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THE. REE: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY. .TANTARY 31. mi.
' ITTirjf fIPflrJ MnnnP I AW !Bud The tour hsd wml knot In the insurance lew. of ihe stsle. !
niinun UtUn LiyUUIl Lift II I drinks IPaether and durin the tin: they Srhe years ago the t'omracnwralih Life j
" i "T ' ln looB a 'so enfsied in a row. ; insurant company of Omaha souclit to
OHU Case to Be Taken tn United1 nl n ' inn an accttrni and s'.clt bewnt In-
- C.. c ' . damages. Stnllh allf- jsuranc in connection vtth a life business
supranc vouru in that while Roehrt did not put out ; and the attorney ceneral's oftVe held that
' " ! W5". e. Is owner of the place and the ; it could not he done uiuto the vhr,.k.
T DZAUES EHTEBE5TLT : p"y vh0 M " ,he PrtlripsnU the law under which It sras Imomornted. The
nquor. wnicn it is enarged caused we (question now la whether the same restrie
row. waa liable. lion applies to foreign cimpanies whose
The point on which the federal court la charter, permit them to write all these
assea 10 intervene is that the law make
the licensed Heller of liquor liable for
civil damasks while the unlicensed vendor
who sells or (Ires It away la not llaMe.
and therefore the law Is ' discriminatory
jlewmsed Veadar Liable for CItII
Daaaasea, While Inlleeased Keller
la ?St Sa Held I ader the
Ptom a Staff Correspondent.)
IJNCOUC. Jan. 3. - (Special - The
l lotted States supreme court has notified
ha supreme court of Nebraska to certify
pp to the federal supreme court the case
Ford Smith against Kdward A. Rueh-
' and the Title tiuaniiity company of
Franton. ra. The action as one against
Inehrts;. a ralcon Jteeper of Oira.i-., a-.i
bond, the Guamnty companv, fie
lonalas district co'.irt Eivinc Smith a
.eroict lor and the supreme crjrt
toe tiato affirminc the court Mow.
K defendant sought to go to the fed
eral supreme court on a writ of -error.
ut tne state court denied the writ, w hich
Has now been granted by the federal
; In 1M Roehrlt ran a saloon at IOCS
Jiorth Sixteenth street. Fbrd Smith and
I-eo Hawklos, colored, entered his place,
'la vhjtu at the time were George and
Doctor's Best Formula
Brea. Severest Cold la a Bay sad
Coras Any Caraals Conga.
--, ,, iii-inn.iuuu' iiiiiiMii.il.
' This has been published here for sev
jeial winters and lms trover: the quickest
and mom reliable formula obtainable fur
I coughs and colds. "IVoin your drurglst
get two ounces of (Jlycertaa and half an
I ounce Concentrated Pine cinipound. Take
these two Ingredients home and put them
into a half pint of good, whlskev. Khake
It well and take one to two teaspoon
fuls after each meal and at bed time,
i Smaller dnses to children according to
slags. Be sure lo get only the genuine
, ,Uloba) Concentrated Pine. Each half
i ounce bottle oomea In a sealed tin
screw-top esse. Any druggist has It on
;haud or will quickly get It from his
'Wholesale house. IWt experiment with
prepsratlois because of cheapness. It
, don't pay to fool with a bad cold.-Adv.
I ny suffer) Apply
Dent's Toothache Gum
j ' , And stop ths ache instantly.
Al Drag Store. ISa
llard'a Salary Safe.
