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The Omaha Daily Bee
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VOL. XU-XO. 240.
OMAHA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 23, 1912.
SIKGLE COPT TWO CENTS.
CITIZENS' UNP FIXES SLATE
Annoaaeement is Ktde of Candi
dates to Be Supported hy It
IMDfBESS HOLD Wj
HOLD WAUM MZETI5G
Each Mtatn ef Craallln Had a
1FavwHe Slate, hat After Con
eldermele Dleesselea LUI U
Finally A erred Cpea.
CITIZUS I'MOX SLATE.
WTlllasB A- aVedick. republican, tilt
Emmet; resides In Twelfth ward; fanner
Judge of tlx district court.
Osotgo M. nammd, republican. 404
Booth Thirty-eighth avenue. Eleventh
ward; lawyer, former clerk of United
States circuit court, now master la chan
cery la tha federal court.
J oka A. Swaaaoa, democrat 40tt Isard.
Seventh; formerly with Klng-Bwanson
Clothing company, now tn California vis
Wn. Joaa &. sTshla, democlat. 271! South
Tenth street. Second ward; aella brick
and eon tract ore" supplies; la with Mark
Hane a ReaMy company, member of the
Board of Park Commissioners.
X. 1. rnaxhoaser, democrat, 1S( North
Forty-first street. Ninth ward: Insur
ance,. Is city councilman from Eleventh
Freak A. Fxxey, republican, Ki North
Twanty-alxth street. Ninth ward; former
city treasurer, bow In real estate busi-
John J. My ear, republican, M2S Mert
Olth, Twelfth ward; former state statis
tician. And labor commissioner, now ser
Mtary of the Omaha Public library
board and Inspector under the state child
labor law: newspaper man.
J Cltlaeas I' ate a Ksplalas.
JNTba announcement of the abore names
1 0 those selected by the cltlsen's anion
for positions on the eommlssionersblp
lata was aocompan'ed by the folio wins:
explanation var the sif nature of the pub
"Above are the men wbo have been
recommended by the citizens' union for
commissioners. To prevent any possible
misunderstanding, It Is deemed wise to
ataln 4laflnltj.lv tha tnMhal .AnnimA In
In the first place, tha entire registra
tion of the city was (one over and a list
made of those wbo seemed most eligible.
To this was added all candidates who had
filed 'and all men suggested upon the
ballots sent In by the members of the
"Tha greatest difficulty was experi
enced In selecting only seven from the
multitude of able men at hand.
"Tha executive committee wishes it
distinctly understood that the absence
of a same from tha above list does not
Indicate that the members of the com
mittee did not think such men qualified
for tha posit toe. Such commission means
that In tha final balanos of uori tending
forces, soma ether man seemed more
"It la mora' Important that -the city
ef Omaha be weU governed thaa that
the ambition of any one tnaa be real
ised. Tha men who desire to control the
affairs of this city for their own, gain
will, not allow personal friendship to In
fluence their votes. Tha men who de
sire this city to be governed In the In
terest of the public ought to be equally
ajufled. - -
Concentration of the selfish voters re
quires concentration of the unselfish.
The dttsens union, by its action, offers
an opportunity for tha latter. We ask
the voters of this city. In csrefully and
Impartially weighing this ticket to place
public Welters ahead of personal choice."
Sanaa Are Sarprlaea,
Several surprises were sprung when the
late was announced, as many had ex
pected to land whoso names did not ap
pear on tha list
John A. Rice had expected C. J. Smyth
lo be able to take care of him and keep
Jus name on the slate, but Mr. Smyth
could not deliver.
Already there Is some question of some
of tha candidates aamed refusing to run.
las conditions under which some consented
to have their names presented Included
an entirely new deal on nonpartisan
Three democrats and four republicans
Lara named on the list handed out by the
Breen Takea Oat Petltlea.
John P. Breen, wbo drafted the com
mission plan of government, and City
Comptroller Cosgrove took oot petitions
Friday morning before the slate of the
Cltl sens' union was announced. I
"I am not very anxioue to run," said
Mr. Breen. "but If I see that there la I
lerowd of men likely 'to win that I cao I
work with I will enter the race.'
It la generally rumored that Mr. Breen
Is scheduled by the dtisens union to take
uy vacancy caused by a republican with
drawing. Judge W, A. Redlck, It Is under
stood, has refused to become a candidate.
