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WHO SENT POSTAL CARDS?
Ianoola Postal Authorities Hold
Some Attacking Boosevelt.
TAFT PETITI05S ABE EEADY
WU1 Sat Be Filed Beta
ie nkViarrs Flllass ,
Made far Placa I'aaa Ik
LINCOLN. March t-(8pecial-A tars
number of potal cards have been mailed
at the Lincoln poetaffite on tha back of
which la printed a campaign document In
opposition to Rooaeve.it. They are' not
regulation postal cards, but require a
stamp for mailing and aome have been
dropped In without the required postage.
The postal authorities inquired of the
Taft headquarters If they had sent them
out. with a view of bavins; tha postage
paid and tha cards forwarded. This in
quiry brought out the following statement
from Colonel Culver, who is In charge of
the Taft headquarter In tha temporary
absence, of Secretary Currle:
Information cornea from the city poet
office that certain cards are being held
for postage and asks for Information as
to the aender m order to collect postage.
They are addressed to various cltisens of
the state and contain printed matter on
the opposite side entitled, 'Roosevelt men
will throw their lists In the ring and
s newer these questions. Then 'follows
criticisms of Mr. Roosevelt. We are
pleased to Inform postofflcs authorities
that we have no knowledge from whence
they tame or whither they are going. It
Is not the business nor disporitlon of the
Taft committee to attack any one of the
opposing candidates. All wo desire to do
is to appeal to the better Judgment of the
electors and In s spirit of fairness urge
them to favor the renomlnstlon and re
election of President Tsfi. believing that
the heat Interests of the government will
be subserved by such action." '
SliK-e tha fact of the circulation of the
cards lias become known there are some
who are wondering If It can he possible
the La Kollette men are not "toting" fair
with their lioosevelt allies. It Is known
that tha genuine La Follette men are de
cidedly sore at Roosevelt and charge him
with unfairness In coming out for the
presidency, and la far! are more bitterly
opposed to hint than to sny other candi
date. The petitions for President Taft as a
preferential candidate for the presidency
and also those for the delegates snd
lectors, named la. aav .behalf, have .all
been completed so far as obtaining the
required numfer of signatures, and In
fact contain many more, -and could be
filed at any time. It has been decided
to wait until next week, probably Mon
day or Tuesday, before filing them, how
ever. In order to get In a number of
petit lone which have not yet been re
turned; bub which It la known hare been
signed, There Is no hurry a:ut the
tiMiler and It Is desired to file all of
them at the same time. If possible.
Herbert I Stein of Orleans has filed ;
as republican candidate for senator from
the Twenty-lint district, C.A. . Ready
of Hayes Comer has entered as the re
publican " candidate .or .representative
from the Seventieth 'district..
, .Al'.le ..BeU eC.Vodb Mat $ lias Died
- by Lincoln Company
TECUMSEH. Neb.. March I - Special.)
Another step towards the consumma
tion of the merger of the telephone com
panies of Johnson connty was accom
plished last evening, .when a stockhold
ers' meeting 0 the Johnson County Home
Telephone company was held In this city,
and an agreement waa reached with rep
resentatives of the Lincoln. Telephone
and Telegraph company for the sale of
the local concern. The Johnson County
Home Telephone company has been oper
ating plants, at a loss. In Adam. Ster
ling. Cook, Graf. Elk Creek. Vesrtsr-end
Teeumseh. The company waa organised
here some five year ago and was capi
talised for IIOXOOO.
An agreement waa made at the meeting
for the Lincoln company, which company
succeeds the Bell In territory south of
the Platte river In Nebraska, to take over
the Johnson county company. Besides a
bonded indebtedness of H,7M. the looal
company baa outstanding Indebtedness
amounting to over KS.MS, the majority of
which Is due the Lincoln company. The
Lincoln Telephone and Telegraph com
pany agrees to take over all stock of
the Johnson county company, to assume
all outstanding Indebtedness against the
local company, to tftsus pre! erred stock
In the larger company for the -preferred
stock In the smaller concern, dollar for
dollar, but not to recognise the common
stock. The Lincoln company already
owns a lars Per cent of the common
stock. The plan .will be given the State
Railway commission (or Its approval, and
within a very short time there will be
but one company in this' territory.
