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THE BKK: OMAHA, TUESDAY. OCTOUKU
One Tiled for National Safety Com
mittee and One by the Laws
WARRANT CASE INTO COURTS
Is Found Guilty of
Accepting a Bribe
MADISON, Nob.. Oct, 4. Sjo 1st Tele-gram.)-
After tilng out flftreti hours, at
J. 30 o'clock thin afternoon a Jury in dl-trl.-t
court rvtuniei a verdlrt find ng
A. J. KaonU stein, former county attor
nev of klarilMutt county, guilty of accept
ing bribes. The- penalty Is one to five
1 yearn In the. penitentiary on each count
(From a Staff Correspondent. 1 '0f tne Inllclment. Jn the Inflict m nt there
LINCOLN, Oct. t I Special ) To flra Wero ,our Poi:nts, anil he was foua.l
prevention days will he celebrated In guilty on cncli.
Nebraska this fall, one created by Gov KiienlRSti In rosl.l.d In Norfolk, and it
rrnor oMrchead by special proclnma- , rhcirgeO that during 1911, upon nrh of
tlon at the request of th. National Safety f,ir occasions, he received $Ti Iroin the
First committee, and the other by stat- proprietress of a house of prost tutlon
lite, which provides for observance on w it i the undcrstai d.nu that by pajina
the first Friday after the first Monday In the money the woman would be protected
November. from arrest and profecutloti under tho
Oovernor Morehead named October 9 provisions of the nrdlivuuie of tho city.
tta one data at the request of the Na
tional Safety committee
Issue a second proclamat
ond date as provided by statute
Superintendent A. O. Thomas of the ,
Nebraska schools, and Fire Comm s-
doner nidgell will pass over the October! TO Vp 4,(Sl.1,a Kvn.
date and center their efforts In I-.o- t , owr; Mft BNt:1,ltl,,
vembe.r. They will send out literature ChorM,r prow am, , ,,rMo,. .
and instructions for then. pcrlntendent of women's work, and Miss
TOiiui,uw.u..v. .," V" Fannie Peterson, soloist, arrived In the
Tri-State Telephone Company Or
ganized Merging Northwest
SAID TO BE INDEPENDENT LINES
sl'nVa Vi'k hmitfni"w'llhf."7l. ff tvrtfrrWill 'tlVTtTr""
d Uoy King, both of Onmhv LlAULlI Villi IluVU
Big Corn Festival
VALUABLE ANIMALS KILLED
BY STATE VETERINARIAN
(Ftom a staff Corrsondcnt.
LINCOLN. Oct. 4. Sie. lul l - State
Veterinarian 3. P. Anderson has returned
to Lincoln after superintending the. kill
ing In Hooker county last week of twenty
"dourlne" horses and two glendered
Hooker county, with ltlalne, Thomas.
Cherry and Orant, have Iwen uuaranttned
en account of horse diseases since last
October, but the first killing took placa
(From a Staff Coi respondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 4.-( Social.) Articles
of Incorporation of the Trl-Stato Tele- last week. lr. Andrcson expect to find
phone company, a merger of the tele- a hundi-cd or more Infected animals ami
phone companies of northwestern Ne- kill them Immediately, so that the nuar
biifka and portions of Wyom ng amtiantlne may be raised within a mont'i.
South Dakota, were filed today with
Secretary of State Tool.
The corporation Is valued at l23o,tvm.
The dourlne horses were aPPlse !, Ic
fore being kllbd, at H.yoi .Vl.-of which
cne-thlrd, i'-1.s'l. Is paid by the state and
and Is backed by Evan 11. Warner of J another third by the federal government
atum r'thl Lowry Party Opens
Revival at York
Chadron. K. M. I.eFlang of Omaha and
A. K, nranthnm of t-exlngton. It will
bo Independent of the Hell people, It la
The scope of the new company extends
from Valentine to Lusk, Vyo and from
Alliance to Ardmore, 8. P. The matter
of transferring the propert'es will be
tnkon tip later by the railway commis
sion for approval.
er H-k " bartered.
