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THE BEE: OMAHA. FTtTDAY, OCTOBER 22,
HOMESTEADERS ASK HELP
Kay Appeal to Sackstt Law to Secure
the Opening of Eoads.
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LETES FENCED UP
044 Fellows' Orui tMm Eleete
Officer for the Email ta Tear
- and A(ri to Meet Ala,
(From a Ftaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Oct. 21. 8peolal.-The Baclt
Mt law for t) removal of derelict offi
ciate may be brought Into use to rtmori
from office some county commissioners
who hava failed to clean roads alom see
tlon section line In the wit and of the
tat. ' '
Ooremor Shallonbercer today .received a
moat pitiful letter for help from a home
ateadar out la the hills near Dalton In the
west nd of Nebraska, The writer, Mrs. L.
Q. Simer,, who aald land owner had fenced
In the land alone the aectlon line and In
o!nr a distance of two mllea she had to
open five ratea. She wrote that In going to
town It was neoeeearr for her. to take
her three chllren, the eldest at whom la
4 year at age. These she had to leave In
the bmrgr while ahe gets out and opena
and cloeea the rates. She la In constant
fear of a runaway, to say nothing of the
fact that she has ruined several, skirts
getting; In and out of the vehicle.
'When she complained to the land owners,
she wrote, she was told that If she "ever
left the gates open they would be fastened
with Vires and she would be forced to
stay In the hills and .never get to town
Homesteaders,' she wrote , the governor,
are trying to develop western Nebraska
and tbey are undergoing all the hardships of
pioneers and she believes they' are entitled
to the help of -the officials to the end
that life may be made as bright as pos
Others, she said, were In the same fix
as she la and ahe la writing for them all.
iklng for relief from the authorities. In
i .sVbawer to the 1ft ter, the governor wrote
that he would render her all possible help,
telling her It la not only the duty of the
county commissioners to open these roads,
bat to Work them aa well and attention will
be galled to the proper authorities to get
bus and help the homesteader. " If they
refuse to enforce the la they will be
haled up short under the provisions of the
Sackett law. ' ;
Brief la' Oee-npatlom Tax Caae.
Judge , Sullivan and,, his fellow counsel
have filed In the supreme court a brief In
support of' their oontentlon that the oc
cupatlori tax enacted by the late demo
cratic legislature J-ia4 not constitutional.
Odd Fellows Elect Officers.
The grand ' lodge, . Independent Order of
Odd Fellows, Itas selected Lincoln for Its
next meeting place. The lodge elected the
following officers: '
Grand Master C. J. Kelly.
Deputy Orand Master Paul Story.
Grand Wardt-n W. O.- Vosburg.
. Grand Secretary I. P. Gage.
' Orand Treasurer F. P. Bryant.
"Grand Representative R. H. Miller.
Conference e Union Depot.
t Representatives of all the railroads en
tering Lincoln are expected here tomor-
fow morning to confer- about constructing
4 union depot! Prominent officials fere ex
pected. . '
''Railroads Juggle Fiamrea.
" Members of the State Railway commis
sion and Accountant Wettllng and Rate
Clerk Powell are busy going over the tes
timony already taken 'by the railroads in
the .various rate suits now pending.
. The evidence covers, interstate. Intra
state and through business. The question
at Issue Is a division of the cost of opera
tion and of revenue- The evidence so far
as Investigated goes to show that the rail
roads have a different, method of dividing
their Income from that of dividing, up the
The evidence taken In the case of the
Rock Island shows that about 92 per cent
Of the revenue goes to pay expense of
operation. Taking a shipment of corn for
100 mllea Into Omaha, the rate Is cents,
while from Omaha to Chicago, 600 miles.
Is U cents. The railroads, so the testimony
I UNTIL NOV. 1
Treatment Offer Then Expires.
