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THE BEE; OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1012.
LINCOLN TO SEE PARADES
Commercial Club Arranging Special
TO RETURN LATE IN EVENING
Saprtme Court In Session Again Fol
lowing Simrr Vacation Jtoosc
Telt Meeting; Plana Being;
(From, a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb.. Sept 17.-(Speciat)
The Lincoln Commercial club took up the
matter today of planning ways for Lin
coln people to get to Omaha during the
Ak-Sar-Ben festivities. Plans now are for
Bpeclal trains each night, leaving Lincoln
at 5. o'clock and returning after the
The Nebraska supreme court opened
this morning and took up a few minor
matter - listening ' to motions for new
trials, dissolving of Injunctions, etc The
most important motions was one to dis
solve the injunction on the Loup river
controversy and another a hearing for
an application for attorney's fees amount
ing to $1,000 and temporary allimony for
the defendant in the celebrated Boone
county case of Reynoldaon against Key
noldson. , ...
Scnlptor la Pleased.
That Daniel Chester French, the . sculp
tor who made the Lincoln staue recently
dedicated on the state house grounds, Is
greatly satisfied with his work Is evi
denced by the following letter received
by Secretary Wait:
May I take this occasion to express to
you my appreciation of your courtesy to
me all thiough this matter of the erection
ot the Lincoin monument. It U a great
satisfaction to me to know that the people
are pleased with the monument, and par
ticularly that those with whom I have
met in connection with it find it satisfac
tory. I consider the statue as my high
water mar kin portraiture, and while no
one could do entire justice to the man
which it represents. I hope that you will
feel that it has a good deal of the man
In it. The dedication ceremonies seemed
to me very impressive, and in spite of
the weather, it was an occasion U
The Omaha & Council Bluffs Street
Railway company, which controls nine
different corporations, has paid its an
nual occupation' tax to the secretary of
state, amounting to 1985.
Employes' Company Appeals.
The National Employes' association has
appealed to the supreme court from the
district court of Lancaster county. The
association Insures - Its policyholders
against loss-of work. As this does not
come under the regular Insurance law,
the auditor denied' them a license to do
business In this state. The lower court
sustained the act of the auditor.
It was given out at bull moose head'
quarters that Judge Norrls will speak at
Clarks next. Saturday afternoon and at
Central City the same evening.
Two Meetings for Rosevelt. .
While the national commitltee has given
out that Colonel Roosevelt will make but
one, speech in the state, Chairman Corrick
announces that arrangements will go on
for two meetings, one in Omaha at 6:10
In the evening on September 20 and the
other at Lincoln the same afternoon at
1:25. Mr. Corrick also announces that the
bull moose candidate will speak at the
following places from the train: Hold
rege at 8:12 a, m., Hastings at 10:15, Fair
mont at 113 fend Crete at 12:47.
' Petitions from Sixth.
The bul moose petition and .certificate
, of the formation of the new party in the
Sixth congressional district were ' filed
vlth the secretary of state this1 afternoon.
The peitlon for the formation of the party
Is signed with 109 names, all but eleven
of which are from Kearney, where the
meeting was held., The petltlo nof nom
ination of a candidate Is signed with 108
names, none of which have any designa
tion of residence. As this Is illegal the
petition has been returned by Secretary
of State Wait and a new one will have to
be filed. The petition recites that Flor
rence Armstrong was the nomine of to
bull mooaers for congress from the Sixth
district It is said that Florrence is a
man, although his name sounds otherwise.
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
BEATRICE, Neb.. Sept. 17.-(Speclal.-John
Knochel of this city was attacked
by a bull dog In a barn yesterday and
severely bitten on the left leg. In try
ing to get out of the way ot the vicious
brute his head struck a tree and he re
oelved an ugly scalp wound. He. Is un
der the care of a physician.
The funeral services for the late Frank
Velths, who passed away last week at
bis home In Ellis, were held yesterday.
Mr. Vetths died from an attack ot blood
poisoning and was sick only a few days.
He is survived by a widow and three
Henry Ashmore, a stranger, was ar
rested at Wymore yesterday for stealing
J6 from Rasmus Larsen. Ashmore met
Larsen and asked him for some money.
Larsen pulled out his pocketbook and
as he did so, Ashmore grabbed it and
ran. He was soon rounded up by tht
officers, and lodged In jail. At his hear
ing before Judge Crawford he was bound
over to the district court and In default
of $1,000 bound he was remanded to jail.
The Midland Glass and Paint company
of Omaha yesterday filed an involuntary
petition in bankruptcy against John Ter
hune, proprietor of a paint and wall
paper concern here, asking that he be
adjudged a bankrupt Charles Brewster
was appointed receiver to look after the
stock until the bankruptcy proceedings
VARSITY MEN OUT TODAY
Coach Stiehm of Nebraska Will Meet
Players for Work.
RIGID RULES WILL PREVAIL
L ; . . .;: t
!s Peruna a Laxative?
