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romi n's ''uha. in Clnc'arttitl a delegate,
iho has tioen Uiree times iras-it of her
haptor tf the I milliliters of the .American
tovolull.n cr.d trfnre her election to that
.ft pi. Mrvprt as vice resent.
A "beauty of tl.e west" is Jlrs Dcanld
luci'.nc, Jr.. resent of the Council Bluffs
hAptf :. Tlie .chapter has a membership
f 150 and haa or.o other delegate to the
o;i r?)n, Mrs. Thomas Metcalfe of Council
ftrtnli of Omaha at CongrcM.
lli'f. n-e Kolsey ault comes to the
u u . . ..oni-Omaha as regent of the
)m;.. .. uinpieiu She served for three years
ta t;a.o secretary of the Daughters and
tas teen active in the work for a number
if yean. Mrs. Gault boasts distinguished
inttslry ar.d Is eligible to the Pescendants
if the) Mai flow er, the Colonial Dames and
ho Secixty of I'nitrd States J)aughtera of
12. the is daughter of the late Judge St.
'ullaa Cox,, who was prominent In tho
arly -history of Minnesota.
HALJ MAKE KMJWN STATEMENT
teantor from fMuiuc' Clves Reasons
' for Retirement.
AUGUSTA. "Me.v.Apt! W. Positive an
louncenient at ths "early retirement of Ett
;cno Jlalo fr6n the United S.ates aenatn
vas made here-10!ay.""The news enmo In a
lonfii'etit'ai t'losram from Washington.
No dof.mtc lr.fi'iti'bUon as to the mod" of
woccduie Is given',. , but It is stated that
Jerator Hale has written a letter to Hyrcn
Boyd, chairman of the slate eenlrai com
mittee, g.vii-g f all dt;tal s regarding his
plans. ' ' '
From the fact that the letter Is addressed
.o thn t hairman of the state committee, it
s Inferred that Mr.' Hale has decided to
slthiltaw frotn the raea . fop' re-eicction
-a tlit r than-( tender' his res.gr.ation. In
hat event, he would continue to serve
intll fcarsli 4, 1911. -. .
In She tcttei-.tflsnatOF Hale did no: o-e'
cfr fto tfi condition of his health, but
instead cavid iitentiun to the fact i.iat lie
nd been given what no other man In Maine
has received, five unanimous nominations
for continuous terms in the senate etid It
Md nit seem fitting for him "to make a'
jersDntl contest for the succession."
h'or.a:i.r Ha!o took occasion to predict
'.ha! ''shuuM the cio.-nocrats carry tho naxt
lousa ' of representativrs, within ninety
Says after the opening of the next con
. sress. a free tiads tariff biil will be sent
o tho enafen whloti Maine's principal !n
lustrttadf. Interest Tvill be mnrked for
I'aughter." .. '
The letter to Mr. Bayd, dated Washlng
iun, April IS, follows:
"Tour rotlcs that the state omrnlttee re
lueits mc to preside at the June conven
tion has been recelyed and I fully appreci
ate the honor and the epnfidenci which the
. -equest lmpiles.. nyt tt Is not at ail certain
:hat the fesion of eon?ress will end before
fuly, t,sfra ttxi'commlttee should select
lome otitp rcalcHrig officer. Besides this.
It Is not,"ertaln that I will be In Maine at
:he !t:" ahfl , I tike this occosion to say,
'.hrosgh Jfhit," thai I decline to cnpsre in a
sentp for' the neftatprf hip.
"lVtii"'' pwblln -ilic Is Aoi accessary
;o my peace of wind, and the prospect of
'etlromrnt has llt&e in it that Is disagree
tble to me. Ths pirf haa. given me wht
o othrr man In Maine has ever received
rive unanimous nominations l"r five full
:ontlnunus terms in the senate'and It seems
lot fitting for me to make a personal con
es t for the succession.
"The rltuutlon ,wlll. pot f'nd me. how
ver, either a grumbler or a malcontent
My desire Is to se Governor Fernaid T3-
IEib Kldwasi Life
Eurhife the first tirrcc"'mt.aths. if 1910
The 'tidweot. J.tfe made a not gain In
insurance In force of $50,000 over that
naie In the anna months of 1909. If a
lilto cai.n J mIv Jn each of the remain-.
