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THE BEE: OifAHA. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1911.
Girls' mvI Hisaet 8mter $1.25 to $2.25
Wo-netT Sirtwt?rs $3.50 to $0.50
Boy Srenlcrs $1.00 to $3.00
Men' .Stealers ..$2.50 lo $C00
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RACE WAR ATCOWETA, OKL.
Two Killed and Four Wounded in
Clash of Whites and Slacks.
COMPANY OF MILITIA ON GUARD
Leoal Aatberltlre, Assisted by Vol
Hrr Ar Svarrblns Howe of
nait aa4 Svtalan
Firearms. aCSKOGEE. OKI., Oct. U.-Wlth to
dead and (our desperately wounded In last
night's raca riots at (Joweta, twenty
mllea north of Muakoge, alata militia
today la maintaining martial law In the
disturbed town and 'arching homos of
negroes for arms. The soldiers have ar
rested numerous blacks and many others
are under surveillance.
'i ha jrt ;
J. D. BEAVEBP. city attorney, shot to
dtatu b, nja auridlatn, nss.ro.
h.U toUUuIKTH, negro, rescued from
hanging uy the authorities only to h rid
dled with bullets aa ha authorities at
tempted to take him from Coweta.
Carman Oliver, whits, wounded during
Ftellar Thompson, white.
Ed Ruse, who resisted arrest and with
other negroes defied the city marshal
probably fatally wounded.
John R. Thomas, a section foreman, at
tackled early today by mob of negroes,
probably fatally hurt.
City ts Unlet.
Whan news ot the troops' coming
spread early today among negroes In
Coweta and surrounding country and vil
lages quiet was restored. However, the
local authorities, assisted by soldiers, be
gan searching homes of negro suspects.
Tbls news spread and presumably
caused the arrival later In the day of
negroes from neighboring towns. Whits
men from the outlying districts also be
gan to arrive in Coweta. Herman Re,
Fifteen vears ago I had an attack of
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physician who fav ma medicine which
only relieved me for a time. After dis
continuing his medicine my trouble re
turned as severs aa before
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white, was halted, he says, near the
outskirts of Coweta by two negroes car
rying rifles. ' After searching Rea the
negroes permitted him to proceed.
Tnconflrmed reports at noon stated that
two white farmers had been art upon and
shot to death by negroes near Coweta.
Noitrocs (.ntlu-r at Itoilhlrd.
Reports here today from Redhlrd, Okl.,
a town inhabited exclusively by negroes
atid situated near Coweta, say that aev
oral negro leaders today made effort to
Induce the Murks to march on Coweta
and avenge tho death of Edward Bud-
Oeth, the negro killed by a mob there last
night. Frightened by the presence of sol-
dieia at Coweta the negroes refused to
muve. Reports say armed mob of'blncka
la preparing to march from Itedbird to
Coweta's population Is about one-third
negroes and the country surrounding It
is thickly populated by blacks. A tele
phone message from Clfy Marshnl Kulile
of Coweta to this city today says ha
does not believe the rere trouble over. He
fears, the negroes may yet wipe out the
town and that thirty sste mllllame,n, now
In Coweta could not long hold out against
1.000 negroes who could assemble In an
hour's tlma In ths neighborhood. .
Taft Leaves Pierre
to Visit Huron
riERRR. B. D.. Oct. 2S Rntx-lal Tele."
gram. The only accident which marred
me visit of Fresfdent Taft to thla eltv
occurred thla morning as tha president's
train was leaving tha city for ths north
ern part of the state. A large number
of automobiles were following ths train
ss far ss ths Indian school and ona of
them driven by 8. N. Wood went Into
ditch breaking a wheel throwl nsr nut
th9 rrty and 0raklng tog for Mr,
The president was tha aveat last nlrht
of Congressman Burke and following
breakfast at ths Burks home this morn
ing he made a abort talk to echool chil
dren of tha city. Just before his train
left, Mr. Taft made a aeoond speech from
ns rear platform of his prlvata oar.
