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THE BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1912.
3allaway Will Pay for Child's Sup
port in Mother's Care.
TWO NEW OMAHA CORPORATIONS
Sinn Whom Supreme Court llefnaea
of Cllrl Kacnnp from Scott's
Another Trlnl for t'ntialiiK Ith
I llluff Jail.
(from a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 2S. (SpcclnU-Oovernor
Aldrlc'h held court this morning on a
hearing for extradition papers ror J
Galloway, wanted for wife and child ntmJnst Village of rapllllon (Harpy),
abandonment In Iowa. Tho evidence dis- 1? (SSiST f
closed that Galloway nnd his wife did , For hearing Friday. November S:
not get along exceeding well together and
that she was sent to Iowa to live wltn C0 Traction company (Lancaster), Val
ine understanding that ho would follow, pnralso State bank against 8chwar
i ,,. i. .11,1 t Tii n-lfn wni rpnresented (Saunders). Heebo against County of
but he did not. The wlfo was representee. gcoUg uluff (&clUll njurf), Dlneen against
by Judge Davidson of Teoumseh and an- Lannlng (Hox Ilutte), County of Dawson
other attorney, while Galloway
;ouple of attorneys ulso.
After considerable tlmo had been spent
In altercation by tho attorneys the case
cam to a sudden termination by the at
torneys for Gallowdy proposing that
Galloway would ray for the support of
the child, a 11-year-old boy, $25 a month,
tho boy to remain In the custody of the
mother. Governor Aldrlch said that from
what he could discover the couple would
never live together again, and It might ,
be best that they should not, but If Mr.
Galloway would give bond for the pay
ment of tho money stipulated each month,
ho would bo In favor of dropping the
The attorneys for Mrs. Galloway no
ceptcd tho proposition and he was given
tlmo to preparo his bond.
Dior AVIum II l Point.
niM-s. democratic candidate for
lieutenant govornor, was a caller at the
office of tho secretory of state this morn.
Ingl to seo what had been done about
placing his name on the ballot as the
candidates of the people's Independent
party. Diers received five votes for
lieutenant governor from the populists
and was therefore entitled to all the
rights and privileges of a populist candi
date. When It was discovered that he
had a right on tho ballot. Secretary of
Stato Walt at once notified tho county
clerks of the different counties that Diers
wis entitled to tho designation "people's
dependent" ufter his name on tho ballot,
bv. 11 seems that some of the ballots
had been printea ana uiers is iwiuui
that he will not get the votes. To remedy
the difficulty the secretary of Btate haa
authorized the county clerks to notify
nil election boards that on straight
people's Independent ballots cast where
Diers has not tho backing of tho people's
Independent party, that Diers will be
entitled to have a vote registered for him.
Nciv Oinuhn Corporal Ioiim.
The Omaha Kealty company Is a new
corporation which will do a general real
estate business In Omaha. Tho directors
Df. tho company are Arthur C. Thomp
son, Glen B. PctUt, W. O. Jensen, John
N. Crawford, Norman H. T. 'Jury. The
company Is incorporated for $300,000, di.
vided into shares of $1 each, 350,000 being
M.OQO shares. being common stock with.
Tho Hippo theater company Is another
now umana corporation wnicn win uo a
general motion picturo business, main
taining motion picturo houses and also
buying and selling tho same. Tho com
pany Is incorporated for $10,000 with F.
A. Van Husen and J. I Bartel, as di
rectors. KncuiifN from County Jnll.
llary C. Lindsay, cleric of tho supreme
court, received a letter from tho sheriff of
Scott's Bluff county Btatlng that George
Thrasher, tho man whom the supreme
court denied a now trial recently, hnd
escaped from tho county jail. Thrasher
jwaa convicted of being responsible for
the death of Edith Perry, a 17-year-old
k'lrl, who died from the effects pf a
criminal operation and w'as sentenced to
mu peniienii&ry. xns auuiiiey iuur mi
appeal to tho supremo court, but the
court denied him another trial. The
letter says that Thrasher was visited by
some friends the day he escaped.
Kxtradltlon .papers havo been asked by
the governor of Kansas for Jacob Now
and Orover Welch, wanted for burglary
In that state and supposed to bo In cus
tody In Jefferson county, Nebraska. Tho
men broko Into" a store and took cloth
ing, suit cases, etc., amounting to about
Fire Commissioner Randall has re
turned from Schuyler where ho ad
dressed the school children at 'the high
school. At the close of his address, the
fire drill was. given and the building was
emptied in less than a minute without
confusion. Mr. Itandall Is endeavoring
to impress upon school boards through
out the state the Importance of tho tiro
Zemo Cures Worst Cases and Is a
Wonder for Every Form of
8 kin Afflictions,
Gt th 25-Cent Trial Bottle Today.
