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TIIK RKK; OMAHA. Tl'KSDA V. MAlUll
ed and according to nell in
i part to the new certification law
4 , . , ! quires eight wc-ks normal training
uncoin irienai or Mr. Bryan Say ; teachers to secure crrtifcates.
Leader Hai Been Misquoted. j nit Rate.
. . ' Attorney General Thompson ha been In-
' strueted bv tha railway commission to nro-
DOUBT MADE PLEDGE NOT TO RUN
against the Burlington for changing
n laraa LlOlintV UptlOIl
hich re- 'a
to Form Plans
W. R. rrlre of Lincoln Will Soon
File fop tailed Plates Senator
a rate without permission of the commi.-, State Meetine of Those Favorable to
Men. It lit charged that the Burlington . y , , , . .
auh roiicy neia ai uncoia
Bid for Endorsement.
I sion. 11 in cnargeo. inai me mirungion
changed Its rule governing the milling In
transit. Cnder the old rules millers had a
milling In transit rate good for six month.".
This was changed by the railroad It In
charged, so that a Joint ag-nt could Inspect
the amount of the proposed shipments.
This forced the miller to ship the finished
iFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
.... .,.. .nrimj product at the local rate
in" fiirmrni in me announcement or
(I M. Hitchcock as a senatorial candidate
Telephone Compear Iteqnret.
that Mr. Bryan had informed him that Th Llncoln Telephone company has
hi dr tin clreumstsmes would be be a
asked permission of the Railway commls-
csndldate for the senate has r.u.H . hi.. : inn ' """h o he amount of IXw.rO.
cusslon here. of thl" mount S20.) will be spend In
In other mords. those close to Mr. Bryan ' "e coun,Jr nd ,he remainder will be ex
here are of the opinion he lias been mis
quoted by Mr. Hitchcock through misunder
standing mhat Rryan really said to him,
C. W. Bryan, of course, would not dis
cuss the statement for publication. Others,
however, were of the opinion Mr. Bryan
would not say to Mr. Hitchcock In private
regarding the senatorial race what he
would not say to the public.
Theee democrats said Mr. Bryan prob
ably Informed Mr. Hitchcock that he did
not desire to be a candidate for the senate,
was not a candidate and hoped no con
tlngency would arise which would make It
necessary for him to run.
When Mr. Bryan was asked to make
statement Just before leaving Uncoln on
the senatorial question, herepeated what Is
printed above and he also said to watch
the Commoner for anything that he might
have to say In the future. From the most
reliable sources It Is learned that Mr. Bryan
A, 1 as never said he would not he a candi
date under any circumstances either for the
senate or the presidency. Those who are
emphatic In this say Mr. Hitchcock has
either misquoted the presidential candidate
through a misunderstanding In order to
keep him out of the race, or to get him to
wipe out that "sting of Ingratitude."
Prices Soon to Announce.
W. B. Price- will very shortly probablv
tomorrow, announce his candidacy for the
democratic nomination for fnlted States
Mr. Prlca has been considering this que
r some weeits and the announcement
or uilbert M. Hitchcock this morning de
cided him to get' Into the race at once.
Mr. Price might now be In congress had
not some of his very good friends filed his
name as a candidate for state auditor while
he slept at the snitch. He had Intended
filing for congress and had so announced,
hut those who did not want to make the
race stole a march on him.
Mr. Price expect to run on the Bryan
platform and aa neither O. M. Hltohcock
nor W. H. Thompson have publcly endorsed
that platform, he naturally expects the
upport of the Bryan organization In Ne
braska. Mr. Price received the democratic nomina
tion for etate auditor at the primaries In
the last campaign and ran ahead of any
one else on the democratic ticket except
From out In the state the Lincoln lawyer
fins received numerous letters from tem
perance democrats, who have urged him
to run for the senate, while others have
urged him to make the race for governor.
Aa he ran for audlton, while advocating
county option, Mr. Price believes he fills
the Bryan bill. He, recently had a' confer-
enee with C. W. Bryan, but whether that
had anything to do with his coming an
nouncement la not known at this time,
j Verm Normal Growth.
