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THE OMAITA SUNDAY BEE: NOVEMBER 14. 1915.
GETS BODY OF HER"
Atlsnta Muiic Teacher Admits
Bridegroom Mere Figment of
CASE IS A VERY PECULIAR ONE
ATLANTA. Oa.. Nor. U-Or. Allsyne
ttenelty announced In" formal wedding
Inrltattoh and soclr-tjr rolumna of local
newspapers aa tha fiance of Mtna Julia
C'hoate Cnimler. a muale teachrr of thla
etty, existed only In her Imagination. Not
until Miss Crumley had gone to Chicago,
Identified tha body of an unknown man
HUod In a railroad accident and ahlpped
It her aa that of Dr. Henaley, did her
family and frtenda auapert anything un
tirual. Fh la being attended hy nerva
peclalfsta at tha home of her father
Per. Howard ! Crumley. Mlaa i'rum
ley la about S yeara old and la widely
known In Atlanta. Her father for many
yeara waa a Methodlat minister.
Contradictory atatementa made by Mlaa
Crumley after aha arrived with the body
ted eloae frtenda of tha family to call a
t-hyalelan, who had known her for yeara.
It la aaid today that aha stated to him
that Dr. Henaley waa a creature of her
Blind, and that tha Identity of tha body
now at aa undertaking establishment here
la unknown to her.
Waa at HospHal.
Two yeara ago Mlsa Crumley waa at
Johns Hopklna hospital, Baltimore, under
going an operation. On her return aha
told family and frtenda that a Dr. Allyna
Henaley had performed tha operation and
that they bad fallen In lova with each
ether. She received letter, aha said, from
Dr. Henaley, whose home waa In Quebee,
Two weeks ao Invitation to tha wed
ding oa Novtmber 17 war Issued. MUs
Crumley left Atlanta about tha time of
tha announcement, stating that aha waa
gitng to New Tork to purchase the troa
eeau. Last week relatives received a
message aaytng ah had received a tele
gram to th afreet that Dr. Henaley had
bean badly . Injured In a train wreck.
Another mesaag from Chicago aald he
bad died before ah arrived, and that
h waa bringing tha body her.
Bedy from Undertaker.
CHICAGO, ML. Nor. 11-Th body
Mlsa Julla Choat Crumley of Atlanta,
G,. claimed In Chicago aa Dr. AJIeyne
Haneley of Quebec. Canada, who aha
announced waa killed In a railroad wreck,
waa tha body of aa unidentified man,
destined tor the potters' field. It a aald
Mlaa Crumley arrived In Chicago taat
Monday, purchased th back numbers of
arveral newspapers and Tuesday morning
appeared at th office of th Western
'Tm looking for tha body of Dr. Hen
aley." ah aaid. "1 waa told you had a
body her which I believe is that of my
Officials of th undertaking company
aid they ahowed Miss Crumley tha body
ef man killed on tha Illinois Central
railroad track a week before.' She
viewed It quickly. "That ny ftuaband,"
ah la reported to bav aaid. -'
Bh declined to view th clothing, say
tag It waa not neoaasary. Arrangements
war mad to ahlp th body to Atlanta.
Mlaa Crumley paid tha bill. which
araeuntos t tiOO.
Steamer Lost on the
Lakes with AH Men
DULUTH. Minn. .Nov. U.-Th ateamer,'
'''Charlea A, Luck, until recently known aa
the City of Berlin, haa been lost with all
! hands, according to a report that reached
, here lat today. Tha report has not been
Th message did not give the location
. of Lb wreck. Th boat wa en rout to
Buffalo with grain.
DIVORCE PAPERS ARE
SERVED ON MRS. THAW
riTTSBLTta, r., Nov. IS. Evelyn
Nesblt Thaw, passing through thla city
en a C Louis train last night, waa aerved
with he, papers In th divorce suit In
stituted in th local courts by Harry K.
Thaw. When offlcera boarded the train
here Mrs. Thaw locked her self la tha
pullroan stateroom. Th papers wer
poshed under th door, Deputy Sheriffs
O. W. Bradley, who bad the matter In
charge, saying th law had been compiled
with. Efforts had been made for two
months to serve th divorce paper on
AUBURN, Nb Nor. 11 (Special.)
Th funeral of Mr. Thomas Metcalf took
plafl Friday at th Methodist Episcopal
ehurcb and wa largely attended. Laura
rraeoe Dustla Metcalf cam to thla
cucty la i and bar early life was
pent amid th pioneer surrounding of
th than new country. In addition to her
husband o Is sum red by tb following
children; IUr. Clyde Jj. Metealf. Vlaalla.
