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ASQUITH PKGinSES EOLIE RULE j
MIS. SHEYALIER ELD GUILTY :
,lled ie plant, ptittina in a mlttitniMil
bunting and building an up-to-"taie
' Kl... J 1 M ' 1 1 -lH.Murin 'f,-ii mmm
Sf-cond Trial of. Woman at Lincoln 1 'm"lml the .wmiv j.mae nir
euar i reeK inn -mss ina i
Premier Defines Attitude of Ministry
ia Speech in Common.
LCirS THE G2EAT C2STACLE
Lndi in Conviction.
TZ2JZ2.J 13 WILL CASE
few el Wals. J ark iallKr
tlta -"asaae ef Mlawlairr
Gra4um ml lnhmlir
"lata Fair Wfrue
i From a Staff Correspondent. I
t-TVror.X. Feb. !i.-i!pnHlj-Un.
A. pea M. Shevaller was declared a.ulty of
perjury by the district court jury this property at bee waa Mild on .Mini-. tor
morning-, "he wan tmiiX of false nr- : . snd bid ia by the heirs id
l, I. ... . ... ! "W" Cases.
' " MS Ml 1IUaHIOal - Ilia VI M"-1 ' Ut
. . ,. " .' ! PKATRH'K WfiH waa revel ,-ed
Helen A. Horn, which waa oae of the moat annoum-ine; the death of
bitterly fnusnt prnDly cases In Limt Hi uinnrih. a fnrmrr resident c
l-n .wen.ini.-er maait.-r tif ! H M-i-
indnr .f E;-ht Mile i.mv. nmltiit. Th I
wnnnny pia ronsr. Krv. Sir. May- !
find of Louisville of ."Viaiinl. j
t.T'.'Vf-HnitiiT S'anlev are and Ui
Allc-e Verneil Kvr'! were irarned n si. f
Vil!tin 'Jar at the ptmmua of tne
r uf rTeMivter-an r-tiren or ioux "tv.
Tlie hr lie i tli ri. us-titee ff M krrn Fvnr.
eti of I.vone. Tha amorn Ivh at W a vr. '.Com mona ttwlay. Premier Amjuith rettet
i"f the couple will mm their future ; ated Ma declaration that the imminiwt'i
nf""'- 1 first ta-fc after the "veto bill" had
SEWJRD-iHM.rff tMlan went tn 'nm I dlnpnH f wiuld be to carrv wit a
yeeteroar to aril the nmperty oeioninra to I . . ,, ....
B4rtiord estate. The m.il at Enr and I 01 11,11 s-ovemment for ireiana.
I other DioDertv there bmudil tii.H-. and aas
i bid in bv tne netrs of ;ne estate. T!i
Wbobj Teta Uraiar la Paaa4 tla
III far Fall MMinmarit
far Irelaaw Wytll Ha Pat
IOiDfiX. Fh. . During th prellm-
1 inary home rula dehata In tha Houaa or
- I -Id hf lira at tiiat liimMir
1T 1 a c-nt nred man
"la ha bia k or iirw'
Wi:. sail, ha ta 'twiKt and 'tween. ra
ptied Mitchell, a trifle um-ertain but wub
tti old awuranro tn hia Totf.
Then you did not know that A. R. Har
vey ) clerk f the Fira and r-iiire hoard
a a 1
aaunuy eaurta. Thla la bar aecond trial and I Hoim--viie neiKhb.h.od. wht. h o-mrn-t
. . ill hia home at rinlrhinein. Kan. He waa
Ma been one earned to tha auprema ! Vear of ae and ieavea a widow. Tha
oaurt by C. O. Whadon. her attorney, and A bony will he brought to rioimeavilie Frl-
The nationalist memhera of the House
of Common r-ame avrnn tha Irlah rhanneJ
In forre today for the preliminary akirmlah
on the hnma rule queatlon. which amaa aa
here tha result of an amendment to tha ad-y-
dreaa n reply to the apeerh from the
ariil aa tail en up attain.
arai Caairt Dawialwwa.
A arumbar of decisions in cases that have
not n much bafora tha public were
handed down this morning. The Calloway
aaae. aa appeal by Jak Gallowar. who is
under sentenc for twenty years in the
penitentiary for an assault upon a M-year-oid
girt, waa affirmed.
d. W. Tlbbeta baa been appointed a mem
bar of tha Rtata Bar commtaeton to succeed
li. A. Batty, resigned. Tueaday. Marcn 7.
baa bean aet aa memorial day for tha late
John H. Atnaa.
Tha opt mona filed are as follow:
Hardwlrk agalnet ."nedecker. Affirmed.
Harold aminst Coats. Reversed and re
msnded. Hoae J. Root. J., not atttlng.