Recent articles In the democratic press
and In the publication with which Presi
dent Crabtree or Peru was actively con
nected, when elected to his present posi
tion, ax to the effect that Mr. Craberee
la responsible for the splendid library at
the school as well as for the new build
ings, which are on the campus. In one of
these articles It Is slated that at present
the library contains 20,000 volumes and
that a few years ago It contained only a
When Mr. Crabtree took charge of the
school six years ago, the library contained
Just 1S.0W volumes, according to the re
port he made to the board at that time
and which la published In the 1904 biennial
report of W. K. Fowler, then superintend
ent of public construction.
According to the report, Dr. Clark made
te the board, he being succeeded by Mr.
Crabtree. the library was practically re
Jhnslmred during the four years Dr.
Clark was the head of the school. It was
not catalogued and unorganised and ac
cessible to the students only a short period
each day. When Dr. Clark was forced to
give way to Crabtree. the llbray mas open
sll day and until :30 o'clock at night,
Clark having employed three persons
n the llbray In place of one emplayed.
ken he became principal of the school.
Mr. Crabtree's own report shows that the
library has been Increased In the six years
only, t.000 volumes. . .
Aa. a matter of fact the new gymnasium
an dthe new chapel had almost been com
pleted before Dr. Clark left the institution
o rat least they had been started. All of
which la set out In the report of Mr. Crab
tree made at the time he took charge of
The reports Indicate that the attendance
pended In and around Lincoln. To take i n
outstanding paper, 177,000 Is asked.
W. L PALMER, CLAY COUNTY
EDITOR. DIES SUDDENLY
Pioneer Newspaper Mao of Mesrsika
Strlrkea Formerly I. Ire
CLAY CENTER. March 14. -(Special. -W.
L. Palmer died here about 11 o'clock last
night of apoplexy, Mrs. Pslmer heard him
breathing heavily after he retired and on
Investigation found him dying. A physician
was railed, but life was extinct when he
arrived. Mr. Pslmer wss f7 yearo of age,
his birthday being yesterday, the day of his
death. He was the owner and publisher of
the Clny Center Sun. which he founded In
this city In ISM. and has continuously been
Its publisher except for about six months
In 1X98, when he went to Hastings and
helped found the Hastings News, a dally
publication. He leaves a widow and two
children, a daughter. Fay. who recently
married Prof. Q. K. Boggs of Hastings, and
a son, Clarence Palmer, who Is a linotype
operator and printer In Sioux City, la.
Mr. Palmer came from Eddyvllle, la., to
Clay Center In 1S84. at which place he had
been engaged In the newspaper business
since the close of the civil war. He was
a member of the Grand Army of Republic,
having served three years In the Plxty
seventh Iowa Infantry. He was a prisinor
for eleven months at Tyler's Mill, Tex. At
the time of his death ha was a member
of the Knlghte of Pythias of this city
and also the Ancient Order of United
Workmen. His death records the passing
of a pioneer who has been Identified with
the history of Clay county, he having taken
an active part through the columns of his
newspaper In all the events going to make
the history of this county. He recently
fitted up a new office and waa splendidly
equipped for printing, getting new presses
and new equipment.
FEAR OF TESTIMONY AT TRIAL
DRIVES WOMAN TO SUICIDE
Mrs. Sablai of Lyons LenTes Note
Tenia Why She Took Her
LYONS. Neb., March 14. (Special.)
"After what Crawford said this mornin?,
I cannot bear to live any longer. Take
good care of the children. Good by every
body." This was the note left by Mrs. Mae
Sabln, who shot herself near here Sunday.
Tha coroner's verdict was to tha effect
that she came to her death by a pistol
shot In her own hand. Her maiden name
was Stlpp and her relatives live at Wlndon,
Minn., and his relatives live at Williams, la.
Tha causes that led up to the suicide
are said to ba Jealousy which existed be
tween the husband and wife on account of
suspicions entertained toward Jack Craw
ford by the husband. This led the husband
to take their child and leave home, the
wife going to one of the neighbors.
