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TI1K REE: OMAHA. Till KSDAY. FEBrJlARY 1. VJ12.
RICHARDSON'S BRIDGE FIGHT i
ear disappeared today wfcen the cases
brourht acainst transfer men arretted
. ( for hauling liquor from Havelock. a
a. too oetja 10 Jda&aamus ; - ...
Board to It to low B.dder. j . T.lk. R.,
! At the office of A. R. Talbot. head of
ALOKE ! tt Modern Woodmen. It km said today
the talk of secession from the order on
aecouu. of tbe Increase In rates was ail
bosh. If for no other reason because the
seeders would have no other place to go.
as most Mates prohibit companies hav
ing lower rates than the ones proposed
by the Woodmen, sir. Talbot says he ts i
C03DQSSI0HISS GO IT
Declare Taey faa ! Better Taaa
1'aa.traetora Waa. Taey Hectare,
Are la Call aeloa Cash Paid
t far State Warraata.
Officers for Term!
1JNCOLN. Neb., Jan. S.-Kev. E. T.
Russell of College View. Neb., was se
lected president of the Central I'nion con
ference of the Seventh lay Adventists
or me next menniai xerm at tne session ,..--.., , Dw r-inr
of the conference held here today. This i INLcNUlART FIRE
Includes the states of Nebraska. Kanas.
Missouri, tvtorado and Wyoming and the ;
St. Louis mi.ion field. A. T. Hobinson ;
j composed of William Didrirksen. O. G.
j Smith. Warren Pratt. J. W. Patterson,
R. Kd wards, P. W. McCulre. W. W.
Barney and El Bowker The foundation
for the factory la nearly completed and
the building will begin at once.
Contracts will be made with farmers
of the county for a sufficient acreage to
give the factory a good run.
DESTROYS MINDEN HOME
(From a Staff Correspondents
LINCOLN, Neb.. Jan. J1.-4 Special -tiny
A. L,ook. of Richardson county was
not sat 'sP.eI with the manner In which
the supervisors of the county handled
MlVI'lC'V Vsal. Ian . .I.l . -
confident the sober thought of the mem- College View was elected vice presi-; Sunta. oveninn the fire company was
bers of the order Mil endorse the aeton "" and Miss Mettle Cornell of College callrd , (h Mnt Ad lJe rldr
taaen. t lew. secreiary. onege lew is ine siu
of the conference school, Cnljn college.
KlntrlMl U.te.. Wlfik.
C. . Klttlnger. SIT Xortii seventeenth : Tn N""" I'nion cjnference. also
i where a fire In the kitchen near the rhlm
' ney had burned through a partition be
'. fore behuc extinguished. The furniture
bridge matters and aked the court to j street, advises the city authorities trai meeung nere, named i tiaries i r.ompton WM mm, froln 1(, hlli!dinK Bt nut
issue a writ of mandamus to compel ' he baa an electoral appliance by hU-h of Grayavllle. Tcnn.. as president of the i back Momtaav. ami Monday evening fire
them to readveritse for bids and let the
i work to the lowest bidder. The district
court refused to Issue the writ and Cook
' hag appealed to the supreme court, me
supervisors rejected all bids and 'resolved
that they would build their own bridges,
wllejdng collusion between bidders, of
' whom thera were seven, and also that the
) bidders on previous contracts had not
'treated the county fairly.
! Cook brought his action under the law i
. which says that all bridges costing more
than $.' shall be let to the lowest bid
' der. The commissioners set up that they
j could save the county money by having
' the work done under their own direction.
Meller ta Slans. City.
, Secretary Mellor of the mate Fair
j board has gone to Sioux City to attend
I a meeting of the racing circuit composed1
I of the Nebraska. Iowa and South Da
I kota stale fairs and the Sioux City In
' teratate fair. The object of the meeting
is to arrange a uniform race program.
J. W. 61 ahan, deputy state auditor, Is
: off duty on account of sickness.
Caaklaa- state Warrants.
AH outstanding atate warrants have
been called for payment today and from
I thta date it ts expected that warrants
will be cashed as Issued. The county
1 treasurers have been sending In their
remittances more freely of late and the
treasurer anticipates he will have plenty
of money to meet future demands.
Senators far Neleaa BUI.
