Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 08, 1908, NEW SECTION, Page 4, Image 4

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    THE OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 8. 1008.
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Knox
Incter I.W
Ix)sn k t 147
Madmon 1.S74
Merrick 1.1X0
Nuckolla l.fiYt
Olo ....u tin
PlHtte l.M
Piiwnpn 1,611
Prrklnn 3
Phelps l.m
Pierce 1.072
Polk t 1.215
Red Willow 11
Richardson Z.1F4
Rock 472
Rtanton W7
Pherldan 733
Sherman 793
Hallne 2.125
Parpy 9f7
Scott'B Bluff 808
Bioux 6'
Thayer 1.7S0
Thuraton 8H0
Valley I.nso
Wayne l.uw
WashlnRton 1.6M
Webster 1,443
Wheeler ?!
York 2.A0
Totals. 78 counties lltl,t4
Majority.
Btat Aadltor.
t.
Cooyrlfhted 1908 by
SCHL0SS BROS 8 CO.
Fine Clothes Makers
Baltimore and New York j
STYLE is what makes a Man proud of his Clothes it is
the distinguishing feature of Sen loss Clothes
Schloss Baltimore Clothes are made for men who find pleasure
and satisfaction in dressing as well as they possibly can men
who appreciate what good clothes mean to them in business
and social life it is the best, investment you can make to look your best at all
times, and you will be astonished to see at what little cost.
Ask the Fashionable Clothes Shop of your City to show you
the 1009 SCHLOSS models it they haven't the new
models we will cheerfully send them no obligation to
buy our pleasure to show.
DON'T ACCEPT a substitute look for the genuine with this
LABEL sewn in garment.
QrvimvitYvvvtfirY
A
Baltimore
FOR SALE AT
chlossBros.&Co.
New York
BEFORE THE PEOPLE'S BAR
Yft. Bernice 'Williams is Fined More
' - . - Than Her Theft. ;
10 MONEY, SHE MUST GO' TO JAU
. Flna
Collelt, Moch 8oaa;ht Han,
Uy Dlavhwared Becaoac
None-Who Wants llira "
Shows' Up."
A fins . of $25 and coats was Imposed
jpan. Mrs. Bernice Williams In police
court Saturday morning; for petit lar.ceny,
the foods which she Is supposed to have
stolsn from a large department story
being; eight pieces of silk valued at 1 15.
F6f'latfk of money to pay the fine she
wa ' placed In confinement again. TUe
wpman admitted taking some of the silk,
tovt -said that most of it' was taken, by
anotner' woman. Thd goods were found
on her person when she was arrested by
Patrolman Cullen Friday afternoon.
After being arrested on suspicion of
being a "trouser burglar," discovered to
be a much wanted burglar who operated
on a large acale and held for a reward
. 4f $290 offered by the police of Winona,
Winn., for his capture, Joe Collette. alia
Headley. alias Simpson, was discharged
In police' court Saturday morning be
cause no aumorities wnt for him. It la
understood that the Sioux City and St.
Paul police, who had advertised for lila
capture, did not want him now because
tho witnesses against him had left their
Jurisdiction. With Collette his wife,
Edna, was also released. They were ar
rested by Detectives lleltf leld and
levrese more than a week ago and had
been confined In the city Jail ever since.
Police Judge Bryce Crawford thinks
that when a man' Is "beat up" for doing
soms 'minor thing that Is against the law
he baa had enough punishment. So S. C.
