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THE HKK: OMAHA, TUmsDAY, PK(T,M HER 8, 1910.
Base Ball Dopesters Figuring Out What to Do Next Year; Trotting Decisions
DENVER SECURES A TRAINER, All-Star Gridiron
Orirzliei Are Already Preparing for Team tO Make Trip
TROTTING BOARD DECISIONS
The weakness of the then existing laws' backing for a contest of this hind. Mont of
NEBRASKA LEAGUE IS
Record of Constantine Made at New-
South for Two Games, ton. Ia corrected.
EULING ON SIXTH HEAT RACE
411 the- Town Which t'aesd It
( Ml Ynr Are- los to iort
Frank Newhouse. has tinned aa trainer
of tha Denver base ball team to tierel
Sam Murbarirer. who kept the arlzr-llea
In ur)i great shape lant year. MurbarsT
ban several offers from bin league Hub
which, he l considering, but may declrle to
drvote all hla time to hla business. New
house !a one of the beat known trainers
In the country. At Afferent times he ha
been the trainer ff Colorado college. School
of M'nes, and with several first claaa base
ball teams. lAst rsr he was an umpire
In the Central league and had a berth there
for neat season If he so desired.
Organised bane ball has won a termanent
home In the smaller Nebraska cities which
held membership dast year In tha Mink
league and the Nebraska slate league cir
cuit. Auburn fans have raised a pot of
2.IKW) with which to finance their club In
1U. Out In the state league not one of
the e'ght towns In last year's circuit shows
fny signs of wavering. All of them. In
fact, are making ready for the coming
campaign. York, meanwhile. Is to apply
Rustv Owens, once a pitcher with the
Pueblo club. Is the moving spirit In the
projected organlration of a new base ball
league to be made tip exclusively of Iowa
towna. Cedar Rapids. Mason City, Musca
tine. Iowa City. Marshalltown. Boone,
OskaJooea, Fort Dodge and Clinton are
the cities mentioned for membership.
K Is Mandatory la Case of lie
rtsloa ana ebra.La Hr Man
Is Helosed share of
Will Play at Memphis and New Or
leans Dnrinfj the Christ
CAMBRIDGE. Mass. Pec. 1 . A irreater
part of the Harvard law school foot ball
team. wHIch defeated the Carlisle Indian
S to 0 last month, and which Is composed
of former players from Harvard, Yale,
Princeton and the t'nlversity of Michigan,
will Invade the south during the Chrlstma
holidays and meet two southern teams In
Memphis on Pexember 2' and In New Ort
leans on Perember 31.
Negotiations for the games liae been
under way for some weeks, but It was not
until trday that Captain Hamilton Fish, Jr.,
announced their completion.
The Memphis jrame will be against the
pick of the Vanderbllt and Suwanee elevens, that the time of the third bent of 2:27 trot
and at New Orleans the all-stars will meet nt Newton, la., September IS, 1909, he made
the best men from the t'nlversity of j-wv.
CHICAGO. Pee. 7 The board of appeals
of the American Trotting association In
session here today made public the follow
ing disposition of cases brought before it:
Theodore Hull of Edgcly. N. D., and the
bay mare Nellie N. and mare Clole Klllon
ordered to pay fees to Pane County Agri
cultural society and IaCrosse Interstate
Fair association, both In Wisconsin.
In the application of C. Y. Clement of
Pes Moines, la., and chestnut horse Con
stantine for correction of record, directed
Louisiana and one or two other southern
The "All-stars" lineup will be as follows:
Ends, Houston. Harvard, and Auchln-
Bhepard Chain, C. A. I.ee and their Day
peldlng Sly S., of Coffeyvllle, Kan., were
denied their protest against the Anthony
Pnir. association of Kansas, and A. J.
closs. Yale; tackle. Fish. Harvard, and j Hamton of Nebrarka City and hla horse,
rllver H.. on the ground a sixth Is man
datory in the event of no decision and their
refusal to enter the sixth heat debarred
them from a share In the money.
Peclarlng black gelding, Jim OSha, of
C. K. Dean of Sioux City, la., waa prop
erly Identified and entitle! to his win
nings at Iowa City races, August 13, 1910,
and Grlnnell, la., September 12, 1910.
