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THE OMAHA SUNDAY BE 10: NOVEMBER 'JU, ltm.
GOVERNOR PARDONS INDIAN
JLouis mest, Sentenced to Two
. Years for Treating Friend.
UNABLE TO SPEAK ENGLISH
'""" Hoard Took View Man
C'otld Tint (omprrbfnd Uwi of
Slate and Merely Copied
. MMte Men's Acta.
' (From a Stnff Cor.
LINCOLN, Nov. 23. (Special.) Louis
Priest, an Indian of tha vinn.ks. i.
dlan reservation in Thurston county, who
was sentenced to two years In the state
jienuenuaiy on the charge ot treating an
other Indian to liquor, was pardoned to
day by Governor Aldrlch.
lon of Judge. Q. T. Graves, the trial
Judge, and E. G. Maggt of the Hoard of
Information wa's'cl Veil thn irnvomnr In.
dloatlng that Priest was unable to speak
or write Lngli and that he was unable
to oomprehend the laws ot the state, lie
saw white men treating each other to
Intoxicants and he sa wno wrong In his
doing the same with h!s Indian friends.
Priest was convicted under the law for
bidding the sale or gift of liquors to In
dians. He was not prosecuted under the
general anti-treatlng law, which applies
also to his white brothers.
Priest was sentenced May 4, 1310, and
wouia nave been released next January.
Cnlhollr sinii.iii. m..
After deciding to hold its next annual
convention at Ames, la., the Association
of Catholic Students of
Journed this morning. The convention had
ueen in session here since Wednesday.
The officers elncted
Goodman, ex-Minnesota, Fargo, N. D.,
president (re-elected): Ml
son, Nebraska, of this city, vice president;
T. C. Taff. Ames. uorlnrv.iiiaiir
Two other members who will constitute
ine executive committee together with
the three officers were elected. They are
Irvln-M. Lowe, Boulder, Colo., and S. L.
Barber. Madison. Wis.
Tha following resolution endorsing the
peace treaties now pending between this
country and England and Franca was
In n k m 1 1 .'ti a v, r . t . - ,
SUST.1.""" iiave, asked tn Catholic
SVh h of An:erlt'a tor an opinion on
arbitration treaties between. France.
mgiand and America, which a:e now ud
betore the senate for ratification: be it
resolved that ihi -.i,ii .'
t'onveniion MHPembled, believe that the
UL nnr is one or tne greatest
5hV ?" ihai can De rendered to mankind
and we do heieby express the huartv on.
onerntlnn nnH . r. ... ; j . .
Hait of the arbitration between the
The committee on the resolutions was
maae up of J. E. Gibney, Lincoln; J.
Desmond, Champaign, 111.; Frank Gal-
Johnson Mettles Tl
Harold D. Johnson of University Place
was this morning fined 2i bv JnHn
Mungcr of the federal court. Jnhn,,n
pleaded guilty to the charge of seeding a
dunning communication thiough the ma.l
on, a postal card. He had undcrsooreo.
me. words instructing the rinhtnr tn ,.!..
as 'per agieement. The tine was paid
To Test Tradlna- Staun it.
The- anti-trading stamp act paesed by
me. last legislature will nrobablv ti
tled soon by quo warranto proceedings
to me instituted by. County Attorney
Strode. Mr. Strode has been in con
sultation with Deputy Attorney General
Ayres and E. J. Clements, the lawyer
employed by a number of Lincoln re
tailer who oppLse giving trading stamps.
in matter was brought to th at.
tention of the district couit n.i ih.
murrer of the defendant of the infor
mation In the case of the mat ir.n.
J. K. Burleigh. Tho latter was charged
with having sold a packaee
In which 'was, a library slip issued . by
the Magazine and Book company, good
in part payments for books or ma co
sines. The giving of this sliD wn ai.
leged to be In violation ot the tiadlng
FORMER NEBRASKA MAN
JOSHES STATE OFFICERS
' (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov., J5.-(Speclal.)-
H. U. Cook, secretary of the state tail
board of Kansas, but formerly a mem
ber of the Nebraska board, thinks that
the' group picture of the- officers ot the
Nebraska board should be recalled rom
circulation, his ground being that It
would be for the benefit of the state,
MY. Cook has written Secretary Mellor,
Informing him that he saw the group
picture of the Nebraska men in an east'
em publication. The officers in the pic
ture are President O. P. Hendcrshot,
j- irst vice President I. W. ' 11 awes of
Minden, Second Vice President Joe Rob
erts of t remont. Treasurer Goorge H.
