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THE BEE: OMAHA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 12.
OTHING LIKE LEATHER
- , WELL
Have you a boy who
is hard on shoes?
Most boys are that's why
our Balcony Shoe Section
.puts sueh stress on tbeBo boy
proof shoes that's why we're
so very particular to requiro the
verr best Velonr Calf and Box
Calf for the vamps, , and real
Hides for the soles.' Every
would be good value at 25c to
more thqn our prices.
MImca' Tlcl kid with patent tip", velour calf with tip too, tnn calf
and paton,U in now Fall models, medium or high cuta sizes 8 V4 to
10 H. 223 fo $3.00. Sizes 11 to 2 $2.75 ?3-f5
Iilttle 'Women's shoeB -with medium heels for growing girls, tan
calf, velour calf, patents and suedes sizes 2V4 to 7, at SJi, $3.00, St
Expert Shoe Fitters at Your Service
THC YDUN& PEOPLES
1618-90 FAUN AM STREET.
OMAHAHS EXPRESS REGRET
Senators and Congressmen Knew
J&eraan and. Liked Him.
KITCXCOOK ESTEEMED HIGHLY
iAfcU((7-'M (i Statesman Recognised
br AU "Who Came In Coat net
I "with the Lnte Vie
i President. . .. .
, Expressions of regret at the death oi
Vice President James B. Sherman wore
heard on the streets of Om&oa frequently.
Thoao who had had the good fortune of
oomlng )n personal contact with' hi in had
much to; say concerning his pleasing op
position and his gonial manner as woll
!s of his ability as a statesman,
Senator 0. M. Hitchcock said: "My oc
qualntancewlth Mr. Sherman began in
thohpHf pfijtprcatntaUyea elht years
'agOgWhtn I was a member of tho com
mittee ,e;Jn44an affairs, of which ho wan
'chaJnwuK personally 1 esteemed him
Iv'erVj'hjghly.., Jft was of a genial char
inotef iand iBu.kJnd disposition. As a pre-
siding officer, ha was one of tho beat n
yfatyqgpH)t being a vary able parlia
mentarian. xaa was shown In his prestd
incoof; h. senate., He was a strong
personal favorite in Washington."
, Ex-Senator Joseph Millard said: "Dur
ing the time I was In Washington fi
United States senator from Nohraska
James & Sherman was In tho houso from
New York, I knew him then as ono of
the most influential men th congress,
regarded him as a very high class man
both as to character and ability. During
his term as vice president he filled the
position I think to the satisfaction of
levery member of the senate so far as I
Was Capable Man.
John X Kennedy, congressman from the
Second district from 1005 to 1307, sold! "I
.nerved in the house with James S. Bhcr
'man during the Fifty-ninth congress and
I came In contact with him In many mat
tors pertaining to tho west, as he was
chairman of the committee on Indian af
ralrs at that time. Mr. Shermin was clear
headed and capable, and made a most
ixceltent pnwldlng officer, frequently
In the'houso as chairman of the commit
tee of thn whole, and later in the senate
rs vice president. In politics he was not
of tho progressive type, preferring to
stand rather for the old order of things
nnd with the old-time roebera with whom
ho had long affiliated. He wns Intensely
practical nnd viewed political questions
'largely from that standpoint. Personally
.Mr. Bherman was cheerful, whole-souled
Congressman C. O. Lobeck said: "I
knew him personally and had the pleasure I
tof meeting him often. Ho had the full
confidence and esteem of the members
I of the senate Jui woll as tho house. In
the general routine of legislation his
1 opinion was often sought by members of
the house. They always found htm obllg
linsr and ready to give thorn the most
cheerful recognition. Hla cheerful, whole-
'hearted disposition, which mode ana
r"""VtitJrlend for him, Is woll known to
all, and )s ono of Ibo characteristics of.
the manUhat will bo best remembered by
' those who knew hlra best."
Victor Itoscwater said: "I have known
th vice president more particularly slnco
the Chicago convention four years ago,
at which he was nominated. He was
rightly entitled, to the dee'gnation. 'Sunny
Jim' by his cheerful disposition wlilch he
1 ranintnlned at ail times. I have sent a
! message to his family expressing sympa
thy in their bereavement.'
MRS. CARRIE VAUGHN SCOTT
IS DEAD IN JAPAN
CinCAQO, Oct Sl.-Cable advices to
the Chicago Dally News today from
ToWo, Japan, announce the death Of
Mrs. Carrie Vaughn 8 ott, wife of Rev.
