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About Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 5, 1911)
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NEVILLE'S WAY TO LIBERTY
Prisoner from Cheyenne County Vio
lated Faith Imposed in Him.
SLIPPED AWAY FROM BEATRICE
Cent Tkcr to Work Electrlclas
br "tat" Board and After Bor
rowing from fowlei, lie
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Oct. 4. (Speclal.)-The
report of the warden of the state peni
tentiary for the month of September
shows that there was but one escape
during that time-that of Harry Neville.
The prisoner, however, did not escape
from the penitentiary proper, but be vio
lated trust by breaking faith with the
State Board of Public Lands and Build
ings. It appears that Neville had been work
ing as an electrician at the penitentiary
and the state board become so smitten
with the class of the Jobs turned out by
him that they allowed him to go to va
rious other state institutions and work
at his trade. For this they paid him
He made his get-away while thus en-
at the school lor me
minded at Beatrice. There he borrowed
a sum of money from a woman employe,
took a suit case belonging to another em
ploye and after striking Land Commis
sioner Cowles for a loan disappeared.
Neville was serving a sentence of ten
years for murdering a railroad watch
man in Cheyenne county and his term.
that of all good Denavior b...u-
would have expired in .....
ALLEGED JEWELRY THIEVES
NOW IN PLATTSMOUTH JAIL
rLATTSMOUTH, Neb., Oct. 4. (Spe
cial.) Tne arrest of the second of the
Louisville burglars at Omaha by the po
lice completes the capturing of those who
have been a terror to the country mer
chants since the breaking of the store
at Louisville and the bank at Wabash.
The first arrest, which was made last
Saturday evening in Omaha by Sheriff
Quinton, and which whs kept quiet on
account of fear of arousing the sus
picions of the confederate, was a very
clever piece of work. Sheriff Qulnton
requested the correspondents to refrain
from mentioning the arrest of the
first until the second one should be cap
tured. The arrest of Frank McMahan
was the opening wedge and assured the
officers that they were on the right track.
The morning following the burglary at
Louisville a pair of cuff buttons, a por
tion of the stock of Jeweler Treitsch, was
found on the north side of the riatte
river where the handcar of tho Rock
Island was missing, and the finding
the same day of the car at Albright
pointed to Omaha as the rendezvous of
the people who committed the crime.
Some time during the night that the
store was robbed at Louisville an attempt
was made to enter the First National
bank at Weeping Water, those who were
trying to get In twisting off the knobs
of the door of the building and It is sup
posed they were frightened away and
gave up the attempt for tho time.
Whether this was before the burglary at
Louisville is not known, but it Is sur
mlssed that It Is the same persons who
did the work at Louisville.
Sheriff Quinton went to Omaha yester
day morning and returned at noon with
the second prisoner who Is also lodged
The prison population at the state peni
tentiary is 4G4. against two less than that
number one month ago. During Septem
ber twenty-two prisoners were ""Wed.
thirteen discharged, four paroled, two
pardoned and one escaped.
The gate receipts ai mo
tlon were heavy. During the month the ,
total amount taken In being $854.90, and
at the chapel stand t317- received.
'BURKETT AND HAMMOND
AT OUTS OVER A RULING
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. Oct. 4. (Special. )-A
sharp conflict Is on between ex-Senator
B. J. Burkett of this city and Internal
Revenue Collector Rosa Hammond. The
- iiioaanxinn In the federal
cause i j l uio ui. -corporation
tax law, and the former sen
ator Insists that he knows more about
It than the Fremont man, because he
helped to enact It, and objects to a fine
that Collector Hammond Imposed on one
of the ex-senator's clients.
Mr. Burkett says that Mr. Hammond
and his department are trying to make
law on their own accounts and are
wholly without authority to do" so, or
even according to executive order.
The commissioner of Internal revenue
has prescribed a set of rules for the ad
ministration of the law, and one of them
Is aa follows:
Every corporation, Joint stock com
pany, association or insurance company
not specifically enumerated as exempt
hall make the return required by law,
whether It may have net Income liable
to tax or not."
It Is this latter rule that Mr. Burkett
say Is entirely without authority of
law and presumptuous on the part of
the public officials. Mr. Burketta client
did not have an Income sufficient to be
liable for taxation, nevertheless on the
first of March It mailed to the collector
of Internal revenue a statement, but
whlt:h did not reach the collector's office
at Omaha until the morning of the sec
ond of March, and, accordingly, the col
lector rejected It and assessed a fine of
J25 against the corporation. Mr. Bur
kett has advised his client that It Is not
liable for the penalty and Insists that
no corporation la required to file a re
port that Is not amenable to the law and
that If It had not made anyreport at all
It could not be penalized.