Dickman of Seward, Chairman C. II
JHudge of Lincoln, .L. W. Leonard of Paw
nee City, E. Z. liuasell ot Blair and J. A.
Ollis, Jr.,. of Old. This is what Mr. Cook
says of tha picture:
"Here is a picture that I cut out of a
magazine a few days ago. 1 wonder if
this couldn't be stopped. If thai picture
keeps going around the country It is go
tug to ruin Nebraska. Uu you Know that
Dick looks as, though he uouid hold up a
train, and that mun Hatvea oujiiit to bt
placed so he would lake a isido view in
steud of a trout view, and tnose three
fellows on the top row above and iludge,
they are all rl'iit outbiue of the p.ciuie,
1... 1 .... I I' .
uuw ujr juvo i wouia issue an oruer mat
no more camera should come on the
giuunds dunns'fair ween. And good oid
Heudersuot seemed to huve a ray ' ot
jibui uim iiiui it me tune he was
snapped tliat gives .iim a .ibaveniy ap
pearance cnuai io tne aiviue flatter
The only rtueeming feature is tnai smile
that Charley wears that ner come oit,
I can account for your appearance o.i
account of 'the hay tever. if ou have
any way of calling tins plate in; dj it.
I love the whole bunch or I wouldn't
write w freely."
(? -rt Pi if 11 1 tilfCk NevtT loses its price mark. Every time you
ilL1 1 u IHtUl C:lmy M "rUp" piece of furniture you buy
disappointment. There is no economy in putting money into "cheap" furniture eveu
though it is to be u?ed but temporarily." . " ,
AVo are offering many pieces of low priced furniture, but none of it is "cheap"
in quality. Here are some excellent values in Thanksgiving Dining Room Furniture.
(To Match Buffet.)
Cabinet 33-ineh long.
Cabinet 46-inch long.
To match China Cab
inet and Buffet,
round top 54 inches
in diameter . . .S33
High grade select oak, fumed finish,
has full box frame, Spanish leather,
slip sent. Each .$5.50
(Like Illustration.) '
Soft brown fumed finish. Scroll design postal Has
large mirror. . Comes in three sires.
,Buffet, 60. inches long. Special $49.00
lluffet, 54 inches long. Special S37.50
Buffet, 48 inches long. Special 320.00
$S7.00 Buffet, Early English Oak) rich design. Special
$56.00 China Cabinet, solid oak, Rarly English finish. Special
154.00 Buffet, Early English finish. Special
14 5.00 China Cabinet; Early English finish. Special
$45.00 Set, Six Dining Chairs, leather seat, Early English finish. Special,
$44.00 China Cabinet, fumed oak.
182.00 China Cabinet, fumed oak
$80.00 Buffet, golden oak
$85.00 Buffet, golden oak
$64.00 Buffet, golden oak
$65.00 Buffet, golden oak
$9.00 Arm Chair, golden oak
$5.00 Dining Chair, golden oak, leather seat. Special
$28.00 Set, Four pining Chairs, golden oak. leather seat, high-grade. Special,
$8.76 Diner, leather seat, golden oak. Each...
$8.00 Diner, leather seat and buck, golden oak
$5.50 Arm Chair, golden oak, leather seat Special
Curtains of real value that are elegant, appropriate and fashionable, moderately
priced. All made up on the best quality of net.
Scrim Curtains, plain and plaid, some trimmed with insertion, edge
' and colored borders. , Complete line, the pair, from. .$2.75 to $6.25
Ciuny Curtains in white, Arabian, or cream, with edge and insertion,
complete assortment. Prices the pair, from $2.75, $3.50 to $6.75
Duchess Lace Curtains, new champagne color, dainty and Herviceable.