Crumporkpr. Michigan; guards. Hnar. liar
vard, and Turks, Yale; center. Cass, Prince
ton; quarterback, Gardner, Harvard; half
tacks. Flitter and Moore. Princeton, and
Corbett, Harvard; fullback, White, Har
vard. Tate Mather of Omaha, formerly of the
Comhuskers" team, Is a member of the
Harvard law rchool team and was ex
pected to maka the trip with the All-star
team, but later decided to come to Omaha
for tho holidays.
GOLF CLUBS REQUIRE CARE
Woodea Ones eed F.speclal Attention
la Wet Weather and After Play
ing In the Know.
Ordeman Wants to
Wrestle in Omaha
Giant of the Mat Wants to MaXe a
Match for the Local
Omaha's next wrestling- match will be
between Ordeman and Whoever he will
agree to meet here. He has written to
Manager GUlan of the Auditorium asking
If a match with Wtstergaard can be ar
ranged for here sometime In January and
if he can not meet Westergaard he wants
to facet some other of the big men of t himself that the shafts ate dried ilor
this, country before an Omaha audience.
Ordeman is the man -to whom Gotch has
given away on the mat.
ENGLISH v1eW0F"F00T BALL
Elevens Wear Weird Looking Padded
C lpthes" -C h-er,for Partisans .
prise Mom spectators.
No practical golfer needs to be told any
longer that the risk of bringing ruination
upon his clubs, especially the wooden ones.
; Dy piaying-with them In. the wet Is very
! considerable, particularly when those
wooden clubs have such delicate and sen- I ninglmin coal land entries or other coal
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meiit administration as furnishing evidence
of some sinister purpose.
gpre-lflc Findings In Report.
The report makes the following specific
That the charges and insinuations against
Secretary Bailinger in regaro to me .un-
sltlve shafts as the new Dreadnoughts
. . . . in iifiib muni T7 i tLKfu nun
' D r An aManll..n .1.4 l.A ... .. ...
Two ifood soaklngs. neglected, are quite
enough to ruin a thin driver shaft. It is
simply wicked to ttike good clubs out on a
wet day In a bag which is without a hoi d.
After each shot the player should wipe unci
dry the sole and lace of the head and the
shaftIt can be done In a few second. niitl
at the end of the day he should see to:-
Tha London Pally Telegraph publishes
the following comment on American foot
UThe first' exhibition In Uondon of the
American llugby giune waa given at tho
Crystal palace tool hall ground ysti
day aftarnvon by ma selected frojti the
crews of the Vrl states . battleships
Idaho and rntonk - The fc.ouu people pdes
e.;u wunossed. a rousing struggle, wnlch,
though renderert somewhat one aided by
the superiority vf thf Idaho men, waa nev
kitheless thoroughly enjoyed.
Resembling tho Hrltlsli Rugby game In
many ways, the American game is much
rougher and moro exciting. Opponent
hurled IhemaelvM) against each other when
at full speed in a manner which alarmed
the crowd, with- tbe exception of that por
tion which was composed of American
sailors, who displayed their partisanship
by cheering, shouting advice and waving
Hags. The band from the battleship Idaho
struck up lively . airs whenever their side
tilected a score. i
Hoth elevens Wtr Wslrd looking padded
clothes, and these doubtless accounted for
;helr escaping serloua Injury. Hcrumniag
Ing forms the principal feature of the play,
and the majority of, the Idaho's points em
anated directly rom "scrums" in front
'if the goal mouth, the goals being kicked
following slight Infringements. The Idaho
team won by IK points to I), and their suc
cess was slirnalUea by a demonstration
oughly. but not by putting them, close to
a tire or stove. Chalk the faces of ihe
drivers u keep out the wet.
The ancients knew many good dodges
which have been forgotten. A very old an
nual says that in winter the player should
I ku1- ui kuiih. percoa in a small
Stoppered bottle and fill the hottle on Mini
ether. Then when the solution becomes u
thick -as oream It should be poured oft
and applied In a thin cost to me face of
the wooden cliihs.' where It serves the dual
purpose of keeping the wet out of the wood
and giving a good grip. to. the ball. The
idea seems excellent
TWCvSIGN NEW CUB CONTRACTS
Victor aler aad Fraak Pfef fer Attach
fttsaatarea to Paper- Approved
by hrnrh. '
XHW YORK. Pec. 7. President L.yneli
of the National league' today approved the
Contracts With Chicago, Victor 8. Saier
and Frank Pfeffer; with Cincinnati, R. C.
