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IS CAMPUS GUARANTY GOOD?
Wlo Will Foot Deficit if Extension
TEXT" OF PECULIAR DOCUMENT
taint Kaforceable, Taxpayers ot
the Stat Will Mold the "ack
tor Be.aeflt of Heal
LINCOLN. Oct. 19. "peclal.-Whlle
the downtown campus boosters kp on
referring to tho no-called "guaranty" fur
rushed by Interested, parties that the pur
chase of the additional real estate will
to kept within the figure of KW.Otf), the
people ot Lincoln do not want to talk
about it because the "guaranty" threatens
to be a "joker." The campus extensionlsti
who plead for saving ffce state's money
make It essential to their program that
the guarantors come across If railed upon,
for the best estimates of the cost of
needed ground cx-cluslve of buildings on
them, range all the way up to IS0O.0O0.
As to whether thr "guaranty" Is good for
anything, the document pcrharS speokt
best for Itself, as witness the following
copy of it:
Teat ( too Doraaseat.
To the Chancellor and the Board of
Regents: The cost of campus extension
was the subject of discussion during the
session of the legislature Just closed, and
the estimates varied widely, from ift),000
to tSOO.OuO. The undersigned have had an
appraisal made by the most competent
judges of city real estate, and they place
the value ot the ground, exclusive of the
buildings, at tWO.Ouo. It is desirable that
the board of regents should be able to
estimate accurately the cost of campus
extension, in order that it may know how
much of the special building fund will be
available for buildings after paying cost
of sites. To afford such information the
undersigned agree to Indemnify the board
of regents against cost ot campus ex
tension exceeding S3UO,000 on the follow
N 1. The property to be acquired at a
coat to the board of regents of t00,000
shall Include the six blocks east of the
present campus bounded . by Twelfth
wrreet on the west, R street on tho south.
14th street on the east, U street on he
north, na tho remainder of the block
bounded on the south by T street, on the
ast by Twelfth street, on the north bv
U treet. on the west by Eleventh street.
I. The ground may be acquired by the
underwriters in whole or in part at private
sale and conveyed to the board of re
gents, or the underwriters may request
the board of regents to condemn the
property In whole or ln-art, the under
writers to indemnify cost of the total
tract In excess of the sum of $300,000.
S. The underwriters shaH have the
option of determining which method of
application shall be pursued,
v. 4. The underwriters shall not be re
ouired to convey land In the event they
purchaso It at prlvato sale until It is
actually needed for building sites, rea
wmable notice of such use to be given
by the board of regents.
5The underwriters . reserve' all the
buildings and salvage, the rents and
profits snd the right to more the build
ing and salvage; they shall not ba
mtiiged to remove buildings and salvage
until the ground la needed for building
. The board of regents shall select
nd designate the building sites. end
they shall be furnished In accordance
w-ltji the plans as heeded. J
1. In the event that the underwriters
fall to acquire and convev lanj when
ever needed for fulldlug sites, the board
of regents shall have- the right to aoqulre
me same ny conaemnatton. . -
8. The entire tract shall be acquired
snd conveyed to true, university, within the
jierion; -in Which the runria arising frr.m
the "i-nilll t are available..) ..; ..
Stuch nde.rwriter- shall be liable
only In the amount for -which he qualities.
(Signed ) . .
"L. A. Rlcketts. ..'.,... i&
Castle, Roper & Matthews, by Jack
Matthews ; 6,000
Tucker Realty company,, by C. A.
T.. secretary '...,.........'.... ... .-. . . . . - l.nMI
O. W. Webster ........ 5,(K0
Lincoln Drug company, by A. sj.
Tebbets. vice president.' ...,.,MV)
, I 1 f .... A .. . A I I - '. - 1 J"u.
V . xx. rrp), uy aukubv xwl-h. o.wv
IT. J. Wlnnett :.. 6.000
Walton G. Roberts ....r. o.OuO
Franklin Ice Cream company, by F..
