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Tim OMAHA SUNDAY BEE: JULY 13, 1913.
COMMISSION TO TEST POWER
Kay Compel Eailroad to Operate
1 a - . i e-.
Aiauij uver -onouicr June.
CLASS FREIGHT RATES LOWERED
ITeu Ifebrk Clvlt Knfftneera Applr
tor Jobs In Making Physical
I Valuation of Country's
(From a Btoff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, July li-Specla.)-The
right of the railway commission to corn,
pel one railroad of the state to operate
trains over another company's lines may
'bo brought up In thla atate, according to
"word given out at the railway commls-
alon offices today. It haa been suggested
by southeast Nebraska resldenta that tht
Missouri Paclfio should operate a-morn-;
log train each day between Talmage and
'. Hickman on-Us own lines and between
' 'Hickman and Lincoln over the Burling
Ion. A. return train In the evening la
likewise suggested as a completion of the
The question has never arisen In the
- w.n.w vw W A IIU VUtMUU.WlHiU a UOIiga
.off hand that they have the poweer to
, toko such a step and that the courts
: jyould uphold them in so doing. The
matter may be token up by the, commls.
ol oners without waiting for a complaint
Mo be filed.
.ft ) "iTrlaht Rntea Lorrercd.
'J'-V treneral lowering of class freight
Wrates "-on a ecore dr more of articles
' in this state haa Just been effected by
the State Railway . commission through
rthe authorisation of a new claslflcatlon
schedule. Cedar fence posts have been
K reduced from third to fourth class freight,
davenports and sofa beds have been
'lven a distinctive classification and
brldgo building and contractors' outfits
aro to be shipped after August 1 at
third class loaded car load rates. Be
ore, the latter were rateede according to
?-tho various kinds of tools and equip.
'"ment that was Included In the ship
ments. ' ' , ' k
Bridge piers of No. 7 gauge or over are
v atuitrc.4 iuui.h vmoa rata 111 ill c
( buture. Bridge piers of smallere alio are
to take reend class ratings. In the past
piers of No. 16 guage and over were
shipped at cepond .cloos rates.
"Vacuum cleaners which formjrly took
stralghtmachlnery ratings are to have
separate classifications which will allow
first and class rates-or one and a half
times first class rates. Shelled peanuts
In bags wll take first class rates ln
stead of double as In the post. In. bar
rels and boxes the rate on peanuts "will
be second class. Paper drinking cuds
which threaten to come Into wide use as
soon as the state board of health abol
ishes publto drinking cups, wll 1 be
shipped first c)ass rates If packed to
sether, and second class rates If .folded
tip to-this time there has been no class'
Mention of these articles.
-Aji.oi no rates aumonzea in in.e new
schedule will become effective August J.
' Automobiles,- which formerly had to
pay the regular rate may now bo shipped
with household goods as ap art, of the
. Jarnlly furniture In car load lots, pro
-viaea jtnat me. xurniture comprises a
vtergopercMttge. , or the shipments.
-ti c -)2nKtETi Applr for Jobs.
.Nebraska civil engineers do not Intend
to" bo 'slighted When the .Interstate Conv
raerce commission begins to Dick Its ex.
'"pe'rts for the gigantic task of valuing the
properties of the railroads of the conn
try. Ten men of this state have already
made applications for Jobs, according to
Engineer Gerber of the Nebraska Phys
leal valuation department All . of thfsV
have been aided by the railway commis
sion, In obtaining data on the positions to
be open and In getting In touch with the
authorities that will dispense the Jobs.
The work is expected to last Tour or
ve years. In all and will require the
gathering of an enormous amount of de
Want to "Redact) Chorees.
The railway commission Is up against
a proposition which has not been before
. wiwiuciiMiuu wiu.u, .lud r armors
Telephone company of Able Is asking for
a hearing on proposal to reduce rates.
JThe company has been getting 2 per
phone In the -post, but now thoy wont
to reduce the rental, to JUG. It Is not
expected that a comblnaton of telephone
Users wll crowd the offces of th
msao non the day of hearng protestng
agonal us cnango.
WEDDING IS FEATURE OF
SILVER CREEK BOOSTER TRIP
SILVER CREEK. Neb., July ll-(Spe-elol.)
