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THE EEE: OMAHA. TTE.SDAT. XOYEMBEP ru IW.
LN-CRAME AGE.Nh lESliH
dsn Cited .Ther- Loaat are Promis-d
to Ot Lasuxince.
TZZZl AUTHCEITT SCTC-HT
i aft Ianrip eeaa tlie
flad Pr Idad Te-v If. a Go.d
Ci)i ii In Twa rmpaair
Staff Cm i mrioTiO
LINCOLN. Tnv 3 . Spedai. n an
w ea to mntnnni ieeoed hv State A irtltor .
Bartxm nnmher of insurance agents o
pHrat todttr to anewer cer-am affiilnvts
to th. effect that tHe a-rr-nis Bad mierTe
nwntM farts In order to wte Insurance.
The agema appealing were-. E. C Wt
delL swoeral agent of the Parker-1 L.Te
of Llnpom: Elmer Orr. J. B. "pees and ;
A. Aaaowskl. while the following sum- '
moned did ant appear: J. W. Hawk. H.
H. P'.timt, Kjtt D. CotTon. J. T. Alters. ;
T. M. nmi'a nd Z. F. M'er.
K developed early In the hearing that !
the object of the tirtltor to wur 1
from th. agents Winhf they hail hi- j
thm-ty from th. company officers to 'In
what they had inn and to offer loans i
in ortar to aerur Inminm-e. and a.w. i
wbather the Tjrara, the aa-ent iihr.w-d the -
in i mMtT cuKtomer had the endor--j
roent of th. eomnany.
Mr. WooddeiL hw aeneral a-ent of the
Bankers' Life of Lanenln. tesured that
he had authority from the raimpany to
mua loans aa an Inducement to writing
In en rani and the other airenta who
worked for W-MMldell aa.d they had nu
thorttT from Weoddotl to taae appilca
tlons for loans aa an inducement to get ,
Inauranoa. Th. agents admitted that in
flamrmir what tha pn ley would he worh (
at a ewrtain ami they included the eati-
Th. affdav-t. wsrt pr-trticailr of the
same nann-a, tha aent had ared to
rr s loan from the company provtdina;
th. party wan tin ; the loan would take out ,
a aertain amount of Ufe insuranra. Tha
most strtkinv affldat waa made by
Rohert M. Touns; of Girn county, who .
followed It up In person and t-stlf!ed. Mr
Toung said Wooddeil had agreed to furnish
him a loan of Bi'.Wo providing Toung wou;d
taica out a policy for T15.ti. surrendering
at th. bum tim. a C- pulley on which
eight payments had been madn. In addi
tion Mr.. Young was to pay interest an
nually act th. loan. Hia total payment waa
to amount to 46. Of this IMS. i was to
b. premium paymHota and his interest he
to amv. hi. mnrgrage cancelled with- ;
out any further payments. Should ha dis , Hv. Joei A. Van A.nda. the dedication serv
In th. meantime his estate would raceivs ice was read by Presiding Elder Moses F.
th. amount of th. policy Ci.n'H j ahinn of Oma-ia. and the sermon was by
Mr. Tjuna: said ha was perfectly satisfied Rev. tluilbert Del-amatyr of Oman a. Dr. I
with th. loan, providing he ever got it. but Ii. Smith of this city was a a-iiste. at tiuu
that at Una Urn. he had oniy a receipt J cm. and still hums the same posatiun.
fro mthe company for his r.rwt premium, j
H. said if th. company would give aim a j CkaiaerUUa Jarwr III.
oontraot that ha oouid aacur. his loan of I BEATRICE. Neb., Nov. 3. i Special T
Ci.i y March 1 and hav. it paid in ten 1 "I-ram.) A new move was made in the
ywara. as th. aent agreed, h. would b. ' Chamberlain caj-a today when the attor
aatiaflBd. j neys ftir tlia ex-banknr of Tecumseh moved
"Tau will get your money ail right that it be taken away from the Jury and
March 1, interrupted Wooddeil. "Th. com- 'diamiiieed on the grounds that the staie
pany will do what I aaid tt would."
"WTI! your company take the policy at
th. and of the ten years In lieu of the ,
mortgtig.. asked Auditor Brown.
Palaavw Firaailaet Laaa.
T am not sura that It would." replied
i E. Palmer made affidavit that he had
taken insurance ta th. amount of CTL-Xa on
members of hia family. He was to get a
kian of CS.iUL At th. end of six and une
haif years he swore he waa to have his
loan paid and receive in cash some O.
Wooddeil said the affidavit waa substan
tially eurreot. except that th. cuntract was
to ran ten years Instead of six and one
haif. Palmer said his note was to draw
no interest, but after signing it some one
had written in 8 per cent. This Wooddeil
denied, saying th. interest was written In
before th. not. waa signed.
Ajrent. who were called upon said in
very oas. the insured party had been sat
ixflad' and. the trouble had arisen because
agent, mt other eompantea. partlcuiar-y the
Wldwest Life of Lincoln, had tried to tell
th. Insured that they had been "stung."
Th. notaries public who attested the affi
davits tn several Instances. Mr. Wooddeil
aid, wer. agents of th. Widweat Life.
