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1 18-1520 FAUNA! ST21BET
4atendcnt of public instruction, to Chris
topher Kumw, democrat. And member of
h Hoard of County Commissioners, U. 8.
Vandusky, democrat, re-elected.
: BT. I'At'U Neb., Nov. S.-(tipeclJ.)
S toward county, complete, gives: llimr,
t; Detlon, 73$; Itotc, 738; Dean, 1,(M9;
Stark. 1.016; llaller, 741'; Lyford, "W;
Knapp, 1.042; Miller, 1,005; Hall, 785; liar.'
. I.i CP CITY. Neb., Nor. l.-(8peclal
Jrelegiam.) Sherman county, complete,
L-ive Hamer, UtW; Detlon, ltrne, LftV;
wan. C7; Oldliam. Wl; Mtark, OiU; llaller,
U7; Lyford. IM; Knapp, Wl; Miller, M3;
Hall, bJ7. Harman, C27.
t CKNTIIAL CITY. Neb., Nov. .-(Fpw
lliil Telegram)-- Morrlck county complete
end official gives: llainur, sti3; lxHton,
; Hun, Vi; Peati. Oldham. 7Su;
kiark. 7'3: Jla:kr. M; Lyford. Mi; Kniipp.
OH; Miller, !M; Hall, 1.041; Herman, 77S;
3;iIlott. 987: Stephens, i
' tDM'MBfg, Neb.. Nov. 8.-(Speclal
Telegram.) I'latte county (tlvea th dem
ocrats a ii.ujortty of about 750. Stephens'
Inujorily U pretty cloee to 7'. The eiect
ilurct will not be known until after tlie
l.rrtt'.ti! raii tomorrow.
. llARTINC.S. Neb., Nov. 7.-9leclal Tel
Kiam.) Adams county republicans have
elected their entie ticket by innjorlttee
I aught from to 8u0 and It la the big
test republican victory in fifteen yean.
; FIIE.MONT. Neb.. Nov. 7-Spclal Tel
egram.) The Second and Third warda of
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tea Sixth Si. Marlon. Iowa.
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1 l-elng ftrt duly eworn to the truth there
' of. this the 12th day of July,
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You have seen sweaters
with a smart, distinctive ap
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A warm sweater will make
a serviceable gift for soma
friend at home we will help
you to select the right one.
Girls'. Mliiec-' $1.25 to $2.25
Women's ....$3.50 to $0.50
Boys' $1.00 to $3.00
Men s $2.50 to $0.00
I HUB I
Fremont give Hamor, 24i: I.ettcn. fc7:
Koe. I7; Dean, 1M; Oldham, jot; Btatk.
17J; Hsller, 300; Iford, t81; Knapp, tli,
and Miller, IKi
Second ward, Fremont, Dodge county.
gives Elliott, 102. snd Stephen, 109.
ICaet finite. Hooper, Wlnslow and
Pleaant Valley precincts give Herman.
:U; Letton, Z3S; Rose, Rl; Dean, 13S; Old
ham, 24; dark. 227.
Maple, Hooper, Wlnslow. North Bend,
Union and I'luwant Valley precincts give
RUtott, 414; 8tiphens, 631.
IIOl.DHEOli, Neb., ov. ". (5poclal
Telegram.) -Ths complete unofficial re
turns in Fhelps county give the follow
ing vote: For supreme juCce: 1 lamer,
173; Letton, Rose, 7; rean, 900; Old
itam, 84; 8nrk, 117. For regeius of the
dtats university; Holler, SX!; Lyford, s4;
1IUA1K. Neb., Nov. f.-(8peclal Tel.
-ram.)-hrids-., Ue Sito and Richland
Number 1 precincts snd Pecond, Tlilrd
and Fourth vtards, rtlulr city, Washing
ton county, give ltsmer, 3J0; Ixiton. !.';
Rone, 0; Dean, IliJ; Oidha-n. !SJj Btsrk,
22B; llaller. 347: I.vford. SM: Knaou. Zlu:
Miller. !.W; Hall, 2J3; llarman, SU
Alfred C'ompton, republican candidate
for sherirr, In thirteen precincts out of
fifteen l 275 sh.-ud of Sheriff Mencke,
democrat, wlm ha a held the office for
over twenty yearn. I. C. Eller. remib.
lean candidate for county Judge, is
nearly two to ono ard George liruwe, re
publican candidate for couuty treasurer,
is about ths sums.