A wedding and automobile trip and
- k. presentation of a watch by Joy riders
was a feature pulled off by Silver Creek
ehautauqua boosters yesterday. Seventy
flvo people left here at 8 o'clock In au
tomoblles, passed through Duncan and
on to Columbus, where a surprise wa
sprung by, -a wedding1 at the Episcopal
rectory. -A- young couple caused the cars
to halt, 'while Rev. Mr. Xanders united
in marriage, Harold It Bond and Loma
May Powers, who were memoers of the
party. Prom there the procession passed
through Monroe and halted at Genoa for
dinner. The Commercial club met the
Silver Creek people and gave them a
royal reception. Futlerton was the next
f stop aAd everybody there 'turned out to
greet them and wish them well on their
way. From there the automoollea -went
to Central CJty. In. Central City they
assembled oil the square, where they
were received in good fellowship. A rain
caught the boosters at Clarks and dis
bursed the crowd. The chsUtauqua will
e held in Silver Creek July a to SB.
At Centra! City. Mrs, Charles Brown
was presented with a gold watch in
honor of btlng the best driver of a car
on the trip-
Little Olit S-Tallovrs Poli.no ,
FAI.nBtmV, Neb., July lirSpeclaJ.)-
wmie playing in we Dasemeni oi ner
home five miles south of Falrbury, the
little i-yeor-old daughter of Mr, and
Mrs. Elmer Williams found a bottle con
tainlng carbolic acid and swallowed Its
contents. She then ran upstairs, and
her screams attracted her mother. She
telephoned for a doctor who arrived from
Falrbury In fifteen minutes and by the
use of antidotes and a stomach pump
saved the little girl's life. A number of
old bottles had been stored In the base
ment of the Williams home and the
girl, while playing, found the bottle and
drank Its contents.
RuniiTrar Aecldeat at North Bend.
NORTH BEND. Neb.. July li-Speclat)
John Kent had a runaway acqldem.
Wednesday In which he and Mrs, Kent
were thrown from the buggy, Mr. Kent
breaking his eelUrboo. The buggy
PEOFESSOR OF AGRICULTURAL
CHEMISTRY AT UNI. OF NEB.
DR F. W. UPSON.
Notes from Nebraska
City and Otoe County
NEBRASKA CITT, Neb., July 12.-(Spe-
clal.) The vblunteor fire fighters of this
city held & meeting last evening and de
cided that unless Mayor Houston and
the other city commissioners proceeded
(o get busy and purchase some new hoso,
for which they have asked for some time,
a now electric motor for the fire bell and
pay for tho telephone at tho homo of the
flro chief they will resign In a body. The
resolutions adopted Were emphatic. Thero
has been friction between the mayor and
the fire department since he went Into
office. Thero were threo volunteer fire
companies In this city and they have
operated for years With but one paid
man and got along In fine shape. Now
there are two paid men on duty and, tho
salary of the fire chief haa been reduced
from $100 to toO per annum.
John H. Dahl, tho pioneer jeweler of
this city, was found dead in his bed, In
the rear of his store. Thursday morning,
and his funeral was held yesterday after
noon from an undertaking establishment
The deceased was a bachelor and was
born In Chrlstlanla, Norway, February 3,
1815. where he learned the Jewelry trade.
Ho came to this city with a number of
emigrants In 1SC0 and since then had rnado
It his home. At' one time ho was quite
wealthy, but of late years his health was
poor arftt he could not attend to his busi
ness and his fortune soon melted away.
He was cccentrlo and for that reaso.1
lived alone In. the rear of his store. He
has a brother at Union, Utah, but tiiey
have not seen each other since they came
to this1 country together and one settled
here and the other out west.
Some days since Judge Travis at a ttpt-
clal session of the dtsfrfct court Issued
an order directing the rtty commissioners
to issue a call for a special election In
the matter of the Recall of Mayor J. D.
Houston. Judge' Travis refused to per
mit them to give bond to appeal the case.
so yesterday they went before the su
preme court and were granted an order to
file their petition and hear their case
next Tuesday morplng.
John 3. Teten, tho pioneer druggist of
this city, against whom so many Judg
ments iavo been rendered of lata and
whose stock of goods is in .the hands of
the sheriff for $905.66 for delinquent taxes,
filed a petition In bankruptcy yesterday,
showing that his Indebtedness ts some
thing over $7,000 and his assets less than
M.C00 that Is exempt under the law. Mr,
Teten. has been In the drug business In
this city since 1S7S and at one Umo jras
considered one of the monled men of this
the Petrlng bl6ck,. which Is being re
built and enlarged, will be occupied by
L. Weasel's Sons & Co.'s big dry goods
store the first of the month.