V(H-ih amntt tCfiuitaMe Iand com
paay. Affirmed upon Intervener's appeal,
out 1 evei sad upon defendant's appeal with
directions. Root. J.
AJinerwroi a gal net hl sso A North west- I
am Railroad cnmiianv. Affirmed aa to first
and serwnd causes of act Km. revereed .ia
tn third causa of action and remanded.
M-Cahs against Heed. Affirmed upon In
tervener s sppeal. but reversed upon de
fetant'e appeal wltn directiona. Rmt. J.
Hurl but against Proctor. Affirmed.
Rose. J. 1
Mats sgalrmt Oitcagn, Burlington A
Quince Ranmait eomiMuiy. Affirmed. Root.
J. Bar-new and eiton. J., concur in re
sult. rairi. J. not sitting.
AmericAn Flrw Insuranca company against
Bnwwil. Affirmed. Rom. J
Haoswn f atainat Haaeen. AfTirmsd. Hedgs
wlcs, J. f awcwit. J . not anting.
Weaterfleid against Howell. Affirmed.
Petrlt asainst Louis. Reversed and re
manded wits directiona. Fawcett. J.
A .firm ad.. Beogewtck. J.
Worley against. Bupretns Todgw Royal
Achate Affirmed. Lertton. J. Fawcett.
J., not aitting.
RScnama against Smith. Affirmed. Let
ton. J. Fawcett. J., not sitting.
Lanning agsinat Mueser. Affirmed.
Reeaw. C. J . Lei ton. J., concurs in con
cluaeen. Fiwcatt J. not sitting.
Banking hwwse of A. W Clarke against
Ward. Aff rmed. eigeiirk. J.
Omaha f jecirle knt AY Power ennv
nui inliwt Cntoa-FnH eotnpany. Re
versed, and remanded. Raew)
c.et. J., not sitting.
Haner against Palmer.
Barnes.. J. . .
JolMit against Havden Bros. Judgment cf
district court modified hv increasing de
fendant' damage to 4S.0S. Aa modified,
affirmed. Root, J.. Fawcett. J., not sll
lirg. a m
Wherry glnt Ctmnty of Pawnee. Af
firmed, rawett. J. Letton. KMenlng.
OBrleil against Schneider. AfflmmL
Root. J. Taw-en. J., not sitting.
Following arw rultnga an motluna for re
hearing: "- . ,
Anoid acainst VaaTrwerk. Overrulefl. .
. Methane ajca.sat. Cannon. . Overruled,
t MoCaswry aainst Furey." Ovrrwd. .
' . UowtsUw Coadwatew.
fVilkranaXi la a list at students of the
Vtuvrs1'.y of Nntn-ak wha received da
grsea) thia evenuig ax I p. m. at tha annual
midwinter aTaduatloa axaiclsaa;
Maeter of Arts Gworge Herbert Coon a. A.
B-. llv. t nivarslty of Illlnola. agricultural
botany; Otto Julius Graf. A. B inf Union
ooileao. philosophy. potlUoai science and
eoiiologr; Robert Maiyne Isbana. A. S.,
lsea. Jieoraaka Wesiavan university, chem
istry: Jtoi ivrnatt Weaver. B. Be. 1.
ratleaw ( Arts am Scleaeea.
Baobeinrs of Arts William Fleming. Paul
John Haildorson. Esther Amelia Hunter.
Henrv Carl Lucker. Cordelia Elisabeth
Luikert. I-vem McDavitt. Frank jnhn
Munaav. Kdward James Patterson. Ella
Irene nVrwae. Fsranaiai Klikott Vtattera.
Bacbelora of Bcirticw Milton FTeuenck
ArBAoM. I Aa benoweU kloiiand.
- - -Taw Tvfcwrw rsllaatw.
Bacbwlora of Art Jeeatw Margarat Cul
lery. Albert Hunaa Oultoeriwt.
Ceflasns mt Aenrlealtwrw.
Bachelors af HHenoa Homer Lawrenca
Halinew. in tacbnluai arcultur.
Callaaw af IElaearlae-
Isachelnrs at Sctonca Chariea Oodfrey
Bolibaiigti. In etextrioai angtnaKring; Jo
aepn PunHi Burke, la mecnaoicai eagt
neertngi Richard Oacar Green, in civil en-gmeaa-tmrr
Arthur Roiland Heaaier. in elao
tncal emnneenng; Cajvtn Turner Moore,
la clvfl saaneenng; Paul Harold Pierce. In
electrical engineering: Canoa Oliver (trail h,
ra eteotrica engtneartng. Harold Foster
Wailawe ea- eec-LrxaU englnKrlng: Frana
Ktorey WUna. la mechanical engineering.
