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TJtE BEE: - OMAHA, .TUESDAY.
NOVEMBER 7, 1916.
.NEW FREEDOM Of'
Emperor, of Austria Makes it
Plain Galicia is Not Included
i; in the New Kingdom.
: PROMISES IT AUTONOMY
Beilin, Nov. 6. (By Wireless to
-Sayvilte.) The text of the letter, sent
by Emperor" Francis Joseph to the
Austrian premier, Ereestvon Koer
ber, regarding theNPolish manifesto, is
given by the Vienna Zeitung as fol
lows: . . ; ' ,
v"hi accordance with my agreement
wit his majestytbe Oerman emper
' or, a national state With an hereditary
monarchy and a constitutional gov
ernment will be formed of the Polish
districts conquered by our brave
armies from Russian domination. On
this Occasion are remembered with
deep emotion the many evidences ofy
aevanon ana lann ourpig my reign
on the part of Galicia and likewise of
greatand heavy sacr-iiice which, this
land "while exposetkio violent hostile
attack had to make for the victorious
defense of the eastern frontiers of my
rcaim, sacrifices wnicn give1 iiaiicia
"It is. therefore, my will, at the mo
ment when -the new" state; comes into
existence to grant In connection with
this evolution1 the right to the land
of Galicia to settle public affairs auto
noaTously so far as is consistent with
the fact that Galicia forms part of our
commonwealth and thus to bffer to
.the population of Galicia a guarantee
of national, and economic develop
ment. . ..
j'ln notifying you of my purposo m
this connection, I request you to elab
orate projects suitable for its legal
realization and to place them be
fore me." -
SOLID FORM P. IS
. HERTS STATEMENT
(Continued ran Pace One.)
managers issued war-like statements,
- declaring tnat tney are going to watch
each other for illegal voting tomor
'row.' s - '
v The chairman of "thfc democratic
state committee sent out irrstructioa
to county chairmen to be prepared to
prosecute' any attempt to torrupt the
Vote by use of money. , ,
The republicarTchairrnan tonight is
sued a statement saying that the re
publican state committee is just' as
much in sympathy with any legitimate
move to epress illegal voting tomor-
-row as trie democrats. Ihe demo
cratic managers stand by their pre
' diction of 100,000 plurality for-Wil
son, and republican leaders rlaim ;
republican victory of from 60,000 to
" ,1U0,U0U plurality.
' Rhode Island. ,
Providence, R. I., Nov. 6. The cam-
" paign in Rhode: Island, in addition lb
presidential matters. Ivas particularly
strenuous because, for the first time
the state was to elegct a United States
senator, by the direct vote of (he peo
ple. Senator. Henry F. Lippitt, repub
lican, is opposed Dy reter u. uerry,
.formerly a member of congress .from
'the second1 district,1 The state also
will elect three members of congress,
governor and other sfate officers.
,' s Maine. '
. Portland, Mr., Nov. 6. The battle
for: Maine's political honors having
been fought out at the bi-ennial state
. electlbn in Sentemher. the voting to.
' morrow will be only for candidates for
presidential electors. President Wil-
, son, four years go, received a plu
rality f 29,248 over Colonel 1 Roose
velt in a total of 126.000 votesr
' Tommorrow"s vote is expected to
exceed wu.uuu. ,-,. ,
San Francisco. CaL Nov. 6 -Inrli
f cations were apparent today of a tre-
iiicuuuua viic wtiuugiiuui vaiuornia
tomorrow, according fo political lead
ers. TK11f ' whirh 6Am,,4 in nittUna
themselves mosts harply on the eve.of
the battle of ballots were Hughes oer
Wilson, wet or dry,' and, Xjover.nor
Hiram W. Johnsgn,' republican, or
George S. Patton, democrat, for the
United States senate.
the headquarters of the prohibition
forces here, predicted a landslide for
" amendment No. 2, restricting the sale
of liquor in public! drinking places
and retail stores, and aw inning vote
of 500,000 foT complete prohibition, in
a statement given out today.
Both' republicans and democrats
claimed the state for Wilson and
Hughes, while Governor lohnson's
supporters predicted a heavy majority
fnr .him over Pattnn) '. ' .'r
for him over Patton.
' Wyoming, ' , ,
CheyVine, Wyo.,- Nov. 6. Repub
lican' and democratic leaders both
. made- claims of success at the polls
- tomorrow, while rival parades here
tonight sjosed the campaign in Wyo
ming. . 'I ,
Patrick Sullivan, reptiblicam' state
chairman, claimed the state for
Hughes, and the" re-election of C. D.
