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If parents knew the superiority of these shoes thoy would buy no others Start
right shoes are the acknowledged highest grade children's shoes, built on orthodedic
ideas, allowing the growing feet to develop perfectly. ' The styles are authoritative
and they wear longer than other shoes. We carry these shoes in a wide range of styles
and sizes, including patent
whitn buckskin. Trie nnces are reasonable.
Sizes 5 to 8, range from . ... .$1.50 to $2.50-J Sizes 11 to 2 range from $2.50 to $3.50
Sizes 8y2 to 10Vi range from $2.00 to $3.00 Sizes 2V4 to 6, for "trig girls. .$3.50 to $5.00
11 i1 rWTL0 .
peg, head Injured: alight.
. Conductor Reynolds. Northbay, head In
jured. Thomai Fausle, St. Paul, head Injured.
A. C. Irwin. Manlotee. Mich.; hip Injured.
Mrs. George E. P. Dl rbogen, Internal In
C. House, Sault Ste. Marie, head. cut; seri
Alfonse housel, 8auit fete. Marie, head
cut; sllrht. . iy
Mike Mlkola. Max, N. D. ; arm and head
L. McDonald, employe, Minneapolis, badly
E. Mansfleld, Montreal, Internal Injury.
"' D. M. Brodle, Sudbury, rtba broken.
' 8. Ballard, St. Paul, scalded, head hurt.
H. Odatman, Norway, scalp Injured; not
Serious. ' -
W. J. Dell, Sudbury, chest Injured, seri
ous. Joseph Polrelucle, Heron River, Mlah. ;
I. H. Wader the Harris company, ab
R. Smith, Hamilton, head cut.
Price of Food
Illinois Legislature Will Start Legis
lative Probe Into the
CHICAGO, Jan. 23. The revolt against
he high prices of "food took tangible form
here today when W. P. Ap Madoo, a state
senator, announced that he would move for
e, legislative Investigation Into the subject
. "At the reopening of -the session 'rues,
day," said Mr, Ap Madoc, "I will introduce
a resolution providing for a commission to
,b appointed ' to investigate the causer of
Jilgh prices on food." si A , -
SECRETARY OF INTERIOR ACTS '
ON SEVERAL LAND CASES
Decision In Case of W.' G.
of Lincoln District Is
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.) x
''Washington, Jan. a. (speoiai Tele
gram.) The secrets.- of the Interior has
affirmed the decision of the commissioner
or the general land office rn the case of
W. O. Smith against Andrew Taylor, on
appeal of the former, holding for a can
cellation of a homestead entry located. In
the Lincoln land ' district. The secretary
has also dtsmlsned the contest case . of
Peter G. Cox against George W, Bell, lo
cated In the O'Neill land district
Rural carriers appointed are as follows:
Iowa Clarlnue. route S, Samuel, W, Shum,
carrier; Earl Kniidtson, substitute. South
Dakota Frankfort, route 1, Mary E. Shep
herd, carrier; no substitute.
Postmature appointed are: Iowa Ray
mond, Black Hawk county, William Helnen,
vice C. C, Smith, removed; 8mlthland,
Woodbury county, Dollle C. Folsom, lce
W. J. Wolfe, resigned.. South Dakota
Kahant, Lawrence county, A. J. Gravelle,
vice M. McCoy,- resigned;. Ithltyvllle, Mc
Cook eounty, J. A. Erlokson, vice G. Blas
sel. resigned. ' ' '
Private George P.' Roberts. -Company B,
Twenty-seventh Infantry, of Fort Sheridan,
Is transferred to the signal corps at Fort
O or alia. . ,
PENSIONER DIES REGULARLY ! '
AFTER EACH OF THREE WARS
. Peculiar rendition Found by Depart
inent In vestltatlns; (la lot
WASHINGTON, Jan.. 21. A claim made
by Mrs. Sumeral Dennis of Dadevilte. Ala..
hesjfaused the pension officials here ranJ
Slderable aurprlse, aeeuatomed as they are
.v. n.ruiiiiiiK via Giaima ior pensions
From the official records 8umersJ Den
nis appears to have been a most remark
able figure. The records show that he died
In 1815, afier having served In the war of
1811; also that he died In 1S47. after having
done good service In the Mexican war. Now
comes his widow and claims that he died
only a few years ago, having lived to ai
old age. '
Senator Johnston of Alabama Is pushing
the cTalm with the hope of winning it for
Mrs. Dennis, who lives in Dadeville with
a son, an attorney. . , ,
KOTIMEI1I Or OOXAJT BTEAMSHIFI.
