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THE BRK: OMAHA, FRIDAY, (KTOBEK 31, 101...
MUST COURT ACCEPT CASE?
County Superintendent of Cedar
Out to the Farm
County Thinks Must.
ice box and all utensils healthfully clean with
Li t. nrcry Hootl.r
Doit for .l.iniaf It.
B.it tor other eM
Quickly brightem metal and makes woodwork mow
white. Cleans everything. 60 and larger package.
"LH thm m0in DVMT TWINS do your- work"
PETITION WAS . THROWN OUT
County Judge rtrynnt Decline to
Flic Action to Enforce liw Itrla
tlTC to Jnventle Labor, Hold
ing; It Inrnllil.
1 1 1 1 1 111 in m 1 1 1
BTTOflll WITT flDTJIWUO TDIIOH charitable bequests and the personal he-
DUOUIl YIWU UlUJfliJJU lilUrtl ! quests, amounting to moon, and to pro
Practically Entire Estate Goes to
Widow and Children.
WOETH ABOUT FIFTY MILLIONS
Income or Knch of Eight llrlra
Amonnta to More Thnn Thousand
n Dny A. A. Ilnncli to
ST. LOUIS, Oct 30.-Each of the helra
of the estate of Adolphus Buach, who,
according to the will filed here lute yes
.terday, nrc to have shares of the trust
Into which the estate Is to bo formed,
trill have an annual Income of $373,000 a
share, or more than $1,000 a day.
The son, August A. Busch, who sue
tCCUB Ilia lUMICI it. WiO IIHMIDKDllltlll Vfc
ofthe trust. He la required to make pro
vision, however, for his Invalid brother,
cltateiwho made the figures known to
dayHitlioftincome of the estate Is esti
mated nt"sO00,O0O, which Is a 6 per cent
return on a valuation of $50,000,000. The
heirs are the widow and the seven chil
dren .'The fact that a codicil -was attached
to thq will a little more than a year ago,
rocemptlnfr Lieutenant Eduard Scharer,
the husband of Wllhelmlno Busch, from
B fourth Interest In his wife's share of
tfie estate, should she die before him,
was Explained today by a member of the
fiSniliy. The codicil was added, It was
-(fated, not because Adolphus Busch re
sented the marrlag-e of his daughter to
the German lieutenant, hutbecause the
!qws of Germany provide that a husband
and wife shall share equally In any
estate either shall Inherit, and that the
original provision, giving htm a fourth
interest In the estate. -should he survive
his wlfo, will bo Invalid In Germany.
Executor and Trustee.
The provision of the will for three
executors, . and three trustees - avb ex
plained by attorneys today as follows:
The ' executors, Mrs. Lilly- Busch, Ed
ward A. Faust and Charles Nagel, will
have full power to make the $310,000 In
tide an Income for the widow, not ex
ceeding $30,000 a year.
Alter the deductions are made, the
trustees, Mrs. Busch, August A. ttusch
and Charlos Nngel, will administer the J
trust estate, subject, however, to cer
tain provisions that make August A.
Busch supreme In tho management of
the brewery, the Manufacturers railway,
the American Bottle company and tho
Busch-Sulzer Brothers Diesel Engine
If a vacancy occurs among the trustees,
Faust Is to fill It, and If there Is ono
among the executors, August A. Busch
Is to fill It. If only one trustee remains,
tho St. Louis Union Trust company la
to bocomo trustee. By these require
ments provision Is made for the admin
lstratlon of the estate In alt details by
persons who were Intimately associated
with Adolphus Busoh. The only person
named as trustee, or executor who Is not
a member of the Busch family by blood
or by marriage, Is Charles Nagel, former
secretary pf commerce and labor, who
was the personal counsel of Adolphus
Busch and who drew the will.
(Prom a Btaff Correspondent )
LINCOLN, Oct. 30.-(8peclal.)-Two
cases were filed on appeal In the offlco of
tho clerk of the supreme court this morn
ing. William K. Miller, county superintendent
o Cedar county, appeals from a ruling of
County Judge Wllber F. nryant of the
same county. Miller sets out In his ap
peal that Leo Tatro, a boy 13 years of
age, waa being kept out of school by
hla father, Mcdro Tatro, and comtcllcd
to work at hard manual labor to the detriment-of
tho -boy's future welfare and he
Invoked .the aid of Judge Bryant to en
force tho law relative to Juvenile labor.