Prices the pair, from. . . . . . . : . . . .$3.75, $3.95, $4.50 to $7.50
dur Bedding Department is receiving a great deal of attention just
now. Everyone is pleased with the assortment.
Blankets from $1.25 to $10 pain Comforts from $1.50 to $8.75 each. ,
Bed Spreads from $1.50 to $10 Bet.
Store will be closed all day Thursday Thanks jiving Day.
New Catholic Church
: at Hastings is Laid
HASTINGS, Neb., Nov. 25. With im
pressive ritualistic ceremony the corner
otane was laid Wednesday, November 22,
lor St. Cecilia's rtoman Catholic church.
which is expected to be the finest church
of this denomination in the Lincoln dio
cese The ritual was conducted by Right
UcV. J. Henry Tlhen, blnhop of Lincoln,
assisted by Rev. Father Fltrpatrlck of
Omaha and twenty priests of the see of
The church will cost complete about
and probably It will be ready for
uedicatlon next July. It is strictly fire
proof througho.it. Tho eilorlor facing Is
mown Persian tapestry brick, with. white
-tcuo for all cornices, doprs and window
traceries. It will have a sealing capacity
of 1,000. In the interior all column and
pedestals will be white morbta and nioaulc
tloorB will be laid in the smaller moms.
.he desi$n is Uolhle throughout., liy
uiiit,' neuvy lroutvorit uie sranna utui
voiued using columns between the nave
..m the Bide aisles. In their place marble
,,cniiiints will hang from above and .'rom
inese will be suspended cluster electric
inps. The eficct of both interior and
j.ur.or will be one of inasulvenesa and
i.iie iron work and most of the oilier
.iiaiiulaoiuied materials used in the au ue- !
Mere inuJe ui in lla.liiig and the
i'lans were urawn by a' llaot.iitfs arclil-
n.ct, C. V. Way. The Hastings foumlfy
ui.piled the iron, iieiupci Kealy of .
tuiauiiti and Uruiid iuiand are llui con-
actum. . .
New Church at Hastings
ST. CECELIA CHUP.CH. IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION, TO COST S.(;C0.
Ing and toilet articles, neatly arianged.
Not a word of writing or printing.
He held a revolver in his hand when
found, having shot himself In tha right
Ctrl Killed. Uoy lujnred.
NEWTON. la., Jov. U-Lavena Jonu.
aged 18, was k.Ued, and her brother, a
young lad, waa badly injured In a run
away accident near Coitax last night.
im youn woman, ner broiner and a
hired man were driving to a party
when the boy. who was driving, dropped
ine tines, causing tne , noises to run
away. The girl Jumped from the buggy,
was thrown upon her head and broke her
neck. While reaching for the reins the
boy waa thrown from the buggy and his
bead was erukhed, but ha will live. The
hired man remained in the vehicle and
JODY FOUND AT CHADRON
IS Si ILL UNIDENTIFIED
CHADRON, Nov. 25. (Special.) Lying
la the morgue at Chadion la the Dody of
an unknown man, who coinuilitaed sui
cide south of tha Normal school grounds,
in a cauyon. He la 6 ieet 7 iticues high.
weights about 1W pounds, about 3j years
u.a. liaht ha.r and oompleKlort. A scar
Just below the left ear, evidently caused
from a burn. Wore a blue serge suit.
Mucit hat, Ehoe No. B. In his pocket
were a Canadian railioad watch, Elgiii
iimke; tl.2s In money, a nearly full box
ji cartridges, a Chiuago tt Northwestern
rullioad ticket from Chicago to Casper,
Wyo., stamped In Chicago, November U,
llill, and a card bearing nains and ad-
uress In Chisago. . The party has been
telegraphed to, but knows nothing to help
.dentify tha man.
