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THE KKE: OMAHA, Flit DAY, JAXUAKY 14, lOlfi.
HAS IDEAS OF OWN
State Guard Officers Oppose Views
of Governor Morehead on
Increase in Army.
MEAD RE-ELECTED PRESIDENT
GRAND ISLAND? Neb., Jan. 13. Spe
cial Tt'lcfiTn.m.1 .TIi Vmrmrrn' mnffrefi'4
ALSO OPPOSE PRESIDENT'S VIEW today abnorbed the Society of Equity,
j and a large number of the locals of th
ABSORBS SOCIETY OF EQUITY
Farmers' Congress at Grand Island
Takes Other Organization
Under Its Wing.
(rrom a 8taff Correspondent."
LINCOLN. Jan. IX (Special Telegram.)
The state military board which lias
been In session here this week, favored
i a reasonable Increase in the regular
'army, notwithstanding Governor More
bead, commander-in-chief of the Nebraska
guard Is against militarism.
It also favored the utilisation of the
(National Guard in place of a continental
organization came into the union. Mr.
Tyson, former state secretary of th
Society of Equity Is present at the con
vention, and the announcement of the
ahrorption occasioned great cheering by
the delegates. The Society of Equity
had a membership of about 1,300.
Another feature of today's session wa
the plea of C. 8. Barrett of the national
organisation to devote every energy to
rmv d a f v n rmiA rt , Praulfint liaon. 1 . .. .. . .
, , " . . , . ... , lne Browin anu development or the or
c ommander-in-chief of the armies of the aniMton
1 nlteq states.
Other things favored were government
owned munition factories, rifle ranges In
each state for the use of the regular army
the guard and civilian rifle clubs and
colleges; military Instruction In schools
The board endorsed the Chamberlain
bill increasing the efficiency of the state
Gottery to l.lve at Hospital.
Dr. W. D. Guttery, temporarily de
posed as superintendent of the Norfolk
About IwO members were presetn at
noon today, and a picture of the con
vention and a moving picture of their
Omaha Man Weds With Vaudeville Star
V - ,-sa. f , if SS. ;
Harry V. Hahn, city salesman for the
Water Manager Just Settling Down
to Another Campaign When
it Bobs Up.
Water board, v he glanced furtively to
ward llobert Ueei her Howell.
Notes from Beatrice
and Gage County
PKATRK'K. Neb.. Jan. 1.1. (Special.)
t i ,.... I lianas ana Tirt. sncriness .r nream, psi-
A. It. Mdd has been selected as tosst- , ptat(lin r l.,.,.,,,,,,,. heart-beat, dropsy.
NERVES TREATED FREE
DB. rkARKtllf MII.EB, toe Creat x.
olallst, Dives If sw Book and a 12.1.0 Men
ropatiilo Treatment Tree sa a TrlaL
Sick people whosn nerves are weitk or
d-ranel who hsve wn aK heart, ct m
n i. i .. m I 'Id1' l il'ifi i rr liver;
blues, headachf, dixtlness or dullness;
III I u nr 1.1. I. , Cold
l.nnds and fiet. shortness .f nreath. pel-
REAL ESTATE MEN ARE PEEVED
master for the banquet at the reopening
of the Paddock hotel next Monday, Jan
uary IT. The speaker and their subjects
are as follows; "A Retrospective V ew."
O. 11. Johnson; "Do It Now." Samuel
lllnakrr; "Dreams of tho Future." K. L,
lltvilotie; "Our Puslness Interests," J.
W. nuiness; "Traveling Public," II. K.
Fackett. K. 1.. May, the manager of the
Paddock, will also give a short talk.
The rlatonta Tost, a weekly paper pub-
president by unanimous vote. J. M.
Burdick, Creighton; was elected vice
president; D. R. Kills, Omaha, secretary
treasurer, and C. H Mead, Lincoln, or-
asylum, pending the hearing will be al- I p t 1 rlxt ,,, Janiea K. Elliott'.
Morrill; were elcted a-s directors.
In the report of the taxation commit
tee the action of the secretary of the
state board of equalization in basing
assessments on tho sales of land wn
The state will not receive the 4"t acres location rather than productive value. A
of land, most of which Is located in more Judicious expenditure of public
Iancaster county, which was left by the money was recommended.
will to thestate orthopedic hospitui ny jt was urther recommended
march up the street at the noon hour ! Iuxus Mercantile company, was. married
were taken. Thursday morning to Miss Edith Mirfield,
The election of officers for the en-' who Is attracting much notice at the
suing year took place this afternoon i tlayety thla week. Rev. Thomas J.