1 141 urn Medical and Surgical Special
lata Will Make Concession on
-''" Treatment Until That
The Radium Medical and Surgical Insti
tute at 163 Karnara will give Free Treat
ment until Nov. 1 to all who come within
the prescribed Urns. "We have cured
many who thought that a cure was Im
possible; people have oome to us after
other doctors had said a cure could not
be effected; we have cured men and women
who were supposed to be at death's door."
These are the words of the Chief of Staff
at the Institute.
This month treatment Is given free to
all who come. Poverty Is no bar against
becoming cured. The poor as well aa the
rich may gain their former" health and
strength through this wonderful Kadlura
.System of treatment. It seems that the
specialists have taken the beat methods
of the homeopath, eclectic and allopath,
then the marvelous radium, that precious
life-saving discovery, makes the treatment
' morV effective.
On file at the Institute are hundreds of
letters from happy people who have been
sv(,'froin a life of misery and suffering
by the greatest treatment In the world,
lty 'the greatest treatment In the world"
v. e : hieao what we say. and say Jt con
servatively. No system, known to medical
telence lu so effective" In the cure of
asthma, catarrh, rheumatism, gallstones,
epilepsy, chronlo nervous diseases of men
and women and diseases of tha stomach.
kidneys and liver. Here la what one man
haa to aay of this system:
Radium Medical and Surgical Institute,
. Otnaha. Neb.,
Iear Doctor: : ....
A era t M, 1. I called at the Radium
Medical and 8urgkalxInstitute suffering
from rbtnTbatlsin, with severe kidney and
stomach trouble. . For a year I waa In
capable of atooplng down owing to the
'great pain I suffered. Today. September
, I feel like a new man and will soon re
sume my buslnoss as blacksmith.
v , JOHN WILLS.
' You can be cured as easily. Start now
' before your' disease U so far advanced as
to nuike It hard to combat. Patients
must pay for their own medicines. Con
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The Radium Medical and Surgical Insti
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cause you alckneea If dlaoased.
To make and keep them abundant
and healthy, ia to have pnre blood, free
dom from disease and vigorous health.
The chief purpose of llood'a Saraa
parilla la to do this, and 1U success la
attended by thousand of wonderful
enrea. Cures of all blood disease",
acrofula, eccema, rheumatism, catarrh.
Get H today la the atrial llqald form or la
oaeeoiatea tablet form eaued Sanalabe.
Indicates, divide the revenue on a basis of
1 to I or on the mileage, while the expenses
are divided on a basis of to 11
It Is this division that the railway com
mission will have to tear down and show
Inequitable before It can make Its case
and that Is what the commission Is now
considering. If It cannot do this the rail
roads, so the commission believes, have the
best end. of the argument.
Teat for Corporations.
Secretary of State Junkln has prepared
an affidavit for the signature of those cor
porations, which their officers claim are
not organised for profit and therefore do
not come under the provisions of the oc
cupation tax law. The affidavit Is to set
out the capital stock of the corporation;
how It la Invested; theetatement under oath
that It was not organised for profit. Those
who sign the affidavit will have their cor
porations stricken from the list, which
Governor Shallenberger will cancel next
Commission Men Hangr Back,
The law requiring commission merchants
to register their names with the secretary
of state and give a bond after paying a
license fee of $10 Is evidently pretty much
of a dead letter. Up to this time only
seventeen have taken out the licenses and
of these five are grain merchants. Every
one paid his money under protest. ,
Creameries File Labels.
The law requiring creamery owners to
file with the secretary of state a copy of
their label used to Identify their cans has
been generously compiled - with. So far
sixty-one creameries have sent in their
Wallace Gets a Vacation.
Dr. Charles W. Wallace, who recently
discovered Important documents relating to
the life of Shakespeare, waa today granted
a year's leave of absence by Chancellor
Avery of the State university. Dr. Wallace
will return to London to continue his In
Politicians Have Little Else on Their
Minds in Big Western
ANSLET, Neb., Oct. tl. (Special.) The
division of Custer county is the only topic
discussed among the politicians. Each of
the proposed new counties of Alfalfa,
Hlgglns arid Sheldon Is suggesting a full
sot of county officers. The following are
the new officials suggested for the pro
posed new 'county of Sheldon: ,
County clerk, Barnes Lee, Berwyn; treas
urer. Hon. Gus A. Olson. Black Hills b
sin; judge, Mao Warrington, Mason City;
snenrx. jm. rs waieroury, xserwyn; coroner,
Dr. A. -C. Rumery, Mason City; surveyor,
Mark Lamb, Mason City; superintendent.