Carter of Council Bluffs was discharged
In police court Saturday morning when
h appeared, with his head banduged, to
The Midwest Life
There la a little book published by THE
SPECTATOR which gives a list of per
son's In the I'nited ' States and, Canada
who carry $30,000 of life Insurance ami
upwards.. Many of these persons give their
reasons, such as: "Life insurance Is fre
quently the most available aaaet tor a
family, even In the ease of well-to-do
business men." "Every man who has others
dependent upon him should Inrure his life
for as large an amount aa he can afford
to carry." "I carry this amount because
aa I analyse my Income, I find that the
greater part Is not derived from capital in
vested, but rather from whatever experi
ence apd know ledge of my . bupiness I
poMSa backed up by dally, personal work "
The Mldweat 1-lfe sells life insurance to
Nebraska people.' It Is an old line company,
a Nebraska company. Home Office 1U07 "O"
Urtet, Lincoln; Omaha Agency, Room 331
ttcc4 t Trade Building. Adv.
answer the charge of having been drunk
and abusive to a horse which he hired
Friday afternoon. It la said that he hired
a horse and buggy at Myers' barn,
Twenty-fourth and Clark streets, at
2 o'clock and returned the animal in bad
shape after 9 o'clock that night. The
owner of the horse decorated Carter's
face and head with a motley array of
bumps and bruises, which Judgo Craw
ford considered sufficient punishment for
the offense. ...
With two $5 fines to pny and. only money
enough to pay one of them, Mrs Msry
McFadden wer.t back to Jail SiUirday
mc-inlng, wMle her husband got his re
lease and wont to work to got money for
tbe other fine. The pair had been' arrested
with James Bombbr. MeFndden's step
father, on a charge of disturbing the peace.
Bombler'e fine was paid by his wife, so he
could also go to work. All three live at 2218
Leavenworth rtreet, where the trouble oc
curred Friday afternoon.
Fifteen days Irj Jail will be the penalty
Tom Eaklns of 1S07 St. Mary's uvenne will
nay for being drunk and abusing his wife,
it Is said that a revolver Is Ms favorite
plaything when he comes home nt night
and that he has threatened to shoot her
with. It. A shot which he f.red Friday
night when he returned iiome uttracted the
neighbor?, who had Eaklns locked up
Four sentences of thirty days each wore
handed out in police court Saturday morn
ing to prisoners who had been arreted oil
charges of vagrancy or suspicion, or on
charges of being Immoral women. An ef
fort Is being made to Improve conditions of
this kind by punishing the offenders eJ
veroly, and all detectives and patrolmen
are kept constantly on the lookout for
them. Earl Hoffman, Ed Seymoro, Jennie
Collins and Luminda Monroe, the latter
colored, were the recipients of thirty-day
sentences Saturday.
STATE COUNT DRAGS
(Continued from First Page.)
i.n-t
.7M
1M
17
l.oti)
1.512
2T.
t.44
1 104
Carton. Price.
Adams 1.824
Antelope 1,713
Banner INI
Boone 1,5X8
Boyd ;.. 9V9
Box Butte .'
Brown 629
Buffalo . 2 447
Burt 1,93
Butler , 1.472
Cass 2,546
Cedar l.WW
Clvsse 423
Cherry 1.122
Cheyenne ; Mo
Clay l,!lii
coitax l.ioo
Custer ' 2,921
Cuming
Dakota .
Dawes .
Dawson
Deuel ..
Dixon ..
Dods;e
l.Sol
. 7R7
852
1.7M
527
1.278
2.456
Douglas 14.503
499
1.797
1.12J
1.144
1,451
8,904
3S7
603
99
59
2.574
370
l.lffl
667
118
1.584
991
A Frightful Kipfrleor.
with biliousness, malaria and constipation
is quickly overcome by taking Dr King's
New Life Pills. 25c. For sale by Beaton
Drug Co.