Half-Minute Store Talk
fK lady came In here recently to buy
some rurnieninga. tne saia sne was a
comparative stranger la town and that
aha aaked a neighbor which waa the
best clothing store. The neighbor un
hesitatingly said King-Swanson Co. She
ended her business transactions for that
day by declaring that her neighbor waa
wonderfully trsthful woman.
OMAHA'S ONLY MODEMS CLOTHINQ STOKE '
THE HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES
A I way
Haiu t I m - Wfaitt.
tVYioRB. NebNMarcu (.-(Speclal.)-
At a public auction of horses held here
yesterday, about Ml head were sold at
prices which averaged about 1173. The
principal buyers were the H. at H. o
party o" Chicago and Frank Howard of
rawnec. There were buyers here from
niany different point. Including 8t Joe.
Kansas City, St. Louis and Chicago.
Farmers bought some of the better class
teams and single work horses.
Nebraska City Mas Promoted.
M'.nRASKA CITT. Neb.. March .-
(Special.) Word has been received of the
promotion of a Nebraska City boy, N orris
II. Reed, who has been made assistant
general advertising agent for the Arch
Ison, Topeka at Panta Fa railroad, with
headquarters at Chicago. Mr, Reed la a
graduate of the . Nebraska City High
school and was born and reared In this
SOUTH DAKOTA BUYING
SEED CORN FROM MONTANA
Lawrence county, Soutb Dakota, has
learn up the '"pur seed" doctrine and
is spreading It smong the farmers. The
county commissioners have closed a deal
with some of the grain and produce deal.
era of thsU-portlon of Montana lylnn
closest to South Dakota, and are buying
seed for distribution. Already' fourteen
carload of seed wheat, corn, oats and
aa a socialist vandNst for sebstor irom potatoes have been purchased. ' The se
the Twrnlv-flfth district.. .' i ' I will b sold to the farmers at actual cost
James R. Dein of Broken Boar sent In i If they have money they will pay in cash,
hi filing a a Uemoatle candidate fori but If not they wlir give notes, payable
elector at large - , W
W. B. Eastham, already In the race as
ft democratic candidate for commissioner
of public lands and buildings, has sent
In a populist petition (or the same, po
Davis Murder Case :,
. ' - Goes to the Jury
HAJVnNOTON. Neb., JIarch l-Thc
Maggie Davis murder case went to the
Jury at o'clock this afternoon. 8h Is
accused of killing Ira Churchill, her
BEET ACREAGE WILL
BE GREATLY INCREASED
KCOTTS BLCW. Neb., March l-IBpe-
cial.V-Last year proved so successful to
growers of sugar beets that the field
nun for ' the factory . are this year
.swamped with applications for acreage.
Ijuit year there was about 11,000 acres
grown and this year there is already
15.U acres signed up, -with others still
looking for avsilabl lands and wanting
contracts. Tne sugar people say that they!
ia never bad similar- experience be-,
fore; and. If It keep .up they will be
Obliged to call a halt, as the supply of
ecd will not permit the acreage to I
run too large. A shortage in the see
crop abroad make a good article a lit
)! difficult to obtain.
FREMONT AND LUSHTON
) WOODMEN jOIN INSURGENTS
.', FREMONT, Neb.. March l-KSpacial.)-
At the close of tne regular camp meet
ing of the Modern Woodmen Wednesday
an adjourned meeting was held and the
following elected aa delegate to go to
the Hastings convention March a: J. W.
Nation, J. W. Cateren, George Johnson
and J. O. Markey. I
LrSliTO.V. Neb.1 March i. ISoMrial.t '
At a well attended meeting of the
era Woodmen of America held at this
place last night a delegate was appointed
to attend the insurgent meeting to be
" held at Hastings March . In response
te a call to see how they stood on the
matter of accepting the revised rates S3
per cent of those present stated they
vfotfld drop from-the order.
fter the harvesting of the crop next
It Is said that. Pennington, Belle
Fourche and Fall River . counties are
about to follow the example set by Law,
rence county, the sole purpose being that
the farmers shall have an abundance of
good seed In anticipation of a bonansa
SOUTH DAKOTA HARDWARE
DEALERS ELECT OFFICERS
SIOIX FALLS. 8. D.. March l-rJp.
