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TIIH BHE: 0MA11A, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 11)12.
Your Dollar Has More
It's a real economy to
buy boys" clothing here
Wo never illtl mnko nny claim Unit our prims woro lower
Uinn tilsowhoro. Wo do clnlm, howovor, and nro reiuly to
provo tit any time, that for nny given price wo will soil a
garment that lit bo much hotter, bo much in ore nttrnctlvo
looking, no much tnoro serviceable, that It Is n real econ
omy to bring your hoy hero for IUb clothes. Glad to havo
you boo them.
SUITS $2.00 TO $10.00
OVERCOATS $2.50 UP
ASK REQUISITION FOR WROTH
Douglas County Officers Want Man
Held in Council Bluffs.
Weight Buying Pianos
Right Here Than
MOTOR COMPANY IS ORGANIZED
Articles of incorporation Filed for
Firm Which Will Do llnol.
nnu In Omh Chnrch
The final shipment of instruments from our great Eastern Piano Purchase has
arrived. That purchase was a big spot cash capture of high-grado Pianos at 30c on
the dollar that allows us to break all low price records for such quality.
A $350 Guaranteed Piano for $175
THIS SUPREME BARGAIN WON A HOST OP NEW' FRIENDS FOR THE OLD-
ESTABLISHED HOUSE OF
US MANY MORE. EVERY
CHOICE IN THIS GREAT SALE FOR $175. OUR 25-YEAR GUARANTEE
WITH EACH INSTRUMENT.
READ THESE TERMS
No MONEY Down; Thirty Days Free Trial;
Free Stool; Free Scarf; Life Insurance.
THESE PRICES TELL PART OP THE STORY:
$1100 Loland Upright, now
$200 Stock Upright, now
$225 Cump & Co. Upright, now
$225 Columbus Upright, now
$250 llootho Upright, now
$225 Kimball Upright, now
$250 Fischer Upright, now
' $275 Clnylord Upright, now
$275 Estey Upright, now
$300 Mueller Upright, now
In our regular stock you will find tho largest selection of artistic Pianos shown under ono
roof, or In any pluno wnreroom in tho country including tho Stelnway, Weber, Hnrdiunn, Stcgor,
& Sons, Emerson, McPhall and our own Schmollcr Jk Mueller Pianos and Player llanos, sold from
factory to homo. Also tho Aeolian line of Pianola Pliuioa, including Uio Stelnway, Weber, Stuyvos-
lVlionlnnlr QWIr SUwil.ll find Tmi llTtnlll
Of Episcopal Church
Meeting at Lincoln
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 29. (Special.) -The
meeting of the Nebraska branch of tho
woman's auxiliary of tlve Episcopal
church, which Is being held today, opened
ast evening wlU a reception in honor of
the bishop and Mrs. Arthur L. Williams
of Omaha and tho visiting members of
Thd reception was held at tho home of
Sir. and Mrs. C. II. Itudge and tho EUests
wero received by Mr. and Mrs. Hudgo,
tho bishop and Mrs. "Williams, Itev. and
Mrs. 8. Mills Hayes, tho pastor of lloly
Trinity church; Mrs. A. IC Gault of
Omaha, president of the auxiliary, and
Mrs. J. D, Fairchlld of Lincoln, treasurer
of tho auxiliary. Among others present
from out of the city weroMrs. "W. W.
IJarnes, Mrs. Ityon, 'Mrs. Blondell, Miss
Jean Morton, Mrs. P, It. Sim and Mrs.
Wylle Cornutt of Nebraska City; Mrs.
Mulligan, Mrs. Kces, Mrs. Smith. Mrs.
.VMllott. Mrs. FIsk and Miss Edith Bradt
The program opened touay wun mo
penlng service or tne eemi-anmuu sos-i-Ion
with celebration of the holy com
munion Dy ut. nev. Annur u. wuujuim,
av n I ii was iouoweu u y u. uuouiom pwwm
At 12:30 the women of tho local church
crved lunch and at 2:30 tho general ses
sion was transacting business .and ad
dresses wero delivered by Very Itev. J. A.
Tancock and Rt. Rov. Arthur L. Will
iams, bishop of Nebraska,
lleh Adopts Kittens.
WAUSA, Neb., Oct. 29.-(Spectal.)-Mrs.
