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film BEE: OMATIA, TIIITERDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1009.
DUNN'S NAME OFF B1UEF
Omaha Lawyer Rot of Eecord Longer
in Robinson Suit.
HOWE OPPOSES CORPORATION TAX
Pintail Cnmpanlea of Pnhtle Character
lilt b Law (haw BooMt
for "cboal at Craw
ford. (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Peo. 1 (Special )-Tho lepal
department of, the city of Omaha has filed
another brief In the supreme, court 4n sup
port of a motion for a rehearing In the
case of Anna J. Robinson against the city
of Omaha. A brief written and filed by
I. J. Dunn In this same case recently,
caused that young- attorney to be disbarred
Indefinitely from the practice of law. Con
sequently the brief filed today to take
the place of the one stricken from the
files of the court was looked forward to
with some Interest. The new brief carries
the name of Harry E. Hurnam and John A.
ltlnc, attorneys for the city. The other
brief had these two names and also trie
name of Dunn. Incidentally the brief filed
today is a very tame affair and deals
solely with the law at Issue, and not with
the attorney's opinion of the court.
Oppoaea Corporation Ti.
Herbert Howe, member of the legislature
from Nemaha county some years aso. Is
here today, havlnir remained over after at
tending a meeting of the West Indies Ma
hogany company, of which he Is a member.
This company has something over 1.000,000
acres of timber lands In Haytl and E. M.
Pollard, ex-congressman from this district,
will leave Saturday to spend the winter
looking after the Interests of tbe company
The timber includes mahogany and other
hard woods. The company will buy a boat
when Mr. Pollard gets on the ground and
ship the timber In this to the port where
the ocean liners touch.
Incidentally Mr. Howe expressed himself
much opposed to the corporation occupa
tion tax, which he said, would result In
driving out rf business most of the small
corporations of the state. In Auburn, he
said, there were several corporations or
ganised simply to help develop the city,
but he predicted that In a couple of years
all of thorn would go out of business, If
the occupation tax Jaw stood the test of
the courts, ,
Chaae Still Chases School.
Representative Chase of Dawes county
who tried hard .last - winter to get the
democratic legislature to establish a nor
mal school at Crawford, but who failed,
has arrived on' the- ground to make the
same argument In favor of the normal
board locating that normal school at the
same old .Crawford. Mr. Chase' insists
that a normal achool (it Crawford would
be attended by more pupils than ij it
were located in any other section of west
ern Nebraska. He will place his claims
before the normal board at Its meeting
Hlilh Rent for BaKiage Space.
The agent of the railroad at Paxton has
been complained against by a traveling
man who said fifteen minutes after the
train arrived there he went to get hls bag
gage and the depot was locked and there
waa no agont. So he had to wait until
the next (ley o get his property and then
got ft only by. the payment of $1, or 25
cents' for each piece. He concluded that
was a little strong to pay In that section
of the state, so wrote to the railway com
mission about it.
Company B, Second lletclment, Ont.
Adjutant General Hartlgan is going to
have the companies composing the Na
tional Guard come up to standard or he
will hot have any companies. Today he
mustered . out of the Kuurd Company B,
Second regiment, located at St. Paul. This
jompany failed to show up to the sland
ird set by the adjutant general and it had
!o go as others have gone before. The
idjutant has not announced whether an
ther company will be organised there...
Governor Honors Requisition.
Nelson' Capron, wanted in Iowa on a
charge -of perjury and escaping from the
Itate reformatory, will be sent back to that
Itate. He has been arrested In Nebraska
City and Governor Shellenberger has hon
requisition for his return to the
No Burn Railroad Here.
The aeeretary of stute him rtcelvid sev
eral Inquiries . regarding the Winnipeg, Sa
llna A Gulf raiiroud. If there Is such a
road In existence It has no articles of j In
corporation on file In the office of the sec
retary. Recently a railroad trade paper
aa!d this road I id placrd orders for a lot
of equipment, ut there U no official record
that it is doing or will do any business in
Nebraska at this time.
Governor Chautaaqua Again.
Governor halletiberger has been invited
to. attend the Tecumseh Chautauqua on
Farmers' day and make an address. His
Invltaffon rends either the 9th or the 13th
of August. The governor has also been In
vited to attend the National Good Roads
association meeting, to be held In Topekn.
December 14 and lf.
