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THE REE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1912.
Everybody Knows that it Doesn't CosT; a Dollar to Go to Union Hill Drawn for The Bee by "Bud" Fisher
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Date Changed from October to Third
Week of March.
MRS. FERRY NEW STATE REGENT
Delegates Entertained In Evening at
Dinner at Executive Mansion,
..- After Which Musical Pro-
1 orain la Enjoyed.
! (Krom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Oct. 24. - (Special.) - The
Daughters of the American Revolution,
who concluded their annual session here
today, were entertained at the executive
mansion at a 7 o'clock dinner last even
Ins. About 12S enjoyed the elegant dinner
served and the musical program after
ward. At the close of the dinner the' guests re
tired to the amusement parlor on the
third floor of the mansion, where the
musical program took place, Mrs. Lillian
JJoobs Helms, soloist; Miss Annie Stuart,
1 ianlst. and Baahe Tully, reader, enter
taiaing the company.
The organization has been enthustastio
over the visit of President General Mrs.
Mathew T. Scott.
Much is said by the delegates In praise
of the work of the state regent, Mrs.
Memorial for Departed Members.
The conference opened Thursday morn
ing with the reports of the standing
committees. This was followed by the
memorial hour conducted by Mrs. C. E.
Steele of Falrbury. In opening the me
morial serivces Mrs. Norton spoke very
feelingly of those loved sisters who had
gone on- before, and with voice broken
with emotion, while there was hardly a
dry eye in the room, she Introduced Mrs.
'Steele. The theme of the hour reflected
the following sentiment:
"Never 'morning wore to evening but
some heart did not break, for in t'lie sands
' of life sorrow treads heavily and leaves
a print that time cannot wash away."
J The Twenty-third psalm was read by
Mrs. Steele at the opening of the services,
and Dr. Aylesworth, chancellor emeritus
of Cotner university, delivered the invo
cation. This was followed by a song by
Miss Agnes Mowry.TaW of Kearney.
A business session closed the morning
session, during which revision of by
laws and constitution was discussed, led
by the chairman of the committee, Mrs.
C. H. Aull of Omaha.
During the noon hour the delegates
went out to University Place and were
entertained at the palatial home of Mrs.
C C. White, who entertained them at a
Work on the bylaws again was taken
up at the beginning of the afternoon
session, after the resolution committee
had reported, thanking the citizens of
Lincoln and the Commercial club, 'the
daughters of the local chapter, , local j
pastors and chancellors who asistt n j
the entertainment and all others who
had helped to make the session a sue- ;
cess. Attorney General Marcin came in
for a word of thanks, while Mrs. Scott, j
the president general, was especially re- i
Just before the close of the session It
yas discovered that on account or a
VOTER'S TASK MORE SIMPLE
Decision of Supreme Court Puts
Electors in Proper Groups.
FEW PROTESTS ARE RECEIVED
llroatrh Tries to Get ETen with
. Jurists by Coming Out for Recall
of Judges In Letter to
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 24.-CSpeclal.)-The ac
tion of the supreme court in upholding
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mistake having been made in the figures j "" iuiumi uimuvi
the flag, which was yesterday presented court, which places the Taft electors on
to Isaac Sadler chapter of Omaha for i the republican ticket where they belong,
making the greatest percentage, of gain j makes the work of the voter at the
in membership, should have been given j polls easy In comparison to what It
to Platte chapter of Columbus and the would have been had the court not up.
conference voted to make the change. ( held the lower court. As It stands now
Change Date ..f Conference. i the electors ' VPnr on the ballot In
Several changes were made in the by '! the following ordpr: .
laws, the most important" being making j w"8le.J" T-T.wllco.x Republican
H, nnnfan a Krwl,- ka,. I - ivcpuumau
tlon being $27,000. Mr. Ballah, who is the
president of the Cambridge State bank in
this city, Is now the owner of a ranch
containing more than 10,000 acres all In
ing date of meeting from October to the
third week In March, the percentage tax
raised from 10 cents to 2& cents, the chap
ter entertaining the annual conference
to receive J30 instead of $25, as now In
force, and amendments to bylaws to
C. F. Reavls Republican
Vac Burcsh Republican
George V. Smith Republican
W. H. Kilpatrick ..' Republican
O. A. Abbott Republican
D. B. Jenckes , . Republican
ronolva a tn-n-thlf r!s rnfa Inntearl nf a ; JameS R. Dcail
.... t Democrat-People's Independent
majority vote. . Jonn w Outright
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Mrm Prrrr State Heircnt. I ueiiiuuim-rmyH) luui-penuf in
Mrs.- Warren Perry of Falrbury
elected state regent and Mrs. Charle
Auld of Omaha vice regent.
