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THl'i BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4. 1913.
WILL MAE NO HASTY REPLY
7ornhusker Authorities Not to An
swer Kansas Without Thought.
PRACTICE FOR JAYHAWKERS
Venleyrtn on I'roKniin for xt Snl
nrilay nnd Gnrne Will Br Plnrril
vrltlt Content WffU After
MKCOLN. Now 3. (BpeclaU-The Ne
braska athletio board did not meet this
morning to take action on the Nebraska
Kansas situation, arising from the pro
test of Kansas against Hobs', the big
colored guard, but wilt consider Its
course at a meeting later In the week.
The Nebraska board had planned on
closing the Incident, Immediately fol
lowing the Ames game, by replying to
the last communication of the Kansas
management, but finally decided to take
more time In pennlfig an answer. The,
Cornhuskera do not care to repeat the
mistake of Manager Hamilton of Kan
sas of writing on the spur of the mo
ment and then running the chance of
having to apologize later on.
'"When tho athletio board speaks It will
be after the future plans of the Corn
huskera have been completely outlined.
This Is an off week In the Corn
hlifiker camp aid the practice will bo
decided light. Wesleyan Is the pro
gram for next Saturday and It Is un
likely If more than hatf the regulars
are used against the Methodist school.
The entire squad was taken In charge
by an osteopath again yesterday and Is
In .much better shape than n,iy time since
the Haskell game. ElweH's shoulder Is
giving him trouble, but that. Is tho only
injury which tho Huskers suffered In the
Ames game. Ha'JIgan wrenched his
back again but no serious results are
anticipated, and with Purdy much im
proved, tho chances are 'bright for Ne
braska entering the big .ansas game
in the most perfect physical condition of
the season. Purdy Is able to get around
without a cano now and wanted to go
In the Ames game, when things looked
serious for Nebraska, but Stlchm refused,
to allow him to get into it.
It is Stlehm's pla.n to make the 'prac
tice point to tho Jayhawker-Cornhusker
game with the regulars working at sig
nal drill, perfecting Interference nnd
tackling. The following week most of
the actual preparation for Kansas will
bo mado and with the rest whtch the
Fquod Is to get this wee!c, the Corn
hJikers should present the strongest
front of tho season.
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
UEATIliCE. Npb., Nov. 3.-(Speelal.)-At
a' meeting of the Gage County Crop
'Improvement association Saturday after
noon, Farm Demonstrator I.lebera re
ported that a number of progressive
farmers in Qage county had subscribed
funds sufficient for the purchase of a
carload of Ilolstcln dairy cows. Mr. Lleb
ers will leave In a few days for AVIsoon
sin, where he will purchase the cattle,
(which wilt be shipped to Gage county?
Farmers in this locality realise that in
order to make tro dairy a paying propo
sition on the farm they must havo tho
best stock with which to do it
Leo'TlurU of AVymore had a portion of
his right leg amputated at a local -hos.
pltal, as a result 'of an accident which
bofell him at Grand Island a few years
Three express offices of this city, tlio
Adams, Culled States and 'American, will
soon cqmblnc so tliat all tho business for
tlifc three companies con be transacted
through tho office of tho Adams Kxpress
omtauy. Frani; Oolletl, who has long
bwn.ngent for thJ Adams company, will
i. mnnucpr under the new system", and
.IV K. Ok, agent for the United States
1 cprf' company, will be cashier.
3cfcpS J-tc of this-city was lodged In
the elty iaii yesterday by Deputy Bherlft
Aton on the charge of Insanity. Ho at
tempted suicide by trying to never tho
iraln artery on his right arm with a pen
Thn hln bone of a prehistoric animal
was found yesterday on the bank of Hear
vreek, east of the city. The bone w ap
proximately three feet long and eight
Inches In diameter.
w aNotra of Vplniid.
UPLAND. Neb., Nov. 5.-(Speclal.)-Beveral
buslncw chonges have taken
plate In Upland during the last two
weeks. M. J. Turner has sold the fur.
nlture fctore to Matt Hansen & Son. The
Jorelry store of I.ars Hansen will be in
corporated with the furniture store..