Pert. Arrived. Sailed.
NEW YORK. .Pre. Lincoln'.
U BAU Russia
UAl.i rAA... Monirral.
I.IVKRPOOL....... Corslcan. -
A '. high grads conservative Investment
i tffered la a new manufacturing tn
'uury for Omaha. Th4 business Is staple
?nj will grow to larger proportions, and
will rsy from 10 to 3 per cent dividends
annually after first year. Will be ably
iterated l y experienced men with eslab
'Uhed reputations. In the line. Blocks of
1563 and up. Amount limited. Will
lswer written request. Af 'rase F. L.
C... tal Uotol, Ouiaha, Nb,
leather with whUe, red and brown tops rwhite canvas and
Tit YOURO PE0PIT3
- 1520 FARNAM
LEWIS WINS AN01HER POINT
1 in i p
Miners' Convention Finally Acoepts
His Ruling- on Tellers' Report
DELEGATES ON VERGE OF RIOT
Francis"' Feebnn Refases to Obey
Order of Gavel and He la Ordered
Ejected Friends Line Vp .
INDIANAPOLIS, Jan. 22. After a
week of Violent political give and toke,
the delegates to. the convention of the
mine workers of North America ad
journed today until Monday with the ad
ministration of President L. Lewis con
trolling the situation against the "In
surgents." The majority seemed finally to have
determined that Lewis' interpretation of
the-organisation's constitution was au
thoritative, that his election could not
be Invalidated even If It could be shown
that some local unions voted Illegally.
Only their votes could be cast out, ac
cording to Lewis' ruling and his majority
of 27,000 over his opponent, William
Green of Ohio, could nofe- be seriously
Cut down by losses from this source.
A riot In the convention seemed Im
minent today, when Lewto ordered the
sergeant-at-arrna to. take from the hall
Francis Feehan, president of the Pitts
burg district, who would not . obey -the
preslderiV gaveTr Feehan's- supporterrs
advanced to resisti Lewis and his friends
were angry and. determined. But the
hearty laugh of some humored delegate
In the packed hall broke the tension,
Feehan sat down and Lewis was In charge
John H. Walker, president-elect of the
Illinois district, declared that the conven
tion had had no opportunity to act on the
report of the tellers and that the adminis
trate despite all precedent had Interpreted
the constitution to confer supreme author
ity upon the tellers. William Green sup
ported Walker's stand.
President Lewis replied that the consti
tution plainly authorised his ruling and
charged Green with maliciously impeding
proceedings and ordered hint t,o his seat.
The anti-Lewis faction shouted to Green,
"Stand on your rights." Lewis called on
the ,sergeant-at-arms 40 take "disturbers"
out of the hall if they refused to obey the
It a probbable that the anti-Lewis
faction next week will renew Its efforts
to have the votes of certain local unions
In central ePnnsylvanla cast out.- LJewis
and his pafty assert that this movement
Is not of Importance and Is solely for
the purpose of embarrassing his adminis
tration by stubborn filibustering.
Killed in Wreck
Big Four Night Express froni Chicago
is Wrecked Two-Miles West
' ' .. -of Cincinnati. ,
CINCINNATI, - Jan. Five trainmen
are dead and fifteen persons Injured as 1 the
result of the wreclof the BlgFour night
express from Chloego, which left the track
two mllee west of here this morning, while
running fifty miles an hour.'