Win Prise Trips to Corn Show.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Dec. 1. (Spe
cial.) The Independent's contest among the
oung . farmers of each of a number of
Bin rounding townships to attend the Na
tional Con exhibit at Omaha at the
paper's exp ist came to a close last even
ing. W ill a. Stelk, who won the great
wheat prize of a year or two ago, Is one
of the successful contestants and the party
will consist of Mr. Stelk. Paul Qulsen
berry of Wood River, Ernest Walker of
Lake. Fred Hagg of Washington, George
lesenhagen of Prairie Creek, T. A. Mo
Cullough of A Ida, William Remboldt of
Vleregg, C. E. Taylor of Cameron,' Robert
Lowrey of Doniphan and W. II. Fransaen
II You Hare Iadljjestiofiv
Stop taking drugs and go 10 days on
with cream or good milk. It will work wonders.
This food is made of wheat and barley and is baked for
mnny hours. It is easily digested and contains the material
the weak stomach requires to grow ftrong on, fo that other
food can be eaten later.
' Be eure to chew the drape-Xi'v ( 11 before swallowing.
"There's a Reason"
Postum Cereal Co., Ltd., Battle Creek, Mich.
of Ht. Libory. Must of the contestants will
probably go in a p.irty.
TAKKS lit Ml 4 XII RACK IIOMR
Kansas Woman Kinds Spoase and
Tonne Domestic at Doniphan.
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Dec. 1. (Spe
cial.) Mrs C. E. Evans and husband left
this city yesterday for their home In Mlna,
Kan., after a somewhat extended dis
cussion between the two as to what their
future should be. Mrs. Evans told the
story that In February she was taken 111.
In March Grace Wasser, a young girl, was
employed In their home as domestic. A
few months later, when Mrs. Evans had
somewhat recovered, Mr. Evans Induced
her to see her folks in Iowa and spend
some time there on a visit. When she
wrote to him for mony on which to come
home, he answered that If she came he
would leave. Something waa clearly
wrong and she left for home at once. Her
husband had gone the night before she
arrived and the Wasser, girl left the same
day she returned to Mlna. No trace was
had of them until late last week, when It
was ascertained that the pair was at
Doniphan, "this county. Mrs. Evans and a
brother came to Doniphan. Evans and the
girl boarded the train at Doniphan. Hid
ing their Identity until the four reached
this city Mrs. Evans and brother had the
pair arrested. Negotiations were in prog
ress two days' when finally both husband
and wife decided to forgive and forget, on
account of the three children, and the
Wasser girl has gone back to Doniphan to
get her clothing and a place to work If
I.ICOI,N MAN (iETI IN TROl'BLE
Harry Mare Thonaht Grip Contained
CRESTON, la., Dee. 1. (Special.) Two
men, giving their names as Harry Mace,
from Lincoln, Neb., and John King from
Murray, were arrested here yesterday by
local authorities charged with the theft
of a suit case containing articles sent here
from Orient to be repaired, consisting of
meershaum and brier pipes, belonging to a
merchant named hay of that place. The
men claim they thought the suit case con
tained boore, and after they had rifled
It and found It did not. they were de
tected while In the act of trying to hide
the grip and Its contents behind some
bill boards by County Attorney Arml
tago, who "immediately notified the police.
Mace pleaded guilty and was fined J100,
which he could not pay so was sent to
the county Jail for th'rtv days. King,
who claimed he did n
was with Mace v I
not guilty and v
pnld. King cIhiii
work with the 1 i . '
ti-e grip, but
Starting; of N'etr
CRETE. Neb., lKc
monies were hcldut 1)
day morning lh connect
of the cornerstone of the Vu.
hall. Owing to the condition o. ...
grounds, the speaking and iiin ..
place In the chapel, but all gathered
the stone as It was put In place and
the Doane cheer. C. B. Anderson plena,
and the following program was carried ou
Musical Prelude Miss Helen Wanton.
Invocation Dr. J. W. Cowan.
How the Funds Were Raised Paper by
President Perry, read by Prof. J,
Science from the Teacher' Point
View Prof. C. O. Carlson.
Laying of the Cornerstone Prof. A.
r an emia. . ,
College Song Word by Helen Perry." Mu
sic by Miss Lindsay.
The. Contents of the Box Hon. C. B. An
derson. Benediction Rev. J. C. Noyce.
