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ny's PI Pork Saus;e, Hot I'akes
and New Maple Bymp for a moit 1
Imported Bwlas Cheese, per lb 35c
Gtngan Bnsps. pr lb c
Msrvelll Macaroni, per pkg. ....... 1;
Zest, pr pkg 7c
llome-Orovn Bwert Potatoes.
Tokay Graphs, per basket
New York drapes, per bosket.
Excellence Flour, per sack ...
Prunei. per lb
MUed Nuta. per lb..
New Almonds, per lb i.
Plain lettuce, four for
Neufchatel Cheese, each
Jello. par pkf
pt. Maaon Jare, per dot.
H-rl. Maaon Jars, per doi...
. . 25c
If nuor Dent. Specials S
FOR SATURDAY ONLY $
On. smAll boltl ot Vlrflnla Dare
Wine FREE) with rr Quart of
Courtney's Meats J
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whera to spend It. Make a practice
of buying- your Meats at Courtney a,
where you will alwaya get the besi
quality for your money. Tor yoiu
Buntiay dinner w n.
Choice Veal Hoast (loin or rib) at
par lb l3 I
rhiM vJ Roast, shoulder, at S
Clicnoe Vea4 Roast, breasts,
nr lr c
l,0iK lba. Choice Lamb lf
per lb. iztic
l.OuO lha. Choice Rump Roast at
liKTiba.' Choice' Bklnned Ham at
per ib. l-W
t Li iv.a rrtiniri Breakfast Bacon
'.oi'. nr Ih 13HC
From I p. m. to 10 It. m. wa will sell
i .A ih choice Rollins: Meat at
BOO lba. Country Bausae at, per Ib.ic
Anrtney & Go
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ficsh roasted, per can
AX.T Beat table, S lb.
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COM New pack, sugar 2SC
sweet, I cana for
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to close out. fully guar- . J JJ
anteed, per aack
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made from the beat and JJg
pureat materials, 4 loaves for.. Y
CAXXS Our fine l-layer white, well
known for their home made JCg
excellent quality, each
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dressing, per lb
BOIXrNO BUST Lean and Kf
tender, per lb
tvrXAX Best Shoulder, corn 25c
fed, I lbs. for
BIB BjOABT Best corn fed If).
beef, per lb. 12 c and I,t
Johnson & Good'.ett Co.
SOth and Lake 8t.
vnita Webstar 1B7B.
Independent, B 1875.
Fresh Home Made Candy
' Tomorrow, (Saturday) Oct. 10th,
aa will open our new department,
Fresh Home-Mad Candy
Freh Good. Popular Price.
Special for Saturday:
60c Smart Wet Chocolates . . . . 39c
(JOc Myer's Hpeclal 29c
We are serving hot soda, sand
wiches, etc. See us before and af
ter the Bhow.
Myers-Dillon Drug Company
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Rooms with running water, $f.so and uf
Willi ATM, $2 ANO UF. SUITES, AND UF
Write for particulars.
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W. H. VALIQUETTE. M anaoer.
ALo Hb BERWICK. Rutland, vt.
P.nOAPWAT AVD S3D
BKUALD QU:.. N. T. L1TY.
TUB MOST CKKIKAL LOCATION
the HiOKK8Tt-i-or -''rfa'C "rr
York boli( fur
thi tiellence ef Ht
NEXT MEETING IS. DENVER
Colorado Capital Capture! Tranimis
OPPOSITION TO PARCELS POST
Henry T. Clarke ( Nebraska Ele
Vice Prealaeat ssd T. W. Brent .,
Meaaber ( Eaeratlre
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. I. A Bumbling
after half a day of recreation, the delegate
to. the nineteenth session of the Trans
mlsslsslppl Commercial congress listened
to practical addresses on the development
of the west.
A ni'W flood of resolutions deluged the
sreretary'a desk today. The committee on
resolutions Is determined to recommend a
resolution urging the necessity for a re
juvenation of the merchant marine and hat
also decided to report adversely the resolu
tion oommendlng the attitude of Postmaster
General Meyer on tha subject ot parcels
Denver and New Orleans fought out tha
question of tha 1908 meeting placa nod
W. O. Hart of Louisiana then urged the
claim of New Orleans to tha convention ot
Pryor ea Cattle RaUelac.
