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MRS. DAYIS FOUND GUILTY isa
Woman Who Killed Ix Churchill at
Hartiaffton Conricted of Xarder.
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HARTINOTON. Neb.. March 17.-43perial
-Telegram. Guilty of murder !n the first
decree with Imprisonment for Ufa waa tha
erdlct that waa returned thla morning at
7 o'clock by tha Jury in tha Maggie DaTla
m ardor trial.
Tha verdkt waa rad bv tha foreman of
tha Jury. Wllilara 11. Eurbach. at exactly
tan minutaa to 7 and at that tlma thara
were few peraons In the court room. Tha
defendant, with fare drawn and pala from
many sleepless nights, eat with her e
Tied aa tha floor In the manner that she
tiaa through tha trial and did nut change a
muacla when tha verdic t waa read. She
wore tha same military cape she had
on e-ery day during- tha trel and had a
black scarf over her head. Her rater, lira.
Jneltn. who had been by her side all tha
tlma d'irtng tha trial sat at her left and
wept blnerly when Terdlct waa announced.
Flva minutes after rosdlng of the sen
tence. Maggie Davis paused out of the
court room accompanied only by her stater
and tha bailiff.
Tha case went tr the jury last
night about o cluck. The jury
wsa instructed to return one of four ver
dicts, guilt 7 of murder in the f!nt degree,
guilty of nrjnjer tn the second dre. not
guilty or not guilty on account of Insanity.
Tha Jury reached a verdict at 12.30. but It
waa not read until thia mcrmng
Mra Davla killed Ira Churchill while he
waa milking a cow on h's farm home near
Culertdge. Neb.. November I. last. Her
defense waa Insanity. lt waa alleged that
Churchill had promised to marry Mrs.
Darta, but on tha eve of tha wedding had
"turned her down" and married another
ENGAGEMENT IS ANNOUNCED
Mr. a ad Mrs. PJryaa Cawflms Resert
f approewhlas Msrrisge ef ,
LINCOLN. Neb.. March 17 Mr. and Mrs.
"William J. Bryan thia evenlnir announced
the engagement of their daughter. Grace
T'exter Bryan, to Richard Lewis Har
greaveg. son of Mrs. A. E. Harrreavea of
Lincoln. The marriage will take place
early in June.
Da as ears tie Ttrket at Beatrice.
BEATRICE. Neb.. Starch 17 SperlaJ.)
The democrat of this city held a conven
tion last evening and nominated the follow
ing ticket: For mayor. J. !. Rutherford:
treasurer. Captain Pamuel Bivens; clerk.
P. U. Free, water commissioner. J. R. C.
Kield; police Judge. L. E. Kills; Council
men: Flint ward. John Marlow, Second
ward, F. E. Wheeler; Third ward. M. M.
Falk; Fourth ward. Carl Sonderegger;
Board of Education. Mrs. E. (1. Drake.
Mrs. Susan Gould and Mrs. J. 8. Medea ry
a breaks ews Metre.
KA I R BURT Judge C.- Boyle issued a
marriage license to the following psrtien;
Peter G. Meyer and Anna M. tvmnea-beraer.
N KBRA.EKA CITT John Walt and Miss
Floeaie Bnuck were united at the home of connection with tho Kearney league team.
kaa. who for the last two years has
erid in the iaw buiciiee wnn
Hail. cmhis A i-'ound of Lincoln, has de
cided to come to Central City and enter
into a paruiTehip with hia father-in-law,
Attorney J. C Martin.
KKAH.NET-Tha final basket ball game
of the leunn to have been played here
Tuesday evening between Kearney High
school and Central City was cailed off
this aternoim by the latter school, a
forfeit paid and a refusal to play under
any circurnetancee triable.
NEBRASKA CITY-Charlee w. Stahlhut.
one of Uia pioneer merchants of thia cltv,
who has been engage In the general mer
chandise business for the last thirty-five
years, baa traded his stock to some par
Uea in Colorado fjr land and will retire
from tha mercantile world.
PLATTi-MOITH John E. Schuti and
Mi.i Sophroma Feiton. twa of Flatts
mouth s prominent young people, were
joined in marriage last evening, at the
home of the groom on west Rock street.