In a few lnatancea. h. said, tha persona
jiaamg th. affidavit, could not read and ;
had buaa, imp awl upea by other agents I
r thoaa who put them up to making the
It waa apTretrt throughout the hearing '
that th. auditor waa andeavorin. tn hav.
th. agenta say whether they wer. ean-vm- "-lva-out
tn-tmctlon. of th. company office, a j ' ch"tM f '"" bu u" P
Thla was admlrted by th. agonta. None ""'f Ml fr B-""-"" recovery.
, ! Robinson aays he allot hia wife because
at th. hearing. Auditor Eartun will pass
n thai aaa. tomorrow.
Csaaiaa Sta aa Haaa.
Senator ReynoHla lia, and Senator Cof-
fey. Bau hot a from Chadron were her. to- j Thtt ot a sh.pnard. wu,
day try?- to Induce members of the State 1 Jiei ,uJdBiy uf neUirt fiu)ur, w , hum
Nortmad hoard to locate that normal schou . Arlington. Neb.. Friday, will be heid
at Chadron. Both tnaieted that no piace at the hum. Tuesday at I p. m. Inierm.nt
tn Saiwaaka. waa ao fit for the new school. ! w:u be in iioM Hill cemetery. C!u.
Th. Ndhraaka Telephone oumpany in
anawar to th. aampiaint of W. R. Patrick
tliat tt Will not furnish him a telephone ' ..nd over to the district court Way m
at th. regular rate, said tt would. Patnc-k. j uie aim uf JUa on th. .Ma-ae ef aaaau.t
tha companr aaid. wanted a two-party line , ir.g Otho Laniey with a pitchfork. He
trlephona fur C a month and as lie Uvea ave bind and was reieate-il.
on. and threa-fourtha miles from South I - .
Omaha and oouid not get some one to
laae th. oih tM eon one. a two-party line '
could nut be furnished him. The company
offered ta put him on a line With t.-n others
May c cnCieZiru'Aj cvcxccmw
try pasK.T'.i afe n&V&v.cs-si1-eacs,4
VMs liAv, scfticll as.5ajria.e TU-tua
uj bft lad isv-i. jVv
kaafl kax tUetAJL.CtftiwUiij
wua vuvtlI or. issvit
sri.ax-mJ c stvi 'ih.'p.uiu.'niX
jUTUi3ael.wi)-l icYail fo.-
t fd a. actaiUM. ef a&eBSMt). !a Oaaw,
Pic Syruj Co.
firm tr. hut h) does not suit the
la.or. en the mr .d.
Gnmar a II. to ttat.
The fwn TMr-uish Regent Cnup-
and. a special ciimmulp with 3ir ', u
.. has bought of 'irTTMjr Sua.ienbenrr
? jr hor-hur-is. paying tha-ftir. B.u
Tha an una. a wil be uil for instruction
Tftaa ytmm mt L l.c-elw.
Insurance Cnmtr.inmiiniT Thomas B. Love
f Ttj wu a maie house visitor tooay
and spent a.,m. time listening to the hear
ing in rhe mwr.txaam aaa.net agents of
t:ie Banker L.fe of Lincoln. Mr Love
is a U.stHiur-.an and hua made good in
Txaa during the lajt ten y-r to tie
tit-nt of hav:n been eiecTed wraJ tim
to tii ie-.iaiurB. jfrr.m aa speaker jf
th huuiw and now an .njturance cmm.
sioner. He la talked nf fr ?nv-ii.r uf
that state, hut aaid today he waa not a
cardidiue anl w jiud nut be.
f?iarie E;iia uf 1 eruinwu haa been ap-
pinntnd al;utact at the" inildiers' iinnie ai
'irand Inland in pia-e of Ji Mtiraw
who -aiked iUtiiit kia rhief. and aa let
out. W. T. Putt of Fairmont haa been
avpiini?d pnysician a; the HuUnita
iS iiiin Ji piate of Lir jKiKnn, who re
sisned to rneuine hi pracm e at Haat!nif3.
3 th w!i -BH 'h-tr pia-!i December 1.
Car nitaatittai ta 9tra.
he foliowinf aia:metit snow tha cai
rn .Nwinnlti ftir twnlv-ftiur-
hllur enulna- 4 p. m.. Novamuer H.
il8 ctmimli wua Mmm .n uf previous
....... nj. -ia
aa. . i.a 2.
Cr.n to-k loaded
f-.mpty Mt-i-.a iul-s on tit
Ti.yu -a cari orowf-d for
' r 'titier material uiH.led. .
empty irix -.. on haiio
um cars orter-d for .oaUintl.
rClil.1T tii.kih A.111VER.1ABI
XefkoalMt. Rejote. tlwr F.rry Inn'
Ellurara mt aoeietr.
I FREMONT. Neb., Xov. 3. pedal, j
i Tha M-t.luuiHt church of this city cele
brated uie fortieth anniversary of tne ded
ication uf ta first church building today.
apMiiu swr-.lrea were neid Una evemn-,
, pnnc-.pa.lT- in charge of laymen. Mr. R
3. ScHueider presided and there wer. ad-d.-e!-aes
by Rav. Jacob Adriance, J. H
Bader and Mrs. Fannie Baiding.
