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THE OMAHA DATTA" ft EE: WEDNESDAY. OCTOnEnl. IHOV
BtU Doug. 18 Both FhoM
Reliable Wool Blankets
Whn; a- Wto-offprs-a pair of allnool blankets for about the
price of a aloglp round of urourrd wool, he virtually warns the public
of his unreliability.
A wool blanket, to be reliable, must be made of Ions first hand wool
and every thinking person knows that you cannot get all wool blankets
for the prlre of blankets that are only one-quarter wool. When buy
. In wool blankets tt Is the best economy to buy the best, which are
8t. Mary's blankets, made by St. Mary s Vooln Mfg. Co., St. Mary's,
Ohio,' We have a little? booklet that tells you all about these blankets.
It' ycrurg for the apking.
The St. Mary's Mills make the following brands of blankets.
The Rurkland Blanket.
The Logan Blanket.
The Victoria Blanket.
The Extra Blanket.
The Clay Blanket.
The Clay Plaid Blanket.
Th Saniarco Plaid Blanket
'I he S-'t. Mary's Blanket.
Th t'nshrinkable Blanket
The Jtoyal Fleece Blanket.
The Ohio Fleece Blanket.
Remnants of 32-lneh and 36-Inch
or without sidebands, values up to 12
thnt both Influences will attempt and en
Joy Illegality which they ought not to have.
That ii human nature.,.. Then a man who
sits- on the bench: and administers law
without favor because his blows happen
to hit labor on the-one side or capital on
the other cannot be charged If he admlns
ters the law as It exists on the facts as
they are presented, with: doing other than
his duty, and If he does hut exert the au
thority of bis court with ail Ills power to
bring to Justice and' refuses to do so be
cause of fear of political Influence, or fear
of any cls, he does not deserve to be the
president of the United States."
AMERICANS IN TOKIO
(Continued from First Page.)
the Inhabitants of his realm. Express to
his majesty the high gratification afforded
me and tho people of the United States
t this opportunity which permits the
commander-in-chief of the Atlantic fleet
in person to present my appreciation of
the friendship which has existed from the
earliest time between the United States and
Japan and Of the honor to the United
States In this Invitation to tho United
States Atlantic fleet to visit the empire of
Japan In Its practice cruise around the
world. Tou'wlll express to his majesty,
th emperor, my earnest wish for the
strengthening and continuance of the cor
dial relations which exist snd have always
existed between the two countries.
PRESIDENT 0N PHILIPPINES
Kxeratlve Writes Magaslne Article
" on Work of American Nation
la - tha Islands.
NEW 'YORK. Oct. 2q.-In a letter headed
"The American -Attitude Toward the Phil
ippines'." appearing In the Issue of the Out
look for October 24, President Roosevelt
highly praises the American administration
of the archipelago and expresses an earnest
hope that tho American people will nut
become Indifferent to their duty toward the
people of the Islands. The article Is called
forth by a number of articles on the Phil
ippines by American and Filipino officers
and others gathered by Mrs. Martin Egan,
who Is now In the United States endeavor
ing to arouse active Interest In the Islands.
After discussing some of the articles fur
nished by Mrs. Egan, the president says:
"Surely all of this conveys a body of in
formation 'Which Should command the care
ful attention of the American people, and
If this attention is given it I am persuaded
that with It will come a realization of the
extraordinary service ' that to the lasting
honor of America .has been rendered thu
Philippines people by our officials In the
Philippines during tha last' ten years and
of the Imperative need that the policy so
successfully Inaugurated shall continue un
broken. I earnestly hope that the Ameri
can people will show the Interest In the
Islands neeessary If we are to continue
to do with -patience and proper pride our
great task there. I do not believe that
in all history there la another example so
marked of the way In which a great peo
ple has with wisdom and disinterestedness
managed : the affairs of a great foreign
dependency with an eye single to the good
of that dependency.
