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Till: OMAHA SUNDAY HKK: NOVEMBER 5. 1911.
Executive Line. Up Mr. Shallen
httgtt for Speeches in State.
'SCORES HIM FOR APPOINTEES
F'l-eeent Governor Tell What Drmi-
rat Frteade of Bryan Am
" la OfMre at Ilia
HOLDREOR. Neb.. Nov. 4-Sreclal
Telegram.) In the eouree of We speech
at Hold ret: e Friday Governor Aldrlch paid
attention to some remarks that ex-f5ov-ornor
A. C. Bhalleriberger Is mnklng In
til sddree throughout western Ne
braska. Aa reported. Governor Fhallenberger I
rharglng that Oovemor Aldrlch la un
grateful to Mr. Rran, that he Is going
about tha state playing rhap politic
and using; hla office and Influence wrong
fully. Tho speaker took up the charges
and answered them In detail, among
ther things saving that dovernor Shal
lenberger, If ha were conversant with the
facta or had any desire to tell tha truth
o his various audiences concerning Gov
ernor Aldrlch' Ingratitude to Mr. Bryan,
would not have made, one single assertion
that appears In the state press.
As to these charges Governor Aldrlrh
aid the record of appointment of his
office would Show that many of Mr.
llryan's democratic friends hold promi
nent and Important appointments under
lila. administration and these appoint
ments were made In recognition of the
Services that Bryan democrats In the
campaign had rendered to the cause of
rood government, aa well as the further
fact that they are eminently qualified to
fill tha positions.
, Denerrst ia Aaylara.
For Instance, the governor said that
Bad fihallenbergcr been fair he would
have aald that at the present time Dr.
'illlama, a Itryan democrat. Is the super
intendent of the big Lincoln asylum, and
aa first physician to this Institution he
would find another Bryan democrat by
the name of Dr. Anderson.
Had he wanted to have pursued the
truth a little further he would have
found that at the head of the pure fond
department he would find a Bryan demo
crat by the heme of Jackson. And It
might be worthy of comment In thla con
taction that Commissioner Jackson was
the nominee and candidate upon the last
democratic ticket for superintendent tf
publle instruction. And had the gentle
an an been sealous a little further in pur
suit of truth he would have found that
iie secretary to the fire warden, Miss
Mamie Muldoon, one Of Governor Snellen
berger appointees, was still holding the
una position and drawing the highest
alary of any woman In the state house
Way, ItSOO a year.
Is Tbla Incratltodef
The speaker then ld: "May dear gov
ernor, if thla u lngrstltuds make the
Boost ef It."
, Continuing Governor Aldrlch declared
feed his recent excellency still have had
the strength and the courage and the
fortitude to have been hunting for truth
little further, he would have also found
. that the secretary to the commissioner
: ef labor wag placed in that position be
- cause It waa brought to hla attenlon that
the appointment of thla young woman
Would be especially pleasing to Mr,
liryan 'ahd' the j governor said he
waa Informed that Mr. Bryan desired
this by no less a person than Richard L.
Metcalfe of the Commoner. "Again Mr,
Bhallenberger, it thla be Ingratitude,
make the most of it."
"And when the gentleman talks about
Ingratitude and partisan politics," the
ATTRACTION tS OMAHA.
Americas! "The Wolf."
Boyt "The Oarapua."
Matins will be played St eacn of
More than a prees agrnt'a yarn, It
seem, prompted a recently circulated
story that llf-nry Miller would give up
arting to become a sort of glorified Stan
director and "producer" for Charles
Krohman. That manager and the firm
of Klaw & Frlnnner Joined In an offer
to Miller whereby he should oicanlse and
direct compnny of players to try out
In public new plays of the managers'
providing. In the arrangement, It la
added, he would be called upon to pro
duce no play of which he, personally, did
not approve. If a play, upon public
hearing, proved successful. It was to be
transferred to the mercies of another
cast, while the original players buxled
themselves with another manuscript. The
plan was hit upon at a solution of the
Stagnation brought about thla season by
Mr. Frohnian's Illness and consequent
curtailment of his activity. Mr. Miller
as been acting In Henry Bophus (Shel
don's "The Havoc." He produced In
San Francisco "The Knd of the Bridge,"
a play that took the Harvard prise of
fered by Prof. George Tierce Baker of
that university. The play was written
by a young woman of HadcHffe, a col
lege for girls, and waa acted for twelve
weeks In Boston by a resident stock com
pany. The Ban Francisco newspapers ex
pressed di.approval of the play, which
would appear to be a variant of "The
rrofessor'a Love Story."
