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TI1E BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY &0, 1914.
CLEARANCE of LINENS
All Remnants of Table Damask,
Crashes, Glass Toweling, Odd half
dozen Napkins, that which have ac
cumulated during our January Linen
Sale, at prices much less than regu
lar for tomorrow (Friday).
A Clearance of All Silk Remnants left from the Jan
uary Sales. Watch thin paper for particulars.
MCftUMD J AMD SIXTEENTH TRCET
STATE RELIGION FOR CHINA
Yuan Sbi Eai Proposes to Make Con
fucianism Official Creed.
COUNCIL POSTPONES . ACTION
Proposal la Tnken na Indication n(
Monnrchlnt Designs of Execu
tive Ilellnlona Freedom
ROADS FAIL JTOOBEY ORDER
Iowa Bail Commission Will Bring
Test Suit at Once.
FT. DODGE SWITCHING OHABGES
Jlnnk of Luvrrne Untered toy 'llol
bers" Who Fnll to Hrenk Open
-nl( Hiid Get )!,
(Frorn,a:.taff. Correspondent) ,
DB3 JIQlrJES-Jan.- .-(poo'lal Tele
pram.)' The Statu Railroad commission
has directed that suit bo commenced,
pffttlnst various railroads centering at
I'ort Dodge to compel them to reduce
switching charges In accordance with the
order or the board sonic time ago. The
railroads hnve refused to put In 1 rat0"
nnd claim that the commission lias no
authority. A test will be made of the
Mnntc lit Lucerne Hobtieit.
The Bank of LUverne, a private Initltu
tlon at Luverne, Kossuth county, wa
visited by robbers, who escaped with 1300
Sn cash" and 3W worth of tamps The
PEKINO, China, Jan. 29.-A bill pro
scribing the worship of heaven and of
Confucius by tho president of the Chinese
republic was passed today by thn ad
ministrative council which took the place
of the Chinese Parliament recently dis
solved by President Yuan Shi Kal. The
measure was submitted to tho council by
Yuan Shi Kal himself.
It Is understood that the president's
Idea is to set an example to the Chinese
nation, which ho thinks needs the moral
building influence of religion. Tho presi
dent will worship at tho Temple ot Con
fucius, and at tho Temple of Heaven an
nually In the samo way as the Manchu
emperors did, but without wearing tho
dlndein, It was said that tho proposal
would be taken ns another Indication of
Yuan 8hl Kal's monarchlal designs.
MUslonnrles Onnose Steiiu.
The question ot ,the Identification of a
state religion has created considerable
Controversy in. China, the Christian mis
-. 1 1
ivimiiuo ui an socis opposing sucn a
Hep. The constitution adopted, by the
Chinese Parliament jnade no provision for
any Mate religion, but for some months
a Confucian revival movement has been
congratulate your majesty ov this addl- representatives In China not. only of
tonal tie of closer communication fat Christianity, but of Mohammedanism,
tween tho United .States and Germany." Taoism and Buddhism to oppose the
auwjuuu vi ti. bih religion
A waa contemplated when Yuan BhI
Kill fUnanlvnfl TAt-!iiitv.h t i.mihi.i
J l1 T T I . vast ciu.ltlIUOI,f U-
at the Bear Dance fcrr?
ministry and eleht mimkni nr ii nr...
SIOUX FAt.18, B. D., Jan. 29.-(Spj- Identlal secretarial, minnf,. n .
cla!.)-The. .B'.u ;?nt,.,ttns' i? ,d8yo: rtn proposed by President Yuan BhI Kdl,
toes of tho brutal sun dance and war tvho exercised practically entire control,
dance, have drawn the line on tho bear .,'. ... ,
dance andc0,..ca. the arrest of a womm. -. & "jan" aTS
who danced It at an entertainment nt ni''SS:.J?' t.!
which a nUnr of .Indian, wW guests; -T V 5 "tlt?"
ouuii unyu irueuuin oi re-
GOMPERS REPLIES TO
ATTACKS OF MINERS
OH THE FEDERATION
(Continued from Page- One.)
obtained the figures from a statistician
employed, by the federal government and
thatthcy applied to all classes ot laborers
as a. whole, '
"I sQpposo t shall have to submit to
Interruption from every ono of the 1,510
delegates, If they desire," Mr. Dampers
said. "They have their rights as dele
gates, while I have none.
