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Uayor of New York Has Eight Hours
of Practically Unbroken Sleep
and Awakes Hungry.
NSW YORK, Aug. 13.-Mayor William J.
Gaynor awoke today front the most re
freshing and long continue night's sleep
that he has had since he was ahot In ths
neck by James J. Gallagher last ' Tuesday,
with; every Indication that he was making
steady progress toward recovery. This
was ths word brought from the mayor's
bedside by hlr secretary, Robsrt Adamson,
who reported the patient cheerful and talk
ative and displaying an Increased appetite.
The following official bulletin was issued
shortly before o'clock:
The mayor's condition la gratifying. He
lept eight hcurs last night STEWART.
It Is learned this morning that the may
or's .temperature is 100 1-5.
Bvaretary Adamson, when he came from
th4 mayor's chamber shortly- after S
O'clock, had the most favorable morning
report yet to make on the mayor's condl
tt0.. He said that of ths eight hours'
sleep; the patient had bad during ths night
lli greater portion was continuous sleep
atom: midnight until 6:15 o'clock. A little
earlier on at the hospital physicians In an
informal talk' had said that no morphine
r stimulants hud been employed In the
mayor's case, adding that when thaatlcnt
was offered a glass of champagne yesterday
he declined It.
This morning the mayor was both hungry
nd talkative. Ills appetite was met with
the .most substantial breakfast he has yet
had. t lie Inquired of his secretary how
things wars going In ths executive office,
asked after Commissioner "Bill" Edwards
nd again Inquired about Mel Smith's dog.
a little animal which had bsen run tfiwn
by an automobllo at St. James, the moyor's
country home, soma three weeks sgo,
Mayor Gaynor expressed sympathy for ths
dog, 'because hs said the animafa injury
was right behind the eur, "where he could
not even lick it."
The afemoon bulletin on Mayor Qaynor's
co sdli Ion was as follows:
Mis mayor painted a comfortable morning
are nas laaen sutucient nourishment. He
Is Steadily gaining in streimth. Hl tem
peruture, pulse and respiration are satis-
Rufus Gaynor, son of the mayor, Indl
catcd today that his father did not wish to
prftsscute James J. Gallagher, ths assassin
who shot him. Young Gaynor Intimated
that his father was of the belief that his
assailant was Insane.
Ueaeral A. J. Warner.
MARIETTA, O., Aug. ll-General A. J.
Warner, one. of the most prominent free
silver men of the country, died here today
of the Infirmities of old age. Ho was born
kt Wales, N. Y., In UM, and served in the
civil war, where ho was brevited brigadier
general. He was member of congress
from 1073 to 1SSI, and from ISM to 1887.
V. XV. Rrfkis,
NEBRASKA CITY, Neb., August IS.
(Special )-!'", W. Urehm, one of tho leading
nloneer farmera of this country, died Thurs
day, at his home near Lorton and the
funeral was held this' afternoon. He was
S7 years of age and left a large family of
groan, children. He came here In 1S0S and
rtii1 near where he died.
Hnrl of Spcneer,
LONDON, Aug. Ik J. Points Bpencer,
fifth carl of Ppencer, died here today. II
Record Establishing S
Li5 Hour Sale SffiSL.!
Rfcmt Ilk the values crow better and
price conrtnlom greater each succeeding
3y of these dally August events here.
The word haa been riven to aril all of this
season's apparel lnorlns; coaL value and
profit. Truly a harvest time for thrifty
from 82 to
86. Sale Is
are the beat of . onr
and no reservations
made. . The are In
the popular ar
ilne ah ape
Ika dota and 9
and,. Normal Waist -Lit
solid colore, stripes, polki
clnahatns; decorated with Soutache
braidings and fast color fancy wash bands.
Not a dresa worth lens than $11 fiO most of
them were formerly 115.00, 120.00 and $25.00
they all go In thl 6-hour Bale Monday
from 9 to 11 a. m. and from 2 to 6 p. m. your
the entire lot .'.as
THE CLOCKS DAILY DURING
AUGUST Thejr tell a tale of a differ
was born In 1836. The earl twice held the
posts of viceroy of Ireland and president
Of the -council,-and was first lord of the
admiralty from 1892 to 1896. Up to 190T he
was chancellor of the Victoria university.
