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. YIELDS TO HYOMEl
Aim One of the ltest Kmirdlrn for
f Head Colds or llronchitl.e.
Be aie In time and use Hyomrl at the
tint symptom of cttarrh, such a fre
quent cold, constant sniffling, droppings
In the tftroat. or dull headache. Vo not
let the dlseane become drrp-avatra for it
H surely wreck your health. uStcn rsus
Ing Ions of hearing and the enaot smell
and taote, and It not checked may result
In one of the most dreaded and often
Hyomei la nature's true remedy for ca
tarrhIs the direct method you breathe
It to that the medication goei right to
the sore and (Uncased tissues lining the
air passage! of the head, throat and bron-
: chlal tubes. Its antiseptic healing must
be Kin at once.
It's no bother to use Hyomei. Simply
put a few drops of the liquid into the In
haler, that comes with every complete
, outfit, and breath it a few time during
the day. You win feel better after the
t first breath of Hyomei. It clears the head
f and throat like magic; while after a few
days' use you will notice all your ca
tarrhal symptoms are disappearing.
There Is nothing easier, quicker or
more satisfying than the Hyomei treat
ment for catarrh Ills. It la not merely
- relief but a sure and lasting benefit
..and most economical. All druggists sell
Hyomei. while Sherman A McConnell
lrug Co. will supply anyone on the guar
antee of money back it they are not sat
OFFICIAL RETURNS COUNTED . PLOT TO SPREAD DISEASE?
CanY&ssing Board at Lincoln Tabu
late i Votti at Election.
ALL AMENDMENTS ARE LOST
Fall to aernre ' fterraaarr l'ontltn
tloaal Majority that Will Carry
ark Proposition .Hon
State Officers Raa.
J By-Product 1
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this winter. A
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but it would
set well in your
It's good clean earn
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Vulcan Coke No
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no burned out grates,
no dead loss in clink
ers and soot a lot of
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only 20 ' sure. "No
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Only the best selected
coals go into the Vulcan
ovens that's why the
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Comes in sizes suited
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- (From a Staff Correspondent.
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 17. (Special.)
According to , reports sent In from the
different counties,. to the secretary of
state, 4.E3S voters went to the polls and
cast their votes for state officers and the
other propositions upon the ballot, the
latter all falling of constitutional majori
ties.' The official returns compiled show
the following- result:
Morehead.' democrat 1J0.2O7
Howell, republican , 101,237
Sackett, progressive 8,X
Totter, socialist....: 5.71N
Wilson, prohibition 2.S57
Pearson, democrat..... 1O8.410
lloagland, republican 10j,06
Klingbell, progressive ll46
Abel, socialist 7.6il
llockenberger, prohibition t.ent
Secretary of State.
Pool, democrat 104.9.M
'Walt, republican KM, 1.18
Skalla, progressive 10,706
Ithner. socialist. 7.744
ilald, prohibition 4,3U
Smith, democrat 103,846
Minor, republican VetAl
Hanson, progressive UX-&
Phillips, socialist.. s,16
Miles, prohibition i.iSi
Hall, democrat...... 109,8U
Hamer, republican 98,s
Broach. progresaW. ...... ll.wu
Baldwin, socialist. 1 S.338
atoll, prohibition 4,W
Thomas, republican 10.V524
Whitehead, democrat 102, m&
Shafer. sociaUvt t,02tf
Walker, prohtoltlon 4,1m
Reed, democrat 106,166
Sears, republican......,, 100.-7M
Wills, progressive li.li.fl
! Uurlelgh, socialist 7,t4
Blttenbender, prohibition 4,498
I . Lssd Commissioner.
Beckman, republican 103,306
, Kastham, democrat lol,9i
1 Benedict, progressive..: U.Sio
Lincoln Health Board Member Ovei
heart Talk at Depot.
TO SPOIL NATION'S MEAT SUPPLY
Sappnsltlna 'm that Kffnrt
Belasr Made to Sprrad Infection
aa Bar I pa Shipping; Meat
Miller, J. H. democrat
Noble, democrat.... W,7st6
Jansen, republican il.nl s
Love, progressive 14.104
Miller, W. H., progressive 12,M
Jones, socialist 8,720
Nerbit, prohibition , &77
Gilbert, prohibition........ . 4.141
Cklef Jastlce saprema Court.
Reess . S3.144
For workmen' compensation 92.426
Against workmen s compensation... tu,i
For memorial armory ...
Against memorial armory
For tax amendment
Against tax amendment
1 For five-sixth Jury
Against Nva-slxth jury.
For salary 'amendment.......
Against, salary amendment..
For university removal.
Against university removal. .
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Nov. 17. fSneCal.) I there
an organised effort to spread the foot
and mouth disease among rattle tn tder
that the allies In Kumpe cannot depend
upon American beef, is a problem which
members of the Live Stock Sanitary
board of the state, tr. Day. Its special
eterlnsrlan, and Stnt Veterinarian
Klgln are trying to determine.
