are cant. Chairman Rose of
the republican state committee desires to
Impress upon them the danger of over-confidence.
He desires to urge every repub
lican in the state, regardless of the repub-
dldala for .seruUr. On the same date the
following .ltjtter. was received by all saloi n
keepers, a copy, Af, one written to J. A. 1,'bla
following: . - ... .( ,
WAHOO. .Neb., Nov. 2. lst-To Jos. t'bla,
Prague, Neb. Dear Sir: 1 met W. R. Pat
rick, candidate for senator, at Weston to
day and find him all right and have come
to the conclusion that we should not fir lit
him, but give him our full support. Do
all you can for him from this on. Yours
respectfully, v SCHULTZ.
President L. D. A.
The above is a He and the letter Itself
bears the earmarks of jit. as . name Is not
spelled correctly, and Mr. Schulz la vice
president, not president. Mr. Eehulz was
communicated with today by telephone. He
brands this a He, as he did not write these
letters and ihad not seen Mr. Patrick as
stated. . F. J. POLAK.
FAT1IKR AMI SO. SETTLE LAWSl IT
Son Receives Fifty-Five Thousand
CHARLESTON, , Neb., Nov. 4. (Special.)
On the payment by William Otto to hla
son, Waldron Otto, of the sum of $35.fO0
car.K, settlement was made of what prom
Ired to be the most hotly contested case
and. one Involving the largest amount of
money of any suit ever tried In York
county;- About two years ago William Otto
deeded and gave a bill of site to aJl per
sonal and real estate owned by him in
ew of Nebraska.
KKNNARD The Plaes sale was well at
tended. The handsome sum of 111, MS was
realized from everything sold.
BEATRICE If. B. Gue of this city, who
was seriously Injured near David t ity by
being thrown out of a wagon. Is recovering.
DAVID CITY The farmers are buay in
this locality husking their corn, which
is going from thirty-five to fifty bushe's
YORK Mr. and Mrs. Hart are both sick
st Le Grande hotel. Mr. Hart Is a traveling
salesman and had nn attack of appendi
citis when he arrived at York.
DAVID CITY W. C. McOavock of
Springfield, 111., was in this city this week
making arrangmerirj to hold a Bhorlhorn
cattle sale In this city In December.
BEATRICE P. T. Lewellen of Fllley, on-?
of ttie first men to engage in busliies-s in
that town has sold his grocery store to C.
B. Taylor of Fllley and C. V. Clark 'of
KH.NNARD Nels R. Anderson returned
from an extended trip across the Atlantic,
wh--re he visited the pjst eight months
with relatives and old-tlm.e friends In
TABLE ROCK Word arrived here
Thursday of the death of John Fellers, who
was born and raised In this vicinity, at his
home near Jameson, Wash., on Monday of
DAVID CITY The campaign Is drawing
to a close and Is mighty hot Just at present,
especially on senatcr and representatives,
with prospects for the republicans of Butler
countv to win out.
SCHUYLER The weather for the last
week has been on the cloudy order and
started In to drizzle Inst night and ended
up in a fine shower of rain, making another
great help to the winter wheat.
COLI'MBIS Tho Karr-Nlchols brick
yard has shut down until spring. It has
moinert z.ft'li.O") brick this season anci nas
disposed of all of them except about 9,0;;0,
and they will be gone before spring.
DAVID CITY The David City High
school basket ball team went to York Fri
day evening and was defeated by the York
High school by a score of 28 to 0. The
York girls were a little bit too much for
DAVID CITY-R. L. Latimer was ap
pointed chief of police and C. T. Cross
nlgnt police, by Mayor Jr G. Ross, on
Wednesday of this week to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Ed Klrby
and G. X. Davis.
TABLE ROCK Mrs. Frank Brown. whOBe
husband was killed in the Swift yards at
St. Joseph, Mo., by a B. & M. train some
months since, and who recently brought!
suit against the company, wu at St. Joseph
last week attending the trial.
BEATRICE E. J. Stall of Omaha Is visit
ing in the city with his parents. He rets
resigned his position in the offices of the
IUUtimr.re & Ohio railroad and has taken
the position ef contracting agent for the
Lackawanna Fast Freight Hue.