K. C Itiird. engineer of the State Rail
way commission, and State Auditor Bar
ton, both object to the statement that
the auditor Ins or Intends to hold up the
pay of Knglneer Hurd on the ground
I hit the engineer Is drawing a salary
from the Omaha. Lincoln a; lieatrlc In
Ururban railway company. Mr. Hurd
savs that, he was at one time employed
by the company, but that he resigned all
connection with It when hentred the
eemploy of the state, ami has not since
that time had any other employment
than engineer for the state. Auditor Bar
ton iwi that several months ago some
one made a verbal charge of this kind to
him and that he Investigated It at the
time and ascertained there was nothing
to It and dropped the matter, and It had
not since eniered his mind. So far as
the salary is concerned the ruling on
the case of Architect Miller would be a
bar to holding up tha pay unless tt was
shown that Hurd waa neglecting his du
ties to the state. If he waa in reality an
employe of the Inierurban road It would
ts:id to render him an Improper person
to value the inierurban property for
the ataie, but Mr. Hurd insists that his
connection with that property ceased be
fore lie entered the employ of the state.
ebrask Hmt Ready
The Nebraska State Railway commis
sion was not represented at the meeting
lug Chicago at which the representative
of the Interstate Commerce commission
refused to suspend for ttt days the pro
posed Increase m rates west of the Mis
souri river. The state commission repre
sentatives maintain It will require at least
that length of time to check up the vari
ous rates and ascertain whether they are
just and that they would not be prepared
to go Into ths case on Its merits sooner.
They also Insist that to put ths rates In
effect pending a hearing would be unjust
to the shippers. While the Nebraska
commission was not represented at ths
meeting. It will stand by the other states
In the protest and take up Its share of
the burden In contesting the new rates.
Ussatlpvs at Hastings.
, Ths outbreak of smallpox .at ths Hast
!ngs hospital for the Insane has not yet
been celled to the attention of ths offi
cials at the capltol, but they say. It would
bo nothing strange If-such a thing had
occurred. If It has. they say It will be
an easy metier to stop Its spread, as a
rigid quarantine oan be maintained and
the hospital has the best of facilities tor
caring for any who might be 'afflicted
with the disease. It might be cdmmuuf-
cated to Inmates In several ways, from
visitors, .contracted by some of ths pa
tients who are permitted their liberty, or
from soma now Inmate who waa exposed
previous to coming to ths hospital.
1 l.ewal lasaraace Kirt.
; .Stats Auditor barton has asked the at
torney general to untangle another legal
kinds of Insuranc-. There are three such
companies which are and for several years
have been writing such insurance In Ne
braska, via: the Travelers, the Aetna of
Connecticut and the Pacific Mutual Iite
of San Francisco,
Via Will lease ta Oaaahat
There has been considerable speculation
about the state house as to who would f
HARMON ENTERS THE LISTS
Ohio Democrat's Name Formally
Placed on Primary Ticket
FAILS CITY MAN SUBMITS IT
Willi. K. Keed at sjadlawa riles far
I ailed states sraalar Iras
dels ta Kweak at t're-snwat.
LINCOLN. Neb.. Jan. y -The name
of Judson Ilarnton of OhH -as tiled as
a presidential candidate here today while
that of William J. Bryan wns withdrawn.
The Harmon petition was not on file
represent the attorney general's office in I ver' l,r,"r the Kran petition,
case some on wss delegated, at the ro-1 r"'H, vt month ao. wos taken oot
auest of the aovernor. to take a hand In ,no "toy ot the sven-tary f slal.
the lnvestlgatloia of the Iwuglas county
grand Jury, one guess Is that Mr. Martin
or one of his deputies. Messrs Edrerton
or Ayres, would go and ancither that an
outsider would be designated. If an out
sider, the name most frequently men
tioned Is Arthur Mullen, who prosecuted
the case against Chief of Police Donahue
of Omaha. Talk has it that Mullen Is
the fan red one with the attorney gen
eral, but that the suggestion does not
strike a responsive chord In the gov
BERTRAND MAN CHARGED
WITH STEALING HORSE
HOLDRKGE, Neb.. Jan. 3B.-I Special.)
Glen Chllds, a young man from the vil
lage of Bert rand. In this county, was ar
raigned before County Judge U C. Ban
on Monday, charged with the theft of a
horse. Waiving both the reading of the
complaint and the preliminary hearing
the young man pleaded not guilty and
was at onoe bound over to the district
court Bond was fixed in the sum of
M and Chllds was sura he could secure
bondsmen for this amount, but was un
able to do so on Mondsy. John Anders,
a resident of Bertrand, Is the complain
ing witness and he charges thst young
Chllds took the animal from his bsrn one
night In November and after driving it
to Lexington, sold It to a horse buyer.
