Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, March 04, 1912, Page 2, Image 2
THE BEE: ' OMAHA MONDAY, MARCH 4. 1912. OFFICES YET CALLING MEN JUbj LefUltiT Districts ia Which So Filingi Hade. 50 SIG5 0? BIG SCBAMBIE EfCnrM Tikn Llaewla stew to Penitentiary ( Sheer These Haw "Depe" is SeBBlel ' ' " iBetMattaoh (From a Staff CorrMpoodsat.) IJ.N-COLN. J'et, March t-SiciJ.)- Wlth only elxteen mora dsys In which te file nomination papers for the April primaries then an many vacancies ea ib kciatatlvs tlcheta, at least la the districts which embrace mora than on count? and fur which tilings must he ma 4a with the serretary af Mala. Ia lata oflfcee Uwra la a plethora of can didate the only shortage heing la ra crat candidate for audiiar. Henry Rich mond feeing the oslr aspirant up to data. There are eight eenatorlal dlatrleta ea hrectng snore thaa onw county la which there haa heaa no filing hy Candida lea of either party. There are seven senatorial dejtrlcta la which there era republican candidates and ho democratic entrlea and six la which there are snrnocratle entrlea and no republican. Oa the boose aide there are sloven dlatrleta without a eandk date from either party, three with repablt iu and no deeaecratlc candidates and two ia which there are democratic aaplranu but ae republicans. Soma af tha dlstrteta. both oensterlai sad legislative, are as oae tided poUttcally at la probable tha nlaorlty party will he So oandldatea unless party managers Insist ea Injecting vtotlm late the field, bat ia moat af tha eaaaa It Is probable the) veonneiaa ea the tlcketa wtU be Oiled before tha time limit expiree . BUtvtrte Levahlaa PUIsusa. renewing tha He where ana or both -parties are wttheat candidates. . gXATB. Klrst-Rlchardson. Nemaha and Jaha. Bun. aa republican, Tlard rteunrlsra and Sarpy. 0 candi dal . rnx WaaaiaeTlaa aad Dodge, aa ena. dlaaahw. Huiuv-Bort. Thurston, Dakota and lrxen, bo democrat. l aii ei-a Cuaxud. Wayne and Fierce, ae resweanavav Ciahiar-edar and Kaes, aa rrpuMlcaa. Nimb-iaitelopa. Bvona and Nance, ae 'randtdatov Teaait sMdlsoa, Maatoa and Calf a, ae Sixty-Four Delegates .for ... . Taft Eletfed Already Washington Correepondeace of the Indlsnsplins News. Kleventb Jrtatta, rath and Merrick, no camhwatea. Twelfth aam aad Butler, oa repub!. tea. r uu tsen(.h Qe-e sad Pawnee, aa demo crat. lteertle-Jtff eeeon and Thsyer. ae dlBaeeret.-. ' " ' i eWerewtaentJk-i'erk ,aod UamUton. De deetecret. nBtMHh HsU. Howard and Oreeley, nd Niaeteaalh 'Jtdasno, Bad' Clay. I public aad ,enly one eaanooret. Twyirarth Nuckolls. Webster FFaaklln na oandkLate. Tweietyanrse dlarte a. rNireaav Qoapet and f .Valpa, no reoubttraa, TwenU-aerfona-ButtaJu, Sherman and Xearoe:, no candidate ' Twwmy-fuwiir-isiwd, Halt,, Oarfteld, Wheeler and hya I'ana, no candidate. , Tw.orrV1 rth-AJnooln. Dawsoa and Keith, no deenoorat, ' Twerr-iMi-roattar. Bad Wltow. Xucheuck. linyea, btuniy,. parkins and Chase, ho candidate. Twenry-oreaair Otutl'd ttlufj, Ttenner, KhabalU alorrla. . ObeVeaaa, Uaedan, lieaat, raat. Voker, Vboovuj, . MoJbee an and Xjt on oantotrel., . . TVeor-aMiV-orrri fhendan. Boa fturte. pm, ; Beaa. Kiuwh ajid mnt. Third ft-tV KlrSardiiWaBd M araah a, no aaadlaataS A'-'.. H-1 Clchta i.W and Otoe, n roaadldata Hevvntaraia-prCVhU' sa4 It ma. ao eao Twente Vecond iataeten'snd Cumlaax no candMaaa.. ' Twaiy-eixtk-Pta)lto aad Madlaoa. he republlcaa. " Thtrty-feurth - Chute, Jafteraoa and Thayer, a eeaMeraL Thirty-eiditn hajlse, aeward and Btn let. Bo reluiMlaaa. rerty-thlrA-rora, rUbasra aad Clay, ho candidate. -i rifiyfounh-Boyd and Holt, ae aaadl data I ! t ritty-flfta-nork. . Ka It ha aae Drown, o randldataa. Bntty-MBtn nitcaeaca ana tranay, no laadideta. tteveMtethHOiaaa,,rartUia and Hayes, f democrat. . fievth-fourth Dawea nd Sioux, no andteate, KevaeLr-ftrth-dcorl's Bluff and alar. ill. no democrst, . , RavrnlT-Hilh llanner, Kimball, Chy