The state pays two-thirds of the value
rf glanuerod horses, whlly the owner
stands the remaining third.
FUNERAL OF AUTO VICTIM
IS HELD AT ELK CREEK
TKCl'MSKH. Neb., Oct. 4.-tSpcdal.)-The
funeral of John Truto, the victim of
the Uage county automobllo accident of
Thuradrtv. waa hnlil At thn home nf im
The Platte Valley State bank Is a new mother. Mrs. Wilhelmlim Trute. In Elk
firo chiefs, tho maors of cities t.nd city
council to observe the uuy in a general
city Saturday. The first meeting was i
bank chartered by the State Panklomt
board at P-ott'a Bluff, Neb. It Is capi
talised at $15,000. The offlcera are L. B.
Howey of Lincoln, president, and C. N.
Wright of Scott's Bluff, vice president
held In tho tabernacle, which Is Plx!2J ! and cashier.
cleanup campaign to pieyenv y . feet, yesterday morning at 10:45 o'clock. I Incorporation papers have been ap
flagratlons. The warning. Hid dril.s ,,...,.,.. ... m than l.ooo. Proved bv the State Rankin b.r.l fr
or .cnoo.s wm ue inc.Uu.-u m w.v; EvHnKtT;Ht iMVry tlMlk for ,, texi:
Intendenfa Instruetiou. i,j0rJ revlvc Uie vork , ,he ,M(t p
To Sue Over Wnrranta. I, he yeai-, in the midst of the years
Application was made to the supreme tvlaV;e known; wrath remember mercy."
court today by Aislstant Attorney Gen- iahKkkuk, 111:2.
eral Ayres for permission to tl.e a man- JJe oorej ,ne preacher who preached
ilamna ault nirMinHt suite Ireasuvcr Jiail .. --i. .. ..... nu ... A ,-.i....aA
und on behalf of Fir- t o.mu.sMo.ur Jorlly of ,hc m0mlwi Bn(1 Blso touched I frPme Court, fm udmen fo; -10
KldgeU. The suit will be to compel tho up t,,e pew mPmrK,,.s, wh,rh h. pnced In i ,ror "f yank 1Y r n
treU?.urer to countcrslun warrants f..r our ciaasti,e 8hrker. Jerker, worker. I '"l" recelvc1 collision with a fir
expenses and sa.anes of the fire com- kno,.kp, The evening attendance was
the Nebraska State bank at Chadron.
with a capital of tK.OOO. The Incor
porators are II. A. Copsey, W. J. Root
and F. W. Hnrgarten.
ltamaae Case Appealed.
South Omaha has appealed to Ihe au-
.-.KTF.lt. Neb., Oct. 4 I -'v '''
Oreat preparations are Ix'lng made by the
business men and cttltens of Lxrter far
tho three days corn festival to le held
on. Thuraday, Friday and Saturday, Oct.
7, S and P. Over IKK) will be given In
rash for corn ex It bits to be entered by
farmers In Nebraska for this year's corn.
the evening of the opening day there
will be one of the biggest wrestling
matches ever pulled off outside of tin
cities, when Anton Stecher of Podge, will
grapple with t'blils Jordan, the ex-tnld-dle
weight champion. This match Is at
trartlng wide-spread attention and
and will bo given under canvas
with a seating capac.ty of lis).
An amount of free attractions will be
given each day and a barlecue on Sat
urday. Congressman Sloan will speak on
Thursday, Oovernor Morehead on Friday
and lion. K. Hopt of the State Farm on
Saturday. This event will be tho biggest
affair ever attempted by Kxeler olttsons.
Corn exhlli.ts must be In Exeter by Wed
T 03EJFULLY PROBED
(From a Staff Cot r ppondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. I - js e. Ir.l.l-The Un-
HiiYrn, near Nckers'in.' 'TYiJ'fhreV 'rne'n I
were lorked In the county Jail. The
chicken" were found on the Claussen
place lorked In a chicken coop.