Gtv tte little folks all tke Faust
Mutmi they wait It's a wkoluomc
anl waaniLing C0thte jutt tL
lmmU rqutrc 1y tlisir strowiag bdliaa,
fo $mhd pathagt 5c and 10
Sizes 9 to 13& $2.00 to $3.00
Sizes 1 to 2 $2.50 to $3.50
Sizes 22 to G . . .$2.75 to $350
J. II. Bcolt, Baptist missionary In Osaka,
Japan. Mrs. Scott was well known as a
church worker In Michigan, Illinois and
PRESIDENT TAFT TO ATTEND
(Continued from Page One.)
Uons of the United States abroad, for
closing of government offices on the day
of tho funeral and for putting flags at
half mast on ships of the navy aVid upon
Shortly after noon President Taft
signed tho proclamation announcing the
vice, president's death, providing for
observances and paying tribute to Mr.
Sherman's life and work.
Text of Proclamation.
The test of tho proclamation follows!
"To the People of the United States:
James Schoolcraft Sherman, vice presl-
cent or tno united mates, died at his
home In Utlca, N. Y., at MJ o'clock on
tho evening of Otcober SO, 1912. In hi?
death the nation has lost ono of its most
Illustrious dtlsens and one of Its most
efficient snrvanta. lClaetnd nt an rarlv I
efficient servants, lilected at an early
age to the mayorship of hla native city, j
the continued confidence was shown by
his election for ten terms as a reproscnta- !
Uve in the national congress. As a leg
islator he at once took and retained lilgh
rank and displayed such attributes of
miHeht klntAitmtinftlitn im in . rommnnil I
. . I l4rCVenO. Oil UO ITVIICIU.IUIIU luautup IU I
him n th tuniiln nt hi TTnltl Rlalml.. ... I
for th socond highest office ,v thin their
, . , . , ,-. .
"As presiding offjeer of the senate he
won tho esteem of all for his fairness, and
ImparUallty. His private life was node
and good. His genial dlsposltl6n artd at-
traotlvcness of character endeared htm
to all whose privilege It was to know
nim. Hla devotion to tho best Interest
of Ms native land will endear hla mem
ory to his fellow countrymen.
"In respect to his memory and the eml
nent and various services of this high
offldal and patriotlo publlo servant, I
direct that on the day of the funeral tho
executive offices of tho united States
I. 1 1 t. 1 txm.A and sail Anrl ntn .
UllUli ITO VIUBCI Stvs nil r-- s
lions of the army and navy shall dls-
nlay the national flag at half staff, and
that the representatives of tho United
States In foreign countries shall pay ap
propriate tribute to the Illustrious dead
for a period of thirty days.
"In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of tho
United States to bo affixed.
"Dono at the city of Washington this
thirty-first day of October, In tho year of
Ly-nrsi nay ol vor. ... .. yea. "Mhavo aiyed here by waV of Triste.tThey
our Lord one tnousano, nine nunorea una
twelve ana ot tne inaepenuenco oi ino
United States the 'ono hundred and thtr-
ty-seventh. (Signed) 1
"WILLIAM II. TAFT.
"By tho -president.
"(Seal.) ' 1 ALVA A. ADEB.
"Acting Secretary of State."
Tribute from Marshall,
CI11CAQO. Oct. SI. Governor Marshall
today cancelled any further campaign
speeches because of the death of Vice
President Sherman. He had been scned-
uled to make three speeches In Chicago
and several in Indiana and Ohio.
'In tho presence of the dead," said
Governor Marshall, "every eelf-respectiqg
man stands silent.
"Mr. Sherman is not alone the dead of
one of the contesting political parties, but
is the nation's dead as welt, and as such
Is deserving of the honor and respect of
every man who respects tho nation,1
The governor sent a telegram of sym
pathy to Mrs. Sherman.
i.TNoni.v rt si.wiilim j.nnincs
i.r. onmnMen tnur
of the state, expressed regret at the death
of Vlca President Sherman, with whom
v.. o .ii.ht n.nnn.i .mnnlntanp.
- I I I
It you knew tho real value of Cham
berlaln's Liniment for lame back, sore-
ness of the muscles, sprains and rheu -
matlc tsalns. you would never wish to
be without It. For sale by all dealers.
