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TIIE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1900.
Special Raincoat Sale
Todav. Thursday, and
Friday at the
$18 and $20
Our ability to sell High Grade Rainproof garments at such low prices is due to the fact
that we make all the goods we sell and sell all the goods we make at the makers' prices the
retailers' profits are your savings, buying at this store.
THAT IS WHY WE CAN SELL)
$28.00 Men' Crarsnstt f 9 75 3O.00 Man' OrTatt o 93B.OO Van' OrTnett
Oooate. at 16.1 Overcoat, at 18 Overcoats, at &V
$38 Womi'i Raincoats
ana tui coats, ai
GOODYEAR RAINCOAT CO.,
. ''Specialists in Raincoat Specialties"
Bank Safe, Defies
Effort to Blow, It
Vault of Stella Bank is Wrecked, but
Thieves Unable to Get at
. the dash.
STKLLA, Neb.', Oct 20. (Special.) The
vault of the Farmers" Btale bank at 8hu
bert waa blown open by burglars at an
early hour thla mornlnir. .
The vault waa completely wrecked and
thernall safe containing the money was
thrown by the force of the explosion Into
the middle of the room.
The safe with the1 money waa lying face
llown and It la thought that the robbers
were afraid to try a third shot for fear of
being caught Cltlxens heard a report at
2 o'clock, but as there were some large
galvanized water tanks stored near the
bank they supposed someone in passing
had thrown a stone at a tank. A sectf.d
report was heard, but It waa still supposed
to be the same thing.
An expert has been sent for to got the
- safe open. Two days ago a team and
buggy was stolen at Verdon, the next town
southy No effort .will be spared to catch
Omaha Man Suffers Loss.
GRANlJ ISLAND, Neb., Oct. 20. (Spe
del.) Oscar K. Hart,, until a week-ago
manager of the Hart Automobile garage.
has .disappeared,. Mrs.- iart . la evidently
much, concerned as to ills whereabouts, and
. Hubert Adler.of Omaha, who backed Hart
'financially -la here settling tip the affairs
, of garage and saving what he can from
the residue, lie states that he will be
out about 11,600. Hart has always been
held in high esteem here,' having long been
a resident of the city and the outcome of
the business Venture and his disappearance
la a surprise to many friends, iie left a
wek agp, a.ccor.djn faMr, HU"i o to
Kearney sm to e bacit .soon ife has
not returned and no word ean be secured
from him. Some other creditors are anxious.
It oiuit prove that it U th
equal ia every war and
superior ia tome to all
other biting powders, or
you inurt have your money
bark. You cannot set your
aunilard of. quality too high
o suit us.
imlti nn Calumet and
don't let your grocer give
. you a substitute.
South End IC'ST.
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"Goodyear Raincoats Reign Supremo'
Men's and Women's
Raincoats on Sale at
Ja w CTavsnette CIO
Only Exclusive Raincoat Store in
S. E. Cor.
It la stated by Mr. Adler that the business
has been backward for some time and that
he advlsfed abandoning the project some
time ago, but Hart seemed more confident
of a more favorable turn of affairs.
NEW BCILDIKGi AT CAMBRIDGE
Substantial Grwt Evlaeea by Con
strardoa of Pablie Stractarea.
CAM FRIDGE, Neb., Oct. . -(Special. )
Cambridge Is experiencing a substantial
building boom, despite the short corn crop.
A beautiful new two-story brick building
is being built as a home for fb.e First Na
C. M. Brown is building a fine new brick
postofflce building to lease to the govern
ment' A modern brick ' high school build
ing Is under construction. It will cost about
The standplpe for the water works Is
nearly completed and the water will be
turned Into the mains in a couple of weeks.
The electrio light plant building, which
waa destroyed by fire this spring, has been
replaced by a large brick structure, which
includes rooms for the city council and fire
department. Machinery for the light plant
Is arriving and electricity will be illum
inating the homea and streets of Cambridge
by the middle of November.
P. B. Cole, city electrician. Is building a
two-story brick structure to be occupied by
himself as an automobile garage and dwell
ing. L. C. Richardson is building a mod
Dr. O. C. Armstrong has sold his prac
tice, office building and equipment to Dr.
Reed, formerly owner, of the Holbrook hos
pital, and will leave in two weeks for
Europe to take up special studies of medi
cine. BARBER TRIES TO END LIFE
Bom of Baptlat . Minister of Kansas
City Shoots Himself.
