Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 03, 1909, Page 3, Image 3

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    THE OMAHA DAILY BEE: WEDNESDAY. FEBKUAKY r,. i?CO.
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tb ability of Lrdis E. FiiLkhBTB1 Yr rrtAVi CmrpcmDi to rtrt
female ills ar irqurpld to wme to any or all of the woTivn w-hose
oorrpct nantpB and address are irivtn llow. and se what tb?T
nay you are not obliged to take our -word for it ak tbe
wornra vho tnowfrom jicrsonal e xjit Tierine that Lvdia E. PLotham i
Yrjretable ComprniDd can and does cure female dispas?.
ssbseXa.
W T T iai io. Botrt, ft. V
A rfctwM
Chaster Mr. Ella .
X'lllinastiematrs r.tta iKrapraa, Set. 2M
vrtla-srs. T. A ''.-nli
Aortas 1 aa V. Bmt. Krone Na. a
Woadaida1oi R-hei .laanena.
Hit.
Wnfmr.Kri. Wary hall.
VrnMMra. C'bee. Folksl.
f YiewW-B. hn Iamswehalm.
f'tnraj -w A ieneSrie--liTi:.1i lanrdmi t.
CtairajroM-a. William Tull. 'witee As.
Ckm-Wn. Harriet .laastzai, sUlfi Ltbiu
sSl 6sbbs..
Ind lank.
Strata Svetid Sir Pr .rtia, IfM B. Lafay-
STta St.
Wmria, 'Mrs. May Ileal.
ladisnenoiw Mrs. A. T. Anderson, IX! X.
Tett t
Line'ieTs.M' Mat r"r.
Vinianm.:-! e-rk h.iWauld. SnVintk St.
yendiston ir iT Marshall. K k . Kn.44.
TWwrWlr. ) liu'(nroli. h Mi Sil,
ladinaarji Smaii V Piper. W K-Adrtisott St.
LignawrMr. Zuise IL F. K. So. 4.
Me.ou.-DeiIr. Clara Vatermaan.K.F Jl.l.
liaiinll'i. Stelia Yinrd Beaaiaa.
TftardBb'SB- Wn. .Imwnih Ball.
lmmrilla-Mi ham. lorn. HUB 4th St.
Nnab Mr. Loia Holland.
ta talma,
loalef usMr. . A.Lafiarnase.
Maine.
Lea-ielonMra Bmtt Cimrtier. R Oxford fit.
South Wast Harhor Mrs.LlliiaeBotibinB.Btt,.
Tna-uri liirbt Statins
WdiMr-Un. ft. A. "Tiiliama, IJ.P Kb. 14
hm m.
Jler-ians'Wrs. Will Tetmc .SOolotrbis A vs.
haaatlaa Mra B "W. MiirTiell, ho a.
M Brylaoe
Saltlmnr Wrsw.W Ford .iT lanadown St.
BapaksadMTm.loa. M. Iianoy.
MaMar1mm.
fto VnrrMr. FrancSt Me-aJe. 1 Fiel St.
W uri'mi Mi. ToptIb Gme, 117 SouUigaia
Sirat Mkh igaa.
Paw Fatr T.oisia nrajxir.
TMCrnnMra. JjOtlHW tMing. KB OhtWliot fH.
hraunlltaMra .1 O. Intiioma. K F. I' 5o l
Tat.mtt1Hra. A. rradmora. J C wo- aa.
rinaamr Mra. Vim lm&, a F. Ii. Kb. a
ar of r. Banhorn.
ftiApliOT0BnfB4ra. Lraii BvianAoia.
ImrntiMra. Fmlda ItraHnan, K4 Maldmia
Kiatmannlia Mraubj& .M uidaa:lT Stwimii
St.,.
The above nann? trre selprtd at random from thousands who
tare bwn benefiid by Mrs- firitliam'p famous medidixi, and no
rfward "w-Latirver is pitrn thrm for the UBf of their names. Ask tbrm
what thrj thinlt of Lria C Pinkbam' Vrj-rtable Compound.
rsraavra taunttrajte Hraraa.
HEEEOS, Nc-h.. Feb. I. 1 8jet:i.L ) The
TlTtwt' intiUtute school in ncrriitulture
and domestic science oprmfl Monday -with
anpaxjlimfrtit of lii. 3irt ntf rt at
hoao is die cum Judcmic cmilest con
ducted by rrofesaor R. A. Miller of the
XtbrauWa SLate uniicrBttj-. The lecture, on
Aftnck juOcina fry rrorenaur C. W. FMirBley
cod. Jn ihe 4omrtjr Bcienc fllviamn
nixu-one i-urulied the firnt day. Miai Myr
tle Kaurfman liaa ( l.arpe of thi dpjiKri
mcnt And Mina Grm aanita in the demon
fumtins. On Monfltty evening a re'.cpU'in
. waji .qaVBwar toT'lB e; Wlf " Ur -fh fpera
houBC. An eoLbusiastic- audrf:n t-y Mr.
KendernhuU, preslclcsl of the invtltuie, and
m ehort munual proj:rajn followed fey re--iTk
from JTrtTnhWB of the inetltute ina.de
very plaajmnt e-enui for all jireBcnt-
h raraska Sim Aalea.
