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II Hi l?hh: UMA11A. MONDAY, MARCH 20, 191(1.
REED IS FEELING
THE BRYAN POWER
Switch of Berge to Attorney Gen
eral Show Which Way
LINEUP ALL FOR THE DRY MEN
rroni a Staff ConTKPondont.)
LINCOLN, March 19. (Special.! When
Mayor Cliarlc W. rtryan made Ma cele
brated announcement some months brit"
that no man could bo nominated on the
democratic ticket unless he wan branded
with the-Bryan dry stamp of democracy,
he also announced that candidates would
be shifted around to mct the require
ments, and that If the right sort of a man
did not file for a state office some candl-
elate already filed would be switched to
that office from the one he had filed
for In order that the slate might be com
plete. Soon after the manifesto was published
Mayor Bryan Interviewed Attorney Gen
eral Reed and endeavored to fret him to
commit himself on the dry question and
portrayed the Bryan situation In very
alluring colors before the yes of Mr. Iteed
In an effort to fret Mm to take the hook.
Air. need refused.
Now George W. Ferjte withdraws at the
lust minute from the race for governor
and a petition appears filing- him for the
riemocrstlc nomination for attorney gen
eral against Mr. Reed. This Is what Mr.
Reed. Ill at his apartments for many
weeks, and unable to get out and look
nfter h ' political fences, gets for refusing
to bond the suppliant knee to the Bryan
political monarchy, all of which goes to
Indicate that the Rryans are 'after the
scalps of the unrighteous democrats .who
will not fall down and worship the king.
j Bayard H.Payne
Files for Judge in
(5RA Ml ISLAND, Neb., March 1!
Special.) A petition has been filed with
the secretary of slnte asking that the
nsme of Bayard 11. Talne of Grand
Island be placed on the nonpartisan
primary ballot as a candidate for the of
fice of judge of the district court,
Kleventh judicial district.
Judge I'nlne has resided In Grand Island
forty-three years and was court reporter
for this district for six years under Judge
Thompson, lie has Issued a statement
outlining his platform In which he says:
Wrongs redressed too late amount to
a dcnliil of Justice. A vigorous Judge
ought to keep his docket clear anil owes
It to the litigants even though the law
yers object to frown on long delays
The Nebraska Bar association declared
that perjury must be stamped out. Fear
leHnness on the part of a Judge and
few stiff sentences to the penitentiary
will help a great deal.
The law ought not to be so enormously
expensive. Inrk of means ought not to
bar a man from seeking Justice In our
courts. The man with a Just cause ought
to have an even chance with a rich cor
poration, even though he cannot hire as
If elected to the bench my platform
will be, swift, certain and Inexpensive
justice impartially administered.
On the Lincoln Books
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 19. (Special.) The
records of reglstratlm at the office of
the city clerk continue to show republi
cans to the rood more' than two to one.
Voters to the number of B.Stifi have reg
istered, hut It Is estimated that there
are at least three or four thousand more
who have not so far registered. The books
still show that the lene populist who
registered the first week the books were
open, Is still In a cluss by himself and
the non-partisan list does not appear to
Increase much since It was given out that
those who registered as no party affili
ation could not vote nt the primary ex
cept on non-partisan candidates. The
record la as follows:
Populist ..' 1
Names of Allen and
Harman Both Filed
Bryan Men to Talk
At Birthday Dinner
From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN. March 19. (Special.) Mon
day Is Bryan day In Lincoln, and while
the annual birthday banquet has been
shuffled off of the map a big crowd Is
expected. That the affair Is strictly of
a flryan brand and will represent only
the Bryan side of the democratic party
Is evidenced by the list of speakers, most
of whom are on the Bryan ticket for of
fices at the primary.
Here Is the lift of speakers Including
tch chairman of the meeting: W. II.
Thompson, delegate-at-large to the na
tional sVmocratlc convention on the
Bryan slnte; C. M. Sklles, David City,
Bryan delcgnte; J. 11. McCarthy, Lincoln,
Bryan candidate for congress; Mayor
James Dnhlman of Omaha, Bryan candi
date for national commit tecmnn; Edgar
Howard, Columbus. Bryan candidate for
lieutenant governor; I. J. Dunn, Omaha,
Bryan candidate for I'nited States sen
ator; William J. Bryan, Lincoln. Bryan
candidate for delegate-af-larpe; Judge
S. D. Wokeley of Alabama, special guest
of Mr. Brynn. Other epeakers will be
Governor Morehead, candidate Tor the
democratic nomination for the vice pres
idency, and Rev. Martin Hardin of Chi
Maggi Is Candidate
For County Judge
tKrom a Staff Correspondent.)
