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-THE BEE: OMAHA, WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 31, 1917.
ATTEMPT TO ROB TWO
Loose Change and Stamps Are
Taken, but No Effort Made
to Open the Safes. '
TWO SALOONS ATTACKED
r.ranH UlaArl Mh Tan ' W fSnr.
c;al Telegram.) Five robberies took
place at Glcnvillc, Clay county, early
this morning, evidently ttfe work of
novices, and little or no booty was
he FarmersState bank, George
Flcssner, president, and the Bank of
. Glcnvillc, Annoj Uden, president, were
entered, the heavy plate glass doors
being smashed. The safes irt neither
were blown, nor was there any effort
apparently to use dynamite. Nothing
but a few pennies was secured.
The grocery store of Mr. Crone;
- walil was entered, but nothing of ma
terial value was taken. The saloons
of Jake Okenja and John Boennfeldt
were ransacked and a good deal of
damage was done, the rampaging hav
ing some similarity terCarric Nation
raids. i - - . , I .
The only clue to the robbers is
evidance ,of considerable blopd,' pre
sumably, the result of an .injured'
hand, as the hinges were taken off the
door of, one of the saloons.
A telegram has been received at
the sheriff's office asking the local
authorities to be on the lookout for
three yeggmen who early Tuesday
morning robbed the Bank o Glen
ville and the Farmers' State bank at
Glenville. Rewards of 100 each are
offered for the arrest of the robbers.
The telegram did not state how much
the yeggmen got. It is believed that
one of the robbers was seriously cut
about the hands with' glass when the
trio made their getaway.
Broken Bow Public Service
' Club Does Good Work,
; Broken Bow, Neb., Jan. 30. (Spe
cial.) The. Public Service club of this
city has submitted its annual report
and elected officers for the coming
year, v The report shows that the, club
has done excellent work along the line
1 of municipal improvement during the
last year and it was mainly due to its
' efforts that the $2f.OOO railroad sta
tion was put in. The names of the
officers elected-follow. Alpha Mor
gan, presiMcnt; N. T. Gadd.svice presi
dent; E. P. Walter, secretary; L. D.
George, assistant secretary. The board
' of directors comprises Alpha Morgan,
N. T. Gadd, A. E. Anderson, A. H.
Souders, J. F. 'Molyneaux, N. Dwight
Ford. ,M. Eddy, J. C. Lomax, J. G.
VanCott, E. R. Purcell, A. Hum
phrey, r '
Farm House Burns Soon
After Insurance Lapses
' Fremont, Veb., Jan. 1). (Special)
Awakened ly smoke that filled the
room in which he slept, on. his farm
a! mile east of Fremont, Ed Panncr
1 Un-.1 tima anftMCrh tf imh ll'tS
imu uaittj .iitiv v"v&" o t
clothes ' and run from Jthe building.
When he got outside, he found that
" the roof of the house was afire. He
telephoned to the FrVmoht fire de
partment from a neighbor's, but fire
men who answered thc call arrived
' too late to be of "assistance. The
building and all the furniture were
destroyed. The loss is complete,' as
,i t,n i i wii -a i,-
ance policy to lapse a few -days ago.
Mr. Banner is a bachelor and lives
alone on the farm. '
Sues Telegraph Company . ''
For Delay of Message
Beatrice, Neb., Jan. 30. (Special.)
Edwin E. Piper yesterday filed suit
in the district court against the West
ern Union Telegraph company for
$1,900 damages for the alleged negli
gence of said company Jor delivering
a message to him at Iowa City, la.
In his petition he alleges that a mes
sage was sent to him on March 18,
191,6, stating that his mother was dy
. ing in Beatrice, and that it was not
'delivered to him until'two days later.
'He states that he was later called by
phone and that he was unable to reach
Beatrice by automobile and train be
fore his mother, Mrs. Piper, dieifc
Arlington Woman Hangs
Self in. Norfolk Hospital
Norfolk,' Neb., Jan. 30. Using the
very apparatus with which she
had been tied to preventjier from vio
lence on herself, Laura Colby, 37
years old, hanged herself in her room
at the hospital for the insane here
Monday, according to a report of the
officials sent to the StateBoard of
Control today. Her body was found
by attendants. Her home was for-
merly at Arlington, Neb.
