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prive Mm c-f anv voire in Hmltlns
mount of sfrvlcc to be render
the holeiale price fccrred upon.
In onneluMnn. carneMlv worn
mend that member of our society n.
rilnf In the future to accept the position
of contract phiicinn to lodge, fraterni
ties benevolent or benefit oigantxatlon-,
not lnduetr.nl In character therefore
wflhout nil llnhllltv a well as corpora
Hon contracts that are not In harmony
With thee flndlecs.
TAFT CLUB TO BE LAUNCHED
(Continued from First Page.)
aiS IOWA POLITICIANS MARK TIME
Anti-Taft Airitatori Quiet Since
Preidenfi Visit to State.
NO RUSH TOE NOMINATIONS
Upponenta of t.cnrge W. Hirke
1 et nable In Peraar Anyone
to TaLr the Field Aanlnt
C. K. Foray
A." W. Karm'.nfrtjn
J I. II. Monk
! M'. A. Fnctcr
' .jf W. K. Omley
Arthur V. tiro?
.In 11 UK I.. H'"T
W. 1C (Ian in
K. Y. Hrlmfi
Ham K. Un-rnleaf
M. J. Greeiry
K. U Uustafson
II. W. Hone
' ). II. Holoiilot
V. T. Hamilton
I ii. W. Hlhbler
i .1. F.dson Hrnth
l. M. Haverlv
, Kd K. llayduk
I John Havduk
K. H. Ilaw-rlv
J Fred II llcye
I W. .1. Hunter
5 hirphen Hansen
j Anton Inda
' Frank Jnnda
5 Frank K. Jones
W. 1. Klerstead
John V. Kroner
1,. I j. Konnlsce
I.oiiin J. Ktcbba
1 Hen Kline
John H. Koepp
M. SI. Kllna
S. H. Kent
.1. P. Iee
Tom K. l.anili
John C. Lynch'
It. M. Lynns
'harlea Leel le
t Martin Langdon'
J. J. J.vttle
J. II. Millard
,W. U.. Mulvihlll
J. W, Alairnw
Henry K. Meyers
I. N. Mec.ham
i Frank Muhonev
1 William Mlnogue
N. J. Mann
I U. I. Mvtklejohn
? ''S'. II. Morand
i Fainuel Mota
ii 'J W. Marrow
I J. A. Mckenzie
( . . McKenils
i Finll Motz
i Wilson Mlnofttie
J. K. Mclaughlin
j William McOnitli
Kd K. Morrartv
I Kelso A. Morgan
Henrv I;. Maxwell
nil 11. Meyer
A. I. Mad
eore Mr llrld
F. J. Mil ft i ,
I. ouix Nccmo,
II. ;. Hf'.inni
(. T. J'oitrr
)l. H. Payno
'. A. l'erkine
K. K. I'axton
.1. 1. J'Hlmer
H. A. 1'earce
V'. K. lllioailea
Victor I Sow water
K. J. linnirl
i;. M. Itohincon
V. A. Hedi. k
It. K Uoblnaon
II. I'. Ham'iflnotl
F. A. (Shot well
W. i:. C.hm
AV. V. H.hIuixicIi
Vro V. Hhnlwell
lla I.. IShiilweU
Ktank li. Hlune
I'lvile i". Mindlilad
lwla I'. HpHdy
Vie.i U ritnlth
Harry II. .-iiije
M . ('". F'l'lilh'iul
'. Hrhwarh k
T. I.'. KvnoluR
V,. U. F.ioitioti
KJvvril M. Hlatcr
A. V. Hhotwell
Sum V. pvoctt
W. A. Hlmrrad
XV. U. HhrlveP .
A. I.. HlenbergV
A. (.'. ymltli
tiun A. Tjler
H. C. Tlmmo
M. I'. Tohln
it. U. Talbot
A. ', Troup
M. H. Thonion
('. i',. VHlentlne
John I,. Webater
;ur.loii W. Wattlei
Wlllluin Wallace .
J. T. Wax'boU
llerl A. WllcoK
It. W. White
John A. Wakefield
M. . Weeti-rgard
T. F. Wllea
I. . A. Yoat
il. H. 1 ouiik
Republican Call for
Conference in Omaha
in Taft's Interests
Uerauae or the Khort time that haa
iapaed the nollcllatlon of signer has not
keen ayatemutlo and It la the delre that
' all republican who would like their
signature added should let It be knotvn
' t those who have copies of tbo eull In
hand or send their names to the office
f Mr. WebNter at KI7, Omaha National
' bank building. The duto and place nf the
1 arc posed meeting will be fixed when all
tb lists are returned.