I Tha Methoiiist cnurch of this dty was
uriraniked October a. iiT, and though a aite
for a building waa Becurd m 1MB non. waa
erected unui nina years iatar. Plans were
adopted ftir a large and commodious edi
fice, which, with various alterations and
additions, is still its pi ace of worship.
Forty years ago the cnurch had but thirty
five members, and todav it numbers 5(0.
It appears from the dedication program of
forty years ago that the building was are-
MntKil tur dllcation by th. then pantor.
had fa. led to produce evidence to sustain
the charges. Judge Tra .is took this mat-
ter under adviHement until tomorrow. Juror
'Thomas Bigiey is ai of typhoid fever and
the court will be asked tomorrow to dis
miss or continue tha cm a. until th. juror
Call Aid ta Sink Metkcr.
BRIDGEPORT. Neb.. Nov. 3. .Special.)
The wild outcry of children in th. Shank
man lunch roum early this morning at
tracted paasersby and on investigation it
was found that Mrs. i-hankman was in a
critical conditlun. She soon recovered- Kar
husband. John Shankman, disappeared a
few days ato and an. feared he had de
serted her and the children. Yesterday
an. was in Alliance searching for him.
but could learn mulling as to his when,
Taarwbara- Adalnaa ta Bail.
NELIGH. Neb.. Nov. 3. (fc'peciaL)
Illllim Welfh WAa r V.i'h rn neae .He
wnBr,.n p Thomberg. through his
attorneys, petitioned to be reins ard on !
bail pending hia trial in th. district ooun j
in a enarg. of snooting and killing A. G. j
Rakow. After hearing th. arguments the ,
judge decided that Justice would not b.
vtuiated by admitting th. prisoner to bail
and the bund waa fixed at Cjoft.
Hoolaauaa "till Allva.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Nov. 3 - Special Tel-
"fram-' Fred T. Robinson and wife of
1"ncoln- wno dangerously shot yos-
h. thought she Belonged to tha Black
Hand society, which ha feared would do
Fhaaaral af I B. arpaarc,
A RT .""CftT'lV Veh -C... . o i ,
taatji-r Inaaa Over.
BE-VTRi."E. Nh.. Nov. 3. .te-cial Tsl
gram. Andrew Spanjer of Courtiand aaa
webraaaa. .wa tttem.
BEATRICE The H-year-oid son uf H. M.
nartns or Aila.nn was nicked oy a 'lorse !
uul suffered a fractured aau.L It
iiiouutit He will recover.
sl.TTON Edgar GroaenaiUL the is-vtar-.
old -in ot Mr and Mrs. J. F. iir .e.'iian '
it York, died in a lu.apital at Neuaiau 1
fiiro e. M.i.. and the boay was brought aer- i
tor bur:.. (
i TECi:M.SEH The body of J..nn Man-I
'der-, the Teiuinien man who w.ta acciaem- .
'ail" anot ia.-t n:ii.-it. was tiroutiit to tiia i
j Home mini ourr. uear wtiere t o- aceideui
j.Kiriirreo. The funeral wae heia Unlay.
I PUTT.-ili I "TH Herman Best or naa re-
-ei- ed nui.i ti.at Jaines i-orter. furmer'y a :
j r-Hi0ent of trim uouniv ami a uauiliua.r '
: r ir governor in :. was accidentally a.ued I
jmy wnu. naui.ng near uis num. in!
j i-.tiATmi-E Henry S. F-edaam. fir;
many yttri euipioyeii wnn Woi:.ai-ti a cloiii- j
i tru uit new, m oigHii.aiug a .m-k com-
uany and will ie..oi ouen a .arjitt ciotiong j
j riouee m th. oiuoiing uj tie vacauxl by 1.
cliavkeL LUL aiitMs deaier. j
I UEATRii ii The taamg of tvetimony in i
the 'i.amlerriaiu cam. waa nt raum-d I
; .etiemay until il o clock, uumg to Wi. ui- i
) iris I Thunuts bm. ei a iuir. n re-
i maiutei in in r.x antil ci.ait adioiii-ntni !
! n the evening. He ia resumed 4UiL uL
i PlATTiiM( ITH Mra. H rman Str-et- !
j we-te-r. aao at v eara. was Laaeo au:a
I tir riome in mm ciiy Sunday m.imiug
1 o ooK-a a'ld paused .way at a. in. The !
I oe-ea.-ti h survived bv a iiuei.uiU and :
. uir chiiaren. two aa-itft.tcrs and or.c ...n. j
j i:"..iTT-a. .("TH In ouur.ty uouit St- I
i ilr.ta,- le-f..na J-ioge H rm .a. ocai d i
c..a ,.f tne ataia af.numt i harira .Veu:,
no wu cnaiiti d wua if e ao.aoonrr.e. t i
t!i. aire tMung th. aa .inter of J. i" Y ,ra. !
. :i. .tuiin L.uu.l N.-..tn over ui rh ais-
, imi ciun ai.a placed ma bund at fit.
S i ll 'N'-At immai-uiale Concepi!,.::
jotiuren Hv l A. i-umuoy ma. rM-d Jtt-ee
i--r: ?ii.nr to -i.liert rette,i Thuriia.