LEAGUE IS PROPOSED
FAlltHl'lir, Neb.. Oct. 4 -(Special. )
Pres. dent C. W. Crawford and several
directors of the Falrbury base ball aao-
I itlon have launched a new plan for the
formation of an Interstate league of base
ball clubs between Kansas and Nebraska
for next year. It Is the contention of these
base ball ptomoters, since the Nebrasaa
state league was abandoned on Ju.y 17,
Inst, a lenguo comprising four good Ne
braska towns and four good Kansas
town In the northern part of the state,
all within a reasonable distance of each
other could be organlird. A class P as
sociation would be formed and pl.ice the
salary limit at ITiA The promoters claim
that amount wou'.d give each town a
team ens. ly handled. Falrbury Is still In
lino for league base ball and will le
willing to boost the proposition another
SITWATtP. Neh.. Oct. 4. (Special Tele,
grnm.) Nicholas Stringer, son of Valen
tine Stringer of Mllford. Neb., wag killed
when a muxile-loador with which M
laid been hunting, accidentally dis
charged. The load entered Strlnger'g
rha k and deposited at the base of hi)
brain. He was lust stepping out of the
toat In which ha had come down thn
Ulne river when the gun atruck against
the side of the boat or the landing; dock
and iliac barged.
BE HELD IN PAVILION
iniHsioner's cfllce bIih-b September Liu,
A previous suit relative to WHrmnts in i
tdyj, August Vi.TiTECUMSEH REVIVAL WILL
w lien mu it.iinuicr ijuiki iiv
thority to pay them.
tirnenther at Lincoln.
Ohrla Gruenthor. who was Senator TEC17MSEH. Neb..-(Speclal-The largo
llltchcock'g choice for Internal revenue l,le Pavilion of Halsted Pons, on Clay
collector, but who failed to land through j treet- "a on rented for the coming
the opposition of the Hiyans. paid a
Etate Game Warden Qua Reiitenbeek
has returned from Cherry county, where
Creek, Sunday afternoon. It waa con
ducted by Mow II. O. Orupe, pastor of tho
German Lutheran church. Mr. Trute was
a single man and X years of ago. He
was a farmer. He had served In tho
Cnlted States army and was a splendid
physical type of manhood. Frank W.
Schulti, owner of the aulomob.le. who
lives southwest of Tecumseh, was slightly j
injureu nuernaiiy ana nis ncaa was.
badly bruised. He la Improving.
Aatn Arrlilert at geward.
SEWAftn, Neb., Oct. 4. (Special Tele
gram.! J. McCormlck and C. M. Fry.
both of T'lysaes, Neb., were hurt In an
automobile accident here today. Mo
Coiinkk sustulned two broken rlba and
Fry waa severely bruised. The automo
bile struck a curb and turned over and
both men were fortunate to escape with
RAVENNA MAN D ES OF
EATING CANNED FISH
GRANP 1SIJVNP. Neb.. Oct. 4. fpe
rlal Telegram.! Albert Happ, machinist,
SO years of age, died In a local hospital
hero this morning of ptomaine poisoning.
coin city louncll will tske Hnal action resulting from eating canned fish. He was
Wednesday on tl.e chiiiKes of Judge W.
H. Knglaml of li regular. .'.os In the pur
chase nt an automobile for the public
satety department. Mayor C. W. lirynn
and the other members of the commis
sion aro lm lined to Rive full publicity to
the results of an Investigation of the
Commissioner Wright, It is understood,
will deny any negligence on his part In
not protecting the city, in purcluuMiig a
worthless second-hand machine.
thicken Stealing; the ( harsi.1'
FHKMONT. Neb.. Oct. . -(Special.)
Tracking a crooked wagon track and a
horse with half a shoe on one foot, offi
cers followed a trail to the home of
Merl Claussen. where he and hl brother.
Itoy, and Hoy Tyler were taken in o
custody on the chnrgn of stealing clilck
ens fro nit he slock farm of IMutte
brought to thla oily from rtavenna yes
terday !n an automobile and bad the
additional mishap of being ditched to
gether with all the other members of the
party Including hla physician, when the
automobile skidded from the road. Rapp
waa single. Relatives at Lincoln an Burn
ham were notified.