FtATTUCT! The Wirher ajid Eatrice
kwtstet tiaJl Leajna 7lay here next. Fri
day cienuic.
M'COOK.-J)ielrlct oourt for F.ed 'WUlc
county convetifi he-re today, JuUjte K. C.
Ott preaidini;.
( iSCBOl-A ColoneJ asiuaii JF'aialry and
Winn fcume OT'ie ere married hy June?
H. H. Camrhell a ft-w dyc Ago.
MTOC'K-Wr TTilllam Clflwn of Una
ctiy iiaased ay yrjnrrdsy. a i-ictim of
laneer. and ttub burjwd tms afternoon.
WEARS ET Toe cad if the Kearney
Military Academy have leauad invitatiunn
lor tneir third annual maaqueraae hall, to
be held February 12,
JKF.A TR J CF5 M. K. Smmnoii. an old
reaidriit oi tne Ada4iia vnunity. dmd Bun
cay nifht He wu ufty ear of ae uid
ieiivra a aridow and ix rhiidren.
KtARNET-C D. Perrtn. coach of the
haaket ha.ll team at tne Normal, left 81
uraav for Xe.roiL. Mich.. 10 encase in tne
automobile hu!ne.ii !ih ki let brother.
PUTlTMOtTH-Ctrtl Jenrta aa leader
of the old ricminnuiii nana iw tnty
yea-a. eteroay hritif hi birthday. ih
new lnd went 10 hi resident and Btre
neded him.
SU'll HUJj Mi Marie Roae and Henry
Muinna were uruieo tn niarriKae at the
Uuumran church Motiaav. tiy Rp. Ertieet.
Tncy w ill make tiicii home tin a farm uuu
B.oa-mort.
KEARNFT-A numlier of hreakt in the
bank of the canal, cauaed by tne dryneea
ol tiia eartn. math 11 neceBaarr to tall
hack on oid reliable airara to furuiah lis h.f
Tor tit cliy.
M XKK Tin Iiaoe 1n the Rout h weal
Nebrawka d laniaior con'.ent at Serration
Suiur-tlny muht. waa won by Red Wiltow
ntv in t.tia T-eam vt Mm Minrac Ne.l
"bFi of lxibanoa.
Bik1BICX-John B-a lemeTdiy Bold
iixk re?aainer of hn Dverirreen Block
laran nt-ar tniell fwr tl7 H0 Tne latxi wa
i urulia.Beu' lbtin-oiie rara aav by Mr.
IW-ttlrr fur vr rne.
FUT'F WAj-Ur C'r-ia Roae d,l at 1
boirie iuti. f niih'B eai of Kiur Hill,
a: the aa-e f"f 7fr mt-b. Funeral BTVHt-r
will hr lielrt M edneeclKV at Kuwrnimt.
iK-r tie will alao hi" nlrrred.
M "K (!.. . M iks William fU ne of
t i,K rbr bm'd T -e r 4- -a--!! Bfrt. Fo-d.
rAUiitla' a-!' r-.ti. toe lad i.a'itic died vrn
auudcniv t r.iwi hcari Iisnase s..icrmdtM-ed j
lij tn n.n mr cent of tons. IK is.
i:ERNrrT-faru-rson rin-rni-fl have
issed tup acr-K of land sauta if the env
nd will winfluci tberetm s model farm.
All trie lales- met nods csed in Bcrt-ntiln
fai'muic w ii tie jiat to a practical test.
T.KATP.Hf Mrs V T Jifrevs d,ert
i.nrt:iv evcrin at her home n-ar FIJ'.jk.
nged 7 .veara. ehe was lal rn ill a week
Art w-.ii nneumoiua. Phr in sumvid tv
a. fnay ct -.had-cn. three Uaucmers j
tlig oiiw Pin m.
BE TR1E The crtnilnal - case agB inst
"tiarW M Oliamlierlaiii. "X-luutkar of
rwiimtmli. has been crmrmued n the Ajirll
.Hlin of lb district ct.un in unlet to
I lrw ilt wtat more lime in winch le
".Vike denfisititir:-i
FAli-S C!TT R.mv firnU. 1 t.e 7 -war-old
was
i!tn- m-nn !' Ui-o-ct m.;ti tp ion
f riMil. tt t t ff Mich imtiwfd
er mm juf below tin .ir run una.fl' . i
TRsre Is Only Ono
"Bramo Quinmo 99
Ttizt Is
Zaizativo Brorno Quinine
ntr
rat ro
aa-tT Vg "aiber tha tuil ttaine.
lor Uja rtiaiara a esay Uia.
hHIIMI I BJfla
ria:atiur(M-a. 1 rna ilaa. 1MLL
riarkadatMlMi A rns a'.lara.
-tB(iT Mr M a MrFnvrbt.
Miamrnrk Ionia Hani, a. F. I 1. Bf
Brorlnlri-Mra. harah lxmtirTirixiL, 9fi a
iarSt 5bnki.
CatiiUTiapvMrc Vnl mtrmiandar.
WarHnBW"a Cop Jro. Ko1 H 4ft.
CMPdflnwMni.V.r.ltifiDtins H ljltiroi At.
andiaIMra. T'llw V bmh. 4tM latTr fit.