SCHl'YLER The Schuyler basket ball
aeoMun opens here next Wednesday night
with the' Schuyler Originals playing the
Schuyler Athletics. There is much rivalry
between these teams, as they play five
games 'thl season for the championship
ui uie eny. -
YORK Fire completely destroyed the
large barn and contents owned bv Henrv
JueohfC a mile west of York: The loss
was SiOOO and was Insured with the Colum
bia Fire Insurance company of Omaha for
Jl.iflO. Mr. Jacobs Is at a loss to know how
the fire started.
COLCMBl'S Deputy Sheriff Lachnlt ran
In a number of Indians yesterday who bad
run away from the Indian school at Genoa,
on Wednesday. The deputy notified the
officers of the school that lie had captured
them and the officer came and took them
buck to the school.
BEATRICE Charles A. Eaton, to whom
the city council recently granted a gas
franchise, yesterday filed his acceptance of
the terms of the franchise. Now that this
has been done the company may prosecute
the work of building lis plant and getting
into shape to furnish gas.
PLATT8MOUT1I The present political
campaign throughout Cjss county has
(..roused but very little enthusiasm, except
among the ctridldates themselves. It Is
'stimated that Hon. George L. Sheldon will
receive from SO) to 1,(KX majority In this
county, while the others on the local ticket
F. C. Pest 10. ..Domlnlck Coserove
H. T. Clarke. Jr 10 M. Goggins
N. P. Iodge, Jr 10 W. H. Green
A. R. Harvey 10 F. A. McAnlle
Michael Lee 10 H. O. Moorhesd
Edward Ijeeder,.....10......John Fl. Reagan
F. S. Tucker 10 Otto Steuben
James Walsh 10 J. M. Tanner
H. D. Byrnm....
I. C. Filer
J. H. Knowles..
W. W. Roberts..
W. E. Anfin
C. J. Weborg....
II. E. Simons...
J. O. Milllgan...
O. J. Frost
.11 H. D. Schoettger
...14 Fred A. Howe
...14.. .Frank B. Lawrence
,...1R Charles o-.ttt
....lt J. Heffernsn
,.,.17 A. Fllger
.18,. Jas. MeGonnagle
.1 ..John Kuhl
Geo. W. Saunders, .2" ...8. L. Wetmore
Dr W. G. Fletcher. 21 James Alderson
Aubrey Smith 22 E. C. Hall
T. C. Alderson 23 .. ..Herman Zltkowskl
Ed I.euschen 24 James Gregg
W. F. Prowett 2b John A. W'eems
J. K. Pemeral 2" John C. Vanhouten
John Jepson 27 Emit Heislng
J. F. Pollack 27
John Halbot 28.... P. F. Fenlon
C. H. Conarro 2X J. M. Boten
F. A. Marsh 2!' G. W. Fuller
J. P. Stolx Ellsha Klnnev
W. J. Blystone . C. J. Long
K. W. Brown to.. .1 ,.H. W. Smith
Ned P. Brown So..! D. J. Coggln
Frank Re.1cha 30. .J., George T. Quick
hness. 1 wish to give the Minnesota
?r credit for fslr sportsmanship, Next
I hope we will have another chance
ven up for Saturday's defeat, for
ve we would stand a good chance ta
them." , 1
PROOF OF THE PASS ACCUSATION
Auburn Democrat Receives Transportation in
-Jt. . . (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Teb., Nov. 4. (Special Telegram.) Proof positive that the Burlington railroad and tha democratic state committee
are working hand-in-glove was ehown here today by the receipt of a pass by C. B. Galloway from Lincoln to Auburn and return. Mr.
Galloway la a democrat. He Is temporarily residing in Lincoln and the pas was given to him that he could go home and vote the demo
cratic ticket. It came from Auburn in a plain envelope and there was no writing in the envelope. It was secured from the Burlington
railroad by Dr. W. S. McGrew.
