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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY,' A1AKOH 6, Wli.
SOME LETTERSOF ROOSEVELT
Epistle, to Shotwell Disclaimi Inten
tion of Being Candidate.
ITLL TEXT OF MISSIVE PRINTED
Saying Be Wanld So "wo Ad
dressed im Vaa Valkeabarg
II Ksde So FmlHt
to Taft. -
fta publication of letter written by
Colon! Roossvelt to people la different
parts of th country, dlylalming any In
tention to ba a candidate for president
this rear, kaa re-rived recollecUoiis of th
Inter written to Franklin A. Shotwell of
Omaha, less than a year ago, asking him
and his friends to prevent any movement
in behalf of the colonel, the letter bavin
been printed at tho time.
"Colonel Booaeveit la talking through
that old hat of his which he threw Into
the ring- when he says he meant a third
consecutive term by his declaration,' said
Mr. Sootwell. formerly secretary of the
Nebraska Progreetlv Republican Club
league, last night.
Written I.ast sr.
"The league Instructed me. last May. to
write Colonel Roosevelt and to ask his
permission to start a movement for his
nomination for a third term. lie answered
In a straightforward manner, asking us
not to start sny such movement as It
wobld deeply embarrass him. The letter
Is as follows:
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- V AXxO. OHIO
Mr. Shotwell: I thank you for your set
ter and very sincerely, appreciate your
good feeling. Ton say that you do not
wish tn embarrass ma, Any suck move
ment a that 'u suggest would vary
deeply embarrass ma, and I must Insist
that you, and any other friends I have,
shall do all In their power to prevent any
such movement. Faithfully yours,
- THEODORE ROOSEVKLT."
That totter anew that Colonel Booae
veit had la mind th tact that he had ac
tually said he would not again be a can
didate and no thought of this coomcu
tlve" business had gotten Into his brain
up to that time. Th Nebraska rrogis
Iv league took him at his word nod
paid no further attention to htm. , His
claim that he meant consecutive" term Is
so obviously a quibble that it would hav
cost him Nebraska, had h not already
lost thla state."
Van Valkeasarg Explains.
WASHINGTON, D. C, March l-ln
reforanoa to th Roossvelt letter S.
of the North American, made th follow
ing Statement tonight:
Of course the letter wsa not mad pub
lic by me. When Colonel RooMvolt at
tended th Cardinal Gibbons celebration
In Baltmor last summer th Associated
Press sent oat an Inspired statement to
th effect that Colonel, Roosevelt had Pos
itively pledged hi support to Mr. Taft for
a renomlnatlon. As a matter of routine
news w printed this dispatch, although
1 had personal knowledge that Colonel
Roosevelt's attitude must have been misrepresented.
'Much was mads by th Taft mana
gers of the supposed indorsement and
even his denial was met by th rejoinder
that hi assurance had been given pri
vately and he was merely denying it for
This lad to my corresponding with
him. which culminated In th kutsr of
Juno XI. It will be observed that hs dnls
th fake story and asks that copies of his
letter be sent to two directors of th
Associated Press tor their. Information.
His purpose was that they should nav an
official denial on record from which they
would issue a formal withdrawal of th
fak yarn. I sent ooplea to Mr. MoCletchy,
requesting that hs furnish on to Mr.
Nsyea. but no denial of the fak story
ever was made by the Associated Press.
"Not only from his letter, but from
conversations with Colonel Roosevelt. I
know that hi communication accurately
and sincerely set forth, bis attltud at
that time, for 1 heard him repeatedly and
emphatically urging friends to drop all
talk of his posslbls candidacy and to us
every effort to dtscoursg such talk In
their own circles.