At tn. nome of Mr. a;id Mra. Henry bren:n
iulia A- a unites in niarrag
u Uaa Cora ecsstir uf Cvciaua, j. fcev
Mr F ? unit- t In mai id itr. Puiim
i- ier :;( r ).r-Ftiif Sorr TTey wiil r
R. -..M-i,,. , The hoilmn. .
j.i miiran-(i and uiere are ea.d
to e vr-. '..iiiiiNtml lu..ar n ;mwiurd
i:iun) iMJt.'tanuine and the iiamlst.ea are
.'iin--a'---i...v :n -xceea 'if tne aaaeta Mr. I
' nitnt., k iaa 1 ne an eUfiiHiv ouaineea. j
bt:t on n-Hvi- xyrnw. j
'TllvllH- rnn;B Hatch, far xttne Ume t
n:n:it lu-hiTm.i at v. -.:nr. haa been re- J
Ti""-I ""' ila.-'T Ra''i n:a hera-.iaw The'
mrr-iiK:;ie cumintiniit tnat uier w not !
r,-e:v.iig tne r pmieruon a;a.n ,
who r -cent. 7 'in' r:y barney
:n l.i uul ,me ofr.uer
''"TH 1-- K'.'-zm c -u-h,n
"4-ardav nu- v . ... i " 'i
:i.r.f. ri-r hii-hatd )rrif.t hfr -m
T'iv- "r M,i and hitfn.v re?DeetM
'LT?, i-i.'" ."'"I ae
'inite-l n iiia:-ia-" to Nathan cnuaae. she
. Hiiry:vd by :,.ur ctii.drn.
T' rv.-v At a mtiti of the Tork I'nrn
mHr"" uli. a r!iisiniin u atli.ptd.
uia.ntc Uie mner of Tjrit ooera nmut
4i.i ii -"tale f.':r:ri.!. to f Liial Driur
if the torn Loin.
mnmul nuin. tmai i ,nut ni: from wu-
-i.i.- n-.iiu.aj, wouia
oiier means of -at-ap.n.
ADAM.-- The N-fT.apa Pouit-r aseof-'a-
f.on noaed i,e mrW ,L. a, ! 7damT-'rt
lav merit ana wan one ..f me mint prtw-
-a-i ii aiia.n or tne
It ita. vmihI ,o hiMii .ii.
A.iamK Theee ,,i-r-er-i -x-r" ..--T.i rv-
oient VV c. Foster uf Adams: v ce pr-el-
nit-Ill - n. Or!.ie of r ll i -- w.m.
-ry E. W. .'ampoeU of Adam,.: trasur-r
A. 3. Mincha-i of .H iarr.s. e'lDer-ntendent.
John H. 'iVo.fe of Tecumseh.
TORK-The ieeue of tiie T irk Repuh-
h"-.:" .j,"-trr"upr1.. nd .?.. .b- "L
.. .eii.is oi tne .ate iiiam c.
L"'"1- firmer .-u:tor. ae a memento of
a citisen who ur.tirir.giy rave a.l ni energy
.a tne publishing of one of the o-st country
--..fcija. iu me niiriL ana ausineHS
"Y'wta of rim. wo ,iiei wth t:ie har-ies
- -mi tnu i:uniiiini on
new, ,t-ms puiuimm t.n.rty yean, nun a-st
ii-Hiie :n tiie l rn ili-pubilcaa were
written bv hie hand
TF"tT-u itrt; t-m:. ... .. .
itLtiith V oiarn LoHteho died un-
-xpe tetli- at nis iiome :n "sta.tniB oounty
Saturday afternoon. Ke tooa his -an and
inTil mn.nllJi: ""VV "
bd. and hot appiiitations wre put to his!
knee to relieve him of pa.n. He sa.d tie '
Ui" "gntt'hr'.um'be'ex-.lnnBr j
expressing the belief he would men go to '
sieep. In a !ew moments his groanB caused j
pir-d I wHil a wo"' Mr. Sln" wia I
a-Bd 4i years ami mng:e. The hofiv i
? "e brn,1f h? to thB nme if his hrotner.
taeen to Julian, where the funeral was i
neid. the parents of the deceased being in- i
twrr-d at Julian.
Tita Bay. Prniaiitlna.
-eb.. Nov. 3. (Sneciai.) r.uthee
M. Oversrr-et. a farmer Yar county boy, j Father Carrtgan himself read to bis eon
baa been promoted from lieutenant to ' sTegarion the formal III it Inf. rf Him aTKim.
Ueutenant commander and according to '
iu"un8,t)n dlspatchua will have charge
or command of one of the new dread- i
naugsta. The promotion was earned by !
reason of the best . c-.ird aa an uffictr :
and best record at target practice. The
rapid earned advance of Lieutenant Com- i
ia gratifying ta his I
CEFCT OFFICER LP AGAINST
A REAL MAD MOUNTAINEER
R. Vaaaarea ta Eaeaae Allva. Taaaajk,
aaal la wM Badly
OfTicer Charles Pool, on duty at TTnion
nation, found himself up against a r-al
mountaineer soon after th. morning trains
from the east had rolled into the train
Gilmer Cox, hia wife, his mnther-tn-law.
two sons and rwo daughters approached i
the policeman, defiance in their eyas.
