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TOE BEE: OMATIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20. 1915.
ELECTIONS TO FORE
four Vacancies to Be Filled and
Preiejit Judges Will Be
POUR VAC ASCIIS TO BE TILLED
(From a 6taff Correspondent.)
LlNroLN. Dec. !!.- Special.) Much
Interest hat been manifested tha lait
nK ovr tha candidacy of Judges of tha
swprem court for rs-electlon. Ther will
b four vseancles to be filled and In
each caaa on of tha present )ud-ea will
be a candidate for r-electton to a place
on the bench. The judges wboae terms
expire are Chief Justice A. M. aforrlssey.
Assoclst Justices Fawcett, Barnes and
Judte Barnea and Judce Sedgwick, will
t candidates for the aatne places they
are now filling;. Jt U pretty well und-r-atood
that Judge Fawcwtt would like to
Wome a candidate for the chief JuaUce-
ahip, but aa yet doea not eem to be
able to make up his mind whether he
wanta to move up. Chief Justice Mor
rlaeey would like to remain on the bench,
but doea not know whether he really
want to take a try at tha chief Justlce
htp ar take a try at an aaaoclate peti
tion. - . .
A In porta at aa Ever.
The sam propoaltlon which caused
Governor Morehead to appoint Judge
Morrlasey, that of putting young Wood
at the head of tha court, la apparently
Just aa Important now aa It waa then.
While the appointment at the time
brought down a large amount of criticism
upon the governor, especially from mem
bera of hie own party, It 1 pretty well
a treed now that the appointee haa made
good In the position of chief Justice and
the fact Utat Editor Howard of the
C'olumbue Telegram and one or two othera
who scored the governor unmercifully
for appointing Morrtssey at the time, now
acknowledge their mistake and band tha
Judas many compliment, la evidence
that while tha position la nonpartisan,
Judge Morrlssey la likely to be pretty
popular with even thoie who opposed his
But It la said that the chief juatlce la
not sure that he cares to enter the race
for renornlnatlon for the position of head
of the court. The position carrlea with
It much hard work and long hours and
to a man of the enrgetlo disposition of
the present chief Justice with the handi
cap of adverse criticism which hi ap
pointment brought, tha midnight elec
tricity haa burned often In the office of
the chief justice In his efforts to counter
let some of the things which were said
about placing an Inexperienced Judge at
th head of the highest judicial tribunal
In the statu.
Work Mark Leas.
From a standpoint of effective work, a
man can accomplish juat aa much as an
associate aa ha can at tha bead of the
court. Judge Morrlssey haa received all
the prestige which would eome ta him a
chief justice of the supreme court and
to step Into an associate position would
..not deteriorate from the prestige gained,
while the salary would be tha same, the
work mudi less and tha responsibility
which comes ae head of , the court . re
moved, Aa head of the court .the chief
Is expected to alt In all caaei while th
other six Judges ar alternating In sit
tings of three each, which 'mm ' th
standpoint of hours of labor makes a
put It bt ejfpocted that after the boll
days' both will have, gained wisdom with
their turkey and cranberry sauee and
will be able to Inform the public what
their desires ar. In the meantime there
are other who are looking with longing
eyes toward the supreme eourt, and th
lint already Is a long one, beginning with
Judge Cornish of Lincoln, Judge Dean of
Broken Bow, Judge Perry of Cambridge,
Judge Westover of Rushvtlle, Judge
Grimes of North Platte, Judee Hunt of
Bridgeport and Judge Hastings of David
City. Bo in case anything happen to the,
present Incvimi ontn before primary day
there will still . be a good crop on ., the.
judicial tree to select from.
Row Over Paving-: ;
,'. Looms at -Kearney
KEARNEY". Neb., Decv l.-(6peclal
Telegram.) When tba city council meat
In regular st-aMon Monday ntaht, Judica
tlons point 4 an exhibition of firework
concerning th Lincoln way asphalting.