Viscount Althorp, half-brother of the earl,
succeeds to the tltls.
C; A. LYON ON THE STAND
(Continued on Fifth Paga)
with the contracts I would have nothing to
do with them.
Mr. Lyon testified he made efforts to
have Investigated certain Indictments
against the McMurray law firm.
The indictments had been returned In
connection with Indian affairs. It was rep
resented to the Department of Justice, he
said, that the Indictments wsrs unjust.
The attorney general later recommended
to the president that the Indictment be dis
missed. The Indictments subsequently were
Says He Wanted Square Deal.
'What was your Idea In bringing the
matter to the attention of the authorities
"Well, we had a president then, as we
have now, who believes In a square deal,
nd If these Indictments were not fair
they should have been Investigated."
"Did you enter Into the Indian land con
tract deal with McMurray prior to or after
the Indictments were dismissed ?"
"I think afterwards. I took up the Mc
Murray contracts purely aa a business deal.
After they were disapproved I had nothing
further to do with the matter. I have had
absolutely nothing to do with the present
ones that McMurray has."
"On the floor of the houss of rep
resentatives In the last session Rep
resentative '! Murphy unjustly attacked
m by saying that McMurray In
lobbying for the present contracts was ably
assisted by myself. That 1 statement by
Mr. Murphy Is made either on Ignorance or
desire to misrepresent I have done noth
ing with the contracts now under Investi
gation." Big Coach Falls
at Park's Gate
One Man Fatally Hurt at Mammoth
Hot String! While Entering
MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS, Wyo., Aug.
1$. While a coach with a load of tour
ists was passing through Silver Gate,
three miles from here this morning, It
was encountered by a slight cave In and
sank a diatance of te feet. One man was
fatally Injured and others were hurt
The Hutchlns party in thirteen coaches
from Chicago and twenty other coaches
had Just pasaed over in safety. .
ONE MORE DEATH FROM
Iowa Board of Health Will Hear Re.
port of Dr. Froat Next
DES MOINES, la.. Aug. ll-The Iowa
State Board of Health has l.een called to
meet In Dk Molnsa Wednesday to hear the
report of Dr. Wade Frost, ths government
surgeon, who has been Investigating infant
paralysis-In Iowa. Ona death and several
more cases were reported t'Xlay.
If you have anything to sell or trade
advertise It In ..e Bee Want Ad col
umns and get quick results.
HEALTH OFFICIALS 10 MEET
Condition! Are Said to Be Serious, De
manding: Immediate Action.
TO HEAR GOVERMMENT EXPERT
Infantile Paralysis, Now So Prer
alent la to Re One of the Sao
fret that Will Be l
(From a Staff Correapondent.)
DES MOINES, la., Aug-. II. (Special
Telegram.) A special meeting of the
Iowa Board of Health haa been called to
meet next Wednesday, to conalder the
condition of the health of the state, the
situation having become serious and call
ing for some Immediate attention. It will
not only bs a meeting of the Board of
Health, but also of leading physicians,
eapeclally of this part of the state. The
report of government expert, Wds H.
Frost, on the epidemic of infantile
paralysis In northern Iowa will be heard.
It Is not expected that ha will bs able to
make a report that will definitely point
a way to heading off the epidemic but
it will result in steps being taken to
arouse the people of the state to the
Importance of. assisting In sanitary pre
cautions. Other health matters will also
receive attention, as Is recognized that
the general health of the people of the
state has been bad for some time and
The Starts Board of Parole definitely re
ported to the governor today, refusing to
recommend that parole be granted before
commitment In the case of Felnberg of
this city, who received a five-year sen
tence for receiving stolen property, the
property in questloa being largely first said
to have been stolen in Omaha about a
year and a half ago. Last January the
courts settled the cane, but through his
extensive political Influence, Felnburg has
thus far escaped prison.