nne. Drool, turner), ao candidate. .Seventy-eoeanlh Me candidate J " Tart aleettac Fat Orer.' 3 The meetlr af tha Tart leerue exare- fre oeMBMtee. whkh It was Intended to Lara this weak, baa bean postponed ontll WASHIXOTON. March L-Preaident Tsft picked up twelve more national convention dekcatea yesterday, brfng tna hla total up to sixty-tour. This far, neither Theodore Rooaerelt, Robert M. La Follette nor Albert B. Cuaimlns has a delegate. Tha first delegate from the north were ehosea la tha after noon, when tha Elctoth MlcMsea dlauirt elected tha two ta which It is entitled aad Instructed them ta support President Taft . The Taft managers were Bet surprised at the outcome, but soma ether persons evidently were, for in ana of the recent statements the ssaertion was made that the state at atlchlcsa would be for the former area dent by a vote af four to ana. As It turned out. the Heath hflca Icaa proved ta be practically aaaalmous for the president, rises aXhev area. The other tea dsJetjatea lathered Into the Taft bee 7 eater day came from South Caroline (the four at large from that stale); tha Third Missouri, the Seventh A la baste, and tha Beoond Hoots Caroline. A rival state conventloa will be held a Utile later In South Carolina, under the leadership of a faction In tha so-called republican party down there, hut the undents ndlnc hero la that It, too. will favor the renoml nation of Mr. Taft, Private dispatches received hers today rave some of the details at tha conven tloa la the Third Missouri district, where the Roosevelt followers, esetnc they were In a ho pel res minority, baited the con vention and went through tha form of electing two dekcatea and instructing them to vote for the former president. According ta the Information receives at headquarters the Roosevelt followers planned to meet In the convention hall at T:h In the morning In spits of tha fact that the convention had been called for N o'clock. Tha administration forces learned of the Roosevelt schema and re fused to permit tha Roosevelt supporters to enter tha bail until the hour fixed for 'the convention.- According te -the in- formation received here the Roosevelt I adherents went ta oaa comer of the hall I after the administration supporters had ' by an overwhelming majority elected the temporary chairman at tha convention. They a la a Corner. From their plate la the corner of the hall, so K is asserted, toe Roosevelt bolt ers attempted to break up the convention. The Taft managers anticipate that such schemes will be repeated In a good many of the southern conventions during the next few weeks. Much surprise la sxpreescd here that George W. Perkins of the steel trust and the harvester trust wss not assigned aa Important place In the management of the Itooeevelt candidacy. Thus far be has aeon the head and front of the Roose velt mavearrnt lie haa furnished most of the "sinews of war,- and ia really re sponsible for whatever has been dona la the way of orgsalaatlon of various states. Tha IA Follette people thoroughly un derstand this. In a statement given out aa the Partfle coast yesterday, W. U Houser, manager of the La Follette cam paign, declared that Roosevelt's chief backers era Perkins, Frank A. Munsey, Dan R. Haana. tha Cleveland steel maa Indicted for rebating, and others, who are etlher directors or lares stockholders la tha steel trust As It Is. the so-celled Roosevelt na tional committee, of which Senator Joseph A. Utxon of Meatana Is to be the "com maIldarlachlef,', la largely made up of men who turned on President Taft be cause he did not appoint them ta office, or did not otherwise favor them as thsy thought they should have been favored. It la taken tor granted here that Roose velt picked tha mem bars at nil national committee, general surprise Is expressed that this committee did not contain tha same at a singl Insurgent or progres sive republican with tha