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GLAD HAND m FOR BROWN
Former Senator" EecciTei .Warm
Welcome on Visit East'.
APPEARS FOR INDIAN HEIRS
Caaarreeuaaa Lolwrk Has Arranged
for FlaaaMal Belief t lie Heal
a orra,teaiera I
(Prom a Staff Correspondent, i
WASHINGTON. Oct. a-tSpi-cla! Tsle
giam.) r'Popularlty Is fleeting," aald a
Nea- Kngland philosopher of 1hl Kmmr
aon Kthool in an essay on "Tlmea R"-'man front line aa a whole haa been A
vengea'1 but it was not shown to l mmter ' of dllbrte selection, for ' thay
even half way true when Xorr!s Brown I nBVB nart th0 advantage of prevloua ro
of Nebraska, appen ed on the floor of j coinnalssance. being first in the field,
the senate thamber today. i 'Uchlnd the front hey now have eeveial
lie waa welcomed like a long loat ' ii,,. prersred for a sten-by-tep defense.
brother, democrats and republicans vicing
with one another in greeting the ex
aenator and telling him how well he
looked, what a pleasure It must be to
be out of pubjla office and to do aa you J
darned pleased without answering roll . t ( ftjII ar,irable If It can be oh
calls, etc., etc. ulned without the usually accompanying
yar wtaae.baao llelra. ! drawback of exposure to the direct tire of
Senator Brown said he waa here to I hostile artillery, hut experience haa
appear In the district court In the caaal'own that a short field of fire la euf
of Tieball and othera In an endeavor to ftclent to beat back Infantry aaaaulta of
mandamus the aec retary of the Interior 'Y Bl' n' lvin "P d,rct ,lr
to do his diitv in partition of certain , at long or medium rangea and placing our
rente in the Winnebago reservation In trenchea on the reverse akp of a hill or
Nebraeka. He aald Secretary Lane waa behind the crest. It la In many places poa.
undertaking sa adoption decree entered '!e to gain shelter from the frontal fire
by the rourta of Nebraska in lsTH. In- t,M,ran UB"
votving the heirship to valuable lands , .rli Ulstaat Kiel slot Kir,
in the reservation above referred to j ..MMny of ,he rruBt tr,nchea of the Ger-
and he waa here to repreaent in adopted
children and Ui aee (hat tlx
Ing from the property were properly dis
tributed over and against other claim
ante. Senator Brown will remain. In . Wash
ington until after the American
association meeting, v. men win conxene kn(U u empioy Is remarkable. Many lo
hcre next Treaday. I ralltlea and areas along the Alsne not
Belief fur Mclabersj. j swept from the worka directly Jn front of
As-tlatent Kecrury J eters of the j them are rendered untenuble by rifle fire
Treasury department today advised Con- j f neighboring fields or by that of guna
gressmau Ixheck that the relief of Mor- i that are out of eight.
ria Htelnberg. wiio Is now In BtafCed. Tier la a prrpetuul triangular duel. A a
Palestine, and sent to l.lm by Joseph Infantry can a.-e nothing to shoot at but
Weinberg of Omaha, could be deposited are un.icr fire from H'a guns. The action
la .the treasury and that every effort ! of H i guns then brings on them the at
would be made by the government to 1 lenlion of some of A s artillery waiting
find the btnefldam i ra't. tha latter being In their turn
Accordingly Mr. Ixjbeck deposited i arealled by other batteries. And so it goes
with the treasury officials, who In turn " In wooded country. In spite of aero
cabled the txchanae bank In Alexandria, t P'""' "' taU...ms smukrlesa powder
Egypt, to transfer to the officers of the ""lc lo''Haallon ur.4 . identlfl
North Carolina now In that vicinity, .to catlun of Ui gets a matter of supreme dlf
fUul and deliver Morris Mrlnlrg the faulty."
libeiSi has l een slmi'l aorrled.
over bis inability to get tV.a tress
officials to act on this case, but, other '
applications of a similar itaracwj
brought a climax and the government baa
agreed to find and assIM Americans who
are marooned In Palestine, Egypt or Tur
C. at N. W. Re-eleets Chiefs.
CHICAGO. Oct. All the old directors
of the t'alcaao A Northweaiem Kali-y
company .were re-elected at a meeting of
stockholders held hare today. The direc
tors subsequently e'ecled Arthur A.