Chief of Police Yeager returned today
from Colorado, and the city council made
arrangements to begin a hearing on the
charges filed against him on Monday. Ths
chief protests against his temporary sus
pension while the department Is under in
vestigation, and It Is probable ne win
bs continued In office while the evidence Is
Man Badlr Burned with Acid.
SPIRIT LAKE, la,, Aug. lJ.-(Speclal.)
Fred Tuttle met with a very peculiar acci
dent that nearly cost him his life. He
pioked up a box and lifted It to hi
shoulder and after he had carried It a
few feet, he felt a burning sensation on
his neck and down his back. He soon dis
covered that a bottte in the box containing
sulphuric acid had broken and It was
this that was burning him. He was rushed
to a physician, but not until after the acid
had dons Ks work, burning ugly holes
through his flesh and clear to the bone.
Skin grafting will probably be resorted
to In healing the wounds.
Widow Asks Twenty Thousand.
MASON CITY, la., Aug. 18. (Special.)
As an outgrowth of the recent wreck on
the Great Western near ClarksvWle. when
sixteen cars of meat went Into the ditch
Engineer.. McCormlck lost his life and
Fireman Bisher was badly injured, two
suits for damages have been instituted.
The widow of the engineer asks for $20,000,
while the fireman, who has partially re
covered, asks for $1,260. It was charged In
these cases that the employes of the road
were negligent In taking out the rail that
caused the accident without sending back
a flagman to protect the freight.
Nearly. Two .Incite at Loaah, law
LOGAN, la., Aug. 13. (Special.) Harrison
county' was visited by a soaking rain last
night and early this morning, much to the
relief of anxious farmers and business men,
Though the rain was general, yet, accord
ing to reports, It was not uniform. Ths
rain guage at Logan registered 1.40 Inches
In the event no additional amount of
rain falls, the rains of last night are re
garded as sufficient to mature the corn
FAIRFIELD REPORT SFINE CROP
Cltlsens Make Trip to Satisfy Them'
elves and Return with News
that Corn Looks Fine. - -
FAIRFIELD, Neb., Aug. 18.-(Special Tel
egrarn.) A party of representative cltlsens
of this town has Just returned from a trip
of Inspection through this section to learn
what crop conditions are and has reported
glowing, prospects. They declare corn sel
dom It ever looked so good at this time of
year, and the oats likewise will be har
vested In a fine crop. It is reported that
the rains of the last two weeks have soaked
the ground hereabouts far below the depth
of plowing and that It has saved the crops
In splendid fashion.
Fairfield Chautaque Closes.
FAIRFIELD, Neb.. Aug. l$.-(Special Tel
egram.) The Chautauqua held here tor
week closed last night after a splendid run
of. success. Seven hundred tickets have
been sold for a similar event next year
and the citizens of Fairfield and vicinity
are Insured a rare treat again.
Lincl Located in
Man Nominated by Minnesota Demo
crats Eefuses to' Commit
EVERETT, Wash.. Aug. l?.-John Lind,
democratic nominee for governor of Minne
sota, was located at Mount Borne, a small
sawmill town, seventy-five miles north of
Seattle, today, and when asked over the
long distance telephone if he would accept
the nomination declined to commit him
self. He was asked several Questions, but
refused to answer.
uerore going to Alaska Mr. Lind gave
out a statement In which he said that he
would not run for governor, but some of
his friends had supposed that he would
change his mind while on his brief north
PRINTERS' CONVENTION ENDS
Proposition to Chance Joint Con
fereneo Board Is Re
jected. MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 13 After making
a i umber of gifts to the members of the
local entertainment committee the Inter
national Typographical union adjourned tr.
day. The proposition for equal represents
tlon on the Joint conference board was
BODY CAUGHT ON TROT LINE
Corpse of Lathrop, la., Man Who DIs
appeared Christmas Found
DES MOINES, la., Aug. IS. The body of
Daniel Forbes of Lathrop, la, who die
appeared while shopping with his wife I
Des Moines st Chrlstmss time, was found
caught on a trot lins In the Des Moines
river last night.