exception of Senator Dixon. tha"eocnmaader-lnrchlef,'' Ex-Nebraska Judge, Now a Policeman, is Treed by; Bulldog HEAVER CITY, Neb., March t-(Kpe- Stel.r-Bea F. Sherweed was sleeted Judge St Furnas county, out In the abort erase sountry of Nebraska, In IMS aad served ens term, tnierwood was nominated by the republicans against a fusion-democrat then in office, and no ana supposed that Sherwood would be elected. He made a personal canvass af tha aoualy going on tool through the country, stopping to help the farmers husk cara while he talked politics, aad fca waa elected by only ftva majority. After hla term of office he wast ta Portland, Ore., aad was a guard at the exposition, and afterward was ap pointed oa the polk-a foros of Portland. I Luce then be haa made several records a pJalnielothaa maa. His latest aa aapads Is related la tha Portland Oregon ten of February Mi . "U waa an epan Seasoa tor Portland polios yesterday. Ia tha case at iwa of Ukxp whs are bent oa tha laudable mla avn of basilng bund fOaavlaae. iasuolman XherwopiL got treed sn a dialog room taste ay I Snwa trrne next week, owing te the Sb senea of Secretary Currie In Texas. The exact date has not yet been determined. Tha Taft aewanlaation has tha promise it speeches -of prominent men between how aad the April primaries. Among tha probable epueahers are two members of (he cabinet, ecretarles Stlmeon and Usher, jlust how many of these meetings will be' arranged and where. Is yet to he dctsnnlned. ' , It 1 announced that Senator Oora of Oklahoma will be dna ot the speakers at the Bryan birthday banquet March . The cooipletd list has But yet been se lected, but It Is announced there will be bona exuept preeveative democrats af the pronounced type. One of the political events ot tha week wflt 'be', the annual banquet ot tha RwnfWh-American Republican dub, which wAl be held hi the L)ndell hotel m, this rlQr.r It la expected to bring together a Larva number of prominent Swedish re publicans. - ' J ', - lape la Pen Heat la ry. Another move la being made ta prevent tha smuggling qt "dope" to eosvtcu la tha penitentiary. It had been eupcoaed tha practice waa practically broken up. hut recent disclosures show that It not aad that R Is a comparatively easy neuter, to smuggle t"s drug to eonvtcte. Aj discharged convict. Chartea Barns of Ciss county, took Judge Lincoln Frost aSd a .party ot three friends ta tha penl tefttlary one eight recently and showed t(tm bow H was done. Tha pans age was rsBily handed m to Jack Crawford, a con vftt from Cass county. Tha matter has bejra called to the attention of tha gov ritwr and aa Investigation ia te follow aid an effort made to" stop tha Illicit traffic - fiecords at the district court show that tiihteea divorces Ware granted In tter county during February. In spits of the fact It was a short maath. pnt asora day will conclude, la ail prob att!)ty, tha hearing oa the physical valu ation of the Unlea Pacific road. Just .when K will be held not determined, t tough It ts expecteot ta be soma time next weak. The BuriLraTton, Miasm rl Pacific and the 6L Joseph Grand -butd hearmgs remain te be held. It ia plnnned to erect aa etght-ehs-.y cuiMing at tne corner at Thlrtese and O street ea part ot tha 'grows 4 now otEupied by Mtller eV Paine'e store. If tt ta erected that firm will occupy three stories of the structure aad tha remain ing five win be devoted ta offices. The property belongs to the George P. Tucker cstaxe. srhiuk will erect tha maiding. Hardy Debaters Win From Diller and Lose to St. Paul HARDT, Neb.. March S. -(Special. -A Joint' debate between tha high echoole ot UJIlar'snd Hardy was held hers last night, resQltlng la a unanimous decision of the Judges for Oilier, which defended the negative side of tha closed shop ques tion. Each school had a strong team and each side waa defended In a capable man nsr, Tha . Hardy team, coached by Superintendent T. C. Moyer, consists ot Hubert Btraysr, Qlsa Veil,, Max Blxhy and Edward Qutbetlett. alternate. The Diller team consists of Esther Green, Jerden Ban man, Carl Forsytha and Karl Snyder, alternate. Tbey were accom panied ta Hardy by their coach. Superin tendent Jamee A. Flsstwood, Miss Lucy Arenas of the English department and a delegation of high school pupila Prof, hi oyer of tha Hardy achoots pre sided. Tha Judges ware Prof. Kdwla Maxey ot tha state university. Prof. Oeerge Crocker of Lincoln and Haav Jean AJCobbey at Beatrice, r Ti PAVU Men., March t-TBpaclal.)