Derelopmenta of a sensational nature ar
expected aa to Just who- knew about th
additional paving specifications which
are alleged to have been attached to tha
original, without the body having passed
en it, Other important buslneaa will be
brought up at this time. Including the
report of Engineer Mickey, who waa
hired by the city to inspect and see that
the city received asphalt of th quality
demanded In the contract and specifica
tions. - ,
'irishman visiting here .
NORTH PLATTIS, Neb.. Dec l.-Sp.
!! That Great Britain will soon I
sort to conscription waa the opinion ex
pressed her today by John O'Connell of
J.imerlck. Ireland. Mr. O'Connell la In the
tity visiting friends. ,
He gave as proof of his assertion a
form sent out by the British government
to all men of military age wha are not
serving In the trenches. This printed form
arks all Englishmen te bsed tha call to
suns and voluntarily enlist for the period
of the war. Mr. O'Connell had received
one of these shortly after leaving hla na
tive country for America.
- "It is generally recognised that the
n-i!ng out of this request for military
service la the last step before the country
I?. uft resort to conscription to fill her de
pleted ranks, aald Mr. O'Connell.
PAROLED CONVICT IS
CAPTURED AT KEARNEY
KEARNET, Neb., Dec ll-(SpciaJ
T. l.nrara.) Ked Frerey, alia Frank
Va.ie, paroled convict f the Kansas
penitentiary f Lansing, wa arrested here
tr:y this moralug by Otk-er Leughltn.
Yiti, or Frerey. denied he we the man
kiii.-i1 for breaking his parole, but scars
and identification marks assured the
lor jl officer he was the man wanted. It
A circular Uaued monthly by the penl-t-1.-
ry contained hi photograph and
i ripuon, and Laugiilln recognised him
a the man who had been in the Buffalo
u-.t.'y Jail fr two months for embessle-rv.t-.-ii.
i..i;ouig mlentng fi.nJa f a cernl-
c iTimny htre I&U. 1m man
Kill te tfcken back to Kansas tomorrow.
i.-.od The lu-e Vi'aut Ads U Paye.
G. A, R. Post Honors
Memory of "Rebel"
WTERTFIELD. Msss., Dee. 1.-Th
flas; of Lyon pout, Orand Army of th
Republic, nw at half matt' from th
ldbrty Pol In th public qur today
In memory of a, confednrat veteran. In
Miller, who rod with Forrest's cavalry,
Mr. Millar, who u a. retired manufa-j
turer of Ihla town, died suddenly In Ut
tl Rock, Ark., Thursday.
A WAR OH TYPHUS
Org;aniied; Effort Being Made to
Clean Up Country Swept by "
SHAKING HAITD3 IS TODER BAN
MEXICO CITT, Dec. U. (By
Mail to Laredo. Tex. Deo. 19.
El Pueblo, an official Carransa
organ, today publish a plan which
ha been adopted to check the rav-
ages of typhus fever, which ba
spread over the entire central por
tion of the republic. .
The effort U to be a drastic one
and Includes establishment of a spe
cial sanitary police corps, working
under orders from tha federal Board
of Health. ' "
Not only will public and private struc
ture be thoroughly cleaned, but passen
Iters attempting to enter tram cars,
publlo coaches or taxlcabs, will be in
spected with a view of detaining any
whose appearance might lead Inspectors
to suspect them of liability of transfer
ring the disease. The sal of alcoholl
beverages In restaurants and saloons is
to be strictly prohibited and all theater
and other places of amusement are com
manded to close at 11 o'clock each night.
Twenty Tfcoaaaad) Cases.
These Instructions, Issued In a decree
approved by General Carransa, carry
with them a penalty for non-observance
which Inflicts fine or Imprisonment or
both. The disease ha spread , to such
an extent that aoourete statistics on th
number of case In this section of th
republic ar not obtainable. .The mini-
nium, aa reported by various physicians,
places the total at SO,), while there are
some, apparently well Informed, who
place the number of cases a high as
eo.ooo. The truth Is that th deaths ar
o frequent aa to dally necessitate long
tralna of funeral cars and there la hardly
a borne or an offlc which baa not its
As It Is now generally admitted . that
the only propagating agents of the dis
ease ar vermin, government officials
will mak a house to bouse canvas In
th poorer section of th city and In
such other places as may be deemed'
necessary for the purpose of stamping
out vermin. Publlo bathing establish
ments and barber shope will be opened
and all those of aa unclean appearance
will be forced ta bath and reclothe them
selves.. This service will be free, clothe
also being furnished by tha government
Mastn't Shake) Hand.
la all of this work the military la co
operating with Civilian officials. General
Gonsalea baa detailed too soldier to dis
infect and clean barracks, and public
office. la tb latter role are, to be seen
printed notice reading; . , '
jpor hyglenia reasons, . department
beads and employes must refuse to shake
banda with visitors."