The gem of the present theatrical sea
son promises to be "The Red Rose,"
hlch will be seen at the Brandel the
ater tomorrow night and extending over
until after Wednesday night, with a
popular matinee en Wednesday.
The production I under the manage.
ment of John C. Fisher, the noted
producer of the famous "Floradora" and
The Silver Slipper," which Is, In Itself,
a guarantee that tha east Will be of un
usual excellence, the production massive
and beautiful, the costumea of the richest
material obtainable, and the performance
as a whole will be of the highest order.
A popular priced matinee will be given
Ruby Raymond, who 1 appearing at
the Orpheum thla week In the "Ambitious
Street Urchins," spent the summer trav
eling In Europe where she visited Eng
land, Scotland, Ireland, France, Ger
many, Bwltsorland and Italy. Mis Ray
mond, who la S member of a wealthy
eastern family, waa delightfully enter
talnsd at many of the most exclusive
homes In England and France,
'But in spite of all my good times, I
waa glad to get back to America again,"
aald the young linger, "for there is such
a different feeling over here. When
waa abroad I collected souvenir from all
place of interest. At home 1 have what
I call my 'Souvenir room.' My friend
just love to Visit It.' for It contain bo
many curios. And then each object ug
(est 4 toplo for conversation. My, how
I can talk when I am In my Souvenir
Mlaa Sarah Truax, who ties been In
comparative retirement c'.P.i her mar
riage, and Frank Canipeau, whose
Trampas In "The Virginian" Is still re
called for Its vigor and vividness, are to
tske part In the premiers of Charles
Klein's new play, "The Outsiders," on
November 6, In Boston.
Miss Agnes f. Crlminlns, the author of
Mlhs May Irwin's new medium, "Mrs.
Tompkins," Is an alumna of Radcllffe
college, where the propaganda of Georxe
Pearce linker ha penetrated with results
hardly less Interesting than In Harvard
Itself. A play by another Radcllffe girl.
"Tie Knd of the Bridge," ran fr twelve
weeka In Boston last season, where It was
acted by ono of the resident stock com
The operetta knowrv In English as "The
Tyrolean," and recalled aa one of Mis
Marie Tempest's media of twenty year
ago, is being revived In New Fork City
by a German company a "Der Vogel
haendler," Its original title, with a man
in the Trmpoet rule of Adam. The piece
survives In this country merely through
the song about the nightingale.
"Realism may be carried too far," say
Augustus Thomas. He Is condemning er
tain ov. -realistic plays In Paris. '
"They are so realistic," state Mr.
Thomas, "that they Inflict pain and dls-
gur on the audience. The audience under
this excessive realism Suffer like Mr.
'Mrs. Doodledum was horror-struck to
see her little daugh.ter eome home from
the beach one morning with her new Milk
frock cut Into about a hundred hole of
" 'What on earth,' the mother cried,
have you cut all these holoa In your
" 'We wn playln store," the little girl
replied, 'and I was the Swli cheese.' "
Cyril Maude, manager of the London
theater called the Playhouse, I to make
an American tour next season In reper
tory. He acted In thle country In the
early '80s. at which time he waa obscure,
but haa not been here since he aohlevsd
fame by mean ot Ms production in th
famou Ibndon Haymarket, of Which he
became lessee when Brbohm Tree ur
rendered It, In lws, to take up hi tenancy
of HI Majesty'.
Jame O'Neill, wh ha not managed
In other play to Survive hi year ot
money' making In "Monte Crito," I to go
Into the variety theater in twenty min
ute' long, excerpt from that classic ex
ample of the melodrama of adventure.
our father were wont to ten us that
O'Neill Would have been th best actor of
tragedy on the English speaking stage
had h elected to play Shakespeare In th
heydey of his popularity, He Is under
stood, to bs rich. . .
Lone Bandit Robs
Bank of All Money
in Sight and Runs
OIlKAT FALLS, Mont . Nov. 4 A lone
robber late today robbed the bank of
Hedges, Mont., 100 miles south of here,
of nearly $100 and escaped.
Josepn Dfthl, asststsnt cashier, was the
only person In the bank when the bandit
entered, and, covering the banker with a
revolver, demanded all th money In
sight. tahl was a little slow In comply
ing and the robber fired a shot over hi
head. Then I'ohl hastily punned th ctsh
through the wicket.
W'lth thle the robber rushed from the
building, mounted his horse and rode
away. Cltlxen organised Into posses and
started In pursuit, but they found no
trace rtf the robber, who Is thought to
have headed for the Big Snowy mountains.
