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j HE BEE:; U.UAHA, WliDNKSUAY, FEBKUAKr: V&,
A f: tKe Tiny Foot
: - Correct foot-form lasts
for children's shoes have
always been our hobby
it is fully realized, in our
"Startright Shoe," for
tvhieh we have the excla
ve Bjcency in Omaha.
Figure out how much ft eoiU
o keep tb yoanryters in gbooj
o- year not he much om
lr roa then try baylnc
' startrlght" ghoes oa thli plan
i-ml ee how much yo mill lave.
tiurintht "sl:oea toii... . -.1 leathers, button or lata stylea.
Infanta- iie, I to 91.25 nd S1.50
Children's sliM. SH to 10 $2.00 to S3.00
Children- sites, t to S SI. 50 to S2.50
y.iuet' girt. U to In. t. .......... $2.50 to 83.75
V7 . Attention!
'"'Frank Campbell, Jr, voted the
best boy scout in Omaha' and who
has been annotated the representa
tive of Omaha boy scouts to meet General Baden-Powell
Wednesday, has selected our offical boy scout shoe to
wear with his uniform.
No scout' ontflt It compute without thlg hoo. It li mid of Iht
beat un rait loathe with welt sewed oik oolea g&d U finely mada
an threcgh. Boys, fet pair tor your outiu.
Sizes 9ft to 131:. $2.25 iJues 1 to 6
1518-20 Famam Street
Conferences Fail to"
Settle Coal Strike
LO.NDOM. Fb. S.-Ne ssttlemeut of
the seel dispute wm reached at the vsrt
wit coorsrsmes la wkkh Premier Aaqultb
and nib erg of hi easiest aad repre
eeatatlvsa of the rains'owsars aad Umm
' perttelpeted today.
.The official atataeMRt ef the proceed,
laca tamed tool (tit. which mm predicted
would report that aa agreement had bee
reached, merely record the faet that
various eunfsronca eeeurred, but Ullt
notbtnt of what wae doae or said at
any ef them.' It eondudee with the an
nouncement teat the eoaferencea win he
resumed tomorrow, from which an that
aaa be deduced la that the government
ts atltl striving, to avert a toppag of
Uie glraotla Indue try on which the osun
try's commercial supremacy la based,
'Between Ktt aad eS.OOS Maera . Id
T--vhlre and Nottinghamshire eeaaed
ork today la aoeordaaoa with pollen
j . ,.ow.o-1Ten. and It la new evident
t)-.at aa tle time limit prevraed Ih'e aotlcaa
expire the men will lay dowa their tool
aad await the action of the miner1 fed-
The peeitloa of the adnsrs' represents.
Uvea Is much simpler thaa that of the
owner' representative. The former are
authorised by the Miners' National fed
eration practically te present the ulti
matum: "A national minimum wag or
a national sinks."
Secretary of Crocker's
. Brigade is Dead
OSKALOOSA, la, re. J7-Robert L.
Turner., a civil war veteran and well
known In Orand Army circle throughout
the stale.' died here this morning from
so attack of apoplexy. Mr. Turner was
secretary of Croeker'a Iowa Brigade at
the tin of bis death. He waa the bead
of the Snllob seml-centennlel celebration
held ea the old battlefield.
This Homt-Madt Cough
Syrup Will Surprise You
Its pa Etna , Whssalsg Coach
JesebJy. A Fesselr (apply
I Ber I a home-me de remedy that
fpkc bold of a sour laetently, and will
Usually care the most stubborn sees la
t boars. Ibis recipe auUes pisfc
enough for a waoU lamily. Yea eouldat
buy aa muck or a guod reedj-BUKst
sough lyrap far tlM.
iiiz on pint ef grsnaltUd sugar with
plat ef wana water, and atlr S
giautv Put S euness of Piaex I Sfty
the Bosbt rJvrue,
aeate' worth I la a mat hotel.
VP.- This saw perfectly
a rV'fH tens children like
it, Braees sp the appetite aad U slightly
inxaliva, which help end oougb.
Yost probably know the medical value
df pine ia treating asthma, bronchitis
ad el her throat troubles, tore langa,
re. There ia nothlag better. Piaex Is
the ssoet vainabie asnwiatrassd eeanpmiad
ef Korway wkibt pina extract, nek ia
fruaieeoi aad all the aataral bssjisg piaa
aiesseata. Other nnparatioaa will not
work la this formula. .
