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THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20. 1912.
This Witt Stop Your
.' Cough in q Hurry
7 Wektag This Cewgh
This Mrn -1 . - ,
a pint oi DettCT
jynip then yon couid bur mdx
Bade for JiM. i few doses ususJlj
J0" the mo ehetinate eTuihli
top. .wo whoopm cough auicklr. Sia-
l piIlt of PnnWed sngir with
pint vt warm mater, and iir for S
nt- Pt .2H ouncei of Pinei JafrJ
ernt. worth t in a pint bottle; then aoi
the - Supar rnip. It ha, i pleasant
tuto and last, . fay a timeL
th t,,p00oful 7 tw or
n way that mean buuw. Ha. a
Pd tomjs effect, brace, op th. appetite,
and i, aliBhtlT laxative, too, which ia
helpful. - I bandy remedyor hoarsi
nesa, croup, bronchitis, asthma a ad all
throat and lung troullea.
'. ViVi? 01 r,iM ke membra nee
well known. Viarx la the most valu
aMe eoncentrated eonponnd of Korwc
P wbjts pine extract, and ia rich in
fuamcpl nd all th. natural healing
nt- Other preparation. wiS
lV" . : "r? !"" - euaua. jt nil often
bw.n '""ted,.thon(rh nerer Miceewfullv.
Api-ranty of aheolute satisfaction, or
money promptly refunded, roe with thi.
recipe. our druprKt haa Phui, or will
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Skidding is due to
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between the tire
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Cut th-nutrh' nnA
clean away 'Vj film
and the tin wor't
Easier said than
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i read ll.e
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Safety Tread Tire
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Diamond Tires. '
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Its tonic and food
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late Feraam Street.
(Continued from Second Page.)
sot show any dUposltioa to mix with the
desperadoes,' ears Hyerav "They were
armed tor the most part with shotguns
and had no deatr. to mtx ta the (ray.
All along the route people la farm hou
cam. out. showing ss much Interest a. tat
a circus parade."
SELECTED TUB WROXS WCAPOJCI
Treats Says Rifles WhM Rare
Killed Brins asd BiaaswU.
"If the desperadoes had tooted rtflea
from the store at Murdoch 8usday aigM
Instead of the shotguns which they did
steal, neither Brlgga, Chase star myself
would be here te tell about K tonight,'
said Deputy State Fir. Warden John
Trouton last night as he retold the story
of the battle with th. convicts on the
Trouton, tike Chief Brlgg. of the South
Omaha police, was scarred by bucks Dot
Hia forehead and 'hand, were marked by
the bullet, and hut hat was perforated
close to the brim.
Trouton'. story corresponded with that
told by Chief Brlgga. te whom he gave
all the honor of the capture. Trouton
himself was In th. van and fought along
with Chief Briggs.
Early yesterday morning when the loca
tion of the convicts lalr-wa. learned
Chief Brlgga selected Deputy n re War
den John Trouton tor hi. companion.
The Flnht la the Read.
The convict, held their fire," aald
Trouton, "until we were within M yard,
of them and then w. called on them te
surrender. Their answer wee a volley
which barely reached us. Brtgg replied
twice and then Chase Joined In the
chorus. By th!. time th. fire from the
convict, wa a veritable rain and w. all
strove to protect our eyes which were
threatened by the buckthot.
"A little further on their speed slack
ened and we gained until we were the
length of a telegraph pole from them.
I put the rein, between my knee, and
opened with my Springfield rifle. I bad
only fired a few .hot. when the chief,
whose rifle was empty, grabbed my;
weapon and kept pumping away. About
thl. time one of the men went down In
the w.gon. Prlr. had got him.
. "It was at. this time th.t I think Blunt
wa. killed. There was considerable
smoke, but through It I could see a little
spurt of smoke rise from the back, of
young Blunt, the driver. I think It was
th. bullet of Morley that killed him.
Morley Mood for a moment with th. gun
poised in hi. hand and ducked his bead
as though he had been struck. Later I
learned that a glancing bullet had
reached his right cheek. .
.-We were within the seventy-five foot
limit and the two bandits still standing
were firing furiously. - Brigg. emptied
my gun and then lumped from his place
at my right He ran close up wtth our
team and trained hta revolver em th. tw.
ahead In the wagon. Th. Maxim barked
and a second convict crumpled up. The
third man, Morley, did not seem to notice
hie fallen companions, but kept pumping
away at us. He seemed to hare pre
ferred Uw revolver to th. heavier weapon
but his aim wa. getting poorer. He
looked down a moment and apparently
satisfied that his two companions wars
dead, threw up hi. hands. The team
was now almost to gentle trot. Chase
having ceased to fir. at them, 4
.htwrley Gives t p.