'Kg quarters, liic 'iwiveavt In gain' ever
ast year wiir'a'mouat to 1200,000.. 1 As
the tntsl gain Ln,iDt)9 was 1630, 00.) thl.
s-oulil rpinit In a net Increase In 1910
it J,Tf1.0U( cf liMurance. The termina
tions durlnj the' .'first quarter.. In 1910
arere practically he same as 'in 1909,
being only 11.600 more, although the
tinount ot Insurance In force was greater
ty a half million than it aj the year
jffore. . -.k ' .
Ur. D. r. I'avU of Grand Island and Mr
F. W. flnr.uore of Lincoln, both well
known In life ' Insurance circles, have
rfcently JolrieJ jthe agency force of The
Midn'ert Life There Is room for sov
tral more good trod ucers. ' Write the
company t Lincoln. '
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( ter t!x jr. l or not melt t the
mo ut. i. t wltwlestrcAifth i retained
9m j.sri r'gSt to the djyot.
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If j k tiro UrmA, oa-Llnc loot, try Allan's f4t-RMa,
It f-p't tha 1 ' t ni aa-Koa nw or ttjjthl fKv aui7,
Crr a-. tiru av titan,- Sitrt, twaaflag laat. jtattavaai
:f.' m 4 jr.f of M ratn and givaa raM tna1
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uviu 'w wvr vivr
Consider how tender the baby's
kln U, and the importance of
electing right garments Is empha
Blzed. The tine knit fabrics of the
"AHNOLD" GOODS are " made
from soft, twisted yarns, chemi
cally treated to make them highly
antiseptic, sanitary and absorbent.
These garments excel In beauty of
finish, sbapellnobS and non-irritating
qualities. Mothers seeking th
best for their babies will by all
means adopt the "ARNOLD" KNIT
GARMENTS. See "Arnold" cata
logue for Illustrations and fall
elected by a food majority with a republi
can legislature at his back. It Is further
niont Important that Maine should send
more republican representatives to congress
to avoid what may be a critical trial day
for all Maine's industries and her business
prosperity. Should the democrats carry the
next house of representatives within ntnely
days after the opening of the next congress
a free tariff bill will be sent to the senate.
In which Maine's principal induatries and
Interests will be marked for a slaughter.
Whoever recalls the situation under the
Morrison bill and later under the Gorman
Wilfon bill, will fully realize this. And
this dlpaster to Maine can only be pre
vented by the republicans retaining con
trol In the next house of representatives.
To this end a full republican delegation
from Maine In the next congress will be
needed more than ever before and to se-ci-ro
this resu'4 all my sympathy and ef
forts sre at the command of the party."
EIGHT INDICTED FOR FRAUD
(Continued from First Page.)
reservation, but elsewhere throughout the
Tl.cc men having charge of the Inves
tigations whirh have Just resulted In the
foregoing Indictments were E. P. Hoi
comb, chief superintendent of th Indian
rervice; W. W. McConnlhe, special Indian
agcrt, and E. 13. Linnen, Inspector of the
Interior Department, all of Washington.
The indict td men have been cited to ap
pear before Judge W. H. Munger in the
United States district court this morning
for arraignment and pleading.
It was shown also during the hearing
before the grand Jury that ths conspiracy
was one of long standing, and Is hot edn
fined alone to the Omaha Indian reserva
tion but embraces Indian lands all through
northern Nebraska and South Dakota.
Tho lands thus sought to be obtained
from the Omaha Indians comprise some
of the most valuable lands In eastern
Game ri Old Oae. $
The practice.' of securing do-da and
leases, or contracts for them, from the
Indians, conditioned upon their being
granted patents by the government, Is
one of long standing In the wast. The du
plicity and Ignorance ot the Indians was
worked upon by the speculators without
stint. Indian women heirs were easy prey
for the schemers, and signed almost' any
pnper presented to them for an Insignifi
cant consideration. These deeds, . leases
or contracts were then disposed of to
third or fourth parties at regularly In
creasing figures, thus making It extreme
ly difficult fcr the government Inspectors
to trace the fraudulent papers back to
tho parties originating them.
It is the intention of the government to
cancel every patent thus obtained from
the Indlanas through fraud' .and to .in
validate every dtcd or contract thus ob
tained, as well as punish under the con
spiracy laws every person convicted of
thus defrauding the Indians. , . ;
Grand Jar? Concludes.