-Moreover, I heard him apeak In th
am strain end with aual emphasis to
political leedera In my presence to men
who could offer sot merely sentimensJ
support, but delegates to.th national
"Colonel Roosevelt was not a candidate
for th nomination snd was opposed to nil
efforts to boom him. Ths country-wld
demand that has arisen for his nomina
tion has com tn spit of htm. Far from
"plotting for It be persistently discour
aged all activity toward that snd and
yielded only when the demand, rising In
pit of his efforts to (top it, became too
strong to be denied."
TAFT'S TOllt TO BB BlffV - OKB
Will Leave Thsr.de y Might for
WASHINGTON. March i.-Presldsnt
Taft's tour through northern Ohio sad to
Chicago will probably be on of th busi
est and hardest the president ha taken
in months. Republican leader also be
lieve it will be the most Important. No
direct reply' to Colonel Roosevelt's Co
lumbus speech will be mad by th presi
dent nor will he go Into personalltle. Us
will hare many opportunities to mak po
litics! pches, and It was th general
belief today that he would accept -them.
Th president will leer Washington
lata next Thursday night, reaching Toledo
on Friday afternoon after a daylight rids
through eastern and northern Ohio that
may glv him an opportunity' to mak
some reer-platfonn speeches. Ho has
three engagements In Toledo; a reception
by business men, banquet given by th
Commerce club and an address to a pub
Uo meeting In the coliseum. Leaving To
ledo lata Friday night ths presidsnt Is
du In Chicago early on Saturday. On
that day he has sight engagements. In.
eluding a reception at th Taft club.
luncheon with the Union Laagu dob,
visit to ths Press club and ths banquets
of ths Bwedlsh-Amerlcsn Republican club
snd the Traffic club.
Mr. Taft will spend Saturday night in
Chicago, attend church Sunday morning
and before leaving for Washington late
In th afternoon will speak to th Polish
and Bohemian children of th city. He I
du back la Washington 1st on Monday,
Pegg to Collect'
Coal Dealer's Tax
John Oraat Fagg, Inspector of weights
and measures, will b instructed by th
otty council to collect occupation taxes
from all coal dealers. The legal depart
ment wss asked by th committee of the
wool yesterday afternoon to draw op a
resolutloo directing Mr. Pegg to enforce
provisions of th existing ordinance.
Mr. Pegg as wall as many coal dealers
have eomplalned that occupation taxes
would not bo paid by smaller dealers.
Hs placed th name of those who re
fused to pay tn th band of th city
prosecutor, but no actios ha been taken
to force payment, th inspector and th
pro cutor not knowing whose duty It
was to collect to Uses.
Tnla am by the council Is th answer
to th threat of over on hundred amallsr
dealer to contest th validity of the oc-
etrpation tax ordlnano on tho ground
that It Is manifestly unfair for a small
denier to pay th same tax as a large
dealer. Attorneys have been retained and
money raised with which to carry on th
suit. . Th temporary organisation will at
tempt to secure a graduated ecoupsuea
OMAHA. MEN AT CAPITAL
S. D. Breekearidg and W. I. Garley
. Delegates to Civic Federation.
LAW C05DHTTEE IH SESSIOH
even nbad ' Indian ' Call - on
, Ceagrsseaaaa Marti to Soewr
Mstrlbatloa ot Tribal
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON. D. C March . Spe-
claD-R IX Breckenrldge and W. F.
Out-ley of Omaha, who tar been In
Washington several days, will remain to
attend the meeting of th National Civic
federation to which' they ar delegates
from Nebraak by appointment of Uov-
Mr. Breckenrldge la chairman of th
subcommittee of ths federation on re
turn! In legal procedure. He ssld today
that his committee was specially Inter
ested In securing needed changes In fed
eral court equity procedure. The matter.
he stated, has been the subject of discus
sion by the American Bar association and
m magaslne for years. Ths power to
make change rests with ths supreme
court, and In this connection Mr. Breck
snrklgs said that a committee consisting
of Chief Justice White and Justices bur
ton and Vandevanter had been appointed
and was considering the proposition.