TWO COUNTIES FAIL TO AGREE
Dodge and Snnnders Beards at- Log
rerheads Over Bridge Sltam
tloa at Fremont.
FREMONT. Neb., March 14.-(Speclal
Telegram.) The Dodge county supervis
ors and the Sunders county commissioners
met in Joint session today and accom
plished practically nothing. A resolution
by Dodge county, to replace the nine
spans of the Platte river bridge, which
were carrledout, with ateel and Iron waa
turned down by Saunders county. Their
resolution to replace the spans with the
old style piling met the same fate at the
hands of the Dodge county coard. Neither
board seemed to yield a point to the
other, both standing cat. Another ti
meeting will be held at Wahoo Thursday,
with bright prospects of an agreement.
The rural free delivery carrier Is ob
liged to cut out the heaviest part of his
route and while the passenger ferry and
both railroads are bringing a good many
over, the situation is anything but satisfactory.
(From a Staff Correspondent. I
LINCOLN. March 14 ( Special.) The
state meeting of county option advocates
was held this sfternoon and tonight at St.
Paul's church about 500 attenudlrig the
afternoon meeting. Ex-Oovernor Hanly of
Indiana was the principal speaker st both
Two typical representatives of the demo
cratic party, speaking for the party. In
sisted that county option should and would
be adopted by the state of Nebraska. These
typical representatives were Lysis Abbott
of Omaha, late defeated democratic candi
date for attorney general, and W. B. Price,
late defeated democratic candidate for stste
auditor. Two speakers, credited to the re
publican party, spoke of "The Republican
Party and County Option." They were C.
H. Aldrlch, late defeated candidate for the
republ'can nomination for congteas In the
Fourth district, who voted against county
option In the legislature of 1S07, and E. r.
Brown of Lancaster county.
Josper L. MeBrlen called the meeting to
order and Introduced T. M. Wlmberly,
head of the Temperance I'unlon of Ne
braska, who Intum Introduced C. B. Ander
son of Crete, who preelded. Mr. Anderson
had Just returned this afternoon from
Oklahoma, and he came back a full
fledged believer In the policy of county
option and so announced upon taking the
chair. The Few Mr. Rogers prayed and
Miss Kendall sang.
I.ysle Abbott of Omaha was the first
speaker and he ssld he had been selected
aa the "pace maker' for the other speakers
to follow, because he had come from
Omaha and "anyone from Douglas county,
Who has anything to do with temperance,
has to go some.' Mr. Abbott explained
that he was for county option because
the country V the unit for taxation and
the county has to pay the costs in the
prosecution of case growing out of the
sale of liquor. For theae reasons and
others, he said, the entire county should
decide whether there should be any saloons
In a county.
W. B. Price said he was for county option
"because he wss a democrat" and "It Is
aa natural for a democrat to bo against a
monopoly and trust aa It Is for a duck to
take to water." The "liquor trust," he
said was the biggest trust of them all and
for that reason all democrats should be for
Senator Aldlch, who Is a candidate for
the republican nomination for governor,
followed In behalf of county option and
told how David City, his home, had
prospered financially under the dry town
Then came E. P. Brown, Mayor Mc
Conaughy of Holdrege, who brought down
a delegation of fifteen men, A. O. Wolfen
berger, Superintendent Elliott, Prof. Car
son, Mrs. Claflln and the Rev. Mr. Shep
herd. All this occurred before the coming of
Governor Hanly, who did not reach the
city until 3:30 o'clock.
Senator Cain of Richardson county was
unable to be present owing to the recent
death of hia 6-year-old son.. Instead he
sent a letter endorsing the movement for
county option. Mr. MeBrlen proposed res
olutions of sympathy which were adopted
At the afternoon session a resolution
was adopted demanding that all political
partiea In Nebraska endorse county option
and Insert a plank to that effect in their
platforms. It waa also decided to hold
another meeting tomorrow.
one. H took only a couple of das f.r the
committee to laise sufficient fiunl by
stock subscriptions to Insure the financial
part of the project and st a meeting held
recently the following officers were elected: !