Handshaking la a universal custom
throughout Mexico, but the dread of
typhus haa put a stop to It promiscu
ous practice. x
Cornish Causes an
' rTrom a ataff Correspondent)
I LINCOLN. Dec. H.-(peclal. The an
nouncement by District Judg A. J. Cor
nish of Lincoln that ha will be a candi
date for th supreme judgeship has
opened up a condition In Lincoln and Lan
caster county which Is likely to m notn
exciting and Interesting, vri if the Ju
diciary la supposed to b a non-partisan
part of election problems.
, Judge Cornish has held the judgeship
for a long period of year and hla en
trance for the higher offlc makes a Una
ef probable vacanoleg which extenda down
to th Justice of the peace position, for
with Judge Coralah out of th running
for district judg County Judg Rlsser
announces that b will be a candidate for
district judge, Polio Judg Pullerton
may be a candidate for county Judge as
will also Justice of tfe Peace Btevena,
which bring several candidate for the
two vacancies of polic judg and Justice
of th peace.
This make Tacanctea te be filled for
district Judge, county Judge, police Judge
and Justice of tha peao and mueh Inter
est la added by th fact that at tha meet
ing of th Lancaster Bar association last
nlsht a resolution waa Introduced which
will com up tor consideration at tha Jan
uary meeting which mesne that the bar
association take a hand In th fight and
will recommend candidate for nomine
tlons to fltl'th vacancies from which
th voter can select.
NEW YORK'S POLICE
WORTH TEN REGIMENTS
NEW TOBJC. Deo. l.-New Tork'
poltoe force would h worth tea full reg.
Imenla of soldier In any emergency be-
cause the troop who would have ta b
Sent here, wer it not for police prepared
ness, could be utilised elsewhere. Police
Commissioner Woods declared tonight in
an address outlining the preparedness
campaign started in the department
"This Is not a mere theory." he aald.
"because the department baa plans
mapped out on paper and thoroughly
digested so that eveT member of the
force is aware of hla duty and knows
Just what Is to be don In any epeotftg
kind of emergency that may arise."
The fcalalat that Ue Affect
. i - lies.
Because of tta tonlo and laxative effect
Lexatir Brorao Qulnin can b takn
by anyone without '-s'ng nervnuaneat
nor ringing la bead. There la only on
"Bromo Quinine." E. W. Grove's slgna
tur on boa. J6C. Ad vertlsemeot.
Fremont Wlu frwa Wskss.
FREMONT. Neb., Dee. 1. Special ).
Fremont High school basket ball team
defeated the Wahoo quintet at Fremont
Friday evening, 1 to SI.
FALL OF VILLA AS
SUDDEN ASHIS RISE
Scarcely Three Years Time Covert
Adrenturom Career of Reto
lutionist. MHJTABY OEUITJS OF MEXICO
EL PA80, Tex.. Dec. 19. Doreteo
Orango was born in 18(8 in Las
Nleves. In the state of Durango. As
a youth he ventured into the moun
tains of Chihuahua and collected a
roving band to whom he became
known as Pancho and Francisco
During the outbreak: of Madero
against Porfirlo Dtac, Villa emerged
from the mountains and foresook the
bandit life credited to him. His rise
to military power and his descent
from the pinnacle of revolutionary
fame dates back scarcely three years
ago, when he crossed the Rio Grande
with only a handful of companions,
six "borrowed" horses and $7 in
money, and a meager supply of
coffee and beans.
