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I ANSVER THE
qiTV PROPERTY Kim sale.
A NICE COMFORTABLE
$5,3 Is a mighty low price for tho prop
erty, but the owner In compelled to
sell before winter and wilt sacri
fice. The bouse contains 7 large
rooms. Is In perfect condition and
Is welt located, being on a south
front lot. one-hnlf block from tho
car at 24th and Spalding. It Is cer
tainly a hummer for the money.
PAYNE INVESTMENT CO..
Douglas 17S1. 3d noor, "Ware Block.
New, strictly modern, 5 rooms and bath,
bungalow; beautiful ouk finish, oak
floors, large basement, attic, furnace,
built-in bookcases and buffet; everything
up-to-date and highest grade: on Ames
Ave., between 22d and ,23d Sts.; paving all
paid. Price, $2,960; easy terms.
Norris & Norris
400 Beo Bldg. Uouglas 4370.
NEW, WELL BUILT, FIVE-,
ROOM COTTAGE FOR SALE.
a per month, no largo first payment
when you aro sUrtnng In a new home,
all modern except heat, very elaborate
light fixtures. Ono block from car line.
Omaha National Bank Bldg. Red 4721.
TENANTS: CAN YOU BEAT THIS?
4-r.. mod., JU; 6-r., mod., 10, or aH of
9-r. house, $20; S713 Caldwell: Just nowly
papeied, varnished and put In best repairs
cement walks, paved street, large bricked
basement, nice yard, etc. Russell & Mo
Kltrlck Co., 432 Ramgo Bldg. Douglas 857.
$1,625 each for 2 fine lots on northeast
corner 3GUi Ave. and Popploton,
$1,500 for big east front lot, 45xl5S ft., at
20th and Oak Sts. Make an offer.
$1,500 Dodgo St. between 51st and G2d,
large south front lot.
600-30th and Spalding Sts., south front,
60x125 ft.; paving paid.
t 125 each, two big lots, 45th and Sara
toga Sts. $23 cash, balance $10
PAYNE INVESTMENT COMPANY,
Phono Douglas 1781. Ware Block.
winw -j.htn intif, Rtripflv modern, at
3014 Webster. Call Harney 3127.
PA KM & RANCH LANDS FOR SALE.
66 ACRES mile from Howard, Ark.,
railroad town; Ilea weJl In fine hardwood
timber; good grass, unimproved; price
$5.00 per acre, half cash; title perfect W.
F. COLNON, Heavener, Okl.
BRITISH Columbia finest agricul
tural land, Nechaco valley, near Grand
Trunk; also Fort George, Cariboo, Peace
River, Bulkley valley. State requirements.
40 acres to 100,000. Lowest prices; easy
terms. Glenn & Co., 421 Pender St.,
Vancouver. B. C.
HOME8TEAD-320 acres rich farm land
for $175. filing fees and all; Just over Into
Colorado good stuff, not sand hills. Land
In Kimball county $10 to $15 per acre. J
A. Tracy, Kimball. Neb. m
BUY a home on the beautiful "Indian
Prairie" In De Sota county. In the very
heart of the Orange and Grape Fruit
belt. The opportunity of a lifetime. Re
liable agents wanted. HYDE & GRANT
LAND COMPANY. FAIRMONT. MINN.
Garden and Fruit Tracts.
Farms of any Blie. Just 6 miles north of
Council Bluffs, at bargain prices. 606
acres, known as Orchard Heights, subdi
vided and for sale at from $60 tt $100 per
acre: easy terms. Let us show you this
land. Day & Hess Co., 123 Pearl Bt-,
Council Biuiis. ia.
r...(nw t Inml nine. , n fnwn!
every acre can be farmed; will be sold
for $55.00 per to close partnership. Mort
gage of $3,000, balance must be cash.
P.O. box 3S3. Council Bluffs. Iowa.
THE eastlest way to find a buyer for
your farm Is to Insert a small want ad
In the Des Moines Capital. Largest cir
culation In the stato of Iowa. .ww dally.
The Capital lb read by and believed In
by the standpatters of Iowa, who simply
refuse to permit any other paper In their
homes. Rates. 1 cent a word a day,
$1.25 per line, per month: count six ordi
nary words to the line. Address Des
Moines Capital. Des Moines. la.