Colonel Ik T. Pryor ot Texas delivered
an addresa on cattle raising. lie aojd in
part: . .. ,
Few realise the Importance and magni
tude of the subject assigned me, via: "The
Live Stock Industry of This Country."
The number of Cattle, hogs and sheep
(Including milch atock), In tha United
States January f, 1 and their estimated
value as given by the Agricultural depart
ment, are as follows: Milch cows, 21.lM.ffO
head at Si&l.'wi.ilOO; bref breeds, FO.073,0no
head at l6,t)M.u; sheep. Bl.l.(H) hesd at
Jll,73,OOt; hos, BH.tM.OOO head at IIWSO,
ft. Total, 181,9,000 head at $2,O4.7Hl.on0.
The live stock producers of the tranemlK
slpslijpl district wlil demand durlna; the tv-xt
eessfon of congress ftrong recognition for
thlr interests In the tariff revision which
will be undertaken In the Sixtieth congrpse,
and from this time the live stock Interests
not only of the transmits ssippl district, but
of the entire Vr-iU-ri States, still demand
equa! conld-rat!.- n with all cthtr Interests
or like importance in reclpiocal measures
adopted by the United States, and 1 sin
cerely trust ti le rraonlzittlon will pre(s
upon those who represent them In conjre
the importance Hfid necessity of proper
consideration for this great Industry.
O. W. Dickie of San Francisco spoke on
the merchant marine and its shortcomings.
One of the messages received today by
President Case was from E. II. Harrlman,
In which he expresses disappointment "Not
to be with you all and go over our experi
ences of the last decade and to assure you
that there la as much ahead as lies behind
us If we only work togctner."
Among the resolutions Introduced today
waa one by Mr. Hart of California, de
mandlng an annual appropriation by con
gress of at least $50,000,000 for the general
Improvement of rivers and harbors, en
dorsmg the project for a deep waterways
from the lakes to the gulf; favoring espe
cially the Improvement of the Missouri and
Arkansas rivers; endorsing the construction
of nn Intel-coastal canal from the Missis
sippi to the Rio Orande; ratifying the ut
terances of the president on the subjects.
and favoring, If necessary, the creation of
a department of public works.
Vice Presidents (hews,
The following vice presidents were chosen
by the congress to tepresont various states;
Missouri A. L. Bcarrett.
Iowa Levi Baker.
Nebraska Henry T. Clarke.
North liakota H. V. Arnnld.
South l'akola Dr. R. L. Smith.
The following were chosen membera of
the executive committee:
Iowa Robert Hunter.
Nebraska F. W. Brown.
North Dakota N. O. Larlmore.
South Dakota J. M. Ross.
TATE CO.lTENTIOV OF I1APTI9TS
Lincoln Is Selected a Place for tho
PAWNEE CITY, Neb., Oct. ".-(Special
Telegram.) The Nebraska Baptist atate
convention it last day began work at I
o'clock In the morning by reports of the
following committee: Obltuarle. Rev.
Huston, Ord; relation with Free Baptists,
8. Hudson, Hastings; changed condition
In tho state. Rev. H. B. Faakett, Strums-
burg; resolutions, Rev. B. F. Fellman
The convention declared Itself In favor of
co-opcratton with the northern Baptist state
convention, also in favor of the plan of
federation with other denomination. It
wa decided to establish a Bible chair In
the state university if possible.
The report of Treaaurer W. E. Rhoades
waa received. The committee on education
reported by Rev. B. F. Follman, Omaha.
Officers-elect of the education society:
President, Rev. E. R. Curry. Omaha; first
vice president. Rev. J. F. Watts, Falrbury;
second vice president, C. F. Sheaf f; aecre
tary, Prof. J. L. Beyl, Grand island; treas
urer, Rev. C. B. Stephen, Kearney.
The annual statement of Orand
Island college waa presented by President
An address wa delivered by President
P. W. Crannell of Kansas City Theologi
The conference on evangelism was con
ducted by Rev. J. A. Francis, D. D., New
At th session of tha brotherhood a con
stitution wa adopted and R. O. Williams,
Lincoln, waa elected president and Rev.
L. M. Denton, Lincoln, secretary, with
the officers elect and A. Lanalng, .Dr. A.
H. Felch, Beatrice; B. F. Taylor, Strom
burg; Rev. B. F. Fellman, Omaha; C. A.