The dead: , '
FRANK BTADTLANDER, eooductor,
C. W. OOLDIE. fireman Indianapolis.
. JOHN- 6T1CKEL, Cincinnati.
FRED C. MURPHY, engineer, Indianap
olis. : MICHAEL LEWIS, brekeman, Kansas
Fifteen of the passengers were Injured,
but none seriously. While rounding a curve
the big engine of the flyer leaped from the
tracks end whirling . In a great semicircle,
plunged through a coach on Its own train.
By a marvelous chanoe not a passenger
was killed or seriously hurt, the fatalities
being confined to the train crew.
Goldle was instantly killed, bis mangled
body being dragged from under the wreck
age several hourse after the accident The
four othersdted In the hospital. They
ware all badly scalded by steera..
According to the Big Tour official the
accident was osAtsed by e piece - of Iron
dropping on one of the tracks whlnh de
railed the engine.' ,
THIRTY MILLION BOND ISSUH
Menate Committee Favors Fnnds to
IN , Complete Irrigation
, , 1
WASHINGTON, Jan. .--The senate com
mittee on Irrigation will report a bill pro
viding for a $30,000,000 bond Issue to complete
irrigation projects. The committee was la
session until late today working on details
of the bill, whloh is to be la line with
President Taft'a recommendations.
Nebraska l alone Asked to Aid.
LINCOLN. Jan. a.-Frank M. Coffey,
president of the Nebraska Federation of
Lnhar, said tonight he recommended ab
stention tn bleating en the part of mem
f y k" 'I
1 I' "
bers of the federation. "If our membership,
backed by others who are victims of the
meat trust will stand fast," said Mr. Cof
fey, "we will be able to put a curb on
the rapacity of the packers. While T realize
taht It la almost next to Imposplble for a
man who labors to keep uu wtlhout the
necessary strength-sustaining foods, yet
there can be aT lessening o (the ' use of
meats. I hare no doubt the trade unions
of Nebraska will Join In any effort to
loosen the strangle hold of the meat trust."
Five White Rhinos,
Fall Before Teddy
Kermit is Now Trying to Get Photo
graph of Lire Member of
WADELAI, Belgian Congo (Thirty Miles
North of Lake Albert) Jan. 21. A native
runner has arrived here from Rhine camp,
the hunting headquarters of the Smith
sonian African Scientific expedition.
He brings the news that Colonel Roose
velt has killed three good bulls and two
cows of the white rhinoceros family and
"considerable lesser game. The naturalists
have collected many speoles of birds and
mammals. Quentln Grogan, . who was re
ported 111 earlier, has recovered and thoJ
others of the party are In excellent health.
ICermlt Roosevelt hopes to photograph a
living white rhinoceros before, the de
parture of the expedition for Nlmule,
February 1. , Nlmule is , to the north In
the province of the Nile- and will be
reached by boats up the river Bar-El-Jebel.
The trip should occupy not more than two
The party had arffotereatlng experience
on their second day at Rhino camp. A
grass fire, accidentally started, threatened
to burn up the whole outfit, which was
saved only by the .energetic work of all
hands in clearing the grass Immediately
surrounding the camp,
CAMPANIA FAILS TO ARRIVE1
Canard Line Steamship Believed
Have Been Delayed bj
NEW YORK, Jan.' 82. Heavy storms at
sea are believed to have delayed the Cu
nard liner Campania, which was due to ar
rive today from Liverpool. Nothing has
been heard from' the steamer, although
wireless messages from It from the stations
up the coast have been expected.
VThe Campania left Liverpool-last Satur
day, and QuVenstown on Sunday, with be
tween SO0 and 400 passengers on board.
FEW MEN 0WRKING AT LEAD
I'nlonlste Say that Homestake Mine
Has Less Tban Tentk of
. Normal Force.
LEAD, S. D., Jan. 22. Union officials
claim that the Homestake Mining com
pany Is operating with less than 10 per
cent of a full working force and that not
all of these are experienced workmen. It
Is claimed that some of .the union mrr who
went to work - when the plant was first
reopened have rejoined the strikers.
