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Till; HEK: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 18, 10H.
REPUBLICANS TELL EXPENSE
Hake Public Summary of Financial j
Condition Aftfr Campaign. i
DEBT Or SEVENTEEN HUNDRED I
MM vf rnatrlhiitnr In FonrfB
ranll.hed, Jliimliii Who !'r
nlahrri Rrinari for n.
- test la rhrkl,
' tFrom a Staff Correspondent.)
MKCOLX, Neb.. Nov. 17.-tSp-ial
TYR-pram With ti ll In its trc.-isury
t. pay an outstanding imli bti1iicss of
$l 74A, the executive committee of the
republican state committee met at the
effh-e of State Treasurer iconic, chair
man of ' this committee, this afternoon,
to discus ways and mesns for swe.llnit
tlio "widow a mltc" smf iclcntly to mtl
the demand. Those present wrrc: Chair-
man et'iorge. ..Secretary VHry -, .Assistant
-reta.ry tValc I-'..'' H ; Oin ifcy of Pro '
monl, treasurer of tin- committee; K. I.
Icaeh of Lincoln. O . nydor of
f'Neill, and one or two others not con
flicted with, the committee.
.V-rdj. ly Mrtf.'i. Ph r.'e I art of
Din" dcTMcnCy lv I'ffn s jl.si rbed. tut' i
lo( paid in. I. nt th'-fl Kill til e a con
siderable .sum leff, nn.1 republicans Who
tlosjne t'i see the Committee get-tnil (.f
(lelit may' tond In Vtitrfbutltriis without
fear of hurl. np the fecltm. of l he com
mittee, A glaiut. t tTi- . 1 it of njlisi nlx ra
shows tfiat republican, .rcngretsiir'n paid
fcul ahdin. half "hat democratic ion
gressnier'i ,pJd to ino tu.te committee of
that party. ftphlnian, candidate for con
gress In'the Th.ril district, was the. most
KCS' iuuS of itm oiistis.onal candidates,
putting In dA ,- Nebraska's democratic
nator lS'''i Im d Hir) to tin- democratic
state Cuu.imi:toi toiit the republic tin lint
how but . tlW ul. r.bul ly . nutor
JNorrls. It. IJ. Howell v ,ia the te.irlcit
subscriber, being sH-iemcd J"'"1.
' " nninmry vt I'lnanco.
"An effort win I' made td ra o thej
Mono)- needed to j. ut tli. oointnittre out
of debt. , Following ia a tmniinary of re
ctpU and (jlburwiiienti:
J'oetat atainpH old ,
Tha Importance of
raaerr atrenf th and par
bload t t ti i period eaanat be
nr mlMtJ mmi Netwe'e awe
wannt la Scmtt't fmililtn
l impart that etrentlB that enrichaa
the Wood, etrenftbena the booee aaol
fV J aubjeratea the wrhela areteaa.
VI Tj Pkytleiant everraiAere arewriae It,
France is Making Inventory of
Property Destroyed by Germans
Vote on Governor
FT. I'!K. I irnrtmrnt "f Voaneii, FYaner.
Nov. 17-('la l'arlf) The Krenrh govern
ment la taking rareful rount of the dani
aiite done by the ijerman Invadera to
I'reneh property and of alleRid offense
on the part of the rnerny deenw d to te 111
rontraventlon of Th llag'ie treaty de.
fining the rtil" of war.
Varlourt rnemlxra of the rat'lnet, inelud
ItiK I'remler Vlvlanl, Minlater of Jiu-tle
j f'rliind, Mlnl.-ter of Vnr MiHerand and
.Minister of Kiniin'- Itilx.t. hnve vlnftd
" j Iwm and vlllaKea In the terrttorlea evar-
I liateii hy the Hermann and have
firet hand Inqulrlea nlonn thego
I'rrsidnil I'olnraie, Ciahrlel Iliiuotaui, n
former cabinet of fleer, and ln-p'ity Mau
rl e Harroa have done the am thing anil
they are all ronvlneed ttmt an i normoua
amount of property haa hern destroyed
the obliteration of which eered no nilll-tnn-
put po'e. ' ' .
-'rmtln nnd dvcrttfllnf..
Halariea of employe. .... ...
Telephone and teicnaph ....
Kxpreaa. Irrihl nn.1 ray....
Ftatkinarv and aiiiilea
J'natlnK and dlatilbutln
. . . 7WI ft
I .Hlioer , . . . . .
t l; ynrftj ...
t 'uhii r
1'u ri in a
Total recflpta ,..i.l,iixs."8
Total paid, out 3,'.6t
Ilalance No-rmber 17...,, t Ml
Ihdebtediioiia tt committee November
37, la about II. TW.
Campalg cootributiont were as follows:
11. R. Hewell,.
A. O. Thomaa.,
(. H. Splllnian,.