The State Hallway commission baa .re
ceived letters from both Senators Hitch
cock and Brown that they are heartily
in favor of the Nelson bill which pro
hibits the federal courts from enjoining
the enforcement of state iawa regarding
railroad rates and service. Senator
Hrown says he favors a law going even
farther titan the Nelson bill and would
include In the Inhibition the collection of
taxes. They say the Indications are fa
vorable to the passage of the bill, which
lias the united support of practically
every railway commission in the union.
estate Superintendent Iielsell has gone
to Tobias to address a gathering ot teach
ciw. The Board of Public Inds and Build
ings having succeeded In getting the
tuberculosis hospital in operation, la now
figuring on the annexes which It is pro
posed to erect to this structure.
mate Auditor Barton " Is la Wilcox,
where he delivered an address to a gath
ering at farmers.
. Pecallarlty vl Law.
Meuretary Royse of the Hiate Banking
board' calls attention ta peculiarity of
the guaranty law under which a bank
which received Its first drporit of state
funds since the levy was made tor the
guaranty fund would be entitled to the
deposit without paying anything for It.
as no funds of the bank had been as
sessed for the guaranty of the state de
oslt. This condition would exist until
the next levy waa mado for the guaranty
Oil Inspector Husenetter has gone to
Chicago to attend a convention of state
Governor Aldrlcb is expected back the
latter I'art or this week and Immediately
on his return Is expected to take some
action regarding state representation be
fore the Omaha grand Jury,
IH-lsell Reads Clrralars.
State guperlntencent Delsell Is sending
cut to county superintendents and teach-
' ers circulars urging them to aid In the
testing of seed corn and Instructing them
l:ow to niake the teats. Vhe instructions
irnt out are those formulated at the state
farm and all of them are simple, Inex-
lf naive and easily manipulated. The cir
culars wlU call atentlua to the Importance
of making the tests this year In partic
ular, and urge the teachers to activity
In this direction. ' ,
Viae for Oplaaa Kaiokiac.
May Jones and M. A. Moore, colored.
, were each fined ll'J ar.d costs today In
tolloa court for smoking opium. When
the police raided tbe bouse they found the
ouple cooking up a quantity ot the
drug and putting it in. condition for
J. A. icavttt, superintendent of the Ne
braska Society for. the Friendless, is au
thority for the statement that a bill
which has the O. K. of the governor will
be introduced in the next legislature
which wilt prohibit the marriage ot de
fectives and also p.ovtde that all ap
plicants for a marriage license must
present a certificate ot a physician.
he can tell them where to bore for wai.er. executive committer. The work of the
Ho asserts that he finds plenty of naur ' session was'dfvoted to business,
on South street weft of the tsota'.Mi
nospnaj and that its f.ow Is toward I tie - . . . ' lrnd on and onlv the outer walls of tli
northwest. lie ij cunftdf-nt if they will ! association of Boul.ler. Colo., which i , , ...
bore at tite place indicated they .:! find an Institution In the Central I'nion con
ference, the following trustee's were
elected: A. T. Robinson of College View.
E. T. Rusell of College View. C. It. Kite
aiiiaiaa eniiprnrnne w iirnver. 1010.; it. ii. .1. ejrren 01
tniLHUU lUnirtnCRUC BoulOrr. Colo; J. t:. Wcll.r of IVnver.
Colo., and E. J. Raker of Houlder, Colo.
It was voted to incorporate the Sani
tarium Food company of Boulder, and the
an Inexhaustible supply.
EAGER RETURNS FROM
j was discovered In the dining room, hut on
.account of the eluh Ice in the hu th
i roof man fainna in before water was
building were aaved. The origin of the
fire la unknown, as there was no one re
siding In the houoe, but P. O- Turner ex
pected to move in Monday. After the Ut
fire pieces of a mattress were found in
the room where the fire started that were
saturated with coal oil.
LINCOLN. Neb.. Jan. :i.-(Speclal-llanacer
Karl O. Kssvr has returneJ
home from Chicago where he meet with I snowing were recommended as Incur.
reMn..e..uvos 01 u.e evnoow 01 me porators: Dr. II. A. Green. C. R. Kite.
Eight conference Saturday. Eager had
no comment to make regarding his visit
to Chicago and said that he had nothing
to give out until, he had consulted with
It Is known, however, that Kacer was
conferring with both Michigan and "Wis
consin representatives regarding games
with both of the big schools. Nebraska
is extremely anxious to meet both Mich
igan and Wisconsin If the dates can be
arranged although the Cornhuskers have
made absolutely no overtures to either
regarding dates. It Is expected that the
matter will be definitely settled within
a few days.