O. Caldwell, secretary; 5,000
- N. Z. Knell S.OiO
A. J. Pawyer .; SOW
H. 8. Freeman 6.0"0
F. M. Hall 5,tf
H. A. Ensign 5.000
F. T. Eager 5.0
. . wuiggje v.. n.imu
I C. Burr 5.000
A. P. Bernway company..... R.noo
llold Co..., i 6,010
.T. L. Teeters X.0U0
W. A. Selleck ;
II.- K. Ooooh .:
Ppeier & Simon, by Herman Sueler..
Yates Lumber and Coal company,
W. fi. Yates :
T. I Iove ,
Can tho Obllaratloa Be Enforced f
It goes without saying that the parties
mho signed this paper had no expectation
at the time of 'being summoned to pay
the full amounts, or. In fact, to pay any
- amount. The plan back of It was to have
the fclty take over the obligation, and
when the power of the city to donate
THE RUSSIAN BATTLE LINES. ACCORDING TO THE
CLAIMS OF BERLIN AND PETROQRA .-1. The bat.
tie front in eastern Prussia. 2. The mam battle line in
Poland, from the district west of Warsaw down the river
Vistula and the river San and south of Przemys! to (the
river Dneister. 3. The southern extremity of the Russian
r- . ,
RIGHT OF TRESPASS IN COURT
Appeal to Supreme Tribunal of Case
Started in Dawes County.
ACTION OVER INJURY ' TO BOY
IFrank Criterion Will Make Trip to
Winnebago Reservation. W'kere
x He Will Deliver Address
English Correspondents Look for
- "Notable Advance of Allies Soon
(Copyright, 1514, by Tress Publishing Co.)
UOSVOXr Oct. 19.-(Speclal Cablegram
to New Tork World and Omaha Bee.)
English correspondents send tonight op
timist lo accounts of the situation In Bel
glum and France u fir as the allies are
concerned. These are largely borne out
by the London and Paris official reports.
A correspondent of the Chronicle, tele
graphing from a place In northwest
"A report ts current in this district that
the Germans are retiring from ' Ostend
and Its neighborhood, r It is added that
the tdwn was not occupied In treat force.
I am also Informed that the Germans
now regard their general position In Bel
glum as not quite satisfactory. It Is
straggling, open to attack and in great
danger, owing to the continued progress
of the allies farther south. Good prog
ress, it is added, is being made by the
allies In Belgium, and In military circles
high hopes are entertained lhap a notable
advance will be registered during the
week. It is Indeed confidently anticipated
that the advance would be achieved by a
victory which will also have considerable
effect upon their positions elsewhere.
money to the state was challenged a
scheme was hatched whereby the amount
could be raised by. disguising It as a park j
tax, and pretending to use the proceeds
for the purchase of ' park grounds, and
then turning them over to the university.
This subterfuge has likewise been chal
lenged, and It is probable that no such
diversion, of public money could be ac
complished except after going through
That brings It back to the sufficiency
of the obligation contained In tho docu
ment, which. goes by the name of a "guar
anty," but which lawyers say could not
be legally enforced, even . assuming that
all the signers were good tor the amounts
for which they subscribed. It is this
phase of-the campus extension program
that Is causing both the regents and the
Llncolnltes more worry than they are will
ing to admit, and some of the signers are
said to be inwardly hoping that consoli
dation will carry so as to let (hem out.
Thirty Transports Attended by
Battleships Carry Canadians
CLOSED WITH BANQUET
EGZEI.1A ON CHILD
On Body, Face and Hsad. As Thick
-as Could Be. Cross and Restless.
Couldn't Sleep. Clothes Irritated
i Eruption, ' : Cuticura Soap and
Ointment -Healed Completely.
; VALENTINE, Neb., Oct. 19.-Speelal.)
Saturday concluded the annual meet
ing of the "The Northwestern Roundup,-'
which lasted two days, and the men who
were "the boys" on the range thirty
years ago have enjoyed every minute' of
it in renewing old acquaintances, In
reminiscences of the early days' In the
rattle country and in thorough . good
fellowship. . Last night a banquet was
given In the auditorium, at which Judge
Walcott of this city presided as toast
master. , The following were speaker.