'lark to the senater S. Gj Hopkins,
democratic state chairman, claimed
the state, for Wilson by -1,500.
v ' .Colorado. ' -
. Denver, Nov. 6.' Both political par
ties saw their 'speakers whirling
through the state ttnight to bring to
ail end, the campaign in Cplorado.'
Governor George A. Carlson, repub
lican, madt hisf inil appeal for votes
at ,Greelcy, while Julius jC. Gunter, his
democratic apponenv delivered his
last speech at Florence.
Carlson wilt win by at, least 30,000
votes," said P. B. Stewart, republic
an chairman. "He will run ahead
of his ticket, but Hughes will carry
the state by a substantial majority."
"Wilson will carry Colorado by 40,
000V said Raymond1 Miller, demo
cratic chairman. "Wilson and Gut
ter win -sweep the entire ticket with
them.'.' - '
' Indiana. '
Indianapolis, hid., Nov. 6. The
last word in the cmapaign was said
tonight and leaders -in various par
ties were prepared to devote their
energies tomorrow to getting out the
vote. Leaders of the -two major par
ties reiterated their opinions that
(heir respective parties will carry'ln
diana for president and botji United
States senators. , - '
The Fifth congressional district,
where Eugene V. Debs is the socialist
candidate, is being -watched with par-?
ticular interest, as his supporters are
predicting his election. 'Republicans'
claim they will elect eleven of the
thirteen congressmen.-; Democrats
predict almost opposite, results. Vice
President Marshall and Charles W.
Frairbanks, the republican vice presjj
aentiai nominee, ootn win receive the
returns at their homes tonight.
Wisconsin, v - '
Milwaukee, Wis.', Now. 6. Cam
paign managers in Wisconsin look for
ine heaviest vote to be cast at- to
morrow s election m the history of
the, state. A -close contest bevween
Wilson and Highes in Wisconsin is
looked for, the state chairman for
each candidate clalning the state.
Robert 'M. LaFollette, for United
State senator, and E. L. Phillips, for
governor, appeared to be favorites
oft the windup, though the democrats
who wew-counting .upon Wilson to
carry , the state, believe, the ticket
might also be carried with the presi
ut social ists-expect .to eleqt con
gressmen in the two Wilwaukce dis-'
tricts. Republicans feel confident of
electing seven congressmen, the re
sults lnfour districts being doubtful.
In Holdrege peecnJ
Holdrege, Neb., Nov. tt (Special,)
The 1916 oampaign was! closed here
last night with United States' Senator
George ",W. Nojf is and C . PetruS
Peterson, city attorney of,. ETncoln,
who addressed bne of thi .largest au
diences that has gathered to listen to
political addresses since-fhe-stirring
days ot ltlVb., senator Morns dis
cussed national issues, .and was
greeted by hearty applause. Ques
tions of particular' interest to Ne
braska voters received special atten
tion from Mr". Peterson. Gang
rule," "Mullenism" aid the misrepre
sentations ot the attitude ot the Swed
ish ministers on Hitchcock's candi
dacy were discussed frankly afld fully.
T u: :t. I f t.i jj r
III LUIS uui HUH Ut HIS UUUICSS BUY.
Peterson urged "that Robert W..-De-
.voe b' elected attorney general, and
the office takysn from the incompetent
hands of the present incumbent. Ih
discussing the UncHerwood tariff, Mr.
Peterson said, "I am not preaching
sectionalism, but .protesting against
it. If reading the-Underwood, tariff
schedules is sectionalism, the fault
lier"ii the schedules and not in rfiy
speech.".. When Mr. Peterson ridi'
culed the slogan, "he has kept us out
of war," his remarks were gceeted
with considerable laughter. His par
ody, on this was, "thank God for the
sheriff, fie has kept' us out of jail."
Cashier's Son Turn's
Forger; Gets Caught
Signing the na'me of his father, who
is cashier 6f an eastern bank, to a
numberVof worthless checks totaling
$57 in value, and passing them at the
Brandeis Stores, led to' the arrest of
arl Yates, Wayne, Neb. Special Of-,
hcer ruin of, the stores went 'to
Wayne and, brought Yates fo Omaha.
He, will be Arraigned in. police court
Tuesday morning. It is Yates' opin
ion that he wijj be able to make good
the certificates, - t , .!
Claim Massachusetts -
';' ; Fer Hughes by 75?DOO
Boston,' Nov. 6.4APolitical leaders
agreed tonight that if the weather is
fair tomorrow as predicted, Massa
chusetts will Jq11 fhe largest ote 'in
its history. "The total is expected to
reach '572,000. Governor Samuel Mc
Call and Senator Henry Cabo Lodg
are seeking re-election, Opposed by
Frederick w. iManstield ana.Jokn p.