"The conductor put us off the train." i
sa.d Gilmer. "Down in tha V.rgima moun-
i. ve: a uuiiet in a man for leas
than that. We re gtimg to Wyoming to run
a farm aad we can't afford to be delayed
this way. They toid us that we wouldn't
nave to change cars at ail and here we are
:n a strange c:ty and dun t know how tn
get to Wyoming."
Then be exhibited a letter from the sta
tion agent for th. Norfolk . West Virginia
railroad at Lana, Va., aaking that the j
family be given every attention on the !
journey. Gilmer said lie couidn t read tha
letter himaeif, but. on. of his daughters
had learned it by heart. She couidn t read
About noon Coxe reported to ie police
man that hia two sons were lore One is 3
rara or as ana the other two years nes. wer. killed and f. ft ean injured so
younger. .badly that several will dl. in a wreck of
"They went outside the station about an a work train on the Great Northern rail
hour ago and I know they re lost." said i way between Vancouver and Westminster
the father. "They haven't any business I eariy today. The train left Vancouver
around a city anyway. Lika
nut they ,
nave been run over by a car or held an. i
They've never been in a
1 .' ui-iura
The big West Virstuiau inisti that tha
policeman begin a search for his lust boya
About 1 o dock they stro.led into the at-
non with a glowing account of the big
buildings and the automobiles. The father
emoraoed them both and the mother am-
n raced them and cried over tiiwa Tha
1Bn ur ru- LUU- anu " did then- grand- 1
Don t you feilows leave my sight again." ;
-ou stay her. wita
Diamunda FRENZial 15th and Dodge,
SALOCN MEN AGAIN HIT
ey rri V rt neiw I , 1
fcl leenll LLJl!iJ LJ .V
(barlea H. stiller, aad ttehlita
'"-- .1 sell-
lag Beer After Haara.
Two additional complaints charging lo-.-1
sa.oon men with vimaung the S o'clock
cioKing law have liet-n sworn out by
Harrv A. Sione of the Anii-Sa..on lewgrie
Charles H. at.llers. a ho aaa acquitted in
pn ii-e court Jixt week on the charge of
veiling liouor after s o riot k on the night
of Novemov-r i. is now ii-ruwni of viuia
f.ng the law by aeiling beer after S o'-tiock
on the ni:.t of urtolwr T. Stillers ap
peared In court Moiiuiiy ind his examina
tion was -t for Friday
The second compuiint is ah-aitmt J. J.
Ph.llun of tiie" Si tiiltz hotel har. whith
.'ontiuns live counts, p'ulhin has not been
The l&m ae'U-nat J. J. Su.Uvan. another
if the t.i.ioi men. eet for Monday was
put ovtr .mill We.in.-a.1uy because of the
aiiaetica of uis atiuTiey.
Si-reary sluue. who is pushing the
laes ..aiiist the a.leg.-d ilouor law vtoia
ors. aaysi n a uy no .-iieRmi dlacouraired
it tiie fllla to
convict eitner Stiliers
r Green, out tli:.t. un the contrary, the
ri.ht would : a-yed even alronger. The
Ke.-.o- he a"s. haa pienir of alleged vta
ations an.inet Ai ot t:ie ii.n.in men auti
he moment one ca-- is tiismined another
iifortnAiion til be fjed.
Deaprraitf eboatl at.
pams in the client require imi-g D--atment
ith Dr BLng a New r,isaivr' Prevents
jteunKiii.iL and K ti. ?r ailia b
a.aioii Drug Co.
sed law. kanur 111.
CHARLES CITY. Ia.. Nov. 3 Special
Telegram. A. H F Hildreth. th. oldest
-ditor in the state of Iowa, is lying er!t
ca.ly Ui at hut hunia hare.
iKOi STILL IN NEW YORK
Bmtier Israel Statement, bat Dtjes'vtx met diwrr : mnir' piee.
3Tot Gire Vher-abonti.
Jlu3 4-3- Ui. J iUi
tt a leaillaa Dsttav
r"eaaia-ew IipUr.f Haa
FalfUIH OMiajwtlwM tw
JTETV TORI 3 -Dr Freder-rk A.
CmIi waa fuund iaet BiKht. tha ia. an au-
w- 'W" T
i broilier. W. I Cwin eayna; that tie eT-
1 Dlorr. who nrrmenmieltr rfmnrut m
Punwc :m rwterday, waa atUl In the r.. .
cinT or .New Torn recnpenitlna. He waa!
on tha rerae nf a nrrnin SMirown -.. !
h" ,:""nt na rr
"atement liaiued by 3lr. Cook fol-
Dr. Cr,k ta in tha Tlrlnirr of New T irk
tmnar to get a mm-Ji needed re. If he
Jid" t o u. Enron, then- will be
-recr .ncmn rua depamt.re. I think
- h wuna
m" rrH-nda an1 ,-Tiiica ailka should he
an.MM enouan to aijow htm to re
Un-;I hl. M.:t-, ,. -,, . "
w -u. cr: UH
0Dt r-axUn til. new.-papert. in the
-ajrt -,w days and la not --ijnalhle for
-.wlm una nav. Men is.ued by
thus, who were acting aa his spokesmen.
' "In avndlng his data to Copenhagen. Dr.