Man. to Be Charged
Must Answer to Charge of Destroying-
Books Wanted by Chicago Jury
in Beef Trust Case.
CHICAGO. Aug. 13 -(Special Telegram.)-
Counsel for the government In the Beef
trust Investigation spent today preparing
vldence to be submitted Monday to United
States Judge Land Is to show that Alfred
II. Urlon, chief counsel for Armour & Co.,
guilty of contempt of court.
Mr. Urlon, with other officials of the
rmour Co., Is cited to appear Monday
aniwer to (he charge of destroying
documents that' the federal grand Jury
wanted to see. The other Armour Co.
mployes summoned are George M. Wlllltts,
assistant manager; W. W. Shaw and W, A.
Meantime subpoenas for forty of Armour
& Co.'s sales agents In different cities have
been Issued and the men will be taken be
fore the grand Jury Tuesday.
Special Assistant Attorney General Ken-
yon and Assistant Wllkerson are busy
preparing evidence that will be used In
examining Mr. Urlon. It is 'believed Mr.
Urlon's counsel will ssk for a continuance,
or, falling in that, will endeavor to show
Judge Landls that the books were destroyed
In the ordinary course of business.
Incidentally, fourteen new witnesses
from all parts of ths United States, had
been brought Into Chicago during the dy
on federal grand Jury subpoenaes and
ordered to appear before the grand Jury
again next Tuesday, when It will resume
SENDS LETTER TO DONAHUE
Governor Shallenbersrer Writes to the
Chief Concerning; Law on
Canvass of Ballots.
EVkllnwln Is a. enntf nf a letter sent last
night by Governor Shallenberger to Chief
of Police Donahue:
OMAHA, Neb., Aug. 13. Hon. John. J
Donahue, Chief of Police, Omaha, Neb.
Dear Sir:. A primary election will be held
In the olty of Omaha on Tuesday, August 16,
1910, for the selection . of candidates for
office to be voted for at the general elec
tion to be. held In November.
Under the. law, It Is made the duty of
Judges and clerks of this primary election
to canvass the votes Immediately after the
polls close. . Complaint has been made to
me that at former elections the public have
been exoluded while the votes were being
canvassed and the Judges and clerks of
election have performed their work In
secret This Is clearly a violation of the
aw. The statute covering elections ex
pressly provides: v
"When the poll Is closed, the Judges shall
Immediately proceed to canvass and ascer
tain the result of tho election. The canvass
shall be public."
Every good citlten of the state of Ne
braska Is Interested In seeing that this
election Is honestly conducted, and the bal-
lata cast. ara. counted. Every candidate has
right to demand that this be done, and
no candidate can honestly accept lees. The
results to. the Individual candidates are
nothing compared to the welfare of the
state, and this can be served only by pre
serving to each elector the right to have
his ballbt counted as cast.
,1 therefore call upon you as the chief of
polfcir of 'the 'city1 of Omaha to see thait
fflis 'fectKn"laWs''are faithfully observed
and that the rlgtvt"f the public to witness
the canvass o'f the--votes after the polls
dose Is secured.
ASHTON C,; SHALLENBERGER,
Governor of the State of 'Nebraska,
. An American KlnaT
Is the great king, of cures, Dr. King's New
Discovery, the quick, safe, sure cough and
cold remedy, . too, and $1-00. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co;
The Key to the Situation Bee Want Ada
v The .Weather
For- Nebraska Fair. '
For Iowa Local-' showers.
Temperature m Omaha yesterday:
M It m.::
Til 7 a. ni...
M 8 a. m...
9 a. m 73
10 a, m 72
U a. rn 72
1J m 72
1 p. m 72
. 2 p. m.. 74
8 p. m.. 76
4 p. m 75
5 p.. m 74
p. m 73
7 d. m 78
8 p. m 72
tucut . Record
office of the Weather bureau
OMAHA. Auk. 13. Official record of tem
perature and precipitation compared with
the corresponding period of the last three
years: iia twra. lans. tw
Maximum temperature,.'. 76 94 M 83
Minimum temperature.... 69 78 61 67
Mean temperature...,..;.. 72 . w n 7o
Precipitation J....M.00 .00 .00 .00
Temperature and precipitation departures
rrom tne normal at umana since jnarcn
and romDared with the last two vears:
Normal temperature 76
ietlclency for the day..