Since ehe became an inmate at the
hospital in 1914, she had shown ten
dencies to take her own life and the
authorities took precautions to pre
vent such an act.. . ' ,
Will Prospect for Oil . -
In Manniiflo iiiniti!
tiii ii5iiavvia fiuiiiij
'I'lattsnioutli, Neb., Jan. 30. (Spe
cial.) Notwithstanding the amount of
money and time spent in the sinking
of the "prospect hole" for oil last
winter, and not finding anything, an
other move is on foot for the develop
ing of a new field adjacent to the one
where the drilling was. done a year
ago. -A. if. Senz of the Carter Oil
company is now promoting the devel
opment.' Nearly all the owners, in a
district embracing 12,000 acres, near
Nchawka, have signed leases. As soon
as the entire tract is- leased drilling
will begin. '
SCOTIA, NEB., ON THE MAP
We read and hear of many hospi
tals and operatipns that are being
performed in large cities, but the lit
tle town of Scotia, Neb., can certainly
feel proud of the many serious and
complicated operations that are being
successfully performed daily by Dr.
Chas. W. Weekes. Although his hos
pital is crowded to its fullest capacity,
rooms for several patients have been
arranged at the buildirig where he
has his office, and patients are doing
nicely. The record of Qr. Weekes'
successful-work in the last few years
of surgery is a record that the people
of Scotin and community may well be
' proud of. Advertisement
S. P. 11$ Benn-Ht, Douglas Prohibits bar
beting on Sunday. .
8. F. 164, Sawyer and Oberlles (by re
quest) Mrkea municipalities part of drain
age districts. It within five miles of stream.
S..V. 155; Oberllea. lancaster Repeals law
against killing squirrels.
8. V, 166, Obelles, Lancaster fcstabltshes
a minimum wage for female workers.
S. F. 157, oberlles,. lancaater Reoulres
phyoiclans to report to Board ef Health all
rases of venereal disease.
S. F. 1 58, Morlarty, Douglas Require
counties to pay premium on the bonds of
.county officers and deputies.
8. F. HI. Albert. Platte Covers fees of
clerk of district court.
Si F. 160, Albert (by request at Edgar
Howard) Fixes a maximum charge of 35
cents far telephone messages within the
8. F. 1 61. v Albert, Platte Flies the fees
mt the members of the town board and fees
of the clerk. Salary.
S. F. 162, Neal, Nemaha- Flies times of
payment of assessment paying.
8. F. 13, Bamuelnon, N'uckols Provides
that In counties under township organisa
tion, townships nil all have no power to levy
taxes on property of a city or village.
a F. 184, Samuelnon and 8oost Provides
for a. Hen on the .property ofa lessee for
. V. 166. Morlarty, Douglas Provides
that clerks of the district court shall re
port all' moneys received in tho naturaliza
tions of aliens as fees In other cases.
8. F. H6, Lahncro, Thayer provide, for
a method in which nfembers off tho National
Guard may vote outsidethe state.
8. F. 167; McMullen. frt a!. Provides for
tho settlement by the state auditor with
counties for the amount1 due for the main
tenance of Insane patients,
S. F. 16R, Sawyer, Lancaster (by request)
Kmpowers the county superintendent with
discretionary power to attach or detach
from any purely farming lands contiguous
to any city or village upon the petition by
alt of the owners of said lands,
8. F, U9, Adams, Dawea Requires cor
porations operating railways to pay damages
on account of fires.
8. F. l'fl. Adams'of Daweo Make rail
way companies liable for live stock Injured
or kilted while both sides of track or right-of-way
is not fencad. N
8. F. 171, Adams, Dawes Prescribes rate
for live slock trains.
S. F. 172, Adama, Dawes Provides for the
appointment of a temporary Justice ot the
peace by the regular Justices during ab
S. F. 173, Adams. Dawes Prescribes the
amount of bond which can.be voted in
school districts. - 0k"
8. F. 174, Sawyer. Lancaster Olves au
thority to city or village clerk to administer
oats and receive samo fee aa notary pumlc.