" FOR SALE 80-ACRB FARM. NEAR
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IA,; 5-room dwell
lng: barn 40x44, double corncrlb. two
wells; spring In pasture; 20 acres alfalfa,
0 acres pasture, balance In corn and
oats. CIIAS. T . OFFICER. Council
Persistent Advertising Is tho Road to
Bargain $1,700 Cash
80-ACKfcj BARGAIN, leas than twenty
mllea from South Omaha. Think of It
140 per acre; iour-room nouae,
. iinatnlm n fist In'n HnUTtl IfLfAflf
studding; good well, barn, cornenbs; U)
. .J . ..iltl.tKlInn In vu tms,l or
aCrCS UllUCr VUIIIV$IWii Mau
has cood. productive soil; crop will show
for Itself; 30 acres timber and pasture.
to greatly enhance In value; food reason
why. Only W.200; I7C0 cash, l,OU0 more
March 1. balance tbree and live yeaia. 6
per cent wUio i .
or PuOne US vu uuia uciomimim it,
venlent. , rt
tmlZH City Nat'l Bank Bldg.
S14 acres, well Improved, rich valley
. a r alaifa I'M arr.l cnril
close to town, on ma.n line U. P, rail
road. $11,600; will carry back some.
.MnrvAH farm on t Vi . iv eu
River valley, splendid land. 240 acres
i cultivated. 30 acres alfalfa, 14 miles to
' good town. $50 an acre, will carry halt
back on farm at a per cem uuciciv. ,
y, AlllCnt'll, 1 Ota mue-,
. . , i.-oilt 9w with BmAll
iUXU 1.1 YAfcJ"-, .. " . ......
means: For sale, IJ quarters of choice
farm land close to Sidney. Ntb., one
unth casn. bal, ten years' In ten equal
xvnuiiu. jraesfc iuimii
ANCRy AT ME
FA 11 M A- ll.ii .......m fOR SAI.13.
HOMESTEAD 320 ucrea rich farm land
for $175, filing fees and all: Just over Into
Colorado good Btuff, not sand hills.
Land in Kimball county $15 up to $25 per
acre. J.' A. Tracy, Kimball, Neb.
tO-BUSHEL WHEAT UAND. fXt TO $tt
We have for sale over SO.OOt) acres of
Cheyenne county, Nebraska's choicest
farm land, where the crop veids for 1J
years. Including 1910 and 19U. averag
with the best In the state. Alfalfa, alio
a leading crop. Better soI, -water and
climate cannot bo found. Write for full
Information. Agents wanted everywhere.
I'UNUINUSLAND INVESTMENT CO..
641 ACRES land In Blaine county. Neb.
$8.25. A. W. Kelpln. 4321 Charles St.
FOR SALE ISO acres good farm land;
40 acres broke, balance all tillable 7
miles from Dallas and E railed from
Colome. , Price, $40 per acre, payable
$1,500 cash, $2,600 March 1, Uli; $2,400
March 1, 1917. Address Box ISO, Dallas.
HOMESTEAD relinquishment on' choice
quarter section, near good town; school
facilities, near tho Nebraska line. Price
$200. Shuler & Curoy. 1014 City National
CHEAP patented state school lands;
south Texas, $1 an acre cash, balance ten
years. For all particulars write F. A.
Connable, trustee, 4S4 Commercial Bank
Bldg., Houston. Tex.
BUY SPOICANE PROPERTY.
One acre that will soon bo worth $1,000
for $G0O; terms. .Write
EMERT? S. BAYLEY,
L1VB HTlii k MAKKhf or WKHT
Ship live stouk to South Omaha. Save
mileage and shrinkage. Your consign
ments receive prompt and careful atten
tion. Lire Stock Commission Merchants.
BYERS BTIOS. & CO.. Strong, reliable.
CLIFTW Com. C,o.. 322 Exchange Bldg.
Snydcr-Malone-Coffman CO., 159 Ex. Bldg.
LAVERTY BROS., 138 Exchange Bldg.
Martin Bros. & Co.. Exchange .Bldg.
Clay. Robinson & Co., 200 Excnang Bldg.
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T4 HER DAO
HADLEY MAY BE CANDIDATE
Republicans Figure on Governor as
Vice Presidential Possibility.
NOMINEE WILL BE PROGRESSIVE
Success of Wilson or llooacvPltf It Is
Pointed Ont, "Would Make Nom
ination Matter of Mere
NEW VOIUv, Nov. l.-The selection of
a successor to Vlco President Sherman
as the republican candidate to ro bofore
the electoral colleRQ In December was
the subject of Informal discussion today
amoiiir members of tho republican na
tional committee now in New York.