BRYAN BE6IHST0DR OF STATE
Nebraskan is Making Trip in Special
FIRST STOP AT SEWARD
Barn Mnnarn Crltlclae Taft nn.l Sup
port Itooaevelfj Whmr MiMRen
Are- Mairnaiea Taft Prosecuted.
LINCOLN, Neb.. Oct. Jl.-Wllllam f 3.
Hrynn returned this morning from--a
sneaking tour through the eastern dates
ami Oklahoma and left nt once' on!
special train In the face of tho Reason's,
first snowstorm for a three-day trip
through Nebraska. The enow was melt
ing a rapidly as It fell, however, and
little trouble was anticipated by tho
campaigners on It account.
Mr. Bryan's Itinerary for the latter
three days of- thin week takes him
through tho southeastern part of the
state, and Mops are made At every town
on the lines travemed by the Commoner
train. Many of the speeches wero
but n few minutes' icncth. but in
larger towns arrangements were made
for more pretentious meetings.
Mr. Aryan will return to Lincoln on
Saturday night after delivering an ad
dress at Omaha and on Monday will
make a trip through tho extreme eastern
part of the state ending 1th a night meot-
ing at the auditorium here
Point, for Mooaera. i"
SEWARD, Neb., Oct. 3L William J.
llryan, enroute through Nebraska In the
Interest of the stato and national demo
cratic tickets today, took occasion to as
sail both Talt and Roosevelt
"Shamo on a bull moc-ser," he said,
"who finds fault with Taft as a corpora'
tlon man and then supports Roosevelt,
whoee managers are the trust magnates
that Taft has been prosecuting."
Mr. Bryan declared Roosevelt'gave'us
a toy man for president and tho toy can
do anything but walk backwards."
At Oermantown Mr. Bryan made a apo
dal plea to rescue the government from
Wall street domination 'lor tho sake of
If Wall street can bring on a panic
unless It Is allowed to control tho gov
ernment, why hold any election at all?"
ho inquired. Mr. llryan declared the panic
bug shows up every four years just be
MAIN TURKISH ARMY
UNDER NAZIM. PASHA
(Continued from Psgo One.)
Minor ore being landed at the Bulgarian
port of Burgas, on the Black sea, doubt-
jess with the hones of drawing Jn that
direction part of the Bulgarian troops
engaged further south.
flrPVan. Hxtcndln Lines.
0n tho other Bldo of tno penin,uia the
a ,.i ....,., . .,ii n
terr,torjr conquered by them In Mace-
..... . .. 1
uuma. i is rciiuricu iuuu. mo i
hayo crossed tho mountains and taken
the town' of Prlsrcnd with a largo
quantity of Turkish war material. They
are said also to have taken Dlakovo,
Tho Greeks, too, appear to be spread-
Ins out their lines. They have occupied
. . jt i n .1 ( 1
""" v.- - l-'V-, A .
,, icwp mo iMintwi. ..I .vbu.u -
the Christian populations or uonstanu-
nom. ualonlkl and other Turkish ports.
Wlert the news of Turkish defeats Is bo-
g)r Edward Grey, the British foreign
mniBtor, stated todaV In tho House of
commons that when the military sltua-
,ion jn the Balkan peninsula permitted
the powers would tako steps to Insure
enduring peace- between tho bollgerents.
Cruelties of the Turks.
ATHENS, Oct, SO. Naw and more
terrible Turkish atrocities in twenty
Christian villages In the Janina region
uro officially reported. Tho villages were
tho inhabitants massacred,
women nnd children being bund alive.
It Is also officially reported thwt three-
(uuruio o. mo - ..w..-v. ..v
. . . . 1 11.. rP. . v 1. 1 turning tl nt t H n 1
beirlnnlni: of tno ngnung wero unrw -
.1 Maw nnlu nnn-fntirlh nt h
wounded are Christians, which is taken
to mean that tho Christians were placed
In (ho forefront of the battle.
Five hundred Greeks enrolled In the
Turkish army, who managed to desert,
m . . ,,,,..,, ,h. .tr-. alnaine war
sopgs. They Will bo placed In tho re
Sultan U Satisfied,
CONSTANTINOPLE. Oct. 30. The sut-
tan sent the following message today to
Your two telegrams announcing the
success of our army caused great satis
faction. I congratulate you aa well as
the commanders, officers and men. May
I tle R00d God make you worthy of his
I clemency and tho favor of the prophet.
