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THE BEE: OMAHA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1912.
PLAHS FOR I. R. MEETING
Don Love "Will Preside When Colonel
Comes to Lincoln.
OUT OF THE ORDINARY SALE
1 considerable discrimination In the goods
MOOSEES MEET HIM IN WEST
B. F. Piester, Pioneer Ranchman e
Cherry County, Dies in Lincoln
. y ' Snnltariam -Cronk Divorce '
Case in Snnremte Court.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Sept. 18.--(Special.)-Frank
P. Corrick this morning announced that
Don L. Love will preside at the meeting
Friday, when Mr. Roosevelt comes to
the city. The meeting will be held at
1:30. Mr. Corrick and Congressman Nor
ris will meet Colonel Roosevelt at Hold
rege and escort him to the city.
'.The bull moose party will bold county
conventions September 28 in Sherman
and Custer counties, the former at Loup
City and th latter at Broken Bow.
-' Cronk Cue Appealed. .
The divorce case of Cronk against
Cronk, appealed from the district court
of Douglas county, was before the su
preme court today. Cronk Is fighting the
appeal and his attorneys argued that
Mrs. Cronk No. 3 has been guilty of un
vrifely conduct in that she has at dif
ferent times gone Joy riding with other
men than her husband and has spent
nlgts at soma of te questionable resorts
In -Omaa and Council Bluffs. ' .
Sh sets forth that before her mar
riage to Cronk that he was equally
' guilty with Her of unchaste conduct and
that he has no right to a dlvoce be
cause of his equal misconduct.
Cherry Ranchman Dies.
B. F. Piester, a pioneer ranchman of
Cherry county, died at a local sanitarium
here this morning. All efforts to reach
JUs family by wire have failed, Uie mes
sages having been returned undelivered
His ranch is several miles from a rail
road station. ' .
William Steinhoff ;
FRIEND, Neb.. Sept. lS.-SpeclaL)-Willlam
Steinhoff, who owned a farm
one and one-half miles north of Friend
and resided at Beaver Crossing, died at
the farm yesterday morning under sus
picious circumstances. Steinhoff owned
a farm at Hecla. 8. D., and it had been
his custom to vslt the farm every year
to look after his share of the crop. He
had been In Dakota ' for . several days.
Sunday evening he returned, visiting, a
local doctor and stating that he had been
poisoned. He said he had had some trou
ble with the tenants residing on his .farm
in Dakota, where he had boarded and
where he was taken sick. A local physi
cian advised him to return home at
quickly as possible. A post mortem
held yesterday Indicated very strongl)
mercurial poisoning.' The autopsy was
held under the authority of the coroner
the jury awaiting more Information from
' Statements made by the , dead man
were that he had suspected an attempt
to poison him and that he had left his
tea untouched, which was afterwards
drunk by a lad of the family who soon
became violently 111. He had overheard
a remark that "they would get him yet
Steinhoff was a bee keeper of some note
and the president of the Nebraska Bee
Keepers' association. ,
Lincoln Young Men
Form Big laft Club
. ; . , .. ' i
tFrom a- Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Sept . 18. (Special.) About
fifty young men of Lincoln met at the
Lincoln hotel last night and started an
organlzaton of a Taft republican club. H.
H. Wilson, the principal speaker, deliv
ered an address that was an Incentive
for. young men to align themselves with
a party which since its organization had
been progressive. He showed that the
democratic party from the time of Jef
ferson had refused to do things necessary
to progress because the constitution did
not specifically set forth that such
things could be done, while on the othet
hand. Colonel Roosevelt was trying to
break down the constitution with his re
call and kindred political schemes.
A committee of five consisting of J.
OReld Gree, Ralph Moseley, F. E. Eager
ton, James Brown and Ralph . Wilson,
was selected to draft a constitution for
the club. The next meeting will "be held
Monday night when it Is expected that
Senator Norris Brown will be present and
address the meeting.
J. M. O'Nell, a Lincoln traveling man,
who. represents eastern manufacturers
said that his house reported to him that
Taft was growing in strength throughout
the east and that workingmen and manu
facturers were beginning to see the im
portance of keeping the republican part)
in power with President Taft as president
Students Kegister !
For Work of Year
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
. LINCOLN, Sept 18.-(SpeclaI.)-Regis
tratlon began at the state university this
morning at 8 o'clock and military drill
among the first and second men will be
gin Monday. It Is believed that over 500
men will take up the drill this year. The
Daily Nebraskan was Issued today for
the first time and will be put out five
days of the week throughout the yeai.
except on holidays. Students have been
arriving In crowds since Monday, not only
to the state university, but. also for Wes-
leyan and Cotner.