Fitsgerald, - democratic. - candidates,,
respectively. Republican, managers
renewe'd claims- that Hughes would
carry the sfate with a plurality tof 75,-
000.'- They also claimed they would
elect fourteen out of the sixteen con
v Qerriocratic state "committeemen, ex
pressed confidence that Wilson would
receive plurality of. 20,000 and that
thedemocratic candidates for United
States 8ej(ator' and the state ticket
also would be elected-' . ; ,
Burglars Get jewelry and- " '
Cigars in Drug Store
The drug .store of Emil Herman-
sky, Sixteenth and Vinton streets,
was entered by thieves during the
night who got a smaM., quantity of
jewelry and 'many .cigars. ' ' ,
. , ' N -
Judge Arthur at Home .
i After Long llss
Logan, la. Nov. 6. (Special.) De
cidedly improved. in health Judge Ar
thur returned from the Omaha hos-'
pital to Lojan last evening.
Indigestion Baul'fireath Hour fitomneh.
IfVou aiffnr Anvi nt tha ImVa a" rinan
I of Dr. King's' t3ew Life rills tonight. Only
35c. All drugglatl,--rAdvertl8ement.
MOTHER LOVE AIDS
SON IN TRENCHES
It Brings' Relief To Boy Stand-
' ing His Wo,tch Deep '
in Mild, i j v
- 1 . '
flNISH THEIR TASKS
Great Battle at End With Both1
.ar&es Claiming Victory
, at Polls Todaly.
FAIB WEATHEB PREDICTION
How to 'Vote
New York. Nov. 6. On the eve. nf
The- presidential selection general con
fidence in the result ofithe balloting
was' expressed in the amps .of the
rjl republican-and democratic forces.
Polit(cal workers had completed their
tasks, their leaders had ,issuedthe
usual final forecasts and nothing re
mained hut the work nf hrincrinir nut
Tonight the standard-bearers of the
leading parties remained quietly at
their homes, President Wilson ' at
Shadow Lawn! and Charles E. HunTies
at his hotel In "New York. Surrounded
only by immediate members of their
tannines the candidates plan to, re
ceive the returns in their homes. To
morrow Wilson will go to Princeton
to vote at the old fire engine house
near the Princeton campus. Mr.
Hughes will vote "m a laundry on
Forty-fourth street.' New York, near
his hotel headquarters.
, Fair Is Prediction. , .
The weather man has nromised
genetally fair weather and moderate
temperature in most parts of the toun
try for election day. ,
utticials to be elected follow:
President and vice president.
Thirty-three United States senators.
Four hundredand thlrtv-five mem.
bfjrs o,f the house of representatives. '
'-.'Thirty-five governors. . x
Legislators and other ,minorv representatives.
A number of states will vote on cer
tain amendments; chiefly of locar in
Six states, Michigan. Idaho. Mis
souri, Montana, Nebraska and South
Dakota, will vote On the prohibition
question, an issue that has loomed
large on the political horizon for some
years, past. The territory of Araska
aiosj hiii yuiu vu mis question. - in
Arizona an. amendment for the aboli
tion of capital punishment writ be trp
for popular . decision!
( Womans' Vote- Feature.
Woman's Dart in the presidential
election is one of the outstanding fea
tures. In one quarter of the forty
eight states women have the. vote
this year. The twelve states are Colo
rado, Wyony'ng Utah, Idaho, Wash
ington, lajiiorma, Arizona, uregon,',
Nevada, Montana and 'Illinois! The
women id the lastsix states, have the
vote for president this year for the
first time. The interest oolitical lead
ers take in this vote raft he annreri-
atcd when it is seen that the states
involved have niTiety-one electoral
Votes, a little mcfre than one-sixth of
he electoral college's total vote. '
Un woman. Miss leanette-Rankin
of Montana, is, running for .efmgress
in the. Republican party. - If she is
elected Montana' will be the, first state
m the nation to send a woman to con
gress.. Ihe progressives of the First
Colorado Congressional district also
(nominated a woman, Hattie Kt How-
ard but she has since withdraw,
- , '' i - i . -
'-. Animals Are Killed. y
"L'ogaft, la., Mov. 6. (Special)
Killing of. cattle op. the Mrs. K.'.E:
Webber farm, between Woodbine and
Logan is still a mystery. One steer
was shot in the head with a bullet:
another was shot with a shotgun just J
back of the foreleg, near the eaft.l
with a- bullet. , .
