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Till: BKK: OMAHA. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1912.
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SNOW IS DRIFTING IN WEST
Banks Several Feet High Reported
from Western Nebraska.
GENERAL STORM PREVAILING
It on i J Have A IJierlcnceil Anr
t'rnnlilr. lint Siicim ' eeprra
llnvr lleen Ilin Icliril to
stormy weithr is reverted Hmmgfcoiu
Nebraska along the Mne T the North
western ami Burlington, particularly alei.g
the f)mh, snd Uiiootn HvIMmhi of the
latter road. Snow and rnn Imkhh falling
t rntnt along Iliw division eatl
at evening, continuing Intermittently
throughout the mailt.
At Alliance tlio -liwiVI'Mt rain wan re
ported, two im-hes having insert reeordd
there Sargent-Knd Columbus both re
ort an Inch uf rain t.''
Snow fell- heavily lii' several patts of
Rcntern Ndbrtsk'. At (Jordon and Hindi-
ll' four' Inrhe wore reported. The
mow t. falling, with an accompanying,
wind, and It li drifting several fret deep I
n Some pUOuS. i
Truths have tm far had mi frdublu from
he drifts,' but mi u precaution Wh roads
have dlnatctid hwmmit to the tfolnts
threaten?)), pesplto the snow mid - wind
tho weatliorithroughoiit.tho entire state
a far from being 'cold, although a big
Jrop In ttmpemture from, thu inuuntalna
ion liccn reported. .
LAUNDRY COMPANY GIVES
The Nonpareil laundry cgtnpany ten-ih-red
n banquet Tutuday evelnn nt tho
IlrtiMlinw hotel to all of Itn male vm
ic.e Th men connected with tlla
iini-rn for evcrul.,yar havo had n
club which meets r,jQ,uently to dlncuaa
polntu In connection with the hutlneiti.
Vli" bancjuet l nn annua) afulr and
I a in y a U'
sur- lt forrc
a tj o rl (1 e n In,
pu b1 lulled rc
cpntly. oi'o wrta
to a young aily
Who had writ
ten m con
r i) r n I hk plm
plert rind black
ball d is that
h o r complex
ion I under
took to glvo
thin young lady
niinio of course.
DR. S. 8. KASTXAX
tion of rr.y ad
vice on this subject bus brought me a
hower of letters from young ladles, I
bad no Idea there wuro to many young
ladles afflicted In thin way. In splto of
all tho advertised roraedlea for pimples,
and lauded prepnrtlons to produce clear
skin and splendid complexion, In nplto of
all tills It twetns there arc a large num
ber n( young ladlcu who aro haggardly
irtixlous ubotit their complexions. I
thought perhaps a short talk from ma on
this Hubjcct tnlBlit bo a good thing.
Of courso I vlll bo sua punted of wish
ing only to pell my medicine and to rec
nmmena.rrruna for iiuch coses. In spite
of this, however, t am boIdb to recom
mend I'stniun for plmplca and blackheads.
Let mo tell you why,
Tho bowels vvfien thoy are heaJUiy con
tnln no prisonous. mXterlaf. Lfinif- tietoro
the poisons can gencrntn the contenta of
tho bowels aro discharged provided they
are In oidlnary activity, Tiut constliui
tlon will duin up tho contenta of tlin
bowcla and rttaln the,m so long that they
decompose .nnd furnish polaonoua guH
.and fltiliK Theso polsonn ivro absorbed
"by the blood vessels In the bowels and
taken Into the system. The result U
pimples . and blackheads and other dis
figurements, of tho complexion. Young
( Jnc 1:5
antee, without any ifs or ands, it is positive proof that
tho purchasers of thoso aro gotting dependable Tianop.
If, after having, one of theso Pianos in your homo for onn
year, you profer any other now Piano that wo soil, you may ox
change, and full credit will be Blvon for tho amount you lmv
paid. Thin will glvo you tho 187.U0 lMnno on trial for ono year.