HwwiiwMii. "V m. fHiii'ffrTliia, XBb aia
nrr.i. rTrlk
frmi-lBni H. J ha-har.
Brnihrji Mia. Pmar (ttfnf.WHtfwjlt.
onnraiiilie Mra. 'Wiiiiam fioucbtoa,
Itttin. aira. A. A.
Jniiniitrrv-AMra. H'nnar y. Sfiaman, 1AT a
ft! hi iia.
ro1nmbiiWr. F. Harm. SW H. lmt ft.
''iiH inoati lir K Huwt " Ijuirnrw it.
MrrannrviJMra. Ij Manna. I 1.T1.
Ata-aw Station M m I;nnt MucInanfA.
Nnm.yi. F. K fcmlih. aH Elm ht.
tiaTiiMisklra. Fila Minliaoi. R F. I. K. a
nnnnMti-Hm. Fmra All'. liWCf Ernmt ht
Iwrtm-Mra laiKala. J4u a. Jlatninal MiM-
ta Horn.
Ckr)uiaMiaa Lizxka FHaipnr. KID Flfw
Aw.. S. P..
CiO'-innati Mtv T. H TVladdonkl, Gilnart
An. Oklahoma.
Ba-tnrili Wr. nodaua Biuuitett.
lfinpblra. A Im B uf man.
fwmipyati la.
flip TtntiwsWm. V. a footer,
liotiaiiniiw Ji:n;.harr L Htiia 2TTT! IjfAiTnaa "A.
r.n-Mni .1. r. Incihrh. K F. Ip.Nb 7.
"W"ivillM?a. MaRf Fir, R. F. D. 1.
Fliila. 1Wr. :iia htii. !i4ir S. (M Pt
riiila Mm. K . .arritt. :Mr7 N. Ciamm ht.
FaimhannaKAIa. drii A. Imnham. hoi lha.
7'Uiia. Mia. Ifvtin iiuT!ion. "it1 hipai hi
Fort HuntmXrt. Xarr flan Riiartr.
l,ant EarlMm Anruaruf Lon. K F TV 2
Bsavxr rail Mm. V. F. Bovd, 21W hpvastk
Atk. Tmamm.
0"kra iMimtir Kali.
('tarunun-Mri. Ulan Tnofl. F. T. 75 a
Irabur Mra. hw RiUiard K. K. 'o. L
Traaa.
FooTBr Ada Tinn Ijrrlonton.
BouftoriAlra. liwai L. li'iuiu. BIS Clflani
Ht. a fimmt.
eraojMTil) Mn Otiaa. harriar, H. F. H.
tirricla.
firTfield'Kra. Mavwa W uidav.
rrnl Vt-pinta.
Tinna Mm. Einmi WBoatun
W iaiwnaln .
1C--aBkiim-'Mrii. .ari Jahla.
lttiiraukwklri. Emma lun, RB Finn f(U,
he foil into a enow-drift and ao eacaped
more aerioue injury.
ETELiA W. H. Brown died at hit late
residence, three mile weBl of town, tm
mon-ninc- iJeceaaed had been confined 10
liia bed for the laat iwb wk. He was
7H 'ears of aire and had been in conijiara
trvely Rood hualth until the last mnmn.
TAULJS CITY Tne banket ball fame at
the pymnamum FYtday. iietween toe Peru
fttaie Normal rifl and the P'alla City Hifc-ti
achool plriB. rewulted in a victnry- for thi
f!lty. Tne score was 25 to 13. The return
frame will be jiiayed at Peru next fYiday.
BEIATRJCK Mm. lenora Mouer. wife of
Re-r J. R. Mouer. pastor of the 1'nited
BrthreB church, died yefferday nnrnini
n,fter an ilinesB of a year of 'ancer of the
etoni&ch. She waa II. yers of L-e and
eurxived by her tiustiand and eifrht chil
dren. 3HEATIUCT-Tiie 3-year-old son of Mr.
and Mra. John XJnrrk-r waa sliot liiroufh
the fleKhy jitrt of the hand wh.ie ut
hununc Buuday. He wa cnaRlnc a rab
bit and waa lioldin ttie pun by the end
of the barrel wtien 11 exploded. The wound
is not aerioua.
GENEVA Friend Hifrh school basket ball
team played the Geneva Hiph achool team
in their frymnaaiuni last injrht.. resulting m
a acore of Sii to JS m fa-or of Genera.
Afterward Geneva City and Fairmont City
nimi Jilaefi. the result heinf ST to It in
iuvor of Geneva City. There, waa a fod
croud to watch the fames.
