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THE OMAHA DAILY BLL: THURSDAY. MARCH 4. ir0.
Arsj a distinct specialty with us. Every order receives prompt and
PIANOS, 54.00 a MONTH
PIANOLAS, SS.OO a IVf D NTH
With free library prlvilepps. Free moving if rented sis months,
and If purchased, rental allowed.
Bargains In Slightly Used Pianos:
TOO BTKINWAV Beautiful
rosewod upright, good as new,
for immediate sale
(ttSO XEW I'PRIGHT Beauti
ful case and the greatest value
TERMS TO 81 IT THE 111 Y Ell ON AY XEW OR fSED PIANO.
Schmoller & Mueller Piano Co.,
1311-1313 FARNAM STREET.
lVprr-tent stive for Stein way, Stefrer, Schmoller A Mueller,
Haiti run n, Knieron, MrPhall and Mehlin Pianos.
I . 1 1
Company Propose to Construct a
Line from Lincoln to
BETHERS' DEATH ENIGMA
Inquest Sheds No Light on Cinder Car
RELATIVES IDENTIFY HIS BODY
Fannd Charred I Crisp Pram
to Be Coward Blwffe Ilaarhhack
Wis Had Beea Dcspoadewt
Orrr Deattk of Brother.
No light on the; cause of death of the
man found In the car at Valley was shed
by the coroner's Jury at' the Inquest in
the afternoon. The verdict vu to the
rffect that the deceased, supposed to be
Henry Bethers came to his death by causes
unknown to the Jury, but supposedly by
being burned to death.
The testimony of the c roner's physician
la to the effect that no foul play, at
leant none of a violent form, auch at frac
turing the skull, caused death.
All the relallvca of Henry Bethers. except
he mother, were present at the Inquest
and are confident that the body Is that of
Henry Bet hers.
Bethers had been absent from home for
the last two w-cka ind had announced his
Int. nllon of going to Valley. Ho wzs
despondent over the recent accidental death
of Ills brother.
In the sheriff's office the opinion Is
strong that lha circumstances point to
foul play. It is pointed out that It Is most
unlikely that the body waa In the car from
the time tt left Council Bluffs, and the
fact that the body waa unhurt by fire when
discovered is cited in proof of this.
Trama Flads the Body.
A tnunp made the discovery Monday
evening at J30. He notified a Russian who
works at the stock yards and the Russian
later told the station agent. When that
official Could get to go down he went and
removed the body. The tramp, who waa a
young ruan. iah away as fast.-as ha uld
after notifying the Russian.
His mother. Mrs. Cora Uethera. and the
father. Zadock Bethers. art distracted over
the matter. Matdor Bethers, the brother,
nd Mrs. Z. Bethers, Jr.. trie widowed sts
"V r-in-law, live with the elderly couple at
J405 Sixteenth Avenue. Council Bluffs. A
lister of Henry Eelhers Uvea In Florence.
NO STOCK TO BE PUT ON MARKET
Baldwin Company of Cincinnati to
Open Office in Omaha.
Boy Shot While
Making Run in
Base Ball Game
Sylrester Corad of Freedom Instantly
Killed by Companion, Who Didn't
Know it Was Loaded.
POLICE COMMISSIONER TODAY
George Rogers Sees the Governor in
Interest of Hunter.
PROGRESS 15 THE T.TT.T.TT. CASE
Qaeotloa Asked of Sheriff ladlealea
ftonethlac Which Old t
Appear Darlag the irlm
STOCK V1LLE. Neb . March S. Speci.il )
Sylvester Coiad was accidentally shot
rnd killed yesterday at a ball same about
a mile north of Freedom in Frontier
Toung Coiad is a bey about U or II
ears of age. While he was making a run
uurlt.g the game a revolver fell from his
pocket, which was immediately pkked up
by a younger boy named Eonar, a son of
George N. Bonar. He called out to yourg
l Coxad. "Stop, or I will shoot you," ap
parently tn -un. and then fired tne re
volver. Cosad turned at the call ar.d was
! shot through the left breast and d.ed
almost Instantly. The Bcnar boy thought
tlia gun waa not loaded, so tt Is reported.