Celar af Law.
Kacbelora af Lawa Benjamin Alonsa
Bicwn. rYank "heriei Burke. Banoa Lama
tirecn. Ailiert Milton Thompson.
' tate Phr atateaals
Tba iollowlng la a Ust of superintendents
appointed for 111 VtlX stats fair, to be beid
UeCtetnoer- 4 tar at Lincoln:
lieaeral ariniam Foster. Lincoln.
arrUr-C. J. T.-acv, Laup City.
Truuixiruunu-J. K. kmrrMo. Lincoln.
Iratea -rp Jackaen, Neiaun.
TlcfcetreiCT Toungera, Oant.
AmpmtnaMer it. Voa Forrwil. Scot ft
foilaeutn 41 W. Hervev. Oman. a.
AHditunum W . W. Coia. Neilgn. W. H
Tivtur 1 t'berieon.
A.Jtumuf.iie Ha.l C. H Guatafaon. Mead.
Mercantile Hail IV. a. Wanning. 1 awn.
F.n h.hibil W. J. O Bnen. Grema.
Sanitation J. F McArdle, Waahiagton.
lioniH-It. M. Woicott. Falmer.
ante Rooert 1. Mousel. Caniondice-ki-rim
A. Leucard. Pawnee City,
eheao A'. C. Cjuey. Cretgnton.
friuitrv A. H. aimth. 1 11 ruin.
Asrnuiiuial Products William
Jwc iea er.-
l"ire - Paasett. OtbOon.
iomewtic' Pouc:e Mra H.
eea and HonevE. Whilcumo
Jrpen a Depart m ant Mi's.
for Intel incut.
" LI-A WA T I'atherlne Jrfachln. mother
of Mrs. Charles Kluinp. died at the home of
hr daughter, ten miles nortn uf this city.
Sunnav evening. Mr Joacnin was born
in (Icrmany m May. 1.3. and was M years
throne moved In the lower house by Ian
Z. Malcolm, conservative member for Croy
don. Complaining that tha obscurity of the
ministerial statements on the subject of
horns rule, "which avowedly waa one of the
main reasons for altering the existing con
etltutlon." hampered an effective deilbera-
months and 19 davs old. The remains I Hon on the nnnoail rhinin of the reia.
were brought to ailaeay and shipped te ,i k, ,v, ,... e n. i.
Kikin. 111., for ouriai. Jon" b,w' tw" """" of P''k-
A I'BrRv The government weather oh- mrnU Mr 'r
ervation station maintained at this place b had been patched up between the
bv Mr. J. H. Huffman, indicates a rainfall , liberals and nationalists. He claimed that
last night of 1 Jw inches. He also states that i ij ,,.y,amm ..,, i.-. ,
this is the first rainfall .,f an.- value to th" 'nd nurh Prmitting Irlsii ten
crotvs since Sotemner Jt Wheat is looking j to krquire prooerty had knocked the
wen and owing to the unusually open win- . bottom out of the demand for home rule.
rapidly. "rtC " " """" ' ,Mppm j protested against an attempt to sumg-
g:e 11 mrougn Dy a smgls chamber government.
and lives at Lincoln, and Inat he I
relative of a form or governor
Mitchell looked at tha lawyer with
fceiing In his eyes.
A ripple of merr;mem swept over those
who comprehended the situation. A. R.
Harvey waa a man chosen at random from
memory by Teieer. The name had no con
nection with the case whatever and the
questions hearing it were assed only to
trv out" the w-tness.
Mitchell left the committee room without
knowing what had happened to tiim.
Buffalo County .
EoIntion Passed XTnanimousIy at
Kearney that BepresentatiTe ii
Sot in Accord with Voters.
Oaelaratlaw by Dr. taaaltk.
Premier Asuuith followed, and in a brief
speech, which drew forth vigorous cheers
from the Irish and liberal benches, de
clared that every one voted at the general
election in December with tne full knowl
edge that when tha lords, the great obsta
cle to the accomplishment ot liberal legis
lation, were cleared away, the first task
of the government would be to carry out
a policy of full self-government for Ii-a-lar.d.
"We never for one moment have re
tracted or receded from that position."
said the premier.
John Redmond on behalf of the nation
alists welcomed the premier's declaration
Allen. Chancellor Com- I and added that he honestly believed home
rule aa defined by Mr. Asquith would be
the final settlement of this queatlon and
so far aa they could the nationalists
pledged their countrymen to that effect.
AI'Bl "RN Washington dispatches this
uioming- indicate that td P. Moddard. who
for several years has been the business
msnacer of the Nemaha County Herald of
thia city, has received sn appointment in
the government railway mail service. Ten
appointments Wfre made In Washington
vesterdsy and the dispatch Indicates Mr.
rttodriard aa high man.