All the Hag
Accused nf gnndar ale. '
FREMONT, Neb.. Oct 4. (SperliU.)
On complaint of cltliens. John Swanson,
a local saloon keeper, was arrested Sun
day morning for selling liwuor on S.m
day. When Tilef of 1'olloe Peterson
and another officer with City Attorney
C. K. Abbott entered the Swanson pHce
several men sat drinking at tables.
Swanson was In the room. He pletded
nut guilty In police court. H'a bearing
waa set for Wednesday morning.
I'se The f.ee's "Swapper" column.
vldit to the capitol today, having bus!
ness with mo noara or control. ua
also had. a half hour's conference with
Governor Morehead In the lattcr's pri
. t orn Good In Gage.
L.ine Mumford, who. when he Is acting
a the governor's private secretary, la
, 1 1.
The Ahtolut ami I'ttrr llartnlfHg.
nraa of "Hrownatonc" Ha" Mado
Hair Tinting Safe nnI Kasy.
t need not tolerate gray, a're'kel
or faded hair another duy. It tak a
but a few momenta to a'ply "Mrowni-
tone with your comb
or brush, and Just a
little "touching tip"
once a month shooll
keep your hair the
beautiful ahada you
Results always thi
same always plead
ing. Will not rub or
wash off and guar
anteed to contain
none of the danger
oua lngredtenta so
often found In "dyes."
shade. One to pro
duce golden oi medium brown, the other
dark brow n or black.
Sample and book'et sent -n receipt C
10c. "Ilrownatote" la Mold by lendin:
drug stores. In two slisea- ;Gc and 1 o .
Order dlroct from Kenton Plinrn a !
Co., ! K. Pike Street. Covins ton, K ,
If ( your druggist will not supply y-
You will nave yourself much nnnojH.i
by refusing to accept a aubatltute.
Insist on "Rrownatone" at your hai
Sold and guaranteed In Omubn
Sherman x McConnell Drug Co. store...
and 'other leading dealers.
evangelistic campaign to be he'd lit Te
cumseh. Carpenters are this week erect-
He ' mK ft 'nr temporary platform In one
enrt oi tne pavilion lor me vocsi cnorua,
and a pulpit Just In front of It. The
building la being thoroughly fumigated,
and the seats are being taken from the
chautaunu auditorium to the pavilion.
It is thought that seats can be provided
for at least 1.S00 people. A rest room and
JUBt plain Farmer "Gene," brought along nursery is being arranged. The meetings,
peveral ears of corn from his Gaga which, is a union effort, by the Metho
county form. "Gene" had a field otdis, Presbyterian and Baptist churches of
i-lxty acres which promises sixty-five t Tecumseh, will begin next Sunday morn
bushels to the acre and another of thirty j ing, kitober 10. Rev. Elmer P. Loose
acres Just as good. Mr. Mumford sa.d : of Waukesha, Wis., will be the evange
most of the Gage county corn was out i
of the way of frost and a sharp nip I
would help It materially In preparli.g
it for bunking. I
Federation Grown Stronger.
The Slate Federation of Labor may
lose the support of the Lincoln Typo
graphical union because of Its stand on
the proposed prohibition amendment, but
it gained five other" unions on - the-eame
ground, according to word reaching
Labor Commissioner Coffey. Tw-o car-
lic-.t in charge, and his song and music
leaders are Mr. and Mrs. Kex J. Moon,
who come with him. The vocal chorus
will begin pract.ee work the middle of
this week. A big meeting Is anticipated
by the promoters.
HEBRON VETERAN, IS DEAD
HEBRON, Neb., Oct. 4-(Special.
Frank Hutchinson, a pioneer settler of
mens unlonu, one in South Omaha and Hebron, died at hU home In. thla city
one in Fremont, and the carpenters' Sunday night, aged 76 years,- He wag
union of Fremont, have Joined the fed-fcorn n Monterey, N. V.. December 17,
eratlon and two others signified their jigyj, married Miss Rhoda T. Cale at
Newport 111., .January 12, 1662. came to
Nebraska In. the spring of and act-
Intentloa of becoming members.