PUiree of Nev.- York trimsurer to fill tha
vacancy rausod by the death of M. li.
Van SLauii:. .
' Poaaa (.stilt r of Ksabesslemeat.
JERSKTVU.LE. III.. Oct la. Edgar Vf.
Davis, an insurance man of Angelea.
Cat., waa found guilty here toU.iy or m
heilra Its.pu frum the estate uf Ma
Cat., waa found
mother-in-law. Mra. Annie C'ro'S,
waa truaiee of the estate.
Ilalda l Dawk.
KENPETT. Ark., Oct. 15. An unldeatl-t-d
man I'wl.iy he.d up the casl.ler of the
l:unk uf Kensett. aecurd and e-
taprd on iiortack. I'onses Immeuialely
started tn pursuit of ttta robber.
Itsruka !. '
WASHINGTON. Oct. Is Penshma
rranied: Nebraska Ida la. fcmlth,
Omaha. Hi special act. Iva K Clark,
etna, li ktJlb A. VYaldea, iieatrtca.
Crochet and knitted;
white, white trimmed
with pink or blue
G5c, 75c, $1.00 to $2.50.
Of crepe do chine or
silk kimono or set-in
sleeves; hand em
broidered; dainty col
ors and white $1.75,
$2.00, $2.50 to $0.00.
Fibre Silk Hose
A very successful
style of fibre silk
hose with lisle tops,
35c a pair.
Full length fibre,
silk hose, 50c a pair.1
HIDES IN CLOUDS
FROM AERIAL FOE
(Continued from Page One.)
Important change baa been effected In
their disposition In spit of tha enemy's
r pes tad counter attacks. Thane 'have
J been directed principally agaln pna por
tion of the fH)!ltlmi-won y wv nut in
spite of. Hie lavM) .expenditure of Ufa
they have not ao far succeeded In driving
us bark. '
"The situation of the works In the Oer-
Another point la the evident Indifference
displayed to the provision of an extended
field of frontal rlf!a fire, which ia gener-
i ally accepted aa being one of the great re-
gi,rrments of a defensive position."
mBng eou,,y .lK a diatant field of fire,
. , , , ,.,. i.i k rendered unten.
able by the fact they would be exposed
to a fir front the Herman guna in the
j rear and to cross rifle fire from nelghbor-
I lna works.
-i. 1 . 1. rim nt -n
1 11V 1 . 1 1 1 .V " 111. . . a.' axv - -
jShip Brings 2,000
Ful.KTGNK. Oct. Is iVia louUon.l
I The Kenll worth, one of the last four
! stoamshlpa to leave Ostend. arrived
today.' bringing 1000 lefugeea. Aiming
them were some Ik-lKlan soldlera and. as
they were not woundid, the inference
waa that the He' I, Una considered the
taking of O-tend by the Germane Inevita
ble, and so catistd the removal of every
one whe otherwise would be likely to be
taken prisoner. '
All regular communication across the
channel to Ostend lias now been slopped.
Three other vessels, which sailed from
Ostend with tha Kenll worth, have not
Another small steamer, reaching here
today from Oatend by way of Calais, re
ported that the rasldenta ef Calais were
In aimoat aa much of a panlo aa the peo
ple of Oatend, apparently believing that
the Oermans would anon be upon them.
C km are liar Arrteea ta Braaaels.
BKRUN, Oct. IS (Hy Wireless to ISay
ville, U I )-Lr. von Bethmann-Hollweg.
the imperial chancellor, aerompanied by
his sJtte arrived ia Brussels at nooa ef
ALLIES GAIN IN WEST,
MEET DELAY IN EAST
More Than Holding Their Own
Along Franco-Belgian Border,
RUSSIA POSTPONES INVASION
( nmprllrrl, I.Ik Urrmt.r, ta Harris
flr. mita f Victory hr
In Krlnlorrrmrnt. In A n
nihrr Purl nt Front.