Knapp. 841 ; Miller, 8.3. For stnte railway
comnr.B!onor: Hari. TTi; Harinan. l.W.
For Judge, Tenth Judicial district. Over
man, ;iw; Dungan, i.sa.
ACUUKN, Neb.. Nov. 7. (Special Tele-grsm.)-l)ouglas.
Flrt; Olen Rock. First
snd Second; Est Washington. Went
LaFayette, Esit UeiUon, West Wa.liing.
ton, and ct. Deroln precincts of Nemaha
county give Hsmer 3CJ; Let ton. 333; lloue,
J20;.Dian, 8t2; Oldhsm, S24; Stark, S20;
Hall. 337; Hsrmsn. Sit
ltRlUQEFORT. Neb.. Nov. T,-(Kpeclal
Telegram. )-Klght out of fifteen precincts
In Morrill county give flarncr, SOS; Letton,
1; rinse," SlO; nean. Sat; Oldhom. 175;
Stark, 14; llaller. SU; Lyford. 3l; Knapp,
J00; Miller. VH; Hall, ttt; Herman, wa.
r. PILLION. Neb . Nov. 7.-(Speclal
Telegram.)-Ftret precinct San'X county
gives Hamer, 63; Letton, t; Hose, 43;
Dean. 7t; Oldham, 71; Stark, M; Haller. 71;
Lyford. C8; Knapp. S; Miller. CJ; Hall.
74; Harman, t3. Second precinct Sarpy
county gives: Hamer, 75; Letton, 73; Rose.
73; Dean. 41; Oldham, 42; Ktark, C;
TFKAUAH. Neb.. Nov. 7.-Ppeclgl Tel
egrsm ) Nine of seventeen precincts In
Burt county give; Hamer, but; Letton.
5.0; Hoe, 6H; Dean. 421; Oldham. Sid;
Stark, 3; Hallcr. K9; L fold, &S3; Knapp.
370; Miller. 317; Hall. MC; Harman, 844
Eleven precincts give lilllott, (30; Steph
CHICAGO. Nov. It-Fernando Jones,
Chicago S oldrat Inhnbiiant, cited here to
cay, agd fl yeare. Jones was born tn
New York slate and came to Chicago
tn UCG. For the laat dosen years he hsi
been known here as being the oldest set
Cr!!nal end Genulm
Tfai Fo3ddrlr.k for All Ages.
More heaLi Jul thao Tea or Coffee.
AgtexJt with th weakest digestion.
DeiiQus, invigorating and nutritious.
iH milk, rr.lte4 frain. powdet form.
k quick lunch prepared In ft minut.
Yoke no sUxiitutt, Ask for H0RUCK3,
TT Others s re vnitctions
TUITION LAW IS RIDICULED!'!- ,T.her cLZ7;
Iowa Superintendents Say the New
SUtate is a Failure.
WILL ASK FOR AMENDMENTS
rrealdeat Serrley of State formal
"rkeol Addreeae RdaeaHoaal
C'osacll on Xenlt of
(From a Staff Correxpondent )
DES MONKP, Nov. S (Special Tele
rram. At tho sessions of the county su
perintendents' section of the State Teach
ers' aieoclatlon held today the new tui
tion law of Iowa was ridiculed and de
rided ae a failure. According1 to the Intent
of the law( the rural school pupils who
have gons ss far as posnlble In their
home schools may enter the nearent high
school and have their tuition paid by the
school district. The county superln
tendente report that In many Instances
the requirements for entrance to high
schools are such thst the rursl school
pupils cannot enter and therefore the
law la not working well. A committee
will be appointed to try to secure amend
ments to the law to mnke It more work
able. The state atVoclatlon proper will open
tomorrow. Frculdent Heerley of the
Plata Normal school presented tonight to
the educational council a program for
Improving the echools of the state In
cluding more school taxation and a
demonstration school In svery county.
