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Tin: OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 2. 1!0..
DEMOS ISE THE LIQUOR MEN
Admit They Arc Depending on Their
Support for Victory.
CERTAIN DEFEAT WITHOUT IT
tl,ry ,av rot t-M moro troiM. Jtit look J plaintiffs. hnMlns; that the commissioner
t the democratic states In the anuin mat , nan exreeded Ills authority, thus brraKina;
av (tine for prohibition and county op-1 down the only harrier possible to the un-
Juat let them look at IJnroln. Wt y ! retrlcted multipllratlon of bank.
Are the Saloon lateresta niladed
the Fart that They Are Betas
1 aed to Flaht Their Own
Baslnraa f , '
-vrxoirzisAT BVEWrw a
Twenty-fourth and Ann, onion laee.
lnf of Fifth, Sixth and Twalfth war da I
Bpaakara, Osvarnor Sheldon, Senator Kor
rla Brown, A. W. Jeff aria and others.
Washington hall, Slghtesatli strest, be
twaan Haras y and Howard atreatai
Speakers, Vnltad States Senator Brown,
A. W. Jeff aria, J.- I. Kennedy and Oen
eral O. T. Stands rson. ,
South Omaha, Bltchla'a hall, Twsnty
fourth and If atreatai German meetlnfl
apaakara, Engene M. Ballar of Chicago la
German lan(nae, and local eandidatea.
Sonth Side Turnera' hall, Eighteenth
and Vinton streets) Spaakara, Jndgs 1
W. Slabeugh and K. K. Baldrlga.
Orelghtoa hall, riftaanth and Karoey
atraata, Swadlali-Amarloaa Bepablloan
learna and Oarflald elubi. Spaakara, O.
O. Peterson, M. Ph., of Chicago, Bar. X
A. Jadar and A. W. Jefferls. Knalo by
the Borden Singing aoclety.
Sixteenth and Comlnr atraata I Stalwart
Republican club (colored) I Speaker, A.
H. Willie, T. A. Hollleter ana others.
Twenty-fourth street and 'Ames avenue,
Twal'th Ward Republican clubi Speakers,
John Xi. Kennedy and others.
Elkhora, town halli Spaakara, W.
Wapplch and ethers.
SUKDAY, NOVtMBEB 1
national hall, Thirteenth and William
strseta, Italian meeting: Speakers, Prof.
Soturandi, E. O. Maggt and others.
"The democrats Jiere In Douglas county
are not disguising the fact that they are
depending on the liquor vote to carry them
through," says a well known republican
worker, who haa been In the game for
years. "If the liquor Interests in Omaha
and South Omaha line up for the demo
cratic ticket' they will be showing; them
selves moro short-sighted than I give them
credit for. They certainly know that Ne
braska will have a republican governor
and a republican legislature no matter how
Douglas county goes and a democratic del
rgatlon from Douglas county In the mlds
of a republican legislature would do them
lets of good, wouldn't It? Some of the sa
loon men seem to think they should blame
the republicans for their troubles, when
the fact Is they have no one to blame but
themnclvea and ought to be thankful that
Ilea away, where the saloons ray i.oi
lleenew and cl.se at 7 o'ciora eerr mam.
nd not a license Issued Is on the mam
uslness street or In the postofflce square.
hlle all the saloon have had to do In
malia haa been to aubmlt to a stricter en-
orceinent of the law as It has been all the
Ime. It them make inemseives respon
sible for setting the representatives of this
county against the majority In the legisla
ture and they will find themselves busy.
The republicans out In the state will be
etching the returns from Douglea county
nt they have a pretty distinct Idea that
othtng can shake the republican majority
ere except a concerted effort on the part
of the liquor Interests to help ths democrats
Ith votes and money."
"I am glad to see that Mr. Hitchcock
and his World-Herald have had the cour
age to come out In the open and ahow
their hand; they have at last proclaimed
their advocacy of Bd Howell, which means
admitting their alliance with tne corpora-
tlone In this campaign," said a leading
real estate member.
The World-Herald says of Howeil. He
served in the state senate In lWi ana
proved himself a man of weight and In
"He did, indeed. He weighs over 100
pounds. But his weight waa tnrown
galnat th people of Omaha and Douglas
county and hie Influence waa exerted In
every direction to aid the railroads and
other allied corporatlona that supported
him in tha campaign and are still support,
Howell's greatest demonstration of In
fluence was In the passage ot ma anu
termlnal taxation bill. That bill put on
the statute books of Nebraska th law that
prevented Omaha from taxing Its heaviest
property owners until after a fight of five
years the republican legislature wiped It
off the books.