Stlehm likewise had nothing to say re
garding Eager's visit to Chicago.
The biggest boost for a game between
Nebraska and Michigan comes from the
Michigan alumni, living In the state and
J. O. Weller. Ward Cooper. Earl Justin.
A meeting of this board will, be held in
Boulder on February 13.
At the Northern I'nion conference ses
sion the executive committee wss elected
as follows: President. Charles Thompson
of Graysvllle, Tenn.; C. A. Pcdlcord. Ne
vada, la ;,M. N. Campbell of Nevada. S.
E. Jackson of Minneapolis. C. J. Ktihalta
of Harvey, N. U. C. l. Babcock of Red
field. 8. I) ; W. W. Ruble of Alexandria.
Minn.; F. E. Paynter of Minneapolis, M.
N Andreason of Hutchinson. Mtun., and
Dr. C. W. Heald of Nevada, la.
The trustees for the Danish-Norwegian
school, which Is locatr-d at 11ut--lilnson.
Minn., were named as follows: Charles
Thompson, 1 If. Christen of Minnesota.
8. K. J:ickson. M. N. A ml reason. W. W.
Ruble, A. P. Hansen ot Kxira. la,; Alfred
adjoining territory. Tliey have written Jensen of Vlborg. S. D.: P. M. Hansen of
to the Cornhusker management urging
Nebraska to ask tor a place on the Wol
verine schedule and have also taken the
matter up with the Michigan manni;e
ment Michigan alumni are anxious for the
game and alll leave nothing undone to se
cure a contest either at Ann Arbor or
Lincoln, preferably at the latter place,
between the Wolverines and :he Cornhuskers.
GOOD EXHIBITS MADE
AT BRUNING INSTITUTE
BUl'NINtl. Xeb., Jan. 31.-Cpecial.l-A
success fill farmers' institute has Just
closed here. The fine weather prevailing
brought out a large audience and the
large, fine opera house was crowded to
the limit an four sessions, with a total
attendance of tfTS. Tha lectures were
Interesting snd to the point. The Bru
nlng Military band of thirty pieces fur
nished the music. The display In the
women's auxiliary department In domes
tic science and art was fine. Premiums
to the amount of l-'S were given In this
department. There were seventy entries
In the corn display, twenty In wheat and
taenty-two In oats. The premiums In
this department for men amounted to
Ills, and were given by the merchants
and business men of Bruning The corn
Judge found quite a number ot dead ears
in the corn exhibits.
Martla Writes Reawlatlaa.
Volume 1, No. 1, of a monthly magasine.
Public Service Regulation." has been re
ceived and contains an article by Attor
ney General Martin on federal courts and
regulation of rates by states. Mr. Mar
tin recites the growing tendency of fed
eral courts to hold that tbe sole power
to regulate transportation matters lies In
the federal government, and discusses at
considerable length tha legal questions in
volved, pointing out where the present
tendency Is exac tly opposite to the ear
lier holdings of the same courts.
The Sanborn decision hi held up as go
ing far beyond anything heretofore given
Judicial sanction and argues that If It Is
upheld, not only the rate making power
of tne state is destroyed, but that the
states are Seriously Involved ui regulat
ing such matters as capitalisation, and
In fact the power of the stste Is prac
tically nullified In every respect. He says
that had congress enacted a law assert
ing such federal prerogatives every state
In tha anion would nave been aroused
and tbe members of congress would hsve
Jerasae Ssalth Dead.
Jerome R. Smith, member of the law
firm of Hairier Smith, died today at
his home In this city. He came to Lin
cola about eight years ago from Aurora,
where he had previously been engaged hi
tbe practice of law. and bad been on the
district bench. He waa a director and
secretary of the Lincoln Traction com
pany and a director of the Fairmont
Creamery company. He also served as
chief counsel of the Royal Highlanders.
The last known relic af Lincoln's dry
YORK COUNTY HARVEST
HOME SOCIETY IS FORMED
YORK. Neb., Jan. Jl. (8peclal.)-Tues-
day night an enthusiastic meeting was
held, which was attended by a number of
the representative business men of the
city, to formulate plana to hold a fair of
some kind In Tork during the fall of Wli.