BROKEN BOW, Neb., Oct. 20. (Special.)
Clay Williamson, a barber 42 yeara of ago,
Bitot and dangerously wounded himself last
night with a .S3 caliber revolver, the wound
being Inflicted with, suicidal Intent. Wil
liamson ha been dissipating heavily for
some time past, and for the last few days,
It Is said, has confined himself to cheap
hard cider, Jamaica ginger and lemon ex
tracts. The effects of this combination
produced a suicidal mania and he deter
mined to make away with himself In the
presence of his small daughter, who waa
too young to realise the seriousness of the
Intent. However, as he picked up the re
volver and placed It -to his bead, the little
one seised her father by the arm and ex
claimed: "Oh, papa! Don't shoot yourself
in the head. It will hurt like everything."
The man Immediately lowered bis arm,
placed the revolver against his right side
and fired. Drs. Pennington and Mulllns
worked over him nearly all night trying to
find the bullet, but were unsuccessful. Wll
llamson cornea of good family and Is from
Kanaaa City, Mo., where he haa a father
who Is a well-known Baptist minister,
There is small chance for his recovery.
No Trace of Big Team.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb, Oct 20. (Spe
cial.) Despite the fact that descriptions of
the missing horses were immediately tele
phoned to all nearby places and that the
two teams of heavy mares stolen from this
city could not travel fast, the thief or
thieves who have them aeem to have made
their escape. Mr."Tlnley, the owner of one
of the teams, and Chief Hoagland, who
have spent most of their time In the search
and who went beyond the Kansas line, have
returned, leaving Instructions with Sheriff
Jones of NuckoUa county to continue the
search. The teams were valued at $500
each, one of them consisting of two gray
mares, weight 1,500 each, one slightly darker
than the other, and 4 and S years old; the
other of a dark bay mare, weight 1.900, and
one black mare, weight 1.600, both with
foretops slightly clipped. The harness and
Mollne wagon with which the thieves
traveled were also stolen. Sheriff Dunkel
today offered a reward of 1100 for Informa
tion that will lead to the arrest of tha
thlevea and the recovery of the property,
and the owners offer a reward of &0 each
for the return of the property. '
Librarians In Session.
BEATRICE. Neb., Oct. 20. (Special.) The
fifteenth annual meeting of the Nebraska
Library association convened here yester
day afternoon in the form of a reception
at the auditorium of the new high school
building. Forty libraries In tha atate are
represented at the meeting. In the evening
A. H. Kill delivered the address of wel
come, with response by Miss Templeton of
Lincoln. After a brief musical and literary
program, Chalmers Hadley of Chicago,
secretary of the American Library associa
tion, delivered an address on the subject,
"The Librarian and the Trustee." The
meeting adjourned to the Paddock parlors
where a reception was tendered Mr. Had
le. The, meeting will be In aeaslon three
Syrian Areas of Bigamy.
ARAPAHOE, Neb., Oct . (Special
Telegram.) Salem Toomey, a Syrian, was
arrested here yesterday on a charge of
bigamy. The Information was filed before
Justice Lewis. It Is alleged that Toomey
has a wife and four children In the old
country. The complaining witnesses are
Joe Risk of Lincoln and Ellas Coury of
Wichita. He baa been In thla country
about three years and was married last
May. The case waa started by his coun
trymen to get him to support his oriental
wife, who Is destitute, but County At
torney Boaart Intends 10 prosecute Toomey
on tbe bigamy charge. "
Sis Horse Bora to Death.
BEATRICE. Neb.. -Oct. . -(Special Tele
gYam.) The barn ' on lbs farm of Frank
Marsh, seven miles northeast of 'Beatrice,
was destroyed by Are. big head of horses
perlched. together with- a' targe amount
of hay and grain. Lose Is placed at S2.W0,
partially' Insured. Origin of the fir la un
Clfl J ti
jb.oo wornm'i cn
16th and Davenport Streets.
Gun Accidentally Discharged and
Charge of Shot Enters His
COLUMBUS, Neb.. Oct 20. (Special
Telegram) Louis Weinberger of this city
was probably fatally shot about 1 o'clock
this afternoon while hunting west of this
city. He was getting out of the buggy
and placed the butt of the gun on the
ground when it was accidently discharged,
the load entering his right breast above
the lung. An automobile happened along
and he was hurried to the hospital. A
note book in his pocket broke the force
of the shot and probably saved him from
Instant death. His condition Is considered
critlaa! and there are small hopes for his
recovery. It was purely accidental.