Hoblltxeli. M. r Mitchell and I.. U.
Moren; with New York, It. V. Marquard.
Arthur E. Wilson and George It. Wiltse;
with Philadelphia. G. C. Alexander and
Byron A- Slaughter.
Releases Hy Hrooklyn to Ixiulsville, A.
Ruemlller; by Plillade'('hia to Scranton.
"Kittle' Knight. .
MAROON FIVE NOW AT WORK
land claims In Alaska are not Justified and
his conduct In respect thereto is not Justly
That lie was fully Justified In revoking
the Indian co-operative agreement.
That the restorations of water power
sites by Secretary Hal linger w ere made in
good faith and not in enmity to the gov
ernment and that no Injury appears to have
been dime to the government and the cause
of conservation by either the restorations
That. In view of the opinion of the at
torney genet al, he was Justified In abandon,
InK the use of the o-ca!led water users co
operative certificates in connection with
the reclamations of arid lands.
That the administration of the reclama
tion law presonted features Justly subject
to criticism. No unfair criticism or im
proper conduct on Secretary Halllngers
part haa been shown nor any action by him
not within the tound discretion of the head
of the Interior department In the faithful
performance) of his duty. ' :
That he Is not an enemy of. nor hostile
to -a reasonable and judicious policy of
conservation and that no ground whatever
has been shown Justifying the opinion that
he is not a faithful and efficient public
Alnsaa tal Cases.
After setting forth the .fact that the en
tire known coal fieMs ol Alaska, icoyerlng
more than ,00O,O0 acres, la Mill- in- govern
ment ownership, the report takes up the
hearing upon Ihe strife between Secretary
Halllnger and other officials of the govern
ment, including several of his subordinates,
and Mr. Plnchot, who was deposed as gov
ernment forester. The report then Bays:
'Your committee finds that the Interests
of the people as owners of the Alaskan
coal fields are not threatened or endang
ered under existing conditions." ,
Speaking of the Cunningham claims the
committee finds that it would be Improper
for It to pass upon the merits of t these
claims and thua -prejudice them while they
are pending. "If " regular." the
renort says, "patents should be allowed.
If thev are fraudulent, cialma should be
on l!,e subject of conservation Is recog
nised by the Cum in It lee which endutse
conprehenslve blanket withdrawals so a
to prevent the monopollilng of power
Withdrawals Are Dlacasaed.
At the same lime the committee says:
"It Is plain that such withdrawals should
be made only fur the purpose of permitting
congress to act. and that blanket with
drawals are Justified only upon condition
of immediate examinations and restoration
of the land not needed for the purpose of
making effective any aciion which con
gress should aee fit to make.
"The continuance of the excessive with
drawals could not be Justified." the re
port says, "a day longer than was neces
sary to ascertain what land actually con
stitutes tlie supposed rower sites."
tJcplalnlng the exoneration of Mr. H-1
linger, because of his abrogation of the
Indian co-operative agreement relative to
logging and lumbering on Indian reserves,
the committee says the secretary found
that operations were being carried on by
the bureau of forestry of a wasteful and
an extravagant nature and entailing loss
to the Indians. Much of this work was
being done by employes of the Interior de
partment. He held that the contract between the
Indian officers and . the forest service
made during Secretary Garfield s adminis
tration constituted in effect the transfer
to one department of an appropriation
made to another. He held that this waa
illegal and was supported by an opinion
of the comptroller of the treasury, the re
port say a.
For questioning the validity of the co
operative corUflcates by which settlers
within Irrigation districts would be per
mitted to pay a part of the charges
against them In work instead of cash, the
committee says that Secretary Halllnger
had been assailed as an enemy of con
servation. In tlda connection the finding
of the majority was that "he was fully
Justified in taking tbe course he did. If
he had done otherwise he would not have
been a faithful public officer."