Governor Herbert S. lladley ot Missouri
lias been advanced as tho cnolce of sev
eral members of the committee, but no
effort has been made as yet to settlo
upon a candidate.
The fact that Chairman Ullles has do
layed the meeting of tho national com
mittee until November 12, a week after
election, will, It Is believed, prevent any
general agreement upon tho vice prest-
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OMAHA, SATURDAY, NOVUM
Copyright, 191. National New Ass'n.
Li. HIDE in
flTlL HE OI:
dontlal candldnta until nftrr tho results
of tho election nro known.
Should President Tart and tho repub
lican electors ho successful, or should
tho election be' thrown Into coturre.-! by
tho failure of nny candldato to secure
& majority, It Is believed th pressure
would becomn stronger upon tho national
commltteo to name Governor llrtdley,
Senator Uornh, Sonator Cummins or
some other man who has beon promi
nently Identified In tho prosrcsslvo move
ment, but who did not Join tho new pro
Tho success of either. Wnson or Rooso-
volt at tho election Tuesday would mako
tho naming; of a ropubllcnn vlco presi
dential candldatn tho next week only
a matter of formality. Republican lead
ers hero today declared that no com
munication had been had with Governor
lladley or any others whoso names havo
been proposed as to their willingness to
accept tho pout-election nominations If
KANSAS C1TV, Mo., Nov. 1, "Tho
mere, mention of a man's namo by his
friends as a posslblo candldato for such
an offlco as the vlco presidency la illicitly
gratifying, but does not necessarily mean
that ho Is a cnndldate," Hald Governoi
lladley tonight In answer to tho question
whother ho would accept tho nomination
aa President Tuft's runnlnR mato If It
waa tendered lilin by tho republican na
tional, commit tec.
"I had rather not answer the ques
tion at this tlmo," ho sold. "T'ne meet
Iiir of the committee to fill the vacancy
caused by the death ot Vlco President
Sherman Is called for ' November 12, sov
eral days after tho election. It may not
bo necessary for mo to make an an
nouncement at all whether or not I
Man Who Claims to
Be Kimmel Fails to
Prove His Identity
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Nov. l.-The Klmtncl
claimant foiled to provo his Identity to
the satisfaction of tho Jury that tonight
returned u vonllct In favor of Mrs. Kdna
K. Honslett, who was suing; to collect
.two ;10,000 Insurance policies on tho life
of her brother, Georgo A. Kimmel. who
disappeared In Kansas City In ISM. Mm.
Uonslctt was allowed t3,iX, Including In
terest. Tho verdict was received after
the Jurors had deliberated two hours.
Tho claimant, who had whlled away
tho tlmo propounding mathematical
questions to the court deputies, smiled
slightly and silently walked from the
This was the fourth trial of tho case,
Mrs. Donslett was before given a favor
able vordlct In tlie United .States circuit
court, but lost on on appeal. Twice
Jurors failed to arrive at a conclusion.
Wilson Has a Night
of TalkinNew York
NEW YORK, Nov. I. H was Wilson
night In Now York tonight. The demo
crats nominee for tho presidency ad
dressed a big rally In the Bronx and
a tremendous outpouring of voters In
Madlspn Square Garden.
Governor Wilson early took occasion
to reply to tho talk of hlu opponents
that tho prosperity of tho country would
be affected by his election! Ho po'nted
to tho betting odds on Wall street, so
largely In favor of democrats success.
This was what he called "my answer In
a nutshell" showing ho declared, that
thero Is not the slighter prospect of any
check In the country's prosperity. The
only way tho prosperity of the country
could bo Injured, he stld, was by the
deliberate efforts of Wall street.
and Perkins Confer
OYSTKR RAY, N. Y Nov. I.-Wllh
George W. Perkins and Senator Dixon,
his campaign lcadurs, Colonel Roosevelt
discussed tho political situation tonight
for two hours. Mr. Perkins and Sen
ator Dixon took dinner with the colonel.
In the afternoon Colonel Roosevelt took
the lonsost wolk he has had since he was
shot, tramping about tho grounds near
his homo for an hour. Ho said ho felt
no 111 effects from his trip to New York
lust' night. He Is anxious to bo riding
his hurso again, but as his wound Is still
open, It probably will bo some time be
fore he sits In a saddle.