Less than- a year after his entering the
army of Madero he became the leader of
a well-equipped army of nearly 20,000
men. His fearlessness In battle and his
acknowledged ability as a disciplinarian
won for blm hla title. At one time, a
head et tha Carransa army, more than
half of Mexico was under his control.
Hated thm gpaalarde.
With Indian blood In hi veins, he wss
a hater et the Spaniard. He also was an
enemy of alcohol and tobacco. Popular
with hla men, his strength grew, and at
the time of Huerta's downfall Villa waa
the greatest military genius In Mexico,
He waa then credited with presidential
Trouble rose. .. The . first signs of dl
content came just previous to the Agua
Callentes convention, more than a year
ago, ordered for the purpose of outlining
the policies of the administration, of
which Carransa then was the nominal
head. Carransa advisers criticised the
method of selecting delegates to the con
vention. Stormy scenes were enacted.
Th policies adopted gave evidence of the
rupture that quickly followed. General
Villa, with General Emlllsno Zapata,
whose faction was said to have been In
corporated, formed what was oalled the
"oonventlonlat" government. Carransa
adhered to the term "constitutionalist,
Generals and leaser leadera chose sides
and aligned their men accordingly. Villa
then retreated northward, after .once
having aet foot at least in the suburbs
of Mexico City, and began the struggle
to maintain bis army. Act of violence
followed closely upon each other; towns
were looted; foreigners persecuted;
bridges and other property destroyed, and
demand made upon wealthy mining men
and mercantile businesses for money.
Not tha Army of Qld.
Villa's army then waa not the army
that stood with blm at th height of his
triumphs. Bickering In the commands
of aeveral of hla generals became alarm
ing. General Medina, who once led hi
advance forces, waa murdered. Loot
eatlmated at mllllona stored on the Medina
ranch was said to have been the cause.
The next of Villa' strong supporters to
disappear was Colonel Flerro, nicknamed
the "Butcher." Plerro It was who was
aid to have oamed the death of Medina,
and also that of William Benton, a British
subject, who death la Juares about two
years ' ago baa never satisfactorily been
Other of Villa' commanders and mem
ber of his provisional cabinet crossed
Into th United States .and many of bis
troops received Immunity from Carransa
upon their surrender. The reoent recog
nition by the United State and other
power of th d facto government of
Carransa, Villa felt sorely, and evtdencca
of tha and of a bitter but unequal fight
were soon made manifest.
Does Great Damage
Over Vast Territory
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
MANILA. Deo. IT.-The typhoon which
waa reported by cable during the latter
part of October and the first of Novem
ber caused still heavier loss than was
indicated by the first report, before com
munication was re-established with
southern Luson, where the worst of the
storm's effect was felt. The actual los
of II f was about 170 killed by drowning,
falling tree and the collapse of buildings,
and the Injured numbered aeveral hun
dred, aa reported, but the property losa
la now conservatively estimated at not
less than 1.000,000 pesos, or approximately
P.UM.Ooo. Th hemp and copra planta
ttona wer leveled to the ground for
miles and immense rice fields wer
stripped of crop by the flood.
The town of Tobacco waa two-third
destroyed by wind and water which
washed or blew away also, hundreds of
little village of bamboo building. Even
the large warehouse of stone suffered
from flood, and some of the publlo build
ings, Including one of the old Spanish
churches, wer unroofed.
The governor of the Island of Marin-
duque report that 1U houaea, th church
and publlo school buildings were wrecked
by th storm, and the lives of a number
of natives there wer lost
Th private residence of W. Cameron
Forbes, former governor general of th
"Philippines, waa partly unroofed and
flooded, and th famous Benguet road,
5.000 feet up ta tha mountains in northern
Luson, where th summer cspltal existed
during the republican administration, waa
put out of commission In a number of
The storm really Included- three ty
phoons within a fortnight, and th havoc
which these worked with telegraph, tele
phono and railway lines ttiade communi
cation with MKnlla Impossible for some
time. Aa expedition of three coast guard
steamer laden with food, medicine and
other supplies, under command of Gen
eral Hall of th constabulary, set out
from her for the stricken districts and
rendered all aid possible.