The secretary held that the issue of the
certificates waa In contradiction of the
provisions of the reclamation act, "that
no contract can be let for any part of a
project until the necessary funds are
available In the reclamation fund."
v -' " - . - , . . i squuo 01 iweive inayrra. lotteries xvaycruil
vn the part of their bandsmen who, after Bn(( g.Lomme,. drilled the squad for an
fiieerum iouuiv. inn , . .......
The PlVates of Penxance," In qulcrf suc
At the concluHion of the game the sail
ors on the touch line almost delirious with
delight at Idaho's success, "cake walked"
all over the. field and tav? American dit
ties. As a spectacle tin! m waa an en
tire success, but it was regarded, by those
of the onlookers who were British as in
comparable with Ktigllsh Rugby as regards
science. A stiver cu was presorted to the
NO MORE RECRUITS ARE
WANTED BY COMISKEY
Sqnad of Uosen Begins Basket Vail
Work oa Monday with tiood
CHICAGO. Pec. 7. Maroon basket ball ....nceiied The claimants are entitled to all
candidates started their winter training inlI.Hrtial iudgment upon their rights in the
yesterday at Hurtlett gymnasium with a I miP""18111 8
aquud of twelve players. Coaches Raycrort iniii.
It IS Said tne COIUIIUll. iwunu hv ibuii
hour and ordered a long session for this
afternoon. The eilglbles who came out for
work were Haner, Goldstein, Kolkerson,
Slid man. Goettlcr, Paine und Stein.
BAItRIHIt. W1V Ui:MI'lll I'HI.K
ir of the Hhllr Sox Hays He Is
Looking Ualjr for Reasoned
French Atlatur Makea Sixteen Miles
In Less Than Kleven Minnies.
MEMPHIS, Pec. 7 Rene Harrier today
won the I'i.OOO prlxc offered by the Commercial-Appeal
for a flight over the clly
to President's Island and return, a dls
tuu'cu of aixieent miles. Harrier's time wus
lO oi'-s. John H. Mnissunt also competed for
the prise, making the first flight in 18:111-.
He drifted out of his course and thus lost
it was unnounced by the, inunag. meni
that Harrier flew at the rate of xl.vi miles
an Hour, establishing a new world's record
for the distance. Ills average height was
Shis II Mtuatl at I uvea.
IOWA CITX la.. Dec 7. (Special.)
Iowa's basket ball squad will be small this
year. Captain Hyland and Murphy of the
foot bail eleven say they will nut play bas
ket ball this year. This leaves Hugo
Kydeii, the captain of the five, with only
lew available experts, nonmiiit, tne cen-
CIIICAOO. Pec. 7. Blily Sullivan, .llmmy
Block and Freddy Payne, tho wind pad
art sts of the White Sox, will have a co
diutor when next season opens; that is
they will If Cumtskcy can pull of tne deal
t the annual league meet ng in New
"Yes. I am after another catcher." said j
I. OOllllV IOOUV. nui IIW nuuwi nwi itmnr oi, . . ., ...... ;
!." ,.???Ufle. Ir li ' " forward. l!eeper Smith and Ballander
t came time to talk trades. It Is generally . . . ,,,', u.. ur. hi,r
bel ved. however, that Comlskey Is look- , of ,B!,t ',r substitutes also are hire.
Ing for Bill Carrlgan, the Boston Red Sox , . , , -i tt t
backstop, and :f Carrlgan were aconni- i I nrf U p I-. I ppt Ofl HPIfl
Panled here by Joe Wood, the hurler. I ittlU XXiKj XJlUUtUU HCllU
Comiskev would be willing to let go a con-
pie of outfielders and even might loosen a i
pitcher more to President Taylor's liking
than Wood has been.
"No mor ' recruits for ine this year." I
said Comiskev. "Any further add'tlons to j
the White Sox will have lo be gilt-edge
men. You know It Is known we are go ng j
to do things In this league next year." ;
to doubt that the commissioner of the gen
eral land office, with an appeal to tha
secretury of the Interior, would decide the
cases fairly and Impartially, but because
of the imputations heaped upon them It Is
recommended that a law tie enacted for
the transfer of hese and any other cases
Involving claims to Alaskan coal lands to
an appropriate court for a hearing and a
.rasing System Advocated.