The marriage ilnea were rend by Rev. Mr.
Ratclilf of the t.hi-1tian church.
ALMA The business men of Alma, to
gether with outaide capital, organised tne
Aima Creamery company toiay and will
open a cream station tn Alma rady for
business t-aturdar with I. D. Miller as
manager. A complete creamery outfit hus
b-en ordered and will b added to ail tne
PERL" Dr Sheihorn has been In corre
spondence with Oenera.1 Manaerer Holdresre
of tne Burllnrton concerning parking
of tne grounds alxiut the depot and on
Tuesdav he received a letter sta'ing that
the company would arrange to fence tha
grounds, sow it to grja, plant trees and
uthermse beaut:fy it.
M AX' i X ) N A 1 be rt W. Brandenburg and
Miss "ora '. Wheeler, both residing near
Norfoiti. wre married Thursday afternoon
bv Jiiuge Hates. Mrs. Brajidenburg is a
daughter of Mont Wheeler of Norfolk.
A marnae license was also issued to
H-nry Loit'rmasti and Mies Emelia Karo
hne Fnvert, rsiuip.g near Madison.
CENTRAL CITY Charles Williams, pas
tor of the Preshy tenan church, officiated
at a double wedding at the Belmont hotel
Werinesdav the grooms in the ceremonies
being brothers. The contracting parties
were M. u Roisa of Nance and Iva Kiilott
or Nance, and W ;ni!f e.d rf. Roes of Nanca
and Biancne R McCuUcugb. of Greeley.
HOLXRJ-E-Plielpa county people, as
" ins part or tha state, are hlrhiy
pleased over the paxeaare of tha Eastman
blli. Phelps county believes that Holdreg
la entitled to the new agricultural school
and an effort to locate In here will be
punhed to the limit. North Platte, Mo
Cook and Cambridge are aiao after the
KAIRBCHT The law and order party
held It caucus Thursday In the Cltv hall
and was largely attended The following
UcKet was nominated: Frank Tlncher.
mayor; city treasurer. O. H. Duraad: city
clerk. Charles McCoy; eouncilmen. A. P.
Lindell, R G. I'ewson and John Mergan.
city -hool board, ham IMller and Dr. F.
CENTRAL CITT-Plshop Arthur L.
Williams of the Episcopal diocese of Ne
braska will make a Msltation to the church
here net Sunday evening, March 19. The
pastor. Rev. F. C. Tavior. will upon that
occasion prawnt a class to him for con
firmation, and the hishoo will beeldea con
duct the fuil evening service and deliver
FA IRBL'RY Prof. ZwlcWey, leader of the
frairbury band, has handed In his reeig
natton to take effect April li. Prof,
Zelt key liax been in charge of tne Fair
hurv hand since last October, coming here
from Wisconsin. C. W. Bartlett. business
managpr of the Fairhurv band, is In com
munication with another leader and will
meet him In Omaha next Mondajr.
ALMA The Commercial club met and
organised by electing tha following board
of directors Wednesday evening: W. G.
Haanell. A. A. Billings. R. L, Reenter. C.
A. iJibbona. P. M. Everson, C. W. Stewart
and a. C. Gould. The directors elected R.
L. Reenter president. W. G. Haakell vice
president. P. M, Everson treasurer and ap
pointed F. H. Strout secretary.
KLAR.VET Dolly Gray, crack outfielder
and bauaian on the Kearnejr Kapitallsta
bane ball team, waa married In Grand
island yesterday afternoon to Mlaa Chloe
W. Salzgaber of Kearney. A reception
waa tendered Mr. and Mrs. Gray upon
their return to thla cirv in tha vanma
J They will reside In Kearney during Gray's
DAMAGE SUIT AGAINST CHEF
Walter Ballm Filet Action in District
Court on Xalone.
ALLEGES OFFICER USED LiaUOE
Aetlww iu Cewrt Will Teat Rlgkt ta
Make Arris Co iwerytel Clab
Cewslderlas; Reatw far
fFVom a Staff Correspondent.)