Hamilton- 117 1632 1192 1156
Harlan 89 1324 7ii 1285
Hayes 32 2.0 239 1SJ
Hitchcock C8 6S7 bOt 44
Holt 1651 17M 1327 1414
Hooker Ill 91 54 S
Howard 9 i42 857 10S8
Jefferson 1&08 1827 1573 SOtl
Johnson 1322 1196 2235 8
Kearney l(n Hi8 83S 8M '
Keith 372 80S ls M
Keya Paha 431 332 274 194 1
Kimball 2:'9 123 77 33
Knox 1853 2141 1441 1257
Lancaster 6077 6u85 6754 3240
Lincoln 1441 1438 985 6S7
Logan i.. 147 147 71 70
Madison !HB -9 1512 123J
Merrick 1127 1129 948 760
Nunco 1(53 5S 883 62$
Nemaha 15i6 1&9 148 1140
Nuckolls 1508 1531 123 1 964
Otoe, 2319 J.1S4 ' 940 17"0
Pawnee 1454 1170 1349 801
Perkins 1 134 l.Sfl
Phelps 1447 1224 992 90
Pierce 1044 1119 769 713
Platte 1382 2678 1047 216
Polk 1144 1303 902 980
Keil Willow 1237 l:tfi4 914 613
Richardson 2071 2362 1856 1730
liork 4 883 390 1
Saline 19M 2239 1782 1513
Sarpy 892 1117 722 798
B lunders 218 277 18 $ 19M1
6 ott's Bluff -'2 51 MS 232
fceward 1832 2150 1616 14M
Sioux 6-'8 461 157
Sheridan 695 503 467 $8
Sherman 761 943 6M 478
Stintnn 763 872 693 641
Thaver 16(8 17S3 1494 1177
Thurs.on 884 7 '9 466 i'4
Thomas 10 125 56 0
Vallev 10f'2 1095 799 fit
Washington H98 15.S 1214 1087
Wavne 1162 103 936 769
Webster 13f-' 1409 1107 92
Wheelt r 238 . 246 154 141
York 1959 1883 1977 1379
I T. tali, 87 count .1220)4 U9259 98282 86642
1.920
1.408
67
1,674
98
653
49,1
2,264
l.l'O
2.0.2
2.32
1.670
330
VI
7f.5
1.8H1
1.266
2,774
1,703
7
6P8
1,750
863
1.0U7
2,573
16,300
36
1,975
1, 0
820
1.696
2, 2
359
637
92
1,0M
2,012
276
1.1N2
617
93
1.760
1.428
1.713
1.128
m
121
2.040
7,191
152
l.56
1.057
1.608
1.0J5
1,213
l.Otf
2.467
1,279
2.2(6
1,256
315
2,179
1,088
522
711
935
454
675
1.672
719
1.310
1.061
1,430
242
998
1.946
Totals. 77 counties .. 115,773 111,192
Railway Commissioner.
Williams. Cowclll.
Adams 2.(30
Antelope 1,688
Banner 176
Boone 1.601
Box Butte 541
Boyd 983
Brown 602
Butler 1.407
Buffalo 2,257
Burt 1.895
Cass 2,614
Cedar 1.626
Chase 410
Cheyenne 303
Cherry 1,083
Clay t.... 1,938
Golfax 1,139
Cuming 1,271
Custer 2,8
Douglas 13,810.
Dakota 74S
Dawes 798
Dawson 1,762
Deuel 621
Dodge 2,475
Dundy 4x8
Fillmore 1,774
Frontier 1.127
Franklin 1.K4
Furnas ..1,432
Garfield 36)
l.l fjj
1.04 X JlHv
1.290 4VJV4
420 fijX "H 1
1,658 4$ fe, r
1.06.1 1J All i
" mm 3
Dundy
Fillmore
Franklin
Frontier .
Furnas ..
Gs
Oarflcld .
Gosper ...
Grant
Greeley ..
Hall
Hayes ...
Harlan ...
Hitchcock
Hooker ..
Holt
Howard .
Jefferson i 2.0o7
Johnson 1.391
Keith 37A
Kimball 230
Knox 1.982
Lancaster 7,878
Logan . 152
Madison 2,154
Merrick 1,206
Nuckolla ....rr 1,639
Pawnee 1,5.16
I'erKins v n
Phelps 1.607
Pierce t. 1.06S
Platte l.fSI
Polk 1,233
Richardson 2,188
Red Willow l.o6
Rock 497
Saline 2,160
Harpy ., ioz
Scott's Bluff 820
Sheridan 79
Sherman 802
Sioux 627
Stanton 672
Thayer 1,765
Thurston 8!9
Webster 1,462
Wayne 1.298
Washington 1,610
Wheeler 237
Valley 1,075
York 2,344
a
1 redft Buvinpon Onaen Accounlt
$4.35
BASH BOMIBI ir you want
full value for your money In a
Base Burner, be mire and see our
line. Ask to see the big $27.09
Base
Burner
we sell
at.
