Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 14, 1911, Page 3, Image 3
,4 . nil IWA): OMAHA. TtlKNtUY.. N( )vi:miu:u 14. 1011. Nebraska Nebraska SOCIALIST VOTE SHOWS GAIN More 1 Socialists Than Democrats Vote in Banner County. .10 GAIN IN SOME COUNTIES director of I n Ion IMrr UianiN Company Say a He Waa Pavld to Withdraw aa a Member of the Bonrd of Dlrectore. LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. U-(Speclal.)-l or tha first time in the hlatory of the Plato there have been more socialist than democratic votes cuet In one of Its coun ties. The county" Waring thlH distinction ivns Bnnncr, the vote being listed aa fol lows In that county, according to return filed with the secretary of state today: republicans 114, socialists 4?, demo crat to 42. Banner however was not tho only coun ty In tho stato to show a decided In crease. In the number of Boctalls-t vutes cast there were several others as well. Including Lancaster and louRlas coun ties, th following fifteen counties record ed a vote from that party which runs up In three figures: v Socialist vote. Total vole. County WW 1911 1WJ l'.ui Adnma 71 liVI -hm :;; HliffaJo (' l.Vl 40:15 4414 Cass 4 1 M0 K'lH 4-herry CI ?47 Wl 2141 Cumer V2 S2S (Wis til 2 J 'J lodge i 1V2 40it 1!H Mall , U a S: Harlan " i4 r:! mm J roll ) in 8"W 8450 .lefferson 4i m Z(t:i S2.3 Lincoln 120 :'43 i'saj S2 Hed Willow H! l-'7 LlM'i U2 Sinmders f.7 112 4i!l 442 fcotta Bluff kTi :is 13-'7 HMO Webster Hi lu -',S 2754 ToqoJs II 4 C732 4,70l X)'.!D7 The comparieons of the various votes were made on J. It. Burlelehu vote this year and tho vote on A. T. Hunt and William Wemmer In 130&-the previous off year election. J. R. Burleigh was a can didate for slate railway comm.ssloner at tna late election and his two col lcgeaus were candidates for regent of the state iyilverlty two years ago. The aoulalist gain recorded above was 3i0 per cent ns compared to 1W while the ga.n In the total vote of tho fifteen counties was slightly above five per cent. Waa Paid to W ithdraw. J. A. Donovan, a former director of the Vnlon.i Fire Insurance company, today filed an affidavit In district court In which he declares that J. Jl. Walt, sec retary of the company, gave him a check for $2,000 to withdraw as a members of the directors' board. He Bays he accept ed the offer. This la another move In the case wherein Charles Rose of Grand Island is suing to prevent the Union Fire and The Woodman Fire Insurance companies from consolidating. Donovan, who lives at Chapman, Bays that he refused to take the money at first, but when told that other officers of the company had accepted compensa tion to step aside, he agreed to the prop osition. In the answer of the defendant com pany Saturday it was denied that any money had been paid to officers of the Uitton- Fire Insurance company. . , "Wheejer Elected to House, II. H. Wheeler, whoso name has been known- over tjie state for several years past, has been elected a member of tho Nebraska house of representatives from this county. Mr. .Wheeler fills the place vacated by the death of A. J. Minor. No nomination! were made by either politi cal party for this place during the pri maries and' the ballots at the late elec tion were left blank in the space calling ' for a choice to this office. new Office for Lincoln. The city of Lincoln has at last made provision for the establishment of the office of sealer of weights and measures, a position which promises to bo a fat one if renumeratlon therefor Is to be made on -a, fee basts. The law. creating the Hew office seta out that the city en gineer shall be the chief, but that a deputy shall do all the work set out In the enactment creating the office. Sev eral applicants have already appeared on the scene and it is possible that more will be forthcoming In the next few days. The engineer and the mayor will fill the plaoe by appointment according to the ordinance which was recently adopted by the city council and approved by Mayor Armstrong. Bonud Declared Forfeited. The bond of Theodore Stanlstcs, wanted in this1 state for arson, and now being held at Utlca, N. Y., was declared for feited In the district court of