BROKEN POW William Moore, who
has been in the ifrand Island jail -harced
with arson in connection with the burning
of the Custer county court house, waa re
leased Tuesrtav on bonds pending his pre
liminary hearing the ilst of this month.
Judge Hnloomb fixed the sum at
This was fMmisH bv Moore a relative.
JuiIks Sullivan. Moors a auurney, acting j
as security ior that amount.
HCHUTLER-The Knights of Pythiaa of
thla city heid their twenty-second annual
banquet Monday evening. About 1H people
were pr- ni and enjoyed the dancing and
speaking. tipeaxcr present were Grand 1
hsnreilor W. I.
mander V. li. Manes. Past. Chancellor L.
W. Dickinson. Knight K. R. Dudek of
Clarkeon. Neb., and toastmaster. Past
Chancellor '.eorxe W. Wertx.
BEA TRICK The Merchants' Retail as
sociation heid a largely attended meeting
Tuesoav evening and made a move to
join the city authnritlea In cleaning up
the business section of ttie city. The
chair named the following new commit
tees: Advertising. M. W. Koby. D. J.
Klllen. Anton Oilman. W. K. l.enhart. D.
R. mith. grievance. Albert Weidenham
mer. Robert Richard and Harry Rum
baugh. Al'HCFN-At the good roads-convention
held in the cortrt house here last week. It
was charged hv the farmers that the agita
tion for better roads waa largely on the
part of the dtv people who had auto
mobiles. The farmer takes the position
that he has good roads now and he does
not msrket his crops In wet times anyhow.
He declares that the auto man wanta the
money spent on the rosds. but does swt
want the levy made-against the automobile.
CRKIGHTO.v - The .Chicago & North
western Railway company has decided to
sbow their alfalfa exhibit here on Wash
ington's birthday. This exhibit attracted
much attention at Omaha during the
Western Land-Producta show. The Com
mertcal club has rented Green's theater
and will make Fanruarr 2 ana of tha most
notable datra for sometime. Everything
will be fes and it ta hoped the dar will be
on of instruction . aa weU. aa entertain
ment. CfRKIfJHTON V I". Thelsea and George
Maet-ra have bought the hardware at ore
of Healey Bros., taking possession Monday.
Tha former Is wetl known hero, where he
founded the Camp Dewev retechtme system
and waa manager until he resigned a year
YOTE PROBE NEARLY AN END
Continued from First Faga.
allowed to deliver hia views of the elec
tion problems of Omaha with little inter
ruption or questioning. Reading from notes
he declared that he believed Omaha's im
portant elections were alwaya affected by
corruption., but probably no more so than
in other great cities. He declared that he
did not think that corrupt practices wers
to be attributed particularly to tha mem
bers of any paricular party.
Hawaii ftlwas A d vice.
In a prolonged discussion ta which mem
bers of the ooramlttees participated Howell
advised an election commission and tbe
choice of judges and clerks by a system
similar ta tha system of drawing Jurors.
Ha attributed! irregularities In tbs e! ac
tio as swnaraliy ta aorperaUoa. tnfluestoe.
Tom DennlBon was called to tha witness
stand by H. C. Matrau. democratic mem
ber of tha house committee. Prom a in em
o ran dura in hand Matrau read a esrlee of
"I bare never seen a voter assisted at tha
ago. The latter has been traveling for ! Dolls unless ha aakad fur assistance." said
armour inr a numoev or vesirs snoj is one
of the most popular drummers on this line.
Heaiey Bra have no definite Plana for the
future thiia far. They bought the store
from Ed Warrington eight months ago.
BROKEN BOW-The board of county
supervisors is In session this wees, (.hair-
man Morrte presiding.
called a little earlier this term owing 10 ' r rfl,l
Ilia f thyl Ih. iMnl lahM tn naM I
upon the plana of the new court house aa j Morris Milder, who runs a pool hail over
I the Budweiaer saloon, 1S9 Douglas street;
"Mr. Howell, in hia testimony Insinuated
that the oorporationa spent money on the
elections In ths Third ward." said Denni
son. "I want to say that no corporation
The session waa ever gave me a dollar for any work that
submitted bv Architect I-atenser. After
any alterations or suggestions mav have
been mane and the completed plans and
specifications received from the architect's
office, the board will Immediately get tjuay
and give tbe rantractnra a chance to bid.
CREIUHTON Mrs. Chris Loebel. for
merly Minnie Lmderman. died here Feb
ruary 11 at the ae of 5 years, fme came
to thla country at the age of S vears. mov
ing to Illinois with her parents. She waa
married to Chris Loebel in IK'S and five
children, all of them with her at her
death, were born to them. Mr. Loebel la
one of the pioneers of this section and has
been engaged In the merchandise business.