Colonel Ropsovclt will go to Now York
late tomorrow to attend tho progressive
rally In Madison Square garden for the
New York state ticket. Ho had prepared
no speech today, but probably will talk
for a few minutes on state tssuos,
HIGH SCHOOL RUNNERS
TO RACE CHURCH BOYS
The Omaha High school cross-country
team, composed ot Lester Hansen, Cole
man Gordon, Carl Hngstrom, Gerry and
Tody, has accepted a challenge from the
team of the United Ilretliren church. The
running will be from the high school
north on the boulevard about three miles
and back. This will be tno first con
test of the year for the high school run
ners and will put them Into training for
their first big run, which will bo with
the Young Men's Christian association
and the University of Omaha teams.
BIOU J. I!) 12.
ATTRACTIONS AT OMAHA.
Bojfdi "A Modem Eva."
Bramlslsi "The Qoddoss of Liberty."
Hippodrome i VnndevUls.
Matinees today at the Qayaty. Hippo
drome, Knur and Orphsum theaters.
"A Modern l!vr" Ht the llojd.
"A Modern Kve." the latent Herlln
operetta. Ilrook by Georgo OkonkowHkl
ntul A. Schoonfeld. Music by Vlrtar
Hollaeuder and Jean Gilbert. lCntlro
production staged by Frank HmltliKon,
Under direction of Mort Sinner, The
Ilnroiiess Do Ii Roch Tallin
; ...Miss Arllno llolllui;
Count Castell-Vojotir Harry DlekeHon
uanimir Cascaillor Alexander narK
Mtnlstar John Putton
Justin Pontglrard liny Raymond
Dicky Rutherford Iiuls Kelso
Itoneo Cnsciullor Miss Mnrlnn Rndtly
Camlllo Casondler Miss Mnllil Potior
Madame Nlnlche Ciiscadler
Miss Henrietta Tcdnl
Becretnry Miss Corlnno Harrington
Uancors from tho Moulin ltouge:
Poiiettrt Miss Katheryn Hatfield
Morguerlta..Miss Marguerite Hchitlior
"A Modern lSve," shown nt tho Boyd
lost evening for tho first time and be
fore a representative gathering of
Omaha's theater patrons Is. a great,
handsomu operetta, furnished with a
flno group of players, who aro supported
admirably In their songs nnd In tho col
oring of tho play by a beautiful chorus.
Tho Berlin Importation, which has beon
adeptly adapted to America, Ih richly
xupplled with book and music, the latter
no pleasing that many of tho tunes un
doubtedly will bo hummed and whistled
about Omaha for months to come. The
lines In the play aro fresh. Most of the
muslo Is good, that being another reason
tho entertainment pleases. Tho chorus
h a well-selected orKonltallon. The
stang shows that tho management has
not 1h!Oj stingy In spending money tin
the show. The coHttlmes nro handsome
and harmonious In coloring. Tho cast
of leading players Ih excellent.
Aloxander Clark. Interpreting tho rolo
of Cnalmlr Cascadicr, tho burlosqila hen
pecked husband, Is a comedian of first
rank. Ho looks funny, lins funny
actions and spenks a bunch of Ilnca that
Imply forco laughter. Co-operating with
Mr. Clark to mnko tho entertainment a
delight aro Miss llenrlotto Tedro, as his
wlfu; MIhs Arllnn Dolling, ns tho
baroness; Miss Marlon Roddy nnd Mlsa
Maude Potter, as tho Cascadler daugh
ters, and Ray Raymond and Uuls KoUo,
as tha suitors for tho hands of thu two
daughters. Miss Potter nnd MIsh Roddy
woro delightfully refreshing nnd eaoh of
thorn sang well. Miss Tedro lnterproted
the rolo of tho "Modern Hvo" splendidly.
Hor manner ot commanding her hen
pecked husbutid was convincingly fine,
while her manner, her carrjago and hur
general work were good. Tho 'beauty of
Miss DolUnff, together with her stage
murmur, endeared her to tho male por
tion of the audience. In tho chorus also
were soveiuli young women whose beauty
Estate of Mrs. Lady
BOHTON. Nov. 1. Mrs. Mary Eddy Q.
