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FAIR YOTE CAST IN STATE
Hamer'a Plurality Over Judge Dean
OTHERS MOUNT TIP HI GHEE
Hull, for Railway Commtssloaer,
Defeat. C. K. Ilarman of IIoldr-are
by 10, SSI Omaha Salesman
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. Nov. 21. (Special.)
V.elurna on the late state election are all
In at the office of the secretary of state.
The total vote cHt at ttie election was
2:-,380, an compare! with 213,crr0 last year
and 207.675 In the laxt off-year elec
The official vote totalled on Judge
lamer and Dean, whose race for the
supreme bench wa closer than thHt of
any of the other candidates, was ait fol
lows: Hamor, 97.014; Von, W.7K. Other
votea In the race for the supreme cjurt
were as follows: Letton, 1(4,191; Huso,
, Hurlelgh, a socialist candidate for the
bench, received 9.07 votes, or about t,QJ
more than has ever been cunt by that
arty before In the history of thn state.
T. L Jlall defeated C. R. Ilarman for
the State Rnllway commission by just
10.3m votes, the former's total being 103,
ib. Following is the official wote on state
Stark '. Kti.710
Miller j , 88,271
Alltrn tilven Chance.
"If the accused will pay what he can
for the support of tils three children I
will take the case under advisement for
the next ten years," said Governor Ald
rlch today In the case of Robert E.
Alkcn, whose extradition to Kansas was
asked for on the charge that he had been
guilty of child abandonment.
Aiken, who Is an Omaha traveling
salesman, through his attorney declared
that he would make an effort to comply
with the order of the governor. The casa
was started against Alkon by his former
wife, who now resides In Kansas City
and who says that she Is unable to pro
vide for the three children. In the affi
davit filed with the state officials here
the woman alleged that Alkcn draws a
bulary of IM per month and that he is
fully able to contribute 10 per week to
(he support of her family,
j Fall from Horse Fatal.
Robert Wilcox, an 18-yiar-old stable
fcoy, fell from a horse at Thirteenth and
O streets this morning and was fatally
Injured, dying from concussion of the
biain shortly after. He lived at 329 North
Girl from Imperii Dies.
Beasle Clayburg, the young woman who
wai seriously burned at .St. Elizabeth's
hospital some time ago, died from the
effects of her Injuries at an early hour
this morning. Khe was i!i years of age
and had resided in Lincoln for more than
a year. Her father Is A. C. Clayburg of
Imperial. Her mother arrived today to
tako the remains to Imperial for burial.
Physicians Win Salt.
Mrs. Helena Stelger did not win her
suit against Drs. McKlnnon and Uayton
In district court, the jury turning In a
report of disagreement. She sued for
J1C.C00, alleging that the sight of her eye
was' lost after an operation by the phy
sicians. Taste for Deer Divorce Test.
Becauso Helen Morrll and some com
panions had been di Inking beer In an
Omaha cafe Ralph Morrill thought that
was sufficient evidence to show the char
acter of his wife and Indicate that tie
should be given a separation from the
former. The case was heard In district
court today. Mrs. 11. M. Ingersoll testi
fied that she had been the one who ob
served the laxities alluded to. The case
was submitted after argument and no
decree will be entered or denied until to
luapect. Consumptive Home.
l and Commissioner Cowles has returned
from Iowa, where he went to Inspect ttie
fetate Institution for the care of Indigent
consumptives. Incurables are not ad
mitted over there, according to Mr.
Cowle, and only those are permuted to
enjoy the privileges of the place who
have a fighting chance for the cure of
the dread disease. The stale uuiclai
round much to Instruct him with regard
to the conduct of a similar institution
which the state will soon open at iii.ui
ney In accordance with an enactment of
the last session of the legislature.
The Board of Public Lands and Build
ings will tuk up the matter of the Kear
ney institution at some length within the
near future, and In addition to making
appointments for the place will determine
upon rules and regulations under which
the Institution will be operated.
Mock Yards for Scott's ninff,
SCOTT'S BLCFF. Neb.. Nov. :i. (tSpeT
ciul.) An organization Is being effected
for establishing union stock yards on the
oid Brown place near the sugar factory,
just southeast of th s city. It In at a
point easily accessible for the Burlington
and Union Pacific roads, being between
the two. The plans are not fully de
veloped, but It Is understood that snout
two miles of raliroaj will be built by
the company and It will form the con
necting link between the railroad and this
city and Curing.
Hokbrrr at Uraail Island,
OHAN1) INLAND, Neb., .Nov. 24.-(Spe-c-al.)