Wo want you to boo and hear theso Pianos betoro you mako a
Uvo Mason & Hamllu,
Xraaloh & Each, Xrak
auer, Baah ft an, Xim
ball and other leading
Only Durltr sod art
traarantecd by ua nndtr
tnajamcTq oy out twenty years in uutmtaa. you can bey
&nd ua aa order for Kleget'a
Wonorram tttt It (or flaror,
taoetbatai, an4allth oaicu
tiata ol read ukUity use
bait of it and aatlaly yoar
coaTioctd that it I tbt antat
whlakey you cTtr n4. return
the balance at our exptoae
your Bioncr will be rtiunded
J. KtescT & O..
I 1718 Canaaea t-,
t wa- the w-fnbers nf Uii null tviix
dined together last nlajht. Heveral gave
abort iditrmrti W. II. Our), on of
the proprietor. pointed wit to' the men
the adtrantaares to b gained tftruVfth co-
operation anil constant efroft fa jrlvr
a better tenlce to customers.
Father Steals Boy
WhileOut at Play
rol.r.MHt'.-. Neb. Nov. 11 (Hpwlal I
Dr. .1. II. SrMller. proprttr of a' Bmith
Dakota Mhifurlum. came to Cdtattilnia
veMcrrtay and kidnaped IiIk small i-on
.from the irtiblk IhhI Mr. Schiller had
'left her husband threw tiwmths before,
taking the rhlld. and had.enrw to Colutn.
bus to with her parents. Mehlller
went to t'uunrll Muffs with the boy. Uf
telephoned hi" wife to ctitno to Coiuh-II
HllilfM arid she went thin morning. Noth
ing ha bn heard from her
UNION PACIFIC MOTOR CAR
' DRIVER SEVERELY BURNED
IlKATltlcl:. Neb. N"V 12 -'Special
Telegram )- It. . It Jones, In rharge. of
the union J'nejflc motor rar running
between h'e a)id Mneoln. wan nerlounly
hurtled 1 on tlln'handu nnf arma todav
at jlanlon. feb." He wan leanlnp the
nUKneto with KiiHollnts when apnrks Ib
nited the oil In a can near where he wai
workltiR nnd nn ioiilolon followed In
throwInK the burnlnK can from the car
Jonoa wag nevirely burned.
CLARKE MAINTAINS LEAD
f IN SIXTY IOWA COUNTIES
DK-H MOINK8. Nov. 12 -Official re
tuina fiTim dxts of tho ninety-nine ioun
ttei of the rtutt Juive rhatiKcd the un
offlclul return tipon tlif! Kovertiomhtp
' but lltllii Oarkd's plurality to date la
icdlicet fortnlnB vote from tho figures
from the fame-oountleM which' kiivo hltn
a illurnlUy df 2TT3I.
' .' "
lttlli;j enpuc'llilly (tre HUbJccl to coiiKtlpa
tloii. I tlilnk I aholild not Im wldo of tliu
ItUth If 1 Hhould luiy that ono-half of
tlin younK Indie of this colintry auffor
ow I wish to aay thut'Pcrutm 'w'lll
restitute the bowels. Jt will stlmulae
tho oxerotory organs, l'eruna will clear
tho complexion simply bocauae It take
away 'tl) offending ikiIsoiiouh matt-rials
which cause pimple, blotohcs, spots nn
lt wll Pr..,,.)n..u tif 4l,u wnPlu
moles and the like, 1 miiko no apolog,v
and have no hesitation In saying to the
pupllr. that l'enina takeil according to
dlroctlDliH on tho bottle will do more to
wards beautifying tho complexion of our
young ladles than all tho applications
that can be made to tho skin. All tho
fnrlul massage and 'treatments that have.