The federal grand Jury finished Its work
at 2:30 yesterday afternoon, having been In
S'.'pylon sixteen days. About twenty Indict
ments have been returned aimed at thirty
of more Individuals.
After receiving the final report and stat
ing that there was nothing further to Come
before It, Judgo W. H. Munger discharged
the grand Jurors for the term..
The more important Indictments returned
by the grand Jury were those against P.ich
ardson and Hubbard for using the United
States malls for purposes to dafraud and
that against Pasqualle Mezzeo, the' alXcgsd
Dlack Hand artist. Richard and Hubbard
praded bul'.ty to the Indictment and were
sentenced to pay a fins of :00 each and a
year and a day In the federal penitentiary
at Leavenworth. Matieo also pleaded
gu' tv end ws s nt nerd to th rt-en months
Imprisonment at Leavenworth.
Other Important Indictments were those
retttrmd last evening against the group of
elht alleged conspirators for conspiring to
difrsuJ Omaha Indians out of thtir lands.
The other- Indictments wsre of' a minor
character, being largely bootlegging and
postofflce ease. . .
3CHRADER GOES INTO, COURT
Sontk Dakotn Candidate Will right
to Hv Ills retltlnn
PIBTtRB. a D.V April 19.-(SpecIaI Tele-gram.)-John
F1. Schrader today petitioned
the supreme court for an order compelling
the secretary of state to adept his peti
tion tor filing as a candidate fos congress
from the Second oc-ngress'.onat district of
the state, the contention being' that the
qjestlon of congressional districting is a
purely legislative one and thai It is not
vested In the people of the stater - The
court declined to grant the writ asked, but
granted an order to show cause made re
turnable Thursday morning,-April a. Tho
contest la brought on by the refusal' of the
secretsry's d-partrnwit to (vcopt district
f.Unga. the action being taksa on advice
of the attorney general. Thomas Thorson.
W. C. C. Cook and K. O. Richards are here
svatchlr.g the outcome of tho hearing.
Chamberlain's Cough Itemed l famous
for It cures of eouah. rvldsend croup.
Christian Bclsnes Left ore,
Clarence C. Katon, C. g. fc Gf Tteoma,
Wash., a member of the board of lecture
ship of The First Church of Christ, Sci
entist, In Boston, Maxs., . will .Oliver a
lwturs at lirendeis theater, Friday, April
C at S p. m.
All are Invited. Admission free; no col
lection. j For Croup thsie Is Doming better
" jct.an.tirlllus Cough Itemed.
SCHOOL ALWAYS IN TURMOIL
Girls at Mitche'lville Punished by
HUMANE OFFICER HtOTISTS
Canon H. R. P. Hell Deela
Report tm CloTernor, that Condi
tlons at Spk'iot Are Far
(From a 6taff Correspondent.)
PES MOINES, la., April 9.-(Speclnl Tel
egram.) Hy the report made to the gover
nor today by a committeo of the Humane
society by its chairman, Canon H. K. P.
Bell of the Episcopal church, the con
troversy over the management of the- state
school for girls at Mltchellville, was re
opened and (he fact disclosed that last
week there was another serious outbreak
of gills, which was quelled by drastic
means. Assurance had been given that
the situation st the school was under per
fect control, but It is now found that the
school Is In a state of constant turmoil
and that the severe punishments inflicted
on the girls make' the situation very ser
ious. Canon Hell holds that the methods
used are not the best, but that the super
intendent la not to blame for the si me.
evr Iowa Corporation!.
New corporations today: Farmers and
Merchants Savings bank. Manly, 1 1".0 0;
Centervllle Prick company, $30,000; Park
Place Poultry company, Muscatine, tlO.OCt);
Newell Lumber and Coal company, $2),U00;
Sltnrn.ns & Johnson Co., Atlantic, $J0.O0O.
Tho Cedar Rapids Pump company reincor
porated for $100,000. The Farmers Lumber
company. Fort Dodt;e, Increased capital
from $50,000 to $1W,0U; the Central Brick
and Tile company, Kalo, from $10,00) to
tfW.OCO, and Davidson Bros. Co., Sioux City,
Increased to $0X),000.
Control Hoard on a Tour.
The State Board of Control started out
today fur a tour of the Institutions in
southern Iowa, Including Council Bluffs,
Clarlnda, ulenwood, Mount Pleasant and
Fort Madison. Dr. Lannlster, the new
member who followed Mr. Cownle, accom
panied Messrs. ' Robinson and Wade for
the first time on this trip.