O. II. Clancy..
M. P. Klnkald.
C. II. Hloan....
S. n Hirlnn ...
Kred Beckman... loo n
F. C. llamer ion n. (i.
t:l. T. Clarke, lr..
J'5 . f. Hplllman...
$. H. Miirnhain.-..
2U. Fv. fturkctt....
:i;c. II. Beaumont.
1? -'rank Park
-l A". Seelenfreund.
?t. A. J. Jenlaon.
i. A. Dan e aoh..
... , 4
. . . ' kZ
; . . UK
. . . 1'IIH
, . . !M7
. . . . 1.17H
. . . . 7.4-
Hooker i..: 177
Key a Paha :tl"
W. . Miner UIW. ('. Oakers
N. W. Wllaon.... W Joseph Teoters.... t
8. A. Phtirrard... 6 vV. T. Thompson hi'
II. U. 1-rout ... Si. w. Warrl...iwlH0
1rLr Viotl-" li Aldrlch.;i,lu
A. C. Murphy & w. . Vll0o.i..T R
Co ...f.J....... Jt. W. Ault i ' 10
ji. r. nurwooa... : if. F. M.OiMi'...."
K U,nM,!, J"- riBH.k.-.-
B KdmUtert J. B..nrt T. A .
A. H. Armstron.. 10 Baum fc
r i . roisom e maunders county
-J-r. A. J. Jenlaon.. 60
fii. O. Wellenelck 10
2'a. II. Thomas.... 10
1WA. M. iritmle.. lWi
lr. V. Wilsoo e
Fred Htaniey.... lot
A.- ll. Trimble....
It. v.. Moore......
A. H. Allen..
A. W. Mterne
ticott Bluft Co.
T. K Hall
A. U. Dann
.S. R. McKelWe..
f. V. KeaVts
H. G. Taylor
K. C. llamer.....
Harpy Co. Com...
A. W. Stern.....
W. V. noaaland.
S. M. Mellck
K. Oreen A t'o.
H. A. Rrubaker..
11. r. I.lndxay....
.V f jlll
Thayer i.. .......
r C. Marshall.. S. 70;
j 11. M. Joyce.
C. II. Clancy VM
;dw. T. KwoHh. 1J
J-k: M. Curry. ....'..$ 1
lof)Stanip aold, 21
,ia ibna Neison loo
..-,10. It. Uiirney.... J.'i
i.vV. Van Sickle.... i
K. M. Pollard '
inW. A. Kelltck
Bee Want Ada Are the
' 3 'Ji
. I ".
office iH halrman of a cntnmissinn now
I taklmf testimony in the St. Die re(?loi
j as to certain alleged offenses on the part
I of Invaders, a well as the Identity of the
I The property losses undoubtedly will
' run lnto'hundreds of millions of francs.
' The town of St. l1e is an example. The
I Herman occupation lasted fifteen- days.
!urlnr this time forty home, valued at
1 more than . franca (12n.onn) wero
burned, and there are many fnstancea r.f
! plllaan on record. The commission under
made M. Mollerd distinguishes between damatto
lines, result In front bombardment and destruc
tion without military object. St. Dt has
been subjected to Intermittent bombard
ment for more than torty days
The Wolff bureau has been autuorlz'd
to deny the -statement that there never
had len any French batteries or obser
vation ta In the netKliberhood of the
widow Mr. Pess s survived by a 'dn js;h
ter, Mrs. J. S. Prltchett of New York,
three sisters. Mts. Ren F. Marti, Mrs. W.
L. f slier and Mts Frank Hca,n of
Omaha, and a brother. C. W. Reese nf
Buffalo. C,.c. Funeral arranitements
will be made a soon as word Is received
fr.ni th .ilaiiiil.ter in New York.
I). . II. Johnson.
ST. r.U'U Minn., Nor. 1..-D. !. B.
J'.lini'ton. a philanthropist and pioneer
Minnesota ii, . died curly today after a
Ions; Illness. Mr. Johnst-.n was tj years
old. The Mar,- .1 .InhnFtnn Mission hos
pital st Manli. P. I, nss built and
i nipped 1 y Mr. Johnston in 1 "!.
4 lean nnndasres
d m t hse to he used very often
yon ufc pucklen's Arhlca Ss'
sure and heais null kly.