, LINCOLN. March 19. (Special.) Kd
ward G. Maggl. chairman of tho state
board of pardons, will be a candidate for
county judge of Iancaster county, hav
ing filed for that office yesterday. Mr.
Maggl has practiced law about seventeen
years, after resigning Ms position as pro
fessor of elocution at the State univer
sity. Me la a Bostonian by birth, a bean
eater by choice and bopes to be a Judicial
official by selection.
THE LARGEST PETITION
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
LINCOLN, March 19. (Special.) Judge
Jacob Fawcett, present associate Justice
of tho supreme court, walked off with
the honors of having the largest number
of names on his petition for chief Justice
of the supreme court of any candidate
for any office filing this yesr. His peti
tions bore the names of 14,r.97 voters of
Other petitions for the supreme court
filed were those of Judge 8. H. Sedg
wick, II. C. ralmer of Clay and G. J.
Hunt of Bridgeport.
Judge Sedgwick has served on the su
preme bench several years and Is con
sidered one of the strong men of that
Judicial body. His petition was a large
one and speaks well for the popularity
which he holds with the people of the
DOCTORS TO CRAWFORD
county for thlrty-sls. yean. He was for
merly mayor of Stromnburg. and member
of the board of education for several
MEETING AT STROMSBURG
(Prom a Staff Correspondent.) ' v
LINCOLN, March 19. (Special.) Peti
tions were received by the secretary of
state today for A. B. Allen and Clarence
Harman for the republican and demo
cratic nominations for governor. Mr.
Allen, who has but recently resigned the
office of secretary of the State Railway
commission, says the filing la entirely
without Ma knowledge and that he has
no Intention of accepting;. Chief Deputy
Food Commissioner Harman, however. Is
more reticent about what he will do and
he Intends to take the full time allowed
by law before declining or saying what
ho will do.
LAWRENCE NAMED FOR
NASBY AT S K EDWARD
ST. EDWARD. Neb., March 19. (Spe
cial.) At postotfice primary election here
yesterday Will Iwrence was elected by
a majority of seventy-five. Four others
were In the race. The total vote cast
was CC1. i
tret Democratic Ticket.
CRETE. Neb.. March 19. (Special.) The
democratic caucus for the city of Crete
was held Saturday night. C. W. Week
bach called the meting to order and was
seated as permanent chairman. O. W.
Knoll was made secretary of the meet
ing. The following were the democratle
nominees: For mayor. John Tulty; city
clerk, Clay Harry; city treasurer, Joe
Kuncl; eouncllmen, First ward, Hugh
Butler; Second ward. William Brauer;
Third ward. Frank Bahner; schol board,
C. W. Knoll and M. D. Osterhout.
Andrews Heads Garden Work.
SL'PERIOR, Nob., March 19. (Special
Telegram.) C. E. Andrews, principal' of
the high school, has been employed by'the
Rnard of Education to have charge of
the garden play ground and manual train
ing work for the coming summer.
gcarlet Ferr at Berlin.
BERLIN, Neb., March 19. (Special.)
Several cases of scarlet fever are reported
here and precautions are being taken to
Drevent the spread of the disease. Schools
have been closed and the afflicted faml
Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads.
CRAWFORD. Neb., March 19 (Special.)
Crawford will entertain tin Northwest
Nebraska Medioal society in this city
Tuesday. March II. About 175 del cste,
will be In attendance and many prominent
medical men will make addrses en the
various medical topics. The visitor will
be . taken to Fort 11 ibluson and other
nearby point of Interest and banqueted
In the evening.
SPANISH WAR VETERANS
MEET AT NORTH PLATTE
NORTH PLATTE. Neb. March 19.-
Special.) The state convention of Span
ish War veterans will be held In North
Platte on Jun and (.. ' The local camp
Is already making preparations for the
entertainment of the several hundred
delegates who are txpected lo attend.