J The prompt result from ult hMxp
r isaicdy have sasde fHend for It In
tbmissnds of homes ia the I'nlted State
aad Canada, which explain why the
alts baa heea imitated oftea, hat never
; A guarastT ef abenrtrt tatlef aeiloa. At
xnwy prenrptly refunded, ansa with this
reWna. Vow drnnriet has Finex, or will
f-t It for won. If not, eaad to TU
incx Co, Tt. Wsyna, lad.
. . . Mrm. Prate k User,
ABERDKSN. a IX, Feb. Special.)
-Mrs. Frask OHi.gjr of thle elty died at
her home here after aa Ulnae of a year
aad a half, leaving her husband aad fir
children. The body waa takea te the old
home at Montloello, la., for Interment.
Mrs, I. C. Be Sew.
VTICA. Nsh rrb, r.-4"peclal Tele-
graaa.k Mrs. 8. C. Beth, aged M years,
died thle morning ef pneumonia. She wee
a prominent member ef the Eastern Bur
ledge aad a lea ear la Presbyterian ebureh
rk. Her sua hand and a son ( years old
survive her. Funeral arrangements have
set yet been mad, r
0NAWA, la, Fab. n.-8pac4al.-Nswi
has baea received here ef the death of
Charles Merert, a well known engineer
running put ef Sioux City until tw years
. HI death eeeurred at Seattle, Wash.,
and the body will be brought te Lake
City, at eM heme, for burial Tuesday.
Ne partteulara hare been received as ta
the cause of death. He at urvivd by a
widow and ea child.
W. M, Fries.
LOO AN, Is.. Fsb. aT.-IBpecuvl.r-W. H
Price passtd away at his bom In Logu
Monday morning, following a week's lit
assa ef erysipelas. The funeral ssrrless
took place Tuesday afternoon a I t st
the Christ Ian church. Chrysolite lodge.
Ns, Ancient. Free and Aocspted
Masons, sf Logaa. In charge. Interment
waa ta Logan oeimlsry. Mr. Price was
sera la Orange eeuaty. New York, In
UN. H la survrred by his widow, two
daughters aad a ssa.
" " ' ! MeClare.
HARVArtn. Men., Feb. R.-Rpeelal.-Samuel
McClure died yeatery afternoon
at his hoeas, two aad a half mil north
east of this elty. where he had lived for
scans years. Mr. M on ore tosh a borne
stead about km between Oienvltle and
Falrflsld. where he lived tin after bsj
second marriage. He waa ctos lo ft year
ef aa. . I . v
BKAVBR CITT. Nee.. Fee. S.-ISps-dal
Telesram Ottvar Croak, a pioneer
nod one ef the eldest oHIsene of Bearer
City, died at hie bom today, aged H
ROOSEVELT RESENTS STORY
Former President Denies Personal
Critieisa ef Baeeetaor.
LOIfGWOBTH IS FOE TaFZ
rll's Sea-lB-Iaw Aanennees
that Be Will Take K Fart
In the Selection ef
BOSTON", Feb. H.-Coktnel Theodore
Roosevelt, angered sy a published report
that he had said President Tart waa not
progressive, declared today he would not
, be drawn Into a persons! entroversy with
the sd ministration, although bs had de
clared hie Intention of making a
"stralght-eut fight" for the republican
The colonel sail that In hi political
conferences yesterday, during which he
waa reported to have made the statement.
President Taft's name bad not been men
tioned and that his opinion In regard to
the administrative had net been asksd or
Colonel Roosevelt repeated bis state
rosnt that be had not taken bis present
position for personal reasons and he mads
It clear that he did not propose to rasas
the Issue In any aens a personal one.
Flatteraa Is Beetatcd.
Colonel Roosevelt waa asked t explain
the position be will maintain during the
campaign. Ia reply be Issued the following:
-I eouid net more definitely tt my
position en the' great Issue of lbs day
I stated It In my Columbus speech
and again yesterday before toe Massachu,
sstta legislature, la addition to caning st
tsntlon te whet I there said en the sub-
laet of nooular government, I also want
te call attention to what I said at Colum
bus en the suslneee situation and the
proper attitude ef the government toward
business ee aa to Insure eendltlone that
will make for the prospsrlty of the busi
ness world and ef all our people.