MANY WANT NEW SERUM
Applications from Farmer of Ne
braska Exceed Demand of
Year Ago by Hall.
PROFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL
ENGINEERING GOES TO IOWA
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 4.-(Spectal.)-C.
K. Shedd, professor of agricultural en
gineering at the university college of ag
riculture, has submitted his resignation
to accept a position at the Iowa state
college at Ames. Professor Shedd has
been at the university two years and was
scheduled for an advance In salary and
position according to a recent ordor pro
mulgated by the order of the board of
DESIGNATE LINCOLN BANKS
TO RECEIVE POSTAL FUNDS
(From a Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN. Neb.. Oct. 4 -(Special.) -
Tw6 of the four state banks In this city
have been designated as depositories fur
postal savings banks In this city, tin
funds to be distributed among thriu uc-
cording to their capital stock and sur
plus. Bonds must be deposited to guar
antee the deposits, the inlnlnum deposits
to be covered by the two state banks
bring $5,000. No effort Is to be made, It
Is said, In this state to advance a propo
sition similar to that advanced In Wis
consln that state banks should be ruled
out of the depository business on the
ground that the state banking law pro
hibits the making of even the federal
government a favored depositor.
Aliened Forger In Fairbury Jail.
FAmBlTRY, Neb.. Oct. 4 (Special.)
The preliminary hearing of J. 1
Upton and M. S. Torrlson, tho two
"boomer" telegraph operators, was
held In county court before Judge
C. C. Boyle, and tho parties plead
not guilty and the Judge fixed their bail
at $500 each. Being unable to furnish
same, they are spending the time in Jail
until court convenes October 3. These
parties were acting ns relief agents at
Jansen, six miles northeast of Faiibury
while the regular man was on his vaca
tion. They are charged with stealing a
United States express money order book
and forging an order for $12.50. They
passed It off on the First National bank
at Fairbury. The regular agent missed
two tickets to Dalhart, Tex. The parties i
were intending to leave for Texas.
NEWS NOTES FROM BEATRICE
I'rnlhiT Nolan Ovf pemnr by Unn
While Illpplna lla Hert
tmiKlrnni Is llrml.
ItKATRIl'K. Neb.. Oct 4.-(SpcclaH-t'rnther
1'olen. a fiirmer living seyen
miles northwest of Iteatrlce. was over
come by gas yesterday, while dipping
hogs In a- acetylene mixture and came
near losing his life, lie was working
over a tank and Inhaled too much of
the germ-destroying liquid, which rend
ered him unconscious. A physician was
summoned and soon had him out of
Bert Armstrong, twenty-six years of
age, died yesterday morning at the home
of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. W.
Armstrong, eleven miles east of Beatrice,
lie had been 111 seven months.
Kllen Burke of Wymore yesterday In
stituted suit for divorce against her hus
band, F.dward Burke. She charges non
support and cruelty as the grounds for
bringing the action.
Klmer Xofslnger was called to Red Oak,
la., yesterday with a pair of the Fulton
bloodhounds to assist the authorities In
running down the men who robbed a
bank at that place Monday night.
A llrenk for Liberty
from stomach, liver and kidney trouble Is
made when a 25c box of lr. King's New
Lire fills Is bought. For sale by Beaton
F.frlmrr sihnpa on Full Time.
FAIRBURY, Neb.. Oct. 4. (Speclnl.)
There Is rejoicing among the car de
partment employes at Fairbury on being
placed on a new schedule of working
hours. For the past few weeks the em
ployes have been working eight hours.
Effective today, the working hours have
been Increased to ten. Several additional
eriiployes will be placed In service to re
pair the bad order cars.
and other ills, due to an inactive condi
tion of the Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
may bo obtained most pleasantly and
most promptly by using Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna. It is not a new
and untried remedy, but is used by
millions of weD-informed families through
out the world to cleanse and sweeten
and strengthen the system whenever a
laxative remedy is needed.
When buying note the fuO name
of the Company California Fig Syrup
Co, printed on cry package of the
Regular price SO per bot one six oof:
For sale by an leadmg druggitta.
y. y Then why rest contented with
rip rrOlICl thin, scray, rough hair? Ayer's
a vt4.w HairVigorgives softness and rich
ness to the hair, makes it thicker, heavier. Cannot change
the color. Safe to use? Ask your own doctor.