Cal; Rev. Charles Metcatf of Peets. Colo.;
William Metoalf ef Beatrice, Neb.; Mrs.
O. id. DeaJUo, Mrs. Guy Lash, Mra. F. J.
'vVrlghtsman. Mia Beaal MeUalf, Mlsa
May Metealf and Mlaa Beatrice Metealf
of this county, ail of whom war In at
tendant at th funeral.
A. D. Ile;ee.
FARJBCRT. Neb.. Jtov. 1J. fSpeclal.)
Th body of th lata A. D. Hedges, who
died In Meridian. Idaho, tha first of th
wefc fi-otn pmumonla, reached her on
Thursday, and th funeral service wer
held at th Chrlatlaa church yesterday.
Iter. J. K. Shellenberger officiating. For
many year he waa in business at Fair
bory aud later at Steele City. He was a
member of Ruaaell poet No. 77, Grand
Army of the Itcpubllc of this city: also
of tb Efts lodia.
, Meary Tardea.
AUBURJJ. Neb., Nov. 11. Ppeclal
Henry Corde of Jo h neon died at his
bom there yeaterday. He wa 71 yeara
of age. and for tea year was a resident
of this place, moving to 'Johnson about
two years ago. He la survived by 'his
wife and two children, Mrs. Frank Yel
bea and Mrs. Fannei Bchotler. both re
aiding near bare. He waa a native of
Germany, but cam her when a young
Depart teat Orders.
WASHINGTON. Nov. U (Special Tele
gnuu 'hrlea E. Fowler haa been ap
m1u4 rural Intter carrier at Iivllla. i.
Lstura A. Kaot, appouiteoa etmaeter
at Ixjiudi, liooner cvuuty, Keb., vice
4'nU xrrvtce eiamnlatlon wllj beh eld
r-o iec;iuber U fur postmaster at Oasia,
-.,ier V. Smith of Iincolo. Neb., ap-p.-'t,ied
a c!cm in tlie Vr d-.rt mem
' eiir-r U. Hii ht-i-i at iTcmunt county,
'V. y.iiiiiig. ;.lru.1 tuxu'.uit foreot
jk- t( - I V"yo.
SUNDAY PRAYS FOR
. TEAM; THEY WIN
(Continued from Tag On.)
get graft" today brought a reply In
which th evangelist attributes th state
ment to a misquotation. In a letter to
Thomas M. Qaffney, prominent unionist,
Sunday aaya: '1 had In mind at the time
atatementa I had read In mags nines and
newspapers with reference to some labor
leaders who had been unfaithful to their
obligation, and perhaps Just su?h In
stances have come under your own ob
servation, but made no reference to any
specific case, nor did I Intend to Infer
anything of the sort. Becaus of criti
cism of an Individual It should not be
taken that all labor Is criticised.
"Joseph flpence, th man who builds
my tabernacles. Is a union man, and I
have always been on the fair list with
organised labor. X Insist upon th union
labol on printed matter used In cam
pa'gns. John B. Lennoi, treasurer of th
American Federation of Labor, waa con
verted In on of my campaigns at Eloom
I have always been a frelnd to labor
ing men. for no on knows better than I
what It means to earn bread by th sweat
of tha brow."
Lather Woald with Him.
Sunday attempted t stop Lutheran
crttloiam by the statement:
'if Martin Luther were In Syracua to
day do you think ha would b sneering
and belittling these meetings T No. lie
would be right here oa th platform
clapping his handa ands crying: 'Go to
It. DHL' "
Jt Is bringing red hot retorts. Rev.
John Wltteklnd of St John's ehureh
answered, "W must oppose Sunday'
campaigns emphatically becaus of his
coarseness, low Jests and irreverent
language. Ha vulgarises religion, and
religion above all demands reveranca,
simplicity and dignity. Coarse Jests, far
fetched puna and roars of laughter do
not indue genuine repehtanc of aln,
and do not beget faith, and quicken
spiritual life. Such an atmosphere la
deadening to religious conviction, which
rather flnda Qod in th still, am 11 vole."
Tea C'eata to C'naelea Faada.