claL) The seventh annual convention of
the South Dakota Hardware Dealers' as
sociation, after being In session in Sioux
Fulls for three days, haa completed Its
work, and the delegates now ere return
ing to their homes In different psrt of
At a business session held a short time
before final adjournment was taken the
following officers were elected for the
coming year: President, H. W. Browne,
Harley: vice presidents, R. J. Odell, Mont
rose, sad O. W. Anderson, Lane; secre
tary. IL V. Jobnsoa. Redfleld: treasurer,
B. 0. Wsttaon, Chamberlain. The execu
tive -committee consists of the following:
R. C. Warren, Fterre; J. P. Russell, Rtoux
Falls; F.' L. Pixley, Montrose: E. I.
Gregory, Alexandria: J. W. Chase, Par
ker: Henry Kruse, Spencer, and C. K.
Neff, Croton. K. C. Warren, of Pierre
was elected a delegate to the national
convention of hardware men.
The resolutions 'as adopted' declare
against the enactment of a parcela post
law, and ask that the matter be investi
gated by a non-partisan commission on
which the business men and' agricultural
Interests shall be represented. .
MADISON MAN DOES NOT -'
WANT THIRD TERM
MADI.-O.V, Neb., March t-fPpedaiy-Judge
H. Haldenson of Newman Grove
has filed as a candidate for county a',
torney,' subject, to the wJ and wish of
the republican . primary. Friend , of
County Attorney Nichols urged him. te
file, botj to ail he replied. Two-terms
and oat, and I gbeohitely 'Win not rile
for a tbtrd term.
' Will Vote Bridge Beads. ,
NORTH PLATTE. Neb.. March t
CfcpodaL) A special election has been
ordered by the county com mis.-tone s te
- be heed m PI rd wood precinct on April S.
to vote Sl&W bonds for the construction
o." a new cement bridge to replace the
etd 'wooden structure screes the North
JPlstte rtieT jutt.weat'of fhia place. The
petlUua. asking for the sleetien Is
signed by more than fifty resident (ree
. .VOders suvd f the bridge I badly
needed there appear to be little
ties to the bond lass.
NEBRASKA CITT. Neb.. March t
( Special. Bemle A. Lockwood of Syra
cuse was married here yesterday to Miss
Margaret Huff oT this city.' Thai mar
riage rwas a quiet one and. the heuple
have, gone to Syracuse to, make Hhetr
HUMBOLDT, Neb, March . (Special.)
-Mr. John Alfred Bueber and Mis So
phia Anna, Eia were married at 4 o'clock
Wenensdaf evening at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs, John Els, a
few miles sooth of Humboldt.
Gentlemen what better time for selecting
spring clothes than right now? ,
It gives you plenty of time and allows you to come out in proper apparel on the first
balmy. Spring day. Stocks are unbroken,, and not a mere
handful, but a complete line. At your service LOOK or buy.
Spring suits are a revelation
Contrasting with the flashy colors of past season' this Spring'
Suit coloring are soft, beautiful and refined. The model are ot two
general types Kngllsb for ultra fashionables and conservative fdr
those prvlerrlng dignified style. Our spring line contains almost
everything a man could mant and at any price ha would care to pay.
io better time to look than now.
$10.00 to $35.00
True Blue the serge for you
No Blue Serge so nearly perfect Absolutely fadeless finely woven,
faultlessly made and perfect fitting. Comparable only to serge sell
ing at fS.OO or more dollars In other stores.
$10.00 to $25.00
Overgarments for dress or utility
Light Overcoats for style and Rain shedding garments for utility,
.' Great line of both at
$10.00 to $25:00
Spring clothes for little fellow's
.A Spring message from this store would he Incomplete without a
reference to the things Boys wear. We honestly believe that 000
you see our line you will not want to see any other.
Stiffs, $2 to $10. Spring Coata $2.50 or Better,
ready for you
Tour preference may be a Derby or a
90ft Hat makes no differeuce to us.