Louis terpen sold his Implement busi
ness to M. McElhenney of Superior, who
a few days later resold it to P. J. Frand
ep of I'pland.-
The Odd Fellows will dedicate their
i ew halt on Tuesday, November 4. S. It.
Barton will bo the principal speaker
Dentil on the tlnllonn
Is sharp, short agony. The lame back
of Kidney trouble Is uHy misery. Take
Kietrlc Bitters for quick relief. 60c. For
tale by your druggist. Advertisement.
r resort to sauff and
Tapers tkey enly ir
ritate tke delicate
Modern science proves
catarrh a symptom
of poor health.
Treat the cause with SCOTT'S
EMULSION which contain pure
cod liver oil to enrich the blood
and energize the system, hype
phosphites to nourish and up
build the nerves, and glycerine
to sooth and heaL
Thousands testify that
Scott's Emulsion overcame
catarrh in a permanent,
natural war and it will
surely help, you.
AtoU tk olcciotie slititnUi
i sin i
If Kidneys and"
Take Salts to flush Kidneys
and neutralize irritat
Kidney and Bladder weakness result
from uric acid, says a noted authority.
Tho kidneys filter this acid from the
blood and pass It on to the bladder, where
It often remains to irritate and Inflame,
causing a burning, scalding, sensation, or
setting up an irritation at the neck of
the bladder, obliging you to seek relief
two or three times during the night.
The sufferer Is In constant dread, the
water passes sometimes with a scalding
sensation and Is very profuse; again,
there Is difficulty In avoiding It.
Bladder weakness, most folks call It,
because they can't control urination,
While It Is extremely annoying and some
times very painful, this Is really one of
the most simple aliments to overcome.
Oet about four ounces of Jad Salts from
your pharmacist and take a tablespoonful
In a glass of water before breakfast,
continue this for two or three days. This
will neutralize tho acids In the urine so
It no longer Is a sourco of irritation to
the bladder and urinary organs which
then act normally again.
Jad Salts is inexpensive, harmless, and
Is 'made from the acid of grapes ond
lemon Juice, combined with Uthla, and
Is used by thousands of folks who are
subject to urinary disorders caused by
Uric acid Irritation. Jad Salts Is splen
did for kidneys and causes no bad effects
Here you have a pleasant, effervescent
llthla-water drink, which quickly relieves
bladder trouble. Advertisement.
County Seat Fight
Warm m Franklin
tTPLAND. Nub.. Nov. 3. CSneclftl.l
Franklin county Is now In the throws of
another county sent fight. The election
1 tn ha. hold on Nnvumlwr 8. The three
contesting towns ore Macon, Bloomlng-
ton and Franklin. If Bloomlngton gets
two-fifths of the votes cast she retains
the county seat, and under a new law
passed by the last legislature, can com
oel the county commissioners to build
a new court house at once, by presenting
a petition signed by 5 per cent or tne
rrsldents of the county. If cither Frank
lin or Macon gets three-fifths of the vote
cast, It then becomes the county seat
If. however. BloomltiKton falls to get
two-fifths and Franklin nnd Macon fall
to get three-fifths, then the lowest town
in the race falls .out and the higher two
fight It out at the next regular election.
If nioomlnirton is one of those It win
only need two-fifths of the vote at the
final election to retain the court house,
whereas If the fight next year is bo
tween Franklin and Macon, a mere ma
jority will locate Uie county , seat.
This fight to movo the county seal
from FHonmliiKton has been a long
one. It was started by Franklin some
years ago. At the last election. nowe cr,
Macon sprung a surprise and rcelved
713 votes to 814 for Franklin and 677 for
Thousands of dollars are being spent
this year by the threo communities.
May Establish One.