I M.y blessings be showered on you in
this world as they surely will bo In the
I next. May It please God that we shall
I near noqn of your compute success,"
Anxiety of Foreigner.
PARIS. Oct. .-ornclai advices re
ceived today from various parts of the
Ottoman empire give evidence of tho ex
treme nnxlety of the foreign communities
over the possibility of anti-Christian out
breaks in. the event of further reverses
to the Turkish troops. The French gov-
ernmcnt has been urgently requested to
station warships along the coast to take
AS a matter oi precBuuon mo Govern-
1 lilVllV " ill Uio (HJt vv. IS IWIUUI W T UUUIUUIMM
- 1 ships to Beirut, from which port they
can readily reach any menaced points.
1 Franco and areat Britain are acting
together In thla matter, areat Britain
sending ships to BaioniKi.
SOFIA, Oct. 30. Adrlanople Is now
completely surrounded by the Bulgarians.
whose attacks are meeting with great
success, according to tho Mtr. The posl-
I tlon of the Turks Is critical.
There are persistent rumors that the
1 Bulgarian cavalry has, reached Rodosto,
where the Turks have been landing
troops brought from Asia Minor.
RIEKA. Oct. 30. The Montenegrins
have captured an Important position on
Mount Bardignloi. thus completing
cordon around Soutarl.
A vigorous bombardment is being
I -maintained dally against Tarabosch, but
no decisive proercaa uu ucan miuu.
Floods on Friday carried away a bridge
across the river near qcutan, cutting on
from the town 4.000 Turkish troops.
IJuroiteana lu ireal uauKer,
BERLIN. Oct. SI. The danger of antU
I foreign disturbance and perhat massa
cres of foreigners in Constantinople and
Solonlki following the TWWsh defeat
Iand the ingress into those towns of tho
demoralised Turkish soldier biu at-
. Kill Ambition
Tona Vltft Jlrings It Bnck to Worn
Out, llalf-SIck People.
Ono of the principal symptoms of
nervous troubles is a feeling of discour
agement. A man or woman suffering with nerve
exhaustion feels so worn out and miser
able most of the time that they become
hopoless nnil depressed.
Life doesn't seem to be worth living.
Tona Vita, haa been pronounced by
physicians to bo the most reliable and
successful tonic and nerve food ever
sold to tho public It Is building up
many thousands of run-down, nervous
rrien and women and restoring then.' to
health and happiness.
If you aro a sufferer from nervous
break-down, try this great tonic, and as
you feel your health, strength and am
bition return, you will be changed in
mind as well as body. Life will seem
like a different thing to you In a few
Tona Vita Is sold by Sherman & Mc
Conncll Drug Co.' Advertisement
traded the attention of the powers. Pro
tective measures in this connection aro
under discussion at tho German Foreign
PAltIS, Oct. 51. In vlow of the danger
threatening foreigners In Turkey the sec
ond division of tho flvlnir snuadron of the
French fleet haa been ordered to sail'
from Toulon this evening at full speed
to tho Byriah coast.
BULL MOOSE DAY IN MILLS
Continued from Pago One.)
audlencp already prepared for their com
Ing by tho porusal of the following:
Tlin MOOSERS ARK COMINCJ
IN DECORATUD AUTOMOBILE.
THI5Y ARK THE SUFFERING POO It
WiTU CAIJ.OUSK.S ATPEALINO
Their automobiles were bought during
Taft'a administration. Tho Moosers think
prices ure too nign.
Cattle. 10 cents U round: hoes. 8 eerfta
a pound; wheat, SO cents a bushel; corn,
76 cents o bushel; potatoes, GO cents a
bushel; hay, 115 a ton; labor, 52 to 3( a
They want a change back to the gtor
ious timcn of 1693 to 18W. They can get
mis oe uerealing tlia republican party.
They cannot get such progressives as:
Senator La Toilette of Wisconsin,
nenator Jtenyon or rowa, (
Senator Borah of Idaho,
Oovcmor lladley of Missouri,
Governor Doneea of Illinois,
nut they got audi patriots ns;
William Fllnn of Pennsylvania,
George W, Perkins of Now York,
Dan It Hanna of Ohio,
And many Trusters of unbusted trusts.
By all means let, us help the Great
Steel Trust and the Great Harvester
Trust get Into power. They are such
"good trusts" (for "Me.")
Let us destroy tho ronubllcan nartv to
gratify ono man's ambition.