Prof. Graham; commissioners, B. L. Nlch
olas. Mason City; John J. Murray, Arcadia;
Ben P. Morris, Ansley.
The county seat of Alfalfa county will
be Callaway, the county seat of Hlgglns
county will be Sargent and the county
seat of Sheldon county will be Ansley If
division comes. The vote will be Novem
ber L . -
Elected for the Ease In
BEATRICE, Neb., Oct tl. (Special Tel
egram.) The State Library association
closed Its meeting here today, papers being
read by Miss Lais Spencer and Miss Edith
These officers were elected: President,
Miss May Jennings of Kearney; first vloe
president. Miss Ray of Lincoln; second
vice president, Mlsa O'Brien of Omaha;
treasurer. Miss Pearl Humphrey of Papll
Orand Island and Columbus were the
bidders for the next convention, which was
left to the executive committee.
Librarians Talk Shop.
BEATRICE. Neb., Oct . (Speoial.)
There was an Increase In attendanoe at
the state library meeting yesterday. The
morning session opened with ' a paper
"Book Buying," by Mlsa Joanna Hagey
of Lincoln. After a brief business meeting
the delegates were given an automobile
ride about the city.
Th afternoon program was devoted to
children's literature, and papers were read
by tho following: Miss Lila Bowen of
Omaha, Miss Florence Waugh of Lincoln,
Mlsa Florence Smith and Miss etuth Davla
of Beatrice. In the evening these papers
were read: "The Library and the Farmer"
by Chester Hill of Ellis, "The Library and
the Worklngman" by B. F. Ourney of
Beatrice, "The Library and the Business
Man" by M. T. Cummlngs of Beatrice
"The Library and the Foreign Born Cltl-
ten" by Miss Sarka Hrbek of Lincoln.
Nemaha River Project.
Tl'Cl'MSEH, Neb.. Oct. 21 (Speclal.)
The work of surveying the Nemaha river
territory through Johnson county for the
proposed drainage ditch was commenced
by the government engineering and sur
veying force, Tuesday. The crew includes
three suveyors and four helpers and the
work waa commenced on the county line,
northwest of Sterling. It Is not known how
long It will take the men to complete
the work. Congressman J.V.A. Magulre was
down from Lincoln a day or two familiar
ising himself with the project He Is In
sympathy with the movement and pledges
his support It begins to' look very much
as if the Nemaha river will be under
drainage project through this county with
in a short time. The work la progressing
nicely In Richardson county.
Sheriff Gets at Bad Fall. 1
DAVID CITT. Neb.. Oct 21. (Rpeclal.)
Sheriff I. J. West, who Is candidate for
re-election this fall on the republican
ticket waa the victim of an accident this
morning. He waa up In an apple tree and
tha stepiadder on which he was standing
gave way, throwing him to the ground and
breaking his left arm. besides bruising
him quite severely about the chest The
sheriff was game, however, and came up
town Immediately to have his arm at
ended to and started out Into the country
to rustle votes. This la Sheriff West'
fourth successive term. If eleoted, and this
being a beavlly democratlo oounty, speaks
well for his ability aa a county officer.
Guard the health of your family by keep
ing at haid a bottle of Chamberlain'
Cough Remedy. It has equal for
coughs, colds and croilp
Cash Box Foils
They Work Over Three Houn Trying
to Open It and Then Leave
- Without Success.
MAN LET, Neb.. Oct. D. (Special Tele
gram.) After working from 1 o'clock until
S:t0 this morning In an effort to break
open the strong box of the Manley state
bank, robbers gave up In disgust and de
parted, taking precautions, however, to
leave no clues behind aa to their Identity.