Candidates Are Slow.
Not all of the candidates for re-election
to congress have as yet filed their nomin
ation papers and there Is fear at the state
house that some of them will overloook this
little Item. There remains only a week
for the filing ot papers. Secretary of State
Hayward today received a request for
blcnks from A. N. Todd of Independence,
who wants to run for the legislature.
Dee in er la In Favor.
It is learned here from private sources
that the name of Justice Deamer of the
Iowa supreme court is being received with
favor by President Taft and that he is
causing an investigation to be mado with
a view of determining whether or not the
Iowa man is the one who should go upon
tho federal bench to take the place of tho
late Justice Brewer. It U possible that
Justice Deemer will go to Washington
during the summer.
One rnndldnte Refuses.
The deinooratlo "slate" for a state ticket
was somowhat shattered today when it
became known that A. G. Johnson of Mar
shalltoWn who had been selected to bo the
candidate for secretary of state declined.
This will necessitate selection of another.
Thrro will bo threo candidates for governor,
Bashor, Moon, and Porter. The remainder
eftbe ticket has been' selected..?' '
: gtleUlnar Point In Waxe Schedule.
. The first sticking point. In the negotia
tions for a new wags scale was encoun
tered by the Joint scale committee of Iowa
cnal operators and miners this afternoon
when they took up tho machlue questlon in
the first subdlstrtct. The question was ap
proached at the meeting last Friday, but
was deferred until the adjourned meeting.
Attorney General Byers has advised tho
executive council that all passes Issued by
the railroads operating In the state must
be reported In their annual report with the
exception of passes issued to wage earners,
and their families. Under this decision
passes Issued to men working on a salary
must he reported. The opinion was a?ked
because Some of the railroads have not
been reporting the passes' Issued to em
ployes on a salary.
FOR HYDE TRIAL
(Continued from First Page.)
men, that Dr. Hyde and his wife, who 1
a douchter of Mrs. L. O. Swope.' have
lived In p:rfect contentment since their
marriage, and this point wiy prove of great
weight in this cae," ha said.
T-nWtiw- nn thn death of J Moss Hunton.
Mr. Walsh said Dr. Hyde was not his
regular - physician, but was attending
Colonel Swope when he was calkd to aid
in the case of Mr. Hunton. Dr. Hyde was
summoned from his home to give treat
ment to Mr. Hunton, the attorney said,
and the Dhvslclan respond: d. That Hunton
was suffering from apoplexy there was
no doubt, said Mr. Walsh, and bleeding,
the court e adopted, was correct and was
sutTL-ested bv Dr. O. T. Twyman. the
Swops family physician, who died yestor
"Dr. Tu vmnn aided in bleeding Hunton.
and tied the string which stopped the flow
of blood," he said, "and it was only when
Dr. Twyman thcught enough blood had
been drawn that he fastened the string."
Contents of Will Secret.
Touching on the llfo of Colonel Thomas
II. Swoie, the attorney told how tho mil
lionaire had kept his will a secret from
every person except his office partner,
''Tho testimony will Bhow," said Mr.
Walsh, "that neither Dr. Hyde nor his
wtfe knew prior to Colonel' Swope' death
whether Mr. Hyde would share In the
retilduary. portion of the millionaire's
Speaking of the private life of Colonel
Swope, Mr. Walsh stated that during the
lajt twenty-five yeara of Colonel Swope'n
life, he was drunk every afternoon. His
custom of taking a tonic containing
strychnine was mentioned.
Mr. Walsh denounced the attempts to
show that Conolel Swope was not friendly
w Ith Dr. Hyde.
"If Colonel Bwope had a good f.-iend on
earth, It was Dr. B. C. Hyde," said Mr.
"He did many deeds of kindness for the
millionaire and th old gentleman appreci
No du!al was mads by Mr. Walsh that
Dr. Hyde bought digestive tablets and they
were given to Colonul Hope.
Illness of Coloar! Snone.
Nothing was mentioned to the nurse who
was In charge of Colonel iivrope of any al
leged peculiarity of the last illnei of tho
man until two months aftir hit death,
svurred the attorney.
"It has t en said that Colonel Swop re
fud to tk the d'g stive mtdlelne whi'-h
Dr. Hde ai-ked the nurto to glvo h.m."