LTNCOLvV. March 17. Speclal.) Julius
C. Harpham. Chief James MaJone and
Adam Lena were named as defendants In
a SlO.mo damage suit brought Friday In
the district court by Walter Bull us. as a
result of tha raid on the Phoenix club last
January. That Chief Malone was under
tn elnfluence of liquor when the raid waa
made Is the assertion of the petitioner.
Bullua charges that on December 13 the
defendants unlawfully and with fores as
saulted the plaintiff and then and there
Imprisoned the plaintiff and detained htm
In tha prison against the will of the plain
tiff for the space of five hours next fol
lowing without any reasonable or prob
able cause whatsoever.
As a hatter, cleaner and dyer. Bulltia
asserts tha his reputation and good credit
In the community has been injured alt to
his damage In the sum of 114.000. The offi
cers, it Is claimed, drank liquor belonging
to the club members while waiting for the
parrel wagon to return. Mr. Harpham is
charged with appearing at the police sta
tion while Bullus waa under arrest. Bullus
claims that the exciseman waa In charge
of the police station and exercised author
ity over tha policeman. He asserts that
no complaint has ever been filed or no one
convicted as a result of tha invasion.
Trade Eirsnlea Plaae,
A meeting of Lincoln Jobbers and manu
facturers baa been cailed for Wednesday,
March . to consider plans for another
trade excursion. Secretary Whitten of tha
Commercial ciub Friday mailed to almost
JOO men notices of the gathering.
Tentative routes have been laid out by
some of those Interested. It has been some
ysj-s since a trip was made over the
L'nlon Pacific line in southern Nebraska,
and this Is being considered. There seems
also to be a demand for an excursion
through the western part of the state and
as far Into Colorado as Fort Morgan.
Others would like to take a Journey into
the Big Horn basin country of Wyoming.
The time Is not definitely fixed aa yet
and may be any week between the middle
of April and the latter part of June.
PIERCE -eVIs FROH IREIOHTOt
Derlsiwai ef J.dge. I. later-High
Schawl Debate Is liMlmoii.
PIERCE. Neb.. March 17.-. Special Tele-'
gram.) By a unanimous deciHion of three
Judges the Pierce Ulgh school Debating
team waa declared victors In the debate
with the high school team of Crelghton
when the two schools met last night at the
opera house. The question debated was
"Resolved. That the policy of maintaining
the United States navy at its present
strength Is preferable to the policy of sub
stantially Increasing It. Pierce waa strong
In constructive work, and In the direct de
bate Crelghton was weak especially In re
buttal and here again Pierce showed up
strong. The Pierce team consisted of
Henry Albers, Lee Mohr and Warren
McDonald. The Crelghton team consisted
the bride s parents. Mr. and Mrs. Richard CENTRAL CITY Central City is the I of Miss Thompson. Miss Jewell and Harvey
bouck. near Pa.myra, yesterday. J ,m.,t town In the world in which the Brookh- n. 4, aZ ' , Harv y
BEATRICE At the regilar meeting of i Young Men a Christian asnociatlnn owns a
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the First Machine Gun company Weln
day night M. L. Powers was elected first
lieutenant and V". E. MeGirr second lieu
BEATRICE A mil Nelson. a former
Beatrice resident, was married yesterday
at Republic. Kan., to Miss Bell Stafford.
The voung couple will make their home at
KEARNEY V. C. Chase, who was re
nominated fog membership tn the B.iard of
F.ducation of Kearney, todav handed in a
written refusal to enter the race on ac
count of III health.
iipuiijiaie iiihoi ana Dunaing. The asao
c anon work has progressed nicely of late.
and in order that the general public may
once more be reminded of its advantages.
the association will hold "open house ' t
its building next Wednesday evening.
CEXTR.Hi CITY Judge Thomas will be
here from Columbus next Monday to hold
a short euuity session of the distr'ct court.
The case of Abel sugainst Gill, a suit grow
ing out of a land deal, will be tried to tho
court at that time. Also several minor
matters will be disposed of. A decision
Will Km ma, la ntum t r. ........ . i i - .