The county coroner. Dr. CT.ariton, Is hers
today to held an inquest.
ITALIA HELD FOR SHOOT1XO
Teller of Hastings Bank of Commerce
Suffering from Blood
HASTINGS, Neb., March . Special.
I-awrence Dally, teller in the Bank of
Commerce, Is suffering from blood poison
ing, supposed to have been contracted in
the handling of Infected money- For
time it waa feared thaf amputation would
be necessary, but the physicians are now
hopeful that Mr. Daily's recovery will be
WATER FIGHT GROWING WARM
Charges ait Nebraska City way Bo
Investigated by Graad Jury.
NEBRASKA CITT. Neb., Match .-(Sp-cial.)
At a meeting of the city council last
evening, the ordinance granting to the
water and light company a new franchise
for a term of fifteen years and reducing
the water and light rentals to nearly one
third less than they have been came up.
The fight up to the rote on the ordinance
waa an interesting one and the ordinance
fulled to pass under a suspension of the
rales by a vote of S to 1 Those voting
against the ordinance were Councilman
Houston. Hubanks and Schemoras.
W. N. Pitxer. attorney for the water and
light company withdrew all concessions,
which the company had mads in the matter
and stated tat officers and employes of
the company had been written to and ap
proached regarding the matter of the
franchise and offers to get the franchise
If certain amounts of money were guar
J Hearing of l ehllosr Rioters Draw m
FREMONT. Neb.. March 1 Spec Lai Tel
egram. The preliminary hearing of Nocolo
Qallono and Joseph Cosmanno, on the
chart- of shooting with Intent to kill Vil
lage Marshal Helneman and C. E. Emlch
of t'ehiing. was held before County Judge
St In son this afternoon in the district court
room, which was crowded. A number of
Gailono came to the saloon first, and,
calling out that he was going to kill every
one in the room, began shooting toward
the bar with a revolver. He fired five
shots. Cosmanno followed him with a shot
gun, which he fired twice. Oscar Ltnd,
(From a Staff Correspondent, t
LINCOLN. March 3 (Special.) A new
Interurban railroad construe tion company
was incorporated this afternoon with a
capital atock of S2W.CM). of which ScAOOO is
paid up. The Incorporators are E. F.
Chessman of Denvwr. Robert C. Druesedow
of Omaha. George P. Chessman of Tork
and W. T. Morgan of Denver. The com
pany Is backed by London capital and will
offer no stock for sale.
The new company is the Omaha A Lincoln
Interurban Railroad Construction company
and its headquarters will be In Lincoln. It
la tho Intention of the Incorporators to
have their engineers in the field next Mon
day surveying a line between Omaha and
Lincoln, following which they expect Wn the keeper of the saloon where the affair
start construction work. i
Mr. Chessman, who heads the company,
waa Interested In the matter by Mr.
Druesedow, snd he expects to call a meet
ing to be held in Lincoln shortly for the
purpose of electing officers.
Ohio Company for Omaha.
The Baldwin Manufacturing company of
Cincinnati has filed its articles of incor
poration with the secretary of state and
will open headquarters at Omaha. The
capital stock of tho company is S1.8PO.000
and the company paid the secretary of state
a fee of tSK for filing the articles.
Police Board mlaattoo.
Governor Shailcnberger announced tonight
that he would appoint a member of the
occurred, then took a shotgun from behind
the bar, loaded It and fired at the two
Italians. Marshal Helneman wsa in the
room, having been called on occount of
previous trouble, and pulled his gun, but
it would not work. Both of the men were
identified by several wltnessea
Both defendants were held to the district
court and. in default of bail, committed to
the county JalL
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LOUISVILLE, KY. londonngland. NEW YORK.N.Y
Glrea Thirty-Mae Year,
OOALLALA. Neb.. March a-'Special
Telegram.) Mrs. Jennie Grogor. (he woman
who murdered Volley Mann, pleaded guilty
to murder in the second degree and Judg:
Omaha Board of Fire and Police CommTS- I Grimes sentenced her to thirty-nine years
Admits Klllloar Volley Mas and la ! of this Htv and castor of the aame Mlruenther. aaed K. died at the home
tier son. Ill n yoming precinct, yeaieruay
sl oners probably tomorrow afternoon.