Ai Mr. YYalch. "This Is untrue. The
-OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, 'Al'KIIi 20, 1010.
charge that Dr. Hyde told her to make
'him take' will soon be proven false.
"Colonel Pwope's physlcnl condition was
extremely weak at this lme, largely be
cause he had grieved over the death of his
otd friend. Moss llunton." said Mr. Walsh.
Reaching the part of his story dealing
with the falsi attack of Colonel Swops, Mr.
Walsh severely crltlsed Mrs, Logan O.
Swope, saying she falleg to' go to the
colonel's room until" long after she learned
of his sinking spell.
"Mrs. Hyde went, to her nether at :30
o'clock In the morning and begged her to
go to Colonel Pwope's room. Mrs. Swope
refured and did not! aeeidUonel until $
o'clock In the afternoon. When she did
reach his bedside, she stayed for perhaps
five minutes. Mrs. ' Hyde returned there
from early morning until late at night, the
dy Colonel Pwope died.",
There was no doubt that Olonel Fwope
died from apoplexy, said Mr, Walsh.
A Heard Motive t fir , Prearcntloa.
The real trouble over the' will of Colonel
Swops, averred Mr. Woleh. began when
Mrs. Swope desired Mrs., Hyde, to sign a
paper giving her share of a IM.C00 part of
the estate, originally left to Mr. Hunton.
to a Mrs. Moore, a sister of Hunton. This,
Mrs. Hyde refused to dd. 'Sirs. Swope, It
was said, thought Dr. Hyde, had advised
Ms wife not to sign the document, and
'Dr. Hyde won't let you give up this
money," Mrs. Swonf ws alleged to have
hotly dcclnred to her daughter.
As a matter of fact, the attorney said.
Dr. Hyde never wns consulted by bis wife
regarding tho Hunton share of the estate.
Denial was entered by Mf, Walsh that
Dr. Hyde obtained the tjpHc&t cult. res of
Dr. E. L. Stewart for any other purpose
than to make a study of them.
Dr. Twyman Is ped.
Scarcely had the state completed Its open
ing statement in the murder trial of Dr. D.
C. Hyde yesterday when, Dr, O. T. Twy
man, one or me pros!Cuiiun s most im
portant witnesses, died at a docal hospital.
He was stricken last Saturday. Acute
diverticulitis caused death. ,'
Dr. Twyman was for years, the Swope
fnmlly physician. When the nurses struck
at the residence and accused Dr. Hyde,
they carried their complaint to Dr. Twy-
nsn. He called Dr. Hyde to his office
and told him lie was suspected. In other
matters than those pertaining to his duties
as a physician. Dr. Twyman -Was a confi
dent of the Swope family. Upon him the
stote depended largely to prove that Dr.
Hyde bled James Moss Htn'on to death.
He was also expected to testify regarding
the alleged attempt of Dr. Hyde to poison
Miss Margaret Swope. Miss Swope ;was
Dr. Twyman's patient whei) it Is said Dr.
Hyde tried to kill her. ' - ' A '
When Dr. Hyde's attorneys took a deposi
tion from Dr.- Twyman he refused, to criti
cise Dr. Hyde. Without go'lng Into detail.
Dr. Twyman said ho approved.: -in ; general,
Dr. Hyde's work In connection with the
Illness of various members of the Swope
Hears Water Case
Justices Fire Questions at Omaha
Attorney Indicating Leaning
Toward Company's Side, i
From a - fctaff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, ll 'CfAiriU .20.-8pec!al
Telegram.) Arguments in the case of. the
city of Omaha against the Omaha aVter
company ended today In the supreme
Court, John L. Webster concluding for the
city, while the water company waa rep
resented . by Howard Mansfield of New
York and R. S. Hall of Omaha.
Seven Justices participated In the hear
ing, and Judging from the questions fired
at Mr. Webster during the course of his
argument it wdutd seem . that the court
leaned toward the Omaha AY a tor company
end against the contention. of the city that
the appraisement of the water works was
The argument consumed the entire time
of the Court today. This controversy
arises out of a contract made in 1830 In
which the city was given an option of
purchasing the plant of the Omaha Water
company. In 1903 the city elected to buy
the ' plant, but the' board ' of ' appraisers
placed the purchase figure at to high
a price to suit tt. - . v '
The Judgment of the circuit' court of
appeals for the Eighth district, requiring
the city under the contract to purchase
the Water works at $6,263,205, the ap
praised valuation, was then brought to
the supreme court for review.