The first case of highway robbery
for several ytara took pjace In th:s city
when John By bin, aged ;o, of Ord aj
attacked on East Front street and robbed
of U In ca.ih and a gold watcn. A cer
tificate of deio.lt for I'M wai nut tr.keit.
?Vebi-.Ua-M W blQa Alumni Foot
will leave Omtah t:43 a. m. Saturday, No
vember 5. for Unjln via the Bin liiviun.
Return special from IJncoln at 3.3u p. ni..
and return regular trains at 4:30 p. nr.
and i p. in.
key to Ui tt.luatiou iiee Want, AUs. I
at York Thursday
TORK, Neb.. Nov. 14. (Special.) Tes
t.rday evening at o'clock, at the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Butterfleld,
occurred the marriage of their daughter.
Miss Frances D., to Mr. J. 1U Roberts of
Seward, Rev. K, L Lindsay performing
At the home of Mr. and Mrs. William
Tucker, one mile south of this city, their
daughter. Miss Ida Fay, and Mr. L
Vega E. Hastings of Chugwater, Wyo
were married, Rev. H. S. Parker of
Cedar Rapids reading the marriage lines.
At the home of Mrs. Mary Osborn, her
daughter. Miss Olive, waa married yes
terday to Mr. George Freiss. Rev. Alex
under Bennett pronouncing them husband
Mr. John R. Nolds and Miss Minnie L.
Green of Sutton were married yesterday,
the ceremony bring performed by Judge
BELIEF THAT STANISICS
LEFT MUCH MONEY HIDDEN
TFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 24.-(Srceia!.)-That
Theodore Stanlslrs, whose body was found
suspended from a loop In a chain In the
city jail yesterdar afternoon, come to
his death by his own hand was the
verdict of a coronor's Jury this afternoon.
Stanlslcs' death by his own hand has
created a great deal of talk in Lincoln.
Few persons here knew the man Inti
mately. He kept his personal affairs
It la a current belief that Blanislcs has
hidden or placed somewhere a large sum
of money. Some of this rr.ay be found,
but many bMleve that much of this coin
may remain hidden for a long time. If
ever found. So far as Is known, he left
no will. When ho left Lincoln after his
case had been appealed to the supreme
court It Is said that he took with him
Ktt.OOO In checks and drafts.
Stanlslcs was a miser In the true renee
of the word. By thrift he had acquired
a fortune. He denied himself all luxuries
and many of the necessities of llfj. He
would not even allow others to buy him
a glass of lemonade, as he feared he,
would have to return the compliment In
It Is now believed Stanlslcs was a de
scendant of Hungarian nobility. When
questioned on this matter he would refuse
Chief Hunger of the local police depart
ment obtained a warrant at the state
auditor s office today for SIK8.62 for ex
penses Incurred in returning .Stanlslcs
from Utlca, N. V. Two dollars of this
amount was given to a train porter to
help guard the prisoner.
. "Death of plaintiff In error suggested,"
was the entry made this forenoon In the
phraseology of courts, on the docket of
the supreme court of Nebraska In the
esse of Theodore Stanlslcs against the
state. Attorney General Grant Martin for
the state was present to argue the case
and to show why tho plaintiff In error
should serve 'seven years In the peni
tentiary for arson, but Stanlslcs bad com
mitted suicide the day before In the Lin
coln city jail, and the case came to a
NEBRASKA CITY HIGH
. TRIMS YORK PLAYERS
NEBRASKA CITf. "Neb., Nov. 24.
(Speclal Telegram.) Nebraska City High
school foot ball tea.n defeated ' the oYrk
High school team, this afternoon by a
score of 23 to 8. In the first quarter Ne
braska City made 5 and York 3. In the
second quarter Nebraska City scored 6;
again In the third quarter there was an
other score of 6 for Nebraska City and
I nthe fourth quarter Nebraska City
kicked goal and got a touchdown.
York failed to make good after the first
quarter. " It was a hotly contested game
and was witnessed by over 1,000 people.
Nebraska City has lost but on game
STEHR CASE IS NEARLY
READYJFOR THE JURY
MADISON. ,Neb., Nov. 24. (Special
Telegram.) The defense in the' Stehr
murder trial rested It caso at 3 o'clock
this afternoon, at which time the court
suspended the motion of the defense to
find the defendant not guilty of murder
In the first, or second degree for reason
of Insufficient evidence.
The prosecuting attorney made the clos
ing argument to the jury, at the conclu
sion of which the court adjourned until
tomorrow morning, when the jiidce will
Instruct tho Jury. During the arguments
the court room was packed, many women
Seek Parole for Nyboe.