W. L. Buchbola of Newell. & 1)., secre
tary of th Commercial dub, arrived In
Washington today and called on Con
grsiiiiisn Martin. Newell Is Interested
In th government townslte under the
Boll Fourch irrigation project, and
there are numerous questions pending In
congress and th departments pertaining
to government townsius snd ths adminis
tration of affair at Newell In partic
ular about which Mr. Buohhols desired
to confer with Mr. Martin and secure
such asalstanc as h can rsndsr.
Indiana Call oa Mart la.
By appointment with Congressman Mar
tin, seven Hosebud Indiana called on hint
this morning; Louis Bordeaux, Reuben
Qui ok Bear, Oeurg Whirlwind Noldler.
Joseph Whit Buffalo. Clarence Whits
Thunder, Broncho Bill and Isaac P. Bet
Ueyoun, constitute the delegation. He
arranged for them to meet with the com
missioner ot Indian affair tomorrow
morning to discuss th distribution of
their tribal funds, isass of lands snd
other tribal matters.
Meaeg far Fall Mlver Plant.
Under an amendment n inA .h. .
rlcultural appropriation bill by Congress
man Martin. KlO.OUv wlU be expend ed
at the Fall River county. South Dakota,
experiment station near Ardmor. for the
necessary fonoeo and other Improvementa
Th last agricultural appropriation bill
oentelned a provision tor this sum, but
because of a recent deotsloR nf h .
trailer of th treasury, ths department
naa oesn unsoi to max tn expenditure.
Th Fall RlVer Station warn aatahlUh
for dry farming experiments.
Western Men at Capital.
Charles IV Milieu, a banker from Fort
Pierre, 8. I)., waa today presented to
President Taft by Congressmen Burke.
Luther Drsks of Omaha spent th day
in Washington on his way west. II has
been spending th winter In th south.
Hs called on both senators and spent
eom tlm with Congressman Lobeek be
fore leaving for Omaha.
Congressman Klnkald has recommended
the appointment of Mr. Clara P. McFall
as postmaster at Antloch. , (
M. I. Atksn. a banker of Lincoln, is in
Washington on a business trip, and paid
Ml respects to Congressman Magulr and
other members of th Nebraska delega
tion. Postal saving bank will bs established
April 1 a follow: Nebraska-Chadren,
Fsirflsld, Oeneva, CNslU, Tekamah.
Iowa Bedford. Bell Plains, Ksgl Qrove,
Forest City, Hawarden, Shenandoah,
South Dakota Mlllbank.
Civil service examinations will be held
April 1 for mall carriers as follows In
Nebraska: West Point, Colorldgs, O'Neill
and Funk. -
Man Pleads Guilty
to Taxicab Robbery
NEW TORK. March S.-James Splxlos.
one of the chief participants In th re
cent tS.0N taxicab robbery, having been
Indicted only this morning, waa arraigned
this afternoon In the court of general ses
sions and pleaded guilty to three counts,
robbery In the first degree, grand larceny
and assault. Matteo Abarno and Robert
Dileo, under arrest with Splaln. c tared
pleas ot not guilty. Splaln waa soot to
Hi Tombs pending semencs.
Splaln gav bis age a s) year and atid
his horn was in Boston, H waa ar
rested en a train at Memphis, Tona.