F. C. Genung has a hen that, being with
out progeny of her own, has adopted a
family of five kittens. It is an interest
ing sight to. see her ratner tnem unacr
her wings and show fight whenever
anyone attempts to interfere with her
charges. Meanwhile the cat mother is
enabled to roam around at will and at
tend suffragette meetings, mothers' clubs,
etc, returning occasionally to feed her
offspring. The hen, however, appears
IIott to Have the Beat Cough
Syrup and Save f2, by
t Making; It at Home.
Cough medicines, as a rule, contain a
largo quantity of plain syrup. If you
tako one pint of granulated sugar, add
Va pint ox warm water uuu stir snout
2 minutes, you have as good syrup as
monev could buv.
If you will then put 2 ounces ol
PIlcx (50 cents' worth! in a pint bottle.
and fill it up with tho Sugar Syrup, you
will have as much cough syrup, as you
could buy ready made for 2-50, It
And you will find it the best cough
eyrup you erer nsed even in whooping
cough. You can feel it take hold usu
all" stops the most eerere cough in 21
hours. It is just laxative enough, hu a
igpud tonio effect, and taste is pleasant.
I Take a teaspoonful every one, two or
I three hours.
It la a splendid remedy, too, for
Ttnooping cough, croup, hoars en us, as th
in a, chest pains, etc.
Pinex is the most raluable ooneentra
ted compound of Norway white pine ex
tract, rich in gualacol and all the heal
ing pine elements. No other prepara
tion will work in this formula.
This recipe for making cough remedy
ivith Finex and Sugar Syrup is novr
used and prized in thousands of homes
in the United States and Canada. I he
llan has often been imitated but omr
monev nromntlr refunded, imm with this
reolpe. Your druggist has Pinexor will
pet it for vou. If not, scndirThe
i'iaex Co, rt, Wayne, Ind,
j Oldest and Most Ilcliable Piano House in tho West Established 1850.
SOHMOLLER & MUELLER.
PIANO WILL BE SOLD AT
$300 Singer Upright, now 8140
$050 Decker Upright, now $145
$350 Chickcrlng & Son Upright, now $150
$350 Davis & Son Upright, now $175
$325 Kurtzinnii Upright, now $185
$350 J. & O. Fischer Upright, nov $105
$400 Steger & Sons Upright, now $215
$425 Emerson Upright, now $205
$000 Knabo Upright, now $320
$750 Stoimvny Upright, now 8355
- 13 Farnam Street
to enjoy her self-Imposed taBk and to
data there has been no protest raised by
cither cat or kittens.
HEASTY'S NAME GES ON
BALLOT AS PROGRESSIVE
FAIRBURY, Neb., Oct. 29. (Special.)
Judge L. M. Pemberton of Beatrice held
a short session of district court in this
city and several important cases occupied
tho attention of the court. The"eult to
prevent the name of John Ileosty from
appearing on the ballot as progressive
candidate for state senator from Thayer
and Jefferson counties was the leading
case on the docket. Former Adjutant
General J. C. Hartlgan filed application
for an injunction, alleging that tho pro
gressive convention held in tho court, room
a few weelts ago was not In conformity
with law; that only thirty-two progres
sive voters constituted the convention,
and that It was necessary to have fifty
legal voters. W. II. Barnes appeared for
the defendant. After listening to the vl
dence, Judge Pemberton refused to (ssuo
the writ asked for. Mr. Heasty was also
nominated at the primary April 13 as re
publican nominee for state senator. The
case attracted considerable attention, as
subpoenas were issued by Mr. Hartlgan
for some thirty Jefferson county repub
licans who participated tn the recent bull
moose convention. The meeting was vir
tually a frost, as no notice was given to
tho voters of Jefferson county. A small
typewritten slip was posted on a tele
graph pole announcing the convention,
and it was almost a secret affair.
CONTRACT LET FOR NEW
COURT HOUSE AT ST. PAUL
ST. PAUL, Neb., Oct. 9.-(SpechU.)
The county commissioners have let the
contract for building the new Howard
county court house to George C. Psha. a j other western states and who still re
contractor of Oollego View, Neb. Tho tains an interest In the factories, was
contract was let for $72.35, which is for
a complete building, including furniture
and fixtures. The new court house will
bo four stories in height and will bo oon-
structed of preyed brick and stone over ,
a steel frame. It will bo built on the
site of the old court house, which will be piani in, una section 01 jeuruimu. or n.u
moved at onco so that the excavating" 1"K a new investment of at least 1W,-
can be finished before the ground freezes.
YORK WILL VOTE ON
YORK. Neb., Oct. S3. (Spectal.)-A pe
tition was filed yesterdaX with the city
clork calling for a special election to vote
on the commission form of government.
