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.(JUM OPTION CONFERENCE
Platform Will Be Adopted and Can
didatei Will Be Selected Today.
3HA1LEHBERGER WILL BE ABSENT
Governor Haa none to Texas to
Attend Meeting; of Shorthorn
Breeder Will Kndorae
(From Staff Correspondent.) '
LINCOLN, Slarch 13.-(fpeolal.-At (he
nxtlng of the county option advocates ret
for tomorrow a platform will be adoprel
and candidal! for office will be Instructed
what the muat do to receive the promise
of the aupport of those composing the
meeting. Hoth republican and democratic
speakers have been serured, including
Senator Cain of Rlchardron county, E. P,
Brown of Lancaster, Senator J. A. Dono
hoe of O'Neill and 8enator J. L. Miller of
Lancaster. Tomorrow afternoon ex-Gov
ernor Hanly, ' who la chautauqualng over
the state, will arrive and speak In the
afternoon and tomorrow night.
W. E. Acdrews, auditor cf the Unite!
Bta tee treasury, has written that he can
not be here. Ho had beet placed on the
program before It was known whether he
would accept an invitation.
Another one who will not be here l
Governor filinJIenberger.''-There has been
some talk that candidates may be asked
where they stand, so t,he delegates could
carry tne messages bite homo, but the
governor has gone to Tmti to attend a
meeting of members of the. Board of Short
horn Breeders, and unless he Is com
niunlcatcd with by wlrelcs It Is probable
no statement will be read at the meeting
from his excellency. It wss Insisted at the
office of tha governor 'thera was no sig
nificance In, the fact that he had the en
gagement Irf Texas at this particular time
Several would-be candidates for governor
wno are ankldus to secure the Bryan en
dorsement are' to be on hand and take a
prominent part In the proceedings If they
get a chancb to break In. It is also re
ported that Mr. Bryan will receive a vote
of endorsement at the hands of the con
vention for declaring for county option,
thus wiping' out the feeling that has ex
isted because !of his refusal to get busy
when the bill was before the democratic
legislature last winter.
Brian will make Statement.
"When I file my nam formally as a
candidate for the republican nomination for
congress In the Third district." said Btate
Treasurer L. O. Brian, "I shall Issue a
statement t the public telling where I
stand on allvtuestlons of Importance that
are now bajng discussed."
This remark from tho treasurer was
brought about by reason ot Jhe publication
In the Albion, News tha While the editor
endorsed the record made by Mr, Brian as
tat treasurer; endorsed his record as a
eltixen and as a . county qtflcer, and ex
pressed the opinion, thatj he would make a
good congressman., Jt, objected to his plat
form and to the. , fast that.. his candidacy
prevented any ' other, favorite son from
Boone county getting Into the running for
office. In discussing .this latter part of the
Objections; .Ma Brian saidM 'V
"In saying (hat J. would be a candidate
for- congress I have Hot crowded anyone
in Boone cduntr outrofc4ne way. In fact,
X hold off ,.or jayaraj .months before decid
ing what to dopecause It had been told to
me there mjjfht Jia, a .candidate out there
for congress. I finally heard from the man
In question, and he said he would not be a
candidate, so I made my announcement."'
.80 far the only statement made by Mr.
Brian, regarding a. platform was that pub
lished In . The Bee, wherein he said he ex
pected to run as a "republican," and that
matters which torn before . congress. If
elected, he would study carefully and do
what he thought best in the premises. His
friends are o't the opinion that running as
republican-has given Offense to those who
have lent aid and ''encouragement to the
Ml '' .' ' '
New Llndelt pearly Ready.
Tuesday nlghi at s o'clock the old Lindell
hotel of Lincoln passes. into history and the
New Llndelt Isborn. The opening of the
reconstructed" Votel has been looked for
ward to wlth-unusual Interest by the peo
ple here and, the affair will be of consider
able Importance to the city.
J. E. Miller and B. L. Paine bought the
Llndell about a year ago, and for several
months It has been closed, undergoing re
pairs. J. C,;Yenble.ithe manager of the
ew hotel an3f has been under hla direc
tion and plana'' that the changes have been
ttade in the building, which 'lav now about
i , :
Feel of my muscle
See how I buttle
Make me win every
Can you afford to
make tomato soup?
Can you afford the time
. and trouble required to
select' and -prepare and
combine the different ma
terials beside paying
retail prices when we
do it all for you in
We me the finest and freshest
' of tomatoes and choicest in-
. gradients of every kind; pro
, portioned and blended under
the direction of a French chef
who it an artist in, hi line.
And all for ten cents. Can
you afford to bother? Nomeat--pfCHluct
enter into this soup.
All Campbell's Soups are
sold "money back if you want
21 kinds 10c a can
Just add hot u etfr,
bring t a boil, .
"a J terv.
Wouldn't you like a
copy of Campbell's
suim estiva Meats
lours Cammsli, .
' ' ' Camden N J '
. Look for tho
completed, and which make of the Llniieli
one of the real hotels of the state.
The changes In the structure have been
so many on on such a large scile that the
patrons of' the old Llndell will not reeog-
nlbe their o'd haunts. It Is now possible
to stand In any hall In the building and
See daylight at the other end., for every
hall has been strslghtened and every hall
leads to daylight. The lobby on the ground
floor has been almost doubled In rise and
changed completely, Steve Hoover's well
known Indian, even, having been painted
Mr. Venable has fixed up a private office
which gives him a view through windows
of the kltohen and the dining room at all
Normal Site at'Chadron.
The Btate Normal board, will meet at
Chadrqn, April 4, at which time the site
for the new Norms! school will be selected.
George A. Berllnghof has prepared an out
line of the plans for the new building and
It Is possible by the time the board meeta
he will have the plana all ready for their
Call of 8areme t'eort.