IL V. Milder, an employe of tha health de
partment; David Cole, a meat clerk, and
Mike Wallace, a salesman, were called by
Yetser and questioned as to their activities
toward tha registration of vol era
William P. Manning, bailiff .was tha last
witness of tbs aeasion. Ha testified to his
inability to find a number of negro voters
for whom subpoenas had been issued. They
were registered at an address on Chicago
street, but they were not to be found there.
Evidence showing the Illegal, or at least
in tha Third ward waa produced before the
senate and bouse committees ot tba legisla
ture In tbs election Invest igailon Wednes
Tha committees have declared for ai
searching, concentrated Inquiry Into tha
esses cited by John O. Teiser, tha gov
ernor's representative at the hearing.
Thomas Pope, negro porter, testified that
ha had lived at Cls North Fifteenth street
for eight months. When questioned with
The funeral will be heid Thursday at the
Met (ion twt Episcopal church. She was sick j incorrect, registration of voters from plac.
1 1 iirur nil n.
PLATTMOITTH Fervlces In commem
oration of tne snntveroerv of the birth of
Abraham Lincoln was held In the churches
her last Sunday evening. Judge H. D.
Travis delivered an axi tires oir Lincoln at
roe meeting of the Young People a Society
Christian Endeavor at the First Prrehy
lerlan church and waa greeted with a
large audience. Ex-Otunty Attorney C. A.
Rawla waa the speaker of the evening at
tha Methodist church, having for his sub
ject "The Lire and Achievements of
Abraham Lincoln." -
(ITT iHTlVT1i. m..nl liael1 eii1V Jtf I
llr and Mrs. Roy Cook, who restde norm j " nm Um" tram " f those
of this city was found u-ai in bed Sviiiii., , who registered from that number he de
morning. The little on waa awake at 4 , ciared that be did not know most of them.
clock that morning, but life waa found 1 . .. . . . .
10 be sxtinct when the parents awakened Two of -"UD of 'nt Tstered from
in tne morning. t is supposed mat II 1 tma place were persona bs bad heaM of.
but who had nut ia bis knowledge lived at
Thara ia nobody at our house but my
wife and mveelf," aaid Pope.
Among those registered from that num
br. according to ths questions aaked on
examinaticn of this witness, were William
Robinson. W. R Weir. Ols Smith. Aba
Ward and Chariea Mitchell.
Pope knew of a Charles Mitchell, negro.
11 M Dodge street, but declared that Mitchell
was covered too cIoly and smothered to
death. Funeral services were held at the
home yesterday and lniermmt made in the
C&ilaway cemetery. The father of the
child is confined to his bed with pneu
monia and was unable to attend the fu
neral. PLATTSMOI"TH-At a meeting of the
j city council last evening Mayor battler
caused to be introduced a resolution author
izing the appointment of a ccmmlttee from
1 the members of ttie council to set the eentl
I ineiit of tbe taxnavers and business men of
'tne city un the ativtaatihty of Pattamouin
I uwniiig and uiMtraung its waicr ptaut at . had aot lived at hia home.
ir, e inmstpi lwi..tlv veaa- mi I
nun expires in 'he near future. Tne
j roMujtlon waa adopted and Counctlmea
j. j FranK Neumau. George Ptivey and Wnsiey
' Booameyer were appointed.
FA1RBT-RT Among rtie mg social events
f .ns Arts-Mr. Roas P Curtics !-incoia I the ties hail on February . Elks will cel-
aVauwausaa J. W. Ct-tbtreet Lincoln I r,,r svent with a oal. Tne hraui'ful
Vacuuvery Joaet.n Rooetta. Fremuut ! ciuo rooms are nearing ci.mpietioo. The
nvacawaaud Forage-Cliai lea Mann, t had- I "" Caumliu viiurcn gave a ha.1
rvm 'in the loose ro .m of tne iVs Tuesday
(ed-Juerh Mheea. Linooln. Clerk. H l'ng- Tua airoury u oman a club ex
V. latisea. lairc. j tvn.1s tu have a big recemiwa and bantitiet
, i FeDruarv- 21. The Fairoury band will give
irioirtu sjawa ! concert on February The aontiai ban-
, . o ...., iuet ef the Fau burv Cummercu.1 ciuB wul
llBW.lRP-JjiM.il Neville, wtio baa keea p. Klvea in tne Marv-tita bote! on the
suTTenng for ssn erai moaiua from tin,int ,,,,. of Feoruary
d e.-ase. u.-n to a Aurpitai at l.u.oln
iaat wkm tor traa: mailt, but late reports 1 ---------.
are not ery favorable to bis rmivei ; . j Klaaa l aoars w ater rauslsa.