Total excess since March 1 650
Normal precipitation.....:........ .12 inch
Facets for tho day 88 Inch
Total rainfall since March 1 (.23 Inch
Deficiency rlnce March 1 13.62 Inchea
leneiency for cor. period, lwrj... .e mcni
Deficiency for cor. period, 1808... .20 inch
Telephone Douglas 1910
I '1 -.V, gv I
Hearing Will Be
Held in Chicago
wo Hundred and Two Western
Transportation Lines Asked to Give
Reasons for Proposed Advance.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 13. An order was
Issued today by the Interstate Commerce
commission directing that a hearing in this
matter of general advances recently made
n the freight rates of western railroads
be begun on August 29 In Chlcaiio. The
order Is directed against 202 transportation
lines In the western trunk line, trann
mlRHourl and Illinois freight committee
WEDDINGS IN ODD PLACES
Trapese, Balloon and I. Ion's Caaje Are
Chosen by Freakish
Although the vast majority of brides and
bridegrooms are quite content to have the
nuptial knot tied In church, there are a
few who prefer It fastened In an odd envir
onment To be "spliced" on a swinging
trapese would not be every one's choice,
yet that was the scene selected on one
occasion by two couples of circus perform
ers. The contracting parties, gorgeously
arrayed, climbed onto two aerial perches,
one on each side of the ring, while the
officiating magistrate stood on a pyramid
In the center and conducted the service.
In 1897 a wedding occurred in a still more
curious and dangerous place In a lion's
cage at the Boston Zoo. Something like
4,000 people witnessed the event, a Metho
dist clergyman conducting It. The rever
end gentleman, however, stood outside the
cage, and at the proper moment the bride
and bridegroom followed the keeper into
the cage, which contained two large lions,
and the steel-barred door was closed be
hind them. The whole thing was over In
five minutes, but It must have seemed
years to the couple, considering that tho
Hons walked round the cage staring at the
unusual sight, and then laid down, roaring
and yawning alternately. On another occa
sion a couple had the romantlo Idea of be
ing married Inside the head of the collossal
figure of the Goodess of Liberty, which
stands In New York harbor. The head be
ing a hollow chamber, the feat was maae
feasible and was duly carried out, atter
the bridal party had mounted the v8,000
feet of. narrow stors to reach their desti
nation. Marriages have now and again taken
place on horseback, one such being between
an eloping couple some years back. While
a service was In progress In a village
church the noise of clattering hoofs was
heard. An official going to the entrance
found a man and woman mounted on pal
pttatlng animals. After some persuasion, as
the pair were armed with the necessary
authority, the clergyman promptly marriea
them, the lovers not dismounting aunng
the process. As soon as It was ended they
put spurs to their horses and galloped away
Into the darkness.