Following Is a list of cases which will be
called for hearing at. the session of the
supreme court, commencing Monday,
March (21, 1910: ,
For Hearing Monday, March a Hinckley
against Jewett, Lam aster county; Occtdsn
tl Building and Loan Association agalnxt
McGrow, Lancaster; Holyoke (executor)
against Bishop, Lancaster; Kovar k against
Snllno County, fcallne
For Hearing Tuesday, March 20 Patter
son against Mlkkelson, 8eward county;
Taylor against Stull, Cass; Clark against
Flelschman, Cass; Baker agalnct State,
For Hearing Wednesday, Mrtrch 23 Prusa
against Kverltt. Colfax county; Arterburn
against Beard. Chase; Brown against Bucft
ley, Custer; Palmer against Loyal Mystic
Legion of America. Adtims; Htste ex rel
McDonald against Farrlngton, Dawes.
For Hearing ThursdiA', March 24 Backes
spalnst Mailsen, Oeeley countv; Wood
(administrator) against City of Omaha,
Douglas; State against Union Pacific Rail
way Comtxinv. original: Knvsn anlnsf
CHy of Pouth Omaha. Doujtlas; Dennlson
aKainit uauy News Publishing Company,
For Hearing Frldav. March 25 Winder
against Winder, Madison county; K.ute ex
rl Hansen agalnvt Csrrlco, Kearney; f ires
against Eyerley, Kearney; Nelson syjlr.st
Proposed Call of Supreme Court.
The following Is a proposed assignment
of cases for hearing at the session com
mencing Monday, April 4, 11)10:
loosing against Looslnr (on motion for
rehesrlng). Washlnrton roimtv: H!trheok
County against Cole, Hitchcock; Mostier
nrainst Muwaint cenar; Waiters annlnst
City of Omaha, Douglas; Helebrant aenlnst
Meiebrant. Box Butte: Jones i tint Es
Ute of Schtick. Clay; Brym against County
of Butler, Butler; J. P. I.cLiinrer Lumter
Company against Dewey, Platte; Ulnntx
against Chicago, Burlington A yulncy
Railway Company, Lancaster; 'ox attmnst
cnicago Northwestern Ral way Com
pany. Pierce: State ex rel Cat'ern acs nst
Board cf County Supervisors, D.nVe; Mcese
srainst Nixon, Nemaha; Weller sgslnst
Fischer, Otoe; FaJet against Oahl. CcHax;
Trinidad Asphalt Manufacturing Comneny
ngalnirt Buckstsff Btol' Manufacturing
Company. Lancaster; County of Lancrster
against Fitzgerald. Lancaster: Fhnck'ty
against Homer, Douglas; 'Jhllch against
Chicago, Burlington 0 ulncy Itn.'lwav
Company, Lancaster; Updl'te aga'nst CUV
of Omaha, rHuglas: Westman aKalust
Carlson, launders: Westman "agamst Carl
son. Saunders: McNamara acalnst Mc-
Namara, Dakota: Blackburn against
Moores, Douglas: Rlseman against Harden
Brothers, Douglas; Rtnte against McCoy,
Franklin; Purdy against State, Red V.'lliow.
NEW SCHOOL BUILDING '
OPENED AT FAIRMONT
Dedication! of' Structure Takes Place
with Ceremonies Appropriate
to Oceuaion. ' V1 .
FAIRMONT, Neb.. March 13. (Specials-
Fairmont's new $40,000 high school building
was dedicated Friday lost.'
Addresses were given by Superintendent
W. O. Brooks, ex-Superintendents Lewis
Goodrich, C. H. Sloan, E. IS. Magee, Fred
M. Hunter and Q. A. Gregory, Inspector of
normal training in the high schools. Dr.
George Everet Condra of the State univer
sity and Governor A. C. Shallenberger
made the dedicatory speeches.
Governor Shallenberger pointed to the
fact that Nebraska stands first In lowest
per cent of Illiteracy and ranks high In
The building was very handsomely co-
rated In high school and class colors.
Hebron III a School Wine.
FAIRFIELD. Neb.. March 13. (Special.)
Hebron defeated Fairfield here last night
In the final debate In tho first series In
the southern district of the Nebraska High
9chooI Debating league.1 Hebron, which
maintained the negative it the league ques
tion, "Are Labor Unions on the Whole
Beneficial?" got the. vote of afl three
Judges Prof. M. M. Fogg of the University
of Nebraska, Superintendent Ry V. : Clark
of Harvard and Superintendent A. M.
Shambaugh of Davenport. The debate was
close, however. The members of the Hebron
team were Eart Van Atta, Martin Brunlg
and Harvey Hess. The Fairfield debaters
were Flora Schoettler, Mason Reed and
Ralph Kissinger. All of the contestants
were inexperienced In debate execpt Hess,
who represented Hebron and the southern
district In the state championship debat
last year, winning third place The debate
was managed by Superintendent C. B. Toof
of Fairfield. Superintendent V. E. Clark
and Principal R. H. White came with the
Hebron team. Ex-Speaker Daniel Nettleton
Fern Plant Reorgranises.
PERU, Neb.. March .-(Specla4. The
Peru Canning factory haa bean reorgan
ised and incorporated. The corporation
haa been capitalized at 110,400. with the
following officers: President, M. F. Meek;
secretary, W. D. Abbott; treasurer, E. E.
Oood; business manager, T. N. Dot-land;
superintendent of canning, H. W. Lowe.
The new plant will continue the work of
Lowe a Dorland, who have owned the
plant up to this time, and. In addition, will
grow tomatoe and other vegetables. They
have already leased a piece of land near
Peru and will put In a large acreage ef
tomatoes In the spring. They will also
Interest as many farmers In growing toma
toes as possible, for they have a largo
contract In sight for the season's produot
and muat be certain of having enough
i -aw tomatoee. Since the 190? panic the
plant haa been laboring under peculiar
financial conditions, due to an Ill-timed
Investment. The present organization plaoaa
It on a secure financial basin.
