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Brief City News
Pbattaam Wedding Vint. Kdholm.
Have Boot Print It Sow Beacon Prees,
Lift, tins' nxtana--Bart:eaa-arandett Co.
Fined for Speeding J. R. Walsh of
Council Bluffs (ot a suspended fins
of 15 ana costs when arraigned n po
lice court on a charge of sDeedlnc
Several other traffio offenders, were
Carey Cleaning- Co. Tel. Web. HI.
Sues Car Company Asking dam
aires to the amount ot 110.000 for In
juries said to have been suffered In
an accident on October 16. 1916, Ab
ble B. Cook ot Blair, Neb., has filed
. suit against the street railway com
pany with the clerk of the district
Wanted Experienced, successful
shoe salesman (none other considered)
1 for northern Nebraska territory. Write
(confidential) sketch of business
career, references, age. Information of
(n tmrti min MnMa.Nn.iniii Shn On
St Joseph, Mo.
' Gets Verdict Against Road A ver
dict of (250 was awarded Pedro Pe
res against the Rock Island railroad
district court late Saturday after
noon. The plaintiff sued for 116,
000 alleging; that he was physically
aisaniea wnen a oawy railroad gaso-
line engine ran over him while work
ing tor the company at Albright
Mrs. Harden Injured by Fall. Mrs.
.Lawrence Hayden of 3830 Cass street
received a Severe shock last Wednes
day morning by a fall while going to
me casement ot ner apartment. Mrs.
Hayden, thinking she was at the bot
tom of the stairs, walked off, missing
several steps, falling on the cement
floor, Injuring her head and cutting
her arm and spraining the ligaments
, in her right foot
1 'f a ii e . i .
icwiiwB innu au viqr-iiiinn
Austria and Canada these three
countries as well as fourteen states of
the union are represented In the fac
ulty of Brownell Hall, according to a
census just taken by one of the In.
struotorg, whose curiosity was aroused
by the statement published recently
regarding the extensive distribution of
Brownell's student body among the
various commonwealths. The pupils
registered In the school during the
three years just past have been drawn
from ten states and one foreign coun
try, so that their record is surpassed
by that of the faculty.
. Fine Fireplace Goods Sunderland.
Ben Welch Makes
Ben Welch has a farm. When he
tells his auditors about it they laugh.
Ben Welch buys a lunch for a lady
and how he makes the purchase
mattes ine auoiencc , roar. Den
Welrh had a trmnnlno-ti and aeveral
1 .L. I! Tl
of his listeners grow hysterical from
That was the order of events last
night when Ben and his show staged
their opening performance at the
Oayety theater. His scintillating com
edy kept things moving all thevwhile.
He : has a supporting company of
clever comedians . and a gingery
chorus that can sing and dance. But
. Ben himself is the laugh dynamo of
the whole works. 1
Vic Casmore, Frank Murphy, Pat
Kearney, Billy Wild and bid Uold are
the male supporters of their chief, and
they are good. Sid Gold is a clever
dancer and a fair singer. With Doro
thy Lurtis, a sprite of a woman, he
stages some dancing specialties which
completely win the audience. ' Flor
ence Rother and Freda Florence are
the misleading ladies in the skit, and
each properly fills some beautiful
The costuming of the chorus is
unique and elaborate. Rich materials
of striking color and harmony distin
guish their raiment from the ordinary
attire cjf the show girl troupe.
Ak-Sar-Ben Leader Now
Can Walk Without Crutches
',. D. Beaton, member of the Board
of Governors of Ak-Sar-Ben, is just
convalescent trom his Ak-Sar-Ben
accident when the horse he was rid
ing in the electrical parade slipped
and fell upon him. He is now able to
walk without the aid of crutches.
The plaster cast will be taken from
his injured knee in a few days.
New Naval Recruiting f
Stations in Nebraska
Scarcity of army recruits has led
Uncle Sam to open, a number of new
naval recruiting stations in Nebraska
and Iowa, which will be under con
trol of the Omaha station. Th new
(Nebraska posts will be located at
.Norfolk, Grand Island, North Platte
anrl Allianr ivhil th Iron r,ffiia
will be at Creston, Carroll, Fort
Dodge, Marshalltown and Spencer.