Huron, Aberdeen and severs! nth.r
towns are down on the schedule of to
day's stopping places for ths presidential
train m mis stats.
JOHN R. WALSH PASSES AWAY
(Continued from faga One.)
MeClaagbrey is Wet sarartaed.
LEAVENWORTH. Kan.. n -vvt.
news Of ths sudden death nf Jk n
Walsh was conveyed to Major R, W.
woviaugnrey, warden of tha federal peni
tentiary here this morning, he aald:
"I am not surprised. I was afraid dur
ing, his stay hers tuat b would navar
leave the prison alive.' On tha r
his rrole 1 was alarmed for him. KIs
condition had become weakened and the
excitement Incident to his relasa over
whelmed him." i
When Walsh was released ha tn.i.t
an making tha twenty-slx-mlls trip to
r-ansaa city in aa automobile. His sob.
Richard Walah. who had come from Chi
cago to attend bis father, protested, but
ma agea maa insisted tuat ha was abl
to etend tho journey.
Whan he arrived at leans mi
board a train for Chicago, Walsh plainly
Showed tha effects of tha trip. Ha re
mained cheerful, however, and Instated
that bs was all right.
'Father la feeling fine." said tk.
younger maa whew reporters appreaahed.
"Ems tha ions motor rlda ilia ti
him. I expect hrtn te he hack at work
in lew aaya."
Tba ea-benaer amlllne-lv nrwlrf.4 ..
to what hie son had said, lie deWtaed to
maaa any stateoienL waian had served
ona year, eight months and twntv.i
daya of his five-year sentence. He ap-
peerea peraoneuy oeiera ut parol heard
on beptamber n last to presaat hkt peti-
Uon tot release.
Iss-is-Ltir mttetaee Taft.
A sensational aldallght a the banker's
death was thrown by Orvlll IC Babeock.
aon-ln-law, who deolared that Mr.
Walsh's death waa du to delay In ob
taining the letter's release from prison
Mr. Babeock held President Taft and At
torney General Wicket-sham responsible
for that delay.
"They wanted ths last ounce of blood."
said Mr. llaboock.
"Who do you mean by they?"
"Why, Freetdent Taft and Attorney
General Wtokersham." ha replied. We
presented them with statements mads by
Or. Frank Billing and Dr. Joseph A.
Capp stating Mr. Walsh was dangerously
111 and that further confinement night
mean his death. They simply Ignored
these medical statements and tha long
delay In obtaining his relears resulted.
Freak J. KaJver.
MlSfNEAFOLlii, Oat. U. -Freak J
FaJvey, on of tb roost widely known
railrvad men In the northwaal, la daad
I fc Knm In UimI M. n.
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TRACTORS EASE FARM WORK
Machines Do Wonders And Supplant
LEC TTE.LS AT THE LAND SHOW
UlaT Fewer Fleming Demonstration
Will Take Place Thla Afternoon
at Thirtieth as4 perer
Trsctors and traction farming has at
tracted attention at the Iand Show as
representing the last word in modern
farm methods. In addition to plowing
demonstrations and acvrn tractor exhibits
In mafhlnery hall tho management has
provided a series of Interesting and enter
A. E. Thompson of the Avery company
haa shown the Avery tractor In moving
pictures and James A. King of the Hart
Fsrr company haa bean giving practical
illustrated talks dealing with the use ot
the various models of ths llart-Tsrr
tractor and experimental fnrm near
Charles City and lludd, Floyd county,
Following up this progrant a special
lecture was given Monday afternoon at
l o'clock by M. l. W. Ellis of the
Rumely company, Ua Porte. Ind.. who
Stopped for a day at the Ollpull exhibit
oh his return from the dry farming con
gress at Colorado Springs.
' Evolution of the Flew.
Mr. Ellis' chos for his subject "The
Evolution of rower and tha Plow,"
tracing the development of the plow from
ths crooked stick of the unmndevntsed
nations to the present outfits that plow
an acre In four and a quarter minutes
By means of realistically colored slides
he represented ths transition to ths
wooden plow, sulky, gsng. (Use and
finally tha engine plow In various types.