After singing the "The Red, White and
Blue," the conference adjourned.
Issue of Stock Approved,'
The Nemaha Light and Power .company
has been given permission by the rail
way commission to issue stock in the sum
of $30,0C0 and bonds in the amount of $10,
000. The company is located at Stella and
desires to build a plant and extend Its
transmission lines to Sliubert, Neman j.
Verdon and Dawson.
I Snnhiia V Nohlo
Wi ; T"V. 1 j i .7..
W. R. Beum
S. M. Bailey
Edward A. Roth
John J. McCarthy
John Canrlght Socialist
J. S. Baker v Socialist
J. W. Swlbart Socialist
B. F. Walton Socialist
Thomas Bristow , Socialist
F. H. Signer Socialist
F. W. Bell Socialist
Samuel D. Fitchia Prohibition
A hearing will be had at Crawford Sat- i William Coatman Prohibition
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KEARNEY, Neb.. Oct. 24. -(Special
Telegram.) If plans of the executive com
mittee of the Nebraska Christian Rn
deavor union carry the state and dis
trict finance question will besolved, j the
committee having decided today to advo
cate the adoption of a 30-cent assessment
tfor each member In the state. One-third
of the amount raised would go to the
districts and. the' remainder to the state
organization. The following committees
were appointed tonight: .
Nominating Comrnlttee--Rev. R. p,
Hammond. Norfolk: Rev. H. H. Feberly.
Lincoln: Miss Anna Gunn. Cbzad; Miss
Pearl Nettleton, Fairfield Miss Anna L
Resolutions Committee Rev. William
Richard, Holdreife; Rev. B. H tiller York;
Mir. Rav Fletcher. Lincoln: Miss Ge"nda
Reinhardt. Omaha; Frank C Ekdahl,
Auditing Committee Rev. B. E. Pax
ton. Cottonwood: Miss Anna Waggey,
Cambridge; Hugh Miller,- Beatrice.
Excessive brata iac. rrlD. corns. nu-
rauria. rheumatism. hesdachM from nenr-
onuses. IndltssBoa. grip, OTer-iBdulreacc.
and sains rf every description are all
quickly and safety driven away by
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u relay , and depositions taken In a cae
where the White River Irrigation com
pany and several small Irrigators are pro
testing the right of the Burlington rail
way to take water from the White river
for the purpose of furnishing water for it
engines and for watering stock.
Will Dedicate Monument.
The largest monument on the so-called
Oregon trail, the gift of school district
No. 39 a short distance east of Falrbury,
will be dedicated next Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, Ex-Congressman Hlnshaw
delivering the address. Two other monu
ments of nearly equal Importance will be
dedicated on Saturday, one at the Wins-
low grave, four and one-half miles north
west of Falrbury, and the othr about two
George W. Marshall .Prohibition
J. H. Vonstein Prohibition
J. B. Jenkins Prohibition
Robert Duhurst Prohibition
Irrigators Will Ask
For New Legislation
BRIDGEPORT, Neb., Oct. 24.-(Special
Telegram.) The Nebraska State Irriga
tion association elbsed a three-days' ses
sion this evening with the election of the
following officers for the coming year:
President. J. G. Beeler. North Platee,
first vloe president. O. W. Gardner, Ger
lng; second vice president, Ruben Llsco,
Lisco; treasurer, S. A. Warlck, Alliance;
secretary, J- B- Lablance, Bridgeport.
By an amendment to the constitution
offered by O. W. Gardner of Gerlng,
Bridgeport has made the permanent meet
ing place of the association.
The entire forenoon was devoted to the
consideration of bills drafted by the legis
lation committee and as a result five
measures will be presented to the coming
Senaotr W. V. Hoagland of North
Platte delivered an address on the sub
ject, "How to Secure Necessary Legisla
tion on behalf of Irrigation." The Illus
trated lecture on the potato in health nnd
disease by Prof. E. Mead Wilcox of the
State university was pronounced a full
course In agriculture by delegates. Po
tatoes Infected will all kinds of diseases
were thrown on the screen and compared
with healthy tubers. Prof. Wilcox gave
some practical hints on potatoes In th
North Platte valley.
COMMITTEE WOULD ASSESS
ENDEAVOR UNION MEMBERS
DENIES STORY CIRCULATED
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct 24.-(8pecial Tele
gram.) The j rumor In circulation this
evening that students of the State uni
versity had been selling tanned skin from
the body of Shorty Gray, the convict who
escaped frorri the penitentiary last Mai-h
and was killed by a sheriffs posse, is
denied by Dr. Poynter, who has charge
of the medical department of the univers
"The body of Shorty Gray Is still l! the
vat where the body has been kept atid
has not yet been dissected," said the doc
tor this afternoon. It Is believed that
some one has been playing a joke on
some unsuspecting Individual.