The county commissioners are prepar
ing advertisements for the letting 'of a
number of cement bridges to be built In
this county between now and cold
weather. They have built several so far
this season and expect to build doubls
the number next year and are making n
levy that will enable them to do it
BOB SMITH PLEADS
GUILTY TO ASSAULT
TTnTTVTT.T.T3. Neb.. July IS. Speclal.)
Bob Smith, who was arrested at Gor
don last Sunday, on a charge of housi
breaking and attempted assault on Mrs.
Andy Hupp, was lodged m tno -county
Jail Monday. He was brought before
Judge Edmunds the following aay ana
waived his preliminary, and was bound
over to the district court Judge West
over held a special session In chamber
Friday morning and the defendant pleaded
guilty and received sentence of from one
to ten yeftrs in Jfl.ll. Mrs. Hupp Is a
highly respected laay ana somewnn.
deaf. Her husband has been city mar
shal of Gordon for some years.
OTOE SHERIFF WILL NOT j
GO FOR SHELLENBERGER !
NEBRASKA CITY,, July 12.-(Speclal.)-
Sheriff Fischer concluded not to go to Bur
lington. Kan., after Fuller Shellenberger.
who confessed to the killing of a man
named Leonard here In 1SS4 and Julian
Bahuaud. at Julian In 18W, as ht con
cluded the man was either wrong ;n the
head or lying. Shellenberger was a real
dent of this city for years and is per
sonalty known to the officer.
rtiirn Bnriir nt Pnwnee City.
PAWNEE CITY. Neb., July ir
(SpeclaL) During" the storm yes
terday morning lightning struck the
barn an the farm of A. B. Edce,
northeast of this city and com
pletely destroyed the structure and con
tents. The tenant, J. J.' Powell, lost a
flno team of mules, several sets of har-ne-s
and somo machinery and grain,
none of which were Insured. There was
Insurance on the barn.
Good Rain In Sheridan County.
RUSHVILLE, Neb.. July 12.-(0peclal.
Rushvllle, after an unusually dry June,
received a few welcome rains Sunday,
Tuesday ant) Thursday nights. Thts has
been a considerable htlp to small Brain
thst haa not suffered, though aome wilt
pot b cut Corn and potatoes are look'
lag tine. The weather Is cool and windy.
Court House at
Greeley is Laid
ORBBLBT, Neb., July lt-(8peclal.)
Judgo James It Hanna and the board
of county commissioners laid the corner
stone of Greeley county's new $3,X
court house. Thursday In the presonco of
I.G00 people. In the copper box of the
stono were placed files of the several
count) papers, early history and settle
ment of the county, a list of every
official of tho county since Its organisa
tion, history and settlement of the Irish
colony at O'Connor and the growth,
churches and schools of the Catholics, a
history of most or the preclncls of the.
county, Its churches, benevolent and
Judgo Hanna, In hW address of wel
come, spoke of the prldo the people
should have In this magnificent building
the first the taxpayers would bo called
upon to pay for.
Ex-Governor A. C. 8hallenberger spoke
for on hour, and the governor was at
his best Tho weather was Ideal for
an outdoor meeting, and the address
Was listened to with marked attention,
and frequently interrupted by applause.
In tho aft-rnoon a nuclues for an old
settlers' organization was formed by tho
appointment of committees to further
this project after harvest
A ball game between Spalding and
Scotia waa won by tha latter In the
ninth Inning, on a wild throw, a steal and
a single. Batteries: Spalding, Luly and
Adams; S,Stla, Sautcr and Ammrrman.
Hits; Spalding, S; Scotia, 6. Struck out:
By Luly, 7: by Sautter, IS.
Finley Howard; to
. Have Panama Job
WASHINGTON, D. C, July 12. It John
W. Cutrlght of Lincoln Is correct In his
statements, Finley Howard, son of Edgar
Howard, of Columbus, ts to bo given a
good appointment in Panama by Richard
L. Metcalfo, after he enters Upon his
duties as a member of the Isthmian
Mr. Cutrlght has been In Washington
this week and has dined with Secretary
of State Bryan, with whom the applica
tion of Finley Howard to become auditor
of the treasury to succeed W. E. An
drews of Hastings was filed He also
dined with Senator Hitchcock,
"Mr. Howard's application for the ap
pointment of auditor for the treasury
will not be presented," sad Mr. Cut
right "He was appointed to a good po
sition under the Panama canal governor,
Richard L. Metcalfe."