.-..i. I ..,, ...
i 1 " lail" '---
T!ie fDregolng was issued bv the ev-ili.r.
' efs brother in view of the fact that rh
doctors anuarent .,,,-
. i ;
anxiety among his friends, ieav'ng even
: Jonn R Bmdlev. his r-1-.nm.i ,., I
xied and evaet--r.f-i - .. - " - -
v-ia ib aiso
w Tork. but her exact wher-aoouta.
aa tn her husband'
caee, ha. not been
t TICSl ICTnOrf
fe 1 J
D " l J
blSnOD S Order
CuriO. ieada Order Of
ZxXQmmimicatinn at TT'-maeT
al " '1SeU
DEXTER, Colo.. Nov. 3 Dewnite rh
rarTn"J not1ce his excommunication from
:h nrh. which was read in most of the
Catholic church or r-i..e..i o.-., ,
P Carr-gan. pastor of St. Patrick s chureh
v.e. .USUs auij, 4- a .
I here, conducted services before, a large eon-
municatlon by Bishop Mat. H. then dis- .
ouased th. notice in detail, explaining
charges brought against him by Bls.on !
Ma n1 charactertxing the document aa '
til LaMt stroke uf a desperate man. con- j
mr-d by the spirit of rev-tiga against his
Fatliy Carrigan's stand in refusing to '
vacate the pastorate of St. Patrick s was
upheld by the local courts.
Imported Fighter Seriously Injured
at Mexico City Ihrriiig Ilia
MEXICO CITY. ileulT 5ra-ni
Marti nea. who la known among bullfighters '
at 'AJuiotaa." waa aeriouaiv intuned ar rh. I
bull, r.gnt here Sunday by the last I
Du!l brought into the arena. Martin ex .
picador, just from Spain, and a member
of tha troupe of Rodclfo ouano. who was. oovenant toaay. .hen ,et our most ia precedent of not attending private func-
sertoualy hurt a year ago. Tha picador waa '. oun"t"euuu" m-a 01 wea.th dufiiia his po- ! -una Pneildent Dlax at noon today ;u
iiirowtt from his horse and the infuriated i ltlon wlta referenca to evangelical Oit-B- j tended a dinner tendered to Ambassador
bull drove on. horn into th. man. who waa
who waa 1
beneath the horse, whil. th. other gored
th. fallen steed.
Clocks FRENZERntta and Dodge.
TWENTY. JAPANESE DEAD
AND MANY ARE INJURED
Wtfk Trala aa Gnat onkrra
Baa. lata Waakta Oat Calvert
VANCOf V EH. Nov. 3 Twenty Japa-
at s o clock on its wav to Sumaa. At 3a.
when within a mil. of th. dty limit, of
ew . er-ninsTer. m. rra.n ran nrn a
washed out culvert. Th. engine passed
nearly over and then sagged back and
Foreman Kant and Engineer Beatugef
Jumped, escaping Injury.
i Immediately behind the tender waa a
I Japanea. bunk car. In which thirty-five
'men lay. most hf them asleep. Th. angina
settled back until It stood almost on end
jjjj tnen t),e Japanese car waa caught and
smashed between th. enirina and -,rf-e
Ii was cut aiuarely in ha.f. One iia.f waa
I a-"rvA t4U .a-iikAti 14 aj v. 4U1U
rna.ndf r. anituiiied in on It ndci and ends
Lld fu -, tnlo the 4fuilr. TIirw Cat
slid further into th. a-aily. Three rat cars
: piied on top of ean other, wciia tha
'. oauoose remained on the tracks.
Elliln on ttllaeT engine or wth the
Japanese was a whit. man. George W.
Kemp, a commercial traveler of Van
Hovl oourer. His feet were crushed anrt h. h..
internal nmrie. W. I.
Vancouver General hospital. How he hap-
I C? -t I
;ned to he nn he rrtv.n ia a myterr to ,
"iiwav .if'r h .p '
That he Japn-ee nrt m:n. nd tint ,
f !url Tnr the naeenre of the n!"ht ex- ,
nr-nii. Had the worH T-iln not hen in the i
lne. the 'ttirem frnrn 3eatt'. for Van-
nil d net haire heen heid at New
Trtttiltirter. The owl paseencr tra.n ;
wnuitf. under rnlar tTafTTe cnnd!Cnn.
hae otit!niie4 throiich to Vhiwihtpt with- j
out topplra;. and It lnateawl of tha wirH
trjn wouirt ha-re pltineet 'nto the a-.illey I
. Makes Big Gift
AnnoTLacetfleTit 3ade of Sabstaatial
Lift far Fenxioa Fund for
HTW TC P.rC. Xo S Announcement
made from the pu.pit of ac Gorice s
i 'hurca toltt'r b th Paatur. tha Rev. Dr.
' J S' W",lan"- tnat lft "f had t"1
! rCWVd ,0?anl ' 'W f""-
! J"R "T " T"!"" c!sr-
-nm al the ana uf rr ,ir annioi- it
I .,,. ,llmnl
naina of the donor
was not made known, but h. is a man !tv
'ti( in the middies west. Thus far SMlOOb
haa been collected fur the fund, which had
ta or-gin at the etierai oonfer-n in
Richmond two years slmo.