There could be no better medicine than
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. My chil
dren were sick with whooping cough.
One of them was in bed, had a high
fever and was coughing up blood.' Our
doctor gave them Chamberla'n's Cough
Remedy and the first dose eased them,
and three bottles cured them," says Mm.
R. A. Donaldson, of Lexington, Miss. For
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The Persistent end Judicious Use of
Newspaper Advertising Spacf is the Best
Koad Into the "Big Business" Class.
W. J. Broatch
George S. Flory
A. R. Davis ,
A. V. Pease
W. E. Thorn Progressive
W. O. Henry Progressive
O. G. Smith Progressive
Hon- to TJae Circle.
Actoss within the circle at the right
of each cluster of names will be a vote
for all the eight electors of that party,
while at the top of the ballot will be a
circle for those who desire to vote the
straight party ticket.
It Is understood that Chairman Epperson-
1 not kicking very much on th
court's decision other than that It places
blm In a position nf being chairman of
a committee which has no legal existence.
About the only real strong objection
that has been registered Is that of W. J.
Broatoh of Omaha, one of the deposed
Roosevelt electors, who sent a letter to
Chairman Corrlck of the bul) moose com
mute saying he was done with the re
publican party and would henceforth be
found with the bull moose party, it Is
said that he further stated his position
by saying that he was now In favor of the
recall of judges.
Wo Vote for Roosevelt.
While the bull moose state committee
has been busily engaged !n polling trains
and business ihouses over the state and
publishing a few of the results, here Is
one which might Interest them taken last
night on the caboose of the Burlington
freight between Germantown and Lincoln:
Miss Jane Addams, the feminine bull
moose who has been apeaklng for the na
tional ticket throughout the country, ad
dressed a large audience at the city Audi
torium last night A large number in the
rear of the half were unable to hear her
on accountvof the low tone in which she
UNION MEETS IN KEARNEY
KEAiRiNEY. Neb..' Oct. 34-(Special.)-When
President M. D. Berg of Sidney,
Neb., called the twenty-sixth annual
convention of the Nebraska Christian En
deavor union to order this afternoon It
was estimated that already nearly 600
delegates were In the city lu readiness
for the four days' session, that number
of free rooms having been secured on ths
Mayor J. W. Patterson ga,ve the princi
pal address of welcome at '4 p. m., fol
lowed by one by President B.' H. Watson
of the Kearney Young People's union.
Mabel M. Dixon of Hastings responded
to their addresses, after Which the routine
work of the meeting was undertaken.
The address of the evening, following
a song service, led by a Kearney chorus.
was given by Rev. H. H. Heberly of
The city Is splendidly decorated, all
merchants and business men having re
sponded to the request of the Commercial
club to make their windows especially
pleasing- to the visitors.
MISSOURI PRACTICES HARD
Tigers Working- Out Every Day in
Preparation for Cornhusken.
PLAYS OKLAHOMA SATURDAY
Coach Brewer Is Perfecting) Forward
Paaa and Fake Play In Order
to Offset the Beef of
COLUMBIA, Mo Oct. M.-(Speclal.)-Showlng
little effect from the trouncing
administered them by the strong Ames
team last Saturday the University of
Missouri foot ball squad has resumed
practice with spirit unbroken. In the
hope of making a creditable showing
against Nebraska November 2. Coaohea
Brewer ami Hackney began remedying
the defects brought out in the game
with Ames ami declared the team would
be prepared to make Nebraska fight
every Inch of the way.
There will be no scrimmage practice
before next Tuesday or Wednesday as
the team left for Norman, Ok!., last
Wednesday to play the annual game with
the Oklahoma university. Coach Brewer,
however. Intefnda to make good use of
the time In drilling the squad to break
up any possible trick formations and to
running back punts. It was lack of just
such practice that allowed Ames to
catch the Tigers napping and rpake the
long runs that netted touchdowns.
The Tigers expect the stlffest kind of
a battle with the CornhuHkers, as Coach
Stlehm will do his best to perfect a
team that will better the 29 to 0 sours of
Ames to show that his Is a better eleven
than that of the Iowa Aggies. Missouri
will be ., considerably outweighed, but
hopes to make up for this discrepancy
by speed and the forward pass, at
which the Tigers are becoming very
MASTER BAKERS OF STATE
TO MEET NEXT IN OMAHA
HAS RIGHT HAND CUT OFF,
WORKING WITH CORNSHELLER
GENEVA, Oct. 3.-(Special.Woseph
Kelch who was working yesterday with
a corn sheller had his right hand cut
off. He' was taken to Dr. Beek who
dressed the wound. '
Notes from Cambridge. v
CAMBRIDGE, Neb., Oct 24.-8peclal.)