Sunday's efforts am resulting la th
welling of conscience fund la local
stores. James K. Browne!!, mananr of
a Five and Ten Cent store, received a
letter from a womaa who admlta stealing
a chamois a year ago. Th letter eon.
talned 10 cents to pay for th stolen
'Tarn sorry," reads th letter. "A few
go 1 hoard "Billy" Sunday at th
taPCraacl and I realised I was a thief."
STATE RAILWAY BOARD
ACCEPTS COMPROMISE RATE
PIERRB. 8. D., Nov. lS.-(Spclal Tele
gram. ) Tha State Railway commission
at Its meeting today accepted th rom
promla rat on atocker and feeder cattle
offered by the railroad companl at ft
per cent of the fat cattle rate.
This rat la to apply to such shipment
from central uuukeU to Point In South
Dakota and shipments within the state.
Th compromise also carries vRn It re
bate of excess charges -on shipments
mad since tU beginning ef th ootn
plalnt. Tb a tat commission agree to
withdraw lta ooraplatnt before th Intar-
etate Railway eommiaaloa without preju-
aio io any or iu righU for tb futur.
BIG DAMAGE SUIT RESULTS
FROM CHARGES BY MADGETT
HASTINGS, Neb.. Nor. U.-(Spclal
Telegram. -Allelng that the chargea of
attempted bribery, preferred by Mayor
WtllUm Madgett In tb Lincoln BtaU
Journal and the Hastings Dally Tribune
wer false and libelous. Bills B. I'sher of
Miiwause.. vi is., has brought ault for
fC.OOO diunab'ca In th Vnlted States dis
trict court against the Heatings man.
Mr. Vsher assisted tha Hasting, Gas
company In Ire re Ant fight her for a
new franchise. Th ult la brought by
him aloa as a reault of th charge
mad by Mayor Madgett
N0W IN DENVER AND
DENVER. Colo., Nov. U.-8now fell in
Denver and northern Colorado today, with
temperature below the seasonable aver
age In Culorado,- Wyoming. Utah, Ne
vada and Montana. Th lowest tempera
tur In tit Rocky Mountain region waa
reported from ctheridan. Wyo.. where th
government thermometer registered I
below aero. In Nevada and parts ef
Idaho and Montana th government bu
reau report temperature of X degree
below th seasonable average.
Meillate im AorlSeat.
MASON CITT, la,. Nor. U.-Spclal
Telegram.) By th accidental discharge
of a shot gun while hunting rata, William
Grauey, a prominent farmer:, had the
chin and right aid of bis fac blown cff.
II U UU living. ,
Helping the Kiddies to Get
STAR WHO IS SHOWN AT THE
STRAHD THIS WEEK.
USE OF HIS NAME
AGAINST HIS WISH
(Continued from Page One.)
action la taken In the hope that he will
reconsider hla refusal.
It la reported her that thla petition
waa drafted and signed at a secret con
ference held In Omaha at the oall of Mr.
Epperson on Wednesday evening.
Th petition la algned by R. B. Howell.
Robert Smith, W. O. L're, Rosa Ham
mond, A. C. Epperson, J, A. Reneau,
Tom Blackburn. N. P. Dodge, Walter
George, Amos Thorns and about fifteen
A number of the Ignera of the petition
are former bull moose leaders and fol
lower of Roosevelt, and by filing th
document, th expectation evidently la
to get in th tegular republican lineup,
Following are th signer:
C. P. Peterson ' W. X. Sellack
Chas. P. W Unite l. j. runn
Walton O. Roberts rfc p. iiowey
B. H. Marehall T. K. Wll llama
R J. Halner . , W. T. Thompson
J. 8. Raer John M. Htewart
Wlllard K. Biewsn Nela P. Hanson
Jease B. Strode
J. . Reed Preen
J. Heed lreen
R, B. Howell
IW. H. Hatteroth
Walter A. George
W. H. Jardlne
D. H. Mercer
James fci. Rait
C, A. Grlmmel
T. B. Dyaart
Nelson iu. Pratt
4 Nye Morehouse
John K. WHber
. : George P. Prlnoe "
, Tiyrou G. Burba nk
iW. O. L're
A. C. Kiperaon
I. A. Reneau
T. w. Blackburn
Orant B. Mears
N. P. Dodge
Dinner oiium . -A.
