Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, November 08, 1912, Page 2, Image 2
St TUB BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1912. S S PECIAL OFFERS BY SPECIALISTS IN SMALL WOMEN'S CLOTHE Visiting teachers arc cordially invited to share in the advantages offered in better clothes for women " Normal" sizes and" Small Women's" sizes. SUITS at $25.00 SPECIAL Individuality and good style aro cleverly delineuted in the su perior quality of materials used and the graceful lines of coat and skirt. Handsome navy, brown or wine all wool, plain and two tone di agonal cheviots, navy mannish serges, etc. Many models, soma are "sample" suits; comparo them with offerings ut other stores and you will ngroe they're very special at $20.00. No extra charge for alterations. Bust moasure 32 to 40. that must interest you Offerings this week are us usual in point of value and variety for misses, women nnd "small" women. Plain cheviots lined throughout. Plaid back Zebellnes, Wor ombo Chinchillas, Hrond clotlis, Doucles; coats with now "Scont" collnr. others font tiring the popular "scarf" collar. Any length you desire from 45-Inch to full length models. THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S OWN STORE 'TEACHERS TO START PROBE Ask Board of Education to Uphold Work of Teachers' College. CLARK SEEMS SURE TO LAND 1H COATS $14.75 $19.75 $25.10 1518.20 FARNAM STREET. HHHM tuwMywdMI Itrpuhllcnn Cnnillilnte for Governor of lonii Wins for Office lfolden r.etn Jolt itIIIi Harvester I'cople, TEACHERS GIRDING ON THEIR ARMOR FORFIGHT TODAY (Continued from Iao One.) with a speech of hlii own In which ho nald ho believed the time is comlnir to ilo away with elective educational offl Iclals and havo appolntlvo commlsaloncrri I put In chaw of schools In towns, coun tie and states. "Abolish the office of state superin tendent and have tho Kovernor appoint a commission of education, who In turn would appoint four assistants. Non-rcsl-ilency should not lo a bnr to holding such offices, AVe would want the best men. Wo ought to use tho Initiative, which carried Tuesday, to secure the passage of needed legislation," President Ilouso continued. W should havo county boards of cdu ' cation with power to levy taxes and ordor ' new schols established or old buildings i abandoned Too much time 1ms ben dcvotcl to Im proving tho city schools. In the opinion of Mr. IWus. lfls nw tlmo o work tor a whllo on tho rural schools, Ilo asked for rural high schools' and fund to-sup port such Institutions In a. rcspectablo manner. Prof. Crobtrco declared tho middle west was tho most progressive section of tho country and whllo Nebraska may not nt ways bn In tho lead and may not always Inltlato ncded reforms, her cltlsens neve tell far behind. I'leniU for llettvr L'ouilllloiis. 1 He pleaded for bettor environments anC denounced sumo of tho existing Institu tions of learning for their Inadequacy In hadllng the pupils. Dr. Kllpntrlck explained tho Madam Motilessorl system of education, which allow the greatest latitude of dis cipline, and seeks to obtain un education for tho student by "objective"' teaching. Ho said tho system wns alt right for Italy, but It wouldn't work In this corn try, where several of Its tenets had al ready been tried and discarded. Ho declared the prevailing belief that tho system produced anarchists wan wrong and expressed the opinion that tho Montessorl system wan doing a good work In Italy. Dr. Davenport discussed the danger now menacing tho educational institu tions of tho country. First of all ha named the commercial school and In a lengthy argument attacked It as a slowly encroaching