So far. It "would seem, marriages have
not been performed In motor cars or fly
ing machines, although ohe may rest as
sured that they will soon be utilized tor
such purposes. Before now ' the clouds
have witnessed wedding ceremonies. Some
years ago a balloon was turned Into a
chunch and a happy though nervous couple
made husband and wife therein. During
the Chlcigo world's fair same years ago
the Ferris wheel, of which the big wheel
at Earl's court was a near relative, was
one of the chief attractions, and an enter
prising couple elected .to be married In It
Accordingly they were united 250 feet above
the heads of the gaping and Interested
crowd. And, as there is no accounting for
taste, it Is not surprising to learn that
even the bowels of the earth have been
chosen for a wedding. Such an event in
a coal mine would be a matter-of-fact af
fair In comparison with a marriage In- the
Mammoth cave of Kentucky, whose won
ders and oreepiness have been pictured by
many pens until the reader has been made
almost nervous by the descriptions. Never
theless, this eerie cave was the scene of
a knot tying. . It was performed by the
light of torches, which - made the dark
ness of the cave If anything more intense,
the spot selected being something like nine
miles from ths entrance to the cave, and
only reached by crossing Styx-like waters
and crawling on bands and knees. London
EASY ON HOME TALK ABROAD
Too Many Ears Alert
In a foreign land It's never safe to sup
pose you are the only person around who
can talk English. Mark Twain recorded
in his "Innocents Abroad" the flagrant
blunder he made In Paris In company with
his friend "Dan" while passing a very
beautiful woman. "Look her over," said
Mark In effect, and In his ordinary tone of
voice. "She's worth it." He was flabber
gasted to hear this little rejoinder coming
In faultless English and- In tones of Icy
sweetness: "I thank you more for the evi
dent sincerity of your compliment than for
the publicity you have given It" As Mark
recites. "We took a walk," and the old
woodcut In the first edition of that travel
clisBlo shows two very flustrated tourists
making a getaway.
The observer at the office window recalls
Regardless of Cost
Make selections now. Goods will
be installed when you are ready by
competent fixture hangers. If you
use fixtures this fall it will pay you to
to take advantage of this sale, .-r
Lighting Fixture Co.
117 bouth 15th Street-
this Incident as a pref.ice to his own experi
ence annul midnight one night while walk
ing along the - Nevvky Proepekt In ft
I'eterburg. lie slowly overhauled and
passed two fellow countrymen who were
talking over the events of the night and ex
changing, quite unrestrainedly, experiences
such as tourists would belter keep away
from. The observer did not want to be an
eavesdropper, so he whistled, as If to him
self, a few bars of "Dolly Gray," which,
at that time, was wellnlgh the national
hymn, not only of America, but of Great
Britain. "Shut up, you blamed fool," he
heard one tourist say to the other, and for
a spaoe at least the Nevsky Pronpekt was
a nicer place to walk upon. New York
MAY NAME CARDINALS SOON
Little Hope than An American Will
Re Named Honors Go Else
where. Private advices have been received In this
country and confirmed by the Rome corre
spondents of the higher class of Catholic
Journals to the effect that Pope Plus X has
Intimated that the long heralded consistory
will be held next November. It Is of par
ticular Interest to this country and Canada,
for although It may happen that no American-
prelate will be raised to the senate of
the church, It seem a certainty that the
apostollo delegate at Washington Mgr. Fal
conlo, will be among the new cardinals. In
fact this Is openly stated by well Informed
correspondents of Catholic papers In Eng
land and America Mirr. Agtus, now In the
Philippines, Is to succeed him at Washing
ton. The monslgnor, who is a learned mem
ber of the Benedictine order, has almost
finished the laborious vork undertaken five
years ago. The archbishop of Montreal,
Mgr. Bruchesl, Is likely to be named, as
that country has had no representative In
the college of cardinals since the demise of
Some Intimate that the papal legate,
Cardinal Vannutelll,' may be the bearer of
a private communication on this subject to
Mgr. Bruchesl and that It will be made
known at the close of the congress. At all
events the pope has been at pains recently
to show his fondness for tne archbishop of
Montreal. At the latter's request he made
M. Lemoyne Demartlgny, a Canadian, a
pupal chamberlain and ordered him to be
attached to the escort of the cardinal legate
M. Demartlgny and Thomas Hughes Kelly
of this city will be the lay members of the
papal legation. There Is not he least hint
of another American being in 'the list of
coming cardinals. This Is variously com
puted at ten and twelve. It is taken for
granted that - the nuncio at Vienna, Mgr.