BRYAN VISITS WHITE HOUSE
(Continued from First Page.)
the immigrants, and South America, stand
ing much as the United States stood at the
beginning of the last century, was opening
up Its country.
When Mr. Bryan arrived at the house
he held an Impromptu reception In the
lobby. Her called on Speaker Canon and
remained In the latter' private office for
fifteen minutes, Mr. Bryan was taken to
luncheon by Representative Hitchcock of
Nebraska, who had. as his other guests
Representative Champ Clark, Dloyd of Mis
souri, James of Kentucky, and several
FOR IOWA Fair; warmer, -
FOR NEBRASKA Fair with rising
Temperature at Omaha yetserday:
Oomet rise Thursday 3:47 a. m.
Ccnjet rlsca Friday 3:43 a. m.
There U no other seasbn when medi
cine la so much needed as In the spring.
The blood Is Impure and Impoverished .
a condition Indicated by pimples, boll
and other eruption on the face and
body, ty deficient vitality, toe of ap
petite, lack of strength.
The best spring medicine, acoorlng
to the experience and tosUmony of thou
sands annually, la
It purifies and enriches the blood, curse
eruptions, builds up the system.
ot It ti.Hlay In usual Jl.iuld form or
Cboco'titeal tablets known avs BarslU.
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.1 I V C-'s 8 p. m 61
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Race for Senate
Editor Names, Others Whom He
Would Like tar See Nominated
(From K Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN, April 19. (SperlaD-Kdgsr
Howard Is muoh distressed over and fi-els
very keenly the withdrawal of W. II
Thompson as a candidate fur the demo-
crotlo nomination for I'nited Slates s'-nator.
Wliile here todsy Howard said:
"I slmll express In my papur this week
my very great sorrow that Mr. Thompson
withdrew from the . senatorial race. It
grit ves me deeply that circumstances were
such that he took this action, and yet I
honor him for It. There was no swinging
of the 'big stick' that caused him to remove
himself as a candidate, but It was simply
a family matter. This I know to be tru
for I have spent every Sunday for the
last eight week In his home and for many
years I have been Intimate with lilm and
I know that It was his great love for his
family that caused him to sacrifice the
ambition he has cherished for so long.
"That he would have been nominated and
elected there Is not the least doubt In
my mind, and that It was Simply reasons
of love for his family' Impelled him to this
great sacrifice entitles him to the admir
ation and love of. the eople ot this state,
the Intimate friends of the fainuy.
Of course, few will know the real reasons
for his withdrawal and those few will be
the Intimate friends of his family.
"Mr. Thompson had decided ten days
or two weeks before the midnight meeting
with Mr. Bryan that he would not be a
candidate' and I was at the conference
when he made his decision known. I hope
the people will believe me when I say that
his withdrawal was due purely to personal
family reasons and not to any threats
from anyone." . .
"Now that Mr. Thompson Is out of the
race, of course It behooves the democratio
party to secure a candidate. First, of
course, I favor Mr,- Bryan, but in the event
that he cannot be induced to become can
didate, I favor tome one of the old anti-
monopoly, branch of democracy. There are
a lot of them' in this state Who would make
a good, strong candidate, and behind whom
democracy could unite. We want a candi
date who will line up with men like Lar
Follette and Cummins and help In the great
cause of the people. Among those I would
suggest as men of that caliber and worth
are these: M. F. Harrington, that splendid
exponent of democracy, who has ever held
aloft the' banner of anti-monopoly and
whose heart' beats for the masses, of the
"There is I. J. Dunn, that fine young
lawyer and orator of Omaha, who has the
ability and the Inclination to work for
the interests of the county. Then, too,
Dr. P. L. Hall of Lincoln, a grand,' re
liable democrat, whose Judgment Is ever
sound and whose integrity haa never been
questioned. Judge Good, tha( able Jurist,
beloved of all democrats, and Judge Harry
Dungan, ft vigorous youttg democrat who
Is an honor to his party. " Any one 'of
thtse would lead democracy to victory
and be an honor to our . state. , Wa , can
not win with a candidate who ' Is bound
with corporation t)esV T And ', in - addition
to those I have named there are other
able democrats in , Nebraska .whose life
history has b.ou.-a repudiation, ptfiorpora
tlon alliance. That -is the. kind of a dem
ocrat we should nominate.'