The people have had the opportunity
of thanking Howell for his 'weight and In
fluence.' Maybe some of the voters of this
city and county can remember back Into
three mayoralty campaigns. The last time
the people got a chance to meaaure the
weight and Influence' of this man Howell
waa when ne run as tne aemocratio nomi
nee for mayor In a three-cornered con
test when the republicans had two men In
the field. Howell finished up a bad third.
Almost any other man who could have
been nominated by the democrats could
have been elected. 'Weight and influence,'
you bet. But not for Omaha's Interests."
Suffered Torments from Birth
Boils Formed as' Big as Walnuts
In Frightful Condition and Could
Hardly Work -Tried All Kinds of
Remedies to No Avail At Last
Wholly cured in 8
months by cuticura
" I bad an itching, tormenting eczema
aver since I came into the world, and 1
am now a man fifty-five years old. I
tried all kinds of medicines 1 heard of,
but found no relief; I was truly in a
frightful condition. At last my blood
wan so bad tbat I broke out all over
with red and white boils, which kept
growing until they were aa big as wal
nuts, causing great pain and misery. I
thought they would take th akin off
my whol body, but I kept from scratch
ing as well aa I oould. 1 waa so run
rlwn that I oould hardly do my work.
Mr. Nelson R. Burnett recommended
the use of Cutlcura Remedies, telling
me he was confident they would benefit
and, in time, cure me. I used the Cutl
cura Hoap. Ointment, Resolvent, and
Pills for about eight months, and I can
truthfully say I atn cured. I cordially
recommend Cuticura Remedies to all
who are afflicted the same as I was, be
lie vine that, if they will use thera
according to directions, they will find
them all they are represented to be.
Any one doubting the truth of the above
can write to Mr. Burnett, who will cheer
fully vouch for my statements.
"Hale Bordwell. R. F. I). S. Cedar
Corners, Tipton, la.. Aug. 17, 1007."
"I cheerfully endorse the above tes
timonial. It is the truth.' I know Mr.
Bordwell and know the condition h
was in. He never tire of praising the
" Nelson R. Burnett, Tipton, la."
Oentle anointings with Cuticura, th
great Skin Cure, preceded by warm
bath with Cuticura Soap, followed in
the severer forms, with mild doses of
Cuticura Resolvent Pills, afford instant
relief, permit rest and sleep, and point
to a speedy cure of torturing, disfigur
ing, itching, burning, and scaly humors,
eesemas. rashes, and inflammations,
i rum iiuancy 10 age.
' to "" Skta. Cutl
cur. Omimeuj (Me i u hi ike rtln. and Cutl-
fold thro uhout Hie world. Potter Drut A Cna.
Own . oi Prop. , Boion. Ma-
asrtUiiMi its, Cuucar m etla Dl
BREEDER OF WILDCAT BANKS
(Continued from First Page.)
Leave Omaha. ..... .4:15 P. M.
Arrive Ft. Dodge. . . .8:43 P. M.
Leave Ft. Dodge. . . .7:00 A. M.
Arrive Omaha 11:30 A M.
Stops at all intermediate sta
tions. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAY.
WHISKEY FOR UME BACK.
The increased use of ' whiskey for lame
back rheumatism 1a causing considerable
discussion among the medical fraternity.
It Is an almost infallible cure when
mixed with certain other Ingietlients and
taken properjy, Th .following formuU U
effective: To ce half pint of good whla
key add on ounce Torls Compound and one
ounce Syrup 5rsaparll! Compoiwid. Take
In tablespoonful doses before each meal and
It Is surely worth Ula by anyone who
may be aXfli&U'd.
thankful they did not commit themselves to
that heresy, and I firmly believe that five
years hence they will be just a thankful
to the men who now oppose the guaranty
of deposits and who are trying to educate
them as they were for the firmness shown
by a few in 1896."
Mluoarl Bank Gala.
John E. Swanger, secretary of state for
Missouri, says: "If any deposits have gone
to Oklahoma on account of their guaranty
law, which went Into effect about Febru
ary 16, I have heard no complaints from
our southwest Missouri banks."
According to figures furnished by Mr.