Comptroller Cosgrove, democrat. Is re
ported to be slated for another expected
Howell Tells of
Threats to Keep
Investigati. ' of the federal grand jury
which conven , next month probably will
not last more thaa three days, accoru.ng
to United States Attorney Howell, al
though he declares he expects at lerjt
With the exception of some white slave
cajes, the investigation will be simple
Attorney Howell has his evidence and hi
witnesses practically ready no to go
before the jury.
At least sixty witnesses will be called,
some of whom already have been sub
poenaed. Of these the United States at
ton.ey saysjie wants to be sure, having
done a little sleuth work and found that
attempts have been made at Intimidation
Now that these witnesses have been
served, should those who have been
threatening them continue It they are In
excellent position, the attorney says, to
be convicted and sent to the Leavenworth
penitentiary for Interfering with or
thwarting the ends of Justice.
In the white slave cases particularly.
ha declares, attempts to intimidate and
coerce witnesses have been made.
Two Families at
The recent thaw, assisted by sn Ice
gorge in the Papplo creek below Belle
vue. has turned a flood over tha botton
lands adjacent to tha creek and hundreds
of acres are Inundated. Fences In some
places are under water. The rise was
sudden and several families In tha vicin
ity were surrounded in their homes be
fore they realised tha situation.
An aged man by the name of Brokaw
and his wile wars left tor a day and a
half without food or fire, and When dis
covered and taken away In a skiff they
were nearly exhausted, Tha water in
the house had forced them to take refuge
on a table.
Another family living on the bank of
the creek Improvised a raft out of planks
and log and launched out on tha swollen
Reaching tha Burlington bridge over
tha creek the mother and two boys made
a desperate leap from the raft as it was
being whirled under tha bridge, caught
tha timbers and straggled to safety over
a spot where the water la twenty feet
' . for State Meeting
Post A. Traveler' Protective associa
tion, has chosen committees as follows to
prepara for ths stats meeting; of the as
sociation, to be held. In Omaha April
i sua -v.
General Chairmen H. O. Boat.
Secretary George W. Long.
. Finance Cbarloe L, Hopper, chairman;
O. E. Begerow. M. N. Woodward, P. B.
Holbrook, X.. E. KipHnger, N. & Brown.
Entertainment R, 8. Cheralss, A. W.
Miller, O. B. Begerow, E. E. KlpUnger,
Joe Drelbus, J. Helnertckeon, H ugo U1-
Hotel and Convention Hall Tom Pow
er, chairman; a. W. Long, U E Kip-
Receptlon-A. W. MUler. chairman: W.
D. Eck, C. J. Lyon, Tom Powers, H. S.
Chemist, Joe Drelbus, J. T. Hogan, C. E.
Convention and Program C. J. Lyon,
chairman; Hugo Melehotr. N. 8, Brown.
H. a C hernias, C. J. Ochiltree.
FOR TEDDY, JUNIOR
SAX FRANCISCO, Cal.. March JX-
ffoeodors Roosevelt,' Jr., departed for
(New York today to take up hi duties
(run tha brokerage firm there, with which
bo la now associated. For the last two
years be has been la tha carpet business
A farewell dinner was given In his
honor last night by friends. Charles S.
Wheeler, a leader In the Roosevelt move-
BMnt la California, presided.
Young Roosevelt decided to return to
Mow York city at the time of his recent
visit t his father and came west again
only to close up his affaire.
Death of mrs. tuffield
' is purely accidental
Evidence brought out la the
I Friday morning Into the death of Mrs.
J. Tuffield. who drank aarboua add
afternoon, showed that death
i purely accidental. Mrs. Tuffield had
suffering for several months with
em-asthenia and was probably seited
a nervous fit during which she
a bottle of supposed medicine to
dy her nerves and accidentally got
wrong bottle. The funeral wtll be held
ay afternoon from tha lata reawence
1 ksent win ba as the family lot at Forest
The Federated Woman' Christian Tem
perance unions of Omaha, Benson and
South Omaha will begin an anti-cigarette
crosads Wednesday, March S, with a
meeting at the Toung Women's Chris
tian association at I X p. m. Tha crusade
will be tor tha purpose of gaining en
forcement of tha state law against the
sale of cigarettes and of stirring up a
popular sentiment against tha use of
tobacco In any form by minors. '
Superintendent E. U. Graft of the pub-
lie schools will give an address oa the
subject from the standpoint of the school
man. Mrs. James Taliaferro will speak
on tha "Physical Effects of Tobacco on
Minors.'' Mrs. May Flnley wUI speak on
the mental, moral and economic effects.
