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THE REE: OMAHA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1014.
AS MEXICO CHIEF
Plate. Resignation Before Dele
gate, in General Conference
of Southern Leaden.
QUESTION FIERCELY DEBATED
Desaltory Flchllna on 411 dea at
Xmea Marks Opening of At
lark on Town kr V a r
tltrfRl. HI I.I.KTIN.
MEXICO rlTV. Oct. 4-Shortly before
midnlghl tonight the delegate to the gen
eral conference of southern chiefs rejected
by an almost unanimous vote the reslg-na-tlnn
of Wmrriil Venustlan? Carrana aa
flrnt chief cf the constitutionalists.
A commission wu nt to the national
palace to ask Oeneral Carrsnsa to accept
once muro supreme rower.
MEXICO CITY. Ih-t. 4-lcnersl Venus
tiano Carrsnia placed his resignation as
first chief of the constitutionalist before tendance, disorder In experienced thla
the delegate to the general conference J year then ever before. The bl crowd
. ..,.ik. ni,.i. .h.,Mi. hfnp. I nvwki"",',lll Itself with tha wholesome en
of southern chief shortly before clock afforded bv the attraction and
tonight. From that time until a lata hour
tonight the queetlon of whether tha
resignation ahould be accepted waa
fiercely debated with no Immediate
prospect of a vote.
Orator opposed to the cceptance of
General Carrama's withdrawal were re
peatedly cheered by dclegste and spec
tator. A motion waa made that tha flrat
chief be Informed that It would be Im
posalbl to accept hla patriotic act of
abenagatlon, but the hour passed with
out a vote being taken on the motion
wing to the turmoil In the chamber.
Flahtlaa at ar.
NACO, Sonora. Mexico, Oct. I De
sultory fighting on all aide of the town
marked the opening tonight of the attack
by Governor Maytorena' Vllllnta force
on General nenjamln Hill' troop which
have been entrenched here for a week.
Although both side are ulng machine
run. Maytorena' troop aeem to have
aoma heavier pieces of artillery than the
defender of the town. American troop
patrolled the International boundary and
turned back wounded men who sought
refugee medical attention In Naco, Arfi.
Taqal tilve. Warnlna.
Maytorena' troop have been reported
advancing on Nnco, Bonorn, for two or
three day. Hun da of Valuta coming
down the arroyoe Juat before dark to
night gave warning that the battle wa
bout to bexin.
Hill' force were defeated last by May
torena forces at Santa Barbara, east of
here, In an encounter In which a round
100 men were killed or severely wounded.
Throat and Lia Trouble
Quickly helped by Dr. Kin-1 New Dis
covery. The first oaa help. Best rem
edy for coughs, cold, and lunc disease
M cent and 11.09. An druggist. Ad
vertisement. EMPERORS WILL
MEET IN WAR OF
x LIFE AND DEATH
(Continued from Page One.)
Tha German batteries which had been sup
porting the Infantry attack were silenced
by Kuhalan artillery. The enemy then I
rru .or a distance o: tilght miles, pur-
ued by Coaaack, who croaed the river
by mean of the pontoon bridge whloh
me uerman had built.
Advance on Transylvania.
A correspondent of tha Exchange Tela.
graph company at Rome say a dlsDstoh
ha been received from Bucharest saying
that after occupying the principal cities
ox Mukowina (a crown land of Auatrl
Hungary), tha Russian have begun an
advance on Transylvania. Austria, hop
ing to defeat thla aerloua menace, ha
concentrated In the weal Carpathian ev
ral army corp. and a big battle I Im
Announcement of Staff. t
PETROU RA D, Oct. 4-Th following
orriciai announcement from th general
taff ha been Issued:
"Tha battla at Augustowo continued to
develop with extreme ferocity on October
!. The enemy relaxed hla positions to tha
north of Lake Vlgrl, carrying out furious
attarka on the Bide of Ratchkl and Borgl
mene. In an effort to occupy the western
road leading out of the Augustowo
"On the road to l.od and Schlhllachkl
the first division of tha derma n cavalry
attempted to check the offensive tactic
of th Ruaalan cavalry.
"The engagement took place at dusk
but the aquadrona of the enemy were put
to flight and completely dispersed, sus
taining heavy losses. They carried along
In their rout th Infantry which was pro
"Th Russian troop hve occupied
Raygrod. Kalvary and Mariimpol, !! In
"Indgnlflcant engagement have taken
place In th neighborhood of Klelce, on
the right bank of the Vistula.