ONE HEAR FOR EMBEZZLEMENT
Maurice Starmrr of Genoa, Pleads
Guilty and 'Gets Sentence.
FULLERTON, Neb., Dec. 1. (Special.)
The regular term of district court con
vened here yesterday, with Judge Thomas
presiding. The case of the State against
Maurice Starmer, charged with embezzling
110,000 belonging to the Walrath & Sher
wood Lumber company, was disposed of
by defendant pleading guilty and receiving
a sentence of one year in the peniten
tiary. Mr. Starman was the company's
manager of their yard at Genoa, In this
county, for ten years, and during - that
time had been using the rnmmnv'i funita
Thecase of the State against Earl Martin
on a statutory charge against a girl 13
years of age was called, changed his plea
or not guilty and entered a pa of guilty
and was sentenced to the cenitentlorv foi4
three years. Martin Is a young man' about
25 years of age.
Evers Gets Seven Yearn. r
PONCA. Neb., Dec. 1. (Speclal.)-Herman
Anton Evers, who was Charged with crim
inal assault on several little girls at Hart
Ington, was t-entenced to seven years In the
perltentlary by Judge Welch. Evers was
tried here a year ago and found guilty and
sentenced to ten years In the penitentiary
at Lincoln. Whbur T. Bryant, county at
torney for Cedar county, went to the su
preme court after having made up the rec
ord, but omitting in some way the state
ment of the Judge which was made to the
Jury, "that the Jury had found him guilty,"
which statement Is In the court records. On
this ground the supreme court remanded
the case to the district court for a new
trial. Evers has already spent one year
Evers" crime was so outrageous that the
authorities were afraid to go on with the
trial In Cedar county and a change of venue
was taken to Dixon county to avoid Berious
trouble. Evers' guilt was well established.
He Is a man over 40 years of age and his
victims from 6 to 10 years of age.
Plana for New Waterworks.
KEARNEY. Neb., Dec. 1 (Special.) At
a meeting of the city council held last
evening plana and specifications were sub
mitted by the city engineer for a new
water works. The cost of the plant, as
estimated by Euxene Morey, city engineer,
will aggregate H!t,2S0. The council placed
the plans on file and ordered twenty blue
prints to be posted in public places for the
convenience of (he people.
Nebraska News Note.
BEATRICE Nathan Mclntyre and Ar
thur Benson are organizing an athletic as
sociation In Beatrice and are receiving con
HARVARD A new land sale record was
made yeKterday, when C. W. Gardner sold
an eighty-acre farm one-half mile from the
center f the town and Just over the Lynn
lonnsmp une lor iiw per acre.
BKATHICE Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ewlng,
former Beatrice residents, who are living
at Portland. Ore., have left that place for
a trip around the world. Mr. Ewlng was
formerly In the baking business here.
NORTH PLATTE-P. H. Ruddy of this
city has purchased the Commercial hotel
property for fb.0U0 from Tim Hanlfin. Mr.
Hanlfln purchased this property a year
ago for H.OiiO leas than this amount, which
K EARN ET Henry F. Schultz and Mar
grada Mortenson, both of this city, were
married by Judge Hallow ell Monday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Schultz will reside
on a farm north and west of the city.
KEARNEY W . C. Gibson, for twenty
years Janitor at the city hall, has handed
In his resignation and It was accepted by
the council. Thomas PlckVrell. a nluht
policeman, was appointed to fill the place
and "Si" Funk will go on the police force.
KEARNEY Amherst schools closed on
account of scarlet fever Monday morning.
There Is an epidemic of this malady in
the north part of Buffalo county and
within a radius of ten miles from the
north boundary hardly a school Is running.
NORTH PLATTE Arthur Hoagland to
day sold his confectionery Btore and candy
kitchen to Carl Abrahamson and Ed Kelll
her, who take possession at once. Mr.
Hoagland will retire from business In
North Platte and probably locate else
whore. HASTINGS The council has recently
created an extensive paving district and
several petitions for paving In other sec
tions are being circulated. Hastings has
no pavlng'ln the residence parts, but pres
ent Indications point to two or three miles
of paving outside of the business district
HASTINGS The twentieth annual re
union of the bodies of the Ancient and Ac
cepted Rite of Freemasonry of this city will
be held on the three days beginning Decem
ber 8. Degrees from the fourth to the thir
tieth will be conferred. It Is expected there
will be a large attendance of Masons from
over the state. .