C. p. Galloway made no application for the pass and inasmuch as he Is hhy at work In Lincoln he will not avail himself of this
courtesy of the railroad company to return to Auburn to vote. ,
HK.KK IS THIS PASS:
f J " ,-, , 1 l -I -jr "-.. ',,C-:UUKI H'V - t ;
C I : ' v NCJ'T T'v.i.Y..fiS'.X ' -V. ; , X - ' , . j f,
-..... y- M ; r,-
- ,.t-J- -v, v ;--;: wrfi -f, v: -c.)l .'
HV: iLt'ss -""y.y-y.:- 'y"u:, ''
! ' -.oft
i f , a.
- V - 4. : t .-
..fl. R. Hall
.Dr. T. J. Chldester
Dr. J. D. Chase
..G. W. Huntington
......... W. C. Bates
.......P. A. Murphy
H. N. Swan
; Fred rtlttlnger
..1 Otis Moulton
W. J. Jones
M. D. Wright
A. P. Sprague
. r,. 1. coweu
Dr. L. S. Gllman...30.
Fred G. Johnson. ...31...
J, J. Rohrer 31...
D. J. Klllen 32...
U. W. McCullough.32...
Dr. C. H. Culdlce,..!...
W. C. Line S4...
J. P. Thleasen :t6..,
Samuel Logsdon... .37 ...
F. O. Edgecombe.. .37...
J. E. Hart
D. W. Baker US...
J. B. Buckley 3H...
Knill Hansen 40...
VV. I. Farley 41...
D. M. Nettleton....42...
Dr. A. J. Jennlson.,42 Vlfert Ooker
J. Warren Kelfer Jr. 43 C. E. Dedrick
Wm. Ft Renkle....44 ;.A. L. Smith
I. D. Evans 45 A. S. Howard
Dr. R F. Raines... 4fi C. Beswle
E. O. White... 47 Fred Thompson
A. L. Sctidder 41., C. T. Rvan
W. U Sundorup....4f ...... ..Soren M. Fries
T. H. Dornn 49 Truman Freelnnd
8. W. Green 60 H. R. Henrv
D. M. Stuart Siv. L. A. Jllso'n
W. H. Coryell 61 James J. Carlln
George Elliott R3 ,...G. M. Adams
E. H. Springer 53, 8, P. Delatour
J. P. Balrd..... 4 M. V. Menslng
WHllara Warren. ...&5...... Clarence Mackey
F. C. Wilson 56 W. J. Tavlor
C. T. Kinnie 67 , E. A. Brown
G. W. Barrett 5s.; Pat FitxgeraKI
K. G uamer (.tx...
M. W. Gregory f...
Frank Panlelson 60...
Willie Neft 61 ..
B. R. Claypool S2..
K. W. Roberts..... 63...
Frank Masters 64.
Philip Gllem 06.
L. O. Richardson. 6.
Col. J. C. Hill 7.
...W. 7j. Tillson
.H. T. Worthing
...D. W. Heacnx
'.'.'.P.' C.' 'r'tlnk
. .Ephralm Benjumln
...W E. Stewart
Johnson C'oaaty la Line.
TECCM8EH. Neb., Nov. 4. (Special.)
The republicans of Johnson county are
confident of a complete success at the polls
Tuesday. The head of the ticket will be
given the customary majority here and It
is confidently believed every man on the
county ticket will receive a majority. The
democrats will concede most everything,
but are banking great hopes on electing
C. W. Pool, representative from the Fourth
district, and think they havo a possible
show to land J. B. Douglas In the office
of county attorney. On the other hand,
the republicans appreciate the necessity of
keeping the democrats out of the legisla
ture. As a sort of a "last shot" the democrats
are going to have Hon. William J. Bryan
visit the city for an hour tomorrow morn
ing. He will speak at the temporary
tabernacle which has been erected for the
revival meetings now In progress here.
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 4.-(Speclal.)-On
the eve of election Indications point to a
majority for the entire republican ticket
in Gage county from the state ticket down.
There Is a strong fight belDg made on II. E.
Suckutt, candidate for state senator, and
S. D. Klllen, candidate for county attorney,
but leading republicans are of the opinion
that they will ala out.
