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TIIE OMAHA DAILY DEE: THURSDAY. XOVTttfTJET? 22. lOOT..
Uatomda the Liver, Open the Dowelt, Relieves the Kldaejrm,
The Safest and Most Reliable
HOUSEHOLD APERIENT WATER.
A WINEGLA SSF UL A DOSB.
FIGHT ON THE AMENDMENT
Railroads Said to le Planning to Teit the
Legality of tha Vfasnre.
(NATURAL APENTA CARBONATED),
IN SPLITS ONLY.
A Refreibias and Pleasant Aperient for Morning Use.
the followirnt ttstrment lcgardlng the.
tlnn.ces of the reception:
The tout amount colic, tod by he rc-cpilr-n
cm'niti,e n 7.S7n So. The total
fxp.nM of the reception ns 3.44. The
committee directed nio to consult with Mr.
I Brym In recm-d to the uses to be inmle
! (if th H1.171.e7 snip. us. In the mil lor
I subscriptions It vr.K stilted that tho t.
! f ess, f unv. w et.ld te uf d to clrculnte
PARTY VOTE TO BE UK POINT OF ATTACK 'he wh.ru wwi md at tho c-
! eeptlon, hut the rurpl'!e as to much
iHrg.r than a? e'xixxted thnt, on M
te Q-.M- Vt,ftb( Any Move
Witt Maae I titll Aftr thf
Adjoarnment ft Ihe
Bryan's advice, tho ; um of JO-i tvns --ont
i to tne pstionsl dem oer.itle congressional
! iomrnltee for us In the late ronsr -slot ;il
campaign. nti-1 fi-.e ti:ni ff waa given
ti tne ilemocntt lo state rimiritiop nf
Okiihoma for u-1.' In tho c.inipnictn on
whicn tho constitutional r. invention and in
oiieeMy two l ulled Pl.it. s somuori (!
j Tho remainder will be iisil for the oir
) nil itlon of tin- speeches delivered at the
i ! c ptlon.
I Mr. Bryjn left tonight for Kansas City
J to nltend the meeting jf tho Transmlssis-
sippl cnmmerclul congcss. lUfir lr:ivhi
I Mr. Fry.m hail 'n conferoiuo with T.lnyor
Hrnwn. us a result of which t s possible
Mr. Biyin may extend an Invitation to tho
next congress to meet nt Lincoln. A meet
ing with other Nehrnsknns already nt Knn
sns City will ho hPhl before a definite In
vitation Is extended.
chase. It In tl, ought the robber wilt mako
a !afe get-away.
Bole Exporters: THE APOLLIN ARIS CO., Ltd., London.
HILL ON GRAIN TRADL
(Continued from first fane.)
that time the stork of the Buffalo elevator
pool was selling at . They charged l'i
cents for unloading nnd a ciuartex of a
cent for shoveling. We included In ad.ll
tion Uururanco and rhatRcd for everything
but half of a cent per bushel, a saving to
thn grain shlppT8 nt 1 c:nt a hiiKhel.
TVhere we handled luO.Onn.omi hushels a year
thla meant a raving of l,tOAO a year.
Ve don't own the elevator now. We told
a gentleman who offered tin . ;!n0.000 more
for the elevator than it cont that he rould
save It. The olovator rharRp, however, la
till kept down to half h rent per hunlx-l.'
"Mr. Hill, do you own ony elovatur ptock
"No, wlr, I do not. I did onr:e. Whim
xoren ii'U tier and oiher!, mme years
ago, wanted to ereet a lOO.Ooo-huMhel ele
vator I told them the need was for one of
l.OUD.Ow bushels ca parity. I agreed to take
atock to aid In Uhts. When the elevator
-fas built and got to paying well the otlg
Inal partA'S bought out my stork.
Employe Onn o Sek.
"I want to say that no man la the Great
Northern road can own any Htork In Hny
thing along the line of the roud. If he
does, be munt leave my employ, even if he
were my own son."
Mr. Hill mndo a plea for the better
logi'.lizlng of elevator receipts given to
farmers. He said they should be negotia
ble, made as good as hank drafts, nnd that
thus the farmer could got a free market.
"I'd make the country elevators estab
lish relations with the terminal elevators,"
mid Mr. HIII.