Inspect Drainage Dlteh.
Governor Morehead and State Knglneer
Johnson went to Richardson county yes
terday for an Inspection of drainage
ditches in that vicinity, after the gov
ernor had been requested by a delega
tion of people from that section to over
ride Johnson's objections to a drainage
project.. The state engineer claimed the
plans drafted by the district to take
caro of the flood waters along the lower
Nemaha would not work out. He is
working on a system of levees and
parallel ditches to relieve conditions In
that section, where thousands of acres
of crops were ruined by the high water
BOARD OF CONTROL TAKES
UP CONTRACTS AT KEARNEY
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 4. (Speclul.)-The State
Hoard of Control today awarded a con
tract for the construction of a boiler and
a laundry for the state tuberculosis hos
pital at Kearney to Water Knutsen of
that city for S3.0S7. Bids for the plumbing
and wiring were rejected aa not being in
the proper form.
At the same time the board rejected all
bids for the construction of a residence
for the superintendent as being too high,
and postponed the building to see how
the building fund would ho Idout.
The 1915 legislature appropriated 16.2j3
for the buildings at the Kearney institu
tion. The Board of Control had the
superintendent s residence in mind In sub
mitting the estimate for that amount.
U 1 1 ... .1 I n n .1 . rnn II... V. .. -
living with biswlfeand family In tl.e ad- if y ln the "BtoB'.Sarh
ministration building of the hospital with twinges, severe headaches, achl tomch.
..h-..i. ,.i.,. " .ii A ' . constipation, torpid liver, sleepleeeness.
rr a k. ,..i .bladder and urinary irritation.
tied lu Hebron. He served during the
civil war two years In Company I, Sev
enteenth 'Illinois cavalry, and was cap
tain of a company that held back the
Indians and bordermen at the time when
the first Oregon trailers left Kansas City
for their trip across the country. The
funeral was held today under the auspices
of the local Grand Army of the Republic.
EAT LESS MEAT ,
MID TAKE SALTS
IF lies HURT
Says a tablespoonful of Salts
flushes Kidneys, stop- :
Meat forms Uric Acid, which
excites Kidneys and Weak
Katlng meat regularly eventually pro
duces kidney trouble In some form or
other, says a well-known authority, be
cause the uric acid In meat excites the
kidneys, they become overworked: get
sluggish; clog up and cause aH aorta of
distress, particularly backache and mi
1 us ig i
Yes, $100 in cash if you get as much
as a "peck of ashes" from One Ton of
of his family.
NEBRASKA RATE CHANGES
COMING UP AT HEARING ! tablespoonful In a glass of water before
The moment your back hurts or kid
neys aren't acting right, or if blad !er
bothers you, get about four jounces of
Jad Salts from any good pharmacy; take
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, Oct. 4.-(Speclal.) The Sta'e
Railway commission has set October 20
as tba date for the hearing on the re
vision of freight classification No. 1.
Omaha lumber dealers are Interested In
a revla on to ab.'ish the individual mark
ing of each piece of freight and the traf
fic bureau is for a change ln the sched
ule on vinegar. Kennedy & Parsons of
Omaha want cardboard bottles included
with paper bottles.
Thetraftlc bureau Is anxious to have
asphalt mixers In the same class with
concrete and wants roofing paper In the
same class with wallboards.
There are twenty-four proposed
breakfast for a few days and your kid- .
.. w.lll . I. -.. - fin TV, ramnua
salts la made from the acid of grapes ,
and lemon Jul e, combined with lithia,
and has been used for generations to
flush clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity; also to neutralize the
acids in the urine so It no longer irri
tates thus ending bladder disorders,
Jad SM's cannot lnj'ire anyone; makes
delightful effervescent llthii-wa'er
drink which millions of men and women
take now and then to keep the kidneys
and urinary organa clean thus avoiding
serious kidney disease. Advertisement
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