Schappel Pawnee City; O. P. Sarbar,
Grand Island, and C. H. Kays, Western,
a a central council. Addresses were de
livered as follows: "The Needs of Pres
ent Day Christianity and Uie Duty of
Christian Men.1' President R. O. William;
The Men and tha Missionary Enter
prise," Rev. B. 8. Hudson.
During the society service Rev. B. F.
Fellman addressed the convention on
"The Church and tha Worklngman." and
Rev. 8. Z. Balten of Lincoln on "The So
cial Task of Christianity."
In the evening after a musical concert
Dr. J. W. Conley of Omaha delivered an
address on "Baptist and True American
Ism," and Rev. D. Menbank of Kansas
City on "Tha Kingdom In the Lands Be
yond." The neat anniversary will be held with
the First church of Lincoln; Rev. C. U.
Stephens, preacher of the annual . ser
mon; Rev. W. W. Martin. Pawnee City,
irnate preacher; missionary sermon
by Rev. B. F. Fellman. Omaha; Rev. J.
L. Hedbloom, Norfolk, alternate.
LAXDSEKKElt KlLl.fcD BY CARS
Takes o Pilot of Eagln and Falls
OS .tsr O'Neill.
O'NEJLU Neb.. Oct. a (Special Tsle
giuin.) C. C. Redman, a barber of at. Ed
ward. Neb., aged 30 years, waa killed by a
Northwestern passenger train as It was
entering the yarda here at 11:30 last night.
Redman and a companion named James
MrKelvi-, also from Bt. Edward, while
both had tickets, boarded the pilot of tha
engine at Oakdale. As the train was en
tering the yards Redman fell off and wa
ground to death beneath the wheel of tha
landseekers' excursion train. Hs wa not
rolsaod by hi companion until tha train
reached bora, aa McKeJvey claimed ha had
hi back lurried toward bis companion. An
lnqueet was held this afternoon and the
Jury returned a verdict of accidental death.
Hrlmtn waa coming to O'Neill to register
for the Tripp county land drawing.
STEPHEN A. DOUGLAS IS DEAD
SAB ssl Naatraako of l.Mtl Claat
Dlea adde-atr la Home la
CHICAGO, Oct. I.-Stephen A. Doug as,
son and namesake of the great rival of
Abraham Lincoln, died suddenly at his
home. M Bast Twenty-second street, last
night. Yesterday Mr. Douglas, with Wil
liam II. Taft, delivered an oration at Gales
burg, 111., at the fiftieth anniversary of the
famous Llnoln-bov.glas debate.
His speech was delivered on Knox col
lege campus, on the exact site where fifty
year before his father had contested the
great national Issues with Lincoln. The
speech of yesterday was the last of a ser
ies of campaign speeches made In the last
few weeks by Mr. Douglas, and he com
plained of fatigue and a severe cold on his
return trip to Chicago. He collapsed sud
denly after dining with his family and
died before the arrival of a physician. .
Mr. Dougla was 68 year old. He was
born in North .Carolina, but had been
resident ot Chicago for thirty-five years.
He wa an attorney and prominent in re
publican policies. : In 1891 he wa proieout
Ing attorney of Chicago, a widow sur
In the day of the old Sunset club here.
Mr. Douglas wa considered one of the
wittiest and best after dinner speaker In
W. S. CARTER GRAND MASTER
Secretary of Loeometlrr Firemen's
Drntherhod la Chosen Head of
COL,LMI)fS, O., Oct. 9.-W. S. Cnrter o."
Peoria, 111., waa today elected gran J muster
of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen
and Englnemcn to succeed John J. Hannu-
nan. Mr. Carter has been secretary of the
organization ior a numDer oi years, .nr
Hannalian has been, an officer In the
brotherhood for twenty-three yeara. IK-
waa elected vice grand master In 1885 and
waa elected grand master six year ago.
St. Faul was chosen a the place for the
next meeting on the eleventh ballot, rrcelv
Ing 863 votes, while Mobile wa second with
Additional officer were elected tonight
a follows: Assistant grand master, C. A
Wilson, Phllllppsburg. N. J.; first vice
grand master, Timothy 8hay,-Peoria, 111.;
second vice grand master, Eugene Ball,
The office of assistant grand mnster Is a
new one created at Hie present meeting of
MRS. SOTHERN DENIED DECREE
Nevada Judaic Declines to Consider
Salt of Actress I'ntll She
Appears In Court.'