CKKDIT
At this ator Is the name as one mer
chant burtnjr from another. Oar credit
j stem Is the simplest, the bet, the
moat feasible plan yet devised. It haa
no annoyances, no unpleasantness
about it. It Is of ft HIGH CHAIIAO
TKIt and Is open to ereryone. To
gether with onr LOW TKICKS. It l ft
link Uiat will help every man who
must make his money go fall way.
tt)MK TO THK HTOltK THAT'H
sgi'AIlK ALL OVKK.
Handsome Presents
Free to All
On bill of $IO, a pretty rug.
On hill of 925, tuuHlnome rocker.
On ft bill of $30, an elegant Morris
chair.
On ft bill of $73, fine dinner set.
On bill of $100, an upholstered
couch.
Many other valuable present.
X
$J V " JaafrWwaw-T
ee tne Mg -'..&
$18.50
$49.50
mn booms rvBjriBKBO
ooiiraxTa roB
This Is one-third less than what other
stores ask you for an outfit not as good.
OFT COAX HBATEBS An
exceptional value in a well
made and serviceable aoft conl
heater. The best
of construction.
An $8.00
value special . .
CARPETS. RUC8 and BEDDING
Some Special Talus That apeak for Themselves.
Mo Ingrain Carpets Hale price, V)
per yard tJK
80o Wool In grata Carpet Long lasting kind, C?a
sale price, per yard -
Brussels Carpet Extra quality, 90a values Ac
..... .....
sale price, per yard
S.00 Bsverslbls Bn$-
sale price .
tia.50 Brussels Bog's Extra good quality,
room sue sale price
1.60 Comforts Good, warm kind
sale price
1.80 Blankets Good quality
sale price
..$2.98
$10.50
79c
HONK8T VALI KS.
IiOWKST TRICKS.
L1DEIUL TERMS.
FAIR TREATMENT,
SBZaSXBB All ex
ceptional value In a sub
stantial and well made
Dresser. Built of solid
oak and have three
large drawers and
Frencn piate mirror-
12.60
value
special
at ,
IAMB FBICB OH BAST CBEBXT TI1M8.
V
piaie inirrur
$7.75
OUTFITTING CO.
1315 -IT-19 FARNAH ST.
BTEETj BABOZS Best
value In the city. .Special
arraxle of steel, full asbestos
lined, 3.
value
sale
price. . .
t
$23.50 :
Wheeler 238
York 2.279
Dixon 1,237
246
1.907
1.147
Totals, 76 counties 105,945 106,756
Attorney General.
Thompson. Fleharty.
Greeley
Uage ..
Grant
Gosper ........
Hltchco'k ....
Hooker
Holt
Harlan
Hall
Hayes
Howard
Jefferson
Johnson
Keith
Kimball
Knox
Logan
Madison
Merrick
Nuckolls
Otoe
Pawnee
Perkins
Phelps
Pierce
Platte
Polk
Red Willow .,
Richardson ..
Rock
Sarpy
Sa ine
Ecott's Bluff
6loux
Sheridan
Sherman
Stanton
Tha er
Thurston
Valley
Wsyne ,
Webster
Incomplete.
Slate
Treasarer.
KKI.lt. IOI NOTES.
Rev. V. II. Montanar. a French Catholic.
friest. who has recently been brought to
his country from Canton, China, is about
to oraanixe work among the Chinese in
New York City, under the direction of Rev.
John J. Dunn, diocesan director of the So
ciety for the Propagation f the Faith.