ever been Invented ,pover will do these
cases so much good as I'erunn, except
some other mcdlelmn which Ik made on
I do not claim tliat I'cruna Is the only
mediLlno that will ltirovent almorntion
of txilsoni from th al bowels'. JlUt I do
claim that It Is oneof tho medicines that)
will do this a tellable one nn old nnd
trusted one one that lias stood the test
of year one that I fuuded by thousand
of people who have tried It
Ho thon, young Indies, If you want
clear skins, frco from pimples, take Pe-
runiL This Is tho advlco of an old, ex
perienced physician who ndmlron young
ladles In a fathurly way, who Is no-
fliinlntnd with scores of them. What I
am tolllnit you In this article 1 have told
tny own family, my own children and
Bramtchlldron many times, and tho nu
merous aciiiitttiituncea with whom I dally
rerun", Munolln ami lncuphi, manu
factured by the Poruna Company,' Co
lumbus, Ohio, Sold at nil drug stores.
BPEOIAi IfOTIOlli Many persons In
iiulro for Tho Old-Time l'eruna. Tin
want the IVrtina that their Fathers and
.Motlu-ts lined to take. Tlio old 1'eruna
Is now culled Kntarno, if your druggist
or dealer does not keen It for sale wrlto
Katarno Company, Columbun, Ohio, nnd
tney win ten you uil niioul it -Adver-tlsoment.
"When wo offor a Piiuio for
$187,50, and rocoinmoud it
to our customers, our recom
mendation nlono should bo
But when wo baok tho
Piano with a 25-year guar
" rijM dxJa
15lit-imn Dotiglnn Street.
Bad aatlified cuatomara far
Old Mauocram Whlakrv thrr
be a tKttcr tcaUmonlal to Ua n.
meiiow naTor ana a&aoiui r-ntitw.
la a ruarintce of nuJ u)Afaa far
the euritv ol Rlfcrr-a Uoumtn i
the Inr food Law while iti ar it
RlEQER'S PURE OLD
8 Ota Bleoer CP
Trlvate stock "
rorc With Each
rMJ' Order it ::
Two sample bottles ot
lUecefs Fine Mono
gram Wbltkey. Gold
tipped Wthlwr Olaai
ana meat uitucrin.
Candidate for Congress in First Dis-1
trict Spent Five Hundred.
LOST ALL BUT TWO COUNTIES
Mntiolri- DcTi'ittrd I'ornier H pen tier of
Iliume li I, (truer Slnjiirlt)' Tluiii
tn- t'nndliliitp liter llnd
In, the IlUtrlel.
(Krrffn a Staff Corfreflpomlent.)
I.INUOUV, Nov. 12.-(8peclal Telegram.),
That I'aui t'lark expendeI Hwl.ol In t
ciirlriK lit defeat for cohKremt was In
dlcwtwJ today when nn px'tme tin
count was formally filed with Secretary
of State Walt. It also shown that JMO
wan contributed to lit campaign fund,
all but IBM having been given by his
friends In this district. Among the hir'
est contributors wsjlt J. II. Hulnpe, man
ager of the Lincoln Traction company,
of which I'orporntloti Mr. Clark 'untlt re-'
cently1 ws nttornoy. ,
That John A. Mncgulrb defeated Mr.
Clark by a larger majority than any
other candidate ever carried the district
Is iteen In the complete returns. Mr.
Macgul.u secured five uountloH and Mr
Clark two. Tho total vote, all helmr
official excepting I'awnco county, glvfei
Clark 15,701 and Macgulrc 17,t(.
Murder of Woman
OKOnORTOWN. Conn.. Nov. 12. -After
three days of Investigation pent largely
In running down various theories, the
authorities tonight wore ; still far from"
aolvlng the. mystery slirronndlng tho'
finding of tho body of nn unidentified
Italian woman covered with stiletto
wounds In n Kind near here last Satur
day. One by one, however, the theorlos have
been eliminated or imrtlnlly so, until
tonight It became evident that there are
hut two tangible suggestions remaining:
That tho woman was murdered In this
town, and that tho Victim was probably
tlie wlfo of h, local Italian, who Is now
A theory that the body wns brought
here from New York In n trunk a few
days ngo was exploded tonight whun tho
pollen traced thtt.trunk to'a locaMthllanJa
house, it was filled with groceries.