8. F. 176, Sawyer, Iati caster Making the
certificate of an officer administering an
oath evidence that same was duly made.
8. F. 176 Puts the golden, and bald
headed eagle In the protected class.
B. F. 177, Bushee, Kimball Requires the
plugging of oil In gas wells to prevent
S. F. 178, Morlarty, Douglas Providea for
the appointment f a messenger by the
county attorney of Douglas county, at a
salary of 1125 a month.
,8. F. 179, Morlarty, Douglas Raises the
salary's of- county assessors In Lancaster
county from $1,800 to $2,600, and In Doug-
Ian county from iz.fno to 4,000,
8. F. lSOSandali, York Raises the salary
stenographers o ojerks of the supreme
fepurt, $1,000 to 11, SAO, per year.
8. yF. 181, Sandall, York Increases the
ternr of county Judges from two to four
8. F. 182, Sandall of York Relates to how
stenographers shall be paid provided
salaries are raised, provided for In S. F. 181.
S. F. 184, Tanner of Douglas Provides
for a pension equal to one-half of his salary
at Itme of retirement for members of the
Omaha police force.
8. F. 184, Tanner of Douglas For greater
protection ot game birds and animals.
8. F. 185, Chappell of Krhy Author
izes charitable corporations authorized under
laws of Nebraska to acf as guardian of
8. F. 188, McAllister of Antelope Puts
the compensation of overseers of road dis
tricts In such sum as the county board shall
8. F. 187, MeAlllster Of Antelope Author
izes and empowers railroad corporations to
condemn real estate adjacent to right-of-way
for the DurooBe of removing obstruc-
Ltlons to the view ot trains approaching cross-
8. F. 188, McAllister of Antelope Au
thorises railway conductors to arrest any
person violating the law.
8. F. JSfc Chappell of Kearney Author
ises county' attorney to Issue subpoenas to
brtng witnesses before him for' the purpose
of getting information relative to any viola
tion of law. -
S. F. 190, Chappell, by Raquest Fixes
amount to be paid detectives employed by
8. F. 141, Chappell. Hager and Tanner
Authorizes all cities andi villages having less
than 25,000 inhabitants to provide for .care
of cemeteries and levy a tax therefor.
8. F. 192. Ohappell, by Reguest Provides
hthat when requested by either, party to. a
suit all comments and statements maae oy
the judge in the presence of the Jury shall
be recorded by reporter.
8. F. 193, Chappell of Kearney Author
izes district courts with power to call grand
Juries in Its discretion. - -
8. F. 194, Chappell of Kearney Makes
null and void deeds or other conveyances of
real estate not containing the name of the
8. F. 195, How'ell of Douglas. Repeals
Chapter 318 of the session laws relating to
special taxes In cities and villages for buy
ing equipment for the fire department.
B, F. 196, Howell of Douglas Provides
for the use ot voting machines throughout
the state. x
8. F.M97, Howell of Douglas Adds the
stock of co-operative companies to the, list
of exempted slocks, of corporations.
S. F. 198, Howell of Douglas Repeals sec
tions 178, 179 and 180 of Article 8. Ch. 4,
revised statutes of Nebraska relating to
rates and prices to be charged for gas, In
8. F. 199. Howell of Douglss Permits
stock In co-operative? companies to be sold
at less than par value.
TIous Bolls. .
H. R, 404, Iemar, Saunders Provides for
county officers' boo.ks' inscection.
H. R. 405, .Hutton, Lancaster Changes
word In fraternal Insurance law.
H. R. 406, White. Brown Relates to In
adequate facilities for school,
H. R. 407. Murtey, Cans Increases county
H. R. 408. Murtey, Cass Creates state
grain inspection department. -
H. R. 409, Dalbey, Gage Fixes sum to be
expended by county attorney of each county,
H. R. 410, Dalbey, Gage Empowers
county attorneys to issue subpoenas,
H. R. 411,Palbey, Gage Defines require
ments for state nurse registration.
H. R. 412 Conley Jefferson Shortens
time for teachers Institutes.