The bank was robbed October 29, 19W,
and the robbers secured between 12,000 and
$3,000. The officers then procured a new
safe and placed the money In a specially
strong steel box Inside the larger one.
This the burglars found It Impossible to
break open and too heavy to cart away
Nine explosions of dynamite were heard
by residents of the town, but none was
brave enouxh to Investigate.
The bank Is owned by Thomas Parmele
of Plattsmouth and the cashier Is W. J.
Rau. They believe the men who broke
open the bank at Shubert yesterday did
the work last night. A stranger, who was
A cripple, was seen In Manley yesterday
but there Is no certainty he was connected
with the robbery. Tho building was par
J. J. Delight and the safe expert of his
establishment left for Manley on receipt
of the Information to see what could be,
done toward ' getting the safe in shape.
The damaged safe was sold the Manley
bank by the Dertght company. The party
went down to Manley In an automobile.
Breaks Her Neck;
Falls from Auto
Mrs. Frank Spear Instantly Hilled
Near Fickrell While on Fleas
nre Trip to Lincoln.
FAIRBURT, Neb.. Oct 21. (Special Tele
gram.) Mrs. Frank B. Spear of Diller waa
Instantly killed this morning two miles
north of Plckrell, being thrown from an
automobile. She struck on her head.
breaking her neck.
Mr. and Mra. J. Smith Diller of Diller,
Averlll Fouta and Mr.' and Mrs. Spear
formed a party that was motoring from
Diller to Lincoln in Mr, Diller'a machine.
Near Plckrell, a culvert that had been
washed away, left a hole In the road. In
crossing It other occupants of the car sue
ceeded in holding their aeats, but Mra
Spear was thrown out The car was not
Mr. Spear Is a druggist at Diller and one
of the prominent cltlxens. Mra. Spear was
of middle age. Her body waa at once taken
Mra. Spear was 30 yeara of age and leaves
a husband and one child. She was reared
in Beatrice and the body will be Interred
there. Her father, D. L. Whitney, died a
lew weeks ago at Topeka, Kan.
Old-Time Doctor Dead.
NEBRASKA CITY.. Neb., Oct. 2t (Spe.
clal.) Dr. Thomas S. Grant has been lead
lng the life of a recluse of late and a few
evenings since he was found In an un
conscious condition In his room and taken
to Jail, because of the lack of a hospital
and there he waa found dead In his bed
yesterday, never 'having regained con
scious. He waa one of the leading practl-
cloners of medicine in this city at one time
and assistant surgeon for the Missouri
Pacific, with headquarters at Auburn. He
took to drink, separated from hie wife and
family and finally came back to this city
where he was born and reared. He was 53
years of age and a brilliant man. His
body was taken Jn charge by his brother
and sister and tha funeral was held this
afternoon. His wife, who secured a divorce
Is living In Missouri and one son aurvlvea
Spinal Paralysis at Teenmeeh.
TECUMSEH. Neb., Oct. 21. (Special.)-
There la a case of the disease, spinal
paralysis In this vicinity. Gladys Irvln, the
S-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Porter
Irvln, who live west of Tecumaeh, Is the
sufferer. The child became sick some two
weeks ago and Dr. C. D. Barnes of Tecum
seh waa called. The doctor caused the
home to be quarantined and as a precau
tlonary measure the school authorities had
the district school building, where the
child had attended, thoroughly fumigated,
The ease waa promptly reported to Dr,
Wilson of Pawnee City, secretary of the
State Board of Health, and the gentleman
sent word back, that this is the only -case
reported from southeastern Nebraska. ,
Woman Accidentally Shot.
PLATTSMOUTH. Neb., Oct. 2L-(Spe
clal.) Mrs. Alexander Hunter accidentally
shot herself with a rifle Wednesday at
their home near Murray Wednesday night,
about 11 o'clock, the ball entering between
two ribs on the left side. Mr. and Mrs.