May Not-Save Girl
OAKY, Ind., Nov. t2.M!lllly' Hugh's
sacrifice of his life to save- that of Miss
Kthcl Smith when he gave M square
Inchon of lila jikln. io graft on her-burned
flesh, probably will bo In vain. Miss
Smith was proHtratcd with grief when
she heard of tho heroic nowsboy's death
and novcr rallied. Sho, wan taken today
to the Gary hospital critically 111 with
pneumonia, with which sho was seized
following hur rolnpse.
Hugh ,illowcd his leg to bo amputated
to furnish the skin for Miss Smith, who
was badly burned tit a gasolluo explo
sion wlillo riding a motorcycle. . Ilo 'dle'd
from shock after tho operation. Almost
his last words wero nn encouraging tnun
sugo to Miss Smith, whom ho had never
stcn and for whpm ho nuulo tho sacrlflco
pimply tlirnttgli rwullfiK In. tho nowsVajwra
uf her need.
DAWES COUNTY PIONEER
IS DEAD AT CHADR0N
CHADKON, Neb., Nov. ll-(Bpeclul.)-The
funeral of Cnptaln Henry T. Sweet
was held yesterday fror. tho Klrst
Methodist Kptscopnl church of Chadron,
services being In charge of the Masons,
with an nddross by nev, Frodorlclc Grant,
Cuptnln Sweet was bom at Bennington.
VL. March 13, 1KB. Hln father was John
minister, and hf mother
ith of English descent.
itlcy ICxford, both
but American revolutionists.
Captain Sweet enlisted first In tho Soc-
ond Now York Infantry as private, und
later In tho Twelfth Now York cavalry,
mid l.'tt irvn illln II V nilvmin.,,1 it -aiivl,.c I
rendared until at tho closo of tho war he
Ho was married In 1S53 to lletsy A.
Camp, mid they had eight children,
James, Henry. John, Bva Ks telle. WHI
I a 1 1 i , Nancy, l-Vank and I-'rederlck, all
of whom survive. Irftst year, the boiim
had a reunion here with tho grandchil
dren, over forty In all.
Deceased was ono of the first Dawm
county ploneern, coming to Dawes, thru
Sioux, county in 18S4. His wife died In
18S9, und In 1P03 ho married Elizabeth O.
Qrttfcth, another homestead pioneer.
HUNTER PLEADS GUILTY
TO MANSLAUGHTER CHARGE
SIDNBY. la.. Nov. 12.-(WpeclnU-Thc
: trial In district court of James Hunter on
u charge of having murdered his brother,
John Hunter, In a pistol duel if t Ham
burg June II. 1912. came to an abrupt closo
today when the dcfondunt-nleaded guilty
to manslaughter utul was .enteiiceU by
Judge K, II. Woodruff to nu Indeterminate.!
i ttrm of ono to eight years In prison.
' 'lho triui wo begun last Friday and tho
taking of testimony had only fairly begun
when the compromise waH looulied und
fui ther trlnl of the enso rendered umiccco
4ry. The shooting, for whloh ' tho vejf-con-vlcted
man wa respontltile. wnn ono oi
tho inost sensational affairs over ocour
( ring III southwestern luwa. Iloth men
i were well known throughout this section,
where they bad llvd for many year.
It wa cUlnuid at the time of the shoot
ing that John Hunter was Jealous of the
kucci-sh liu brother had nchlcvud In a
worldly way. Jand Hunter will bo
taken to prleon it once.
METHODISTS WILL SPEND
MILLION FOR MISSIONS.