Killed by Boy
CIIUTLEIt, Neb.. Nov. .-(8peclaJ
Telegram.) Bolmmlt Hlerka, aged 21
years, a student In the Fremont Normal
college, was lrrUKtiUy klllod t lit 'after-
' aoon when a gun In tlis haifd of the 14
year-old son or Frank rekerny waa ao
rldentally dlitcharged. Ulerka had been
In the 1'nlted KlUrt only s In 6 hint My
and waa Ttsltlna; his relative on a farm
er?n miles northeast of Bchuyler. '
EFFECTIVE CAMPAIGN FOR
GOOD ROADS IS BEING MADE
SL'OTTBBLFK, Neb., Nov. 10.-8pe-
lal.) Abtmt thirty miles of good
gravelled road In and around this city Is
the result of tl) bond Issue fur that pur
pose, and but lilU over half of the lis.txx)
1 yet' used.' Next spring the work will
be resumed until every foot of the high
way In wlntor Creek precinct will be
a gravelled turnpike.
One of the enerlally Important features
of this work was the opening up of
new highway an extension of the Main
avenue of this city-north from North
. ark to the county road. As the overland
coanl-to-K'oaat automobile route proposed
alona; the line of tho old Oregon trail
passes through this city, about teu mile
it the line U now In fin shape for motor
travel. The road dlvllon east and we
of here will doubtletn follow the Inltiatlv
when it la shown liiat fine road cuit be
built at so small a -cont. Iron signpost
tilong the route from Alliance to this city
and along the route, from this city
t heyenne now mark the highway, guldlii
strangers a well as those familiar with
At the recent election bonds were voted
In Highland an-l Coatle Rock precinct
for a new I'lutte river bridge at Mctlrew,
Xkn rrice "was In the city this week at
tending the Commercial club banquet and
talking with the county authorities rela
tlva to state co-operation In the conxtruc
ilon of this bridge.
ilrrmi a S(ff Correspondent)
WJi MOINKi. Nov. 1 (Special.) It I
expected tliut during the present week
some rtec'tlon will be reached as to what
11 be dono or attempted In Iuwa In
regHrd to the presidential conttat of next
year. Thus far no direct move hns been
made by either side, and all parties nre
marking time. During the ummor there
was much dlscuHtloti In the i!ewpsier
of the stnte oer t !. matter end strong
urging that an effort be niado to et a
delegation In whole or In part fur I. ft
Follftte. The agitation for this cutne
from politicians who have affiliated with
the cnnaervallve a well o tlione who
were with the pi oifresnlve. Fullowlng
tlii) vlHlt cif TreMldent Taft to Hie SUte
fie inatler quloted down and very lit tic
bus leen snM about It- Klnce. Most of
the liadorn among republicans of both
factions are dlnrournKlng any fight In the
Btiile, and It Is specially felt that any
hnrd campaign us between the adherents
of Taft and I.h Follctto would make the
So far as the T.a Follctte movement I
corieerned It appear to have been left
In the hands of Howard J. C'larK, a
prominent and piuaperoii attorney of
this city, who lins not been nt all con
nplcuou in politic In the putt. He has
not fully decided a yet "what direction
Ilia movement hIihII take, but ha been
In correKpondence with the partisan of
l Follctte In t'hliMKo and Washington.
I f expect a declMinn oon.
In the meantime there I practically
nothing doing In regard to the republican
nomination for alula office. Nobody
ha a yet had the courage to come out
and undertake to make a fight aKHlnut
(leorgo W. Clarke for governor. Much
preiaure ha been brought to bear on
Oilnnel I). J. Palmer and Trof. p. O.
Holdeii to make the flrht, both being
urged by element distinctly hostile to
Clarke, but thti far neither ha agreed
to muke the ruce.
All thoso who seek to be candidate
for atute. pfflco desire that a fight shull
be avoided In rolatlun to the national
Hlacuas Nm-lal Qaestlon.