On his hand was a gold ring, with ini
tials R. M. A. on outside and Inside was
A tan colored suit euse at railroad
dtLot is thought to have belonged to tha
deceased, but contains only good cloth-
NOTES FROM NEBRASKA CITY
Two lira iajurvit When Automobile
I'ysets Three Weddings
NEBRASKA CITY, Nov. K.-(Spoclal.)-Albert
Keoppel and John WeFord were
coming to town from the horn of Herb
Slillwell, eight nivles northwest of the
city, last evening, and when turning a
sharp coiner while going at a high rate,
of speed tne car skidded and upset. Uutl,
men were thrown out. DeKord was pin
ioned under the tar and suxtuined a
broken rib, while Keoppel was thrown
Into a nearby field and suffered a broken
ankle. They were brought to their homes
in this city last evening and given medi
Mrs. William Hay ward of New Yoik
City, arrived her yesterday to attend the
funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. luaic
Coe. The funeral was held In the Ciir.a
tian Science church, the deceased being
one of the builders of the same.
Cards are announcing tha coming mar
riage of Miss Zula, daughter of Mrs. John
K. Blckel, to Mr. Joseph R. Carter of
Sidney, la., on Wednesday evening, De
cember e, at the home of he bride's
mother In this eity. Poth of the young
people are well connected.
William Jay Judd of Thurtnan, Ia and
Miss Nellie Adams of Sidney, la., were
married In this city yesterday and left
for their future home at Thurman.
Howard Lambeth and lilts Mabel Zc
era, former residents of Syracuse, are to
be married In Grand Junction, Colo
where the bride's parents are m.ikln
their home for the present. Both ai
well-to-do young people and were bur
and reared In this county.
Kenneth Williams of Red Cioud and
Mltis Laura A. Walker of Talmugu wei
married in Ihlw city yesterday and lel'l
this morning for their future home a
Hay 11 urns tpoataneoasly.
AUBURN, Neb., ..ov. Hi (Special.)
i ne Darn oi nooeri ieper, a tanner,
residing four miles north of town, was
completely destroed jy lire. He lost In
the fire one horse, one eow and thirty
tons ot alfalfa hay. Ths fire was evidently
of spontaneous origin, as it started In th
hay loft, where Mr. Leeper had recently
put in about twelve tons ot alfalfa hay
which was green.
Better spend your l
Thanksgiving in a ;
King Kwnnson Overcoats arc fascinating in atylo
and not frivolous in quality. They're safo from
year to year. "Without a hitch or halt thcf'vo
marched into popularity and wiao fellowi in
preat numbers are seen in our Overcoat section
dally trying on and looking themselves ovejr in
our overgarments. Better como in yourself, land
If ilucs j
. a ' . ar
see about that coat you'll wear on Thanksgiving day.
$10.00 to $60.00 !
Wonderful coats at $15.00, $20.00, $25.00
OMAHA'S OXLV MODKKN CLOTUIXG 8TOUK.
HOMli OP Qt'AUTV CLOTHES.
' Brandeis Stores Great Annual
Thanksgiving Dinner Ware Sale
The remarkable savings our annual sale of Dinner Ware offers has.been taken ad
vantage of by hundreds of Omaha women. Right at a time when a new service is most
desirable we offer you, new up-to-date Dinner Sets, many of them just, out , of their
wrappings at prices far below our usual low prices. Every set is from our regular
stock and can be replenished year after year. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday we of-.
fer broken lines from last week's sale at remarkable reductions. '
I I ... aW rrvrrrw. -sV-ajw. II Hi.. ,T f
100-plece rrsnoh China Sinner lata
-I'ull coin tcold treatment,
handsome service regu
lnrlv worth S,"i9.o0: at
100-Pleea rrench China Sinner Seta
Regularly worth 6K
ntieclal. at ...........
JOO-Placa rranoh China Sinner Vets
wortn leguiariy rnc nil
18, speolal'at '. .' . .5aiaUU
100-lMaoe Austrian China Sinner lata
Lavishly treated, with gold coin,
worth $35.00, sals C0K flrt
price, only VtOsUW
100-risoa Snrllah Sinner Beta
White and gold, worth ri J DC
119.K5. apeclal at WlHiOJ
LOO-Fieos Syraouaa China Slnnar
ta Iteautlfully decorated, regu
lar price $39.50, sale CIJ OC
price only &LIt09
10O-Piaoa gyraonse Slnnar Rets
Worth regularly 4U, C9Q Kfl
aln nrlne only .iHaiWsaU
100-risoa Somastio Sinner Seta
Hl( h coin gold, sella reguiariy t
1X1.60. sale filO.RR
Cut Out This Coupon . te
onday wa will 1 give dainty Japanese ,
pica, nan i .yn AU UptU
39cV (Stock During
LZ ! This Sale.