Paralysis Takes Aged
WEBSTER CITY. Is., March . (Spe
cial Tslegram.1 After an Illness of a
month from paralysis. Rev. J. R. Fan
died In this city tortsy. He bad been a
member of th Northwest Iowa eonfer
enc of th Methodist church for thirty
ONE OF OLD ENGINEERS
BOONS, la, March t 8cecUl Tele
graaa.) fnglnsar U C. Zieamefu of Ctttt-
Itoa. en of th eldest railroad sasa ia
th oasiatiy in pdnt of mm ilie, has Joat
heea pensioned by tn North western cota-
' panv. 3gnefa was n of rh prime
nsovern in th rgsnixxlea mt th Broth
erhood ef Lotontutleo Fulnesas nearly
jl-sif a centsry g
CEDAR RAPIDS HOLY ROLLERS
BROUGHT INTO LIMELIGHT
CEDAR RAPIDS, la., March I-The
Church ("Holy Rollers") of this city is
In trouble Mrs. Nelll Childress and her
brother, Fred True, are under arrest,
charged with misconduct, and other mem
bers of th sect are In jail pending a fur
thsr Investigation Into ths ststs of af
fair that ar alleged to prevail, owing
to th teaching of their leader, "Brother"
According to th police Mrs. Childress
and Fred said thy had been "forgiven"
by th leader and th church members.
Mr. Chlldra told a strange story, th
potlc say, between quotations ot scrip
ture and hymns. Sh called In a physi
cian and was taken to a hospital, and for
thla reason ah said ah waa cast out of
Th condition that ar said to prevail
ar being thoroughly investigated by the'
polles. It Is alleged that tn leader's
power over young girl' vsry strong
and that hs I prevailing upon thsm to
leavs bom and school. He has Insti
tuted a horns for women where they go
and work, one-tenth of their earnings go
ing to th church; and th rest of th
money for th upkeep of th bom.
OMAHA MAN ADMITS GUILT '
ON THE CHARGE OF BIGAMY
PLATTBMOUTH, Neb., March ,-Spe-
daL Charles Allen Whiting, an employ
of th Omaha Io company, and Mrs.
Backus, also of Omaha, wore married by
Judgs Bseson here February tX
Friday last Mrs Whiting No. 1 ( Lln
eoin lodged a complaint with the county
attorney that th groom of th twenty-
third of February waa her legal spouse.
Th Cass eounty sheriff went la pursuit
of Whiting, locating him In- Lincoln. Sat
urday morning he was arraigned before
Judge Archer oa a bigamy charge and
pleaded guilty. He was remanded to th
county jail awaiting
IRISH HONOR EMMET'S NAME
Jerry Sallivai of Dcs Moines
Orator at Annual Banquet
PRAISE FOR PATRIOTIC DEEDS
Emaaet Msaesseat Assoeta tloa and
Irish Fellowship Clab jots) Is
reaction at the Paxtoa
A patriotic Irish assemblage at ths
Paxton hotel last night commemo
rated the anniversary of th birth of'
About S members ot th Emmet
monument association and Irish Fellow
ship dub, after a seven coura dinner,
beard prominent speakers picture the
wonderful history of their race, and the
greet men who had done so much for
ths uplift and welfare of the Irish p.'O-Ple.
Th principal address of th rening
was mad by Jerry Sullivan of Pes
Moines. Ills speech thrilled all with Its
patriotism. In part, he said:
W celebrate thla evrnlug on ot th
most unique page of history. It waa
not what Robert Emmet acoompUsbsd
thst has placed hi nam along aids of
th great men of history, but what hs
sacrificed for the lov of his country;
his life. The heart ot the patrlotlo Irish
man sver turns on th fourth day ot
March to the great sacrifice ot Robert
hwmet, whose epitaph Is not yet written,
Life or t-lberty.
"Usny pages have been given to art,
hintory and science, but mor have been
devoted to this msn. who on the scaf
fold ssld, 'Lif is nothing compared to
"Two of the greatest battles that stand
eut In history today are th battles of
Waterloo and Gettysburg. When the
gieat dictator stood on th battl ground
on th eve of Waterloo hs asked that ths
geography of Europe be rewritten and
mad on great empire. But fat ruled
that this should not be. Again after the
battl ot Gettysburg fat ruled that
slavery should not exist,
"We turn to th psges of Irish history,
th greatest ever written. Thar never
was a rac as great, or one a little
known. Long before th republto of
Rom and th republic ot Greece these
people sxlsted. and gav to th world th
first free school It ever knew. .