The positive oroofi that ZEMO cures
i -ny nnd nil forms of skin afflictions nave
aroused tho entire community
Tho wondorful way In which row. fiery
eczema quickly bcali by the maglo touch
f ZEMO Is tnarveloni.
You tlraply apply It to the afflicted parti,
It doesnt smart. Is not o nasty, greasr
A11ATH fill mtn nil th 11 ri1tra Tfc
does the work and does It In W6T that U
astonishing. The regular prloe oi ZEMO
Ii 11X0 for the large bottle, bat yon can
How set a liberal trial bottle of ZEMO for
Zemo Is sold and guaranteed by drug
gists everywhere and In Omaha by Sher
man aicionneu urug to., cor. win ana
1 odge Sta.. 16th and Harney Harn.y St..
:h andFarnamJ5ts Loyal Pharmacy,
drill as well as precautions agatnst fire.
Following Is a list of the casca which
will be called In the supremo court at
tho next session, beginning Wednesday,
Mitchell agnlnst Omaha Tacking com
pany (Douglas), ik'hrofder against Lodge
No. lss, Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows, (1'halDs), McKee against Chicago.
Burlington & Qulncy Railroad cotnpivny
(Harlan). Wllklns against Water and
Light company of Nebraska City (Otoe),
St. K. Qoetz Urewtng company against
Wain (Gosper), Klser n gainst Chicago.
Burlington & Qulncy Railroad company
(Harlan), The Appol Mercantile company
against Barker (Iancaster).
For hearing Thursday, November 7:
Kissinger against Butler (Knox), Butler
against Seerlst (Knox), Singer Sewing
Machine company against Barger (Cedar),
Wehnes against Uoberts (Adan), Union
mock varus National Dank oi t-oum
loinaha ugulnst Lamb (Douglas), Schmidt
against County of Phelps (Phelps), WlcK-
sirum againBi Hunger uuicaaierj
More Bluff Land
Owners Object to Dike
WAHOO. Neb., Oct. 24 (Special.) A
I petition for a restraining order was filed
'with the clerk of the district court of
Saunders county Saturday afternoon by
llllam J. Magher et al of Morse Bluff
against the County of Saunders, the
County of Dodge, Stupp Bros. Bridge St
Iron Co., Tho National Roofing company,
the State Board of Irrigation, Drainage
and Highway and Donald D. Price, as
state engineer of tho state of Nebraska
asking that they be forever enjoined from
tho construction of a dike from the
north end of tho North Bend hi Idee, now
building, across the north cha.'icl of tho
Platto river to its north bank.
The petitioners ullega that tho con
struction of this dike will throw the
waters of the Platto to tho Saunders
county side of the river and cause an
overflow on their land.
The case will not bo heard until the
December term of court. Tho companies
mentioned above are now cngugod In
building the bridge and tho work Is
under the supervision of tho state en
gineer. NOTES FROM BEATRICE
AND GAGE COUNTY
BEATRICE, Neb., Oct. 27.-(SpecIal.)-
The Plckrell Farmers Elevator company
held Its annual meeting at Plckrell Sat
urday afternoon and elected these officers1
M. W. Terry, president; George Zlmmer
man, vice president; Ed. Baumann, trea
surer; J. R. Wilson, secretary. During
the last year the company has handled
227,000 bushels 'of grain, an Increase of
$1,000 over the previous year. The company
is now erecting a 22,000-bushel capacity
elevator, and expects to occupy It by Dc
Mrs. Sarah M. Buckman, an old rest
tnent of Gage county, died suddenly yes
terday at tho homo oi her son, B. II.
Buckman, In tills city. Beforo coming
to Beatrice she resided near Fllley. She
Is survived by four children.
Mrs. Ell RIdgley,an old resident of Cum
lng county, died at a local hospital Sat
urday, aged 7 years. The remains will
be taken to Cuming county for burial.
BOY ON MOTORCYCLE HIT
BY AN AUTOMOBILE
r LATTSMOT.JT1 1, Neb., Oct. 28.-(Spe-oial.)
Sunday evening while Wayno
Dickenson was tuklng a spin about tho
city In his automobile, Elmer Vroman.
a youth of about 15 years, was riding a
motorcyclo going tho earao direction as
Mr. Dickenson. When the car was al
most at young Vroman's sldu he lost
control of his motorcycle and got In the
,way of Mr. Dickson's car and was
knocked down and the big automobile
passed over his body. Tho car was
stopped and Mr. Dickson went to the
young man's asslstanco expecting to
find him a mangled bit of humanity. On
the contrary he won not injured except
a few minor bruises.