Member of the State Hoard of Control
and of the Plate ramie board will go to
Iowa city on Monday to attend the annual
meeting of tho Iowa conference of chart-
e ii nd correction. Judce Uoblnaon of
the board of control la chairman of the
conference' on prisoner and prion. aad
W. II, Horry of tho parole board will tell
of paroling prlMoncr. Other on the pro
gram are: A. K 1 Trick of the Iowa Fed
eratlon of Labor. Ir. Max Wltte, Clarlnda
hospital; Dr. Edward Stelner, Oiinnell
college; V. 11. Plckworth, chaplain at
Anamoaa; T. K. llynlng, Sioux City; J. C.
Handera, warden at Fort Madison, and
Dr. O. H. Sumner, secretary of the State
Board of Health. It I a most excellent
program and will lake the larger part
of three day.
Mar Hhop Roosa X ceded.
An effort la to be made at the next sex-
alon of the legislature to aecure un ap
proprtatlon for the construction of addi
tional shop at the Anamoaa reform
lory, for the purpose of enlarglog the
Industrial department. The laat leglsla
ture provided that the Industrial work
should bo carried on, but failed to 'make
an appropriation so that mora than two
or three grades could be taught. A a re
ult, the reformatory work baa not made
great progress there. The number of In
mate at the reformatory lia been tead
lly on the Increase the last year and
now number CZ. It I expected that un
dcr the Indeterminate sentence law the
population will continue to increase for
Kcho of Ueok Looting;.
One of tho lust of the many lawsuit
growing out of the looting of the First
Stale Hank or Cor with cum to a finish
In the nupreme court Saturday, when the
court refused to grant a rehearing In
case involving the claim of (20.000 against
the bonk by John I ilawll, allowing
the claim, but refusing to give Haawell
a preference over other creditor. Has
well waa a cousin of John Ii. Htandrlng
the citkhier who looted tho bank of luO.OUO
and depurted four year ago. He sup
posed he waa Investing hi money In farm
mortgage, but found he bad nothing be
yond forged paper of ail kind. This was
the last failure of a state bank In Iowa.
A cruaado axaluxt Hie smoke n'lirauc
In Ls Moines will be commenced by
Smoke lnxitfM'tor Harry McNult Monday,
Between fifty and ixty violator In th
downtown district must "come to time'
or stand criminal prosecution If thel
plant are not conforming to the law, de
dared the Inspector. ,
(From a Staff Correxpondent.)
LINCOLN, Nor. 19 -(Special Telegram.)
A conference preparatory to a state
wide Taft republican organlsntlon will be
held at the Rome hotel In Omaha on
Wednesday, Novemb'ir ii. Euch was the
Information given out today through K.
The coming conference was decided
upon t a Taft meeting held In Ihl city
this week and new of which hu JuHt
been given out. Attendant at the meet
ing were II. C. Lindsay of this city, K. M.
Pollajd of Nehawka, Victor Itoxe water
and A. W. Jeffcria of Omaha, W. C. Kib
bler of Kearney, Clark Perkins of Aurora
and William Husenetter of Linwood.
Thoxe Invited to the conference Include a
list of about forty well known and prom
LIVELY CON I EST OVER
PROPERTY OF ORD MAN
OP,D. Neb., Nov. l.-(f peciaJ.)-All laHt
week Judge llanna occupied tho district
bench while a stubbornly cor.tetcd will
cure was on trial. O. O. Hard was a
well-to-do hwede firmer and had no
relative In thl state. Shortly prior to
the time that old age and lack of cure
weakened hi mind and rcultod In hi
being sent to a state Insane hospital ho
wo visited by a nephew, who lives In
Michigan. At that time the old gentle
man executed a Will In favor of the
nephew, gl In over about I16.W0 of prop
hp. Attorneys discovered other heir
the old country add on their Denau
Ih Will wa contested, l.ocai inicresi
run high, because the testator was a
well known character of th town and
FIREBUG TRIES TO BURN
POOL HALL IN TOWN OF ORD
ORD, Neb.. Nov. 19. (Kpeclal.)-A lire
bug" attempted last night to burn oown
frame building occupied by noy 1-iko
aa a pool hall. He used an uiiKPr to bore
hole through the aide of tho building,
but when he struck the back plaster he
transferred hi effort to the buck door
of the building. Through tne mue ne
poured some kerosene, llKhtfd it and
made hla getaway, leaving his track In
the fresh fallen snow. The fire must
ave gone out when the oil was consumed
nnd left only a charred door and a room
full of tntok. In an adjoining, framo
uilUltig. tho sample room of Hotel Ord,
Mrs. V. II. Partridge and her little aaugn-
er are quarantined for scarlet fever. N,
GEE HING BA&XS REVOLUTION
Chinese Masons Are Sworn Enemies
of Manchu Dynasty.