This clarities the situation and gives
Sam Patterson of Arapahoe, Senator
Hitchcock's candidate for auditor, tho
right of way. Mr. "Howard filed his ap
plication for the position with Secretary
Mr. Cutrlght and Col. John C. Haher
have been making a trip In the east to
gether and returned from New York yes
terday. Col. Maher declares that whlln
Lthey were In Hew York they saw August
JJclmont Thomas F. Sheehan and
Thomas Ryan, financial kings of tho
metropolis. "Incidentally we have been
looking over the prospects for obs In
Washington," said Col. Maher. "Wo
have been given to understand that wo
could have anything we wanted. We aro
going home to think it over." They left
for Lincoln tonight
Board of Control
Blocks Coal Trick
(From a Staff Correspondent)
LINCOLN, July, 1Z (Special Telegram.)
The Board of Control is of the opinion
that It has discovered a way by which
coal men who havp been selling coal to
tho state will bo- prevented from f ur
nlshlng other coat than that called f
contract m tho plea that they cannot
get the kind contracted for, making a
good profit by the change.
At the state penitentiary, 'according to
tha figures dug up by Member Oerdes,
109 carloads of coal purchased between
February 22, 1911 and June 21, 1913, con.
talned contract price coal. The othei
116 carloads consisted, of coal of higher
price than that bid upon when the state
board of purchase and supplies con
ducted Its annual buying of thla product
The gain amounted to a. considerable
In the bidding Just cloyed by the Board
of Control,' this condition was anticipated.
Coal men were reequtred to submit prices
on substitutions and thereby were put on
record regarding ploes theeof months In
CHIROPODIST ARRESTED ON
CHARGE OF ILLEGAL PRACTICE
BEATRICE. Neb., July 11 (Special
Telegram.) Dr. Nlelson. a Chiropodist of
this city, was arrested thtsevenlng on
the charge of practicing medicine unlaw
fully. . He was arraigned In county
court and pleaded not guilty. Ills caso
was set for hearing July 22, and he was
released on $303 bond.
. Mm. Ciumlit In Fir' Wheel. '
YOniC, Neb., July tt.-(8pestal.')-Jarnes
Christ was caught In the flywheel of a
gasoline engine in tho Von Nlckle com
pany's elevator yesterday ,and received
severe injuries. He was carried one a
around the wheel and thrown against a
pipe, landlns on his head. There Is some
hope of his reegvery, ,
LIhM Yield of Wheat. - Franklin.
UPLANP. Neb.r JulynwSpecjal.)
Raln is badly needed here,, for the corn,
several farmers have flnlshedfjthreshlng
tbelr. wheat ,H Is averaging about thir
teen bushels to the acre. South of Mlnden
the wheat la very poor, one farmer get
ting clghty-soven bushels from sixty
Forty nnslicls to the Acre.
YORK, Neb.. July 12.-CBpecai.)-DiCK
'Wesselt, who lives two rajles south of
Thayer, thrashod 400 bushels of wheat
from tea acres.
MAL0NEY GETS SEVERAL
CONFESSIONS OF THEFTS
C. J. Boone Was arrested In the Third
ward Saturday morning by Sergeant
Russell and Detectives Dunn and Ken
nelly. The arrest was made at the re
quest of Frank Gllmore, Ufa North
Eighteenth street, who asserted that
Boone. Md stuck him up for l the other
evening. ' Boone later confessed to Chief
of Detectives Steve Maloney- Confession
were also secured from the men con
nected with tho recent freight car robberies.
Dalara Proud of
Hen Which Lavs
Two Eggs Eaoli Day
Although the goose that laid the golden
egg went out with tho high cost of living,
Joseph Dalara, 2224 South Twenty-fourth
street, owns a Rhode Island Red hen
which accomplishes the 'task of laying
two eggs a day. The hen was obtained
as a gift several years ago and In tho
neighborhood of Dalara's home la a
great pet. It lays two eggs one day and
tho following day lays an egg with a
double yolk. This program, with but
slight lapses has continued for over two
years. Dalara has received several of
fers from showmen, but refuses to part
with the fowl.