J. O. Ajter Co.,
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. Oct. 4-(Special.)
According to Dr. Gaines of the state uni
versity school of agriculture the requests
for hog cholera serum have exceeded
those of last year by more than 60 per
cent. That this la due as much to the
general understanding of the work as
. . .,,rarl at the disease Is the belief of
Ir. Uaines. although he figures that the
latter counts In the larger snowing.
FAIRBURY. Oct. 4. (Special.) A wed
ding of some Interest to Jefferson county
people wan solemnized at the I'resbyterian
parsonage in Lincoln when Miss Martha
Brock meyer of this county and Conna H.
Zook were murrled. Immediate friends
and relatives of the contracting parties
witnessed the ceremi'. The bride Is a
daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brock
meyer, prominent Jefferson county
people, and the groom Is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. L. M. Zook, formerly of Wood
River, Neb., and now of Lake Author,
New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Zook will
make their home in Havelock.
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
1e XastoMluaiof Car to The WarM'
3700 Miles of Proof
That's the distance covured by the Marmon at an
average speed over t6 miles per hour. In winning the
world's greatest list of victories.
Thi unequaled demonstration has proved beyond
a doubt the staunch reliability of Marmon construc
tion combined with the perfect balance that insures
luxurious comfort as well as economy of tires, fuel,
oil and upkeep.
Can you ask for greater proof of value than the
fact that this demonstration Is by comparison with
the best and highest priced cars of .Europe and
If you desire any further proof, go to the Mar
mon owner and learn of the value of hla car In daily
Five body styles one dtansis. Five-Passenger
Tourtnq (Jar Four-J'asscn'nr Suburban,
Twoor Three-1'nnsenyer liuatLtbr$JJ5i).
Also Laivlakt out lAinnunine Model.
Nordyke & Marmon Co.
Indianapolis. (Established 1S51) Indiana.
Sixty Vears of Successful Man u fact u ring.
MARION AUTOMOBILE CO.
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The Food-drink for All Ages.
Pure Nutrition, up building the whole body.
Invigorates the nursin g mother and the aged.
Rich milk, malted gratrip in powdet form.
A quick lunch prepared In a minute.
Tale no i ubititute. Ask for HORLICK'S.
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Wlion you got n mossago over tho long Dis
tance Bell Telephone lines that a friend is com
ing from a distance to visit you, use the Local
Lines to order supplies in a hurry.
The problem of the empty refrigerator and
the unexpected guest is solved bv Hell
C. W. McDOMAXD, Mjrr.
The Bread the People Like
fl''t TM ih , ,,ukry that em'
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Heop e like. The per,l lf Omaha are t "
l.e . that sustain Ult) r,aWerv that .""loyS
the baker, that bake the bread the Pe'mJ
like. Heniember. Its TId Top bread.
5c at all grocer
r. STXAK BAKIsTQ compact
HTHE International Har
vester Co. of America,
8th St. and Capitol Ave.,
Omaha, handles the most
satisfactory and most eco
nomical auto delivery
wagon on the market.
HERE IT IS;
LOOK AT IT
Rosebud and Pine Ridge
October 2nd to 21st
The Chicago and North Western Railway Co.
announces train'service to
Dallas and Gfc
(Points of Registration)
Leave Omaha .... 8:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m.
Leave Lincoln 7 JO a.m. 3:00 p.m.
Leave Superior t 8:30 a.m.
Leave Hastings f 10:30 a.m.
Leave Fremont .... 9 35 a.m. 10:00 p.m.
Leave Norfolk 1:13 p.m. 1:05 a.m.
Arrive Gregory .... 8:05 p.m. 7;45 a.m.
Arrive Dallas 8:20 p.m. 8:00 a.m.
Arrive Winner . . . 9:15 p.m. 10d0 a,m.
Convenient trains returning leave t
Winner 3KX) a.m. 9:40 a.m. 4KX) p.m.
Pallas 5 JO a.m. 10:40 a.m. 6:30 p.m.
Gregory 60 a.m. 10 JO a.m. 6:45 p.m.
Daily f Except Sunday
The Only Line
to the Reservation
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We have on hand a number of
Player Pianos that are slightly used,
now on sale at the following prices:
Mahogany caso, beautifully figured,
. $050 $325
. $5.-)0 $225
Mahogany case, eighty-eight note. .
Mahogany case, eighty-eight note. .
A number of outside Cabinet Players, from $15 up.
Twenty-five rolls of music free with every player.
Terms to suit your own convenience.
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