R Fl CHSTAfi W!I I nKHI-S I
RNANCES AMD TARIFF
' ""'" WlX1 -- T.-wrtay. Tr
Kaaperwr Will H.k. Jpeerk
, BERLIN. Nov. 29 -The Hetchstag Wll
reconven. Tuesday, th. mirenr returning
to Beriln to anen the setyiun nwnnt.ir
-rla pee-h fr-.m the ihr .ne Will be da-
.lverd in the white ha.1 of the pa.aca and
!is expected to contain some utteraaning
j forecasts of Tile impenai pouey. The sea-
: sion will be comparatively nuiet. it is has-
' aeed. although tha embitterment between
a yartou. parte, growing out of Snan-
cial reform legislation is still ...tense.
' Tha sorlalists are tha oniy parr sals-
r" aim-, 'tiie
fiaane. bills wer. paused. Th. rocent bve
: eisrtiona for tha Reichstag and Ui. state
and municipal election, show that the drift
i of political tendencies la strongly toward
th socialist. Ail th. bourgeois paj1n
hav" "now11 marked w-akness befora their
i Tha deliberations In the n.inh,.
. w..., . ..a biti
expected to touch American affairs. Vari
ous points of the American tar-ff are sur
to be discussed in some form, even if no
treaty or -arif; agreement .a pr-eented for
iflcatiun. The American exhibuion in
Berlin will also certa.niy be threshed out.
the wide rang. a.lowed u,e debates
th. pan-German members are likeiv t
crtticle. th. reent declaration of Count
Bernaiorff, the German ambassador a:
Washington, of th. a.ms of German poik-y.
w!Uch amounted to renum-nMon ,.r --,e-e
RCCXEFELLE3 A5LE TO
UNITE CHRISTIAN CHURCHES
Rev. Oawaur Haywaod mt wew Turk
Say. M.araatea Ward 1. Warta.
Mare Tku Xaa.y Saw.
NEW 1 ORE, Nov .3. John D. Rocke
feller's most needed contribution to re
ligion, according to til. Rav. Mr. Gsca:
Haywood of this dty. is words, not money
Such an expression of hia. Dr. Haywood
oontenda would do more than anything !
" 10 Quit religious differences and
"tahilsh a broad bond of brotherhood.
"Rockefeller ha ih brain of Cavmar
nd uni'mited moral inruence." said the
ciwt7mo during his sermon at the Church
::am- or ona. I would await w'th con- i
fidence his answer.
"He ia th. founder of a scientific uni-
versity which propoeea to substitute scien-
r.ric, speculative philosophies and scien- jambasnadur. who retires from office next 1
tlfio hypotheses for the simple religion of Tuesday. I
faith, creating an aristocracy of scholars! i
and accentuating the imaginary gulf be- ITB.1. OFnc 1 AJu njtRCD '
rween the nch and the poor. Now let him I j
make the contribution of 108 words to the ial 9. umly Hart by Baratl.a; mt
world's religious liters rare." Aata Tire. !
CATTLE STEAMER IS OVERDUE
Day. wow niaea
m 1-eft hatlags
NEW TORK. Nov. 3. Announcement
! sine, the Hcrrera Line steamei iart Her- !
r,,ra left Santiago. Cuba, with a cargo of
cattle bound for Ponce. 'Porto Rico, where
' tt wa" rxP-t arrrve November U.
T5'" steamer, however, haa not been heard
! frnm and 11 oelieved that it haa
i foundered. The Herrera Una officials have
'. "f"t out tn" "earner Havana to search for
tht"ir m-ng vessel in West Indian water,
wru8 Cuban government haa Instructed
th" ooaat guarda to explore the coast
, Saat1 Domingo.
SPECIAL SESSION PUT CFF
1211. ula Aaaaaably Peadlaa
Cserry lias laaairy.
CHTCAiHi. Nov. 3 Governor teneen, it
waa made known tonight, will postpone
convening the general assembly in special
sesBion pending the outcome of the investi
gation of the. Cherry mine disaster. It had
barn the intention to ca.I th. special se.s-
H all-XIinutc Storc-XnlJk
iee dav nut toeg ago. man bought a oair of tr-oieer oeee that
nee-ie-l wnat eeiiel a el'ght aitve-ation. After he hl me. one of
uir ta-.tor found 'i;e a;rer-tion imrioaei-n. if a perfwt w mm to he
had. V phoned m man at hia hn'm. He wu tnaving town In a snort
tim. and diitn t tw t to i r-ir-v He -tlrtn hae. r'nie to mm- another
n"iiti"ii so w er.-,t hie mimtr to him. w ywt olot liiei wrni id say we
were too ennwlent.oiia. "ut w won't :lnw a person tn reir one of
our gur-ne-ts that d.eeTi t "t htm ?i-rt: if we csa prevent It
even though w? never expert to see him again.