ovll that would ulti mately wipe out tho public school. After a while, ho nald, these supposed "voca tional Institutions" which are Independ ent of the other schools would receive alt the taxes and tho other Institutions would die n, lingering death. A'oontlonal Train In nr. Vocational Institutions, he maintained, must bo under the namo board of educa tion an all tho other schools. Ho de fended the Davis bill, providing for vo cational high schools under the city boards of education. So-called cultural education, he asserted, often did' nothing' for a student and ih (tfortH of tot) would have nerved lis1 good a nurnosA If exoended on the FMf Jsland- er. This "educated Inefficiency'.' ho conf demned In strong language. About u fourth of tho, time In tho schools ought to bo given to vocation raining, but tho establishment of Inde endent trades schools will "degrado our .mcrlran high schools." President House announced tho appoint rtent of tho following commltteo on reso utlons: W. A. Yoder, Douglas county, chairman; 1'. M. Hunter of Lincoln, II. M. Campbol of Columbus, Miss Edith I.uthrop of Clay Center, K. J. Hodwoll of lleatrlcc, Nelson Tout of North Platte, A. U Cavlness of Kalrbury nnd I.ulu Wolford of Pawpee county. BULGARIANS ARE BOASTFUL (Continued from Page One.) Follow Your Common Seriso and it wilt lead you In tho right direc tion. A, person, when sick, Is very apt to grasp at a straw. Unworthy articles are alluringly adyertlscd to cure all manner or Ills and you aro inuJo tho goat for experiment unless you use common sense. Everybody la occasionally or fre quently In the throes of a bilious attack of which all the symptoms arc nuturo's danger signals for you to do something beforb It Is too late. Headache, bad stomach and constipation aro the fore runners of most Intestinal diseases. At tacked In time. In a common sense way. they noon pass over. Study your case and study the remedy. Take something whicn wm errectuaiiy operate, first on your liver, then on your storr.-ach. and lastly on your bowels. Take something which nature has furnished and which ts untouched nor altered by human hand. A natural remedy Is the choice of every doctor. Hunyadl Janos Water is tHelr choice. It In tho most Ideal, sensible and safest Natural Laxatlvo Mlnqral Water and half a tumblerful olt arising acts speedily, sure and gentle Don't rltk dea(niai Get a 2io or 50a tube Bt Kpndoa'i, the orlclatl and venule ti jeiyr. in ii directed ami noie m Duluth Carmen Call Off Strike Dl'IAITH, Minn., Nov. 7.-Issulng a lengthy statement Intended to be a scathing arraignment of. tho Duluth Street Car company, the( striking Car men's union Uos called off the long drawn out strugglo which started on September 9, last, nnd the men or those acceptable and needed by the company- have returned to work. "Tho company docs not need bread to live," says tho statement of the unlqn, "while we and our families do." "t had not known that the strike had been called off," said Manager Warren of the company. "1 had thought that the matter had dlid out." I''lftr-l'lv" Thousand disunities. SOFIA,, Bulgaria, Nov. 7.