John Nelss, presidnnt of the association;
Mayor James' C. Dahlman of Omaha;
Charley Allen. Martin, B. D.; S. TV. ,Rus
sell. Dead wood. 8. P.; C. H. Cornell of
this city, and James C. Cowan, super
intendent f the State Experiment farm,
Valentine. . i
The big event of the meeting, the
barbecue of a steer and a' sheep in the
park by John Tlnnln of Georgetown,
Tex., was thoroughly pnjoyed by the 300
persons who attended. .
At the business session John Xelss' was
re-elected president and Mose Howard of
Omaha, secretary. There are now 300
active members, and it promises to be
come more popular each year.
Water from Platte
For Dry Counties
(From a .Staff Correspondent.) -
LINCOLN, Neb.. Oct. IS. (Special Tele
gram.) Favoring the use of water from
the I'latte river for Irrigation purposes
in the counties of Gosper, Phelps and
Kearney, the special committee appointed
to look into the proposition, consisting of
R. F. Walters, supervising engineer of the
United States reclamation sen Ice; Mr.
Pease . engineer of rfT same service;
George IS. Condra, . director Nebraska
water supply service, and D. . P. Price,
state engineer, have filed their report
with the state board of Irrigation. - .
The engineers find that 340,000 acre feet
are available for Irrigation In these coun
ties which can be used from March 1 to
June to of each year, thus Insuring a good
wheat crop and Immense benefit to other
crops. They find that there Is sufficient
flood water In the Platte river over and
above what is required for other projects
between the dates mentioned for the use
of the territory named.
Only 1,000 feet of water is being used
below North Platto and the committee
recommends that the atato cancel ail ap
propriations above the 1.000 afre foot now
used, and that no steps be taken to Carry
out the project recommended until all
appropriations are cancelled.
The committee finds that after such
appropriations are cancelled about 140,000
acre feet can be delivered to the land
embraced In the project between the dates
mntloned. but none after that time. The
cost for that number of acres will be from
$30 to J35 per acre.
Another report to be made to the gov
ernor is being prepared .by Dr. ' Condra
and Representatives Uustafson and Ja k
son covering a revision of the Irrigation
lsws of the state, the committee having
visited every Irrigation project in the
state,' accompanied . by State Engineer
H . n. No. S. Caldwell. Ohio. "When
oar baby was tbodt two uonths old she an arm dislocated
roks out o or her body, f see and head wit a
eczema. . It was Dad,
about as thick as it could
be. It broke 'out lo a
kind of pimplM. Tbey
were red and sore, (the
- was very cross and rest
less. Tho eczema would
Itch and burn till she
couldn't sleep. It looked
. very badly and would
peel off where tha places were. Her clothes
would Irritate the eruption.
. "We gave her medicine but it didn't do
any good, got worse If any different. We
had beard about Cuticura Soap and Oint
ment so we snot for a sample and It was not
very long till she was better. I bought
some more Cuticura ftoap and Ointment
which cured her completely and she baa
never had any trouble witu eczema since.'
(Signed) H. E. Bmlth. Mar. 21. IBM.
Samples Tree by Mall
Kate yoor akin dear, scalp clean and fret
'from dandruff, hair live and gloasy. bands'
soft and white, calls sound aad shapely.
Cuticura ftoap. with an oorajional use of
Cuticura Obi truant, will promote and main
taia these coveted coBditiiaia In most rase
when all else falls. A single set is oftea iuffl
ciont. Sold by dealers throughout the world.
Kearney Man Hurt
When Auto Upsets
I KEARNET, Neb., Oct. l.-(Spectal Tel-
I ec am.) C. E. Ford. ' manager of the i
j Kearney Posting" Service, was badly in
! Jured today when his automobile upset
j when he struck a stretch of newly made
j road near G'.bhon. The cor waa demo!
i ished and Ford had one leg broken and
DANIELS ANNOYED BY STORY
ABOUT, THE AMERICAN NAVY
WASHINGTON, Oct. 1. Conservations
of naval warfare of the European con
flict will form the barls of some of the
recommendations Secretary Daniels will
make to congress in hs next annual re
port In December. The secretary said
today (or that reason he would withhold
his report until the last moment.