HASTINGS This city has been almost
completely Isolated from outside wlm rv,m-
municatlon for the last several days on ac
count of the breaking of telegraph and
telephone wires In sleet storms. One or two
telegraph wires have been kept In commis
sion, but as these have been used also for
train dispatching, commercial messages
have been more or less delayed.
BEATRICE Fred T. Robinson, who shot
and seriously wounded himself and wife
here Sunday afternoon, became violent
yesterday at Fall's sanitarium and had to
be chained to the bed by Sheriff Trude.
He Is recovering nicely from his Injuries.
Mrs. Robinson Is gradually falling and her
death Is expected at any time.
KEARNEY A mass meeting of the citi
zens of Kearney was held at the city hall
halK Tuesday night for the purpose of
awakening enthusiasm over the Kearney
& Belolt railroad project. Carson Hlldreth,
a hanker from Franklin, wrb nrpsent arA
! nui-ih Interest was shown by those attend
!". NORTH PIATTE Drs. Redfleld and Mo
nhan, formerly of Grand Island, came
'his city yesterday and opened a hos
1 in the recond story of the Lamb
. a modern building which has Just
completed In the Third ward. These
, had planned to start a hosptal In
I 'land, hut after Investigating
' that North Platte would present
s of the best attended and
nty corn shows held this voir
i t'ounty Corn . show. The
xiiltiltlon of school work.
ig, baking, manual traln
exhibit of corn repre-
ui ucres in rork county
re-cat and best. York
winter wheat. alfalfa.
" ds of corn, usually
state institute work
county had the best
A banquet waa held
d last evening at the
.. o weeks' campaign for
OlinkT .Mpn'n I'hr f an aaan
elation of this city. Two teams called the
j. mm w teams entered into a competition
to see which could secure the largest
amount of subscriptions, with the agree
ment that the team recnivinr th o-ra
amount should be banqueted by the other
team. The o team had to pay for the
..Muov. .oiimueraoie entnuslasm was
ii din a . a a total subscription of
m-x.tr-zv TV OS I O IBftl.
Dt,jiiKitt,-Lilwara Burke, who halls
r0mwansa8, waa "Tested Monday night
jr vsmrcr .-K-niangen at Wymore, on the
?arf beln drunk and disorderly. At
... iiu nHMauuea tne orricer. who filed
a charge aaalnst him t,,,..
Burke was arraigned and pleaded gulltv
and was lodged in the county Jail until the
date of his prellmlnsry. the court f vln
the bond at $1,000. He was placed in the
city Jail at Wymore to await the departure
of a train for Beatrice, and soon afterward
ri;af uslni rk wi,n whicn pk
w?h?,C..k Zn ,he Jal1- Rurke 18 wanted at
wjchlta, Kan., on several charges. Officer
Schlangen received a message to hold him
,i. uama iu vvymore.
. r".1 ne. v.ymore Boosters' club
1 " 1 ' " lUIKflV MI I H I 1 1 11 1 1 niMt nv
Ing and elected theBe officers: Dr. P s"
fjlllasple, president; Jesse V. Craig, first
Jackson, second vice
L'""" V"j "urnnam. secretary; F.
-. ...uunwiui upcrerary; John Bliss
S''. fnermAan ' Baylor. George Coulter!
William Kelley. A. P. Menttren. W. A n,
son. Frank Newell. F. O. Laflln, board tt
n y. . Mcoiunen. raul Norton,
l. K. Belnert. Jesse Newton and J
Jones, grievance committee. The rlnh .ti:
consider tne proposition of a better light
ing system at Wymore and take some ac-
in mo nnurr ai tne next meeting.
NEW P0ST0FFICE WEEK LATH
Station at Twenty-Fourth and Ames
Will Not Be Opened on the
Day Set. '
The new postofflce substation at Twenty-fourth
street and Ames avenue wllf not
be opened for business for another week,
as the painters and carpenters have not
completed the Interior of the building, but
they are putting it In shape rapidly. The
furnishings of the office are on hand and
being placed in position. The new sub
station will be a complete postofflce In it
self, with H. S. Grogan in charge. The
building has been constructed especially
for postofflce. purposes. It Is a two-story
brick structure, modern In all Its equip,
ment and will be the largest substation In
A Ureak for Liberty
from stomach, liver and kidney trouble Is
made when a tto box of Dr. King's New
Life Pills Is bought For sale by Beaton
Drug Co. '
NEBRASKA A8KUU TO MEET
Mara.ette l.lver.lty Will Condnct
Notable Athletic Event.