This tnan now says tho republican party
is only a"husk." but he did not discover
"r a uiitu lemu aiub maae U a IMIAK.
iiy an means let us nave lSXi to JS37
Let Us. ceasa to bo thlnklnir men uiA
become blind hero worshipers. Sure
let s have a chance back to 1S03-1K97.
Cattle, 8 cents' a pound; hogs, 3 cents a
iunu; wnern, w cents a nusnoi; corn,
13 cuius n uuanei; potatoes, u cents a
bushel: hay, tin ton: labor, Jl a day. Ir
lu - invnM..n nnl. 1 ., ... 1.
.a...., v . v.... tutu nuiu. ,
Certainly, let thn tlmefl.be rcfoemnri
LJV. w Ah.e." ' aDoUt Ps
i0r miifKuis or nnymin? else.
fllvn 118 Tcddv nnd n. chnnirnt
IS" shown in the following selections from
uin cnoice tnouguw end pdous sayings:
iwy nni is in mo nng.
"We licked 'em to a frazzle.'
"Wo landed on their solar plexus."
"Wo slugged em through the rones."
"Thev arts all liars. thleVM nnd mh.
"We stand at Armageddon and wo fight
tor tne uara.
tin tlie ring.)
Tho moosers are ashamed of the nartv
of Lincoln, Grant and McKlnley, and now
seek Its destruction for the sole reason
that It refused to give Itoosevelt tho nom
lnatlon for a third term.
Washington would not have Grant
could not iret n. third term.
The moosers exalt Roosevelt above
Washington and Urunt. and try to give
mm what Lincoln would not have askea
jpiirrron. jacKson,, l.incoin, urant an
. . . . "
I SllOll th
Shall tho old party be destroyed to give
ono man a iioman uouaayr
and wound arc healed .without danger
jot blood poisoning, by Bucklen'n Arnica
"Salvo, the heating wonder. Only 25a
Beaton Drug Co, vVdvortlsement .
Movement nt Ocean St.ramera.
Port. ArrlTJ. bH1,
110NQ KON'd. Too .Maru
ClIBRnOURO K. r. Wllbelm.
NRW TOltK KroonUni
NEW YOPK BUmplt;
BAD BREAKING OUT
ON CHILD'S 8C,LP
Little White Lumps, Pimples Woulo
Break and Run Matter. Itching
and Burning. Hair Came Out In
Bunches. Cutlcura Soap and Oint
mentCured. Also Made HairGrow.
813 "EL. Second SU. Mtmda. Ind. "My
titUe girl had a bad breaking out cm the
tcalp. It was little white tumps. Tho
I'lraplfi would break out as large as a com
mon pinhcad ail over bar heed. They would
break and run yallow inattcc She ausTcred
nearly a year with Itching and burning. It
was sore and Itched all tho Oaoe. Thesoaiter
that ran from her head was very thick. I
did not comb her hair very often, ber 'head
was too sore to comb tt. and when I did
comb, It came out in bunches, gome nights
her head Itched so bad the ccnld sot steep.
I tried several different soaps and oint
.saents, also patent wvwtlrina. but Mlhlog
could I get to stop It- I began using Cuti
ecra Soap and Cuticma Ointment tW
rummer after I cent for the free cssnples.
I used them and they did so much good I
bought a cake of Cuttcora (ap anl sosm
Cutlcura Ointment. I washed her head wish
Outlcure Soap and robbed tba Otrtipwr
Ointment in th scarp every two weeks. A
week after I had washed her head Usee
steaes you could not tell she ever had a
breakhig out on her head. Outlcura Boep
and OUttment also maka the hair grow
beautifully. I cannot say enough for them
for they cured soy Uttle gh-L" (Signed)
Mrs. Emma Patterson, Dec. 32, 101L
Cutlcura Soap and Cutlcura Ointment are
sold throughout the world. Liberal sample of
each mailed free, with SS-p. Skin Book. Ad
eteeaa post-card Outteura, DeH.T. Boston."
9-Tandeced wenahould uaa Cntlgnra
uaksrlogfitlck.2c. mmU frnri.
LIGHT ON SINGER TRAGEDY
Mr. and Mrs. Conway Are Arrested
by Police of Lima, 0.
DENY KNOWLEDGE OF CRIME
"Woman Sara Girt Wi Preparing: to
Break with Worthen nnd Was
Talklns with Stranger
When They Left.