Hr R. 413, Neff, Knox No cigarette
smoking in acfes or hotel dining rooms.
H. R. 414, Neff, Knox Misdemeanor for
oounty officers not to attend to road and
culvert repalra, etc.
H. R. $15, Trumble, Sherman For teach
ing' loyalty to country in schools.
H. R. 416. Regan and Segelke Appro
priates $25 003 for monument at Columbus
for Major Frank North, pioneer scout.
H. R. 417. Regan, Platte Relates to fence
Jt. R. 418 Relates to fees of clerks Of
district court In certain counties.
H. R. 419, Stearns, Scottabluff Relates to
stocjc shipping law.-
H. R. 420. Stearns. Scottabluff Amend
.ment to Irrigation law.
H. R. 421 Beat, Keith Relates to man
agement of Rchool lands.
H. R. 422. Bcal. Keith Provides for
county truant officer.
H. R. 423 Provides aero company fdt Na
H. R. 424. Real Keith County- Institutes
to he held in October. 1 ,
H. R. 425. Beat. Keith Agents shall give
Information to public onrain movements.
" II. R. 426, Beat. Keith Railroads to have
depot bulletin boards.
H. R. 427, Dorsey and Neff Antf-clgar-ette
bill prohibiting use and purehase of
same by minors. Follows Minnesota statute,
where same conditions Nebraska now faces
had tp be met. ,
H. R. 428, Dorsey, Franklin Relates to
voting in supervisor districts.
H. ,R. 429. Taylor Custer Relates to nor
mal training requirements.
11. R. 430, Ratlor, Custer Creates state
rural nchool fund.
H. R. 431; Taylor and Norton Unites
hotel and food commission in accordance
with. Governor Nevilles recommendations.
H. H. .432. Taylor. Custer Appropriates'
rural school fund for use.
H..R. 433 Taylor, Custer County Judges
shall have four-year terms.
. H. R. 434. Neff, Knox County assessors'
H. R. 435, aDlboy and Mynenhurg Con
stitutional amendment exempting automo
biles from taxation.
H. R. 43R, Jactbscn. Dawson Decreases
par value of kto-k to $25 for sale under
blue sky law,. Now $100.
H. R. 437, Aatell and Hefferson Rela
ing to measure to secure googpraphic cen
ters of school districts.
lly IL 428, tieal and Dorae Exempting
persons in military services from labor and
H.'R. 43t Bates, Cheyenne Permits con
ductors and engineers engaged lu train
operation to have sheriff's powers. ( (
H. R- 440, Taylur. Custer Creating
bureau ot printing and supplies.
"II. K. 441, Fults. Furnas Relating to de-
murrage charges. ' "
H. K. 442, Fults. Furnas Relating to
H. R. 443, Mills, Lancaster Rural pave
H, R. 444 Mills, Lan caste Maximum
telephone rate bill.
H. R, 446, Auten. Boone Creating state
school book commission.
H. R. 446. Auten. NUoone Manufacturing
of house fruntshliiga.
H. R. 447, Auten, Boon Ant ! trust
11. R. 448, Restner, Thomas Amends anti
It. R. 449. Good, Nemaha Rotating to
foreign Insurance companies. 1
H. R. 450. Richards, Webster Total vote
of candidates In primary from all parties.
It. R. 151, Rtckard Oil Inspection fee bill.
H. R. 452. Olson. Furnas Relates to
stealing of motorcycles. t
H. R. 453, School Committee Reducing
annual rental qn lease and providing for
gre.iter annual rental-than per oent.
H. R. 454,' Anderson, Hutlon and La
Bounty Appropriating $40,000 for broom
and brush factory at 'tate prison.
Randall K. Brown Attends '
. Chamber of Commerce Meet
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Jan. JO. (Special Tele
gram.) Randall K. Brown, president
of 'the Commercial club of Omalia,
and W. B. Belt, manager of the Ne
braska Telephone company, arc in
Washington invattendance upon the
annual meeting of the Chamber of
Commerce of the United States.