The Judge refused to accept tho papers
or tho fee tendered In tho case, claiming
that tho Juvpnlle law Was unconstitutional
and therefore the papers could, not be
filed. Miller appeals on tho grounas mat
It Is not Uie province of a county Judge
to refuse papers on unconstitutional
Joseph Wolf and Charles Day, two
saloon keepers at Long Pine, appeal from
a Judgment secured In tho Brown county
district court by Lyle Edwin Roach
through his mother, Angela A. Boach, on
account of the death of John F. Roach,
father of the child, who was killed by a
Northwestern train near Long Jlne July 4,
1911. Mrs. Roach set out In her petition
that her husband had secured sufficient
liquor from the defendants to make him
drunk and In that condition ho had been
killed by tho train. Tho child was born
May 11, 1912. after the death of tho hus
band, and the court held that tho child
was entitled to what might naturally be
due hint from his father for support until
lie was of age. Tho suit was for $10,000
and the Jury awarded damages for $5,000,
Tho Lion Bonding company was on the
bond of the defendants and a party to
DEFECTIVE BY INSPECTORS
FIVE TRUE BILLS SENT
IN BY FEDERAL JURORS
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 30.-(Specla!.)-Tho fed
eral grand Jury closed Its session hero
yesterday, and while there had been
rumors there would be several white
slave cases before It, only one resulted
from the deliberations. Five true, bills
were found in the total sitting.
William Lundbcrg Is charged with en
ticing Effle Lowell from Lincoln to Tax
ton, 111., for immoral purposes about June
16 of this year.
A. M. Walter) of Blue Hill Is charged
with mailing objectionable matter from
the postofttce at that place to N. Sliomp
at Hastings last July.
Walter Martin and George Brown are
charged with .having opened a shipment
of,' Interstate goods near Dorchester, sent
to; a Falrbury firm from Cleveland, O.,
and .taking therefrom seven women's
Two clerks In the Lincoln postofflce
were also bound over for abstracting
money from letters.
JL "THE QUEEN OF TABLE WATERS."
REVISED IMPORT DUTY.
Prices for Apollinaris Water
are forthwith reduced
Fifty Cents permease.
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 30. (Spe.clal.)-Tlie first
reports sent in by the deputy Inspectors
In the weights and measures department
of the pure food commission have been re
ceived by Commissioner Ilarman, and In
connection with them the Inspectors re
port that as a general thing thoso they
visit are well pleased with the law and
anxious to have their scales and measures
The first scales to be .condemned,
strange, as It may seem, were those owned
by the state at the Lincoln Insane asylum.
They were wagon scales which have been
In use twenty years and were found to be
forty pounds short on a thousand.
An oil and gas pump at Beatrice was
found short seven cubic Inches to the
gallon. The nuran was condemned. One
platform scale, a measuring pump and
two measures were condemned at Kear
ney. Wagon scales at the penitentiary
were found a little off and readjusted.
In tho two daya 233 Inspections were
made, covering thirty-five different places,
Tho fees connected with the examination
of scales and measures are charged as
follows: Platform scales of 6,000 or more,
KMA: movable platform scales of 300
pounds or more, CO cents; lera than that
amount, 25 cents; dormant scales, iw
railroad track scales, $3.60; sealing or
marking every beam, 10 cents; for sealing
and marking measures of extension,
cents per yard, but not to exceed M cents
for one measure; liquid or dry measures,
10 cents; weights, 6 cents; automatlo slot
Benson & Thome's ad in
this paper Friday evening
will point the way to cer
tain economy in quality
wearables for men, women
WE HAVE MOVED
from 1804 Farnam Street to
213 SOOTH SIXTEENTH STREET
STANDARD SHOE REPAIR CO.
We call ii itlivtr fret Tel. lug. 7567
GERING MAN, AT HEAD
nrtinrsKPOItT. Neb.. Oct. 30.-(Bpeclal
Telegram.) The Nebraska State imga
.i oun-iiiinn closed Its three daya
todav. endorsing a pro
r.o.t nmnndment to the constitution pro
vMi.,1. for a state Doara 01 irrigation
rainivn.il o fthree competent men to be
appointed by the governor and confirmed
by the senate.
Officers for the year were elected as
President. C. W. Gardnerf Oerlng; first
vice president, v. J. bcou.i, jvearncy,
second vice president, II. P. Andrews.