"I'd have the railroad buKinen one thing
and the buying and soiling of grain an
other, and I would have, under the law,
every grain elevator a puhlie elevator."
"Pon't soma people think you charge too
much for freight?" upked Judge Koon, rep
resenting some of the elevator Interests.
"Well. I keep reducing charges," was tho
tnswrr, "and I don't know as I ever heard
if elevator men doing so."
favors federal Inspection.
"Do you favor federal Inspection of
grain? asked on or tne commissioners.
"Iierldidly I do," replied Mr. Hill,
though the change would not affect us."
B. Campbell, fourth vlca president of the
Great Northern, and A. J. Coftello. who
has direct nipcrvlslon of elevator business
for the Great Northorn, were summoned
to the witness stand but a few moments.
B. Smith, president of the Minneapolis
Chamber1 of Commerce and manager or
the St. Anthony and Dakota Klevator com
pany. In response, toj question, stated the
ohambor of commerce concerns have a bu
reau supported by assessments, which ur-
filt-h'S them all with statistical Informa
tion about the market. This Is used to
ascertain the prices which can be paid at
various stations along railroad lines where
there are elevators. These prices are sent
to but one elevator man at each station
nnd he distributes the Information to the
other levator managers. This snvea both
telegraph tolls -end time, as wiring every
separate elevator would clog tho wires with
WIDE RANGE OF DISCUSSION
(Continued front First Page.)
TRAVELING MEN GATHERING
Tlwy Handle TliHi Own Money, Draw
. Their Owu Salary ond Clear
Monthly from 500 to $?00.
Diamond lack's Opixtrtuulty.
Among the thousands of traveling men
of the United States who am sjpposod
to draw largo salaries, few own a home,
many are old men with hair a stiver gray,
atooped shouldered from the carrying of
heavy baggage, still living in rented
nouses. Hncrt the making of a manu
factured diamond by tho f'rencli chemlis
6f Paris, which Is imported and run
not be subjected to the control of the
federal government under the Interstate
Commerce clause of tne constitution. This
pioposltion la net now controverted ry tne
I-, vL vttru We hove no diMioslt ion to con
trovert It. In fact we are rather glad It
is so. becauMe the tendency to look to
Washington for relief and regulation of all
evils has grown to be much too common.
For the regulation of Insurance business
we imist therefore devise more effective
niethoda of state supervision and state
legislation defining tne right of policy
holders and fixing tho obligations of com
panies. But when all Is done lor tne reg
ulation ot the' business that can be hoped
for or dreamed r-f there Is one thing that
must ol necessity be left to Individual
enterprise local pride and ou.-iiie.t
sagacity; that Is, the development of the
Insurance business as tho great balance
wheel of commerce.
The twenty-three states and territories
lying west of the Mississippi river last year
contributed to Are Insurance companies
alone, premiums amounting to $70, ,(?; to
life companies. :;, fin a to otner
companies, $ll,011,(Ki; making a total ot
fUM.J.ti.i), not Including fraternal insur
ance. Of the companies other than life report
ing to tho Missouri department anu au
thorized to do business In this state, the
aKgregnto gross ussests amounted to over
tiyi.fl"".OiJi at the end of lost year, with a
total Income from permium and interest
earnings of over .W''j.0afi,ua". These ttgun s
reptesvnt values almost beyond the com.
pr-ht nsli.n of ordinary men, but these
totals, which Include branches of the In
surance business other than life, are by
coinpn I of m almost inslgnltlcont with the
correct .or, ding tctals of the life Insurance
companies. The life companies, oocordlng
lu the Department of Insurance of Mis
souri, huvc assets of nearly iVm.flno.UKt,
with an average annual Income of nearly
p'it i.O O.i'tl. The uverage annual disburse
ments of the I'fe comp'inlcs an all ac
counts whatsoever, amount to less than
0 pi r cent of their income, thus emphasiz
ing the Important fart that Insurance upon
lives conducted upon the legal reserve plan
contemplates laying aside a substantial
portion of each year's inconi- to discharge
obligations maturing in the 0!!tunt future.
This fact emphaises In the strongest
manner tne vital Importance from an
economic standpoint ot the western section
ot this country dulng a part at Unsl of
Its own biit-lnesK of life Insurance. tMher- I
wise.' financially speaking, It will remafn I
tributary and dependant upon the whim 1
of eastern financiers.