State Power Plant
(From a Btaff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. S. Special.) Judge
Ke(nnedy and Henry Gcrdes of the State
Board of Control, Governor Moreheod,
State Treasurer George, Secrctay of State
Walt, Land Commissions Beckman and
Attorney General Martin went to the
penitentiary this morning to look op the
proposition of furnishing more power for
Since the installation of the new ele
vator In the state house and the fitting
..n fh. fnurth flnfir itltn Offices It tS
feared that there will not be sufficient
power to furnish lights to the state house,
mnnclnn and orthenedlc hospital which
now receives Its light from the, peniten
tiary plant. The board is considering me
proposition of moving the electric plant
at Um avium tn thn nriltentlarv And
combining the two plants so that ull of
thn state Institutions a Lincoln soun cu
tlm state house can be given light from
the one plant and also furnish light for
They consider that with the facilities
fqr running the plant which can be se
cured at the pen without cost, It will bo
much cheaper to run one plant for all
tlm nlspen whnrr. llrht Is needed Instead
of maintaining two separate plants at
tne pen ana nospuai.
IS HELD AT BRIDGEPORT
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Nov. 4 (Special.) Bute
Engineer Trice has returned from the
state. Irrigation convention held at
Bridgeport last week and reports the
largest attendance In the history of the
orgn,niratlon, over 0 delegates being In
One important resolution adopted by
the association calls for a change In the
law owing- away with tha present stat
board of irrigation and the appointment
of a commission on Irrigation roads and
bridges to be appointed by the governor,
One of the members shall be a squall-
fie engineer, one a recognised good
roads man and the other a practical
bridge man. The resolution calls atten
tion to the fact that the present board
has too much to do to attend to other
duies and tha a board especially for
the purpose would) be of more benefit
to the htate.
The next meeting of the association
will be held In the early part of De
cember of next year, it being found
that at the time of the usual meeting
too many farmers ore busy taking their
beets to the factories and canpot spare
the time to attend the convention.
O. W. Gardner of Gerlng was elected
president; W. J- Scott of Kearney, vice
president, C, C, Andrews of Callaway,
second vice president; J, E. LaBlanc,
Bridgeport, secretary, and Joseph T.
Whitehead, Mitchell, treasurer.
The attorney general of the state war
called upon to take action to defend the
rights of ditches on property on Inter
In in for 3fontana Man.
. WASHINGTON. Nov. President
Wilson today nominated William Wal
lace Jr, of Helena, Mont, to be assistant
OBJECTS TO BATTLE FILMS
Curator Gilmore Savs Indians Are
nnd Comes llncli to
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOI.N. Nov. 3.-(Bplal Telegram.)
-Acaln the noor Indian Bets It tn the
neck, so to speak, and the ashes of the!'"1 wer '""ployed
past have arisen to haunt
to Curator M. It, Gllmoro
o of the fnl-'
erslty of Nebraska, who witnessed the
taking o fthe motion pictures by tho gov
ernment on the scene of the battle of
Mr. Gilmore returned last night from
Pine Illdge, whero ho talked with many
of the survivors of the battle among the
Indians and they claim, as do.others, that
the reproduction does the Indians a great
Injustice and does not rightly represent
the real battle between the soldiers nnd
In the picture th,e Indians are given all
the blame for the massacre, whon, ac
cording to Mr. Gtlmore. tho soldiers were
the ones to blame and the reproduction of
the fight the way It was taken by the
motion picture company Is a disgrace to
the government under whose sanction it
General Miles, according to Mr. Gilmore,
Is dissatisfied with the way It was taken.
-Chairman Clarke Itetnrns,
Chairman Henry T. Clarke of the rail
way commission returned from his vaca
tion today. The other two commissioners
who went to Washington to attend tho
meeting of the Interstatn Commerce com
mission, will return In a day or so. Mr.
Clarke spent his 'vacation at Bed Deer
lodgo In Cherry county, where ho has
membership In a hunting club which has
a lodge on the lake of that name.
Hall to Davenport.
Adjutant General Hall went to Daven
port today to look Into conditions sur
rounding the militia company at that
place and see If the people will not take
enough Interest in It to brine It un to
the standard reqtred by tho general. The
Fifth regiment Is now full, while .the
Fourth lacks but two companies to com-
plete its number. A company Is being
conslered at Omaha and also one at Lin
coln. Applications aro In for comDanlea
at Columbus. Madlsoft. Blair and Western,
ana me town or Central City would like
to havo Dho regimental band of the
Fourth regiment located there.