Note from West Point.
WEST POINT, Neb., Oct 28.-(Speclal.)
Marriage licenses have been Issued dur
ing the week to tho following: Otto
Schultz and Miss Minnie Kumm, Lewis
Herman and Miss Ella Merrinm, C. O.
Keller and Miss Laura M. Martin, Harvey
H. Fuller and Miss Anna Hammel and
Hugh McLoughlln and Miss Anna Fill
mer, all of Cuming county.
Tho Buffalo Gun club met at tho fine
farm home of Joseph Pentrowsky on
Sunday and two twenty-flve-blrd-bluo-rock
events were shot for. In the first
event tho high scores were: J. Reich
linger and F. Benner, 23; A. Peatrowsky
and Fred Ruedlger, each 19, and V. Flores
and Nlch Peatrowski. IS. In the second
event A. Peatrowsky and John Jensen
led with 21; Frank Cejda, Karl Kerl, V.
Gallagher and J. Cheyne, each 19; F,
Ruedlger, 18, and J. Radenker, 17.
Major Gantz of the Schlnstock Bros,
racing stablo again demonstrated himself
to bo as fast as the fastest pacers in tho
country. At Dallas, Tex., Monday, Major
won second money In tho 2:01 pace, de
feating BUch grand circuit stars as Ginger,
Sunny Jim and Roy Wilkes.
SI" II l)i.v"rv for Wymore,
WYMORE, Neb., Oct. 28. Free city mall
delivery will be started here November
16, under a recent act of congress which
provides for mall delivery In smaller
towns as an experiment. There will be
two dally deliveries in the residence dls
trlst and three In the business district
Two carriers will be employed, to be ap
pointed by Postmaster Cole. Wymore It
the first town to apply for tho city de
livery of mall under tho recent act.
lln Chunnf Mt Wrniorr,
WYMORE, Oot PS. (Special.) Jacob
Halderman of Tola, Kan., succeeds Flody
High as cashier of tho Farmers & Mer.
chants bank. He has purchased a con.
I trolling Interest. Mr. Halderman comes
. 4V, ,., , .
rom lhe vlclnly ' Pawnee. Neb. He
wa bttnk examiner two years. Of late
he has been Interested In an lea plant
in Iola. Mr. Illch roes tn nm'nh- .
" organized state
Tbe Yellow Jerll.
Jaundice malaria biliousness, v a n )s h
when Dr. King's New Life Pills are taken.
Easy, snfe, guaranteed. SSc Beaton Drug
Th(l Persistent and. Judlcloui. 1U- ,,r
NwsnaDr Advertising U the Road
I DIAZ SENTENCED TO DEATH -
Leader of Revolution and Three As
sociates May Be Executed.
PEOPLE AROUSED IN DEFENSE
Thnuunda In -Mexico City Kapect to
(Jet Mmansr that Itebrl Leader
Is Urnd'nnd Mtuiitlon la
VERA CRUZ. Oct. 27.-Qnerol reltx
Dlai, lender of the recent revolt here
and Major Zerate, Colonel Antonio Mtgon
and Lieutenant Lima, officers under Diaz
in his attempt to overthrow the govern
ment, were today condemned to death by
court-martial. Lieutenant Camacho, Cap
tain Mayen of tho rural guard, and Cap
tain Hormlllo Martinez were sentenced
to ten years' Imprisonment and Gabriel
Ramos, customs collector, and Ilcrpan
Arostcgul, censor of telegrams, were sen
tenced to one year's Imprisonment. Nine
other officers and civilians were allowed
to go free.
The court-martial, which was presided
over by General Davlla, sat In secret
session from o'clock Saturday morning
until 3.15 o'clock Sunday morning. The
sentences caused a sensation. A great
crowd, Including relatives and many
friends of the accused' men, gathered out
side the building, where the .court sat, and
waited tor hours for the findings, not
withstanding a heavy rainstorm.
General Davlla refused to aknowlcdge
the orders of tho district Judge to suspend
the proceedings In the caso of General
Dlax and Major Zerato. General Doltran,
military commander of tho tone, however,
accepted a writ of habeas corpus and
suspended tho executions, leaving the
prlsonors temporarily at the disposition of
the district court.
It Is thought probable that Colonel
Mlgonl and Lieutenant Lima will be shot'
without much more ado. Tho proceedings
of the military court have boen criticised
generally as being very deficient. Publlo
opinion has been strongly against a mili
tary trial for Gcnoral Diax. It Is openly
asserted that the prisoners had an In
adequate dofenso, and no investigations
havo been made so far as to why the
federal troops entered the city with white
flags flying and the greeting, "Long llvo
ICxcMeiiirnt 111 Mexico City.