Swanger the deposits In the banks of Jaa
per. McDonald and Newton counties, Mis
souri, February 14. 1908, the day before the
Oklahoma guaranty law went Into effect
were 3.486,7SS, and May 14, 190S, they atood
at the Increased figure of $3,608,508.
Of course this whole discussion as to
-whether th state banks Jisne gained in de
posits and the national banka lost up to
this date la wholly superficial and without
Importance as Indicating the real merits of
the law. The tru tests will be found when
its Influence upon the banking bulsens is
It unquestionably eliminates the value of
experience and of establiahed charncter as
factor In attracting deposits. Heretofore,
in order to establish a auccessful banking
business, it haa been necessary to Identify
some of th leading and highly regarded
men of th community with the institution
as offtoers and directors.
Door Opened to Wildcat.
Every bank advertises freely its list of
directors because the names carry weight
and attract business. In Oklahoma these
considerations no longer have any weight;
any three men who can furnish the min
imum capital required, which la f".T),0P0, can
start a bank and stand Just as fair a
chance of getting deposits a the oldest and
best known banking institution In the state,
officered by men of well known character
Ini fact, the conservative banker Is hope
lessly handicapped In competition for de
posits, because with his views of the man
ner In which deposit should be Invested
he cannot bring himself to offer Induce
ments equal to those of his more venture
some competitors. It would seem that In
the long run he must lose his deposits to
his more aggressive rivals and yet remain
responsible for them in their hands.
The friends of the law base all their cal
culations upon tha assumption that the
banking business will be carried on in the
future practically as In the past by the
same bankers with the same conservatism
and with no greater losses. The opponents
of the law predict a rapid multiplication of
banks, with competition Intensified and a
lowering of the standards of banking prac
tice, a general demoralization of the busi
ness, and heavier losses and the symptoms
already developed point to a verification of
More than fifty new banks have been or
ganised under the atate law alnce January
1 In addition to those which have changed
over from th national system. Most of
these new banks have only the minimum
capital required by law, and In nearly all
cases th banka changing from the national
system have reduced their capital In tak
ing out state charters, evidently upon the
theory that th public Is no longer Inter
ested In a bank's capital, but relies upon
the guaranty fund. I have found only one
bank which has changed from the national
to the state system which has not reduced
Any business man or banker knows that
th capital and surplus of a bank Is the
real guaranty fund behind deposits and to
which depositora must look for their secur
ity. Thla tendency to reduce capital and
rely on the guaranty fund to satisfy de
positora la what might be expected and la
clear proof-beyond all contravention
that the operation of the law Is to relax
and reduce the real and substantial safe
guards to the business.
Law Compel Isauanee of Charter.
This tendency to multiply the banka has
gone ao far that the atate bank commis
sioner haa undertaken In some Instances to
hold It In check by refusing charters. The
organlsera of a new Institution at Prague,
Okl., having been refused a charter!
brought mandamus proceedings against
the commissioner, to which he responded
In court by slating that Prague was a town
of less than 1.000 Inhabitants and already
had three banking lnstitutioni which
amply supplied Its necesslttt.(; t'hat he
organisers of th new bank were people
without prevlou banking experience nrt
Star' ling Instances are being related
whets men who are without cither the
moral or business qualifications commonly
and rightly considered to be necessary for
th management of bonking Institutions
are securing bank charters and on the
strength of the guaranty art are making
successful headway In acquiring deposits.
J. V. McNeal. president of the National
Bank of Commerce at Guthrie, has openly
and publicly made the following statement
concerning certain cases of thia character:
"We have one Instance of where a man
failed In Kansas under his own name, then
started up In huaincaa under his wife's
namn and failed, beating hla creditors out
of I70.O10, not paying them a cent, t'nder
the old territorial law he attempted, under
the gulre of relatives, to start a bank, but
In two years his business was so trlfllns;
that It forced him out of the business.
"He now has already started three banks
In Oklahoma snd boasts lie will start
twelve more. Within sixty days of start
ing one of Ms banks, hla statement shows,
ho had a deposit account of over lloO.OOO.
His cashier Is under Indictment for em
bezzlement. I hope and trust that he will
b able to explain the matter.
"I only mention these facts to show that
It Is immaterial what character of men
are at the head of banks they get the
business by claiming that the state is
guaranteeing them and it makes no differ
ence whatever as to the character or per
sonality of the officers.
Claims State a Partner.