Callaway; secretary. J. li Leblang,
Bridgeport; treasurer, J. T, Whitehead,
.. i, ah
The executive committee was requested
to change the time of meeting from the
last of October to the first week in De
IFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 30. (Speelal.)-Tlio 0pln
Ion of Dr. A. C. True, director of the of
fice of experiment stations at Washington,
who has been checking up the Nebraska
station her during the last few days,
ought to bo worth something to people
who have possibly not had a chance to
study the proposition of university re
moval from both locations. Prof. True
has no sentimental relation) to the unl
erslty which might warp hla opinions.
but they como from one who has beon In
a position to Judge of the merits of the
divided campus as compared with the
consolidated, and his opinion, published In
a Lincoln paper adverse to removal, ought
to have considerable weight In favor at
Dr. True wvys emphatically that the two
schools, the agricultural and the college.
hould be on ono campus, and as the
farm cannot come. to tho city, under his
reasoning the college should go to the
farm. He says,
"I have not had time to look over the
plans presented, but I am certain of one
thing and that Is that tho entire univer
sity should be placed on ono campus. It
la better for the university, better for the
students and better for the public The
tendency toward consolidating the entire
university In one plant la very strong In
every part of tho country at present. As
a man Interested especially in agricultural
education. I would urge It strongly upon
tho people of Nebraska."
Dr. True was asked If there was any
danger that tho agricultural department
would be overshadowed by the other col
leges. "Not in tho slightest." ho sold,
with cmphimls. "The fact is that tho agri
cultural end of your university will grow
so fast that It will be the main institu
tion, and tho other colleges will benefit
from nearness to IL It is a mistake to
say that tho agricultural students all
como from tho farms. An Increasing pro
portion of them come from the cities and
towns. In England agricultural education
s coming forward very rapidly, and Is
now ono of tho large Interests of Cam
bridge university. In Nebraska your
agricultural college will be so large
eventually that It will be much better for
the other colleges If they can be near
enough to serve the agricultural students
with the special subjects they need to
make them all-around men."
TEN THOUSAND FIRE
LOSS AT HARTINGTON
HAnTINQTON, Neb., Oct. 30.-(Spe-
clal Telegram.) What proved to be a
disastrous fire broke out In the J. G.
Beste drug and Jowelry store at II
o'clock this morning and raged for two
hours before the fire department gained
control. The fire broke out In the rear
basement of the store and was of un
known origin On account of tho location
of tho building little opportunity was
given effectively to combat the flames.
which spread to the storeroom above.
The total loss to stock will amount to
A Great Purchase and
Sale of SHOES
For Men, Women and Children
HUH WINDOWH AND F1UDAY KVKNIN'G PAVKI18 FOR IWHTICUI.AHH.
about $W0A partly covered by Insur
ance. The entire store will be rem'odeled as
soon as possible.
II or Injured,
FuMBBUIir, Neb., Oct. S0.-(Bpeclai.)
Antono Btolllng, a 10-year-old lad living
at tho little town of Kndlcott, six miles
southeast of this place, sustained injuries
in a fall while squirrel -hunting that will
probably prove fatal.
Injured While nt Work.
FAinUUHV, Neb., Oct 30.-(Speclal.)
C. G. Thomas, a machinist helper In the
locomotive shops at this place, came In
contact with a blast of a gasoline burner
and sustained painful Injuries, which will
conflno him to his home for some time.
by croup, coughs or colds are soon re
llcved by tho uso of Dr. Klng'ji Nv
Discovery. Wo and $1.00. For sale by
your druggist. Advertisement.
Key to tho Situation Hoe Advertising.
Editor Will Meet In llonnton.
CHICAGO. Oot. 30. Tho executlvo com
mittee of the National Kdltorlal associa
tion at a meeting here today selected
Houston, Tex., for the meeting plaee of
the association next April.
I F you knew how many different ways Faust Macaroni can
1 be served, you would have it several times everv week-
write for free recipe book and find out. Faust Macaroni is
a savory, toothsome dish you make a whole meal
on ii aionc ana icci tnorougmy satisfied.
Ii itrtn-thtnlnr, too. A lOcnaclu-e contains more nutri
tion than 4 pound, ol betl-lt It extreraelr rich In tlultn
the, muidt, bone and Huh lortntr. Comei In aiMlfht.
moisture-proof picVages-mike. a meal that' a leait
At alt grocer'
5c and 10 c
St. Lh!s), Me.