RENO, Nev., Oct. 9.-Judge Pike ha
refused to grant Virginia Harned Southern
a divorce from her actor husband, Edward
"This. I think. Is a very unique proceed-
Ing for a pnrty to attempt to secure a
divorce wmioui appearing in court, l inmic
I will deny ine.uecree. ii me interested
partle do not deem It or enough importance
to grace me court wun ineir presence, l
jVah' audi wliw th.l. famllv A I ,ka n.,,.
u.. v t..j ...... ....-..I
Should De airea nere.
Mra. Sqthern la seeking a legal separa-
Hon from her husband on allegations of
desertion and failure to provide. Judge
Massey read deposition or Mrs. Sothern
ana jueanor sogers or isew ioik support-
ing the contentions, ssa evidence wa or-
fered on the part of Sothern.
The court atatea he would take the mattor
under advisement until It could be nscer-
talned whether Mrs. Sothern could find it
convenient to appear In court.
MORE FLIGHTS BY
American Aeroplanlst Haa Dlstln-
a-uishrd Passengers In His
I .EMAN3, Oct. . Wilbur Wr ght, the
American aeroplanlst. today made sev-
eral yights wiucn were witnessed ny
Dowager wueen xuargneriw ot jiaiy ana
among ins passenger were ieuienani
Hcni.ral ntitlAn.Pnwll nf iht MrlHaVi
army. Count serge KacenaKorr, a cham
berlain to the Russian emperor; Mrs
Bllee and Commandant Bouttleaux, di
rector of the Military Aerostatic park at
During these flights, which were not of
very great length, Mr. Wright kept hla
machine comparatively close to the
ground, except the flight In which he
carried Commandant Bouttleaux, when ht
nded to a height of seventy-five feet.
Later Mr. Wright was orejented to the
dowager queen, who warmly tongratulatod
him. A public subscription has been
opened at Lemani with the object of pre
senting a testimonial to Mr. Wright.
MEETISO OK THE FOHAKER CLVI1
Addresses Delivered br Thomas Hoi-
Hater and W. O. L're.
Tom Holllster and W. Q. Ure, republican
candldates for county attorney and county
commissioner, respectively, addressed an
enthusiastic meeting of the colored For-
aker club In Idle wild hall. Twenty-fourth
and Grant street, Thuraday night.
In speaking of hi candidacy, Mr. Hollls-
ter arked the support of those present
merely on his merits. Paying a compliment
to hla opponent, James P. English, Hollls-
ter Called attention to the fact that Eng-
llsh has twice held the office and had
been a candidate four times. The speaker
also made an urgent plea for the support
of A. W. Jefferls, the candidate for con-
W. O. Ure. candidate for county com-
mlsaioner. gave an outline of the recent
acoomolishimnt of the republican party,
national and tate. and also recounted the
excellent work done under the regime of the
Dresent county board, of which he I a
With reference to th meeting to be held
In 'Washington hall next Monday night, at
which W. T. Vernon, one of the nation'
leading colored men and regleter of the
treasury of the United States, will be the
speaker of the evening, a committee of
even was appointed by the president to
confer with member of the state and
county central committeea In regard to the
arrangement for the meeting.
Among those who were present atWThur
day nlghfa meeting were President Q. V.r.
Hlbbler. George Dickinson. Loul Carr. C.
W. Wlgglngton. S. Brown, Prof. V. J.
Johnson, A. II. Wlllla. M. F. Singleton,
Harry Taylor and Dr. M. B. Jone.
Where Willi Was.
There I a humorous story
Twain's 'absent-mlndedr.ese" but It doesn't
match the n-llowlns:
The Professor (at the dinner table) Oh.
by the way, Mrs. t'hopit ck, have you seen
your little noy. in e, mieiyT
Mrs. (jnopsncKs .o, troiepsor; i navel". ., . v . .
not seen him since 10 o-c1ihk: and I can't
imagine what Iiils become of him. In fact,
am very murn worrieu a imn aim.
. v. ra.Hir.w. ifvmr Biarina nfiiir
out that a ass or waier juai now, re
minded me of something that I had on my
mind to leu you sometime u wi.i.
unroriun-ie.v "'T'""'.' 'i
ln.i atwint ID oelucK. 1 inina. mill mw
little Willie fall down the well. Atlanta
M. Want Ada fur Business Booster.
MORE TRAVELING FOR TAFT
Three Days in Ohio to Be Followed
by Southern Tour.