Some question Jias arisen as to how
to vote. It has ften learned that
some judges at the last election threw
Qui ballots which were Hlarked in the
straight party ticket squire, and then
Jnad some marks for the various can
didates.- Here n the law on this ques
"If you wish tcTVot straight ticket.
make a mark in the circle at the top
-of the ballot to "the left of the name
of your party, and your ballot will
men De counted for every-candidate
and as approval of oartv action on
any constitutional snmedrfient of that
party on the ballot, if you Wish to)
vote otnerwise than a straight ticket
make a cross in the square to the left
ot tne name of each person for whom
you wish to vote or for or against any
constitutional amendment: if v'ouwish
to vote a straight ticket with the ex
ception of certain offices or constitu
tional amendment place aro'ss,in the
circle af the' head of the ticket, for
wnicn you wish to note in the main,
and then place a cross in the- square
to the left of the candidates of the
other parries for whom yon wish to
vote, or m tne square to the left ot
the words" For" or "Against" in any
constitutional amendment. When twp
or more candidates of the same party
are to be voted for the sany office
(as two or more representatives) and
the voter wishes to vote for one or
more of ftis 'own party and one or
more of another party he, must make
a cross after each "candidate for whom
he wishes to vole for that off jce",
Squh Dakotans Wind
v Up Battle in Blaze
. r ' ' ' '
Sioux Falls, S, D Nov. 6 To
the music ctf bands and in the lielit of
flaming torches, street speakers and
theic caravans of both the republican
and democratic faith arc tonight ex-,
horting the voters. It is the biggest
demonstratibn in twenty years.. Re
publican.. headquarters tonight claims
the .state by 10.000 foe Hughes, but
the democrats assert Wilson will car
ry South Dakota by 8,000.
' killed In the Tmnehea. .
Berkley, Cn.1.. NoV. I. A Gerald Lesson,
husHknd of Adelaide Hsacnirf of the cttr, Il
lustrated, wae killed 'while fighting In tht
trenches In France, October, according to
word received here todsri I-eesen enlisted
with a Canadian regiment and has been In
WHO WINS ILLINOIS
, ' - Bad Couth f FeverM.? Orlppy?
Thpi ailments weaken your ytem; don't
wait. Uib Dr. Bell'a Ptne-Ter-HonAy. It
aUay Innamtnatlon, kllti terma. 1 5c. All
druggist a. AtlTertismet. , 1 f-
THE CELEBRATE) ' .
SPANISH VIOLINIST - '
, '. BARITONE , -
? " 'at "'" '
' ' ALL WEEK . ,
WeekaysV to 8,P: M .
Sundays': A to 2 and 8 to 8 P. M.
Bath' of these entertainers were
former Orpheum favorites and
were --well receivetP by eastern
critics. Tno -Tnanagement of
Hotel Loval will feature hich.
class entertainers' of national rep
utation during th&iommg months.
Feminine and Silent Vote Cause
' of orry to Political Man
agers in That State. ',
REPUBLICANS CLAIM STATE
Chicago, Nov. 6; Uoth republican
and democratic campaign managers
claimed Illinois by J 50.000 on the eve
of election tonight. After receiving
final reports from every county in the
state both Fred E. Sterling reuublican
atate - chairman, and Arthur W.
Charles, democratic state chairman,
announced the were more confident
than ever of siftceijs and they declined
to change, tlu-ir-figures given out last
The. campaign1,, which was marked
with apathy daring the, first tfeeks,
closed with a wave of eiuhusiasm
wjn'ch swept the state from end to
end in potli the republican and dtmo
cratic ranks. v
It is estimated there are 1,800,000
QUICK RELIEF FROM
Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets ,
. That is the joyful cry of thousands
since Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tab- '
lets, the substitute for calomel.
Dr.' Edwards, a practicing physician
for t vears and calomel's old-time en- -
otc-fs another element ,my. discovered theTbrmula for Olive
which is worrying-the -party manag- V,ble?s while Ueatmg ratients tor
i ii .i In .i t. T , chronic constipation sad torpid livers,
ers. In al the polls taken by party! r, . itj...j. nii ,m... j
contain calomel,' but a healing, sooth-
ing' vegetable laxative. -
No griping is the "keynote" of these -little
sugar-coated, olive-colored tablets.
They cause the bowels and liver to act
normally. They never force Jhem ip
,-If yon have a "dark brown mouth"
now and thenA-a bad br.eath-ra -dull,
tired feeling -sick headache torpid
liver and .are constipated, you'llt find
voters m Illinout of which anout 600.'