NEBRASKA CITY-Austln Arnold oUpac.f:c In aj-kin- r..V . eh.-T-
the suit brooKht against It hv William
Missouri and Miss Him Baldwin of Iowa
rai.'ie to til s city, where thev met. and
ware nmml by Rev. F. M. sisson at the
Methodist Episcopal parsonage.
BEATRICE Mrs. I.oula Schoff. living
northweat of the city, died yesterday
morning after a week s illness of pneu
monia. Ihe was 41 years of age and
leaves no family except her husband.
HOLDREG E Emil Sword, an Inmate of
the orphans' home. as taken before the
Board of Insanity Tuesday. He waa ad
Judged mentally deranged and taken to
the feeble-Minded Institute at Beatrice.
BEATRICE Miss Gladys Pauly of Lin
coln has been given a position at the in
stitute for the feeble minded. Her home
Is at IjncxUj and she Is a m of Repre
sentative J. W. McKwick of Gajia county.
PLATTSMOCTH The Rex moving pic
ture theater yesterday changed hands, the
former owners. Pw ax iiildehrand of
Omaha, having sold the plant to Mrs. Myr
t.e Campbell of Mason City, la., who Im-
Worland of Chapman.
TECL'MSEH The farm house owned by
Bryan Kavanaugh of Crab Orchard,
located one mile east of that town and
occupied by the son of Mr. Kavanaugh.
John Kavanaugh. and family, was burned
to the ground. Some furniture from the
ground floor was saved. A defective flue
caused the conflagration. The house was
valued at SZ.5o. and was partially covers. l
bv insurance. John Kavanaugh bad (we
Insurance on hia effects.
NEBRASKA CITY The sheriff yester
day sold the stock of goods belonging to
M. F. Bosklng at Talmsge to Henry
Bam me at that piace for tX25. The bidding
was slow and there seemed to be few that
wanted the stock of goods. The claims
axamat the stock are something like th.tkio
and under this aa.e the creditors will get
something ltke 10 cents en tha dollar. The
store has been operated there for several
years and the stock consisted of einrhioa
i and furnishing goods.
Brook ha. The Judges were Judge Isaao
Powers and Rev. M. Booth of Norfolk, and
Prof. Erotell of Wayne. County Attorney
Charles H. Stewart presided.
OMAHA'S ONLY MODERN CLOTHING STORE.
Half Minute Store Talk-
THE HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES
Ahe Martin ssya. "Some folks aa,4r a suit so long
ther In stv!e two or three tims without knowing It."
Ae Is quite a philosopher. He Is supposed to be a
rural In.lianlan who offsets hy observation what he
lacks in education. We rever knew, however, that he
was m.u."if a study of the wearing qualities of Klng
Swanson Vts. Perhaps, at some time, he visited
imia.'a lr.c.aTu:to. purchased one of our peerless suits
and as just Hm'n his own experience when he wrote
t.'"e aNve pargrspn.
is the very best time to select
your new spring suit.
You can examine the fabrics a? leisurlv as rou 'wish an-1
" stndv styles to your heart's content with no one jostling
at your elbow anxious to see the same gunnents you are
looking at. It gives us plenty of time for unhurried store
service, for the Spring congestion has not yet put our
salesmen to the high pressure test. The best time for
careful selection is just before everyone else decides to
buy Right now.
Buy Your Clothes in a Modern Store
The advantages are many. That is only another way of
frying buy them here. This is Omaha's only Modern
Clothing Store Modern in appearance and methods. A
glance will vouch for its appearance. A cIoh? examina
tion of our garments is positive proof of positive superiority and that such
superiority must result from superior methods. To sum up Our clothes
are made by us in King-Swanson directed shops and it makes a big differ
ence in price whether you buy from a manufacturer or a mere Selling Agent.
IVo store shows such fine suits nor so Y .O 4-r IQ-X
many of them at. p 1 U LU p O O
Our Spring Hats
The high quality of
our hats would never
be demonstrated if their
stylihness didn't tempt
men to buy them. There
fore we exert every ef
fort to have our hat
stock a little more re
plete with style innovsv
tions than any stock iu
town. Our Spring line
shows how well we man
$1.00 to $12.00
Stetson $3.50 up
Famous Berwick a $3
If 7u wait a blue
serge suit you want
a K.in Swanin
$10 to $35
Our Young Men's Suits
Accentuate the slender, athletic lines of 'tenhood.