ALUANCE-Tli i.ardest hasket hall
Fame of the season was piayed here Kal
uraay evening in the hi4tli school r"m
nusium. between the Alliance and Chadron
Hiph school students Tiis frame was eiL
citir.g from befjintilnf: 1o end. The score
was. Chadron. JH; AUiaiice, E7. Alliance
has not -been defeated this season.
ftTELlA At an ea-ly liour Funday morn
lrif: fire was discovered in the RamBey drue
store, and it liad framed su:n headway
tiiat ncitiiinfr could iw done only move the
roods out of the ufluuiuiif frame huildlnf,
on the south. The Pnerman Rrley barber
riitT. G. r. Knapp drus senre and the
Oman freoeraJ merciiandlBe store on the
come-, were destroyed
BEATRICE Tlw Gape County live
eirm k Breeaers' aitsociaiiiin met yer-erday
and elected 1hiB officers: Ce'l Gale.
lresirtont : C F. Crocker, vice prwildenl ;
A. H. Kjdd. BefTelary: G T. RyniHda.
treaaurer. Matters of interest to br-eedrs
were discussed and it is tti- iiitentlon of
1 be members of the susocmtimi to have a
In diKpUy at the county fair this fall.
YORK Charles M Brown, a well known
resident of Rust Tort., .mst as he wa
lea vine lite yard to so to an entertainment.
miftcreri a siroke of 5ioiilexv, and before
le could be named tc is home expired.
Mr. B-own was a well knoa-n and most
pupnlcr ciliren. whose death was a shmrk
to his munv inUnia'e friend The fineral
aTV!ce will be today from his residence
BEATRICE It. G U R-. the -new
suiwM-iuienaeni . iork chare of tne fwblr
maided institute- todav. or tne present
there rlil tie few t uanree tn the workmc
frc at trie ptice Counrilman T. .1".
Fiiwsrl has ben annoiiitei) bookkeem-T .
lir. leharne. toe reiirioa- surer;Tiieridni.
atid wile will IcEve in a ' a utvi ut Nea
Wfi'in. Cere lliej n-v conclude lu
lmate.
B F. A TR1 rFV 1 s me!lTif or toe Rr.-i.rd
of Euctii-'n Ikht cv'rilttr the reeir-riatimi
i f Miss irutu d Ints'in. iiriiicipai f
1 H lciio-er sr-tiool. was erf-eT'ied. slid Miss
r'--tl!8 Fns r was elt-cied ir hr Bioa-i.
I Ivi niieioo-n v si. frrankHd Fui--"riTrt-naeiit
Bot--l
B.Tirtid tiie blitiniisl metiTtv if
I rui-riitip-ncci'Tp t'i b- lieid February ZS
I t Chicac j. 7 lie lirisrd imaTiintniisU- voted
I tit --jirictri 1 tie action of hr-naor i-an and
fii-jir-cH-iiiitne iti-foie in Uiciv T'oris to
have fire insurant- liws enacted for
I aciifHila thronaiHitit tbe Male.
I I'LAnfMiilTH- Is He intrict court
Tuesday juture ii. Ii. Travis -overruled
toe mti.n lir a haiia? fr A-etiuc in tor
case '-f t t,r state iiraiiist Freii C tejteiikmt..
j luri!:c a fruiernal picnic 111 EaCK. h-i-
u.n..r jC ,-Iia Hvn.e.
Kjeard iid 'ndustr-rous 5011115 tai-mT.
Mlr n'k-i-t tilling the sincHlk was
sccosie-1 i Fred (ssen4-!i. w do. acnor-i-mr
m toe n-i:-. nr.. my .7 n' nesa-"S. had be
come li'tiiMi.H-fd. f iBS'-rikoii. bticomluc
eii'BFed. n i sawrted. threw IiIjcb off the
sinew alk fcn In at and Uickeu turn to
a Ii. Mwiiki fi (Cv- a bohd for flX.MO'
ana is c s i, t ii--;. hw-ninr 1 1, tires-nn:
mm: Mi. -k tH-foe the lrnia of ilistrict
cnuri i ua been fiked ! tin court, it a as
- 'axhert
ctace m oolb tm one oat.
Look
lie.
BRIEF IN EXPRESS CASES j
Altera tj General Xakei Shpiritf cf
Iar&irn of Adami Ccrcpixj.
rxnm TEorsAXD dollars ra
This Is Oa It wkal la tarsed lw
trw state BmIm Waisjtaitaie
the Jew aalsf Irt Tkmt
" f isnta 1 wrr.
(From Staff Cnrresr-ondcnt. )
LINCOLN. Feb. 2. tBpec.ial. Attorney
General Tlaintpson has -cmmplr.ted his brief
' in the case of the express companies doing
husiness in Nebraska, In which the state
is seekinc to loroe the comnantea to -obey
the Bitiiry law. This law reduces the rats
cf express charfres 3 perr cent-
In the brief filed in th case of the Alitni
Express company. Mr. Thompson show
that it has evned in the state, htuted ou
report for six months and an esiimale
of earning for six months, during the last
year. XJn.157.Hi Thi sum is tint after there
hs be ob jiaifl all of the expenses of the
company, including salaries, lor equipment
and all nthor expenses.
The following table shows in detail the
e-aminfrs and expense of the tompary:
lirfastste irrrnu" and expen in Ne
braska for Aprjl. May. June.. July Aucust
and September. 1. laken as an average
six months aud doubled to show the year s
business.
Total intrastate rovenoe from busi
ness received, collect and prepaid .K36.i-41.ae
Ea-PKN pes.
T ransporta.t ion
. .alSC.B; 74
For purprise of ascer
tHintng the per cent
cf icrmlnaJ expenses
acalnnt intrastate rev
enu". ttie revenue is
doubled because It
must liear exj-ensr tif
tso terminals.