Man Killed hy Train at ralronrr.
FA1RBUUY", Nb . March U. -(Special)
Ed Dunbar mas run over on the railroad
bridge Just South nt this olty yesterday
afternoon by an extra freight going east
and Instantly killed. From all Indications
the man had got hla foot hAtwn 'he ties
and broken both bones in his leg I'ist above
I he ankle. The engineer applied the air,
bur was unable to stop the train until the
engine had passed over him, completely
severing the body at the hips. At the
coroner's Inquest, which was held at 7:W
last evening, a verdict ef accidental death
was brought In and the railroad men were
exonerated from all blame, Dunbar came
here two or three days ago and was selling
spectaclea and bone toothpicks.. He was
arrested at midnight Friday night for dis
turbing the peace, but was released Satur
day morning cm the condition that be set
out of town,
Annual Banquet ot
Kappa Alpha Thcta
Seventj Alumnae, Many of Whom
Are from Omaha, Guests of State
LINCOLN, March 13.-Spcclal.) Several
members of the Omaha alumnae of Kappa
Alpha Theta sorority attend the annual
banquet of the State university chapter nt
the Lincoln hotel last night. Nesrly sev
enty guests were present. The Omaha
guests were Mrs. Tencoust, Mrs. Allen Mp
Nown, Misses Zola, Dcllrker. Zora Shields,
Nell Dandall, Faith Hod, Olive Hammond,
Mary Fahs, Irma Staples. Mrs. Allen Mur
phy and Mrs. Guy Clark. Other out-of
town guests were Miss Mildred Post of
York, Miss Mary Bowlcy and Miss Ena
Brock of Crete, Miss Buck of Hasting
Mlpses Clara and Haxel Dovey of Plaits-
mouth and Miss Helen Day of Beatrice,
Mrs. Martha Cllne Hoffman, district pres
ident of the sorority, presided as tostmls
tress. The following toants were given
"Rho Chapter," Alice McCullough; "Theta,
Dear," Marian Sweezey; "Merry Theta,"
Lucy Dill; "Kappa Alpha Theta, " Mrs. J.
W. Jones; "Here's to Our Fraternity,"
Jean Tuttlc; "Arcady," Margaret Wheeler.
Kappa Alpha Thcta was the first soror
ity established at the University of Ne
braska. It is one of the "Big Four" sorori
ties of the school.
Fine for Hallowe'en Prank.
BROKEN BOW, Neb., March ID. (Spc
clal.) Roy Parker, who was un:1er lords
for distributing a quantity of shot in the
back of Ralph Bishop by means of a
shotgun last Hallowe'en, was takjn liefore
Judge Hostetler In district court and, with
the concurrence of Prosecutor Gadd, was
allowed to plend guilty cf assault. The
court fined him $25 and costs. Last Hal
lowe'en young Bishop, with a nurnb'r of
companions, dtiiried out to celebrate the
night In regular, nrth.xljx style. When
they reached the residence of Prof. Cor-
nott, that gentleman and Ms brother-in-law,
Parker, raised decided o'ji ilonfl to
the overthrow of an outbuilding, and Par
ker accordingly opened flr with a shot
gun. Most of the marauders made a clean
getaway, but Bishop failed to get out
of range and received tho hi-nefit of a
generous charge of shot In the back.
Hla-h Frlcea for Farm Lands.
ST. EDWARD, Neb., March 11 (Special.)
Within the last two weeks the local trans
actions in real estate have been somewhat
unusual. The following sales have been
made: R. C. Grape to Harry Wells, 80
acres near St. Edward for 1125 per acre; A.
A. Cooper to Rudolph Grape, 120 acres two
and one-half miles from St Edward, at $100
per acre; W. C. McFadden to N. C. Feter
son, 200 acres three miles from St. Edward,
at $96 per acre, the buyer paying the renter
$100 to vacate the farm; Mrs. G. E. Wlllard
to H. C. Klester, 160 acres one mile from
town, original homestead and unimproved,
at $80 per acre. These sales have been
made to parties who have long been resi
dents of this community and who have
come to realize that good land Is one of.
the best Investments to be found.
Railroad Found Negrllarent. -
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., March 1$. (Spe-.
Clal.) That not sufflctent,care .Is taken In
the handling of trains In the yards while
the carmen the force Vep'alrmg small de
fects on cars In madeup trains are at their
work, was the verdict of the coroner's Jury
Investigating the death of Ray Toumlne,
who was caught between, two cars In the
lower, Union Pacific yards and crushed to
death, his body being suspended on a
beam, one part of the body hanging limp
on one side and the other on the other
side of the beam. Death haJ undoubtedly
been Instantaneous, as the unfortunate man
was frightfully crushed. Toumlne was a
young man, leaving a wife, two small
children and his mother.
Ashland Wins from Tecanneh.
ASHLAND, Neb., March 13. (Special.)
The third Inter-scholostlo debate to be held
In Ashland this winter took place at the
Congregational church Friday night, on the
question, "Reeolved, That Labor Unions on
the Whole Are Beneficial." Ashland sup
ported the affirmative with Miss Ono
Wagner, Loyd Worley and Orvllle Pell at z
and Tecumseh the negative with Miss
Alleen Wright, Morgan Davis and Raymond
Klechel. The Judges, ex-State Superintend
ent J. L. McBrlen, Prof. W. G. Bishop of
Wesleyan university' and J. D, Redmond
of the state department . of education,
awarded the decision to Tecumseh.
Lost E2nkasrement Ringr Found.
KEARNEY. Neb., March U (Special.)
Two years ago, when the cyclone did so
much damage here, the house of A. P.
Salgren was torn down and the furniture
blown 100 feet from the house. Among the
lost articles was Mrs, Salgren's engage
ment ring, which she had placed Inside
the clock. The clock was found at the
time, but the ring could never be traced.