NEBRAFtfA CITY, Neb., Jan. 23. (Spo
cfs.1.1 WIHS'.ot A. Coulter and Mtsa Bessls
Pi'fy wor Hiiii-Med In this city on Thure
flay. Both are well known young people,
tfi brM l-.''if; the daughter of William
tiV.ty, his.d engineer at the Huff elevator.
( : 1
FOR NERRAflKA-i-Falr and warmer.
FOR IOWA Fair, warmer in east portion,
TmnrTstur at Omaha yesterday:
7 a. m
a. m ,.
I a. m
10 a. m
II a. ra
12 m ,
1 p. m....i
2 p. m..,,,
t p. m.....
4 p. m.,
6 p. m
S p. m.,
1 p. m.
OFFICE OF THE WEATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. Jan, 22.-Offlclal record of tem
perature and precipitation, compared with
the corresponding period of the laat three
J ears: "1910. ISK. i. 190? .
Maximum temperature..., 38 47 87 24
Minimum temperature.... 20 37 17 6
Mean temperature 2 42 27 14
Precipitation 00 T .to T
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
end compared with the last two years:
Normal temperature , 20
Exoeaa for the day 1
Total deficiency sinee March 1 S7
Normal precipitation , 01 Inch
Deficiency for the dsy 01 Inch
Total rainfall since March L. .. .24 M Inches
Ilxcees since March 1 ft 7S inohea
Deficiency for cor. period In 1M 6.48 inchrtu
Dflolniy for or. period In 17 7.10 inch
T iudlcates trave of precipitation.
L. A, WELSH, Local Forecaster.
I 11. 1 I
POSSE HOT AFTER ROBBERS
Believed Men Who Held Up Missouri
Pacifio Train Will Be Caught.
CHASE LEADS TOWARD ST. LOUIS
Bandits Rifle Mall Base ( f lO.OOO,
bet t ee No Fxplonlve Let Water
Oat of Engine Roller and
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 22. With all trails lead
ing to St. Louis, more than 200 men. divided
into six posses, are pursuing the four
train robbers, believed to be practical rail
road and mall service then, who last night
help up and robbt-d the mall ears of Mis
souri Faclflo train No. . near Eureka, Mo.
Fostofflce Inspector Dickson stated that
the loot might amount to $10,000, as sixteen
pouches of registered mall, containing
about 200 registered letters, were, rifled.
The bloodhounds, which were put on the
trail at dawn started towards St. Louis
from the scene of the robbery, thirty miles
Rewards aggregating 2ft, 200 have been
offered by the state of Missouri and United
States Postofflce Inspection Service De
partment for the arrest and conviction of
The safe In the express car, which the
robbers, failed to open, contained $90 In
cash and valuables.
Two of the bandits boarded the train,
due Into St. Louis at 10:46 o'clock from
Kansas City, at Pacific nine miles west
of Eureka, at 10:15 o'clock. The other
two. flagged the train a mile east of
Eureka In a lonely spot, with red lanterns.
As the train slowed down, ths two on
board climbed ever the tender and oov
red the engineer and fireman.
Robbers Cat Off Mall Car.
The engine, mall coach and combination
baggage and express cars were cut off,
after the express messengers and mall
clerks had been ordered from thr.lr oars.
F. Ew Benton, the baggage clerk, hesitated
about leaving his car, and a bullet cnt-rled
away his hat and a lock of his hair.
With one of the robbers at the throttle,
the engine and two cars ran to Castle
wood, six miles distant, where the four
took thctr Urns about rifling the ittall.
'The water was let out of the boiler and
the engineer and fireman were ordered to
walk east for fifteen minutes, under
threate of Instant death. The quartet then
disappeared Into the woods.
The stranded passenger coaches, three In
number, lay on the main line until 2 o'clock
this morning, when they, together with
thi engine and baggage and express oars,
were brought Into St. Louis by a freight
The engine and the two cars with It were
then locked until the engineer and firemen
ran the six miles back to It, after getting
their orders from the highwaymen.