Concerning the future of Alaskan coal
lands the report makes a definite recom
mendations in favor of the leasing sys
tem, which also was favored by President
Taft In his mes.siige to congress. The rec
"You committee believes It would be the
height of unwisdom to permit these great
coal fields to be. monopollxed or gathered
Into the private ownership of a few for
speculative purposes. As they increase In
value the Increment should Inure to the
benefit of all the people.
"To bring about this result and at the
same time put ah end to the unreasonable
his relatives seem sniffled with the ver
IOWA CITY Stanley Hughes. 3-year-old
son of F.rvln Hushes of nenr Iowa City,
was frightfully and perhaps fatally burned
late Saturday evening by tailing into a pan
of honing w.iter. Ills body from his waist
down suffered painfully and his outer sKln
clung to his clothing when the latter was
removed. His condition is critical.
FORT POPGB K. W. Mshlk of Chi
cago has been chosen secretary of the
Young Men s Christian asocintlon here
and has arrived to take charge of tne
work. Recently he has been principal of
the Aiilcn Ilitih school. Mr. Malilke takes
up his Fort Podse work when the local
Young Men's Christian association moves
into Its fine new llb.uct) building.
FORT POPGK-M. J. Foley, a well known
traveling salesman In the employ of the
Hartshorn Shade Roller company, died
Monday at his home here, leaving bereft a
wife of less than a year, formerly Miss
Anna Collins, the daughter of a prominent
Fort Dodge financier. Mr. Foley Is also
survived by his mother, residing In Fort
Podge, and by a sister, Mrs. Walter Crow,
ell or Ksthervllle.
MASON CITY' One of the most Impor
tant breach of promise cases ever tried In
Wright county is scheduled for this term
o' court. Mary Donahue, a resident of
Eagle Grove, wants heart balm to the
amount of J30,0no from John McDonald, sr.
a prominent engineer of the Chicago &
Northwestern. According to her allega
tions he has an Interest in a bank. Interest
In several gold mines and in some silver
NEWTON James Mulligan, the sup
posedly dead and long lost son of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Mulligan, a deceased
former Kellogg old couple, who recently
reappeared at his old home after an ab
sence of years, became violently demented
at Colfax Monday while at the home of
nis oniy relative, a sister, Mrs. K. H.
Welsner. He was brought here and placed
In Jail and the commissioners will investi
gate his case.
NKWTON Frank Rucker. a wealthy and
prominent farmer living r.ear Prairie City,
Jasper county, has disappeared and the
family has applied to the sheriff's office
for aid In finding him. Rucker left home
ten daya ago. Going to Runnells he drew
$100 from a bank account he carried there.
hired a livery team and drove to Monroe
There he took a train for the east. That
waa ten days ago and the famllv ha. hu,i
no word from him since.
YOUNG MAN HANGS HIMSELF
A. I,, l.ants, F. in ployed by Al. Booth
Near Shenandoah, Takes Life
No Cause Knovrn.
SHENANDOAH, . la., Dec. 7. (Special
Telegram.) A. L. l.antz, 37 years of age,
employed on the farm of Albert Booth,
five miles southwest, committed suicide by
hanging himself In a barn this morning.
I.antz had been deranged at times for the
last twelve years, at which time hla wife
died, and had been in the Insane hospital
at Clarlnda three times. He was discharged
the last time a little more than a year ago
and since then had been employed by
Booth, and of late had shown no sympton.s
of his trouble. He took a halter and
buckled It around a rafter and hung him
self with the rope end. There was no
trouble of any kind land he had about )200
In wages coming to Mm.
Death T'ollnwa Aertdetat.
CRESTON. Ia.,a Phf. -T.fSneclal Tele
gram.) Hurry Burr Vance died today fol
lowing an accldemt . that occurred during
his duties as switchman In the Burlington
yards here earlj this morning. Vance was
caught between two cars while making a
coupling, suffering Internal Injuries. He
was 21 years of age and the son of Mrs.
Iowa ews .'Votes.
IOWA CITY Bruce Moore haa been
chosen president of the Johnson County
Fair association for next year, with John
Roegle vice president, George Hitchcock
secretary and J. E. Swttaer treasurer. The
society gained 300 during the last year.