Dlo- Teachers' Meeting;.
State Superintendent cDlzell said th!
morning that Indications point to the
largest gathering of teachers at Omaha
this week at the Teachers' association of
any meeting In Its history. The Kearney
nu i-eru isormal schools will close for
the time and It Ib expected that the. tn.
dents will attend In a body from
Place. Wayne and.Chadron Normals have
not yet reported action to the state super.
inienaeni. iA-eryoody on the program
has notified tho secretary that thev
be present without fall and there Is every
limitation or a, most successful session.
, Town Bonds nen-Utrred.
onds of the town of Atkinson in tho
amount of 7.300 were filed with the state
auuuor ior registry today. They are di
vided into 15,000 for water bonds, nnd the
balance for sewer. Dorchester reirUt
15.000 electric light bonds and $15,000 water
.Votes from Central City,
CENTRAL C1TV, Neb., Nov. S.-(8pe-clal.)-Kev.
G. W. Stansbury of Blair has
accepted a call to the pastorate of the
Baptlet church of this city, and-entered
upon his duties Sunday.
In connection with the annual corn
show, which will be held In Central City
the tecond week of December, a nhort
course In agriculture and domestic science
will be .given.
M. Bruce Carpenter has brought suit
against Milton II. Her of this city, ask
ing Judgment for 5,000 for an assault
committed on the publlo streets of Central
City a short time ago, and for certain
defamatory words alleged to have been
spoken at the same time.
x-ne woman's Christian Temperance
Union will tender a reception to the
teacners or our public schools and Ne
braska Central college at the home of
air. ana Mrs. a. P. Blssell Tuesday even
Ing. A special Invitation has been ex-
tenaea tne ctergy and editors.
Border Trade in
Liquor is Stopped
nADiimu-iu.Ti, v. tj., nov. 3. Resi
dents along the border between Canada
and the United States who have been In
the habit of making frequent trips across
the line will no longer be permitted to
make travelling liquor and cigar stores
of themselves in an effort to evade the
American customs laws. The Treasury
department has taken cognizance of the
fact that the some travelers repeatedly
returned with the permited quart of
of liquor and a box of good clgora. which
lateryaccord!ng to custom officials, were
Bum in iiiis couiir.
The flourishing traffic caught the eye
or a customs inspector In North Dakota,
who asked for a ruling aa to how far
the custom regulations could be strained
tn this direction.
ine department did not hesitate. It
saia oniy Donaiiae tourists were to be
benefited by the regulations.
REAL ESTATE FIRM BUYS
LAND IN THE LOWER BRULE
P1EHKB, S. D., Nov. S.-(RpecIal Tele
gram.) At the sale of government land
conducted by Judge Wltten In this city
today about 3,000 acres of Lower Brule
ltmda along the Missouri river were dis
posed of at prices, from $.30 to $170 an
acre. A Chamberlain real estate firm
took most of It, the rest going to adjoin
ing land owners.
Pain In Dark and IlheamatUm
Torment thousands of people dally.
Don't be one of these sufferers when for
so little cost you can get well rid of the
cause. Foley Kidney puis begin thtlr
good work from the very first dose. They
exert so direct an action on thh kldneyn
fjid bladder that the pain nnd torment of
bachache, rheumutlim and kidney trouble '
Is soon dUpelled. Thej are worthy a !
trial, as a trial Is the only sure test They i
contain no habit forming drugs. For j
ale by all dealers eve-i-where -Adver j
Pi-Pftr Ti vl-t l?r.n4-n-.n
X1XUV XJ1KJJIU X tlObUHUO
Make Beet Sugar
i WASHINGTON. S -final stMls-
j ties of the sugar Industry In the I'nlted
Slates for 1KB aro presented In detail In
a bulletin to be Issued by IMrector Harris
of the bureau of the census, tyeimrtment
of Commerce. It was iitcwrrd under the
direction of V. M. Stenart. chief eUtttstl.
clan for msnufoctures.
There wer 291 establishment In tlx.