Mr. Daniels Indicated he was much an
noyed tft a leoent published article which
gave as tne opinion of tn anonymous
naval expert -that the "l'nit?d States
! LONDON TO SHIP FOOD
TO HUNGRY BELGIANS
LONDON, . Oct. l.-Laron Lambert,
representing the Belgian government and
Hugh SI. Gibson of Ixs Angeles. Car, aeo
rotary of the American delegation at Brus
sels, arrived In Indon from the Belgian
l capital and today conferred with Am
ibassador Page and the Belgian minister
here concerning (he movement to send
food from Ixndon to rirussel..
The , shertsge of food in Brucsels is
eiiuua. The supply o( flour has become
exhausted and there Is gret need that It
repl-n!rhed immediately. Extensive
plan ere un'ier wsy for wholes4le ship
ments1 of food.
Positively Masters Crass.
tey's Honey and Tar Compound cuts
the thick choking ruueus, and clears away
the phlegm. The gasptnff, strangling
tight for breath gives wsy to quiet breath
ing and peaceful sleep. Harold Berg,
Mass, Mich., writes: "IV. give Foley's
Honey and Tar to our children for croup
aad It alwajs acts qtili-kly." No wonder u
man in Texas walked 15 ml'es to the store
liberal imnle of oath mailed free, with i to get A bottle of Foley's Honey and
il-p. Bklu Book. Address post-card ?.Cuil Tr Compound. Every user Is a frtend.
turk DtA T. tiswii." . Ml icaltig vtrywberg. Advertisement.
navy as a collective whole, as a great i
i (From a Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN, Oot. 1!. (Special. -An ap
peal t the' supreme court from Dswes
ccunly was made this morning which
Involves the riant of an Individual toi
trespass-on railway properly. , Tim rase
Is one brought by lleorgo' W. Means In
tho P.twes " county district court against
the Minneapolis ft Omaha railroad frr the
death of hk son James, about six miles
from Soenlo In South Dakota.
' It appears that the son waa badly hurt
In rescuing another by named Sherman
nho was lying oflTtho track of tho com
pany nt abodt 10:30 In tho evening. Both
were playing in the vicinity and tlio Plier
nian boy laid down ' on the track. The
Means boy saw the approaching train and
In rescuing the other was hit by tho loco
motive and dangerously hurt.
The fsher sued the company for tt.000
damages,, claiming that If the engineer
of the . train had been looking he could
have seen the boy lying on tho track In
plenty of time to atop the train, or if he
had wrtstled at the crossing the boy
would have had time to get away from
the track. Tho comoany set up a de
fense that tho boys were trespassing and
therefore the company was not liable, anil
the- court jury decided against tho plaln
t'.ff, who appeals.
Another rase filed In the court lodoy
van brought by the commissioners ot
Brown county to resist a. judgmcrt se
cured SMlnxttle county by Key Paha
county In the amount of $2,693 and Inter
Controversy Over Brldgce.
It la alleged by the latter county that
the amount Is due as Brown county's
share for -rebuilding a bridge over the
Niobrara river at 8pringylew.' which had
been washed out by the spring freshets
and Ice. The former bridge was built by
the two counties and is In reality two
bridges, an Island la the center of the
river dividing the two. The freshet car
ried out the Keya Paha end of tho bridge
and this county wants nrown to help pay
for It Brown cobpty, on the other hand,
sets up the plea that as the bridge was
on the Keya Paha aide of the river that
it cannot be held for theamount and that
Rock county, which Is also on the lrne
of the bridge, should also have been made
a party to the suit and made to pay its
Kdarerton Talk to Indiana.
Assistant Attorney General Frank Ed
gerton will go to Winnebago tomorrow
to deliver an address to the Indians on the
reservation, boing oent out by the repub
lican state committee. Mr. Kdgerton for
merly was well acquainted with the peo
ple up there, knowing every person on
the reservation by name. lie will1 talk
on the present tariff and Its workings as
compared to the republican tariff law
and also soma of the other deficiencies of
the domocratlo administration. -Horr
Mrs la Prison.
The population at the penitentiary has
Increased during the last month, fifteen
more prisoners being on the rooter than
waa shown at the report made September
1. The number at that tlmo waa given as
S45. Additions were as follows: Commit
ments, 81; returned from parole, 4; re
commitment, 1. There was one discharge
during September, with 18 paroles and 3
transfers, making the total October L 800.
prarealsed Agrloaltare Plane.