"It Is absurd to say that the miners,
the tailors, the carpenters, the women
who work In the sweatshops or any of
tho tollers ot the land, If you please, are
worse off now than fourteen years aiV.
Tho Htatement is so bereft of reason that
I prefer to leave it with you than try
to answer It myself."
IJenlea Policy of Obstruction.
Mr. Oompcrs denied that the federation
had placed obstacles In tho path ot In
dustrial unionism, but on the contrary,
hd said, had encouraged It wherever pos
sible) And had urged the amalgamation of
"Tho American Federation of Labor
cannot say 'you must amalgamate,' " he
continued. "Would tho miners obey, if
the federation should say 'You must sep
arate?' Wo havo as much authority one
way as the other. It Is an outrage to
lay the failure of Industrial unionism t$
the federation. The men and women In
tho labor movement are human beings
and cannot be moulded In an Instat t)
sun me desires of any one. They must
bo made to see tho advantages of the
Indians Draw Line
The entertainment 'was 1n -progress
a school house near the border ot the
I llulnn " ..rrinlnl. I,. . i .
Pine Itldgo Indian reservation.. and. those r"" -"7"""T
present. Including both Indians and lnl.traUvo M
2iteB.X Wo 7 aRmlxed tlood SfSSx C"B,0U8 IMm ,n Chlna' howover' ,s
Mrs. Kstello Wo f, a mixed blood SIoUx- guaranteed by at least a doxen treaties
woman, appoarcd on the scene and tak- ,. , . "j , ."
Ing the floor Introduced those present to JfuT KiEl Y .
a modern dancoln Ihe form ot the hear aJl S nJKaV W r""
. liar ones are ureat Britain. Belgium, Don
aance. . .-..i, ....... A
In a moment the entertainment broke ',' '--.- ""..1' t?nu !
P n a riot, and on complaint of prac- Kftl.B conslltutlonal advlBer ,s an A
tlcally all thos present Mrs. .Wolf wa lrll. Pn .MMlr ThL" I.
arrested. As there was doubt about tho
dancing ot the bear danco being a vlo
lutlon of tho state statutes she wan
rubbers, failed to blow open tho vault nj,4Pm,rt .ut. .inl, rnfnnB. iiYTiv nmi
ana hence tneir naui was nov mruo. i
Is thought they escaped on a train which
went drth this morning. This -Is the
first batiK robbery reported In Iowa In
NO TARIFF TINKERING
NOW, SAYS UNDERWOOD
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29. Representa
tive Underwood '$f Alabama, democratic
leader ot the. hourt, W a. 1itatmo,t to
day serve. notice that there would ibo
no UnkerlhK 'with tho new tariff law at
jthls session of congress. Ills declara
tion was called forth ns tho result of
the Introduction ot bills In the houso
within tho last few days which wouid
repeal the "collection at the source' re
ture ot the income tax act. He Is chair
man of tho ways and means committer
which has charge ot all such measures.
It Is safo to say," Mr. Underwood
asserted, ''thaf no bills affecting the new
tariff will have consideration At this ses
sion. The Income tax law Is a- part nt
the new tariff law."
Representative Hull of Tennessee, au
thor of the Income tax law, declared to
day that complalhtB of the .administration
of the law were premuture and urged
that criticisms bo withheld until the Utw
had Veen full tested.
threatening language, growing' out of her
disinclination to stop tho bear danco
when ordored to do so. Alio waa takn
Into court and compelled to pay a fine.
Advices rocelved here on the movement
to revive Confucianism haVe stated that
rcllfflonlsta other than. Christians have
not demurred at public participation in
Watchman is Slain
by Freight Thieves
CHICAOO, Jan. 29. Hundreds of city-
bound commuters today, gating through
ruxranunau, Pa.Jan. 29. Ponnsyl. misty, car windows into the drlrxlo. were
vahla passenger trainee 19, New YorktaTtled-at the figure of ,a,man propped
Three Men Killed in
Green and Lamar i
Set Into Debate ;
jn the SenatQ
WABIUNGTON, Jan. 23.-Davld Lamar
got into the, senate debate again today
and was openly referred to by Senator
Newlanda as Vthe wolf of "Walt street"
Senator Lanflwaa criticizing. Mr. New-
land'a committee for ..refusing . to hear
testimony by JVIIIIam: ir.Green,of Crelgh-
ton, Nob., on his resolution tp Inquire
whether tho United States Steel corpora
tion had received Illegal rebates from
The committee, when it developed that
Green refused to testify Unless ho could
name d certain attorney to make thf
investigation .amended Mr. 7ano'a reso
lution for transmission to Attorney Gen
eral McRcynolds and the Interstate Com
merce commission merely for Informa
Senator Lane attackea the committee's
roport as. partial and Incomplete and de
clared the system of executive sessions
furnished "legislative rdt liolfj down
which tho rights of tho' people dlsap
pear." Mr. Nowlands quoted Green as
having said Lamar presented the rcso
lutlon to Senator Lane.