CATHOLIC KNIGHTS' CONVENTION
Reports Show the Order to Bo In a
WEST POINT, Neb., Oct 20. (Special.)
The thirteenth biennial state council of the
Catholic Knights of America for Nebraska
convened at Hartlngton on Tuesday. The
meeting was preceded by a solemn high
mass, celebrated by Very Rev. Joseph
Rueslng of West Point, state president of
The delegates and state officers met In
St Michael's hall and the reports of the
president and secretary showed a material
gain In membership and an excellent pros
pect for a further Increase In the future.
Very Rev. Joseph Rueslng of West Point
was elected a delegate from the atate to
the supreme council of the order, which
meets at Ashevllle, N. C, in May, 1910.
The following state officers were unani
mously elected: President, Rev. Julius
Hettwer of Stuart, vice president, Nicholas
Funk of Randolph; secretary, Charlea
Weiss of" Hartlngton; treasurer, John H.
Undale of West Point : t
' Stuart was selected as the next meeting
place of the council.
AGED MAN COMMITS SUICIDE
Ill-Health S apposed to Be tho Moving
SUTTON, Neb., Oct 20. (Special.) The
father of Mrs. Schlnsel, living northeast of
town, committed suicide yesterday by hang
ing himself to a tree In the orchard. The
gentleman had passed TO years and for
some time his health had been falling. Yes
terday he appeared to be feellhg better and
went Into the yard for a walk. After dark
a member of the family had prepared his
supper and going to his 'room found he
was not there. A search was made and he
was found hanging to a tree. The only
reason to be given to the act la his 111
health. Funeral arrangements have not yet
been made. '
Falrbary Ma Dtaappeara.
FAIRBURY, Neb.. Oct 2a (Special.)
Nothing has yet been heard of O. W.
Conger, who disappeared from his home In
this city last Friday morning. At the time
of his disappearance he left a horse and
buggy tied on the main street where the
animal stood for thirty hours without food
or water, until It was finally taken up by
the police. It la rumored that financial
difficulties played a great part In his
sudden disappearance. He was . a cement
contractor and stone mason, and since his
disappearance his horse and buggy, part of
l.ls furniture and a portion of his tools and
supplies have been taken to apply on hla
debts. He leaves a wife and family without
means of support
Vtetlat of Stahblagr Recovering-.
COLUMBUS, Neb., Oct 2a (Special.)
Louis Nordland, the victim of laat Satur
day night's subbing, was taken to the
hospital. Is resting easily and hla re
covery Is certain. For a time It waa
thought he waa fatally injured, but no
unfavorable symptoms made their appear
ance, and while his wounds are painful
they will not prove fatal. . Ed Flynn and
Bill Tyler, his two assailants, are in the
county-Jail. Their hearing was postponed
until Friday to wait the outcome of Nord
I Haaaphrr Fair Association.
HUMPHREY. Neb.. Oct . (Special.)
The Humphrey Commercial club haa or
ganised a fair association. It la too late
for anything this year, but preparations
are being made for the coming year.
The plan la to hold a six days' fair.
This Honie-Made Cough Syrup
Stop Coughs Quickly.
Make a plain svruo br taklnr nna nlnt
of Uranulated Sugar, add one-half pint of
nn waier ana stir lor two minutes.
Iut two and one-half ounres of pure
Plnex In a pint bottle and fill It up with
the Granulated Sugar Syrup. Take a tea
spoonful every one. two or three hours.
Keep well corked and It will never spoil.
The effectiveness of this simple home
made article is surprising. It usually
slops a deep-seated cough In twenty-four
hours. It Is also excellent for colds,
whooping coughs, pains In the cheat bron
chial troubles and similar aliments.
I e the real Plnex In making it, how
ever. . It Is the most valuable concentrated
compound of Norway White Pine Extract,
and it Is far superior to the numerous
pine oil and pine tar preparation. If
your druggist due not have it, he can
get It for you without troubla
The proportion above suggested makes
a full pint of the best cold and cough
remedy. The taate is ao pleasant that
children take It willingly. The total cost
Is about it cents.
Strained honey can be used Instead of
the syrup, and makes a very fine boney
and plue tar cough syrup. Adv, ,
nOW TO MARK THE BALLOT
Scratching: of Judicial Ticket Be
ferred to Attorney General.