Occupation Tax on
Paid by Consumers
A notification has been received by
Omaha coat dealers from Chicago Inform.
Ing them that the occupation tax or
Pennsylvania la to be borno by consumers
of coal from that state. Accordingly i
per cent of tho value of the product will
be added to the price upon leaving the
BURLINGTON' NEW TRAIN
MAKES ITS INITIAL RUN
The Burlington's new transcontinental
treln. No. 5, pawed through Omaha yes
terday, carrying In addition to the reg
ular equipment four standard sleepers
and a baggage car for the California
business. Tho sleepers were all comfort
ably filled and took on a number of pas
sengers hero. The California train on
tho Burlington in neW from engine to
tall lights. The cars are all of nteol con
struction, a buffet, observation occupying
tha rear of tho train.
From Omaha the train goes over the
company lines to Denver, where It l
taken over by the Denver & Rio Grande
and hauled to Salt Luke, there to be
transferred to tho Western Pacific. The
service Is dsJlv.
A. SCOTT IS HELD FOR
A. Scott was arrested by United States
officials on a chargo of Impersonating a
United States secret service officer. Ho
wrts arralnged before Commissioner Her
bert Daniel, pleaded not guilty and sent
to Jail In default of $2,000 bonds to await
a hearing Tuesday morning at 9:30
Scott is alleged to have misrepresented
himself to Henry Pollack nnd by so do
Ing got a check for ,116 cashed. Pollack
left his place of business and Immediately
after doing so Scott presented another
check for 15 to the bartender, and this
was' also cashed. Roth checks are on the
First National bank of Columbus, Neb.
SCOTT AND ALLEN ON TOUR
OF POLITICAL DISCUSSION
Ex-Congressman Scott of Kansas and
Henry Allen, prominent Journalist of
Kansas; are on a chaiitauqua toUr In
southwestern Nebraska at present where
they are debating the republican "arid
bull moose troubles. Scott takes the re
publican stand and Allen the bdll moose.
Secretary Amos Thomas of the state
republican committee has sent out letter
to the committeemen and county choir
men in tho localities where the debates
aro to occur reminding the republicans
of their obligation of coming out In goo J
strength' to give Scott 'the proper sup
port so far as rooting goes at tho de
SYMPATHY TURNED INTO COIN
ProfeaalonnI tlcauar Clad In Ulster
Does a Profitable Day's
A man believed to bo a professional
beggar took advantage of the torrid
weather to work on tha sympathies of
Persons in the Now York subway. The
beggar, wearing a heavy storm Ulster,
got on a northbound Broadway express
at $ o'clock In the evening at tho
Brooklyn Bridge station. He found a
seat In a corner of the car and the
perspiring passengers regarded him with
surprise and pity. They noticed that tho
beggar Jiad a long beard and that the
storm collar of his great coat waa turned
up and buttoned tightly about his neck.
Ha seemed to be suffering much from
the heat, tor his lean face was moist
A sympathetic guard asked tho beg
gar why he was clothed for winter
when most of the men In the car had
cast aside their coats. The beggar re
plied softly that he did not dare to
open his ulster, as he wore no cloth
ing Underneath it This Information the
guard communicated .to several men In
the car. One-nf them started a collec
tion to get a suit of clothes for the poor
man. He passed a hat from one pas
senger to another and several dollars In
silver wero obtained for the beggar. He
quit the car at the Grand Central station,
thanking his benefactor tearfully. After
counting up the collection he crossed to
the southbound platform of tho station,
where he got on a downowtn express.
He succeeded In arousing the sympathies
of the passenifera on the train and
another collection was taken up and
turned over to him, When last seen
he was hurrying to a northbound express-
at the bridge station. New York
NEARLY BROKE ANDY'S HEART
Tbo Snddcnlncr Nrvrs thnt He Might
note una store for Sienl
Hearings In the steel trust suit reveals'
In our peace-loving Scot, Andrew Car',
negle, a person who, In his early years,
was far from being a champion of
amity and good will among his fellow
beings. When he was at the head of
tho big steel-company bearing his nam
ha was meddling constantly with the
business of rivals who, with one ex
ceptlon, were, in his hands, as so many
pawns on a chessboard.