I am in receipt
of a letter from
a mechanic who
Is at the head .of
a pro s p e r o u a
na has been used
in his family .for
a good many
years. He writes
"As you know,
we have used Pe
runa In our home
for a number of
years. We find It
a reliable house
hold medicine In
B. B. HABTMAW, St D. tions, coughs,
colds and grip, and many other ailments
to which the family Is subject But
since the change in the formula of Pe
ru na I do not find it quite as useful to
myself. .My bowels are naturally very
active. I cannot take a cathartic of any
sort It does me injury to do so. The
old Peruna contained no cathartic in
gredient and was therefore a very use
ful medicine to me. But I notice that
the new Peruna has a slight laxative
action, which almost makes it prohibi
tory for me to use. I was wondering If
there was not some way in which ' I
could obtain the old' Peruna as you used
to make It" . ,
To this letter I made the following re
ply: "Yes, the new Peruna does contain
laxative element Tou should there-
tore take the old Peruna (Ka-tar-no)
which has " no , laxative quality.. . While
prescribing the old Peruna I found It
jutte necessary frequently to prescribe
:hei laxative Manalln In connection with
it. ; Therefore Manalin as combined with
Peruna, In order to meet those cases that
equire a laxative. But In case.no laxa
Uve is required the objection to the new.
Peruna you speak of arises. Many of the
oeople who used to take the old Peruna
tound difficulty in taking the new Pe
una. To meet those cases I am having
manufactured the old Peruna under the
Dame Katarno, and If you are anxious
U get the old Peruna exactly as it used
to be made you can do. so." Peruna Is
tor sale at all drug stores.
SFXCXAX, WOTICB Many persons are
making inquiries for the old-time Pe
runa. To such would say, this formula
Is now being put out under the name of
KA-TAR-NO, manufactured by KA-TAR-NO
Company, Columbus, Ohio.
Write them and they will be pleased to
send you a free booklet
Dr. Palmer's Cure
UPLAND, Neb,, Sept 17. (Spedal.)
The horse disease Is still claiming regu
lar victims In , this vicinity. The wet
weather, which it was hoped would check
it has apparently had no effect
A good many farmers are ridiculing the
report of the Washington experts as to
the fungus theory, as until this week
there had been no rain here for a month
and positively no standing water any
The report from Holdrege that Dr. D.
S. Palmer bad discovered a cure in anti
tetanic serum aroused great hopes here.
On further Investigation, however, it
develops that Dr. Palmer did not use
anti-tetanic or lockjaw serum, but he
used Dr. Floyd's1 Specific LabeHa, one
ounce hyperdermically every four hours
until four outfees were given, accompany.,
lng this with an Injection of one. gallon
of water containing a handful of salt.
As regular pharmaceutical houses put out
a veterinary anti-tentairio serum almost
prohibitive in cost the much-advertise 1
Palmer case has caused a great deal of
misunderstanding. The lobelia used by
Dr. Palmer, however, costs about tl for
four ounces, or enough for one horse.
Dr .Palmer'has had such wonderful, suc
cess with the lobelia that it Is hoped even
how to get the remedy general! y known.
MEMORIAL SERVICES FOR
THE LATE JUDGE CALKINS
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KEARNEY,' Neb.. Septi 17.-(SpeotaI.)-
Before taking up the regular cases com
ing before, the district court, which con
vened today - for the September . term.
the Buffalo County Bar association spent
an hour and a half in a fitting memorial
service In honor of the late Judge Elisha
C. Calkins. ' . '
Warren Pratt for years his law part
ner, read the resolutions which had been
offered by the association, after which
he paid fitting tribute to the memory, of
the man vwith whom he practiced, many
years in. a splendid opening . speech,
judges W. D. Oldham, H. M. Sinclair,
James Easterling and F. M. Hallowell ;
and Attorneys John N. Dryden, John A. j
Miller, N. P. McDonald, T. F. Hamer, F. j
B. ' Beeman . and Fred, A. Nye all made.
splendid speeches, reminiscent of their.!
association with him. as did Judge B. O.. j
Hostetler, who occupied the bench. In a !
well worded tribute based on twenty-five
years' personal and professional associa
tion. , : .-'
The resolutions were ordered to be sent
to the family, to the state supreme court
and to be published in local papers, i
MRS. GUDGEL FILES SUIT
. AGAINST YORK OFFICIALS
iWfc. Neb.. Sept, 17. (Special.) Mrs,
Mary Oudgel and husband of Gresham
have commenced suit in the district court
against County Judge Wray, County At
torney Sandall, County Sheriff Sweet and
Justice of the Peace Marble of Gresham
for 310,500 damages, alleging there was
irregularities in a trial just ended. At
the. trial she was denied the custody of
her daughter, Affle Shack, aged 16 years,
who. had been living with a family In
Denver. The mother and her attorney
went to Denver and kidnaped the girl,
Effle Schack, from the Columbine school
building Thursday afternoon while
classes were in ' session. The girl was
forced Into an automobile and driven to
Brighton, where the Gudgels boarded a
train, eluding the Juvenile officers and
police.- . i. i
The girl was given the privilege of re
turning to the Reed family in Denver by
Judge Wray, '.. '
COOK APPOINTED COURT ;
REPORTER AT KEARNEY
KEARNEY, Neb.. Sept 16.-Special.)-
W. M, Cook, private secretary for United
States Senator Norrls Brown for the last
two years, has been appointed to fill tho
vacancy In the district court reporter's
office of' the district ' presided over by
Judge B. O. Hostetler and has begun his
work. T. Hermansen, who resigned as
reporter and as republican for the sen
ators hip from the Twenty-second district
on the republican ticket will remove to
Seattle in a short time.