Imerstalc revenue $
lntrasiate rev., doubled.
Mi,.RlC.I-0
C77."IS..i
BiiRlnes recaivefl anfl
lorwarded CnitasfiR"
Total terminal expenses, Sia5.ODS.7S
Xol.o:i4 per cent -
Train messengers, loss and flam
nerti. and taxes, estimated per
cent
General, division and department
Butanes end expenses estimated
7S per cent
&.itK.
3t..:4f w
Total Intrastate expense IS2K.10S.74
Net revctiut from intrastate ex
press. 4.r per cent
Money Order Business
Total revenue 1 I.S4T.G6
Less 1?. per cent on
H.;n7.1f. received at
commisBion offices l.flh.72
General expense, esu
mated 7 per emit 41.W
Net revenue from money order
-business
36 CZM
S.73.K
Total net revenue, E.S per ceut... ai.loi.K:
aielwstvw Atisrser Crrweral.
In conclusion Mr. Thompson ssyi It U
resjiectf ully submitted :
P(ri,tTha1 in tlii action by the sta'.e 1o
prevent ttie defendant from exacting com
pensation in excess of tbe rales limited
bv statute, the existence of the
and the defendant s refusal to comply with
iis terms make a - prima facie case tn
favor f plaintiff, since the svatu-e is pre
sumed to be valid. ...
Second In this suit by the s.ate to pre
vent defendant from charging rates in ex
cess of those fixed by law. the testimony
that the operating expenses nf defendant,
under tbe statutory rates, would deprive
it of the right to proper earnings is Insuf
ficient to overturn the statute, where the
nature and necessity of important items of
expense are not disclosed
ThirdThe statute reducing express rate
cannot be set aside as confiscatory on
testimony which fails to show the eHect of
the reduoed rate on new business. Tbe
defendant having failed 10 make such snow
ing it becomes unnecesBary to examine lbs
testimony offered by the state.
Fourth A rate statute should never be
set aside without the fullest disclosure of
all material facts, and the statute reducing
exprees rstes should not be set aside as
confiscatory on testimony of defendant that
it would be compelled to do h-S business at
a loss under ttie nea rates, w here the tea
timoiiv i based on operations unoer the
old rate, and evidence of actual opera
tions under tiie new rates show a profit.
Fifth By tbe use of reasonable and Just
methods for apportioning operating ex
penses between state and interstate buai
neaa. the rates fixed by the legislature In
controversy are shown by actual trial lor
a:x months to be amply remunerative.
Bixth The penalities provided for In the
Sibley act are not so drastic as to render
the act unoonsatutional. and if the pen
alties were unconstitutional they would not
invalidate the remainder of the act. (Wil
cox against Consolidated Gas Company of
New York, decided by the Cnlted Slates
supreme court January 4. J
Seventh The amount of taxes paid by de
fendant comjiany constitutes no correct
basis lur the measurement of tne value of
the property devoted to the express busi
ness. ft a pid Rise of SehravaWaau
Frank Bhcaron of Banta Fe. N. M., ha
been appointed postmaster at that place
Mr. Bhearon was at one time court re
porter lor Judge Lett on w hen the latter
was on the district bench. He left Ne
braska for New Mexico some jears ato
he cause cf ill health, and since going there
has been chief clerk in the office of the
land commissioner, end when appointed
postmaster he wa assistant attorney gen
eral of tbe territory. A Santa F'e paper
ha been received by Judge Letton with a
column story about the rapid rise of ttir
5 oung NebraBkan.
Rerelrer is Aake-d Fsw.
Alleging that the olficers of the Eureka
Manufacturing company have grroaaly mis
managed the affairs of the romneny; that
they have drawn exorbitant salaries for
nominal services; that tuey hae alioaed
unjust Judgments to be taken againat the
company; that they have dissipated the as
sets of the company and allowed the busi
ness 10 run down until the organization is
now in poor financial condition. Charles H
Pwaliow, former president cf the compan.
ruts secured a restraining order agamst the
present officers to prevent them from pay- .
trig some creditors of ths compani' u pref
erence to otliera
Mr. S allow also asks the district court
to appoint s receiver for the company to
manage It affairs and pay off its liabilities
ax proper odr of preference. The bearing
on the restraining order will be held be
fore Judge A. J. Cornlhb next F.sTtiraa;
mortimx aft which time one e.f the most
important legal ronlesta of the present term
of court will be begun.
The eompany is capitalixed for 7t' ftp.
The total value of its property seen: 10 be
entirely uniertain and its liabilities ar
tifl 10 exceed tSftP eno. Connected w ith thi
ctmrxtrn are a numlier of the best knowr
business men of the city and its affau-f
seem to be m conaiderahle confusion. The
present rompany was formed for the pur
pose of manufacturing and selling pt
enied gram grader. It took over the Lin
coln Sash and Ioeir company, with lis tis-
I LkhlisiHid factory here, and the Question ut
1 the liability of the present con.pany for Uk
01 ins of tiie sash and door company is on
of confusing details of the case.