H. H. Fish, secretary of the West
ern Newspaper union, with headquar
ters in Omaha, is in the city.
i Bride- Becomes Widow
Shenandoah, la.,1' Jan. 30. (Spe
cial.) A 17-year-old girt who isa
bride of, four months, -was left a
widows by -the death of Harry Shipe',
19 years old, who died following a
week's illness of pneumonia. She was
formerly Miss Ferrclt Ingraham.
Her husband was baker. He is
survived by his father, C. W. Shipe,
at Villisca, la., and three married sis
ters, including Mrs. John B. Mentzer,
jr., of Sherlandoah. ,
Former Davtson Woman
Dies at Jerome,- Idaho
Dawson, Neb., Jan. 30. (Special.)
The funeral of Mrs. Ezra Stoltz,
who died at her home in Jerome,
Idaho, after the birth of a baby boy
Saturday, will be held at the Evan
gelical church here upon the arrival
of the body from Idaho. The de
ceased was -the daughter of John
Eckard, near Dawson. She was mar
ried two years ago to Ezra Stoltz,
formerly of nea Stella. ..
Youth Kills Himself.
Geneva, Jan. 31. (Special.) Obin,"
-year-old son ot Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Joneg in Geneva, while playing yes-.
terday with a gun, shot himself, bear
ing his head and killing himseji in
stantly. Soldier's Home Notes,
Orand Island, Neb., Ian. S0. (Special.)
Miss Mayme Downey, head bookkeeper, who
has been enjoying two months' vacation at
St Louis, jWtll return February 1.
Mrs. W. H. Covert, tn room No. I oirthe
West hospital, ltf seriously 111. '
J. M. Evans of room No, SI of the dormi
tory, has been confined to his cot for the
last four days on account of the grip.
Rev. Mr. Thompson of the First Methodist
church of Grand Island, officiated at -the
funeral jif Mrs, Catherine Ray at the Home
chapel on Saturday afternoon at I o'clock
1 Several young women from the Baptist
college were hero Saturday and favored tho
members with several good selections of
mualo at tho WeBt hospital. (
The Sabbath day, In a way, was a day
of rest for tho home physician. Not since
that gentleman has taken charge has h&
had one 'hour he could call his own until
Sunday morning after sick call. Not only
is the physician satisfied that the present
epidemic has been completely controlled,
but also the commandant. '
Quartermaster Lelbler is taking a few
days' rest from his regular duties. : ,
Rev. John Grant Shirk of Grand island
delivered the gospel sermon s,t the Home
e,hapel on Sunday afternoon to a large and
attentive audience, I
MRS. KATHRTNE LANDER, an
aged resident of West Point, died to
day after a long' and painful illnesti.
She was the-widow of Anton Langer,
one of the earliest business men of
the city, and was a native of Bohemia.
She was in many respects a notable
woman. Left a widow many years
ago, she' has brought up a Bplendid
family. She Is survived by four sons
and four daughters. Her sons are:
Anion J., banker, Frvor, Old.; Captain
Jerome F., Twenty-third United States
infantry, New York; Raymond, elec
trician, New York, and Roland G..
banker, Seattle, Wash. Her daughters
are: Mrs. H. 8. Brooks, New York,
and Misses Katherine of Minneapolis
and Rosa and Mildred at home.
THEODORE VOIOTLANDER died
at Geneva last night; he was 70 years
old. He leaves a widow and one son
and four daughters and other rela
tives. Mr. Volghtlander came to
America from Germany before Jthe
civil war and served in the war, en
listing in Company,. D, Forty-fifth
regiment, Wisconsin Volunteer in
Tantry, until the end of tfhe war. Mr.
and Mrs. Volghtlander hav resided
in Geneva about fifteen years. , .
How to Cure
Medicine canf cure that constipation. It
can relieve It for the time being, but that
is all. The same is true of Indigestion, dys
pepsia and similar "stomach troubles."
The right food 'can cure these troubles,
and it is doing it right along.
- Doctors everywhere now indorse the prin
ciple upon which this food is based. ''They
practically all admit that medicines are
powerless to effect permanent cures- in
these cases. They know that a food such as
this is what is needed. Many have long been
f waiting for ft
O-EAT-IT is the name of thfs now food.