Drake fttadeata Rebel.
ftudnnte of Drake university are up In
srms over the latent order of the dean of
the women students to the effect that
the glils at the foot ball gsms must be
more decurons and not Indulge In yelling
and demonstration. At a meeting of ths
girl students the new orders were given
out. The women hsd prepsred to do
sn Immense amount of rooting at ths
game Saturday and may refuse to obey
Girl is Married
at Bedside of Her
MASON CITY, la., Nov. .-Whlle her
father, near death, listened to the cere
mony under the Influence of stimulants
admlnltered to revive him from uncon
sciousness, Mies Beatrice Clark was mar
ried at her home here today to Walter
McCarthy of Bapulpa, Okl. The ceremony
had been postponed several times during
the morning hours, while physicians
worked with the patient, whoas death Is
expected any moment. ,
A. B. Clsrk, the father, Is the county
auditor. He hss been III for msny
months of a fatal disease, but he ex.
t Teased ths desire thst his daughter might
wed before hie end came. A minister
was called today and after several at
tempts the ceremony was performed.
The bridegroom Is ths son of Superin
tendent McCarthy of the 'Frisco rsllroad,
whose headquarters are at Sapalpa.
(Continued from First Page.)
was engajtd by Mr. Oobrlght, the general
manager of the Asuo-ilated Frees in the
fiational capital," suld he. "to aanlat him
and Major Ben Perley Toore, a well
known newspaper correspondent of thoan
days, with their report of the Inaugural
ccremonlea of tho th of March, Ufll. The
newly elected preeldent had arrived In
Washington ten days before to ha
ect, the morning of the 2M of February.
.i waa a raiuruay. That rsme afternoon
ho camo to the capltol escorted bv Mr
Seward, snd being on tho floor of tho
house I law him for the first time and
wsti, UKicetl. presented to him."
lie continued as follow: "Karly In thr
morning of the 4th of March I dlseov-
ered. thrtiat Into the keyholn of my bed
room, a eltn of paper which rend; 'Fot
Inaugural address ree Colonel Ward II
Lnmon.' Who waa 'Colonel Ward H.
I.amonr I had never heard of him. Th
city was crowded with stranger. Tr
find one of them was to look for a
needle In a haystack. I went directly tc
Wizard's hotel. Am I pursed throualt th
long corridor of tuo second floor. sdIIccc-
with llttt dark entroeways, to the apart
menta facing on Pennsylvania avenue. !
saw through a half opened door Mr. Lin
coln himself pacing to and fro, appar
ently reading a manuscript. I went
atralght In. He was alone, and. as hi
turned and met me. he extended hi
hand, called my name and said: 'Whs'
can I da for you?' I told him mv t-r
rand and dilemma, showing him the brie
memorandum. "Why. raid he, Vou have
oomo to the right shun: Uimin I h
the next room. I will take you to him
and he a III fix you all right.' No su iter
tsld thau dons, and. surnlled with th.
press copy of ths inaugural address, 1
gratefully and gloefttlly tt ok my leave.
To me the address meant war. As tlie
crowd upon ths portico dliDcrsed back
Into the capltol I found myself wedged Ir
between John Dell of Tennessee and
Ileverdy Johnton of Maryland. Each
touk ma by an arm and we snt down
upon a bench Just outside the rotunda
I hey were very optimistic. No. there
would be no war, no fight; all the trou
bles would be tided over; the union stll'
waa safa I was but a boy. Just one
and twenty. They were the two mos:
Intellectual and renowned of ths sur
viving whig leader of the school of
Clay and Webster, one of them Just de
feated for prealdent In the preceding
election. Their talk pusxled me great I v
for to my mind there seemed no eaca
from tin armed eclllrlon of the sectlona-
seceeslon already accomplished and
confederate government actually entab-
llshed. There Is In youth a prophetic In
stlnct which grows duller with advancln-
year. As 1 look behind me I not only
bear this In mind. Illustrated by the con
verse of thoye two veteran i4re-v"
that day In the rotundo of ths capltol
rt Washington, but J feel It and rca U.
it, so that I am much less confident, wltr
a Itfettms of experience to guide me.
then I was when buoyed by the Ignorance
and bravery, but alo tho Inapiratlon. of
youth, the problems ahead read plalr
and clear ss out of on cpen book."