"Let the record sh6w this man's name
Is not Lamar, but that he Is masqderad
Ing under an assumed name," Inter
rupted Senator Bacon. 1
The subject went over until tomorrow,
EMPEROR WILLIAM SENDS
WIRELESS TO WILSON
WABlflttGTON. Jan. ;-Eroperor Wil
llam'a acknowledgement of President WU
non's birthday nrcetlncs Is said to hav4
been the first official wireless messige
between the United States und Germany.
The emperor's, reply was at the State
department today, where a suitable re
sponse, was being framed. Tito wireless
camo across the Atlantlo to a commer
cial station at Tuckcrton. N. J., on over
land wire to Washington.
President Wilson's response to ISmpenr
William, sent late, today by cable, was
"I have been gratified to receive your
majesty's courteous message of greetings
pent by means ot the new transatlantic
radio station at Ulvese, Germany, and I
to Pittsburgh, was wrecked near Cohe
maugh, Pa., "today when It ran Into a
freight train going west' Three members
of the crew ot the train were kilted and
number of passengers Injured. Tho
passenger train was running at high
speed, wthen. as It rounded a curve, the
ngineer saw the lights of the freight
train directly In front He applied emer
gency brakes, but the heavy cnnluo
crashed Into the caboose, killing A. I
nttchle, conductor, and A. Lelchllter,
brakeman, of Youngwood, Pa., and It.
rarneii, nagman, AltoOna. Pa.
Tho engine and tho mall car on the na. .fcH ...
ociinv, 1, mil wbid uwuiicu, oiocaing inrje
iracKs. passengers wero tossed about by
w ww cqiuaion, uut none was
A heavy fog hung over tho vallov m
the engineer of the Passeneer trsln w.
unahlo to sco tho signals .of the. -auto
matic dioch system, with which tho
envision is equipped.
Bandits Sack and
7" YL. -V u,e l""h ot th lnto Resident WU
iJUrn JjUian-UIlOW liam JIcK,n''- The principal celebnv
r ..... . .. yon of "McKlnley day" was to tak,
bandits today sacked-and burned Tirtu.
any tne entire city of Lit
the province of Ngan-Hwel.
wife and children,
wiottiwnwni. . - .
ally the entire city of Lluan-Chow. Tn " . .BI . 1,1 wn"
imvlnrA-n -M-i.ti-..i ' TU carnauon in mem-
ory of the
Big Eaters Get
Take Salts at first sign of Blad
der irritation or
The American men and women must
guard constantly against Kidnty trouble,
tec&use we eat too much and all our food
Is rich. Our blood Is filled with urie add
which th kidneys strive to filter out
they we&kfn from overwork, become
lu(giih; the limlc&tive tissues clog and
the result Is kidney trouble, bladder
weak&ets and a general decline In health.
When your kidneys feel like lumps of
I tad; ou back hurts or the urwe la
cloudy, full of fairont or you ore
otyllgtd to seek relief two or three times
during the night; if you suffer with sick
headaoh or dlscy, nsrvous spells, acid
stomach, or you have rhcumtalsm when
the w rather Is Md, tt from your phar
maclrt about Jur eunees' of Jad Salts
take a tablespoonful In e. glass of water
tefore breakfast for a few days and yout
Mneys will then act, fine, ThU fameus
alts Is made from the arid ot grapa
d lemon Jul 05, combined with llthla.
Mt4 has been ase4 for generations to
flush ,ad stlwulate clogged- kidneys; to
Mutralise the adds 1 the urine ao It no
ipr.etr U a aure fit hrHtle, thus end
lag frjaaoer iissrowis.