GRAND ISLAND. Neb., Nov! 24. (Spe
clul.) Friends and relatives are circulat
ing a petition for a parole of Harold Ny
boe, sent up from this county on the
charge of highway robbery several years
at'O. Officers of the county and many
other prominent citizens are signing tho
request to have the State Board of Par
dons look Into the matter. Martin, Ny
boe's associate In the act, having been
paroled rome months ago and Nyboe-, It
is claimed, showing a willingness and de
termination to begin a thrifty and indus
trious life. A place has been found for
him If the state board finds a parole
Justifiable, on a farm. Nyboe has served
Improvements for Teenmaeh.
TECUMSEH, Neb., Nov. 24 -(Hpeclal.)
The city of Tccumseh Is advertising for
bldy for proposed public Improvements
amounting to I29.G00, the bonds having
been recently voted. The Improvement
will consist of an Improved water service
with a new concrete reservoir and of
sPTeerage mains. Tho time set for closing
the bids Is December 18.
OMAHA'S ONLY MODUHN CLOTHING KTORR
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THE HOME OF" QUALITY CLOTHES
Hah-ilinuto at ore 1'aik
f A fellow from Wyoming was In
the otner day. He r.abl he had
heard so much shout this More
that he had determined to vlxft
It at bin earliest opportunity, lie
bought clothes and ti n lc rcinnrks
Huhsta'itially as fnllowH: "Now
llio fellows out home won't have
anything on nie. I ran y,n back and
tell them. I, too, wear Klng-Swun-nnn
clothe. If they don't believe
it I can show them." It "ai-ems
that It won t be a great while
before every fellow In the country
will be miylng onr clothes or full
ing to do so, will bo liumlllntcd
by tho remarks of their fellows.
A-Wonderful Clothing Store
Wonderful in every way in conception, in
spaciousness,' in beauty, in accomplishment, in advance
ment, in progressiveness, in the goods sold and the values
given. From its start it has been different, it has used
different methods, it has shown different merchandise,
it has established a different basis of value. It
has builded a wonderful business on these dif-
ferences. It invites your patronage to make it Lf
n still mnrn wonderful rlnthind stnrf
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Your Thanksgiving Suit
. ' is here nwaiting you. You nro privil
eged to select it from a most varied
assortment. You are assured of a
most extraordinary saving in real
310 to $40
Shown hero by tho thousand?.
Pressy coats, Military coats, Belted
coats, Ulsters, in every fabric adapted
to tho particular stylo you want.
Wonderful values throughout the en
Line in town.
$15.00, $20.00, $25.00
$10 .. $6'
Magnificent Overcoat values $15.00,
Evening Clothes for Formal Occasions v
Don't imagine a merchant tailor is necessary for your complete satisfaction.
Our Dress suit section is filled with garments that rival the best productions of
the master tailors, but the prices are about half. $25 to 545.
Young Men's Clothes
A goodly proportion of our clothing
is sold to young lellows with decided
style notions. These fellows would
not buy our clothes if they. weren't
right and rightly priced. Better see
tho Suits and Overcoats we show.
$10 and upward ;
Your Thanksgiving Furnishings
Will be in certain good taste if you buy
them here. Better come right iu and
Stylish Shirts $1.00 up
Rch Nackwear 80c up
Gloves $1.10 up
Underwear 31c up
Union Suits $1.00 up
Sweaters tool at $1.00 to $0.50
Bring the Boy In
Our stocks are running over with
bright, snappy apparel, of the sort
that mothers delight to see and buy.
They're sold in the, brightest, light
est, handsomest Boys' Department
in the West. Suits $2 to $10
O'coats $2.50 up
About Crawford Shoes
These shoes are made to take the place of
f hoes selling at $5.00 and $6.00. They are
just as stylish, just as fine and just as
pleasant to wear. They save you $1.00
and take nothing from you in shoo satis
faction. $3.50 and $4.50
And you'd better look at our$2.o0 shois
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Hats for Particular Men
' We make the study of styles a specialty.
Nothing new ever gets past us. We know
qualities. Wo study them constantly.
You can't go astray in our hat dept.1
Stetsons 53.50 up
Stylish Rough Hats $2.50 up
Swell Caps 50c up
SALE OF RUGS AND LINOLEUM
11 1 K neilurtlon Offerlar at Mlllrr,
ttenarl A. lleatun C om y
Store Moidir Moraine.
filler, Rlfwart & Benton Co., 413-417
Eouth 81xte-nth Ktreet, begin a fltudtndouK
nale of printed and Inlaid linoleums and
lilk li ' quaiity rUK at I o'clock &)onday
morning. Tho cale I the largeat they
hav ever held and the prices oiy fht
goods offered are cut wajr down. A
ai-eiial ad teJUiiK of the hale will appear
tn The Hoe Sunday, Head It.