At the same tlms the change In applica
tions of power wers shown-man, the
camel. Die ox. the horse, the threxhlng
engine rind the steam plowing engine
giving way before ths modern gasoline
and kerosene tractor.
Tractor fhons at Work.
Tractors were xhown plowing, discing.
harrowlriK. harvealinK and threshing the
wheat eiop even combing In . one op
eration the preparation of the ground and
the set-ding of the crop, whilu In an
other picture the tractor and the com
bined harvester were seen rutting,
threshing and sacking 7S to 100 acres a
day. Wide-wheeled engines plowing
marsh land, where horses could not have
been' used, and others fording streams,
climbing mountains, moving houses,
building roada and railway grades, plow.
Ing In the snow of spring and threshing
In the snows of winter were shown.
Tractloneer Always Batr,
?'Th tractloneer," said Mr. Kills, "Is
busy the whole year through. Borne day
a single motor driven nra.hlne may dis
place ths horse, the plow and tha tractor,
tha mower, tha cart and the binder, but
I dou,bt it. and for tha present. Ilk the
tired horses ons occasionally aeea lean
ing over the fence, I am perfectly willing
to let tha tractor do the work."
A Far Cry to the Spaders.
After showing the Immense shops de
voted to tha building of tractors and the
long train of engines en rout to tha
wheat fields, the speaker couuluded:
"In manufacturer has dona much to
conserve human labor, which, next to
human life, is our choicest asset. It Is
a far cry back to th days of Millet's
8paders.' Their work of centuries may
now b concentrated In th space of
weeks by an outfit recently shown at
I'urdue university, consisting of three
kerosene tractors successfully yoked to
th giant plow of fifty bottoms th
world' greatest spectacle of power on
th farm opening th door for entsr
prise ao vast and equipment so gtgantio
that In a few year th turbine of th
Olympic of tb set, or th great central
power plant on land, will no longer
dwarf the agencies with which man ac
complishes ths fundamental task of feed
Mr. Ellis is a graduate of Iowa State
college, at Am, waa formerly a trac
tion plowing expert for th United State
Department of Agriculture, and la joint
author of "Fewer and the. Flow," a re
cently published work, which la tha only
trtis extant on power farming. Ha la
a lousin of W. D. El wood, manager of
tha Omaha Lightning Rod and Klectrlo
OAS TRACTOtta HAVE OTHER DAY
Deeaoastretlon Thl Afternoon at
Thirtieth aw 4 pence.
So Interesting and suoceaaful waa th
plowing demonstration given last weak
by the various gas traction companies
which have exhlhlt at th Land Know
that two other days have been set aside
for them, Tuesday afternoon. Octuber
M. and Thursday morning and afternoon,
Thl afternoon at 2 o'clock tb following
companies will lake part:
Hackney Auto Flow umnuv of Kt
PauL Minn., V. Hansen and William Lab
but In oharge, who will hav a one-man
forty-boraepower engine vulUng a Juhn
veere mree-Douona plow machine.
Aultraan-Tavlor Machine umunv a
Mansfield, u., Anton Jensen In charge,
who will hav a ten-bottom M-lnok Fwrlin
Orendorff plow pulled with their thirty-alxiy-horaepowar
water cooled tractor.
international Harvester eomuaav of Chi
cago, Messrs. John guhmldt and L. Lea
in cnarge. wno hav a forty-flv horse
power double opposed gasoline, or kero
sene englu pulling a Fartla-Ornaorff
M. Kumlay Company f La, Fort. Inrt
U W. bill In chars, who wiu hav a
fifteen-horsepower oil-pull tractor pulling
a six-bottom Oliver plow.
rtart-rarr company of Charles City. la.,
R. H. Swltser In chara. who will have a
mac nine on rooieo. pulling an eight-r-ot-tcm
John ter plow.
rhee large engines hav awakened a
great Interest among th farmer and
grain men. not only for tha plowing that
oan be don, but th various other uses
to which thee machine can be put, such
aa hauling heavy loads of various klnda
thrashing machines, etc
iwrgw erowa is expect m, since a
charg la. made, and th demonstrations
will take plao at Thirtieth and Spencer
street, which place ran be reached by
taking tbe Dodg ear. Fred Kavan has
charg of th program.