"I am certain that our people feel an
arnest desire to do their full duty to the
Philippines, t am not In the least afraid
f hostility to what wa havs done In the
mamwmmmm w lisaai 1 11 is im a in ltsatM a 1 MfmuuHcmuMfa
l tad arc entitled ta the distinction of having been chosen e
- V : THE NATIONAL CANDY
The 17. .S. rGovernment has waived the question of higher price
and pfaced quality first in it selection. The great fleet of
battkauhips W the Pacific has received shipments of many tons
MwvW'?. " Fra udti;? H Shipment.
s vi ff LOW KEY t ffo forward to the Philippine, monthly for tho
J, array. Wboleaome) as well aa Delicious
v THE WALTER M. LOWNEY CO., BOSTON
. , - Maker of Cocoa, Chocolate and Bonbons
Keacb. All Dspt. Ind. A1941.
The Saxony Blanket.
The Lenox Blanket.
The Edelweiss Blanket.
The Azalea Blanket.
Crib and Cradle Blankets.
We carry them in a compieta
stork of sizes:
60x80, 70x80, 78x90, 60x84,
Our crib and cradle blankets
come in three different grades
and the following sizes:
wide dark colored Percales, with
c yard, on bale, at, per yard, 60
island, but I sometimes am afraid of Indif
ference, and I know that It la often harder
to turn Indifference into Interest than to
turn hostility Into approval. Our real prob
lem Is to convert Indifference to the Phil
ippines Into active Interest, and It seems
to me that these articles In the possession
of Mrs. Egan offer one admirable means to
MURDER BY JICIIT RIDERS
(Continued from First Page,."
an! Lake counties In the extreme north
west corner of Tennessee. Great numbers
of the residents In that neighborhood have
made their living for some time by fishing
In the lake, and they became indlgant when
what they claimed as their rights were dis
turbed. They made demands of the land
company and these were followed by
Colonel Taylor secured the passage In
the legislature of an act which made it a
misdemeanor to fish In the lake without
paying a heavy fee.
This only served more thoroughly to
arouse tho fishermen.
FOURTEEN FROM OMAHA WIN
Number of Loral People In I. let of
Winners In Drawing at
DALLAS, S. D., Oct. 20. Several thous
and names have been drawn in the land
allotment and the task will not be fin
ished for several days. Land seekers from
Nebraska were particularly successful to
day and several hundred drew farms.
Iowa, Illinois, Kansas and South Da
kotans were also fortunate. After the first
6,000 names have been disposed of the draw
ing will continue until every person regis
tered Is assigned a number.
Among the Omahans who were success
ful In drawing claims above 100 are:
One hundred and fifteen, William K. Wild
ing, K?4 Charles street: 129. C. F. Sllnger,
2618 Farnam street; 134, Ida M. French,
2617 South Thirty-second street; 151, James
F. Campbell. 2505 North Fifteenth street;
lfiO, H. J. Little. 220 South Fifteenth street;
John A. Gentleman, undertaker; 176, A. It.
Wadleigh, First National bank; 182, William
Neeve; 247, Peter Neally, 2221 Webster
street: 232. Lenta M. Stone, 4107 Lavayette
avenue; 272, Charles Chervenka', 1J64 Brmth
Eleventh street ; 283, Charles Battelle, at
torney, 104 North Fifteenth street; 298,
David Jackson, 312 South Thirteenth street.
B. C. Gllesple of South Omaha, 2415 L
street, drew No. 231.
PARAGUAY IN BAD PLIGHT
Booth American (onntrr Short of
Money and Business la at a
WASHINGTON, Oct. 20-Money scarce,
commerce practically at a standstill, most
of the largest concerns asking for ex
tensions of credit, Imports light, exports
falling off and trade In timber ceased al
together, U Paraguay's predicament, as an
nounced In a report today from Consul
Norton at Asuncion. Merchants are buy
ing only staple goods and absolute neces
sities and these In small quantities, chiefly
from Buenos Ayres snd Montevideo. The
tobscco crop, which was depended upon to
bring some relief, "is moving Very slowly.
There are about 36,000,000 pecog (Para
guayan dollars) paper. In circulation, and
exchange is now quuoted at l.WO per cent.
Bee Want Ads Bring Results.
VIENNA STUDENT IN OMAHA
Distinguished Austrian Waxes Elo
, quent Over Big Packing Plants.