E. J. Karn of Toledo, O., one of tho
passengers on the tralnv said, when he ar
rived In t, Loula this morning:
"We heard shots and then the engine
stopped. The conductor came running Into
the car and said: 'It's a .holdup, sure.'
"Some of us stuck our heads out the
wlr.dow, but several bullets went whistling
by We found It convenient to stay Inside."
W. W. Dickson, postofflce inspector in
charge at St. Louis, announced on reach
ing his office this morning he would offer
a reward of 21,000 each for the capture of
the robbers. He had Just returned from
the scene of the robbery, where five of his
assistants were workitrg.
The. oloodhoundu, .as soon as they .were
put on the' trail, followed It east from the
scene of tlrb robbery . to Manchester. St.
Louis county, and thence along the Man
chester road toward St. Louis. This caused
the belief that the robbers came here, and
the local police have been ordered to Join
In - the search. Train robbery In Missouri
Is now a capital offense.
The five mall clerks were changing their,
clothes when the train was held up, and
they were forced out Into the cold without
their trousers. They took refuge In the
Smoker and passengers supplied them with
Bank is Closed
Discrepancy in Account! of Saving's
Institution at Southbridg-e
SOUTHBRIDOB, Mass., Jan. 22. Depos
its of 12,368,, 708 were tied up today when
the Southbridge Savings bank was closed
by order of Judge Loring of the supreme
court, who Issued an injunction following
the discovery by bank examiners of an ap
parent discrepancy .between the depoalt
ledger and statement of deposits as sub
mitted by John A. Hall, treasurer of the
bank. The injunction restrains the bank
from transacting business until further
Treasurer Hall's whereabouts were un
known here tonight. He has been absent
Mr. Hall has been treasurer of both the
bank and of the town of Southbridge for
about fifteen years..
No statement as to the amount Involved
has been made by any responsible oftlllal.
Will Lose Eye
Democratic Leader Leaves Natchei
After Being Wounded Accidentally
by Fellow Hunter.
NATCHEZ, Miss., Jan. 22. Thomas Tag
gtrt, of Indianapolis, Ind., who was ac
cidentally shot by W. H. Morton, while
hunting yesterday near Fayette, left here
today for home. He will lose the sight of
the right eye.
Horton fired when a bevy of birds was
flushed, the ohirge striking hut companion,
who was In the heavy underbrush.
' MOrderer Ayshe t'aptared.
CHICAGO. Jan. 22. Ayaho, the leader of
the band of Filipinos who murdered Tllden
R. Wakely of Clik-affO and H. D. Everett
In May, 190S, and three of Ayaho's com
panions have been captured by the con
stabulary, aocordlng to Information re
ceived today by Ebeneier Wakely, father
of one of the murdered men.
J The wondeffu) curs
-mM ers of Hoodjs Barsai
olearly shown by the following oondensed
We had our daughter vaccinated. Be- ! "ndlan-e acting "that he had been so
fore her arm healed she began te have recently .bereaved of his parent. Mr. Hop
sore eyes. Boon she was blind In one eye per left here after the performance to -atari
d could see very little with the other, 'tend the funeral.
Five doctors said she would be tetally , ,
blind. She could not stand the light . . . ,
We then gave her Hoods Ssraaparilla. Canned lorn Is Fatal.
When she had taken eight bottles she ROLFC. la.. Jan. 22. 8peclal.V-One son
could stand the light and now she can dead, and another hnv not amacted in live
do the. finest needle work." Mrs. Jennie
Eesrdaley, Elm Ira, N. Y.
Oat Hood's Sarsapartlla today.
in ii an t
liquid form or tablets called 6arstba,
Extraordinary Sale Monday
WOMEN'S SUITS AND GOATS
On account of those who wore unnble to attend or to be wuited upon bit Saturday we
will continue one of tho most extrnordimry sales of women's suits nnd coats that 'vas ever
held by any store in Omaha. 'The women who already Itnow what a Parisian Sale means
need no invitation, for they will surely be here early. Every economical woman in Omaha
owes herself the duty to attend this extraordinary sale. After actual, critical comparison
no sales held about town this season havo offered values in women's wearables to equal this.