MEXICO CITY. Oct. 2.-General Felix
Diaz, leader of the revolution recently
Inaugurated In Vera Cruz, and throe of
his confederates have been sentenced o
death by the court-martial before which
they were tried in that city.
At the samo time word of the verdict
against Diaz was received, came a re
port that tho military court had decided
to recognize the order of suspension of
sentence upon the revolutionary leader,
granted by the district court pending
Investigation as to whether the trial of
Diaz should be by military or civil court
Popular apprehension regarding the fate
of Diaz has not been greatly allayed,
however, by this action of tho court,
It would be no surprise to thou
sands here to receive a message an
nouncing the oxecutlon of the rebel gen
eral and his assistants.
Efforts to save their lives, especially
that of Diaz, continue unabated. Promi
nent women, men high in affairs, mem
bers of congress and even high army
officers have appealed to President
Madero for elemoncy, but to all he has
given thc-eanio negative answer.
To a group of women ho Intimated that
to show clemency would be construed by
the world as an Indication of weakness
He cited as an example that when he cap
tured Juarez he pardoned General
Navarro, which action the world attributed
to weakness Instead of to magnanimity,
The popular voice of protest has grown
so strong against the execution of Diaz
that there has arisen between the presl
dent and senate a sharp discord, and as
Individuals the senators havo seriously
discussed the question of Impeachment
because of tho administration's defiance
of that body's Interpellation Friday.
Iliivfiiiin l'lnnliiHT Mill Hnriied.
RAVENNA, Neb., Oct 28.-(8peclul.)
Flro Sunday morning completely de
stroyed the carpenter Bhop and planing
mill owned by Mrkvlcka Bros. Tho fire
started on tho Inside of the building and
Wan discovered at 3 o'clock tn the morn'
lng. Investigation by the police and chief
of the fire department does not reveal
that anyone was about the bulldlr at
the time the fire started. The loss was
about 3,000, with some insurance.
in Delaware River
BBLVIDHRE, N. J Oct 28.-Four
members of an automobile party bound
for Shawnee, Pa., from their homes In
Noble, Pa., were drowned in the Dela
ware river today while being ferried
across from Delaware, N. J. The dead
MRS. LEON II. GILBERT.
MISS REBECCA TYSON.
MRS. H. W. TRUMP.
LEON GILBERT, JR., 7 years old.
There were eight momuers in the party
In two automobiles. They motored up
through New Jersey today, and arriving
at Delaware, drove the machine onto the
flat-bottomed boat used as a ferry at
that point. When the middle of the
stream was reached, the boat was struck
and knocked from Its course by a raft.
WILSON WOULD MUCH LIKE
TO SEE DEMOCRATIC SENATF
I'ltlNCETON, N. X. Oct 28. Governor
Woodrow Wilson would like to see n
a democratic majority In the United
States senate as well as In the house o!
representatives. To further this end ho
Issued a statement tonight calling upon
the voters In the several states where
United States senators are to be chosen
to vote for the democratic legislative
ticket. The statement says:
"I am particularly anxious that the
democrats of those states In which sen
ators are to be chosen should remember
that tho contra! of the government de
pends as much upon the majority In the !
senate as upon the presidency Itself. I
hope that In those states, particularly.
k eclal attention will be concentrated upon
the necessity of obtaining a majority in '
the state legislature. I
The nominee said the states he had In
mind were New Jersey, Colorado, Illinois, I
Idaho, Iowa, Montana, Delaware, West
Virginia, Wyoming and Nevada.
Movement of Oci-an Steamers.
Port. Arrtfi. Sailed.
T, dr Oroiw.
. SS vn uu
P V Wlh.lm
Gather in Omaha
Omnha Is tho mecca for the state poli
ticians at this tlmo nnd large number
are now hero mending their political
fences. Among those In Omaha yostor
day were Chester It. Aldrich, republican
candidate for governor; Ashton C. Shall
enberger, democratic civndldnto for tho
United State senate: W. A. George, re
publican candidate for state treasurer;
W. B. Howard and H. C. Richmond, re
publican and democrntto candidates for
state auditor, nnd J. W. Kelly, demo
cratic candidate for secretary of state.
Council Demands Explanation from
Chief of Police Jenney.
MAKES CHARGES AGAINST ROE
Iter. Hell Will Not Accept Offer to
Come to Ontnlin to Kiikhmtc
In Social Settlement
(From a Stnff Correspondent.)
