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TTIE DEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1915.
Tomer Demo Confcmiman and Gov
ernor Would Ron on Dry
MORE FUN FOR HITCHCOCK
(From a Staff Cortponclrnl.)
MNCOIJ. Ort. 2l-fi-ll H-Oomrll-ratlons
continue to com In the demo
cratic situation over th nominations for
the fnlted H!at-s irenate. Now en-Congressman
A. C. flhalW ntieraer. who at
ona time filled the Joh of governor and
at another time served hi dUtrlct as a
congressman, has tl(d off to his friend
thai he want the democratic nomination
for tha eenata In place of Bcnator Hitch-
Put Fifty Speakers
Into Dry Campaign
AfKOflA, Ort. -(Special ) The -r.enscs
t,t fifty Preahytcrlan pastors and
laymen In Nebraska In the flsjht to make
Nebraska dry In will be fully and
completely PHld by the national tfjerd of
temperance of the Preaby terlan aaacmbly.
Announcement of thla plan was made yca
terdny mornlna; to the state aynod by Dr.
Kobert C. .'etenbera, aecretary of the
hoard of temperance.
The synod yesterday mornlnir appointed
Ir. J. M. Bran of Hastings. Dr. W. I.
Aend-r of Grand Island, Dr. Ieon I..
Yoiinn of Mncoln, Ir. Nathaniel McOif
fen of Fremont and Huperlntendent A. K.
Klaher of Aurora aa a committee to man
age the Itinerary of theae speaker.
Dr. Westcrber- stated that the national
committee will he guided entirely by tha
demand of thla Nebraska committee.
The length of time apeaker will be kapt
INSTITUTION HEADS MEET
of Control Gathering
Lincoln to Talk
II not only want It on the democratic i In tha field and the number of meeting
he wants it on a dry plat-1 held under tbla arrangement will be
inrm Jnat ho far he can t on a dry left to thla committee of the Nebra'a
..i.ifnrm Hank out out by a aoppy wet synod of the church. Tha national board
...n. la hard to determine, but he be- will pay all tha bill
is aw a a - alms ie -w.rna mi Haiti Afr7(m
crata ahould take to the water wagon and JJotCS f rOHl BCatriCC
ne propose. 10 nrive iuw . n -
Tha eongreaaman, however, la a little
afraid of the Hitchcock combination. He
doea not dealre to buck up agalnat the
wet fellow If the lliild refreshment
wagon appear to b running too
moothly to aatlafy him. but ha hope
that aomethlng will turn up in tha neat
few month which will cause tha demo
crats stat convention to go dry and
then hi candidacy will fit Into the fracas
SUFFRAGISTS ON THE WAY EAST
and Gage County
BEATRICE, Neb.. Oct. .-(Bperlal.-
Orrin Cooper of W'ymore wa arrnted
Monday on the charge of stealing aome
caps, ahlrt and shoos from tha armory
at that place. He confeeaad and Im
plicated another man. The specific
charge aaalnat hltn 1 burglary and lar-
Th announcement will have tha sffeol nA Propertr belong, to
the government h will b taken to Lin
coln for an examination before tha United
Tha bualnea men of Odell and farmer
living near that place ar arranging for
a tslm CflWI . K. iwr (a Km halil 4ii-4mv
It la ..Id that tha reason for tha con- Ui,..,,,,, week. O. Hull of Alma
will act a Judge, lecture will be given
by member of the faculty of the Btat.
The high achool waa cloeed Monday In
of stirring up tha democrat of the Fifth
district who have congreaalonai ambi
tion, for If fihallenberger get Into tha
aenatorlal fight there will be an opening
for omebody to sacrifice himself.
grestman sudden shift from tha con
gressional race track to tha aenatorlal
sieedwsy la caused by tha announce
ment of W. E. Andrew of Mailing, for
many year auditor for tha United State order to thoroughly fumigate tha room
ueasury, tnat ne win do a. canauiai ror u precaution agalnat diphtheria,
me repuDiican nomination in mat oia- which ha made It appearance In thl
trict. It l ald that Phallanberger does 1 city. All of tha school building nave
not relish the proposition of making a I been thoroughly fumigated sine last
campaign against a man who la so far I week, and tha authorities ar doing
miliar with dnmocratlo history and demo-1 everything they can to prevent the dla-
rratio Inefficiency a tha lata auditor ofaa from spreading.
tha treasury. Orvllla Lewis filed a petition In the
district court Monday tor divorce from
RaRRPTT WflRaflMn Tfl ftPT nana Iwl " tha ground of eitreme
. . . I -' - " wmm Mil w i icu in
MUNtT hUH IHt 51 Alt thla city aU month ago.