C M. Linn
Earl D. Mallery
C. . ciandait
W. J. Barber
Sailings of Italian
Ships Are Cancelled
' NEW TORK. Nor. la-The sailings of
th Italian Una steam rs. America and
Palermo, from Italian port fur New
Tork, have been cancelled, according to
cable messages received today by the
line local agent. Hartfield, Solan
Co, The agent her thought the sail
ing war oaaoelled because th -Italian
government . needs . th vaea for
transports and that tha sinking ef th
Ancona of th same lla did not In any
way Influano th line' a decision. .The
America I a medium ataed passenger
steamer, but ths Palmero la a remodeled
freighter, with a large passenger carry
ing capacity. ...
Freight Boat Sinks
Near Erie, Pa.
ERIE. P., Nov. IS. The P. t. Armour,
a freighter ef the Boland-Cornellua line,
being towed from' Cleveland to Buffalo
with coal, ran aground last night off
Waldermer. four miles west of her
Thro men from th Armour wer taken
off by llf avr early today, but th
captain and th remainder of hi men.
five or six. refused to leave, although th
hip seemed to be slaklog rapidly. Th
Armour struck la a heavy sea.
Later th Armour captain and th re
mainder of bla crew wer taken off and
th ship, alter being pounded for hours.
wii. , , ;y.
l i aVr . J ' U
ru i r
to School on the South
Forty boye and girls who have been
transferred from the Field achool to the
Cerrlgan school. South Bide, have re
tired a new carryall, which has been
placed In service by th Board of Edu
rstlon. The carryall take the children
to achool In the morning, returns them
for lunch and conveya them home In the
LI' L RED ROCK WAS
SOLD FOR $32,500
Cowboy "Just Chanced to Pick It
Up ia a Draw One Day;"
Now He'i Eich. -
NEW YORK JEWELER BUYS IT
How A. C. Olson, a well known young
horseman of 11m Fluff found $32,600, la
related In a letter written to The Bee by
P. O. Koas of Buffalo. N. T.
Mr. Rosa states that he waa returning
from the fc'an Francisco fair when a cow
boy boarded the train at Sidney, Neb.
Thla cowboy proved to be an old friend,
whom he had first mot In Welser, Ida.,
when but 14 yeara old. Rosa waa In the
imck ng car talking with a New Tork
precious stone dealer when Olaon boarded
the train and took a eeat opposite. They
leccgnlzrd each other. The letter con
tinues: "Olson pulled out a bottle of beer and
while searching hla pockets for an opener
pulled out a shingle nail, two small atones
and one large red-looking stone. Brown,
the precious stone dealed. looked at It
carefully and asked what he called it
'"Oh, it's Just a little red stone I
chanced to pick up In a draw one day,
said Olson. . .'
Present for Friend. ' '
''Brown asked what he wa going to do
with It, and Olaon aaid h wa going to
haver It mounted and present It to a
friend. . ' '. '
" Well, what'll you take for Itr asked;
Brown. " '
" Oh. I don't care to sell It,' said Ol
son. "They dickered for a whll and flnalry
" '1 11 give you $10,000 for It.'
"Well, Mr. Olson came near fainting
right there. Tou could have knocked his
eyes off with a atlck, and he reached for
the little d atone, looking at It fbr
"Flnully Brown aald, 'Well, are you
going to sell?'
Mr. Olaon studied a while and then
tald. 'No, what la th best you'll giver
And finally, after parleying till we
were near North Platte, ,.eb., Mr. Brown
had come to' $30,000.
"Wanting to go to bed, Olson said. ITI
"Brown said. 'No. It's tnor than X
give,' and left the car, but soon returned
and offered $32,500. and they finally cam
to an agreement after Brown bad prom
ised to cut two small stones out and
"I aaked Olaon what h was going to
do with th money.
" 'Well.' he said. TH go bom In a
couple of weeks, pay my debts, bay som
more calve and atari a new business
that. I have alwaya wanted to go Int
ever alnce I waa a boy."
Lineman KHjed In .Fall.
"IOWA' CITT. la.. Nov. 13.- Special
Telegram.) Robert Clarke of Courtvllle.
wae aiuea in a i ail rrom a
telegraph Pol her thl afternoon, whll
waicnmg th lowa-Ame gam.
' rraaee Hnll at Laic City named.
TONAWANDA. Neb., Nor. lS.-8p-elal.)
A danc halt at Lake City. Neb.,
t Wen fy-mile-south 'of Newport, owned
byCart Llnky of Baasett. waa destroyed
by fir Tuesday , night. Th loss which
More Than 25
Years of con
It Means Better
Quality at Low
Let Us Show
Them to You.
evening. Th vehicle la of a new design
and la heated. Tha old two-room building
which has' been serving In th Field
achool. district has been abandoned, bet
ter facilities at Corrlgan achool being the
reason explained by tha achool board
members to th parent, who at first ob
jected to tha change.
was estimated at $2,500 to $3,000, wa cov
ered by insurance.