Ixcal business men will co-operate with
the local organisation In showing the vis
itors a good time..
w Ticket at Met'aok.
M'lWK, Neb , March 19 --(Special Tele
grsm.) A new party and a new ticket
entered the city campaign last night when
the following ticket wss placed In the
field under the slogan of 'Business Men
for McCook's Business Administration:"
Mayor. Patrick Walsh; clerk. Linus Stoll;
treasurer. I. Thorgrlmaon; engineer, P.
M. Bell. Members school hoard, Mrs.
Harriet E. Wlletts, C. H. Boyle. Coup
cllmen. First ward. R. A. Green; Second
ward. C. E. Eldred.
Ticket at l.eslnaton.
LEXINGTON. Neb., March -(Special.)
The businessmen's party held Ita
caucus lsst night and nominated a ticket.
"Jim-" Byrnes was renominated for
mayor. M. C. Whltaker for clerk. A. II.
Sheldon for treasurer. Harry Smith for
city engineer. Councllmen: First -sard.
Lew Hock: Second ward, Tom Krler;
Third ward. William McKee. Members
of the school board, A. P. Wlese end A.
People's Party Ticket.
CRAWFORD, Neb., March 19-(8pe-clal.)
A mass meeting ot cltlsens nom
inated tho people"s rarty ticket for the
city offices as follows: For mayor, O.
A. Mlnlck; clerk, Claire Hall; treasurer,
Clyde J. Hornsby; engineer. Page T.
Francis. Councllmen:. First ward, Tarls
O. Cooper; Second ward, one year term.
Nathan Broadhurst; two year term, W.
STUOMSnrilO. Neb.. March 19 (Spe
cial.) A local branch of the Nebraska
Dry federation was organised at a large
mass meeting held here today. Several
hundred persons Joined the federation and
officers were elected lo carry on an active
campaign' from now until election. The
meeting waa presided over by V. E. Wil
son, candidate for the democratle nom
ination of state railway commissioner,
who, together with Attorney II. C. Beebe
of Osceola, formerly a republican candi
date for elate railway commissioner, and
Rev. Sonncff of Polk, addressed th
nlri from Beatrice.
BEATRICE. Neb.. March 19 (Special.)
-Mrs. George W. Bowser died Frhlay
morning at the home of her parents, Mr.
snd Mrs. W. C. Cady. at Barneslon, aged
26 years. She Is survived by her husband
and one daughter 3 years of sge.
Rev. Mr. Jenson has resigned aa pastor
of the Baptist church at Wymora and
has accepted a call from a church near
Chicago. Rev. Mr. Martman of Tecumseh
will take charge of the chnrch within the
next few days.
William Dewey, a farmer living two
miles north of Liberty, lost a portion of
his left hand while operating a circular
saw on the farm of Benjamin Maxwell.
The member wss almost severed to the
wrist by the saw.
MAY FILE MOREHEAD'S
NAME INS0UTH DAKOTA
PI ER I IPS, R. D.. March 19 (Special.)
Inquiries have come to the office of the
secretary of state here as to whst are
the requirements for the filing of the
name of Governor Morehead of Nebraska,
ss a i if.tdldale In this state for the of floe
of vice president on the democratle ticket,
to get a vote on his name under the
presidential preference act of the late
special session of the legislature of this
state. 1'p to the present the only filings
which have been made are those of
Woodrow Wilson for president and
Thomss Marshall for vice president, with
no filings for republican candidates, but
petitions are out for the placing of the
nsme of Cummins on the ballot.
T5 years old and had ben a teacher In
the convent hera more than twenty-five
years. Funeral services will be held
Monday morning at 9 o'clock at St. Jo
CRETK. Neb., March 19 -(Special.)-Anna
Shestsk, living near Crete, died
Thursday night. She was horn May ),
1M2. Funeral services were held Sunday
st the V. Svejkovsky residence. Inter
ment In Big Blue cemetery.
YORK. Neb.. Msrch 19 (Special. )
John Towie died at the family home, 9ofi
Burlington avenue. He was TS years old.
He came to York In 111. Funeral serv
ices were held this afternoon at the
W A CO, Neb, March 19.-( Special. )
Raymond Melton. 14 year-old son of Mr.
and Mrs. G. I,. Melton, died Friday. Fu
nnel services were held this morning at
the Methodist church.