this county. Judgo Cornish held that Ptanslcs la at present outside the jurisdiction of the court and therefore a fugitive from Just tloe. Btanlslcs was sentenced to seven years In the state penitentiary for the crime In which he was alleged to be a co-conspirator. He appealed the case to the state supreme court and gave bond in the i :- Mothers .T . a .a - No younsr woman, la the joy of coming- motherhood, should neglect to prepare her system for the phys ical ordeal shr is to undergo. The health of both she and her coming child depends largely upon the care she bestows upon herself during the waiting months. Mother's Friend prepares the expectant mother's sys tem for the coining event, and its use mates her comfortable during all the , terra. It works with and for nature, and by gradually expanding" all tis 6UC3, muscles and tendons, involved, and keeping the breasts in good con dition, brings the woman to the crisis in splendid physical condition. The baby too is more apt to be perfect and 6trong where the mother has thus prepared herself for nature's supreme function. No better advice could be given a ytmng expectant mother than that she use Mother's Friend ; it is a medicine that has proven its value in thousands of friend i? iXdat ' M()tll6fe drug stores. Tr i Write for free rPlPTXfl back for expect. ai": mothers which contains much valuuMe iuforinatiun.and many sug 'gcsliui.a of a helpful r.r:turc. I U.ZUMIUD KLZi-UKZ CO.. ACuJ. C district court for his appearance before the Mate supreme court when the matter should come up In that tribunal. Attorneys for the state argue that the felony with which Ktanslns Is charged Is not bat'.able and that he should have been remained to the care of tho sher. Iff pending the action In the Plata co;itt. Judge E. P. Holmes, attorney for Ptan Islcs. contended that his client could go anywhere he desired to as long as he reported some time during the pres ent term of the district court. A requisition for the return of the la cal man to this state will now be arked for unless FUar.lsles declares Hint he will return of his own volitljn. Grand Jury Will Probe Deeper Into Sellers Lynching VALENTINE, Neb., Nov. U-There Is to be another Investigation of the Kellers murder case. Judgo Westone haB agreed to call a special grand jury to more fully probe the lynching of Chailes P. Kellers, the young ranchman who was hanged to a telephone pole on the ranch of his friend, G. H. Jack, one night tist June by George and Alma Weed, Hurry Heath and Kenneth Murphy. Tho four murder ers were sentenced to life Imprisonment on September 17 by Judgo Westone. who accepted the'r pica of r.iu.-.lPY In tho sec ond degree. ' Many residents of the section where the murdeT occurred were displeased with tho result. It Is said others are likely to be Involved In the lynching. New Public Service Company Organized BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 13. (Special.) A new corporation to be known as the Nebraska-Iowa Public Service company haa been organized to take over the plant of the Beatrice Electric company and of the eloctrio business in this city and eight othdr towns in Nebraska, Iowa and South Dakota. The Nebraska-Iowa company la Incorporated under the laws of an eastern state. E. A. Bullock of Norfolk, Neb., Is president, and his son, Clyde Bultock, also of Norfolk, Is ''secretary. The company will control the electrlo business In the following towns: Beatrice, Blue Springs, Wymore, Norfolk and Blair In Nebraska; Magnolia. Logan and Missouri Valley In Iowa, and Fairfax, S. V. This company la to succeed the Bullock Public Service company, which has been a holding cor poration of the Beatrice Electric company of this city and the electrlo service com pany which served Wymore and Blue Springs and the plants in the other towns named. FRUIT WAREHOUSE AT BLAIR DESTROYED BY FIRE BLAIR. Neb., Nov. 13:-(Special.)