MAKES VISIT THROUGH THEM ALL
llerr Doctor Hrlnrlrh Ton Yradlch
and Mother Stop In lrW
Metropolis on Tour ot
Ilerr Doctor Hetnrlch von Vradich of
Vienna, Austria, mada a tour of the pack
ing plants and stock yards of South Omaha,
Tuesday morning. ' He was sccompanied
by his mother with whom he Is traveling
through the I'nlted States for pleasure.
Dr. von Vradlch's title la not of medicine
nor theology, but of phlloslphy and was
conferred upon him by the University of
Vienna after the completion of the usual
requirements, three years of grsduate study
following the bachelors degree and the
presentation of a thesis "showing original
research and In the nature of a scholarly
Dr. von Vradlch looks the German uni
versity man all over, though bears no scars
from the student's dueling hall, for It is
not so necessary to have one's face cut
up to preserve one's "honor" In the Vien
nese university as In the academic pre
cincts of Heidelberg, Bonn or Ieipslc.
His attire IS exceedingly neat and circum
spect, so consplculously exact In fact, that
It would merit the adjective "dapper" were
It not for his dignity of bearing and seml
mllltary rigidity of carriage,
Makes Hit With the Ladles.
The women employee of Hotel Loyal,
where the vlaitors from Emperor Ftani
Joseph's realm are staying, are all com
menting upon, his courtesy and "lovely
manners," which are not really too elabor
ate for an Austrian, though an American
who borrowed as profoundly' would seem a
trifle overdoing It. And anyhow none
could crltlslse the thoughtfulness displayed
toward the. august woman whom he calls
"lleber mutter." Frau von Gradlch
appeared dressed with the success which
has made Vienna famous and to which
those who have been fortunate to see
FriUl Scheff or Lena Abarnanell, can tes
tify. Neither of the two speak English farther
than to say "Gut morning!". In his pur
est Viennese German, which any Viennese
and many others will tell you Is the best
spoken- anywhere, Doctor von Gradlch
waxed enthusiastic over the great Indus
trial plants which he viewed. Frau von
Vradich did not appear to care so much
about the speed with which hogs are killed.
MITCHELL OBJECTS TO POSTER
(Continued from First Page.)
thing by way of correction because I feared
that to do so would furniBli another oppor
tunity for garbling what I said, and thus
place men In an even more embarrassing
position, and might thus convey the Im
pression that 1 was not in full sympathy
with the working people to secure remedial
legislation for the wrongs of which they
complain. But matters have gone so far
that I cannot, In Justice to my own con
science, remfin silent while others use my
name In this unauthorized manner. I am
abundantly able to Bpeak for myself and
1 object to this unwarranted liberty b?ln
tuken wtlh my name. Therefore, I avail
myself of this means of communication to
all who may be Interested In this explana
tion ar.d expression of my views.
As 1 understand, the policy cf the Ameri
can labor movement. It is that the organisa
tions of labor are not committed to any
pollt'cal pwrty; the working men of Amer
ica are endeavoring so far as lies in their
fower and without regard to political
affllliatons to elect to public office bona
flde members of trade unions or other
candidates who are known to be In sym
pathy with the political and Industrial re
forms necessary to the protection and
preservation of the interests of the wage
To this end I have written letters of
recommendation and will write others urg
ing our fellow workers to support trades
unionists and friendship for the trade union
movement, those who have been nominated
for official positions.
Officials from All Classes.
Mr. Mitchell here mentioned several men
whose candidacy for the lower house of
songress he favors and continued as fol
lows. It seems to me that Inasmuch as the
manufacturing, the mercantile, the per
sonal, and to a lesser extent the agricul
tural, and even the leisure classes, are so
well and so numerously represented In our
state and national legislatures, the wage
earners should also be represented by a
group of strong men from the ranks of
labor, whose training and experience are
such as to enable them to present In an
Intelligent and forceful manner the needs
and requirements of that division of so
ciety which Is least able to protect itself.