"In my Ohio speech I dealt with em
phasis ea the twe great subject of Im
mediate moment te our people, the need
ef having real aad aot merely nominal
popular rule, and the need ef securing
nresnerlty for ths business man, the
wsn-s earner and the farmer allks. Aa I
than said. I most smphaUcaily believe
that It la necessary te have aa equltabls
division of prosperity, but that It Be
hooves us te keep la mind that ws cannot
divide the prosperity unless ths pros
psrlty la there ta divide, and that to se
cure the well being ef the business world
Is necessary In ths Interest ef every citl
ssn of the Vmted Stats."
Kent Jseas Wooes volt Force.
Representative Kent of California, wb
has been an aotlve La Fellette leader la
his state, telsgrshed today te leedsrs of
the California Progresslv organisation
agreelnt ta their request for permission
te place bis name ea the ballot aa a
Rooeevelt delegate te the Chicago con
vention. Uteawerth le fee Tail.
WASHINGTON. Feb. H.-RspresenU-live
Nicholas Longwertb, eoa-ln-law of
Theodora Rooeevelt, returned te Wash
ington today after a visit with ths eolonsl
la Boetoa dnd announced that hs would
aot take any part ta the campaign for
election ef delegate to the Chicago con
vention from hi district la Ohio.
Mr. Longworth ssvsral wseke age an
nounced himself in favor ef the renornl
oatlea of President Tart.
"I Shan taks no part la selection of
delegate from" my district." said Mr.
Longworth. ' ' t ' " "
"11 sd you thought ef being a delegatsT"
hs was asksd.
I bad aot," he replied.
Bad Faith Intimated., '
WASHINGTON, D. C, Feb. JJ.-Th
Washington Stsr today display promin
ently en its first peg box containing
the following atnwment: .
From sources entirely Indepedent ef the
White House tt le ascertained that lbs
ontldenoe entertained by the administra
tion and others that Colonel Rooeevelt
wsuld not bs a candidate gainst Tart,
was based on definite end repeated state
msnts by Colonel Meossvelt mad within
a ysar that he would aot be a candidate
In llll and did aot Intend to oppose Presi
dent Taft for re-aomjnation.
been formed, with the following tem
President T. 8. Allen. Lincoln: vie
president. Robert Graham. Alliance: sec
retary. H. A. Meier, Lincoln: treasurer.
8amuet Pstterson, Arapahoe.
There ts aa executive committee ef
seven members, as follows: .
W. H. Kstiiaar. Auburn: George - J.
Spohn, Superior: C. J. Coffey. Spencer:
D. Rees. Norfolk: Otto Kotouc. Hum
boldt: I. II. Hstfleid, Lincoln; Rosa O.
Moore. Broken How.
There la so advisory committee con
sisting of the following:
A. P. Fltslmmons. Terumseh: O. T.
Shumwav, Scott s Bluff: Herbert 8. Dan-
lei, Omaha: J. w. vtooarouxn. umena;
F. W. Brown, Lincoln: eiilas A. Helromb,
Broken Bow: Frank Polezal. Wahoo: C.
C. Carrie, Kearney: R. W. Davis. Ord;
J. F. Gereke, feaard: J. M. McVlcker.
North Bend: H. II. Hsnks. Nebraska
City; T. A. Wlllmore. Hebron; J. N.
Norton, Polk: J. B. Colfman. Adams;
8amuel Patterson, Arapahoe; H. A. Kd
wads. Grand Island: Barney Hofer. Mc-
Cook; Thomas Hawllngs, Wskefleid:
Ward IN e comb, clay enter: i, n. Tate.
Pender; W. C. Lambeth, By recuse; Max
I'hllg, Holdrsgo; Robert Graham. Alli
ance: R. W. Story, Pawnee City; W. H.
Judge Tells Jury to
Pray for Wisdom
FORT WORTH. Tea.. Feb. .-"Cet
dowa en your knee and pray to Al
mighty God for wisdom hs reaching a ver
dict, but send me no more communications."
Buch was the msssage sent the jury In
the trial of J.' B. Sneed today nfter Judss
Swayne bad been Informed that the Jury
wished to report flanlly Its disagreement
need's trial ended Saturday. He waa
accused of the murder of Captain A. G.