DES MOINES, Oot. SR. (Special.) Af
fairs In tho poll co department are to re
ceive an airing again, tho council today
adopting n resolution demanding that
Chief of Pollco Jenney appear beforo
that body and explain what he meant In a
published Interview making reflections on
certain members of the council. He was
quoted as saying that a brother of Alder
man Roe Is promoter of u dancing
academy and Intimated that Improper per
sons wcro placed as consors of tho dan
cing schools. Roo has demanded n full
Rev. R. II. P. Bell, who recently
resigned from the pulpit of St. Taiil's,
said today he expected to remain In Dei
Moines the coming winter. Ho said per
sons In Omaha Interested In social settle
ment work had made him an offer, but
ho probably will not accept now, as he
hns something else In prospect.
Ex-Governor Leslie M. Hhaw passed
through hero today and went to Atlantic
for a conference with Judge Arthur with
reference to tho extension of 'tlmo of,
tho completion of purchaso of tho At
lantic & Northern railroad. Governor
Shaw declared to friends hero that his
syndtcato will yet purchaso and rcorganlzo
Causes a Suicide
IOWA CITY, la., Oct. 2S. (Special Tol-
cgram.) Crazed over tho statement by
John M. Parker, mayor of Now Orleans,
In a bull mooso speech to university stu
denta here Saturday night, that Roosevelt
was second only to Lincoln as an Ameri
can president Josoph TorJImu a fnrmor,
committed sulcido early this morning.
His body was found by telcphono work
men suspended from a rafter In a born.
Just preceding his sulcido ho beeiuno In
volved In ii quarrel with otlicrs who at
tended tho meeting over tho truth oi
Parker's statement and sold ho would
hang beforo ho admitted such a thing.
SIOUX CITY ELECTION
OFFICIALS ARE ARRESTED
SIOUX CITY, la., Oct. IS. (Special Tel
egram.) Warrants were Issued today for
Ed H. Woodln and II. Ness, clerks, and
J31 Berendt, C. Mercuro nnd C. J. Mai
loy. Judges of tho special telcphono
niergtr election, charging them with
fraud. It Is alleged ballots wero voted
In tho names of doad men. The merger
won by a big majority In their precinct.
Their arrest caused a big srnsatton.
ROBBERS CARRY AWAY SILK
FROM DEPARTMENT STORE
MASON CITY, la., Oct 28. (Special
TelcKram.)-Tho Union department store
at Lake Mills wn entered ly robbers Inst
night nnd $803 worth oS silk stolon. Tho
police have no clue.
Den Mfllnra l'nstor Ilralscns.
DES MOINES, Oct. 28. Dr. George r.
Maglll, for the last four years pontor of
tho Central Presbyterian church In this
city, tendered his resignation to tho con
gregation yesterday. Ho will assume the
position of associate president and gen
eral secretary at Highland Park college
Iowa Ncrrsi Notes.
CRESTON George W. Needhnm
Grand Blvor, aged 75, nnd Elizabeth iJtnc
of this city, oged CS, wore, married hero,
if.'I'Jl.. .... ,i
M, while on tho way to tho reiriHtriiUon
C an uu?rtn bv iiarry1 Cook Tie
sustained a broken limb.
cnrcsTON Al Hughes, a veteran of
tfeV'tuy SfiW tUhTUim i,aoPm;
here aged 72 years. Ho
was a caninei
maker and at one time
wiuow ana a son living nt i-ori ncou,
Kan., survive him.
Whether you aro an old or new cus
tomer wo always give you the best serv
ice possible. That Ih one reason why we
do such a large amount of business In
our dry cleaning and pressing depart
ment. Bluff City laundry, Dry Cleaning
und Dye Works. 1'hone 28H. Advertise
ment. . i
lb mm POLISH
I (liquid or put;) and your itoro-
per win respect your judg
ment in all things.
Oft model houia
keeDera uh It '
don't har to
cut a lot of el
bow greate Into
E-Z. and It
never smokes or 1
E-Z Is BDnlled
In a minute and!
corora up Mnlnz
that UiUI and
1 mall todar wlO, murtim,t!1
j andaddreMjud we wllltendll
! too. at onto jour flrtt tea.ll
! Simon and onr full nrrmlumU
: imi. r.nrioeeizc in siampe luu
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MARTIN ft MARTIN. Dent. C
MM Carre Art., Chtesfo
TO BUILD 1NTERURBAN SOON
C. W. Baker Announces His Company
is Ready to Start Work.
SAYS BONDS ARE ALL SOLD
Actunl Construction tn Mtnrt In the
hp rln it linker Sn Sioux Clty
lltmlnra Men Are Offer
Inn; n IloniiK.
"Actunl construction work on a system
of Intcrurbun railway lines connecting
Omaha with Norfolk nnd Sioux City Is to
bo started next spring to get passenger
nnd frclRht electrt trolley cars In opera
tion within two years."