Carnegie was shrwed. We question If
tor a very long while we shall again
See his equal as a captain of Industry,
lie would go Into the manufacture of
a product which his competitors special
ized In, but would peacefully resign his
efforts In that direction after a hundred
thousand dollars or so had been paid
pvtr to induce hlro to keep off.
Carnegie's method was to pit one rival
against the other, and, Ilka a mischievous
schoolboy, steal aV advantage over them
while they were quarreling among them
selves. His letters to his "boys.'" as he
called them, wers classics of Machta-
Our First and Final Sale
The one all important clothing event of the season
Honest Reductions Crowd
Store from 7:50 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Tho confidonco placed in this storo by 0mnha mon na to
tho superiority of our clothing, our policies and tho honesty of
our reductions, could novor bo more olonrly omphntjused thnn
.-..was ovidonced by tho hundreds of mon, and young mon who
.bought one, two and often threo Buits yesterday, tho oponing
' . day of our
Mid-Summer Clearance Sale
-v V-YrA - rtttf
Here Are Reductions That Are Genuine:
HOME OF QUALITY CLOTHES "
Formerly King-Swanson, Co. 16th
velllan diplomacy In business. No won
der, then( thnt when Morgan attempted
to secure 'stability in the lmmeneo steal
Industry by organizing one great com
bination, his first thought was that suc
cess only lay through tho elimination or
the Canny Scot, cost what it may.
Morgan was tho only rival against
whom Carnegie failed In the matching
of wits. The banker paid Carnegie $300.
000,000, which Carnegie, at the time,
thought a fancy price, to get' out of the
steel business. Much wrought up was he,
however, when the prlnco of bankers
told him subsequently, while both wero
on an Atlantlo voyage, that he would
havo gladly, paid a couple of hundred
million more' if Carnegie had demanded
It. It almost broke , Carnegie's heart to
think of tho millions he might have had
but did not get. New' York Financial
WHY THE MILITANTS ARE MAD
Scarcity of Husbands Considered
Cause of Outburst In
Mayor Oaynor of New York doesn't
blame the militant suffragettes of Great
Britain for getting mad, because, he
says, they lack husbands. Ho also said
that If any of them come over bere be
cause of crime at ' home he wouldn't
lock them up, but would try to get hus
bands for them all. 'Marriage, in tho
opinion of his honor, is the best cureall
"Is there any suffragette in the w6r!d
who would not give up her principles
for a nice man?'' he sold.' "Over In
Orcat Britain there are about a million
and a half women who havo no man
and they are rather desperate. Wr hava
no such conditions over here. And as
soon as every woman has a man the
women Kt to be very peaceful.
"Just think of a million 'and a halt
women without a manl I do not blame
them for getting mad. They ought to
tear down all Kngland. The men got. up
and went off to Australia, and Canada
and Van Dlemen s Land, and the uoTa
knows where else and left the women
there. And now we are having the re
sult The women aro going to bum the
whole placo down unless they are al-
l&wed to vote. But will It do them any
good If they are allowed to vote! Vot
ing will not Bet them husbands,
"How dp I feel on the subject? I feel
both Jolly and bully about It Would I
Call myself a suffragist? In that I am
perfectly willing, yes. But the whole
thing depends on tho women themselves.
I am certain that very few of them
want to vote. Unless theychamte their
minds In that respect, and look upon vot
ing as a serious matter It would be use
less to give them tho suffrage." New
The 1'HU of experience.
Funny how the dear old gentleman who
jvst has to?at a child on the head un
crrlnKly Picks out the oneiwlth tha pretty
mother. . . .
Beauty used to be skin deep. Now they
aro adding a layer of kalsomlne.
Almost any boob could grasp n oppor
tunity It a set of printed directions went
with It -Judge.
- l TP-- 5l---l tm rra
$10.30 Quality Suits now
$12.50 Quality Suits How
$15.09 Quality Suits now
$18.00 Quality Suits now
$20.08 Quality Suits now
$25.00 Quality Suits now
$30-35-40 Quality Suits
From Our Near Neighbors
Earl It. Travis was up from Platts
mouth Thursday looking after business
Rev. Ib A. Thomnnotl. who has been
quite sick for the last ten days, ts able
io do arounu.