Js4 KKs Is lattflv; esanot injure,
mxVt a mwhIsI ffmrscceat llthl
w'str bTr(. and belongs In ever)
oma, beeaoses neo'y oaa make a tnls.
take by havtsg a good kidney flushing
any tinted Advertisement
up against the muddy, embankment bt
When the police camo they found that
ho had been shot three times In the back
ot the head. He was Identified as Gil
son Gllhooloy, a watchman employed to
protect railroad property against the In
cursions of thlevos, who Infest tho West
ern Indiana railroad yards at 'Fifty
fourth street, where the body was found.
After the crlmo the murderers posed
tho body In the posturo In which It waa
observed, the potlce bellevo. and then
tossed nway tho pistol with which the
McKinley Day is
Observed m Ohio
COLUMBUS, O., Jan. 29.-Many thoUs-
ands .of carnations were worn and
memorial services were held at somo
points throughout the state today in ob.
riervaneo ot tho seventy-fifth anniversary
looteil city, but H Is believed they hlvl uttonleres In memory of the dead prc.l-
4 . 1 ngni
noi oeen injured.
The brigands annarntlv
with the banda commanded by "White GENERAL FUNSTON LANDS
..v.. navo jor a, conslderab lei T nut rnlnninn
time been ravaging, the eastern cart of l om rnIMOaWU
inn iirovincoi llo-Nan.
FIRE AT MANCHESTER, N. H
SENATOR CULLOM'S FUNERAL
Brief Service is Held at tatc Home
BODY TAKEN TO SPRINGFIELD
It Will Lie In State In Illlnola Stnte
Itonne Senate Foreign neln- ,
tlon Committee At
WASHINGTON, Jan. 29.-After a brief
funeral service 'at the' Culfom homo here,
the body of former Sehator Shelby M.
Cullotn waa started for Springfield on
a train leaving at 11:45 a. pi.
After funeral services, during which his
body ' will He tn the Illinois state house.
It will be burled there. Dr. Charles Wood,
a Presbyterian minister and a close
friend of the former senator, told today i
how Mr. Cullom had changed his bellnf
In eternity, after writing his own mem
oirs. The former senator concluded thut
work with an expression ot doubt that
ho had found anything In his reading of
tho scriptures to warrant belief In' a
"In the last few months, his feelings
changed completely." said Dr. Wood, "He
told me he believed. In God and Christ
and Immortality and added:
" 'I want to mako at .the first oppor
tunity a statement of my simple creed, to
insert atter the last chapter of- my recol
lections to correct the dqubt expressed
on a dark day when, the light was-dlrm' "
To honor' .the memory of Mr. Cullom,
for many years chairman of ..the senate
foreign relations committee, that com
mlttee today postponed Us deliberations
on the general arbitration treaty with
Great Britain and other powers.
The senate does not appoint official
committees to attend funerals of Its
former members, but the entire member
ship of the. foreign relations -committee
attended the services at his house.
U. S, Appeals Court
,0. IS'fepn-OroW Latf
ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. Jan. .-The Jim
crow law ot Oklahoma was Upheld by a
declsfon of the United States circuit court
ot appeals hero today.
The court affirmed the decision of the
district court at Kansas City, which re
fused to award William J. Thompklns,
negro, damages' of $00,000 because ot
an attempt made to enforce the "Jin)
Crow" law against him.
Thompklns bought railroad and Pull
man tlckota from Kansas. City to Mc
Alester, Okl., over the Missouri, Kansas
& Texas railroad. At the Oklahoma lino
Thompkins Vag informed that he must
leave the "white1 car and enter a negro
coach. He refused and was .ordered off
tho train, A disturbance resulted ana
Thompklns was, arrested, ;and fined $15.
FOREIGNERS DRIVE YANKEES
FROM NEW "ENGLAND FARMS
BOSTON, Jan. .29. The Yankee Is being
ousted from the farms of .New England
by settlers of foreign blood, according to
the Stnte Board of Agriculture's annual
report issued today.
"The only thing that may still save
the day for native Americans Is tho
uso of more machinery n'nd of more scien
tific methods," the Tcport says.