Two men recently started a bank of
tX.ono capital In Oklahoma City, a town of
40,000 or 60,000 Inhabitants. When asked
how they expected to succeed with a bank
of IS.OOO capital In a city of that size one
of them replied: 'What do we care about
eap.tal? The state Is In partnership with
The Farmers' bank of Olenco. Okl.. has
the following astounding claim printed on
the lower left hand comer of Its checka:
Don't forget that all depositors In this
bank are guaranteed against loss by the
state of Oklahoma.' This claim is by no
means an exception; It Is systematically
worked by the banks operating under the
guaranty law to obtain deposits.
"The president of the First National bank
of Perry was a merchant and failed In
business and was compelled to go through
bankruptcy. Naturally he had to resign
his connection with the First National
bank. He has now taken out a charter
and la president of a state bank In Okla
noma. Another man when prohibition
closed up his saloon started up a bank
and has 130.000 to $4O,0CO on deposit.
There can be but one deduction from
this enormous rush for starting new state
banks. They are being started, to a great
extent, by Irresponsible, Inexperienced men
and Instead of indicating solid growth for
the state of Oklahoma they Indicate an era
of Irresponsible and wildcat work .
"I have heard It discussed and think It
might be worked out In actual practice
here that a dishonest man or set of men
might organize a J10.000 bank, then create
a lot of fictitious deposits as the proceeds
of dummy notes and then let the bank
close Its doors snd call on the guaranty
fund to pay these deposits. Naturally If
such a scheme were worked ojt the de
posits would be credited to men In no way
Identified with the note Itself.
"We had one bank failure in my town
for something like 1,000,000. This would
have taken more than 6 per cent assess
ment on the deposits of the state banks of
Oklahoma. Suppose a bank had 100,(X0
deposit on a capital stock of $10,00060 per
cent, or one-half of Its capital stock, would
be confiscated to make up the one loss.
It la more dangerous to the honest small
banker mthan. to the large . one, beaus
the large one can prepare himself to
weather the storm.
Rascal Make More by Falling.
"Cnder the guise of this law an attempt
Is being made to put all banks on an exact
equality. The man who haa spent a life
time In building up an honorable reputation
is sacrificed for the sake of making some
Incompetent, dishonest banker exactly
equal to him. It Is a mistake to suppose
that sacrificing the assets of the solvent
bank Is going to prevent the rascal from
falling. There Is more money In It for the
rascally banker to fall under this law than
to continue In business."
These are certainly atrong and startling
statements, but as Mr. McNeal has not
hesitated to make them before a gathering
of several hundred people the presumption
Is he has the facts with which to back
One of Mr. Bryan's favorite arguments for
the guaranty law Is that Inasmuch as the
national, state and municipal governments
are in the habit of requiring depository
banks to furnish security for those public
deposits the private depositor Is war
ranted In also demanding security.
It Is Interesting, in view of his argument
to find that the state of Oklahoma and
likewise the county and municipal author!
ties through the atate are still requiring
depository banks In the state to furnish
special security for all deposits. In other
words, they are not yet willing to trust
the guaranty law In substitution for special
Another curious and ludicrous feature of
the situation Is the fact that the guaranty
fund Itself, It Is repeatedly asserted here, Is
kept on deposit In the state banks. Of
course each bank in the system will have
a fair right to claim that Its share of the
guaranty fund be deposited with Itself,
and when this Is done the law In its opera
tion will have exactly described a circle
and the depositor will have exactly the
security he had before the fund was
Mr. Martin and come t.i Ploux Kails f'ir a
big closing republican rallv. at whlrli him
self and Hon. John T. K.-an will he the
principal sin us, rs. On Friday Mr. Martin
will speak at Terry and Saturday at liead
wo'd. his home city.
8 H. Klrod, Former tlovemor of Smith
lakota Tuesday. Fulton, with K, K. Wat
ner. Tills will be In the nature of a bla
rally for the repuhllrans of that part of
the state. Cm Wednesday Mr. rarod will
address the republicans of Maytl and vi
cinity at llaytl.
t O. Sherwood of f'tark Thtiradav. at
Arlington. Remainder of the week In Clark
and M.imlln counties.
Thomas Kterllng of Vermldon Wednes
dsy. at Kplphany. with K. K. Wagner.
This will be a big rally of the republicans
or itanson and Miner rounties.
E. Frlrson of F.Ik Point Thursday
nliht, Planktntr-n; Friday night, Dell Rap.
Ids; Saturday, Vermilion.