WOODARD BOSS AT THE ASYLUM
Calls Down His Bookkeeper In Pres
ence of Visitor Jast to Show
that He Is Head of the
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 20.MSpeclal.)-Inqulrles
have been addressed to the secretary of
state regarding the marking 'of the ballot
In The coming election, and the secretary Is
waiting for the attorney general to pass on
the question before making a statement.
One party desired to know for whom a
vote would count If a voter should make
a cross In the circle at the head of the
ballot and then vote for one candidate for
Judge on another ticket
Without having given the matter any
study the legal hepartment of the state
said off hand It would appear that the party
after whose name the mark was made
would receive the vote and the candidates
on the other ticket for the same office
would not receive the vote.
Fof Instance, if a democrat should make
a cross In the democratic circle at the head
of the ballot and then vote for one of the
candidates on the .republican ticket for
Judge, It Is the belief, of. the legal depart
ment that the vote would count for the one
republican candidate for Judge and for all
the candidates on .t,He democratic ticket
except the three Judges. Or the election
board might throw out the ballot entirely,
though it would be an Injustice to the can
didate after whose name a cross haa been
made, but no more so than to two of the
Judicial candidates on the other ticket for
each person is entitled to vote for three
candidate for Judge. So the legal depart
ment said for the voter to be on the aafe
side If he Is going to scratch his ticket
and make his cross after the three candi
dates he desires to vote for, after marking
his circle at the head of the ticket
Chairman Hayward In the meantime said
the only way to be sure of voting the ticket
correctly Is to put a cross after the word
republican at the head of the ballot and
do nothing else.'
aaraatinc is Necessary.
Inasmuch as some articles have been ap
pearing In the public press to the effect
that the State Board of Health Is not much
concerned over the quarantine against
spinal meningitis. State Health Inspector
Wl!son desires it to be known that it Is
very Important that. every caae be quaran
tined. "Spinal meningitis," said the health
inspector, "Is contagious according to au
thorities and for that reason a rigid quar
antine must be enforced." Dr. Wilson be
lieves more cases have occurred In the atate
than have been reported' to him, as physi
cians have said there were fully 600 cases
in York and Polk counties, though only 200
cases 'all told have been reported to the
Stat Board of Health.
Woodard Show He I Bo.
Superintendent Woodard of the Asylum
for the Insane at Lincoln haa demonstrated
that he Is the "boas" at the Institution,
even though he had to be disrespectful to
a cumber of visitors to the asylum to do
ao. By exercising the authority vested In
him. by Governor Shallenberger ' he waa
rfble to humiliate Felix. .Newton, his book
keeper, at the same, lme he ob&sed his
guests from the asylum , " "-
A party of young, people went to th asr
lum yesterdaj to-inspect it. . There being
no guide around , Mr. NewtofV 'volunteered
his services to the party and .was escorting
them through the Institution when Super
intendent Woodard hove in sight He In
formed them that Newton Mad no business
showing them through the institution, but
If they desired to go- around they could
wait until an usher was not busy.
Newton was almost struck dumb by the
tirade from his chief, and the party being
friends of his made his humiliation harder
to bear. The persons composing the party
watted a few moments - and then left the
asylum, two of them Incidentally being em
ployes of the auditor's office. Whether the
superintendent feared Newton would show
too much to the visitors he did not say,
though today when asked whether he had
discharged his bookkeeper he replied that
he had nothing to say.. The governor was
out of the city today ' and therefor the
matter could not be reported to him.
Sheep Rate Argued.
Attorneys for Oscar Thompson today
filed briefs In support of their contention
that the Northwestern railroad has a min
imum weight on cars In which sheep are
shipped which cannot be loaded to that ex
tent without endangering the Uvea of th
sheep. Evidence in the case waa taken
aome time ago and briefs were asked for
from each side.
Assyrian Refaaed Naturalisation.
Deputy District Clerk Berg today refused
naturalisation paper to an Assyrian under
tha rule established that Asiatics cannot
become cltiiens of the United States. The
Assyrian, however. Intimated that he would
take the matter Into the federal eourt and
see whether he waa eligible to become a
cltlsen of this land of the free.
W elcome to' Odd Fellow.
When the members of the Independent
Order of Odd Fellows began their session
at representative hall thla morning ' they
were welcomed to the city by Mayor Love,
who took advantage of the occasion to
speak a word for a prohibition city.. The
address of welcome waa responded to by
Grand Master Miller of the grand lodge,
President Mellta Taylor of the Rebekahs
and E. S. Davis of the patriarchs militant.