President. Dr. Be k: sec retary. A. H. ;
Staley. A bosrd of directors consisting of j
A. C Felt. W. F Nelhsuse snd G. I..
Klsher In conjunction w ith the president '
and secretary wns also elected. The
grounds will be lorated ,iear the Republi
can river in a nattirel and beautiful grove.
More Capital Talk.
YORK. Neb.. March 14. (Special.) York
want s the state capital and at the next
meeting of the York Commercial club a
resolution will be offered that If the csp
Ital be removed from. Lincoln, evety effort
be made by York's commercial organiza
tion to have the capital located at York.
KAter s hut n litt'e sv off
Kery(hlng seems to take on A new
aspect st Fater. even human kiml
feels a desire to hud out In hrlglit
snsv Nature Is preparing riglit n v
to show slens f awakening Yli
ilnn't yi'ii follow nature's eNAirpIe an. I
come today snd select thoee new
clothes? You isn't possibly compli
ment nature more thsn to blossom
nut tn n ivtni-Snnnson Suit nt K.aster
Your Money Back On Demand
THK HOME OK Ql'AI.lTY CliOTHES
Debate at Sattoa.
SUTTON, Neb.. March 14.-(Speclal.)-At
the debating contest held In the' opera
house here Saturday evening the subject,
"Resolved that labor unions are beneficial"'
was won by the Sutton team of three
This Marvelous Health Vibrator
Rciiere Suffering Cure Disea
Whea you Sort yeorself yea rub the spot When
year bead aches yea rab your teaples. Wbyf Because
vibration Is Nature's own remedy. Bad robbing is Na
ture's erode way o creating vibration aad starting tbe
blood to going. Disease is only aaotber name for con
gestion. Where there is disease or pain there yon will
nod tbe blood congested and stagnant. Tkrro can bo
no pain or disease where the red blood flows in a
run ana steady atream. Good circulation meant
good health. Congested circulation means dis
ease and pain.
TWrs b (Mr On DISEASE. CmMm
Tsars b Onb- Cos CUBA taxmWoai
Is the mil.,1 iHvamh, . .V... m , , ,u,i.
V. It lm
15.U) vibrations per minute luS times more
tnan la noasihi with in. Ma wm
o maaaaire. It Is a light, compact instrument.
bead over the ri.hl .tfH .riV..' w"" OM by moving the steel
weighs twentv ... ... fc J " l'?ht. compact Instrument,
h any pa
seat. U,. i!-..
It It Nature s w. r.ml i.li . ' wun any part ot the tody.
aenda ti.. red ii ..kT. " ""-n,r'a. aad with one I
WHAT IT DOES TO DLSFAtr ivn Tt.u
BJl f . oT4 rUss
part, gvta stopped on Its war through th. .v.i.L " aoono particular
Is th. only thmg. as It Ii the only ay to roach the inn.? urriX. J ? n ' ibr",l"
e.o. In the .urach?lorT5"Z cV'"f co-
Wa.or to h. stomach. I. s,".a thctZm!SttZJ-r ft
action aad brings about relief Instantly. M . rogules the
Few a UmiUd Time, $2.50. Regular Prico, 5.00 MAIt
, ruW if w .,Ufid. frosaWmi ORDERS
r1, l r aTbeneaa ft MoOonu-U, Sot. a.- HLUED
M.lal btamping Co.. N.w lorn. blUnTAgenU. ""
Trlbote to Dead Otndrnt.
CRETE, Neb., March 14.-(Special.)-Mrmorlal
exercises were held In the Doane
college chapel yesterday afternoon in mem
ory of J. Arthur Werts, a student who
died recently. Wlllard Craig, a member
of his society, read a passage of scripture.
I.orin Jones, an Intimate friend, gave a
full account of his life. Arthur Wendland
spoke of his work In the Conservatory of
Mtsic. Prof. Bennett spoke of the prom
inent place ho held In the life of the col
lege, and Dr. Cowan referred to his serv
ices to the church and tn its choir. In con
sequence of his death the trip of the Glee
club, planned for the Easter recess, has
been given up.
Cement Plaat Order. Machinery.
StTEItlOR, Neb.. March It. (Special.)