IftD At a special eit election heid her t M AQCOIvETA, Ia.. F-eb. 15. Tbe plant
laoay for the purt of voting (U.iM bonus of tne Muuoketa Water coir, pan y, oa ac-VT.Tlfa-''a
"t the flood, is .hut down and tba
I K&AR.MIT. Neb.. Feb. li. . 3eciai Tel- I
1 rgrain.) The members of tha Board of
, Supervisors of Buffalo county passed the j
following resolution unanimously today: 1
I "Tha Board of County Supervisors of
Buffalo county. Nebraska, in session this
I 15th day ot February, 1P11. desires to ex- '
j press the unanimous opinion of the board
j that Representative S. C. Bassett In op
i posing the capital removal bill, known as
H. R. No. .'4. hsi" voted contrary to the
ai cited W area, 1 j sentiment of practically a!l the voters of
Spirited words between Investigators and j this county, and we further believe that
olheta connected wfth the hearing arose j he no longer is qualified to represent this
whea Mike O'NeaJ. teamster, waa testify- I county in the Nebraska legislature, now in
Ing in regard to his affidavit, that on ! session, and should resign at once."
which he voted at the election. i Members of the board have slimed the
Teiser waa examining the witness aa to j petition being circulated asking Represent
tho regularity of his sffidavit and the j ative Bassett to resign. The executive
steps Incident to Its Issuance when one of i committee of the Buffalo County Option
tHs Investigators asked what hs wss trying league today individually arra.gi Mr.
to get. I Bassett for voting a-talnst ramtal removal
and for his statement that the capital re-
"Tes. what's wrong with that affidavit r
aaked Daa Butler, city clerk.
"I submit, Mr. Chairman, that the city
clerk is not on the stand.' said Senator
Kemp rising to object to tbe Interruption.
"Well, he s been here ail through the I
hearing tn ha own behalf." suggested
Chairman Harrington. j
O'Neal insisted that his affidavit waa !
regular in every respect.
Samuel Nathan, proprietor of the Dongs I
hotel in the Third ward, m-111 South Thir- I
movaiists weta a brewery crowd. While
the capital f-mvoal bill was before the
house the set r"ary of tha County Option
league sent a telegram to Mr. Hansen,
faying the county optionista would appra. j
uiare It :f lie would vote for the bill, it
was sent before the petition, signed by
voters, reached Mr. Bassett.
IF YOU WANT NEW
.Th.n is the :m to proctra it gnd this is ln slur"
It t ele-nn-up (im and all Iho WiPtfT Shoes ai1" 011 '"is
move at tho lowest, posmhlo ;ir!i . prinii .st-n k w".
be bi(t, fin ami soon her. We mum h,vn rmm to a
it thf promincnra It deserves.
IU'.tKKN LOTS OF MKM'H SHOES
Every fnsnior.Hole l"gthi'r. ptpu!;i:
evorv cnnct'lvatila size ant width.
X.t.."t4l anil 4.IM .hH for 'J.4.V
.. ami .t.lM HI ii wt Tor -l.lT.
GOVS .SHOE HARIA1S
The best values ever offered by ny
ifJLlMI anil SiAil short for t..VI.
91.31) SIhmmi for $!.M.
ii 'f J, -J , -. " A 4
CoBBSserelal t la b M I at st re Is.
FAIRBCRY. Neb.. Feb. 1f. .Soedal. I
teenth street, verified the statements made Toe Commercial club of Fsirbiiry is nuk
before tbs committee by workers of the j in, xtensle preparations to give a min-Antl-Saloon
league thst eleven persons FtI- how ,t ,n, nprn hou, on Tue8dav.
registered for voting from that hot-i were Kehniarv 3. This show will be strictly
not oa ths books of ths house or knnwi, to j hy h(irnfl ,,,,. .nd , xtrtmm mrmhcrs
the proprietor. nt thB 1 ommrroial club have been assigned
Jada-a Besseaaaees otkisa. parts. Prof. Zuickey. leader of the Fair-
Herman Kohn. Judge of election 1n the ! bury band, is training the diameters. The
Fifth precinct of the Third ward. Insisted most prominent cltirens of Fairbury will
that ho knew of nothing irregular at the J participate and already gevral rehearsals
election In any respect. 1 havB hp)(
"Did you ever hear accusation that else- j It . uniqu, idea on the part of the
lion officials inr this precinct rang up votes commercial c!.,h in im. . ro..t.
and then filled In names on ths books
afterwards?" ask4 Teiser
"Do you know of any peroon appearing
to vote at this place the second time?"
asked Teiser. a-ha held In his hand the
poll list which showed duplications of sev
"You don't remember any name thst ap
peared already on ths books when a man
appeared 1o vote?"