They are exclusive in fabric and unerring in fashion.
For young men from 15 to 50 who are not content to be
well-dressed, but seek to be best-dressed. They are
young gentlemen's clothes.
$10 and all Intervening Prices up to $35
are considerably better
than the best you ever
Guaranteed Patent Ox
her of contestants was smaller than, a
year ago. but they made special effort to
bring the efficiency of the contest to high
standard. Miss Cap Ian' s subject was "Her
The other contestants were Miss Blanche
Heacock. "For Dear Old Tale;" Miss Es
tella Cap I an, "I and My Fathex-ln-Law;"
Miss Grace Woolwortb, "The Absent
Guest;" Henry Chun. "The Unknown
The Judges were Frank E. Beeman,
County Superintendent E. E. Hayes and
Prof. George N. Poster.
Cltlaeas Taaewa at Madlawm.
MADli'ON, March 17. Special. )At the
citizens' caucus last evening Fred H. Davis
was unanimously chosen nominee for
mayor. Fred Dank era for city clerk; Chris
Kortman for city treasurer. A. J. Thatch
for city engineer, and M. B. Foster and
Al E. Weils for members of the Board of
Education. The First ward placed in nom
ination for councilman. County Treasurer
F. A. Peterson to succeed Fred H. Davis,
who retires to become mayor. There waa
considerable strife In the Second ward for
councilman to succeed O. H. Gillespie, who
retiree. After many ballots Thomas Las
Una waa finally nominated. Nomination by
the citizen's caucus is equivalent to election.
E. D. Ingham and F. J. Kottaa. for the
term of two years, and W. P. gtancltff for
the term of one year.
Dewlsvssatwry Cwafeet at Ksaraey,
KEARNEY. Neb.. March IT (Special.)
The Buffalo county declamatory contest
held here tonight resulted In the selection
of Miss Ida Caplan of the? Kearney High
school for representative In the district
contest to be held in Hastings. The num-
Sfcsur Prsvctiew lav Cavwrw.
TOBLA-S, Neb.. March 17. Special.) The
high license party caucus Wednesday even
Ins; held at the city hall was controlled
by prohibitionists of the Methodist Epis
copal and Baptist churches, headed by Rev.
Joseph Turn of the Methodist Episcopal
church. The following; church members
were present to nominate the wet ticket
for the coming spring election: Rev.
Joseph. Turns, R. W. Martin. W. P. Met
calt W. J. WUUford, T. EL Bucher, H. C
Mitchell, C, E. Ingham. J. A- Shiry. N. C.
Holman, R. 8. Drysdale. W. Dee. Prof. E.
JL Davis. H. Hemkin. H. A. Trobough, F.
H. Allen. L. J. Cummmgs. Joel Trobough.
Rayroon Bamer. Barnett NeeL H. G. Ice
stone. Frank Alnaworth. R- a Campbell, E.
A. Trobough, J. L. Butfln, (I Steel, F. W.
Holman, F. P. Steel. H, S. Smith. D. B.
CrandelL Tldeman Hail. C A. Wilson, J.
V. A Ins worth and Postmaster 1. A. Cum
min gs. As none of the candidates are
recognised aa mombers of the liberal ele
ment, and no pledges being made by them
at the caucus to support the granting of a
license, the regular CiUaens' High License
party refused to recognise the nominees
and nominated Its own ticket after the
prohibitionists adjourned. The following;
were nominated at the regular Citizens'
High License caucus: Dr. F. A. Motis.
Tkree Weddlaaw at Kearney.
KEARNEY. Neb., March V. (Special.)
Evert Fred and Miss Dessle P. Van Cleave,
the former of Minden and the latter of
Kearney, were married in this city Thurs
Frank M. Trott and Miss Alma Peterson,
residents of Kearney. were married
Thursday befors a large number of their
friends and relatives.
George A. Prase her and Miss Elizabeth
Pearl Ball, well known residents of River
dam t iwnshlp of this county, were mar
ried Thursday evening before twenty-five
of their more Intimate friends.