Joseph Alexa, a pioneer
(From a Btaff Correepondent.)
l-INCOUN, Oct. 38. (Hperlal.) A a
Hanover, Kan., died auddenly at that
place Monday, Funeral service will b
held Wednesday at 10 o'clock from tha
digger up of ancient treisurea. Deputy
FUU Attorney OeneMl Dexter Barrett Is
gaining considerable glory. For month
ha ha been working on the O'Connor COUNTY ASSESSORS HOLD
suits and It may mean that the cofffor MEETING AT NORFOLK
of the stat may b mad tha richer from
that estate. NORFOLK, Nob., Oct. K. (Special Tel-
Today Mr. Barrett went to Heating to aram.) County assessor of district No.
file a bill of exception In another estate I comprising seventeen northeast Ne
In which the right of tha state to Inherit braaka counties, held a convention In
I Involved. The estate I known aa th Norfolk today. O. K. Berneokar of the
Henry Keller property and cover eighty IBtale Board of Equalisation, Lincoln,
eere In Adama county, said to be worth prealded. Tha meeting wa for.th pur-
(From a Staff Correepondent.)
I4NCOLN, Oct. V. (Special.) The
Hat nard of Control ha Inaugurated
a new Idea to further efficiency In the
state Institution. The first Institution
congrea will be held tomorrow.
Hoads of the different Institution will
tie called together four tlmea a year.
The meeting will be held In the office
of th b.ard and will begin Wednesday
morning at 10: with a paper by Warden
Fenton on "Heform and the Honor Bya
tem In the Nebraska Penitentiary."
In the afternoon the aeamo will be held
at the Lincoln hospital for Insane, and
two papera will be read, ona by Superin
tendent Booth of the Omaha School for
tho Ieaf on "Poseibllltlea In the FMuca-
tlon of the Deaf," and the second by
Superintendent Baxter of the Hasting
asvlum on "The Need of a State Dentist."
Thursday' session will be held In tha
office of the board and will consist of
papera by Superintendent Orr of the
Orthopedic hoapltal at Lincoln, Superin
tendent Outtery of the Hospital for th
Insane at Norfolk and a business ses
sion. In tha afternoon th meeting again
will be held at the Asylum for the Insane
and Superintendent Fast c tha Beatrice
InsUtutlo for feeble mlded ad Huperln
tendent Clark of the Kearney achool for
boy will read papera. After each paper
a general discussion will take place.
State Stork Inspected.
State Veterinarian Anderson wn i
Mllford today. Inspecting tha herd of
cattle at that Institution. Dr. Anderson
examined tha herd at tha Qrand Island
Soldlera' home yeaterday and discovered
two diseased cow. Six more showed sus
picious algn and will b segregated from
the rest of tha herd and examined again
ffraglat Coaae Today.
Suffragist will make a raid on the
state housetomorrow, their objective point
of attack being the office of Governor
Morehead. They come armed with a peti
tion which they are carrying to Wash
ington, where they will present the same
to congress, asking that equal suffrage
ne favorably acted upon by that bodv.
Tha women In charge of the petition are
Rarah Field of Oregon and France
Jollase of San Francisco.
Mabel Vernon arrived In Lincoln thl
morning and act a advance de courier
for the carrier of th petition, who are
making tha trip by automobile and expect
to get tha endonement of every governor
In th atate through which they pa.