. Why do wo send our money to New
York to have It loaned back t, us when
we get hard upT
If great banking corporations are to ho
built up on U;e deposit of Insurance funds
let is le our own banks. -
If farns and factories, are to lie estaby
llshed by the use of insurant accum
ulations, then let It be the farms and
factories of the people who pay the
If railroads are to be built ami equipped
from this great storehouse of policy
premiums, let It be the railroads of thla
great TiansmlsslHslppi country and with
out first having our funds filtered through
the stock market of New York.
W. S. Woods, president of the National
Bank of Commrrce of Kansas City, spoke
In favor of a more flexible currency and
for the expenslon of our money sujply.
llu favored laws providing for the issue
of emergency currency secured by clear
ing house certificates.
Resolutions were presented us follows:
tfrtmi a Staff Correspmdent
I,tNCOI,N, Nov. .1. (Frecl.il.) it is re
ported here on good authority thai the rail
rends Intend to right tho amendment to the
constitution providing for a railway com
mission by going Into court at an early
date. Th report l ore Is that tho railroads
will enjoin the canvass of the vote on th"
amendment by the legislature nnd endeavor
to stop proceedings right nt the start. The
suit will bo lmsed, If It Is brought. It Is
wild, on the theory that It. Is Illegal to
adopt a constitutional amendment by count
ing for the amendment every straight party
vote csst when the party has endorsed the
amendment in Its state convtntion. This
report was brought to Lincoln by one who
believes he has kept a pretty close tab on
what the railroads are trying to do.
On the other hand. It Is said by others
who have studied the proposition from n
common sense standpoint thnt the railroads
will not attempt to block the railway com
mission until at least after the legislature J i,uhPl
has adjourned. To do so previous to tne
adjournment of the legislature, even If suc
cessful, would cause grief to the roads, for
the reason the legislature would tie in a
position and a mood to handle freight niter
without gloves, and the corporations would
come out at the little end of the horn.
To prevent the rallrcrid from blocking
legislation by killing off the railway com
mission a freight rate bill will be Intro
duced and passed, to become effective pro
viding the railway commission Is knocked
out. Kcpresentatlve Harrison, float, from
Otoe and Cass counties. Is working on a
freight rate bill to be Introduced during the
first part of the session, which. If the
amendment is held to be constitutional,
will not be operative, but otherwise It will.
In the meantime talk of a secretary to
iho commission has been started and the
applications for tho place will be numerous.
During the discussion of tho nmemlment In
the legislature It was the sentiment of the
members that tho man chosen for this re
sponsible position lie thoroughly competent
and reliable and thoroughly In touch with
the railroad question.
Oat After the Lobby.
Marshal Harrison, float representative
for Otoe and Cass counties, was In Lin
coln yesterday conferring with some of
the politicians relative to being a candi
date for speaker of tho bouse.
"It is up to the republican party to
carry out tho pledges it made during the
campaign," said Mr. Harrison, "and we
will carry them out. If we don't, then
we cut) never again go before the people j teen years. He was a
with any show of winning. I active In the Ancient
Nebraska 'XVInler t ors Show.
ine firth annual winter corn show, con
ducted by the Nebraska Corn Improvers'
association, will beheld at Lincoln Jan
uary H to 15. 1!'i7. All corn growers In the
state are urged to tale part. An exhibit
will consist of twenty ears, ten of which
will be Judged. After the show all ptljie
corn will be sold at auction for the benefit
of the association. Last year the first pi iae
corn brought tin. or at the rale of ti n) per
the highest price on record ever
paid for peed com. As usual a number of
valuable cash and special prizes will bo
A special two das' program will also be
given, with lectures. by experts nnd prac
tical corn growers. 'A big coru show and
good meetings are assured and every com
grower in the state should help push it
along. For further particulars, programs
and Instructions for selection and showing
corn address the secretary. K. G. Montgom
ery, Station A, Uncoln, Neb.
Home for Aaed relebratrd.
WFPT TOINT. Neh.. Nov. 21 (Special. V- j
The flrrt anniversary of tho establishment
ef the Homo for the Agod In West rolnt j
was properly celebrated last week by a so- I
cial entertainment given by the local clergy.