"We -have seen the Polish people take
possession ot the Connecticut valley
within the last few years', and In certain
of our hill towns Jews' and Canadians
are taking up tho land and making- a
living where our older cltlsens havo
failed. The "Portuguese ar& rapidly ac
quiring land, and there are large settle
ments of still other nationalities begin
ning in other sections."
OF TWO REMARKABLE CLEARING
SALES AT THIS STORE SATURDAY
We do not want to carry over a single garment; our entire
stock at your disposal at less than half the regular prices.
EVERY TAILORED SUIT- Jpjfl SL
That nold un to ftW.BO. ........ KJ"K5&1 sHvIsbbbbb
EVERY WOMAN'S DRESS-
xnni SOU! up 0 IKIU.OU T Ml
EVERY SET OF PURS
. . s
That sold up to 10.(50. . . ,
EVERY WOMAN'S COAT $ fyjhW
flint, nnlrl nn tn atnn Rfl SMSlP tjJW
m m m
sStsw MlB nsS
mum ssssssb sssssss
h mm mm
1 Wl BBBBBSl
The real cold -weather is yet to come snow storms
and zero weather are ahead of us.
WILL BUY YOUR CHOICE SATURDAY
ONLY OF EVERY LADIES' SUIT,
POAT, DRESS OR FURS THAT FOR
MERLY SOLD AS HIGH AS $25 00.
Every garment positively from tho regular Julius OrkJa stock.
Watch for complete details of snlo In this paper Friday night-
1SXO POTTOX2.S ST.
WOMEN ASKING FOR BEST
BUTTER BOOST THE PRICE
CHICAGO, Jan. 23. Tho general custom
of women demanding the most select
grades of butter for their tables has
caused the .retailers to put their prices
up to a point not Justified by wholesale
prices, according to a statement today
by J. n. Mltchell,--prc!dcnt of the Chi
cago Butter and Egg board.
"ine actual uumrenco oeiwccn me most
fancy grades and tho ticxt grades of
good butter ' Is so slight that tho ' pur
chaser frequently puya a 23 pec cent In
crease In prlco for not more than 2 or 3
per cent Improvement In quallt)r," Mr.
Mrs. Jane lfniie,
' fiUiHOUN; Neb., Jan'. 23.-(SpecIal )
Mrs. 'Jane llahey died yesterday at her
home, four miles east of this pface. after
an Illness of two- weeks from nervous
breakdown Incident to advanced age. She
was 81 years of age and had lived hero
about forty years. James Haney, her
husband died about twenty-five years
ago. Three sons and two daughters vur-.
Vive, Clark Haney of Springfield, Neb.,
John A.- Haney' of' Gretna, "Neb., Georso
Hanef ' of Fremotit, "' Neb'.," Mfs. Sarah
Ford of Arlington and Mrs. Amy Cal
vert of Elkhorn. Burial will be on Fri
day at 11 o'clock.
Fred Von Be'rare.
OXFOHD, Neb., Jan. 29.-(Speclal.)-Fred
Von Berge died at his home. In East
Oxford, today about 12 o'clock. Mr. Von
Berge had been a resident of Oxford for
the last eight years, coming here .from
Chicago He. leaves. one married daughter,
living In Kansan City; a son and daugh
ter, living at home, besides his wife. De
ceased was past 00 years ot age, and a
prominent member of the German Luth
eran church of East Oxford. Funeral will
take placo Saturday and Interment will
take place In the Oxford cemetery
Mm, Xnncy J. Ilobblnn.
EliKHOItN, Neb., Jan. .-(3pectal,V-
Mrs. Nancy J, Bobbins died at her homo
adjoining Elkhorn Tuesday of pneumonia,
aged 57 years. Tho body was taken to
Ewlng, Neb., for burial. She Is survivcl
by- one .son, William. They rnovod here
one year ago from Holt, county, Nebraska.
BAN FBANCISCO. Jan. 29. Brigadier
General Frederick Funston arrived from
Hawaii today on the liner Ventura and
left tonight for Texas City, Tex., to
take command of the Second division
MANCHESTER, N. II. Jan. I0.ThJot the .American troooa alonir th
wercnanta racnange building, the most Mexican border temporarily, pending
Important retail block in tho city, burned the arrival from tho Philippines next
today. The toss will exceed o00,0&0. The Prlng ot Major Qeneral J. Franklin
nuiiaing was a four-story brick structure H to tako permanent command. Gen
and in It were located the Barton com- Funston wilt fill In tho gap of time
pany, a department store; tlle M. Fol-l"ued by the transfer of Qeneral Wil
som company's dry goods store: Mer. Ham II. Carter from the border to Ghl
chants National bankt Illtieboro County cEo and who goes to Hawaii in March
tsavings bank and the main office ot the
western Union Telegraph company. The Mason Receive Dearrees.
fire originated on the fourth floor ot the DEADWOOD, 8. D., Jan. 29. (Special.)