Concerts Will Be Given '
For Associated Charities
Beutah Dale Turner will sing at the
Auditorium Sunday, November 19, in
connection with the band concert to
be given by the postoffice band. The
concert is the first of six which will
be held for the benefit of the Associ
ated Charities. An admission of 10
cents will be charged. The band is
donating its service and the Audi
torium has been secured gratis.
Sneak Steals Diamonds:
Leaves' Much Silverware
A sneak thief who entered the
home. of Miss Octavia Hill, 602 South
Forty-first street, Friday, took only
a pair of diamond earrings, worth
about $200. He passed up nearly $500
worth of silverware, which was in
the same drawer with the ornaments.
Novelty in Samoan ' j -Cloth
on Display Here
A piece of cloth, seven by nine feet
and made out of mullberry wood, is
on display at the naval recruiting sta
tion' bv Chief Yeoman G. Stoner. The
goods is valued at $150 and was se
cured by Mr. Stoner while on a cruise
Man Who Established .
Divorce in France Dies
' Paris, Nov. 12. Alfred Joseph
Nanquet, a noted French chemist and
politician, through whose efforts di
vorce was established in France in
1884, is dead.
Found a Quick Cure for Croup.
. When a child has croup no time
should be lost, and the remedy that
will give the quickest relief and is
pleasant and sale to take is the most
desirable. Mrs. S. Cartwright, Col
lingsville, 111., says, "When my child
was small he was subject to croup. I
found that Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy gave the quickest relief and that
' he never objected to taking it." adv. ,
UPON BOTH. FRONTS
No Great Change in the Posi
, tion of Opposing Armies
' Reported, However.
BRITISH TAKE 1,000 YARDS
London, Nov. 12. Violent fighting
is again in progress at various points
on eastern and western fronts, but no
great change in the positions-of the
opposing armies has yet
General Haiff's men. in an attai-k
on the Thiepval-Courcelette area,
London relates, has taken 1000 varrla
of the Regina trench: The other por-
uuii ui im ircncn was taken uctooer
ft. Berlin says that'only a small por
tion -oi an aavancea trench was en
Crown Prince Rupprecht failed in
an attacks against the French lines in
the neighborhood of Denicourt, south
of' the Somme, Paris records. Berlin
states that a French attack in the
Sailly-Saillisel sector was repulsed. In
aerial combats on the west front the
Germans brought down ten ertente
airplanes, and the French put five Ger
man iiiainmca uui oi action.
, Trenches Recaptured.
Petrograd says that parts of
trenches near Skrobowa, northeast of
Baranovichi, taken by the Germans,
but Berlin asserts that ail attacks in
that sector were repulsed.
On the Narayuvka front the Ger
mans entered a Russian nnaitinn. Rer.
lin claims, and held it against five
counter attacks. Petrograd, however,
says that German attacks in this
region were repulsed. :
The Russian v and Roumanian ad.
vance in Dobrudja toward the Tcher-navoda-Constanza
railway line con
tinues. Petrograd reports the occupa
tion oi two more towns ninno- the
Danube between Hirsova and Tcher-
navoda. A belated official report from
Sofia admits entente sucreaaea. hut
Ti- . .
pernn continues to report no change
in the area under Field Marshal von
Mackensen'a control. Unofficially it
is reported von ftiacnensen nas been
driven back to the railway line. -
Berlin Records Advance.
Both the Austro-Germans and Rmi-
manians claim successes alnno- the
i ransyivaman - Roumanian trontier.
South of Predeal, Berlin records an
advance for Archduke Charles, while
Bucharest claims the- capture of a
trench near Dragoslavle and of Mount
rrunzue, on me lett bank ot the Alt
river.- . , , - . i ... .