This announcement has been made by
C. W. Baker, president of tho Bnk-r
Construction company, promoting com
pany for tho Nebraska Transportation
company and a number of eastern tl
nanoJors who are back of the project.
According to Mr. Baker, the bonds havo
all been sold nnd tho company Is now
ready to begin tho nctunt construction,
but owing to delay In negotiations for
pnssengcr terminals and sites for storage
and power houses In Omaha, which aro
expected to be cleared uwny this winter,
construction will not begin on tho sys
tem radiating from Omnha until spriiiR
subslduary company, tho Nlnbrnra-
Sioux City Railway nnd Power company
Is now building its lines collecting 8lou
City, Hartlngton, Bloomfleld, Center an 1
Niobrara, n distance of li( miles.
Tho system of main lines of tho Ne
braska TrniiBportutloii comiwii? com
prises SSI miles, jho right-of-ways of
which havo recently been completed by
.it n n y Branch I.lnrn.
Tho main lino wll run from Onmlia
through Bennington, Elk City, Fremont,
Ilowells and Stanton to Norfolk. Branch
lines will radiate from Howulls to Clark
son, Leigh and Madison. Tho other main
lino extends through Arlington, Tttta-
bnsta, Craig, Bertha Junction, Wulthlll,
Winnebago, Homer, Dakota City, South
Sioux City to Sioux City.
Thu Nlobrara-Bloux City rond will br.
operated by iower from the Nlobrata
rlvor, wlille the Omaha roads will bo
operated by powor house made electric
ity., SlouxCIt y business men, according
to C. W. linker, havo agreed to pay $50,
000 ns n bonus for the enterprise. Tim
Omalin project ho says, 1m backed by
thrco Omnha businessmen whoso names
ho will not muko public, and tho Ne
braska Transportation company. Tho
projected Is furthered by bonds and no
stocks aro to bo sold. The entorprise Is
backed by with $18,000,000 Mr. Ilnkor says,
the assets of the Nebraska Transpor
tation company coupled with outside
Mr. Baker says he will ask tho Omnhu
Commercial club for assistance In se
curing passenger terminals and ware
"Tho towns which these lines touch
have greatly assisted us," says Mr.
Baker, "but thus far wo havo been un
able to get much encouragement n
Omaha. Tho lines nro uoliur ilirriciL-'i
though, for wo havo tho money to pu tho thousands of endorsements ro
thom through. Tho only troubles w0 , colvod from women who havo used It
havo now aro smal matters such ns tor- Bro a ruaranteo 6f tho bonoflt to be
T, R. Celebrates
His 54th Birthday
OY8TER BAY, N. Y., Oct. 2S.-Ycsterday
wis Theodoro lloosovclt's fifty-fourth
birthday nnd ho celobrated It tiulotly lil
doors with his family. Mrs. lloosovclt,
Miss Ethel, Theodore, Jr.. and his wife
and Quentln sat down ul tho tablo for
tho birthday dinner with tho head of tho
family. ICermlt, Archlo nnd Mrs. Nicholas
Longworth were unable to bo there. In the
afternoon tho Emlen Iloosovclts droppod
In to extend their congratulations and
Oscar Straus, progressive candidate for
govornor of New York, and1 Mrs, Btrnus
came from New York by automobile.
Colonel I'toosovelt .did not lenvo
tho houso today. His walk yesterday
tired him so much that It was thought
best for him to havo a complete rest,
This afternoon Dr. Alexander Iambcrt
and Dr. George 14. Brewer came from
Now York to dress his wound nnd found
thdr patient was continuing to improve.
Birthday telegrams came In nil day
Porslstent Advertising is tho Itoad to
legitimate "Big Business."
Evervone ronl lTt lint' Mi tn AiRtnn fa n 11rw1 itifwt trtti nf Mi fMAafnnnf.
erful nature, the vJru9 of which so
tue circulation that its symptoms are
t cornea a tiny Bore or pimple, then the mouth and throat ul
cerate, elands In the croin swell, the
break out on the body, nnd even
..u. uo iuh, u, u, 0. 10 me K'tuicoi 01 uu uioou jJunucrH, 11 OC3
?to the circulation and by thoroughly cleansing the blood of every parti-
cle of the insidious virus makes a
Blond PniHnii. If
rCoB S. S. S. will cure you because it will purify your blood
K, and enrich its health-proinotfnir corpuscles. S. S. S. is
C2! 5 so absolutely safe and, certnh u its results, that every
tBWBwtw one may curc themselves at home nnd be assured the
cure will be permanent and lasting. S. S. S. is a purely
K.hFlk$JX vegetable remedy, being made entirely of roots, herbs
and barks, and it will certainly cure Specific Blood
Poison in all of its forms and stages. Home Treatment Book nud medical
advice free to all. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC COv,ATLANTA. GA
Bee Want Ads
Have become known as
Renters of Rooms, Houses and Apartments
can be rented quickly to satisfactory tenants
through Bee want ads.