Hunter had been wrltlr.g letters until
late hour and while he was removing his
Uihoes she picked up the gun and was tak
lng It from the foot of the bed to the head
of the bed when It caught on a chair and
It was accidentally discharged. Mrs. Hun
ter was taken to the St. Joseph hospital
In Omaha today.
Nebraska News Notes.
BEATRICE Colonel W. S. Tllton left
yesterday ror Anaciamo. Oki.. to visit hi
sons, who are engaged In the newspaper
WYMORBt Paul Acton, employed at the
Burlington roundhouse, was struck on the
foot by an enKine tire, crushing the bones
ana tearing ligaments loose.
BEATRICE Ira G. Smock of Virginia
ana Mlsa Nancy Ipson of Fllley were mar
ried yesterday at the borne of the bride
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ipson.
KEARNEY Rev. P. G. Snow and wife
arrived from Klnderhook, N. Y., Wednes
day afternoon. Rev. Snow tM, the new
pastor of St Luke's Episcopal church in
BEATRICE Herman Wlebe has finished
threshing hi wheat crop. From forly-flv
acres he secured a yield of l.tiH bushels,
which is a trifle better than thlrty-st
ousneis to tne acre,
REPUBLICAN ClTY The funeral of Mr,
J. R. Hursh waa held at the Methodist
Episcopal church yesterday at 1 o'clock.
He was 74 years old and was living with
ins aaugnter, Mra Frank Dyer.
FREMONT Mra Prtsellla Anderson, wife
or xl. U. Anderson, died Thursday, she
was the youngest daughter of Hon. W. R.
Wilson of this city and was married to
Mr. Anderson a year and a half ago.
BEATRICE Harry W Cosad and Miss
Julia Wagner were married here yesterday
afternoon. My. V. U. Brown orrtclailrig
iney left on an afternoon train for Call
fornla, where they will make their home.
LYONS John Newell, a prosperous youn
farmer living west of Lyons, was marric
to Miss Dora Brown, the daughter of Mr
and Mrs. G. W. Brown. The marrlag
took place at the Brown home in Lincoln
BEATRICE Major Phelps Inspected
Company J here last evening In he
marculug order. All equipment of the
pomps ny was also Inspected. The mfcjor
will Inspect the Wymore company Thurs
BEATRICE Emll Kaufman and Miss
Hannah Schwarta, both of this city, were
married last evening at the Herman Baptist
huroh, rtev. Kllnrheil ornclatlng. They
will make their home In Codar Rapids, la.
BEATRICE The hlgli mark for land was
reached here yesterday, when John Connor
or Hamburg, la., purcnaseci the iw-acre
farm of tieneral L. W. Colhf. a mile south
west of the city, for $.13,000, or $3U0 per
acre. The farm Is well Improved.
WYMORE While on the way to school
Helen Hlrmon, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tony Hlrmon, was struck on the
nose by a brick thrown by some boys. The
nose was smashed and an operation was
necessary, several pieces of bone being re
moved. NEBRASKA CITY-Word has been re
ceived in this city of the death of Dr. P.
B. Draper at Kansas City, Mo. He was
born and reared In this city and was a
leading physician. He was the eldest son
of Dr. J. W. Draper, one of the pioneer
physician of this section.
FREMONT George M surer, a pressman
on the Tribune, died this morning of
tomach trouble at the age of 42. He served
In the Nebraska National Ou.trd In the
Sioux Indian campaign of December, 1890,
contracting rheumatism - frora : whloh he
ever fully recovered. He leaves a widow
and seven small children.
BEATRICE Two weddings occurred at
Wymore yesterday. In the morning at 8
' ciock at Kt Mary a catnonc church Sam
uel L. Bates and Miss Clara Marin Mark-
wart were united Irr marriage and at
o'clock In the evening Claude B. Scott and
Mips Florence K. Wilson were Joined In
wedlock. Mr.. Bates apd -Mr. Scott are
employed by the Burlington at that place.
REPUBLICAN CITY The District Pun-
day School convention was hold here yes
terday at the Methodist Enlscnnal church.