Rev. Ixiuls K. HoMen. president of the
t'nlversity of Wooster. has announced that
L. 11. Severance of Cleveland had given
! 0 i ,r ti,t .,.imanei.t . nil.. nient oi tne
Bible and' missionary training school, oper-'
ated in connection with the university, the
alft being made In memory of his wife. Mis.
Florence Severance.
As the result of action by the congrega
tion of the Madison Avenue Baptist church
of Philadelphia, u unanimous call to the
pastorale of the church will be extended
to Rev. Dr. Charles A. Eaton, pastor of
the Euclid Avenue Baptist church of Cleve
land, the church in that city attended by
John D. Rockefeller.
The silver Jubilee of Archbishop ltlordari
was made the occasion In Ban Francisco
of a celebration by Catholics from all parts
of the Pacific coast. Pontifical high mass
at St. Mary's cathedral was attended by
seven blshoM of the church and over 300
members of the clergy. Archhish.ip Riord.in
has been receiving congratulations from
Pope Plus and Cardinal Gibbons and many
otUcr church dlgnilaif
Brian. Mackey.
Adams 2.029 2.126
Antelope i.H& 1,431
bai.ner 174 72
Looiie ;. 1.727 . 1.4:J
Hull. 1,433 ' 2,0.4
Box Butte 617 60
Burt 1.913 1.1,3
Buffalo' 2.278 2.238
Boyd 98 662
Brown .' 616 4a
Cutis .' 2.513 2.843
Cedar 1,665 1.6 6
l oilax ., 1.143 1.1T73
Chase 415 338
Cheyenne til 756
Cherry 1.114 9
Clay , 1,951! 1,!01
Custer '. 1.638 3.UM8
Cuming .'... 1,277 1.740
Duwes 613 75B
I Dodge. 2,472 2,53
Douglas ..; 14,4:a 15,184
l'awum 1,750 1(7
Dukota 7'57 689
Deuel 524 j;i
Dixon 1.281 I.OHJ
Dundy 491
Killni.'ie 1.788 1.S7
Franklin 1.1(9 ).8
Kiontler ; ' 1 128 632
' Furnas J. 451 1 &sj
Ifosper 6"4 626
'Gr.-eley 748 1.042
I Garfield 374 ;52
liage S.857 21
Giant lot 93
Haves 372 ' 271
Harlan M4 1.14$
Holt 1,556 1,75ft
Hooker lo8 . 92
Hall 2344 117$
Howard 976 1.446
Hiichcotk j 6.-9
JtffersiHi 2.oi6 1.717
Johnsou 1.3M 1.106
Keith. 368 304
Kimball X-l 124
99
, 49
. 642
. 110
1,675
. 1.140
, 2,205
871
. 965
. l.SW
. 1,392
. 367
. 211
. 1,821
, 147
. 2.123
, 1.168
, 1.532
. 2,s;9
. 1.515
2
, 1,438
. 1.142
. 1.501
. 1,18
. 1.192
. 2.120
, 4m
.. 946
. 2,188
. 807
. 621
.. 740
. 793
. 66$
. 1,731
. 584
. 1,055
,. 1 282
. 1,426
377
2,682
386
1,900
810
1.33
1.623
857
1,092
3,90
93
642
624
92
1,753
1.164
2,tU
271
1.466
1,741
1.1U
308
118
2,155
152
1.68S
1.086
1.513
29
1,114
i,'288
1.0,:6
2.609
1.302
1.37U
2.264
8-2
1,053
2,141
624
460
702
926
696
1.6H8
735
1.040
1.060
1.22
Adams 1.052
Antelope 1,687
Banner ISO
Boone 1,608
Box Butts 620
Brown 610
Buffalo 1 2,366
Burt 1.944
Butler 1,448
Cass 2.643
Cedar 1,676
Cherry 1,116
Cheenne 906
Clay 1964
Cuming I',3i2
Dakota 768
Dawson 1,771
Bundy 481
odge 2.4x8
Dawes 867
Deuel 625
Douglas ; 14,376
Fillmore 1,7x1
Frontier 1,118
Franklin 1,122
Grant 101
Gage $,831
Garfield $72
Gosper 61$
Greeley 692
Hayes 376
Harlan 1.188
Hooker 113
Holt 1.581
Howard 995
Hall 2.338
Hitchcock 660
Johnson 1.404
Z.-
Keith 367
Madison 2.148
Merrick 1,232
2.190
1.445
67
1.562
7i
870
616
2.136
2.332
1,182
Z.348
1,726
342
772
1,008
1,980
1,HW
1.745
2,768
15.084
702
, iXi 1 Kimball
1.92o u-i,h
Nuckoll
Pawnee ...
