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By "Bud" Fisher
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ADTOISTS TOJALK BUSINESS
State Association Will Plan to Co
Operate to Suppress Joy Riding.
WILL MEET HERE IN DECEMBER
Learlslatlre Program (or Next Gen
eral Aurmblr Will Be Outlined
' Aatomoblle Parade Will
f' Be a Feat are.
' The Nebraska State Automobile asso
ciation will hold Us annual convention In
Omaha, beginning December 4 and com
tlnulng two or three days, depending on
Uie progress of business.
Each county represented In the asso
: elation Is entitled to one delegate for
! each twenty-five members, and as the
: nembershjp is now 3,000 about 120 dele
' gates ale expected. A banquet will bo
- fceM. and If the weather Is favorable
therwlll be a parade with about 200
I utog In line.
One matter of business for the conven
; tlon will be the outline of a plan for a
: committee In each county to Investigate
automobile accidents. By this means Jt
la expected that the association can as
sist in the prosecution of , Irresponsible
joyriders, whose misdeeds are aften per
petrated with rented or stolen cars, and
at the same time help In the protection
of automobile owners who are Innocent
f blame in case of accidents.
A legislative program for the next ses
sion of the legislature also Is to be de
cided upon. Delegates probably will be
appointed to a national meeting of auto
mobile men in Washington January 16
and 17, its purpose being to interest con
gress In giving federal aid for state high
ways. Nine directors of the association
will be elected.
Secretary D. K. Watklns says that
fifty-eight counties are now represented
Id the state association. He assisted in
the organization of a club last week at
PapilUon and will go this week to or
ganize clubs at Ord, Loup City, Nellgh
The Sarpy County Automobile associa
tion was organized last Friday at Fa
pllllon with these temporary officers:
President, E. G. Fase, PapilUon; secretary-treasurer,
G. P. Miller, PapilUon.
Women who bear children and re
main healthy are those who prepare
their systems in advance of baby's
coming. Unless the mother aids
nature in its pre-natal work the crisis
finds her system unequal to the de
ynands made upon it, and she is often
left with weakened health or chronio
ailments. No remedy is so truly a
help to nature as Mother's Friend,
and no expectant mother should fail
to use it. It relieves the pain and
discomfort caused by the strain on
the ligaments, makes pliant and elas
tic those fibres and muscles which
nature la expanding, prevents numb
ness of limbs, and soothes the inflam
mation of breast glands. The system
being thus prepared by Mother's
' Friend dispels the fear that the crisis
may not be safely met. Mother's
Friend assures a 6peedy and complete
recovery for the .mother, and she is
left a healthy woman to enjoy the
rearing of her
child. Mother's T f AtTPlVC
Friend is sold at IliiiKO
Writffor our free FRJEKD
book for expect
ant mothers which contains much
Valuable information, and many sug
gestions of a helpful nature.
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How to Change
(From Fashion Review.)
The painful, dangerous and expensive
operation known as "face-peeling" Is not
necessary to accomplish the results
sought. Ono can gradually and safely
remove the old and unbeautiful cuticle
from her face without pain, danger or
detention Indoors. Simply use ordinary
mercollzed wax, which can be obtained
at any drug store. Apply it for a few
nights like cold cream and wash it off
each morning. The mercollde In the wax
slowly absorbs the half-dead outer skin,
which flakes off day by day in fine, ln
visible particles. The fresh young skin
underneath aoon blooms forth radiantly
making the face look years younger and
much prettier. Employment of this pro
cess is not noticeable to others, except
that your complexion Improves rapidly.
Of course, the removal of the surface
skin in 4hla pleasant n.nner, takes with
it all facial blemishes, such as chaps,
freckles, moth patches, liver spots, fine
wrinkles, pimples, etc Mercollzed wax
has been known for yeare to many so
clety women r.oted for their beautiful
and lasting complexion Adv.
A meeting for permanent organization
will be held at Springfield next Saturday.