"In the Carpathians the Russian troops
repulsed near Mlkoullti an Austrian d
tachment, which lost Us cannon and mlt
Your Sick Child
Look At Tongue
No matter what alia your child, a
gentle, thorough laxatlv should always
be th tuat treatment given.
If your little one 1 out-of-aorts, half
tick. Isn't reeling, eating and acting
i at ui ally look. Mother! If tongug
la coated. Thla 1 a ur sign that It'a
littl stomach, llvsr and bowel are
logged with wasts. When crone. Irri
table, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad
vr ha stomach -achs, diarrhoea, sore
throat, full of cold, glv a teaapoonful
of "California Pyrup of fig,- and In a
few hour all th constipated poison,
undigested food and) our bile gently
move out of tt littl bowel without
griping, and you hav a well, playful
Mothers can rest easy after glvii.f
this harmless "fruit laxatlv," because
it never fall to clean th littl on'
liver and bowala and awaeten th stom
ach and they dearly lev It pleaaant
tasta rull direction for table, chil
dren of all age and for grown-up
printed on each bottl.
lie war of counterfeit fig syrups, Ask
your druggist for a 0-cnt bottl of
"California Byru of Ft;" then see
that it I mad by th "California F!f
Kyrup Company." Advertisement.
MINIONS OF THE
KING DEVOTE THE
SABBATH TO REST
(Continued from I'seT . One
promise to fill nil the garage this week.
Over l.Ono rooms are now listed at the
free Information bureau. 1619 Howard
street, alone- wltV Karate and other In
formation for the service of visitors. Two
large signs are hung at the depot, direct
In nemeomcra to the bureau, and every
possible h"lp I prepared for th accom
modation of tha throngs.
Heard on tkr lllahwar.
?uahlon-footed camels with Ugly fare
prove to be quite docile, and like to tie.
petted. Their capacity for rating tracker
jnrk In immeHsiirahlr. There In alio a
baby camel with an elephant ! apiwtlt.
Home folk! have not an accustomed to
the pHy-aa-you-enter street cars that
when they enter the carnival Kate1!, they
try to push their tickets Into tue tops of
A regular wine press baa lieen erected
near the main entrance, and folki can
see hi malaaa grapes made Into aweet
wine while they quench their thlrat. An
'Id-flehloned cider pre also does a big
Heirarrilaa ,if tha racnrd breaking a t -
t , members, and passe tlie lima
Ithoul resorting to any rough work.
The out-of-town element I much In
evidence, hut doesn't have a whit more
fun tl'fln the Omnhnna, to whom tha
carnival seem a never ceaaina; novelty.
In fad the home tnlent la mor demon
strative, although the country cousin
are far from slow In the heat of the "mail
The thrill produiiers such as the r'erri
wheel and other breath-Inking apparatus,
arn taxed to the Inst notch during tha
evenings, and many an individual suc
ceeds In capturing one of the big basque
dolls thnt are proving so popular with
Among the lunch and refreshment
iKHiths on the lilKhway are two run by
the municipal leagues of Benson and
Florence. In front of the both, of th
Itter Carriers' auxiliary, well known
mall men with meKaphone deliver mole
Invitation to sample tempting pastry and
coffee made by their wives.
Omaha has quite a few freaka of It
own, according to (Tharlea It. Armstrong,
who rune several pit shows on the Plasa.
He says he has been offered a number
of oddities and freak, both human and
animal, lnee the carnival opened in
Omaha. However, he haa txoked none
of them, as he already ha a full house.
"I want a thin husband with a fat
pocketbook," say Mildred Hmlth, the
skeleton giantess. Hlie I seven feet tall,
weigh only eighty-five pounds and Is
t vears of sue. It I said that she Is the
only prepossessing tall girl In the show
Cowboy Jim, our regular little mayor,
was an Interested visitor at Miuiurnia
Frank's wild west. After seelim th
arlat and shoutlnK stunts, he decided
hat he ha no monoinily on the wetrn
stuff. The Arabian dancing horses are
feature of the performance whlcn alune
would make It worth seeing.