THREE DAYS IN H00SIER STATE
Week of October 2 to Be Fpeat la
New York Recrotary Rtraas to
Make Short Trip Throak
CHICAGO. Oct. ".-National Chairman
Hitchcock announced today that beginning
next Monday Mr. Taft will spend thsee
days In his home state, and after vllts to
Maryland, West Virginia and poss.bly Ken
tucky and Tennessee, the republican candi
date will stump Indiana on October 22, 23
'Some chanire were made In Mr. Taft'
plan today. I have arranged to give Ohio
three davs. October 12. 13 and 14. During
the six days followlnr the trip through
Ohio, Mr. Taft will speak In West Virginia.
Maryland and possibly one day in Ken
tucky and one day in Tennessee.
Mr. Taft will b In Indiana tor tnre
daya, commencing October 22.
Mr. Taft will apeak in aeveral Connecti
cut cltle during the daytime of October 26
and in Brooklyn the evening of the ame
day. Mr. Taft wlll ba In New York all the
week of October 28. . On October 28. Mr.
Taft, Governor Hughe, with George A.
Knight of California, will speak at Madison
National Chairman Hitchcock said to
night that Mr. Taft would speak at Wheel
ing, W. Va., on the night of October 14.
The chairman hope to have Mr. Taft apeak
'n Louisville next Thursday night. Mr.
Taft will apeak In Youngstown, O., the
night before election, ana may appear in
Chicago on October 24, before hi awing
Secretary Straus, of the Department of
nmm.r.ft and t.k,,, wm ,Deak In Clnoln
nstl on October 19; Indianapolis, October
!; Chicago, October 21; St. Louis, October
r2, and Louisville, October 23.
Mr. A. I. Vnry tonight announced fiat
Tudge Taff Ohio Itlnenry will be stared
from Cincinnati Monday morning, with;!
short stops at several towns and a night
meeting at Akron.
The Taft special will leave Akron Tues
day morning and there will be abort i
stops that day at a numher of towns.
East Liverpool get the night meeting
Leaving that city the morning following,
Judge Taft will make short speeches on
Wednesday at Wellsvllle, Cadlr. and Steu-
I benvllle, and apeak Wednesday night at
Governor Harris of Ohio will accompany
Judge Taft na far' a Wheeling.
REAL THING IN SKYSCRAPERS
Recent Computations Add to
Statnre of Mount Kverest, Al
ready Without a Rival.
It ha been proved by the Geological
Survey of India that Mount Everest Is stilt
hiither than 29.0U2 feet, the result of the
computations of 1S49 and 1S50. which for
over naif a century have been accepted
making Everest the highest known
,ummit. The mountain Is at least 139 feet
higher than those computations made It
Before mentioning: how this has been ascer
I . . . . ...
i lainea it may be well to answer a query
that haa dnuhtlisa arisen In mnu mlnrlo
and waa recently referred to by an Enllsii
writer who said It waa ridiculous to give
the height of Mount Everest aa 29,002 feet
D.caue tlio determination of tha helirht of
peak is liable to error of different kinds,
ana to glvo the elevation at exactly 29.002
feet impiCs a degree, of accuracy In the
value of the height assigned to the moun
tain that haa not bee'n attained. He thought
it would be better to aay that Mount Ever-
est is about 29.000 feet hlah
I Tha fnnf ll lliut t Ka tolna a H1 AV)
Wtt not obtained from any one atatlon of
observation. Six trigonometrical values of
the height were deduced in 1849 and 1850
from six stations far to the south of tho
mountain. The mean of these six values
is 29.002 feet. Owing to the objections of
the Nepalese government. Mount Everest
cannot be approached by surveyor from
the Blde of lndla nearcr thun eighty miles
rrom tn mountaln. and the ODservation
aoove mentioned were thereiore carried out
under great difficulties.
But at last it has been shown con
clusively that Mount Everest Is higher
than the well known value given to It. Be
tween 1681 and 1902 a series of six . addi
tional observations from five different sta
tions waa obtained. All but one ot these
stations are nearer to the mountain than
those from which the alx determinations
of height were made In 119 and 1S50, and
well as the south side of
Everest haa been Included In these obser-
The geological survey of India ha lust
corrected these results for probable errors
due to refraction and has found that all
these later values of the height of the
mountain are from 132 to 1-I9 feet higher
than the long accepted 29.002 feet. The
mean of these six values is 29,141 feet.