LONDON, Oct. 15.-The gloom which
ha enveloped England elme the fall of
Antwerp haa bcon antnewlint lightened
by the newa contalnwj In officio! rom
munct!on that the allies are more
' than holding; their own in the ftirloua
f.ghflng along the Franco-Belgian bor
der; hut thla feeling of elation haa been
temiered hy the growing realisation that J
the llusslan Invaalon of Sllela, whl h
waa believed to ba Imminent, must b 1
pnaiponeo wamniieiy penuing ine oui
coine of the battle In flusslan Poland.
Hu.iKla In the east aeema to have been
compelled to follow the steps of It
enemy in the went and sacrifice the frulta
of victory by sending reinforcement to
another part of the long battle front.
The resumption of the Auatro-Oerman
offensive In Oalltia waa an outcome of
the action of Russia In vending heavy
relnforcementa to the Nlemen river. evl
dently under tha Impreialon that the
Herman Invastnn of the Buwalkl district J
waa a real menace and not merely a dl
premMl "OH Inveateil.
"The withdrawal of Russian forces
(Continued from Page One.)
fivm western Oalicla, however. Is. re
garded here to be not aa complete aa
first reported, for Vienna, admits that
Prssmysl Is still Inveated on one aide,
while I'etrograd reports that the garrison
of this fortresa has been Invaded by dis
ease and Is on the point of capitulation.
Other dispatches from the Russian cap
ital refer to activity along the Vistula
river, where aeveral attacks are aald to
have been repulmd, and declare that the.
great battle probably la now under way
unless the Austro-Uerman advance has
bum hampered by bad weather.
Home Idea of the fierceness of the fight
ing In weatern France ran be gained
from the 'fact that the town of Roye,
now In possession of the allies, haa been
taken and retaken no less than twelve
times. There la no question In the minds
of Rrttlsh observers but that the Oer
nian army la making desperate efforts to
reach the channel coast and that the
alllea are no less determined to prevent
auch an extension of the battle line.
Knalaad Anticipating Invaalon.
Kngland already la speculating on the
possibility of a German raid, which
could only become possible if the Ger
mans are successful In gaining a base
on the coaat opposite the narrow part
of the English channel, The Germans
are reported aa having been turned out
of that corner of French territory which
Juts Into Relglum, and, having retired,
are aald to be strongly entrenched. Thla
report declares that the Germans in
tended to dash on Calais colncldentally
with the attack on Antwerp, but their ef
forta in that direction appear to have
Ilerlin reports the occupation of I-llle,
but declares that other than thla there
Is nothing: new to report on the western
According to dlspatchea reaching Ion
don typhus haa shown Itself among tha
German troopa along the weatern front
and rumora of the outbreak of various
other diseases are Increasing. Rnglund
la taking note of these reports by sending
to the front thrse of the most Important
medical men aa an advisory body to co
operate with the regular medical ataff
In (he prevention of epidemics.
(Continued from Page One.) '
of a Hlder Haggard to be convinced of
the Joy the gifts will bring Mo the little
hungry hearts and outstretched hands
of the little children of the nations now
When we think of how the men It the
trenchea or on the open field do not know
lust what It all Is for, what can the mind
of an Innocent child think, of thi fear,
dread, desolation and dead bodies it looka
upon In eacaplng from one town to 'an
other to avoid death by being shelled or
And how comforting to soon find K dear
dollle or a train of cars from some little
friend in America to preaa against Ha
little breast and trjr to forget.
Hut what Is the thoughts of the mother,
especially In wronged HelgiumT la not
food the preaslng need Just at thia mo
ment? Their little hungry souls ran wait
till Christmas for the toys, but not the
little hungry bod lea It us satlafy the
hunger of the bodies first ao the' toya ran
be appreciated better. A doll that could
not be eaten would bring the Joy that
a loaf of bread would, ao If every one of
a kind heart would aend a pound of food,
canned or otherwise, we could not fail
of a blessing from the Real Giver of all
Cannot someone who has Influence con
sider this and see If It cannot be done?
While It would be a more commonplace
gift. It would be more substantial and
flllln' " for present need. Yours, truly,
Idea uf the Christinas llp.