The convention was well attended and ex
cellent reports came rrom all the schools.
The Republican City, Sunday school Is tho
banner school, having an average at
tendance of 140 pupils. Mr. Brown Ulfford
was district superintendent and Miss Lora
Smith was director of the music.
BROKEN BOW At the annual meeting
of the stockholders of the Security State
bank yesterday, a new board of directors
waa eleoted, who In turn elected the fol
lowing officers: W. A. -George, president;
Jules Haumont, vice president; L. H. Jew
ett cashier, and Ross Pickett, assistant
cashier. Cashier Jewett savs the bank Is
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KEARNEY Kearney people have had
the pleasure of seeing some real building
going on in the last few days. Contractor
Schuler of Reno, Nev., Is building the
postofflce building and the Catholic church
at the same time and Is crowding the work
to his utmost. Kearney contractors are
notnd as the slowest to be found anywhere
and some of them are learning something
by having an outsider come In an teach
them how to work.
KEARNEY The Northweet District Den
tal association banqueted Its members last
night at a local cafe and following the
feast several papers were read by the
tnothDullers and a Question box was oDened.
Then they adjourned to the Owl club rooms
ana held a short Dusmess session, ap
pointing several new commltteee and
electing Dr. Wallace Phillips of Hastings
as secretary. The session closed today
with a lecture on "Cavity Preparations."
by C. E. Woodbury, and chair demonstra
tions by Dr. Chamberlain or Oothenberg
and Dr. Ferrel of Coiad.
BROKEN BOW James Keenan. aged 92
years, residing on his farm one mile east
of Broken Bow, died Tuesday night of
blood poisoning resulting from the prick
of a sandburr. Mr. Keenan was born In
Ireland In the year ISIS and came to this
country when a boy. For many years he
resided In the city of Philadelphia and was
friend of the great philanthropist.
Stephen Glrard. The body will be taken
to Imogene, la., where Mr. Keenan's wife
Is burled. Mr. Keenan, who was probably
the oldest man In the county, and a de
vout Catholic, Is survived by four sons,
three of whom reside here.
TABLE ROCK October L' a young fel
low, apparently 20 to 21 years old ar
rived here, registering-at the Marble hotel
as "Ray Carney, Wlmore." He was quite
genteel In appearance and after dinner
went to the store of W C. Fellers, desir
ing to purchase a hat.1 He gave a check
on the Odell bank, which, he' said, had
been sent him by his 'brother. The check
was dated September 27. 1909, and given by
Charles Russel to Willie Rnssel, which
he claimed was his name. He Indorsed
the check, whloh was for $10, with the
name "Willie RuRsel" and went on his
way, after receiving his change. Today it
developed that the check came, back dis
honored, with the news that no suoh party
was known at Odell. . ,
Dynamite Wrecks Bnlldlnga
as completely as coughs and colds wreck
lungs. Cure them quick with Dr. King's
New Discovery. Wo and $1.00. Sold by
Beaton Drug Co.
PRISONERS REMANDED TO IOWA
Men Arrested In Seattle Most Face
Trial for Connection with
SEATTLE, Oct tl. In the United States
court today an order was Issued for the
transfer to Iowa of Ole Marsh, alias Joe
Carroll; Bert R. Shores, alias Bert Warner
and Wynn S. Harris, indicted in Nebraska
and Iowa on a charge of using the malls
to defraud. The men are suspected of
being associates of James Mabray In
alleged swindling ventures.
MeConn Pleada Not Gnllty.
PIERRE. S. D., Oct ' 21- (Special Tele
gram.) Isaac McCoun, who Is charged with
the murder of William Toney and Charles
Simpson of Sioux City near Kadoka, Stan
ley county, last summer today In the cir
cuit coi.rv of that county entered a plea
of net guilty. While the trial may come
up at the present term It la likely that a
continuance over the term will be asked
for. McCoun'a relalves live at Washta, Ia.