Boyce, sr., whose son eloped with "need's
FILMS ttlgtn IN r 14 0A1S,
Tour druggist will refund mo nay it
PAZO OINTMENT falls te sure any cans
of itching. Blind. Bleeding or Protruding
Plies in 1 dare Ma
NAME BEYERIDGE FOR TICKET
(Continued from First Page )
COLON. Feb. 17. -The L'nlted (States
cruiser Washington, with Philander C.
Knox, secretary ef stats, and party on
board, anchored In the harbor here today.
SAN JUAN DEL SI'R. Nicaragua, Feb.
tt. The day of the arrival of Secretary
ef State Knox In Nicaragua la te be do-
eland a public holiday throughout the
country. Mr. Knox I to be accorded
presidential honors and will be presented
by the government with a medal espe
cially east In commemoration of the
SULZER TESTIFIES IN
GOMPERS CONTEMPT CASE
WASHINGTON. Feb.. jr.-Representa
tive Suissr of New Tork testified today In
the contempt ease Involving President
Samuel Qempera, Vice President Mitchell
and Secretary Frank Morrison of the
Amerloaa Federatloa of labor.- He told
Justice Wright that none of the labor
leaders In any way had Instigated or
(Uggestsd the nee of the Gompera editorial
In a speech which he (Mr. Bulser) had
mad in the house In March, IKS.
. It waa anaounced today that the re
spondents' testimony waa dosed. The
contempt proceedings will be beard by a
full bench March U.
The Last Days of
Will see prices badly slashed on broken lines and'
odds and ends. On the 29th many goods will go"".
AT YOUR OWN PRICE
Only first-Clui Goods An Iver Found Here.-,
T. L. Combo
Th Eusy Jewelers
1520 Dout3 Strest
wmta of the I'nlted States, and I most
certainly favor their election by direct
I em not only In favor of enforcing the
Sherman Anti-Trust law, but alt other
law of thle country, and If we ee wron
where there Is no lew to govern. If eteote
I shall feel It a duty to Introduce end
work for the passags of bills to govva
Relative to tke tariff, this should
taken out of the political arena by secur
ing a report rrom the tann commiaaion.
schedule by schedule, with reference to
ths difference In ths cost of production as
between this and other countries, and
fliins the rate so as to nrovW for pro.
lection to American labor and te the
farmer, allowing a reasonable prom to
The lesal profwion is well represeniso
In concreea. snd. In fairness, I believe a
few lermsa should bs Introduced Into
I am la accord with I he views as ex
pressed by Governor Aldrtra In his speech
before the governor' conference ia the
unwerrantsd assumption of minor fed
eral courts nullifying etts laws and stale
Governor Aldrrch said: "Congreee cre
ated these minor federal courts and gave
them what Jurisdiction they nave, and
onneiase ean and eusht lo taks away this
Jurlsdtrtloa Insofar ss these courts have
the ngnt t euinry euue wws ana ran
goverament. Let the validity of ststs
Inns be passed upon In the first Instance
by a stats supreme court, and let ea ap
peal lie directly from the state supreme
. court te ine l nuee niates supreme cwun.
! These forty-eight sovsrelgn states alone
I have the right and the authority to mass
I laws governing their owa peculiar aitua
i tlon. In the realm for which these slates
were created they are sovereign and ab
i There are se meny questions arising,
lend which will arise, that It would be
I Impossible for a candidate ts express hlm
, self on ail questions. The msla question
Is. is n man honest, fair and eoosetsit
i tleea. and with good Judgment. These
are neceeesry qualities, one can eely
know by talking with tbs people who have
come m contact with him In his poMIe
I and private Ufa. If he larks these quail
' lies be should net receive euppert: If be
hse these qualities, regsrdleea of plat
form and promises, bs will represent yoa
, and. after all, Is net a asaa hi own plat-
fonnt . h
Vrocressivb democrat lkagib
Orgaalsattie la Its breaks, Fewwsed te
. Oppeae HaswKsa fee President.