Now is the time to use these result-getters.
. Council Bluffs
No Less Uncertain
With the last worn of tho campaign con
fronting candidates, and presenting prob.
lems that no other campaign ever has de
veloped uncottntnty for national, state
and county tickets Is not lessened. Nor
mally tho county nnd city nro republican,
nnd the poll that has been mndo of nil
of tho forty-four precincts In the county
under direction of tho county ccntrul
republican committee Indicates a repub
lican majority above tho normal. In the
city the returns mndo by tho men em.
ployed to canvass every house and office
nnd ascertain tho political prejudices of J
tho voters havo shown that more thnn
CO per cent of the voters hnvo boen de
clared republicans. In some parts of the
county nnd tn somo of tho city wards
tho percentage of republicans rises to
Many llfc-loug demncrnts havo frankly
avowed their purpose of voting for Taft
Inquiry Indicates that this number Is as
great ns the number of republicans who
may bo driven to vote for Wilson,
In other respects the campaign has
been tho most romnrknblo over conducted
In tho county. Each candidate has been
on a still hunt for votes for himself
livery voter In tho county hns been loaded
down with picture cards presented In per
son or by a friend of tho candidate. The
nblllty of tho candidate to meet tho great
est number of voters nnd make tho most
favorable Impression hns been tho
thought that Inspired tho greatest cnerRy.
This kind of a campaign hns failed to
nrouso much enthusiasm.
We havo the exclusive salo on Cole's
Hot Blast heaters nnd ranges. P. C. Dn
Vol Hani ware Co. Advertisement.
ETory woman's hotirt roapondo tft
the charm and awootness of n baby'a
voice, uocnUBO naturo Intended hor for
motherhood. But oTon tho loving
nnturo of a mother shrinks from tho
ordoal bocauso such a timo la usually
a norlod of suffering and dangor.
Womon who uso Mother's Friend aro
caved much discomfort and sutforIn&.
and thol'r systoraB, being thoroughly
proparod by this groat remedy, are
In n hoalthy condition to meet tho
tlmo with the least possible suffering
and dangor. Mothor'a Frleud la
rocommondod only for tho rollof and
comfort of expectant mothers; It Is In
no Bcnso a remedy for various Ills,
but Its many years of buccobs, and
rl,i trnm !( iinn This romedr
does not accomplish wonderB but aim
ply asBlsta nature to perfect Its work,
lilothor's Frlond allays nausoa, pro-
vents caking of
tho breasts, and 11 531 ffi SSI? S
In every way Z-r T
contributes to ff'llufligff M
motherhood. Mothor's Friend Is jold
at drug stores. Write for our free
book for expectant mothors.
BRADF1ELD REGULATOR CO., AtltaU, Gs.
In til esses of excessive brnln Uc, nrr-
ounnmi. Indigestion, ooldi. crip, corns,
nrer-lndulgencc, or hosdschet Irom any
csuie- or In all conditions ol rln. gout,
nrtirtlsU, scute or chronln rheumatism,
etc., eta. prompt, isle relief Is found la
Tlx wmdrful rl rttwrm nn nttihtr film.
.uUnli, InlatitcTtU ror liaMl trmm. Try ttwml
AeJt Your Drugglet Far
tOe A 28c Vttt-Pocktt.Doft
thoroutrhlv ooisona the cormiselea nf
mauifested over almost the entire
Lair becins to fall out. akin dlseasea
the bones nche with rheumatic pains.
y curative effect on a blood poison 8o
permanent and lasting cure of "Specific
vnn nrr- MiifTrrinr with flilu rllnnnan
Tired Out, Nervous
Tonn Vila Will HrliiR Hack 8 reiiRth '
mill Ambition Almost nt Once.
No time like the present to get well It
you nro run down, with little strength or
ambition, don't put off doing something
about It another day, You owe It to your
family, your friends knd yourself to
throw off this dull, dragging, nervous
Tonn Vila Is what your system needs, i
This great medicine Is now recognized ns'
tho National Tonic and Is endorsed by1
Tonn Vltll will btlllil vnn tin In n ftv-'
weeks' time. Don't bo nervous, depressed, I
half sick a day longer. Get It today. If J
you havo lost flesh weigh yourself after
taking It a week. You wilt bo astonished 1
by the weight you havo gained.