The Nebraska Portlsnd Cement compiiny
has plated Its order for new machinery
for the cement plant. The machinery Is
to be the latest and most up-to-date manu
factured. Nebraska fsi titri.
FA IRMONT The Wsldeck - Tomesek
trial was finished Saturday. Mr. Tome
sek was fined $10 and costs.
IIKPCBMCAN CITY The Da Id Cole
Creamej company hss began the erection
of a building on Main street to acommo
date Its business.
FAIRMONT The special services tn the
Congregational church conducted by
Charles Wheeler. D. D., of Kansas City
closed Sunday night.
SUTTON The wedding of Mr. Christian
Kast and Miss Kate Rnemlch took place
at the home of the bride's parents north
of town.' The ceremony was performed by
Rev. Mr. Zogg.
REPUBLICAN CITY At the annual
meeting of the Commerplal State bank of
this city the directors voted to increase
the paid up cspltsl stock from I0.ii to
tJO.Onu. When the bank was started a few
years ago tho paid up capital stock vw
REPUBLICAN CITY Emm Lena Runeh.
aged 29, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Hunch, living six miles north of this city,
died of tuberculosis In Montezuma county,
Colo., last week. Funeral servlcts were
held in the Congregation church at Alma.
Neb., conducted by Rev. O. K. Jones of
FRIEND The residences of John IT. Bnll
and that of Mrs. Klmyra Humphrey were
entered by burglars at an esrly hour yes
terday morning. In both cases the dcors
weer not locked and the thieves hnd no
trouble in gaining an entrance. Between
J.t and M was secured at either plnce. The
job Is attrthuated to local talent. Dressier
drawers were pretty thoroughly starched
NEBRASKA CITY The marralge of
Harry Andrews and Miss Pearl Pirrre at
Omaha on Saturday was a surprise to their
many friends In this city. The groom Is
one of the head bookkeepers at the Mor-ton-Oregson
packing plant and the bride
the daughter of Conductor Frank Piprce
6? the Burlington, and has been a resident
of this city for several years. They will
make this city their home.
REPUBLICAN CITY As a result of be- ,
Ing attacked by a bull. John Hunt, living
six miles northeast of here, is suffering
from a broken ankle, a fractured rib and I
a number, of other bruises. Mr. Hunt was I
alone In f the pasture when the enraged
beast, attacked him. His pocket knife be
ing his only weapon, he managed to stab
the animal In the eye. It was very for
tunate for Mr. Hunt that tho anlmai had
NEBRASKA CITY-Mrs. Mary A. Tib
bits, one of the pioneers of this section,
died at the home of her son,. E. D. Tib
Its In this city and was burled today.
She was bom In Massachusets seventy
nine years ago, and was married In 1157
and came to this city to make their homo
and get a start in the world. The husband
died a number of yearn ago. Iraving a
wife, three sons and a daughter. All of
the children survive the mother.
NEBRASKA CITY At the annual meet
ing of Post D. Travelers' Protective asso
ciation, held at the Wto(V hotel, the fol
lowing officers were elected for the ensuing
year: President, w. p. sergeant; vice pres
ident, o. A. Biscnor; secretary ana treas
urer, R. J. Olsen. Delegates to the state
convention: W. P. Bargeant, W. S. Cor
nutt, L. P. Utterback; W. H. Penn, R. ,T.
Olson, A. P. Stafford, Roy Wright. J. R.
Golden. E. J. von Glllern and E. K.
Bradley. It waa decided to try and eKct
L. P. Utterback as president of the state
organization and secure the meeting of
the association In this city In 191. The
following were elected as delegates to the
national convention, which meets at Chat
tanooga, Tenn., the latter part of May: L.
P. Utterback and E. J. von Ulllern.
I h mm
IN ONE OF OUR SPRING SUITS
If you are accustomed to merchant tailorings, but find It impossible;
to accustom yourself to tho merchant tailor's delays and shortcomings -this
itore Is for you.