Ely's Cream Balm Opens Clogged
Nostrils and Head Catarrh Goes
Instantlr Clear Air ras-ai;ei Yon i
llratrx Freely. NMjr IMsrhargr
Slope, HeMt Old and I Hit I Hoexl
net a small bottle anyway. Just to try
It Apply a little In the nostrila nnd In
stantly your clogged nose and topped
up air psoases of the head Will open,
you breathe freely; diltnes and head
ache disappear. By morn'nn'. the catarrh
cold-'n-head or catarrhal sora throat will
End such m scry now ! (et tlie small
bottle of 'Ely's Crcm Balm" at any drug
store. This sweet, fraarant balm dis
solves by the hest of the nostrils; pene
trstei and heals the Itifhimed. swollen
membrane which lines the nose, head and
thrist; clears the air passages; stors
nasty discharges and a feellns; of cleans
ing. ootrVfng relief comes Immrdlately.
IVn t lay awake tonight struggling for
breath, w'th head stuffed; nostrils
closed, hawking and blowing. Catarrh
or a colli, with Its running nose, foul
mucous dropping Into the throat, and raw
dryness Is distressing but truly needless
Tut your fsltli Just (.nee In 'Ely s
Cream Balm" and your cold or catarrh
will surely disappear. Advertisement.
Armani! Mollard of the Fn m n Foreign I cathedral at Kholms.
utructlon of a brick edifice at the corner
of Mxth and (irant streets t' cost 115.W.
The old CinKregational church was re
cently a-il.l to the tlermhn Evangelical
Lutheran church I Missouri synod). A
call lias been extended to Rev. Mr. Clark
of Cre.to to succerd Itev. J. W. Ferner.
who recently resigned us pastor to ae.
cept the paitorate of the Congregational
church at Aurora, Neb.
O'ontlnued from Page One.)
to raise" 7iumwhich Would enable it to
carry the lr tip to July and a prhepeetu
was Issued this afternoon of a ' loan
amounting, to t3.V),0f) at thf pflce of 05,
bearing interest of 3 per cent and re
deemable at jiar on if arch t?!!?, Of this
um. the chancellor said, the rifoycrnnieni
already liad been offered lQO,0fi,Q00. by
one, firm . .!.--..
l.lnle l retottilte".
The only dissent throughout his loag
senator from Orcuon today, tiled his re-, jp-h WM while the chancalior was pro-
port, which showed contributions, of IXVO i poin a ta on lea. He spoke of the
and expenditures of M2. ! ...i,.... - teetotallers" belna as olf floMlt to
catch as the Kmden. ' At- this point Leit
I Jonea, member for North Westmrtfelana,
More Senators File
Their Expense Bills
WASIIINOTOX. Nov. 17. Krnator
Chamlicrlaln, io-cicctel os United States
Hubert Work of Colorado, the repub
Mean candidate who gave Senator Thomas
a close fight ,fpr his seat,, reported In
received no contributions, but spent
Senator Mark Smith of Arizona re
ported additional expenditures of !.'2.v
Ambassador flerard from Berlin re
ported he spent A.O0O In his unsuccessful
candidacy for senator from New York.
Frceldent Wilson today characterized
as "an Idle Invention" a report that Mr.
Oerard would resign his post because of
The Want Ad Columns of The Bee Are
Read laily hy People in Search of Ad
well known as a public speaker on tem
perance and who never loses ah oppor
tunity of preaching the Virtues of total
abstinence,-left the house as a protest,
amidst the lauffhter of his colleagues.
HUNTER SUUN IN FIGHT
WITH WOUNDED DEER
ANTICO, Wis.. Nov. 17. -That a fight
with a wounded deer ended In the death
of David Olbson wasj revealed when the
body of the hunter was found late today
In Pawycr lake near here. Gibson wbi
out hunting Monday and wounded a large
deer, which plunged into the lake. Gib
son followed the wounded animal and
was killed In tlie struggle.
DEATH RECORD '
MULLEN. Neb. Nov. IS (Special.)
A. J. Rlptey. a pioneer resident of Hooker
county, who located on the Dismal river
In an early day, died at the home bt his
daughter, Mr. Morris Evans, In Whitman
Saturday nnd was buried In Cedar Alew
cemetery at this place Sunday afternoon.
Deceased was father of Mrs. Judge Bow
ers of this city, and for the last se.-cral
years haa made his home among relatives, i
John W. Reese. j
John W. Reese, 63 years old, died Mon- i
day night of paralysis at hla home, 2013
Ijeavenworlh street. Mr. Reese Is well
known In Omaha and all over the west,
as he had been engaged In - the horso
commission business at South Omaha for .
many years, having lived In Omaha for
I The result of i- "j Jj
22 years' successful tfTT yMWSJ I T
I. . ea1Xl . ,, L S
Sm, mm f
loucu iuc uiiic-a- u hi
miles on one M J
over thirty years, - lie aa a member of
the Elks lodge at Norfolk. Besides his
Stomach Upset? End Indigestion,
Gas, Sourness Pape's Diapepsin
..V.1W7 M0 10)2:17 R71 2S.',7
ReavU Will ffpeak la Beatrice.