Winter Wheat Will
Have Large Acreage
Beginning early in the spring and con
tinuing during the growing season, the
Burlington, each week, receives crop re
ports from all over Nebraska, gathered
by agents and crop reports. The last
report for the season of 19U was received
Monday morning and summed up the
entire situation so far as the west two
thirds of the state is concerned.
In dealing with the corn crop, 75 per
cent of a full crop Is estimated. In most
sections husking is progressing rapidly
and In many places more than half fin
Everywhere the winter wheat acreago
Is fully up to the average and the grain
Potatoes are all dug, and while the
yield Is below the average, owing to the
high price the crop will net the farmers
fully as much as usual. In some sections
of the state, particularly In the north
west, the yield Is fully up to that of
Sugar beets, wherever planted, have
done well, the yield being better than an
average. This crop Is not entirely har
vested, but all beets will be pulled before
the ground freeres.
Apples are abundant, but are selling at
rather low prices.
Owing to recent heavy rains, pastures
are In excellent condition, with fall and
winter range the best In many years.
About one-hundred alumnui of the col
lege of medicine of the University of
Nebraska gathered at the Rome hotel
Monday morning to attend the Second
annual meeting of the college.
The delegation was taken t the Wise
hospital, and fro? H to 9:?) Dr. James
S. Goetz conducted a medical clinic. A
viHlt was made at the Douglas county
hospital, where Dr. Rodney W. Bliss held
a medical clinic and Dr. R. R. Ilolllster
a surgical clinic.
A luncheon was served at noon, after
which the alumni association held a
meeting. Dr. B. B. Armstrong of
PapilUon, president of the association,
Dr. A. P. Overgaard of Fremont, Dr. A.
lane of Wyoming and Dr. I. 8. TroBtler
of Chicago, addressed the meeting.
A reception to the faculty will be held
this evening at 8 o'clock at the Commer
cial club. Prominent among the guests
will be Acting Dean Robert 11. Wolcott
and Chancellor Samuel Avery.
STATE YERITABLE GOLD MINE
Products Eoual Nation's Gold, Cop
per, Iron, Lead and Then Some.
GUYE ISSUES SOME STATISTICS
Compares Wraith of Nebraska oll
rrllh the Products of Mines
and Exrrllrnt Showing
. la Made.
Bulletin No. 22 of the Nebraska bureau
of labor and Industrial statistics has been
Issued, by Deputy Commissioner Ouye.
Values of some of the state's products,
as compared with the production of the
United States in various lines, are given
Nebraska's alfalfa, hay, .dairy
products and food 100,9(,a8
United states and Alaska, total -gold
Balance In favor of Nebraska...! 1.678,0)8
Nebraska's ?ggs and poultry....! 42. SS4.274
United States, silver mines, total i7.733.312
Balance In favor of Nebraska...! 15,160,9t2
Nebraska's live stock ..164,9S4,OiO
United States, copper . mines,
Balance In favor of Nebraska...! 9,632,343
Nebraska's corn crop SS7.RT7.M6
United States. iron ore.... 91,5o6,3i'4
Balance in favor of U. 8 ! 7,678,81S
Nebraska's manufactured prod
United States, crude petroleum.. 114.3iH),lX)0
Balance In favor of Nebraska...! 35,718,620
Nebraska's wheat, oats, rye,
and barley ) 60,191,361
United States, sugar, total out
Balance in favor of Nebraska..! 7,494,972
Nebraska's packing Industry ! 97.7M.702
United States, tobacco crop, total 95.719,305
Balance in favor of Nebraska..! 2,040,337
Grand total for Nebraska !6!4,713.S51
Grand total for United States.. U30,615,b36
Coal Men Profit
by Basket Sales
John Urftiit P8K, city Inspector of
weiKhts and measures. Is on the trail of
fuel pedlers who have reaped big re
turns by selling coal to the poorer people
of the city by tlio basket. A tun of coal
will bring twice as much when sold In
baskets, at 20 to 30 cents each than Is
realised when it is sold by weUht. City
License InspectoV Schneider is with Pegg
In his fight to prevent this robbery of
the poorer people. They will Inspect the
occupation tax records of all retail coal
dealers and will force them to take out
pedlers' licenses, which may be done for
!30 each. If they persist In dispensing fuel
by the basket.