Twna Vila is sold by Hhorman A Me-
Connell Drug Co. Advertisement
Throe More Labor Saving De
vices Just Received in tho
THE EQUIPMENT IS IDEAL
Fifty-Horse-Power Engine Re
quired to Dnvo Plant to
EMPLOYES ARE SCHOOLED
Dresher Uros., tho Cleaners and Dyers.
nt SJU-2213 l-'arnam strre have set out
to heconio peers In their lino nnd It does
seem as though no obstnele will ever bo
allowed to Iniiicdo their progress.
Ni equipment Is too Urge or costly to
I" V.we. If It wilt only servo to increase
the speed or grade or work turned out
nt their plant, and Just now Dreshors
have ndded three more huge devices to
bo used In their prcstlng departments.
Immense mechanical npparntus and lata
patented luHchlnery Is hauled Into tho
Dresher i'tutilshment so often that
neighboring merchants are constantly
saying; "Wonder what those people are
going to liiHlnll next!"
One may gain nu Idea of the magnitude
of tho Dresher clennlng plant when It Is
snld that a KIKTV-HOIlfliaroWlCU en
gine Ih requtrod to keep wheels agoing;
this Is In nddltton to numerous Individual
clectrla motors scattered hero and there.
Tho nctuul operative fnrco at Dresher
Uros,' Clennlng establishment now num
bers olghty-flvo pooplo! nt times oven a
scorn or more of "extras" are engaged;
think of that for a home Industry built
up within tho short space of two years.
Tho dollvory service of Dreshors Is also
Ideal, nnd ot present theso .populur clean
ers run six wngons nnd two iiutos. This
merely to collect nhd deliver work and
does not tnko In tho work left nnd called
for nt Dresher tho Tnllor's store nt 1515
Kiiriinm St., or nt tho Dresher branch In
tho l'ompelnn Iloom of The Urandels
This over actlvo concern also receives
work from over one hundred brunch
agonctrs In surrounding towns and stntes,
and tho express bundles received hero
dally never average less thnn one hun
dred. DreshorB' large out-of-town business
hns been fostered a great doal by their
express chnrgo rohato; Dreshem allow
ing oxprcs charges one way where work
amounts to three dollars or over.
Ono must glvo Drcshers credit for turn
ing out a superb grade of work, clso they
would not bo receiving cleaning Jobs from
Now York. Illinois, Indiana, Kanras, Wy
oming, Montana, Bouth Dakota, Minne
sota ?.nd other states continually.
Those leaving cleaning work at the es
tablishment know full wotl that they are
entrusting their garments to responsible
people. Dreshors have Invested In equip
ment alone over $50,000, to say nothing of
tho buildings owned. Then, too, It Is safer
to havo Dreshors do the work; for work
hero is handled In a perfectly sanitary
tnuiinor, all garments being delivered In
Individual paper bags Instead of boxes
which may have been used before.
Ootid In your winter garments to be
completely cleaned, pressed, dyed, re
tmlrcd or oven altered In style. Your
work will go through special departments;
genuine men tailors will do the tailored
work and repairs; a master will super
vise tho repairing of dainty frocks and
dresses; an Austrian dyer looks over the
coloring, while an export from Dunbury,
Conn., takes care of the cleaning and
blocking of hats.
One has no Idea of the tireless efforts
Drcshers put forth to render perfect work
and service; for Instance, you would llt
llo think that the wagon drivers are
held In convention weekly; an efficiency
meeting, where errors are shown and
vhere new Ideas of Ideal service are
Ho the very next tlmo you have a gar
ment, rug, lace curtain, drapery or any
thing else that needs rejuvenating, reach
for the phone und ask for Tyler 345. This
will put you In touch with Dresners'
prlvatu rtiono oxchaligo at the Immense
Dresher establishment at 2211 and 22IJ
Farnam street, and you may call for the
head of any department to get all the In
formation you need.
Dreshors A1U3 tho live ones and you
must admit It. Advertisement.
'BEST AND HEALTH TO MOTHER AND CHILB:
Mna. Winslow's Sooth i no Braur has bets,
ased foroicr SIXTY YUAKS by MILLIONS ol
nmritlfU4 fnr thfr fMI T 1 no i'tftj
TIJUTHINO. with rCRHHCT SUCCBSa. It
EOOTJIK3 the CHILD, BOKTKN8 the OUM3,
niiuiiaiu l Ain i wunes winuuuc and
olutcly harmless. Be sure and ask for "Mrs.
,T,U ww puu,uiu( oiup, IBB HU bo Oiaaa
L '1 vrcatv-avc cents a bottle.
This Coupon and
good for tbe next
number of AliL the
Tha Ladlti' World,
national irrigation Joarmal
Address, Magaz ne Coupon Df t
Twentieth Century Farmer,
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