By a unanimous vote It was decided to
incorporate a "York County Harvest
Home Society." to further the develop
ment of York county In agricultural
products and the encouragement of man
ufacture and promoting knowledge In the
arts of sciences, the meeting adjourned
to meet one week from tonight to further
Wisconsin, and I jirs Nielsen of College
Ministerial credentials were Issued to
the following: R. A. t'nderwood, Charles
Thompson. M. N. Andreuson, I. hV Ber
theism. M. N. Itepc. C. A. Pedlford, W.
Other licenses granted were the follow
ing: Mlnlatertal-F. E. Paynter of Min
neapolis. Missionary T. V. Cltluion of Minneapo
lis, W. J. MaxBn ot Minneapolis.
Resigns His Place
HA ST. 1 CJS, Neb. Jan. Sl.-tSpeclal
Telegram.) President A. K. Turner, for
four and a half yrars the head of llant
intra colluge, resigned today to become a
director of the Pennsylvania Chautauqua
ajuioctation, with headquarters at Phila
delphia. The rerlicnatlun ts effective Feb
The action Is the result. In part, of
friction between the educational commis
sion of the Presbyterian synod of Ne
braska and the local hoard of trustees.
President Turner's administration ha
been marked by notable progress In the
college. The' local trustees have sup
ported him loyally and all may renlgn
at the end of the present college year.
Iean Martin Kemp, profesHor of edu
cation and pMlosophy, will probably act
as preiident until the election of a new
WORK ON ARNOLD BRANCH
IS PROGRESSING RAPIDLY
CALLAWAY. Neb.. Jan. M.-iSpeoiaU-The
steel for the extension of the Kear
ney & Black HI Ms branch of the Cnl.ui
Pacific from this place to near (iandy,
the county seat of Logan county. Is now
arriving daily and Is being unloaded here.
The brtdKe gang, which la working on
the extension, lias completed Its wc-rk
as far a Arnold, a distance of eighteen
miles. The laying of the steel will neain
March I. and It Is expected by the coin
pany thai the first locomotive will run
Into Arnold about April t This will be ait
ewnt when the good people of Arnold
have been looking forward to for the Jast
thirty years, and they wilt celebrate the
event with a big barbecue and rally.
Ts teddlaas at ebrstaka ( My.
NEBRASKA CITY. Neb.. Jan. ai.-bYed
M. Btiehler and Mfsa Anna tjohl were
married yesterday morning at the St.
Benedict Catholic church and after a
wedding dinner at the home of the
groom's mother, they left for the eat on
their wedding tour. They will make thin
city their rut u re home.
Harvey t Tubba of this city and Mi us
Nellie Mr-ad of Payne, la., went t
Marlon, la., on the eighteenth and were
married. They kept their marriage quiet
until yesterday, when It leaked out and
they wont to housekeeping tn a home that
had been fitted up by the groom.
NEWS NOTES OF ALLIANCE
ttraaa Jary- la Baa Batte Caaatr
Hetaras ladlrtaaeata Aawlast
ALMA FAIR ASSOCIATION
HOLDS ANNUAL ELECTION
ALMA. Neb., Jan. .Il.-tKpec.aU-The
stockholders of the Alma Interatate Fair
association held -their annual meeting at
the court bouse Monday afternoon and
elected the following officers for the yean
V. II. Lewis, president; t.tarney Kouk,
vice president; II. T. Moore, secretary; YV.
U. llakell, treasurer; I. H. Hardin and
D. it. McCleery, directors for three-year
term. Tha only changes of officials made
were the two directors who are new on
tha board, itecretary Moore reported the
society free from debt with f11.39 In the
treasury. All the building have ben
put In good repair and newly painted. The
financial report so pleased the stockhold
ers that they were unanimous in deciding
to make the next annual exhibit the
greatest event of Its kind In tha state,
and the secretary at once started a move
ment to secure a complete agricultural ex
hibit of the products of the county in
connection with the stock show.
MANY COYOTES KILLED
IN VICINITY OF CALLAWAY
ALLIANCE, Neb., Jan. SI.-(Speclal.)-J.
J. Walker of this city was successfully
operated on for appendicitis today, at the
8t. Joseph's hospital.
George Morgan, a wealthy ranchman,
arrived here early this morning from his
ranch, bringing Ms son-in-law, P. R
Allen, who had received painful Injuries
while riding for medical attention. It
was feared that a limb waa broken, but
an X-ray examination at the St. Joseph
hopsltal disclosed the tact that la Is noth
ing more than a very severe sprain of
J. B. Kennedy, formerly of this city,
who sustained severe Injuries some few
weeks sgo In a motor accident, was In
town today, and visited St. Joseph's .
pltai for the examination of bis limb
walch had been set here. j
The Grand Jury la still In session, and
a number ot unexpected Indictments have
been returned against residents ot this
city and Hemingford. the defendants gen
erally pleading guilty, and getting off
with fines and costs.