Three of these small, crisp, toasted sllees
with your meals will quickly overcome eon
stipation and stomach troubles, Jt is a de
licious, fholesome, nutritious and '"differ
ent" article of food from anything you have
eaten. Contains much -more of the coarse
outer part of grains than any other food
you have ever tried. Everybody Jikes it.
Wa want vrv nffrc frnm ak.h.. .
lon or stomach troubles to try O-EAT-IT
and be well and nappy, full slued dmUmm
for sale by more than 100 leading grocers
in Omaha and Council Bluffs, 10c per pack-l
age1, or by mail prepaid on receipt of price.!
O-Kat-lt Co., 280 Studebaker Bldg., Chi
cago. 111. ' i
State House Notes
(From a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Jan. JO. (Special. ) N. C Pratt
of Omaha, ons of the five examiners ap
pointed by the supreme court to look after
applications for admission to the bar and
for state bar examinations, has resigned,'
and the court has appointed in his place.
Franklin A. Sholw 'Mmh.
Ths state chem,. ..day evening used
hla commissioner as a federal food tnspo
tor to ssmin'e a shipment of ninety cans
of oysters from Baltimore. Md , eonelgned
to a Lincoln wholesaler. The ahtpment wae
suspected of " being short weight, former
shipments having been so reported to Food
Commissioner Murschel. This shipment was
found full' weight.
Representative Murtey of Cass -county,
who has achieved considerable publicity
because of his banking bill to protect the
state guaranty fun, by making It apply only
to checking deposits and to cut out nana
promo tors Is feeling very sangume over the
passage of his bill, It having received the
"O. K." of T. "S. Allen, brother-in-law of
Mr. Bryan, which he thinks will give It the
support necessary to land.
NQtes from Beatrice J.,
'And Gage County
Beatrice, Ncb.i Jan. 30. (Specis.1.)
HeaVwg was lyd yesterday in coun
ty court on the, probation of the will
of the late Mrs. Emma I'rebyl Lorenz,
who died some time ago near her
home at Odell, leaving her share ot
her father's estate, valued at about
49!000. to her husband. Her mother,
Mrs. Josephine I'rebyl, attempted to
break the will, allegmg that ner daugh
ter was not nf sound mind when, the
wilt was made, and that undue influ
ence was brought to bear to have, her
sign the instrument. The court found
for the Drononent. held that the will
was valid and ordered it admitted for
Thomas Martin, who located in
Gace countv' in 1867, died at her
home in Sherrnan township, six miles
southeast of Rockford, aged 81 years.
He is survived by his widow and
..fred Bropker, aged 72 years, died
yesterday at his home southeast of
Barneston. He was itijured in a run
away some itiine ago from the effects
of which he never recovered, A few
days before he Received his injuries
his home was destroyed oy, tire e
is survived by widow and several
children. ' ,
Fairmont Methodist Church
Clears Itself of Debt
Fairmont. Neb.. Jan. 30. (Special.)
Since the building of the new
Methodist churchi a debt of $1,300 has
stood against the property. In No
vember a new heatine plant was in
stalled in the church, which increased
the indebtedness $1,100, making a to
tal of $2,400. About thu-ty days ago
the pastor of the church J. P. Yost,
and the Official) board inaugurated a
successful campaign for raising the
money and last Sunday at tpe morn
ing .church service the old "note
against the church was burne'd in the
pulpit, while the congregation sang
Norfolk Hospital Patient
" ' Ends Life by Hanging
(from a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln,, Jan 30.--(Special.) The
State Board of Control received of
ficial1 notice this morning of the death
by suicide Of Laura Colby, an Insane
patient aX the Norfolk asylum sun
day. - i
Mrs Colby was one of the violent
patients and hap been placed in- a
straight jacket. By some means she
got out of the jacket and into a side
room where she secured a strip of
canvass and hung herself to a radiator.
It was her fifth attempt to destroy
herself, she Was sent t,rom Washing
ton county. ' '
Two Marriages Annulled,
By pourt at Madison
Madison. Neb.. Jan. J0.--(hpeciaI.)
District, court convened at 1 o'clock
Monday afternoon with Judge W. V.