This Institution, hampered as rt has been.
rr want ef funds, has accomplished a won
derful amount of good among the aged snd
Indigent persons of the community. Nearly
a score of ag-d and dependent people are
t ired for there. Building Is und r way and
hi a short time the present temporary
structure will lip replaced b;' a large brick
bullilliiK. It Is the Intention of the founder
to ultimately provide lcr at least FiO uged
RAILROAD FIR EM AX IS KLI.UI)
Ron IHivn While Walking Through
FREMONT. Neb.. Nov. Li. itpeeal.)
Charles W. Monroe, a Northwestern loco
motive fireman, was run over In the yards
about 6 o'clock this morning and died nt
the hospital two hour later. He was par
tially conscious when found and said that
he had been struck by the switch engine
nnd both legs rut off nt the hips. As there
was no blood found on the engine wheels
it is thought lie must have heen hit by n
cr He said he was walking along the
track nnd saw the engine, but did not
think It was so near ljlm and did not blame
anyone. Engineer Limes of tho switch en
gine that Monroe thought struck him said
that he did not see him and did not think
It possible for the engine to have struck
and passed over a man without his knowing
P. Monroo was 42 years of ago and had
been employed in the yards for about fir-
member and quite
Order of United
"I find .a growing sentiment to break up (Workmen. DcgToe of Honor and Brother-
the lobby this winter, and Just as sure
as any corporation representatives bo
come too noticeable around the legisla
tive halls they will be barred. That Is the
sentiment from nieniberM-elect I have
talked with, and I f-el certain a resolu
tion will be offered and adopted to deny
the floor of the house to lobbyists. Tho
members elected to the legislature ar
going to curry out the demands of the
people and they will not be hindered by
the paid representatives of corporations.
"The appropriations should be well
looked after this winter, also. The plat
form should be carried out right at Jhe
first of the session and then 'appropria
tions should be carefully considered. The
university Is going to ask for a largely
Increased appropriation. It Is a question
In my mind whether tho university iii'edjS
any more money, and I think this propo-
hood of Locomotive Firemen and was a
consistent member of the Methodist Epls
copal church. Ke leaves a widow and two
daughters, cne a (tudent In the Fremont
High scheol und the other a gradualo of
tho school. An Inquest will be held tomor
EDWARD IS UULTY OF MIRUER
Jary Kays the Voana Man 'Was
Responsible for Death.
KEARNEY. Neb.. Nov, St. (Special Tel
egram.) After deliberating six and a half
hours tho jury befo"j'-which Everllt Edwards-
was tried returned, a verdict of
guilty. t Edwards Is the young man who
was arrested on the charge of murdering
Miss Anna Grosh of thla. city, some
months ago, by means of a criminal op-
. ! eratlon from which the girl died. A nio-
By J. P. Harris of Galveston, favoring
a liberal appropriation under continuing
com races by I tie teueral government for
the improvement ot the Harbors ot the
Gulf oi Mexico and the J'aellii- coast.
By 1.. U f'rmce ot New Mexico, favor-
. I Ina the estaoliHhment by congress cif a
' i, uil.ti.nl nptiMrlmrtil r.f mm., una nilnlni.
by William A. ny prince of New aiexieo, provld-
Mchull Company of New York, who have lug that the people, of New Mexico should
recently established a branch ofili o in " longer oe frni or sen -government
a state whenever It adopts a suitable con
stitution snd at. plies ior such admission.
trolled in this , cour.tiy
Omaha and gave the exclusive sale of i
the stone to N. P. Frandseu of 109 South j
Sixteenth street, it is found that the class I
of salesmen who sell the stone on the
road to bankers and business men of all
classes, are clearing from tft.OOU to S.O'i'i
annually, without linking u puck mule
of themselves or getting up at i ll hours
In the night to make his usual number I
uf towns, required by the arm be rt pre
sents. The fear is expressed by Jewelers
throughout tho country that the sale of
the naturul diamonda will sun'or just its
the traffic of natural rubles have surT'ti"!
atnea reconstructed ruble btcauie a com
mercial factor several years ugo un.l
means a revolution to the diamond trJile.