' Foley's Kidney Remedy will cure any
case of kidney and bladder trouble not be
yond the reach of medicine. No medlctnti '
can do more.
Every mother should Know that Cham
berlain' Cough Remedy is perfectly safe.
A SOLID OAK
Just like the
here, for only
Here's on elegant desk mado In Grand Rapids, the city of furni
ture fame strongly constructed, not thrown together. Every Joint In
Its construction is perfectly fitted and matched. It's solid. It's strong.
It will vlrtualiy last a lifetime. It's the kind of desk you've been look
ing for, . '. . ;
Examine the Illustration a picture of the very desk. See the
aitiny pigeon holes and compartments. ' See the drawers and place for
books at the sides. When the top Is down everything is locked.
We've sold many of them in Omaha and throughout the state and
each purchaser has told us they have never een Its duplicate for less
than $25.00 to $32.00 anywhere In Omaha or eleewhere.' Did you ever
price solid oak roll top desks like this? If you have ou know what a
remarkable bargain this la at $17.50. '
Our low operating expenses- cheap-rental located as we are at
the edge of South Omaha business district maks it possible to sell this
solid oak dPBk at $17. CO and still make a ltttlo profit.
If you need a duck get on the car, ride down hore and look at this
bargain. All South Omaha cars pass our door.' '
All our furniture; stoves, carpets and household effects are sold
at an averape of 20 per cent below Omaha prices, y you fee it will pay
you to come hero for anything you need, no matter how small the pur
chase. . ''':'
HOME FURNITURE CO.
24TH AND L STREETS,
Vote on License
riff VoIm Ury, M Does Fort
J'isffa- fiturtfU Wt, and
I'llrliHtf, ti, ti, Afi l--4iil Tl-
lam ) 'ibis mr t4 if '"ir ty
mftj'ttlly lit IK Ih fi !" l Mstwf.
Th". nw m.mif.ntil'.w, W, J '., Mll'r, as
mayor, l (ItMfHrtich, Y. V. Kliidlr,
OmitgH 1., rn'i1 ii'Un I. Nil, had nt
nitiisltliiit, A -!ii'l llpih'iti frsti.hl
wna diipfntl 'i,il 'iif viild dry by a
majority ut t n iMf-nm nt 4 over the
majority of a yr ', T" artsots tor
Illegal voting wet innds at Knft I'lnrre.
KTI'IKIIH, M, l, ApHI J-polal Tele
gram.) Tho pillr clllX'tis' ticket was
elected here today fivr good government
ticket. W. K. lAdd la mayor with VJt ma
jority. Matt K. Flavin ws'lcied treas
urer without opposition, (teorge I.utx, Wil
liam Grains and Hinry Frulth were elected
aldermen. The entire ticket elected Is re
publican. High license was carried. Til to
H7, a larger vote than usual.
YANKTON. 8. D.. April 19.-(peclal Tele
gram.) Yankton, under the commission
plan, re-elected Mayor E. T. White and
elected as commissioners C. D. Freney,
F. S. Vaughan, Joe Frick and August
Ooets. The city went wet The town of
Lcsterville went wet and Qayvllle went dry.
A Cake of
Ice Cream Fudge, Eclairs and
Layer Cake are never so good as
Kheh made with Runkel's Baking
Chocolate. It's real chocolate
twice as strong; as ordinary choc
olatefor it contains no sugar
fuller flavored infinitely mora
delicious. Once you try it your
pantry will never be without
At the clubs, call for "The one best
drink." It's always
' Itv 'the popular 6 Cent drink at
clubs, fountains and bars. Everybody
is Strang for It. t Call for It In
' O rente, lemon, root beer flavor
3-ant a plain, pure, wholesome drink
for. 4nen,' women and children.-
Can be made at home by purchas
ing a 2 Be, 60c or $1.00 bottle In pow
der form from druggists and grocers.
Two teaspoonfuls make a glass. 70
drinks In dollar bottle.