Booth Fish Combine
"Buys Alaska Plants
So-Called Trust is to Take Over Fish
in; Interests of Morgun-Gug-jrenJieim
SEATTLE. Wash. March 1. The Post
Inteillgencer. today says that the Morgan
Guggenheim Interests have disposed of the
Northwestern Fisheries company, one of
the largest salmon packing companies of
Alaska to tha A. Booth at Son's fishing in
terests of Chicago and Baltimore. The
consideration la placed at Sl.a0n.duo.
The property Involved In the sale In
cludes nine large Alaska canneries, six
sailing ships and several tugs, barges and
cannery tenders. Ths Northwestern Fish
eries company will retain Its corporate
name, but will be a subslclary of ths Booth
Fisheries company. Tha transfer of the
property will take place April L
It la reported here that the Booth Inter
ests recently floated a S.Wt.O00 bond Issued
in New Tork and that they plan extensive
additions to the plants In Alaska.
It has been known for several months
that the Morgan-Guggenheim Interests de
sired to dispose of their car.nerlee and to
confine their Alaska enterprises to ths
transportation and mining entures.
Adlw Ballow Cairss.
STILLWATER, R. I.. March 17. Adln
Ballou Capron. until March 4 representative i
In congress from the Second Rhode Island i
district, died at his home here today. Mr. 1
Capron was born In 184L He waa an officer
of the signal corps during; the civil war,
retiring with the rank of major. Ho was
seven times elected to congress as a re
publican. Mre. Mary A rasea treat.
IOWA CITT. la., March 17. (Special
Mrs. Mary Artnentxout la dead at her
home In Iowa City, aged ML One son and
four daughters survive. The daughters are
Meadames Mary B. Rortck. Iowa City;
Rose A. Butterfield. Indlanola; Amanda B.
Frymoyer, Wilton, and Zella B. Miller.
earlee Elliot Mitchell.
NEW BRITAIN. Conn.. March T7.
Charles Elliott Mitchell, who was United
States commissioner of patents under Pres
ident Harrison, died of apoplexy today. He
was 73 years old.
Rdwla W. Dike.
SANTA MONICA, CsX, March 17. Edwin
W. Dike, three times elected treasurer of
the state of Minnesota, died here today,
aged 91. Mr. Dike came to ifanta Monloa
ten years ago.
Persistent Advertising; la the
mediately lock charge.
K EA RN E Y The county supervisors of I PERtT All the local fruit men say that
Uufialo county have invited all road over- fruit In thla section is still In fins condl-
a.ua "f t ha i'i.i i n I ' - ..t ul Inivn hou.lli hiin i .K& aill W - . a
' " - 1 . j - ' " ' ' " . w.a.a a ,ii ua uu ia.iv LTIWXa i
to sttend the lecture of Prof. King, expert i there will be an abundance of fruit of all i
i .a viutil ma.lM to ha (Tl van in this cltv kmilM. Tha a h I Klri.ina t nur ........ K -
April Z1 bafur the state convention of I by Messrs. Duncan and Haaeitlne of Peiu.
commercial ciuhs with their orchard heaters tn the different
PLATTS MOCTIi On the evening of , P" of the county were watched with
March la. at the rsi.lrnce of tne bride s . Interest by the local horticulturists. Prep
Varents. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Ijung. three arations are being maue on a Urtjer at aie
and one-half mi.es west of Mynard, the i l-"1" vsr to spray the orchards the coming
rtiarrtarfe .if Ranumun J. Ijknd anil VLsa HJWU-
lla Hue l-ong toon place. The reremuay
was conducted by Rev. Mr. Meeae.
VOKK-At the council meeting last even-
HOLDREG E The city election In Hol
drege promises to be a rather quiet affair
thla year. Caacueea were held last nuht
iiig S. A. Myers, cuuiu-nman. introduced j by bum the temperance and wet elements
a resolution aaauig that i hief o fuuee
c4Uartte be aaaed tu pay back In the
treasury of the en y feea collected, which
are alleged tu belong to the city. When
the resolution was introduced there waa a
pretty lively time and fur a short time it
fooled as If there would be a rough house.