It I rumored that like Haroun-al-Raa.
child of old, tha new king mingles Mh
his iveople In the aulae of a common
frollcker, and partakes of the plebian
pleasurea of the city. He this a It may.
fol or king roum won enjoy nirnseii
n Cibola and oo nonor to nia position
In life, and though all the monarcha of
Ak-Hnr-Ben were to comoine ineir regn
ng years they would fnd t hard to dup-
cate such f unmaking aa prevail u mi
them In many wecksbenefltp etaol etshm
Although surprising to the ordinary lay
man, quit a number of the carnival ahow
neoule attended church aervlcea Muntlay,
Borne aatd It wa the first Sunday off for
them In many weeka. and they took ad
vantage of tha Opportunity to ret their
out. Oh. ye, carnival folk have louia,
juat Ilk anybody else. , .
One of the busy booth I the lunch
counter run by the women of the Im
theran Church Aid aoclety. They serve
delicious coffee, pies, sandwiches and soft
drinks, and apply the proceeds to churoh
Among tha military effects on the
grounds eaoh evening Is a bombardment
of red fire directed by Oeneral Orouoh1
from bhlnd smokd glass fortification.
FLAGS ENTWINED BY
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mining the visitor to become acquainted.
There will be luncheon at noon and be
ginning at I o'clock in th afternoon,
isl tor will be entertained with th fol
March Under the Pouble Egi.. Werner
overture William Tell Koasln
Walt Wiener Hint Btrauss
Poutpourrl from the opera ' Frelschurti.
Chorus Hail Mrtght Abode Wagner
Chorus The Heavens Are Telling the
Ulory of God Heethoven
Address of welcome, Val. J. Peter, presi
dent of tne werman-Amrrican alliance.
Peace prayer by Rev. G. J. Jalser and
llev. II. Mengwasser.
Address In English by F. L. llaller of
Soldier Ctioru from "Fnuat".,. .Gounod
Hottl Hymn Hlmrnel
Male Chorus with Orcheatra.
German Addresa by Itobert I Horgel of
Chorus Was Jat dra Peutachen Vater-
' 'and Hlmrnel
Chorus Muttersprache Rnaelsberg
-nix en . norus witn orchestra.
"America" by audience.
(Moving orchestra numbers:
March from "Ijt Prophet" Meyerbeer
uveriuro irom tne opera Sylveeter.
i'outpourrl patrlotlo German songs.
R. NOT AGAINST STATE
PROHIBITION IN OREGON
PORTU4NT). Ore., Oct. 4 Colonel
Theodore Roosevelt sent a message today
tc William K. Johnson of th Antl-SaJoon
league here, denouncing a untru reports
that he had declared agalnt state-wide
prohibition, which la an Issue In Oregon
I this year. Th message read:
I am Informed that rnv nam Is belnr
used by certain saloon leagues and other
trgatilsntlons against the cause of temper
ance, and that statements purporting to
come from me are quoted to give tne Im
pression thst I have declared against
slate-wide prohibition In other slates
where the Issue Is up In thla election.
I have made no statements of any kind
or aort to warrant such use of my name.
Where 1 have apoken at all on the sub
Joct It has been with referenc to the
special needs of the stale on which I
spoke and the uttarancea which I have
inaue are puuue and accessible to vry
AT FALLS CITY SUCCESS
FALLS CITT. Neb.. Oct, 4. - Special
Telegram ) The largest auffrkge parade
ever given In southeast Nebraska was a
feature of yesterday' festival, th luc
re of which wa largely due to the ef
fort of Mr. P. ,T. MoGarr. illxty-flvc
floats and auto, th drum corp from the
national soldiers' horn of Leavenworth.
th Fall City military and carnival
bauds, old soldier and federated trades
vere In Iln. Floral auto and floats
represented: "Enfranchise" State
,, Nebraska Naxt." "Th World's Peace."
th Woman' Christian Temperance union
otub. lodg, school, business house
nd Industrie of all kind. Th four day'
festival has been patronised by Immens
JAPAN REPLIES TO CHINA
Declares Justified in Taking Pos
session of Railway.
ROAD IS PRACTICALLY GERMAN
Caa't Re Reararded aa .Central Prop
erty, and Selaer ef It Therefore
la I'erfeetly Propej"
Part of Mapoa,
TICKING, China, lk f . f - Japan s reply
to China's protest again? the Japanese
occupation of the railway line from Tslng
Tau to Tal-Nan was delivered today.
Japan say. In effect, that It Is plan
ning the complete destruction of the Ger
man base t Talng-Tau and o I Justified
In taking possession of th railway, which
constitutes an Inseparable portion of the
German leased territory In China.
In the first place, the Japanese argu
ment says, the railway Is German owned,
dlredly controlled by the German govern
ment, based on an Imperial charter and
has th character of a public property.