Produce Show is
Held in Florence
The Enterprise club of Florence opened
Its produce show Friday morning with
over JOO entries. Three long tables were
filled with apple and two with corn.
while on another were potatoes and on
another cabbage, pumpkins, turnips and
oats. A table that attracted a great deal
of attention waa the one on which bread
There Is a total prize list of IIGO and
prises will be awarded Saturday. Tha
exhibit are all grown in Florence and
Union precincts and are eye-opener of
what can be raised here In dry time.
William Lonergan, Frank Brown and
Auguxt l'rochnon are th Judges. Th
show end tonight.
Lives in Log Cabin;
PETERSBURG, Ind., Nor. 4.-Mr.
Elisabeth Stout, who With her husband
live In a log cabin and tends a ten-acre
plot, today received notice that she is
one of fifteen heirs to an estate worth
7t.0no,00o, a fourth of which la In available
cash. The notice follow the expiration
of 100-year lease on property in Bloom'
ington, Del., and Copenhagen, Denmark.
Do you rcalizo that the extra rent you pay for furnished rooms
would furnish a home of your own?
Are you putting all your money into a landlord's pocket if so, 4
what will you have when you arc 50?
If a furnished apartment costs you $50 each month, and an un-
furnished house $20 you would save $30 each month by owning
your own furniture, would you not?
Why not begin saving that $30 right now? We will extend you
credit whereby you may have the use of the furniture while paying
for It; paying a little each month. Remember "Your Credit is Good."
to City Limits
The Western Vnlon Telegraph company
will today abolish It mile limit on free
delivery for messages and hereafter mes
sages will be delivered free ot charge to
any part Of th city, some point being
four or five miles from the office,
Th same arrangement goes Into effect
today in oltlea all over the United State.
Baby', Body Covered with Large
v Sores. Seemed to Itch and Burn.
Finger Nails Fell Off Little or
No Sleep. Used Cuticura Soap
and Ointment. In 6 Weeks Cured.
"When, my baby boy was fit month eld,
fcU body was completely covered with latg
aorss that seemed to Itch and burn, and cause
terrible suCfortng. 1 he erup
tion began in pimples which
would open and run, making
Urge sores. Ilia hair cam
out and Oncer nails fell off,
and the sores were ever the
entire body, causing little or
no sleep (or baby or myself,
(ireat scabs would come eS
when I removed his shirt.
"We tried a great many
retneules, but nothing would
help him, till a friend In
duced me to try the Cuticura
Boap ana Olt.eot. 1 used
the Cuticura Soep aad Oint
ment but a short time before
1 could see thai he was lm
orovioi. and In sli week'
time be wee entirely cured. He asd sufTsred
about ell weeks before we tried th Cuticura
Eoap and Otutment altbouch we bad tried
several other thlsr. and doctors too. 1
think the Cuticura hemedies UI do all that
Is claimed lor there, and a great deal more."
(Signed) Mrs. Noble Tubman, Dodson, Meet.,
JaO. M, lflll.
For more than a generation Cuticura Soap
and Ointment have a?udd the most eco
nomical treatment for affection of the skin
and scalp at lefanu, children aad adults, a.
ingte cake of Cuticura Map (!6c.) aad bog
of Cullcur Oifitipeat tioc ) tut often suffi
cient. Altbouch sold by drutru aad dealer
throughout tii world, a lilrl sample at
each, with li-P book M the akia, will be
aoot free, on application to rSttci Drug
Caaav Corp., Dept. ISA, Bostuo.
Breaks up Grip and
governor said, "let rue call Ma attention
to the fact that when he wa elected
governor ha displaced one ot th moat
eminent specialists of th entire west
who wa at th head of the Hastings
asylum for mere political reasons, and ap
pointed a man In hi stead who wasn't
even a good horse doctor. Thla same
Shallenberger appointee presented a bill
to th elate board for 22t In payment ot
a whisky bill, a lot of fin whiskies and
wines, which from the very nature of
thing could not have been properly used
for medicine without question. They were
used tor hot toddle and other valubrlou
purpose that a aober superintendent
would have no occasion to us. Ihe mis
management ot tha". Institution by th
Shallenberger politician 1 notorious."
"Again," aald th governor, "permit me
to call the gentleman' attention to th
fact that for partisan politic alone he
displaced Dr. Hay. the acknowledged
leader and apeclalist of nervou disease,
an eminent authority and a man tor more
than twenty-five year past connected
with th Lincoln asylum, and he put, In
hi atead a gentleman who wa not a
peolallat, and the institution guttered
by reason of thla change. Internal dis
sension and other mismanagement mde
th administration of that asylum prac
tically a failure.