Held on Sasplcion. 1
Held aa a suspect on the., .charge of de
serting from the United States army and
for the murder of William Welsh at Mo
llne, 111., laat April. James Miller, who had
papers on his person . seeming to Indicate
that he la James E. Gingery, a former sol
dier In the regular service, Is held at the
Lincoln police station awaiting Investiga
tion. Miller, or Gingery, was recognised, by. two
former Mollne boys, who gave their namea
as Curly Swln and John Storopsky, as the
three were waiting for a train at the Rock
Island depot Wednesdsy morning. Young
Swln notified an officer who was on duty
at the station and Gingery waa brought
to the police headquarters. There he told
an inconsistent story of his past life. Act
ing Chief Malone waa not satisfied with
his tale and he asked him to open a grip
which he carried. In the case were pictures
of Gingery In tbe uniform of a soldier.
Other paper showed that he had been In
Mollne and that he had been stationed at
Fort Caaey, Wash., in lSOl
Agntast Sunday Paper.
Rev. C. H. Rogers of ' the Plymouth
church. In an address to, the Congrega
tional meeting now on her, spoke against
th Sunday paper and th Sunday street
car. Th minister said the Sunday paper
should be kept on lc until Monday before
It la read.
Frelaht tar la th Ditch.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Oct JO. (Special Tei
graui.) 8vrl boa can attached to a
Burllnrton frela-ht went Into the dltrh
near lloao; this mornlnir. blocking the line
for about five hours. "The Burlington used
the Union Paclflo track between here and
Lincoln until the wreckage waa removed.
Nebraska Neves Note.
LYONS Charles A. Turen was married
Wednesday to Mine Nina Frisk, at the
home of the brides rather, east of, Oak
land. NEBRASKA CITY A. It. Fletcher of this
city and Miss Ross of Omaha were mar
ried and will make their future home at
BEATRICE Joseph Norton, an old rest-
dent of the Plller neighborhood, died yes
terday from blood poisoning, caused from
an Injury to his foot.
LYONS Robert Orr, west of town. Is now
marketing potatoes that produced about
toil bushels to ln acre, wmcn Deals tne
record here so far as known.
BEATRICE A Hunt rain fell here last
night. Winter wheat Is badly In need of
moisture and a good soaking rsln would
do much good In this section.
NEBRASKA CITY-The body of Louis
Meinke, who died In a hospital at Omaha,
was brought to his home at Talmage today
and the funeral held at St. Paul's Catholic
BEATRICE The funeral services for the
late Nathan S. Reynolds were held yester
day from the family home, conducted by
Rev. L. D. Young. Interment was In. tha
NEBRASKA CITY-Frult growera " are
experiencing so much trouble securing help
to gather their crop of apples that they
are offering them from 15 to 20 cents per
bushel on the trees, but find few purchas
ers. LINDSAY-Mr. George Hoveland. while
fixing the steps on the Paulson building,
slipped and fell from a ladder, dropping
fifteen feet to the ground below, sustaining
a broken nose, a broken arm and a badly
BEATRICE Paul Acton, an employe of
the Burlington, had his left foot crushed
at Wymore yesterday while unloading ma
chinery by letting the tire of a drlvewheel
fall on It. The Injury wit lay him up for
LYONS Ex-State Representative J. C.
McElhlnney. who was ao near death's
door, has sufficiently recovered to enable
him and his family to go to Sulphur
Springs, Mo., where they will remain some
time for treatment.
KEARNEY Robert Radcllff. accused of
forgery, who was brought her from Dea
Moines to stand trial, was released on bond
furnished by T. E. Carrison and left on the
first train for Des Moines to see his
mother, who Is 111.
PERU Reports from the farmers around
Peru Indicate that notwithstanding the
supposed drouth of the summer, the corn
crop Is of good quality and the acreage
large. The rich land on the bottom yields
especially fine corn. ,'
NEBRASKA CITY The government snag
steamer was here yesterday and remained
all day. It Is en route to St. Louis, where
it will go Into winter quarters. This is
the first boat that has passed this city for
the last four months.
PONCA Mr. A. C. Whltaker, agent for
the Chicago, St. Paul. Minneapolis &
Omaha railway at Wlnslde, Neb., was
transferred to Ponca today. James L.