-The warehouse and storage rooms of Mccor mick ft Koopman, fruit shippers and proprietors of the Mount Hope fruit form, was burned Sunday morning. A fierce gale was blowing from the north west and the cold was Intense.' Showers of burning embers were carried over the buildings southeast of the burning ware house, which was prevented from catch ing fire by the slight rain and sleet that fell on Saturday, i The volunteer firemen did excellent work, confining the fire to the one building and thus saving the Holmqnlst ' elevator and Blair canning factory, which stood about 200 feet away. The building contalrfed a large supply of knockdown berry crating, empty barrels and about 100 barrels of choioe . assorted apples. "The building was originally the Sioux . City & Omaha railroad ' freight depot and was bought by Mr. Koopman about two years ago and was Insured with its contents for tl.OOO. The fire is supposed to have started from a stove in the building which had been used . the day before. GERMAN CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH IS DEDICATED . SUTTON, Neb., Nov. 18. (Special.) The German Congregational church so ciety. Rev. John D. Gross, pastor, dedi cated tnelr extensively re-built church yesterday. The Improvements cost over M.000, all paid for. The dedicatory ser mon was preached In German by Rev. Dr. M. E. Eversz of Chicago, who came especially for the occasion. The afternoon aervlce sermon' was preached by Rev. Mr. Hawkes of the First- (English) Congregational church. The evening service was participated in by all the protestant church pastors of the city, who made short addresses. The music was etnborate using for the occasion the new pipe organ. NEWS NOTES FROM ASHLAND Mrs. Urorg Youua; Accidentally Shot by Small Hoy -Deck II out ers Docked. ASHLAND, Neb.. Nov. II (Special.) Mrs. George Young, who lives with her family on the farm of J. It. Long, north west of Greenwood, was calling on the family of Peter Knulzen In East Ashland when the young son of Knutzen went out to shoot a chicken. Keturnirtg to the house, not thinking that the gun was loaded, the boy pulled the trigger. Glan cing, the bullet struck Mrs. Young In the left hip, making a flesh wound. The bul let waa removed this morning and Mrs. Young 'Is recovering. George Slmlngtoii and Charles Young had a narrow escape while hunting ducks northwest of town. While In the center of the lake adjoining Swift's big Icehouse the boat the men were In overturned, throwing them In water to their trinplts. Young fell three times In the Icy water In wading to shore and sank almost ex hausted. Clinton Richardson, another hunter, saw the plight of the men and had a fire built on shore with which to thaw them out when they reached the bank of the pond Rev. Leslie Lee Sanders, pastor of tlit first Baptist church of Ashland, last weelr signed a contract with the Radpath Lyceum bureau for a Series of fifty lec tures, for which he Is to receive ti.ZVl. Ha is known cer the I'nlted Htatea as the "Bey Preacher" and has been preach ing since his eighth year. He is nuw U ears old. Moat Food la Pol bom to the dyypellc. Electrlo bitters cur dytprpaJa. liver anj kldnty complaint and ceb.lity. Price Wc. for ml la Ly Utm- I Uu 1 I U CO. I t .... Miller, Stewart & Beaton Co. Exclusive Omaha agents for the original Gustave Stickley Crafts man Furniture. There are imitations, but Gustave Stickley Craftsman is the original Fiirititure With the Very Breath of Majes- u m j -ci u. itJL - .4 tic Forest in It Craftsman Desk (Llko Illustration) ' Four drawer, spacious and strong; writing space, 30 ina. wide; very pretty design for 32.00 I ?VT I 1.1 al al .e - 1 1 ' i u niMiifi iiiiw 1:11111 nit: vt::initjr .urfiws :irm now I v tJ I ' ' -t i blindingly the snow blows through the city, chilling all humanity that is caught upon the streets, the home supplied with Stickley 's Craftsman furniture is the place where bliss and comfort are found. How easy it is to picture the family drawn up by the fireside and resting in those rest-giving Craftsman pieces. Yes, the very breath of the forest is in Craftsman furniture. Just as the hardy woodsman, who lays his axe to the huge trees, stands as an example of the most rugged of humans, so does the beautiful, staunch and massive Craftsman represent the hardi est and most durable of all furniture character. Craftsman is possessed of greater 'wearing qualities than any other furniture and its modestly beautiful