George Rogers is here today and held a
consultation with the governor. He favored
the appointment of W. J. Hunter.
Proareaa of Llllle Case.
direct and cross-examination
Isaac P. West, sheriff of Butler county,
haa occupied almost an entire day In
the trial of the suit of Lena M. IJlli"
against the Modern Woodmen. Two new
in the penitentiary at hard labor. He di
rected that each anniversary of the crime
October 8. shall be spent in solitary con
finement. The insanity plea proved a fake.
I as this Is not the ssme woman whom It was
' claimed was an Incurable and who escaped
i from an asylum In New Tork state. The
I people here seem to be satisfied with the
anleed. He intimated that this had been features of the case were hinted at by the
done by outsiders and not members of the J attorneys for the plaintiff, in the cross
cojncil. The charges were such that some ; examination, when they asked him about
PLATTE RIVER AT OLD TRICKS
action will have to be taken in the matter
and may result In the calling of a special
grand jury to Investigate and the air is
thick with rumors regarding trouble for
some one or more persons here.
It is promised to present the matter to
the county attorney and to Judge Travis
i and have the charges investigated. The
matter of granting this has caused much
trouble for the members because of the
outside interference of parties who claim
to want another franchlae, but who have
failed to make any formal offer to the
a Mrs. Ackerman, who claimed to have
seen a man answering the description of
the alleged murderer. It seems that this
woman applied to the sheriff for permission
to see Mrs. Lillie and was refused the
Another new feature that promises In
teresting developments is the introduction
of the lock and key from his tack door
of the Lillie home. The sheriff failed to
identify the key. which was ehown him,
so It was not offered in evidence. Both
the key and lock have been left in the
BliATR ICR Word has Dn received here
tl at Mrs. Robert Reed, a former Beatr.ce
resident, suffered a stroke of paralysis n
few days ago at the home of her daughter
at Battle '"reek, Mich., and was In a crit
LEIGH Miss Emma Starke was mar
ried to Frederick Thwke Ht the German
Lutheran church Friday morning. The
ceremony was performed by Rev. S. E.
Holmes, of the Grand Prairie church In
aftern.in after a brief Illness. She is
survived by three children, being Wr
Heyer and Mrs. August Gruenther of this
county snd Mrs. Jonanr.ah School of Tuma.
Colo. The d-rensed a born in Germany
and cam to thi county many yeara ago.
Her funeral was held today.
NEBRASKA CITY The Hks have de
cided to hold a fair shortly after I.ent In
liUce ef thtir annual minstrel perform-nn'-e.
It will last five days. The com
mittees liae all ben namej and the en-
1 . . . - V - V. . 1 - .....J n . K V. .1
SILVER CREEK At a meeting of th- l'i , w V kJ- i-
M. Bradley. Thf net proceeds of the fair
iira from Fers.
PERL'. Neb., March S (Special. i-Two
large catfish, one weighing seventy-one
and the other eighty-three pounds, have
Just been taken from the Missouri river.
This Is the largest catch that haa been
made for some time.
The committee on claims frem the lerls-
.,. k.. k.. k j , i circulating tt siirmcriptlon paper with a
, , . . . , view of jalsing Sl- for the purehsse of
the mines and make a report to the leg- i nPW lKJ. over has already been
Islature as to whether or not the owrers 1 subwnb. d.
are entitled to the M.otrt bounty offered In t BEATRICE General Superintendent T5y
the statutes. The committee Is as follows: I ram. Division Superintendent Lyman and
Joseph Snyder. D. M. Nettleton. J. F. Carr. a ,n"1mb7 cf nTr ''"S1"" officials
,,. , ' ' . ' paid B-vitrice a visit vesterdav In the fur-
Charles G-aif, John P. Thiesson. E. S. mer , private car. They went uih from
Case. Mildred G ruber and E. W Roberts, j here on an lnsperllun trip oer the south-
Before leaving the committee decided to ern division.