What Kind of an
So much la being said about Military or Auto Coat a
that many mut lieueve they are the oniy kind to be
seen In Oman a store. but it lan't true of tins store, if
you want coneervatlveiv cut overroat, a refineu busi
neB iieiaing a-ar-r.ent. like vour tailor would mae we
hav tt rea-iy for vou rn B,p cm and your choir, m
nnf limited to on. or rwo line, either We've Blar-ka.
i xforda M'xture. and even noverty weave, in coueei i
tiv. cuts priced gently up from
SIO.OO to SoO.OO
And what most every on. kranwa daub, any other
store s variety of Miliary Coata, at
S12.00 to G3S.OO
"ton for Tuesday. December .. The prob-
' able data now la December 1.
i CHSBHT. HU Nov. aThe otironer's in-
quest into the St. Paul nun. horror will
rrumird here tomorrow. Scores of wit-
! nesis hav. been summoned. The
factory inspector will off-r evidence of the
' employmesit in th. mine of boys under agt.
j who wer. killed, and will ask the ooroaer
' to issue subpoenas for th. appearanc. of
I wltnesaea for the purpose of Inquiring Into
j a yiolatlon of the child labor law.
1 flY 1 A WITF I PeT IM TflAI
laf 1 v f-C !l I 1 ta asa aa I 111 WWaaa
EXPLODES IN FURNACE!
Lives af w ai-ee. aad Pari eat. mt Cal
raga Hawnital Iiape-rilea T
CHICAGO. Nov. Dynamite in coal is
believed to have been the cause of an ex
j Pli""i tonight in th. furnaces of the
'American hotniltal in which the llvws of
! natienta nuraes and diKnurs of the lnstltu-
tion were imperiled. The explosion wrecked
. the heating plant of th. hospital and occur
I red in the Cre box of the furnace shortly
after the janitor had filled it with a trean !
supply of coai.
I F"r following th. explosion was milckiv
! extinguished. The hospital authorities be
lieve dynamite from the coal mine waa in '
the coal and they have ordered that all i
coal in the bins be taken back by the com-
i pany from which it waa bought. j
nnc"incuT n.-7 iTTrmne
irnwiutll I Ulrti. HI I LAUJ (
DINNER TO D. E. THOMPSON I
! Kaaeeial Haaar aa.
Aaahasaadar. Wa Will Retlr.
MEXICO CITY. Max. Nov. 3. Breaking
avid E. Thompson by Governor Guillermo
! Lindav Escandon of the federal dlBtrict.
j - rhe presence of the president .a considered
Ln ur.usuai ctimpilment to the American
HA VaXNA. Nov. 3 An automohil. con-
"""" c,y1 r""ne- rr ut
juaticau Duoaecreiarv .i ia.il imrcia ixiniy.
; Director of Justice Leiaier and Mario Gar
i cia Kjhiy, th. newly appointed minister
to Mexico, was wrecked last night by the
bursting of a tire, while returning to Ha-
vana from a tt-p in th. country. Ail the
men wer. badly injured. Juan Garcia
n-,..i k... K...e u hmi,.n unrf i. .f.
. m i,e.i m.r r. ,.
fertng also from iniemai injurie
ot expected to recover.
Diamonds FREJ5ZKR IBth and Dodge.
For Nebraska Showers, warmer wea
. i.i u' . e 1 1 . . i .out, ...... .
7 y , - I a m S4 t, ,3
s'--eli iu a. m a t y a
. " Li a. m Ss 1..41
1 I p. ill Z I
fS' (V 3 p. m i I
" . dJrr P- m i
!, ASHf s 3 p. m it
I. I 7 p. m t 0
:s m M
I r: I f.m I ' n -e- -s
, a- - III netminautriinnaaaali.
V-r""N COCH a-U, a. aw-aa -waa.
5 ! t i aauaa a anal, aunt Sew g
V.!'- i 1 niZTiT" i"!"."" ditr
--C-, J il """ - " ""' - v at. VaiU
1 ll,f'Te' 1 "! Fwan aaua inn 1M,
-rC-a, e7 '
y Z'Z: 'm'
ack On Demand
THE teeth are injured mere
by neglect thaa from
any other cause. ThcrccJy
brush thera every day with
and they 'will be cleansed,
preserved and beauti
fied. It neutralizes mouth
acids and imparts purity
and fragrance to the breath.
Bast naaaaV for C0CCH3. COLDS,
uuir. suaa TilxaAX. asa i
at the hai attiim i
killiaa a mi Hjfmm a tfa. aaly fj-
t-at caa raaaa aad ta. cstatra asma.
Cn I inie.e rt - i i' p 1 1
S.te DP.TVJGISTS EA'ER Y HERI.
. .mm m IBS lafli BS
"We hitched osr
wajoa to a star.
We brociii fortii
there yoa an"
BOUOLaS za IHO. -a20
rausoca aa run aao
Pains in tKe
which streak up bianum th.
anuuUiers or rhrotujh tn. sums
and down tha limoa. Very com
mon if these pains ar. auauciatad
with a " drawing-" a namtioa at
that back, of tha
taw slaasy laruaaag Yt ht raOa.
rue u.s rca box. rog t tr
alATOg ajstJQV cn.
13th aad ranuua 3ta. Oinaaa. 1
r-va gaeuia katuaa sua.
Taw floag ' aa aa
t- " . f-
V - .-' y.
I v 3 11 i i
1. ' " a r W 11
Y TNC BZZ YOU UU
wawg a aaag itsr mqbik
Ilij ui a u ui. naca.
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