(K)O'are women, wlro will cast their',
first vote for presicent at tomorrow's
etectinn. ' Party leaders 'expect ihit
between 80 "and 90sper .cent of the;
registered vple wjll be cast.-Thc
woman's vofe is one f thee lements i
iq the election which is puzzriug the
political managers. Both the lepuh
lican and democratic tcaders claim
majority of this vote, which in etic
event ,of a close contest inay be a de-,
eitling tactor. N
The silent i
organizations at least 30 per "cent oi
the votters declined to say how they1
intend to vote. Both sides claim a
majority of this silent vote.v
Chicago, which has 408,119 voters
registered, 504,421 men and 303,698
womW is being watched' with appre
hension by parjy leaders, who admit
that the presidential , candidate who
carries the city by a'largep lurality
is almost certain to sween the state.
1 he republican managers claumChi- quick, sure and only pleasant results
cagocago by 55,000, while t,he demo from one or two little, Pr Edwards,'
cratic leaders expect to carry the cityj Olive Tablets At bedtime.
U.. 7Cl1lU TL. ' .. I ....... .1.1: 'I TU... I. - I
iiiuusiius uinv vim ii twu cvcij 1
night just to keep right. Try them,
10c and 25c per box. - All druggists.
by 7.UHH). The normal .republican
plurality in the state is between 75r
000 and 110,000. , ,
DEMONSf RATION '
Every Day This Week BISCUITS AND COFfEE
a 1 SERVED FREElt the Central. s ;
, ,, We ant you to xome' and bring your frirflls
and visit ouf entire store, and, especially to have -us
show yottthcmany superior features of this Farnous
Commerce Range. If you so desire, after thoroughly,
investigating, we will gladly place one in your home
on Thirty Days' Free Trial j
and, as usual, YOU MAKE YOUR OWN TERMS.
.We fiavVany kind of softwal heater, hard coal
x base burner or cast iron cook stove for any purpose
you desire a stove, in our mammoth stoye department
CENTRAL 17th andf Howard Streets,'
Once upon a time, " only s few
months after this terrible world war'
had begun, Private Bailey, 'a soldier,
in the ranks, had stood for days in the
trenches "somewhere' in France."
The cold rains soaked him ' to the
skin; fhe mud was deep. He had had
no rest. Weary and aching with rheu
matic pains, he recalled he feith his
mother had in Sloan's Liniment. lie
asked for it in his next letter home.
A -large bottle wag immediately sent
him and a few applications killed the
pain,' once more he was able to stand
the severe, exposure, -Hevshared this
wdnderfnl muscle-soother with his
comrades, and they all agreed it jvas
the greatest "reinforcement" that ad
ever come to tneir rescue. At your;
druggist, 25c, 50c and $1.00 a bottle.
The Greatest Time1 and
We' think of railroads, telephones, the" tale-
j i. graph'-and the wireless, but how about Want' Ads?
' Theyare in the same class. It used to be when
a man -wanted help he asked among his friends or;
put a sign in his window where Only a few people
.passtjd. Todajr he puts in a Want Ad and Tomor
row he has a dozen to choose from.- ; v
. Perhaps he has, furniture to S9II a Want Ad
-brings many buyers. " " . " '
, He hasa house to rent a' Want Ad rents ;t:
Or he may want to sell i a Want Ad will brjng
the buyer.to him. , .
They are a great convenience.
Let The Bee fill your wants.
- A competent ad-taker 'will help
your ad. ;'-;
: Phone Tyler 1000 Today
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. Excess Stock
OVER 100 PIANOS TO
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, Shipments Now in Transit. ; ' .
These big reductions are on flew Baby Grands,
Uprights and Player Pianos; also on a number of
used ones, fine standard makes, on sale at a mere
fraction of their real .wforth. ,
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"1 NEVER HAVE GOLDS"
Colds are unnecessary for the most part. Experienced singers
nd speakeri know that tolds can bt prevented by building up a
reserve of -health and vitality that wUl successfully mist colds.
Tha means, first of allipttin rid of)nstipa':on. Any physician
will tell youthat constipated persons' are extremely susceptible,'
not merely to colds but to Other diseases, infectious and otherwise.
Laxatives and cathartics cause more constipation than they cure, v
1 he more you take, the. more you wilCrequirp. , ' ,
Nujol relieveconstipation without forminla habit, -and without
upsetting, the normal processes of digestion? It acts in effect as .
an internal lubcjcant, preventing the .contents of the intestines
trom Ijecomingjiard, and so facilitating natural movements.
All druggists carry Nuiol which is manufactured only by the
Standard O.l Company (New Jeriey), Avoid substitutes. Write
today for booklet 'The Rational Treament of Constipation." '
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