The Avery company of Omaha through
tb courtesy of their representative. Mr
Oeorg Parr In. will hav two of their
automobile trucks to carry speoutor
from th Land Show, which they hav
kindly eoncented to do free ef charge.
Fteed for. Speekiag.
KANSAS CITY, Oct. tS-Angle Cat
lellno, Frank Miller and O. W. isWtahar.
membere of tb laduatrlal Worker of
th World organisation, wer fined $10
rscn in m municipal court here today
(or niaaing pusiic speecnea on tn streets.
Weeld rro-re ratal.
T T -T K k rikl rVr-4 VI nrilll & m
- . - . ,.iiut Hi i,
formerly chief of deteotivee bare, who
w anvi or Mr, rennia w gan la her
apart meat bar laat Friday, died tojay.
eKxreaaur and that th shouting waa jua-
WILL TALK BEFORE WOMAN'S
CLUB AT THE LAUD SHOW.
WILLIAM BRUCE LEFFINQWELI
(Continued from Fage One.)
to bellnve the garrison there cannot be
relied on by the Imperial government
Nanking Is not only a grent commercial
center but Is also ths most important
military depot In central China and its
fall would b the most severe blow which
tho government has yet received. The
government Is taking steps for defers In
Shanghai. Iiurlng the last feW days
there has been much activity around the
arsenal. The situation la regarded here
as most alarming.
It Is generally admitted that unless the
government succeeds speedily in dealing
a decisive blow to Its sdverearles the
revolution will spread of Its own momen
tum over a great belt of territory across
Refugees of all nationalities continue to
flock into Shanghai from points up tha
Tang Ts river. They all agree that
while tha general appearance of things
Is quiet, sympathy everywhere is with
th revolutionists and widespread support
Is being given th agents of th new
government. Business Is absolutely stag
nant even In the cities on the lower river
and ths commercial depression in Shang
hai In complete.
A large number of Americans from va
rious points have appealed to. Consul Gen
eral Amos Wilder asking for ths protec
tion of American gunboats for their
cities. One of the appeals came -from
Consul Edward C. Baker at I-Chang.'
Mr. Wilder said today that he was mak
ing an effort to -secure additional ves
sels. Up to ths present time, however,
so far as has been learned, no foreigner
has suffered personal Injury from either
Americans Ask Protection.
The American cruiser Albany will ar
rive here tomorrW. The , New Orleans
Is now stationed at Nanking.
News from Hankow Is greatly delayed
wing to the severance of the telegraph
line. Th nearest point that can be
reached by wlr from Shanghai la Klu
Klang, 100 miles from Hankow. Thenc
dlspatchea are relayed by boat, nln-teen-hour
The telegraph wire out of Hankow
wer first cut by th commander of th
government forces, who set up tha Han
kow end of th line In his camp, giving
him oontrol of all massages, fhe rebels
quickly learned of this situation and took
matters Into their own hands by circling
the government camp and cutting th
wires below, ninety-flv miles from Han
kow. The wireless from Hankow Is not
Quiet prevails here, but th financial
and mercantile situation Is grave. Na
and mercantile situation Is grave. Na
of cargoes that are arriving bar almost
dally from European and American ports.
Foreign merchants ar unable to meet
their drafts, and what trading is dona la
on a small margin and on a commission
basis. Even th wealthy firms ar un
able to finance their business without th
assistance of th banks, which ar re
luctant to corns to their aid.
PEORIA MINISTER ON TRIAL
FOR ALLEGED MISCONDUCT
BTERUNO. xn.. Oct. 2.-Invtlgation
of charges of misconduct against th
Rev. lr. Charles Raymond of Peoria.
pastor of the Lutheran church of Sterling,
began today befor a ministerial committee
of five, representing the northern Illinois
synod of Lutheran church. Tha charges
were filed by Mr. Kathryn Howland. a
former member ot th church. Mrs.