"Ireland never had a dark ago. It was
th first and greatest educational center
of th world. It waa from Ireland that
th other countries procured their teach
ers. Th people nav alway stood for
liberty, and never were conquered by any
nation. While many of th former sa
tis ns ot Europe are today merged Into
one, Ireland I distinct.
Death Rather Taaa Treawa,:
"Robert Emmet could bar escaped
death by giving evidence against his
country, but he preferred daata to being
a traitor, H gave up hi lite ia order
that his ' fellowmen might gain a sup
"Ths Irish language, due to th ty
ranny of England, Is todsy almost deed.
When a language la destroyed It means
th asm as th death of th younger
people. Out of th 4.000.CM Irish people
but 300,00 can today speak th language
However. In th near future thla language
will be taught In this country aa well as
"What Induced our forefather to lsavs
Ireland and locate in Alaska, far Aus
tralia snd other countries?" aaked E. i.
Waters In his sddress on "Irish Ideals.''
"It was a determination to better them
selves to progress. The true Irtshmsn
wherever you find him has this spirit ot
sdvsncemcnt. It seems to bo born In his
very soul. This wss born and bred dur
ing the hundred of years of persecution.
"When (he word horn had lost Its
Igniflcanc it would seem that th reign
ot tyranny would hav long sine smoth
ered this spirit In th Irish people, and
they would hav accepted th conditions
as they were Instead of losing sight of
th issias at hand they were over alive to
ih situation. The persecution only msde
tbem went liberty all th more.
Irishman Always Trse,
"No matter In what country yoa find
an Irishman you will alwaya find him
true to hut adopted country) and always
remembering his owa flag, nod ever
ready to help commemorate th his
torical events." , , -
Michael P. O'Connor talked oa 'The
Emmet Monument Association.' H gav
a brief history of .th dub, saying that
th members hav alway been. first to
lend a hand for th Benefit of dvl as
well as of Irish affair, lis said
the people of today were a true
to the Ideals of Emmet aa xhejr fore
fathers at the tlm he sacrificed hi Ufa.
"W must ksep up the fight," he said,
"until the day th orang and green flag
floats to th breese over tbo Republic of
L. J. .TePoel was toastmaater.1 Old
Irish songs were sung by James Blair
and Miss Mary Ryder.
A huge portrait of Robert Emmet hung
t the head of the dining ball, draped
by the American and 111 ah flags.
SOCIALISTS LOSE FIGHT .
WAGED AT MUSCATINE
M USC ATTN 13. Ia. Marc a-Th sortsj
Irts were defeated by the citizens, a non
rartlsan ticket, tn the city election here
today, according to returns tonight. Con
rad Koebler waa elected mayor by. 30
plurality, and all other candidates for
dty office on th dtlxens ticket were
Th socialists succeeded ia electing an
alderman. Lea Raimbow. who wen by
atxty votes. Tbo eeectioa followed a Uvdy
campaign la which hauls) s of tn strik
ing button workers ar said to bar fig
' Elakt Tears for MaaaUashter.
MASON COT". In March I-hS-mcssI
Telegram.) Waiter NUo-rich. who ad
mitted kUUng Phillip Jurovloh and fa
tally stabbing Phillip starch thla after,
noon, slesd ed guilty to manslaughter and
waa santeneed by Judge dark to eight
years In th reformatory at Anamoaa.
Nljnconck ia B) yean aid,
IANT A SIFTKG COMMITTEE;
Woman's Club Has Warm SiKnuion
Orer Political Affaira,
THEY C0XE TO K0 AGBEEMT.rTT
Will Hav E veal mat Class for Burn
aad Wasstra to Stagy Civil Cerv
eraawsl Interesting Fr
Some of th members of th Omaha
Woman's dub do not want that body
to bo nd by politicians aa a mean of
pushing reform; they do want a sifting
committee to mvsstigats and consider
such matter and if ad visa bis t recom
mend them to th director and execu
tive committee for action by th dub.