Ryan, traveling auditor of the road, was
her and effected the transfer.
BEATRICE Beatrice lodge. No. 186, An
cient Order United Workmen, held a big
meeting last evening, which was addressed
by Grand Master Workman Walling of
Iavld City, f ollowing the , meeting the
Degree of Honor served refreshments.
LYONS The farmers are complaining
that the hard freese of the 13th has dam
aged the winter apples, which remained on
the trees, causing them to commence rot
ting at the core and rendering them un
marketable. Few had been gathered be- :
fore the freese came. '
BEATRICE John O. Pearce, a resident
of Dlller since 1S7U. died yesterday at the
home of his son, Frank Pearce, editor of
the Dlller Record, with whom he had made
his home for twenty years. He was a na
tive of Cayuga, N. Y., and was SO years
11 months and 8 days of age.
NEBRASKA CITY'-F. L. Reran, who
lives on the east side of the river, sold
t.0801 watermelons from eight1 acres of
ground and received $928 for them. He
haa something like two carloads left from
which he will take the seed. This Js the
most profitable crop that he raised on his
KEARNEY The city council met Mon
day evening and accepted the bid of
Troupe & . Crult for the erection of the
soldiers' and sailors' monument at the In
tersection of Twenty-fifth and Central ave
nue In this city. The monument la to be
built along elaborate lines and ' to cost
the city K300.
KEARNEY Mayor Patterson, O. O
Smith and Warren Pratt left Wednesdsy
morning for a hunting trip in McPherson
county. They are accompanied by C. A
Bryant of Bloomlngton, 111., who holds
large Interests In this city and In the ter
ritory where the hunt ia to be. Ducks and
geese will be the game sought
PERU The formal presentation of the
large statue of Horace Mann by the class
of U09 took place at convocation yester
day. Speechea of presentation, aettlng
forth the life and character of the man.
were made by Prof. C. F. Beck, adviser of
the class, and by Ethel Williams and Prof
Leffler, members of the clasa.
KEARNEY The Northwest District ren
tal association la In session In this city"
and having a large attendance. The Owls
have extended aa a courtesy tha use of
their club rooms, where a smoker and
banquet waa held Tuesday night. Tuesday
afternoon Dr. Woodbury of Council Bluffs
gave a lecture on "Cavity Preparation."
PONCA The Presbyterians are preparing
to lay the cornerstone of their new church
edifice next Sunday, October 24. The brick
work for the basement is nearly completed
and the floor will be laid In the rough thla
week. The new building will far surpass
the one destroyed by fire last winter la
beauty and convenience. There will be
five rooms In the basement beside the fur
nace room and a lecture room.
NEBRASKA CITY-The Nebraska Fish
commission car Antelope was here today
and secured another load of small bass and
crappie from the email ponds on the east
side of the river. The fish will be taken
Into the atate and placed In the smaller
streams so as to stock them. This Is the
fifth carload of fish that haa been secured
here and If the weather will permit the
commissioner will return for another car
load. KEARNEY Miss Alice Winn died at the
Kearney hospital Monday evening at 11
o'clock after an Illness of fourteen days
death being the result of acute Brlght's
disease, which set in six days before her
death, following a minor operation, which
had been performed and from which she
was recovering rapidly at the time the lat
ter disease set In. Miss Winn was a grad
uate of the Normal achool here and had
been teaching it Gibbon the last year
She waa 23 yeaia of age.
NEBRASKA CITY-Cllnt Oilman, the
young man who was badly burned bv
reason of an electric wire setting fire to
a can of paint with which he he waa paint
ing a telephone pole twenty-three feet
above the ground and who waa seriously
injured by his fall, died yesterday and
was burled today. He was 23 yeara of age
and leaves a wife and 4-year-old son Oil
man waa born at Falls City, but spent
most of his life In this city' He waV a
member of the Ancient Order of United
Workmen and Red Men and was burled
under their auspices today.
OUTPUT OF PACKING, HOUSES
No Seasonable Increase In Marketlaa;
of Hog I Noted, hat Rather
CINCINNATI, O., Oct 20.-(Spclal Tele
gram.) Price Current says: No - season
able enlargement of hoga has been dis
closed. Total western packing was 460,000.
compared with 465.000 the preceding week
and 666.000 last year. Since March 1. the to
tal Is 14,615,009, against 16,410,000 a year ago.