(Prosa a Staff CertwspeadenO
LINCOLN, Feb. yj.-tSoedai.) - Ths
Pisgisselie Democratic Lssurua of Ne
braska baa perfected a temporary orga-
wtll proBssd at aae la
The sMsol ef
the lasaraa as to take part aa the nation
wide nsowesnaat ef dies orate far tnawlng
piiaissstn eeatret ef the regwhar linn
MAN WHO HURRAHED FOR
ROOSEVELT BADLY BEATEN
' GREEN VILLK, Pa., Fb. T7.-John ffta-
vish. 'a foreigner employed in the eteel
aula hern In Hi a hospital with a v-
ered ear and seijoul cuts about the body
that may result fatally, the result ef a
fight litlk fellow eeuntrynten,-. knavish
"hurrahed"- for Rooeevelt last algal
ever Roosevelt's announced Inten
tion te stand for nomination and ex
claimed: "He ertll win In a walk on elec
tion day." Taft adherents among bin fel
low countrymen took often and used
knives freely. They are under arrest
SOUTH DAKOTA MAN '
DIES AT FREEPORT, ILL
anwwrrn a TV. Feb. ?7. (goedalV-A
tslegrara baa been received her trem
i, n rreeeort. 111., nnimunutng that
the body ef Jolla Molls bad been found la
a street there. The eauee t nt nseu
... Mateo. Mr. Metis left here a
few day ago tor a visit to his former
home. In a small town near rreepon.
He bad Intended removing ta his former
kerne and his wife waa expecting bis
return whoa news .of his death came.
Mr. Metis aad hsr children will return
to Illinois to live.
WIFE OF HOMESTEADER
ABERDEEN, S. D.. Feb. r.-8pscal.)
-vr, uatver ChrlsUaaeoa. wife of a
homesteader near Daelatoa. la Perkins
county, commuted suicide by shooting
herssif through ths breast with a re
volver during the temporary absence ef
her husband from the house. N eauee
is known, sxospt that the young; woman
had been despondent for aome time. She
was 31 years of ag and bad been mar
ried a year and a half.
CRAIG, Neb.. Feb. BWBpertal V-Mlai
Edith Batechelder and Jease C Freeman
were married Wednesday afternoon at
ths boms of the bride s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Batchelder. The bride's another and
lather acted at matron of boner aad beet
xssn, thus oommenorstlng tke thirty
first anniversary of their marriage. The
raremony waa performed by Rev. 1. H.
Cloven, pastor of the Methodist church.
After March U Mr. ana Mrs. rr comes
will be at home to their Mead la Craig.
When you want a reliable nsedictn for
emnrh or cold ' take CbambsrlaJa's
Cousk Remedy. It eaa always be de-
sended upon and la pleasant aad safe ts
take. For sals y all erusYisu.
Soft Coal Combine
COLUMBUS, O.. Feb. 17.-The banking
firm of J. P. Morgan Co. evolved the
Pisa by which the Hocking Valley raU-4
read Is alleged to have gained control of
the other defendant railroad and eoal
companies end perpetuated a bituminous
coal monopoly, H waa cnargsd by Bpeclal
Counsel Harrison ha his opening sddress
ia the government' an ti-trust suit against
six railroads and three coal oom panics
A package of depositions testifying te
the competition that existed between ths
railroad aad eoal companle before the
merger was Introduced by the govern
ment at once as the prima facie case of
the federal authorities. -
Class to be Given
The Creighton College of Pharmacy
class of 1 win hold Its graduating ex
ercise at the Creighton university audi
torium Thursday evening. The class Is
the nrfseet In the history of tbs school
numbering forty-five. The principal
speaker of the event sg will be John
Bennewtth. C. R. Shannon. Frank Rosa
of Fremont. Nob., and Paul L. Martin
dean of the Creighton Law school, will
also speak. Frank Morrla of Omaha ia
president of the claea.
The diplomas will be presented by Rev.
Father Magevney, president ef Creighton
university. Ths members of this class
have Just completed a fourteen-month
course and the etas as a whole passed
the recent state board satamlnatloB with
an average of Mo per cent. -
Three Children Are
Burned to Death
LEXINGTON. Ky Feb. n.-Three
children are missing! nnd are bstlsved te
save keen burned te death la a tire which
destroy ed the Colored Orphans' Home
bore early today. Thirty other chlldrsa
were savsd by the heroism of Mrs. Mary
Edison, ens of the offlciaU ef the home.