The petition was signed by 301 voters.
Tho petition has been In the county
iudce's office for the last two months.
and all who signed went there and called 1
for the petition If they wished to sign it. I
The mayor will issue a proclamation and !
call an election not less than sixty days
from tills date.
OMAHA CLUB AT VARSITY
ENDORSES COACH STIEHM
gram.)-At a meeting this morning the
Omaha club of the State university !
adopted resolutions endorsing the stand
taken by the Omaha alumni relative to .
Nebraska position in the Mlesouil Valley
Suvrs Way Out of Scott' Uluff Jail.
SCOTT'S BLUFF, Oct. 29. (Special.)
George Thrasher, who was convicted of
assisting In a criminal operation, and
who was sentenced to seven years In the
penitentiary, escaped from the county
v- I Some visitors' were admitted or
i permitted to visit with htm for some
time, and it develops that they must
havo given him a hacksaw, tor the Inch
steel bars which were In the windows of
.the corridor, wero severed and Mr.
(Thrasher is gum
IT IS GOING TO BRING
HALF PRICE. YOUR
MEMBERS OF CHARIVARI
PARTY WILL BE ARRESTED
BEATRICE, Neb., Oct 9. (Special.)
A charivari party visited tho homo of
Wllber Martin, south of tho city, last
evening goon after tho marriage of Miss
Mable Martin and Carl MXirdock. and did
considerable damage to the Martin liomo
by breaking out window lights, tearing
away screens, etc One member shot
through a window, the bail barely graz
ing tho llttlo daughter of Mr. Martin.
The matter has been reported to the
offlcors and arrests will probably follow.
Julius Prltchard, charged with assault
ing the llttlo Delaney girl at WVmoro
last Juno; Charles Miller and William
Dershldo, charged with burglary, and
Marlon Van Camp, charged with at
tempted assault at Wymore, wero ar
raigned before Judgo Pemberton yestor
day and pleaded not guilty. They were
lemanried to tne county Jul) In default
of. bond In the sum of $1,000 each.
Carl Clayton Murdock of Hardy, Neb.,
and Miss Mabel Martin wero married
last evening at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wllber Martin,
south of tho city, Rev. V. G. Urown
Mrs. Mary MorrlMm celebrated her ninety-fifth
birthday anniversary last Sunday
at tho homo ot her daughter, Mrs. C. A.
Roff, In West Beatrlco, In the presence
of a largo company of friends. She has
lived to see five generations of children,
and Is probably tho oldest white woman
In the county.
OXNARD AT GRAND ISLAND
TALKS OF NEW SUGAR PLANT
GRAND ISLAND, Neb., Oct. 29. (Spe
cial.) II. T. Oxnard, founder of the beet
sugar business in Nebraska and several
in the city yesterday and was pleased
with the present season's work.
The factory in this city Is one of th
oldest now In operation. Its machinery
is, for tho greater part, of older typo
and the question of abandoning tho
000 has been on the tapis for the last
two years. It Is believed, from the state
ments made by Oxnard, though they
were not definite, that the latter course
will bo taken.
Contract has been let for the building
of the new courthouse at St. Paul, How
ard county, for 3,610, Including plumb
ing, heating, wiring and metal furniture,
and to tho Chrtslensen Furniture com
pany of St. Paul, for the wood furniture,
in the amount of 3,024, making a total
of J72,K6. Tho bond issue was 170,000
and a number of business men of St.
Paul are pledged to tho people of tho
county to meet any expense over the
WAHOO. Neb., Oct. 29.-Speclal.-FVr-
.....1 IK.. XT.. 111. IfuilImM
th x? i' m iiTSU .
I101" ii n Daugherty
w ' Alexander, pastor of tho
The bride U the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Madlgun of Weston, while the
groom Is the cashier of the Farmers' and
Merchants' bank at Weston.
Clara Ieitzel of Chicago, III., and Fred
Waterman of this city were married by
Itev. Charles W. Savide Monday afte:-
icori at 2:30 at the residence of Mrs. J
Giey, JJO North Seventeenth street. Tho
attendants were Albert and Ella Maass.