are to be devoted to charity
BEATRICE C. 8 Moore yesterday re
ceived a letter from hie brother-in-law. Paul
Hanks, at Fort Worth. Tex., stating that
Mrs. Hanks had been killed by being struck
Board of Education of Silver Creek Prof
George P. MfGrew -as unanimously re
elected as principal of the public schools
at an increased salary. Prof. McGrew
has agreed to stay another year.
NEBRASKA CITY John F. Montgomery
of Oak. Neb., was married last Friday at i .-., .kii ....niT.iinir to drive over
Syracuse and shortly after the ceremony , cro.aing. The bugftv In which Mrs.
was taken 111 and hod to be taken to , Hankg ,d hpr mte ,OI, W(.re ndlng aa
Omaha. h'n lie underwent a surgical cm ln two ,n(j Mrs. Hanks received 1n
operation for appendicitis. His bride went . juries from which sh died a few hours
with him. j later. Her son escaped Injury.
BEATRICE The library board met last j NEBRASKA CITT During the month of
nieht and ordered the purchase of about februarv there were filed for record in
IJO worth of new b-ok.. The library is lnB nffi-e of the county recorder nineteen
I cuatody of the court reporter and are sup- j visit also the normal. They were present
Oat of Basks aad Doea Damage to
FREMONT, Neb., Mrch t (Speolal Tel
gram.) Thw Platte river Is coming up, but
en account of the dam and lvee put In by
tho drainage district no danger to the
city is apprehended. The lowlands south
tf Inglewood are covered. The I'nlon Pa
rifle haa had several washouta in the vi
cinity of North Bend and tonight trouble
Is reported as probably near Ames. Maple
creek, ordinarily a small, sluggish arfam,4
Is also -out and a number of farms are
under water. The Union Pacific has a
big gang of men scattered along the line
between here and Columbus and has kept
trains running through on an irregular
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Bardstown. Ky. "I suffered from
I a long ttnie. ioc
tora had failMi to
help me. I.ydia fc.
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ble Compound was
recom mended, and
1 1 decided to try it.
It cured iny trouble
and made me well
and strong, so that
i Iran do all my own
Iwork." Mrs. Jos
lph Hall, Barda-
I town. Kt.
- Another W oman Cured
Christiana, Tonu. " I suffered from
the worst form of female trouoie so
that at times I thought I could not
hTe and rcy nerves were u a dreadful
condition. I.ydia E. Pintham's Vepe-,
table Compound cured me. and made
me feel like a different woman. Lydia
E. Pink-ham's Vegetable Compound is
worth ita wripht tn gold to suffpring
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If vou belong to that countless army
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Lydia E- Ilukham's Vegetable Com
TXMnvd, made from roots and herb.
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Regularities, backache, aad uerrouj
, Ifywa want special advice write
j posed to be used by the plaintiff in re-
uuuu. i lie it? citreriy Bnu,a roams on J
the long end. bearing out the contention
of the plaintiff that the robber mho shot
Mrs. Lillie opened the kitchen door by turn- I
Ing the key wtth forceps from the outside, j
few Polat la Divorce Law. I
The attempt of Valeria Allenrpach to i
prosecuto an appeal in the supreme court in I
her suit for divorce from Mark M. Cosd,
has brought a new question to the atten
tion of the court.