When all factors are thus represented, we
can expect such general legislation as Is
essential to tho welfare of the whole na
tion and such special laws as are necea
sary to protect the Interests of each sep
I am sure that I shall not be charged
with partisanship when I advise each man
to examine carefully the principles and
policies of the candidates, and to consider
seriously tho effect of the election upon
the nation as a whole and upon thnt divi
sion of society In particular to which he
belongs, and having done this, It Is his
duty to cast his ballot In accordance with
his best Judgment and with the dictates of
Over and above all, trade unionists should
ever keep in mind the necessity of pre
serving Inviolate the strength and Integ
rity of the unions. When the election Is
over and the excitement and enthusiasm
Incident to It have passed away regard
less of which has been victorious regard
less of whj Is elected to the presidency,
the organisations of labor ns heretofore
and as never before, will be to the working
rnen the bulwark of their liberties.
BR YAW SPEAKS I INDIANA
Day in Hoosler State Followed by Ad
dress at Lonlsvllle.
CHICAGO, Oct. 50. Starting on a tour
which In the next ten days Is to take him
into some of the eastern statea and to New
York City, William J. Bryan left here this
morning In his special car attached to a
regular train on the Monon road. After
speaking at various places In Indiana dur
ing the day Mr. Pryan tonight will address
a meeting at Louisville, Ky. From then on
up to the eve of the election he will be
busy speech-making. In Ohio the candidate
expects to ppeak at many places recently
visited by Mr. Taft He will run through
West Virginia and New Jersey before
reaching New York.
SIPKEME COIBT WILL NOT ACT.
alt InvolTlus; Constltn tlonall ty of
Bank Uuarautee Not Advanced.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 20. The supreme
court of the United States Indicates Its dis
approval of the efforts to bring that court
Into politics at this time by denying the
motion to advance the hearing In the case
of the Noble State bank of Oklahoma
against Governor Haskell and others, In
volving the constitutionality of the Okla
homa bank deposit guaranty law. A spe
cial plea was made for the advancement
of the case because of the prominence In
the campaign of tha question of the guar
antee In bank deposits, but the court de
clined to act on the suggestion.
Child and father Harmed.
6IOUX KALI.S, 8. D.. Oct. 20. (Special.)
--Wliile engaged in burning the mitts In
his chicken coop with a lighted wisp of
hay, Jesse Cass and his little daughter,
residents of Howsrd, were severely
burned. Mr. Cass threw a partially burned
wisp of hay to the ground snd the child
picked it up. The hay at this Juncture
biased up afresh and the flames were
communicated to the child's clothing. In
an Instant she was a mass of flames. The
father saved her life only by promptly
tearing off all her clothing. Bht was quite
bsdly burned before even this could be
done, and the father also recelvrd serious
SLUSH FDND TO BUY PAPERS
(Continued from First Page)
papers have been approached and spurned
the offer of the committee.
What the democratic weekly papers will
have to say about the democratic state
committee using a slush fund to buy space
In republican city papers while they are
doing the work for the ticket can better be
Imagined than stated. These county week
lies s,o far as could be heard from are sup
porting the democratic ticket and Mr.
Bryan without pay or expectation of pay.
They have collected money to help Mr.
Bryan be elected and tho money has been
sent In to headquarters.
With Tammany's 110,000 and the 115,000
sent here In 1904 to help Mr. Bryan elect
himself United Statea senator and with no
tolling how much more tainted money In its
slush fund the democrats expect to be able
to buy space In enough republican news
papers to turn the tide.
But so far as heard from contracts have
been made only with the Lincoln State
Journal, whose editor holds a federal posi
tion given to him by Senator Burkett; the
Lincoln News, whose editor until recently
was a member of the republican state com
mittee, and probably the Omaha Dally
News. Republican voters may expect to
see their candidates vllllfied In these sheets
In space bought by the democratic state
oommlttee beginning the first of the week.
Allen Damps Saallenberger.
A. C. Bhallenberger has been turned
down cold by the democratic state com
mittee as represented by Tom Allen. There
Is no dout about this and Mr. Bhallen
berger has received Information to this
effect right from headquarters. The com
mittee Is going to sacrifice every man on
the ticket In order to help Mr. Bryan. This
little Incident will show Mr. Shallenberger's
friends the truth of the statement.
Frank Brown of Lincoln Is a son of
Mayor Brown of this city. Mayor Brown
la Mr. Bryan's very close friend and coun
selor. Frank Brown Jumped onto a Burlington
train the other day ana speaking to an
appointee of Governor Sheldon Bald:
"If you will vote for Bryan I will vote
"You are Joking," answered the Sheldon
Before he could make any other answer
several parties on the train began to dis
cuss the proposition and Young Brown left
Sentiment for Taft Grows.