Eddy, founder of tho Chrlstlun Science
church, had In Massachusetts at the tlm
ot her death $2,813,750 in personal property,
and rcul estuto valued at $1W,000, accord.
lng to the roport ot Thomas w. Btroetor,
Fiederlck IJ. Jennings and John w.
Worthington, appointed to appraise the
All the personal property goes to the
Christian Science church under tho 'led.
Mon ot the supreme court of tho statu ot
New Hampshire, which sustained tho will
of Mrs. Eddy. Tho entire amount which
tho New Hampshire administrator will
turn over to the churoh Is about 2,OOO.OUO.
Tho Massachusetts supreme court, which
has jurisdiction only over the 1156,000 of
rr-Hl entate within the commonwealth, has
decided that the otatute bars tho Chris.
tlan Science church from receiving this
property ns left by Mrs, Eddy's will, but
that tho property may be administered as
a charitable trust by tho trustees ap
pointed by tho court.
PROPOSED RAISE OF RATES
BY NEBRASKA ROADS HELD UP
WASHINGTON, Nov. 1, Increases In
class freight rates Imposed by tho Mis
souri Pacific Railway company between
points In Missouri, Kansas and Nebraska,
ranging from 10 cents to 22 cents per 100
pounds an average of ubout 20 per cent-
were suspended today by the Interstate
Commerce commission from November 4
to March 4. An Investigation will bo
TESTING NEW VARIETY OF
WHEAT AT SARGENT
SARGENT. Neb., Nov. l.-(Speclal.)-The
Burlington Railroad oomimny sent
out over Nebraska 360 bushels of a choice
new variety of beardless winter wheat,
the average of which was sixty-two
bushels per acre this year As an ex
periment they placed five bushels In ea"h
locality selected. Through the lnfluen o
of It. II. Monroe, the local agent here,
J A. v
The Bee by George McManus
of fuco and shape curves ot limb
t'romlara of (lie l'rr A unit.
"Tho Goddess of IJbrrty," with Jo
Howard to Interpret his own fun, will
open a short eiwatteimmt at tho Hrnndela
tills evening. Mr. Howard, who bun been
absent from the cast for u few days,
owing to tho Illness ot his wife, rejoined
the company nt Hlonx City Inst night,
and will positively nppenr hero at all
Hrformanccs. Ills leading woman is
MIsh Mnble McCane. well known In
musical comedy. The company, num
bering over fifty, has lieen chosen for
tho tour by Mr. Howard himself. Thu
engagement Included ti matinee on Sat
Grace Cameron, tho well known sliming
comedienne, was In Omnha a short tlmo
yesterday, having stopped on her way
to Kails City, Neb., her home. Miss Cam
eron la now on thu Orphmim circuit and
will nppear In Omuha tutor In tho souson.
She Is JUHt returning from Kngland, whom
she made a tremnnduuti hit. tiho Iiuh
Drought back u number of brand new
songs, which she says eclipse all her
Ilctween tho Aborn KiihIImIi Grund
Opera company's appearance hero lost
season and Its coming engugement be
ginning November 3 at Boyd's, there have
been only three Important changes In
Its personnel Messrs, Aborn Hecuml tht
services of tha tinted Australian prima
donna soprano, ivy Hcott, after hor suc
cess last season In Havuge's "Tho Glr
of the Golden West," In which sho ap
beared In tho title rolo. A now tcniii
Is Kugnne Buttaln, who was heard for
merly In Hammersteln's company, and
Jayuo Herbert, contralto, who vni suc
cess as tha Gypsy Queen In thu New
York revival of "Tho Bohemian Girl,
has been transferred to this organisa
tion. Otherwise the Aborn Kngllsh
Grand Opera, company, to bo seen at
Boyd's theater. Is exactly tho sumo ns It
was when hero lust year.
Loin, tho Btoux Indian girl, who will
glvu a demonstration ot mind reading at
tha Orphcum next wook. Is considered
much moro remarkable than Anna Kvn
Vay, Thoro nro no trlckM of any hind
connected with her woik. Bho merely
rends her foster father's mind. All those
having questions of any kind to nsk ure
requested to present them to Lola next
Allwurd, whose selections on tho xylo
phone comprise ono of the entertaining
features of this week's bill at the Hippo,
drome, Ih remarkably fussy In thu mallei
ot his Instrument and invariably builds
ids own xylophones. That he builds well
Is best proven by his success with thp
Harry D. Ward, comedian with "The
Gay White Way," now playing at the
popular Gayoty, doubts at times whother
ho Is with tho troupo or not, for tho ; rea
son that when ho looks nt tho lithe.
graphs of himself ho finds that although
tho paper bears his namo the chin of the
face depleted does not boar any whiskers
nnd Mr. Ward Is quite positive that he
could not possibly step upon tho stage
without his ohlnploce, which looks the
dupllcnto of a dauber used In a shining
parlor. Indies' dlmo matlneo dally.