Made For This Autumn's Selling
Bought From One of tho Greatest Silk Concerns in This Country
The Open Stock Which Has Been on Display. Dark, Medium and Light Colors, Taffeta, Messa-
line, Twills, Plaids,. Figures, Printed Goods, Woven Daslgns, etc., Sold Everywhere This Season at $1.00 and $1.25
Over 2,000 yards to sell
Be prompt for Pick.
ONE PRICE THURSDAY, 10 A.
Special Purchase of lYlarabout Scarfs, Sets and fluffs
Light and dressy warm and comfy; natural, black, white and fancy trimmed with ostrich tips; ostrich neck pieces also;
boas from $3.50 to $25 for set. There's a choice notwithstanding all are selected pieces. ON SALE NOW.
The manufacturers of NAIAD Dress Shields have sent an' expert demonstrator to explain the special merits of this meritorious shield at
Notion Section all week.
Gneaa Under Arrest.
FREMONT, Neb., Sept 18.-Special.)
Sheriff Condit this morning" received a
telegram from Milwaukee stating that
Hildert J. Guess, who is charged with
stealing a quantity Of jewelry from the
store of M. Huck at North Bend in No
vember, , 1909, . was under arrest .- there.
Guess was charged with stealing about
$175 worth of goods from Sir. Huck and
at the time of the affair there was only
a slight clue to his whereabouts. Sheriff
Condit traced him to Mississippi, Ar
kansas and from that state to Wiscon
sin. He was thought at the time to
have been an old offender In that line
of working Jewelry stores, as he showed
CATTLE DISEASE IS NOT
KEARNEY, Neb., Sept 18.-(Speclal.)r
Dr. A. A. Munn, a local veterinarian was
called to the country last evening tc
attend to what was supposed to be tht
first case of the cerbro-mentngitis to
have affected cattle.
He found the herd with badly Infected
mouths, and- nostrils, and other symp
toms that did not correspond to the
symptoms of the horse disease.
Investigation d'sclosed a mass ot sana
burrs' in the roof, throats and back nasal
cavities as the source of the disease, the
animals having been pastured In stubUlt
fields during the August drouth. Tht
rhni number were emaciated snowmi
h ff net nf the condition, . which has
hmhahiv been bothering them two 01
three weeks, -.i V -.-
FALL PETTICOATS The very latest styles Messalines, Messalines with jersey tops all color Peau de Cygne; some of
them are the very latest changeable and two-tone colorings. A remarkable collection of very choice garments, priced very
low FOE THURSDAY. v
Real readiness in the Junior and Children's Sections,
clean cotton fabrics wool serge dresses, from $3.95 up. '
Complete Fall and Winter stock. . Children's Hats, all ages. Dresses for school wear-
Tailored Suits for Juniors, ages 13, 15 and 17 years.
Wonderfully attractive materials such as Challies and fancy wool fabricssuperb styles.
More Small Women visit this Department daily.
Look at the Winter oats
No matter how fastidious you are, if you are a Judge of values, and you need a coat YOU'LL BUY ALL RIGHT.
Never since we have been in business did we see or have we had su ch a magnificent collection and selection of,
u its, Coats, Furs and
Alteration Department splendidly manned and womanned alsc ready to change or alter any garment and guarantee a fit.
get promptest delivery.
Early comera will
Extraordinary sale of Blankets, .Comforts and Bedding, together with a sale of Linens, Towels, Bed Spreads now in full blast Women go
wild as they, view the artistic designs the dainty colorings and the exqu lsite bed coverings made as it were to woo Morpheus. Soothing tnd rest-
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Makes It Grow.
To a half pint of water add:
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ttarbo Compound a small box.
glycerine 4 os.
These are all simple ingredients that
you can buy from any druggist at very
little cost, and mix them yourself. Apply,
to the scalp once a day for two weeks,
then once every other week until all the
mixture Is used.7 A half pint should be
enough to rid the head of dandruff and
kill the dandruff germs. , It : stops the
hair from falling out,, relieves Itching and
Although it Is not a dye. It acts upon
the hair roots and will darken streaked,
faded, gray halri in ten or fifteen days.
It promotes the growth of the hair and
makes harsh hair soft and glossy.
Franklin Coumr Notes.
UPLAND, Neb.. Sept. 18.-SpeciaU
The Upland house changed hands today.
Z. L. Seeley, who has run. It for several
years, leaves for Grand Island, where he
has bought a hotel, and Herman 'eie
takes possession of the Upland house next
The Franklin county progressive party
will hold Its convention In Franklin on
Friday, September 27. At this time an
assessor, county attorney and member of
legislature will be nominated. It is not
known whether the regular ' republican
candidates will seek these endorsements
or not . .