It all cornea from the visit of two men
to Lincoln last Saturdny and a conversa
tion overheard by a member of the Lin
coln Heslth department at the Burling
ton depot. It appears that Mr. Darling
of the Lincoln I Apartment of Health was
at the Burlington station Saturday and
overheard a couple if foreign looking
men discussing the cattle dlcease, and In
the course of their remniks one of them
"They won't get much more meal from
this country If we keep up our work."
The men 'had hypodetmlc syringes and
were discussing serum, the . foot and
mouth disease and the War In Europe.
They seemed familiar with the work
ings of the foot and mouth disease, and
Darling at once reported the matter to j
the health officer, who In turn com
municated with Dr. Day.
Dr. Day at once wlrei Washington au
thorities and laat night received a mes
sage asking for a description ot the men
and any Information relstive to the in
cident. It Is the opinion of the state
veterinarian and Dr. Day that the men
are visiting the different stock yards and
' attempting to Inoculate cattle with the
1001 aim mourn uisanv,
The men left here an a St. Joseph train
and It la supposed that they are In that
vlolnlty. One of them was a fat man
about 35 years of ago with a smooth face
and "a scar on the left side ot his face
which extended under his chin. He was
well dsessed In a dark brown suit. He
talked broken English. The other man
was tall with broad shoulders and wore
a Vandyke beard. He appeared a little
younger than the other man and wore a
light suit. , They had In their possession
New York, Chicago and Des Moines
Dr. Day is waiting for further instruc
tions from Washington before proceeding
Regents Do Not
Desire to Place a
Curb Upon Speech
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb.. Nov. .17.-tSpc.lnl
Telegram.) The university Hoard of Up
Kegents today made reply to the reso
lution paused by the German-American
Alliance of Nebraska condemning Dr.
Fling for an antl -German speech which
he delivered recently. The repents' let
ter to the alliance states that President
Wlleon's neutrality proclamation de
serves the strictest observance, but at
the same time the board did not de
sire to curb the freedom of speech of
nunhers of the faculty regardless of their
The board also took preliminary steiw
for the extrusion of the university on
the downtown campus, as authorised by
the referendum vote.
J. E. Miller, , regent-elect, was em
powered to Investigate land near the
university which will be needed for ex
tension and to find out the lowest pur
cruise price. He is to report to the
board-nt the next meeting December 7.
Dr. Hall Appointed
; ' (From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Neb., Nov. 17. (Special
Telegram.) Oovernor Morehead this
morning appointed Dr. P. L. Hall of
i Lincoln to the vacancy on the Board of
1 University Regents caused by the reslgna
1 tlon of Regent C. 8. Allen last night.
Mr. Allen has removed to California, his
resignation having been withheld till after
the election, so thai the governor might
make the appointment. .
Two More Arrested
As Suspects in Case
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Neb., Nov. 17. (Special.)
Two more of the gun men who shot and
seriously wounded two Llncofn policemen
Sunday night have been arrested by the
police and are now in the city jail.
One of the men, Frank Canon, was suf
fering from a bullet. wound tn one leg
just below the knee, confirming the be
lief of Police -Officer Hannlng that he
had winged the man who shot him. The
other, Walter Combs, was uninjured and
attempted to get away, but gave himself
up when he saw it wars no use. The men
were found in an empty house near the
ball park and when the police buret In
the door both were stretched out on the
Four men are being held fqr the crime,
Tom Carr, who was taken soon after
the battle, and another man named
Frank A Rock, the police officer whe
appeared tp be mortally wounded Is bet
ter today. After sewing up nine perfora
tions of his intenstlnes, the physicians
think he has an even chance for recov
ery. Officer Hannlng, who vas shot
through the lower part of the body. Is
getting along very well and will recover
if no new complications set In.
How to Correct Faulty Digestion
Faulty digestion, flatulence, indiges
tion, dyspepsia and, in fact, almost
all forms of stomach trouble are most
Invariably -due to acidity and food fer- , dren.
W. H. RUYLE, GAGE COUNTY
PIONEER FARMER, IS DEAD
BEATRICE, Neb., Nov. 17. (Special.)
William H. Ruyle, one of the best known
stock raisers and fsrmers In Gage county,
living east of the city, died Monday at a
local hospital following an. operation
which he underwent about -two weeks
ago. Mr. Ruyle was a native of Tennes
see and came to Gage county in 1880. He
Introduced the cultivation of alfalfa in
Gage county. ' He was up-to-date In his
methods, and. was never afraid to strike
out Into unexplored paths to promote his
business. - He was CS years gf age and
leaves a widow and eleven children.
Cherry Conuty . Homesteader Insane,
MCLLRN. . Neb.. "Nor. 17. (Special.)