Phelps ....
Pierce
Platte
Polk
Richardson
Rock,
1,541
1,627
1,612
1,07(1
1.628
1.204
2.124
481
Saline 2,128
Uncle Sam and
Olivo OH
The purity of Olive Oil of Imported
or domestic origin Is fully guaranteed
by Uncle Sam and ourselves.
We handle tbe choicest brands of
French, Italian and.Callfornla Oil. and
ell at the following low prices:
Olive Oil. Berl French
Trial sire 10c
-plnt bottle 30c
1-plnt bottle .45c
1-quart bottle, short.. 75c
1 full quart can $1.00
-gallon can.,..:. $1.76
1-ttallon can.. .' $3.25
Olive Oil, Golden Gate (California)
4 ounces, 25c; 8 ounces 45c
1 pint, 75c; 1 quart $1.25
H gallon, $2; 1 full gallon, $3.50
Olive Oil. Tuscan (Italian)
4 ounces, 25c; 8 ounces 35c
1 pint, 60c; 1 quart $1.00
Olive Oil, Lautier'a (French)
H pint. 40c; 1 pint 50c
1 quart $100
We absolutely guarantee the purity of
the above Oils and their fitness for
! medicinal or dietetic use.
Sherman & McConnell
Drug Co.
CVr. 10th and Dodge Sts.
OWL DRUG VO. '
. Cor. lth and tiarney.
Scott s Bluff
aloux
Sheridan ....
Sherman ...
Stanton
1 hayer
Thuraton ...
Wayne
Washington
Wheeler ....
Websier ....
York
Otoe .j
Sarpy
Red Willow
Jefferson ...
Perkins
Logan
Valley
Dixon
Knox
Chase
Furnas
Colfax
Custer
794
. 632
. 742
. 8(
. 686
. 1.749
. 96
. 1,301
. 1,630
246
. 1.473
. 2,307
. 2,283
.. 933
. 1,275
. 2,602
." 146
. 1.067
. 1,310
. 1,931
. 415
. 1,453
. 1.161
. 2.924
.1116,616
2.18$
1.4,0
67
1,532
661
604
2.206
1,143
2.100
2,301
1,6.3
92
772
1,910
1.72
69
1.902
397
2,6t$
C96
374
15.336
1.978
810
1,9
93
2
363
624
1,081
266
1,117
c9
1,734
1.429
2.1.5
616
1,107
113
313
1.66$
1,066
1,60.
1.096
1.19.
1,082
2,503
1,23
2 28
319
1195
623
4o$
6 5
$12
tK3
l.l2
717
1,037
1,416
HJ
1,311
1.980
2.3.1
1,034
1.259
1,714
1
152
1.0Z8
1.012
2.064
344
1,602
1.270
2,766
106,896
Storm Coats
FOR -MEN
The kind you can wear for dress, street
or auto. Fancy mixtures or plain
colors. Storm and military collars.
SIO.OO to $35.00
OMAHA RUBBE Rl C O
1608 Harney St VX'-- " ' .:.Y7 5S&ff
Totals. 76 counties
Majority.
Stat Seaate.
Following is a partial list of newly elected
members ot the state senate:
1 J. R. Cain (rep.)
8 T. J. Majors uep.)
8 8. H. Buck (dem.)