AN INTERVIEW WITH A MEMBER
NOTES FROM CENTRAL CITY
Prsleataal Kplacopal and
CoDgrt-gettou Kstend C
CENTRAL CITV. Neb., Nov. 19-(Spo-
clal.)-The vestry of Christ Episcopal
church of this place has extended a cull
to the Rev. J. Franklin Long, at present
pastor ot ft.. Ann parish In Chicago.
The reverend gentleman I very highly
recommended and the local vestry is
very anxious to secure hi m. Ho has not
yet replied to th call. ...
The member of the Baptist congrega
tion have issued a call to the Kev. A
L. Candee from Colorado, the call lias
been accepted and the new pastor occu
pied the pulpit at th church Sunday
preaching both morning and evening.
The pastorate of the church has been
vacant since the resignation of the Rev
Mr. E. A. Schluaman about a year ago.
There has been a change In tho livery
buslneaa here this week, Krnest llurkley
buying out the Interest of Charles I.ucus
In the livery firm of Lucaa ft lluckley
and ansumlng full control.
County Clerk Frank Nash has un
nounced that he will appoint Frank Por
ter deputy county clerk to succood
Thomas M. Lucaa. who has resigned and
gone , to . Oklahoma, having purchased
some land there.
The Peters Real Estate and Exchange
la the name of a new real estate firm
which has commenced business In Central
City. The members of the firm are Pete
A. Battler and Peter K. Jensen both
whom have been prominent business men
In Central City for years, and now eny
tne real estate iieiu.
Aver Half Million Members f OraVr
Reside la the I fitted States and
ItrltUh Columbia and Have
RABIN. Wyo., Nov. 15-(Spclal.)-Arthur
II. Bimpson of gitka, Alaska, and
formerly a resident of this place, who Is
visiting his old home here, today gave
out an Interview In recurd to the revolu
tion in Chi a that throws much light oil
the situation. Mr. Bimpson has for many
year been closely associated with the
Chinese, especially during the last year
or so, in the canning fields In Alaska
He in a member of the Oeo Hlng, and
onn of the few Americans that has at
tained tho rank of thirty-second degree
In that Mason lo order. In discussing the
present revolution, he ealdi
"A great deal ha been written about
the present revolution In China and the
situation ha been correctly staled by
a number of persona whoso articles have
appeared in the magazines and the dally
press during th lawt few months. All of
these writers rceognixe an undercurrent
or Influence behind the revolution that,
so far to my knowledge, has not been
correctly accounted tor. The fact of the
matter In that the present revolution was
fostered and Instituted by the Oce Hlng
or Chinese Masons. Since the Manchu
dynasty was formed In 114 the Gee Hh.g
has constantly endeavoted to regain the
power shorn from the Chinese by the
Tarter Manchua. This organization, more
even than the Mauonla order known to
Americans, I extremely secret and the
one great objection to be obtained during
I ho last throe centurij ha been the re
storation of power to the Chinese of their
TYenapaaera Help Canse,
'During the last twenty year news
papers have been published In Teln Blng,
Hong Kong and Fuchow devoted to the
couse. These newspapers have been circu
lated among tho members even In Amor-
tea without the Manchu government being
able to locate their BourceA In British
Columbia and the United States there are
at present over a half million member of
tho Geo Hlng and for the financial sup
port of the present revolution the mem
ber have probably donated over $100 per
You will remember that during the
war between China and Japan the press
accounts were full ot Incidents where the
Chinese had lumped from the vessel dur
lng naval engagements and had retreated
in Dame, as a matter of tact this was
not cowardlco on the part of the Chinese,
but waa the following out ot the obliga
tion assumed by member of the Gee
Hlng not to fight for tho Manchu dynasty.
