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THE HEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1D1G.
WONDERS OF STATE
Dr. Condra Surprises Public with
views of Boone Fair and
COURT ROOM SCENE IN MOHR MURDER TRIAL Mrs. Mohr is shown seated at the
counsel table, with two of her attorneys. At the left is Arthur Cushing and at the right
is William F. Carroll.
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HAMILTON MAN FOR OFFICE
(From a Staff Correspondent )
LINCOLN, Jan. 20. (Special. -Most of
the meeting of organized asrlculture are
ever. rlihcuRh some of them d d net finish
until tonight. Two will be held tomorrow,
the sta'e Dairymen's association and the
Agricultural Kxtenslon conference.
The State Horticultural society closed
today with an especially (rood program.
The fruit and corn show la especially at
tractive and Prof. Condra and hla motion
t'lrturea arc drawing crowds to the Audi
torium every evening. The pictures which
open tlie eyes of the people most are
fiescrlitive of the Roone county fair and
a tri- down the Niobrara river.
The shutting of the big Tercheron
horses and cattle exhibited by Ben Bow
man at the county fair, with hla big
S5.0O) breeding barn. Indicates that all the
big thing are not confined to the big
The trip down the Niobrara river dis
close that for acenery and fishing one
ioea not need to go outaide of Nebraska.
Norncre to Kile.
It la understood that T. F. Nordgren of
Hamilton county Is going to file for the
republican nomination for lieutenant gov
ernor. This will make the fight Interest
ing if all candidates get In. Senator
Bhumwijr of Wakefield has already filed
and Senator Klechel of Nemnha an
nounced this morning that he had aecured
the papers and would file Immediately,
while It has been generally understood
that Representative M. A. Hostettler of
Buffalo will also file.
Hoffmel.ter la Again.
Representative Fred Hoffmeie'er of
Chase county has filed for renorulnatlon
for representative from the Seventieth
district. He has served two terms. He
Is a democrat.
Son In Hayael Home.
Major Arthur Haysel, assistant adju
tant general of the Nebraska National
Guard, believes In preparedness and this
morning announced that he had a brand
new young soldier at his house who re
ported for duty yesterday. He has al
ready been given the name of Oeorge
Richards and shows unusual ability to
command and have hi commands obeyed.
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Assessors Hear .
From State Officers
What is Expected
(From a Staff Correspondent
LINCOLN. Jan Sv8t.e. lal.V-roiinty
assesaora from all ovr the tte are In
session here this week taking up matter
of interest to them relative M the aar.-
ment of property for the coming sear.
R. Mellor, secretary of the State Board
of Agriculture save a talk on matter In
relation to forwarding agricultural statis
tics to the Ptat Board of Agriculture.
He :;ld tl at much of It he c vild get from
the secretarv of the Mate Board of As
sessment, but he desired that all be care
ful to send In crop ncreage reports and
the number of milch cows.
Attorney Genera t Reed was asked about
the law requiring a'seesmenta between
April 1 and the third Men lay In May, and
If expenses could be collected for time
put In before and after that time. Mr.
j Reed faid If the work waa necessary (I
j penre coul I 1 collected.
I Heei-etaiy Bernecker told the assessors)
tley should assess land at Tr per cent
: of the sales value. There might be ficti
cious vlna s'ion In report of sale.
j but he hel eved that a a gem ral thing
j the land should be aaseaaed at the i'.'i
I per tent basis.
ir Nntra of (olaaihai,
COLl Mlin, Neb., Jan. 9. Special.)
For the first time since 19", when the
Young Men'a Christian aoclatlon build
ing wa erected, the Institution finds It
self free from all debt. This announce
ment ws made by Howard Clark of
the hoard of directors at a banquet of
the Business Men's club.
Their auto turning turtle on the Merid
ian road two mile north of oClumbu,
Olenn Kerr and A. V. Jensen of Platte
Center were thrown clear of tlie machine
and escaped with minor Injurle.