:"vT war. out of the tig In a moment
railing on hi or ley to drop the gun which
he kept in hi. uplifted hand. Brlgg.
ordered him to throw th. weapon to th.
road and. the man obeyed. Then w.
closed in a bit and he wa. told to get
out of the wagon. Once on I he ground
lie cam. forward at the word of com
mand pacing over the-road with hand,
elevated as ha cam. toward us. Briggs
and I reached him together and Grant
Chase a moment afterwards.
' Th. other member, of the posss war.
in yard, to the rear, but as they closed
in, Morley begged that hi. lite be .pared.
Some one accused him of having mur
dered the prison, officials. 'I never .hot
anyone at Lincoln. the bandit answered.
and cowered as Brigg. covered him with
hi. gun. Sheriff livers by this time
had reached us and w. turned Morley
over to him."
"if viiU-ijIm; TillMi I
rusts. tt: ,vi 1
BROTHER BEOS HOT TO SHOOT
Officer. Treed ' ta . Let Ceevlets
H arses Wesur Thesaaelvea Oat.
In th. midst of the excited posse which
closed down upon the convicts were tw.
pathetic pfeadln faces which stayed
th. wrath of th. mob of farmer, and of
ficersFieri Blunt, th. brother, and
James Anderson th. fetiier -in-law at
the driver of the convict's wagon. v
Between sobs, Floyd Pegged first one
and then another of the officer, not to
.hoot. He saw his - brother stooping
far over the front of the wagon holding
tight to the horses reins. Anderson,
th. father-in-law, rode quietly along, ap
parently holding hut breath aa ha saw
thi. officer and that raise a gun a If to
.boot. The farmer, riding around
them felt the pathos of the sttuaUoa and
one after another shouted to the men
ahead. "For God sake, don't shoot
Their horses are giving out and wa eaa
get them." When the horses give out
they'll have no further use tor Boy and
maybe let him go. don't snoot, men.
It wa. while these admonition, were
being shouted that the convteta were
seen to rise up from the bed of the box
wagun and level their gun. at their pur
suers. - A shot rang out and then the
answer from the leader, of the poena.
Immediately the figure of the man hi
th. wagon neat was Men to away to
on. side. The convict, rushed to the
front of the wagon, threw aside the
reins and one with violent blow, beat
the animals on wtth the butt at a tang
rifle. On the down hill at toe finish
the horse, half galloped and were half
pushed by the weight of the wagon.
Turning to see that they were being
gained upon, the desperadoes dragged the
form of the driver from the swat, carried
it te the back of the wagon and stood
Blunt up for use as a ahield. Many
farmer, at the sight turned and started
the other way.
When the wagon stopped near the
wagon bridge, the horses exhausted 'be
yond power to move another step, Mood
dripping from the wagon bottom and
spotting red the white anew. Morley
jumped over the end gat. with hand.
In the air. ,
The officer.. and farmer, hurried to
gather round the wagon. ' Floyd, the
brother and the fatber-ln-law came up
to peer in. Hope that Roy might still
be breathing marked their eager faces.
What they saw repulsed them. Boy
Blunt waa lying with hie head wa Con.
vict Gray, stomach. When the officer,
started leading the wagon back up the
road, riwd sobbed; "Stop, fellows,
mesns more tnaa a ft
baby. It means laying tha
foundation of a strong,
Fat alone is not enough;
there must be bone,
muscle, brain and nerves.
is (As ytceae a parrecrssel tW
AfetW awef CaOef.
I 1 n-el
brother was a . groom.' Mia. Anderson
and young Blunt were married last
Christmas dsy. They lived on a "farm
two mile, from the James Blunt home.
lop. My brother shan't lay among
The. crowd drew back aa Floyd and
Anderson pulled the body of Roy from
the wagon, placed It In their buggy and
covering it gently with a Uprobe, drove
oft toward the Blunt borne.
OmtCRS . Hl.T MRS. . TATLOR
SeepteUa that She reralehed Wee),
paaa re-malttlaa- Eeeaa.
Aa unsuccessful attempt to arrest the
wife of "Shorty" Gray, alia. Taylor,
was made last night by Sheriff Mo
Shane, accompaated ay police officers
and city detectives. Mrs, Taylor was
supposed to have been occupying rooms
In an apartment bouse at Seventeenth
and Dodge streets, but when the of
ficer, arrived, bo trace of her could
Although It Is not authentically knows.