Some musical numbers wi) bo given by
Mrs. F. B. Holbrook. Preceding tha sro
grsm a business session will be held.
Mrs. C. J. Roberts, president of tha
France Willard Women' Temperance
union, will preside.
is Set for Today
Hearing of C. W. Hull's motion for sn
order restraining Mrs. W. R. McKeen.
Ms former wife, from collecting a 6,B)
alimony Installment, duo April 1. was
postponed until this morning tn
Judge Tronp's equity division of tha 4 Is
Met court. Ftvs affidavits la support
of too mourn will be read by Hull's at
torneys wnea the hearing Is called. The
affidavits are Intended to show that when
Mrs. McKeen Induced her formar hus
band to enter Into the alimony contract
she already was hi love with McKeea and
was planning to wed him.
DR. HAMILTON TO TELL
METHODS OF FIRST AID
The seventh lector la tha Toting
Women's Christian a snarls Hon course
In Brat aid to tha Injured win be given
by Dr. HI B. Hamilton tula . evening.
Tha subject deals with common amer
genrlea, swallowing of poisons, barns.
siMi. how to act when clothing takea
fire, acuta indigestion, vomiting, con
stipation, diarrhoea, colic cramp, chill
from exposure, application, of externa
dressings and use of Internal remedies.
A new alaas In shirtwaist making
started Saturday afternoon, and regis
trations for it at the usual terms will be
received during this week. Ths course
win consist of fifteen lessons, following
the eotBne given la the aiuaiisi t is for
This Store Closes Every Saturday at Nine O'CIock,
10,000 Home Crown
worth 75c and $1.00
on Sale Saturday
tOc fresh FlnffcUt
chocolate, lb.. S8c
40c chocolate peanut
block, SSc the lb. 20c
frwh salted peanuts.
13c tbe lb. Chocolate
marshm allow eggs, 40c
the lb., or lc each
made exclusively for
this itore. All these
specials for Saturday
S. & H. Green Trading Stamps
With All Purchases at This
During the Day if Possible.
Spe Toilet Goods & Drugs
wCc Pcmpalan miaange
Tic R. ft G. rice pow
Mm. IsabeUs SOo face
SSc Satin Skiu creanvaos
11.00 Ainrea and L
Trafla powder . . . .Site
V'eodbury lia 1'ackU
tin Oardta! tooth powder,
at ...... IT
ll.M Orients! cream 04
reciter 'a ilac tar era loo
lc PalmAltve soap, s
cake for 15s
I Do pkg. of 13 eoerr
lis lb. borax- lOo
Sassafras. clean and
freah. lb. ;.Sue
All of Uta famous Vol
vetlna good tor sale
here. I2.0 worth of
tiielr ouupooe entitle you
to a 4 Do rrot eevlcnal '
treatment al Ihs Velvet
Ina parlor. Ask about It
We wish to show you how we can dress you correctly
and at little cost, taking into consideration the quality of
Vo trrtTmortfe tH& coll 0Ur aUowance or ?our sl)rnS au Bummer wardrobe is limited, hj all
llie garments We Seil means come here. It isn't always the most expensively -
dressed person who is the best dressed-which shows that by exercising a little care and forethought you
can be well-groomed for a little money. "We plan as carefully for the woman of limited resources as for
those who are not obliged to "watch the corners," pad the elegant garments, at little1 prices, we are
showing for the spring and summer season will bear us out in our statements. We want you to ootne
and see them even though you are not ready to buy. Perhaps the following may interest you:
200 Women's and Misses9 Suits at $19.50
You Would Expect to Pay Up to $25.00 for the Same Quality Elsewhere
There's a wonderful variety of styles for your choosing. Made from reliable plain colored
materials and handsome striped and mixture suitings. Novelty and plain tailored modes,
m all of fashion's most favored innovations, as your fancy dictates for the season s wear.
Women's and Mlaaes' coats of all wool
wide wale Serena; havs fancy shawl
or round collars, trimmed with
Bengaline silk; choice of tan sod
Bevy; specially a f o f
priced for Batur- Jk I S
day's sellinf only st V,X6 7
Children's rain capes for ages up to 14 years-a new shipment to be
placed on sale Saturday at $1.50.
Girls' new spring coats, ages six to fourteen years, $2.50 to $7.50.