J. J. Kelly, one of the pioneers of this
section of the state, died at his residence
n this city yesterday morning. Ths
funeral ws held today from the Meth
odist Episcopal church here,
Mr. Lewis,' an employe of the Burling
ton Railroad company, was here yes
terday Inspecting the stock yards at this
place. Arrangements were ' effected
whereby a material improvement will be
made in the same to accommodate Mr.
Grassmeyer of Grand Island, who has
purchased' a feeding yard adjoining this
city where he will feed more than 1,000
head of cattle this season.
E. 8. Hardin sold his 640-scre ranch two
miles 'Southenst of this city Saturday to
A. F. Ballah of Norfolk, Neb., consldera-
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Oct M.-fSpe-clal1
Telegram.) The Nebraska Master
Bakers' association convention -was
brought to a close m this city today at
noon after the election of officers and the
selection of Omaha as the place of meet
ing for next year. An elaborate banquet
was enjoyed by the bakers at the
Koehler hotel last night. The officers for
the coming yar are as follows: C. W.
(Ortuta-n, president; Ga C.Kuenn, vice
president; T. F. Naughtine, secretary; T.
E. Beha, treasurer; executive board, J.
J. Markey, Phil Yeger and J. 8. Jones. '
Notes from Harvard.
HARVARD, Neb.. Oct 24.-The body of
the lats M. V. Corey was brought to
Harvard today from Hastings and burled
by the side of his wife who died several
years ago. Mr. Corey came to Harvard
about the year 1SS2 and for some fifteen
years thereafter was one of our business
men, but for several years has lived a
retired life with .his daughter, Mrs. H. N.
Webster, at Hastings, death coming after
several years of decline from causes In
cident to his ags of 84 years at death.
S. P. Rosenbaum & Sons have about
completed their large store building,
48x13? feet, one story with full basement,
and will move In a few days. ,
Ray Phillips, trouble- man for the In
dependent phone line, met with a serious
accident yesterday when going to the
country when his motorcycle "bucked"
owing to broken parts and thrsw him to
ths ground causing a fracture of ta
collar bone and other bruises.
" Kotes from Beatrice.
BEATRICE. Neb., Oct. 24.-fSpeda1.)-Waldo
C. Mowry and Miss Mildred Hull
were married at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hull, In this
city last evening. Rev. V. G. Brown of
ficiating. They will make their home on
a farm east of Blue Springs.
' Gerhard Ens, an old resident of West
Beatrice, died suddenly this morning of
spoplexy, aged 64 years. He Is survived
by his widow and twelve children.
Small Fire at Overton.
OVERTON. Neb., Oct 24.-(8peclal.)-George
Spade's blacksmith shop was
burned to the ground at 1 o'clock this
morning. The toss Is about $1,400 and the
Evers Signs Contract
to Manage the Cubs
CHICAGO. Oct. 24.-Offlolal announce
ment of the selection of John Elvers as
manager of ths Chicago National league
base ball team was made today by C.
W. Murphy, president of the club. Terms
of the contract wore not given out
OMAHA UNIVERSITY READY
FOR COTNER GAME TODAY
Coach Morganthaler of the University
of Omaha and his men are ready for the
Cotner game today. He believes that
he has a hard proposition to handle In
the coming contest and is lining his men
up accordingly. The lineup has been
changed considerably and the team has
received a general shaking up. The fol
lowing men probably will play in these
positions on Friday: Ends, , Dow and
Pariah; tackles, J. Selby and Adams;
guards, Heaker and Jorgenson; center,
Salisbury or Frandsen; quarter, P. Belby;
halves, Dlsbrow, Halsey, Parsons; full
back, Solomon or Rachman. This will
give Omaha the strongest lineup It has
had this year.
Ready for Tarkio
Coach Holste's Indians left Elk Hill
mursday evening for Tarkio, Mo., whero
they will meet Tarkio college in the an.
nual foot ball game Saturday.
Hnlste's men have .Improved wonderfully
J since the game two weeks ago In which
they were held to a 0 to 0 score by Cot
ner university. The practice game
Wednesday evening with Crelghton was
a surprise to the Bellevue rooters. Ths
Bellevue line proved a stone wall to the
fast Crelghton backs who played havoc
with the heavy Marquette line last Satur
day. The offense was the best shown this
year, Altschuler and Johnson making
many spectacular runs through ths
Crelghton team for long g-alns.