In th second place, the railway cannot
ha regarded as neutral property and
Japan' aeliure of tt does not constitute
a violation of China' neutrality. Tha
Chine proclamation defining the limita
tion of the wr lone doe not ltr th
status of the railway.
Thirdly. It I ald that tha Chines gov
ernment Insist that there ha been no
connection between Tslng-Tau and the
railway since the Japanese Invested
Talng-Tau and o Germany la unable to
utilise the road, but from a Japanese
military standpoint It would be dangerous
to leave a section of the railway In the
rear of the Japanea force In the hands
of the enemy. Indeed. It would be strate
gically Impossible. Th argument con
clude with the assertion that Instance
are not lacking to prove that the Chlneae
government I unable to restrain th Ger
man from utilising th railway for war
like preparation and operation.
Death Has Called
Mother Mrs. Donahoe
Ten minute after .the death of Mr. T.
. Donahoe, wife of Attorney Donaho.
317 California street, a daughter wa
born to her. When the little one entered
the world, life waa almoat extinct, but
Dr. A. E. Mack, the attending phyalrlan.
waa able to save the tiny life by means
of artificial respiration and hot baths.
It was alive lata last night, and Dr. Mack
s confident that it will live.
The operation following Mrs. Donahoe'
death, known In medical circle a the
Caeaerlan sectional operation, 1 rarely
performed successfully, and Is seldom
Mrs. Donahoe died at S o'clock Sunday
morning, heart failure being th direct
csuse. She wa S7 year old and wa born
In Chicago. Beside her husband, four
children survive Mary Kllen, Thomas.
Jr., Kllxabeth and tha daughter born yes
terday. The funeral will b held Tueday morn
ing at S o'clock In Bt. Cecelia' cathedral.
Fortieth and California treeta. Father
Harrington having charge, assisted by
Father Donahoe of Davenport, .(.,
brother-in-law of th deceased. Burial
will be In Holy flepulcher.
Will Colling, a brother, formerly dec
orator with the Brandels stores and later
In business here, but now ' located In
Baltimore, will arrive Monday for th
NEW CASUALTY LIST
GIVEN OUT BY ENGLISH
LONDON. Oct. .-A list of cnsualtle In
the battle of the Alsne, Issued tonight by
th official press bureau. Includes 717 men
nd hon commissioned officer. Hereto
fore, the Hit of this battle have been
confined to officer. Tonight' list shows
66 killed, 8.10 wounded, S3 wounded and
missing, and 909 missing. Of th killed,
the royal field artillery, royal horse ar
tillery. Queen' bay and drajroon guard
An additional list of officer wa Issued,
showing 6 killed, S died of wounds, and 17
THOUSANDS OF GERMAN
PRISONERS ARE CAPTURED
LONDON. Oct. 4 A rrl dispatch to
th EKchanr Telegraph company
numerous Oermn prisoner passed
through varlou French ttlon Friday
night The convoy comprised 1.J46, LS10
and 9R0 prisoner, respectively. They wer
taken from Julsy to Versailles They In
cluded almost an entlr regiment of th
Prussian gurd, with band and ataff
offtcr. fteveral additional train with
prisoner are expected to arriv aoon.
CMI4 Dlffl la Peeallar War.
PLATT8MOCTH. Neb., Oct 4. (Spe
cial.) Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cole, residing
outhwest of Plattamoiith, earn to thl
city yesterday and went to th moving
picture show. After being eated th
mother uncovered hr two-montha-old
daughter and dlcovered that h wa
dead. Th cause of death la unknown, as
th little on waa as well aa usual when
they departed from horn.
Wosaaa'a Aaalllary Meet.
PLATTflMOUTH. Neb.. Oct'.-Ope-clal.)
Tha aeoond annual convention of
th Nebraska Woman' auxiliary of th
diocese of Nebraska waa held In th Ft.
Luke' church In thl c4ty Friday and w
largely attended by delegates from Fall
City, Teoumaeh. Auburn. Nebraska City
nd Wyoming. Mr. an I Mr. Mont Robb
In th Hotel Riley entertained th dele
gate at a luncheoa.
Vl'bece World's Spcd Record
CUaiuplon Motorcycle Rider la
8oen Race Daily
1, 8, 0, 10, 15 aud 'M Mile. .
Kacea start at 4 P. M.
Positively the Greatest Aggregstlon
of tped Demons Ever Assembled In
the t olled Stales.