Board of Control
Inquires Into Events
At Norfolk Asylum
NOrtFOLK, Neb., Oct. W.(Rpcll Tel
egram.) It became known toliv Ua
members of the Rate Board of Control
prolonged their regular Inspection vlelt at
the Norfolk State h apltal fnr the Insane
last week several hours to Inquire Into
a number of matter connected with the
The board ma'le an Investigation of the
recent suicide at the state hospital, and
Judge Howard Kennedy afterward sal a
that they found no blame attaching to
fome of the matters Inquired Into Mr.
Kennedy an Id ho was not at liberty to
discuss now, but he admttti-d that a com
plaint made by Mli-s iluttiu L'tte.-ht oi
Norfolk, a nurse, who has since beconv
Mrs. II. S. Moric. was taken up by the
ilia L'ttecht s complaint relates to an
Incident that she says occurred at the
weekly dance ThursUny nloht, which th..
board member att. tnl d. r-he said that
during an o!d-fahijned dance, In which
the participant promenaded and Joined
hands, Huperlntendent Uutttry Krabbd
her hand and gave her arm a severe
twist, which caused her to cry'. Hhe alau
aid that previously he had refused to
peak to her when she addressed him In
one of the wards during the morning.
She talked to the board for some tme,
but Mr, Kennedy Intimated that the board
did not find any cause for action In the
When asked about the incident. Dr.
Outtery said: "Nothing of the kind oc
curred. Wa were dancing the "iucker,"
and doing the promenade. A number of
women and patients were In tha group
and I waa among them to see that all
were having a good time. I am not con
scious how I took the girl' hand in the
dance, or whether I pased her or not."
met here today at the twelfth an:."'
nicetlna of the North Nebraska Der.Ul
association. A banquet wa he.d today.
BURLINGTON 10 CUT OFF
TRAINS AT END OF WEEK
With eupcuitlon travel prntlcally at an
end. the P.iirlinKton tmln service will s:o
hsk to the annual winter schedule, Oc
toLer 31. this tein In line with the plan
of all the other road.
On the date named, the running of
trains No. 1 and 10, the Chlcano-Ienver
tnilna throuch Omaha will be dlacon- '
tlnued. No. 41 end 42. operating between !
Omaha and Lincoln will be discontinued. '
Theae trains were operated during th
summer rush and run as sections of Nos.
2 and S.
The Chlcago-Omaha-Callfornla tourist I
car service that ha been In operatlm
da ly during the summer will he reduced
to three days per week and the through i
car service In connection with the Union!
Pacific by way of Denver will be discontinued.
FOR SOME BETTERMENTS
While officials of the Omaha railroad ,
are not figuring on any extensions, or
any rreat amount of new work next
year, they are alt anticipating that larrr
sums of money will be spent In repilr
and bettcrmen's, and at the same tlm?
they are anticipating the replacing of a
great deal of trak wlih heavier steel.
Already the Union Pacific has i lac -d
orders for 1100 tons of steel rails for di
llvery during 19K; the Northwestern, 82,
OOo tons, much of which will be used on
western lines, and the Chicago Great
Western 8.000 tons. The Milwaukee haa
placed order for 225 ton of steel fur
DeatUt at Norfolk.
HASTINGS, Neb., Oct. W. Si eclal Tel
egram.) Forty north Nebraska demists
India-ration' taa't Eat T No
Dr. King' New Life Pill tlr up your
liver, aid digestion; you feci fine the
next day. Only 26c. All druggists. Ad
Use The Bee' "Swapper" column,
furniture Into cash.
In th neighborhood of 110,000,
Keller died In 104 and nothing haa been
done to gain possession of tha property
for the state and until very reoently no
leraon ha a psared to claim th right to
It. Now, however, a Lewi Keller ha
rppeired and says hs I a brother of the
deceased man an 1 c'alm the estate,
Mr. Barrett believes that th man haa
i o kinship to tho deceased Keller and will
Pos of planning next year' assessment
work. M. O. Doerlng of Madison county
waa elected aecretary.
Revival Meeting at Teenmarh.
TDOUMSEH. Neb., Oct. M.-(Speclal.)-The
union evangellstlo campaign In pro
gress In a tabernacle here continue to
row In Interest. Th Sunday meeting
especially were well attended. The ser
mon and most of th work ar by Rev.
Elmer P. Loose, evangelist of Waukesha,
Wl. Ha I assisted by Mr. and Mr.