Chris Olsen, for many years proprleto-
of the Upland restaurant, has sold out
to Messrs. Greeersen and Partch and
will-move to Superior In the near future.
Campbell will hold a big race meet and
street fair on September 24-26. Wednes
day will be republican' day. Governor
Aldrich, Congressman Norris and S. R.
Barton are booked for speeches. v On
Thursday, democratic day, Messrs. More
head, Shallenberger and Sutherland wltl
address the crowds.
Notes from Uloomtnarton. '
BbOOMINGTON, Nebi, Sept M.-(Spe-cil.)
F. H. Ludeke ' of Bloomington has
been experimenting for some years on the
raising, of cotton. He has furnished the
public, schools a fine exhibit of home
grown cotton for use In the geography
The Franklin County Fair association,
due to the unfavorable weather and the
prevalence ofthe horse disease, is facing
a deficit, the first in years. Farmers
were afraid to drive their horses to the
grounds and some were kept away by the
care of horses already sick. The educa
tional exhibit due to the untiring efforts
of County Superintendent Ruth Erfman.
was the best at the fair. 1 , - - - '
A Sunday school convention will occur
at Franklin on September 21 In the Meth
odist church. Air towns In the county
are to be represented, by delegates and
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It isn't a secret medicine simply a prescription after the famous Pr. Robin
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, " If your food distresses you, if you have no appetite, If you are nervous and
generally run down, give Samuel's "S-P" a chance to restore that lost appetite,
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It will surely amaxe you how easily and quickly you will be eating what you
want and enjoying all the
blessings of good digestion and
healthy nerves, with no more
nervousness or sleeplessness.
- Almost all well-stocked drug
'tores have Samuel's "Three
P." Get Samuel's "3-P" from
your druggist if he hasn't It
In stock now, he will quickly
get it for you, or a postal ad
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to Be Held at Harvard
HARVARD, Neb., Sept 18.-(Speclal.)-For
some time past the executive com
mittee of the Harvard Community club
has had under consideration the matter
of holding In this city a political carni
val, and at. the full meeting of the club
last evening it was voted to carry the
ideas of the committee into effect Tues
day and Wednesday, October 1 " and 2
were selected as the dates for the meet
ing and a big tent was ordered in which
the people who come may be comfort
ably housed and seated to hear what the
speakers may have to say to further the
interests of their respective parties.
Prominent speakers of differing political
faiths have been Invited, and assurances
h.v. been received that tne lonowinis
will be here: Congressman George W.
Korrls and Former Governor Ashton C.
Shallenberger, candidates . for United
States- senator; Governor . Chester . H.
Aldrich, candidate for re-eiecuon; owiie
Senator Morehead,. democratic canaiaaie
for governor, will come If he can change
dates already made for him eisewnere,
State Auditor Silas R. Barton and former
rvmexesiiman . Roderick Dhu Sutherland,
candidates for congress from the Fifth
district Other state canaiaaxes nave
also been invited to be present spesjters
of national reputation, representing me
republican, democratic and progressive
national tickets, have peen securea una
oratory will flow unresineiea. , a um
program of Instrumental and vocal music
is scheduled for every day and evening.
Epperson Secures , ':;
Secretary tor mce
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Sept 18. (Special.) I. A.
Reneau of Broken now nas Deen uv
pointed secretary of tne nppersoman
state committee: On account or tne trou
ble which Judge Epperson has naa to
make members of the committee stick,
it is said that Mr. Reneau signeo an
agreement to perform the duties of the
office and that there Is no question that
he can get away. .
IS FORMALLY INSTALLED
STAPLETON, Neb., Sept. 18.-(Spee!al.)
-The Stapleton postofflce was Installed
today by. Postmaster O. L. Newklrk of
Gandy. and the office turned over to
the Incumbent John Armour, of this
place. On account of the non-arrival
of the equipment, the office Is furnished
In a rather crude rasnion goncs uoxes
and the like serving for receptacles for
the mall. The permanent location of the
postofflce will be In the new McLeay
building, which is nearlng completion.
Secretary E. I Sayre, Jr... of the Staple
ton Commercial club,' has received as
surance from Congressman Moses P. Kih
kaid that he will attend the harvest
festival here next week on Thursday. It
Is expected that this will make that day
the biggest of the celebration.
program of races and attractions having
been provided. It will continue four day
Doane Has Plenty
of Good Foot Ball ,:
CRETE, Neb., Sept. IS.-CSpeciaU-Al-
KEARNET, Neb., Sept. 17.-(Speclal.)- though the last week has v not been
Tuesday was marked by the greatest favorable for the trying out of new foot
number of calls, for veterinarians and j ball methods, Coach Johnson has ;been
prescriptions to check the epidemic now putting the thirty men that report for
taking so many horses throughout the practice every evening at Doane college,
state, of any day since the disease first
struck this locality.