Lawrence Romer was fined tli and
costs tor gambling.
a mttnl. of Hemlneford nartles were In
dicted for selling liquor without a license.
in their case sentence waa auspenaea pro- ,I1V 1 nelu fr DKDIrC
id. .hev do not aln commit the ! GUY LOGAN OF PARKS
Fines ranging fram ES to S were en
tered against the pool halls In this city,
either for selling cigars to minors or al
lowing them to play pool.
The Beml-Weekly Times, which was
sold to Wllllsm Miller hist October, has
again passed Into the hands of Its former
owner, H. J. Ellis of this city, who will
again conduct this business from Feb
rto V V Roland who has heen nrartla.
in tn tills city for about a year, and who! hlcD n diM' w" bout J"
was defeated efor county coroner by
CALLAWAY, Jan. M.-Farmers and
stockmen of this locality report coyotes
to be more numerous at this time than
they have been In a number of years.
and the cold weather has made them very
treacherous. Many report the loss of
chickens and pigs, and In some Instances
the animals have killed and devoured
small calves. Beveral hunts have been
made and a number captured. Three boys.
residing just northeast of Callaway, went
out with their hounds one day recently
and In two hours had seen seven coyotes,
the hounds capturing three of them. John
MoGuIre, a prosperous farmer and stock
man residing northeast of Callaway, has.
during the winter so far. captured and
killed fifty-three ot the animals with his
pack of hounds. George Troyer, another
farmer, reports that he has trapped ten
of the animals so far this winter.
farmer ftelaea vflta Paralysis.
ASHLAND. Neb.. Jan. Ju. t.peclal Tele
gram.) While preparing tu butcher hog,
at the farm of Harrison Wagner In
Marble precinct, northwest of Ashland.
Ijloyd Hproat. aged about years, was
seised with a stroke of paralysis, and es
caped fulling Into a kettle of boiling wa
ter only -by the prompt action of Mr.
Wagner, who raw his plight. Fatal re
sults are feared. Mr. Bproat waa removed
to the home of hla sun-ln-law, Jesse
Clark, near Memphis.
318-320 South 16th. St.'
Saturday morning at 8 o'clock we will open our final
Our entire stock of high class wear
ing apparel for women arid misses
at prices that will positively astound
the women of Omaha.
See Our Advertisement in Friday
Welcomed to Boston
H08TON. Jan. XI. -A blinding snow
storm tempered the warmth of the wel
come to O'Connell. cardinal archbishop
of t tost on, on his arrival from Home.
al;ern he went to recede the Insignia
of the high office In the church from
the handa of the pope.
greeting mere exchanged tn the library
of 1m steamer Canopic by Hlshop Ander
son on behalf of the church, by Mayor
ritagerald on behalf of the city and by
Kdwln Curtis, collector of the port.
Arrangementa for the reception of the
cardinal were held up for an hour
through the discovery that there waa a
suspected case of small pox on the
YOUTHFUL PAIRFOUND DEAD
Katie McLaagKlia and Oswald Nel
icn Inhale Oai Fumei.
otea from Beatrice.
UK A THICK. Neb., Jan. SL- Special.)
The G.:ge County Society of Agriculture'
will hold a meeting here (Saturday after
noon when Prof. Howard of tha state
university will give a lecture on the care
WATTERSON COMMENTS ON
COMMHIA, 8. C. Jan. 31. -Colonel
Henry Watteraon, en route to his winter
home in Florida, Issued the following
statement this afternoon on the Wllson-llarvey-Wattcrson
"Touching the Harvey-Wilson letters
given out yesterday, I have to say that
from first to lftt I have been acting not
only with Colonel Harvey's full knowl
edge and approval, but upon his Insist
ence; thai from tlio beginning be was
moat Impatient of delay, sending a per
sonal representative to me at Atlanta
December 24, and again the same repre
sentative to Richmond Pecember 3t, urg
ing me to take the Initiative; that tie waa
unqualified in endorsing my statement
of the Manhattan club Incident, wiring
forthwith to declare It 'perfect,' and he
4 with me at the New W I Hard in
Washington up to last Sunday night.
sharing all I did and had done.