Folsom store. Two firemen were In. A clMB ot eighteen candidates from
Jurcd by a falling wall. The fire neces. Points west of the Missouri river In this j
sltated the closing ot the city's electric I are receiving the degree from tho
light and power plant. I xourtn to the thirty-socond Inclusive at
the forty-fourth rounion ot the Black
Hills consistory No. S, Scottish Bite
Masons. The main feature of this reunion
Is the prosecnt ot Judge Taubman ot
Aberdeen, sovereign grand Inspector gen-
tiivm.nAti t. t. ..-,,. ..Ial of the state, and the active thirty
DAVENPORT. Ia., Jan. .-The Second ,,,,.: .- , r..
una utaiiitt iitulfiimui vuilHruMloIiai
committee this afternoon named Harry
Hull ot Williamsburg as ' the republican
candidate for congress In the election to
be held February 10. Mr. Hull la to fill
the vacancy caused by the refusal of
Wllllfcm E. Hayes ot Clinton to accept
the nomination tendered him by the
recent republican district convention.
FORT DODGE PHONE COMPANY
FIGHTING LABOR TROUBLES
FORT DODGE. Ia., Jan. 23. (Special
Telegram.) On top of an overwhelming
detect of a proposed franchise for an In.
crease ot rates yesterday, the Fort Dodge
Telephone company today grappled with
labor troubles. Tho company discharged
eight union men today.
The rerslattent and Judicious Use ot
Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to
CHANGE. OP DATE AND LOCATION
Dr. Woods Hutchinson
Y. HI. C. A. AUDITORIUM
FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 8 P. M.
Under tho Auspices of tho
TRI-CITY BARACA. UNION
.All tickets sold for the lecture at the First Methodist, Church.
Saturday are good at this lecture. General admission, 50c.
CITY COMMISSION CHANGES
AGITATING CITIES IN DAKOTA
RAPID CITY, S. D., Jan. 29.-(Speclat.)
Agitation ot Ih cquestlon ot reducing
the city commission hero from five to
three members at the coming aprlng elec
tion, has beepme a .public debate and
fi;pm. present Indications, the change will,
ba nut into effect,' following, the action..
,ot Sioux Falls and .other communities in
tho state operatmK unuer m.'o iiuuw
form of, government, which tried out the
five-commissioner plan ana inen lurneu
to. the three-commlsslpne.r plan, Aberdeen
is now engaged in the same agitation and
is figuring on- reducing to three. Lead
City adopted the threo-commlssloner plan
from tho start and claims tnat it is en
tirely effective. The change Is advocated (
hero more from the standpoint of ef f I-j
clency than economy and It Is probable
that tho question will shortly be put Into
the hands of p. public commltteo to in-,
vestlgato thoroughly and report. Lad,
Bello Fourche and Rapid City are tho
threo Black Hills cities that are now
operating under tho conynleslon torm.
I COAL BARGAINS I
linker's llnnU AVnntii In.
W AnTrivflTrw .Tnn. M. Tho
National bank ot New York City today
made formal application ror memnersmp
In the federal reserve banking system.
Tho First .National Is one ot tho largest
banking Institutions in the country and
generally Is known as George F. Baker's
Jhmrm f Only Onm
LbxbHvb Bromo QalninB
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DR. TODD'S RESEARCH
la dentistry has eliminated tho uso of all unsanitary partial plates, sub
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OFFICE 403 BRANDEIS BUILDING
REPUBLICANS OF SfeCOND
IOWA NOMINATE HULL
SAPHO, KRUG, SIX REELS, Be and 10c,
Thsodore U Blttenbender, aged 40. and
Mable U Heath, aged 16 years, both of!
h election Is for the mimosa of choos. Columbus, were licensed to marry by the i
Ing a successor to the late Representative county court and tho ceremony was per-
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