The plaintiff in this case waa preaiUcni
end general manager of the company fm
a t:me. Tie was also a stork holder of tfi
sash and door company and as such claim
, Hint lie is l.able for the indebtedness of
I that cuo. pal y. If tt is not jiaid by the 00m
j pony ihat took over its business, firwperty
and affairs
Fr-hB-d the Fart.
J Tiie petition states that when the com
1 party was organized a few years ac it
had an oriatiiial capitalization of Mt.m
j Of this amount 406 srw sliares were Issued
in exchange for toe patent for the arair
grader that the company was orgrana-d U,
uuuiufacture and sell. Tiie patent was val-
p.ed at S4': SflCi. w tiich would make the jmr-
chare vulue of tbe rsrjatit ahares It rentt
a ahara. la August of lr; the capitalize
Licln OIHct Omaha Bee
SIS Little DvIUing
Aula rh.ne 7417. Bell A 253S
G. M. Porter, Manafer.
tion of the company was Increased to tTfi.-
for the purpose of taking over the Lin
coln Rash and Ioor factory, at a valuation
of tTD.WS. The factory wa bought to en
able the rorr.peny Is make its can frame
nd woodwork for It machines. The sns.i
and door factory at that time i etl'ged to
have had n indebtedneFS of fpi.wn. which
the defendant company is said to have as
sumes. Since thst ttme the plaintiff claim
that an indebtedness of about iTi.mwi has
been contracted. He wants the tiuestion of
tiie priority of claims of the different cred
itors passed upon by the cojrt and ask
that in case pf a deficit n assessment for
an unpaid portion of the shares of the com- 1
pary stock he levied to meet the Indebted
ness. The person named a defendant aJorur
with the company are the following: A. O.
Taylor. J. F. Kaufman. "William Grady, '
W. M. Leonard and R. C. Heintei- j
Flatais fwr 'Water week. Rrrrv lr. J
The plans tor tbe new I. anri-ganon con- j
crete. rectangular reservoir at tbe Mockett '
pumping station were adopted by tbe conn- !
ell at the reirular bualness mee.ins Moo- ;
day Slight. After the recommendation of
the city engineer the city clerk was in- 1
structed to advertise for the bida bTe en- j
gineer's estimate of the cost of the re.Ber-
voir is fll.ann. Tbe only dispute of the j
meeting arose when the matter of the Bhajie
of the reservoir was brought up. some fa- j
voring the rectarurular shaped structure. ;
whiel others favored the saucer shaped j
w alls. In addition to the adoption of the. j
plans lor the new reservoir bid lor the j
new fire station at Twenty-seventh and i
Fear streets aere reported, and the bid i
of C. F. Saras acoepted. !
Councilman Hoppe reported thst he had j
investigated the reports of the gas in- 1
specter and had asked for tests to dee i
termine w hether tbe gas company tnstru- j
ments or the city s were at fault.
State Festers tlaa atf Chart-he.
The meeting of delegates for the forma- !
tion of a state federation of churches i j
being held today at the First Presbyterian
church. In the morning a temjwrary or- j
sanitation was effected hy electing Rev. I
Mr. 'rickem temporary chairman and Rev. 1
S. Z. Batten secretary. Ix-legrates from j
all over the stale are in attendance at the
meeting. Plans for the formation of the j
federation were discussed in tbe morning I
session. Important committees were ap
pointed including a finance and a consti
tutional committee.
At the afternoon session the Rev. R. B.
McBride oi Omaha delivered an adilreB
upon "Federation and the Evangelistic
"Work." The necessity of co-operation in
church work was presented by Mi. Mc
Bride. rr. C. O. Cowan of Crete, spoke
on "The Main Proposition." Both oi the
addresses were alone the line of union in
church work. The constitution committee
will make a report iate this evening and
this will be followed by the election ul
officers. A ntfrnt prog-ram is be given at
the First PresbyLtrlan church has been
arranged lor.
Following is the list of delegates ts the
meeting :
Baptist: B. Z. Batten, K. 3. Pope, Grand
Island.
Cong-regrational : "W. A. Bullock. J. TV.
Cowan. jrete; M. B. has-ka. McCook; C.
ii Rngera.
Evangelical Lutheran: C U. Lew., L.
r. Ludden.
Methodist Episcopal: J. R. Vallis, Al
liance; C E. -CornisU, Go -dear '"t. Mi
kee. Grand Island; E. E. "Carter, F. S.
"Watson. Carroll: L. J. Loveland. Omahs ,
C. E. Cook. Alma: S. J. Shank. Bertrand;
R E. Matthews. Sargent; J. R. GeTteys,
Iiavid City; W. T. Cline, Fan-bury; M. J.
Suffer. Red C.ioud ; J. W. Jones. Lincoln
Fresbytorian : E. W. Jenks Omaha: TT.
"W. Lawrence. Lincoln: G. W. Williams.
Lexington: Charles E. &ve Superior; F. T.
Wig-ton, Edgrar: Edgar Clark. Gordon
l otted Prestsyterian : R A. McBride.
Omaha ; Charles Gllmore.
Reformed chunh: Rev. P. M. Orr, Lin
coirx I'nited Evangelist: Rev. A. E. Miller,
Lincoln.
Veiled Brethren: J w. ZinrWierman. J.