C. II. Gustafson of Mead was elected ! Mack ay ef Alt Saints' church performed
the ceremony at the rectors'.
Miss Mirfield has appeared at the Gay-
lowed to continue to live with his family
at the state Institution until after the
hearing which has been set by the Hoard
of Control for February 2.
t.rnnrbl Will Broken.
Charles Genuchl about a year ago.
The will, which left nothing to t!ie
widow, and children, was refused for
probate by County Judge Rlsser and the
district court today sustained the action
!of the Judge, declaring that theallegcd
. will was not he last will of the testator.
The estate is estimated to be worth about
! county assessor was an unnecessary of
' filial, the duties falling naturally with
I the clerk's office.
MISSING DODGE COUNTY
MAN IN RUSSIAN ARMY
HARRY H All N.
ety each season for three or four years,
and met Mr. Hahn the first time she vis
ited Omaha on the Columbl
circuit. She plays a part this season In
the Globe Trotters' musical production,
and also haa a popular vaudeville num
ber between acts, .he is ai years of ag
and her home Is Camden, N. J.
Th Water loard is starting the
new yrar with ono hard nut to crack.
j Ficd I). W'ead. the new chairman, be
j lirvpn the time has come to dispose
o the meter Kltuatlon which has been
' more or less of a nlphtmare since the tihed at ciatonia. this county, which
. was estaruiHneti a irw ihiiui
city toon over me piani.
When the city bought the plant
from the Omaha Water company
there were about 2,f00 householders
who had meters Installed without
cost to tuem by the old company,
these meters being Included In the
Invoice and ronsldered property pf MENDEL AR0NS0N SUES
"whence ne-.v teglme be.an to'lns a lj A MARTIN FOR BIG SUM
meters the polb-y adopted was to charge
lturlcsnue ''he householder an arbitrary amount for M, IKlel Aronson, tuoprleor of a Kf untie
the meter, whl'ii would become his n-p- place moving pL'ture tncaier. nmt "
erty, or give blm the option of paying a Martin. lHll South Thirty-fourth street,
monthly rental of 10 cents. I for t.i..VH. Tho littler amount Is alleged
to represent dameges susibhici oy
son for loss of business and Investment
on account of Mrutin's alleged fnllure tJ
drowsiness, nervousness, sleeplessness,
'r in ' 'nn' rl ' I s, b' ' ache, Ir
ritable spine, rheumatism, catarrh, con-
I",.. i I i .it do .rli ti ac-
i e t I .. i i al .' Y ,u may
never have another opportunity. Write
no it .
Ills Hixik contains many remarkable
r. ret -f'e '"e to fvrn'v rih slcl- ns and
specialists failed, and also endorsements
from lllshops. Clergymen, Statesmen,
il ' I ' - t . i.l
ad for Bemarkabla Cores la Tom Itata.
Ills linproviii i i i..i i i eHiiiiei.ls for
these diseases are t'je result of SO years'
experience and are thoroughly scientlfia
B nrl rf-lnMrkxIilv mpiiiiiif nl mn mnrh an
suspended publication. I-ai'K of liusiness that he di i not hesitate to offer Fre
Is rsslmied as the reason. ( ' ' reamienij to tne sick tnat tney
Tim m.iiino s luatlon at Wymore Is
much Improved and the schools, pool and
billiard halls and theaters, which were
closed Inst week, because of the out
break of the disease, have
msv test them free. Write at once.
Describe your case, and he will send
o' i t- -iMM- i i're- Te t-"ent aid
Hook. Address! Dr. Franklin Miles. Dept.
NS. 7i to 715 Main St., Klkhart, Ind.
What to Do for
Madison Given Six
Weeks to Answer
PJnvfr Lr'o KPTiTifiTi
MADISON, Xtb.. Jan. 13. (Special.)
Norfolk haa filed Us petition for county
at removal. A small delegation con
tistlng of Mayor John Friday, Nonis
Huse, Leo P. Par.valk and John W. Rice
brought the petition Tuesday afternoon.
Mad son was represented by M. IS. Fos
ter, fames Xichois. A. Ward and M.
S. Mi Duffee, and the matter of reisjn- j
i ble time for remonstrance and objection 1 1
to snld petition tan argued befoe the
i oirm'ssioners, tmd after cons'der b e dis
cussion the Maditon people were given
until February 23 within which to file
their remonstrance 'and objections.