MILWAUKEE. W is.. Dec, 1. -Special )
Mv1rt' V',"rerUjr bl" O" Thank.-
rJ t ' tie with Notre
".,iur th wes,ern 't ball champion
ship plans a notable Indoor athletic for
about March 15 to which all of the uni
versities In the conference will be invited
.,Je.n, ,e?m'' 5' weJ1 " " the other
athletic clubs and colleges in the states of
Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa. Nebraska
Missouri. Illinois, Indiana and Michigan
will be Invited to send teams.
The Marquette plan Is to make this an
annual event for the middle of March and
Notre Dame has already announced Uat
It will send a strong team.
Marquette has In Its team John J. Bren
nan, the Olymplo team star and several
either promising athletes, including Meyer
i n. i eniJ' no u strong In the
iiiuuiu uiaiauce runs.
Dnlg Captain of Ynle.
NEW HAVKN. Conn.. nv 1 n . -
amnions vote f the members of the Yale
f ot ball eleven. Frederick J. Daly of
Cambridge, Mas., was tonight elected cap
tain of the team for the season of 110
Daly Is a member of the class of ml and
has played halfback eu the team for tb
last two yeaja.
Aunt is Held
Mystery Still Surrounds Death of Mrs.
Snead Body Found in a
NEW TORK. Deo. 1. The mystery sur
rounding the death, of Mrs. O. W. N.
Snead, a . young Brooklyn woman, whose
body waa found In a bath tub In a vacant
house In East Orange, N. J., yesterday
was still unravelled today, though the
police have taken toito custody the vie
tim's aged aunt, Miss Vlrgienie Wardlaw,
pending an ' Investigation, her statements
having been regarded by them as contra
dictory. Clues in the case led the detectives to
Flatbush, Brooklyn, early today and what
they found caused them to attempt the
establishment of a nnectlon between the
death of Mrs. Snead In nasi Orange and
happenings In a so-called "house of mys
tery" In the Brooklyn suburb, where Miss
Wardlaw, Mrs. Snead and two strange
old women lived until recently.
Search of the house today led to the
discovery of blood spots In various rooms.
In the kitchen stove the police found two
bundles of human hair1, while crushed down
In the stove were four human bones, partly
burned, and the skull of a child 2-years old.
Blood spots in four .rooms of the upper
floor were discovered 'nnd the detectives
have ordered the cellar to be dug up.
Mrs. Snead's husband disappeared last
fcaean Loses in
Supreme Judges Kefuse to Beinstate
Former Iowa Lawyer in
South Dakota. .
PIERRE, S. D., Dec. 1. (Special Tele
gram.) The supreme . court today denied
the petition of George W. E. Egan. for
merly of Logan, Ia, to be reinstated to
the bar of the state. Justices Haney and
Corson taking no part In the decision.
The court also struck the name of Samuel
A. Ramsey of Woonsocket from the ro.l
of attorneys of the state.
The court sustained the decision of the
law court in both the criminal and civil
suits against the Central Lumber comany,
brought under the state antl-dlscrlmlnatlon
law, sustaining the constitutionality of that
act. This decision subjects that company
to a heavy fine and bars them from doing
business In this state.
Dead in Bathtub
Fatality Following Eehearsal of Wed-
.. ding Causes Postponement
' of Ceremony." .
Eli PASO, Tex., Db4i 1 Miss Margaret
Bacon, who was to hVa been-brldesmald
for Miss Carolyn Fall at the latter's mar
riage today to Mahlon Ererhart of Pueblo,
Colo., was found dead li bath1 tub at the
Fall home early today and the 'wedding has
been postponed. Mis, Bacon Is from
Evanaville, - Ind., . rta" w a-schoolmate
of Miss Fall. A rehearsal ' for the : wed
ding had been held only an hour before
Miss Bacon's body was found.