S. W. Clark. Attorney Oencral of South
Dakota Tuesday. Kthtin: Wednesdav. Old
ham; Thursday and Friday, points In Clay
county; Saturday, lXelllne.
.1. I 1orkhart of Pierre Wednesdav,
Mtidlsnit; Thursday, Mount Vernon; Friday,
farmer; Saturday, I,elelier.
J. M. lwsjn of Alerdeen Tuesday,
Webster: Wednesday, llrlstl: Thursday
r,Tnery; r rmay, -arKston; Paturdsy, Krldge
John Rriekson of Pierre Monday and
Tuesday, points In I-ako county: Wednes
day, points In Kingsbury county; Thurs
day, Friday and Saturday, points In Day
county. All of Mr. rOrlekaon's addresses
will bo made In Norwegian.
J. F. Vogt of Armour Tuesday. Charles
town; Wednesday, Rnsefield, both places
being In Turner county. Mr. Vogt's rul
dressea will be made In the German lan
guage. Early In the campaign It was difficult to
get the voters Interested In public ad
dresses, but as election has approached
Interest has grown and now there is no
further complaint of a lack of attendance
at tho various political meetings.
WHAT YOU HEAR ON THE SIDE
All-Night Restaurant Keeper Tells
Time by His Customers.
TAFT AND BSYAN PICKED TO WIN
Home Fragments of Conversation i
a Street Car that Kiw Why
I'assenstera Miss Their
BOARD BEFORE GRAND JURY
Fire and Police Commission to
of Conditions In Proscribed
Members of the Fire and Tollce board
hav been summoned to appear before the
county grand Jury, presumably to give evi
dence on conditions In the red light dis
trict. The grand Jury has been devoting
considerable time to this subject.
A close Investigation of conditions li: the
so-called redllght district Is being made
by the grand Jury, according to unofficial
reports. The members have made visits for
the personal Inspection of conditions and a
number of witnesses. Including police offi
cers, have been called before the Jury to
tell what they know. Judge Sears In his
charge Instructed them to Investigate the
social vice evil, but did not advocate very
stringent measures until after the legis
lature has had lime to amend the law
given the city authorities the right to reg
ulate the evil.
It Is believed by those who have been
watching proceedings that while the grand
Jury's report will go Into the question In
considerable detail It will not be a radical
report. The Jury has been spending con
siderable time for several days to making
up the report, but It Is not expected to
adjourn until next week.
JUDGE JUSTIFIES OFFENSE
Conrt Tells Defendant He Had a
Right to l'a Carving
"You had a right to use a carving knife
or a gatllng gun to protect yourself."
declared Judge Sears Tuesday morning
when he sentenced Lee. Armstrong, a young
man from South Omaha to one day in the
Judgo Fears ordered ths sentence to begin
to run Monday so Armstrong was released
shortly after he was sentenced.
Armstrong was charged with cutting with
Intent to wound. He had slashed a man
with a meat knife Just outside a South
Omaha saloon. Further Investigation dis
closed several of the men were after him
and m had tried to avoid them. When
the saloon closed he waa forced to leave
and aa ho went ou h grabbed the knife
and used it on the first man he met. It
happened the man he struck was an
Innocent bystander and the brother of the
girl with whom he was keeping company.
He has already served fifty days In Jail
and both Judge Sears and the county at
torney decided he had been punished
enough. He pleaded guilty to assault and
"I don't nid a clock to tell me what
time of night It Is." remarked the managei
of an nil-night restaurant. "The ieiple
who come in Indicate wl'.hin an hour or
two of the length of time frini morning.
"Karly In the evenln; we have business
people, all kinds of solid, substantial folk,
coming In for late dinners up until about
9 o'clock. Then thero Is a lull until the
theaters let out and It Is euay to tell from
the playgoers who drop In that it Is near
II. Then about midnight we have cus
tomers w ho work st night and I hey drop
In for their lunch. From midnight until 2
or 3 o'clock there are the men about town
and their companions of the half-world
and from then on until morning we catch
the stragglers, belated travelers, a few
drunks and other driftwood. Then some
of the early workers come for their break
fast and we know that another day is
about to begin."
"Shay, wanta ask you question," began
the inebriated Individual aa he came tack
ing down Sixteenth street In front of the
Rome and hove to within easy speaking
distance of the Innocent bystander. "Who
you think goln' be 'lected thish fall?"