-In tho flvo days' fighting along tho line 'between IAile-nurgas and Ugnarhlssar tho Bul garians, It was officially announced to day, lost 15,000 men killed and wounded. Tho Turkish casualties, exceodod 40,000. It In offdally announced that the port of Ithodosto. on the Sea of Marmora, and tho city of Visa, southeast of Adrlanople, were occupied by tho Bulgarian troops on November C. Willi! the AUIrs Want. I'AIIIH, Nov. 7. -The Balkan allies will oak for tho partition of European Turkey, leaving the fate of Constantinople to the decision of the European powers, accord ing to Premier Pachllch of Hervla in an iritorvlow today with tho correspondent of tho Temps In Belgrade. Tho Servian statesman continued: "Scrvia wants the ports of St. Giovanni, Dt Medua, Alcsslo and Duraxzo on the Adriatic sea, which tho Servian empire possessed In tho middle ages, and which It was territorial related to tho rest of Uurooci" r, . . , Hervla, Pnt-hltcli said, has not received iany proposal from Auitfrlairhut assuming that fj$r)i horff "no territorial designs, Hervla (s qulto willing to favor economlo and cummurclal expansion for Austria. The premier concluded by suytnK that tho Balkan allies desired Turkey to treat directly with them concerning peace and not through tho powors. Turkish Gnrrlaon Abandon Nwlonlkl. LONDON, Nov. 7.-The Turkish gnrrlson has been withdrawn from Sulonlkl after destroying a number of bridges forming tho approaches to the city, according to a news agency aispntcu irom Atnens. COLOQNK, Germany. Nov. 7. Tho Turks nro reported to havo been de cisively beaten by tho Bulgarians and driven In disorder from their positions at mo 'icnaiaija ions in irom or uonsian- tlnoplo according to a dispatch from Sofia, Tho fighting" was very severe and lasted two days. Americans Arc Mnfr. BOSTON, Mass.. Nov. 7. The prob- ability of nil early cessation of hostlll- ties between Turkey and the Balkan states was Indicated In -a cablegram ru- eelved' by 'the' American board of Com missioners for foreign missions today from V. W. I'ect. the board's treasurer at 'Constantinople. Tho cablegram fol lows: 'Early cessation hostilities probable. Safety assured. Who Is elected?" Tho board officials Interpret the mos-' sago as Indlcntlng that none 'of tho mis sionaries In the Turkish empire has been Injured. (From a Staff Correspondent) DISS MOINES, la.. Nov. ".-(Special Telegram.) The controversy started by the State Board of Kducatlon over changes nt the state colleges will go to the legislature for final determination, according to the plans made today. A large delegation of teachers from the State Teachers' college established head quarters hern In connection with the State Teachers' association today and will en deavor to Induce the association to take a hand against tho changes and In sup port of the collegiate work at the Stato Teachers' college. At the same time at a meeting of the Board of Education at Iowa City ono member of the board, Ilogcr dcavltt, read a remonstrance from tho business Interests of Cedar Falls against the change. A strong Investiga tion committee will bo named by tho teachers to oppose the changes suggested. L'lurkr Seem Certain. All those who have been figuring1 on the election returns In Iowa reached sub stantial agreement tonight that Clark, republican, Is elected by about 3,000. 'iiie democratic chairman Is still claiming Dunn's election. Reports have been re ceived from every county and there can be no doubt of tho statement of the republicans. Ask for Last Wilt. In district court Mrs. aneJ Ballard and her son were give nperemptory orders to produce In court tho last will of Jane Munger, Mrs. Ballard's rnothcr. This Is tho result of a controversy In which It Is claimed that the will already produced was not the last one. An estate of $3X,- 000 Is Involved. lfolden to Han-rater People. Prof. P.Q. Holden, formerly connected with the state college and defeated In tho election for governor, Is said to be about to accept an Important position with the International Harvester com pany .as Its special , commissioner lor the development of agriculture In the west. DOUGLAS COUNTY CONFIRMS RESULT i (Continued from Page One.) Butler 1,307 .m Boone 1,405 1,(80 Brown, 10 70S 7 Blaine. 