Every garment is new, wearable, practical, and every garment has been takon out of our own
stock and remarked for tomorrow's sale at
This extraordinary sale includes over 400 garments in sizes 32 to 44. TFIE SUITS are
made of all wool broadcloth, English worsted materials and serge. THE COATS are all wool
black and colored broadcloth, novelty mixtures and tan covert coats that will be suitable for
spring wear. Every garment is new and there are scores upon scores of styles to choose from.
We again advise you to come early. Just think of what this sale is over 400 Women's
New Suits and Coats, worth up to $25.00 on sale Saturday at $7.50.
CLERK OF COURT RESIGNS
Edward E. Mason of Des Moines
Leaves Federal Flaoe.
Secretary of Stivte Hayward An
nonneea He Will Be Candidate
for Renomlnatlon- Thorne
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, la., Jan. 22. (Special Tele
gram.) Edward R, Maaon today sent to
the JuJfte of the United States circuit court
for this district his resignation as' clerk of
the court, after a service of thirty-five
years, preceded by five years as deputy
clerk. He resigns because he has become
Interested in' varrSus manufacturing busi
nesses and desires to devote his entire time
Secretary of State Hayward, who Is a
resident of Davenport, today announced
that he would be a candidate for renomlna
tlon as secretary of state. He has had two
terms. He had been urged to enter the
race for congress In the Second district,
but prefers to remain In his present posi
tion another term.
Clifford Thone, the attorney for the Corn
Belt Meat Producers who handled their re
cent case for a reduction of' Interstate
rates at Washington, today announced him.
sell, a candidate for state railroad commis
sioner, ellllves In Washington, la., the
home of Colonel Palmer, the present chair
man of the commission, who will probably
also be a candidate. .
Life Term for
Guy Marley is Convicted of Murder
in First Degpree by Jury at
LOGAN, la., Jan. 22. (Special Telegram.)
Guy MArley, charged, with his father,
Henry Mauley, and Ira Bmndrldge, with
the murder of Mrs. Henry Marley, Otiy
Marley's stepmother, was found guilty of
murder In the first degree this afternoon
and the penalty fixed at Imprisonment for
The killing of Mrs. Marley was the climax
of a drunken spree In which the two Mar
leys, father and son, and Brundridge took
part at the Marley home. Mrs. Marley
protested against the actions of the drunken
rren, and the son, aocordlng to the testl
irony, shot her.
Brundrldge, who testified for the state,
said he heard Mrs. Marley protesting be
cause Ouy was smashing up the furniture
and heard the shot. He also said he saw
the gun In Ouy's hand.
The Jury was out an hour and a quarter.
BOONE BANKER FIRE VICTIM
Beavotlful Home of E. 12. Hniihes ta
Gutted Two Firemen Are
BOONE, la., Jan. 23. (Special Telegram.)
At midnight a fire of mysterious origin
gutted the magnificent residence of Banker
K. E. Hughes, entailing a Ions of many
thousand dollars, fully covered by Insur
ance. The fire was discovered by Miss
Hughes on returning after a social affair.
She spread the alarm. Two firemen were
nearly overcome by smoke and gas.
Mother Dead, Hopper Fills Date.
MAR8HALLTOWN, la., Jan. 22. (Spe
cial.) Although he had received during the
day a telegram telling of the death of his
aged mother In New Tork City, DeWolf
IIcpi ., the well-known comedian, showed
no sign of his bereavement when he ap
peared here last night In "A Matinee Idol."
Had It not been for the announcement of
the fact In a local aftempon paper, the
audience Would not have known from the
,h. ... , ,., k..