. Official rennrta inrliraf a rn..,..1
ot activity on the Macedonian, front
nortn ot tne Kiver lerna. In the
region south of Polog, Berlin 'says, the
entente troops have gained some
ground, txcept tor a small Italian
advance on the Canso. there has been
no activity of moment on the Austro-
Germans Will Give Play
For Central Power Allies
The employes of the Omaha Dailv
Tribune will aive a four-act German
comedy at the German Home at 3:30
this afternoon for the benefit-of the
German and Austro-Hungarian Red
Cross. The play will be "Sie Weis
Etwas." a standard German comedv.
by Rudolf' Kneisel. The management
of the play is in the hands-ofErnest
faculty, city editor of th Tribune,
and the various parts of the play will
be given by representatives of its
sun. ine cnaracters win oe:
Hana Moller, Oekonomlerat
Rota, alna frau Frnu Marsaret Peter
Wall)-, Roaa'i Nlchte Frl. Frieda Reeee
Dr. Wllllbais KauulaB Naturforaher
Martha, aalna frau. Hollar's Nlehte.. . i .
'. Frl. Hatha Palkmaa
Lydla Helmbaek, Solotanaerln an alner
Hofbuhn. frl. Maraareta Kinder
Alexander von Zornech. . . .Frlti Haubeneeck
Albart Dattmann. Baamtar Frlta Rieth
Babeurre, Lohndtener ....Anton GutchearekJ
Malchen, Marthaa Dlenatmadchen
an. isiaa Keeee
The Earnest Reese orchestra will
give a number of classical pieces dur
ing intermissions. The play is given
under the auspices of the German
American alliance. -
Story-Teller for- Children
V "At the Brandeis Stores
Children who love to listen to their
elders telling stories will undoubtedly
tease their doting parents to bring
them to the Brandeis stores every day
in the next two weeks, when Miss
Cora Morris, fashioner of fairv fic
tion, will tell tales of wonder.
Miss Morris is here for two weeks
and tells stories every afternoon from
2:15 to 3:15 and 4 to 5 and on Satur
days at 10:0 and 3:30. She sits in a
big armchair in a cozy room alongside
of the story-telling fireplace, looking
like sv fairy godmother in disguise.
She Has the piercing eyes a fairy
godmather is supposed to have, the
chin that all good fairies have, and a
very pleasing smile. She wears a dif
ferent dress every day, according to
the stories she is going to relate.
She has an Indian dress and a Japa
nese dress; a Norwegian costume, a
Holland dress and for Christmas
stories she wears a Mrs. Santa C aus
costume, which the kiddies love best
of all .
Herman B. Patera hat tone to Grand
Inland to help hte mother celebrate her
Qaorge W. Preeton of The Bee haa aone
to the Platte with alentr ot aalt to- put on
the tail o( the teatlva dueka.
Newton Medlock, banker ot Sidney, Neb..
will be In Omaha thia week to drive hie
new eloaed oar back with him.
Oena Meladr and Fred Burllnalm have
returned from St. Paul, where they went
Friday to aae the Clllon-Olbbena flfht.
Bandy Orlawold. who haa been eonflnnd
to hla bed for aome time, waa moved from
the hoepltal ta hla auartera In the Fon
teaeilo hotel Friday.
Attorney John f Stout aad Mra atm,.
have aone to Hot Sorlnao. V . for a eiv
of eeveral weeks. Before their return they
n,u run in waaninsion.
Joe McDonald, city aarbaee Inanector. he
returned from Wheellnt. W. Va.. .where he
went aeverai weeaa ago to attend the fu
neral of hla mother, who died there.
ft W. Brandon of Kemarer Wvn n.n
ot eeyaral aewabapena, waa In Omaha yea
terday en route to Cuba. He haa dlepoai-d
of hla Wyomlnf paper and ha with Mr.
siauuuu wna to iravti ourns the winter.
Cold Wav la Montana.
Bllltnea.,. Mont., Nov. 1 A Ml,
enveloped aaatem Montana yeaterday. and
una mvrnina aero weatnar waa eiperlenced
for the flrat time thia fall, th m.-n...
elandlnf at I below at t a, m. A lliht mow
covora the around.
War I'paa Pale. 1 ...
Sloan'a Liniment enneM vnt, a ......
omersency. Keep It bandy et'e the treateet
pain aiuer ever aiacovered., At all drus
THE BEE: OMAHA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER
HERE'S FIRST WOMAN EVER
ELECTED TO CONGRESS.
i MISS JEANETTE RANKlk
When the next congress convenes
n Washington a woman will take her
place as a member of the house of
representatives, the first ' woman
"congressman" in the history of the
nation. Her name is Missi Jeannette
Kankin. ane is a republican and will
represent a Montana district. Her
home is in Missoula. Miss Rankin is
prominent in equal suffrage work,
and circles of Omaha suffragists re
member the hew - solonette-to-be as
she not long ago addressed the mem
bers of the local suffrage society.