Bin the Idea of the Chrtatmna Ship waa
to take charge of something that would
be otherwlne neglected. The Red Croea
ia looking after the work of relief In a
general way, and many national socle
ties are doing whatever can be 4one to
provide for the creature wants, to feed
the bodies of the tittle ones. Many will
suffer and suffer terribly from the ef
', fecta of the war.
tarvatton and cold
waste the bodies of thousands, but
this will not bo becauso no effort Is being
made to take care of them. The very beat
of organisation la devoted to that work,
and the ChrWtmas hlp organisation ta
merely to aupplement the main effort,
and make provision for the holiday Joy
for the little folks aa far ai posalble. In
aiding the Chrletmas Ship, the main work
of providing food and raiment anl ehelter
for the thouaanda who ara mado home-
lets, and relief for those ho are. k-J
tressed tn other ways by the war Is not '
to be neglected.
Among other communjcatlona which
were received yesteraay was one tnraw
tug IS. contributed by Lee Ottlla. Phylls
and Hortenae Ruth gchurtnan of Pre
mont. In The Kunday Bee a regrettable
mistake waa mad In acknowledging the
receipt of g from Esther and Henry H.
Campbell: their poalofftca addraaa waa
given aa Omaha, wbea It should have been
Harvard Board Must Choose Between
Munstcrhcrg and $10, 000, 000 Legacy
CAMBlltDOK. Maw.. Oct. IS. Hugh
Munslerberg, professor of i psyholog y at
Harrard university, tonicht aaid that ha
had offered his resignation to I'resldent
Ixwell. Thin action la the result of a
I'ttcr sent by Major Clarence tVclner of
London to the overseers of tha college
to th effect that ha would change a will
hy which Harvard would receive 10,i0.ri
unless Trof. Munsterberg were dismissed
from the faculty.
"I'n warranted rro-Orman uttcrancea"
I'V the fHinoiia pHyclinloglst, In connec
tion with the wnr, were given hy Major
Wlinrr 3 the renHon for his attitude.
"I sent my resignation to- President
Ixjwi II no that there might be no errf
l arrsj-erncnt In the matter and that the
faculty might be left free to act without
- . m-i-i -irtTiri
QUIT BELGIUM TO
MOVE ON FRANCE
(Continued from Page One.)
cernlu; tbe progress of the war was
given out la Berlin today as follows:
'German troops In Belgium are
now marching In part towards Ostend
and In part in a southwenterly direc
tion toward the French border. The
headquarters of Emperor William
has been moved further into France.
"The Russian armored - cruiser
Pallada, of 8,000 tons, built la 1906,
has been torpedoed by a German sub
marine at the entrance to tha Gulf of
Finland. The torpedo launched by
the submarine caused an explosion
on board the cruiser and the Pallada
and its entire crew of 600 men went
straight to the bottom.
"Thero haa been heavy fighting In
France east of Solssona and the Argonne.
The French official reports about suc
cesses in tho Woevre district ara untrue.
The Germans nowhere have loat ground.
Ktain, (twelve miles to the east of Ver
dun i, Is in German hands. French at
tacks against our position near St Mlhlel
have been repulsed."
"The war booty In Antwerp cannot yet
be estimated. Twenty-elx thouaand Bel
gians and 2.000 Englishmen have been ln
tcrned In Holland. In the harbor of Ant
werp we found thirty-two German steam
era, the boilers of which apparently had
"Russian forces have been defeated
near Bchtrwlndl, (In Kaat Prussia, nine
teen miles to the eaat of Oumblnnen).
with a loaa of 1.500 prlaonera and twenty
cannon. German troops have repulsed
the Kuaslana south of Warsaw and hold
aoutherr Poland aa far as the Vistula
I'rleata aa Soldiers.
"Emperor William, acting on a petition
handed him by Cardinal Hartmann of
Cologne, haa ordered that French Catholle
priests among the prisoners In Germany,
who entered tha French ranks aa common
soldlera, shall be treated In Germany In
the aume. manner as are French offlcera.