Stetsons, $3.50 up
Others $1.50 up
New Neckwear, Shirts nnd other items
of small wearables are certainly attrac
tive. Better select a goodly assortment
right now. '
Swell Ties, 50c up
Dressy Shirts, $1.00 up ,
Spring Cloves, $1.00 up
' or any other wtarabU you might need
No Better Shoes Than Ours
In fact the general run of Shoes selling
for a dollar or so more are not so good.
We acoept the smallest Shoe profit of
,any store in town ' ' v ,.i
Crawford, $3.50 and $4.50
Great Values at $2.50 )
Our Boys' Shoes are Unmatch
. able, $1.50 up r
, MwrrimeT' Lies noes.
Permits to wed have .been granted to
the folio wins; couple :
Name and Residence. Afe.
Aneus A- Johnson. Oakland. Iowa..'....
Lola M. Buckner. Oakland, Iowa..
Harry L. Inlaw, Omaha......
Eva L. Miller. Warren. Ark
William E Hamilton. Omaha
Zora - nueeraJd, Omaha
Orrar C. I.sseter. Omaha ...,...
Catherine Pnehard. Omaha
Joseph N White. Omaha
bora Rubinstein. Omaha
William Shummr. South Omaha
Mir 7 Green. 8outh Omaha
Harry O White, JDea Molnee
Mary Hammona. Council Bluffs ....
rrank Ptacher. Blair. Neb..
Jessie Dellincer. Blair, Meb..
HEAR MEDICAL SCHOOL CASE
Supreme Judges Have Omaha Appro-J
pnatiou ArgTunenU Freiented.
SCHOOLS OF MUJlCUfE dVOLVED
Rallwar CesBBBlsslaa l.lsteas ta
Presentation ef ArsjaBaeat Over
Tariff Sklpsaeata Be-
twees relate la State.
... (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOUV, March l.-t8peclal.-the
case of Stewart asalnst Barton was ar
gued In tha supreme court today. This
Is ths Injunction proreedinc brought to
prevent the erection ol the laboratory
building en the new campus of the Slat
University Medical school at Omaha. The
legislature appropriated 10U.1X for the
purpose snd Stewart seujrht to enjoin the
auditor from hunting warrants asalnst
the fund. He lost In the lower court and
appealed. It I the general understanding
that the real motive back of tho move Is
a disagreement between different schools
of medicine and tlila point figure ss one
of the objection to the legality of the
appropriation. It being set up that the
money Is to be used for the solo benefit
of one school of practice. It lb also urged
that the. law locates tbe university or
Nebraska at Lincoln and that the appro
priation of money, for any portion. of the
university located elsewhere s iiicgm.
A. B. Tlbbets of Lincoln appear for th
plaintiff and H. II. Ualurlse ot Omaha
and W, Ch Hastings, dean of the univer
sity law school, appear In beluilf of the
Coaw Jolas lasers.
William J. Coad haa filed his rejoined
to the answer of Charles P. Rosa to
Coed's protest against ths water right
filing ot Rosa. In the rejoined Coad Joins
William J. McEathroo and In It he as
serts the Ross people hsve not followed
the law In making or perfecting their,
watertight filing and that, therefore.
It is void. There Is a growing Indication
that thla protest and the numerous and
conflicting filings made of late are the
preliminaries to long and bitterly con
tested litigation. It Is generally conceded
that the Loup river la one of the best
streams In the United States for gener
ation of aster power. It Is less subject
to either flood or low stage of water
than any other stream in the country
and the fall Is ample to generate ex
tensive power and through a country
comparatively easy of development ItsH
proximity to Omaha and other lance
centers for consumption of power affords
an ample market and the high cost of
fuel tor steam power makes water power
especially 'desirable. With the exception
of the Kountse Brotleef-s, who are an
nounced as the backers of the Coad
project and tha Dougherty group of fi
nanciers, who are figured In with Mr.
Babeock, It does not appear on the sur
face who Is behind the ether projects,
he most prominent of which are tbe
Ross and Koenlg projects.
The wtadup of the hearing on the Union
Pacific valuation Is set for March 3D be
fore ths railway commissioner.
CesaaiUslew Clves Hearlas;.