WOMEN WILL USE'
Architeot Latenser Says New
Club Building Should Fulfill
SKETCHES ARE NOW READY
Architect Tohn Latenser. for the
Omaha Athletic club, now has six
teen different plans and sketches for
the proposed new building for the
club, and will submit them to the
broad of. directors at a' meeting ex
pected be called Tuesday of this
Mr. Latenser probably will not
recommend that there be a running
track in the building. He will recom
mend tnat tne pool oe on tne third
or fourth floor. After visits to the
Detroit, : Milwaukee, Chicago, St.
Louis and Minneapolis clubs, he savs
the pools are the chief luxuries of
Athletic clubs. i ,
Mr. Latenser. George Brandeis and
other officers of the club, expect a
large part of the revenue for running
expenses to be contributed by women,
members of the club, and . wives of
members. - ,
Women are expected to use the
pool in large numbers. Frank Laten
ser, son of the architect, visited the
Minneapolis club last week, and said
that on woman's day in the pool, more
than 100 women' were in swimming.
There probably will be two woman's
days a week here. , v
U. S. Firm to Buy Pearson
: ' Oil Holdings in Mexico
Laredo, ' Tex., Nov. 12. Mexico
City newspapers reaching the border
tonight contain statement) that the
Gulf Oil company, an American cor
poration will purchase the Mexican
oil properties of Sir Weetman Pear
son (Lord Cowdray) of England. The
consideration, the papers state, win
aDnroximate about $100,000,000.
The Pearson interests control large
oil holdings in Tehuantepec and
Tampico, as well as being largely in
terested in the National Railroad of
Mexico and in improvement concerns
at the ports ot Vera Cruz, Puerto
Mexico and sauna ltuz.
will be easily relieved by taking
a spoontul ot
after each meal. It fortifies
the throat and chest while
it enriches the blood to
help avoid grippe, bron
chitis and even pneu
monia. a)cott is well
worth insisting upon. .
Scottftsown. Bloomadd, N.J. Url4
ACUTE AND CHRONIC
Th XMt MUM of rheumatism li qo
known, though tt U enrUy belfevod to
be due to an exon of u rto told In the blood.
It may be also Mid with equal troth thai no
remedy bat been found which li aipeoifla
in all eaiee. In faot the literature of rheu
matlsm ihowa that there are but few druci
which heve not been given trial. In the
bandi of one observer we find that a certain
drag haa been need with the atmoeteaut
(action; o the re have found the tame remedy
to be a great disappointment. All pbyif
olans however agree that every method of
treatment ! aided by the administration of
some remedy to relieve the pain and quiet
the nervous system and Dr. W. B. Bchultie
expresses the opinion of thousands of prac
titioners when be says that anu-kamala
tablets should be given preference over all
other remedies for the relief ot the pain in
all forms of rheumatism. These tablets can
be purchased in any quantity. They arc
also unsurpassed In headaches, neuralgias
andaUpalA. for Tablet.
x - j,
Foui new library tabta. hava bn re.
cently received and placed In the library to
relievo the 'crowded condition - at study
DeXn fltOOstdallta. Pfftf. WlltMII. Vm. ItUMtll..
Mlaa Prnaer and Prof, Olmo reprantd
the Normal at th North wat Nbraaka
Teachera' aaaoelatlon at Ruaiivme laat Bat'
erday, where they all had papers on subject
In their respective lines.
At the meeting of the eophomore rlnsa
meae orncere were elected: rreeiaent, viae
Meckey; vice president, Oertrude raising;
secretary-treasurer, Airrea in ham: sergeant
at -arms, Jerome Gillette. Prof, Hagls Is
sponsor tor ttie class.
Offioers elected at the Northwest Ne
braska Teachers' sorlatlon last week are:
Freemen t. superintendent Henderson
AlnrwoHh: vice president. Superintendent
Flndley or Qordon; eecreUry, Miss McAn
drews, principal of the Crawford High
scnooi: treasurer, rror. K, r. wiinon. ennd
ron State Normal Bunerlntendent A. O.