Members of the ooclctles composing Or
ganized Agriculture are already planning
for the January meetings In Lincoln.
Chairman W. R. Mellor lias called a
meeting of tho presidents and secretaries
of the various societies Organised Agri
culture to meet at the office of the Mate
Hoard of Agrtculturo Friday, October JO
at t p. m.
A committee chosen by these repre
sentatives will plan and conduct the mid
winter meetings. Tho committee aeloeted
lant year csonslsted of W. R. Mellor,
chairman; Dean I. A. Burnett, J. K.
Duncan, Prof. C. W. Pugsley, . W. H.
AVhlttcn. Frank G. Odell and ueorge w.
Ca-adldatea on Toar.
Beginning today tho icpubllcan auto
mobile tour of the stato , candidates
started at Comstock at In tho morn
ing, and the night "top was made at
St. Paul. ena.tor J. H. Kemp ifl with
tho party. Tuesday the first stop will be
at Mlnden at noon and Beaver City at
night. Wednesday will etart at Oxford
Arapahoe at noon and McCook at night.
Thursday It will be Curtis In the morn
ing. More field , or Farnani at neon and
Holdrege In trie evening. Friday will
find them at Doniphan at 10:30 And Pew
ard at night. Saturday morning will be
spent at Milford and Pleasant Dale, and
the rest of the day In Lancaster county.
tberhart Will speak.
The republican state committee has se
cured the service of Governor - Ebcr;
hardt of Minnesota and Dick .Yates of
Illinois for October SO and' 3L It la ex
pected that these two tentieajen will
make at least three speeches In N'
NEW TORK. Oct. !. A line of gray
tranerorta. led by a slot boat and two
British cruder and flanked by an ar
mada of battleships, cruisers and destroy
ers; a line so long that It laid the smudge
of Its smoke against tho sky as far as
sailors could ee to tho cast ami west
such was the fleet that carried Canada's
troops' to England and Its convoys, as
glimpsed from the decks of the Mlnne
waska, thirty-seven miles from the mouth
of the Thames on October 10. Officers of
the steamer told of the spectacle on Its
arrlvsl here today. .
There were thirty-two transports In the
lino and they churned the water of one
another's wake at distances of half a
mllo to a mllo. Each transport flew the
Well to the front of the long line, per
haps five miles In advance, steamed the
leader apparently senl iihcad to make
sure the way was tlear, for It carried
no troops with a cruiser to the starboard
and another to port furwad.
All the tansnorts Were converted pas
senger liners or merchsntmen and some
of them were recognised by the Mlnne
waska'a nfflcera, who viewed the mari
time procession through glasses. Tho lp
Isnd and the Zcelnnd were In the fleet,
but all the names had been painted over,
so the officers were unceitnln about the
Notwithstanding the fact that the Brit
lh ensign floated over the Minncwatika,
a cruiser darted out from the lino of
convoys, circled the Mlnnewaska, came
quite close and steamed alongside till the
last transport was a. speck on the horizon.
Then the cruiser steamed away without
JASON CHOSEN AS
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shipped In tlmo to reach Brooklyn soon
enough to be included In tlio cargo.
Woniaa's flab Kneontes Plan.
Locally, the Christmas Ship received an
other big boost yesterday when the
Omaha Woman's club voted Its endorse
ment, which means tha. the organization
will take an active part In the work, and
that its members will personally look
after contributions. '
Many packages are coming Into The
Bee office from every direction. Many
donors are buying goods at the downtown
stores and simply leaving directions that
they be delivered at Tho Bee office. From
out of ton letters and telegrams are
coming, asking for the latest date on
which goods can be received. This Is
definitely dated as SatuMnj , Octobor 24.
o "perlal Deliver.
One Query came In yesterday, asking If
It were possible to send goods to a asci
tic address. This was answered In the
negative. Tho design ot tho Christmas
Ship In general, to Imiudo all the coun
tries embroiled In the present disastrous
war, and therefore it Is out of the ques
tion to undertake any specific delivery.
The Bed Cross will be In charge of the
work of distribution In F.urope. which
means that the delivery will be well and
properly looked after.
Herllnstoa to llaal t ar.