Last week, while their 5-year-old daughter
was pl-aylng in the yard she found the ring,
which was twenty-five feet from the place
the clock had fallen.
Nebraska ws Note.
SEWARD Farmers at Staplehurst have
subscribed $9,000 stock for an elevator.
PERU Mrs. H. B. Duncanson has re
ceived the news of the death of her aged
mother, Mrs. Joaeph Ord, which occurred
at the home of her son, Clarence, In Au
burn yesterday morning.
VINTON The Iowa State College for the
Blind, In this city, has been quarantined
axalnst the public because of an outbreak
of diphtheria. Seven pupils of the college
are sick with diphtheria.
SEWARD Mrs. Mary Jane Dallv, wif
of O. W. Dally, died at her home in
T am or a Wednesday and wss hurled yes
terday afterroon. She was 72 years of age.
She and her husband were ptonerr settlers.
PERU Work la being pushed on the
building of William Jewell on the corner
of California and Fifth streets. The
foundation is now being ptit In of cement
and the building will be completed, If po
sllile, before May 1.
WATERLOO The annua! event of fcrty
hours' 4evotlon by .h ht. Mary's Catholic
church of this city begins tomorrow w.ilt
hlsh mass at $ o'clnv In the morning.
Vry Rev. Vran'Us Regional de LanKa of
Tschny, 111., will e In charge of the cere
inonlea. RAGAN Frank W Stevens, a prominent
banker here, fell and -llslocated his shoul
der while going to an early morning train
at Alma. After his Injuries had been
oared tor he w4 brought to Ragan to his
home and 1s resting aey, Although pain
ilBWARD-P.ev. C. A. Gleason, pastor of
the Congregational church here., has ao
repted a call to the ch'irch of that denom
ination at Cortland, Neb. The ministers
of the city will hold a farewell service
for him tomorrow night at the Congrega
WATERLOO Tony Froemcr. the second
baseman who was ecentl pun-hated by
the Waterloo Base Hall leaitue from Foit
Wayne, has mov.id io Waterloo and hence
forth will reside it ?'21 Xunnvxlile avenue.
He comes nere highl lecoinmemltd to
SB WARD Sheriff Glllan brought Jacob
Johnson, the alleged wife deserter, to
Seward and placed him fh Jail yesterday.
He Is the fa'l-.'r of six little children, one
a baby of over a year. This family are at
the poor farm, lie will be prosecuted on
U.e charge of wife desertion.
ELDORA Eldora Is practically milklca,
Its only berd of milch caws having ben
sold. Joe Fagg. who has br-eu operating
a dairy with fifty cows, yeetrdav sfier
noon sold his herd, and it wai shipped
OMAHA, MONDAY, MARCH 14. 1010.
ah i i
away. He sold, he wsld, lncus. it was
impoaslble to get jfflMent help.
VINTON Mrs. Mary Downs, aged 7S
years, who Uvea near here, has Just dis
tributed jr.t.WO among her children, who
tlve In all parts of th country. The
money was obtained from the sale of a
farm, and Mis. Downs ssys her children
nerd the money and she does not.
CARHOI ds Hund.vds of farmer are .n
their fields at nrcs -nt buskin corn vnlch
they could not 'ake raie of list fall ot
account of nud waul her. Nino of the c-rn
vtill giaje, out .li,.:e is i read insrkft
for It, and t'nit wlil.vi uinleieJ on t'e
Ftalk Is of hef.-r tuuilty than chat husked
last fall and winter.
SEWARD The games of backet ball be
tween the team of the Lincoln Voung
Men's Christian ssnoclatlon and the Seward
High sclif-cl bo) s resulted in a score of
i to 1'J for the Young Men's Christian as
sociation. The same bttween the Seward
and W ahoo High chools resulted in a
score of is to 17 for tha Be ward irlils.
L PERU O. N. Titus, aNpromlnent nurserv
ian of this part of the state, Is authority
lor tne ststenient that many of the rosa
bushes wre destroyed by the abrupt ar
rival of freezing weather after a wet No
vember. He says tiiat they will grow
again from the same root, but that the
bushes will have to be cut away at the
GUI NN'ELL Prof. It. S. Conard of the
chair of botany of Grlnnell college, is the
only profeosor from the went who has been
honored by being selected as one of tho
board of instructors at the Marine Planto
logical laboratory of the Brooklyn Inntl
tute of Arts and Sciences at Cold Springs
Harbor. N. X., during the coming summer
CARROLL The March transfers of farm
prcperty in Carroll-coun-.v, from flurcs
given out by- the banks and resl estate
otners lor the lat ten days, have in
voived from ?r,00o,u00 ta $';.lGO.0O0. In the
flrit three elavs of Mir,-h oni bank ulnne
c. eared nearly iA'jOO.oOO l this sort of hnsl
iiefs. buch activity is without precedent
in mis county.
PERU The fixtures for the vault of the
new bank have arrived and the brick work
v.lll bo completed In a few days. The
meat market Is now being moved to Its
new quarters, and as soon as the rooms
thus vacated can be rotten readv the
pCKloffice will bo moved into them. The
present roetofflce ' building will then be
used by the. new banking corporation.
SiIELTON The Shelton Klah school
declamatory contest took place In the
opera house Saturday. Eleven young
women ana one young man took part.
In the oratorical class Miss Villa Adams
won and In the dramatic class Gladys
Auams: humorous. Cathrlne llackman.