Thomas waa present at the meeting and
gave an aaareas in nis veuai inspiring man
ner. The Rushvltla Commerelal elub aave i
dinner on Saturday evening. . which was
served by the Mothers club ot Rushvllle,
Miss Helen Bllsh gave the talk to the
Toung women's Christian association at the
last meeting. Plans for the basar are being
made. This will be held on December t for
the purpose of securing funds to assist In
defraying the expenses ot the delegates to
ivstes ram next summer.
The regular meeting of the Literary- and
Debating society was held In the chapel Frl
day evening, at which an Interesting pro
gram of songs, literary numbers and a debate-
The senior class entertained the Juniors at
a 'ipperary-naiiowe'en party on ctaiuraay
evening at the Normal building, which con
sisted of a tour through the Emerald Isle,
including trip to Blarney castle and Kll
larney. Decorations in clasa colors and the
spirit of Hallowe'en In the evening's enter
talnmenti gave much pleasure to the guests.
President BUIott waa a guest of the teach
ers or Boons Bluff county vast Saturday
when he addressed them at their associa
tion. He reDorta the best of feellnar ore-
vailing toward the Normal at Scottsbluff
and points along the way. A great many
students have signlflfted their Intention ot
coming to Chadron to complete their work.
Prof. Boatder accompanied President Rlttott.
Hastings College Notes, J 1
Rev. Frank Humphrey, olasa of 'II. Is
now pastor of the Presbyterian church at
Ong and paid the college a pleasant call.
sirs. ur. Bean or tne city, lea tne roans
Women's Christian association In a very In
teresting study of Missions, laat week. The
Toung Women's Christian association of the
college Is now planning to raise funds for
the purchase of a new piano for Its head
quarters. The Christian association will observe the
week of prayer beginning Sunday. Novem
ber It, and extending through the week.
a numner rrom tne ooiiese are tuts week
attending the Student Volunteer conference
which Is meeting at Cotner university. Some
who were engaged In the Doane game en
Friday, went direct to Llnooln to attend the
conference over Sabbath. 1
resident Crone and Prof. Cunningham
attended the State Teachers' association
laat week. Prof. Cunntnaham nraaentert e.
paper before the German ssetlon. President
urone was secretary of the college section.
He was elected president tor the coming
Prof, unruh. who has hesn 111 with tvntiMijt
fever, is now recuoerstlntr a tilt rt.nif.iv
He Is spending a few weeks with his brother
at Henderson, Neb , and will be ready for
vvm uj mo iirst oi me monia.
'ine new dormitory and domMtin Min
house la now occupied. It Is splendidly fln-
nja mo wait lumisnea ana in charge of
Miss Homaday of the domestic science da.
part men t. The srlrla -will keen hnuu thrk.
occupying rooms In the building also. .
it. j. u. Firmer, vice president of the
college, la now la the east In the Interest
of the Institution.
ev. JSlllott. a missionary In V ml M1r.
at chapel last Friday, giving a vivid
description of the Mexican situation.
. ' Doaae College. '
President Allen. Profs. Bennett a,ni nrl. 1
son attended the State Teaohera' association j
a.jBi.uisj in uraana.
The VOUns1 women t flavlnpA halt
adopted eel f -government, ft Is the form '
generally used In oollsges, and slightly dlf-1
ferent from the one that has been In use I
at Gay lord for ten years. 1
nnDunceineni ot me marriage ot
Esther F. Stephens, '11, to Allen A. Gordon
of Nampa, Idaho, haa been received. The
groom Is an orchsrdtst: ' " " '
The Beltevue-Doane foot ball game will
be played Friday, November 14, and the an
nua) foot ball hajiauiat will ha. ian ...
same evening. This la the home-coming day
for rrads and former students.
The Men' Gleo club has been Invited to
participate In the community singing at the
Auditorium In Lincoln, Saturday, November
it, anils preparing program.
The Faculty Women's club met with Mrs.
George Aller Saturday, The pledge to the
with the new
college ror the year was paid witn tne assist
ance ot a generous check from Mrs. W. O.
(tread Island College.
Prof. n. F. Starr and Rltsabeth Halt were
the delegates from Grand Island college to
the State Teachers' association at Omaha.