He spoke of IJncoln'e teaching and ex
ample and paid a glowing tr.bute to Pres
ident Taft. as follows:
'Tragedy walk hand-tn-hand with his
tory and ths eyes of glory are wet with
teats With malice toward none, with
charity for all' since Christ said, 'lllessed
ura the peacemaker tor thvy shall be
railed the children of God.' haa heart of
man. stirred to lie depths by human
exigency, delivered a nieeaage so sub
lime? Irresistlbjy the mind recurs to that
blrt! and tragic death, but In thoe of
rlmple living and childlike faith, Lin
coln so rlonely resembled. Yon lowly
cabin which Is to be officially dedicated
on the morrow may well be likened to
the manger of ncthleliem, the boy that
went thence to a Ood-llke destiny, to the
Bon of Ood, the Father Almighty, of
him and of us all. For, whence his
prompting except from Ood?
eed of Another Lincoln.
"There are utterances of hln which
read like rescripts from the sermon on
ths mount. Reviled -even as the Man of
Galilee, slain, even as the Man of (Ulllee,
yet ax gentle and as unoffending, a man
who died for men! Hall the stone from
the grave and whst shall we see? Just
sn American. The declaration of Inde
pendence his confession of faith. . The
constitution of the t'nlted Ptates his
srk and covenant of liberty. The union
his redoubt, the flag his shibboleth.
Called like ono of old. Within a handful
of years lie rose at a supreme moment
to supreme command, fulfilled the law
of his being, and psssed from tho scene
an exhalation of the dawn of freedom.
We may still hear his clieory voice,' bid
ding us be of good hesrt, sure that 'right
makes might,' entreating us to pursue
'with flrmne in the right ss Ood gives
us to see the right.'
"The problems he mot and solved aro
problems no longer. Other, It may be
greater problems, rle before us. fchall
there arise another Lincoln?
"May Ood gird round and guard his
surcesRor In the great office of chief
magistrate whom we havs here with us
thla day; give him the soul of Lincoln
to feel, IJncoln'e windom to see and
know; to the end that whichever of the
psrtlcs prevail and to whatever group
of men ere committed tho powers of
admlnlatrstinn, whole-hearted devotion to
tho public service and large-minded fidel
ity to American Institutions may Con
tinue to glorify the teaching and example
of Abraham Lincoln."
Call for lllab Heaolvrs.
His peroration was as follows:
" 'Let us here highly resolve,' the wi-d
still -ring like a trumpet-call from that
green-grown hillside of Gettysburg dotted
with graves of heroes, 'that these men
shall not have died In vain; that this
nation, under God, ahall have a new
birth of freedom; and that government
of the people, by the people and for the
people rhall not perish from 1J eu?n.'
He peat we the declaration. As we gather
about this effigy In bronze and marble
In hls, the capltol of Kentucky of Ken
tucky, the most wor,!d-famous among the
states of America, whoy blrth-rlght car
ries with It a universal and unchallenged
badge of honor; of Kentucky, which
save to the longest an t bloodiest of mod
ern wars both Its chieftains. Abreham
Lincoln and Jefferson Davis, and to each
of the contending armies a quota of
fighting men larger than was contributed
by any other single stats singly In cither
rmy; of that Kentucky whose Clay, an
tedating Lincoln In the arts of concilia
tion and eloquence, tried to effect and
did for a time effect by compromise what
Lincoln could only compass by the
sword, and whose Crittenden was last
seriously to Invoke the spirit of fraternity
and peace; of our own Kentucky, dark
and bloody ground of the savage, beloved
home of all that we hold generous and
valiant In man, graceful and lovely in
woman, wherein when the battle was
ended the war was over, and, onco a
Kentucklan always a . Kentuckian, the
federal and the confederate were broth
ers i again let us here, whether we call
ourselves democrats or republicans, re
new our, allegiance to the constitution
of the republic and the perpetuity of the
. , FEOMPOLITICS
(Continued from First Page.)
gainful occupations should be repealed
because It prevents many a child from
getting the amount of exercise which he
would otherwise get.