Howland named lght other former mem
ber of th church In her eharg. Sh
said ths minister exerted a hypnotic In
fluence ever tha women of his congre
gation. FIRST ELECTION IN ALSACE-
LORRAINE UNDER NEW REGIME
STRASSBURO. Germany. Oct. U.
CompUt returns from yesterday's io
lloa for member of th iowr house a
provided under th sew constitution
granted Alsaca-Lorraln show th fol
lowing results: Twenty clericals, fifty
socialists, ftv Lorraine "Bloo" and two
liberals. In the other twenty-eight dis
trict out of a total of sixty, a reballot
will be required. Th socialists and lib
erals combined are expected to win a
majority in the second balloting.
TO (IRE A COUO I 4B DAY
Take Laxative Rromo Oulnlna tehUta
iruggiB( reiuna money it it fall toetir.
a,, n .urove e iiiwurt i on oa box. Sb.
Remover Easily Made
i FTOm ltil lPvrit UfiMaln I
A few dermatologist hav long held
the secret that a certain product.
anown to in arug trad aa aaxollt.
nan m property wnn used In ulu
Uon. ef .nstantly reducing wrinkle
Any n can raadUy make thla aam
Solution bV dlolvtn Anna A vtw
dared aaaoliu In a half nlnt nt wiih
hL Bath th fao In thl and
not tb Immediate trwnaf
Tb akin tlgntena, become firmer
aeepest wrinsie at one begin to
smooth out This action will of cours
also reduc hanging cheek or double
When the hand ahow aim .
Ing. the akin becoming coax, creased
w tuvr, wun ium in to solution
Bine the rut nuhlL. M. iki.
furmula, rno and women all over tbe
wvuoiry nave taken advaatag of tb
Information, according te reports, with
fnnmt uilartXtfv IMiillik.iilt
WITHER MUSMJIYE NAME
Prominent Business Man Sentenced
to Stay in Jail.
ZANE DIES AS RESULT OF FALI
hopaaea f nock taland fthopa
Valley Junction Tote to Accept
New Schedal and Will
From a Staff Correspondent.)
PES MOTIVE'S, Oct. 23-(Ppeclal Tele
gram. -The district court today sen
tenred W. W. Wltmer. owner of th
Kavery hotel and for many years con
spicuous In Iowa business and politics, t
remain In Jail until such time as he shal
tell who is actually the owner of certain
corporation stock. He appealed to th
supreme court so that he will not have
to suffer penalty for contempt.
The tax ferreta found that on the books
of the American Type Foundry company
he Is credited with Owning 3MO,(kO worth
Of stock, and they Insisted on hla paying
taxes on It. Rut he Insists that he Is
not in fact the owner, but he merely
holds the same In trust for somebody
slse, whose nam he will not disclose.
Zane Dies of Injnrlee.
Benjamin Zane. a farmer of Frotectlon
Kan., died here today from injuries he
received yeaterday In falling Into an open
busement where a new building la being
erected on the business street. It was
lonnu tonav mat be !mves an estate
valued at 1300.000. Ha had come to Le
Molr.es to visit relatives and was 72 years
shopmen Vote Aajalnst Strike.
The shopmen of the Rock- Island shops
at .Valley Junction have voted on the pro
posal or th national organisation wltn
regard to a strike over th refusal of
th railroad company to recognise their
separate unions. A new schedule was pre
semen anti the shopmen voted to accept
it and not to enter upon a strike.
liicheson to Be Sent
to Grand Jury Soon
BOSTON. Mass.. Oct. 23 The evMn,-.
against the Rev. Clarence V. T Rioh. arm
the Cambridge Baptist minister, charged
wun me muraer or Avis Llnnell. the
young musle student, will be presented
before th Suffolk county grand Jury at
a. special session on Thnrdav f t.i.
week. District Attorney Pelllter announced
One of the results of rrM
slderatlon of th case thla week will be
to foreetall th municipal court hearing
in me matter, wnich was to hav been
held Tuesday, October 81.