Pummel an Off icer
Officer Dudley appeared In police court
Monday morning with a beautifully tinted
eye, presented to him In a scuffle ensuing
when he attempted to make an arrest In
the Unique chop suey Joint on Fourteen
street, which has been raided twice iilnce
It opened a few weeks ago. Kd FlUger
ald, a South Omaha rowdy-dowdy boy,
went Into the Joint all sharpened up Sat
urday night. He created a disturbance
and officer Dudley appeared. Several
of Fltr-gerald's friends rushed the police
man and decorated his eye. Fltigerald
failed to appear in court Monday," for
feiting a J10 bond.
Balance in favor of Nebraska,
grand total 63,935,014
Which equals he total produc
tion of both lead and cine 60,S75,563
Balance In favor of Nebraska..! 3,059,451
In other words, Nebraska produced in
wealth In 1910 products In value' equal to
the United States, total production of
gold, silver, copper. Iron, crudo petrollum,
tobacco, lead and sine, with !3,059,451 bal
ance In favor of Nebraska.
MALICIOUS ATTACKS ON
JUDGES BY LITIGANTS
The political campaign Just closing re
veals the fact that there still remain a
few persons who are so selfish and nar
row minded that they will attack Judges
who fall to rule In their favor, even
though they would have to Ignore the
laws in order to so rule.
A newspaper repeatedly has attacked
Judge Iee 8. Estelle because when Its in
terests were at stake he committed the
crime of refusing to set at naught and
nullify the laws of the commonwealth in
order that It might win.
A dentist named Whiteside has pub
lished an advertisement attacking Judge
Howard Kennedy because Judge Kennedy
was the presiding Judge in a case which
Mr. Whiteside was interested and Mr.
In the thousands of cases which have
been tried In the district court half the
litigants have lost. It Is a gratifying
comment on the Intelligence, unselfish
ness and breadth of mind of litigants
that only two of them try to defeat the
Judges because they happen to be beaten
PASSENGERS IN PANIC
WHEN CAR IS DERAILED
Sixty Council Bluus passengers, riding
to their work in Omaha, were given a
scare at Fourteenth and Douglas streets
af o'clock Monday morning when the car
In which they were riding was derailed.
While rounding the corner the rails
.spread and the trucks went off the track.
The car toppled to a dangerous angle and
the passengers were panic stricken. The
car again lurched and righted itself, but
ike passengers scrambled out as fast as
they could. A wrecking crew cleared
llio track in a short time.
The Yellow Peril.
Jaundice malaria biliousness, vanishes
when Dr. King's New Life Pills are
taken. Guaranteed. 5c. For sale by
Beaton Drug Co.
TI T 11 Bad enough, to be sure. But
1 6W V0CfSold co,ds are worse. Better
stop your fresh cold at once.
Never hesitate to ask your doctor about AVer's Cherry
rectorai. use it or not, as he says. He knows.
J. O. Aw Co.,
FEDERAL OFFICIALS LOOK
INTO BLACK HAND LETTER
A black hand letter threatening death
if he doesn't stop cutting food prices and
advertising the cuts In the newspapers
has been received by Manager A. King
of Ilayden Bros.' grocery department.
The letter was mailed at Seventeenth and
Vinton streets. Here Is a copy of the
This letter Is send to you through us
people we are Gfto of us all over
And We are looking for you these days
to shoot you because we were told by
people that yous drive out every men out
of business In Omaha. You won't leave
somebody else make a living at all
bo you better iook out tor your live
right know before to late Toil stop cutln
prices in your store If you dont you will
get It qu.ck enought
I am in the yous store every day behind
you. Bo please pay attention to this here
and atop your cutlng prices In your store
at once. I am la a hury to close myleter
Irnnt put your ads In the paper any
The letter has been turned over to
United Btates District At'orney F. ti.