Congressman Ernest M. Pollard was here
last night after a speaking tour down in
Kansas, and he left this morning for a
trip through his own district, beginning at
"The sentiment for Taft Is growing every
day and there is no doubt In my mind thit
both Kansar and Nebraska will give him
large majorities. In fact, In my travels
over the state and In Kansas I could find
no republican who were dissatisfied, but
on every hand I found enthusialstic repub
licans wide awake and up on their feet for
the ticket. I believe the majority for both
the national ticket and the state ticket In
Nebraska will be larger than most repub
lican prognostlcators are now thinking."
No Encoarsgemest for Democrats.
Attorney General Thompson came In this
morning from a speaking trip in the north
west portion of the state In company with
John J. Ryder, deputy labor commissioner.
"It Is everywhere Taft and Sheldon," said
Mr. Thompson. "I cannot see where the
democrats get any encouragement out of
this campaign. I have been over the state
during campaigns In the past, but I never
saw a time when the republicans were so
united and so unanimous for the ticket,
both state and national. I found the farm
ers everywhere we went for the repub
lican candidates and they are going to vote
next month. To my mind, there Is abso
lutely no doubt of the outcome."
Senator Burkett, who is billed to speak
at Alma on October 23, will speak at Oxford
Instead. The place was changed last night.
In Clay County.
As an Indication of how Taft la gaining
ground In Nebraska and how Bryan is los
ing strength the following statement by
A. H. Lewis of Sutton Is of Interest. Mr.
I have made a careful Investigation In
this comer of Clay county and the result
shows that Bryan will lose rather than
gain .over the vote of 1900. Bryan's talk
nere rrom nis special tram the other dav
produced the same old result, the general
Impression that he Is very anxious for his
H own success: that he Is inventing: and u
ing his plausible oratory for all It Is worth
to get votes for himself regardless of the
effect that his election would have on the
! business of the country and the value of
firoperty If he should be elected. The feel
ng toward him Is rather cold here, es
j peclally among the farmers, who are more
i interested In their own prosperity than
, they are In Mr. Bryan's political success
! As his train started to pull out a boy ex-
1 tenaea ins nana ror a rare wen snake.
I While Mr. Bryan was reaching for the
hand and beaming with his usual smile
the lad shouted defiantly "Hurrah for
Taft!" The crowd broke out Into a good
natured laugh and good-naturedly dis
persed. Bevoridge's meeting at Sutton was a good
one. The Germans at Button are In line
ror Taft. The reports from other parts of
Clay county indicate a net gain for the
republicans this year.
A Break for Liberty
from stomach, liver and kidney trouble Is
made when a 25c box of Dr. King's New
Life Pills is bought. For sale by Beaton
M0H0NK INDIAN CONFERENCE
Philanthropists and Specialists to
Confer 0r Welfare of
Wards of Nation.
LAKE MOHONK, N. Y., Oct. 20.-Phllan-throplsts,
educators and others interested
in the welfare of the American Indians,
Porto Rlcans, Filipinos and other peoples
over whom the United States government
has been placed in the pusltlon of guardian
ship have begun to gather here for the con
ference which will begin tomorrow undiT
HAVE YOU TRIED
It la well known to be
and all disorders of
the bowels and store ach.
In futt tcttUfand 4ll1
the descriptive title, "Lake Mohonk Confer
ence of Friends of the Indian and Other
Dependent Peoples." The sessions will be
gin at 10 a. tn. tomorrow and continue
LABORING MENARE AROUSED
Delegates at Illinois Labor Meeting
Objeqt to Politics la the
PEORIA. III., Oct. 30. -The 300 delegate,
representing ISO.OOO union laborers, attending
the twenty-sixth annual convention ot the
State Federation of Labor, which convened
this morning at the Coliseum, were on an
edge because of the different views being
expressed toward the political aspects. The
morning session was devoted to reading of
the annual report by President Edwin R.