Our Spring Sulla aro as nearly perfect In every way as It l possible
for clothes to be really I boy are ready for you Jien you are ready for
i hem. Almost every day some man who baa never beforn worn a ready-for-service
garment, comes in bere to look and walks out in one of our
matchless suits satisfied in hia own mind that he has sacrificed uothlnR
he has before enjoyed in repard to personal appearance, but has been
recompensed considerably both financially and mentally bv bis decision
to wear our clothes. We'd like to do tbe same for you.
Prices run from $10.00 to $35.00 but ovr; $15.00,
$20.00 and $25.00 are wonder workers.
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Most anybody can buy a new house
Right now there are lots of new modern houses offered for
sale, houses that have been built in the past year. They were
built to supply the demand of a growing city and are offered for
sale at very low prices and ton very easy terms a few hundred
dollars down, the balance monthly like rent.
Lots of these houses will be advertised for sale in Thursday's
Bee. Ix)ok them' over make your selection and buy now, before-'
the prices go up. ' ,
Thursday is home day
by u blow In the solar
(Continued from First rage)
stating his purpose to seek any evidence
that might be found.
"We understood that the money used In
the races had been taken from a safety
deposit vault in the bank and was in the
house." said Swcnson. "I sought anything
In the nature of personal property which
could be used for evidence."
C. M. McCain, pool hall keeper, arid
lghbors Lome Forward.
YORK, Neb., March 14 (Special )
Within twelve hours I fter the home of . mike from Denver, was recalled by the
William Umon, a tinner employed by A. prosecution to Identify a letter. The de
C. Snyder, was burned, citizens raised a ! f.nse took advantage of the oDDortunltv
purse which at this time Is approaching
nearly $000. Mr. Lemon and family barely
escaped from the burning building that
he had worked nights on to complete. He
had no insurance, but with the money
being raised and work and material con
tributed he will be able to build another
ew Odd Fellows' Heme.
rORK. Neb., March 11 (Special.) The
plans of the new Nebraska 8tate Odd Fel
lows' home at Tork will soon be printed.
The new building will be built of stone
and will be five stories in height, hn this
building will be the very best arrange
ment of rooms, a school room and every
thing necessary to make It fireproof and
sanltarv. The present building will prob
ably be ued by offiicals. Within two
weeks advertisements will be published
asking for bids.
It lea I.teense Ticket.
UT1CA, Neb.. MarchM . (Special.)-A
high license caucus was held Saturday
evening. William Tiemeyer and C. C. Nel
son were the successful nominees for the
Tho election will be held Tuesday, April
I. There Is no likelihood at the present
time that another ticket will be placed In
the field, as no other caucus has been
to take on McCain. An attempt was made
by the defense to make McCain admit that
the fight in which he and George Qulmhy
of Denver, a friend, were worked by the
defeat of Ed McCoy was a legitimate con
test. Emmet Tinley, Mabray's lawyer, as usual
sought to make the witness throw mud on
himself. McCain testified he had been
miner, stock dealer, horseman, water
dealer, pool hall keeper and teamster. The
witness was thoroughly blistered by the
ever Was a Bookie.
"Have you not been a bookie?" asked the
"No," I've played the race, but never
made a book."
I ep. The little fellow ran under him
and hit him low. H knocked his feet
higher'n his head, six foot in the air," re
plied McCain, "lie lit on his face and the
back of his neck both at once."
Ed McCoy, the fighter-defendant, sitting
directly In front of the witness, shook with
suppressed swells of laughter.
"Now wouldn't such a blow, delivered in
such a way, result In a knock-out 999 time
out of a 1.000?" asked Tinley, referring to
the mighty swat of one fighter, Casey.
"I object to that as calling for a conclu
sion of the witness." interposed Attorney
Stewart for the prosecution.
"The witness Is an expert," replied
Asqulth ot the defense.
McCain was allowed to answer, but said
he would not stake his reputation.
Marts Tells III Tale.
Frank R. Marts, county merchant mike
from the verdure of 1'olk City, la., the
victim of a wrestling match between de
fendant T. S. tolilnson. Farmlngton, la.,
also charged with being a steerer for the
deal, and the justly celebrated Mr. Murphy,
Mabray wrestler, related tils coming to
Council Bluffs to leave $3,000. Kd Leach,
also a defendant, was connected with this
1-nse under the name of Riley.