I Vm,H S,rt'" 'nR"' In tho manu-
, ..iii. otivi i iiiiuiK in sukht ami sirup
! In 1509. Of these, fifty-eight were cn
I gaged In the manufacture of sugar from
I beets, 211 la the manufacture of sugar or
I sirup from rane, nnd nlnetetn In the re
j fining of cane sugar. Tim total number
of persons engaged In these three In-
"'"tri's was JM.OK,
whom 14.9 per
tho best sugar
""or'"- 1 per cent In the cane mJlR
lor rcm the refineries.
i ne qunnmy or oeet sugnr reported by
1 tho factories In lPOtl was Wl.tj tons,
I valued at J,9.1T,tap. and that of cane
fcugar 82,VvS tons, valued at Kit,(M.6Tl. Tho
quantity of refined sugar turned out by
the reflnerUs, which would. Include tho
pioduct made from foreign raw sugar as
well as from domestic cane sugar, wu3
According to the cuiimi of ngrlaulturo,
the farm production of susnr and .sirup
In 1M9 amounted to 13S.M7 pounds of calio
sugar. H.060.S00 pounds of maple sugar.
71,(33,579 gallons of enne sirup, (,t,12,0i
gallons of sorghum, and 4,KV.,us gallons
of maple sirup. The glucose factories
produced. In 1W, 7fi0.600,!10 pounds of
glucose, valued at Jt7.92i.SH, and 159,.
HV),7S pounds of grains sugar, nlued at
lee Plant for Fnlrtiurr.
FAinm'nV. Nob.. Nov. 3.-(Bpcclat.)
mo i.iennennaii ice company
city has commenced work on
amuciai plant. Tho building Is
r "Coffee drinking almost ruined my health hofore a heart and
nerve specialist informed me that coffee was my whole trouble.
"I am 53 years of age, and from boyhood up to about the year
1900 I was strong and well, could eat any kind of food day or night,
slept soundly, and it was said that I had no norvos.
"I began to suffer from indigestion and was getting sleepless and
nervous. I took medicine, kept at work, and stuck to my coffoe the
harm of it was never suggestod to me.
"One morning' just after dressing I collapsed, and for six weeks
I was very, very sick. But I pulled through. After another rest I did
not improve, but became worse. My heart got very bad, so weak at
times that I would faint. I also suffered from constipation.
"Finally in July, 1911, I came to San Francisco to consult tho
best heart and nerve specialist to bo found, and was directed to Dr.
, He made a thorough examination and several blood tests.
He told me that the trouble was with my heart and nerves brought
about by coffee; that tho caffeine contained in coffee was poison to
me; and to stop the uso of coffee absolutely and immediately. Sinco
that time I have not tasted one drop of coffee.
"When I stopped coffee, I thought, what shall I drink. Milk lias
4 a tendency to constipate me; Gold water is all right in its place, but it
doesn't belong on the breakfast table. So I concluded to try Postum.
It is delicious with cream and sugar. I drink it whenever I can find it,
and I enjoy it aa well as I once did coffee. '
"My normal weight was about 170 lbs. and I had been as low as
133. In threo weeks I was greatly improved; in six months I began
to feel like my old self, and now, ten months after I stopped coffee, I
am about well and weigh 178 lbs. I have not boon constipated once
not once! My stomach seems as good as over; I sleep well, feel well,
and I am well.
"I am sure my good doctor's advice, 'stop coffee,' is the secret
of my impravement.
"Of course I 'have it in' for coffee, and why shouldn't I? See
what it cost me, my health, position and thousands of dollars.
"Now in conclusion, you are at liberty to use my name any
way you wish. I enclose names of my doctors. My only object is to
help other afflicted persons. I don 't want any compensation, and
would not accept any.".
703 Jackson St.,
Postum now comes in two forms.
Regular Postum must be well boiled.
Instant Postum is a soluble powder. A spoonful dissolves in
a cup of hot water and, with sugar and cream, makes a perfect
Grocers everywhere sell both kinds.
A mighty army of former coffee drinkers now use
l erected in the Ito.k Island yards on the
, Klto former.y occupied by the. t nlon ho-
I InK ta to be completed by
work. The build-
"December I nnd
Installed by February 1.