FORT DODGED-A fire that is thought to
be of incendiary origin burned llio sheep,
many pigs. 150 tons of hay, 2iSJ bushels of
corn and much farm machinery on the
farm of J. W. Johnson of Pioneer. Every
effort possible Is being made to detect the
BOONE D. O. Baker, the well known at.
torney of this city, recently was partaking
of an oyster cocktail in this city when he
."elt something hard. He took the hard
substance from his mouth and went over to
Eckstein, the Jeweler, and received 176 for
MASON CITY On Wednesday morning
Attorney P. J. Dougherty will argue for a
new trial In tbe case of J. 8. Shearer, con
victed of the murder of Henry Lucas. It
is not generally believed that a new trial
will be granted. Falling In thin the attor
ney may appeal to the supreme court, but
the latter is doubtful. Shearer's relatives
will not furnish the necessary financial
Ilprome Pa)llnM Gentlemen After Tak
ing the Nel;S-I)ay Cure for the
. Drink Uabit.
It Is a very easy matter nowadays to
become cured of Ihe drink habit since the
Neal 3-day drink-habit cure haa been
perfected. The hardest part of it usually
condition now existing your committee ' to convince the erring one that he needs
recommends that the government refusa to 11 ur ior tne erring one iu coiiviuta nun
of Red Cross Society
DALTON MAY BE NEW CAPTAIN
Baker's Star- Half Bark Will Re
Leader al Xnt Year's Team I nder -
BALDWIN. Kan.. Pec 7 The foot ball
team will elect a rantaln for next year
rest week and It !s prohahle that George
Palton. right half on the team this venr.
will b chosen to fill the pi-e. More than
half the points scored by Baker Ih s venr
were scored bv Palton's dron kicks The
team will he banqueted next wk h the
school and It Is expected that MO studerin
and townspeople will he at the font tall
President Predicts Full Amount of
Two Million Dollar Fund Will
Soon Be Baited.
sell the lands, but that retaining their
ownership, it shall grant leases at fair
i royalties for periods limited, long enough
and covering areas large enough to Justify
the necessary Investments upon sound
business principles and thus secure the
1 opening and operation of sufficient mines
: lo meet the necessities of Alaskan consump
tion; afford relief from the piesent out
j rageous prices paid by consumers, and ac
j the same time afford some revenue to the
I government. We recommend legislation to
tl at end, mid that pending such legislation.
self of the adage, "Once a drinker, always
a drinker," unless cured by the proper
A man's money, business, reputation
and friends quickly drift away, like the
fog before the sun, when the flowing
howl is tapped too frequently, and it dnet
not take long for him to be pointed out
and whispered about as a "rounder" and
a "booze fighter." When a man gits that
name his reputation for business honesty
and Integrity auffer a severe change.
The contamination of alcoholism exerts
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their office being to provide every
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Tim MODERN OAHOLlNK-propelled coupe appeals with particular
force to the society woman of the American city,
IV THE COXY rVTKRIOR of her own enclosed motor cr Milady is
enabled to make the rounds of the retail district In comfort, do
Bplte the coldest weather. Her coupe makes her Independent of
climatic difficulties tn the performance of her society d title. At
tendance at the theater also loses its problem of discomfort so
often the result of winter chill or summer storm. v
THK FliANPERS "20" OOt'PK, built by the K-M-K Company, and
marketed at $975 is the most remarkable automobile value ever
offered, Though the price is far below anything in the former
annals of enclosed-vehicle manufacture, the Flanders "20" Coupe
will be found ample in size and complete in every detail of its
PLATE-GLASS WIXDOWH, adjustable to all weather conditions;
electric interior and exterior lights, controlled by a switch on the
dash; nickeled hardware, wide doors, upholstery in English broad
cloth and fine leather,' the Flanders "20" coupe compares favorably
In Its appointments with the most expensive vehicles on the market.
THE COUPE BODY Is mounted on the standard Flanders "20"
chassis, ensuring ample power and ease of manipulation.
STIRDV ENOUGH FOR ANY SERVICE yet so dainty as to present
the Interior of a veritable drawing room on wheels, the Flanders
"20" Coupe embodies an investment of $975 certain to(pay grati
fying dividends In health' and comfort. . .. . . i , . V
THERE ARE NO EXTRAS Involved In the purchase of a Flanders.