SURPRISE FOR INDEPENDENT
Oregon Bondnoldera In Omnha Tele
phone Company Take "teps to
PORTLAND, Ore., Deo. 1 BoadhAldors
of the Omaha Independent Telephone com
pany met here today and appointed a
committee to formulate a plan for forcing
the company to take care of its bond In
terest and other bondholders. At the meet
ing $400,000 worth of bonds were repre
sented. "The dispatch from Portland Is certainly
a surprise to me," said Judge Benjamin
S. Baker, counsel for the telephone com
pany. Bondholders certainly have no cause
for complaint against the company, and
even though they contemplated action of
some kind It would have to be taken
if UU; j audits
W Ui WORLD WIDE
WELL- INFORMED ,
BECAUSE ITS COMPONENT
PARTS ARE KNOWN TO BE
MOST WHOLESOME AND
! TRULY BENEFICIAL IN EF
ELIXIR or SENNA
THE FIRST POSITION AMONG
FAMILY LAXATIVES AND HAVE
LED TO ITS GENERAL USAGE
WITH THE MOST UNIVERSAL
TO GET ITS
ALWAYS BUY THE GENUINE,
ilANUFACTUREO BY THC CAU FORNI A HQ SYRUP COl
FOR SALE BY ALL LEADING DRUGGISTS
through the cevrts of Douglas county.
'There are a number of subscribers to
bonds In the Omnha company In Oregon,
but why they shou'd get together and
make plnns to foree the company to take
care of Its bond interests. I cannot under
stand. We have received no notice of any
kind from Portland except through the
Entombed Men Are
Brought to Surface
Protected Themselves from Gas and
Smoke by Building a
DUCKTOWN. Tenn., Dee. 1. The eight
men who were Imprisoned In the London
mine of the Tennessee Copper company
yesterday as the result of a shaft house
fire were brought to the surface early
today. None Is Injured.
Mine Expert Ramsay of the rescue sta
tion recently established by the federal
government at Knoxvllle arrived on a
special train late yesterday afternoon. Rut
two hours were necessary to instruct a
rescuing party of four rmn in the wearing
and use of oxygen helmets. The helmets
were found, however, after entering the
shaft, to be of such weight that they could
not be worn with ease Into the levels or
"stoops," and the four men returned to
the surface and abandoned the helmets
A rescue party of three was then formed
and without helmets descended the shaft,
finding the eight menon the sixth level.
The miners were safely housed about -140
feet from the main shaft and were pro
tected from smose and gases by a parti
tion they had built
Quarter Mile. High
in His Aeroplane
Hubert Latham Breaks All Becords
Battling Against a High
MOURMELON, France. Dec. l.-Battllng
against wind of nearly forty miles an hour
Hubert Latham, the French aercnaut, at
tained a height today of between 475 and
600 meters (about l.fiOO feet), beating the
official world's record. '
MORE PRIZES FOR NEBRASKANS
Many Cattle Awarded High Plncra at
the International Live
CHICAGO, Dee. 1. (Special Telegram.)
An.ong the additional prizes won by Uni
versity of Nebraska, at the International
Live fetock show, are third for Shorthorn
herfl, fourth for Aberdeen-Angus steer
or heifer, 2 to 8 years old; second, for
steer or heifer, 1 to 2 years old; second,
for steer or heifer, under 1 year old; first,
for Hereford steer or heifer, 1 tOi2 years
old; second, for steer or heifer, 2 to S
years old; fourth, for steer or heifer, 1
to 2 years old; flrBt, for steer or heifer,
under 1 year old; first, for grade and
cross breed senior yearling steer or heifer.
Frank Davis and Sons, Hoi brook, Neb, won
first for aged red polled bull. V
REFUSES TO TALK OF REPORT
Attorney General Wlckershnm Will
Not Dlarnsa Rumor lie Exon
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1. Attorney Gen
eral Wlckersham today refused to com
ment on a published report that he had
submitted a finding to the president In the
Balllnger-Flnchot cose exonerating Secre
Mr. Wlckersham said that if such a re
port had been submitted he would not be
at liberty to discuss It.
New Iaane by Northwestern.
NEW YORK, Dec. 1. Announcement was
made today by the Chicago & Northwest
ern Railway company that stockholders
would be offered the privilege of sub
scription to the new stock Issue at par to
the amount of 25 per cent of their holdings.