Tha alone Is declared by the leading
magazines the world uht, by Holme!
lapidaries and Baxter street brokers, to
be tha only one knov.n to science which
deceives the eye and test of the expert
and can at any time be placed up for
the same ceilateral as the gem dug from
the ground; Its construction is l.-li. ved
to be a quick process or rryst jlizalion.
Thousands of them are Is wor.i by
bankers and well-to-do business t.ien of
York, Chicago and ine
My Jt. K. w nitttmore . of hi. Louis, re.
sttiiming provioua acilou of the congress,
favoring the upbuilding of an Amenran
Former Governor Brady tonight deliv
ered u n address, which wa Illustrated, on
j The resolutions committee was organised
l tuls v, with John P. Irish of California ns
A resolution was offered by Harry Hnwes
j of St. Louis asking the congress to endorse
the action of the Deep Waterways ronveii
, tiou in St. I.ouis in advocating the building
of a d". waterway from the great lakes to
, t gi.il'. Mr. H iw-e offered OMother resol'j- j
lion which Wjs passed by the recent Deep
Wate i ways cnventl-.n. demanding that the I
; representatives of this country enter lnt.
, ro treaty with Great Prltaln which will
. If tut t the flow of water In any waterway
! wholly in the Fulled Stuus.
j At the afternoon -esion John Manet t.
liilted States mil Ister to Colombia, sprke
t :t "Traded filiations villi the Latln
I American Republic."
j following Minister Bamtl. and speaking
nloag the same general lines, briet talks
sltlon will be thoroughly Investigated be
foro the money is given to the regents.
Personally, I am in favor of a State Hoard
of control to manage nil of tho state. In
stitutions nd keep the Institutions out of
"Some of my friends have suggested
that I make the race for speaker, and
that la what I came to Lincoln for. It
may be that I will try for the place.'"'
Linker Uearlnft December It.
The taking of testimony In the alleged
lumber trust case will be resumed Decem
ber It". Judge Post, the referee In this
case, notified tho clerk of the supreme
court It would be Impossible for him to
bo In Lincoln before that dote and If sat
isfactory to tha attorneys the hearing
would be resumed then.
Jankla'a Office Free from Vices.
In the worda of Mrs. Nation, "If God had 1
Intended man to be a chimney he would
have turned his mate the other way," or
words to that effect. The above, verbatim
or in substance, will be the motto which
will bang over the door of Secretary of
Btate Junkln If he hanga up u. motto. Not
a single appointee of the new secretary
nor tha secretary himself chews tobacco,
smokes or swears, and this Information Mr.
Jui.kin vouches for himself. When he ap
pointed Mr. Watt and Mr. Smith he con
gratulated himself because these two men
were free from these vices. Then he ap
pointed Adatr Galusha and another man
free from these things was added to the
list. Of course, Mrs. Fletcher does not
smoke nor eherw nor swear, and If tha in
coming clerk yet to be appointed has these
accomplishments he or she would do well
to get rid of them Instanter,
t'oart Adjoaras Tbarsday.
Supreme court will adjourn at noon to
morrow or thereabouts, at which opinions
will bo handed down. The Indications are
at this time nothing of great importance
so fur us the stale is concerned will coma
Rrraa Entertains Friends.
Wllllnm Jennings Bryan was host today
st a luncheon at the Commercial club in
honor of his guest. Alexander Troup of
Connecticut. Tho guests were local demo
cratic i.ewspaper men and a few personal
friends of Mr. Bryan. Those present wei:
Mayer I W. Brown, George W. Bergo, J.
w r,,...in i i ej , r i xrt..nir.-.
I .... j-. . iii , - kiuu) .... .-vii -,
J. W. Cutrlght, T. J. Doyle, and Alexandir
Troup. Afttr the luncheon Mr. Troup met
a number of the members of the Commer
cial club. Mr. Prji.n and Mr. Troup will
go to Kansas City tonight lb jttend the '
Transmisstppi Commercial congress. Mr. I
Biyan will deliver an address tomorrow
Hon. Alexander Troup of New Haven,
Cor.n., treasurer of the New York Bryan
reception lomml'.too, hat, with his wile
und daughter. It;i visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Bryan for a few days. Today he gave out
j tlon for a new trial was overruled by the
j court and the prisoner will be sentenced
some time this week. 1
o Trace of Robbers.