1 of 8 St 73 Cedur 1,010 l.GH WISS 1,81(1 2,323 Chose ,. 403 332 Cheyenno 001 379 Cuming. 6 of Zl... 2Zt 3S1 Custer 2,1(1 1.8G0 (.'lay, l ot W 163 13i Colfax. 1 of U 34 40 Clay, 1 ot SO 91 172 Dawes SuC 640 Dawson, 1 of !.... 183 let Dundy .., 39!) 3.7) Deuel 312 1M Dodge. 20 ,1.998 2,331 Douglas, 03. Il.tMS 14.SK Frsnkiin l.otw 1,245 Furnas 1,122 Gage , ivi 3.CKC Grant .v no Greoley, 1 of 16.... 28 Hiill ,.. 1,785 Harlan ,t ' 875 Ifoward, 1 of It.... 71 Jefferson 1,671 Johnson. IS ,. 1,002 Kearney. 14 of 16.. SS0 Keith 387 1.482 1.796 C42 it 1,390 2,218 &44 473 195 3,17 178 47 164 872 244 525 !4S 2,033 2,031 1,086 33 1.633 1.063 179 411 617 1.7K9 71 S3 06 674 89 251 134 2.003 Receivers Named For Three Big Firms iMDtaeUI rnolL tT rymotlDff ifce germs of mum ID II Koodoo's LriDso Imuot rclitt 2mN mrabrto. It botllBg Ins row plot. Sold b Burl OTtrj draw ut IUm)ilo lUEBrrom KONOON Mr a. CO JoorJOo ladtrcnule I oailiioioibo fH IiuudI rtlut -fcj toolhuig jSK bi tno row . ow ut tumplo MlaaooeoSo. MUa. W JCeya Paha .' 41A lumtiall lrJ Knox, t of 32l 110 Iancaster ......... 6,2irt Lincoln, 3 of 44.... 64 Logan 1G4 Madison 1,764 Merrick 1.169 Nance 1,062 Nemaha 1,225 Nuckolls. 2 ot 19... 44 Otoo 1,733 Platte 1,331 PhelDS 99$ Hock 600 Bed Willow, .22of23 966 Sarpy 650 HIOUX, 1 OE'IV iW Hherldan, 1 of 19.. 8 , trcti , 1,749 3,162 , MM . 931 . 1,355 , 1,393 1.181 York 1.802 Keep th: Complexion Beautiful iJumuiN, jnov. Keccl vers wero ap pointed today for the stores controlled by William B. Butler ft Co., the Oil Christ company and- Bverybody's Store company. It Is estimated that the lia bilities of the three concerns nmount to t,K.O0O. William 13. Butler, "treasurer of tho three companies, committed suicide by shooting last night. s . liCXKM 1 i nisn I II) to :tu DAYS, The Paris Medicine Co., 2024 Pino street, Kt Louis, Mo , manufacturers ot Laxa tive Bromo quinine, havo a new and won iViful discovery. OhOVR'S 8A-NARB Cl'Tia. which they guarantee to cure uny case of KCZKMA, no matter of how NEVADA BRNO. New. Nov. 7 Partial returns from 170 out of 261 precincts In Nevada show that Makgov '(rep.) has a lad of KM votes for t'nlted States senator over Pittmun (drm.). Ills home county of Wanhoo gave him a plurality of 7S2. Pitt man lt-d by u good margin last night. Hherman Saline Saunders ... Thurston ... Valley Webster .... Washington Wayne, 17. 1,303 3,128 US 35 2,404 1.Q17 83 1,669 1,236 772 359 2S1 117 109 6,984 70 124 2.037 r.ioi m 1,710 46 2,247 2,123 1,807 301 1,023 1.085 44 13 2,349 2,313 900 .472 1,2)0 l.SU 78 2,046 9,412. 17,941 i'6ej 3,060 111 , 94 ' 1,903 1.236 40 1.662 1.163 1.037 369 431 261 90 7,564 94 07 1,749 1,26$ i,687 46 1,870 1.623 1,687 4G6 1,166 761 30 13 876 1,816 2,374 718 1,209 1.612 1,263 1.041 2.471 LOBECK IN PINCH BEFORE l' Split Hairi Ten Years Ago with Henry S. McDonald for Office. LOSES AFTER MONTHS' CONTESTS Congressman's BtrnRBlr irlth Ilnld- rlgr In Aot Ills First Close Share, as Ullmpse Into Hlstorr Shorn. Congressman C. O. Lobcck, who Is split ting hairs with Howard It. Baldrlge over the former's Job In Washington, had as closo a rub for county commissioner ten years ago this month when he was beaten by the "skin of his teeth" by Henry 8. McDonald, who, It so happens, wins for ths same office this year by a scant mar gin. Lobeck was the democratic nominee In 1902 and McDonald the republican. On the face of the returns it was Impossible to decide the winner and an official count left It still so, each having 2,611 votes. Then, as the rival candidates were about to draw straws for the offl'cn, the