Mannger Kriuike ot tho Krug theater
expects ono of tho largest week day
crowds of the season In attendance at
"Minor's Americans" this evening, bo.
causo of tho country storo feature. Thli
Friday evening addition to thu show eiicb
week has been bringing out lurgwr crowds
on each succeeding Friday.
flvo bushels were secured nnd plnntoO
on tho S. J. Penny farm within a mile of
the depot. H wits planted October 10 and
the soil being In perfect condition It cmtm
up without delay and Ih now looking flno
and In good condition for winter.
BENTLEY IS NOT INCLINED
TO DISCLOSE THE SECRETS
CHICAGO, Nov, l.-l)eolarnK that In
formation that camo to him In his capac
ity us an attorney Is confidential under
tho ruling of the courts. Cyrus uentiey,
former counsel for tho McCorinlck liar
vester company, toduy declined to answer
questions regurdluK conferences held in
New York prior to tho organization of tin-
International Harvester compuny, when
called as a witness In the govcinmeut'i?
After discussion, witness mild he was
not present at tho meeting In New York
July IS, 1902, when preliminary steps for
the orgnnUatlon of the International uar
vester company wero taken.
K. N. Wood, secretary of the Interna
tional Harvester Company of America,
tho sales corporation for the alleged com
blnatlon, was called to Identify catalogues
and price lists sent out to agents between
19(0 and 1911, to show that tho different
lines of machUiesi beurlng tradu-murk
names wero ndvertlscd separately und
thut standard prices wero inulntalncd,
ST. JOSEPH MAN KILLED BY
TRAIN NEAR ABERDEEN
ABERDEEN. 6. p., Nov l.-(Bpocnl
T.iTm.l-Edward Connors, nged SO
years, who came from St. Joseph, Mo.,
threo weeks ago and secured employment
as a fnrm hand near Stratford, ten miles
from Aberdeen, wns run over und killed
by a train on the Mlnneupolls & St. Louis
road last night as he wus walking to
Aberdeen. It Ih bcllevod that Connors
fell asleep on tho track.
A Miootlnir SiTiipi-
with both parties wounded, di-inands
llueklen'a Arnica Salve. Heals wounds
rores, burns, bolls, cuts or r'le n'v "''
Beaton Prug Co. Advertisement
Is the Road to
ft 11 XI
BULL MOOSEJAY IN MILLS
County Canvassed by Adherents' of
Third Term Cause.
PLAN THAT WORKED OUT WELIi
ItepiilillcniiN PriVode the I,rocestoil
nnd Notify thn l'copto of tlio
t'omlnir of the II In- House-. "J
ULKXWOOI), la, Nov. 1 -(Special,) -.
This has been il boll mooco field tiny In
Mills county, nnd to make It an rritjrn
success tho republicans took a hand, 'pt
was something of a surprise to tho bull
mooeu outfit. . but the farmers and oth
ers enjoyed the situation. Tho bull rnoosaj
loaders had planned on an nutotnahjlo
trip, Intending to visit a number of tutvns
throughout tho county, to mako tltiir
speclul pleas for tho third-termer. Tho
rendovous was nt Mlnncola, from whence
tho procession moved In state to Silver
City, Henderson, Emerson, Hastings,
Malvern und Tabor, in tho order named.
Speeches wero programed for each of
The part the republicans played wait
simple. In order to malo suro that tho
bull moose orators got a good crowd fwd
a friendly hoarlhg, u party went ahead
of the procession along Its ndvcrtlwd
rotito, and put up placards and dlstrllhi
ted circulars, so the people might know
what It wns all about. This teuturu of
tho day wna really tho most successful
of tluv two, for when tlm bull monsu
speakers reached a stand they found tho
audience already prepared for their com
ing by thu perusal of the followln;;!