100-rtaoa Qerman slnnar Beta With
Dresden Flowara, regular prtca
X0O Fleoa rina Somestip roreelaln
Slnnar Rata Whlta and gold, regu
lar price was llJ.85, ft AC
sale prlca only,,.
100-Piaea ngltsn Sinner Beta Con-
ventlonal decorationa, Xonner price
Condiment dets tray, tooth pick, aalt I
for this i
G rmai Casserole Spscial ,
7 or 8-lnch la with heavy nickel1
plated frames and genuine Guernsey
Casserole Lining. A A nt) '
This Week SPECIAL DEMON JTRA flON and SALE Next , Week
Primo Vacuum Freezer
Requires no labor freezes cream in 10 minutes
This Freezer marks a new era in the making of frozen
dainties as it is simple a case of "put in the ice and
cream" and the freezer does the- rest delicious, ice
cream and ices being made in ten minutes. It requires
no labor, cannot break or get out of order, uses snow , or
ice and just V the amount formerly required. It soon
pays for itself in saving of ice and labor. During .
demonstration a remarkably low price will be made. .v
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College Installs -New
CENTRAL CITV. Neb., Njv. 3."..
(Sneclal.) The Hov. Htf'iilien Hlanton
Myrlck, formerly head muster of Old
hum Hull, un-Anglo-ChlnHO hoarding
school for boyn, Kinupoie, Struita
Hfttlenif ills, AkIu, u TufHiluy nUht
inaugurated peventh prepldent of Ne
braHka Central (Villcne. the flourlslilag
CJuaker liistllution hunted in the sub
urbs of Central City. the principal
udJiOHS of tho occaHlun was delivered
by the Hev. V. K. HIilrH y of the Clmu
tuuuua platform. Albert K. lllladley,
chairman of the Board of Trimtcea, ex
teudud his right hand In greeting to
Air. Myrlck nnd conducted him to the
vai-unt presidential iliair. where he
received Hie tharse to the president.
At the cloKe of the cliuirman's cliarge
fie-ildenl MjilcU '.iose and re ;ponu;oJ
with his inoii'.ci ai address. Illrts
theme was "The College and the Na
tion." The loading toought developed
by the new president v-u a plea for
cosmopolitanism. llo tspeclally ar
rulgned tho poj.cy of excluding ( liinese.
and pointed out tliut the Bu'istltiitloii
of welcome Instead of exclu.sioa would
cor.tiibulj to the cauie of wond fed
eration and International prosperity
financial, intellectual and social. One
of the students In by uuiology provided
an orlijliial hymn for the occuBion.'
After tho program the faculty ten
dered a pupbllc reception to President
and Mrs. Myrlck. The student body
gave sunns and college yells, addinf
zest to the good llnien.
ARE FORMING TAFT CLUB
LEGE INSTALLED THURSDAY.
NEW PRESIDENT NEBRASKA COL-
IM.imiuimi.i.i i ..i . .. hi..-' " ii ii
4 ? m
t . fj
'.' mi i.i 1 l.n ki t.n,i nun inn in.
WEST POINT COUPLE'
MARRIED AT ST MARY'S
STEPHEN 8TANTON MYRICK,
Smallyoz Upldetule at Gaudy.