It la aanerted that an investigation of
various offli.es l.l be made.
TURK The nev Odd Fellows state home.
wui. U is one of the larseat and inoet
d committees were appointed to confer
in resard to a settlement upon the various
candidates with the nope of avoiding an
own rignt on the u.uun question. The
comtnittrea of bota sides wlli meet tomor
row and deckle upon candidates. The
initiativs and referendum la In force tn
this city aud the question of saloons will
be brought up at this election.
CENTRAL CITY The Merrick Countv
t-unoay School convention will be heid In
modern and onip!ete homes m uie I'nlted I the Presbvtenan churcii tn this rtty Muu-
t'aie is rapidly apprna. hin i ompu-tion. I uav and iueu.v. Han.b 11 and ZL There
1 he aiiucti.rw ;a now being rtaifed and be-
uf tile siahtiv elcvadon on ahich it
la bui!t. llie home presents a beautiful sight
wul be four seaaior.s. Muntla' aftarnoon
and evening, and Tuesday morning and
afterntion. The fear urea of me various
n tbe Inn adjoining liillaide a.ut!tion to I Proxrama are as follows: Moadar after-
citv of oik
U Cot.'t, jrNCTli.X-The shortage uf
beef in York county is su. h tha.1 lo al
but bars and meat iia:ers are compened
to ship In fresh nieat from pa. amg centers.
Where a law months ao there were hun
dreds of upon h indrwia of head of came
and hugs In York .-ounty. thare are not
eau'-gn now to supply local consumption.
nuon. prtnooiar.on f primary and eie-
meniary wor bv Miss Margaret Brown;
Tuwaiav morning. Uachcr train. ng hr Rev
I Charles II. b Lewis, feid secretarv of
j the state asauclatum Tuesday afternoon.
graded lessons oy Rev. Lrwts and Miss
I PUmHOITH-i'iimitT Judge Reason
j had a Rearing yesterday, on a . laim Hl.-d
SI TTON-The annual high school da- , u Z u-1 :, ,T'L"Z:. " . .l".
la a sister of tne deceased, and has filed
a i 'aim against her tirotiier s estaie f jr
ru. which she alleges the deceased
aaieed to pav her tn money to ualan e the
uif fi-r.D' tietwevn the amounts both re
ceived from thetr father, t'nnn Ke:idail.
Wild l!.atia A it''lMlun of m. Iin..r.v
an; i ,ni wars aao. Mis Tavtor contends that
cauiatary contest was held before a good
auasl audience at the opera house. The
couiestants er. Juiia lia.t. Suwia Corey.
Esther brehm. K iirwi'i 1 aim. Kay
I rostt. fc.tutua Huxaiaer rt a cidxa
awarued tne p es as foiioes: rsc
liigebcih Oianta- --iitid i- .-.t iiih.u.
furu t my Hrun l he first M.us
Of "All Arnorican ,f Shoos
from RIce-Hutchings Shoe Co., Boston
Makers of $5.00, $4.00 and $3.50. This
Entire Lot " r-a
li 1 f
TZZTVm Yor'kMan ni, NT 1 '"r bro,h,rTe.-V.ved. eighty acres of lau.d
tuaiter was taen under advisement by t;:a
tJLATT?llnl'TH Mrs Katiimne On vr ! court.
teteoraieu ner .-d Dirttida. today, sue
haviing been burn m Ireland n st.
I tlnini da' in lvfl in t:ua u.-caaion a
cf War t-tuidren and grander tuluren anu
aeverai maves and nepna-as .ie aiit
la a family reunion to ej.l t:i. eai.maoie
lad in celebra: uial her natal day Thoee
piwsent were: Mr and Mr. I'harles tads.
1-r and Mrs Ward of emiaaa, Mr and
Airs. A. . Haj:am aud anw uf Lincoln.