Still Seriously 111
BOSTON. Nov. S.-The British ambas
sador, Sir Cecil Sprlng-hii. and Sir
William Tyrell. one or the private secre
taries of Sir Kdwnrtl Grey, tho British
minister of forelun affairs, who are slop
ping here a few days, took occasion to
diiy to deny that there was any political
significance In tlm extended stay of the
ambassador at his summer iome at
Dublin, N. II S'r William denied that
ho was In thli country on a diplomatic
Tho nmbnMdor has not fully recovered
from the Illness that nttacked htm last
summer, and at the request of his physl
elnns turned Inquirers over to his com
rnnlon. "The nmbnsssdor has not hern gravely
111." Mild Sir William, "nor hus he any
chronic trouble. lie was weakened
greatly by a bilious attack late In the
summer, but his physicians nro satisfied
tlmt his condition Is now much Improved.
"He expects to return to Washington
during the course of the week, nnd will
no doubt be able to deal with any phase
of the Mexican trouble which at the pres
ent time Is In the bunds of Sir Kdward
tlley and Amlwssador Page "
.Next .Note if Superior,
SUPHUIOlt, Neb.. Nov. H-(Spcclol
Telegram.) Kli-e' nt the Northwestern re
pair shops did some damage today. The
roof was damiiucd slightly.
Tho Nebraska Portland Cement com
pany has received the last onn of tho
nine largo kilns nnd rotary machinery Is
nearly set under tho other eight.
1 s True
"In February, 1908, 1 was obliged to resign
"There's a Reason
Spugs Begin Their
NKW YOUK. Nov. S.-The 8. P. V
which may bo recognised as tho 3ocl"'
for the Prevention of Useless Giving, mei
with such success In Its campaign 1-n
Christmas, that It Is on tho war pat'
early again this year against the useless
Tho "Spurs" are mainly depart.neni
sturo girls who, under the leadership ol
Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont, Miss Anne Mor
Kan nnd others, who found their year't
savings annually depicted by the obliga
tion to contribute towards presents fot
men nnd women "higher up." The Ide
of freeing themselves from this "Christ
mas graft" nlul all forms of useiesa Mv
Ing spread like wild file, and many oth
ers Joined tlm rrusnde.
Tha lenders liken the movement to tha
of thn "snfo nnd sane Fourth" Irter.
which has been so widely adopted. Tlu
campaign this year Is to be begun with a
great rally on November II.
JAMES J.HILL AND PARTY
START FOR THE COAST
DVH'TH. Minn., Nov. S.-A special
train, having on board .lames J. I till.
Louis W. Hill. Oeorgo F. Baker, chnlr
mau of the board of directors of the
First National bank, New York; Presl
dent Underwood of the Krln railroad,
President Harris of tho Burlington rail
road, and A. Steele, n New York finan
cier, left here today for the Pacific coast.
It was Intimated that the trip was being
mado for Inspection purposes.
Ill picking the best young catchers of
the American lengun base ball critics hnve
overlooked Sum Agnow. the young back,
stop of the St. Iiuln Browns. Agnow Is
regarded by many as the greatest young
cutchor In tha game.
Key to tho Situation Bee Advertising.
my position as man-
Means that a
spector has seen
all of the mate
rials made, seen
them churned to
gether and knows
that the finished
Two ounce sample sent
free, by mail, upon receipt
of request ttddresBed to
Swift & Company
South Omaha, Neb.
By lh mtfnlflcent
From New York, Jan. 31, 1915
Visiting famoui cities ind countries on a
palatial steamship which serves as your
hotel. Erery luxury end comfort assured.
135 days $900 and up
lactudiss Shore Trips ind ill ncceiurr czpeues.
Alto CruUt to tha Orlt nt. IndU.
Wait Indlts, Panama Canal. an4
StiJ fir Ivkti, ddtng tnilm
HAMBURG - AMERICAN
ISO Wast Handolph St., Oblcaffo, 111.
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from NEW YORK
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Csmrronla. California. Caledonia, Colombia
TUSCANIA. 14,000 tons, (BuKdlrtt)
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Third Claia it Very Low Rites.
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THE IIVTEBA WEST INNES
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