He advocated medical Inspection In the
schools, declared that remedial defect
were responsible for a great deal of tho
retardation among school children and
maintained that the teacher and physi
cian should work together In the Interests
of the child.
Dr. 11. K. Wolfe of tho University of
Nebraska amased his hearers 'by declar
ing: "The normal child Is neglected by
eachera because they are so busy sky
larking with the few who have been
slighted by nature. The 20 per cent odd
ducks are so much more interesting than
the SO per cent normal children that tho
latter are slighted."
He made a plua for a more flexible sys
tem In education In -order that children
of all degreea of efficiency may recclv,:
adequate attention In his paper on "The
Relation rietwetn Physlcul Welfare and
Mental Attalmrient," and concluded that
on the whole the mind la dependable for
Its results on the bodily health.
A. E. Fisher, superintendent of Aurora
schools, was elected president of the as
sociation for the coming year. Miss
Hulda Peterson of Holdrege, superin
tendent of school in Phelps county, was
chosen vice president. Miss dure
Msckln, principal of Nebraska City
schools, was elected secretary.
The Omaha H.gii school Glee club,
under the direction of Walter II. Graham,
Union Pacific Road
CJEniNa. Neb.. Nov. 8 (Spclal.)-The
t'nton Pacific, track was completed to ths
Hty limits Monday afternoon and Tues
day noon irurhed the station grounds. A
mall jubilee waa held this afternoon
vvhen the steel lataed the sution site,
but ths celebration roper is filed for
December 1, when arrangenu nts ct an
extensive character are bulnjf made to
.ommeniorute the event. A pasxeuger
train, the first over the new North
t'latie-Oel Ir.g extension, will run up spe
cial from North P'atte on tli:it date. Sev
eral oxen will be barbecued end In VSrl
jua ways the public will come In anl par
take of the hospitality of the ocrasltnv
The completion of tho I'nlon Pacific
Into thla place marks the end of a period
of strenuous watting which has covered
mor tr.sn twelve years from the time
when It was first muds known that ti.;
line would be built. It Is Intended as a
cutoff for the main line, between North
Platte and Medicine I low, caving more
than forty mlloe besides running on an
.ilmotit perfect water grade. Although
the comrany has never offiolally stated
that surh Is ths Intention, tt Is a well
known fact, nnd It la bel.cvvd here that
the cut. iff will be pushed tn completing
within the next year, lllght-of-way 1
already purchased, the twenty odd mile
lying- between thla point and the Wy-
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Deny Seconal Theft.
TlALRiatl. N- C. Nov. 7. Postofflce
official toilny denied that a package
lontalnine $-D.0C had been atolen laxt
week while It was en route from here
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warming closet, made throughout of
heavy gaune cold rolled steel plate,
riveted together like a steam boiler
guaranteed to heat, cook and bake to
your entire satisfaction ia a big fuel
consnming fluev. ventilate
grata for coal or
"-NTli wood, luiao
.nlipf.toi oven linlnir. bal
ance oven door making a ahelf;
l.rod flue bottom; clrcul
ilation I, I
oven, i 4
l-.aml- 1 4
of 'iot air around entire
I rv Avail ivnklnflr-
i. hi . i ' r, - ,
run nifkel trlniiiilnKn all ovei
a hu.li irriidn ateol l'unite. thur,'
Unnrhlv e.iaranteed. The blguest
fiva'.uu you evtr saw.
mv wtmm 'ifei
CMilvg fW-TiU (jBCCKfQs (JfWiifJ
OMAHA'S PUSB ,
Thursday a Specials j
Fancy Baskets (oil colors anl
eli'ja) each 50o to $3.00
Kxtra quality Clothes Rasketn,
oaoh . . . 600 to S1.8S
Drown IaJsy Absorbing Mop,
i-"lo r lirushes and Dusters,
each 3e to S2.00
rresn fruit aad Tegetable dept.