American Federation of Motorists
Rules Oovern Kach Kvent.
Oar Street from ltfe a a raraaaa.
AflMUsetoa Cat area aae la, gftei
TURPIN'S DANCING ACADEMY
th a4 raraaaa Bt. Hara II 43.
Adult beginner every Monday evening
Adult advanced every Tuedy evening. tKew dances taught la thl
Prlvte leesoo dally: up-to-date dance.
First Children's classes Satunlav afternoon. October 1 0th
Opening assembly Saturday evening. October 10th. OUSM'B OtOgSITIa,
LAND ASSESSMENTS HIGHER
Million and Half Dollars More, Ac
cording to State Board.
PERSONAL PROPERTY IS LESS
Total Assessment Holl of Nebraska
for Thla Year and list Shows
Balance In Favor
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
UNCOI.N. Oct. S.-Spelal.)-Th land
assessment for 1914. a shown In the of
fice gf Heoretary eeymour of the tate
board of assessment, show that th valu
ation of Improved and unimproved land
In Nebraska has Increased, over th 1913
ssessment, by 1,B81.4J. The valuation on
unimproved land ha fallen off consider
ably. The total showing on the three
items, however. Is as follows:
In 1913 th valuation wa given 1261.
4.J4 while f " ear It wa shown as
The valuation, of all personal property.
In IMS. I given at S14S,0Mr, while th
1914 assessment show a lesser value, the
figure being SI 46,959,044.
All property In 1914 I aseaed at S471,
9X1.972. as a fain t tt70,690.414 In lfU
Other property, this year, with th aa
nssment of 1P13 m comparison Is her
Mortiragea and note
Traction engine ,..
Tax sales ,
Building & Ixjan Ass'ns
Ptork Tel. companies...
Htock national banka...
Htock state banks
. KM. 874
MortKaes and note
Hewing machine ,
Building ft Ixan Ass'ns
Stock Tel. companies...
Stock national bank...
Htock state banka
Hallway property ,
ELK HORN, Neb., Oct.
The large barn and, building on th farm
of D. p. McLean.' south of Elkhorn,
nurned tnt afternoon and wa a total
lo. About 11,000 worth of hay and grain
wa burned Los on building about
So.OOO. The cause wa apontaneou corn
buatlon In th hawniow.
Democrats Feast at Raveana.
RAVENNA, Neb.. Oct 4.-(8pcla!.)-Tha
democrat held a banquet and poli
tical conference here Friday evening. Th
vent wa attended by moat of th oounty
candidates, and about a hundred roters.
W. P. Oldham, from Kearney, and Willi
Heed, from Madison, wr th principal
New Note of Gdg'.
GENEVA, Neb., Oct. 4.-(RpeclI.)-Th
Mothera' club gave th teacher of the
city schools) a receptl-w at the home
of Mr. Charle H. Sloan last nlglit.
Th Geneva Military band will attend
th Ak-Sar-Ben thl week to march In
Sevotea to to- oiaa.
TWICE QAILYw Mat. Today
lnrpl7 Booked Tor Th -
Carnival's fared Wk
of ran and
"OJT IgD Ofl aSLM
Tne Fannies Woman la Bnrles.u
1 a maa SABT OO 1,11 MAI.
n aaat faaaiest vomit really I
worn a aATmiOB XAJUbOWB.
vauaoauy Brilliant Oast and
Dan Col amass comleal ea Toning, at
tlr4 la lemlnlne dud, te a akaw la ll.
tit. Tha aetlre sarformaaot la uniqua,
aallfatar. lwpara with what
Bar-Baa visitor bats la tbalr (no old
n s a aaaima revaiatioa
a or forarar.
n U JOHNgQN. Manaaar Oaratj.
afror to briar th satire family.
Grand Matinee Daily.
On parade day and night, cur
tain will not rise until after th
pejreants pasa the Oavety. i
aiiman.i ii a it! At avMaMhaaaaMgaaaM
Otaar acta this wsak:
Aioa Ceaa)f Faar.
VI 1st SYeeierH Bent on
IV. Kmil Pmllaa-
frg: moot 11 Mas Kim: Frances Da Oi
I Tha lAakaMnoe: Orphaum Tratel WstklT
I frirm: Mallaaa. Uallarr. We; Beat Bests
I can atarar aa Ssndajl. ib Nl.Mt, lac.
i h an nx.