The carload of Christmas presents that
Tho Bee is forwirdlng to the children of
the war gone of Europe will be handled
from Omaha to Chloago by the Burling
ton road. It will leave Omaha lient Bun
dnv on one of tho Burlington's fast
freight. and will be hurried along at ox
press train speed. At Chicago It will be
shunted into a train of cars filled with
goods of a similar kind, nsaembled there
and carried on to 2"cw York In time to
catch the Christmas ship that will sail
for Europe November ".
The offer lo haul the ear of present
that Tho Bee Is gathering tor the orphans
of the European war tone was made by
II. IT. llolcomb, general freight agent of
the Burlington, who said:
The Burlington Is glad to be able to
do this much for the afflicted people of
Europe, We will take this oar and free
of charge, deliver It In Chicago, which la
as far east as our lines extend.- We will
put It Into one of out best and fastest
freight trains, delivering it within the
shortest possible space of time. The
only thing that we .regret la that we are
not able to do more' to help relieve the
sufferings and . necessities of those who
are in the countries experiencing the hor
rors of war.
To llaal Car Free.
'In handling this car, all that we ask
is that the goods be properly packed and
delivered to us at our freight depot In
Omaha. Wo will do the rest."
All of the roads centering In Omaha
have sent ut general notices to their
agents In western Iowa, northern Kansas
.and Nebraska to accept packages, boxes
and bundles of goods designed to be, sent
to tho children of tho war sons, treat
them as company property and deadhead
war Instrument, does not exist."
The secretary declared the navy
In first-class condition.
braska on those dates. Governor Eber
BELGIANS GIVEN DIRECTIONS
HOW TO J0IM THEIR ARMY
LONDON, Oct. 1.-The Btlglsn lega
tion jn Lionflon today, announced that i
BHglaa volunteers and militiamen wh
had not yet taken up arms were being
directed to proeeod to Cherbourg. Mili
tary refugees and wounded In Fngland,
able to return t , the front, are belnj
directed to proceed to Calnls..
Bemuse of the German occupation of
the most of Belgium, the Belgian of
ficials say, tins apparently is the only
prnctloablc way that Belgians may Join
their army now opoit'.lng with the ctllieJ
hardt In the northern part of pie state
and Mr. Yatea In the southern portion.
Hpeaklng In the larger town. The exact
time and place will be given later. It
is also expected that h tialolal committee
will furnish a speaker for a speech or
two in Omaha before the dose of the
' Harriet A, I'oaaeroy,
' PONCA. Neb.. Oct. l.-Speotal Tele
gram,) Harriet A. Pomeioy, present dep
uty clerk of the district court, died thja
afternoon after a short Illness. Miss
Pnmeroy had served for ten yeara In her
present position, and previously had held
for seven years 4 the office of deputy
county treasurer. fhe as widely known
In DUon county and was aa cfrkint
and popular official.
Breaks a Cold
In a Few Hours
. Don't stay stuffed-up!
Quit blowing snd snuffling! Ji dose if
"Pape's Cold Compound" taken every
two hours until three doses are taken
win end grippe misery and break up a
severe cold either In the head, chcU
body or llmbe.
It promptly opens ciogged.up nostrils
and air passages; stops nasty discharge
or nose running; relieves sick headache,
dullness, feverisbness, sore throat, rrttet-
lng. soreness snd stffneas.
"Pape's CoU Compound" is the quick
nt. surest relief known and costs only
Si cents at drug stores. ' It acts without
ssltan;e, tastes nioe, and causes no
Inconvenience. Don't accept a substi
them to Omaha.' Here they will be turned
over to The Bee, which In turn will look
fter their repacking and transportation
to the Burlington car that will convey
To glvo an Idea of the very practical
Chrlstmaa presents which are being sent
to The Bee to forward to the little suf
ferers the contents of a package sent by
R. V. Pmlth and Mrs. John Barker are:
Four baby shirts, one child's wool
sweater, one little girl's hood, threo pairs
woolen mittens, two pair woolen slocking,
three fsncy boxes of bon bona, one pair
knitting needles and one wooden cup. This
package was all embellished with Christ
mas stickers and a red ribbon and surely
looked like It contained some cheer.