lines give it a certain appropriate ness for the home that is represented by the highest character and the strongest minds. In Craftsman there is an unyielding strength, that makes the chairs, settees, tables, and all, express the very majesty of the giant oaks of the forest. When one buys Craftsman he gets ;furniture that goes into the home to become a part thereof and to give service for years and years! ' 1 it 1 . . . ji'uuut sup scat; seat tapered in back to 19 inches; strong legs; very comfortable $9.00 Craftsman Arm Rocker liu.sh or soft Craftsman Reclining Chair (Like Illustration) Adjustable back ; spring seat cushion; sheepskin scat, 22x23 inches; strong . .$31.50 Craftsman Tabouret Height, 16 incheft; . di ameter, 14 inches; one of the neateBt tabourets made; strong .'...$2.50 Craftsman Sideboard Top small drawer lined with ooze leather; four drawers and one largo compartment; size 48x18 inches . . v. $34.00 Craftsman Reclining Chair Adjust able back; spring seat cushion; size of seat, 21x24 in.; very excellent qual ity ..." $25.50 Craftsman Arm Rocker Spring scat cushion; .sheepskin; size of seat, 18x20 in.; mude to give comfort and Batisfaction $14.50 r Craftsman Bookcases Stationary shelves on line of nviHions; two rans- sive doors; excellent article $26.00 Craftsman Writing Desk Neatly arranged designed cabinet; . broad top; heavy legs and excellent qual ity $24.50 Craftsman Writing Des Very well constructed and a neat model; one large drawer; handy cabinet arrange ment;' height, 39 inches.. $20.00 Craftsman Arm Chair Rush r soft leather slip seat; height of back from floor, 38 inches; a very pretty de sign '$9.00 Craftsman Rocker Hush or soft leather slip seat; made for durability . and comfort; seat tapered in back to 15 inches .$4.75 Craftsman Chair Rush or soft leath er slip seat; high back and strong; easy-resting seat $4.75 Craftsman Arm Rocker Rush seat ; size of seat, 20x19 inches; broad back, wide arms' $9.00 Craftsman - Arm Chair tush seat, broad and high; lull of domfort and beauty $9.00 Craftsman Reclining,1 Chair (Like Illustration) , ' Adjustable back; 'spring seat cushion; sheepskin; strong - and' comfortable;, size 'of scat, 23x27 inches ' . . . .. .. $37.00 Craftsman Dining Table Height, 30 inches: top, 48 inches; five big legs; one, of the best tables made $36.00 Craftsman Serving Table Two large drawers; neat design; size, height; 38 inches; width, 42 inches S 18 flrt Craftsman Library Table (Like Illustration) Hard "leather- top; -two wide drawers; strong, majestic legs; heigth, 30 inches'; .width, 32 inches ...$58.50 Craftsman Sewing Table Height, 28 inches; top drawer fitted with cedar tray; fine article with beauty in every line ...; $18.50 x Craftsman Dresser Width, 48 inches; depth, 22 inches; height, 33 inches; French beveled mirrors; ends solid panel 1 .$50.00 Craftsman Chest of Drawers Height, 42 inches; ends paneled ; five spacious drawers; highest quality ..$26.00 Craftsman Settee Spring seat cush ion; soft leather; length, 48 inches; depth, 23 inches; built for comfort and strength $35.00 Craftsman Settee Spring seat cush ion, "soft leather; length GO'" inches; depth, 30 inches; just full of com fort . $50.00 irartsman Arm Rocker Snrine seat cushion; sheepskin; size of seat, 21x25 inches; high back; easy rest inff $27.00 Craftsman Ann Chair Spring seat cushion; sheepskin; size of seat, 21x25 inches, height of durability, fr ...$27.00 Craftsman Bed Width, 36 v inches; head board, 4G inches; foot board, 40 inches; full of good quality and comfort $16.00 Craftsman Costumer Height, 72 ins.; made strong and a very neat arti cle ..$7.00 Craftsman Child's Chair Sheepskin; size of seat, 13 inches wide and 12 jui'iitrn uffi; strong anu comrortaole, Craftsman China Cabinet Stationary' shelves run lint ( . . I1! ! 1 1 ' 1 J ui iuujiiuns; one large glass door; height, GO inches; width, 3G inches. '.$32.00 Craftsman Arm Chair Rush or 'soft father slip seat; height of back from floor, ;40 inches; wide, easy-resting seat .$9.00 Snrine seat ' " Craftsman Bookcase (Like Illustration)' Four large ' shelves;' two doors; height. 5(5 .inches; width, 42 inches;; depth!' 13 inches; excellent nriicle, for . .