Pioneer of Ohlorra.
OHIOWA, Neb., Oct. 30. (Special.)
Margaret Cobban was born May 13, 1837,
In Morayshire, Scotland, moved to Canad
In 1856, was married at London, Canada
In lKtt, and moved to Nebraska In 1891,
where she lived until 1911, when she moved
to St. Francis, Kan. She died October 21
1913, at Mount Bridges, Ont., while on a
visit to her former home. The body was
received here Tuesday, the funeral being
held Saturday, Interment was In the
Ohtowa cemetery. The deceased formerly
was a resident of this place.
FAinBURY, Neb., Oct. 30.-(SpeclaI.)-
The funeral services of Ollbert Hoeh, the
Hock Island conductor who met his death
by falling from a atepladder and breaking
his neck while removing window screen
from hla home, was held at his home.
Rev. R. N. Orrlll of the Methodist Kpisco
pal church officiating. The Order of
Railway Conductors had charge of the
services. He Is survived by his mother,
his widow and little son. The body was
cent to Andrews, Ind., for burial.
Mr. Edward Bnrkhart.
FAirtBURY, Neb., Oct 3a After an
Illness of several years, Mrs. Edward
Burkhart passed away yesterday at her
home five mtlea northeast of this city.
Mrs. Burkhart Is survived by two sons
and her husband. The funeral service
will be held at the Methodist Episcopal
church In Falrbury, Friday afternoon.
Rev. R. N. Orrlll officiating. The body
will be burled In the Falrbury cemetery.
Skinned from Head to Heel
was Ben Pool, Threet, Ala., when
dragged over a rough road; but Rucklen'a
Arnica Falve healed all his Injuries. 2S
cents. For sale by your druggist Advertisement.
Low Rates South
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GROXONE SAVES ELDERLY PEOPLE
FROM KIDNEY AND BLADDER MISERIES
SIep Disturbing; Bladder Weaknesses, Backache. Stiff . Joints,
Tk J A f -. a m . '
itneuraauc rains -uisappear Alter few Doseg are Taken
Persistent Advertising Is the Road to
I Big Jlcturns.
While people along In years are nat
urally more subject to weak kidneys,
they can easily avoid the tortures of
backache aod rheumatism, and b saved
tho annoyance of getting up at night
with disagreeable bladder disorders.
Croxone relieve these condition) by
promptly reaching the cause and malting
the kidneys filter the blood and sift out
the poisonous arlds ard waste matter
that cause these trouble..
H soak right In and cleans out the
stopped up, Inactive kidneys, dissolves
and drives out the urlo acid and other
Bolsotvouj ImourlUe that lodes la tfct
Joint and muscles and caus rheumatism.
It neutralise the urine ao It no longer
Irritate the bladder, ovreoms unneces
sary breaking of sleep and helps the kid
neys and bladder regain health and
It matters not how long you have suf
fered, how old you arc, or whit tli
you have ured. It Is practically Impos
sible to take Croxone without results. Hi
start to work the minute you take It
th first time you use It An original
package of Croxone coets but a trifle,
and all druggists are authorised to re
turn the- purchase price if It fails In a
stasl case. Advertisement.
LAST WEEK IN OCTOBER
Elegant Mahogany, 88 Note . $325
Beautiful Oak, 88 Note
Massive Oak, 88 Hote .... $390
Dark Mahogany CuSHS), 88 Mote $290
25 ROLLS MUSIO, BENCH AND SOARF TREE.
One Cabinet Player and 20 Rolls Music ,. .25
40 OFF ON 88-NOTE MUSIC.
mo ner mile
the Big Men Go
Those men who "get there"
u s u a 1 1 y ge t th er first. When
they go to St. Paul and Minneapo
lis you'll hnd them on the Great
Western's Twin City limited spend
ing a pleasant evening in the cluh
car with some live, good-natured
friends who prefer to do their hustling
amid the luxury of hr me comforts.
You set there first comfortably on the
8:10 p. m. Is the leav.ne time; $8.10 Is
the faro; you arrive St. Paul 7:30 a. m.,
Minneapolis 8:05 a, in.
Day train leaves Omaha 7:44 a. m- r
A.k P. F. BONORDEN, CP,&T,A.
1522 Farnam Street Omaha, Neb.
Pbont. DensUi 260
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