She first discovered the fire, broke a
window en the second floor and took the
children oat ovey the porch of the bund
ing. . 1
KIMMEL WITNESSES TESTIFY
EYES HAVE CHANGED COLOR
ST. LOl'lhV Feb. Hi Testimonr of five
person, four of whom, appeared la per
son, that their syso have changed eoier
lac they reached maturity, was Intro
duced by tba Insurance eeaspeay, which
Is tb defendant la the Klmmsl mystery
cass, at thla afternoon' bearing of the
famous Identity contest la the ' United
States district court.'
The purpose of the testlateny waa to
haw that George A. Khnmel' eyes,
which were deep brown. In color, might
have changed lo light blue, the color
of the Kimmel ctaimant'a eyes. The dif
ference In the color of Ma eyes ha been
on of tb strongest points raised against
the claimant. Expert have testified that
eye do net change color after a person
roes he maturity. ' 1
t Harry L. Fox of Kile, Mica., whose
wife Is Kimmel's cousin, testified that
the claimant In. tb Auburn prison In
IPM remembered the entire cast of char,
acters In aa amateur theatrical perform,
arte given In Nile, nearly fifteen years
CROKER DIVORCE SUIT COMES
TO TRIAL IN NEW YORK COURT
NEW TORK. Pen. SL-Ths divorce suit
ef Ethel Creker Breen, daughter of Rich,
ard Croksr. against John i. Breen, a
former groom, came op tor trial today.
Mies Croksr and Breaa war married by
a Justice la Hobokea ea April ta, Ml
Breen s suit for 1KB, 00 damages for
alienation of hla wife's affections agalast
Richard Croksr and hla tw son I Mill
ponding. , ,
While three Instances ef misconduct ,
with two other women ars alleged la the
complaint of Mrs. Breen, the chief l
eo-respondent named ts Mauds Dlshl, ii
telephone operator of Toronto,
A detective told of Breen having been
with Miss Diehl lr a Toronto betel. Miss
Dtsbi took the stand and admitted the
detective testimony concerning ber Hav
ing dined' with Breen and gone to hla
room. She said there was so impropriety.
Mis Hales Lockrte. wife ef another de
tective, testified that Breen had said to
It's pretty bad. I expected to get a
bunch of money front those people (mean
ing the Crokers), but I guea It's all off
1 1 I T?
Five Women Pickets
Are Arrested at
:- Lawrence, Mass.
LAWRENCE; Mass.. Feb. tT.-Flv
women pickets, said to' have wsed per-
ruaaioa which approached rWenoe la ef
forts to keep employes front going to
work la the textile mills, and one man.
censed of throwing pepper In a poUos
maa's eye, were arrested today.
The piaa to export children to Phila
delphia baa been abandoned. It la un
derstood. - and aalde from the children
who are to be sent with a committee of
strikers to Washington tomorrow, there
may be no little one sent away from
their home la groups.
Ths Washington-bound children, who
will be drawn from each nationality rep
resented ia tne ranks of the strikers, will
not be accompanied by their parents.
City Marshal Sullivan Intimated today
that he may prevent the children going
unless tne court decide that he Is act
ing contrary to law la preventing; their
leaving the city.
Indications today were that the mills
had made further gains la ths number of
operatives at work. It la estimated that
there are now a total of 11.00S operatives
at work, with U.00S tM en strike.
Dividend Passed by
Republic Iron Firm
NEW YORK. Fsb. M Ths Republic
Iron and Steel company, which last spring
precipitated aa "open market"' In ths
steel Industry by aggressively cutting
nrices. will pass Ita next quarterly divi
dend of IS Per cent en Ha preferred slock.
according to snne mice meat made alter
the close of tb stork market today by
John A. Topping, chairman ef Its order.
Chairman Topping issued the following
"It was decided to defer payment of
the quarterly dividend, aa present and
prospective earnings wsro not sufficient
to warrant full payment. It waa the
Judgment of the executive committee that
under existing conditions, ths tariff un
certainties and politics! agitation it waa
to the interest of the stockholders to ooa
serve the company's assets.
"The company la operating at approxi
mately P car cent of rapacity, which; If
current prices are maintained, will Insula
a profit Net quick assets are approxi
mately tl2.54n.tai, which places the oom
paay In a strong position aad will enable
it to carry through such Imnrovsanonts as
ars necessary, and whan normal condi
tions of business return the earning
powers ef the property will be suffldcat
ta disci) args Ita dividend obligation."