Wright. Mr. Wright stated that the State
Federation of Labor Is no political organi
sation. Notwithstanding this, the national
executive committee has endorsed William
J. Bryan, while President Gompers of the
American Federation of Labor favors only
such candidates as he thinks are fair to
ward labor unions. William H. Taft has an
unusually strong following among the dele
gates and may be able to secure a partial
endorsement or block all endorsements. Mr.
Gompers will arrive In the city tomorrow
as a guest of the convention, but It Is said
he will not try to Influence the convention
so far as the political situation Is con
cerned. DOWAGER QUEEN CONSENTS
Report Received at London Abrnsal
Elklns Match Will Be
LONDON, Oct. 20. A special dispatch re
ceived here today from Rome says that
Marguerite, the dowager queen of Italy,
has at last consented to the marriage of
the duke of the Abruizl and Miss Kath
erlne Elklns. King Victor Emmanuel's
present to the bride, according to the same
source, will be a diamond tiara valued at
ELKINB, W. Vs., Oct 20. When the ca
ble dispatches from Turin and London In
connection with the alleged engagement be
tween Miss Katherlne Elklns and the duke
of the Abruirl were brought to the atten
tion of United States Senator Elklns by the
Associated Press today he said:
"The Information is news to my family
and myself. We cannot say anything, be
cause we don't know anything; about It."
TURIN, Oct. 20.-The duke of the Abnisal
has suddenly disappeared from Turin and
a search has failed to locate him. The re
port has gained circulation that he has
left for America, sailing under an assumed
PRUSSIAN PARLIAMENT OPENED
Emperor William Indicates Hla
tentlon to Modify Electoral
BERLIN, Oct. 20. The Prussian Parlia
ment was opened by Emperor William to
day. In his address his majesty Indicated
the intention of the government to Intro
duce & modification of the existing anti
quated three-class electoral system, whloh
has been the object of much agitation of
Alluding to the Balkans, the emperor said
that Germany was less Interested there
thanVthe other powers, but that the coun
try worked with the others for a peaceful
and satisfactory solution of tha present
GENERAL VUKETICS DETAINED
Official of Montenegrin Government
Forcibly Held by Austria
BELGRADE, Servla, Oct. 20. General
Vukettcs, an official of the Montenegrin
government, has been forcibly detained by
the Austro-Hungarlan authorities at
Agram. The general left Cettinje October IT
for Belgrade on a special commission to
the Servian government. No reasons for
this detention can be obtained here.
Earthquake In Manila.
MANILA, Oct 20. Following the three
shocks of earthquake that occurred yes
terday the phenomenon was repeated to
day between 11 and 12 o'clock. The obser
vatory reports that the focus or center of
the first disturbance was within 200 kilo
meters of Manila. The seismographs re
corded several light shocks that Were
otherwise Imperceptible. The city has suf
fered no damage and reports from the In1
terlor and neighboring Islands Indicate that
there has been no loss elsewhere.
POKER DEBTS NOT REAL ONES
Des Molnea Merchant Refused Decree
In Bankrnptcy on This Plea,
ST. IiOUIS, Oct. 30-Bennett Selgel, a
merchant of Des Moines, la., was denied
a petition in bankruptcy by the United
States circuit court of appeals here today
after he had explained that he had lost
ItOO.OOO at poker within a few months. Tho
petition madn no accounting for tfl.000
worth of goods and Sclgel's explanation
that this formed part of his poker losses
caused the court to uphold ' the lower
tribunal In refusing to discharge Selgel of
I0WAN CHARMED BY OMAHA
Louis Harrarh of t'nadllla Una Not
Been Keen Since the
From a letter received Tuesday by the
police one might conclude that Louis Har
rarh of Unadilla, la., was so well pleased
with Omaha during the carnival that he
stayed here after the festivities were at an
end, falling to notify his relatives and
friends at home. His brother Edward la
now inquiring after him and thinks that
something may have happened to keep him
here. He was last heard of on the day of
the daylight parade ml the police are now
looking for him at the request of Edward
Married Man In Trouble.
A married man who permits any mem
ber of the family to take anything exoepl
Foley's Honey and Tar for coughs, colds
snd lung trouble Is guilty of neglect. Noth
ing elsta Is as good for all pulmonary
troubles. The genuine Foley's Honey and
Tar contains no opiates and Is la a ysllow
package. Sold by all druggists.