case went to the district court, where Judge Estelle discovered an extra ballot be longing to McDonald, making his total 2,612, agalnBt 2,611 for Lobeck. Upon this showing juage Rstelle de clared McDonald elected, and County Clerk Drexel, democrat, announced he would Issue to him the requisite certifi cate ot election tho next morning. This did not satisfy Lobeck, however, and through his counsel, L. J. Plattl, he an nounced his Intention ot demanding a complete count of the votes In open court, protesting McDonald's election to the last. He said that if this count was not fin ished by January 7. tho day the commis sioner went Into office, he would seo that McDonald did not take his seat. The count was instituted and proceeded with Lobeck claiming five majority In each of tho seven precincts ot the JXltth commissioner district. But on January 7, the count was closed with a net majority for McDonald ot four, each candidate having lost a few votes by the process. 2.763 . .7 163 2.018 665 i20 1.6M 1,936 . 6(5 318 180 72 119 C.44S 60 U 1.7C3 966 1, m 38 2. ISO 2,228 G43 I 1 78J 1,061 45 7 G66 2.217 2,268 . 677 703 1.6 1,241 917 1.431 Bad Condition of Eoadwayis Blamed for Illinois Wreck WASHINGTON, D. O., Nov. 7.-"Bad conditions of the roadway" of tho main line of the Cincinnati, Hamilton & Day ton railroad near Antloch, 111. i was as signed as the cause ot a derailment on August 25, which killed one passenger and' Injured twonty-flvo others In the Interstate Commerce commission's re port on the accident Issued today. The report charged that the roadway" was not sufficiently well maintained to en able the operation of train "to be car ried on in safety" and that "the ex tremely bad track caused the tender to rock so that the forward tender trucks mounted the rail and then dropped off. "There were many places," the leport added, "where the track would sag from one to two Inches under a train's weight, causing the equipment to rock dangerously. "Other places were found where the spikes were pushed oyert worn places on the ties Indicating that the rails were pushing out of gauge as much as one and one-half inches under the,, weight of passing trains,". new Mexico" ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., Nov. 6. With practically complete returns from .Tuesday's election la New Mexico, Wil son appears to have carried the state by a plurality ot 3,000. II. B, Fergusson, (dem.), Was re-elected to congress by 4,000. The 8600,000 stato bond Issue for good roads carried by 6,000 and the amendment to the constitution 'repealing the language qualification, clause was defeated by 3,600. The estimated total vote In the state for the three presidential candidates was: Wilson, 16.100; Taft, 11,260; Boose vctt. 7,800. REPUTATION (NOT LOCATION) DIAMONDS Is one of the reasons we havo remained In the same store Toom for the past 22 years. Low selling; expense knowledge of them ability to buy for cash giving better values than oth ers were factors In gaining the "Reputation" and absolute fairness in all dealings has been the cauBe ot retaining and Increasing it. Value, Quality, Security is what every Diamond purchaser receives. Our stock is always complete but right no it Is at Its height and contains some exceptional values. V.v cordially Invite Inspection and certainly will appreciate the privilege of talking diamonds to you. Setting and resetting of diamonds dene in ear own shop 15 -8r DODGE President Issues His Thanksgiving Day Proclamation WASHINGTON, Nov. 7.