Children's wash dresses in new spring styles and colorings, 35c,
79c, 98o and $1.50 as the size, materials and making warrant
Women's and misses suits of alt
wool serfres, with satin faced, large
revere and new skirt designs; jackets
are satin lined and very attractive;
choice of tan,
navy and black at
the special price of,
Plain tailored, aU wool sorgo coat In
navy and black only, have wide
revere cut In the lateet styles; sll
sixes for women and misses; excellent
f 1& values priced
values priced ftf f f
for Confirmation wear
in a Good Variety
of Pretty Styles,
$8.75 to $35.00
White doeskin in all sties,
two-clasp length. Very
mannish and fashionable In
washabla Tha pair
Some Women' New Shoe
Worn' wane srabaak boots In button atylea with medium
high toea, very popular for eprtng wear, $4.0 and t.o the pair.
re tan sees m nution ana iace aiyiee, witn meaium
10, I4.ee and li.ee the pair,
i met! shoes In every fash-
hlgh toea or the new drop toea, IH0, I4.CS and 11.04 tha pair,
Wossaa's saw patent so It and gun mstsl shoes In every fash
ionable etyla and last, 11 i to t.O the pair.
f Women Hosiery
Extra fins, fast black,
full regular made lisle
tiase In ail sis. Regu
arly sold st esc a pair,
allisis' and ehUarea's baa ansae made over sensible, foot-form
lasts, have Ooooyear welted eoleo; f 1.10 tha pair and up.
STIssis" wtr1! walking sheas of reliable tan and black
leathora, sold la exclusive show stores at 1100 and M O tha pair,
our price, 14.00.
L IW l VJ
$10 to $25
Represent Savings of $2. SO to $10
on Oar Saitt for Men a YoangMen
In the fall Season this Store set a new
standard of v aloe-giving In the men's
clothing business In Omshs and this stand
ard has been rigidly maintained in our
spring and suinmer line. '
Every suit is strictly ALL WOOL
and HAND TAILORED-madeby
manufacturers who do not know
how to make poor clothes.
Tou will choose from the moat fashionable weaves,
staple colorings, new shadee and patterns, avery
style that will please tha young man who must have
the "lateet" and those Inclined to conservative mode.
Confirmation Suits for Boys at
$4.00 and $5.00
Blue serges, of course, are preferred and you
will find several stylea at this store with workman
ahlp and materials of a duality that could com
mand a higher price. Bom of them nave aa extra
mIp nf trouaai a to match.
Wash salts for little fellows, lately arrived,
are showing In great variety at $1.00 and Bp
Hats and caps for bojrs and ehUdrvw, 25c to
$2.00. And other things the boy needs are as
Notable Amongst the New Arrivals in the
Furnishings Store are Some Shirts
Tou will want at. least on for Easter wear. Thar are all good
colorings and handsome striped and figured patterns sew to this season
alone- A dollar buya a good one still bettor ones np to Ilea.
Columbia "Cufturn" Shirt, $1.50 at this Store
They save laundry bills and are made of materials that will ave more
wear than you are In the habit of getting for 01.10. A almple Innovation
gives you a clean pair of cuffs whenever yon wish then.-. Ask to see
these shirts' Saturday.
New reversible four-in-hand ties in solid colors
and all of the new novelties; purchased especially
for our Easter trade; 25c, 50c and 75c.
Ww soft aoUar eah-ta in solid colors and pln-strlped designs, eSa,
gLOO and S1JO. according to the material and finishing.
go stlk-kait fewr-ta-haad ties in plain colors and bar-striped designs,
specially priced for Saturday at sea.
Men's and Youth' Hats
The spring linee are ths largest and moat complete wa nave ever
shown particular attention being directed to those priced SB-SO and SB-JO.
There's a display In one of our Harney street wradowe which will enable
yon to Judge the styles. Qualities are tha same good kind you have
always purchased at thle storey
Caps In the latest shapes and part area 10a, Tie and 11.00. .
The Design of
The corset you should wear
should be designed for your
particular figure. If you wear
a model that is intended
for you, individ
ually, the lines of
your figure will
themselves to the
lines of the cor
set without phy-
you to shape
your most ex
This is but one of the
many advantages of wear
These corsets are designed
for every figure-large, med
ium and small-and, with the
assistance of our expert fit
ters, you,are sure of getting
the right corset for your
Saturday Grocery Specials
Genuine hcane-nvade bread, pies,
'cakes and pestrtew on sale at
special table la the Big Pure Food
More Hatarday . .