The members of the Gee Hlng believe
in a fcupremo Being and are not Idtol
worshippers. American who have come
in contuct with the Chinese servant in
tholr households have no Idea of the In
telligence possessed by these humble scr
vants. In the lodge room in this country
tho mask Is thrown off and you would
see an entirely different personage, full
of vitality, a face keenly intelligent and
grasp of world conditions that would
astonish even the statesmen of our coun
iryi ina masK or Indifference la again
assumed aa soon aa the lodge room Is left
ia u any wonder that the revolution la
a kuccchh? These people, who for ron
tuiles have been under the Tartars will
now right for their Independence as did
our lureiauiers in the atlrrlnz d,.v
the American revolution. China will be
come a great republican Christian nation
Tha lnAa .... . ...
iouv, vi ijio revolution tri man
who have traveled all over the world
and are familiar with the best that
civilized governments have been able to
produce. This knowledge will be of great
mo reconstruction of modern
China. In twenty year China will be the
greatest republio In the world. The Gee
tiing win have accomplished their pur
pose ana Christianity will be benefited
aa it has not been for centuries."
Father Drives His
Out Into the Snow
Herllagton Hay Taxra at Met uwk.
M COOK, Nsb., Nov. 13. (Special.) He
W illow county's exchequer was swelled
to the extent of fc.U.iai.sa on Novemlw r
that -uui being the lrurlington'a taxes
for 1U. It Is an Increase ot 11, TIC over
Iilra aa Reaalt of Harm.
AVATKIH.OO. In.. Nov. 9.-(Hecll.l Tel.
egratn.) Minnie I'eteraon, tho young
woman who was seriously burned a week
ago Friday while filling and cleaning
lamps at the II. O. Coy home, died this
morning at 5 o'clock.
Carey Act Laud. Opaiuiig-ii.uud acrea at
Jerome, Idaho, -Uctiiber 11, ili. This
land ia part of the Great North tilde
Tract, widen, has a record of THHttlK
YUAK8 FROM AiHC UKUHH TO ULCK
lUBUONd AND SWEliHBTAKEB. For
all Informationwrite or wire the Twin
Falls North t-ido Land and Water Co.,
HAPPENINGS AT SYRACUSE
Woman' C'lab tilvea Annnal Recep
tion, Tilth Large Attend
nuee. HYrtACruK. Neb.. Nov. 1. (Special.)
Th Woman' ctuli held It annual recep
tion at the library room last evening
with about W0 present. A good prograni,
under the direction of the younger mem
bers of the club. wn tendered. After
ward refreshment were served. The
club Is very prosperous. Mrs. William
Dunn Is the president.
John Townsend has sold his harness
hop to Mr. Llesge.
Nothing new lias developed In the
Janet murder cat. end no clue ha been
found a yet In the matter.
CHILDREN WANT IT
THREE TIMES A DAY
Omaha children want '.Minnesota"
macaroni and spaghetti three time a
day. They are delighted ".tli It's 'deli
clous, nut-like flavor, and Omaha ladles
find there I nothing better for them.
Feople are Just beginning ' to realise
that good macaroni and spaghetti are
tt, bent and ti.ost nourishing foods anJ
they will take th place of meat very
largely. Tlioy are easily prepared and
no on aver tires of tbem, because they
t an be served In so many appetising
Hut If ou want that rich, nut-like
flavor be sure and get the delicious
"Minnesota'' brand macaroni or spag
hetti mads from tho finest Northern
Durum wheat, with all the nourishing
Oluieu left In. It U easily digested and
l ever get soggy. All gou4 Omaha
trusts sell It
FAlRHCItr. Neb., Nov. H. tSperlal.)
Harry II. Miller and Miss Bertha R.
I'ottlnger. two prominent young peopte
of this vicinity, were married at the home
of the brlde'a parents, Mr. and Slrn. 1C
I'ottliiRer near Junsen in this county at
S o'clock lrldy evening. Mr. and Mr.
Miller will make their home at 13)7 F
treet. tin city.
M e La ne-Sen roed e r.
FAllUU'UY. Neb.. .Nov. l.-l8pclal.)-F.mest
F.. McLanu of this city was mar
ried to Mix Rose K hroeder ot Gladstone.
Neb., at Lincoln. Friday. The ceremony
wa performed by Rev. Mr. Ash of the
Lutheran. Evangelical church. Mr. and
Mrs. Mcl.ane will make their horn in
this city. x
Battle Creek Postmaster Itealn.
iiAm.i'i t'liEEK, Neb., AO v. 1& (Spe
cial.) Mrs. Lcnoia Knyder, postmaster
has tendered her resignation, to take
effect when her successor shall be ap
pointed and qualified. There are several
applicants for the iKwItlon, among whom
la W. I Whltla, who. It is said, stands
a good chance to land tho job.