The railway commission today was en
gaged In hearing a complaint of errone
ous classification on an engine shipped
from Omaha to University Place over
the Burlington. The difference in classi
fication Involves about In freight
charges, but the case brought the attor
ney of the Burlington rued and Its aa-
etatant general freight agent. A. B. Smith,
In addition to the shipper sad his legal
representative. The commission haa not
yet rendered an opinion ot the case.
The Rock Island road baa asked the
railway commission to permit It to with
draw certain switching tariffs In Un
oolns The tariffs are for handling cars
delivered to the Rock Island by other
roads entering Llncola. and the 1de
Intent of the move, Is to compel the
parties Involved to ship over the Rock
Island or esse receive their goods from
the tracks ot tte'sls which bring the
cars Into Lincoln. ItV alleged the com-
At the governor's office It Is denied that
any decision ha been reached en tha
nroooanion of prohibiting women from
teaching In the Sunday school at the pen!
tenUary. though the matter has been
under consideration for some time. There
is argument to sustain each side of the
controversy, It I admitted, but prison
uthorlties, as rule, lean to the opinio
that the practice Is bad.
Bill Bar Vp 'Paper,
C. J.' Bill ha bought for W cent en
the dollar the notes and mortgage be
hmglng to the aseels of the Woodmen
Fire insurance company which la now In
process of liquidation. From thla money
and ofber"ath on hand a dividend of K
per rent haa been made to the stock
holders. It as announced other dividends
will be made la the future. One source
from which the money for the dividend
waa derived was the -.( realised by
the repayment of money used to get
possession of the office of the Union firs.
The stock of the -Woodmen company was
originally sold for M par share.
Eaclae Beats Ceastabsv,
If he did not know It before Constable
Ira Miller nenr knows that' he cannot eus-
runa Burllmrton engine. Miller had an
attachment for some household goods,
but when be went to serve It he found the
engine hooked to the cart Into which
they had been loaded. Before 4e could
make good the sen-Ice the train started
and the car with the goods sped out of
the reach' of the constable and" the
Jurisdiction of the court. The goods
were the property of Janes McNeely and
they were sought to satisfy a claim for
Tits Case' of liealaaltls.
Dr. F. U Wllmetk of this city has re
turned from Adams, where he was called
in consultation on two cases supposed to
be oerebro spinal meningitis. lie pro
nounced tbe cases genuine and of a se
vere type. They are In the family ot
Henry Feerhausen and are the sons. For
est and Ira, aged rrapectlvely zt and U
year. One of the victims attended the
public school and for that reason the
school has been dismissed and the build
ing fumigated. If no further cases ap
pear within a reasonsbls time the school
will be permitted to reopen Another
case Is reported from the town ot Eagle.
t'herfctaaT Up Treaaars-.'
It will require two or three week to
complete the checking of funds in the
county treasurer's office by Accountant
Tullles, and until that Is acouipllshed
nothing more will be given out concern
ing the shortage. It Is drtfltted that
under ths system in vogue there several
other funds are susceptible of the same
manipulation as tha school district funds,
from which the money known te be ab
stracted was takpn. The official will
not give out tbe exact amount of tbe
peculations even In this fund, but when
the work is completed It Is said a com
plete statement will be submitted.
Zora Fitfg-eralr and William Earl
Apponmmn's ass beautifui
Heat of I'alveraltjr Sladrkt Frleada
of reaple Attea rltsgerald '
Hem Taatttr sad Prav'
A host of university students cams from,
Lincoln to attend the wedding of Miss'
Zora Fltsgerald and William Earl I lain II
ton last evening atltha home ot Mr. and
Mrs. F. J, Fltsgerald' on South Thirty
eighth street. Hev. Thomas H. McCon-
nell of Westminster Presbyterian eubrch
Tha bride, who graduated from the
University of Nebraska last month. Is
prominent member of the PI Bet, Psl
sorority and the groom ot the Delta
t'pallon fraternity, Nearly all of the
vouna neonla la tha wedding Darts' and Hot Lsoev.
the college friend of the young people, J"1- .
u ,k. ... - nce Bjchwske.
- Cssses Stacka Decrease. - .
XBW TURK. March t The February
report of the Copper Producer's associa
tion shews a lucres of M,M pounds in
stocks on band.
Sheraaaa VUea fas' I Salter. "'
STRING PlLDv PI.. March S.-L, ft.