'As to those democrats who have male
hero of Wlison becausa of hla break
with Harvey, how shall they aquare
themselves with the eternal verities now
that they learn that Wilson and Harvey
are weeping upon each other's bosomtt?"
RAILROADS TO GIVE PIPE
ORGAN TO CITY OF DENVER
liKNVKR, Jan. 21 The Denver Times
today says that the I'nion Pacific and
Burlington rallruads have agreed as part
consideration for the right tolay Joint
tracks on Market street to give KO.an to
the city of Denver, the money to be used
In Installing a large pipe organ in the
city's auditorium building. Official an
nouncement of tha gift. It ts said. Is to
be made In the mayor's budget tonlsht
when thai document la presented to the
dty council. The money, It Is Understood.
Is to be available as soon as flie city
council passes the ordinance granting the
railroads their desired light of wsy.
DROPS DEAD IN ROAD
EDWIil HAWLEY DENIES
REPORT OF HIS DEATH
NEW YORK. Jan. Jl. -I.Ike Mara
Twain. Fdaln Has ley. the railroad mag
nate, said today, when told of reports
that be was dying, thst the reports "were
CHICAGO, Jan. . -Officers were
elected and permanent organisation was
conpleted here today by the National
Automobile Ivalera' Aasoclstlon of
Amertrs, which asa Incorporsted under
the laws of Illinois. The charter mem
bership comprises 1.100 dealers In eastern
and middle western stales. The officers
elected are: President, n. 8. Wlnegar,
.lr1nt!eld. 111.: vice president. Julian
Hroeht, l'ans. 111.; secretery-tresaurer, to.
A. Young, Woomlngtrtn, III; dtreun.ra, U
V. O'Donnell, Jacksonville; Homer. W
Wilson, t'arllnvtlle; l. P. Mnrquard. Lin
coln; James (I. Parker, Maroa; ". M
Jones, Clinton: A. II. Cain, Huodhouse
M. lliahford, Urnnllo City, 111.
MADERO'S UNCLE PREDICTS
MEXICO' UNION WITH U. S.
AT. II'I3. Mo., Jan. The margins
of the Cnlted mates and Mexico Into one
republic has been brought one step nearer
realisation, according to Halvadcro Ma
dero, financier and uncle of Francisco
Mudero, president uf Mexico. In an Inter
view here tonight.
"Mv nenhew. although only 3 years
old Is a great lover of Ainerienns and
nythlng American 111 spirit, declared
Henor Madero. "Ho always lias been
treated to well by Americans that he can
not but have high regard for them and
their principles. If It had not been for Ihe
encouragement and support of Americans,
he could not have accomplished what he
did without much greater difficulties.
It perhaps will be many years before
the standards of government In the two
countries are so nearly equalised thai
they can merge. It will take yenrs of lm-
nlsmllon from the Vnited Plates io
change the customs thnl have been fol
lowed by some daises tor centuries.
ITALIAN COUNTESS WANTS
DAUGHTER TO SUPPORT HER
CHICAGO, Jan. .-Counta Llllta
Delia Predosa. wife of count r.rmeno
Vollna Delia Predosa of Turin, Italy, ap
peared In the county court here today
and asked aid In compelling a daughter.
Miss Pauline Fox. an actress, to support
her. The countess told ol uer marriage
aa the daughter of Oeneral Compos, now
In command of the Hpanlsh army at
Barcelona, in 19. In New York city.
after she fell In love with Delia Predosa
while on a transatlantic voyage, in
1 they separated, while living on a
California ranch, she said, snd for yesrs
she received (Mo a month from her hus
band's father. Her case will be de
HE JUST HERE FROM DENMARK
laaaaT Farelawer llaa Raew la
Aeserfea Oal? Three llaya aaal
Dies Kew Hear. After Hla
Arrival la flaaaaa.
Three days of life In the I'nited Slates
ended Tuesday night In the death of Os
wald Nelson, who had come from Den
mark t.i seek his fortune. Ijylng side by
side with Katie Mclaughlin, a pretty
young girl, he was found at 7:30 o'clock
Wednesday morning In a room at the
Monadnock hotel. Fifteenth and Capitol
avenue. Hath were dead from Inhaling
gas fumes. Tha bodies have been taken
In charge by Coroner Crosby,
Kelsen, who was SI years old. arrived
In Omaha from New York Tuesday night.
lis was a stranger, but soon found a
friend In Adnlph Bodholdt, another Dane,
living at Sll Reward street. Bodholdt
wanted to show his fellow countryman a
pleasant Urns upon his advent Into
America so they Joined forces with Katls
and Annie Mclaughlin. Tha former
worked In a restaurant and lived at Ihe
Monadnock. The living sister resides at
KM North Twenty -fourth street.