Pride of Bennett' floorepeclel offer
of a sack for -S1.SS
Bennett e beet coffee and It tan pa.
pound for Me
S I be. Bennett's Best coffee and 00
etainps, lb. fl-eo
Assorted tea and 11 stem pa, lb, see
Tea sittings and 10 e lam pa, lb. lea
It-lb. can pure pepper and a at'ps. Ids
14 lb. sank 'guen of the Pantry"
pastry flour and 40 stamps. .11.
Vegetable and flew seeds f all
kiaas, pass air Sno
Walker'e hot tamalea and It stamp.
ran for la '
Bnider's chile sauce and IS stamps.
Pint can Galllard' sllv all reduced
Six cans Cottage milk sod 10 stamp.
40 Jar Bishop's fruit la. to clean
out at ess
for us Keatsa Seaaea
Xrg Wseksgs Only V. .
t cans Eagle lye arid I stamps S3
10 bars "BeeV'Bat-All" aeap ... S5e
Four cakea iJutcn Base or Vlole:
toilet soap 15
Futl cream cheese and IS statnpa
tha pound ..SSs
Vaa Houten's cocoa and I stamps.
the can lse
Isp!a batter and 10 stamps, can, ate
Quart can Franco-American soup.
assorted, for SOe
Large can Snider porkt and ben
and 10 stamps .S0s
Two cans Kvergreen corn and 10
' stamps for SOe
1-lb. oaa Bennett' Capitol baking
, powder and 10 a Lamps See
I pass Ol boon's soap polish and 1
stamps for i Sao ,
I lbs. navy been or Jap rlc SSs
Bennett's Capitol creamery butter
the very finest butter made In 1-lb.
cartons of guaranteed weight, Satur
day, only 10c per lb. .
Large ripe bananas, doien.,.10c
SOe, large Juicy lemons, with 10
stamps, Saturday only, doses Me
Large Florida grape frnlt. .. .aOc
I lbs. California rhubarb ft&o
Fancy ripe tomatoes, lb. .... . XOe
I lbs. Bpanmh onions...,. ... .250
Fancy spinach, peck 26c
S lbs. fancy ates 26c
Those famous Redlends orangea, '
shipped direct to us from Red
lands. Csl., doser, J 5c, aoo, 2Sc
Sue and SSc IS 8. as IL Green
Trading Bumps FftEH with esch
doxea, Saturday only.
SEED POTATOES-Ask for our
price on the genuine Red River,
Early Ohio and Early Rose seed
potatoes. We will o.not you a
Saturday Meat Bargains
POT ROAST ....8y,c 7,o
FORK SHOULDERS, 9'ic
PORK BUTTS ....... 10,o
TON OR LAMB. . . . . .7Vto
3 lbs. LAMB CHOPS. .. .25c
LAMB LEGS ......... 9',c
3 lbs. HAMBURGER. . . .25c
No. 1 SKINNED HAMS,
10-lb. pkg. LEAF LARD, $1
VEAL ROAST ..10c
VEAL CHOPS 10c
PURE PORK SAUSAGE,
at ; 12Hc
BEST LEAN BACON, 18,c
DIAMOND "0" HAMS,
NURSES SELECTHEAD NURSE
Kits Lillitii Stuff of liucela to Be
ia Charge of Ihspeasirr.
SOKE FUKD8 AXE 50W 01 EA5D
Baby Caap Rear stive rvlew fasx
star Be Beewasedl Thle Tear
W. raraaaa Sasith Offers ran
, at Rear by Haaae.
Kiss Lillian Stuff probably will be
called to Omaha to head tha tubsrculosle
dispensary which tha Vraltlng Nuns as-
sociatiOB is planning to start some time
la stay or fun. Uiaa Stuff la at present
head auras at the State Hospital for the
Insane at Lincoln and secretary for the
Nebraska State Board ef Noras Exam
laera, but she Is especially Interested tn
the work of preventing and checking
mbaronlosls, and has agreed te take
charge of the Omaha dispensary. A com
mittee composed of Hrs. Herbert Bogers.
honorary presldiM of the Visiting Nurse
association; Abas Loinaa McPberson. pres
ident; Mrs. Ben Gallagher and Mra. B.
K Davis will confer with Miss Stuff next
week and make final arrangemenu for
the disc-anas nr.
Tha ram of 1900 has beta donated, by
the Nebraska Tuberculosis society from
the results of the sale ef Christmas Red
Cross seals m 111 and will serve to start
the tuberculosis dispensary and carry on
Its work for Or or six month. Portion
of soma from future sales of Red Cross
stamps win be donated from year to year.