Bulgaria Will Be
Says Naples Paper
NAPLES. Nor. lJ.-(Vla Parla, Nor. It)
The Mattino asaorta that it has been In
formed that King Ferdinand of Bulgaria
has communicated with Pope Ber tdlct,
stating that after the war Bulgaria will
become a Catholic country. Th present
national faith of Bulgaria Is that of th
Orthodox Q reek church.
Three Killed on ,
TWIN FALLS. Idaho., Nov. li Three
persons were Instantly killed and two
seriously Injured when a freight train
ran into an, automobile at a grade cross
ing here today.
The dead, all of Rock Creek, a town
twenty miles southeast of Twin Falls,
MRS, LAWHKNCk HANSEN.
MRS. JOHN IV1DR90N.
M. A. PATTERSON.
Harry Larsen and hi wife were badly
hurt, whll their s-year-olA daughter
eacaped without a scratch.
Nearly .5,000 Colored and Black Dress Goods
REMNANTS, Left from the Great Anniversary Sale
Specially Priced for Monday, (8.30 a. m.)
All kinds of good season
able materials from band
some broadcloths, coatings
and dress fabrics down to
sturdy wearing serges.
?tSBwIwH ER0E' WnUr 1'75 MtT.' yard, for . - - -J . .
SILK CANTON CREPE. nvy blue, beautiful fabrio. f 1.76 Quality, S yardg for - .
TWO-TONED DIAGONAL. Eo-inch. extraordinary Value. M5 VualttVyard. for - - .
BPOT-PROOP BROADCLOTH, new dark Rug. green, encn. J ?t ejalit 4 yad. for -MATELASSE
COATING. 6-lnch. new Cop. bluT4.M quaMy. 4 yard, for - . .
CHILDREN S PLAIDS for youngsters' school dresaeg, fast color. 4 yards tor ....
fTaJTMI!,0ne ' thU a'on, handsomest fabrics. African brown, $X76 quaMty, 4 yard.
ENGLISH GABARDINE. $1.00 Quality for suits. So-inch. S yards for - . . -
tX ll' V 00 QU1UT' 68-lnca.." mlhnlght blue. 4 yard, tor . - .
IMPERIAL SERGE, dark African brows, 51-inch. 1.75 quality, 6 yards for - - .
Quantities of Remnants of Rich Black Dress Goods
Quantities of Heam&nta of Rich Black Dress Goods
rRr?ADCL0TH 11.00 quality. 3 yards lor - .
CK ALL-WOOL CREPOLA for one-pleoe dresseg. f 1.00 quality. IK yards for - . . .
BLACK ENGLISH GABARDINE. IS -lock, regular fj.oo quality. 4 yard for - - . .
lil'Sii' bU. Malyardsfor .. -
BLACK ALL-WOOL POPLIN, rery dressy, 1.00 quaUty. t yards for
Hundred more to choose from thsn th paper erer hints of.
EXPORTS FROM HEW
I0RK BREAK RECORD
Shipment from Port Ayerape About
Seren Million Dollar. Pay
During Month of October.
IMPORTS DECREASE SLIGHTLY
NEW TORK, Not. IS. Th
greatest Tolnme of exports erer
recorded at a single port in the his
tory of the United States left New
Tork harbor during October, mostly
for the warring nations of Europe,
according to estimates made today
by customs officials here.
The total, based on tabulations
that are nearly complete, will not
fall far short of $176,001,000, or
about $7,000,000 a day for every
work day of the month. In Septem
ber exports from New Tork totalled
Carry Capsvclty Can roes.
Three hundred and ninety-three ships,
nearly every en laden with a capacity
cargo, left New Tork during October aa
compared with MS in Septan, ber. Tb
tabulation show that munitions and
food stuffs, mostly grain, filled tha list of
article shipped abroad, with clothing,
shoes doth tot uniforms, automobiles
and automobile part following In close
order. Th bulk of th export went to
Oreat Britain. .
Import decreased slightly, th total
estimated rolurn being 175,000,009. This
would give a balance of trad of 1100,
PO9,0O0 for tb month at th rat of
C .300,000,000 a yar from th port of New
- In September th Import war about
186,000,000. Compared with October, 1914,
last month shows an Increase of more
than 100 per cent of exports.