SEW YOUK. Nov. lt-An approprla
tt"it of more than l,OCO,000 for the for-
' eigti mlselonnry work of the Methodist
' KpUcopat church was voted by the gen
eral committee In elon In ltrooklyn
i today. The great um allowed for tho
i ensuing year i l.:ii, of which s).CD0
i Is u be devoted to work In tho mission
field and the remainder used for udtnln
latratlve purpoaoe at home. Including
ISS.CVO for the benedt ot retired mlaslon
ariea. l.ixt year the church spout Jl.lsl-
I OS on foreign missions. Including the
Approximately forty blkliops from allJ
parts oi (no wuria ami a number of lay
delegates are in attendance at' the four
days' bualueas meeting of the gem-rul
. IVraAsleot jlvcrtlfing la the Iload to
CLARK S CAMPAIGN
, 1-lt Ilfturr.s.
CUMMINS AND KENYON TO
1 TRY TO REORGANIZE PARTY
WA8HINOTON. Mov. I -A report cotn-
Ine frem Iowa that Senator Cummlrti"
and Ketivon of that stair and JJovertior
I ladle v of Mlseoarl had nteretl Into K
movement for the reorftHHlmtlen of the
reptthltnan iartjr along progressive iftnjf
was the basis of much comment hero
The only tmigreselve senators In tk
city were Hen&tor Dixon of Montana,
who managed Colonel ltooeVe(t'a eanf
pulgn. ami Senator Works ef OallfartllB.
who refUHeil to silpiKirt either rtoaijeveft
or IHilL fenator Dixon was Inellned
to attach very little importance to, the
movement and (Senator Works to favor It.
"What oan they do In view of tha fact
that wo .oak 4,000,fliX) votes iway from
thj party. ' Senator Dlxoti asked, (le
refuteil to discuss the queatlon of thtt
afflllutlon of progressives In tho sonatl
with either the republicans or the demo
crats, but declared the purpose , of tho
progressive party to oontlmio Its Inde
pendent oourso In the nation atlurge.
Sonator Works warmly endorsed tho
ATLANTA, On., Nov. II. -Indictments
against the f'udahy Packing company,
charging violations of tho federal act
governing tho sale of'oleomargurine, have
icon nollo prrissed. The government and
tho Cudahy company agreed upon a
compromise, It wan announced today.
The Indictment contained 273 counts and
had tho case gone to trial nnd the com
pany been adjudged guilty, the fines
would have aggregated $500,000. The com
promise wa made on a cash busts of Jl.ft'O
nnd the Cudah company paying tha
The Indictments grew nut of tho alleged
discovery that Thomaa Hopkins, n local
dealer, was soiling oleomargarine which
ic colored as butter.
TO OPEN IN MINNEAPOLIS
MINNEAPOLIS, Nov, l.-t'Illnc 40.000
square feet with tho best of tho product
of Minnesota, the Dakotas, Montana.
Idaho, Oregon, Washington and Alaska
too riorthwcRtcrn Products exposition
will bo opened ' tomorrow mrtitug with
"Children s day.
Tho formal oponlng will be hold to
morrow night,, when Governor A. O.
ICberhnrt nnd Iivls l'enwell. Helena.
Mont., president of tho Northwestern De
velopment lcnKue, are umong those ,clied
Ulcd to make addresses. '
WILL OF SHERMAN WRITTEN
OVER TWENTY YEARS AGO
uiiua. is. y Nov, 11!. The will of
Vlco President Sherman was admitted to
probato hero today. The document Is very
short. Is in Mr Sherman'H handwriting
and benrs dato of April S3, 1SS7. After the
usual preamble, ho names as his executor
ins widow, Carrie Bahcock Sherman, and
wills all of his estnta to her. In her Deli.
tlon she doolnrod the estato to be of value
VcJxccdlgAHO.OOO." Tho 'otftKnt of the
cstutb Is 6nly:onj6dtured, but Mr. Sher
man was ci edited with being one of the
wcullhlest men In this locality.
and Wbunds aro henled. Nvlihotit ilnnger
or blood poisoning, by Hucklcn's Arnlcn
Salvo, tho healing wonder. Only 25o. Fir
salo by lleaton Drug Co. Advertisement,
.toveiiient.i of tleeiiu Stennifrn,
'V. ArrlvKl. Sailed.