Clues were soon obtained and the horse
ass traced to Illinois and eventually re
claimed by Mr. Anders.
A Woman Vritos
. - v "I am using Solvay Coke and I would not
. return to coal fires for any consideration. What
are my reasons? , It is cheaper, almost as impor
: tant, it is light women can handle it with ease. I
"The Fuel without Fault"
- It is quick to kindle in a very few minutes
you can have a bright fire and an oven as hot as
you like. It is excellent for ironing no danger of
poisoning from gas, and, ' best of all, there are no
ashes to sift."
2.000 dealers In the Northwest $tB Milwaukee Sobxtg
Coke. Ask your dealer for older or write to us.
PIGKANDS, BROWN St COMPANY,
OolbyAbbot Building MHwmukm, tWaw
FOR SALE BY i
OMAHA PUBLISHER BUYS
NEBRASKA CITY PAPER
NEBRASKA CITf. Jan. . -(Special.)
Soma time ago the administrator of
Jacob Buetler'a estate put up and sold
ths Staata Zeltting, a German weekly
paper, which has been published In this
city for the last forty-four years. Geore
Maurer. a tailor, conceived the Idea he
wanted the plant and to become a news
paper man. Me purchased the ssme. and
operated It for a little over a month.
Teaterday he sold the plant to Val J.
Paters of the Omaha Tribune, who will
move the plant at once to Omaha, where
he will consolidate It with the Tribune.
This paper Is the oldest German paper
In the west and waa estaaullshed by Dr.
Fred Renner. This leaves this county
wlthout a German publication. ,
STEVE BALES OF TALMAGE
COMMITS SUICIDE AT COOK
Central Ceal & Coke Co, of Omaha
both 'Phonea -Bell Doug, lasi: Ind. A-l6S
Opposite Orphuem ..Theater
IEPOSITS m&de on or before
February 10th inlhe SAVINGS
DEPARTMENT 6f the UNITED
STATES NATIONAL BANE
will draw interest from Feb
THREE FEB CENT Interest is paid oa
avinjs deposits and COMPOUNDED
SEMI-ANNUALLY.- Funds may be with,
drawn at any time without notice.
TV casasisew capltaj and surptai it l,40.8o.C.
It la Oa Mast ban la Nakraaka.
' KitahlUhsd In ltSf.
UniieJ Slates National Bank
of Qmtlu, SefrisSi
TKCUMSBll. Neb.. Jan. .-(8psclal
Telegram.) itave Bales, a well known
laborer of T si mate, committed suicide
by hanging himself In the barn at ths
homo of his son-in-law, Lou Cook, a
mils south of Cook this morning. It Is
said that he had been drinking for sev
eral days and that hs attempted to com
mit' suicide by crawling on to the rails
under a car on the Missouri Paciflo at
Cook yesterday just as ths train was
about, to start,' but trainmen discovered
him.' Bales wss aged about K years and
leaves a widow and seven grown children
Sheriff K. I. Roberts and Coroner C. R.
Snell havs goene'to Cook to hold an In
SUES FOR FIFTEEN THOUSAND
MADISON. Neb., Jan. SH-ISpeclal.)-Petsr
Cades, an assistant fireman at the
roundhouse at Norfolk, who on Novem
ber 11. 1U, was severely scalded about
the face and upper portion of the body
by the expioatoa of a steam pipe, baa
commenced suit Jn the district court of
this county to recover from the Chicago
eV Northwestern Railway company dam
ages ia the sun of S15.0M. .Us alleges In
.'da petition that ths railroad company
was. criminally, negligent In keeping the
team pipe In weak, unsound and shaky
condition. ,11. F., Harrington of O'Neill
11 Cades' . attorney.
tare at Faraaas Robbed.