NORTH BEND, Neb., Jan. 13. (Special.)
Relatives of George Cruickshank, who
disappeared from North Bend over two
years ago, have recently heard from him
from the front in the Russian army. He
says he enlisted in Canada In the king's
service, but when he wrote was holding
a commission In the czar's army. He
wrote to his brother Harry on the eve of
a pending battle. Realizing the uncer-
! talnty of life in so fierce a warfare he
decided to let l-'s people know of his
Society is to Hold
LINCOLN. Jin. '3 -(Special.) The tt lr-ty-ninth
annual meeting of the Nebraska
Historical society and the twenty-fourth
annual meeting of the Nebraska Terri
torial Pioneers'- association will be held
here January 17-13. Admission Is free.
The opening session will bo held at Tem
ple theater Monday evening at 8 o'clock.
Addresses will be made by John W. Wil
liamson. John 'Blackbird, Major Albert 1
Green and Dr. Melvln It. Gllmore.
Tuesday morning tho discussion of Ne
braska's proposed semi-centennial cele
bration will be led by Hertert M. Rush
nell. The annual business meeting will be
held Tuesday afternoon, after which there
will be an address by Silas Woods. The
annual banquet will be held at Lincoln
hotel at 6:30 p. m. John Lee Webster will
preside. Responses will be by Gordon W.
Wattles of Omaha end Henry D. Lsta
brook of New York.
The annual " meeting of the Nebraska
Territorial Pioneers' association will be
held at Temple theater Wednesday morn
ing at 10 o'clock. Addresses will be mud '
by Governor John Moreh. ad, Jm!ge James
A. Grlmson nn.1 William A. Luke. A '
round table discussion will be led by John i
C. F. McKesson.
Wednesday afternoon the Nebraska Me- 1
niorial association will hold Its annual
session. Addresses will be made by Mrs.
( harles H. Anil. Mrs. F. M. U. Oi.inn a id
Mrs. John C. Ueniiftt. 1
Wednesday evening there will l e a J hit
session in Muslj hall, Temple building.
Addresses will be made by Dr. Fred 11.
Stearna of 'Pea body museum. Harvard
university; Ollwr LaMere, J. H. Hunter i
and Albert Watklns.
Thirty Young Hogs
Are Killed by Dogs
FREMONT. Neb., Jan. 13 -i Special. )
Will Patedl of Snyder has lost about
thirty head of yoing hogs within the Inst
few months. He wss at a loss to ac
count for the disappearance of his pork
ers until the recont sno, when he found
that dogs were responsible. He traced
tho canines In Ibe snow to his hog ysrds,
where the dead animals were found.
Now comes th situation of 2,'0 house
holders using meters installed by tho old
company, but lint paying the city either a
purchase price or rental for them.
Chairman Wead believes tills Is msnl
festly unfair to charge the new patrrns
and let the others go without charge. Th
j board Is rather up against It. To make,
the 2.S0O pay ut IhM late date will irnini
quite a howl, which Manager Howe I
wished to avoid,
i From the very first of municipal ownr
shlp of the wat.-r plant there has been a
vigorous kick ar.ilnst the system of In
stalling new meters. Some contended lit
: fore the board thai the price asked by
Manager Howe 1 lor in. tors was eg esslve.
I Now the time has conio Chairman
j Wead believes, to thrash this matter out,
' and If there aro any inequalities to ad
I Just them so that the hoard will not con
I tlnually be sought by disgruntled patrons
Mar Come to Terms.
At the next meeting of the board a
proposition will be made to place the I.tOl
water users mentioned on the same basts
as those who have had meters Installed
by the present management. If this plan
should be adn.i'ed. which seems likely,
there will he more grief ahead for Man
ager Howell, who was Just beginning to
feel settled again and getting ready for
another polltlral campaign.
"Life is Just one thing after another,"
remarked one of tho members of the
construct the Kln' of theater bulling fcr
Aronson that had becu promised and
SUES FOR FIFTEEN HUNDRED
DOLLARS W0RTH0F PEANUTS
Fifteen hundred dollars' worth of pea
nuts, alleged lo hrve been delivered but
not paid for, are the basis of a suit fl'ej
by the John King Peanut company
against Hugh r Donley of Omaha.
Me.'Uh'feli Heads Crete Rank.
CRKTK, Neb., .Isn. l.l.-(Speclal) C.