"It la reported here from Stettin that
German torpedo boat daatrdyera disco v.
ered six vessels of Norwegian, Swedish
and Danish nationality, loaded with gooda
and provisions destined for London and
Grimsby and also for Russia All were
taken Into Pwlnenuinue."
PETROGRAD AND .
BERLIN SEE GAIN
(Continued trom Page One.)
tificd positions along the line, of Stry,
Bambor and Medyka, which now are being
attacked by the Austrian". The line Is
supposed to keep in check the direct
Austrian advance from Praemysl toward
IX)NDON. Oct. W.-Reuter'a Telegram
company haa received from Amsterdam
the following official statement Issued In
Vienna at noon Wednesday:
"The general ataff says that the Rus
sians have occupied fortified positions on
the line of try, Sambor and Medyka, In
Aastrlana Attack New Position.
The Austrians are now attacking tha
"In the Carpathians tho Austrians oc
cupied Toronya after four days of fight
ing and pursued the enejiiy In the direc
tion of- tVyskow. Smaller' aucceeaful
skirmishes have taken place In the Vlsao
All the Russian attacks on this side
have been repulsed and the Russlaaa
forced back across the frontier. It Is esti
mated that from six to eight army corps
ure along the frontier from Schlrwlndt to
a point opposite Lyck (East Prussia).
The Ruaalana attack mostly at night, but
are always repulsed with aevere loaaea.
There Is no reason to fear that East
Prussia la tn any wuv endangered." j
Report llermass Thrown Bark. i
"I hear that tbe enemy approached to
within ten miles of Warsaw, but were
thrown back to a .distance of thirty
mllea." eays the Times I'etrograd corre
spondent. "The fall of Prxemya! ia Imminent. The
garrison there Is being decimated by
cholera. Private advicea aay . that the
main fcrta already have been taken by ,
the Itusalana. 1
"There la no change in the situation 'in
East Prussia, Ground prevails for the be-
lief that in the forward movement of the
Austro-Uerman forces which commenced
September 11. General von lllndenburg
commands the center, King I.udwlg of
Bavaria the Caenstochowa admiralty and
the Austrian General Dankl tha Auatrio
Ueniiana constituting the rover for the
! rl(in. (lank of th. Mnier. while tha su- '
. j rem. command of all the Austro-Uerman ;
troopa la in the banda of tbe German
Steamer Sejaed. 1
Athene newspapers aeaert that the
Kusa.aiv fleet In the Black Be haa
aeixed two German steamers loaded wlttt
cereals bound for Galats from KustendJe,
GERMAN LOSSES AT ARRAS ,
TWELVE THOUSAND MEN
PARIS, Oct. U. Th newspaper France
I'unord declares today that when the
Germane were defeated at Arras they lost
from 11,000 to H.OOti men. whe were sur
rounded by the French ta marshes.
Halm at Llaajta.
I.RXINGTON. Kv.. Oct. li Bain ' in
tart red again today with th program
yf th meeting of the Kentucky Horse
having to ronaider my feelings" said
President Lowell refuacd to discuss the
The Harvard corporation la expected to
take up Major Welner'a letter and Prof.
Munsterberg'a resignation next week.
Major' Werner, a member of the cla.M
Af t 1TrvarS. I. . nmnH.tn. .f '
the Werner News agency, fttrand, Lou
don. He waa born lit Philadelphia In
!S7S. He attended Harvard one year, go
me; to Cuba. In 17. During the next
year he waa on the staff of General Fred
erick D. Orant. In Porto Rica. In IttJ
he went to South Africa aa a war corre
tpondent. Subsequently he saw stirring
service there and organized a hand of
scouts. He waa eight tlmea wounded In
South Africa. Major Welner haa been
reputed to ba Immensely wealthy.
Beaten in Effort
(Copyright, 1914, by Preaa Publishing Co.)
