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TLIE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1013.
ALASKA WEALTH OUTCLASSED
our Nebraska Wheat Crops Worth
More Than All Its Gold.
IREJUUM ON LABOR HERE
lnlV TJnnnl of Asrrlrnltnrr Show
Unvr ih nrtnrn frttm I'lrmrm'
Work Fnr Kicrril Miners
From n Ptnff Correspondent )
LINCOLN. Nov. 22 -(Sr-cli.)--MAny a
Nebraskan has plunjfed Into the froien
wastes of Alaska after the elusive placer
tirine. To alt those who have rushed,
hlvered and lot the following com
parison, compiled from figures on. file In
tho office of the State Hoard of Agricul
ture, mny prove Interesting
Since Bold mlnlnc heron In Alaska the
Kpia plaocra of Alaska have yielded
i.tss,m ounce of fine Bold. The value
ot the output Is fixed at $151,S00.875. This
haa .been the total output ot the mines
ffom IsSO until (he present time.
rue Nebraska wheat crops of 1010. 1911.
1912 and 1913 sold for 176,6T6,J18. In other
words the wheat crop fnr a four-year
period would pay for the entire output
rC the Alaska sold mines and there would
y& a alanco of. J30,87Mlff In favor of Ne
The wheat wealth comes from the sur
face of the ground. The- placer mining Is
londucfcrd under -conditions most dis
The gold roust be taken trom the frozen
earth for tho Alaska climato Is such that
n. few feet below the surface the frost Is
eternal. In Nebraska competency, ability
and Industry count in the wheat raising
Industry. In Alaska finding the gold Is
a matter of cHanco. Kven after a paying
mlna Is located tho supply mny run out
at any minute.
The wheat crop offers ft comparatively
sure Ihlrip; with odds in the favor of the
hustler. The gold miner chases the rain
bow and tho moonbeams.
IS MADE OFFICER TO GET
MAN "STINGING" HIM
CHADIION, Neb., Nov. 23.-8peclal.)-Jfarry
B. Relsclle, member of tho Ne
braska legislature .and cashier of the
First National bank of Chadron, re
turned last night from Seattle, Wash.,
with a .prisoner, named. Humphrey, alias
Uayos, Six weeks ago the man Came to
Chadron, representing Jilmself as a
nephew of Ike Humphrey of IUpId City,
ft frlond of Charles F. Coffey, president
of the FJrst National. Mr. Coffey made
hJm jVjloan of .2G0, soon ftfter which ho
disappeared. The newspapers contained
an account. of -a man arrested In Seattle
named Daycs that so accurately described
Humphrey that Ilelsche felt satisfied It
meant the samp man, had himself made
deputy sheriff of Dawes county and eft
for Seattle. All the members of the bank
force Identify tho man an the one obtain
ing the loan, but l( )s yet. to be proved
who he Is.
MndUo'n NTr Nates,
MADISON, Neb., Nov. 28.-Bpecial.)-Flora
M. aillette'has commenced action
Hi tho district court;ti set asldo and an
Jiiil n deed purporting, to, convey lot 9,
block i. Railroad addition ' to Newman
Grove, ta John A. From and, lot II of
thirsttme ModcMo" TMchotaf N. "Tulwasr
ala, tQ.sejwIdjLftnil. annul mortgage on.
jui t iu mo jiuujo rturiiiKS uaiiK oi aihqi
sonahd'tJ(ft NeWman Orove State bank
of jJowman qrove. Deeds ffeouted In
1903 and recorded October Si, 1J18, convey
thews lota to the plaintiff, Flora M. Oil
lotto. A decreo was entered In tho county
c'oUrt of Madison county November 9,
3010, In the matter ot the estate of Emily
M. CJIUcMc, deceased, assigning and vest
ing theso lota In Edith U Gillette ct al
the heirs and devisees of Emily M. Gil
lette, who conveyed to tho parties now
claiming to be tho owners and In pos
session of tho premise, II. Halderson
of Newman drovo was the administrator.