Mrs. Hose Titus of Nemaha, Neb.,
visited the first of the week with her
slstor, Mrs. W, & Tutterson.
Mr, and Mrs. Fhll McEvoy and family
Of South Omaha were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Lesleur Thursday and Fri
day, Miss Jessie Tucker of Florence spent
Monday and Tuesday with Mrs. Tine
Corey and family,
William Helwlg has reported some flno
wheat, a field of. twelve acres averaged
, The nlnemonthsold son of Mr. and
Mrs. J. Marsh was accidentally burned to
death Wednesday afternoon, when tno
children wero playing with matches Fun
eral was held Thursdoy aftornoon from
The Ladles' Auxiliary met at the homo
of Mrs. H. A. Sanders Thursday after
noon and was entertained by Mexdames
Banders. W.- V. Welch and C. Behrendt.
Miss Ida Krlcko was leades. Mrs. William
Maxtleld read a paper on "Weeds and
How to Kill Them," and Mrs. Will Weber
gave a demonstration on "How to Ar
range a Table."
Mr. and Mrs. Nels Johnson spent Tues
day and Wednesday in Omaha.
' It. C. Montgomery and Earl Garner
have gone to Cheyenne to work.
Mr. and Mrs, Harry Btolt went to
Qmuha shopping on Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Dodson and Elmer
Dodson left Tuesday on a trip through
California and Washington for a couple
Minn Margaret Holdsworth went to
Omaha Wednesday for a visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Noyes and Ptiscllta
Nqyes of Dundee spent the week-end
with Mr. and Mrs, A. Oardlner.
Mr. and Mrs. W, Q. Whltmore, Uuth,
Frances, Mrs, Marr and Mr. and Mrs,
Frank Whltmore returned Saturday from
Is more prevalent and moro destructive than any other disease suf
fered by mankind, and you should not allow its delusive character to
hllnd von until the advanced stages have been reached. If you're
nervous, lark ambition and have backache and Indigestion, it Is al
most certain that the function of the kidneys to remove Impt.rl.les ia
impaired ana snouia
acts spccISeally upon the
ner tbet it toots thote organs
oadeitsbliibe a healthy condi
tion it net Uken too lats, For
96 years It baa been tha standard
remedy (or kidney and liter dis
eases. " i was a great sofiirer from
kidney and Hirer troabU. War
ner's Sate Kidney and Liver
Kemedy relieved m at once. It
ha made ra a sew person."-.
Mrs. John KUbey, Saltulo.Ml-s.
S4"r .5lI V 54 c
. Plan to shop
and Howard Streets
their trip through Colorado and the Yel
A fine son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Alex Smith of Benson, July 7. Mrs.
Smith and children havo been with, her
mother, Mrs, Branson, tor a month.
N. W. Oalnes moved bis household ef
fects to Fremont, their new homo. Mr.
Gaines has accepted a position with tha
Fremont Normal in connection with hts
The Eoworth league of tho Methodist "
Episcopal church gave an ice cream so
cial on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Byars' homo Thursday evening.
Mrs. Martin Mortensen of Vslnaralsa
and Mrs. John Nlahtlneate of Omaha are
visiting Mr. and Mrs, William Nightingale ,
Mrs. Annie Robinson of Los .Am-elos.
Cal., arrived Tuesday evening for an ex-
tenuea visit with ner sister, Mrs. A. E.
Mrs, Lewis and her guests from Chi
cago. Mrs. Webster and Mrs. Freeman.
went to Crelghton, Neb., Monday to
yibi. iur. ana .airs. jume ooum a lew
The regular monthly meeting of tin
"Busy Bees" was held In tho Hubbard
hall on Wednesday afternoon. A largo
number of members and guests were In
attendance. Mrs. Nightingale, Mrs.
Ferree, Mrs. Anderson and Mr. Lutton
INJURED IN A RUNAWAY
Pederson Christens;,, peed merchant.
1621 Vinton street, was badly bruised in
a runayay at Tenth and Frederick
streets. .Hls horse took fright and made ,
a dash down tho street In turning the;
corner Chrlstensen was thrown out. fall
ing on his head and right side.
Police Burgeon Fochtsman attended the
Injured man after which he was conveyed:
to his home in the emergency ambulance.
Persistent Advertising is the Road te
do remeaieq jrameataieiy.
Kidney and Liver Remedy
kidneys ooa lift la aaca a
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