These three will represent the Shelton
schools at the county contest at Kearney
WATERLOO The Jury In Judire Ran
sler's court, now In sesnion here, today at
11 awarded John C. Payne $7,000 damages
against the W. C. F. & N Ktreat .Railway
company for the -loss of part of -one of his
lent somo time go. Ite . brought suit
Sgalnst the company for -'0.000. The Jury
was out eighteen and one-half hours. Tho
case will probably t-e uppeahid to the
higher courts. .-
SHELTON In a runaway Ssturdav. II,
C. Hansen, who was driving a team hitched
to the running gears of a wagon, near the
depot, Mr. Hansen was dragged some dls
tance and finally one wheel of the waeron
struck him on the head, almost scalping
him. Mr. Hansen is one of the most prom
inent, business men and last season closed
out his store and took up stock feeding,
and at the time of the accident was un
loading material to build a large elevator
on his feeding ranch. A boy In Hansen s
employ and on the wagnn with him was
tnrown oft ana hts nose broken.
GRAND ISLAND A proposition has
been made to the city to purchase twenty
five acres of the Koehler property, lmme
lately - south of the city, for park pur
poses and It Is expected that the same,
with probably some amendments, will be
acceded by the city council at its meet
mg-next-Wednesday evening. The orter
ncludes artificial Jakes covering nine
acres, already made and stocked with
fish, as also A - small grove. The Ross
Investment company mokc-s the offer, hav
lug boutrht the entire Koehler tract and
contemplating the platting of the remainder
ana aaaing it to tne city s assessaoie prop
erty. , . "
BROKEN - BOW A citizens mass meet
thff- will Ka lipid si 'thA rvnAm. hmise Mon
day nlrht for (hit lkirtuiaa of niacins- In
nomination a full-'fehy ticket,- in addition
to the nominations-number of weighty
questions will he -taken en and talked
over. The extension of water mains to
outlvme- districts. t)-jeetlon of sewer
age, enlarging the corporation and taking
in additional resident parts of the city
and building, of a ne wcity hall will an
ha discussed and. aeted uoon in some way.
At tho municipal election on April 6 the
nronosttion or voting sia.uuu Donns ror tne
erection of a city hail and Jail and to equip
a portion of the same for a fire department
will be one of the ptincipai features.
PILES CURED ITt 0 TO 1 DATS.
Paso Ointment Is guaranteed to cure any
case of Itchlns. minti. Kieeoing or pro
truding Piles lit 9 to U days or money re
funded. 60c -.
and Ao it quickly,.' to get the. gas and
pains out of the stomach, to stop
the belching of fermented food, to
sweeten the stomach, quiet the
nervea that Interfere with diges
tion, and then Increase the healthy,
normal action so you can eat your
meals - and not feel sorry for It
afterward, take .
Take this preparation just as
you are told to take It by the Na
tional Formula Committee of the
American Druggists Syndicate and
you will certainly be pleased with
the beneficial results. Directions in
This Is one of the very best of
the safe and harmless remedies
made by the American Druggists
Syndicate and it is not one, but
12.000 men, and all druggists, who
know the value of drugs and med
icines, who advise you to put every
confidence in this remedy.
ThJa advice Is given because these
druggists have thoroughly tested
It themselves and know it is by
far the most dependable remedy
for the stomach that skilled phar
macists can compound, and next to
your physician's prescription the
best remedy known to medicine.
You can verify these statements
in a few minutes by getting a
package of this quick-acting rem
edy at any A, D. S. drug store
where you see this sign on the
window . .
WiA 1 1 OOP CHW Dftfel
t i-ru(, bures,
North 16th Street.
fechaefer's Cut Price Drug Btores,
North 24th Street, South Omaha,
ijchaefer's Cut Price Drug Stores,
N Street, tfoutn omaus.
Reaton Drug Co.. istn and Farnam.
li. 8. King, 24th and Farnam.
Haines Drug Co., ltilO Farnam.
The Bell Drug Co., 1IH Farnam.
Walnut Hill Pharmacy, 40th and Cuming.
Saratoga Drug Co., 14th and Ames Ave.
J. II. Merc hint, lib and Howard.
J no. J. Freytag, 1914 North 24th Street
The Crlsj-ey Pharmacy, 24th and Ijike.
Johnson Drug Co., 24th arid Spauldlng.
B. A. Ueranek. 1402 South lih Mtreet.
Chas. K. I.athrop, 114 North 24th Street.
If. L. PrlbWrnow, IKi North 24th Street.
Forest A Frnton Drug Co., Sttn and i
Streets, South Omaha.
iiell Drug Co., Florence, Neb
CATTLE QUARANTINE CHANGE
Department Will lime New Eeg-ula-tioa
Effective April 1.
snriKa exiles are amended
Arsenical Bolatloa May
Aalntala from Honth
Be I sed on
WASHINGTON. March M.-The Depart
ment ot Agriculture will soon Issue new
regulations governing the movement of
cattle from the are, under quarantine on
account of Texas or tick fever. Theso
regulations will become effectlra about
April 1 and will permit the movement o
cattle from the quarantined area, pro
vlded they are properly dipped under gov
ernment supervision. The new regulations
differ from those hitherto In effect in that
they provide for the employment of an
arsenical dipping fluid, aa well mm for
crude petroleum, which has heretofore
hcon used for the destruction of tho ticks
that transmit the disease, experiments by
the bureau of animal Industry In dipping
cattle In an arsenical solution indicate that
this method of treatment Is sufficiently
effective to be permitted for cattle In
tenaea tor interstate movement for pur
poses other than immediate slaughter.
Regralatlons for Dipping.
The vats In which such dipping Is done
under supervision shall be approved by
the department; they shall have, at their
maximum working capacity, a length of
not less than forty feel at the dip line, a
width of thirty-four to forty Inches and
minimum depth of swim ef five and a half
feet; the sides shall be perpendicular In
stead of sloping, the only slope below the
dip line being that at the end from which
the cattle leave the vat. The slide board
shall he five to five and a half feet long,
wit ha elope of not less than forty-five
degrees. Vats that are already installed,
which have a length of not less than
thirty-five feet at the dip line, otherwise
conforming to the above requirements, ex
cept that they may have sloping sides,
may be approved, provided, of course, that
uiey were well constructed, water tight
and in general good condition. The vats
shall be covered when not In use; shall
be so constructed that water from rain
and overflow cannot run Into them, and
that the drainage Into tho vats from the
drainage pens shall be cut off when thrsy
are not in use.