Hayden Bros, have offered a reward of
!5O0 for the arrest and conviction of the
writer of th eetter.
Illrths sad Deaths.
Births Colt O. and Vivian Campbell,
135 North Thirty-filth street, boy; H. c.
and Daisy Doughtlt, Omaha General hos
pital, girl; Hoy and Edith liarnian, M. th.
fdist hosptal. girl; Kruest and Fern
Itobey, 27U5 North Kighteenth street, boy;
Amos and Hannah TilloUon, 43J5 buward,
Iath Paul W. Wentworth, J5 years
21 Hurt street; C. K Chapman. 41 years'
HL Jojeph hospital; Mrs. Minnie Feigner)
W years, Fourteenth and Cijiltol avenue'
Ltllle U Carry, years, 37U tioutb Twenty-first
to lag luturos.
is the Koad
Robertson Uses Axe
to Settle Quarrel
An old quarrel resulted Sunday In an
attack upon William Klin of 719 Pacific
street when he was struck over the hesd
with an axo" by AlBert Robertson. A scalp
wound five Inches long was Inflicted, but
a serious turn is not anticipated By Dr.
Peppers, who has the patient . In charge.
Kiln tells the police that he was walking
along the Burlington tracks at Third and
Hickory streets with .a friend, Charles
McCarthy, when Robertson assaulted him
unexpectedly. Kiln is reported to be
Dundee Water Case
is Again in Court
Mrs. Jennie R. Brown, C110 Burt street.
Dundee, tn district court Monday peti
tioned for a writ of mandamus command
ing the Omaha Water company to furnish
her water connections. She says the com
pany has cut off her water supply with
out Just reason, she having offered to
pay 'all rentals and any costs incidental
to the furnishing of water for her home.
Judge Sutton issued an alternative man
damus writ commanding the company to
either make the connections or appear in
court Thursday and shov cause why it
should not bo compelled to do so.
ARRESTED FOR STEALING
CATTLE FROM GOVERNMENT
Jessie LaPolnt, a Eantee Indian from
the Eantee reservation in South Dakota,
who was Indicted there fur selling govern
ment cuttle from the Indian reservation
and who Jumped his bond, was ar
rested Sunday at Niobrara, Neb., by the
United Slates marshal and brought to
Omaha. Lal'oint Is said to have sold
several hundred dollars worth of cattle
and when Indicted, he disappeared. He
will be taken back to the Santee reserva
tion In South Dakota by Marshal Hayes.
The government officials are seeking the
purchaser of the cattle, but thus far have
The foil iwlng marriage licenses have
Name ami Residence. Agn.
Charles Oliver. Huxton. Ia ,
Bessie Junes, Huxton, la 24
Louis Paces, Omaha 't
Carrie Vhk, Omaha JH
Frank W. McCanon, Des Moines II
Bertha K. Query, Des Mo lies 0
Peter O. Peterson, Bed Oak, Ia 64
Una bvedin, lied Oak, Ia 45
Overcoats asi - Furnishings
We have never shown such winter clothes for boys, nor
such great varieties as are ready at this store now. The good
things you've come to know about this store is only magni
fied by the immense showing of fall and winter garments.
The standard of quality and value-giving are higher than
ever before, assortments greater and varieties better than
at any previous time. If you have not already done so, "give
us your boy to clothe." ,
SUITS or OVERCOATS, ,
2.50, $3.50, 84.50 and up to 12
i XL .: r
TO OPEN BRIDGE NEXT WEEK
Big Celebration at Plattsmouth nt a
Good Roads Meeting-, - -'
CROSSES PLATTE AT LA TLATTE
m " .