PETROflRAD Oct. U.Sneclnl rhl
gram to New York World and Omaha
Bee. The German central column from
Kalian waa defeated yeaterday by a Rus.
slan cavalry division near Bklermewlce
(on a railroad junction twenty-five miles
southwest of Warsaw), where the enemy's
vanguard made a desperate struggle to
secure the system of crossroads opening
on the position leading to the Vistula
below Warsaw,. The Rusalan losses were
The defenders remain approximately In
their former position In conjunction with
the armloa north and south of them and
keep tn active readiness for a general
This may be due when - the kaiser
reaches Csenstochawa, 125 miles south
west of Warsaw and sixty miles north
west of Cracow. The premises of the
club there are now prepared for his resi
dence. The Germans ara also converting
the ancient knlgbta' hall of the Yasnog
ortal monastery Into a aalon for recep
tions of the general ataff by the kaiser.
Great numbers of the senior German
officers, including princes with suites, are
arriving at Csenstochawa.
Hunter Shot as Dog
Pulls Gun Trigger
ROCK ISLAND, 111., Oct. 13.-Charles
J. Meyers waa shot and killed today,
when his pet hunting dog sprang Into the
boat from which Meyers was hunting
and stepped on the trigger of his gun.
AVERAGE RESERVE IN STATE
SHOWN FIFTEEN PER CENT
(From a tSaff Correspondent)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 15 (Special Tel
egram.) Tha abatract of the condition of
the national banka of Nebraska exclu
sive of reserve cities at the close of busi
ness on September 12, as reported to the
comptroller of the currency, shows the
average reserve held at 18.C5 per cent;
loans and discounts, VS, 675.722; gold coin,
ll.32,0&; lawful money reserve, 3,487,22$;
Individual deposits, gjO.017.40j. , - -
ARGENTINE WARSHIP BUILT
IN " S. TO HAVE ITS TRIAL
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. W.-The Argen
tine battleship Moreno, built by the New
York Shipbuilding company at Camden,
N. J left her today for Its official trial
at Rockland, Me. In addition to the crew
of 600 there are aboard about 160 Argen
tine navsl officers.
"Service" with U3 includes
everything which might be
helpful to the bereaved.
Very many of the things
we do are extras, of course,
but we make no charge for
them. You know in ad
vance just what a funeral
24th sas Ceafar Jbmm Doug, 3901
BIG SALE OF
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Another BIG SALE Next Monday
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Watch Sunday' Papers
Twentieth Century Farmer
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110.000 copies weekly
STEAMER FROM COLON
Freighter Iowan Smashes Into
Fruiter at Entrance to Am
WIREIESS BRINGS ASSISTANCE
Observers Heller AH of Itandre.d
Paasenaera Aboard Were; Takes.
Off Palely Before sjls
NEW YORK, Oct. 13-The steamer
Melapan, entering Ambrose channel, col
lided this afternoon with the steamer
Iowan. The Metnran began to send out
"8. O. 8." aignala at once. Within a
few minutes It reported that It waa sink
ing. Its boats were hastily lowered. Peveral
steamers, among them the Monterey and
the Camlno, hurried to the stricken ves
sel. The Metapan la a United Fruit com
pany steamer and sailed from Colon
October 8 for thla port. It usually car
ries from 75 to 100 passengers.
The British cruiser Lancaster, petroling
the entrance to the harbor near by, and
the United States revenue cutter Seneca
received the wireless message for help
and went to the Metapan'a assistance.
Tha Iowan la a large freighter of the
American Hawaiian line. It waa bound
for San Francisco. The Matapan's posi
tion was Just inside the first outer buoy
of Ambrose channel.
As far as observers from the shore
could see, all passengers and crews were
The Sandy Hook llfesavers left the
Hook In their large power lifeboats to go
to the aid of tha sinking ship.
At 4 o'clock, an hour after tha collision,
tho Metapan'a lower decks were awash
snd only Its upper cabins showed above
the water. It apparently was resting on
BRADSHAW, Neb.. Oct. 15. (Special
Telegram.) H. Morrla, proprietor of the
hotel at this place waa found dead this
afternoon. The attending physician pro
nounced the cause of death apoplexy. He
was past 69 years old and leaves a widow,
three sons and three daughters, all grown
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Art Departments both Needle
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fer to the early Xmas buyer an
unprecedented opportunity to se
cure really valuable gifts at a
nominal price. The sales will
serve to close out broken lines
and odds and ends from the
month's selling. Values up to
17.60 for fl.OO, but remember
tbatln many instances we will only
have one and two articles of a
kind for sale. It is simply our
method of closing out single arti
cles, thus keeping our stock al
ways new and bright. Read special
See Show Cases in
Douglas St. Entrance'
if You Neglect
Hair Will Fall
Preceded by light touches
of Cuticura Ointment ap
plied by the end of finger to
the scalp skin will soften and
remove patches of dandruff,
allay itching or irritation and
quickly promote hair-growing
conditions. Special direc
tions accompany each cake.