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Fights for Girl
Young Man, Sentenced for Forg-ery,
Makes Futile Effort to Sare
NEW YORK. Oct 21.-When Ralph II. S.
Whitney, a well-appearing young man,
came up for sentence on a forgery charge
today his attorney surprised the court by
declaring that his client belonged to a well
known Boston family and had once been
private secretary for President Taft '
Nevertheless Whitney was sentenced to
five years' Imprisonment, and Grace Mald
hof, who said she came from California,
was given three years for the same crime.
Both had confessed. Whitney addressed
the court for an hour on the girl's behalf,
but In vain.
BANDITS ATJ3AY IN NORTH
Men Who Robbed Wlnrossla Bank
Ran to Cover and Stand Off
MINOCQUA, Wis.. Oct. 21. The bandits
who dynamited the Bank of Mlnocqua yes
terday, getting several thousand dollars,
are at bay near Bradley. A telegTam ask
ing for reinforcements was received here
this morning and additional armed men
are on their way to Bradley.
MANITOWOC, Wis., Oct. 21. Bank rob
bers, believed to number three, robbed the
R edsvllle State bank last night or early
today and obtained $fi,500 In cash and ne
gotiable papers. They then stole a horse
and carriage from a farmer and escaped.
Don't be afraid to gtv Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy to your children. It la per
Inspector Closes Jftotel.
CONCORDIA, Kan., Oct. 21.-(Speclal.)
State Food Inspector John A. Klelnhans
of Topeka Is here, coming In last night
from Haddam, Kan. The Inspector reports
to his department, the State Board of
Health, Department of Foods, the closing
of the Commercial hotel, Haddam, Kan.,
and the Traver restaurant, Cuba, Kan.
Foley's Honey and Tar clears the air
passages, stops the irritation In the throat
soothes the Inflamed membranes, and the
most obstinate cough disappears. Sore
Inflamed lungs are healed and strength
ened, and the cold la expelled frora tha
ayatem. Refuse any but the genuine In
the yellow package. Sold by all druggists.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21. Forecast:
For Nebraska and Kansas Generally fair
Friday and Saturday.
For Iowa and Missouri Fair Friday;
Saturday, partly cloudy..
For Colorado Partly cloudy Friday and
For Wyoming Partly cloudy Friday and
Saturday; cooler In south and east por
For Montana, North and South Dakota
Partly cloudy Friday and Saturday.
For Oklahoma and Arkansas Fair Fri
day and Saturday.
Temperature at Omoha yesterday; '
fi a. m 60
6 a. m 49
. 7 a. m 4a
8 a. m -.
9 a. m 64
10 a. m 58
11 a. m tut
12 m 68
1 p. m 70
2 p. m 71
t p. m 72
4 p., m-.rv-. '2
5 p. m....t... ',,..,. 70
4 p. m. .'.'.- 68
7 p. n;......'....,.k' 6
8 p. m 64 I
p. m 61
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA, Oct. 21. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding period of the last three
years: 1909. IS". 1W7. UkW.
Maximum temperature .. 72 63 63 68
Minimum temperature .. 48 60 37 43
Mean temperature HO 64 M) M)
Precipitation .00 T .00 .37
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and compared with the last two years:
Normal temperature 61
Excess for the day 8
Total since March l..i 141
Normal precipitation 07 inch
Deficiency for the day 07 inch
Precipitation sine March 1 24.68 Inches
Deficiency since March 1 ..2.02 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 190S.. 2.22 Inches
Deficiency for cor. period, 1807.. 6.96 Inches
Reports from Stations at T P. M.
Station and State Temp. Max. Rain
of Weather. 7 p. m. Temp. fall.
Bismarck, cloudy 42 62
Cheyenne, cloudy 53 fiti
Denver, part cloudy
Kansas City, clear
North Platte, clear ,
Rapid City, cloudy.....
St. I.ouls, clear .........
St. Paul, cloudy
Halt Lake City, clear..
Valentine, part cloudy.