W. Weckbnch was elected president of
tho (itv National bank, at the annual
meeting, Tuesday evening, to fill the
vacancy caused by the death of Preri
dent Fuller last August. Ralph D.
Hiown was elected vb-e president, and
Kciema, ringworm and other Itching,
burning skin eruptions are so easily
made worse by Improper treatmelt, that
one has to be very careful.
There Is one method, how
ever, that you need not hes
itate to use, even on a
bnby'a tender skin that is,
the leslnol treatment. Res
lnol Is the prescription of a
put up In the form of
reslnnl ointment and
reslnol sosp. This
proved so remarkably successful, that
thousands of other physicians have pre
scribed It constantly for over twenty
Reslnnl usually stops Itching Instantly,
healing the eruption quickly, unless It Is
due to some serious Internal disorder.
Reslnnl Ointment and Reslnol Soap can
be bought at any druggist's, and are not
at a'l expensive, Write for free sample
Dept. 6-8, Reslnol, Baltimore, Md.
F. A. Novak, cashier,
All the directors
Bladen Kntr Will He In Aaanst.
BIjADKN, Neb . Jan. 13.-(Specal.i The
Webster couniy lair will be held at Bla
den August :'2. 23. 2i and . This being
a political year the management )s plan
ning on gettln.j omr of the best speakers
It Is possible to pet from tho different
political parties. Motorcycle races have
been added to the rare program. .
Is Taken at Miller
KF.ARNEV, Nob., Jan. 13. (Special Tel-fgram.)-The
'.own of Miller Is terrorised
through the vork of a supposed firebug
who has. acoordi'.w to word received here
today, been tesponsible for two dis
i Ftrocs fires bit-?! and who set fire lo the
oiera bouse l:ut night. The blase was
i?l ovi-rcd in linn to stop any damage,
but excelsior .uijd high and soaked with
gasoline showed the work to be that of
nn ii.cediary. Tracks leading to the
hou.-e of o. man well known In the city
yere discovered, and it is thought with
the arrival today of Otto Mushel, deputy
Mate fire Inspector, that suspicions dl-ifcu-fj
against '.he man will be Investl-
Miller has been the victim of two heavy
losses, when in November one block was
entirely burned out and January 11 the
big Cruihcnbcri y department store was
Attaches of the sheriff's office brought
the man suspected of the crime to Kear
ney, Wednesday, but no complaint was
filed, the theory being that the evidence
was not strong c rough against him.
NORTH PLATTE CHRISTIAN
CHURCH WRECKED BY FIRE
NORTH PLATTE, Neb.. Jan. 13. (Spe
cial Telegram.) Fire from a defective
flue last night damaged the local Chris
tian church. Tha loss will be about $4.3 0.
Insurance of the church was $4.0U0.
The fire was first noticed by O. E.
Elder, who was passing the church at
11.30 o'clock last nlt;ht and Immediately
gave the alarm. The intense cold caused
the water thrown on the fire to freeze
almost as soon as It left the hose, making
the fight of the blaze difficult.
The building was practically destroyed.
A 'M piano n ih building was ruined
by smoke and water, as was also the
Tito Shelton Pioneers Dead.
SH ELTON, Neb.. Jan. 13.-(SpeclaI.)-
hfl ripjtth nf 1 mm pltl.-n. m,all,n
within thirty minutes of each other was
the record of Tuekday. William Catter
lln. a pioneer of this section of tiuffa'o
county, almost 80 years old, died at his
home Tuesday afternoon. His death re
sulted from an attack of grip coupled
with old age. He leaves several children
David Morgan, aged 65 years, died at
about the same rnui of pneumonia. H!a
body was sent to Wood River for Interment.
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The Most Wonderful Endorsement Ever
Given Any Product
John Philip Sousa and his famous Band have circled the globe on numerous tours and inspired
millions of people in many lands with their soul-stirring, inimitable music.
Mr. Sousa has been a smoker of Tuxedo Tobacco for years. Recently, at the Panama-Pacific
Exposition, a newspaper representative made the discovery that every member of Sousa's Band is also
a Tuxedo smoker!
Whereupon, the following endorsement of Tuxedo was gladly given and signed by Mr. Sousa and
the sixty-six members of his Band. Read it as sure-fire and convincing as a Sousa March:
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HAIR GROWS OR NO PAY
Whn your hair falls out, thr It lack nf naturf't
nour1iihmnt, which com from tha blood. Tha
Mrwlarn Vauinim Cap f1raw tha blrxM to tha halt
roots and ajlva It IlKNKWKI) IIKE This !
frra1 rlrrulntlnn. whlrh 4lstn1 tha small blnntl
vanaals, rattHivIni all tha rlogftM ani ibiffajlsi
hlond from nrntiod l ha hair routs and supplies
fr-Mh naw blood. Tha hair laka nn pew Ufa.