NERVES TREATED FREE
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cialist, OItm Maw Book sad a 8.o Ta .
ropathle Traatmaat rrae aa a TrtaU
Sick per.ple whose nerre are weak or
dcranced who have weak heart, atomncri,
bowels, bladder, kidney er liver; bliiee.
headnche, Oinlness or dullness; nenrou
dvel'epsla. Irritability, cold hand and
f-et, shortness of breath. paVHtatlon or
Irregulnr heart-beat, riroiv, drowslnea.
nervousness, sleeplessness, trembling,
wamierlng pains, backache, Irritable
t nalarrh OOfflSt InU iotl.
Iiysterlii would lo wen to accept it.
Miles- liberal offer. You mav never hava
another opportunity. Write now.
Hi Book contain ninny remarkable
cures after five to twenty physicians and
aiiec.Hiiaia laueo, ana iso iirauriiriii
front Hlshope, Clergymen, Blstesinen, Ed
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Ilia Improved special ireaimenia ir
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experience ia are thoroughly aclmtlfto
and remarkably successful. o much
that he does not neaitai to oner rrw
Trial Treatments; to the alrk that they
mav test them free. Write at once.
Inscribe vour ea. and he will aend
you a two-pound Free Treatment and
Book Address lr. Franklin Mile. Dept.
INS, 705 to "l'.'i Main St., Klkhart, lnd.
READ THE BEE WANT ADS
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AFiTHUR. CUSH)HQ. MJSS AMO WILLIAM F. CARJZOliJ
FIREMEN WILL GO
TO AUBURN NEXT
Jacob P. Hoffman of Ord Elected
President of Volunteer
Her Son Subject to troop.
'My sort Edwin Is subject to croup,"
writes Mrs. E. O. Irwin, New Kensing
ton, Pa. "I put In many sleepless hours at
nis''t before I learned of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Mothers need not fear
this disease If they keep a bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In the
house and use It as directed. It always
save my boy relief." Obtainable every
w here. Advertisement.
Convene at Lincoln
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. Jan. 20.-(SpeclaI.) Tho Ne
braska lumber dealers are holding a big
Hesslon of their association at tho Lin
They have inaugurated the plan of hold
ing only afternoon sessions, tlio forenoon
oelng given over to petting acquainted
with each other. The evenings are given
over to amusements.
About 401 represf ntatives of the lumber
business arc present.
This afternoon the session was opened
with a talk by Mr. Snell of New Orleans,
who talked on co-operation In business.
Dr. Stanley F. Krcbs of Philadelphia
cave an especially Interesting address on
"Two Snakes on the Business Brain."
An address by J. J. Dodds of the Dodds
Lumber company was an Interesting
feature of the afternoon.
The association was entertained at tli?
Orpheum In the evening with a program
of a lumber-like nature.
Bell Gerhart-Morrlson of T'nlvcrslly
Place interspersed the sessions with readings.
BIG BANQUET IN EVENING
CRAWFORD. Neb., Jan. 20.(!?peciat Tel
egram.) The firemen's convention today
spent much time In a further discussion
of the mutual aid department. All de
partments are urged to push tills branch.
No action was taken by the convention
regarding the interstate tournament which
will be held In Omaha this summer.
The Alliance Herald was again desig
nated as the official organ for t no ensuing
year and Lloyd Thomas of Alliance ap
pointed state publicity chairman.
A telegram was rend from Frank M.
Pond of Omaha, secretary of the Ne
braska Fire Prevention association, ex
pressing his regret that urgent business
matters prevented him from being pres
ent and addressing the convention.
A resolution thanking the citizens and
firemen of Crawford, Colonel H. E.
Sickel and hi staff of officers and the
Twelfth cavalry band for the splendid
entertainment furnished visiting dele
gates was unanimously passed.
The Twelfth cavalry band gave a pro
gram in the opera house during a short
Auburn received the unanimous vote
for the 1517 convention.
The officers elected for the ensuing
Jacob . Hoffman, Ord, president;
Marry J. Hauser, Fremont, first vice
president; John W. Guthrie, Alliance,
reoond vice president; K. A. Miller, Kear
ney, re-elected, secretary; 11. B. Web
l.ert. KcHinev, re-elected, treasurer;
board of control. Jacob Uoehring. Sew
ard, chairman; W. K. Mote. Chadron; F.