4 W. B. Uannlr-41 (dem.)
i Alex Laverty (rep.)
6 Frank T. Hunson (dein.)
E. E. Howell (dem.)
John M. Tanner tdem.)
7 O. R. Thompson (rep.)
8 G. W. Wlltse (rep.)
9 J. D. Huuield lUem.)
lir'red Volpp (deni.t
11 C. A. Randall dep.)
12 F. J. lleii.v (uem )
13 D. A. Donohoe (dem.)
15 J. A. Ollis (uem.)
16 C. F. Rodmaon.
17 J. H. Bohrman (dem.)
18 E. L. King trap.)
19 G. W. Fuller (dem.)
20 E. P. Brown (rep.)
J. B. Miller (dem.)
21 Jacob Klein (dem.)
2 F. W. Bartoos (dein.)
23 Smith Ketchum (dem.)
24 Herman Dlers dem.)
26 J. M. Cox (rep.)
26 1 B. Besse (dem.)
27 George W. Tibbets (dem
28 A. G. Warren (rep.)
29 John C. Gammll (rep.)
30 L. L. Raymond (rep.)
The Hna.
A list of newly elected members of the
house of representatives follows, Including
those whose election has been Indicated by
returns:
1 Ralph Clark (dem.)
Heuiy Gerdca (dein.)
otto Kolouc (dem.)
A. D. Barclay trep.j
VV. B. Raper (rep.
t Fred Hector (uem.)
B. T. bkevn (dem.)
4 j. G. OConnel (rep.)
( Charles W. Pool (dem.)
g a. W. Leldisn iiitlii.)
E J. Btedinan (dem.)
1 Charles E. Noyes (rep.)
D. Bmlth (rep.)
5 M. A. Bates (Uem.)
$ J. M. Gales 'dem. I
10 Peter G. H. B)land (dem.)
William Bolt (dem.
James P. ConnolW (dun ,
Robert H. Holmes (dem.)
Jeremiah Howard (dem.)
J. P. Kraus (dem.)
W. 8. Shoemaker (dem.)
William V. filoecker (dem.)
Walter P. Thomas idem.)
11 H. D. Behbeuger (dem.)
11 Nels Johnson (rep.l
U B. V. Gnfftn (rep)
f
14 W. J. McVicker (dem.)
Frank P. Lawrence (dem.)
15 Charles Graff (dem.)
16 D. C. Heffernan (dem.)
17 Adam Pilger (dem.)
18 8. Sabersun (rep.)
19 John Kui. rdem.)
20 J. M. Falcott (dem.)
21 U. W. Fannon (rep.)
22 1. 8. Bygland (dem.)
23 Lew Young (dem.)
24 James Greig (dem ) "
26 J. H. Weems dim.)
26 W. A. Rothsack (rep.)
27 F. L. Hadsell (rep.)
Frank Doleiell (dem.)
28 J. DobUI (dein.)
Joseph Lux (dem.)
9 C. A. Ritchie (dem.)
Henry Scheele (dem.)
50 Cyrus Black (rep.)
W. J. Blystone (rep.)
K. W. Brown (rep.)
Fred B. Humphrey (dem.)
O. E. Groves (dem.)
N. C. Norton (dem.)
51 John Chalb (dem
J. H. Hoapodsky (dem.)
52 B. H. Begole (rep.)
D. J. Klllen (rep.)
C. J. McColl (rep.)
53 F. O. Ellis (rep.)
34 Wes Pickens (dem.)
36 William Grueber (dem.)
36 John P. Thlessen (rep.)
$7 P. A. Murphy (dem.)
H. N. Swan (dem.)
38 D. W. Baker (rep.)
A. B. Taylor (rep.)
ID Victor E. Wilson (dem.)
40 J. G. Boelts (dem.)
41 R. W. Boyd (dem.)
1 J. Evara (dem.)
42 D. M. Nettleton (rep.)
J. E. Broderlck (dein.)
43 A. H. Bowman (dem.l
44 Dr. B. F. Raines (rep.)
46 T. J. Cooperrlder (dem.)
46 Erlck Johnson rep.)
47john W. Sink (dem.)