"I don't know,' was the answer.
"Well, do you think? persisted the heavy
"I really haven't formed any opinion," In
sisted the bystander who, In addition to be
ing Innocent, waa also good natured.
"Well, you can guess, can't you. Any
body can guess, don't cost a cent."
"Well." said the I. B. with an nlr of
profound deliberation, "I think It will be
Taft and Bryan."
"Yesh, zhats right. Jus' what I shald all
time," said the malt-heavy one as he pur
sued his devious and uncertain way.
She was dressed In a w.ne-eolored suit,
trimmed with yards and yards of black
braid and tallor-mads right up to tho min
ute. Her black hat. with Its long plume,
was wound with folds of white ribbon. She
was standing on Sixteenth street, appar
ently looking at a millinery display in a
As she stood there she drew from her
chatelaine a handkerchief, one corner of
which was heavy with face powder, and
Incldently she made furtive dabs at her
face. A rude man who chanced to pass
noticed that back of the hats and plumes
In the window was a mirror wherein the
fair face of the girl was depicted. The
hurrying crowds thought she was interested
In the hats and plumes, but she wasn't.
Bits of conversation heard on a crowded
Walnut Hill car last night:
"That Detroit team Is a wonder. Of
course, they didn't win the pennant, but
look what they did In that exhibition game
Well, what If Bryan does carry Nebraska,
that's only eight votes, and there's New
York and Indiana and Ohio Of course
there's only one chance In thirty of drawing
a claim, but you know tta on the aquare.
Anything Uncle Sam Is back of Is Look at
that hat over there; wouldn't you hate to
be seen with such a fright O, conductor,
stop the car. You have taken me two
blocks beyond my corner already."
He had two black eyea and the general
appearance of a man who had taken the
short end of the gate receipts as he drifted
into tho Hchllts hotel the other night and
with an unsteady hand registered himself
us John Doe of Omaha.
The clerk looked at the name, then at
the man, and decided that room twenty
three was Just about a fit.
"Twenty-three," roused the man as he
looked at the number. "Guess I'd better
skidoo to bed." And he did.
NEBRASKA CITY. Oct. :7 -Sp clal.l
George L. Matthews of Omaha and Misi
Elizabeth Flllarsch of this city were united
In mprrtsge th's morning at St.
Benedict Catholic church in the presence
of a large number of friends aud relatives.
The young couple left fcr Omaha this
afternoon, where they will make their fu
Saved His Bum Life.
"My 3-year-old boy was badly con
stipated, had a high fever and was In an
awful condition. I gave him two doses of
Foley's Orlno Laxative and the next morn
ing the fever waa gone and he was en
tirely well. Foley's Orlno Laxativu saved
hla life." A. Wolkush, Caslmer. Wis. Sold
by all druggists.
Only One "BROVo nl'IMSE"
That Is Laxative Brorno Quinine. Look for
the signature 'of E. W. Grove. Used the
world over to Cure a Cold In One Day. 2oo.
FOR AN UPSET STOMACH OR INDIGESTION
that he had exercised a
In refusing th charter.
The district court, however, sustained the
ARMY OK SPEAKERS IX DAKOTA
Republicans Sanguine of Klectlon of
Ticket Next Week.
SIOLX FALLS. 8. D.. Oct. 26. (Special.)
During the remaining days of the pres
ent campaign In South Dakota the repub
licans will have a small army of speakers
In the field In various parta of the state.
The republicans do not fear the outcome
of the election on Tuesday of next week,
expecting to carry the state by anywhere
from 1S.00O to M.W, but they will leave no
stone unturned to make the victory as
overwhelming in character as possible.
Speeches were made today at the places
stated by the following republican speak
ers: Governor Crawford, at Gregory: Senator
Gamble, at LfBeau; Charles H. Burke, ot
Rapid Citv: Messrs. Martin snd Vessey.
at Rapid City and Wall; 8. H. Klrod. at
Lennox: Thomas Sterling, at Scotland; 8.
W. Clark, at liaxel: John K Krlekson. at
polnta In Lake county, and J. F. Vogt, at
The assignments thus far made for the
time remaining between now and election
are aa follows:
Governor Co I. Crawford Tuesday,
Wagner; Wednesday, Madiaon: Thursday.
Pierre: Friday. Onlda and Gettysburg ;
Saturday. Faulkton and Ipawleh: Monday.