This is the Tobacco
This is the most remarkable improve
ment in pipe tobacco since the days
of Walter Raleigh.
Tobacco with wonderful flavor
and fragrance, without a touch of
Tobacco that burns long, free and
steady; that holds its fire close
and never sogs, but burns down
to dust-fine ashes;
Tobacco that you can smoke
all day and it won't bite
the national joy smoke
in the famous
red tin, 5c in a
red cloth bag,
handy for cigar
pound tin Aumi
dor sand a pound
humidor of crys
We want you to know why Prince
Albert is different, why it is in a class
of its own. The reason is the Prinfe
Albert process. This is what makes
P. A. what it is.
This process was discovered by a
well-known German scientist who
dearly loved a pipe and experi
mented with smoking tobaccos as a
side line. He knew he had hit upon
a big thing in this process. So did
we when this company acquired it.
Experts were put on the job of per
fecting it. The work took three
years and cost a bunch of money.
But we knew it would make a won
derful smoking tobacco and we had
the faith to back it.
The United States Patent on this process
was granted July 30, 1907. Two years later
we were prepared to manufacture Prince
Albert on a vast scale.
Here, again, we showed ourconfidencein the
new process by expending great sums to
tell the smokers of America about it. We ad
vertised it in a new and bigger way, because
Prince Albert deserved it and because we
knew that practically every smoker who
tried it would be a steady P. A. user.
Now, men, we get to the showdow
you haven't tried Prince Albert,
now. Cut out the argument and th
mise and the speculation. Put it to
jimmy pipe test. Let the tobacco smo
for itself. Then you'll understand what
this patent Prince Albert process means to
you. You'll know why it has revolution
ized pipe-smoking and started two men to
smoking a pipe where one smoked before.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY
Winston-Salem. N. C.
"eaif' ss."" "fw wwnnimiBMSjiim lUMIIl
West foliit Haildlna-s Condemned.
WF.tfT IDINT, Ntib., Nov, 1 (Special.)
Three of the oldest buildings in the city
have been condemned by the deputy Btate
fire commissioner and are In course of
demolition. On the site will b built a
large two-story brick building.
Now I lay me " had been said
childlHh reverence and three happy llttl
cnuureu nau been tucked Into bed hv
their mother. The three little kiddles,
aged 2 to 8 years, tired after a romo tn
tho snow, uulekly entered into the land
of dream. Th mother sat close bv th
bed. cosy and "comfy" for the little one.
But a look of worry darkened her face.
This waa the scene at 10 o'clock last
night at the homo of Mrs. It. C. Ilohan.
1910 North Twenty-fifth etreet. when
heavy steps, a or some one staggering
onto the frout porch, broke th nulet.
The door swung open with a bang and
Ilohan. a street car nwlnrnmn hum iM
me nouae, enraged.
Ill three children were awakened. They 1
Jumped from their bed and ran horrified j
Into a coiner with their niothur. Ilohan I
followed and ordered thein and their '
mother out of the house. When he shoved 1
them Into the snow outside, he locked the '
door and went up.tulr to his bed. !
t lad only In their nlghtclothes, the out
casts waded through the mow to a neigh
bors houso for protection. The neighbor
called the police and Ilohan was arrested,
lie wa charged with bolne drunk nn.t
j abusing his family. Mrs. Ilohan says she
will appear against him in police court
for the Family
Served with the
meals it helps the
appetite and di
gestion. BLATZ COMPANY "
oa-sio SMtk lltnt. Ofnaiia. Neb.
ALWAYS THE SAME
Interest allowed in
sayings department at
Z per annum , . .
The United States
National Dank of
Omaha gives prompt
and courteous service,
affords absolute secur
ity and has a most con
One of these
Is yours If you will secure two
subscriptions to a weekly
THE OMAHA BEE
Less than a penny and cleaner
Good l'rlce fur torn.
ORD. Neb., Nov. . (8peclli-Th
local demand for corn for cattle feeding
purpose ha prompted buyer to offer 70
cent per bushel. The crop la ahort. but
will yield as much aa last season.