- a ferocious bun dog, and ths . 'n ,n debate between It. Paul and Ord ether, Patrolman Griffith, waa mistaksn for soma sort ot wild animal by aa Irats woman aad got snot twlcs In the face with cents worth of beer. "for a time It looked bad tor Sherwood, tha former hero ot tha 'B'Oosh' squad, and whsa BssaM Levy, caught la tha act ot selling boar Sunday, sicked her pat bull dog onto htm, he waa going around ths roam around chairs, tables and other furniture better thaa Sevan seconds flat before he could gat room enough te hurdle up onto the table where as stood shouting for help. Tha bristling doggis wagged bis tall, licked hie chops and growled fur the pollaamsa'a gore. It waa soma time before a truss waa called through tha aid of a relief aauad sonsletlng ot PoUceraen Stewart and Ogf . iteesle Levy runs a rooming bouse at Third aad Couch, and kherwood secured a glass at bear from her before she die- trad that ha waa a policeman, ha be ing dUaTulead as a laborer. Whea aha did she called the dog and he aid the rest. Sharwaod showed the camaa tha big ehlnliat star of authority, but tt didn't make any , hit with tha ambitious pup. When Stewart and Oag rescued tha Used pouosmau, Jamea Wilson, clerk ec toe lodging house, tried ta butt la and pre vent the arrest of the woman, aad he got thrown In lor. resisting an officer. It oust Bessie Levy t& and Wilson this morning " of the west-central district tha decision of tha Judges wss rendered two ta ana In favor ot St Paul. Tha high school assembly room at St Paul waa crowded. Tha Judges were Prof. P. T. Waller. Kev. Mr. Buell and Rsv. Mr. Ernst at (hand Island. STANTON COUNTY TO VOTE ON COURT HOUSE PROJECT STANTON, Nab, March t-(8pedal - A determined effort la being made by the cltlaens and taxpayers ot this county te build aa up-to-date, court house this J-ear. TUB COUniy cornmiawiooeia him secured tha plana and specifications of a k,a court' house from Architect line of Omaha. It being the same as one that was built In Clay county. South Dakota. Petitions asking the county commla- stoaere to call a special elect tea for the purpose of voting bonds for the erection of the aew court house are being clrcu- ratsd and alaisst without exception the voters are signing them. A canvass of the leading farmers shows that they are alt la favor of the new building. The pres ent court house waa buflt about twenty five years ago and la not In good condi tion and has no fireproof vsutt It haa become absolutely aenieasry that tha commlesioners provide a pisoe for keep la the county record. D'strlct Judge a raves baa twice called the commission era' attention to the necessity of having a aafs ptaoe to kern the court records. The preeosed plana call for a modern up-to-date buUdtag two stories high with basement. GEORGE H. HARTSOUGH, ONE OF MINDEN'S PIONEERS, DEAD MINDFvW Neb., March t-lSpeeUl Teles ram. Yesterday afternoon Oeorga H, Hartaough, one af Mind en's pioneers, died at his home In this city. Mr. Hart sough hsa been ta the railway srrvlos for nearly thirty yaara. about twenty savaa of which wss served at Mlnden. He, wee born at Canadairua, New York, May tt, sU siid .ftar receiving his eemmea ashool sduostion graduated tram college and alas a commercial eolleew. He waa married August Is, itn, to Delia H. Babeock. at Juniata. Neb. Mr. Hartseugb