Hazel M. Justen and Hoy Mathews,
both of Denver. Colo., were married by
Itev Charlts W. Savldge at his residence
f Monday uhig at &
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. .-SpeclaL-County
Attorney James P. English of Douglas
county has petitioned tho governor of Ne
braska Mr a requisition to bo issued for
Carl Wroth, who has ben apprehended
In Council Bluffs. Wroth with throe
other men. named Gustavo Brady, Harry
Johnson and Ira Gray, broko Into tho res
idence of Henry 1 Whalen in Omaha,
and took a watch, several silver spoons
and other silverware, with clothing and a
suitcase, amounting to $1S7. Wroth was
arrested in Council Bluffs and is now in
tho hands ot tho authorities thoro.
Greta's Request Refused,
James Grclg, who was a candidate for
tho dcmocratlo nomination for tho stnto
senato In the Ninth senatorial district,
composed of the counties of Boone, Ante
lope and Nance, and who received tho
nomination ovdf his competitor, Gcorgo
Stalker, ulso received twenty-ono votes as
tho iopullst candidate for Uio samo of
fice. Stalker also received souvo populist
votes, to tho amount of twenty-two.
Stalker has declined tho nomination and
Grolg has written the secretary of Mate
to place his name an tho ballot as the
populist nominee on the grounds that ns
Stulkcr has declined the nomination and
ho received the next highest voto he has
a Hght to. tho nomination. Secretary of
State Walt Is of tho opinion that there
l.i no law covering tho matter that way,
but that In casu of a vacancy, by declina
tion or otherwise, the senatorial commit
tee of the district has the only power to
select a successor, and, therefore, as they
have not dono so, Grelg Is not entitled to
a placo as tho populist nominee.
Motor Company Incorporate.
The Ralston Motor company lias filed
articles of incorporation with tho secre
tary of state. Tho company will do busi
ness In Omaha and is incorporated for
1150,000, $5,000 of which Is preferred stock
and the balance of $145,000 common steak,
all stock to bo paid up when issued. Tho
Incorporators uro H. K. Johnson, H. K.
Btirket and E. O. McGllton.
St. Matthew's Evangelical Lutheran
church has also filed articles ot Incorpora
tion with the socretary of state. Tho
church is located at tho southwest corner
of Nineteenth and Castellar streets In
Omaha. The trustees are O. W. Snyder,
Thomas J. Eayrs, O. Ebborscn, W. R.
Sheppard and Otto Bahnke.
Now that the leaves are falling and
other dangor exists because of accumu
lations of a like nature about buildings,
Fire Commissioner Randall has Issued a
letter to all city, town and vlllago boards
to pay particular attention to clean
Tho York Foundry and Engine com
pany hns established a distributing sta
tion at Omaha and has askod tho railway
commission to allow tho Burlington rull
way to establish a rato of 11 cents sr
100 on carload lots on elevator and milt
machinery between York and Omaha.
Tho commission has granted the request.
Invitations have been sent to President
emeritus Eliot of Harvard college and
Justlco Hughes of tho United States
supreme court to deliver tho annual com
mencement address at tho state uni
versity, but both -have declined, pleading
Wentgute to Leave Lincoln.1
Prof. V. V. Westgate of the stato farm
will go to Washington Btato Agricultural
school at Pullman. The Washington
school iwcms to have a liking for Ne
braska university men, this being tho
fifth who has gone to that BChool from
Nebraska university. Prof. Elton Ful
mor of the chemistry department was tho
first to hear tho call and was followed
later by J. Kent Boaty of the botany de
partment, Prof. Thatcher of the agricul
tural department, Prof. Ashby of tho
agricultural school and Walter Hadlock
of tho chomlstry department.
John 8. Boycc, who took tho masters
degree in the forestry department at tho
state university last spring and who
since that time has boen at the experi
ment station at Flagstaff. Ariz., has been
appointed to the position ot assistant
pathologist in the government forest
service at San Francisco.
F. M. Currte, chairman of the repub
lican stato committee, was a culler at
the state house this afternoon. Mr. Cur
rle said the situation In Nebraska Is get
ting better every day for President Toft
and that few people comprehend how
strong the president is at this time.
Rickert Killed When
Train Strikes, Auto
COIiUMIHJH, Neb., Oct 29.-(Speclal
Telegram.) While crossing tho Union
I'aclflo main line at Richland, the first
station east of, here, today Cart lllckert
was struck by No. 9, tho fast mall, and
Instantly killed. lllckert was driving an
automobile and tho westbound local was
standing at the depot, obscuring his view
of the train. The body was brought to
this city and Coroner Qass took charge
of It, but the coroner of Colfax will hold
lllckert lived about seven miles north
east of this city and his father lives here.