The Kearney Commercial club has de
cided to be represented at the Central
Association of Commercial Clubs, which
meets in convention October 20 at In
dianapolis, and voted to send the Kearney
secretary, Charles EL Oehler, to that
Sick headache is caused by a disor
dered stomach. Take Chamberlain's Tab
lets and correct that and the headaches
will disappear. For sals by all dealers.
Work for Entire Week Call for Tw
Practices Each Day New Confer
ence Rale ' Delays Opening;
of Real Work.
LINCOLN, Sept 17-.-(Spec!al.) Rain or
shine, the Cornhusker foot ball squad
will formally . Inaugurate Its season
Wednesday morning when Coach Stiehm
will meet the varsity candidates in the
initial practice of the year.
Captain Ernie Frank arrived In the city
this afternoon from Grand Island, where
he has been spending the summer and
with Stiehm, immediately proceeded to
take charge of the squad. Several ar
rivals during tie evening of foot ball men
caused Cornnusker stock to rise again
and the out look Is not nearly so dis
couraging as it was a week ago.
Bad news was received from Purly
the big halfback today, however, when 11
was learned.that.lt was very doubtful
whether he would be able to return to
School. Purdy Is working at Imperial
Neb., and has told several foot ball men
that he will not be back. .
On the ground this afternoon for the
opening practice are Captain Frank, Har
mon, Anderson and Swanson, with lev
eral new men.
Two Prnetleea Each Day.
The work for the entire week will call
for two practices a day, one In the morn
ing and one In the afternoon. By thl
strenuous program, Stiehm hopes to makt
up some of the delay which arises from
the conference ruling, prohibiting practice
until the opening of college.
Both Ames and Missouri have been busy
at work for a week at actual practice
and It will be at least five days more
before Stiehm can engage In at ythlna
that resembles foot ball.
Stiehm announces the plan of holding
practice at the state farm as much as
possible in order 'to save the sol field
which had to be entirely resodded this
summer. Probably two-thirds of the time,
the Cornhuskers will go to the farm where
tere is an excellent field.
There are still several of the veterans
to be heard from and until that time
it is impossible to gain any gauge of
the Cornhusker strength. No worl has
been received from Potter or Gibson, both
of whom are expected back. Mulligan
Is due in Lincoln Wednesday as is
Howard, Allen anl Halllgan. all last year
freshmen, who are expected to make
good on the varsity this season.
New equipment has been received and
Stiehm will be able to accommodate up
wards of sixty players each practice. The
coach will rigidly enforce the rule that
candidates must turn out regularly or
turn over their togs to men who will.
BLAIR BUSINESS MAN
AND WIFE DISAPPEAR
BLAIR. Neb., Sept 17. (Speclal.)
Early last spring Tona Minardi of
Omaha bought out afruit and candy
store that , was being run by another
Omaha party here. Recently Minardi
employed a Japanese cook and his wife
and started a short order counter in con
nection with the fruit store. Minardi was
in the habit of not coming to the store
until near noon, .as he was up late at
night. A week ago the cook and his wife
left on the morning train and Minardi
came down at won and opened up the
store and in the evening he and Ws wife
left the city and nothing has been heard
of either party since. Yesterday parties
came up from Omaha and levied on what
goods were left after a 0 mortgage
was satisfied in favor of the Blair Na
tional bank. About $75 worth of perish
able goods were spoilt. Minardi had a
soda fountain, cash register and good
store furniture and to all appearances
was doing a good business.
Table Rock Pioneer Stricken.
TABLE ROCK. Neb.; Sept 17.-(SpecIal.)
At. Fulton of Table Rock was stricken
with paralysis Saturday morning and has
not yet entirely recovered consciousness
and his recovery Is considered doubtful.
Mr. Fulton was an old soldier, enlisting
In 1S64, when only 16 years of age. He
was a musician and has the name of be
ing the youngest soldier in this part of
This Week, Commencing Today
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GEO. E. MICKEL, Manager, Nebraska Cycle Co.
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Every man needs one.
Fall rains seem to have set
in in real good earnest.
The man who owns one
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shedding garments is in a
position 40 defy the ele-
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costly. Better have a look.
Rain and Slip.
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of all of these things.
You need only to use Calumet
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constant user.. Ask
your grocer today-
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baking. Insist on
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