GENERAL BEADLE. NOTED
PIBRREJ, a. D., Nov. IS. (Special .Cote
rram.) Governor Byrne this evening1 re
ceived a telegram announolng th death
of W. H. H. Beadle at 0aa Franolsoo.
Gnral Beadle, a he wa known, getting
the title from having been suveyor gen
eral of Dakota territory. 1 the only man
who has been honored with a statu In
th atat capltol. It being plaoed there
In honor ef his work In soourlng consti
tutional control ef price of school lands
In th stat and Preventing their sacri
fice at low figure.
Aat Aeclgeat la Fatal.
IOWA FALLS, la-. Nor. IV (Special
TeiegranO-Arthur Fall. lS-yaar-old aon
of A. J. Fair, traveling man ofthi city,
but formerly of Dubuque, waa run down
by an automobll driven by Henry Klslla
this evening, sustaining a fractured skull,
from which h died in a few hours.
Plvr HIg-n Wins.
PIERRE, HL D.. Nor. It 8poial Tele
gram.) In the foot ball game at Fort
Pierre today Pierre High won over Fort
Plerr. 26 to .
Length from one yard
to an entire dress or cost
Fashion Center of the Middle West
A titU earned by a continual presentation of ail
that u NEW and SEASONABLE in apparel.
Our personal representative is in constant communi
cation with the leading designers of the country, and in
dose touch with the ever changing style of the American
Eue de la Paix Fifth Avenue.
Omaha Fashionaas introduced by this store, are only
two days older than those in your favgrite specialty shop
in New York. .
Pricings are pleasingly moderate.
Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Blouses
The Fur Shop
Lnnrious furs need not be a Vurden to ones nurse nar
Ueularty this season, as ths rr Shop eontlnually dejonstt
yoa buy here with assurance as to quality, style and nu!nene7
Is Organized to
Of German Soldiers
(Correapondene ef tb Associated Press.)
FRANKFORT - ON - MAIN, Oermeny.
Oct . Th "Aid for German Prisoners
of Wr," an organisation with headquar
ter her and In Hamburg, to which rry
other similar organisation In Germany la
ubordlnate, baa, sine It formation last
year, definitely and acear&tnty determined
the fat of thousanda of Oerman soldiers.
Th eaeociatlon her emptors some
seventy-five paid worker and countless
volunteers and bast reduced th finding of
missing soldiers almost to an exact
Just aa tb war ministry In Berlin main
tains an elaborate, and now enormous,
card catalogue . of the prisoners of war
now Interned In Germany, so the associa
tion keep card catalogues of Germans
who hava been made prisoners and oi
those reported as missing. It issue min
ute instructions showing relatives fust
how they can get Into touch with mem
ber of their families who ar Imprisoned,
how they can send them - money and
package, and keep them Informed as to
th prisoners' stat ef health and general
condition. ' '
la s peel fie eases th association under- '
takes to make inquiries for relative.
Thus if a wlf ha not heard from her
husband In four weak (If Imprisoned In
England or France) or In two month, if
a prisoner In Russia, th organisation will
attempt, through It agent at th camp
where the husband last was reported aa
a prisoner, to find out why he haa ceased
Tb association publishes excellent
map of Franc and Russia on which
each known prison eanus civil and mili
tary, I marked in red Ink. In conjunc
tion with the Russian map Is a printed
list ef the camps, with the name ef each
In Russian script a wall a Latin letter.
. Th government has, from time to time,
eoma to th financial assistance of the
association, but th latter' work In th
main haa been carried en by private sub
scriptions, A considerable aura baa been
raised bar In Frankfort by th popular
"Iron Bagl" method, that la, by sub
scription from th publta In return for
nana to drtv into a- monster
Over Auto Highway
(From a Staff Correspondent) '
LINCOLN. Not. 18. (Special.) William
Foster. Doe Btzby, Ed Smith, Mr. De
Brown and C H. Roper, president ef
the Omaha-Lincoln Automobile Road as
sociation, returned last night from an
endurance trip over the "O. I D." read
to Denver, and back ever the Lincoln
They made LOU mile In farty-two and -one-half
hours, actual running time, and
report that the "O. L, T." road I far
superior for making good time than th
Lincoln highway. In returning they took
th latter read from Fort Morgan to
Fremont, and say that fee sandy condi
tion of the aoil makes deep rut along
that line, so that It make good time
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