-Pretdent Taf t today Issued a proclamation setting nsldo November 2S as Thanksgiving day. Tho proclamation folbWH: "By the Dresldent of these United Stntex. A proclamation: A God-fearing nation, like ours, iwch It to its Inborn and sincere sense of mortl duty to testify Its devout gratitude to the All-OUvr for the countless benefits it has enjoyed. For many years It has bcyn dstomary ut the close of the year for the tmtloral executive to coll upon his fellow country- ment to oner praise -md tnntiKs to iiiu for tho manifold diimIiiri vouchsafed to them In the past and to unite in earnest suppllance for their continuance. , "The year now drawing to a close ha3 been notably favorable to our fortunate land. At peace within and without, free from the perturbation and calamities that have afflicted other peoples, rich In harvest so abundant and industries so productive that the overflow of our prosperity had advantaged tho whole world, strong In tho steadfast conser. vatlon of the heritage of self-government bequeathed to us by tho wlndoTi of out fathers, and firm In -noi resalvo to trans mit that heritage, unlmpared but rather Improved by good use, to our children and' our children's children for all time to come, the people of this country have abounding cause for contended lynO tude. "Wherefore I. William Howard Taft, president ot these United States of Amer irA In pursuance of long-establlBhed usage and In response to the wish ot the Ameri can people. Invito my countrymen, whore soever they may sojourn, to Join, on .Thursday, tho twenty-eighth day of this month of November, In appropriate ascription of pralso and thanks to Ood for the good gifts that have been our portion and In humble prayer that His great mercies tAurd us may endure. "In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my. hand and caused the seal -of these United States to be affixed. "Done at the City ot Washington this seventh day of November, In the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and twelve and of the Independence of the United States of America the one hundred and thirty-seventh. "WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT. "By the president:' VAlleyy-A. Dee, Acting Secretary of State.'" TkT j- 7-j long standing, in to to 30 days, and will lyClufflC VCIC6 -lOWUCr refund money If It falls. OltOVK'S BA- (ft CrcM Bant Oafe) Produces a soft, velvety appearance so much ad mired, and remains until Muhcd off. Purified ly a new proceu. Will no clog the poret. Harmlnt. Prevents sunburn an return of discoloratk-ai. miiTC rttcsti. tlHK. BRUNETTE. By toilet counters or mail, 50c. hUnty bath if tut tntirtly pleaitJ NATIONAL TOILET COUMNr. JWU, Xtaut WU it Slur a il UeCo&oU Drug C.. Owt Ut C Lfijal rlunutf, Umu4 runun, cUan. BstHlsBlswMsm.f.ll BBlI-JBHSsffWBSIaBM NABB CUTIS Is perfectly clean and does not stain. If your 'druggist hasn't It, send us 60c In postage stamps and if will be sent by mall. Advertisement. Ilabjr ' ntr! ta Killed. SHENANDOAH, la.. Nov. 7.-(8pedal Telegram.) Mildred, the baby daughter of Kd Bhoades, u wealthy farmer near Sluinandoah, fell off a wagon at noon today and her head was crushed by the wheels. She died In ten minutes. The children were playing about the wagun unknown to their parents. Ilratb from lllootl l'oltutn was prevented by Q. W. Cloyd, Plunk, Mo . who healed his dangerous wound with Bucklcn's Arnica Salve. Only 25c For sale by Beaton Drug Co. Adver. tlsiment. I'liUavruys Bent Can, The IMIIawuys beat the Cuss school foot ball team, IK to 0, at Twenty-first ana urace streets. To Efface Age-Marks from Skin and Hair Any woman can easily get rid of a sal low, coarse appearance of the skin and make herself arPear several years younger by using a lotion made from 4 ounces of spurmax, 2 teaspoonfuls