, Three cases are reported In the very
edge of the city, one fine horse belonging
to the W. L. Stlckel Lumber company, In
a pasture Just across the road from th
Industrial school, has It the school re
port one horse sick with the disease and
was shot this afternoon, and R. Hlbberd
reported having one down, but which Is
showing some slight signs of Improve;
' The mate to the one owned by the lum
ber company died Saturday evening and
little hope is entertained by the owner of
saving the one now ill, both of them being.
8-year olds and valued at $250 each
Farmers are losing them In large numbers.
Mission Feat mt Larton.
LORTON, Neb., Sept. 18. (Special.)
The mission fest for this district was
held In the German Lutheran church in
this city last Sunday and was quite
largely attended, although rain fell much
of the day. The collection amounted to
$153.98. Among the ministers present were
Revs. Herman Krelger of Stelnhaur, John
Able of Osage, David Maul of Lincoln
and C. Eller, pastor of the church here.
The Persistent and Judicious Use ol
Newspaper Advertising la the Road to
through some strenuous tactics. The line
men have been working by themselves
and the backfleld men by. themselves, so
that the best possible results can be ob
tained. The splendid new material this year
will help out both In the line and back
field, there being some extremely prom
ising candidates among the new fellows.
Last evening a tentative line was picked,
consisting of R Hlgby and Eaman, ends;
Bronson and King, tackles; Blust and
Johnston, . guards; and Adams, center.
Of this line Johnston, the big fello
from Nellgh, is new and Eaman, a for
mer scrub, is making good at his po
sition. The rest are all old men, exper
ienced in line tactics. In the back field,
although Goble, last year's smashing full
back, has not yet returned to school, the
prospects are Just as encouraging.' Har
ris, formerly of Nellgh, Is upholding his
reputation for being one oi. the fastest
backs In the state, and Medlar, formerly
of Tork high is making a bid for one
of the positions. Kretslnger has been
delayed and reaches Crete Wednesday,
but will be In shape to bold down his old
pounds per man and is very equally dls
trlbuted so that If It becomes the final
choice It can be trained down Into an
CHICAGO SOCIETY WOMAN
CURED IN THREE DAYS
A very large per cent of Neal patients
are from the very highest and best
classes of men and women. , Recently
one of the very wealthy and prominent
ociety women of Chicago was given the
Neal treatment by one of our physicians
In the privacy of her apartments In a
paclty of 23,000 Is expected to result I leading New Tork city hotel. , The "satis-
Boston Prepares ; ;
for World's Series
BOSTON, Sept. .-Arrangements for
the base ball games In this city of the
world's championship series at Fenway
park are well under way. Nearly 109 per
sons are at work completing the arrange
ments for . accomodating between 30,000
and 36,000 persons at each of the games
expected to be played here.
. The carpenters are rearing temporary
stands on aU available space. Ten thous
and seats In addition to the normal ca-
from their labors. The clerks face each
day a fresh pile of correspondence from
all parts of the country regarding the
14,000 seats which wfll ,be reserved.
The Boston management has adopted
an elaborate system of protection against
the securing of tickets by speculators.
The Bystem has already uncovered' at
tempts to buy tickets in bunches for
It Is announced that all of the 15,000
reserved seats will be distributed in per
son, except In the general allotments to
the national base ball commission ' and
to the players. No tickets will be sent
out by mall, registered or otherwise. No
money Is accepted with applications. Only
those requests for tickets for all the
position at half. Gates and Koester, both faints In this city are being noticU, -md
old scrub men, are coming to the front
as well, so that there seems to be plenty
of material for the back field. Krebs,
last year's sub quarter, Is practically
sure of that position this year, so that
the roster Is complete.
The tentative line averages about 167
only one ticket will be issued for three
games. This, It is expected, will mini
mise the operations of the speculative
element . . '
Is the Road to
Johnson Coanty Fair Open.
TECUMSEH, NebM Sept. IS. -(Special )
Yesterday was the opening day .of tne
Johnson county fair, and despite the
threatening condition -of the weather tho
entries in all departments were large.
The local merchants are making exhibit;
of their wares in the art hall. The fair
this year promises to be one of the best
in the history of the association, a long
rm mm mm
faction of this woman Is the best evidence
by the fact that after her return to Chi
cago she sent (100 as a present to the lady
attendant who cared for Jw during the
treatment The Neal treatment has been
administered to many persons In this city
In the privacy of their own room at home,
hotel or club. We are always willing to'
arrange for this method of treatment In
all cases where the patient or friends
prefer. However, all patients are given
a separate private room at the hospital
and the utmost privacy is assured. ,
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