Altschuler, left Imlf, Is developing Into
the find of the year; although weighing
but 125 pounds, he Is the best ground
gainer on the team, and his tackling Is
sure and snappy,
The list of Injured lias decreased to two
men. who will not take the Tarkio game,
but who wUl be In shape for Wesleyan
next week. "
The new plays given the team worked
gainst Crelghton for good gains and
there Is little doubt In the Bellevue camp
that Tarkio will prove easy opponents to
the team. Tarkio has been defeated for the
past three years in foot ball and so fat
has shown tip weaker than usual this
Adams Resigns and
Will Work for Taft
WASHINGTON, Oct. 24.-F. C. Adams
of Chicago, the negro assistant registrar
of ths treasury, resigned today to be
connected with the republican campaign
headquarters in New Yprk.
President Taft has appointed J. P.
Strickland, a negro of Arkansas, to suo
ceed Adams. s Strickland was recom
mended by General Powell Clayton, na
tional committeeman from Arkansas. "
Amea Beady for Orlnnell.
AMES, la., Oct 24 (Bpeolal.) Ames Is
busily preparing for the Orlnnell game
Saturday,. Coach Williams plans to drill
the team hard for the next two weeks and
then slacken up a bit before the Iowa
game. The Grinnell backfleld Is held In
a good deal of respect by the Ames
players. Ames, however, expects to ob
tain a victory by means of 'hitting the
line, forward passing and trick plays.
The whole squad is in good shape except
Reeve, who is suffering from an exag
gerated Charley horse and who probaWy
will be unable to play Saturday. -
I.. O. rebel.
OXFORD, Neb,, Oct. 24 (Special. V-I O.
Uebel, raveling salesman for the J. I.
Case Threshing Machine company, died
Thursday afternoon at his home here.
About three weeks ago he came home
from Denver with the symptoms of ty
phoid fever, which later developed Into
that disease. He was the son of G. W,
Uebel of this place, and had lived In or
near Oxford most of his life. He leaves
a widow and little daughter 16 months old.
He was a member of the Modern Wood,
men of Amelias, lodge. Funeral will take
plaoe probably Friday afternoon.
LONDON. Oct 24.-Vlscount Peel, who
was speaker of the House of Commons
from 1884 to 1836, died today at the age
of 83. He was created a viscount oi) his
retirement from the speakership. He was
known In the United States as ohairman
of the British commission to the St Louis
Which one will get the
White House stable ?
It's immaterial we'll be
able then, as now, to meet
your every clothes want.
"Clothes that Fit "is the
aim which dominates in
the building of our KEN
SINGTONS -$20 to $40.
And fit they do pleas
with the style and dis
tinction that is equaled
only by the besl: custom
made garments. ,
Stop and try on some of
our new models their
superiority is easily
MAG & DEEMER
MethnrilBt tmnl at Wymore.
WTMORE. Neb., Oct. J4.-(8peclal.)-In
Blue npnnss iaai niKni mciv wh s.uuu-
fellowship supper which had been planned
by Rev. W. L, Hasklns of the Blue i
Springs .Methodist church, for ministers
attending a district conference In that
city. The affair was held In the Work
man hall and there were 140 guests. A
very Interesting program was given. The ;
principal dish on the banquet bill of fare 1
was pot pie In which 1115 squirrels were
WTMORE, Neb., Oct. 24.-Bpeclal.)-Howard
Perkins and Miss Mabel gchock
were married at noon today at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Schock, in Blue Springs in the presence
of friends and relatives. Rev. Mr. has
klns of the Blue Springs Methodist church
officiated. The bride has had a millinery
store In Wymore for. two years past Mr.
Perkins was formerly employed In the
office of the Burlington division superin
tendent's office In Wymore. At present
he Is managing a large orange grove near
Largo, Fla., and It Is In that place that
he and Mrs. Perkins will make their
home, after a short wedding trip.
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and Vow Tork Exprsss." Drawing
room Sleepers to Hew Tork.
11:00 A, M, ..WfiiT:
iiiuuniiui waslUngtoa Spe
cial." drawing-room Bias pars to
Washing-ton and Vsw Tork.
"Pittsburgh . Washington-Hew
Tork limited." Drawing,
room fflespsra to Pittsburgh and Krw
Tork. Observation Cars.
Drswlng-room Sleepers to mtto
bttrgh, Wheeling and Vsw Tork.
for particulars consult nearest Ticket
gi or aaaresa
Edward Emery, T. P. I, Omaha, Keb-
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