Other ar strenuously opposed to the
measure of which Mrs. A. K, Uault, chair
man of tho constitutional committee la
the chief champion. Mrs. Oault main
tained that th 1 fling committee would
save time, place responsibility and free
th club of being rsspoosibl for measures
passed by th separate departments.
Th dub voted an amendment to Mrs.
Oauit'a motloa making It neemasry for th
proposed sifting committee to submit all
matter which come to Its hands to ths di
rectors and making It impossible tor th
committee to kill any matter whatever.
Before th dub had a chance to vote
on th motloa tlm was up tor th busi
ness session. After spending five min
ute oa voting, whether to uk six extra
mlnutea to settle tho question, th ma
jority stood for leaving It until next
During the business session It was voted
to start la th near future evening classes
for mea and women for the study at con
stitutional and municipal government.
Th Passes will be held In th Public
library and will be managed by th dvtl
servic commute with co-operation ot
Miss Tobltt, librarian.
Th program was In charge ot the
oratory department, of which Mia Lillian
Fitch ia leader, lira. Samud Rosa gav
a res urns ot th year's work, la which
sh stated that the members were not
aiming to shin before th footlights, but
war doing good work In th theory and
practlo of dramaUo art, aesthetic danc
ing, deep breathing and drills for (race
Mrs. Orant Williams gav th Oreek
drama. "Antigone" by Sophocles, and
Mrs. Franklin Shotwell. ths modern
drama, "Strlfs," by Galsworthy. Mrs. John
Shary sang, accompanied by Mr. Clyde
Rohrbough and Frank Mach played the
violin, accosnpanled by Mrs. John lisar
mana. Pupils ot th Metropolitan school
gav aesthetic danceav
At th tea which followed the program,
those preetdlng at the table were:
Mrs. C. M. Schneider. Mrs. J. F. Wsg
ner. Mrs. Samuel Ree and Mrs. O. a
Those assisting were:
Mrs. K. M. Bvfert. Mrs. K. I. Keller.
Mrs. 8. A. Collins. Mrs. W. U. Nlekleson,
Mrs. A. V. ShotweU, Mrs. Jean Johnatnn.
Mra. C U Combs, Mrs. R. liehrle. Mrs.
Frank Joaee, Mrs. E. J. Neely. Mrs. O.
T. Krrng. Mrs. J. W. Gill and Miss Grace
Conk tin. . .
LEADING MILLS COUNTY
PIONEER DIES AT TABOR
QLEXWOOD, Is.. March 1 (Special. )
William H. Rodman, a democratic leader
of southern Mill county, died at Tabor
last - evening. Mr.. Rodman was bora
July X. UM, tn Peoria county, Illinois,
and cam to Iowa In IS, settling north
ot Tabor. Me brought th Brst load ot
fear wire to soot hern Mills county with
aa ox leans. Breaking out hi land with
th earn motive power. Until recently,
when hi health tailed, ho ws an of
southern Mills county's most Influential
Fat, or vo fattlsh, women readers
who want to bo In th mods this year
must understood that th demand la
for Una, not curves, and govora
That mean OFF with Ih fat. It has
become a duly. Many are trying excr
ete or distlngi but It is certain they
wilt find ths msthods too alow, and
undesirable The cheapest aad safest
way to get In form for Ih Dlrectotr
mod 1 by mean of Marmola Pre
scription Tableta Any druggist (or
ins stamoia I.O., saj r armer Midg., I De
troit. Mich.) will give you a large alsed
case ot these elegant little fst reducers.
containing a good, generous supply, fur
seventy-five cents, and svsn this quan
tity ahould bo snough to mskeadeulded
Impression or your excess fat Many
have met as much as a pound a day.