In th event that Rlcheson Is indicted
by th grand Jury, District Attorney Pel
leter plana to have th minister tried at
a special session of th criminal court
Chief Joseph Pugan of th bureau of
criminal investigation said today that
"In th whole story of the case n r-
there Is not a guess nor a surmise."
it i also Intimated from th district"
attorneys office that If the defense
should attempt to develop th govern
ment's rase against Rirheann e.,k..
adjournment would be asked for 'and a
special session or tb grand Jury con
vened at once.
Th police admitted today that they
needed further Information rr.,i..
th plan of th supposed meeting of th
fatal Saturday between Rlcheson and
A more carful analvala nt tha ..
of th dead woman la heina. m.e
Prof. Whitney of th Harvard Medical
Th authorities have decided to com.
par th poison found in the hh-.
itomaoh with tha cvanhta nr nni...i
kept In stock by William H. Hahn. the
druggist of Newton Canter. h,
to hav sold to Rlcbsson a supply suf-
uuuiui vt am ten persons.
A renrssentailva of th. .
Dunbar Ranchamaan, counsel for th
accused minister had an x tended oon-
iernc wun Rlcheson today.
SOUTH DAKOTA FARMER
KILLED BY LIGHTNING
MITCHELL. S. D.. Oct. . 9i.
Dth by lightning cam to Edward Hro-
msn, wno uveg near Scotland. Starting
from a neighbor's hous to tha plac.
wher he waa stavln Mr. nennt.h
th trip on horseback. H crossed a
crn field and when In the middle of it a
noit or lightning struck him. klllina- him
self and hla horse. Ills clothes were fnrn
to shreds, soma of them being cast fifty
feet distant, and what remained on hla
body wer nerly burned up. Falling t
return to Ms mother' homa th n,i
morning a search was mad for hlra aiu
-racxs or in borso wr followo
Into th corn field, wher th
wr found. Mr. Hronlsh has been living
on a claim out near Piedmont and haa
returned o Bon Homm county to thresh
. r. ft hn.lr hte , . .
w.. ...ct vu,u. ji. leave a WlaOW
and a son.
T"? vTT 7f Ayers Hair Vigor is for men,
JO OT IVlBTl It Is a splendid hair-dressing.
the scalp dean and healthy.
or ine naif, not in tnc least.
Buy Your Meals With tho Same Discrimination You Show in Buying Clothe,
Hats or Anything Eiso You Buy and Uso
it you walkad Into a atora tor tbe purpose of buying B suit of clothes, aad tbe merchant handed
you a Hat whlcb read: "We have tans, blacks, Oxfords, blgb boot, patent, gun metal, and enamel calf
etc, wbJca will yea have?" tbe chance are you would aend In a harry up call for tbe ambulance. Well,
atop and think a nlnete; Isn't thatezactly tbe way you are aaked to buy food tbe moat Important
thing that la sold to you?
Tbe QulckaerY operates en a different and more aenalble basis. Here you see what you ere going
to eat before you are asked to place your order. Tou can discriminate. Try it just once. You'll be for ue
Basement City TTatlonaJ Rank
Nine Men Killed
by Mine Explosion
at Harrisburg, 111.
HARRISBURG. Ill . Oct. 23.-N!n men
were killed, ten gravely wounded were
carried up by rescuers and fifteen more
wer Imprisoned In cave-In, as a result
of th explosion of a keg of powder,
which Ignited black damp today In O'Gara
mine No. 9, mil south of here.
Eight of th nine men reported killed
were Joseph Austin, Samuel Austin, hhi
son; Frank Stecktor, Samuel Baarnaby.
Daniel Bowens. William Ptrlnger, "Chick '
Parks and George Edwards.
That more lives were not lost was due
to the fact that the shift was changing
when the explosion occurred.
The explosion, although It occurred i
feet down In the earth and was muffled
by the strata shove It. was heard here
Several men. protecting tl emsslve wltf
clothes overth noses anu mouths, had
themselves lowered down Into the pit and
began sending up the dead and Injured.