Prominent place compare as follows:
Chicago 2,L'U.0J0 1.370,000
Kansas City 1 i6,oii0 2.1S6 0)
South Omaha 1 S4I.UW i.nsouO
St Louis l.its.ouo l,ao.0o0
St. Joseph W7.u l.O00
Indianapolis 777.0UO yatmo
Milwaukee tTti.OuO (. Ouo
Cincinnati SIS out) 3v5 Ols)
Otturawa Xi7.oi J7,0o0
Cedar Rapids 2i OuO 315 0u0
Sioux City AmO 000 65i
St. Paul K0iO 40 (CO
Cleveland 410.000 406,000
Try Chamberialn'a Cough Remedy when
you have a cold and you will be pleased
with th prompt relist afforded.
WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Y. M. IB. O. O
We clean gloves by machin
ery and are atile to clean them
in a much better manner than
the old hand method.
The machine does not wear
out the gloves, nor pull them
out of Bhape, and they are
. cleaned both outside and inside.
Price for short gloves, 10c
per pair; long gloves, 26c per
- 1 Wagons to all parts of the
' "600 Cleaners ind Djert"
1513 J one gt. Both Phones
N. B. Out of town business re-,
celves prompt attenton. Write for
WE ARE SELLING OUT
at about one-tenth of former
prices the finest stock of
That ever came to this city.
Come In and look them over
Is the expression of the honse
k.eeper tbe first time she uses
SILICON tbe celebrated Silver Polish,
for Cleitninr and Polishinr
SH.VKKWARK. other fine
metals and Cut Class. It's so
dittercnt in action and t
mulls 11 ihq Knr inner, .
t Oil i A
9ivc silver, asni
sxpeese. docs not scraira
or wear. Refuse substi
tute. Send address for
Sk. KimU-uttiliron O..KJC hit PC, Nw York.
Crorers aad nruoolata Sell It.
Hough, Pimply Faces
mad clear, smooth, beautiful,
blotches, blsckh.sds. sunburn,
(an. skia-reughnsss and redness
Hulcklj rsssoTsd. Ssfsst, pless-
antest, most enectwe toilet
preparation en tbe market.
Si a m to bUiu. Ctnm trial
Proves Its merits. 50 Csnu Bonis.
, . M aoofacrored aad for sale bjr ,
Sherman & McConnell Drug Co.
lath ana Dodgo, Oasaka.
OWL DRUt. CO.
- 16ta aa Haraoy.
Trnia IVaTCST TOrUJtAM 7 AS
All iteaclle. Dyes and Brush as well as
Paints for Dyeing
At Discount Prices
A. E3ospe Co.
1813 DOVOUtl STBBXT.
An expert la attendance who will glad
ly Instruct you.
Tad's Dental Rooms
Cold wenther is with us. If the
boy is to have a new puit or over
coat this season, get it now. ,
Whether he's a small chap or a
great big fellow just verging on
manhood, we can put swell garments
on his back that tvill keep him "warm
and make him proud of his attire.
Many novelties of v fabric and make
up that you'll hot find at other
Boys' Knickerbocker Suits, some
with two pairs of trousers
S3.50, $4.50. S5.00,
$6.00 $7.50, Etc.
$2.50, $3.50, $5.00
$6.00, $7.50, $10
- 'Mei't ..iiI
Exchange what you have,
and. don't want, for something-
you have not and do
want. Some one if they
know about it will be glad to
trade with you. You can get
something you can use for
what yon don't want
Your home, no doubt," con
tains many things which are
not used. and,Arimply tak
ing up space in attio and
basement. Perhaps it is a
gun, bicycle, trunk, ice-chest,
overcoat etc. . There are a
great many things which you
want and haven't the ready
cash to buy. The best way
to do it is
throngh a Bee Want Ad
By advertising under the
head of "Barter and Ex
change" you will make a
(or something yon can use.
You can usually get more
in this way than if you sold
for cash. , ,
To show what can be done
in this way we are making
A special 'pirlcc for '"Swaps
for an ad Ilk thla for a
week t ilnea, er 18 words, 7
time for 60 cent.
WILL, EXCHANGE Jewel aa range
with oven, almost new, for bed room
furniture or sofa. TeL Harrmy 0000.
Want Ad Dept., Omaha Daily Bee
You buy right
when you buy
the Alweys well
Whenever yea want oaa
Lbloc call 'Pbon Ioua;ta
tn and anaa It knows
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