LINCOLN, Nov. 4.-Upeinl-)-Fot ball -atock
of the ,l'plverslty of Nebraska f
mucn' nearer par this week than at anpt
previous period of the season. The Corn
HUDnrii unrivq .guui viiw rii.n
expected oefeat early In the season at the
hands of Ames, bat the unpleasant memo
ries of the disaster have been obliterated
by the sp.endld howlng made by CcarU
Fosters proteges In their clash of last
Saturday with the Gophers on Northruu
field, and when Foster and lila aquad re
turned home from Minneapolis they wera
given art ovation1 fully aa enthusiastic aa
if they had been the victors.
To hold the mighty Gophers more than
level In the first' half, twice endangering
their goal, was an achievement unexpected
by Cornhusker eupporters, and salves th"
wounds of defeat, which did not come until
tho final moments of the struggle. It was
frankly admitted at Nebraska that Minne
sota possessed the more formidable eleven,
and there Is solace In the realisation that
the Cornhuskers were overcome, by an
aggregation ranking with the strongest in
the college world-. '
Coach Foster, In discussing the contest,
said: "Nebraska was up against ft stronger,
heavier and more experienced eleven. Na
turally, I am gratified to. know that we
made so good a showing. The Ames de
feat was a splendid thing for 'the Nebraska
team. After that the boys took, a braes
and began playing real foot hall. I. guess
that the Minnesota rooters will not deny
that w played that kind of a game Saturday.-
. I think the- luck was against us,
however, in the first half,: otherwise we
should have scored. It was a clean con
test and free from all muckeriim and
roughness. 1 wish to give the Minnesota
players credit for fslr fporlSmanshlp, Next
Preparlnsr for Kansas.
The Nebraska players' returned home In
fine physical, condition, considering the
fierceness of Saturday's struggle. Not a
man on the aquad suffered anything mora
than superficial hurts and Coach Foster
expects every one Ho get Into the week's
practice without auy layoff.' Foster antici
pates a faltly easy game with Crclgliton
university next Saturday, and his men-will
go Into the contest under orders to take
no chances of Injury. Kansas cornea to
Lincoln the following Saturday and the
Jayhawkers are touted as a strong eleven,
requiring the best Nebraska has In shop
if the Cornhuskers are to win. Tha Chi
cago game, the' climax of Nebraska's
season, follows the Kansas contest, and
Foster Is determined that Nebraska ffcgJi
make a showing fully aa credit able aa ael
Saturday last In Minneapolis! .The Chicago
critics, hitherto, have been predicting a
soft anap for the Maroons when they face
the Cornhuskers, but this opinion. In all
probability, must be revised In ..view of
Nebraska's sturdy front against the Goph
ers. ' Coach Btagg and Captain Eckersall
of Chicago, both of whom wltnaased the
Mlnesota-Nebraska gome, wera quite frank
to express to Manager Eager t Nebraska
that , they ware morethari surprised "at Ne
braska's eipedltioif. "" ' "'" J
taa;a- Concratalates Nebraska.
Coach Stagg said to Eager;. -,"1 wish to
congratulate the' Nebraska 'team. The
Cornhuskers certainly , played ailperb foot
ball. They were well coached, otherwise
they could not have , put up such a strong
f tont. against Minnesota which is one of
the most powerful teartis It) the west. I
had no thought that.you could hold Minne
sota to one touchdown and two goals from
field. The showing made by Nebraska to
day means that Chicago Is going to have a
real foot ball game pn Its, hands when Ne
braska cornea, to Marshall field on Saturday,
Captain Eckersall echoed Stagg'S senti
ments and complimented the Nebraska
eleven on the versatility of Its style of
foot ball. Ralph Hoagland . of Chicago,
who was one of the umpires and who has
officiated In many ' of -Nebraska's games
during the past Jieveral years,' declared
that he had never seen a Nebraska eleven
nlay better foot ball. T
SERIOUS FAMINE' IN CHINA
Ten Million People Said to Be aa
the Verge of Starva
tion. SHANGHAI, Nov. 1 Missionaries report
a most severe famine In the northern part
of Klangau province. Central China. It is
estimated that 10,000,000 people face starva
tion. Loral magistrates are preventing peo
ple from leaving the region, but are taking
no steps to .provide them with food sup
plies. Serious dlsordrrs ars feared.
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Prices lOo, 25c 10c.
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