Samples Free by Mall
Outleura Sosp sad Ointment sold thmutttout the
worln. Liberal sample of esafe mailed free, wlibaa-p.
book. Address "CuUcurs," Pept. 8F, Boston.
BrSIXESS IS GOOD.
In September. 1914, THE MIDWEST
LIFE sold more life Insurance than, in
any one of the nine Septembers In which
It haa been doing- business. It expects
to sell more insurance in October than
It did last October.
Nebraska has Juat finished sowing
the biggest wheat crop it haa ever
sowed. Wheat la bound to bring a good
price for at least another year. In about
two weeks Nebraska will commence
gathering an average crop of corn
which will bring a good round price per
buahel. The outlook for a general re
vival of huslneas in Nebraska la excel
lent. That Is 'What we think and hope)
you do too. Buy your Insurance in
N. Z. 8NELL. President
A NEBRASKA STOCK COMFANY
SmiXC HOB - PARTICIPATING IIP! HtSTOABCB 0RLT
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, LINCOLN.
CITY NATIONAL BANK BUILOINO
MINERAL AGENTS! GEORGE CROCKER,
V A.rlMNET AND B. J. K1RSCH JTIIN
IF THE BABY IS CUTTING TEETH
Mrs. WinsIoVs Soothing Syrup
A SPLENDID REGULATOR
PURELY VEGETABLE-KOT NARCOTIC
Saturday and Sunday
AJTS BSTXir OTHER RACXQ.
BTASTS AT t O'CLOCK P. K.
Admlsaloa SOc ; Chlldra Baa.
BAST OMAXA Take Oars at 14th
U. S, MARINE BAND
and EVENIN6 OCT. 17IH
"Till- PRESIDENT'S OWN"
Box Offloe How Open.
Oeaeral Admlaatoa 6O0.
Boa Beats f X.W. OhOdraa aSo.
Prices Mat. 39O-A1JS0 Bvg". B0o-3.
TWO BiasTTS Oct. 1S-80. BpaeUl
Dollar Mattaea Taaaday
Xleaaor Oataa' Wonderful PIst
tbs rooa uttu miOM oibxih
BOYD'S THEATER 52V,S.
Opens Saturday ht, Oct. 17. with
. Eva LAng-Charles Miller
and thrlr New Tork Company, In
"BOUGHT AND PAID FOR."
Seats Now on Sale.
Prioes. 8So ana 600.
Kate Bnaday. Taursoay r ' Satortay.
"OMAJLa'B TVM CBBTXB"
Sally KaV. lS-aS-aOe.
' Bvga le-ae-tO-Tfto. .
an UftwrVimnB TIKIS amosicai
With Phil Ort. Alice Lassr and a aotabl cast. Aa
Ui of Uersa.MnM. kMa ana Muslo surrounds!
br (Iris. Brum? llxvus at Haayuioiilu( Brlilea.
LASXEB DIKI MAT, Will BATS.
Suadsr sod wk au t tb atulla ltug."
This week: Ann Taaker A Co.; F.d.
mond Haya Co.: McKay A Ardlne;
Gardiner Trio: Hilda Thomas and lxiu
IlaJl: Ward, Bell A Ward; Julia 4ielgr;
Orpheuin Travel Weekly.
Prion: tUa Oallwr. Us; but seU (arnpt
Sturdr sod id. Bc Nlghn. lOcle-tae-Tta.
HIPP THEATRE 'SIBAV
Xat Time ToSay Kobsrt BoawortA ta
Bsglas at 10, 1. iQ. 4, :30, T,
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