Two men. It was found, had been in
stantly killed and were so terribly burned
and torn that they cjyild not b Identi
fied. Seven others sent to the surface
wer so badly Injured that they soon
Most of the miners employed by the
O'Gara company are Americans, although
there ar also a number of Poles.
The mine Is one of several owned In the
field near here by the O'Gara Coal and
Mining company of Chicago.
After the rescuera had brought up the
dead and wounded they attempted tr
reach the men caught behind the cave-In.
Thev were driven back hy gases
CHICAGO. Oct. 23.-AI1 of the men rot
fatally Injured made their escape through
safety door into mine No. i, according
to W. A. Brewerton. secretary of the
mining company here. There are fifteen
mines owned by the company In IMrrls
burg. employing about 5,oo0 men. Three
hundred and sixty men reported for work
In mine No. 9 today and 2T0 In tha ad
joining mine, No. 3.
HEANEY REFUSED PATENT
ON TUNGSTEN LIGHT
WASHINGTON. Oct. :i.-"Re.ected on
the ground of fraud." the John Allen
Heany applications for patent on the
tungsten light. Involving SR.OOO.OOO and the
basis of past criminal and civil proceed
ings, have been disposed of by the patent
office. Assistant Patent Commiesloner
Billings will officially announce the ad
verse action on the Heany claims tomor
The Rnhonlc plagrne
destroys fewer lives than stomach, liver
and kidney diseases, for which Electric
Bitters Is the guaranteed remedy. M)e.
For sal by Beaton Drug Co.
HAPPY OLD AGE
May be promoted bv those who
gently cleanse the system, now and
men, wnen in neea oi a laxative
remedy, by taking a deseitspopnful
of the ever refreshing, wholesome
and truly beneficial Syrup of Figs
and Elixir of Senna, which is the
only family laxative centrally un
proved by the most eminent phy
sicians, because it acts in a natural,
strengthening way and warms and
tones up the internal organs without
weakening them. It is equally bene
ficial for the verv vouns and the mid
dle ased. as it is alwavs efficient and
free from all harmful ingredients. To
get its benehcial effects it is always
necessary to buv the centime, rvnr.
ing the name of the Company
California Fig Syrup Co. plainly
piiaica oa me ironioi every package.
Get tha Original end Einulnt
MALTED Ml Lit
The Food-drink for All Ages.
For Infants, Invalids, and Growin g ciullren.
PurcNutrition.up building the whole body.
Invigorates the nursing mother and die aged.
ftH milk, tnaheaj grain, jp powder foray
A quck lunch prepared b a minute.
Take oo substitute. Ask for HORUCK'S.
Hot ia Any t.llllt Trust
-VWaVW f M a) ISVVtf
It never changes the color
Ask your doctor.
J. 0. ArarOe..
I'.U 1 1 tulUA
And occasional light dress
ings of Cuticura Ointment
wUl prevent it when all else
fails. Let ua send you a
liberal sample of Cuticura
Soap and Ointment, free, if
you have doubts about it.
addreai "Cntleara.' Dept. D. Bnstoa. Oattear
Baas' aad Oiatateat ar sold taroaaboat tb werld.
Used by people of refine
ment in every part of the
world where the use of the
tooth-brush is known, for
Almost Half a Century.
Our offer for
in Bottled in
Whiskey, is Ce
dar Brook, Full
Full quarts, 90c.
G, Schlank &
1307 Douglas St,
A Safe Suggestion
To people who board or mak thalr
home in hotels or apartments wber
duplicate keys ar th RULB and
not th exception.
Rent a prtvat saf In our bur
lsr and fire proor vaults, at a coat
ef iJ.oa and up, yearly keep your
valuables and private papers wher
only you ean hav aecess to them.
Large storag-e vaults for silver
ware, trunks, etc., are also at your
OMiHA SAFE DEPOSIT and TRUST CO.
Street level eatraace to vaotta.
South End 16th St.
"Homo of tho
Sixteenth aad Harney Street.
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