November I. Huron. thl bel- tne closing
rally of the campaign .it Huron and lo
Beadle county, the home city and county
of Governor Crawford. vho Is the repub
lican nomine for t'nlted Statea senator.
I'nited State Senator Robert J. Gamble
Tuesday. Mohrldge: Wednesday. Immon;
Thursday, fcelhv; Friday. How die.
Charlea H. Burke. Republican Nomine
for Congresa Tuesday. Cottonwood;
Wednesday, lona and Chamberlain; Thurs
day. Iroiuols; Friday. Hlghmore; Satur
Ebon W. Martin. Republican Nominee
for Congreas. and Robert 8. Vessey. Re.
publican Nominee for Governor Tuendav,
Sturgi: Wednefdav. Belle Fourehe; Thura
day. Whitewood and Boearflsh. At this
Juncture Mr. Vessey will separate from
Believes your Stomach distress just
about five minutes later.
Every family here ought to keep some
Dlapepsln in the house, aa any one of
you may have an attack of Indigestion or
Stomach trouble at any time, day or
This harmless preparation will digest
anything you eat and overcome a sour
stomach five minutes afterward!.
If your meaU don't tempt you, or what
little you do eat seems to fill you. or
laya like a lump of lead In your stomach,
or If you have heartburn, that Is a sign
Ask your Pharmacist for a EO-cent case
of Pape's Iiiiipepslii and take one trl
angule after supper tonight. There will
be no sour risings, no belching of undi
gested food mixed with acid, no stomach
gas or heartnurn, fullness or heavy feel
ing in the stomach. Nausea, Debilitating
Headaches, Dlrzlness or Intestinal grip
ing. This will all go, and, besides, there
will be no aour food left over In the
stomach to poison your breath with nau
Pape's Dlapepsln Is a certain cure for
all stomach misery, because It will take
hold of your food and digest It Just the
same as If your stomach wasn't there.
Actual, prompt relief for all your stom
ach misery Is at your Pharmacist, wait
ing for you.
These large EO-cent cases contain more
than sufficient to cure a i aae of Dyspep
sia or Indigestion.
t r iv - v nm
"Correct Dress for Men and Boys"
EVERY man wants stylish clothcsj
there's great satisfaction in being cer
iU. f-eU:UI, sWceorl
Id 111 illdl yUU Ult. ianuuauiy n ijjvui
It gives a man that assurance which
makes for success, to know his clethes
are correctly cut, and of late design;
that the tailoring has been done by skillful
hands, and is above criticism; in short, that he
is a well dressed man. It is such clothes that
we have outlined we offer you" clothes from
the great "House of Kuppenheimer"; clothes
from the celebrated Stein, Bloch & Co.; clothes
from the famous Schloss Bros. & Co." "Good
Clothes" "Perfect Clothes" "Bright and Right
Handsome Suits, $15, $1& and $20
Elegant O'coats. $15. $18 and $20
Choica Trousers. $3. $4. $5 SL $6
For clothes and smart toggery, come to
the store whence good things come.
To Each and Every Person
.in TWO GENTS hfrMhfs
Political Platform Book
of 64 page, containing the piatfofau
of, and much accurate and interesting
in!oimlion concerning, ths five prin
cipal political parties whose preaiden-ti-1
candidate, are now ia the field.
City Tlrkat Offle. 1394 T
Pfeonci, lieLU XXmff. IMS; Is 4. A8MI.
Tha sen, of going
power you feel when
mounted on a food
horse, your own
muscles will give
you when your
feet are shod with
LEWIS A. CROSSETT, lac
North A bins ton, Mas
U and 5$
Take the RIGHT ROAD
A Ticket via the
Insures a pleasant, speedy and satisfactory trip. The Limited, leaving
Omaha Union Depot at C:05 every evening, Is Electric Lighted through
out, i3 equipped with latest Pullman Sleeping Cars, Free Reclining
Chair Cara and Observation End Parlor Cars with Dining Room.
Dinner It served after leaving, and breakfast served before arrival
at 8:35 the next morning.
Telephone, Call or Write to jfr jf-r
W. 0. DAVIDSON, City Passenger Agent. '
Fboae Sonflaa 80.
IBIS raraast gtreet, Omaha.
BAILEY (El MACH
Beat equipped Denial of flea la th middle weev,
Highest grade Dentistry at Reasonable fhrteea.
Fercelala fillings, jaat like Ue toH.
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Career 16th aad Wmrum Streetav
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