, Mr. Adeline Doner.
KRASKUX, Neb., Nov. 11 SuecUl.
Mrs. Adeline Doher. who died here
Thursday at the age of i years, wa
burled In Ureenwood cemeteiy Friday
morning at 10 o'clock. Bhe wa on of
th oldet-t settler In thi county.
H. J. K. Mayes.
FKANKUN. Neb.. Nov. (Special.)
-It. J. K. Have, living one mllo west of
thi city, died Friday afternoon at 8:30.
Th funeral waa held today. Ilia lllneo
waa of tbort durMlou.
Injared In a rim
or bruised by a fall, apply Bucxien's Ar
nica HaW. Cures burns, wounds, sons.
csema. pile. Guaranteed. 3c. Tor sale
by Beaton Drug
ODD FELLOWS DECIDE TO
MEET IN PHILADELPHIA
HARTFORD, Conn.. Nov. 19.-Th di
rector of the Grand Iodge of the 1'nlted
Slates Independent Order of Odd Fellows,
Manchester L'nlty, decided today to hold
the nest annual cuntrent Ion at Philadel
phia In June, 1911 It was also voted to
lay a small per capita tax. on the mem.
bershlp at large Interest to ry ale It and
funeral beneflta ot member who be
came unabls to pay such benefits.
If yen have young children you hav
perhaps noticed that disorder ef the
stomach are their moat common allroaot
To correct this yen will find Chamber.
Iain's Btemach and IJvor Tablets excel
lent. They are easy and pleasant to
Inks, and mild and guiitl In sftccL Fer
aais by ail dtnlsrn.
COL. CLIFFORD HAM GETS
POSITlbN IN NICARAGUA
PI BUQI E. Ia.. Nov. 1.-Colonel Clif
ford Ham of this city ha been apioiuted
collector general of customs for the re
public of Nicaragua, it wa announced
today. Colonel Hani for the last eight
year ha been connected with the cus
toms services In the Philippines, first at
frbu and later at Illllo, and for the
lat two year lie has been surveyor of
customs at Manila.
The appointment came to Colonel Ham
from the president of the republic at
the suggestion of New York bankers who
are parties to the Nlcaragua-Cnlted States
treaty covering th refund of the re
public' Indebtedness ot from 1U.OCO.000 to
JJiVOCfl.UjO. It was said.
He will sail from New York on Novein'-
her , resigning his Manila position be
fore he sails.
Prlanaer F.arnnra frnn. Cm ,j !
KANSAS Clrr, Mo.. Nor. 1.-Whlle
W. U Feake. a guard from the federal
prison at Leavenworth, Kan., was pass
ing through the Fnlon station hern to
day with two prisoners, one of them, R.
J. Ivtls. a ft. Irtiula counterfeiter, es
cuptl. The men were taken to Bt.
liuts recently te b used aa wltnenae
In a cai-s against other accused counter
feiters and vers being returned to
The Bell Telephone
Is a Social Necessity
A Bell Telephone is es
sential iu the discharge of
n woman's Eocial duties.
It is iU ever-reudy servant
and instant messenger of
The long distance lines
of the Hell Syfetcm bridge
space and bring friends
from everywhere into close
You can bring sunshine
into your life and into the
lives of others by an ap
preciative use of Dell Tel
.Y.""' TUe distant frieud whom jou call up to remind
of a birthday, or to givo a word of friendly cher,
tloea not soon forgot you. Have you tried It?
NEBRASKA TELEPHONE CO.
Del I Telephone Llnea Reach
if 4 i .. i
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plllS 8-DAY MlbSlON CLOCK
of black tleiu.khed Kiln
dried ouk wltn ralaed metal
l.unierils. large bras pendulum
dluk and ornamental side weikhts.
cup "'til blrikea the litUf l.ou."
und camedrul gong on tile hour.
isSxl-. ia yours at no cusii
cvj:;i to yuu.
A Superb Xiuas Gift
A I'erfect Timekeeper
A lianibtoms ohject of Aiiieiican
bit, auiiauio tur the lincst home
If we hear from you liefore Nov.
16. this clock will be shipped Ore.
1 J. end ub your nuuiu and ad
dress and wa will tell yuu what
to do. to get it. it l-i v. or lii t
WRITE lOltlOHI TO
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Ines loo, bast ctts 83c, sacspt fcatutuajr
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