The coasting steamer Montane nd
Pangllma are reported to have foundered,
but the crewe wer saved. Tha army
transport Bbsridan crosed the path of
the typhoon but without damage.
It Heally Daeo Relieve llheaaaatUa.
Sioaa's Llnsment doea slv almost la
sunt relief. Nothing better for rbeauma-
tlara, bachache and sciatica. Oply fftc. All
Nave YsmI Sank.
LONDON. Dee. 19. Tho Norwealaa
sU-aiawr Nice has been sunk. Kleven sur
vivors Including the pilot have been
landed. The N co wis 7;fi tons rrosa and
wii built at Chrlstianla In 11 S. It whs
1M feet loos, thirty feet beaia and liK'l
a 0j lU k( louiUcii (tel.
Grand "Dusting Off"
Planned for Spring
BT. JOHN, N. B.. Dec. 1. A grand
"dusting off," largely through hand to
hand encounters. Is planned by Great
Britain for next spring, according to
Major It. O. Ms yes, who, arrived todsy
Major Mayes, who Is to take charge
of bayonet and physical drill at Quebec
said Great Britain will have 4,000,000
trained and equipped men In the field
early next year.
"Conditions are excellent on the west
ern front," said Major Mayes, "A great
move Is expected In the spring and the
dusting off will consist mainly of hand
to. hand encounters on an enormous
SICK SOLDIER IS LUCKY
To Be Transferred to Hospital Ship
Most Agreeable Fate in
ONLY CLEAN SPOT IN PENINSULA
(Correspondence of th Associated Press.)
IKI, Dec. 1. Quite the most agree
able fate that can- overtake an allied
soldier In the Balkan campaign Is to
be 111 or slightly wounded. Not thst th
hospital facilities of the ancient Turk
ish city are famous, or even' adequate.
They are not. But there are four French
and one British hospital ships In the
roads of Balonikl and they constitute
by far the most comfortable, not to
say the only sanitary spot In the Balkan
The French have been better prepared
from the very outset of the present Bal
kan campaign In every detail of military
organisation than their British allies. No
better example of the thoroughness of
this preparation could be given thsn
the arrangements for caring for th sick
and wounded. Long before there was
actually any need for it and simultan
eously with the landing of the first con
tingent of French troops on Greek sill,
the French hospital ship Bphlnx was ly
ing ready in tha harbor of Balonikl. As
th number of troops disembarked In
creased, automatically more hospital
ships put In an appearance. First, the
Dugay Trouln, with It sheltered decks
and Its high stern like tha poop of a
Spanish galleon, all porches and awnings
and lounging places for the convalescent;
next thla ship, the Charles Houx. with
Its operating rooms. Its surgical clinics
and Us complete provision for th car
of th more seriously wounded; and fin
ally the Canada all with full complement
of nurses, surgeons, physicians, sister
of charity and all the rest of the para
phernalia of th aftermath of battle.
Comfortable Hospital Ship.
In mny way the Charles Roux is
the most Interesting, especially a It
Is the principal operating theater of the
floating hospitals of Svlonlkt, and spe
cially as th Surgeon Major, Dr. Helts
Boyer, Is on of th most distinguished
and best known surgeons In Perls. The
ship was converted from one of th larger
passenger steamers that in time of peace
made the voyage from Marseilles to Al
ger. As such, It Is roomy enough, for
not only have th saloona not required
aa operating chamber been turned Into
wards to add to the accommodatlona ot
th cabins, but the great broad deck a
have been glaaaed In, making tha moat
agreeable of sun-parlors In which cots
are set in . long rows ao that the a!ck
and. wounded, in the warmth of the after
noon sun, -may II quiet and look out
at tha spendld view th Bay of Balonikl
Here, too, th convalescent, propped up
with pillows, sheltered, excellently cared
for and competently nursed by .volunteer
Frenchwomen who have passed the
necessary examination and had the
requisite experience, gather strength
against th Urn when they may go back
and "hava another go at 'era," ss the
"potlu" In the next cot to the Associated
Press correspondent put It. Under auch
circumstance the wounded soldier has
all the advantages and none of the draw
back of "the Naples of the orient," aa its
Inhabitants call Balonikl. If hla cot la
on the south aide of th ship, he haa be
fore blm the snow-capped crests of tha
mountains of Kalchls, those three fingers
of land that stretch Into the Aegean,
with convent-crowned Mount Athos tip
ping the last finger. Or, to the west,
confused with the clouds, he has the
peaks of Theasaly Mount Olympus, the
horn of the gods of ancient Greece, and
beyond. Mount Odessa; and perhaps even,
dim In the distance. Mount Pellon, both
of mythological fame. The rare - and
changing beauty of th clouds abov
these snow-colfed heights, the singular
coloring of the sunsets are Joys to the
patient aboard the French hospital
ships In no wise lessened by the odors,
the noise and th discomforts of Ufa
ashore In Balonikl.