FARKAM. Nab... Jan. JU.-((peolal-Burglars
broke Into J. W. Rogers' big
department store here early this morn
ing, securing about tit In money and sev
eral pairs of ahoes and neckties. In light
ing matches to secure the goods they evi
dently threw sua Into an Inside eellarway
and started a Are. Several barrels and
boxes were burned and the floor Joist
waa nearly burned off. The fire waa In
long eeliarway wtlh the Inside door
oloeed and It could hot get draft and
smothered out. It was not discovered uatll
the store was opened at t o'clock. The
fire toes wfas eovefad sy lnsu ranee. .
K. Zrvwrraaa. &aV Osav
- F. ataiswisa, Ass. Oaaa.
t. . Beslew, FsaaUsaS.
. V. Wattles. Ttos-Prsa.
. B. Calars-eU. Ttea-rsaa.
-. S. seadaa. ask.
Lj. Of- o Saturday latU Jt-.OQ r. M.
Haiders Wwataa'e Osk Elect.
IIOLDRBGH, Nek., Jan. Jo. -(Special)
Ths Holdrage Womsa's alus has elected
officers for the year WHm aa follows;
President. Mrs. Earnest C. Potts: vice
president. Mrs. P. A. ftundeury.; record
log sseratary, Mrs. A. A, Johnson: corrr
poedlas secretary, Mrs. Harry Heflln;
titeasarer, Mrs. A. X Warren, IVoart
raent prraMcats were alas selected aa fol
low: pusai aria sdenne. Mraa Aletta Neft
music, fcrr. C B. Morgan; child at adv.
Mrs. B. Jbsea: Uteratoro. acre. J, A. Aa-
rede ration atody, Mrs. F. Par.
art. Miss Rathertno Schwartln-:
partiaaMBtarlaa. Mrs, C. U Duaaam.
Tsrk Vkett ta Ftse gkae.
TORK. Nh, Jan. l (SpeckU.V-The
rapartt tram aO over Tork eonnty, ia rs
anrd ta ta eoadltioa of winter wheat
at taJS time at that the prospect was
aeexr better for a large nron.
BsraaXa aasia at Vark.
TCSK. NMh. Jan. txpeclal.)
Ixnua Bcaadels of Rostaa will maka a
polttcal spserli at the opera house al 2:
p. m. Friday, Me speaJis In behalf of the
a ahoatlan .Vrasr
both parties wounded, demands
rnlcm, Halve. Heala wounds.
anrsa. bums. boUs. cuts or piles. Only Ik.
Far sals by Beaton l::ur v
by A. A. Artcr. whose nsinc was first
Un it and who was jlt.re for
I filing and circulating It.
The Harmon petition wits filed In
Mwln l'alloon, of Falls City. Ni b., and
waa signed b h'm arid thirty other
democratic residents of that lily. It whs
given to the secretary of stele shortly
befurw noon. Harmon's name is now
added to those of Woodrow Wilson and
Ilobert U. Rosa, the latter an inhabitant
of 1-ejUnKton. Neb., whose presidential
petition was filed by fellow tesl lonls of
Kdwln Kalloon, Frank Smith, A. Zimber.
A. J. Ifelmlrk. John Oajrnn. Conam,
A. R Fraker. C. C. Itavicl. J U lrd,
I. U Al.lrtvh. f. J. Huhcr. K. V. Mr-
i iwrr. Krnest U-,.ii. J. y. rTolnl.-k. '.
ioree. ,. w. .Morris, It. A. N.lts.1.
J. II. Hutrhlngs. F. J tlhcr. I. '. Mut.
leis C liWMtils. Auum K. (htlitt, llenrv
tlerdes, J II. Moss. Mas J. Ilartnutn.
Harvey Wshl. F. N". Pan hen. W. S. Snil
ojs, Albert Bode. W. T. Fenton. M.