Tha lawyer then inquired of the witness
if he knew Mover, Pmith. Collins and others
whose names are repeated on the booka Of
this group Kohn said hs knew but two. He
was most positive that they voted but once.
Their names are on too bonk a twice.
fund. This-will be used In increasing the
mileage of good roads in Jefferson county.
To create more interest in the show it hss
been decided to use part of the money
raised to purchase ornamental poles for
lighting the public square at Fairbury.
Not Hard to Have
RUSH TILLS lOOITCm AT WORK
Aaaaml Rssasrt af CI a a Ha rale Flaa
Beeeeal fws tha Taeue.
RUSHVTLLE. Neb.. Feb. la. (Special.)
Monday night the first annual meeting of
the Rushville Booster club waa celebrated
with a smoker In the opera house. The
RushvlHo band made ' things lively with
some excellent music: After the secretary
had read tha minutes tt waa apparent that
tha Booster club had accomplished a great
deal more than any of Ha members expected-
when it "was first organtxad.
Speeches followed s Attorney C Patter
son. J. H. Joneaj Prof, "ferret. County
Super-rat end enr Kaily. Pi. F. Kltterman
and others, and thw remarks of each
speaker war eathoataatically received.
Aa lntereeiing record of the years im
provements waa read by Prof. Sterret,
which showed that Rusbvtlle. besides
building a most up-to-d sua Conr mill, had
aiso voted CtOOs In bonds and had al
most completed Its new water works and
waa now getting ready for the school
Among other things discussed was the
Appointment of aa advertising committee
to boost Sheridan county. In which tha ad-
Joining towns would be asked to on- I
operate, also taking up ths matter of an I
electric light plant for Rushville and other
towns using tha water power of Pine
creek. A committee was also appointed
to take thla matter up.
The old officers were all re-elected with
out a dissenting vote.
j iMme. Llnsr tn Fxshion Mont hi v)
"It in not so difficult to keep the lislr In
I good condition as msny discouraged women
I believe. The head should not be washed
I oflener then once in two or three months.
! Wafer and the alkali found In many soaps
tend to make the hair coarse, brittle and ,
'"Many heads are covered thinly wih
faded hair today because of too much mois- 1
"Dry shampooing la a common sense,
satisfactory method of keeping tha hair in
condition. It can be done quickly before '
dressing the hair for any special occasion.
Put. four ounces of amotons in a )ar and '
mix It with hair a pound of corn meal. '
Bther white or yellow. Sprinkle a table-:
spoonful of thia mlztara on the head once 1
er twtoe a wnk aad hruau thoroughly '
through the hair. Thla treatment mai.es the
hair long, soft and atiky. for amnions ia
ona of tha best hair growers known, while
00 rn meal removes every particle of dust,
oil and dandruff. Adr. j
1 gouj Poud:
cleanses, preserves and beauti
fies the teeth, prevents tooth
decay and imparts purity j
and fragrance to the breath. .
Skirts flkfe to YGsr Ileassre
T.ikp aiKant.urp tlir luil fe;ison
orifps at which wr? .ire off ring our
m;itit-to tinier jrarniputs fnr onf wMk
only, ami jrt vour pniivnta mntle to
your onlfr for leH than you have to
pay for ordinary re:..r m.itio. inferior
clothes. To kee our.iailora husy he
fore the rush pprinar season oommenees
we will make to measure Tailoretl
Skirts in the newest ami prettiest
spring styles anti materials Ct 7s
for the extremely low price of v Us I el
Esgnlar Prices $10.00 to $20.00.
Every garment fitted to you by expart fit
ters nd splendidly tailored gpd finishsMl by
meri tailors. The materials aro hcatttlful Im
ported French serges sad - poplins, chiffon
Panamas, f!n quality wiry black voiles, pretly diatronaU. aerces, new
prinff mixtures and suitings and many other exquisite materials.
Beautiful Tailored Suits $f!00
Made to Your Measure
Thesa suits ara perfect In every detail fit. quaUty and. tailorinn
Mada to your order In any style j-on select, in any of th new, pretty
spring materials, and lined with guaranteed satin. Regular prices
ar $30.00 to 150.00.
Order Now Before the Prices Go Up. "
300 PKTTICOATS, In genuine Heatherblooms, feat hersilka, -warps,
sateena, stripes, etc. in black and colors; actual values Q Q f
np to J2.98 go on sale at. OOC
The Novelty Skirt Company
21446 North 16th SL - Opposite ITatd Loyal
VISIT ODH TAILORING SHOPS ON THE PREMISES.