"The Millionaire's Club of Omaha" be
came the title of the athletic miking farce
presented fur the entertainment of Marts.
Mr. Mabray figured as a member of this
exclusive organization of sportive wealth.
This club existed In June, 19D7, and was
reorganized undpr other names after the'
departure of Marts.
Being dissatisfied with the first match
an hour Monday morning by the tardiness ' for o
of I. W. Boen, a Juror from Harlan.
waa slightly ill over Sunday.
uid you tell yuimby that this was a i which cost him J1.000. Marts . .
i e'"tn j a
(second, which, by rare coincidence, went
the same way to the cost of 12,000 In
fixed deal here at Council Bluffs?"
"Yes, I did," replied McCain.
"Fixed against you?"
"Nope, didn't know it was fixed that
"Now about that Tght; wasn't McCoy
Robbers w In Clear.
BEATRICE. Neb., March 14.-Speelal
Telegram.) The section foreman at Tate,
Neb., today notified Sheriff Schniek that
he found the railroad velocipede used by
tho Virginia robbers in making their escape
near that place. It Is now believed the
tobbers had some kind of a conveyance
near, where they d-aerted the velocipede,
which aided them In getting away. 1
. Bnrkley Fares t'bnrge.
BEATRICE. Neb, March 14 (Special
Telegram.) Information was filed today
Hi...i. . - . , . .
in uiiiii muri ifiinii a. tsucKley, a
druggist at Liberty, charging him with
selling liquor without a license. The offi
cers will bring Buckley to Beatrice to
morrow. SI PERIOR, Neb., March 14 Special.)
The Superior Chautauqua association has
been organised and officers elected. This
will be Superior's first attempt at holding
a chaulauqua and If tbe enthusiasm of its
cltixena U a criterion it mill b ,ood
If coffee tampers with
your heart or nerves, sup
pose you break away for 10
days' trial and see how much
better you feel. You can
make the job easy and pleas
ant if you take on Postum in
place of coffee.
Be sure to have it well
boiled, according to direc
tions on package, to bring
out the rich flavor and full
Read "The Road to Well
ville" in pkgs.
"There's a Reason"
Marts testified to the general and free
use of the mails.
"I got letters from James Gates, the
millionaire's private secretary, while I was
at Poik City, urging me to hurry up and
come on," declared Marts, to the d!s
comforture of the defense.
Yes, through Postofflce.
"Did they cume through the United Slate
mails?" asked Sylvester Rush.
"Yes. 1 gut them through the post
office." During these operations Kd Xach. alias
lliiey, was slopping at the Arcade hotel in
A number of the letters were offered In
evidence by the government.
Marts pointed out and identified Leach
and Roblnsun In the court room.
"Robinson fell, badly hurt, and Mr.
nordon, that was Mabray, was awfully
shocked. He said we'd better have a doc
tor, and they all got scared. I didn't get
rattled. I took things cool."
Marts got the conventional dressing down
on cross-examination. Mabray's lawyer
forced from the country merchant the ad
mission that he gut enmeshed In the
nrestllng game while trying to sell lottery
tickets at Farmington.
"Yes, Rubinson said he had a deal fixed
to get some easy money," absented Marts.
The hand of the defense was shown In
tha question by Emmett Tinley:
"You came here as the result of a per
sonal Interview, letters had nothing to do
with it whatever?"
"That right." n lilie.I Marts.
The opening of court was delayed half
ANOTHER TRIO CAIGH'I' I.N WKST
Herrlman, Frank Brown and Kd V.
Moore faptnrrd on Coast.
R. B. Herrlman, Frank Brown and Ed C.
Moore, members of tha Mabray gang, who j
disappeared from Los Angeles several
months ago, have been arrested and are
now in Jail at San Francisco. It is possible
that they will be brought to trial In federal
court in Omaha next month.