Omaha-Kansas VHrf Ant Read As
sorlatlon to lie Orsmalaed at (Us
Merlins; to Hoost Road for
West Side of Illver. . .
November 15 has been set as the date
for the good roads meeting- at'Flatts
mouth, to formally celebrate the complo
tlon of the Duff-Pollock bridge across the
Flatte river at I.a Flatte a part of the
newly projected Omaha-Kansas t'lty auto
route down the west side of the diver.
The bridge Is culled the Duff-Pollock
bridge because ltulph Duff of Nebraska
City and Tom . Pollock of ' Plattsmouth
raised the money for It by popular sub
scrlpllon, contributing a goodly share
themselves. I .
The Omuha-Kansas City Auto Road
association will be organized at this
meeting, which probably will he held In
tho afternoon. Plattsmouth business men
promise lively entertainment for tho roads
boosters In the1 evening.
It Is expected that a large number of
Omaha automobile men will attend the
meeting. The Omaha Commercial club
will bo represented by delegates.
COURT IS ENTERTAINED
BY A QUEER CHARACTER
William Barnes gave the spectators In
police court several minutes of entertain
ment when he was arraigned before
Judge Crawford on a charge of being In
toxlcated Monday morning, liarnes In a
loud voice told the court that lie never
touched a drop of liquor In his Life,
liarnes then gave his life's history, say
lug the queen of England wus his sister.
He said he was In Omaha to put on a
few sketches in the various opera houses
in the city and that ho Is the best singer
in the world. When he attempted to give
an exhibition of his vocal powers Judg.
Crawford ordered him back to the mourn
ers' bench. He will be tuken before the
PLATTE RIVER IS HIGHER
THAN FOR SOME YEARS
ltallrood men In the city from Brady
Island, Maxwell and points farther west
and along the line of the Union
l'aclflo in Nebraska, state that
The great success of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery in curing weak stomachs, wssted bodies, weak
lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, is hated oa
the recognition of tbe fundamental truth thst "tioldeo
Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with body-building,
tissue-repairing, muscle-making materials, in con
densed and concentrated form. With this help Nature
supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest
food, build up lbs body and thereby throw off lingering
obstinate coughs. Tbe "Discovery" re-establishes the
digestive aad nutritive organs in sound health, purifies
and eoriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves in
short establishes sound vigorous health.
It your dernier often aomttblat "art mm iomd,'
It la probmbly better FOR HIM It pmym better.
Hut you mrm thinking mt the core not tho profit, em
there's aottilui "lumt mm good" tor you. Sty mo.
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the stage of water in the Platte
river Is greater now than at any corre
sponding date In years. , Instead of being
Aryt there Is a Strong flow of water In
the Channel of the stream, and In many
localities It has covered the bars.
Throughout western Nebraska there
have hoes a number of heavy rains dur
ing the last few weeks, but the stage of
water In the Platte, la attributed to th.
fact that most of he reservoirs farther up
the river are full and the natural flow Is
no longer Impeded.
While there Is plenty of water In the
Platte, there .are also plenty of ducks
all along the streuin from Kearney west.
Hunters coming In have the limit, most of
the birds being mallards, ' which have
taken tho place of ' the teal and the
smaller varieties, which have gone far
FORT TALKS TO HOTEL
MEN AT DEVER MEETING
Besides pledging the Union Pacific tot
a contribution of $2,000 In tbe event Den
ver Is able to land the two big political
conventions next year, Oerrit Fort, pas
senger trafflo manager of "ie toad, de
livered an address at a meeting of the
Northwestern Hotel Men's association,
while he was In Denver, speaking upon
the effect that tho "Yellowstone National
Park Has Upon Hotel Trade."
At the Denver meeting Uoma Miller ot
Omaha was also one of the speakers, hla
subject being a discussion of the "Hotel
Men's Protective Association." lioth ol
the addresses were well received and
loudly applauded by the So0 hotel men in
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