Maka 5 nur hair ha va a healthy clow, ffiftpa it
from fa I Ik its out and nnw tha Ufa In tha dor
mant hair fnitra ao that thav acatn grov a
haalthr had of hair. Wa sad our caps out
SIXTY DAYS FREE TRIAL
In your own hnma. Wo 1st rou ha tho Juris. If
you ara not aatlftftM with tha showing mad a you
rat urn tha rap. and tura ara no rharas. Wo run
all tha rlak that you will ba glad to purrhaso tho
t ap at th end of lxty dar. or WK I(ltt. Thora
la no 'ibltrlty, or unplfsaaant noiortaty. aa all
ahlpmQta ara mado by Parcal Poat without ad
vartlalng. Wrllo today for our hooklai sod Pi
tlculara, aant aaalvd Id plslo aovslopo.
Modern Vacuum Cap Oo.f
556 llarrlay lllock. Oenvcr, Oolo.
JOHN PHILIP SOUSA
Tht March King
"All the vim, energy and enthusiasm we put into the playing of the aJ n jPlT.
'Stars and Stripes Forever' we find in the steady use of TUXEDO."
A f old la Dunnrnim Bmk It Now.
BU'a Plne-Tar-Hony la fine for
cough and coldf. nothea tha lunga,
looaena the mucous. Only 25c. All drug
tiarame aud Auto Burned.
North Bend, Neb., Jan. 13. Fire at
tha farm house of Kd Pic, northeast of
town, last night, destroyed tha garage, a
Bulck car and washhouse, containing
laundry outfit. Including engine, cob
bouse, and it's contents.
The Habit of laklas Cold.
With many people taking cold la a
habit, but fortunately one that Is easily
broken. Take a cold sponge bath every
morning when you first get out of bed
asrfbt Ice cold, but a temperature of about
r no degrees P. Also sleen with your win
dow up. Do this and you will seldom
take eold. When you do take cold take
Chamberlaln'a Cough Remedy and get
rid of It aa quickly a possible. Obtain
all everywhere. Advertisement
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No other product ha ever received such a re
markable endorsement as this.
The incomparable mildness of Tuxedo appeals to
men with nerves the fact that Tuxedo does not
affect their throats or nerves. And the reason is the
"Tuxedo Process", that makes Tuxedo different
from all other tobaccos positively non biting,
delightfully soothing, restful and refreshing.
Tuxedo will appeal to you' for the same reasons.
March at a Sousa quick-step to the nearest tobacco
dealer and get a tin of Tuxedo today. Smoke pipeful
after pipeful all day long, every day, for a week.
Then you'll know you've found the one cheer-up-and-speed-up-without-a-let-up
smoke for happy, hustling
You can buy Tuxedo everywhere. Convenient,
glassinc wrapped, moisture-proof pouch, Sc. Famous
Green Tin with gold lettering, curved to fit pocket,
10c. In Tin Humidors 40c and 80c. In Glass Humi
dors 50c and 90c.
January Clearance Sales
We are clearing out all broken
line of Diamonds, Watches, Jew
elry, Silverware,. Cut Glass, etc.,
left over from our great Christmas
and Holiday sales.
Special Bargain Prices
Extra Easy Credit Terms
878 D I a mond
King. 14k solll
gold Loft Is "Perfection-
mounting. . ."',
1 a Week.
HO. 4 Men's Dia
mond King, f sroDg
Tooth mounting, 14k
.olid sola, Kumn or
81.63 a Week.
M ..A ' 11
.- a Vafe. j ' m fit m
1083 Wrist Watch Case and Brace
let are both fine 14k so: Id gold. leaver
et, full nickel jeweled, choice of
Ither white or gold 7
dial. Oiiamnteed. at 4? 6
Credit Terms i $2.80 a afoata.
Hts'i Watchts, solid gold and gold
Ulled, guaranteed accurate tlmeke.-pr
and wonderful value, a large lot to
select from. Prlcea 810 a id up.
Terms to eult your eonealanoe.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Osci Daily Till S f. H. Stiatstr Tdl 10
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Phono tuimtii I'M n4 our Minora vtll call.
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