There is a' dwelling on one lot and a busi
ness block on the other. It Is alleged In
yie petition that Emily M. Olllette, who
willed thcscMots. had no tltlo or interest
In thrrh, nnd tho action tieeks, among
other things, to vacate the decree of the
county court, so far as It reltes to the
assignment of these lot.
'Tfle Aultman & Taylor Machinery com
pany (haa filed In the district court re
plevin proceedings again t Ferdinand
KMrM forja twenty-horsepower C. C,
peeves: tranlon engine and attachments
id one 40jtC! Russell separator, with all
attachments, the property being valued
at 1600, '
The heirs and devisees of Frank Wach
Hr, deccoaed, Norfolk, have commenced
partition proceedings on the southeast
quarter, section 7, township H, range 1,
.. Notes of Wahoo.
."ty'AHOO, Neb.. Nov. 23.-8pecla!.)-jjjgfiersfaft
Bros, of this city have made
tmo substantial Improvements to their
hulldlnjr on Fifth street.
Howard Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Hans Hanson of this city, who Is with
tho Dolly MoDonald company on the Red
lMtth Lyceum, course, played to a well
packed house last Wednesday evening.
Thp new school bouse In District No. $0
near Frftcue, was dedicated last Friday
evenrtr,. KreUMnger of Fremont
and County Superintendent Williams of
this city were the speakers. i
IMPERIAL EMBROIDERY JjH
f I ATTJffrijQ U T F I T fegjll
miTR TMPT?DT AT. FUnnnmnnir niTmmn .
.. "lYiA ?z u v cu- A"
lmM XIUC UUJJCA HICK.
value of 10 cents each, of more thnolo in aU. " Sing
SIX Conpons and 68 cents to this office and you will be
predated with One Cornp ete Outfit, including Book of
fMtructions and one All ltal Hood? iSe il cental to
cover duty, express, handling and the numerous over
head expenses of getting the package from factory to youT
N. 8. -Out f Town Rain will add 7 cents extra for
Wotagm and expense of mailing.
SEVERAL MORE DAYS OF
MODERATE WEATHER COMING
WASHINGTON, Nov. .-Several more
days of moderate weather with sun
shine are In prospect for tho country cast
of the Rocky mountain sand the south
west, according to the weather forecast
"Present pressure distribution Indi
cates the approach of another disturb
ance In the far northwest, bringing with
It ratns over the north Pacific states
the early days of the week, and prob
ably local snows and ratns over the ex
treme northwest a day or so later. After
the middle ot the week these unsettled
conditions will drift eastward.
"Tho northwestern disturbance will be
followed by rising pressure and falling
temperature, beginning by Tuesday or
Wednesday, over the extreme northwest
and extended eastward by the end ot the
"Over the middle and southern dis
tricts weat of the Rocky mountains gen
erally fair weather will prevail with
somewhat higher tompcratures early In
I'll nil ron New .N'otra.
CHADRON, Neb., Nov. 23. Robert
Hood, who started In tho lumber and coal
business August 1, 1SS5, the day the town
lots wefo sold, has sold his business to
O. J. Schwelger. The consideration was
Ti0,ftA Hood will now give hi atten
tion to his flour mill.
O. J. Schwelger has sold his stock
of men's clothing to Parley Hyde, form
erly of Logan, la., and Wtnfield S. Sat
terlee of thl city. The latter will take
chnrge of their now business January 1,
STUMaA, Neb.. Nov. 2S. (Speclal.)-The
funeral ot Hlrnm Ftndlay was held at
his residence west of Stella at 10:30 this
forenoon. Burial waa In the Stella cem
etery. Mr. Flndlay had been In falling
health from heart trouble for some time.
Ho died Thursday morning, and on the
preceding day was able to be about. He
was born In Somerset county, Pennsyl
vania, January II, 1811, and had been In
this community for more than a quarter
century. The widow and several children
.1. W. Iluali.
VORK, Neb.. Nov. 2X-(Bpcclal.)-J. W.
Rush' died Saturday morning, nged 91
year. ' Ha homestcaded In West Dluo
township In 1872, whore ho lived until
a few years ago he removed to Mc
Cool to .make his homo with his daugh
tor, Mrs. S. 8. Deffenbauglt, his wife
having died some yean ago. Tho funeral
will be held at McCool on Monday.