B. Tobin. Sidney; o. W. Rhodea. Scott's
Bluff; Bert J. Galley, Columbus.
The banquet started at 6 this evening,
at which 410 nlntes were laid. Many
prominent speakers were on the program,
with the Rev. Walter C. Rundln acting
Delegates will leavo Friday morning
for Alliance, where they will be enter
tained all dav and until midnight by
that live "suburb" of Crawford.
Opened at Hastings
HASTINGS, Neb.. Jan. 20. (Special Tel
egram.) People representing the various
Protestant churches have inaugurated a
iew religious movement in the organi
sation of the Hastings Institute for the
Study and Practice of Christianity. The
Idea I one originated by Rev. F. J.
Clark of the Congregational church and
Is expected to be widely adopted over
It Is argued that only about 10 per cent
of church activity la necessarily sectarian,
and about 90 per cent can be carried on
by united action. The purpoe of the In
stitute Is to take possession of this larger
field. In carrying out the full program
of the church In the community.
The Institute consist of eight classes
for the study of social service evangelism,
teachers' training, SMnady school
methods, the beliefs of all religion, Ilihle
and mirslons. Rev, F. J. Clark was)
elected dean of the Institute. The faculty
and courses of study follow;
Rev. J. YV. Bean and Rev. Mr. Rlchavd
on, "Bible;" Rev. C. K. Lenimon and
Superintendent Evcrhart, "Sunday
school;" Rev. F. J. Clark, "Christian
Doctrine;" Dr. &iadel Dlxon, "Missions;"
Rev. A. A. Brooks, "Evangelism;" Iro(.
Anderson, "Social Christianity."
Accused Force r taoabt,
VALENTINE. Neb., Jan. 3A. tSpecKl
Telegram. ) Carl Adair, wanted In sev
eral states on forgery charges, was cap
tured here today by Sheriff C. A. Ros
setcr. Hl work lias been extremely
clever and he has gotten by with many
hecks. He wa taken to Alliance tonight
Hid turned over to authorities of Garden
Ross L. Hammond
To File for Senator
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
HASTINGS. Neb., Jan. 3u.-(Speclal
Telegram.) Information from a source
Indicating reliability, is that Ross I
Hammond of Fremont will be a candidate
. for the republican nomination for United
States senator. It Is said that Mr. Ham-
rnond has sised up the situation and i
talked it over with friends while he has
been in Lincoln attending the meetings
of Organized agriculture, and will very
soon file for the place.
Another rumor gives it that Repre
sentative Norton of Polk county will file
a the Bryan candidate for lieutenant
governor on the democratic ticket, and
that George V. Potts will also be the
Bryan candidate for state treasurer on
the same ticket.
WHEN YOU WAKE
UP DRINK GLASS
OF HOT WATER
EDGAR HOWARD UNWILLING
TO PUSH FRERICH'S CASE
COLUMBI'S. Neb., Jan. (Special. )
Showing extreme leniency to the man who
had endangered his life by running him
down with an auto on New Year's day,
Kdgar Howard, editor of tho Columbus
Telegram, eecured the koqulttal of the
man upon the payment of the small fine
of 110 and costs, totaling t-M.75.
The man Is Henry Frerlchs, residing
near Osceola, and upon being arraigned
last week by County Attorney Walter be
fore Judge Ratterman pleaded not guilty.
However, Wednesday upon resumption of
tho rase he (deeded guilty through bis
attorney, .August Wagner, to driving
through the public thoroughfare at a
sr-eed exceeding the legal limit.
t'pon announcement of Proeecutor Wal
ter that he would proceed with the other
three counts driving his car wtle under
the influence of liquor, driving at nixht
without lights) and driving acroas a street
Intersection at a speed in excess of six
miles an hour Edgar Howard made a
plea for clemency to the court and the
remaining charges were dismissed.