James M. Ross.
TECCMSEH, Neb.. Oct. 20. Special Tele
gram. ) James M. Ku. a pioneer resident
of Johnson county, died at the family
home in thla city this afternoon. Ha had
been sick about two weeks, though In fail
ing health for several months. Mr. Ross
was born In McCoupin county, Illinois,
September S, 1831. He was niarritd to Miss
Elisabeth Sanders in and the wife and
eleven children survive him. The Ross
family camo to Johnson county in l(0o.
Tlx funeral arrangement are not yet
made, but will be heki Thursday from the
Tecumsen Baptist church, of which de
ceased was a member.
Foaersl of Sewell Sleamaa.
HASTINGS, Neb., Oct. 20. (Special Tele
gram.) Funeral services over tlis body of
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r Resources, $3,150.0001 Reserva fun f$O,00G
The Conservative Savings & Loan Ass'n
164.4 Harney St, Omaha,
GEO. P GELMOKB, ITest .AliiA.ilL JPAUL XV lOJHNS BccjS
flewell Sieuman will be conducted tn pri
vate at the home of George Sieuman,
brother of the deceased, at 11 o'clock
Wednesday morning. The Rev. O. P. Trltes
of the Methodist church of this city will
officiate. Burial will be at Parkview
cemetery here In a lot purchased by Sewell
Sieuman several years ago.
B. B. Splkesnasw
B. B. Splkeman of Fuller-ton died at the
Methodist hospital Monday after an opera
tion. Us was about TO years old and came
to the city for hospital treatment The
body will be taken home for burial.
William Oliver Indoe.
William Oliver Indoe, the 8-year-old son
of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Indoe, 1814 North
Forty-first street, died of capillary bron
chitis Tuesday morning. The body will be
taken to Medina, O., for Interment.
ALONG THE. RAILROAD RUN
General Manager Mohler Poatponea
PuMlo Reception at the
A. I Mohler, general manager ot the
Union Pacific, haa decided to postpone the
reception he Is to give at the Union Pa
clflo shops until sometime In November,
when the shops will be in a more com
plted condition. At that time the entire
$S,00O,X plant will be thrown, pen to the
Inspection of the public. Mr. Mohler is
also especially anxious that the families
of the men who work in the shops will
have an opportunity to see where the men
work. The Omaha shops are models of
their kind, being among the most thor
oughly equipped electrical shops in the
world, the machinery being handled from a
central electrical station.
Jfew I. C. Tralna to Go On.
Sam North, district passenger agent of
the Illinois Central, announces that begin
ning Sunday that road will put in service
three new trains. Including one In and out
of Omaha to handle the local business to
and from Fort Dodge. One new train will
arrive from Fort Dodge in the morning at
11:80 and returning will leave at 4 p. m.
Another new train is between Fort Dodge
and Biouz City and the third between
Waterloo and Dubuque.
. Blgr Horn Draws Settlers.
D. Clem Deaver, in charge of the home
seekers' information bureau of the Bur
lington, left Tuesday afternoon with a
large party of landseekers for the Big
"The discovery of oil In' paying quanti
ties which assures a refinery, the fact
that some of the farmers raised as much
as twenty-five tons of sugar beets to the
acre, the beets being of the highest qual
ity and the approaching completion of the
government Irrigation schemes are prov
ing big drawing cards to the Big Horn
Basin country," said Mr. Deaver.
Larare Tariff Case.
The Burlington general freight office Is
installing a huge tariff case at a great
expense to conform . with the Interstate
commerce law on that subject. The tariffs
will be open for Inspection at all times and
a man will be tn charge to assist the ship
pers In finding any- information they ds-
You May Enjoy
If You Will But Equip Your Stomach
With the Right Means to
Handle the Food.
If you go Into a restaurant, cafe or hotel,
where all your environments, the lights,
dazzling linen, sliver, cut glass, music,
chattering and laughing women, seem to
foretell of a pleassnt meal, your stomach
should not revolt whsn you read the menu
Heavy steaks, soups, oysters, entrees,
salads, etc., should hold no terrors for the
healthy stomach and they do not.