He was about 30 yearn of age and had
been married six months.
pains In tho chest requires quick treat
ment. Take Dr, King's New Discovery
for safe and suro relief. COc. Jl.W. Bea
ton Drug Co. Advertisement.
Glass before Breakfast
tones up the stomach, clears
the head and does you good.
ALL BREAD MUST BE
WRAPPED, SAY WOMEN
Membors of tho Housohold
Economics Department of
Olub Start Campaign.
Moat Inspection and Ago La
bols on Tin Goods to Bo
Hero nro three UiIiikb that tho
mombors of tho hotiBohold economics
dopnrtmont of tho Omnha Women's
club will Investigate in tho vory noitr
future and boo that they nro con
ductod as they should bo:
"All bread offordd for salo must
"Moats Inspected both boforo nnd
nftor slaughtering, nnd that tho In
spection renlly moans something."
"Truo nnd oxpllclt labols on pack
ages and tlu goods telling age."
Tho household economics depart
ment mot this morning In tho club
rooms nnd Dr. Wiley's latest article
on "Food Adultorntlon" was read by
Mrs. Stanfiold and discussed nt
length, with tho result that It was
decided to concentrate tho effort ot
tho members on trying to secure
bread that hud not been exposed to
tho dtiBt and dirt In transportation
from bakery to grocery.
in Sioux City Vote
Those Who Are Dead
HIOUX CITV, la., Oct. SO.-C. Mercure.
Kil Ilerondt; and C. J, Malloy, Judges of
election In tho Second precinct of tin
fifth ward, and ISd Wood In and II. Ness,
clerks of election In tint humid precinct
wero arrested hero today on warrants
sworn out In Justice court.
The charge ngalnut each man Is the
making and permitting of false entries
In their capacities us election officials at
tho special election on the telephone
merger question held a month ngo.
The Investigation which resulted In the
Issuance of tho warrants was brought
about by the heavy majority shown for
the merger in tho precinct In Uostlou,
which cast 187 votes for tho mcrgor and
but forty-two votes agulnst. Tho fact
that thero are but few telephone users In
the ward aroused suspicion. It. II. Bur-
By Mail ?
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WE HEARTILY AGREE
with Mrs. Stnnfleld nnd tho Omaha Women's club, that nil bread
should ho wrnpptul In dust-proof, germ-proof, waxod paper.
All bread must of nocoBslty ho handled several times with tho
hands boforo it ultimately reaches yours, and It 1b, therefore, natural
that tho broad Unit Is not wrapped hecotnos unsanitary and loses
Its moisture nnd nourishing qualities.
If you want absolutely sanitary nnd wholoBomo broad, buy the
brend that's wrappod In waxod paper.
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sundry-. BLUE RIBBON BREAD
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Every loaf of Sundgron'a Idonl
Health Dread or Sundgron's liluo
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If your grocor doesn't handle,
phono Harnoy 2030 and wo will
A. (1. Htinilgrcn,
ton-Rmlth, n local attorney swore out the
A number of affidavits signed by in up
whose nnmes wero used on tho poll books
on tho day of tho election, but who did
not voto, urn now In the hands of tho
county attorney (or uo In tho prosecution
of the officials.
It Is alleged In tho Informations tli(it
diatl men's names woro voted. Tho five
officials gave bond for their appearance
In court later.
President Taf t Is
to Go to New York
WASHINGTON. Oct. 2H. Tresldent
Taft, after a two-day stay In Washing
ton will leave tomorrow for New York
to be present at the launching on Wednes
day of tho Now York tho biggest Amer
ican dreadnaught at tho New York navy
yard. The president, with Hocrotary
Meyer, will board tho dreadnaught on the
ways at tho navy yard about 10:30 o'clock
Wednesday morning and after the
JpoSE-yiues JJlSCUIT (ompany
ttaktrt tfSuntklue Blscuitt
launching, will tako lunch at the yards
Ho vylll visit tho naval "branch ot thri
louug Men's Christian association In
Brooklyn und nt night attend a dinner
of tho navy yard employes at tho Thir
teenth regiment armory, returning tu
Washington oil tho midnight train.
Whllo In Now York tho prosldent will
occupy a uulto In tho Manhattan hotel,
which wan occupied by tho President and
Mrs. McKlnley on their visits to Now
York. Hocrotary Meyer, Major Thomas
I.. Heads, tho president's aldo and physl.
dim, and Assistant Secretary Iludolph
Forster will accompany him on the trip.
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