Cooking Kiga. per pound... lOo
J-'rejh Oates, per package
at 100 and ISO
Frejh Tokay Crapes, per bus-
ket Its aad Oo
it Stalks Celery loo
Fre.ih chestnut, per pound SOa
Pancy Bweet Potatoes, per bas
Grape Nuts, per package.. loo
Juc "Mule Team'1 Borax, per
4 lbs. 10c Jsp line 8 So
8 .ans "lied Cross" Milk ao
Citron, Oranse, Lemon Peel,
per pound iioo
I.bver Kalslnn (In cartons) 8 So
New AVashcd t'lgti. per bu-
set . ..ss
Sweet Cider. Per Jus
at 30o and 50 o
"K:id Mlir' J'otatoea ( L.y tin
acWi. ner liunel. . . ,Q.nr
JKSVI CWm (5uftTj(3 (50fK
South End 16th St.
"Homo of tho
A gult "with a fence built
Made of a fabric the pattern
of which Is absolutely unlike
any other suiting obtainable la
That's what we can offer
and assure you It's what most
tailor's can't do.
Every garment -guaranteed
perfect In fit ind 6tyl.
Imported suitings to order
35 and up. Good domestic
suits and ovorcoats to order
$20 and up.
, 304-800 South lOtti St.
Five Step South of Farnnm.
More Than a Fad
f.7 of ear-drops
" ft otiinnr nennl of
u . r
fashion Is not a
fad for the novel.
Ear-drops will be
all the time be
cause women are
the new creations
which do not
pierce their ears.
Some of the best
insist on having
on all occasions.
The beauty of
the latest designs
in these articles is beyond de
scription. The selection offered
here includes all the latest pat
terns, some of them replicas of
famous Paris models.
Don't Merely Buy Invest.
Sixteenth and Harney.
don't want a
broom. You want
(1 ft th mmm m tk ktudU)
broom has no rival
where it is once used.'
You bet there are rea-
sons. Ask your grocer
Harrah & Stewart Mfg. Co.
Drs Moines, Iowa.
AMt SI5-!K.M ..
Tonight Mnt. Tomorrow aud 3.t.
PHtCE3 P50 Q2H.TI
MISS IVt IiAWb and the
VOODW1IO STOCK COUVAHT
Is Eugeue Walter's Play if
Kf Ww'r "TIIH ferKHTRrt.'
"Vmaha's JTua Canter."
Iast Fuajoii s Record Holders.
KA.MuaHifi?ra Lovo Makers
EXTiAVAOAMHA AHD TAUDE VILir.
The AQuMtlo lyttory, "O'Uevio; ' i'rauii
Clcmoiu.' JJtoi Team, Poncy Monro St L.
J. Duvey, iiciUh Dallas, ICllliau M
Moore. lliR Ueauty horus.
Laaies- Dime Matlas Eexy Week Day.
GHKAT WKLSU TLXOIC ,
FIRST M. K. CUITICII.
Tkkois 91.50, $1.00 and 75 Ccats.
On bale at A. Ilospe Co.
Matinee Evorv Da' 2:1S: Kverv Nlcht
5:li Advanced Vaudeville Holfo anU
(lis Kolfonlana, Delia. Madame Ueason,
-hlo bale, Connelly and Webb, Delator
snd Adair, Mac Kae and Xevering. Kin
toucope, Or,ilieun.' Concert Orchestra.
lJrice 10c, -'5c, COc, "be; Matinee 10c,
beat aeuta except Mat. and buniiay.
Mat. 3:30, JTight 8:30. Best Seats GOc
YANKEE DOODLE GD3LS
and BZXaliT BltXHAIt th Umpire
rrtses tor Beat Saflydllls
Thursday night. Waltzing- Contest
MEXT BUSTDAY 3 SaTg
apuai vueaday Xatlue
'HOwiiT bot" nrBrsTBm.a
Hovamber 16, Matlne and ITigkt
eCBOAT, Matinee Might, BOT. la
8 O U A aad Slim BARS
Prices &Oo, ?6o. l Sate Bow 8lllng
Monday and Tnesday, Woe. 80-31
and Bsr Imperial Boeslan Dancer
I rice 60c, 78o, $l.oo, gl.SO. gi.OO
Mail Orders FillsdWow
Sulrti. Gc nai 10c; collars, 2c; on
air ruffs frea with each whirl.
Carey Hotel Laundry
42 South ItMJi 8C
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