In cases where a divorce! asked there is
usually no dispute regarding the validity
of the original marriage. The court In
such cases usually grants temporary ali
mony. But in the Coad case the defendant
denied a marriage and the district court
upheld the denial. Because of this the ap
plication for the temporary alimony fT
the further prosecution of the case has
The supreme court is asked to order the
payment of temporary alimony so that a
bill of exceptions may bs prepared and
filed. The supreme court, should It grart
Haitian '' set Opera Htste. -i-.- '""' -' U,,J " '"iu
HASTINGS, Neb.. March l-cSpeclal.)- original jurisdiction in tne case, peing
The Hastings lodges of the fnlted Com- forced to proceed on uie assumption mat
merclal Travelers and the Ancient Order there was originally a marriage, an as-
of United. Workmen have started a cam- sumption exactely opposed to the findings
palgn for the buiidlr.g of an opera house of the lower court.
here. They are proceeding on the thory "sew Bask for Llaeola.
that the Hastinga Commercial club will ... . ,,. . -
aid the project to th extent of purvhaa- , Art'c" " !0B1.t fr
in,, or having sold. tickets at 110 each Unwln bank. It will be a state inst-tutlon.
for the opening theatrical performance. It 1 r' '
is the purpose of the leaders in the move- VK- President and WJIIam geelen-
ment to build an opera house that will cost freund, tashier.
not less than I35.OJ0. In the Hastings lodges Th na of the new institution wiU be
of the two orders there are approximately German-American State bank. No
600 membera nearly all cf whom reside in location has been selected, although -
Hastings. It Is believed that most of the was stated that all these details will he
stock ln the enterprise can be sold within worked out in a short time. The capital
NEBRASKA ClTY-.Tudire H. D.
here Monday afterr.onn and
Stoooa Leave Haaafcoldt.
HCMBOLDT. March 4. (Special.) R. E.
Stoops thle week sold the Crystal theater.
Humboldt's new moving picture concern,
to Messrs. Moore of Omaha, who take
charge next week. Mr. Stoops states that
he Intends gclng to Sioux City to take a
job along similar lines. His wife, who
sold tickets st the Crystsl for some time,
but whose name figured a fea weeks since
In newspaper flapali hes. telling of an slops
inent with a young telegraph operator of
this city, left again several days ago for
Omaha, where her parents reside. After
the elopement both the principal! returned
to this city for a day or two. but Mr.
Stoops gives out the statement that ha and
his wife have dissolved their domestic ar
rangements. Mr. Johnson, the other party
In the case, announced before he left that
he is now going to Old Mexico, to Join a
big carnival company, organised recently
la Omaha. The Stoope couple hare been
here about six rronths, coming from the
Nebraska metropolis, and their theater did
an excellent business for a time.
. A I , Kn .k-. ...4 was nere jraoi aneri.uo:i
" ""- J " "-"'"" the March turn of the district court snd
at convocation today. They were much J then trvk a receas until next Monday
pleased wtlh the work which Is being done t momlne n ss to, enalile him to return
In the normal. It is ouite generally thouaht i to Pla'tsmouth und try a murder case
that the bounty provided for the first
mine discovered in Nebraska will be al
lowed the owners of the Peru mines.
J. A. Eastwood, who has been absent
for soma time on account of the death of :
the remainder of the week
HfMHOLDT-A Washington nien-r.ri.i
service held t the Pr -sbyterian church
on Sunday evening, postponed from the
previous ria.c oin(r to conflicting events.
The principal number of the program was
an ail'ii on Wii .a': lliiyT on l'V Si i nertn tpnH.
his little child, returned to Peru today and ! ent Hoff of the city schools.
will again take up -ork with the senior! BEATRICE 'srt'n Winsns of the
class. regular a-rny inspected Company C here
Superintendent of Grounds and Buildings t 1"t evening In the presence of about
. ... . ; people in armory hall. The insrection was
J. A. Hsya while walking over the nor- . m. rici.i .r,,i t tl-.e close the offi.-er
mal campus recently found a large Indian j expressed himself as highly please! with
tomahawk. The weapon is a fine sped- ' the shoaing made by the company.
men and is supposed to have belonged to! HASTINGS -The Hastings Country club
- ... . . ,, .... . . . . ... I has reorganised for the lf" season bv elec-
aome of the early tribes that Inhabited this i on f thMP (,ffK.Pr,. rreident. C. H
valley. The stone has ben placed ln the Dietrich; vice president. C. J. Evans: see-
normal museum, where It will be kept in retary. Senator Tibtets: treasurer. C
Wo Skatlag- Rlak la (ksirk.