Hex J. Moon of Chicago, and hi dnrh.
tar. Mis Kathryn Loos. Mr. Moon ha
nharg of tha muslo and hi wife handle
women work. Miss Loose haa the young
people work. Th meeting have pro
greased for two week and will continue
lor mat much longer.
Crop Yield Rttlmatn.
DESITLER, Nb Oct. tC (Special.)
In response to a request from Secretary
Mellor of the State Beard of Agriculture,
J. Mitchell, aecretary of th Thayer
county Agricultural society, ha nt In
i ndeavoi to iccr possession of th prop-Ith following tlmat of crop yield in
rrty for the state. Itnia part of th county: Wheat, twenty-
flv bushels; rye. twenty-eight bushel;
UPLAND MAY HAVF IbarUy, twnty-thre bushel; potatoes,
- - - ' l. htw friuklB. 1 r. ! r.
tri rrTmr i irUT frouiar UUI
r' toiniv Uiuril gtnilVtC hir, on and one-half tona; corn, forty.
I flv bushels.
UPLAND, Neb., Oct. M. SpeclaI.) A
mats meeting; of Upland oltlaen was
railed lait Friday night by the Upland
Commeiclal club. C. F. Bturdevant wa
present, representing th lloldreg Light
and Power company, Thl company la
building a transmission lm from huldreg
to Franklin, which will run within three
mile of Upland. It ' offer Upland a I
cant per kllowat rate, If It will put up
local dlatr.butlng station. Mr. Bturde
vant estimate a local plant would cost
11,500. A committee consisting of Louis
Hlnes, Charles Hartman, C. It. Judkina,
K. Arnold, Jr., and Colonel W. J. Robin
son, waa appointed to look Into tha mat
ter. Thla commute met Saturday and
decided to wait on th president of th
Holdreg company, Mr. Van Dlcst, and
get further Information from him, before
advising th local council to call a bond
Revival Resjlna la Anrora.
AURORA.' Neb.. Oct. M.-8Declal.)-
Tha Klrkland Hvangellstlo campaign
opened at tha Tabernacl last evening.
fully t.tO0 people being In attendano.
Many were orowded around th door un
able to fain admittance. '
OREGON AGGIES GO EAST
TO PLAY MICHIGAN AGGIES
Th Oregon Aggloe. enroute to Lansing.
Mion., wner Saturday they will play
th Michigan Aggie, will be In Omaha
at ; oclock Wednesday morning, re
maining until T:B, They' occupy a special
car over tha Union Paclflo and will go
cast over th Northwestern.
. uruar uiai in Oregon men mir
hav an opportunity to atraurhten their
legs, th Northwestern train will be held
thirty minute at Ames, la. Out on th
commons near th Ames depot, th Air
lies win devote th time to apodal work.
ucn a signal practice and running.
TO PUT ON FLESH
AND INCREASE WEIGHT
GOOD ADVICE FOR THIN PEOPLE
"I'd certainly give moat anything to be
able to gain a few pounds and stay that
way," declare many thin men and women
Such a result Is usually not Impossible
despite past failures. Most thin people
are victims of mal-nutrltlon, a condition
which prevents the fatty element of food
from being taken up by the blood aa
they are when the powers of nutrition
are normal. Instead of getting Into the
blood much of tho fat and flesh pro
ducing element atay In tha Intestines
until they pas from the body a waate.
To correct thla condition and to pro
duce a healthy, normal amount of fat the
flesh making food elements must be so
prepared In the digestive processes tha.
the tolood will accept and distribute them
throughout the body. Titer Is a prepara
tion called Rargol, whloh works on this
basis and which I sold by nearly every
druggist cn a positive guarantee of
weljrht Increase or money back. Hun
dreds have testified to weight Increase
from It us.
b'argol doea not of itsetf make fat but
la simply a combination of lngredlonts
of acknowledged merit that, taken wltn
meal seem to better enable the diges
tive organa to separate the fattening
elements of the food and to prepare
them In In a form which the blood can
rendlly absorb Sargol comes In tablet
form, Is feasant and easy to take and
lth action Is perfectly natural and harm
les. Sargol Is sold by Sherman & Mo
Connell Drug Co., corner 16th and Dodgij
St.; Owl Drug Co., corner Hth and
Harney Pts.; Harvard Pharmacy, corner
24th and Farnam Sts.; Loyal Pharmacy,
20t North 18th St.. Omaha, and druggists
everywhere who ar authorized to re
fund the full purchase price,. If weight
Increase Is not obtained.