CALLAWAY, Neb., Nov. 21. (Special.)
J. M. SavUlge and Charles iKixsoe of
this city, who were on the trull of the
sure blowers who visited this city Sunday
night, returned last evening after an all
day chnse, but secured no duo as aj what
direction the robbers went. Yesterday
morning a farmer residing about four
miles west of the city came In und re
ported that two men on horseback had
passed his house about 4 o'clock, and, fol
lowing this clue, these gentlemen sturted
In pursuit, but could learn nothing fur
ther of the men In question. It is re
ported hete today that Sheriff Richardson
is in the vicinity of Arnold, an Inland
town twenty miles to the northwest, and
that be found a loose pony which no one
Id that locality claimed, but further than
this nothing more has been heard. Unless
the Union Pacific detectives take up the
Arns of Nebraska.
HEKA1ER Mr. Richard Harrison has pur
chased the lt.enier lintel property, trading
for it forry ar-res of land.
BEATRICE The frst heavy snow of the
reason loll here yesterday. The ground is
covered to the depth of several Inches. ;
F''H TYLER Dr. Thomas Illcglns was!
appointed city physician by the cltv conn-
i ll i'uesd iy evening to act while Dr. Cot- j
bin Is away.
Kt'PTIS Herman Wedecaeiiner. a farmer I
resi.llnir near Eustis. was opemted upon j
eftcrit;.y tor appendicitis. Wedegaertncr j
died nt 4 a. in. I
i EivA.KAH The funeral of Mrs. J. S.
Crue was held this morning and the re
mains were taken to Elgin, III., her old
home, for burial.
SUPERIOR More than the average num.
bor of new residences have already been
completed here thin season and more arc
In proces.-, of construction.
NORTH PLATTE The High School ca
dets hive received their n'W uniforms.
They are dark blue, trimmed with black
maul, r.r.d the regulation army cap.
NORTH PLATTE A company, com
posed of Henry Waltemath. P. A. White,
K. K. S"( berger and others, has p.n
ehiscd the opera hdisi for u considera
tion of $4, i.'.
El'STIS--Eusiis now Is tiie proud pos
sessor of a curfew and fire bell. Marshal
Smith, ably assisted by several prominent
citizens, crecred the tower and hung the
bell last Saturday.
BEATRICE -Yesterday ofternoon was
polemnraed the marriage In county com t
of Mi- 1'redeHck Wleclernmn of Blue
Springs and -Miss Eipma Nles of Ellis, I
J.olge Spafford officiating.
El'STIS Fred Altensee has let tho con
tract for a ;'Sx.12 dwelling house, to bo
erected in the northwest part of town.
E. 1 Ciiailleld has the contract and work
will commence right away.
EUSTIS As n business center nnd trad
ing point Eustis is right in Tront. It
is stated by good authority, 1 lint there Is
more merchandise unloaded here than at
any other town on the; llighline.
BEATRICE Vein Ayera arrived In tha
city vesterday from Hebron to take tho
position of day operator at the Burlington
station to succeeo i-.ee .-sasn, woo nan en
tered the dispatcher's ofllce at Wymore.
BEATRICE Yesterday Rawlins post No.
.Vi Lira nd Army of the Republic, received
from the government thtrtv-etx markers
to be placed on the graves of tho deceased
veterans interred in the Beatrice ceme
teries. SCHUYLER J. J. Ryan, who haa been
in business In Schuyler for the last two
years, has dosed out his stock of mer
chandise and will manage the W. J. Hlg
rilns stock of dry goods and clothing at
TEKAMAH R. A. Templeton of this
place, has sold the forty-acre tract ot
land aajoining town iu tmiTin:i! enjui
tor $5.tint. This Is the highest priced
piece of land thathas been sold In this
vicinity for some time.
NORTH PLATTE From Information ob
tallied from a Burlington official, the B.
& M. will bring into North Platte at least
ion families and a proportionate number of
young men, all of whom will be employed
by the company In the several capacities.
BEATRICE L. W. Matquis, a young
man employed on the farm of M. E. Harms,
who resides near Plckrell. has made a
record husking corn, in twenty days he
gathered 2,'iSo bushels and In three and
a half hours he husked sixty-two bushels.