A. Smith. eBatnce: W. C. Miller, Tork.
Frotestant Episcopal: Anson R. Grave. '
Kearney: Jamea Coui, Kearney; L. H.
Toung. Hasting; W. H. Landers. Broken !
Bow. !
Jar Jobs lata si ra.
"Of course it pays to advertise." re
marked Iieputy Commissioner of Labor
Mauprun this morning. "1 hsve received a
Dumber of letters from men who wanted
farm .ions this season, and not knowing
what farmer might be in need of help, I
asked the newspaper to notify the farm
ers that I could supply a few 'hired hands."
The papers kindly consented, and now 1
have more requests for men than J have
requests for places. This mornings mail
brought requeats from seventeen farmer
whs want help, and one of them want
four men and ano-her one three
"Several of the farmers want to give
employment to married isti, offering to
furnish house, garden patch anfl feed lor
one cow.
"Now that 1 have more request for men I
than 3 have for employment, 1 want the j
newspapers to spread the news that men
ho are out of work and want farm jobs j
can have their wants supplied by applying (
to the deputy commissioner of labor. There I
are certainly a lot of men w no are looking 1
for work, and I have had it demonstrated
10 n y Batifciacniun that Nebraska farmer -'
are looking for men." I
Xeara Ir.at State Wcratal.
PERr. Neb.. Feh. t (Special. I The an
nual conies: be'.aeen tae Philomathean an
Ei-erett literary societies was given last
Friday and Satu'day evering. in the
normal auditorium in the fo-m of a com
parative program g.ven by each society.
Ttie Everett program waa held Friday
evening, as follows: Piano solo. Lena
Larimer; original canny . "The Revelauon,'
Gertrude Van Driel; reading. "Mary Eliza
beth." Edna Barre; trombone oolo. Gor
den 5eck; o-ation, "Ttie Prophetic Viaiou
of Abraham Lincoln." Varro Tyler: piano
duet. Mary Ellenhergrer and Harold
Humphreys; "A W oman s Reason Why a
Woman Should Vpte " lens F ida.v ; A
Bachelor s Reaaon Why a Woman Should
Noi Vow." W. H. Patchen; vocal solo
Adelyn Blankenship; and a Japanese drill.
The Philomathean program was e ven Sat
urday evening, aa foiloa-s: Piano erglit
hsnd piece. Misses Stuck, Tyler. Tyler and
iK-lzell: reading. -A Man 'Without a Couu
trj." E. E. Hale. May Frank; vocal solo,
Anna Segelke: oration. "The Second Fanan
clpation." C. W. Knoll; no met solo. H. K.
Mitten; essay, "Farm Life," Amelia Wehra:
ouintet. "When the Little One 6y Good
Nig-ht." Misses Seariae., Telzell. Lambert.
Kennedy, Wuliams; The History ofTrade
t'r.lonisjn in the t nltad States for the Last
Twenty Years Ehowa a Generai Tendency
LietnmenLal lo the Best Interests of Our
Country," C. B. Muare: "The History of
Trades fnionism tn the Vnited States for
the laist Twenty Tears Sboas a General
Tendency Conaer-v atlce ef the Beat later
aata of Our Country." 3. TC- Msrg-ati: and
a pantomime Rock of Aea The prs
irum ware both attended t-y large crowds
and w raw very entrr.ainmg and ms'-ruc-ava.
Prof. Nell May Schloa of the traming
it-nartanettt. whs w ill be resBesnbarad as
laving awea sent by the Katatsnal Civic
Ft-darauea ts visa ths arhwols and tiu
"GOODYEAR RAINCOATS REIGN SUPREME"
The Season's Wind-Up
efore
Entire "Goodyear" Slock ol High Grade Cravencttcd Overcoats,
Raincoats and Silk Waterproof Garments to be
)LD AT
Nothing lo be Reserved. Every Garment Itliist Go.
Hrre'a a mW that bus do parallel in tbe reuil rlpthint: 1ra6 of ibis town.
Here a sale in which we ofier tbe world's brat raincoat pick k at leas than the rrt of material oi ttaa
(rarnifDt.
Soon well br takinc stock and wed raiber const the motiFy ibai. tbe earrceclf;. s2?ri.3il.
Besides it's a firm rule of this concern' not to tarry over any mock from ncason to er.antin. - -i
Hence this hutory making and money savins sale.
An opportunity such as this to buy a rainproof garment at a saviEa of ( Or on the dollar romes rerr
rarely so rarely that it behooves you to
Buy Now at 40c on the Dollar.
All Goods Damaged by Storm at 23c on the Dollar
MEN'S RAINPROOF GARMENTS
1 1 1 OP Raincoat
for
Before Stock-Talons
l ii fid Raincoat
for
fliti 00 Raincoats
for
t : ii 00 Raincoats
for
I no 00 Rainroat
for
Every Garment
as Represented
or Your Money
Refunded.
school r.vstem of Germany, lectu-ed before
the Nemahs County Teacher' association
lust Saturday at Aubu-n.