These Marmol Prescription Tableta
may he used with Iniounlty and likewise
perfect confidence, for, being mads
strictly In aocordanr with tit funoo
Marmola Prescription, tiiey ar. of
course, quite liermleeo. They ar rather
beneficial than otherwise, in fact, never
disturbing th atumsch or causing a
wrinkling of th firth.
70U know how wholesome rood German
I ry bread is. The atardiMt, healthiest poop
In th world rat it Rya ia the com plot food th
kind thst will do too tho most eood and tear th beet
last in year ssoutn. Contains the vital ekemoats that eoaunoa
ream of Rye
'EAT IT rO HEALTH
soft Wooer risks assds frees tb wV. rree-ry wt afl th
mwfcuuBeatarttta. A toed tabs eeoeee. therefore, freafreastko
Sansanxa onat aad ran V-tca arwet. eWxwnc. ia rdy pre
pared Aaaee. . Net seiy seeraUiiaa, aejt ftaabe. the aralaes
sf waste snd ernes eo tbsdWeeove eesass. Tee Ideal breakfast
feed, bat Just ee good U breed. BesMisss, BWUnn and tTlUsrS.
Bverybety blast It, Oet H frees year graces.
Free Ss iWt Is (be PsAars JSJrSJSlK'S
CneaWkr. TlneitiMeiiiltTu.if - e s.i;Maainna
?v liMUKUS CECU. a,lsc,l .
"The Favorite Rye
of Six Generations"
The SCHENLEY bottle ia
full of pure rye, because
the SCHENLEY label says so. .
is 4 times distilled in copper.
(Ordinary whlakay not snor than twfco)
This means absolute purity
delicate flavor extra
Bottled in Bond
Each bottle It sealed with
the U. S. GovfTfiroent Stamp.
Its age is guaranteed by the
Itspurity by the Scnenley
J Ita quality speaks for itself.
Wfcaa you buy Rya, buy Scbnly. At all daaiara. ,' .
- Scnenley Dtstillinf Com pony, Loceeco, Pa.
Whiskey Costs Only
12c a Gallon
A Kaasaa City Man Has Published a
Book, Giving the KonnnlA by
Which the Whiskey Trust Makei
Their 13 Per Gallon Whtakes
for Only 12c. Per Gallon.
Fights th Whiskey Treat by Kailing
Bia Bosk Con tain lag ronaala..
srs to Bvery Oa. y
If r. Marcel, located at 3t Marcel Block
Kansas City, sio.. has published a book
entitled -Secrets ot the Whisker Trust
Exposed." In which be snows how tbs
whiskey trust takes a bushel of corn, a
pinch of barley malt, a penny's worth of
yeast, and makes five gallons of whiakev
at a total coat of lea than ac; and tfaea
sell it at from four to five dollar a sal
Ion. Hs explains how the whisker karoos
make their mi 11 tons and shows who pars
for their saansleas and automobiles. Th
book I a fascinating story of a great
rim against th wusunaein of whlsksy.
htr. alsresi la mailing out thousands of
thee book exposta- the swereta sf ths
whlsksy trust on aecoont of tho trass's
flxht against hiss. Any ona interested
should writ for tho book, aa it will b
k V . I 1 saaa-aasBaw
DYNAMO ELECTRIC LIGHTING SYSTEM
NOT IN ONE COMBINATION EACH IS INDEPENDENT .
. . ; EXHIBIT THIS WEEK DES MOINES AUTO SHOW
Mr. Charles P. Henderson, president of the Henderson Motor Sales Co!, In
dianapolis, is at the Des Moines automobile show, and registered at the Ran
dolph Hotel. He will bo pleased to meet dealers and Cole owners. ' '
OMAHA OPEN TO LIVE AGENT .
The Cole is now negotiating to close Omaha and Hurroiinding territory. If
interested, wire Mr. Bradersoa.
Henderson Motor Sales Go.
... Indianapolis, Ind. v" '
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