Naraea and Crado of Arsenic.
In order that the dipping of cattle may
be facilitated, the Department of Agrtoul
ture desires to secure Immediately the
names of manufacturers who can furnish
iv cucue owners or outers interested a
standard grade of white arsenic which
must be finely powdered and guaranteed
to be at least 90 per eent pure. Tho de
partment wishes the manufacturer to place
upon packages intended for use In dlo-
plng a statement guaranteeing that the
arsenic, conforms to the standard of purity
Indicated. Communications on this snblect
should be addressed to the chief of the
bureau of animal Industry, Department of
Agriculture, Washington, I. C. Copies of
tne new quarantine regulations when Is
sued may be obtained on application to
The territory under quarantine for Texas
fever embraces the whole states of Louisi
ana, Alabama and Florida, and ports of
California, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Ar
te ansae, Aennessee, , Mississippi, Georgia.
South Carolina, North Carolina and Vir
ginia. The .area under quarantine has
been reduced by more than ?0, 000 square
miles within, the last three years as a re
sult of the campaign being waged by the
federal and state authorities for the ex
termination of the ticks, and as this work
progresses the quarantine will be removed
from additional territory.
won t experiment wltl. unknown medi
cines when you have a cold. Take Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy and be cured.
NEW YORK BOY FIRST
TO RECOGNjZE DR. COOK
Yonnsr Han Meets Hlas on the
Steamer Soon After It Left
NEW YORK, Maroh 12.-Whlle all the
world was looking for Dr. Cook it re
mained for an amateur djtectlve, a New
York boy of seventeen, to find him. In a
letter received here today by C. B. Rlker,
merchant, from his son Daniel, who
happened to be a passenger on the same
steamer by which Dr. Cook, under the
name of F. Craig, took passage from
Buenos Ayres to Valdlvla, Chile, the par
ticulars are related.
Young Rlker writes that when he em
barked at Montevideo he was surprised to
find an American and his wife on board.
Hts curiosity awakened, he tried to engage 1
him In conversation, but found him evasive :
and reticent. Onoe the wife called hei 1
hutband Fred and once doctor. Immedi
ately the young detective had his clue. Hoi
on the scent, he began to talk about the
"I never saw a fellow get nervous pros
tration before," reads the letter. "I thought
he was going to faint. Ho began talking
about something else and would riot take
his eyes off the table, while his wife got
as red as a beet and also tried to change
Pneumonia always results from a cold
and can be prevented by the timely use of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
First Daae Ball Workout. '
IDOWA CITY, la., March It. (Speolal.)
Coach Ted Greene of the University of
Iowa base ball squad arrives in Iowa City
tomorrow afternoon and on Tuesday the
first official '"workout" of the season will
be the program. Greene was first expected
yesterday, but be was delayed in Des
The diamond on Iowa field Is in good
condition and It is probable that It will be
ready for use In a few days unless unfa
vorable weather sets In. April 8 Is the op
ening game of a long series, with "Pa"
Sohaefer's Davenport Three-I leaguers,
which gives Oreene only a ahrot time to
weed out the large squad and settle the
rerulars down to preparatory practice.
Hemmlngway, the lwa varsity fret base
man, will probably not try for the team
this year as he takes the state law board In
June. Hanson, first base on the freshman
team last year, will be a candidate, and
Murphy, full back and guard on the basket
ball team. Is a high clap first sacker if he
trie,; out for the team. Murphy Intended to
train only In the fall and spring, but when
the disqualification of the basket ball play
ers came hs went out for the basket ball
team and trained practically all winter.
This may prevent bis trying for the base
Ojtfteld positions will furnish puzzles for
Coch Greens, but there Is plenty of ma
terial both of veterans and ntw men for
most of the other places on the varsity.
Anfcora Wants In SI Ink Leasrae.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb., March 12. Spe
clal.) Representatives of the Auburn base
bsll team were hero last evening and made
formal application to enter the Mink
league and made the proper showing that
the requisite amount of money had been
pledged and that a first-class team had
been secured. Red Oak, la., haa also made
application to enter the league and this
will make it an eight-team league. The
officers and directors of the league meet
In this city next Thursday and at that
time all final arrangements will be com
pleted for the formation of the league and
the rules adopted. All money will bs posted
at that time and the league will become a
real living, breathing and animated thing.
This will make one of the strongest minor
lesruee In thin Mrt of the country and
will have eight trong towns. This will
mean thet four games of hall will be
Slaved In eech of the towns esch week.
. eoretsrv J. R. Bonwell haa .-vet -ythlnu
arranged for the Thursday meeting and
the meeting will be followed by a banquet.
Parrell yrnp Ready to Ran.
Among the amateur teams already orga
nized and ready for business as soon as
the base ball season opens Is the Farreil
Syrup Factory team, with Wlllard yulgley
as manager. Tho lineup will be: Ogden,
catch; Caughlan, center field; Krlrksnn,
left field; Atkins, third base; McCrearv,
short; Hrungardt. second base; Quiglcy,
flrjt base; Hamilton, pitch and right field;
Paknle, pitch; Humback, pitch and right
Oakland to Have Team.
OAKLAND, Neb.. March U.-(Speclal )
A meeting of base ball enthusiasts was
held at the Athletic association's rooms
Frldsy evening, and steps were taken to
orgsnlse a base bsll team here for the
coming season. Andrew Jensen was elected
mannaer and Robert 8torm captain. Every
effort will be made to give Oakland a
first class team.
High School Team Busy.