Thursday morning President Taft an
nounced to the atudent body that he would
cloaa his presidential term of three year at
noon of that day and that following the
noon nour i?r. b, r. joraen would become
the president ef the Institution.
I There was a meeting of the executive
committee at the Toung Men's Christian as
sociation Wednesday evening. Several of
the out-of-town trustees were present,
namely. C. P. Sheaff ot Hastings, Messrs.
h. L, Brandt and Charles Frlsch of Glenvll
and Rev, John I Barton of Stromehurg,
C. H. Llndburg of Polk. L. t,. Brandt of
Glenvll and Mr. Sim of Phillip were
visitors at the college during the laat week!
Miss Lula Benjamin, formerly a member
ot the class of 1117, was compelled to give
up school about two years ago on account
of slcknese. Since that time she has suf
fered much, and has had a good many
operations. For a time It was .hoped that
she would become better, but she passed
away at the General hospital Thursday
A short concert was rendered at ehapel
time Monday by the Gtrls Glee club, under
the direction of I)r. House. An additional
number on the budget entertainment oourae
will be an evening concert by the club.
Rev. Mr. Beibert of Humboldt was in Peru
last week and assisted the Lutheran stu
dents In forming an organisation to hold
service her. About thirty students of the
Normal signified their desire U) attend these
A part of the extension work of tha Nor
mal this year has been the organisation ot
Rural Life clubs. The last one to be or
ganised wa In Douglas county. Prof. Brown
assisted In the organisation .and addressed
the club at Its first meeting.
Peru Toung Men's Christian association
sent five delegates to the Student Voluntser
conference at Bethany last week.
Students and faculty enjoyed a vacation
from Wednesday until Tuesday for the State
TeaoheiV association meeting. Over 100
went to Omaha In a special car Wednesday
afternoon, A special train waa run to Lln
ooln also to accommodate students who
wished to spend thswacatlon In their homes.
Nebraska Wesleyma University
Dean Mc Proud, Prof. Bishop. Profj Ken
dall and Chancellor Fulmer have been In at
tendance at the Nebraska State Teachers
association at Omaha this weak.
At the regular meeting ot the Physios
elub Wednesday svenlng Mr, Waddetl gave
a review of recent methods ef locating for
eign bodies In the flesh and Mis Alma
Whit gave a demonstration en th us of
the electric oooker.
Elaborate plans are being made for home
coming day, Friday, November 14. In the
morning will ocour the annual senior break
fast, which will be followed by senior
recognition exercises at the convocation
hour. Following this will be a urogram
of short addresses by visiting alumni, and
luncheon served bv the local alumni
ohapter. The Home Coming day foot ball
gam with Kansas Wesleyan will be the big
attraction of the afternoon and th annual
root bail banquet will be served In the v
nlng. , - - t
' York College. -
V. P. Lovell and Lao Fate of Union aal.
leg addressed th student at chapel on
Monday morning In the Intereat of the Stu
dent Volunteer aonventlon at Cotner uni
Mlas Zula Johns. 'II. of Cowlea. Neb,, was
a college visitor Friday.
A a result or the Kearnev Normal sratna.
Tork Is still not scored against and Is wall
on In the raoe tor the state championship.
swiaigr s. omnaeii explained to tne
student Tuesday morning the laws In re
gard to qualifications for voting In this
Prof. J. d Uora-an aneka at th WnaittU
Gem ohurch last Sundary. . -
error, bub wen ana uiss Roaenbar a.
tending the Stat Teaohera' aaaoolKtlan at
. Of Russ Dreadnaught
Berlin, Nov. 12. (By Wireless to
Say villa.) Confirmation of. the des
truction of the Russian dreadnaught
imperatntsa Maria is given in an of
ficial report from Bulgarian head
quarters dated November 10, accord
ing to the Overseas News agency.
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Austrian Laborer Drops in
Fusillade of Bullets Fired ,
by Djuro Zlatich.
RESULT OF OTHER CRIME
A second fatal shooting affray with
in a month at 1214 South Thirteenth
street, occurred last night when Mike
Hynock, Austrian laborer, dropped
before a fusillade of bullets fired by
Djuro Zlatich, a countryman. He
was taken to St. Joseph's hospital,
where surgeons declare he cannot
live. One bullet punctured the ab
domen and shattered his spine.