HASTINGS, Neb.. March .-Sptclal.i-
bane.Tne membership is larger than it i , Thow Vo s
ha. ever been so earlv I:, the year. j ,-1', ' which li!
hEWARD The locating committee cf
nine nun and three women, which will
I select t ie site for th Md Fellow s Hat
of Rev. H. B. Harrison to hsve a floor for ;or ?in 7,r"J "u,7. u,t "r4;'-r
' hotel by a local comrnlttee. It is s;,7 tu.e
iuiici r,buii( inBiaurtj 111 liiv new conre
gallonal church, the local trustees issued a
statement setting forth that "there will be
no skating rink in the new church.' The I
stock is to be Su.000.
Dralaasre Dlatrlet Oraastaed.
FREMONT. Neb., March 1 Special Tel
egram.) The county board this afternoon
adopted a resolution for the 'organisation
of the Logan Creek Drainage district. The
boundariea of the district are enlarged
somewhat from those at first proposed, ex
tending down to the Elkhorn. This was at
the suggestion of some who were at first
opposed to the plan, though ln favor of
draining the valley. An election of di
rectors will be beld as soon as the law permits.
FOR OMAHA. COCNC1L BLL'FFB AND
VICINITY Fair and warmer Thursday.
FOR NEBRASKA Fair and wanner
FOR IOWA Fair sn-J warmer Tbureday.
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
NEARLY RESIGN KD
Bat Bald eoattloa oa OrapaJkTmta.
An Oklahoma woman was saved from Iojs
of health and position by change to right
food. She sas:
JTb9 Spring of 9M found me almost.
committee Is favorably impressed with the
liaeliner location, one mile south of tne
BEATRICE! Ti e ann-ial meeting of the
plan was considered at a meeting of the Uesierdav sf'ernoon. Th off-,rs were
trustees and It waa deemed wise not to elected: F. D. Kees. president; I,. K. Aus
attempt the innovation proposed bv the tin. vice ires'.?- ; Walter D. Hill, secre
pastor. Bids for building the new church J- R r:tlierford. treasurer May
... t , . , , ! . whs atrreed upon as genera cleanup
will be adxertifed for within the next few aay.
days. It is the desire of the trustees to j GRAND ISI.A N D The Pard of Flucs
have the new edifice ready for occupanv ! tion at its ,me''t:ii!i lji- rrght t.xik up the
by October 1. It will cost S:S.r. and all ! f'1" a';i" tub.-rc .s'. wli-n Dr. Mc
x, . k,,,.,-j . i , i Gratli mov.-d the eniplox mLr.t of a phvsi-
but a few hundred dollars of toe required I olal, to examine all purils l:i the sclim,;,
fund hss already been subscrtxd. j suspccte.t of belrg a.'fh. t -d wiiii the uis-
, ease, with tne view of calling them out of
I.ITe Teraa for Dale). i the school.
OGALALLA, Neb., March l-i Special I GRAND ISIVND-FIr.' yesterday mom-Telerram.i-
Dales was riv.n a life .m.,, .. 1 Ing called out. the iliparln ent to the old
i 7 . , , - . . broom factorv where the lnv ;o
at hard labor in the penitentiary, with ; niateh combination ignited the hay in a
! solitary confinement upon facli and e ery 1 E djacent harn. 0:l,cr :arts of the Kar.i
nnil'.run' of Iharrimi II- na r. ...i ,J I row- of huildir.ES f -e as a iln'l hu.H
jannnersary of tne crime. II. a as cum iad . foP br,m, am, tter, f Th( fl
, of the murder of Wiley Mann j was extinguUhed by the use of g ird -n ho.