LYONS. Neb., March 12.-8peclal.)-The
Lyons High school boys have organised a
base bnll tenm, rented grounds in Knfield
park and are getting exceedingly anxious
to be the first this spring to plsy any other
equally enthusiastic high school team.
The efficacy of ChamDerlaln'a Liniment
in the relief of rheumatism Is being demon
LYONS WOMAN KILLS II ICR SELF
Mra. Edward Sabln Commits Suicide
by Shooting- Sunday Afternoon.
LYONS, Neb., March 13.-(Speclal Tele
gram.) Mrs. Mae Sabln committed suicide
at tho home of John Cooney, eight miles
east of Lyons, at 1 o'clock this afternoon
a coroners inquest is now being held. She
and her husband were alone at the house.
excepting some small children. The hus
band. Ed Sabln, gave the alarm to th
neighbors, running quickly across the road
and crying, "Come quickly! Mae has shot
herself!" The couple have been married
about five years and came from Williams,
la., and are keeping house for Mr. Cooney
The cause will not be known until the cor
oner renders a verdict
CHARLES M. HILL IS DEAD
Former Mayor of Kearney Dies Sud
denly Sunday Morning-.
KEARNEY, Neb., Maroh lS-(Speclal Tel
egram.) Charles M. Hull, ex-mayor and
one of the prominent business men of this
city, died quite suddenly at 11 o'clock this
morning. Mr. Hull had been a rheumatlo
sufferer for several years, and during the
last few weeks had been confined to his
home, although the last week he had been
feeling much better and wns about the
city on Saturday. A sudden attack of the
old complaint on Sunday morning affected
his heart. Mr. Hul) Is survived by hts
widow and two children, a son and
danghter. Flags at the olty hall are now
at half-mast In honor of his memory.
Kearney Wants Better Service.
KEARNEY, Neb., March 13.-(Speclal.)-
The Kearney Commercial club has been
making Inquiries Into the service of the
Union Paclflo between Kearney and Orand
Island and find that the majority of the
towns along the line desire to have a
motor or local passenger .placed In service
so the round trip to Kearney and bafck
could be made In a day. The present
service obliges the patrons to either spend
the night in Kearney or arrive at their
homes at Inconvenient hours. As the dif
ferent commercial clubs In the towns along
the line offer to co-operate with Kearney
and request better service, It is thought
the railroad will grant this request.
A Dangrerona Wound
Is rendered antiseptic by Bucklens Arnica
Salve, the healing wonder far sores, burns,
pllea, eczema and salt rheum. 2uc. For
salo by Beaton Drug Co.
Life Sentence for Gee Gongr.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 12.-Llfn Im
prisonment waa the sentence Imnosed to
day on Gee Gong, convicted of the murder
of Yee Yut, during the Tong war in the
Chinese quarter last November. The Judge
said he was convinced that the first trial
resulted In disagreement because bribery
had been resorted to. He also scored thn
police for permitting a feud war in the
heart of the city.
Belmont and Bride Sail.
NEW YORK. March 12. Aumist Belmont
and his bride, who was Eleanor Kohson, the
KLccress, scuiea coaay on tne steamship
Berlin for a honeymoon trip to the Med
iterranean, where they will cruise on a
For Nebraska Fair and mild.
Temperature at Omaha yesterday:
OFFICE OF THM WFiATHER BUREAU.
OMAHA. March IS. Official record ot tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding period of the last three
years: UIA. uxn. 19(. 1907.
Maximum temperature,... K 11 51 it
Minimum temperature 44 20 gt 22
Mean temperature 69 24 48 lis
Precipitation 00 .00 .00 .21
Temperature and precipitation departures
from the normal at Omaha since March 1,
and compared with the last two years:
Normal temperature 34
Excess for the day Is
Total excess since March 1 207
Normal precipitation... 03 Inch
Deficiency for the day 03 Inch
pre'-ltttatlon since March 1 trace
Deficiency since March 1 60 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, 1909 07 Inch
Deficiency for cor. period, 11W8 19 Inch
L. A. WELSH, Local Forecaster.
Don't Be Deaf
Just try the Acoustlcon and If It
doesn't make you hear don 't buy it.
tN, You're ntrltetful if you
auow your Bearing to remain
Deamess is no longer a con
dition that must be endured.
II your eyetight was weak,
you'a wear glmzses and see,
Suray your neanaf De
serves the seme sid.
The Aenushton is to the
tart exactly what glasses are
-Tgy-- ' .mm n . Hour. Deg.
jW ) m' ?!ft- a. m 4K
ttzzy a v' 7 m
S o ' ' m
rJ-r a. m g
JS7TJ 10 a. m 62
V-O Tjt 11 a. m H2
7Wka. W m 64
fiM jj" 1 p- m M
AfAC 2 p. m 63
f 34AX P- m 66
4 P- m 85
I JrT I P. m ! fa
Lff I 7 p-m
to the eyes a mmtUtt nttorativ to tks state's
Aoa'ht Aeousticoa It adjusted each IndU
viatwl't hearing, aa the tight it fitted by th
Sue you caaaot purchase aa Acoutticon until
you bare first triti it, and bcea made to bear
without (train or effort.
Some IS. CX people new wear this tlmple. iacoo
splctwut deic. . .
Leadisr Churches and Tbeatrrs throurhotit
tb cunlrr and public building t at Wnsainstoa
are eauipped with Aeoutttcons a rsowraable
tribute to their efbetcner-
A trial will conclusively prove to you its won
derful efficiency. ,
i ut this out of The Bee now while you
thl ik ot It, and call at our office for a
free fitting and demostratlun. If at a dis
tance, write, and we will tell you how
you may test It In your own home.
GEJTEBAX. ACOUSTIC COMPASTT
K. M TI'ltNKK, President
U N. Y. LIFE BUM., OMAHA NKFl.
Home Offioe, 188S Broadway, Hew York.
Factory, Jamaica, New York.