..It. Waihlmton. rcnstjrlvtnli.
NEW YOllK Chlcteu,.
NEW VOIUC. lt,ndm
NUW YOllK Ducu Ul lemrr..
M3W YOltK Ilunnoi Ayrei. . . .
NAPLKS P. dn 1'Umonte.
NAI'LKS 8nl Antu
a. iu)!ai.ia rrninouni
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HAI,TIMOItR Abyiulula ,
. .. Mlnnewacki..
HUKOKf rawanilra. ..
HAN l'nANCIStXI Nil
h Rousing Appetite
fis i Keen Oeligh
And Whnt Is of Greater Interest
Stttart's Dyspepsia Tnhleta Kn
nlilo tho Stonwicli to Digest
Whatcer Is Eaten.
wo nil llko to eeo the way healthy
children dovoor their nicala. Would we
could do tho same! ICatlng ought to be
n delight. It Is .one of life's chief enjoy
ments. People who cannot relish a good
meal are apt to fall Into thot-e Ill-tempered
moods from which they view the
world as a sorry place to live In. So let
us learn to employ tho best means of
harmonizing oUr existence and thus ex-
I tract from ouc dally grind all the pleas
I "ro there Is to bo had. This we can do
by kiplng our stomachs In prime, no
' tlvo working order.
A majority of people have como to
i know tho blssslngs which an occaslonn)
use of Stuart's- Dyspepsia Tablets con
for upon tho stomach. They are unques
tlonably tho most popular remedy known.
for the reuMm that dyspepsia is the
national dlsaso, und these wonderful
little tablets have long since acquired
national reputation as a thoroughly re- I
liable and efficient cure for ull forms of
dyspepsia and tudlgestlon.
No matter hew gioat tho excess of i
food taken Into the stomach, one or two
of these tablet will digest every particle I
ot It. A package of Stuart's Dyspepsia
Tablets should always be in the house.
Many a person has saved himself from
a serious attack of acute Indigestion
by using them after lTeavy meals, such
as are oaten Christmas, New Year's.
Thankfriing and other holidays and i
After attending banquets, late suppers
heavy fancy dinners, after-theater par
ties, etc.. whore ono has dined sumptu
ously and luxuriantly. Stuart's Dyspep
sla Tablets should Invariably be used, ar
they digest the food perfectly and com
pletely, and prevent all possibility of
dyspepxU. . which, without their use, Is
more than likely to ensile.
Americans are. exceedingly fond of the
good things of lite, and there Is apt to
ho great excess of eating, and the only
way to overcome Its bad effects on the
stomach Is to employ a powerful and ef
ficient digestive suoh as Stuart's Dyspep
si.i Tablets, which always Insure a good
Obtain a box front your druggist
JOHN A. SWANSON,
Or HH FOR
TNS HOUSE OF
HIGH MERIT, "
(Hoih8 FurnitiirB Co. omahal
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Sells Furniture 20 BelowOmaha
Not On Day Out Every Day
-f$&Ji j j i ; ; n L v
See our large line of Body Brussels and.
Wilton Rugs much below Omaha prices.
Low Prices on Good
Stoves and Ranges
Quick Meal Ranges in All Sizes.
We sell 'a good 4-hole Range . . $22.50
6-hole Range $24.50
Set up in your home.
npHE BEE "For Sale, Miscellaneous" column is a
great, silent auctioneer of the newspaper world. You
have but to make known what you have for sale in
this column, and you will be surprised
which some bargain-hunter will swoop
E Hl'hliylr-1-- CLOSED
Oet Our Prices
9x12 Seamless Brussels
Vvv 9x12 Axmihster
Sold on Payments
WM. L. HOtZMNN,
Velvet Rugs. $12
9x12 Seamless Extra
X Velvet Rus . . . $16
at the speed with
down upon you.
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