of glycerine and a halt-pint of witch hajel (or hot water). This lotion will give an oily, shiny skin u pink, youthful appearance. It does not shqw like face powder, but lasts longer and !a splendid for cold sores, pimples and freckles and other complexion upsets. Spurmax can be bought at any drug store uiiu prepared i nume at a small cosi. j After it is once tried It Is liked so well ' that It Is always used In place of face podwer its It Is better and has proven to be a wonderful whltener and skin- beautlfler. Everyone admire a beautiful head ot hair and It Is easy to have It If the hair ts properly cared for. Try Shampooing the hair once even' two or three weeks with a teaspoonful of canthrox dissolved In a cupful of hot water. It lathers abun dantly, cleans the scalp thoroughly, stops all irritation and makes the finest kind ot shampoo. Soap Is dangerous to use on the scalp, as the "free" alkali In It kills the hair. Canthrox makes the hair soft and glossy, dries quickly and Is now be ing used very extensively by Ute best class of hairdressers. When prepared at home, canthrox shampoo Is decidedly in expensive. Alt dnuntfsts handle can throx, Advertisement Ml precincts. ....71.2W M.605 71,704 71,b77 Two precincts missing. ; Mate Ticket llcpubllrnn. The state ticket Is safely republican, which was Indicated early. In the day by the rather decisive, vole in Douglas county, which will be more, than roflected In state returns as they arrive in detail. There has been a hard fight against Tay lor, republican candidate tot" railway com missioner, .by llarjnan, onco before de feated for' the position, but' this docs not appear sufficiently strong to affect the result. Howard, republican candidate for stftto auditor, has also been tho subject or an especial attaett, but to a less degree, and Indications point to the election of all republican candidates. " Idaho BOISE, Idaho, Nov. 7. The only doubt as to Idaho election results Is on pres- Idcntlet electors, the dcmo.erata still III' slstlng that Wilson has a chance. Uov. ernor Hawley has conceded the election of John M. Haines, republican, for uov- ernor. HYMENEAL ltalcrr-ttrpa. Mr. Webster Baker and Miss Mary Bep were united In marriage Wednes day evening by nev. C. N. pawson, pas tor ofDlets Memorial Methodist church, at the home ot the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrsddohn Be pa, Fourth and Pine streets. They will reside at 12H South Fifth street. XelsouOfou. MADISON. Neb.. Nov. 7,-(8peclal.) Mr. Olle Nelson and Miss Emm O. Hon, Newman Orove, were married this after noon at the county Judge's office. Judge McDuftee officiated. WYOMING CHEYENNE. Wyo., Nov. 7. Seven counties unheard tor president leave Wyo ming In doubt as. to whether Wilson or Taft will get the electoral vote. Figures are coming In very' rlow and no counties have been completed on. tha head ot tho ticket. Chafln Carries Callforntu Town. WHITTIER. Cal.. Nov. 7. Thin olv lays claim to having, polled the largest proportionate vote In the country for Chafln. the prohibition candidate fnr president. He received 452 votes, or 32 more than were given Tafu Jj4ds and Wilson combined, llnosevelt received 850. Coursing at Friend Proves Great Sport FBIEND, Neb., Nov. 7.