Many Meetings on
the Suff Field Day
Haturday ' was Suffrage Field day In
eery county In Nebraska. Speaker
motored out from the various t'inn and
cities in the state and visited many pre
cincts, holding street meetings and many
Indoor rallies. Mrs. '.. T. I.lndsey, county
chairman of Douglas county, directed a
number of meetings In and around
One party, consisting of John L Ken
nedy, Mrs. M. B. Munson, Miss Anna
Peterson, Mr. Ellxabeth Fulllvan and
Mr. J. D. Hlchardson, motored out to
Washington Saturday afternoon.
They found almost th ent'.re popula
tion of the village congregated at an
auction sale. Waiting until the auction
wa over, they took advantage of the
large crowd and held a most successful
suffrage meeting. From Washington they
went to Arlington, where In the evening
another enthusiastic meeting was held.
Rheta Chllde Dorr addressed a lanre
crowd In Waterloo in the afternoon, going
or. by motor for an equally large meeting
in the evening at Valley. Mr. D, C.
Craighead held a very successful after
noon meeting in Benson.
The suffragist are making arrange
ment for a complete poll, not only of
Omaha, but of Douglas county, to determ
ine In advance of the election the exact
strength of the suffrage cause. In Omaha
a house-to-house 1 canvass will be made,
more than two hundred women having
already volunteered to cover th eighty
six precincts of the city.
KEARNEY, Neb., Oct. 4. (Special.)
Edward strain and Miss Emma Smith,
both well known young Kearney people,
were married yesterday in this city. Mr.
Strain Is connected with the Kearney
Water and Electric Power company of
fice. They went east on their wedding
ews Notes of CSeneva.
EDGAR, Neb., Oct, 4. (Special.) Cook
Brothers are erect. n; a fine two-story
brick building on tha corner of Main and
The Edifar school board ha Juat had
Installed a kitchen for the domestic
cienoe department and, a shower bath
fortthe athletic teams.
C. A. Williams of Auburn has traded
his Edgar property, the John Jones resi
dence, to Ell Hhultx, formerly a farmer
living Just south of Strang, for a resi
dence property In Auburn.
, II $ee that Crown is
(jJ fl branded "Schlitz."
k ml i m k m i m w iiiiwi g- r. ar
at Tvtede .likvaukee Hnibus.
HOW DRUG PRICES SOAR
Drugrg-ist Gives Display Indicating
Effect of War on Prices.
MANY FROM OLD COUNTRY
Asia anil Korope. Furnish (.renter
t)nanlty of Rare Medicinal
Properties W hich Soar
(From a 8taff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 4. (Special.) A Lin
coln drugaist ha made a display In his
window which la attracting a great deal
of attention and demonstrates how the
war In Europe has had the effect of ad
vancing the price of drugs. He has sev
eral articles exhibited and with each
a card showing what the wsr has done
for the truf trade.
Digitalis, grown In central Europe, has
raised In price K5 per cent.
Nut gall, grown in Persia, ha risen
100 per cent.
Aconite, from central Europe, has raised
110 per cent.
Belladonna, from England. 96 por cent.
Pasafrass, from Italy, 1.15 per cent.
Haffron, from Asia, 96 per cent.
Nux vomlce, from India, 176 per cent.
Senna leaves, from South Africa. 200
Gum camphor, from Japan, China and
Asia, 260 per cent.
Page, from Italy, 154 per cent.
Asafetida, from Persia. 300 per cent.
Ergot, from Spain, 350 rer cent.
OLD SOLDIER IS GIVEN
JUDGMENT AGAINST WIDOW
BBjOKEN BOW, Neb., Oct. 4. (Special.)
A case attracting considerable attention
In district court thla week was that of
Hrewater againat Rost, In which Ellsher
Brewster, an old soldier 73 years of age,
ought to recover S58S from Melllssa Rost,
an aged woman living near Callaway,
loaned her In 1910. The evidence showed
that Brewter had taken a mortgage on
the Rot farm at the time of the loan.
According to the defendant's testimony,
the plaintiff, Brewster, fell in love with
her and they became engaged, Brewster
telling her that as long a they were to
be married he would make her a present
of the mortgage. Brewster Instituted
foreclosure proceeding and Mrs. Rost
retaliated by bringing action for damages
In the sum of 15,000. A number of letters
were exhibited by the defense as tend
ing to show the amorous attitude the
plaintiff had ansumed toward the de
fendant. At th conclusion of the argu
ment. Judge Hostetler summed up In
short order, dismissing the S6.000 damage
suit and found for the plaintiff.
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