. NOTE: Sargol la recommended only aa
a flesh builder and whll It has pro
ffuCed excellent roHS In case of ner
vous Indigestion and general stomach
disorders, car ahould be taken by those
using It who do not want to Increase
ILLEGAL LIQUOR SELLERS
ARE PUNISHED BY COURT
TECUMSE1L Neb.. Oct. SI.-tRneclal
Telegram )-3eoige L. Endrea. a Crab Or- HALLOWE'EN SOCIAL FOR
cnard druggist, pleaded guilty to two of I COMC fC TDII uiTTroe
thlrty-alx counts tor th alleged illegal I wwmu ui limit, nil I CllO
" - - .. , ..T1M. ,.
ll.rl..t ...lix t..A t u u I "iiioia WHO Will
,Za , .7 r T '" th Pwsbyterlan church will
l and costa In th other and paroled t!.B.lnt0 YUn't peopl, Society
i haft strVMlsMtrf f 11 (hs) frill r-i tnr aa ' rtrinA
I of Christian Endeavor of that church I
rimmf Kiiuni ai a, uaiiowe n Social
to b held at tha horn of Mis Agnes
Stitt. IW0 Cottage Orov avenue. New
officer of the aociety also will b elected.
Tha society will hold It regular Sunday
venlng meeting at th horn of th
paetor, Rev. Edwin Hart Jenk. Twenty.
txtn ana t'apitol avenue, until th new
cnurcti i ready for occupancy.
Herman Btelnkuhler, Bterllng saloon
keeper, pleaded not guilty to th rharg
of thelilegal sale of liquor and th case
ha gone to trial.
Edward Duvall, under sentence for as
sault, wa paroled to Moe Robert,
Hal Whistler, a Tecumeeh boy, pleaded
guilty to giving liquor to an habitual
drunkard and waa fined '0 and costa and
paroled to Nat Old field, a road overseer
mal Fire Alarsaa Las mis.
LOOM IS, Neb.. Oct. S.-Spclal.)-A
barn and other outbulldlnga belonging to
A. O. Johnson of thla vlllag war de
Cold Gone! Head
and Nose Clear
troyed by fir. of unknown origin early First D08 Of "Pape's Cold
Monday morning. Th to I with rt ... v vui
iw insurance. While of no great Ira
portance, the 1lae haa served to put the
people of the town on th anxious seat
and will probably lead to extra preven-
uve irwcaunona. i was about a year
ago l nat seven business buildings were
burned, th fir being shortly followed
ty two other coaily on.
Don't atay tuffd-up! 1
Quit blowing and nuffllng! A dou
of "Vufiv-m Cold Compound" taken vry
two hours until three dote sr taken
wm na gdrpe muery and break up a
sever cold either In th head. eh..i
body or llmba.
It promptly opna clcgeed-un nostrils
and air passagea; stop nasty discharge
Saeelal Cawrt Tcrsa at Teeasaaefc.
TiXn.'M8Ca, Neb.. Oct. Jtk (ineclaj )
Th recent sitting of th grand Jury In
th Johnson county district court out
twenty-five new criminal case on thor am "Vnt; relieves sick headache.
docket, th oaae Involving nine men. I BlulnM leyensnnea. sor throat, sneea-
Judge J. B. Raper called tha court Ing, aoreneaa and stiff nss.
adjourned session today, and ordered tha I "I'epe'a Cold Compound" I th quick
men Indicted to com on for trial. Thrt, surest relief known and coat only
petit jury appeared today. If u not I f cent at drug tore. It aoU without
known whether any of tha new eaae I assistance, tastea nice and cause no
will l dlapoaed of, tut th opinion U Inoonvenlence. IWI accept a aubatltut.
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