Li A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
standard of purity and excellence for fifty
delicate women and sickly children. It
a promoter of health and longevity; makes
low fevers, stomach troubles and all wast
vigorous and have on your cheeks the glow
Whiskey regularly, according to directions?
and purifies the entire system. It Is rec
Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. T.,
free advice, ' "
' iiica "
Choice of everl hundred suits
Juvenile and Double-breasted
Knickerbocker styles (many with
Z pair knlckcrbockera, in a variety
of colon god fabric ranging from
Blue gergeg to light mixtures
particularly well tailored. Sold
all over the country at $5.00 our
price for Friday and Saturday
We advise an early selection, for
their unusual attractiveness will
cause the assortment to rapidly dim
inish. About a dosen styles are
shown In window No. 1.
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FISH DEPARTMENT -
Fresh Kbrrlng, per lb 10c
Bull Heads, per lb 15c
Crapplea, per lb 17 He
Fresh No. 1 Trout, per lb. . 14c
Strictly fresh White Fish. lb. 18c
Fresh Pike, per lb 15c
Also a full line of strictly fresh
caught black bass, smelts, salmon,
halibut, cat fish, native mackerel,
blue points, seal shlpt oysters, etc.
ONE OF OUR COMBINATION DINNERS, PRICE ...30
In Oar Restaurant on Second FlkA Every Day Different.
" 1 Bean Soup, Country Style , . ... . ,.
Boiled Corned Beef and Cabbage r-or Filet of Sole an Vin Blano or
Fried Pork Cutlets, Breaded, Cream Gravy
Suocotash , Mashed Potatoes ' :''
Pudding, Caramel Ice
Bread and Butter
Prevails at the Great Piano Sale Now
in Progress at the Corl Piano
Warerooms 1615 Farnam St
Never before has there been so
many high class and beautiful pianos
offered at so low prices and terms,
but it is a matter of compulsion on our
part, we must bare the room. Our
loss is your gain. WE ARE MAKING
many substantial friends each day. It
is a great triumph for the beautiful
CORL PIANO. It has proven a favor
ite among musicians and those who
appreciate art together with the high
est class material and workmanship
money can produce. We propose to
make the CORL a household name.
Therefore, invite everybody to pay us
a visit and, hear and see one of the
most wonderful pianos made in the
United States, and at the same time
CORL PIANO GO.
Frank Duck In charge.
li!o pop FailyreG
m ip&igafteci Land
Enormous Yields and Good Profit Assured
, When You Own a Farm in the Growing
Co 8e The. Country ' y-;'
UIMIOII . IP ACiFTIC
"Tho Snfo Road to TruvaV
Low Homooockoro' Faros
, ' ' ' : 'In Effect "..-'
On the First and Third Tuesday In November, 1009.
For Information Relative to Ratea, Routes, etc., Call on or Address,
City Ticket' Office, 1324 Farnam Bt., Omaha,' Nebraska.
. h.onee Ball, Souflaa ltasj a&4 Xndepea&rat, A.-S331.
Liquor Department Specials .
$1.26 Cocktails, per bottle . . .75c
$1 Fresh Claret, per bottle . .75c
Straight Whiskey, full qt . . .Oo
Old Smuggler Scotch whiskey, per
Lotus Brand, straight, 8 years old
whiskey for medical purposes,
per 'qt. .91.00
Free One gallon of wine with
each gallon of $4.00 whiskey.
Apple, Prune or Cranberry Sauce
by purchasing from the manufacturers
direct enables you to seoure one of
these remarkable Instruments at or
near what dealers must pay for them.
We own and operate store In many
of the leading citlea of this country,
thus giving our patrons at all times
a full and complete line to select from.
Would It not be well to select that
Christmas Piano now? We'll deliver
it any time you wish. Among today's
offering will be a beantitnl, new, up
right of latest pattern t $140.00. Wa
have a few. slightly used and second
hand pianos left at prices so ridicu
lously low that they will move . at
once. Don't fall to. take advantage of
this opportunity. Everything is or
dered sold. Open evenings during sale.
1615 Farnam Street
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