LIMA, O., Oct M. That Sophia Singer,
tho wealthy Baltimore girl, murdered in
Chicago Monday night, had planned to
"break oft" with William Worthen, tne
conductor and pool player, with whom
she eloped, and that She was visited by
another man, were revelations made by
"Beatrice ItyoJI," arrested here today
with her husband, Charles B. Conway, In
connection with the murder.
Conway and his wlfo told the police
that the last person they saw aa they
left their boarding house in Chlcaso was
Miss Singer, who gave Miss Ryall 3S and
two suits of clothes. Miss Ryall said
that the two suits were given her by
Worthen. Miss Blnger'a visitor was a
stranger named Claude Stlllman, who,
Miss Ryall said, had an engagement with
her on the night she was murdered.
ReKtstered ne Crovrleya.
The Conways were registered at the
Cadillac aa "Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Crow
ley, Sidney. O.," but admitted their iden
tity when arrested. No joweiry anu umy
a small amount of money was found on
the couple when searched by tho police.
"I admit that I'm the man the police
are looking for," Conway told tho police,
but I deny that I have any Knowieage
of tho crime in connection with which
they want me."
Conway and the woman wero taken to
jail to await the coming of officers from
Chicago. Tho police say Conway do
clored that when ho left Chicago ho did
not know a tblng about the murum-.
Thiv say Conway declared that tho
body of Mlsa Singer must havo been put
In his room at the lnomna avenue ni.ri
ment in Chicago' after he and his wife
left tho dty Monday nignt.
IMra't Heard of Murder.
Mrs. Conway sold they first learned of
miu Slneer-o death on the following uay,
whllo riding on a railway train Deiweeu
Hammond and Rochester. Ind.
Mrs. Conway's story, the police say,
differs from the one told by Conway, from
Whom she was separated lmmeaiaieiy io.
lowing their arrest.
They declaro Conway admlttea ne Knew
of the murder before leaving Chicago.
After leaving Chicago the couple went;
to Hammond. Ind.. whero they spent the
night. Tuesday thay proceeded to itocn.
ester, Ind.. whero they spent the day In
a hotel. The following day they went to
Rvdnev. O. From there they came to
Lima, arriving here shortly after mid-
night this morning.
The police explain Conways presence at
tho hotel by stating he learned from hla
mother that his home was being watched,
so he did not go there.
Conway Is little known here, as he vis-
lied tho city only occasionally.
Hines Loses Point
in Suit Against Punk
CHICAGO, Oct SI. Clarence 8. Funk,
general manager of the international
Harvester company, today won hla con
tention in the courts that Edward Hines,
the lumberman whose name was con
nected with the election of Senator Lort
mer. must not charge. In the suit for
IIOO.OOO damages he has brought against
Funk, that tho Investigation by the sen
ate and the publication of testimony and
other articles relating to Hines and the
Lorlmer case were Instances of damage
for which Funk was responsible because
of his story involving Hines brought it
Punk was not responsible, held the
nninton nf Judao Klckham Scanlan in
Mi.talnliu: Funk'a demurrer io iun
suit, for tho publication of any part or
his tostlmony before the United Btates
senate committee whether Mr. lUnes re-
alsted as slanderous or not.
H9flHiH BswWm alsBsBWeHm sBisMstttttttBK
HOLDUPS TAKE CLOTHES
OF STRANGERJN ABERDEEN
ABERDEEN, a D., Oct. 31.-Clad only
In a pair of shoes, overalls and a cap, J.
W. Eggleston, a stranger In town, walked
Into the police Station Bhlverlntf with
cold and told the night desk sergeant
that ho had been attacked pear the
Northwestern station by three' men, who
robbed him of $3.35 In cash .and divested
him of his overcoat, coat. Vest, shirt, un
derclothing, stockings and a watch, leav
ing him exposed to the rigors of an Oc
tober night with naught but what he
then wore. Tho police ' were unablo to
locate tho1 robbers.
llenulnir-Aroint rn n sr.
LOGAN', la., Oct Sl.-(SpecIal.)-Mlss
Stella Armstrong wns married to Ervlne'
Banning hero yesterday afternoon by
Rev. M. M. Cable of Methodist Episcopal
church of Logan. The bride and groom
will make their futuro home at Wood
MADISON, Neb., Oct 31.-(Speclol.)
Judge M. 'S. McDuffeo officiated' at a
pretty wedding at hl oftlco this after
noon, tho contracting parties bcng Mr,
Kover A. Aaberg and Miss VIba York,
both of Stanton county.
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