George H. 'Huff, who located a home
stead in south Cherry county some three
yesrs ago, came to Mullen last week in
search of his wife and two small chil
li said that they had left his
mentation. Drugs and medicines which
stimulate the digestive organs are prac
tically useless In these cases because
the'y act only on the stomach and do not
affect the cause of the trouble the
acidity and fermenting food. To In
stantly neutralise the acid and stop fer
mentation, many physicians and special
ists prescribe a teaspoonful of blsurated
magnesia, obtainable of all druggists and
dispensaries, in a little water Immediate-
home while he wss working on a ranch
In the vicinity of Dean. - His strange
actions led to the belief that lie was
menially unbalanced, and the fact be
came quite clear when he sought Sheriff
Dutton of this county and asked that ha
be protected from harm. Mr. Dutton
placed him In the county jail for safe
keeeplng snd notified the authorities st
Valentine Huff tecaine violent Mon
day morning, .and at frequent Intervals
ly after meals or whenever pain Is felt. ! woul, aboul hl chUVlren being- In
Since the discovery by an eminent spe- I lh ol1 w"1 nr homestead, which Is
, ihi. ,.m.rkhi. nronrtv nf 1 bout thlrty-five miles northwest ot
hlssiiratsail m irneMi a. It la beinir adortrd
a. a standard antacid and food correc- I iHe. were sent to the vicinity of
tlve in many hospitals as well as . by
many prominent me J leal men throughout I
the world. Dyspeptics should always
keep blsurated magnesia handy as IU
i.se Invariably insures painless, normal
digestion. Advertisement. '
ALL UNDER ONE ROOr
This aroused some suspicion and
i home to Investigate matters, thinking
that he might, have committed a crime,
the result of 'which unbalanced his rolnd.
Deputy Sheriff C. M. Hahn of Cherry
county and Sheriff Dutton of Hooker
county left tor Valentine yesterday with
the unfortunate man. Neighbors' are
caring for his stock- and looking after
things at his horn. , .
Wayne Boy Loses Eye. -
WAYNE. Neb., Nov. 17. (Speclal.)-Roy
Landanger. a caddy, had an eye put out
by a golf ball here yesterday. He was
hunting for a ball along the creek And
appeared above the bank just In tlmi to
stop a long hard drive made by Harry
Fisher. He was taken to Omaha for
makes Ufe miserable. Dr. King's New
Life fills regulate your bowels snd re
lieve the engorged liver. Sc. All drug
Kremoiit Baalnesa Hoase Scorched.
FREMONT, Neb., Nov. 17.-(8pecial.)-Mrs.
Eckles' milltneryx store, 627 North
Main street, was destroyed by fire last
evening. The rooms above were occupied
by Jackman's photograph studio anfl
everything' was badly damaged by fire
and water. The bulMlng belonged to the
estate of N. Sampler and U M. Keene
and was badly damajred. Mrs. Eckles'
loss Is 11,600. with $1,000 Insurance. Jack-
man's loss Is about the same amount and
la partially covered by Insurance. The
loss In the bulldlr.g Is probably about
$00 and is fully covered by insurance.'
miifniii.niu two unmes.
SUTHERLAND. . Neb., Nov. 17-(Rne-
clat.) The local high school basket bull
teams defeated the Ogallala players In
two fast games here Saturday night. The
boys' score was JO to 17 and the girls'
score was 23 to 10.
GERMANY NOT BOUND BY
' HAGUE TREATY ON MINES
WASHINGTON, Nov. 17,-Statc depart
ment records support the assertion that
Germany is not legally bound by. the pro-
Visions of The Hague treaty limiting the
use of submarine mines.
. Article seven of the treaty provides
that It shall not be operative unless all
or tne belligerents have ratified the
treaty. The department's records show
that Russls,' Tnrkey and Servla of the
belligerent countries have not ratified the
convention. Under that construction the
observance of the provision by any of the
belligerents Is only a voluntary pne.
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UNION PACIFIC IS SUED
FOR FIFTY THOUSAND
MADISON. Neh.. Nov. 17. (Special.)
Hownrd Hurst, through his atturney, M.
V. Harrington, has commenced action In
district court to recover from the I'nlon
Pacific Railroad company damaxea In the
sum of $.V0,000 for Injuries which he al
leges In his petition to have sustained
by being struck by a I'nlon Pacific train
at Lodgepole, Neb., September 14, 1914.
The petition further states that tho plain
tiff was 2t years of age and an expert
musician, and In his profession aa a mu
sician he had to use his left hand at all
times, and by reason of tlio Injuries re
ceived ho Is unable to carry on his pro
fession as a musician.
Catarrh Is as much a blood disease as
scrofula or rheumatism. It may be re
lieved, but It cannot be removed by sim
ply local treatment, n breaks down the
general health, weakens the lung tlsues,
and leads to consumption.
Hood's Sarsaparllla Is so successful In
the treatment of catarrh that It Is known
as the best remedy for this disease. It
purifies the blood. Ask your druggist
for it Advertisement.
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