On tha other hand, should th patient
ba placed on the north side of th ship,
the view la no leas attractive Balonikl
Itself, charming from a distance, strag
gling along the curving shore, mounting
the hill behind the town to th walled
citadel that cape It crest
TRIAL CONSIGNMENT OF
CANADIAN FISH IN LONDON
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
LONDON. Dec. 10. A trial consign
ment of Canadian fish, shipped fro sen,
has just been sold for fancy prtoea on
the London market. The government ia
aald to. regard the experiment aa exceed
ingly Important, In view of the Ottawa
assertion that, with proper f&cfUtlea,
1,000,000 pounds of fish per week can be
supplied for English markets.
Those who believe that such a trade
on a permanent baala would prove bene
ficial to both Canada and the mother
country are urging that a small guaranty
per pound be placed on consignments for
a time tor tne benefit of shippers.
HUNDREDS OF DANES ARE
WITH BRITISH IN GALLIPOLI
(Correspondence of the Associated Press.)
LONDON, Deo. 17. Hundreds of Dane
ar righting with th Brtusn troops in
Ciallipoll. according to Captain Percy
Hansen, a Briton of Danish parentage
who has just received a Victoria croaa
for his bravery and enterprise under fire.
These Danes emigrated to Australia and
New Zealand. A large number of Danea
In England also have enlisted In the
GREECE PROTESTS ALLIES'
FORTIFICATION OF SAL0NIKI
LONDON. Dae. IS. The Athens corre
spondent of Rutera Telegram company
ta authority for the atatement that the
Greek government haa lodged a formal
proteat with the entente alltra asalnat the
fortification of Salonlkl by the alUe
AT GREEK BORDER
Bulgarian and Teuton Forces Re
ported Marking; Time Pend
, : ing Parleyi.
ALLIES : F0RTTFYIJG SALONIKI
LONDON. c 19 AU advices
puotinua to indicate a complete halt j
of the Bulgarian armies and of Field j
Marshal von Mackensen's forces at'
the Greek frontles. possibly pending
diplomatic developments, as Greece
Is eald to be Insistent that Bulgarian
troops shall not enter Us territory.
The entente forces are busy en
gaged In fortification work at Bal
onikl and its environs, and the land
ing of additional troops to reinforce
them is reported.
Advices regarding th plan of the cen
tral powers are decidedly conflicting, but
they ar credited in varloua dispatches
as' concentrating troop with a view to
the Salonlkl operations snd to be sending
artillery to th front for a drive at the
allied expeditionary force.
In Montenegro tb Auatro-Hungarlans
keep up their hammering at the Serbian
and Montenegrin forcea there and an
nounce tha gain of further ground and
th capture within th last few days of
11,500 prisoners. Tha Montenegrins, how
ever, claim that the Hersegovlna army
has given tha Austrians a set back.
German Aleve West. .
On th western front there is a con
tinuation of artillery firing and trench
fighting with numerous air exploit also
recorded on both sides. Swiss reports
declare that large forces of Germans
have been moving toward the fighting
sons In Franca. The advance have been
held to indicate that a German drive In
the west In the near futures waa a pos
sibility. New Names Urged
For London Streets
(Correspondence of tha Associated Press.)