O. E. gtofrreann.
BI.1K HILL. Neb.. March 19.-(Spcclal )
O. K. Stoffregsn. oacd 91 yesrs, o. . at
his home lit Blue HIU Friday evening
altr an Illness of many months. He Is
survived by his widow, four daughters
and three sons.
Can't Beat "Tiz"
"Us" for gore, tired, puffed
up, aching1, calloused
feet or corns.
"Sara! I M HZ
Hedbloom Files for Senate.
ST ROMBl'RG, Neh , March 19. (Spe
cial.) Albert B. Helbloom of this city
fl,led for the republican nomination for
state senator from the Eleventh district
comprising Polk, latte and Merrick coun
ties. Mr. Hedbloom has lived In Polk
CRAWFORD, Neb., March 19. (Special.)
The (i-months-otd baby son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Egan died Wednesday after
noon aid was tsken to Hill City, S. D.,
for Interment today.
YORK. Neh., March 19 (Special.) Miss
Agues B. Krasnl, famlliary known as
"Mother Angells." died at the Vrsullne
convent Friday night. "Mother Angella'"
recently celebrated her golden jubilee as
a member of the Vrsullne order. She waa
SOLDIERS' HOME NOTES
Mrs. Mathtas Campbell paased away In
the West hospital at t o'clock on the
morning of March In and her bodv was
taken to Blair, where Interment was
made. She was sdinltted to the home on
November 15, 1912. from Waanlngton
count v. She leaves to mourn her loss a
daughter, a son and an adopted son.
Mlaa Donnev and Mrs. Bradbury called
st the St. Francis hospital one day the
fore pert of the week to see Mrs. Max
well. They report her doing nicely. .
Mr. Hammond since his return has been
the recipient of many hearty handshakes
and aood wishes from the old vetersns,
who congratulate hun upon his recent
Adjutant General Trumbsll of the Grand
Annv of tha iii.iiuhlln of the state of Ne
braska waa at tho home last week, on his
way to lxlngton. Neb., where the state
enoafpment will he held on May 1. II
and 1H He said he wss much pleased
with the location of the encampment tliln
vear. as there was a new court noilse anil
several churches available, and a large
tent had been engaged that would seat
1,000 people. It waa his wish thst every
comrade In the stste. sccompnnled by
his wife, could attend, and he guaranteed
that all could be cared for.
Commander Miller of the Grand Army
of th. Remililln of Burkett called a regu
lar meeting on Wednesday afternoon In
preparation for the Lexington encamp
ment this spring.
Theodore Baker of Ord. Neb., with hU
family, was a visitor at the home lsst
week. Mr. Baker was s member of the
Eighty-seventh Indiana Infantry, and his
family consisted of two daughters snd
Comrade B. F. Travis and wife have
been admitted as members of the home
t Hurkett. coming from Grand Island
Mr. Travis Is a late member of Company
F, Forty-aeventh Wisconsin infantry.
Key to the Situation Bee Want Ads.
1'mplrea glen I'p.
President Baugh of the Southern league,
h.a announced receipt of the signed con
tracts of Umpires Theodore Breltenstelii
and Jack o Toole.
1J f" tW
You can be happy-footed In a moment.
''so "Til" snd never suffer with tender.
raw. burning, blistered, swollen, tired.
aching feet. "TIs" and only "Tli"
takes the pain and soreness out of corns,
callouses and bunions.
As soon as you put your feet In a
Tit" bsth, you Just feel the happiness
soaking In. How good your poor, old
feet feel. They wsnt to dance for Joy.
"TIs" Is grand. "Tli" Instantly draws
out all the poisonous exudations which
puff up your feet and cause sore. In
flamed, aching, sweaty feet.
Get a 2S-cent box of "TIs" at any
drug store or department store. Get In
stant foot relief. Laugh' at foot sufferers
who complain. Because your feet are
never, never, going to bother of make
you limp any more. AdverUsemeat. "
How to Heal
A Baltimore doctor suggest this
simple, but reliable and inexpensive.
home treatment for
with ecsema, ring
worm, rashes and
similar Itching, burn
ing skin troubles.
At any rellablo
druggist's get a jar
of reslnol ointment
and a rake of reslnol
sos p. These are not at all expensive.