A month ago, Mike Obradovitch
shot and killed Joe Obradovitch, a
lodger at the Thirteenth street house.
The Obradovitchs, had- been lifelong
friends, but were not related, in spite
of the similarity of names. The
shooting last night is supposed to be
an outgrowth of the other affair.
Hynock could not talk, and Mike
Miller, the only witness, said, he saw
the shots fired, but did not know
the reason. v
He is being held at headquarters as
a state witness.
Police say that Zlatich and Hynock
had been quarrelling for several days,
and that their differences culminated
last night with the shooting. Hynock
was unarmed, and apparently not ex
pecting the attack.
Elect Full Ticket
Indianapolis, Nov. - 12. Complete,
but unofficial, returns from the
3,143 precincts in Indiana give
Charles . E. Hughes a plurality of
7,294 votes, Hughes receiving 340,882
and President Wilton 335,388,
The republicans re-elected their
full state ticket, James P. Goodrich,
for governor leading; with 13,629
votes to spare over J. A. Adair.
Harry S. New, who will succeed John
W. Kern in the United States senate,
has a plurality of 11.721. James E.
Watson, who defeated Thomas Tag
gart for the short term in the senate,
received a plurality of 11.425.
rieadl ta HnrSer.
' Saline. Kan.. Nor. II. Ror Turner, who
waa arreated: lit Denver thia week, pleased.
sullty. In th. aietrlct Mart at smewarta w
dey. to the murder of B. af. Buahona at
Wllaon,' Bllaworth county, laat week, so
eordlnr to Information a.r. Turner killed
Buahons with an aa In tha preeene. of
aire. Buahons and h.r two children.
, Grand PriPtMm
I SeireVed ht ens ssfinits. Get cstiiuU
fl mentary can of Kotidcai's from your
It drusiiM, Or buv a cant tuba, irk
II ooeint to you tl worth WatxKl In )l(fy,
II you can set your 25 centa back from th.
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EASY TO DARKEN
YOUR GRAY HAIR
Try This I Brush Sag Tea and Sul
phur Compound through your hair,
taking on strand at a time.
When you darken your hair with
Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can
tell, because it's d6ne so naturally, so
evenly. Preparing . this mixture,
though, at home is mussy and trou
blesome. For 50 cents you can buy
at any drug store the resdy-to-use
preparation, improved by the addition 1
of other ingredients, tailed "Wyeth'a
Sage and Sulphur Compound." Yon
just dampen a sponge or soft brush
with it and draw this through youv
hair, taking one small strand at a
time. By morning all gray hair dis
appears, and, after another application
or two, your hair becomes beautifully
darkened, glossy and luxuriant.
Gray, faded hair, though no dis
grace, is a sign of old age. and as we
all .desire a youthful and attractive
appearance, get busy at once with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound
and look years younger. This ready
to-ute preparation is a delightful toilet
requisite and not a medicine. It is
not intended for the cure, mitigation
or prevention of disease.
Evary Kind Trie. V.ry Law
Ovsr five hundred machine to 1
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imacf iron. ' Anfc appuea on
Central Typewriter i
1805 Faraaaa St,
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will brlnr nw Ufa and quickly rallcvfj that
topped -up Miitrated feeim. Thny will
thorouhly eleanta and waah ant tha kid
nayi and bladdar and (antly earry off tha
IB tffaota of uomim of all kinda. Th
haallntr, aoothlm oil aoaka right Into th
walla and lining of th ktdnaya. and ipl
tha polaon In your ayatam. Kaap your kid.
nayi In food ahapa by dally uae of OOL.D
HE DAL Haarlam oil Cftpaalo and you will
hava good haaith. Oo to your drugglat at
ona and aoear a paokag of thia tlmhon
rd, world-wtda ramody. It la not a "patent
msdleln' It ta pa id upon by V. m. gov
rnment enamlsM and daeiarod pur betor
emtng lato thia country. OOLO MEDAL
la tho pure, original Haarlam Oil. imported
direct from th anelant laboratorlaa In Hol
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Remedy of th aturdy Dutoh. Look for
the nam OOLD MEDAL on every bo. Ac
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