Sherwtan et Springfield today filed his
petition as a eandMate for the republican
Dosstaation for United States senator.
I pany has no tracks to Vie plants of the
parties mentioned, but That the Rock
Isltjirl track are need because they are
nearer than those of otk'w reads.
;' Llaelaa-r m :W.p- Hease. .
- H. C. Lindsay has started on his return
from Florida,, but Will stop ax several
place en route, reaching Lincoln the lat
ter part e next week. He report that
be succeeded la landing - a ass-pound
shark while' fishing; eft the Florida key.
Evidently be la prepared te ten some
fish stories on Ms return, which will bold
hi fishermen friends for a time at least
NORTHWESTERN WILL BURN
OIL IN MORE LOCOMOTIVES
CA8PER, Wyo.. March, I. (Special.
In about ten days the Chicago V North
western railway, which haa been burn
ing Lander oil in Its locomotives fur. two
years, will install nineteen more -' oil-
burning engines between Lander and Nor
folk, Neb.; and Dead wood. Storage tank-
have -been completed at the various fuel
stations and a large number of new ol1
tank cars have bee adued to tbe com
pany's equipment. In addition to its
contract with the Wyopo Oil company ef
Lander for It entire output, the North
western railway haa also contracted with
the Midwest company, which Is opera tiag
wells I the Salt Creek fields west
Casper, for a portioa of Its output, sad
orders will be Increased as soon aa more
engines can be equipped with oil-burn pig
fire- boxes and storage tanks' and tank
cars for transporting the oil . cgn x be
built. ' '
members of these fraternities; Rusene Holland
A profusion of spring flowsrs were used fJJ? 'Jr!on'
In decorating the rooms. The ceremony
waa performed In the living room, thet
wedding party standing under a canopy
of asparagus fern and sweet peas. Yellow
daffodils and candle were also used In
deorJratlon In thla room. Pink rose were
made a pleasing effect In the muslo room
and mo'inds of daffodil! were seen In the
dining room. ,'
The bride appeared dainty la a gown of
Ivory satin mad with squars court train.
Alencoa ISoe formed the overdress, which
we traped with Urge pearl garniture.
The yoke and sieevse war embroidered
with pearls. Ths long tulle veil was
draped In tha form of a Juliette cap with
wreath of lilies of-the valley. The
groom's gift waa a hsudseme PI Beta
I'M sorority pin In ths shape of an
arrow set with pearls and diamond
Mis Ruth Flucorald. sister of the
brlCe, ass maid of hon.r and wore pals
green satin draped with wnite mar-
aulsette. She wore while tolls In her
hair and carried .whits roses. The bride's
gift was a gold bracelet.
The four bridesmaid war sorority sis
ters of til bride. The first two were
Mix Helen Helloway of Minneapolis and
Miss Rachsl Kellogg of PsrctvaL la. Thsy
wars gowned alike In whit satin draped
wtlh green marquisette. Miss Ludle Bell
of York snd Mis Ruth Heacook of Falls
City came next, gowned In whit satin
with vsrdraplng of yellow marquisette.
Lacli carried a white lace garden hat
filled with asparagua fern, tied with tulle,
and wore tulls cape with short veils. The
bride's gift t - her attendant were
enamel bar pine. I
Miss .Grace Salisbury ef Lincoln waa
mist res ef ceremonies sad war whit,
satin draped with whits striped mar
quisette, "Spring." by Nsvin. and tb
Lohengrin wedding march were played ;
by Mlse June Brown of Kearney, violin-1
1st, and Louis Hagenslck ef Lincoln
pianist. Miss Brawn wore whits , satin
veiled In blue figured marquisette.
Mrs. Fltsgerald were a pretty gown of
pompadour silk, veiled In black embrol
dered chiffon. Mrs. Samuel Dllwln Pray
of Indianapolis wore blue brocaded silk
with crystal net overdress.
Nathan Harold Sears of Dallas, & DN
was best man. Ths ribbons were strstohsd
by Messrs. Fred Burr and Harvey Rath-
bone of Lincoln.