Two room ta Gardner Memorial hall have
been donated as headquarters for the
tubereuloeia dispensary, the object of
which Is to get held ef eases la inrtpterx
stages of the disease and te follow np
examination and Instruction with medical
attendance la the homes of the patients.
The question of having next summer the
open air camp for heat sick babies which
was carried oa ta Riverside park during
the summers ef tn sad 1SU. will be da
elded Beat Fndey morning, w. Faraaro
Bmfth has offered te supplsmsnt the open
air camp with a house nearby ta which
the Bursas may live more comfortably
thaa ta past siniiins and where the ba
bies may be takea tn case ef serious SI-
Exearetewlete aad Hosacseekers.
Pun Information as to rates and routes
to Seattle, Spokane, Portland. Fancourer.
Alberta, Saskatchewan and tha aorthwext
will be farmsbed by addressing W. It
Harlcy, IX P. A.. 2W Fifth St., Des
Kay te the Situsuea-Bee Advertising.
CONTINUES PAY1NG PROBE
Grand Jury Kikes Trip to Florence
to Study Conditions There.
old tmxxsrs are duo tj?
Ceart Hease Ceaatraerlea Marten
' Alas Take l m Part at the Ttme
ef the InvestlcBleve Dar
t las; the Day.
Further investigation of matters ia con
nect lea with the construction of the new
county building occupied a part ef the
time of the Douglas courAy grand Jury
Friday. Aa now was spent eonstderlag
the Information entered by the grand
jary Thursday whan It exanwned paving
excavations la Omaha. Tha balance of
the time wes spent examining wltntsees
!a routine police cases,
Nothing can be learned regarding ti e
view the grand Jury takes of fans dis
closed by ti e paving Inspection. J. V
Bruce, a grand Juror and formerly ai
employe of the city engineer office, took
the neasu. of the pavements ex
amined aad made copious notes ef the
character of the material used. City En
gineer Craig and Assart ant City fcsiglnsa.-
Campea accompanied the grand Jury oa
They freely explained detail regarding
the paving examined to the grand Jury.
Mr. Craig at one point explaining that
some variance of the thickness of baas
and sand ouahioo cannot be avoided.'
Grand yurors objected to a newspaper
maa accompanying them and the city
officials oa the tour.
Jobs C. Lynch, chalrmaa of the Board
ef County Commissioners, was examined
oa new county building witters for a
half huor Friday morning. Ha left with
the grsnd Jury aa Itemised statement of
receipts and expenditures In connection
with tha new building.
Friday afternoon tha grand Jury visited
Florence and inspected sections ef pav
ing which Mayor Paul and ethers have
declared la defective.
HAROLD GRAHAM WINS
PRIZE IN DECLAMATION
HroSd W. Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Oralam of Omaha, aon iirst
prtie of JJ In the C. l. TA'illieiin declama
tion contest at Bellevue coUega Friday
sight- E!ght men competed. Mr. Orp
hans i a sophomore In the college. He Is
a graduate of the Omaha High school.
Must Go on Ballot
Names of candidates of the cttttens'
progressive party of Seata Omaha mast
be gives places en the official election
ballot, wader a ruling of Judge a. c.
Treup In the Injunction suit to restrain
City Clerk Frank Good from placing the
names en the ballot.
He holds that It la not only the r'sbt
but the duty of the city oierfc t give
the name places oa file ballot.
Auras MUler and ether repuslieen
aandtdstss ware nominated by the oswly
erganiaad party, aad when the dork erai
aheet te put them ea the ballet their ea
penents starts I ths Injunction anlt
Kay ta the Situation Has Adverttrmg.
Mekxaui It rwtleeO.
Tha burglar worked rasesty. He lasted
three bedrooms aad then enasied the
apartment occupied ay the T-rear-otd sea
It was a boys rocrc. and the bo r e alav-
1 things were erattered about the flew.
As the burgiar stepped forward '.te
stumbled over a woolly dog. It gave h!.vi
I e-ch a sodden abork tl:at be angrily, t::
i softly, kieksd the Inoffensive tov aM-
Instantly too youngster fmsc.eS ip tc
"Tea rotter e,uH kicking ay
aroun I" be screamed;
And the burglar was e eesJ4 that ;
(en dowastalra, and then the poUce cacae
and got brov-Oeveland Plata Dealer.
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