, BBATRICE.- Neb.. Nov.. 17.-(Speclal.)-Hon,
,C. F. Rcavls of Falls. City, congressman-elect
from the First district,
haa accepted tha Invitation to deliver thi
address at the Elka' memorial service to
be held at the Paddock theater In this
city Pundsy afternoon, December .
Ton can eat anything your atomach
crave without fear of Indigestion or
Dyspepsia, or. that 'your food v111 fer
ment or sour on your stomach, If you
will take Pape a Diapepsin occasionally.
Anything you eat will be digested; noth
ing can ferment or turn Into acid, poison
or stomach gaa, which causes Belching,
Dlszlness. a Feeling of Fullness after
Kat.ng, Nausea. Indigestion (like a lump
of lead In stomach). Biliousness, Heart
burn, Water Brash, Pain In Stomach and
Intestines. . lloadaches from, atomach aro
absolutely unknown where Tape's Dia
pepsin Is used. ' 'It really e7ees 111 the
work of a healthy stomach. " It 'digests !
your meals when-your stomach eanT.' It :
leaves nothing to ferment; sdor and up-j
set the stomach. , . v
Oct a large fifty -cent rase' of Pape'a
Diapepsin from your druggist, then eat!
anything you want without the slightest j
discomfort or misery, besides, every Par.,
tlcle of Impurity and gas that Is In your!
stomach and Intestines will vanish., !
Should you be suffering now from In-'
digestion or any stomach disorder, you
can. get,- relief In five minutes Adver
tisement. . ,
Beatrice to Have New 4 h arch.
riCATRlCE, Neb., Nov. 17. (SpeciaU
The building committee of the Congrega
tional church ' held a meeting Monday
and decided to at once begin the con-
Rectal Diseases Cured
A mild treatment, that cures riles,. Fistula and other Rectal disease in
a short time, without a surgical operation- No Chloroform, ether or
Other general anoxlhetic used. A cure guaranteed in every case accepted
for trout ment, and no money to be paid until cured. Write for book on
Hectai Diseases, with testimonials.
DIt. TAHRV Hoe Building Omaha.
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laD JS. iia .-ZLj
New. Direct from Factory. To Be Sold at Auction
at Bortschy's Garage. 2016 Harney St.. Omaha
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 20 and 2!
AT 2 O'CLOCK P. lYI.
40 H, P. Touring Cars, Electric Starting and Lighting and Gas Equipped, Timken Annular Ball, Hyatt F. and
S: Bearings. Car will be sold with catalog guarantee, plenty of parts to maintain during Kfe of cars. Factory run
ning; cars now ready; get demonstration any time. DON'T FORGET TIME AND PLACE.
KRTSCBIY GARAGE, Omaha
A "Light Six That's Dijferent
that has been carefully, painstakingly design
ed on sound engineering principles.
;that in complete in; every respect, having ev
ery feature of th highest priced cars.
that has more than one horsepower to every
65 pounds of weight.
that will throttle down to oie,mle .an hour
on high gear. .
that has speed enough to'
that will travel from 22 to
gallon of gasoline.
that has been accurately built and expensively
that will maintain the reputation of its pred
ecessors. Such is
America's Greatest "Light Six"
Unit power plant. 3-poInt suspension,
d-cy Under n-bloc moter, actually
developing 65 brake horsepower.
121 Inoh wheelbase. .
l.eft hand drive, center control,
Weight, eompletely. pqulpped, 2,."0
lbs., giving snore than one horse
. power to every fi5 lbs. ef weight, v
Ieec-Nev1lle eeparate unit starting
and Ugbting system.
Economical Hayfleld carburetor.
Ignition from- - storage battery
through Keiny distributor and coll.
Vacuum gasoline system with gas
tank at rear of chassis.
Splash and force feed lubrication.
Forced water circulation.
Clutch, three-plate dry disc type lined
with Kaybestoa. .
Transmission,, selective sliding gear
type, three speeds forward, one re
TltoyneB fnll floatlaf rear axle.
Xxclturie arch frame construction.
Low center of gravity and long
sweeping body linen.
S4x3-1ji. tires, Firestone demountable
Motor driven tire pump.
. Improved One-man top. Collins cur
tains. Clear . and rain-vision ventilating
Tiro carrier at rear of chassis.
Clear running boards. Electric horn
Haynes Auto Sales Co.
2032 Farnam Street Omaha, Nebraska
Phone Douglas 5383
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BE H VICE
. ISth and
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It is all heat and power,
and atomizes easily a
great aid to winter motor
ing an end to starting
Red Crown is a straight?
distilled product, always
uniform, always pure and
costs no more than the
The miles -per-gallon gasoline."
Buy Red Crown by name, at any
garage or supply store.
In zero weather your car needs
P0LARINE the cold proof frio
Standard Oil Compact
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