worked for ths Burling, ton at Harvard, Dorcheetar, Janlata and from UN In Mlnden. Ha served ana term aa eoanty clerk, was about twenty years oa tha school board aad waa serv Ing hla sscon.d term aa a member of ins city eeoncti and la many other wars served the public. Hla efforta were alwaye directed te the uplifting of the general good ot tha community In which aw lived. He learea twa children, a daughter. -re. 1100000 J. Slater af Bert rend. Neb and Oeonto H. Ilartsougb, Jr, now la ths government service at Panama, but at home on a furlough, and hla wife. ma a riartsouf h. Funeral sen-Ices will be held Wcdnea day afternoon at 1 38 o'clock at the First Presbytertaa church. The A. O -. v... o. l. r. and A. F. A. M., ot which ho was a member, win take part on iwncrai SSI I rues BUSINESS MEN TO CONSULT ON LAWS (Continued from First Page.) our country must ha esishllshod It we propose to enjoy the full advantage of our opportunity In domestic and foreign trade. Order far Call. "I have accordingly Instructed the sec retary ot commerce and labor to take the necessary steps to initiate aa soon aa practicable at Washington a confer ence of delegates from erganlxatloas which are engaged In the promotion and development ot commerce and Industry In their respective districts, such con ference to consider the establishment ot a representative national organisation for commercial development and to outline tha principles by which It should be gov eroed. "Tha development of tha plan will be left entirely with tha accredited repre- ssntatlvea of such commercial ergantsa- twes. the essential prtnclplea being that the national aseoclatlsn shall be broadly representative of the commercial Inter ests of the whole country and that Its organisation shall be such that those la control of tha associativa shall be readily responsive to the will af tha majority of the constituent members." STRIKE HEARING CAUSES MIX (Continued from First Page.) Gwvannitl, arrested in this connection? asksd Henry. Ths witness admitted this waa so. "But," ha added, "we would have no use In killing a woman. The police said the e pooches made by Ettor and Ofovan altl infuriated the strikers, and that Is the way they have Investigated tha killing." Why did tha strikers want ta aend their children away from Lawrence?" Representative Stanley of Kentucky Inquired. To keep them from being hurt, Up son replied. Golden Coatradlete Berger. John Golden, president ot tha Textile Workers' untan, was called ta tha stand. Hs mads a statstnent contradicting alle gations made by Representative Berger. "Mr. Berg jr." ha said, "made the state ment that tha Industrial Workers ot ths World represented KON at tha Lawrence ntlll hands and that I. affiliated with the American Federation of Labor, repre sented Just 130. Ths truth of tha matter la that whea this "revolution' In Lawrence occurred the Industrial Workers of ths World hsd Just 21? members. That organi sation la two years old. Tha erganlsa tion I represent has M members In Law ranee and la twenty-five years old." Mr. Golden further declared that hs held no "brief' for tha Lawrence em ployers and that before the Industrial Workers of the World came Inta Law rence hs waa aa objectionable aa sould be Imagined to tha mill owners. Turning to- Representatives Bertsr ks said: It la all tha fault ot your Ettara and your Hay wood a, who have gone te Law rence and poisoned tha minds ot tha mill workers. They have not preached trades unionism to them, but absolute anarchy." "That's a Us." cried several of ths girt strikers, and Chalnnsa Henry threatened to dear tha room. ( Will Retara ta Work. ' LAWRENCE. Maes.. March lt rising operatives of tha Arlington and Pacific mills, who are affiliated with the Cen tral Labor union will return ta work Mon day morning and accept tha I per sent minimum wage Increase offered. This was decided upon at a