Ay rr Funeral Held,
41EAVBR C1TV. Neb.. Nov. 2J.-f8re,.
clal.) Tho funeral of N, M. Avers was
hel dtoday. conducted by Alpha Morgan
of Broken Bow, grand master of the Ma
sonic grand lodge, assisted by T. M.
Davis, deputy grand master, and J, P. A.
Black of Hastings, grand marshal. One
hundred and fifty Masons were nresent
from lodges In .this part of (ho state.
YORK, Nob., Nov,' I3-(Bpeclal.)-At)-drow
McMahon died Tuesday night,
agod, G5 years. Ho came to Turk couhty
with his parents, more jhan thirty years
ago. Tho funeral will bo lield nt St.
Joseph's church, Monday morning'.
TABLK ROCK, Neb., Nov. 21.-(Spo-c!al.)-Mr.
Robert T. Miller and Miss
'Lena Maa Hansen of Qullford, Mo wero
were married at 8t Joseph. Mo., Frl
day, Mr. Miller woe born and grew to
manhood in thla vicinity, and Is the
eldest son of Mr. J, I, Miller, president
of tho state bank of Tablo Rock. They
will bo at horns after December 1, at
SSM Gaylord, Denver, Colo.
MADISON, Nob., Nov. 83.-(Sneclal.
A marriage license was Issued today to
r-iunge u. iieea or auido Rock, Neb., and
auss vern I, Dunbar of Tlldtn, Neb,
JVevrs Wotea of Alllnnee.
ALLIANCE, Neb.. Nov. 23.-lneclan-
ino new unrtstian church will be ded.
catod Sunday, November 30. Dr. H. ir
Harmon of Lincoln will have charge of
N. W. Halsey A Co. of Chicago were
awarded 50,0W of the ' bonds of Box
Butte county court house now In course
of construction. The other titom ,..
ucen ianen ty the state of Nebraska.
F. C. Van Dorn ot Bingham. Neb.,
died at St Joseph's hospital after an
Illness of several months of cancer-. The
funeral will be held at Bingham.
Tho basket ball team of the high school
Is making arrangements for several garnet
to bo played In the eastern part of the
state during the Christmas holidays.
A foot ball team composed of members
of Alliance Volunteer Fire department
will meet the Fort Robinson team In
Alliance Thanksgiving day.
Xi.rtu IMatte Business Collrae.
NORTH PLATTE. Neb., Nov. 23.-(Spc,
clal.) Announcement' has Just been mude
that the North Platte Business college
will open In this city next Monday, y.
P. Randall has been here several weeks
organizing this college and making ar
rangement for Its opening, A good num
ber of students have registered for the
courses and a faculty composed of four
members has been engaged.
MH knmI Six Uimi Vk, tlrf. oa.
d biggest bargain in
-jw patterns nave a reta l
Tmttin DH., OEaalw, Xk,
JEWETT FOUND NOT
GUILTY OF CHARGE
OF SLAYING INFANT
(Continued on Pago Two.)
off the train, looking for the package
with tho baby. Ho then went entirely
through the train searching for the baby,
but gave no alarm and told no one, but
continued his trip on to Crelghton.
Asked why he wanted to take tho body
to Crelghton. he satd that the Crelgh
ton undertaker might bury It there,
When asked by Mrs. Adams It she should
go with him from tho hotel to take the
baby to the homo ho replied It was not
necessary It she could fix It so he could
carry It. Asked In regard to telling sev
eral persons that tho baby was well
after Its death he said he did so to keep
the news of Its death from his wife.
Jowett closed his testimony at 10 o'clock
and Mrs. Adams, the main witness was
recalled to correct a few denials In the
Tho argument for the prosecution was
opened by County Attorney Henry Men-
ecko and followed by Attorney Joe Cook
and A. W, Jefferls for the defense. At
torney Dolezel of Fremont, who assisted
In tho prosecution, made the closing ar
gument, whleh finished the case near S
o'clock this evening. Judge Troup gave
his Instructions, which were lengthy, and
tho caso went to the Jury at 6:30. At 9
o'clock tho Jury returned a verdict of
Tho regular panel of the court has
been dismissed until December 15.