The three defendants in the San Fran
cisco Jail operated in this territory.
regons. Ant-irnts a ha.Ai,. . i . .
and the ilfinin,t vmaii ui.u' . n-.-
"ulet. Choice. 10',f,llc; ex'tra choice,"
M-'c; fancy. 12'.;!. Peaches are quiet and
ft-sy; cliiiice. rii,',i;alC; extra choice, V
. if: fancy, 7Vi;i4e. Raisins are barelv
steady on the easier markets on th.- coa.W
Lwo muscatels are quoted at :iV'i."V
.".!? fanrV wrted at SrtH4P, seedlesi
. t ..V:S;ic and London Inyris nt $l.2.i.
American Sent to Prison.
EI. PASO. Tex. March 14 -Charle. A..
Rrhsiock. an American railroad man. was
sentenced to nine years In prison at fan
gnaclo. state of Slnaloa. Mexleo, for man
slaughter. Rehstiick was accused nf firing
his revolver Into a crowd, killing one
native and wounding another.
Persistent Advertising Is th road to nig
Sonar and Molasses.
NEW YORK. March 14. Sl'OAR Raw
firm: Muscavado. M test. J.SHc; f entrigugal,
9i test. 4.ic; molasses sugar, St tet, S.iilc
Refined, steady; cut loaf, 5.6fic; eruslled
i.Si'K-; mould A. 50c; cubes, fi.fiOe; XXXX
powdered. 5 4ic: powdered. fl.Hfic; granti
latsd. 6.:ic; diamond A. 6.i5c: cnnfestuiners'
A. S.uOc: No. 1, 6c; No. 2, 4.Wnc ; No. 3. 4 S5c
No. 4. 4c; No. 5. 4R0c; No. li 4.Ti: No'
7. 4.70c: No. s. 4B5c; No. 9. 4.1'; No 10
Sao: No. 11. 4.fi0c; No. 12. 4.4..C; No.' in'
4.40c: No. H, 4.40c.
MOLASSES steady; New Orleans
Evnporated Apples and Dried Fruits.'
NEW YORK. March 1 EVAPORATED
APPLES Spot, quiet, but Meadv; fancy
104frllc; choice, (ffflc; prime, " t;Va 7 1 2c '
common tn fair. 'ii.c.
DRIED FRl'ITS Prunes are steadv. but
trading Is quiet and nf a liand-iu-moutli
character, quotations ranging from V,c u,
9'ic fur California up to S0-40s and 6fj!-
FOR XERItASKA Fair; not much
change in temperature.
Temperature at Omaha yesterda:
& a. m
o a. m
S a. m
h a. in
11 a. m S4'
11 a. tn J7
12 m r
1 P- m 43
2 P. m 44
3 P- ni 4J.
4 p. tn 4R
' P tn
0 p. m f,
" P. m 41
? p. m 4
'' P- m 41
Honored by Women
When a woman speaks of her
silent see rot suffering' she
trusts you. Millions have be
stowed this mark of confi
dence on Dr. R. V. Pierce,
of Buffalo, N. Y. Every
where there are women who
bear witness to the wonder
working, cunnf-power of Dr
fierce havonte Prescription T
which save the suffering ttt i -
frtm pain, and successfully f f I
grapples with woman's weak- t 1
nesies and stubborn ills.
IT MAKES WEAK WO.IEN STRONd
IT flAKES SICK WOMEN WELL.
No woman's appeal was ever misdirected or her eon
hdence misplaced when she wrote for advice, to
a r fLD't Dl"NV MlDICSI. ASSOCIATION, Dr.
K. V. Pierce, President. Buffalo, N. Y.
Or. litre; Pifitmt Pttltt, torfuo, mlllt how. I movtmtat once a da,.
. -Dmakennssa, Opinm, Morphine and ether drug
addictions are diseassd conditions. "
2- Therefore, scientific medical treatment Is nec
be accepted"" f ,lcltn'"' non but ,ho beit ould
Our treatment Is known the world over and has
. i nii-iiia in uvcr dou.uuu cases.
in o!rsp-lfitVye " rec'ved' an1 that tho head
'")'. on,y K"ey Institute In the state of Nebraska is located in
Omaha. Correspondence confidential. lui-nien in
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