Korfnlk Claims Title.
NORFOLK, Neb.. Nov. 24 rtpclal Tel
ettrnm.) Norfolk High Mrhool bent Oak
land High whui'l, ;o to 6, this afternoon.
Ni rfolk claim. U chui.v lonshlo or north
Manager J. M. Gillan of tha Auditorium
tin. honked a wrestling match for the
nleht of Deoember 8, which will appeal
to all lovers of the mat game In Omana.
Jess Pe-dcraen, a Iane heavyweltiht. who
has come to this country for the cxprosa
purpose of Betting a crack at Frank
Gotch, haa been booked to exhibit hU
skill aiainat Jess Westerg.wd. I'edersen
Is so confident- of hlmsflf that he haa
agreed to throw tho Omaha Klant three
times In an hour or forfeit a sreo.lfled
amount of money.
Pedeigcn arrived in this country but a
short while ego nnd If worklni? from the
bottom up and expects (o reich the top,
and thus earn a ciiancj aalnt Ootch,
by eliminating all the ro-callcd contend
ers for the world's champlonxhlp. At the
preaent time no preliminary matches
have been decided upon, but three or four
good ones will be arranged within the
next few days.
St, Thomas' Squad
Arrives for Game
The Pt. Thomas foot bull sqund of St.
Paul arrived in Omaha yeaterday on
tho Northwestern. Couch lis an, formerly
of Dartmouth, In with the team. Both
he and Manager Bcallen express them
selves as confident that the ft. Thorn, ih
boys can defeat Crelghton today, but
admit they expect a f -K tit. rt. Thoman
has not been scored on thl year and
their great endeavor will be to keep
Crelghtqn from crossing their goal line.
Eighteen men are In the squad which
touch Kyan haa with him In Omaha.
They are putting up at the Paxton and
constitute a huaky looking bunch.
"Buddy" Paugherty. the atar man of the
team, Is a amall and Innocent looking
chap, but lie has made a reputation for
clever work on the field that Is more
than local. Paul Hagiiett, center for Ht.
Thomas, Is a nephew of Joho J. Ilyder
The tit. Thomua (add held a practice
game yesterday afternoon at Benson
Hilly Bourke wants to see the
".Show me" sort of man. The seams of
any suit ripped open and best possible
clothing made to order included
Bsnjamln'a Suita nnj Overcoats from $18
to 35, aro the betst clothes bargains In the
merit, are dl
t i n o 1 1 v In
quality a n .
style. Wot u de
In any gar
318 S. I5th Street
Orleaaa llrats Oxford.
OXFORD, Neb., Nov. 24. (Special Tel
egram.) Oxford High school tout Lull
team held the team fron Orleans to a
score of ( to 1-. Orleana made two touch
downs and kicked goal twice. Oxford
made one touchdown end kicked one goal.
The Orleans team avtraited fullv ten
pounds more to the man than did the
tram fiom Oxlurd. Tin. mine clones tho
n-anon, so far as Oxford ta concerned.
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389 Homcn's Coats
Remarkable Purchase 200 of Them New
Models, $20 and $25-Values-Will go at
The women of Omaha should arrange nn early start
for this store tomorrow. This is an unparalleled oppor
tunity to save money.
But there's just one reason: Our New York buyer
was fortunate enough to pick up 300 of the best lookins?
coats that ever left the great metropolis, which accounts
for us being able to sell thera at this great reduction.
Remarkable Sale of Ladies' Suits
7.45 and 9.4i
A stock comprising all the newest styles of the best
We are showing a new shipment of plushes, velours,
Kussiau' ponies and French conoy coats.
The SEii&i: tore
322 North Sixteenth Street
Opp. Midland Hotel. Sixteenth and Chicago Sts.
Saving Work for Women
who liv well ir'nrallv llv
on i he br;i(4 u l u tu.. i
admit they can t ake any better bread than
?i i. U".1 f "y, Ck" 1 lf"ri to apenu
their time dunluatlnir uur u.,,rw u,
. i ? i AMK your grocer for
5c at all grocer
U. 9. 8TBA.K BAKIKO COUT1HT
If you lose your poclcetbook,
umbrella, watch or some other
article of value, the thing to
do Is to follow the example of
many other people and adver
tise without delay In the Lost
and Found column of The Bee.
That la what meat people do
when they lose artlclea of value.
Telephone ua and tell your losa
to all Omaha In tingle afternoon.
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