Mr. Arter filed the following not'.i'S of
Secretary of State Ailiilaon Walt. I.ln
col.i. Neb : (.earning that it Is not the
ili-. lie of William J. Hrvan that his name
aptH-ar mi the democratic ticket as a
presidential candidate and learning that
he deslrt-a lo go to the democratic nt
ttonsl convention as s dHi-gale-at-larae
from the state of NVbraitke, I hereby
wllhdrsw tho petition filed by me.
tiSlglied) A. A. ARTER.
Reed t ampletea Filing
The long expected filing of Willis K.
Reed of Madison as a democratic candi
date for the t'nlted States senate, was
made today. If he should sun-red In Isnd
ing the plum It would seem to Indicate
hla law firm was a good one for ambi
tious politicians to Join, William V. Allen
Omaha's Only Modern Clothing Store.
The Home of Vuallty Clothe.
ATB MaVLF OM OT CIKrTatXb.
Even if your boy don't need cloth
ing now, it will pay you handsomely
to anticipate bla future requirement a
Your money Is mere valuable when
thus Inveited la clothes than if draw
ing i intereat. Come while the
nuking Is good.
ta.no te fit 00 gaits. I1M ts ns.os
H-aO to ls.00 Orataoaln. lJilsM.M
Don't lose sight of the fact that this great
Js a btina-fitlf reduction event H-rtaining
to King-Swauson Quality garments. There is
no r'peciaHy jmrfliasetl elotliiiifr ineludeJ.
Jn other words, we do not follow the usual
eustoin of buying job lots for sale purposes
ami fortius? them off oil an unsusiHt'tinp
puhlie as our regular goods. Every garment
Iioars the earmarks of quality and stylo that
lias made this store the most talked alniut
clothing store in the country. Plenty of sizes
and plenty of kinds for all.
$10.00 to $35.00 Suits for $5.00 to $17.50
$10.00 to $40.00 Overcoats for $5.00 to $20.00
$10.00 to $35.00 Top Coats for $5.00 to $17.50
$10.00 to $30.00 Raincoats for $5.00 to $15.00
$ 5.00 to $20.00 Slip-Ons for $2.50 to $10.00
was twice a member of tho I'nlted Stains
si-nate. the second time through the
medium of the famous "sting of In
giailiude," and John llnblnson. snothrr
menitier of the firm, now dad. was
elrrteU to roiurreaa from the Third dis
trict. J. W. Kelly. sergent-at-arma of the
last house, sent In his filing as a dome
i ratio candidate tor secretary ot state on
Imtli the democratic and populist tickets.
The democratic filing la a personal one
and the populist la by petition.
J. M. Urace of Mascot. Harlan county,
haa filed as a democratic candidate for
serstor from the Twenty-rirst district.
His petition Is signed among othcra by
W. J. Furs. William Kvereon and A. C.
John C. Yeiaer of Omaha, who admits
he Is the father of the Roosevelt boom In
Nebraska, while In the city yesterday
had a conference with Secretary Oorrlrk
of the 1m. Follette organisation, but
ndiher was willing lo discuss the under
stanrilnK. if any. arrived at between them.
The Ia Follette league announces the
first speech by Lewis L. Brandeta will
be at tho Third district progressiva, con
vention at rreuiont. Thursday afternoon,
and will sprsk the same evening st David
FORTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLAR
" LOSS BY FIRE AT PROSSER
HASTINGS. Neh.. Jan. .-tSpeclal
Telegram.) r Ire spreading from a hot
water heating plant In the Plakrnblller
barber shop esrly today destroyed four
buildings In trosser, twelve ml Irs north
west of Hastings.
The losses are: Csrson Morrow,
drug store and building, owned by . W.
Smith. W.K: Tom Itlakenblller, barber
chop and building, owned by T. K.
Bowlln. tl.eW; R. o. Wlrfel, butcher shop
and building, owned by Louis Katsberg,
tl.sou; V. J. HoMnson. gsiage and build
ing, It.SJ). Total. 10.n; Inauraiice. (.:.