Leo. Grotto Mftf. Co., Props.,
SOUTH OMAHA. NED
WHYr not pick'
" out y o u m
spring suit or rain
coat today? And
why not select it from ,
the Dourkc twenty
five? You ill find they lmvo, in"
Kurtf-rlntivc decree, that style,
enn) and go; coupled with
good wearing quality, which
you no doubt insist shall bo
strictly in evidence in your
We would liVe to sell you your .
clothes this leason. Drop in '
and talk it cer. -
(Spring Stalls, 515 to J-iO '
Raincoat and Overcoats, gl8 to $ j$
We think the IIOLUKE ritU
PERKED that's our $3. hat Is the .
greatest hat value la. the -market,
and would like your opinion of
IKJL'KKK ritlll EHRKD!, Come In
and see them. All the new blocks
and colors. ;
318 S. 15th St.
Leave Your ftey at
Home This Means
What It Says
Dr. Branaman Co. will give their reg
ular treatment (value $6) for on month
to all sufferers from Catarrh, Asthma,
Deafness, Head Noises, and all chrohia.
Dr. Branaman Co. have been treating)
chronio - diseases tor 24 years In Omaha
and Nebraska. . We know what ws can do,
but you may not Tou want to get wsll
and we believe we can euro. you. -What
you are Interested In la a dooto wno baa
faith tn Ills own works. Ton have been
the one to take all the risk In seeking
health, bow, we want you to Investigate
our treatment, arjd to prove Its merits
we are going to give a full month's Xsd
lolne and Treatment Xre to all who call
or writ before Aprll 20th. Remember
this, if we were offering you a cheap
or worthless treatment free, we Could
never hope to benefit by it. Toa will get
the best we have and that ia backed b
24 years of experience In treating catarrh,
deafness and head noises, asthma and ail
leave your money at , home and call
at onoe. This means what It says, a
month's treatment and medicine free.
Bring thla ad with you.
SB. BBAJTAJSAH CO,
Salts 06, Continental Block, Omaha. '"
8d JMoor, Ovsr - Berg Clothing Co. ' :
WEDNESDAY CAIIDY ,
25c Peanut Brittle, per lb. ....15
Fresh Home Made Candy all 'the
time atpopular prices. Our ('ca'ndy
department la, growing every day .
Pure, fresh, home-made candy eat(
well. Try them. . i
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.
16th and Farnara Sta. '
Friday, April 2d, at 8 P. M.
. Clarence 0. Eaton, 0. S. B.
AT ' '
BRANDIES THEATER ,;
Mr. Eaton is a member of the
Christian Science Board of Lecture
ship of The Firt Church of Christ
Scientist of Boston, Moss.
Admission Free. Ho Collection. ' '
Mat. Today nniiinriQ List Tints
2:15 Sharp DnAllUClO Tonight 8:15
CEABLEI rsOHHlg Presents
In "WHAT SVEBY WOKli XHOVS"
May fl-S-7 TED KEBBY WIDOW.
BOYD'S THEATER la
Twice Dally. Matinees, lSe and BSe.
Evenings, 8S0, 3So and 60a. jjyjug S.
KOWS'S TBAYE& rSBTXYAJW w .
Canada, Algeria big Ouns La action,
twenty others. Bezt weeki 'India, Soot
land, the runaway trainmany, othsrs.
Matisse I very Day, Si 16 Bveniag, Silt,
This Week The Eight OsUha Oirls)
Hammond and Atwell Co., Jean Clermont
"burlesque" Circus, Warren and .Blanch
ard. World's Comedy Four, tva' Wnil,
II. Franklin and Htandards, The KIiiim
drome and the Orpheum Cunoert Orches
tra. Prloes 10c, &o and Wc.
- rr-fl V Sra.. lS-s-so-TS
J vK-e daliy 'ail week. cIohW FridsyMlsht,
Mile. Mnrin and Slg. Ferrari, YreueJ
Vantomlme Dancers end the
"QUEENS JARDIN DE PARIS"
XXTBATAOAXXA Bad VAUDSVn.I.H
I.adisa' Dims Metlnse Dally at till,
rrldsy Is "Aniateur Might," Cash Vrlaea
atuday Bight, Oaauvioa gaek oasw,
DENEFIT RECITAL i
HABIB MEEK, AZ.ICB DAVJI.
Ceoil Bsrryniaa,' Flanlst.
On the eve of thrlr departure for Kuropt
. to study iiiuhIc
FIUT BAPTIST CHURCH
THVBgDAY BTEKTBa, AFB. 81, ISICk
Admlsslun. 7Gc and 11.00. -Tickets
uu sale at HoHpe and Mchmotlei
Our. location saves yot
IS to 40 on jewelry nut
optical oods . ,
r FRITZ S A3 017 Alii
8.1 Floor Taxton Block
10th autl Farnaut tta
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