LONDON. Deo. Petitions to rename
street bearing German names hav met
with a cold reoeptlon from the London
county council. One of the latest of
these petition cam from th residents
of Wiesbaden road, who wanted either
an English name or an allied name.
Among th signers of the paper wer a
Kothstein, a Meyer, a Rubinstein, an
Aaronburg and a Flnkensteln, and alto
gether" about forty family name of Ger
manic origin. People who themselves
bear German names ar declared to be
among the main promoters of these pe
titions, apparently with a view to es
tablishing their own patriotism.
At tha council meeting when thla mat
ter cam up. Sir John Benn asked:
"How far back are we asked- to go
In altering namesT What should w do
with Martin Luther street, Beethoven
street, . Handel 1 street and Hanover
i The scheme was branded aa ridiculous
by most of the councltmen. Nevertheless,
on the broad principal that each borough
of the council had a technical -right to
control its own. names, a motion was
carried by a narrow majority giving the
borough councils . authority to make
changes if deemed advisable.
Kill Wife and Self.
PT. PAtTL. Minn., Dee. 19. W, H.
llopp today shot and killed hi wife,
Mamie Haley Hoppe, whose relatives live
at Cedar Kaplda, la., and then committed
suicide, jealousy Is said to have been
BrtUiaat gcnaloal SarUsaa
TWICE DAILY Mat. Today
SwMflcUrr: Omaha Cll Mlarioa.
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G. Schlank & Co.
1307 Douglas Street
Retail Distributor For
Telephone Douglas 641
Try a Case Prompt Delivery
John F. Rousar Co.
312 North 10th St. Douglas 5714
( Less Than 33 Hours Chicago to Jacksonville
It. CHICAGO EThVS 12.01 AM
Ar. CINCINNATI 7.3S A M
Lv. CINCINNATI a.00 A M
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Ar. ATLANTA 10.05 PM
( Central mt Cear-fa Ry. )
Contraction at Macon arrives Savannah 7.10 AM. Southland re. '
turoinf leaves Jacksonville 8.20 PM, arrive Ckieaao 7.45 AM.
Prawtnt -Room Sleeping Cars, Dining Car, Observation Car and Coachee
Ta aewthlead la th last train for Florida lsavin Chicago ovary b1b4
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Tim) for All Connection
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Tra. Pa. Ast, 224425 City National Bank Bid., Omaka.Nb Boogie ZOOS I
Merry Ghr istmas
LITTLE BUSY BEES
We are going to give you FIVE DOLLS THIS WEEK,
because it is Christmas, and we want you all to have a
chance to win one.
LILLIAN is t h e
biggest and prettiest
and is for the little
girl that sends us the
most pictures. EDNA
is second, IDA third,
HELEN fourth and
"BOBBY" is fifth
(Bobby" is a girl,
but they call her
she plays with the
boys all the time).
You just ought to see
her run and jump and
pull-away and all the
rest of the outdoor
games. That's what
puts that sparkle in i
her eyes and the roses
on her cheeks. I just love her myself, lest of them all,
because she has such winning ways dear little "Bobby."
I wonder what little girl will get her. If I was a little
girl, wouldn't I try, though!
Rrroeinber, you must send your pictures In OVE
DAY EAHL1KR this week, because. Saturday la Christ
mas, so the tXlM I'.ST VIM. CLOSE 4 P. M. FRIDAY,
Instead of Saturday.
These dolls will be given free to the little girls under IS years
of age, who bring or mall us the largest number ot dolls' pictures
cut out of The Dally and Sunday Bee before 4 p. m., Friday, De
This picture of three of the dolls 1U be in The Bee every day
this week. Cut them out and ask your friends to save the pictures
In their paper for you, too. Bee how many pictures you can get, and
be sure to turn them in to The Bee office before 4 p. m., Friday, De
You Can See the Dolls at The Bee Office
Persistence is the cardinal vir
tue in advertising; no matter
how good advertising may be
in other respects it must be
run frequently and constant
ly to be really succcessfuL
CHICAGO and FLORIDA
Ar. MACON -V 1.18 AM
At. TIFTON 4.SO AM
Ar. JACKSONVILLE 8.45 AM
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