. .. .rtTLTq
Hooker County . i
Man Said to Be
in Great Danger
Got. Shallenberper Gets Letter Saylnj
0. K. Hamilton lias Suffered for
Helping; to Land Frauds.
LINCOLN, Neb., March IS. Governor
Shallenberger today received a letter
from Mullen, Hooker county, saying the
belief Is prevalent there that O. R. Ham
ilton haa been killed by a mob or Is held
a prisoner by men who resented Ms ac
tivity In assisting secret service men en
gaged in fund fraud Investigation. Ham
ilton conducted a law and real estate of
fice and disappeared soon after he had
traveled over the country with the secret
service men. The letter. Which asks the
governor to take action says Hamilton's
property was destroyed and he wus
warned to cease his activity. The date of
his disappearance Is not given.
Renew Search for Bodies.
WATERXOWN. S. D., March 13.-(Spo-clal.)
Mayor J. W. Mtrtln, assisted by H.
L. Hopkins, pre.Mdont of trus IJuslness Men's
union, Is making preparations to renew the
search for William Johnson and Jerry Kel
ley, w'ho were supposed to have been
drowned In a marsh near this cliy last fall.
For several necks last fall a search was
made for the boys, but the slough froao
over before tho bodies were found. Now
the officials plan to renew the work as
soon as the weather moderates. Hoth. boys
are from prominent families In the city and
Interest In the work Is very keen.
Pneumonia fo'.tov.-o o:d, but never fol
lows the use of Foley's Honey and Tar,
which stops the coi)th, heals the lungs and
expels the cpld from the system. 8old by
Iowa News Notre.
CR PISTON Word was received here yes
terday that Frank Galhreath. a former res
ident of tills county, hud died at his homo
In LuFtk, Wyo. His wife was a former
Greenfield woman, and he was well known
In this and Adair counties.
CRMSTON The big clock to. be used In
the Young Men's Chrlxtlan association cam
paign for funds has arrived here and been
set up in a prominent position near the
Burlington depot, and on Tuesday after
noon at 1 o'clock It will be set for a 136,000
trip around the dial,
CRESTON-John Hall the veteran Ice
man, well known over the state for his
fighting proclivities against the HiniliiRton
railroad, was awarded a Judgnu?nt against
that organization vesterrlav for the sum of
$U, alleged due him for overcharges on
freight sent over that road by him.
CRIQSTON Hamilton A Schwartz, pav
ing contractors, have signed up the con
tract and furnished the 110,000 bond required
as an evidence of good faith for 25.0(111
square yards of paving to be added to that
already In this city, and will begin work
Just as soon as the weather conditions will
CRESTON State Superintendent Rlirgs,
while traveling on a Northwestern train
west of Dennlson, Thursday night, knocked
down and vlgoroufly pounded a drunken
rowdy who whs on tne same tram and
(persisted In walking down the aisle of the
car and knocking or the hat or every pas
senger he wassed. The drunken fellow had
terrorized "ooth passengers and train crew,
but when he reached Superintendent Rlat
he ran up against a dlxctpllnarlRn who was
, little new to mm. Tne state educator
pummelea tho toucn in sucn a manner ne
begged for mercy, and finally the fellow
was helped by some of -the train. crew to
the vestibule out of Rlggs' righteous Indig
nation, where he was put off at West Side.
1 1 lmmi v 10Bw
"W0 AtXCWT :1T JUHN YT"J KM1
Kanyon's Paw Paw PUIS eonx the lives
Into activity by g-catle methods. 1 hey do
not scour, gripe or weaken. They are m
tonic te the stomach, liver snd nerves
Invigorate Instead of Weaken. They eu
rich the blood and essble the stomach to
ret sll the nourishment from food that IS
put Into It These pills contain no calo
mels they r soothing, hesllna " -tilntlra-.
For sale by all druggist In 10
and 25c slm. If yon need medtcak Sd
vice, write Munyon's Doctors. They w!l
advise to the best of their shnity sbso
lately free of Chars-e. MUNYON'S. 4
aad JcVcrsoa Sts PalladalpeJa, Pa.
Send 10 cents for trial package.
Cleans and Polishes any
thing: Held, Silver, Plated
Ware, Glut, Nickel, Copper,
Brau.Tin and Btcel. Remove
tarnish tattly aad quickly and
imparts aa snnTse4 brilliancy. Cats tnr
Ihcr lasts longer Uttt eiaentlve. The stand
ard of excellence for over 40 years, rtrtecfly
karsileu. Refute substitute.
nuUlfld ua relH of address.
The Cimcro SlUcen Co.. W Cliff St., Kw York,
fail by Creecrs snd Drsf gifts Everywhere.
rnnn Ffll? Weak and nervous met
f uuu iua wllo flnd tnelr power u
NFRVF? work and youthful vlgoi
none as a result of over
work or mental exertion should tak
GRAY'S NERVE FOOD PILLS. Thty will
make you eat and sleep and be a tnaa
II Bom; 3 boxes fa. BO by mall.
IXEBMAB (s HCCOSNELL BiUU CO,
Oor. lath and Dodge Streets.
owl nu.ua comvahy,
Oor. 16th aad Xarusj Sts. Omaha, Htb.
II rvt dollar on (err thl tvtmof
SVENSK OCrl CHGtUKTRYCKNIIKi
Cat. Svtry li 8il6j lira, t-erlurwaaae S
This week: Krarik Fogarty, Mis K
Taylor, l'ddle Iunard urn! to, Kr.lgl
Hi o. and Marlon bawteilo. The all
Imgwell, I"ji.ovan and Arnold, Kramer at
Pclieck, The Klnodrome and The Orpt.eu'
Concert Orchestra. Prices 10c, 'iio and Sou
one r;wvkiNLY b't.k-s tminos
TN t ftA 1 night voytj) cuka Y!um
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