F. S. West (dem.)
48 8ren Pries (dem.)
49 John L. Fogarty (rep.)
60 H. A. Allen (rep.)
H. R. Henry (dem.)
61 B. 8. Harrington (dem.)
53 C. H. Chase (rep.)
64 B. K. Bushee (rep.)
65 S. J. Botts dem )
66 W. J. Taylor (nem.)
E. Mii'er (dem.)
67 E. A. Krown (dem.)
58 Armstrong (rep.)
G. W. Barrett (rep.)
69-H. T. Worthing (dem.
60 J. H. Marlott (dem.)
61 L. H. Eastman (dem.)
2 Joseph Snyder (dem.)
63 E. W. Roberts (rep.,
64 J. W. Kelly (dem.)
65 Frank Moore (rep.)
66 Dr. E. 8. Case (dem.)
67 W. Z. Taylor (dem.)
THE TURTLE AND ThT COYOTE
How tha Former Punished tha Lat
ter for Ktls( the Tor
lie's K a sa
in 1850 a war party of Cheyennes had
started out on foot to take horses and had
got as far south as Black Butte creek
perhaps Big creek of the whites which
runs Into the Smoky Hill river from the
north, near where Fort Larned afterward
stqpd.
Th$y had comn to the banks of this
stream and waro sitting there resting, some
of them drinking water, others lying down
in the grass and sleeping. As they sat
there one of the men saw coming over the
prairie a coyoto, slowly troulnjr toward the
stream. It acted as If It rmclled some
thing. Now. it Is he law that when people aVe
on the war path they must not kill or in
jure slther wolf or coyote, so no one
thought of harming this animal, and the
men sat there and looked at it and one
said to the others: "Sit still, now; do not
frighten it; let us see what It will do."
Tha coyote trotted along slowly until U
had come to a sand bank at the edge of
the water, and there, after smelling about
a little. It began to dig and presently had
partly uncovered tha eggs of a snapping
turtle and as beginning to eat them.
But close by, lying on th siml, was a his1 '
snapping turtle, tho mother tiiut hud lal I
these eggs. 8ho saw the coyote and com
menced slowly to wajk toward 1.1m. Tha
coyote had his head down in the holo bus
ily devouring the ep and buw and heard '
nothing, and In a moment or two the tur-''
tie was clojo to i: and, darting out Its
long neck, seized him by the check and'
the ear, closing her J.iws on him with a
grip that nothing could loosen. The coyote
yelled dismally and tried to pull away, hut
could not. The turtle was big and strong1
and she began to l u.'k slowly toward the
stream. The coyde, howling- with ptin,
pulled back as hard as he could and strug
gled desperately, Iryins to shake himself
free, but tho turtle held on and marched
steadily backward until she got Into the '
waier and dragged the miserable coyutu
after her. Gradually the water got deeper
and deeper, until It had renched tho
coyote's body and then presently his Heud
disappeared, and the last the Jndl.ins saw
of him was Iris tail and his hind legs wav
ing in the air. '
For some time the Indians snt there
looking at the water und talking over
what had happened, and at length they
say the body of the coyote rliu to tli.v
surface and float away down the suvam.
Bo the old turtle protected . her yuuiig .
one. Denver Field and Farm.
The Remarkable Will
of a Doctor
He Leave the Secret of Life to His
Children and the World.
One of the world's greatest plivslc!ai s
upon his death bed called his children
about him and said: "When 1 die I will
leave the secret, of life, as I have discov
ered It In my practice." ,t
When they read his will It direited them
to a safety vault which contained a large
envelope, marked thus: "The Secret of
Life." Vpon opening It they read: "Don't
abuse the stomach." This profound
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tha stomach to be the throne of fnan.
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If It Is worn out and lacks the fluids of
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