SUICIDE AT H0SKINS
NORFOLK. Neb., Jan. ML-Desipondetit
over lark of medical prat lire and hla own
III health, in-. Hchemel of llosktn. Neb ,
aged ta, aulclded by drinking carbolic at-ld
fnana Patient Killed.
KASTINUS. Neb.. Jan. M lSperlal Tele.
gram.-Theodore Erlck, aged TO, an In
mats of Iiurlealde saylum. was killed b
a Burlington train a mile from the asylum
this artemoon. Ha wandered away from
the Institution and was alone when the
accldcat occurred. Krh k waa committed
from Wayne, county ten years ago and
because he waa only mildly Insans had
been permitted to stay In ths open ward.
Are your folks warm enough?
What kind of a home do you serve up to your folks? Is it as
"stun-cold" as a frozen pudding and seasoned with ashes, dust,
soot, or other unwhole
some things, from some
monster in the cellar?"
Oris it still worse from
fuel-greedy stoves up
stairs and down? If so,
put these enemies to
health and happiness
out of the house! . Put
in an outfit of our
W I T M
and have every room cozy and wiirm
from kitchen to attic. Then you will
serve up to your loved ones a home
free from chill, dust, dirt and odors
a domicile of delight, thoroughly pro
tected against wind and weather. Cleaning work reduced one-halt; and
the damage done to furnishings prevented our outfits do much to free
the women from house-drudgery.
AMERICAN Radiators arc placed along the outside walls and under windows,
where prompt heating is insured in severe weather, or where a low fire with
little coal burned will take off the chill in mild weather. You get just the degree
of heat wanted, where most needed, and no needless burning of coaL
Our IDEAL Boilers are built to burn all kinds of Aid -hard,
soft, lignite, pea, wood or gas. They are self-regulated and require
no running up and down stairs to change the dampers. City
water connection not required. The work and fuel required by
one stove-fire will in many cases warm the whole house. No
parts to wear out, warp or crack outlast the building.
A He. W-IM IDEAL Boiler sad Ut . ofM.
as. AMERICAN Radiaura, castiec lb.
semsr $250. seare Bead ts nasi thX
eettaee. At Shi. sries lha svnds can as
beuctit ot aa reputable, easspetsat
fitter. Thi. did not iaclud. easts ot
labor, ptpa. vahra, frets-tit, etc., wska
ar. sstra ana vary accoraasff
. hHj IDEAL "f
If you want to serve up genuine ideal comfort to your dew one, and i
it with health, cleanness and least caretaking, send for catalog, Ideal Heating"
(mailed free). Prices art now most attractive.
serr poand ef fuel da Its
atassst hsstiner sears.
Thoy ss aat nasi at ar
naj, lastias ssessuuaut.
Wt kmvt elm ares tmlAtinl rrsstart trtctical. eafessaffc. imiU Vacuum Clruutr. The sssrsVss- nu Im Ike film: J sfl A Sri It m thanurUtmmJ see.
fttfy fthtrt a aVasra frum me rssau mtuufk emmU Inn nctiom fife I mat tt m't. ltd dmst-mutrtim cttler. All Ike kmutketper ar jmmmr kmmdehur
mttacM Ssss s area sacvea ptfttptutufiu muttre tfemj room, turn sa rrerrsc SsrM n Hart Cs macMiut iu crUsr, mud una s frw fulu ttrutn tf fas amass, asafscaf
Arm Wend, ytm tautamttj swat mtrtutUj aruu eerttU, rma, Jlttrt, weui. etutnfi, erctmex, Jnma, uimun. Julmret, msttruum, eremm. mrmen. erevktu
etc TkttuJ frmUdru tr. efur Ike mutt it rtmtved, it ixmttufd tknmfk fipiuf U mt asf aWn ar u0 Ike ckianuy-fu. Put mitk utmmt timpiicily ssss asrs ssW
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Sold by nil dealers.
Writs Depsuunant N-SO
413-417 Sooth Tenth St,
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