Mr and Mrs. U P Aylxeert of kausaa
.'. Mrs A ana Miller. Mr. and Mr. La- t
NEBRASKA CITY Mrs. Char'es Mel
ch.nr wife of a farmer iiMng f.ur nii.es
soutn of the city, sal cleaning uo things,
at her hoice ;. esteruav when a man who ,
Uva m a huvel s una distance from her '
residence ai-ared at the dour and de
manded s.mrt;iin io eat. ?ne answered
sue muuld ra it j soon as sue had cora
P'etad her aork. The man dM not wait
for her to do this but attacked and beat
nar tium me nead and arms. Sha rava
a arm af.er muin her eemue mil
wn and arrested
ba a oertruin
r rue Mmer and two soas and Mae Haiti i her-rf K lac iter want due
Milled of hurt t'nmii. Miaa Guaste Man- I tne brute. He claimed t
, c- . l. "' r na MP ' 'v and a.d that M .,nian d d out mind 1
of Fur; vbhu. M as . arn. i.lu.r Sa J Mr n hia .-..inrv thev war- ti,t, , ., 1
l i. Morgan and aife and aaugnt.r. M -s : iti He will be hald and ' en a hearins S
w.rt-ude . sk.I nu,ra than hariy bound ever to the H
Ladi2S" .Guarante3d K3S3
Six pairs in a box. guar
anteed by the manufactur
ers; this hosiery was mailt?
to sell at $JJK) a box; every
fair has double linen toes
and heel?; al! sizs; my price,
per box, Saturday
L!2.Vs Guaranteed Hose
Men's Guaranteed Hose,
in all colors, with linen toes,
and heeL; (Shaw-knit and
Wizard makes), this hose
formerly sold at $1.50 a box,
my price Saturday, 6 pairs
in a box, at, per box
Hen's All American Shoes
Combined with several other well, known lines of $j.MJ and
$4.00 Shoes ard Oxfords in black velour calf, patent kid, tau
calf, high and low shoe;-, will be jilai'etl on sale Saturday at
one price, $"2.5X These shoes are of the very latest styles, in
all the new and up-to-d;vte lasts, the kind of shoes that fit your
feet perfectly and won't cramp your pocket. This tt pjft
lot placed on sale Saturday at WsCiOU
and Oxfords, in suede, satin, velvet and patent. Every a i r
is hand sewed, several made of the very bet material, double
lasted and made to st-11 the world over at $o.00 and $4.00.
From the great purchase. We have them in every conceivable
style nd shape; every one up-to-date. On sale &t "A
Saturday at . yfaiOU
Open 6:30 P. M. Saturday 10 P. M.
i ft Ha2? sa ' f ai
! 1 I -tfl j I'
3rd Floor Paitcn Block, Corner 16th and Faxttim
CJCMTKAi. Cirr-Atieiney Thoaxas I district court.
; J 4aJ. . ' J y - ? . f
: 1 W
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r i t ' i
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,"s .: ',i'.it - -
-pdlia r. " ..Vv - -
Hiiz fa Year Hsstsra far
Made la high grade aorge. in
white, navy, black. gr7, brown,
grM-n, taa, etc., and la white aerge
with tht? black hairline stripe.
On- cf this pr.aif prettiest
moiltia. The short. Jaunty Jacket
la Zi la hes long, hnej with guar
anteed a:ia; very pretty aklrt.
Pt-rf.'ct fit and sjpero maa-tallor-lng
guaranteed. Thia only one of
the hundreds of pretty atylea w
niaJie at thia price.
214-16 N. 1 6 til SL Cpp. Layil Hotel
Taft's Dental Boins
CS ALLEN'S FOOT - EASE,
Thm anuafrptie cwdsr u h kh&k mc f
riu. If otj wit rmi and xmrort ttw tir
. n.ng, 1W1I.4M, ra:trig (-t. .h Ailn 9mn.
i !). aiftii aJ tniiiiouA ef mil ptsJa anl
ire,v:iui u.il-ir. Alwj
cf to lit earn m Smm Hum. I. irf, (rti
. n.l't .iuj.rr .tt m T.y it iosir im
r ir. 3- tt. Uijn t t.pi mutf utmriuiM.
iL tMa.ksvs, gdilrfskt A. too . uimmm.
Ls kll T.
TWENTIETH CENTURY FARMER
Oae Deltas Pes Yeas.
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