QANDY, Neb., Nov. S5.-(epecial.)-An
epldemlo of smallpox Is vlatling this
community and has succeeded In captur
ing a large number of citizens as Its
victims. The spreading of the discuss
has progressed to such an extent that It
was thought advisable to close the public
schools for two weeks. Services are not
being beld In any of tha churches and
dance are cot allowed to be held In
FREMONT, Nob., Nov. 23.-(Speclal.)-A
meeting of voters Interested In the
oi ganlzitlun of a Tuft club was held at
the county court room last evening and
was well attended. A committee was ap
pointed to circulate petitions and another
to stlect officers and draw up a brief
constitution. An adjournment was taken
f-i- twi veel-.s whin officers will be
Chosen and organisation perfected. Those
present last evening expect the club to be
one of the lurgtst lu the state
CONDIT WILL SELECT
L0WRY AS HIS DEPUTY
FREMONT. Neb.. Nov. S5. tBpeclal.)
Klierlff-elect W. C. Condlt has given out
that William A. Lowrey will be his
deputy. Mr. Lowry is the owner of a
number of bloodhounds which have been
used successfully In tracing criminals and
will use them for that purpose without
expense to the county. Sheriff Bauman,
at the end of his nine years service in
that office, expects to move to the state
of Washington, early In January.
Josephine Wuetrao Gets Daiuairrs.
DAVID CITY. Neb., Nov. 25.-(Speclal.)
In tha session of the district court here
lusting three and one-half days, before
Judge B. F. Quod, Josephine Wustrao re
covered damagea to the value of II, 736. M
from Beit M. Hall. The ease was an
action for damages resulting In a false
representation In an exchange of a farm
In Merrick county for a Mock of land In
David City, a stallion and some land
in Missouri. The plaintiff asked for 3,2uO,
but the Jury after being out about three
hours, brought a verdict for 11,736. W.
WEST POINT, Neb:, Nov. 26. (Special.)
8t. Mary'a church at West Point waa
the scene of the marriage -ofl, 'Bernard
Freachauf and Miss Gertrude Schiferl
Wednesday morning, the nuptial mass
being celebrated by Rev. EL A. Klemens, .
assistant pastor. The bridal pair was ac
companled to the altar by Joseph Schiferl .
and miss Theresa Fischer. The groom ..
Is the son ot John Freachauf of Lindsay .
and the resident agent of the Nye-Schneider-Fowler
company at St. Charlen,
S. D., where the newiy married pair will
make their future home.
Under the direction of Grand Patron
Benjamin Terry ot Uucoln, a lodge ot
the order of the Eastern Ular wa organ
ised at the Masonio lodge room at West
Point on Wednesday. The name of the
new lodge Is Rose star, in honor ot A.
M rtose, one of the oldest Masons in the
city. Ihe officers chosen were: W. M.,
Mrs. Elisabeth Muihn; W. P., A. M.
Hose; A. M., Mrs. 1m. a Summers; Con.,
Mrs. Matilda Uowen; A. C, Mm. Dlllliui
Beneuicl; secretary, Mrs, Susan Krause;
IruabUier, Mrs. Dlxzlo Black; Ada.
Miss Blanche Shearer; Ruth, Mrs. Ada.
Bhearer; Esther, Mrs. 'Anna Bass;
Martha, Mrs. Augusta Tharp; Electa, '
Mrs. Kate Moodle; chaplain, Mrs. Anna
Neligh; warden, J. G. Benedict; sentinel,
J. D. Romlg.
The marriage of Paul Brehmer and
Miss Ida Oiese was solemnised af Bt.
Paul's German Lutheran church at West
Point on Wednesday by Rev. A. R. E.
Uelrtchlaeger, pastor. The bride Is tha
eldest daughter ot William Glese. an old
pioneer settler, and the groom la a resi
dent of Winner. They will start houe-
i keeping at once on their 'farm in Bis
The adjourned September term of the
dibtrlct court for Cuming county will
convene at the court house on next Mon
day, judge Guy T. Graves ot Pender on
the bench. This Is a Jury term continued
over from September.
Paul Blelmaster and .Mlee Mary Lanke
nau were united in marriage at the home -ot
the parents ot the bride, southeast
ot the city, by Rev. A. R E. Ovlschlaeger,
pastor ot the German Lutheran church at.
West Point The couple waa attended by
Mist Mary Blelmaaur and Otto Krlenke.
They are. young and popular people ot
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