meeting af thi general committee ot tha union tonight Tonight's actloa It generally accepted aa aa Indication that the Central Labor union will recommend tire acceptance of ths concession otfsred la all tha mills. Tha Industrial Workers ot tha World strike committee declined the offer of ths agents today, but tha latter neverthe less, expect a marked Increase ot work- era Monday. - The Industrial Workers control tha ma jority at tha unskilled operatives who are on strike. PiartlBSrtea aaiaeea talteao Ope we. HART1NOTON. Neb.. March t iSpe- daU-The Hartlngtoa Business snd Nor- at Wtaner. lie la survived hy his widow CUMING COUNTY NEWS NOTES 6 ear. to label aad Mlaa Aaast Ptw deehl Married daaae L. Sal. health ta Dead. WEST POINT. Neb.. March -(Special-V Sunday afternoon Rev. William Harms, pastor of tha German Lutheran church, performed the ceremony which united O oeta re Bobel and Anna Predoehl la matrimony. Tha young people are the children of pioneer settlers of NetUrh township, born and brought up tn this community and will maks their future heme on the aid aeeaeetead, laaas U Oarhralth. one of the eldest residents and most respected pioneers ot nertnorn cursing county, passed away at the noma of hla daughter la South Dakota an Friday. Mr. Oalbraith waa years of ace and a native of Wisconsin. He homesteaded In this county tn IMS ana aaa reatoew hero contiaueualy antli lus aeata. inawral Domestic Troubles and Financial Worry Cause of Suicide OXFORD, Neb.. March !.-(Specal Telegram.) Joe Robertson, a second hand dealer, who came here from Brush, Colo., about four months ago. committed suicids by shooting this morning. Coroner Hopping ot Beaver City ordered an In quest It Is said ths causa ot the sui cide was a combine lion of financial troubtee and Bomrstlu difficulties. The county attorney was ordered to make a farther Investigation here, but It Is re ported he formerly lived at Faxton, Neb., coming from Ohio tn that place. It Is said that he haa a wife and two chlMrea living la Ohio. DISTRICT ATTORNEY SAYS NO SETBACK IN PROSECUTION NEW YORK. March t-The government haa suffered no setback In Its prosecution of the United Stales Machinery company under tha Sherman law by reason of the rejection of four of tha five counts In the two Indictments against officials ot the company, according to United fltatea District Attorney French of Boston, who Is prosecuting tha government's ahsrgsa Ths criminal charges are In aa wise re moved, according to Mr. French, bat en the other hand the government baa won a substantial victory in having sustained "tha most Important and cocsprenenalve count," charging a completed saonopoly" through tha system ot leases oa paten tad machinery ma! college will open m this city Monday, March 14, with aa enrollment of fifty students. Tha college embraces tnetruc- tloa in business, agriculture and normal training. T. O. Bocae aad W. J. Palaaer. recently ot the Mosher A Lampmaa Com mercial cellega at Omaha, will have charge of U .school Gaad rruwsrshlp Baaeaet. COZADt, Nab.. March I. (Special. The Cesad CosnraercialNcluh aad the Retail Dealers' sssorlstlna vkU give a Jotat good Irtlowehtp be no, net ad the evening of March tt Several speakers af note will be aa tha program and tha town tor tha coming year w9i oonMdcred. 11V and six children Saaner lodge of tha Decree of Honor, a new Datarnal ereaoUaUoa hi Weal Point, commenced baaisawa aa but avow ing and waa formally organised by Miss Ktta Brooks, stale deputy. The lodes starts out with ay tswrosershlp af twenty. It hi aa auxiliary ta tha Ancient Order af L'alted Worki The officers elected for tha coming year arc: Chief of honor, Mrs. Charles Nsr- sxan; lady af honor. Mrs. Fred Kioto chief of eerenweUea. aire. L E, Oehrta: recording and financial secretary, Isaac K. Oeorta: treasurer, E. F. ICrause. Tha people party at Wast Posat have called a mass conventloa for tha