Mis Ruth Iiavia. who ha jest hern
graduated from the normal, ha accented
a position in the city school of Beatrice
where she will take up her work Immedi
ately. rro.r. J. tv. Scursnn ha been elected by
the normalite bna d a faculty adviser to
111 the vacancy cauHed by the o esifrnation
of rrof. F. M. Gregg, a-ho l attending the
Chicago university.
L-ahla1rB lasqarirt lastltate.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Feb. 5. (Special Tel
egram. The committee on public lands and
buildings of the lower house, comprising
C. J. MrCa!l, Roliert Holme. R. F. Iavis.
J. P. Kraus. B. F. Gnrfin. J. W. liospod
Bky. E. A. B.-cwn. George Leidigli, J. W.
Kelley, CjTus Black. L. H. Eastman and
L. Toung. visited the Feeble Minded Insti
tute today, which went ints the hands of
In-. G. L. Roe, successor to Ir. F. E. Os
borne. Tiie committee inspected the grounds
and building:, and a ntrmber of them re
marked that they were heartily in favor
of the Eegole bill asking for an appropria
tion of tlMj.tKiO for the erection of three
new buildings. Ttie party returned ts Lin
coln this even trig.
Boosters' Clab at Vara.
YORK. Neb.. Feb. t (Special. Cms of
the most unique plan perfected by the
Commercial club of York wa the Tork
Business Men Booster' association, which
starts the new year with a cash capital of
about K.iWl, and last evening efier a fine
banquet in the Young Men Christian a
aaciation building the srticle of agree
ment were adopted end York ha its third
business men s club. S. E Mansfield we
elected president and W. B. Season tem
porary acting Bccre-Lary . The president will
select and executive committee of five.
The committee of business men appointed
HOTELS.
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Santa Barbara
THE POTTER
AMERICAN PLAN
Rates Single
$4.00
$5.00
$5.00
$7.00
Has
Its Own
Squab Ranch. ss.OO
Live Stock Farm, $9.00
Poultry Ranches. Vegetable $10.00
Gardens, Private Country Club, $11.00
Race Track and Polo Grounds,
Private Livery, Wireless Telegraph,
Art Gallery and Picturesque Golf Unka.
Good Table, Good Li ring. Cheerful Service.
Rates Graduated to All. Reasonable Requirements,
Accommodations for One Thousand Guests,
Artesian Well and Refrigerating Plant,
Conservatories, Green Houses, A
Whole Mile of Geraniums. Open
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Fine Rosebushes, Child
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60,000 Pigeons
and
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Free Stop-over Privileges Lnroute Between Los Angele
and San Fran Cisco.
MILO II POTTER, Manager
Taking Stock Sale
40c m TIE DOLLAR
i.S0
Prices
S6.00
. SS.00
S10.00
912.00
for
30 HO Garments
for
Specialists tn Raincoat Specialties
Goodyear Raincoat Co.
Tne Raincoat Store
S. E Cor. Ifeth and Davenport Streets.
to apportlonate the amount of aasessmerit
of each busmen man. firm and corpora
tion assessed the leading hanks SlaO per an
num, and graduated smounts to be paid
IT business houses from fib down. It I
exjiected that shortly nearly all the busi
ness men will .loin thi associstinn. The
fund crested will be used for worthy r.aacr
of charity, for promoting and pushing the
business interests of York and to hsve
fund 1o provide for all state end national
convention thai Tork boosters can get
to hold conventions In Tork.
Baa- Dies as Kewalt mt Bliararvt.
HEERON. Neb.. Feb. I (Special. The
15-year-old son of Louis Taylor died at the
home of 1 is parents, two miles east of
Relvidere. Sunday night from the effects
of paralysis and exposuT in the blizzard
last Friday. Tbe boy was in good health
when he left the country school at 4
o'clock Friday evening and nothing tuorr
was seen of him until ' o'clock in the
evening, when a neighbor discovered the
body of the unconscious 2ad beside a straw
stack (-me eighty rod from the school.
The hoy never regained consciousness
long enough to tell of his ex-perience. but
it Is supposed he was struck by a flying
timber, impairing his reason and causing
him to wander to the stack.
l ark llea-e Frwastera.
TORK, Neb., FVh. 1 i epeetal. The
York college has the largest enrollment in
the history of this good progressive great
growing college. It is estimated that there
are l.m student from nearly every county
in Nebraska and evcrr western state ere
attending the York Business and Normal
school and the York c!legr.
l.tfelwagc Bwa-atage
to dyspepsia, liver complaint and kidney
trouble is needles. Electric Bitter is
the guararted remedy. iir.. For sale b
Beaton Erug Cc.
Rates Double
$7.00
Cravenetted Storm Coats for Men
fro 00 Garments 158 00
1 Garments SI 0.00
IGarment. 12.00
SILK COATS TOR WOMEN
ISO 00 Garments $S 00
l-ii on Garments " (Pfn fkx
OiW.UU
S12.00
Order
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Buit yoa and your inenia a hoarry
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EacsUent ciuaire wtta service tne
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The Brewster
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TEL 4i40 CKFOHD.
Dinner paitias before and after the
Ibeafev will atueiws out spacial au
tetihnn Ladies w?m shoppiaa
will and it Bust cnrvenient h Laos
liim hson here wnh every Laawa
comfort and It ,
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Haaal Tadifiaai.
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