"20" Coupe. The Initial cost covers every necessary piece of equip
ment. No charging station is needed to maintain it. Its care In
volves no more attention that that given a standard gasoline-propelled
FLANDERS "CO" COUPK arrived this morning. For demonstration,
Phone Douglas 363, A-3679.
THE E-M-F-COMP AN Y
- (Licensed Under thu Selden Patent.)
2026 Farnam St, Omaha, Neb.
Restored to Natural Color with One Bottla of ! ILMstiII K
f WYETH'S SAGE AND j j P-f f
I SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY !,! f I f
Tha Only a True Hair Restorer. . Tonic and
ALMOST A MIRACLE
My hair was as white aa snow when I commenced using
Wytth'a Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy. One bottle re
stored my hair to its natural dark brown color. As I am now
70 years old, I consider tho result most remarkable. It is aa
agreeable and refreshing hair dressing, keeping the hair soft
CBd glossy, without being la the least greasy or eticky.
210 West Mala Street, Rochester, N. Y.
pKiilr Tonic irt Wti
AJmn MMJ tmi tm III II M
rtmtl Me. AND tlJ
VTHf wvtih cxuucAi. ee v
NCW rowi CTTT
V ASHINOTt'N, U-.'. ;.-l'i fn.lenl Tafl tlio .xiatlriK witluliawal fiom entry 'of tha ; 1 " re l '"n "y'
. re-rt,,t,U prealdent of the America,, ( AluMcan ioal lands bo made. J aro"h" NB'
; . ,, ..... , , i 'o0- South Tenth fct. Patlenti are re-
R,4 lro. a,H-,ty at tha annual meeiiue I " rPive(i at al, hour,. The Kenulne Noai
l.-Iay. ami Hcben lie forest, l harlc-a , A to ,e ,.on,iutt of Mr. oUvls in the I cure ia alao administered at 15U5 W.
! n Mnxee and A. Piatt Andrew. asMmuni ( UIlg period in vvhi. h the AUska Kial claim fharloa ft., Orand Island. Neb. Vur full
;eeiretaiy of the treasury, were re-elected , cae were under hla io:it,ul aa special i,formail.n artdrean. N.al lnatllute C.,
i vice pr-sldent, aeoretary and treasurer, j Uj,t nt of the land o'.'ioe. the report da- o. B.. 1502 South TeDth St
rrapectlvely. ulaien lio liad uffiienl time and abundant ! i ... - . -
aa.-iuin't- to make t lie field rxumlnalinn :
v. hii ii lie bad demanded,
in ll lit roiinectlon tbe comm.ttee ayi:
r'redeiirk V. Ibmanii ol Si. l.unln.
whore name ai Kent lo tbe atnute iolay
for appointment aa solicitor general, "a
elected counsellor of the oi sanitation
office bliherto vacant.
The president and member of Ills cab
inet, loietlur with the ministers , to
l l-.ltad Mates from SnltserUn.1 and ''rf-li
KUa and tne delegates to the cnvenlion.
attended a rec-i ptlon Klve t by Mis Muri
Presldeut Taft. In his lapa.ltv ai tirexl
ilelil. oreHuled for A lim. A :iiiiiMn,-e-T.ent
,t will rinreace Knli!h A e..lod nnar- W" 'u,ac ,n"1 -New ' ' ' " ' " a,reBU
ft mill slnir and a battle roval will be nut f''d llic .VAJ.Oiv allotted as Us bi In
n In help funilli the fun of the venliiR. . the Hed I'ros udo me'it fun I of li.Oj .'.Out.
l'rtsiJti.t Tafl prcdli-Ud list lb fall
Beaeflt for ll-laat mlth.
Followers of the bnxlnlr fama in Oni
I vf arraneed to alve a benef't 'r'dav
nlht to lialuht 8mth. lbs wll kno-vn
olored hoer. ho flourished In Ot
M-eikl Hears aro and who l rn In fM
In health. Tbe rrinclnal "imhfr on th
rard will ! a Ms-roiird esh!h'loi between
l tlrav of St Jn.epli and rani Murrnv
f krruVs I l nalaea Faaris.