-(Speclal Tele gram.) Today's coursing was even bet ter than yesterday. The second and third rounds of tho Futurity wero run. The crowd was large and enthusiastic. Tomorrow tho Futurity will bo fin ished and the first round ot the Thomas Byrne challenge cup will bo run. Fol lowing are the- results of today's races: Second Bound Liberal Jew beat Forest FJower. Dixie Kid beat Helen Parton, Lady Greentaw beat El tor a. Lady Earl Ing beat F. Gotch's Fortune. Suffra gette beat Unlonquerable. Hurricane beat Queen Surprise, Society Whirl beat Bob Surprise, Blpplette beat Lady Conch, Baffle's beat Questor, Freckles beat Best Yet. Lord St. Noversettle beat Mister Earllng. Third Bound Liberal Jew beat Dixie Kid, Lady Greentaw beat Lady Earllng, Suffragetto beat Hurricane, Blpplette beat Society Whirl. Baffles beat Lord St. Nevcrsettle, Freckles beat Qualifier. MONTANA. HELENA, Mont, Nov. 7.-Wlth addi tional returns In Montana today Hoose velt continued to gain over Taft, but the lead of the democrats for president, sen- "What food so delectable as a disk or Fauat Spaghetti? Its savory aroma tempts appetite and helps digesteoa It feeds the body well. AT YOUR GROCER'S in sealed packages Sc and ,10c MAULL BROS.. St. Louit. Mo. DEATH RECORD . Charles K, Younai. TECUMSEH. Neb., Nov. 7.-(Speclal.)- Charles E. Young-, ion of Mr. and Mrs. J. U Young, died at his home ono .mile west of Tecumsch, at6:40 o'clock Jast evening. Mr. Young hod been sick slnco July with diabetes. Tho funeral was held at the Tecumseh Methodist Epis copal church this afternoon. The Persistent .and Judicious Use ot Newspaper Advertising Is the Boad to Business Success, ntor, governor and congressmen was tin-disturbed. TEXAS DALLAS;' Tex., Nov. 6. With one-third of the Texas vote reported at 1 o'clock this morning Wilson has 72,401 votes; Boosevelt Is second with 7,413 and Taft third with 7,334. It Is not anticipated that later returns will alter this ratio materially. Persistent Advertising Is tho Big Beturns. Boad to E-Z Stove Polish (Liquid or Paste) "The Friend off the Model Housekeeper" E-Z doesn't require a lot of elbow grease. It'a cleanly, too, and puts on a. jct-Ilko. shine in a minuto that lasts a season. Demand it of your dealer and get this beautiful Sliver ware (extra heavy plate.) Clip the FREE Coupon Below and m wfll Mnd your tint tea spoon and foil premium list by return mail. Martin S Martio, Dept. C; 300S Cam Ays Gfctaoo Stnd m J oar prtmlam lilt mad cn ot th arbvtat U- 5 ipooDi (full U) Im I aeloM 12a la itMspa id pr tU,, pMilafc tto. i AUrm:. Cv.. BUxU.. (4) AMUSHaiEiVrs. t ill ir mmm ihwikiw m 'lONIOUT AH!. WEEK ABORN ENGLISH GRAND OPERA CO. TONIGHT LUCIA rrlday xoHStTOBJN Sat. Mat HAHBEL ft ORBTEZj Sat Klffht THOVATOKE Prlcss 60o, 75c, 91.00 and 91,50, rOUS HIQHT3, CO&niEHOIHO Next Sunday DeWolf Hooper Blanche Snfflela, Eag-ene Cowlss, (Ho, Macrarlane, Xate Condon, Ar thur AldrlOffe, Viola Gillette, Arthur Cunningham and Louise Barthel In a ilovival restlval of GILBERT & SULLIVAN'S areatcst Operas. Sun. and Wed. If 1 flit THE MIKADO Monday "The Pirates of Penzance.'1 Tuesday PATIENCE Wed. 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On Bouglas Street, at 18th. aCTTOKB VAUDEVILLE Include Great 5 Nlchols-Nelpon Trqupa: Turcse Miller; Those 3 fel lows; Mile, Lewis; Ponte Jfc Christopher; Ulpposcope Pictures, os, Ton uju, CLIMBING SCHOOL TEACHERS Continuous a to 6. at 7 and a p. m. Pally! BRANDEIS THEATER TONIGHT AND SATUXDAV. SATUJtDAT MATZHEB. t OKABXES ntOKsTsW Presents DONALD hSUlAM In the Best of All Musical Flays, "THE SilFfcEIV" Brilliant, Original Company. JULIA SAXDERSOH, WILL WEST ETHXX OADKAW and Brothers. Phoney 'Doue..4D4. l?,r7 "''j?115: Ever, Nlgat, 8ll? Th irt-UU, W t. yjtias. 'Those. French Uiuas. Armstrons fcfflsrk, L Vlee. Pain.-, Weekly terleir .of tha Worlft E Teats, Prices UtUnaa, Oallery. 10c. best Hill, 2Sc escepl Ealurtu and Sunday. Kista. 10c, licT UTdIIb TueiiTPnli MATIN11H TODAY 2J0 NIQIIT 8:30 BEST SEATS Wo ROSEBUDS Trlflay Bight COT7XT8.Y STOKE Laalsa Bally aims Matinee.