! LEIGH Rev. F. Genslcheii perfornir-d ih
j Nebraska New Notes. ceremony which u;..ted l:i inarriKe Iik
BEATRlt.'E John Krust. an old resident : Merna Abe'.a and Henry s. Hade. Tl ,
! of Highland township, died yesterday at 1 bride is tii daughter of Edward Alirln.
h:s heme, three miles west of Cortland. Rn "Id and wei.thy I.-jtht. H-nry Bd
h:s heme, three miles west of Cortland j Rn old ana wei.tny i.-jniT. n-nry Kde
GR AND ISU..ND-The r.-titlon of Ba ard ls lh? Tm of M" ,Jo!in Bau' Th' '"""J
H. Paine as a candidate for police f"W. h; "- u' l;usekeeplng on ih
was the opener of the spring campaign li ! 8r,x,ra " farn' f""r m" n f f
was put in circulation toda. J town.
ETsir-nir.,i.. ii,,,.. NEBRASKA CITY -Mrs Heniietta
BTRICE-Chsrles Homer Monajcmith
a I of D.ller. Xeh.. mil !kfia IktarfiA r Maw- i
nervous wreck from the use of Improper I kins of Cabool. Mo., were married here I
food. I could not sleep nor eat anything '. yesterday by County Judge Ppafford. j
but what it seemed ih.t mv PLATTSMOl'TH Frank Bjt'.ery and ;
cira 1 Mrl J'hn Kalacek were unked In ma -n4:e
I I Hour
.w. JrV a. m.
I t-n , : "
i jJf" II m...
1 V P so
--AsW t p. aa.
7 p. m
i P- sa
"1 had the best medical adIce I could
get. but medicine did not reach my trouble.
I waa growing worse ail the time until I
was about to resign my position, a thing
I could not afford to do.
"A friend brought me a pkg. of that
wonderful food, Grape-Nuts, and asked 1
I bad ever tried It- I told her no. I had
co faith in it. but to please her I prom-.passed away yesterday wtih ir.fluenxa A I
ised to use the package befvre I decided
what It would do for me.
"I ate nothing but Grape-Nuts and ereaia
three times a day and that awful burning
In my stomach disappeared. I was able
to continue at my work and sained SS lbs.
ln three months. Bo I owe my healta and
position to Grape-Nuts.
Name given by Poaturo Co, Battle Cuek,
aLkh. Read "The Road to VYeUville, in
pkga "There s a Reason."
Xver roaa laa aaava letter A maw owe
appears treat at so ttaaa, TTkay are gaa
tUae, ttra. awe fall of ktaaaaa Utwreat,
in Papillion. Both are well vtd favor bn- 1
known in the city, where tnty have re- I
sided for many years.
KEARNET-P. R. And.rson has resigned'
his position as superintendent of the county
p. Kir urni. Mr. Aiiatrion was eiectel to
the position about two weeks ago. which
makes his term of offrce very short.
PLATTSMOITH-The body of Charles
Teipel. aged 7 years, arrived In t .lj cltv
this morning front Hastings, wnera h
wife and seven children survive him ln this
KEARNEY Ado'ph Schneider, a German
Journalist, stopped ln the city Morula, even
leg on his way around the world on font.
He I ft New York five niontus ago and
expects to lake three years to encircle the
YCTIUC-The game of basket ball last
evening between York and Lancoln Toutig
Mens Cbrlatian associations was the most
hotly contested game of the season, re
sulting In a score of 3 to a in York s
KEARNET Rev. J. J Parker arrived la
this city from Genoa. Neo.. to cake up th
storate ef the Congregational church.
air. Parker a as fjrmtrly a reaidaat
I FfT:t H.I
i if; j
farm mortgagee whose value wsa $54. Too. f
and twetity-three releases, their value being j
VA.rX On town and village property there . r
were filed fourteen mortgages and their : I
value was lin.l'd. and eight released of I 5
the value of CLHS.tio. This Is the lightest i
month for the last year, both as to filings : I
an-1 releases. T
NEBRASKA CITY' The cars occupied j I
bv tie Greek section men on the Missouri ;
Pacific at this iolnt were entered a few-d.-.ys
auo by two strangers, who took
sway ail of their clothing and sold it to
the junk man for rags. The Greeks were
indignant and threatened t) raise a row
until they located their goods. The rob
bers made l"ir escape from the city be
fore tie officers were Informed of what
had been done.