THE MOOSEIIS ARE COMING "
IN DECORATED AUTOMOllII.E&l
THEY ARE THE SUFFERING POOR
WITH CAM.OUKI-S APPEALING
Their automobiles were bought dining
Tnft'ii administration. Thu Moosets think
prices nrti too high. J
Cattle', 10 cents' a pound; hog, H cents
iv pound: wheat, W centH a bushel; ropi,
"E rents a bushel! potatoes, CO renin, a
bushel; hay, 13 a top; lubor, ti to )tsn
They want a cluuurn buck In thn c'lrrr.
lous times of 1S93 to 1897. They can B0t
mis ua uorcating tlie republican puny.
They cannot get such progressive, us.
nennior i.a roictte or Wisconsin,
Boimtor Kcnyon of Iowa,
Sunntor Rumh of Idaho,
Governor lladley of Missouri,
Governor Denuen ot Illinois.
But thoy got such patriots as:
William Fllnn of Pennsylvania,
George W. Perkins of Now York,
Dan R. llanna or Ohio,
And many Trustors of unbustcd trusts.
By all means lnt im li..ln ti riru
Steol Trust mill tin rirnnt Iturvnil.i.
Trust gut Into power. Thev nm such
good trusts" (for "Me.") r"
Ijft Us destroy the rpmihllumi imrlu lr
Ifntlfy ono mun's ambition.
iiuy mun now says tho republican party
only u "husk." hot hi, ,11,1 nt ,n.,.,....-
this till hn failed to get Its nomination
for u third term. This made It a "hUMlT"
uy an means let us liuvo 1893 lo 1S17
l.et IIM CfUUtn In Itn tlilnlilni-
become blind hero woi'shltmr. smfb
let s have a c.hunge back to U93-1S97 t
Cattle, 3 cents a pound; hogs, S cents a,
pound; wheat, tJ cents u bushel; corn,
lu cents a bushel; potatoes, lt cents a
uiiim en: iiuj, w a inn; luuor, il a uay. it
the laborer can find work. ,v
Certainly, let the tlinns be refurmed.
Whot shnll wo then care ubout priced
or markets or unythliut else. s
, vo us ieouy nnu a niangoi t '
Thu delicacy anil flm.m.uH ,,r 1,1. niiiir-
Is Hhown In the following selections frdm
hlH choice thoughts and pious sayings
"AlV- hat Is In the ring,'' r
"Wo licked "em to a fraazle." -t
"us in..i.ui '
..... vu iiii.ii nuiur piexus. '
wo slugged cm through the ropes?"'
"Thiiv itn. nil lliii'R. tlilva tL
hers." ' "
"Wo stand at Armageddon and we flht
for the lird." T,
(in the ring.)
J he lnooat'iR nrn nxluimi.il nf iha nnvili
of Uitpoln. Grant and McKlnlcy, and npt
seek Its destruction for the solo rcasun
Hint it refused to glVo Roosevult tho nom
ination for a third term.
Washington would not have Grunt
could not get a third term. l44
Tho moosers exult Roosevelt aho.vn
Washington nnd Ornnt. and try to give
him what Lincoln would not have uskeo
Ik Rnnsuvclt greater than Washington!
Jefferson, Jucksou, Lincoln. Grant ana
Shull thn old party bo destroyed to gltp
ono mun u Human holldiu ?
Hard Work is Done "
By Oreigliton Squad
With the big gHine with t Louli uni
versity at hand Coach Miller t tl.t
Ci-elghton foot ball team Is working Ti s
men In the limit. The entire Miuad tuia
been kept on the flold until after durtt
every nftornoou, and Miller has developed
a seiles of trick plays.
Creightoii men nro not worried rvtr
the fm-t that St. Louis Is hald to ImVe
their trick plays tabulated. Althous'i
practice has been held behind locked
gates for the lust few weeks. It was re
ported that Crolghton's jdavs were lr
lng watched. It was said that St Louis
scouts attended the Murquettc twine
The toaiu In condition with the r
cuptlon of Levey, who Is suffering from
a minor Injury. The men have entirely
l-eeovered from the gruolllmj battle of last
Saturday, and are anxious to score their
first victory over St. Louis, The ba(s
rield Is showing the dash and snap which
distinguished Its work In (he Maruuetln
game, while Miller runs the team with
precision. The line has been given par
tlculor uttentlon this week, and sherds
Coach Miller has had the help of Kddl
Crelghton and Otis Morganthuler, fv
former Crelghton star linemen,