VILLA TO EYACUATE JUAREZ
(Continued from Pago One.)
large French mlnlrwr company operating
near the city having given food and
water to tho federal troops during tho
slego of Uuaymas.
huerta onnims ma hi,i:ction
Officer Instructed to Hen netnrna
NBW YORK, Nov. 21-The facsimile of
printed Instructions which purport to bo
thoto Issued by General Huerta, In prepa
ration for the recent presidential election
In Mexico, has been received here. A
translation of tho document Is Interesting
as showing somo of the precautions taken
by General Huerta In keep himself In
The Instructions apply particularly to
the state ot Pucbla and read In part as
1. It any of the municipal nresldents
are In league with any of the revolu
tionary parties, they must be removed
from office discreetly, so that there mav
be entire co-operation between the mu
nicipal presidents and tho Jeres politico!.
2. It Is especially advisable that thn
men appointed to supervise the polling
shall bo trustworthy persons who will
unhesitatingly obey any orders slvrn to
3, If there It still time, orders are to
made pure kept pure I
EMM DO NOT EXPOSE BEER TO SUNI IfiHT UUmHKH !
Il KEEP COVERED IN A DARK COOL PLACE. M' '
HJ(JJ(JJH(SjHtBJHBBM tf may coaipuiM raar4lt lk pack UiliJnBiBpjjpjjpajJLB,.
pjppsasss ktmdlf ntmrm thla all ai oara 1la partlnaUra. HBaHMHH
I mm I tummmn Maastr mmbsiwww """"
I" Thi Pitir Schoinhofin Brewine Company jlJl j
HSAt ftCTURN BOTTLES AND CASC AS SOON AS CMPTV I H V.
. aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii . If
Peter Schoenhofen Brewing Co.
tacitly admits by the warning
on their caution slip repro
duced above that light affects
the quality of beer that the light
bottle is insufficient protection.
It is not enough to make pure
beer it must be protected from
Schlitz in Brown Bottles is pure
and wholesome from the brew
ery to your glass.
" iS that crown or cork
is branded VSchlitg"
be given that booths Intended to receive
the votes of persons living on ranches
shall not bo Installed In the towns or
villages corresponding to the ranches,
but in one of the ranches, so that the
watchers may not attend, the principal
object aimed nt being 1o omit elections
In at least two-thirds of the polling booths
in enon uistrict. Kor this reason not
more than booths are to bo Installed
in your dirtrirt.
4. Blank ballots will be used In the
polling booths whleh may be established,
so thnt the absolute majority of votes
coai nmi give me rollowmg result:
President General Vlctorlano Huerta.
vice President-General Aurellnno
S In spite ot the fact that artlnln XI
prescribes that the returns bo sent di
rectly to tho "hamber of deputies, tho
supervisors must be Instructed to- turn
them over to thn 1r nniiti,n i,. win
OTnmlne them, and if he finds that they
ari In accord with these Instructions, he
will return thorn to the supervisor with
Instructions to send them to the chnmber
of deputies. If the Jefe politico finds
that moro than one-third of the polling
booths In the district have been utilized
he will omit the forwarding of a suf.
flclent number of retiit-rtii an thnt h
chamber of deputies shall .not have re
ceived returns from more, than one-third,
(t. Complete llbertV mint hA crnnlml in
citizens and political parties In nil booths
where votes are to bo permitted to he
coHt, so that they may formulato pro
tests of any description so long
as the protests are against viola
tion of tho law by partisans of any of the
candidates In the electoral contest, but In
no case must such protest bo allowed to
Interfere with thp object set forth In part
for these Instructions
7. If the exHmlnallcin hv ihi tK.
tlco reveals that the returns do not corre
spond with thse Instructions, they will
makn whatever arrangements may be
necessary, so that the returns shall cor
respond entirely with tho said Instruc
tlons. KINSFOLKS FILL WHITE HOUSE
(Continued from Pac One )
pect to entertain some of tho White
House guests and members of tho bridal
party at an Informal luncheon on Tues
day, Colonel William W. Harts, V. S. A..
chief aide to President Wilson, an
nounced tonight the list of aides for the
wedding as follows:
Lleutonont Commander Nccdham I.