Granlto Belmonte, and the patriarch of Lis
bon, Mgr. Mendex Bello, will be among the
In the case of Mgr. Belmonte the pope. It
is understood, is quite wiling to give him
the hat, but the Emperor Francis Joseph
seems to be in the way. Austria still holds
a tight rein on' its ancient prerogative of
suggesting this one or that one for special
honors. Rome usually looks favorably upon
these requests, though the sacred college
did object when the country ventured to
use the power of veto at the conclave which
elected Pus X The nuncio at Vienna of
fended the prime minister, Count Aehren
thal, by his condemnation of Prof. Wahr
mund, and since that incident Austria has
shown no disposition to take the Initiative
In the matter of gettng him the coveted
honor. Mgr. Blaleti, the pope's majordomo;
Mgr. Lugarl, assessor of the holy office.
and Mgr. Delia Chlesa. archbishop of
Bologna, are among those mentioned by
persons close to the Vatican. ' Again, too,
the name of the archbishop of Westminster
Is brought forward, Mgr. Bourne. England
has been patiently Waiting for some recog
No fewer . than ten cardinals have died
since the last consistory,.-at .which several
wer named. - At present the sacred, college
consists of ftfty-two princes of the church;
twenty-three of them reside In Rome and
are engaged In the various congregations,
tribunals, etc.; thirty-one are Italians, two
are Germans, four Austrlans. two Hun
garians, four Spaniards, three French and
one each oome from the United States, Aus.
tralla, Belgium, Brazil, Portugal and Ire
land. All but five of the cardinals have
received esplacopal consecration. The
representation of the religious orders In
the college Is two for the Friars Minor and
one each for the Benedictines, Augustln
lans, Oratorlans, Carmelites and Capuchins.
Of the present College of Cardinals one
was created by Plus IX, thirty-six by Leo
XIII, and fifteen by Plus X. Cardinal
Gruscha, archbishop of Vienna, la the old
est member. He will toe 90 In November.
The papal secretary .of state Is the young
est lis will be JuBt half the age of
Cardinal Gruscha next October. New
The Key to the Situation Be Want Ads.
The following ancedote was told by
uoionei John A, KlKer of Philadelphia, a
veteran of the olvll war:
in tne army ot the Cumberland one
oi tne oincers whose duty it was to fur
nish the guards with a password for the
night gave the word 'Potomac.' A Ger
man, on guard, not understanding dls
tlnctly the difference between 'b's' and
'p's' understood It to ' be 'Botomac,' and
this, on being transferred to another, was
corrupted -to B'uttermilk.' Soon afterward
me oincer wno naa given the word wished
to return through the lines, and, approach
ing a sentinel, was ordered to halt and the
word was demanded. He gave 'Potomac'
" "Nlcht right. You don't pass mlt me.'
" 'But this is the word, and 1 will pass.'
" 'No; you stan',' at the same time plac
ing a bayonet at his breast In a manner
that told Mr. Officer that 'Potomac' did
not pass in Missouri.
" 'What Is the word, then?"
" 'Buttermilk.' "
" 'Well then. 'Buttermilk.' " -
" 'Dat Is right. Now you may pass mit
yourself all about your pztness.' 'Wash
the World Building.
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Which will stand all climates and
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Pay $1 Per Week
For beautiful 17-tewel ad
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guaranteed case! the new. thlt
models, a beauty; regular price
szi. r or a limited time we will
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Associated with the University of
Nebraska, offer .
An Up-to-Date and Com
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It has to offer maximum
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minimum tuition charge. y u
A requeat on postal card will 'sel?
cure our special announcement for
the season 1910-1811. It might pay
you to write.
LI1C0LH DENTAL COLLEGE
. Lincoln, Nebraska
Clyde Davis, M. D., IX D. 8.,
Did you hear It? How embar
rassing. These stomach noisesmake
you wish you could sink through
the floor. You imagine everyone
hears them. Keep a box of CAS
CARETS in your purse or pocket
and take a part' of one after eating1.'.
It will relieve the stomach of gas.-su '
CASCARBT8 lOo box for week's
. ' treatment All dregftista. Biggest seller '
In the world million boxes moots- 4
Coat and Vest
to Order $12.00
Reduced from $22
This Is our great sale ot rem
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big enough for .men of medium
size. All go at about half the
regular selling price.
All well , lined and trimmed.
Every garment guaranteed per
feot In fit and style.
, B04-808 South Sixteenth 8tV '
At the "Sign of Fitch" you
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