It Is wppposed that Lincoln officials
have eideriee to prove that Mrs. Taylor
Is ibe person who smuggled revolver.
1 and explosives In to the convicts, and
for this reason ah. is being nought,
I Morley, In an Interview given out to
a Bee representative at the prison last
night, said that all of the weapon,
tame from Taylor, who would not aay
where be got them.
j This fart strengthens the theory that
Taylor', wife provided the meana for
their bloody escape. The police here
' believe that she Is still In Omaha and
they expect ta effect her arrest today.
The sheriff, force Is also looking tor
her, as are tha official. In Lincoln.
CATGHT BY SKTWORK OF WIRES
Telephones Work Iwdoleg at Crl sal
es U la Their Flight.
To the rural telephone is due th.
greatest credit tor tha speedy capture
of tha fugitive, after once a definite
due as to their whereabout, had been
obtained. It might be sold that the es
caping bandits were bagged In a network
of rural telephone wires.' '
Every town, village and hamlet In
Sarpy and Douglas counties was bussing
wtth the reported movements of the
speeding convict, and from farm house,
behind to farmhouses In front of them
Gashed the announcement of the con
The prevalence of party lines In the
vicinity made It a. if the whole country
round were a large family seated In one
room discussing aa Interesting . topic
Along the route taken by the desperadoes
the ear of a farmer or hi. wit. wa. at
each telephone listening and to take
down a receiver anywhere one eoukl
hear the excited breath of a man or
woman, between exclamation, of warn
TO VISIT LEAVES WORTH FRJ0
Nebraska Esewatlvs ts Stwdy Srs
... teas Vsed There.
Governor Aldrtch of Nebraska yesterday
telephoned to Warden R. W. MeCtaugh
rey of the federal penitentiary that he
would go there aoon to gather data la
regard to the prison management from
him and Deputy Warden W. H. Maokey.
WEDDED 0!T CHRISTMAS DAT
Veeeg Bleat Teak His Bride Only
Two Mealhs Ate.
Roy Blunt was a year. eld. HI.
widow was Mis. Carmelite. Anderson.
At a double wedding at which her
Legislative Filings la Otew. -
"NEBRASKA CITYi March l.-( Special.)
F. A. Rueter of Syracuse haa tiled bis
nsme as a democratic candidate for the
legislature from this county, and Charles
II. Busch has filed a. float representa
tive between Otoe end Case counties,
This complete, the legislative ticket for
thl. district. A lane number have filed
for county commissioner. I'p te yester
day five democrats and three republi
cans have tiled tor. the office. The con
test In that, commlsstoaer district will
be a- warm one.
TAFT WILL TALK
(Continued from First Page.)
output, will be settled by district boards.
The minimum rate of wages will be re
trospective, the men being paid from the
date of their return to work at the rata
subsequently fixed by tha district boards.
First Break Asians; Operatsra.
POTTSVILLS; Pa, March lt-Tbe
Pinehlll Coal company', operated bv
Scranton capitalists and located at Mia
ersviile, today announced its employee
would he granted aa Increase of wafes
of a) per cent to take effect April L and
that working matter, will be satlsfso
torlly adjusted by the company with the
Thi. is the tint open break In the ranks
of the operator, and may also result In
the Bret break among the organisation
of mine workers. A meeting of the min
er, will" be held to dtscuis the proposi
tion of the company.
The constitution of the United Mine
Workers does not permit settlement, of
thi. kind, so that the organisation men
will fight acceptance of toe offer. .
Serassw Strike Daelared Off,
BERLIN, starch UV-The leader, of th.
miners' anion, decided during their ses
sion at Boehum today to terminate the
coal strike in Westphalia, as they con
sider It futile. .
TSeOrmw sells Thews Players.
MARJJN, Tex., March 1.-Manager
McOraw of the New York National league
base ball club announced today that out
fielder Harry Davore haa been sold to
Galveston of the Texas leaaue and Out
fielder Jacnbeon end Inrielder Oardell
to the Mobile dub of the Southern
league. Other announcements are ex
A Fierce Attack
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We Americans. , Vhy?
If you j say it io due to
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We want to help more. We'd
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Yes, it purifies breath
sharpens appetite aids
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Help yourself your teeth
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Cutting down they
With food prices soaring skyward the house
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