aohat nation et a saeniclpal ticket for March IX Glass before Breakfast tones op the stomixh, clears tlB head Rnd docs toq good. Vatcr NATURAL LAXATIVE Qrdeady Believes CON8TIPATION lVs: N9 406 H9 ii, icn I EwssEWatPpy "hl7 ' " 1 ' 1 US. ' DEAR MADAM: It isn't always fair to' blame a dealer for trying- to make you buy some other corset when you ask for the Memo. Her chants are in business to make money, and as much of it as poeaible. Furthermore, some merchants actually don't know their own stocks well enough to distinguish between REAL NEMO SERVICE and itt imit. tions. Some others care only for the extra profit which generally jroea with bogus merchandise. On tho other band, we have worked for years and very auceessfally, thank yooi gia women better corse ta and greater corast-value than they ever bad before. It M oar purpose to ierws tAs puUie, $M that's why we have fixed the rttailsr'i profit at a fair Hvisg Bgura-ao that YOU, madam, shall get FULLEST VALUE tot yooT roooey. As we have already told you, some dealers fortunately not very many attempt to defeat our purpose by trying to make you buy other nrnkes, on which the dealer may collect 100 per cent profit from YOU. If your dealer ever tries this on T0EJ-BE A WISE WOMAN! Nemo Self-Kedodng Corsets, are the world's itandard for itoot women, with ABSO LUTELY NO SUBSTITUTE and not even a good ImiUtion. A model for every type ot tctttfifrBMvmt. r, , o. : r :or$as-,Mb.ti0r SECOND TRIAL OF MAGGIE , DAVIS BEGINS TUESDAY HARTLNOTON. Mao.. March l-npe-ala1.) Mrs. Maggie DavU, who wag oaa. vlcted and sentenced ta Ufa imprisonment last March' for tha murder af Ira Churchill, bit wboas case waa reversed aad remanded for trial la November, wtU hare her new trial bare this week. The task ot Impaneling a Jury will com mence Tuesday afternoon. County At torney O'Oara will prosecute the case. unassisted, this time and tha dersnsa wm be represented by B. 1. Millard of this city, aaslstsd by Fred Berry of Wayne. UNITED STATES EXPRESS C0MPNY NOTICE TO SHIPPERS All thlppers aro requested to plainly pot tho words EXPRESS CHAEOXS PREPAID on all prepaid express package, either by label, stamp or writing;. Through tho occasional dishonesty of employee and mistakes, charge have aomaUmea been collected on package already pre paid. This ts against tha Company's long etaadlog roles, and haa given opportunity for unrwagonable etatameota about the Irusliieas. All persons will help to protect the Oompany and themeetvea by observing the above rvquaat, and by promptly reporting any violation of the rule by s second chart os prepaid package, Tha Company intends to protect all gMppeea agalaurt each acta to the extent ot Its power. EPWARD T. PLuVTT, S Heotor Street. New York City. . Vice-President aad (tenant Manager, The beer behind the triangular label possesses character and quality ts a marked aetrrees BLATZ COMPAWT AlWjsys THE SAME GOOD OLD fit AwrsrMsrrra. tia. AmerlcanTheater Tsaaght. mass. 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You will be well taken core of year after year if you select for your permanent offic location THE BEE BUILDING Seem necewttew Woaaa, private eeTiee, twa tara elossts. kwwe workroom with tww wsrth wuidowa laai eft We for eaaaaer. arch Heel doctor sr other profssalasl ceso. Kealal per monia. ........... ........... ligat. la a lntai. lezltla. havlag a north -.alTAw -ts ll- jJS la alas, located aa the eaerrt. elans ea ebw ha divided as ss ta saaae twa vary pleasant toosaa. Price, per aseuia asTAe ISO Of flea In tha northwest earwsr. hevieer four tares win dows A tliwproes' vault far tha piwteetian of valuaMe papers la maeh in demand and ia afforded ta thie roam. There aa a total of aqtiare reet of neor apaea aad aooje weald he eqaippea with panttiooa to satisfy good tea ant. The natal price ia par saonth , tsflO The Bee Building Co. Bee Business Office 17th aad Faurxura St.