Jones, V. B. N., naval aide to tho presi
dent, and the secretary of the navy; Dr.
Cary T. Grayson, U. S. N.; Lieutenant
Richard S. Galloway, U, P. N.i Ueuton-
ant F. A. Todd. U. 8. N.,' IJoutcnant
John J. London, U. S. N.; Lieutenant
Harold F Wlrman, U, S. M, C; IJoutcn
ant H. B. Closrrtt, U. ts. A.; Charles
Rockwoll, U. B. A.; Lieutenant J. S. Mc
Haffoy, U. 8. A.; Lieutenant Joseph P.
Aleshlre, IT. S ,Aj Lieutenant James A.
Dorst, 17. 8. A.
Tho aides wilt bo In attendance on tho
diplomatic corps and official guests gen
erally. necelves I.l.vc M'nssum,
Among the wedding gifts received at
tho White House today was a llvo pos
sum addressed to President Wilson.
"Wo have noticed." wroto Dr. J. If.
Wood of Roxle, Miss., "that you havo
been receiving possum without potatoes
and potatoes without possum. Hoping
that your potatoes have not beln ex
Phones: Doug. 1597: IndAA
SchliU Bottled Deer .Depot
7a3 S. 9th Street. Omaha, Nebr.
Phone 44 ,
Hv. Gerber, ioi S.Mala St.
1 Council Bluils
hausted, wo are sending you another pos
sum. If you think it worth while turn
him over to the xoo, but otherwise shroud
him In yellow yams."
Tho letter also described the animal a.
a "grave yard possum." President Wl -son
nad It shipped tp. tho zoo.
GOMPERS IS AGAIN ELECTED:
(Continued from Pago One) .
. .. . - I
tho Photo Engravers' union was unan
Mortimer Donaghue of Butte. Mont.,
was chosen delegate to the Canadian
Trades and Labor congress.
A conference of delegates was held
last night at which It was agreed to placo
John P. White on the executive board, an
John Mitchell had desired.
This removed all talk of opposition to
fcatnuel Gompers for tho presidency.? Tho
election of Mr. Gompers today was un
animous, except thnt William Kneerr.
delegate of the Utah Federation ot Lhbor.
aeked to be recorded In opposition, is he
had been Instructed so to vote. Ills' dec
laration was received with Jeers and thero
vas a great demonstration wncn Gompers
was declared elected. ' '
' Convention l.nt-irni.- .t-n.i.i.
President Gom0crs closed the conven-
tlon with an address In which he said,
no former convention had been so lnrcelv
ttiicnuwi ooin ny ueiegates and visitors.
Ho announced that the executive council
would meet ln Seattle next Monday.
The honors of tho closing hours wcro
shnred by President Gompers with John
Mitchell. Shortly before adjournment a
resolution was adopted Instructing' tho
executive council to draw up- resolutions
expressing regret at tho retirement of
Btcond VIco President John Mitchell.
Thero wero long cheers while Mr Mltjcholl
went to the platform and shook hands
Mitchell mado ft farewell speech In
which ho exhorted the delegates to
organize the'unklllcd men and the women
workers and to help the children. . For
himself ho said ho was moro Interested
ln the organization of women.
t-hnrch' Cornerstone Laid,
CENTRAL CITY, Neb., Nov. 23.-(Spo
clal.) Tho corner stono of tho new
Presbyterian church was laid with' ut
propriato exercises Friday afternoon at
1:20 o'clock. Tho Rev. A. B. Marshall,
D. D., president or the Theological
somlnary, Omaha, delivered a brief ad
dress. Safes Ilnltlieil nt Arlington.
ARLINGTON, Neb., Nov. 23.-(Speclat.)
Tho safes of all three elevator com
panies of this placo were broken Into
and robbed of their contents last night.
Tho loss was small as the companies
do not put much In their safes.
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later." The sheriff did.