$37.00 for MI 1 Established 1884 r, tewart- The Tag Policy House Craftsman Settee . " (Like Illustration) Spring seat cushion; , Spanish leather seat; sheepskin pil lows; high back; excellent quality -.$68.00 Craftsman Hammered Copper Tray Handles of heavy brass, twisted together, length 16 inches, square or oval t $4.00 1 atom Co. 413-15-17 South Sixteenth Street $3.25 AUTOMOBILE JfURNS OYER Mr..Rex Roberts of Broken Bow ii Fatally Injured in Smanhup. OMAHA WOMAN ESCATES JNJTJRY Mm. Cbarlra Hhaw, Who We Mcu ber l Party, . I'oliurt Driver Ilaa Collarbone and Three Hlba Hroken. B ilO KEN UCW. Nel., Nov. 13 (Hpeclal Trlegram.l A aerloua automobile arcl jent occurred early lu.nl eveniBU Unit in ilea northrt of ton when Mra. He Hcberts, 'li yeas of age, waa thrown from il.e mai'h.ne ami prrlu.pH fatally Injured, iir. and Mm. Iloberti, accompanied by Mra. Charlea Hhaw of Omaha, werti re--.urnliig fiom Mrrna In a ar driven by H. Ke.miil, ui thU place.' Mr. JUb- li la waa In a hurry to catch train No. 44 ut thla point and the automobile wa speeding along' at the rat of forty-flv mllea an hour when It atVurk a knoll, awerved to the aide and made two com plete revolution'. Mra. Roberta waa thrown twelve feet and atruck on hei head. Kennedy received a fractured collar bone, three rlba and a broken hand. Mr. Roberta waa badly Injured. Mra. Shaw eaiped Injury. Dr. Pennington waa no' tlfled and conveyed the Injured to the Hroken Bow hoaplt&l In mla automobile Mra. ltuberta la Buffering from conculoi. at t lut bane of the brain and la not ex pected to live. DUtrlet Court la t lay. i ClJiY CKNTEH, Neb , Nov. 13. (Spe cial.) ..e regular November term of the DUtrtrt Court convened here th.a morn ing. U a. Hurd la the preitldlng Judge. There are C5 civil raaca on the docket for trial but no criminal caxea. KEARNEY GETS CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR CONVENTION KKAItNKV, Neb., Nov. 13. (Special.) The Htute executive committee of the C'hrlatlan Endeavor haa aelected Kear ney for the convention of next year. Uhe geaalon will be held aometline In October. I'atleut J am pa Krout Window. 'LAY CKNTEK. Neb., Nov. 13.-(t)pe-clal.) The funeral of John Deeder will bH held Tueaduy at 10 o'clock at the luhldence. lie wa.v taken to Lincoln a week ago to be operated on for ap ptiidltitU. The operation waa aucceaa fill and lie. woa getting along well, Thura day morning about 4 o'clock he became deranged and while the nurne waa au Kent he opened a window ailu Jumped to the ground about ten feet. lie waa captured by the atteiulMiita and taken baik but t lie ahouk mured coinpllco- tlona from which he died Saturday morn ing. He waa a foreman In the M. M. Johnson Incubator factory, lie leaves a widow and three ohildren. He waa a member of the K. of P. and A. O. U. W. lodgea. - He Heard that Meat v and Lumber 'Men Were for Lorimer CHlt'AdO, Nov. 13. Heporta current la f-'pringflcld that the meat packing and lumber Intereata wero urging tha election of William Lorimer aa United Statea jteiir ator becaume he waa an advocate of lilgU protective tariff, were related before the Hcnatoiial Investigating committee today by State Senator Albert .. Juicy, a dem ocrat who optioned Lorimer. Isley Unti tled he gave thla Information to Alfred ti. AUktrlun, an attorney Just before the flrat Lorimer Investigation, but aald It waa based merely on rumor and ha had no evidence to.auatain it. Attorney Aua trlan waa IntereHted In obtaining evi dence In the, Lorimer cuse. V. . V. HoUtlaw, who previously had Confeed to having received $J,&uo In ona.i auni and 1700 more from the 'Jackpot'' for hia vote ad Mate aenator, waa re examined concerning .telegrama and let tera relating to hia coming to Chicago.. After lorimer waa ' elected In 1I tha wltneiia aald ' h came to Chicago in renponae to a telegram from John Hrorf. erlck. then a ctate iienaliir, from whom he aald ho receded the niorej-. The wltnraa Identified a bank deposit allp for 70O, wtilcri lie aald represented bnhe money reivl .vd by hlir. from iiu. crick In August, lacj. The key to eucctHa in bnalness la Un Judicious and persislu t ufc cf iiewji'.unor j advci t.bln i ; i 5 a :!