With the reslnol soap and warm water
bathe the affected parts thoroughly
until they are free from crusts and the
skin Is softened. Dry very gently,
spread on a thin layer of the reslnol
ointment, and cover with a light band
ageIf necessary to protect the cloth
ing. This should be dona twice a day.
Usually the distressing itching and
burning stop with the first treatment,
and the skin soon becomes clear and
healthy again. Sample free, Dept. 4-R,
Reslnol, Baltimore, Md.
HOT LICENSE FIGHT
ON AT NORTH PLATTE
NORTH PLATTE. Neh.. March
(Kpeclal.) North Platte la In the throes
of Its fourth campaign upon the wet
and dry Issue and the present campaign
promises to he the most bitterly fought
cf anjr that has been bad In tha city. The
forces on both sides are organized and
working hard. The drys made arrange
inants for a number of public speakers to
sddress the people during the campaign.
Rev. Oscar Lowry, who conducted the
Lbwry-Moody' revivals here last year
v. Ith great success, will speak on March
2$. .t W. . JBryan. I. J.' Dunn, candidate
for' I'nited States senator, and Mayor
William Margett of Hastings, will also
bo among the speakers during the cam
paign. The result Is bound to be close
for the msjorlty of the wets haa been
steadily decreasing. In 1.911 the major
ity was :-; In 1914. 132. snd lsst year,
Edaar Cltlsens Trotest Raise.
EDGAR. Neb.. March 19. (Special.) A
mass meeting of Edgar cltlsens was held
In the opera house last night to consider
the proposed Increase In rates by the Bell
Telephone company for tha local siid.
scrlbers. Dr. G. R. Woods was chosen
chairman and C. P. Avery, secretary
After much discussion by which a wide
diversity of opinion was shown, It was
decided that, before an Intelligent con
clusion could be arrived at, more Infor
matlon must be procured, and a commit
tee of three was appointed as follows: J.
M. Dalley. W. J. Boomer and Lee HIU.
This committee, assisted by C. P. Avery,
is to confer with the officials of the Bell
Telephone company and the Nebraska
Railway commission. After hearing this
report the citizens will take final action
which may be to decide to pay the In
creased rates or to organise a company
with local capital and build a telephone
system to serve the needs of Edgar people
LAND OWNERS WILL HAVE
A MEETING AT VALLEY
FREMONT. Neb.. S'areh 1. 8pedal.)
A mass meeting of the citlsens of Val
ley and land owners a'ong the fnlon Pa
cific m Douglas county, west of Vslley
and Union Pacific officials, has been
nailed ..for Monday afternoon for the
purpose of conslderns the question of
building a dyke to keep the Platte river
flood water from spreading over so much
territory with the resultant damage. A
dyke extends from Valley two miles
west, but when the river overflows Its
hanks It crosses the Union Psclfkj tracks
at Mercer and isms down outside the dyke
Into the valley. Nearly every spring
, the Union Peciflo spends hundreds of
' dollars In repairing damage done by
the flood waters.
For all other of fl
anc to four candV
rillnas la Dodgre Coaaty.
FREMONT, Neb.. March 19 (Special.)
When the time for filing for nomina
tions at tha primaries closed yesterdsy
afternoon there was .only ena vacancy
on tbe entire ticket.
ea there were from
dates. William Banders has ne apposi
tion far the offlc of county surveyor.
Vc. Sanders is making the raoa for the
third time. Tho dark of tha district
court seems to be the moat sought after
of say af the offloaa. there heing seven
candidates, three democrats and four
republloanafo r this place.
Cltlseas Ticket at Blae Hill.
BLUE HILL, Neb.. March 19. (Special.)
At a caucus held here Friday night,
citlxens' ticket was nominated: E. Mc
Bride. Jacob Goll and & P. Duncan.
Pothaat Released oa Bond.
HEBRON, Neb., March 19. (Special.)
August Pothast, who was arrested by the
authorities at. Superior a short time ago,
and brought to the Thayer county Jail,
haa been released under bonds given by
relatives for the amount of fix.
Pothast Is alleged to have committed
a statutory assault upon the person of
the lS-year-old daughter of Herman Fln-
tel of Deshler. He wss at first thought
to have committed suicide, as some of
his clothing wss found on the bank of
a creek near here. His preliminary hear
ing Is set for March 38.
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