I The survey In the report It has Just Is-
sued says that the height, 29.111 feet. Is
still probably too small, ua It hna yet to be
corrected for the effect of deviation of
gravity. But though It Is a more trust
worthy result than 20,002 feet, the latter
value will be retained for the present in
I maps and publications of the survey.
I There are other problems of refraction to
I be solved and other uncertainties to be
ellmtnuted and it would be a mistaken
policy to Introduce new values atv every
atep of the Investigation which la yet to
be made. No change of the figures will be
made in the publications of the survey
I until thoroughly satisfactory scientific
computation make It possible to give a
determination of the height of the moun
tain that may be accepted as final.
The report adds that there Is little prob
ability now of discovering a higher peak
than Mount t-verest. pome geograpners
nave neiu mm pesa wbiici man im
mountain were standing behind It to the
north, but when Major Ryder crossed Tibet
along the Brahmaputra In 1904. he passed
eighty mile north of Mount Everett and
found no peak approaching it in height.
For mors than half a century alnce the dls
covery of this summit tha mountains of
Asia have been continually explored but
no second peak of 29.0.0 feet ha been
I found. New York Bun.
Tama a iaa isarr water
A howlng how mucu at Home a man
nay be today under water. I may relate
amusing atory. Borne montn ago, wnue
the great battleship Dreadnought waa at
Malta, one of the seamen divers went down
to clear It propeller from some flotsam
tlmt imd become enlanicled: and he failed
, , ,.. it chanced that the rest of the
oaiiiesnip uivrn "- "-""".
concern waa felt on the Ironclad for the
misslns worker. Blgnala by telephone and
uienne were Km ueiuw. i...ui tn
the launch above, the throb, throb of the
. numn' cylinder went on; but th at-
I ' -
- ienuiu iuim . ............. ... w-...-,,
feaerlng some strange tragedy deep down In
n. tnoM n(,BVln tnta Mu.
. a Kl.
jne wmi. i...v. - -
brushes snd other tools cam floating to
,h. .urf.M. .nd thereupon tha navigating
lieutenant sent asbora an urgent massage
Of. Artistic Homo Furnishings Is One of Exceptional Merit
The Ilartman store now presents a showing of new creations in homo furnishings
that is proving immensely attractive to the home-loving people of Omaha. New ideas,
new designs, new styles the best products of the best makers in the land. Such a great
array, of artistic home furnishings for tho modern home was never before displayed in
Omaha and is now being shown in all its beauty.
SPECIAL EASY TERMS OF PAYMENT
. llresarr In golden oak or mahog
any finish, serpentine top drawers,
Conthinntion Hook Cases
and Writing Desks In
polished oak finish.
French beveled ,
an a J u
Extension Table Of handsome de
sign. Made of solid oak and bril
liantly polished, marked c
for this sale at the
special price of
lint air flues, dou
ble heater, large
for one of the other divers. The man cam
on board, dressed Immediately, and wen
below, only to come up full or inuignauu.,
time!" he earn, wramiuny.
The man had "Just had his luncn. ana u.m
Ing the work much less aerious than he hud
thought, he finished it in a few relnutes and
then at comfortably on one of the giant
blades of the Dreadnought propellor unJ
went to leep, with Inquisitive fishes
swarming around him. attracted by the
dazxllng earehllght on hi breaat! The of
ficer were so amused at tne occurrence
that no punishment was Inflicted on the
lary one. Bt. Nicholas.
ALBERT SCOTT CONFESSES
Man Arrested wun
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Breaking Iuto Pawnshop for
Albert Bcott. arrested by Patrolman
Bloom at Sixteenth ana cnicago siren.
early Friday morning, conressea wneu
taken to the station that tho loaded re
volver found on him wa stolen from uie
pawnshop cf H. Frledel, 608 North Six
teenth street, and that he broke into the
pawnshop Wednesday night In order to
secure the weapon.
This admlHslon from Scott, together wun
the fact that he wore a muffler arouna
his neck in such a way as to mane i
to draw over his face, has led the ponco
to bolleve that Scott Is one of the two men
who slugged snd robbed W. J. Sellner near
v.ivhteenth and Nicholas street wcane-
day evening. Sellner wa going to his home
after attending cnurcn services wnen.
waa "stuck up.
The pollco are alao convinced by other
circumstances that Scott hss been re
sponsible for a number of small holdup
and only swalted an opportunity to make
a big "tlckup."
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