YORK The York countv grand iu'y.
called In session by District Judge George
Corcoran organized this week and wit
nesses suhpoensed from the different towns
and parts of the county, are giving testl
monv before the Jury It seems that the
tempence element of Benedict believed
that if a grand Jury probed Into the affairs
of that little city it would learn something
as to the liquor traffic as carried on In a
town where the saloon has been closed.
NEBRASKA CITY The home of Edwin
Mason, in the eastern part of the city, was
entered by burglars acme time 8unday
night snd three pocketbooks secured which
contained something over SV in cash. The
goods were all carried out in the yard,
where everything was left but the. cash.
The buvglar seemed well acquainted with
to get in and out
many to be
lieve it was tne work of a local character.
Al Bl'RN The location committee of the
1 Nebraska 1 nlge of Odd Fellow's, which was
out for the purpose of selection a site for
a new Lome for the ordcR, arrived In this
lilv yesterday cftetnoon over the Burling
ton and was met bv a committee of
rltisetis witn six automobiles. They were
shown some choice locations for their home
and afterwards treated to a ride over tile
.4.. tii-,e vat-a n I .rla In.' lflMt nleht at
the local lodge hall, where several p-oml-
nent fruit growers of the county gave some 1
In'erest .ng addresses.
HASTINGS The proposition for the Issue
of bonds for the proposed new high school
build ng. to cost upward of Sl'-O.W. will
probably be submitted at a special election
following the regular municipal election ln
April, tome sttornes have declared that
If the Issue is presented at the regular
election it would have to receive the nec
essary majority of the votes In both the
municipal and school d strict elections, even
thoiiuh toe two are practically aeparate. It
is believed that an expression on the Issue
an be more effectively si-cured if a bond
y.tlon is held after the regular election.
AT'RORA Hannah M. Phelps, wife of
"w-nexer 8. Phelps snd one of the early
i: '-rs of this county, died at her home
i this city at 'a e vlvanced age of KT years
i.d ! days. Had Mrs. Phelps lived till next
Vuzust sh and Mr. Phelps would have
..in married for seventy years She came
Hamilton county with her husband In
"'79 and for twenty-five- years lived on a
'arm f jur miles from this city. Slnee that
lioio thev bad resided In this city. Besides
her husband, who Is past 90 years old.
she leaves two sons. Otto C. Phelps of this
city and Ansel V. Phelps of Wallace. Neb.
The deceased was a member of the Congre
80S Boom 15th Street.
There's a world of comfort io
clothes that really fit you and aUe
you an individual style.
That's why garments made by
Nlcoll are so desirable. You'll wear a
Nicoll suit just about twice aa long as
ordinary made garments and enjoy
the comfortable fit and good style to
There'll be more patterns toselecl
from today than tomorrow. Suppose
jou visit here today.
Trousers $6 ta 512. Suits $25 ts $53
WILLIAM JKHRtMS SONS.
200.11 South loth M.
W'e w ant you to know by actual trial that the genuine
wslw&JD&7 Extract of Beef
with the bine signature, is the most delicious and far-m.
ing for beef tea ( V teaspoonful makes a full cup) and for I
coosang. i o -nuute you to try it we will ,
Give you this DIUTIFUL TEASPOON
Artistic, silver plated, of exclusive rose pattern and finished
in fashionable French gray like the latest solid silver crea
tions, and made and toarranted by Win. Rogers It Son. It is
of full size and without advertising.
To get the Oft Spoon send us 10c. in stamps and the top of
a jar of the genuine Licbig Company's lixtract To get our fine
Gift Fork, matching spoon in every respect, send 20c, in stamps
and a jar top. Address,
coa-vtuxa uavio a cp.. rci. s. iiada st. htw Yk.
UiiI 01 unStriBf WkL'w. s.of i
iiisiitSJsser.tves. Sei It TlVCAT. tt
1514 Doub!.s St,. Onaht.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMEJ.
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