Allen presiding. Most ot the after
noon was occupied with docket -assignment.
The marriage contract between El
mer R. Crawford and Emeline M.
Crawford was annulled as prayed, it
appearing that the ' former husband
of the defendant was living and there
had been no legal separation.
The marriage contract between
Robert Armstrong and Ida Arm
strong was also annulled.
and complete Una of
. Offica Equipmant. j '
Steel and Wobd Files.
Sanitary Offica' Daak, Solid
Oak, aa low as $25.00.
Wa invit you
to see our lina
Orchard & Wilhelm Co.
414-416-418 South 16tb St.
Our Special Baths for
In i ndo tha
able and the
mdet c o m
Mas enge in
this section oT
i The -famoui Hulpho-Cblorine
Mineral Water is delivered in five,
tellon Ju., $IM. 60o refunded
when jug is returned.
Brown Park Mineral Springs
Utn sod 0 Bts. . nuh Side., Phons Bouta 171
OR. JOHN A. NIEMANN,
Osteopathic Fhysiciaa hi Charge.
IM i .L'JL, liiaJli
Ex-Governor Morehead ,
Objects to Allowoing Fee
From a BtsTf Correspondent, i
Lincoln, Jan. 30. (Special.) Slate
Treasurer George E. Hall will cite the
statutes and supreme court decisions
to show that he had a right to employ
attorneys 'in his fight against rire
Commissioner Kidgcll, in his defense
before the claims committee of the 1
house of the $500 fee expected by his i
Former . Governor Morehead ap-1
peared recently before the claims com
mittee to ask that Hall's claim, on be-1
half of Wilson and Bcrge, attorneys, j
be rejected. j
Record Prices for Duroc- i
Jerseys at Stanton Sale
Fremont, Neb., Jan. 30. (Special.)
What is believed to be a record for,
hog sales in Nebraska was made, at
the sale of Ed Kern at Stanton, Neb.
Forty head of Duroc-Jersey regis
tered hogs sold for an average of $190
a head. The highest price was for
the champion sow of Nebraska, Sen
sation's Best, which sold for $700.
Another sow sold for $540. The low
est price paid was $78. Buyers from
Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota
were in attendance.
Garbage Collection Fight
' Gets to Supreme Court
'iKrom a Staff Corrc.ipondent.1
Lincoln, Jan. 30. (Special.)-The
legality of an Omaha ordinance which
gives that (city power to contract for
the sale of garbage will be the sub
ject of attack In the supreme court in
a case wherein George Urbach de
clares he made his living from refuse
bought from R. B. King and that the
cjty passed an ordinance June 27. 1916,
giving itself authority to tell the gar
bage collection right, which it did to
the Omaha Rendering company and
he asks to have thecity enjoined.
Dr. Charles Tlippln Asks
for Writ of Habeas Corpus
Grand Island, Jan. 30. (Special.)
Dr. Charles Flippin,, following order
of the lower court that he give bond
in the sum of $2,000 for appearance at
the district court ' to answer the
charge of performing a criminal oper
ation, declined to do so, and through
his attorney, W. A.' I'rincc, applied
for a writ of habeas corpus. A hear
ing on the 'writ has been set for to
morrow. , ' x i
Threg-Ring Circus Hired -As
State Fair' Attraction
(from a Staff Correspondent.)
Lincoln, Jan, 30. (Special.) A
three-ring circus lias been hired out
right to provide the free attraction
at the Nebraska state fair next fall.
This action was taken at the meeting
NOSE CLOGGED FROM
V A COLD OR CATARRH
'Apply- Cream in Nostrils To
Open Lp Air Paaaafea.
Ahl What reliefl Your clogged
nostrils open right up, the air pas
sages of your head are clear and you
can breathe freely. No more hawk
ing, snuffling, mucous discharge, head
ache, dryness no struggling forJ
Dreatn at night, your cold or catarrh
is gome, '
Don't stay stuffed up I- Get a small
bottle of Ely's Oeam Balm from
your druggist now. Apply, a little of
this fragrant, antiseptic cream in your
nostrils, let it penetrate through every
air passage of the head; soothe and
heal the Swollen, inflamed mucous
membrane, giving you instant relief.