Frerlchs paid his fine, costs and an
amount sufficient to cover his victim's
med col attention and damage done to
Wash the poisons and toxins from
system before putting mors
food into stomach.
Cay Inside-bathing makes any.
ons look and feel clean,
sweet and refreshed.
COME men change their tobacco
brands as oPen as a woman
changes her mind. An' others
JT'S a great thing to
find a tobacco that
suits you "down to tho
ground." If you like a
mild tobacco that is
cool smoking and full
will suit you.
I h I Waa a'JSiy' . 1
Sunderland Bias Coal To Ourn
We have come through the tremendous demand of the
recent cold wave with a full line of
still in our bins.
Don't Let the fJext Cold Wave Catch You Unprepared
Best service is always obtainable in mild weather.
Open windows do not chill your house so rapidly.
Teams and drivers do not suffer from blizzard conditions.
You receive the coal exactly when you want it
Use ECONOMY COAL-Lump, Egg. Nut
Biggest Value in Omaha for Furnace, Heater or Range . . . .
SUNDERLAND BROTHERS CO.
Main Office, Keeline Bldg., 17th and Harney Sts.
Phone Douglas 252.
ONE OF OUR YARDS IS NEAR YOUR HOME.
Going Out of
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Going Out of
The Prices Have Been Cut as They Were Never Cut Before
And you had better hurry if you expect to
share in this great cut price selling event
We must clear the sample floors and clear the warehouse rooms buy now, don't
delay, and if it is so desired we will arrange easy terms at the same low prices.
Rubsl Furniture Company, 1513-15 Howard St.
Watch for date of sale
of the Men's Furnishings,
Suits, Hats, Shoes, etc.
See Friday night';
newspapers for details. of
tho sale of the first sections.
AH the Men-s Overcoats and Boys' Clothing From the
Pla.iBK Mill Uantfrd,
HASTINGS. Neb.. Jan. .-( Special
THenram.) The Maatinea plsnln mill
ui damaged 5.W by fire this morning.
Ti.a loss U covered by insurance.
Wash yourself on the inside be font
breakfast like you do on the outsl !c.
This is vsatly more Important because,
the skin pores do not absorb impuri
ties into the blood, causing illness, while
the bowel pores do.
For every ounce of food and drink
taken into the fclomach, nearly an ounce
of waste material must be carried out
of the body. If this waste material is
not eliminated O.ay by day it quickly
ferments and Kenerates polnonn, gases
and toxins which are absorbed or sucked
into the blood stream, through the lymph
ducts Hlili'h should suck only nourish
ment to sustain tho body.
A splendid health measure Is to drink,
before breakf:iKt each day, a glass of
real hot water with a teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate in it, which is a
harmless way to wah these pol.ioiis,
gsses and toxins from the stomach, liver,
kidneys and bowels, thus clennnlnK,
aweeleiilnR and freHhening th entire ali
mentary canal lielore putting more food
Into the stomach.
A quarter pound of limestone phophate
costs but very little at the drug store,
but la sufficient to make anyone an en
thusiast on Inside bathing. Men and
women who aro accuatomed to wake up
with a dull, acnlng head or have furred
tongue, bad tasie, nasty breath, sallow
complexion, others who have bilious at
tack, acid srinach or constipation are
assured of pronounced Improvement in
ixth health mA appearance shortly. Advertisement.
H A SPECIAL MESSAGE TO OMAHA:
J We shall begin Saturday one of the largest and great-
est value-giving sales ever known to this part of the coun
try. The King-Peck store was an establishment of the
highest order; it was known everywhere in this and sur
rounding territory. They carried a tremendous stock of
high grade clothing
Absolutely Removes !
Indigestion. One package i
proves it li5c at all druggist?.
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All this immense stock will be placed on sale. by Bran
deis Stores at an unprecedented sacrifice. It is so large
that it would be impractical to offer all at one time, so
the Overcoats and Boys' Clothing will go on sale this com-
ing Saturday, the balance of the stock, including the
Men's Furnishings, Suits, Shoes; Hats, etc., 'will follow
(fV just as soon as read v.
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