Steamer Captured '
By Italian Vessel
TRAPANI, Italy, Fsb. X.-The siesmsr
Rescuer was captured by an Italian war
ship today. A large number of mactAne
guns, field gun and Mausers and a quan
tity of ahrapnsl and grenade were found
The only steamer given In the official
lists under the nams of Rescuer Is a
British vssssl of ni gross tone. It I
owned by W. Orson, London, and for
""I WeW Hull SI 11k 1 kat
'..."I;ji"g."VS'" em. tritk.
IU6ST HfxnCt Of BixftpaicS
' Sm Nc
merly was the Norwegian steamer Breid
ablilL . . ' '
1 ereurglsl aad
TINKER CHARGED WITH
MURDER OF MRS. D0RSETT
KANSAS CITT. Feb, R.
Hedges, a tinker, at hla prellmtnary hear
mg today was best here for trial. on
charge of murdering Mrs. Lucetta Dec
sett, whose body waa found la her horse
k Kansas City, Kan., three week aga.
Hi bond was placed at ItSMi
Persistent Advertising ta the Road to
You will tone up your
system and fed better for
takingaia th inorninf,5! flaasof
A TUBAL LAXATIVE I
Bcsff Ktunsaerjr tor
, The most -popular
beer tn all
It Is sold.
Aak for kottio Ratd
Order a 1
rrf sea-sis a hbh a.
TAar I Paly One
r "Bromo Quinlno"
Loxctivo Bromo Quinlno
A Life Prwtrsa Solved
by that great health tonic. Electric Bit
ters, is the enrichment of poor, thin
blood, and atrengthenlng the' weak, eat
For sale by Beaton Drug Co.
' Mala fs Reek, island Operatesw. '
torcka . Kan.. Feb. !7. The Rock
Island announced today that dating from,
February 1. all telegraphers on the oys-i
ten have been granted an I per cent in
crease in wages, '
SEE woHor it
no weeing .
SEE ow wench mora ausi
ios-sa ta qaaUty
SEE kaw pare beiw ooel
SEE haw economical aaui .
SEE thai ram fet Caloaaot
11 Boam sV
iTwt made by the ri
Glasses Dpn't ,
irmakes jne dlfrw aaya
your giassi ars right. '
If tlie are act eomfortshls and
soothing 10 the eyes they axe
srroag. Me matter what yea paid
for ihesa ee hew emlnsat ths Prae,
ttoaee sea be who prescribed
Com to ua and wa will glva you
-omama nnt oaarraa-
THE QUEER OF BOHEMIA.
ixruTMaru at TaWBa-rrxt-
With Countess Rossi, Sam bidxuan, Cluts.
Drew. Chorus of Bohemians. Thursday
night, Turkey Trot contest! Friday night.
Reg Time piano playing -contest, n Cash
prises. . '
saW Xrlass atatJaee aTvery Weak trey.
Mstlaeo Vedap SiSawsTigM SJO. -
' And I.a Balls XsUeae. .
fcadiss aVaUf Pise MaUase.
Tsalght, XCata. Tees, Shara, - Sat
knag BTA tilH sad the -
wooswaao grocx coMPaarr ta
THE HEART OF MARYLAND
kTsat Wt. Slrl ef the OeMea Wait
rhensat Douglas ; tad, A-laa. ...
seas, grvwry twy. giM; grrery aTlgka, SilS.
Will M. Creasy a Miss Ulancke Dayns: '
Brows. Hstis Brown; Mies Robbie
Oordone: Dick Crollus ft Ca: Maxlne,
Bros, with Bcbby: Conrad Whuldea:
Sue Smith: Klnetacops; Orpheum Con
cert Orchestra. '
Fries. Might, lOe. BSo, toe, VI arnts,
10s. seat seats. Sse, eaospt Satardaw aad
sssutay. ; ''
Xmlgat, all wt-, mats. Wed. snd Baa,
Kiaw Krlanger present
THE PINK LADY -
sTtghteT 5t$ as. saasaT'ioe o S"
own. . "x,gff oaea ae TT."
jLrgyi yeairai hqr tao tag aawaa. Look
Iff tkit Upases . o.teC, wtW
BOYD 4 VH Fob. 29
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