A small box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets
placed In your vest pocket will be sufficient
guard against the mad revels of a worn-out
A tablet taken a few minutes after a
copious meal will remove any 111 affects of
food from your stomach and you may eat
as generously as those about you.
One of these little tablets wtjl of Itself
settle all question ot Indigestion for that
meal and will place your stomach and di
gestive organs In a better condition for the
Tour blood will be enriched, and the de
pleted gastrlo fluids will be rebuilt.
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets are natural,
active, digestive sgents who give to the
gastric Juices tha elements they lack, which
eases the stomach, removes Irritation and
enrich and stimulate the blood.
All of these statements may be verified
If you will take but a little of your time
to prove them.
Every druggist carries Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets In stock and will tell you of their
merit.. These tablets sell for 60c per box,
or send us your name and addrecs and we
will send you at once by mall a trial pack
age free. Addrea F. A. Btuart Co., ISO
Stuart Bldg., Marshall Mich.
Nebraska Military Academy
A Military Boarding School (or
boys. Ideal location Just outside
the city; large, well equipped
buildings; forty acres of ground.
A good plaoe for boys who don't
fit In public schools. No entrance
examinations are given; resulur
cluss work Is supplemented by in
dividual instruction; back work U
easily made up
Pupils are received from fifth to
twelfth grade, Inclusive.
H'riVe for Cata.ogue.
D. B. UTV1ID, BayertoUadest.
sire. To comply with the new Jaw will re
quire the Burlington to hire runs extra
Webster City Man Hurt.
WEBSTER CITY, fcs, Oct. 20,-CSprjcJal
Telegram.) Si, J. Root, prominent tra.
plement dealer, lost Ma balance and fell
out of hts hay mow door Into the alley last
night His injuries are serious. He U
paralysed and unable to talk.
The raiment of modern man spells
either "success" or "failure,"
At any time It helps him to be
more successful. Usually, if he Is
a successful Ornahan, the label In
his garment Is spelled this wayt
"McCarthy-Wilson Tailoring Co.,"
Suits and overcoats to order. S2S
Perfect fit guaranteed.
804-800 South loth Street.
Near Southwest Comer of 16th
and Farnam Streets.
What's Your Guess?
Every person who takes a meal at
Tolf Hanson's basement restaurant
may gnsss the number who visit
there daring the day.
The nearest guess wins meal
(Every day this week.)
Tolf Hanson's Luncfi Room
The most attractive, brightest,
airiest and most economical lunch
room in Omaha.
The Schlitz Cafes
ISSUES AN INVITATION
TO TRY THE POPULAR"
316-20 South 16th Street
A healthful drink, combining the
nourishing qualities of the finest Bar
ley Malt and the tonlo properties of
the best imported Hops. Tt Is palatable,
refreshing and Invigorating. A non
intoxicant beverage for man, woman
and child. It contains less than one
half of 1 per cent, of alcohol by volume
and may be sold wherever soft drinks
are sold without a United States Rev
enue license. The product of Anheuser
FOLLIES OF 1907
Company of 78 People
JOHK COST FBBBEITTg
Tbnrsday, Friday and Batarday
TUB URAMATIC SENSATION
THE WITCHING HOUR
THE THREE TWINS
Pbones-lJmig. 1006: lud A16o(
83d to 33d, Consecu
3d Toms way Week of
Wofid-llcu d Comilr .
f AM t ",E,,'i American woman
Sea thla . aronrtsr.
rui uiay. uorothy pis,
in New York .Journal.
Mats., Truss- Tburs.. Sat,
Week of 1KB SCTUU.
Taose, Xndepeaaeat ilttt, .
Mats. Every Day 8il Brery Kigfcfr US
The Tour Fords, Mldgley and Carlisle,
Lavins-Ciinaron Trio, Bernard and fefslsy,
Edwin X,aUll. Mr. and Mrs. Connelly, lata
and Takt, and Klnoaroms.
Prices 10c, 25c and 50c.
AAA J VJ 10c, aSc, BOe. TSo
TO-WIGHT MATIWSS WZDSEID4T
The Bwestsst Story Eves Told
'UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES"
Tnursde- "Xae Meonsnlaer's Dauants
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