COLUMBUS Lawrence McTaggert, who
has ben In Uncle Sam's navy for the
oast four years, has served his time, has
an honorable discharge and is at home.
Ho did most of his service in the far
eastern waters and has been in almost
every foreign port.
P.VPILLION Sheriff McEvoy arrested a
oldler from Fort Crook this morning.
He was' taken before County Judge Ehlers,
charged with a serious offense. His nnme
is given as Charles H. Catuc and he Is
about a years old. He pleaded guilty and
was held to the district court.
SUPERIOR A fall of half an inch of
snow, with Indications of more, prevails
here this morning. The mercury at 7 a.
m. was IS degres above zero. The weather
has seriously interfered with building work,
uianv buildings not enclosed waiting for
moderation of tha weather for completion.
EUSTIS The firm of Kllngman & Har
rop. the liverymen, have purchased two
automobiles, which they will use as a
inonns of -transferring passengers between
Coziid, on the Union Pacific railway, and
Eustis, on the Burlington. They will
also run a machine to Stockvllle, the
COLUMBUS. The Commercial club of
Columbus held a meeting at the council
chambers lust evening on the call of the
president and secretary, Messrs. Phillips
and Abbott. It was for the purpose of
adopting rules and bylaws and getting
In shapo to boom Columbus and make It
a city of two score and 10.000.
v BEATRICE In the district court yester
day Judge Kelllgsr dismissed the Jury for
tho term for the reason that there were
no cases ready for trial. In the case of
Hector Murray against the Wabaska Elec
tric company the court appointed G. P.
MktvIii of this city receiver, and It Is un
derstood that he will nt once take steps
to start the plant recently closed down and
i"nns ,! I r ' "e
Bis Burners and Heaters
(A Maximum ef beat, ntn
i . . P..H-
linuui til rosi. easily
operated and a comfort la
ere growing; more In favor
every day. Sales are ron
They have a lame whlto
enamel oven, a hot blast
fire back, a fuel-saving
fire box, a non-warping
top and many other im
provements not found In
The users of BueVs are
our best advertisers, and
the longer you use thera,
the better you like them.
Let us show them to
you and explain their
points of difference.
L 2Sl Carpet Co.ji
j rm . rr r -wv lssmb - '
L SraBkaaaaaa, Opium, KarpUas,
Cooalaa and otasr drug adcUotioaa are
2 Therefore. sr.lcmUflc medical treat
ment la necessary.
3. In case of sickness, none but the
best should be accepted.
4. Our treatment is known the world
over, and has proved its merits in over
i. We give value received, and thnt
Is the reason wo are at the head in our
. The only Keeley Institute In the
state of Nebraska Is located in Omaha.
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Tickets on Sale Dec. 1st to
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CITY OFFICES, 1401-3 Farnam St.
Riley Bross Co.. Omaha
have bad experience wiin tne genuine
article by finding them a bad investment,
and thousands of -utvn broker have
loaned nionuy em them without the bast
suspicion of detection. The atone Is sold
direct to the wearer, by the salesmen, and
the public aie none the wiser. It Is In
great demand, the Jewelers from all over
the touatry are . rumbling tor the lol
ae-ncy In their towns. William A. Scholl.
kNa throughout the slates as "Diamond
Dic!" is tontinuail after inure men It.
selling price is aboui one-iiiuii 0i ilmt
iliuigcd (v( the' genuine rton
west who wrr) U1ade by Minister Calderon of Bolivia.
Minister Pardo of Peru, Minister Cortea of
Cole mblu. Ser.or Gurgti do Amarrl, first
secretary of the BiaxWIan legation, and by
Albert Yoaehurr. charge d'affaires of the
Wabaak Salt at St. Lanla.
ST. I-Ot'lf1. Nov. H.-The heating of the
suit of the Waiwsh Railroad company to
en).. In the ills i.iirl rWrd 01 Railroad and
Warehouse con.in'sslnera m,d Attorney
General Hudley from ei.forclng the niaxi-
m ion tre'ght liw w.. resumed today. The
sail is ihe e--.id of eighie-n that have
; i-ovi i.r uahi to jr.vciit :h sui'ji c?mt:ivt
id Die Um.
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