Let me call," ld th governor, "the
eminent gentleman' f ttentlon to th situ
ation at th Norfolk asylum, where for
partisan politic h displaced another
eminent cpeclallst and In hi atead put In
an crdtnary practitioner unfitted for the
place. Internal dissension broke out in
that Institution also."
Money Saved to reople.
The speaker then went on to say that
had be the time to devote to thla aubject
ho could show where th administration
wa saving to the people ot this (tat
hundreds ot dollar a month by reason ot
th business management of these several
Institution. He said, incidentally, that
he might call Uovernor Shallenberger'
attention to the fact be had under arrest
at tha present time one of ble appointee
for embesslement done at the Beatrice
Institution for th feebl minded.
'My controversy with Mr. Uryad ha
beeo open before the people ot the state
of Nebraska and ha bten political and
not personal," declared Governor Aldrlch.
Can the ex-governor say that hla as
sault upon Mr, Pry an during th last ten
year have been equally open?
'It 1 not a question ot Ingratitude, it
Is a question of right. It Is my right to
differ from Mr. itryen in the attitude
that should be assumed and taken In
these Important matter . aod th ex
governor will do well to refresh bis mem
ory on seme recent history."
Duration of Cold.
Ttao length of time it take to
ireak up a cold with "Seventy-eeT
en" depend upon bow goon the
Taken early cuts tha Cold abort
Taken during tha prevalence ot
Colds, It preoccupies the system and
prevents Its invasion-
Taken after the Cold haa gotten
seated. It is quite as effective but
It paya to keep "Seventy-seven"
laudy. All dealers sell. 25e or mailed.
Humphrey's Homeo. Medicine Co.. Cor.
Willuuii and Atiu biroeu, New Vork.
Dr. Vicente Santoni, Graduate
Of the Medical Faculty of
1 The undersigned, Dr. Vicente
Santoni, of the medical faculty
of Paris, practicing in Ponce,
Porto Rico, certifies:
That he has been using the
preparation known as Peruna
for some time, for catarrhal
diseases, always obtaining ex
cellent results. That it ia a
good preparation and he will
always use it in cases for which
it is adapted.
Dr. Vicente Santoni,
Ponce, Porto Rico.
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Bell Company Files
Suit in Wisconsin
MADISON, Wis.. Nov. 4 -The Wlecon-
sin Telephone company (Bell) brought ac
Uon before the Ktate ttallroad commlsxlon
today to prevent that body from enforc
ing the mi law rtuirlng physical oon
nectlon between telephone companies. It
asks tor dismissal ot the petition ot
Frank Winter of LaCrosae for an order
directing physical connection between the
lines of the Wisconsin and LuCrossa tele'
Th ltull company maintains th law I
unconstitutional In that Its enforcement
would Interrupt and Interfere with Inter
state commerce. The hearing waa set
for November B. This Is regarded aa a
tet case by independent ot the country.
Cough and Lung Trouble.
Mr. Armando J. Fere, Oallano 75,
Ilabana, Cuba, writes: "I write to
tell you or the marvelous results that
I have obtained front your remedy,
"I have suffered four months from
an obstinate cough aqd a great deal
of tpctoratlon, due to congestion
or the rlg'it lung. I took a great
many different well known medi
cines; and when I had lost all hope
ot being cured, the eminent and Il
lustrious Dr. Kafael Luares Hruno
recommended Peruna, In dosea of an
tablespoonful before every meal. At
tha end of th first bottle th expec
toration had completely disappeared,
and I took four more bottle to cure
"A little while afterward I wa
seised with a very bad catarrh, and
began again to take the Peruna, with
th result that th catarrh disap
peared on th third day."
Good Results from Peruna.
Pedro Perea Fajardo, Burgeon and
Oculist. write from Mayaguea,
Porto Rico, as follows : "I recom
mend perjna to my patients because
It 1 good, because it cure and be
cause It haa always given th beat
of results In every disease for which
It Is recommended."
Pedro Perea Fajardo, M. T.
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Peruna His Prescription.
Testimonial of Pr. Esteban Vldal y
Rioa, office Ponce, Porto Rico, Doctor of
Medicine and Surgery of the University
of Madrid, Honorary Member of the
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K. Vldal y Illos,
Pone. Porto Rico.
The Sick Man's Friend.
Mr. Sylvester li Smith, Room ill.
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"Peruna U the best friend a sick man
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"My good, honest, old doctor advised
m to take Peruna, which I did and in
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Accept a grateful man's thanks for his
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