Issues Defiance to
Judge After Giving
Opinion of Decision
CH1CAOO, Oct 19.-A dramatlo Incident
In which William E. Furlong, who claim
the democratic congressional nomination
for the Fourth Illinois district, deliber
ately Invited a Jail sentence for contempt
of court before Judge Wlndes ocourred
today. "v N
"This," ssld Furlong, speaking deliber
ately and looking squarely at the ciAirt,
"Is the most damnable decision ever ren
drred In an American court. Your honor
can jail me If you please."
Furlong claimed that Charles McDer
mott, who resigned his seat In the lower
house In Washington as a result of the
Mulhall rhitrges, and entered the recent
primaries for "vindication," obtained the
nomination by means of fraudulent votes.
The official canvass, however, confirmed
McDermott's nomlratlon and Furlong
sought to bring the rase into court.
A technical mistake In procedure, said
to have been mndo by McDermott's at
torney, prevented Judge Wlndes from
taking rognlxanre of the case,
"Will you stop?" was all the court said.
Beyond this ho took no notice of the defiance.
Kiao Chow Harbor
Struck by Typhoon
TOKIO, Japan, Oct. 19. It Is announced
Hint, a typhon has struck Kiao Chow, de
stroying the landing pier. Twenty Jap
an a 11 r. r WnA AimoA
Bee Want Ads IToduc Results.
Save Your Hair! If Falling Out
or Dandruf f 25 Cent Danderine
Thin, brittle, colorless and scraggy
hair Is mute evidence of a neglected
scalp; of dandruff-that awful scurf.
There Is nothing so destructive to the
hair ns dandruff. It robs the hair of
ita luster, Its strength and Its very lite;
eventually- Producing a feverlshness and
Itching of the scalp, which if not rem
edied causes the hair tools to shrink,
looaerr and die then the hair falls out
fast. A little Danderine tonight now-
anytime will surely save j our hair.
Get a 25 cent bottle of Knowlton'a
Danderine from any drug store or toilet
counter, and after tho first application
your hair will tnke on that life, luster
and luxuriance which la so beautiful. H
will become wavy and fluffy and have
the appearance of abundance; an Incom
parable gloss and softness, but what will
please you most .will be after Just a few
week's use, when you will actually see a
lot of fine, downy hair new hair grow
ing all over" tho scalp.
Z r- Of Tto 4we' mm
f. O. B. r0trnt
CADILLAC CO. OF OMAHA
a084-B Thu BtM Omaha, Wsb.
Demand for tho new Hup exceeds
anything we ever saw, because people
nowadays want lots of room In "Uflr
rare and because, the new Hup gives -It
Five passengers ride with com
fortable ease In the new model.
There's plenty of room to stretch.
In' either front or rear seat, even If
the passengers are extra tall.
Really). I don't see how s.ny man ,
or woman could possibly be cramped
In this beautiful new car. ,
'Another thlngr' the cushions re'
desp and oft best upholstery we've). :
ever bad, and worthy of a car cost
ing a good deal mcrs.
With high seat hacks, well tufted,
snd high protecting sides, you sit at
; The new springs longer in front
and emi-cUlptlo at. the rear cradle
car and passengers over the humps
tn the smoothest fashion possible. -
This new Hup fairly bristles with
good points, but to our minds Its ex
ceptional comfort overshadows the
others by considerable.
Won't you test It for'yourselfT
THK CADILLAC CO.
Ton can drlvo In comfort this win
ter if you have. one of the especially
built, uttractlvely-prlced Hup sedan
or coupe bodies.
Something About Rates
A'a public service corporation we are servants of the people
and as such should discharge our duties efficiently.
To give the most efficient service, the construction, equipment
and operation of this Company must conform to the best known
To meet these requirements, the Company must charge such
rates as will meet necessary operating expenses, provide adequate
reserves for replacing worn-out or obsolete plant, and give a return
on the money actually invested in the business that shall be reason
able and sufficient to invite new capital as required for expansion.
Should any earnings be made over and above those necessary
to meet these requirements, we feel the amount should be used for
the benefit of the public to further increase the efficiency and relia.
bility of the service. ,
"We 'Advertise So That the P to pie May Know."
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