The new Issue of stocks amounts to about
Steamer a Total I.oas,
NORFOLK, Va., Dec. 1. The German
steamer Brewster, stranded on Diamond
Shoals, off Cape Hatteras, had today set
tled down so that only her masts and
smokestacks were showing above water.
She Is a total loss.
PRICE 50 pr BOTTLE
-. .wV' - A.f JF- '. J
A m.in wss In here yesterday to be outfitted, lie snldr "I bought
this entire outfit when this store first opened and I never hud such
good clothes. I wouldn't b here now only the color Is brown and a
little out of date. If it wasn't for the color I wouldn't buy now clothes,
for thev look ss good now as the tlav I got thorn. With such satlsfur
tlon In the past I couldn't think J any other More." Of course we wm't
be held responsible for stvle chHivien. snd exo.-pt for them, men mlslit
go on weuring and enloylng our clothes Indef Inately. There, are mighty
few stores that could truthfully say ss much.
IVIoney Bnck On Demand
TBI SOME Or QUALITT CLOTHES"
coats to Attract
No better time could bo selected than mid
week, thus avoiding the inevitable rush of
Saturday business. No better values can bo
found than ours at
S2.SO to S10
Boys' Overcoats 2 to 12 years, all the
popular colors, fabrics and styles. A $5.00
grade and tiow selling at that price In several
Omaha stores. We guarantee a saving of
41.60 at our specially low price
WEDDED WEEK, SHOOTS SELF
Iowa Man Tnkea Same llonte
aa First Wife Into
WEST UNION. Ia., Dee. 1. (8pecla.)
Exactly ono week, almost to the hour,
from the time he was married, Andrew C.
Manson, a well-to-do and prominent farmer
of near Arlington, committed suicide by
shooting himself. Lust Tuesday he mar
ried his housekeeper, Mrs. Lydla Weber.
She was Manson's second wife. His flrt
wife hung herself four years ago, leaving
eight children. Tho cause for Manson's
suicide is not known.
Bee Want Ads are Business Boosters.
For Nebraska Cloudy.
For Iowa Rain.
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
II i ! nour. i-"-p-
,,, y,A 5 a. m 47
. '', a. m 47
7 a. m 47
8 a. m 47
9 a. m 47
10 a. m 47
11 a. m 46
12 m 45
1 p. m 45
2 p. m 6
3 :. tn 45
4 p. m 45
5 p. m 44
6 p. ni 45
7 p. m 45
S p. m 44
9 p. m 43
f 'it t .
That more SILVERWARE is injured by clean
ing and polishing with preparations contain
ing injurious acids and chemicals than by
is abselntely tree from these objections and
acknowledged byhousrkceiers everywhere to
lie the best Silver Volnh known. Its cost Is
trivial snl pays lor ttarll many timet sier By the
n Ins It nukei In the wear el your Slivtr. Oet
mulled on rewlpbof luldrnM.
The Eliotro Silicon Co.. MCllft St. Haw York.
Sold by Grocers and Drutinlstv. ' I
"Omaha's Pride" should get v
To the house of every bride.
It's good enough for the man she
And making bread -is only fun."
Mrs. Wm. Ryan, 163 South 14th St.,
South Omaha, Neb.
An Order on her Grocer for a
24-lb. Sack of Pride of Omaha
Flour to Every Woman
who malls us a verse of four to six lines
(which we use for advertising) about
Pride of Omaha Flour.
UPDIKE hilllMG CO.,
123 Sherman Avs., Omaha, Neb
The appetite is often capricious,
gaieoui eructations, lumps, pains,
distress after eating. Oftin
attended by heart-burn, nausea
and the complaint of food lying
heavily on the stomach.
at thM iioabln at ourlr tlwirt th
retail of o1f4 and dlttu4 condition
ol ib ntrvet whlck tupplr iha tonic k
vnk tntrnr tnd lilt. COCEX bailM up
thvir vtH,d Atr. antblM ibem lo throw
off their tone abitt and nliavat' the
la ih iittimaal of all nrnrout dltordara
o v,ry cbataciM COCtX nuiclf,
bnBcial and taiitltctory maulu.
Veur Money Refunded If It Telia;
FalCI I1.M FEa box rot IAL8 Br,
BEATOa DBUO CO
15th and Taraam Bta Oataba.
WhtDITW 700 vant
aonettiog call Vacua
Douglas 38 and mak
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sesse jefgsj st-h"y ten
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