Following the ceremony there was a re,
caption, the following being guest:
W. F. Kenny, Harold Bear
fvU J,1',v Dallas, a D.J
John F. gtoui. Kamuel D. pray
It II. Olmi(d, , of Indianapolis,
Mr, and Mr a w. L. Burbaak of Kansas
Mr. and Mr, r. P. Tung of Kansas
Miss Xeola Young ef Kansas City,
The yeung people woo came from the
university te attend the wedding in
Raobette Well.' Iloren.-e HnetalUr
AU Booth Bolmaa, Kul Hate,
REED URGES WOODMEN
TO REMAIN IN RANKS
Willis E. Reed ef Madison. Nek., candi
date for the democratic nomination fee
United States senator, urges members of
the Modern Woodmen of America aet to
seed oa account of th raise In rata.
"Members of the society have It In their
power. If the assessment Is too high," be
aid. '1 remedy the matter at th next
meeting of tb head camp, which la nly
eighteen monies from the time th pro
posed rates will Uke effect. Jf we ara
paying mere than I essential or aoa
eery, it will remain In Hi treasury sndj
will not be lost or squandered, but wilt
be there to tb credit ef each of us, ao
carding to our Interest."'
Hlftba sss Dratbs.
ntrths-O. and Nellie Roswell, Clerk.
son hospital, boy: R. C. and Virginia
s-,n owiMiai, wj2 v. hiiu virgin!!
Becker. ll South Nineteenth at reel, slrl
James and Maewe L fktrr, ePin fteaard
street, boy: vlnrenso and Lrasle Casilgllo.
1110 South Twelfth strwet, boj; K and
M. J. Sorensen. Z7t South Twelfth street.
sir!; Wsltsr M. snd OMv eerw, Ben-
Ml, gin. , ,,-r--
Aatb and Povnleton street: Mrs. Susan
P Klnka,le. et years, sixteenth and
Howard streets; Sam lng-rnan. & years.
g.3t Lske street: Albert Wrtdner, W
j veers, Tuiti North Eighteenth street; Mrs.
I Laura J. Palmer, Jfl years. Newt York
I wTU ) I
- ' av w
For Tender Faces
Indispensable for truss subject la res
aess. roughness, sad ethsr IrritaUoes
of ths ski. Asberisg luxury. No mug,
a soggy soap, a gams, s waste ef
tiower money. In nickeled box. lie. at
stores or by malL Liberal sample frea.
Address -tAitlOT,- Dept. SS. Bosioa.
brews Throws Thaaisess.
ROCK ISLAND. III., March 7. Carl
Brown of Waterloo, la, and "Cyclone"
Tommy Thompson of this eltr, middle
weights, met here In a wrestling match
last night, the Iowan winning In straight
tails. The time waa X:U and li te
Lungs Weak? Co To Your Doctor
We have had (seventy years of experience with Ayert
Cherry Pectoral That makes us have great confidence in it for
coughs, cold, bronchitis, weak throats, and weak lungs. Ask your
own doctor what exrence he has had with it. He kixrws. tie can
advise you wisely. Keep in dote touch with him. tfTVi
Low Coast Rates
SPRING and SUMMER, 1912
One Way Colonist
5QC I Calif"ia. Oregon. Washln-
aCLift 10 "i ion. unusn Columbia. Mon-
I tana. Idaho, Utah. Nevada
Daily Maxell 1st to April 15th.
ROU1VD TRIP FARES
From Omaha, ) To , Xo " -
Council Sanlcisco,- Portland, 4
Bluffs, Los Angeles, Seattle, Tacomsk
Lincoln. San Diego. Vancouver?
. ArU 27tl to n May 15 te 17.
SOdb t May St7 te 28. ,UBf ,rt
' PATKS iUj Ja a atd. September Jod to a-ots-,
oV June 12th W SOOu J-, 27 to SO. 9eb"
SALE. 80th.' Jaly 1 to 5, ?7
Augt 2Srth Jaly 11. . .JL
to Sep- October 13,
- tembes- flth. 14 d 15. 0IK-
. s 1 WllvlWP
$15 Higher to Include Shasta Route
Flan Now for a Summer Tour of the Pacific Coastth
Grandest Railroad Journey in the World; ; ' .
J. B. REYNOLDS, 0. P. A., 1502 Parnam St; Omaha, Neb.
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