FSS TMJLl - Pzy Cared
A mild treatment without use of chlorofonrn, Mhsr
or other anesthetic Eadorsed bjr hundreds of our
best citizens. Cure positively guaranteed as I ac
cent no rrmnev until nerfartlw well F-aminaiimi
Free. Write today or call for my larRe book about Pllsa, Fistula aa stnar Raetai Oltaataa,
srhich have been mr sneriallr for years.
BR. C R. TARRY, Si. Its 224. Bast BuiEdlns, Omaha, Ma break
na auads weia dei-aied by a vole of nraDv
' PKATRli'lf-Frsna M.-t'cri.;, f lioiioa.
Kan a sua nf Mr and Mrs. K. a. i4e-
rie. foimer Heairice re-Mienta. baa
I'Aiaet a esf-esa f-.i ekammai lua for a
ip at Uia Wast ioint M.inar
p-TT-UOt TH-JMe Beeann uwued
sjiamasa Ikuwi vtini ia i,uri v
"-ra aad Hira Neitia Meisiiier Tha
re-a la the mis at hrnn iin tf I'wur
rea and ins er'ls the .la titer ul H. J.
SIUVS. I t"Tt-.C( a. .-r rree nnm Has
a .! ;ii-r, s. Mem f ii:irr ;iihr. Ht n
'-e e-i m .r ,ne e-its sint aiiil j -'it
.'ffi-.ii A L"t Bfoa. A 1-a ka rttkao-
Thia Charles UiU-heii was eailed to tha
stand, much to his ceafuHoa.
I.'ntler e&aminatioD Mitchell eaaayed to
recaU every one of the men whs were
wii-ii.itMi fnr i tie i.rTee ee- Af STertv-ti. ev I reslstered from tbe reaidenca of Pnn. m.
j in t!!is city will he ine jranil owning of I derlared that ha was of the oplotoa that
Pope waa mistaken about whre ha lived.
How about that Charley Mitchell who
registered from OS North Fifteenth -trust ; '
Da you know hurar Mitchell was asked. I
"Yes. sir; yea. atr.'- hs replied. '
"Did bs live at that aumberT"' I
j "Teaair.' ,
! "How do you know?" i
I "t want by there with hire."
j "This waa about aiectioa timer j
j Then the lnveatiaalurs rsuld Utat a few i
j m. Dates oefore Pnpe had testified tiiat fur '
I tbe last taunt aunt ha be aad tua wife a: ona '
had lived at that aumoar. They aaked i
MiUhell to reconcile ttieae eMdenUy can- .
uaUlrtury aukiecueata lie couid not 1
j Tlua aaka Julia Teiser a nunc." tie 1
lly faoes a water famine. The Maquoaeta
nvi'. nhu h drama a larse seriiua. roaa
ten tames higher than ins hinnesi water
mark aa s result of tbs heai r rem Moa
uay nucnt and swept away bridses and moved bis eha-r up a few inches, looked !
aproavnes ail along n course. Ths otiik i rafieeuvaiy over Uie card memoranuun. la
uppiy af the city at aiso cut off as must j ;i-id. fiom aiucti ha had called the '
of tha dauici are located Si ress tlis rtver. ' namea of those hs susaacted had beaa ir- i
KaiTiiara ui the low 4ta were compelled ' resulariy resurtated. Tben, wars lbs pauss '
to flea and reat daiaa;a has aeea duns nu unpieasiva atouin. be flted.
to sue and farm buildinss.
. tvjki ant ea ef Bttsnaes Peaspertt---.
.Tha rrktent and W iae Pairui-aae of
Tie sowadi-art.siasi Cam wss - -
K as w H.rtip.
"Da you know A. K. Harvey T The guea
Uoa came uka aa riykjua.
"Taaiar '' H. Lc-Utjl a vulca aaa canfiian
Satotfaj feL.,.Tjilllilil.,. M;UilllV Stores
A!s3 Cresf Paetej CSa'S FUmnCS STCSX, Frcn G32 Croadsay, 13. V.
ALL-GO ON SALE AT BDArODEIS STOHG
MEN'3 DRESS SHIRTS,
IJ1IBRELLAS, MEN'S JEVELRY.
MEN'S HATS, SILK HATS,
OUTING HATS, KEN '3 CAPS,
At til Grandest Bargains tier Offere-I ta Omaha
on Via FurmitiuuKa.
" rfi) eTl f-r-. '
1 H- 1
NIGHT SHIRTS, NECKWEAR,
SILK HOSIERY, LIEN'S GLOVES,
COLLARS, SUIT CASES;
BAGS AND CASES.
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