Is the toll that ptomaine poisoning has
taken from . the family of Charles Otto,
j living live roues norm
of here. Canoed
New Cloak and Suit House
OUR CLEAN-UP SALB hag so far proven moat gat
Isfactory to our patrons and to us. IiAST WEEK 150
SATISFIED CUSTOMERS left our store with suits or over
coats. Some had $30.00 suits for $18.00, and some had
those fine Imported suitings that we make to order for
from $20.00 to $A2.R0, for suit or pvercoat. All were
satisfied with the goods, lining, fit, workmanship and
style. We have made many new customers. rVe have
cleaned up a great quantity of fall and winter stock, and
have kept our tailors so busy they worked overtime. Thus
are we trebly blessed. THIS SALE CONTINUES A WHILE
LONGER. WE HAVE MANY NICE PATTERNS YET.
SOME WE MAKE TO MEASURE FOR $15.00. AND THE
PINE IMPORTED GOODS AT FROM f20.00 TO f32.50.
Every suit or overcoat we guarantee perfect In fit and
304-306 South 16th Street.
A beer just suited to quaff at home
a night-cap for the sociable evening
a refreshing draught for the late
supper a delightful glass to sip under
the evening lamp. Stars and Stripes
is a foaming, sparkltng beverage for
the keen palatefor the connoisseur.
Have a casa delivered to your home.
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Office llg govt 14th m.
Vhone Xteng, leOO.
corn was served by the family and Jeasa
Otto, aged S years, ate heartily of It. He
was taken sick and the physician who was
called diagnosed the case as peritonitis.
The following day canned corn was again
a part of the family meal. This time Lester
Otio, aged 4 years, ate heartily of it. He
was taken sick soon after and again the
physician was called. Yesterday the son
Jesse died and a consultation of physicians
and'' a post-mortem examination was had,
when the real cause of the death was dis
covered. There Is little hope of the younger
Debate to Webster City.
WEBSTER CITY, la,. Jan. .-(flpeclaj
Telegram.) The Webster City High school
debating team last night defeated Algona
by a unanimous decision of the Judgea on
the queatlon of commlaslon government for
c!tles, Webster City having the negative
aide. The debate was the seoond in a
series to end Id the state championship.
Webster City has before defeated Clarion
and will likely meet Fort Dodge next.
New Theater for .Fort Dodge.
HIOUX CITY. la.. Jan. 22.-(8pec(aJ Tele,
gram.) A fine new theater, to be ready by
Auguat 1, 1910, will be built by Rioux City
capital for Fort Dodge. Maurice W. Jencks,
manager of the New Grand theater In
flioux City, will have charge of the Fort
Treasurer Hart- Still M latin.
BOL'TH BRIDGE, Mass., Jan. M -No
trace has yet been found of John A Hll,
Uie wlaetng treasurer of the Southbridge
Sum mm i
-i. i. I,.,,,,,!
91.50 in Stamps (IS)
given with sarin two
uoaen cases of large
the city for.
940 In Stamps (10)
given with eaoh two
dosen caaes of larite
bottles, de- CO OC
llvered In A .J
the city for. "fcW
Out of town eua
tomera add II. 28 for
caas and bottles. v
- ww mmmfi -we u
Brewery, 9d aaa) Hickory.
intone jjoeg. ItXJS.
Savings bunk, which was closed yesterday
A suit was brniiRht by the tru-lees of the
bank agaliiKt Hull's estate today and an
attachment for 1100,000 was placod upon the
Aged Men Get
Eleven Past Eighty, One Pact Eighty
Seven, Draw Stipends from the
A circular Issued by the Illinois Central
officers shows that there ane eleven men
on the pension rolls of the company who
are over SO yeare of age, one being paat 87.
There are on the rolls of the company
nlncty-one employes, who have been In
continuous service forty-five years or moro,
fosty-nlhe of whom have worked, without
s. break, forty-five years, and five who
have been on the payroll for fifty years or
more. One employe served the road fifty
three years and his record is more remark
able in that for the entire time he was a
tinsmith In one department. He started
railroad work when 17. years old. ,nd r
tired recently at TO. He never missed
When you want what you want when
you want It, say so through The laee Wsae
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