NKPRASKA TlTT. Neb. T'ee. T-(fi..e.
ctal I For tbe Isst t i clave a rrmni'ti
bus been out rUia a sran'e fund for
tbe coming Mtaun to enable th'S ritv to be
retained and roprevented In the Mink
ball Iras-us next rummer. Tbev have raised
Hie amou.it and will be on band with It
al tbe meeting of lb officers of the as
siMlatlon when they meet In this city
amount of tne fund s.on w.iill be In hkiid
and gmt i is.se i.i M!. Mabel B nrj-iis'i.
who Is iho a.'l". e htui o! tie aisocUUoii.
If 1.3 demand was in a od fa. lb. lilavl.i
was s.o.-siy remi in Ills du'v in not hav
ing lit- i xuniinalion mdde then."
i 1 1 i n v 1 1 1 1 : i k upon the blanket w lth
diuM.i'.s nl l uiillr lands winch were made
by Ju.nm It. tiai field, whin etH i etary ot
li.u inter.or, the iiiinniiuee sas this action
wits '.akeii by bim afier be at'erta.nc.i
tbat be would u:;l be r.', , jinlcd niiil.-i
I'resl.bnt Tafl. It Is s;ild liie-e nine
J sv.sls aei made afteinaid". from tiif
insie inspection of the !und office stale
.l.iii nf thci-o lands wete lestored .o
l.i.- pob'.lc domain b r'ecrotaiy i.aUtiKi
m l a poi-.loo were syaln i-i as.ila Tne
. , .. i;i ill a il.- a.'' or.llii'i to the i'n:.imii
iif. wire ir.ati' by Si--;etUry Lldl'inycr
ofier a "carefui examinat'oii of the intps.
outa and tepo.ts in tbo Reoloicsl s:ire.'-."
A Tom uf ;uld
could buy nothing letter fjr female s
neesra. lame back and kldiit-y trouble tHan ai'd It I. raid that the lr:li.Jnal( em- ;
Elec tric I: tins. U)c. For rale by Keaton braced all the power sites in t:.e ong.nal
Drug Co. blanket withdrawals made by Mr. Garfield, j
If you're urnle ii(i us In what he rt
ike, vUiy r.t make up jour mind how
Much hlH f rer.eni slm'l rost faint buy
cm of i'ur Uerrh.in.llxe Cirfltm? He'il
iht-'i be at U'erty to rliunsi ilie very
;!i in;: ho ii red i f e mo!!', anl I'lnnwe
t from h atitt k second 10 tum la
I-iwn. This Is a nil:hiy fc"n up i
nip loyf-r who ih tn reiieinhnr
iheM t rtiloHji. Save Itine. trouble
I v. rry uiiil ert''ief iii pusi
. tly t r'is-at'Jirat'tl m.
Tom Kelley Co.
. v 3J5 So. 16th St.
TOM IILIXT JACK McQUHXEbT
c;ShJ.itIll?,.!fta,when WYETH'S SAGE AND
SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY is daily producing
Just such results?
After years of study and analysis of the ha'r. we
ci n abl to Produce n ideal Hair Tonic
find Kestorer, which contains an actual constituent
Of hair, combined with ingredients of recognized
merit for treatment of hair and scalp diseases. It
mates and keeps the scalp clean and healthy, given life.
Strength and lustre to the hair, and restores Udci
tea fray hair to natural color.
JK9U.7,.,itejfshow ?on? and thick yur nalr ,s-
WYETH'S SAGE AND SULPHUR iiAIR REM
EDY will make it longer and thicker. It will re
move every trace of dandruff in a few days, stop
falling in one veck, and start a new growth in from
one io inree montns.
These are facts that have hem . .
WYETH'S SAGE AND SULPHUR HAIR REMEDY is uar
anteed to do all that it is claimed tc do or the price will be refunds!.
Wyetli Chemical Company,
50c AND $1.00 A BOTTLE " AT ALL DRUGGISTS
,f T?,? Dr' Vo KMp It Im4 SOo. In Rtevmpf
mm r t.t p.nu i vi a. s,arg Oattle. biprMt fiwpaast
71 COttTUVNOT STBEtT
NKVV YOIltf CITY. H. T.
1UI1 ftAl.t. AM) KKCOM.MU.MiKli lit
SHERMAN & McCONNELL DRUO CO. AND OWL DRUG CO.
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