Ranker Tab Dlsraaareled.
Jn,, the room occupied by Nelsen and
Kaile Mclaughlin Is a gaa heater. In
some manner Ihe rubber tulie became dis
connected from the stove and tha room
waa soon filled with gas.
The fate uf the young man and woman
became knoan at 7:10 yesterday mnrn
nitl when Annie Mclaughlin went to
awaken her sister. Hhe rapped on tha
door, and there waa no response. The
odor of gas was detected and the door
was broken down snd the bodies when
found were cold. Indicating that the vic
tims had been dead for several hours.
House for Omaha
The tsiablishmcnt of an ftinaha branch
uf the Hoiiihern Hiaies Tunientlne com
pany, wllli headquarters at Cleveland,
O., Ik announced by Chairman Kdgar
Allen of the Industrial committee of the
Charles 1 Pollock, lul.ely with Ihe
Atlas OH coiniwiiy, formerly owner of the
(ale City Chemical company. Is In
charge. Warehouse space has been se
cured with the Omaha Warehouse com
pany, Hiilh ami Jones, where a 120,000 to
tt.OM mock will lie carried, and tem
porary offk-es will he opened In the Mc-
Cague buildings. The concern will dis
tribute, from Onisha, turpentine, linseed
oil. Japanned oil products and faints in
Nebraska. Iowa. Kansas, Missouri. Okla
homa. Colorado. Wyoming, Houth Dakota
and Montana. About thirty persons will
be employed. Including office force, ware
house fores snd salesmen.
BELLEVUE RESERVOIR TO BE
PLACED ON COLLEGE HILL
It has been finally decided that the
reservoir fur the Bellevue water works
Is to be located on the highest point of
the college hill, midway between the
buildings and the chatitauo.ua grounds.
The college committee has been conferring
villi the committee of the village board,
and has recommended that tha alts be
granted to the Tillage, with tha proviso
that the main Is to- extend from the sr
tetUn wells below through the campus
to the reservoir, thus Insuring plenty ot
fire protection to the college buildings In
rasa of need. The Intention la to locate
the reservoir so that the surrounding
tract my be parked and beautified, and
the value of the adjacent property will
he In no say diminished.
Riifi In Cod Uver OlL
Nt Other Emubloo las Tbe Qullty
There Are Two Sizes 1 6 oz. nd
8 oz. Each Brown' Bode Only.
No fcUff To Eat Up Quanbr
A 11 Druggitts are Clad to Sell It
Children Love It Taste Good j
Sample Bottle Free by Mail
That those who are seeking health and
strength for .'icmselves, children, rela
tives or friends may experience the lire
giving properties of this exclusive Nor
way gold medal osonlsed cod liver oil
medicinal food emulsion as well as to
know Oxomulslon superiority in being
most palatable and easy to take a gen
erous 3-os. bottle will be sent by mall to
those who send sddresses by postcard or
letter to Oxomulslon. Ml Pearl Bt, N. T.
CHILDREN WANT IT
THREE TINES A DAT
Omaha children want "Minnesota'' mac
aroni and spaghetti three times a day.
They are delighted with It's delicious.
nut-like flavor, and Omaha ladles find
there la nothing better for them.
People are Just beginning to realise
that good macaroni and spaghetti are the
beat and most nourishing foods and they
will take Ihe place of meat very largely.
They are easily prepared and no one ever
tires of them, because they can be served
n so many appetising ways.
But If you want that rich. nut-Ilka
flavor be sure and get tha delicious
Minnesota" brand macaroni or spag
hetti mads from the finest Northern
Durum wheat, with all the nourishing
tiluten left In. It Is easily digested snd
never gets soggy. All good Omaha gro-
ers sell It
RAILROAD AUDITOR DIES
OF SPINAL MENINGITIS
Indigestion." said Mr. Has ley. "but I do
BBXKI-EMA.V. Neb.. Jan. a .-(Special.) I nnt regard ou, when , min
-Guy Wan. a farmer, was found desd .tle , f0 doWD , my offi.9 ,
HIAWATHA. Kan.. Jan 31 I- SI.