Ely's Cream Balm is iust what everv
cold and catarrh sufferer has been
seeking, its just splendid. Adv. .
Mrs. Cirard i Is
Laaaons in '
New Tailored Suits for Spring
Types that Fashion fllways Ties To
SEVERE, but extremely smart mannish styles.
' There is no question at all about the popularity of this
type of Tailored Suit. No matter how mich a woman
may favor other styles, she always has a desire to have
at least one tailored suit in her wardrobe.
One of the most interesting features is the
different features employed. Hair line stripes are
v exteedingly good, in POIRET TWILLS, Cheviots
and Men's Serges,vGabardines and Poplins. 1
i - y
Then the pleated, belted Jacket comes in for its full :
q Vi o a rxt off otifinn . inaf Vmo4 Awim tr nr) 4-Via or a atrl a urifVi-
out the color.'
Box pleated skirts are good also. x -
Fancy button and braid trimming are features " that
makers have emphasized. Large collars prevail.
The prices are extremely moderate. .
At $25. 00, $29. 00 and $35. 00
S Second Floor. .
Crochet, Cotton Day Wednesday
In the, Art Needlework Department
To make Wednesday Crochet Cotton Day in the Art
Needlework Store, we offer Mercerized Cordonet
Crochet Cotton, in white, ecru and colors; worth 10c
aud 12Vic, at, a spool 6
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1 Third Floor.
of the board of managers of the State
Board of Agriculture meeting in the
office of Secretary Danielson, Monday
afternoon and Tuesday morning.
, The circus is the Hagenbeck- Wal
Hope Almost Abandoned
Relieves Chronic Case of
' Long Standing
After a long period of suffering with
liver and bowel trouble that brought
on piles, during which she had tried
many remedies without obtaining re
lief, Mrs. Mary J. Jewell of Berrien
Springs, Mich., heard of Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin and obtained a
bottle from her druggist. This sim
ple, inexpensive laxative compound
brought almost immediate relief and
Mrs. Jewell wrote to Dr. Caldwell
about her rase,
In her letter Mrs. Jewell says,' "I
had tried so many things for the piles,
without being lielped at all, I had
about given up hope of ever being
any better. I knew it was the condi
tion of my bowels that caused them,
and after 1 had taken a bottle of your
Syrup Pepsin I knew it was just the
medicine 1 needed. I am very grate
ful to you for sending me the little
book the advice and instructions it
gives would teach anyone how to get
well and how fo keep well."
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a
combination of simple laxative herbs
with pepsin, free from opiate or nar
cotic drugs, and is mild and gentle in
its action, bringing relief iu an easy,
THE BLACKSTONE "
Offers the Best in
Living Apartment Accommodltiont
v . i
RenUU mrt moderate, bcinffrom $42.5 .and op pr
' month or eampltUly and beautifully furnlihad
apartments. Tbli la thtvaole expanse, aa aueh Itama
aa heat, Ifg-ht, Omaha telephone exchanse aervioa,
linens, maid service, etc., are Included. .
Black stone suites range In alia of from one to seven
rooms each, with a bath la every one.
If upon examuaUosi suitable apart men ta cannot be
had at the present time have yaur Basse placed an
our wafting list.
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lace. The performances will be given
in front of the grandstand, with all
the regular circus paraphernalia ex-
cept the tent which covers the au
dienre. . ,
natural way, without griping, or other,
pain or discomfort.
Druggists everywhere sell Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin for fifty cents a
bottle. To avoid imitations and in
effective substitutes be sure to get Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. See that a
facsimile of Dr. Caldwell's signature
and his portrait appear on the yellovA
carton in which the bottle is packed.
A trial bottle, free of charge, can be
obtained bv writing to Dr. W, B,
Caldwell. 455 Washington St., Monti
v Daily. Sports
That means that on Wednes
day yoji can come here and
buy delicious full cream Car- -amels,
some plain and some
with nuts, at a price that is
considerably less thaiw that
which we ask on other days.'
Wednesday they will be
25c a Pound
Main Floor, PompaiaB Roomy
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