Boppert, auditor for the Missouri Pa
cific railway. Is dead here after three
days' Illness with spinal mrniiigitu. Tin
bode will be sent to St. Douls late to
day for burial.
in the road about five miles north of
rares. tnis county, lueeoay morning, net ,t WM uM M, .w , ntfin ,
had been visiting a neighbor a mile from L ,ad no, be.n at work , w,,k
where lie was staying and left at about H(J subortln,, 1M no, r, lo prea,ct
. o'clock for home. He was a sufferer , wheB , would nl, aCTln.
from heart trouble and It is supposed an '
attack overcame him on the road, from
Jan. n.-MaJor T.
narrow margin by Dr. Charles E. Slagle
last fall, has removed hla of flea to Hem
ingford where he will practice In the
Nebraska Clothing company announce
thair famous collar sale Saturday one
day only box of 4 guaranteed 4-ply col
lars. 3c the event of the eeasoa.
NEBRASKA CLOTHING CO.
age and the son of County Treasurer and J
Mrs. John R. IjOgan ot Benkleman.
Waterloo Draa Forgr Caaaaaar.
WATERLOO, la.. Jan. JL-(Hpci.U Tel
egram.) The plant of the Waterloo Drop
Forge company was mined by fire last
night, the damage being estimated at
s.!r. alth Insurance of S18,-j0I.
Caaalagr Casspaay Offleera.
KEARNEY. Neb.. Jan. H. (SpedlaD
At the stockholders' meet!ng of the
Kearney Canning company held this
morning the directors snd officers were
chosen. W. W. Barney, president: C. W.
KIMer. vice president, snd fc. Bowser. ;,w I .if, puis, snd soon
secretsry-treasnrer. acre the officers j trouble vanish. Ucaranteed. SS cents,
cctsea trust laa diiectwats. wtuta is For sals bjr Beaton Drug Ca.
Gat aa Asrfwl Prta-at
by fear of appendicitis? Take In-. King j"for burial.
Anderson, agent for the Atchison. Topeka
at Santa Fe: Chlcaeo. I lock Islsud at
Pacific and Vnlon Pacific railroads, for
mer member of the Kansas legislature
and mayor of Topeka. died at his home
here today of apoplexy. He was ; years
On. W. .Vermes.
Mrs. Norman, wife of W. F. Norman,
manager of Fairbanks, Morse a: Co.. died
at 2:90 yesterday morning at the Methodist
hospital. The funeral will be held Thurs
day afternoon at 4 o'clock from the resl-
: denes. Oil I'nderwood avenue. Dundee.
1 The body will be sen? to Slantury. Mo.,
No case of contagious blood poison 13 ever cured until the last particle
ef the virus has been removed irom tbe circulation. The least taint left in
the blood will sooner or later, cause a fresh outbreak of the trouble, with all
its hideous and destructive symptoms of ulcerated mouth and throat Conner
' i colored splotches, falling hair, gores and ulcers, etc. No other medicine so
surely cures contagious blood poison as S. S. S. It goes down into the
blood and steadily and surely drives out every particle of the infection. It
absolutely and perfectly purifies the blood, and leaves this vital fluid as fresh,
rich and healthy as it was before the destructive virus of contagions blood
poison entered the circulation. S. S. S. quickly takes eilect on the blood,
and gradually the symptoms disappear, the health is improved, the skin,
cleared of all spotit, sores and other blemishes, the hair stops coming out,
the mouth and thYoat heal and when & S. S. has cleansed the system of the
poison no trace of the disease is left, S. S. S. cures contagions blood poison,
because it is the greatest of all blood purifiers, tested and proven for more)
than forty years. Book on this disease with suggestions for home treatment
and any medical advice sent free to all who write.
THF- SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.
m botvel Mrs. Norman is u.vlvcit by a husbiiui
j and on" ton. Harold. 1. year old. Sh
fca-5 be?n sick but tkree week.
DR. BRADBURY, DENTIST
1506 Farnam 8L,
Plates $2.00 Lp
Extracting 25c I p
Fillings 30c I'p
Crowns .30 l"p
rhone Doug. 1750.
Missing Teeth aappUed
without Plates or Bridge
stork. Xerrea removed
witiiout pain. Work guar.
SO Tsars hew office anteed tea rears.
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