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THE BKR: OMAHA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1912.
HOW SOLONS KEEP BUSY!
Occupations of Member of the Next
BALANCE DUE ON MONUMENT
iiwnilllrr In ChlciUM le"lr Dpll
i nlp f l.lntmln KItoc, tint fiotilp
tr Will Xnt aHU- it WHIiont
Consent at Xelirasltann.
(tYom a Htaff Correspondent )
1AXCOVS, Neb.. Dec StSpeol&U
,V roster of the members of the next Ne
braska, legislature shows that nearlr H
nf the moit important vocations lit life
will be represented.
In the senate the lawyers, lw1 be Ilrt
t ttJ aoven members, while tenner nnd
rral e?tate men follow doxely with nix
i a h The merchants ar represented
with four, while the- bankers are In evi
dence with only two. Manufacturers,
1 hyslclann, editor, lumber lefili:r8, drug
gist arul grain men will linvo to look
to ono man each if they witnt to Bt
In on the ground floor. One roan. Charles
Krumbach of Shelby. It" ' "ro
t'rrd," but rioi-a not state what ho rr
rd from. Ono ox-nherlff. Henry V.
HoaKland of Lancaster county -will try
i Ute hln fellow' renatora In the rlajht
oinplrilon of Hcnn.tr.
The senate will stand eighteen re.
pjbllcans nnd fifteen democrats. If
Mayor Ocoige WwU of Fremont, whoiw
c.at la contested by a democrat. . n.
nnllorn, lose out It will make tha
irnatc nearly a tie, the republican huv.
i.jk only wn majority.
Of tho farmer In the senate tnrce aro
dtinocraU and three republicans. Thero
ure five lawyer, whu are republlCMii
and two who olalm lo bo democrats. Tho1
real eatnti 'men stand throfl and three,
while of the tow merchants, threw of
them ore members of tho O. O. I. Oi
the two banUcir, oiw Id n republican
nnd the other a democrutlc, Tho Ijmo
.nlitor In the serial la a democrat, Will
iam II. Hmltli of Howard, N'otwlthatand
Iiik the onunltatlon of tho now party,
none of the member of the senate seem
to bo lUted a "proBresslvoH."
In tho houio tho fanuorfl ra to bo
In the lead to a great extent, there he
InK thirty-nine tiller of tho soil, twenty
three of them belnff democrat. One mart,
W, Z, Taylor of Culbertaon, calif himself
a farmer and a lawyi.r, both nnd also
u democrat. Eleven lawyer will nee that
verythl!Hr In tho )ouu la done legally.
Of these, clcht aro republicans and thre
democrat. Eleven reprmentnUvep are
put down aa on the "'retired" Mat, nnd
all of them are democrat except three.
Ktht bankers are Included- They are
all republicans oxoept two, Thero are
nine real estato mert In the house and
five ot them are republicans. Six mer
chants wilt be found In tho lower branoh
of the legislature, threo being republican
,1'our ffratn dealers' and all democrats,
complete the list of where thero are moro
than ono of any kind of vocation. The
balance Is divided tip aa manufacturer,
physician, druggist.- insurance, contrac
tor, Ucntlut, laundry, telephone, engineer
and Implement dealer) while ono editor.
V. H. Cronln, of Tito O'Neill Frontier, a
republican, Is the only newspaper , man
tlccted to tho lowerbiunch.
Division f llu(f.
The house will he divided with fifty
five democrats . and forty-flto ropubll
uns. andstraWPtl-a. Mn,;
..tc, nonpVAfylWd In "pregrwi v.
This will fitvrf 'he lejcitlature a demo.
. ratio major bn (Joint ballot ot seven,
providing rtoichabges are made, by rea.
nm of contests.
l'aylni- for Monninoait.
It will be but ft short time, uceordlns
to Hecretan- of State -Walt, until tho
now detlolt oh (ho I-onooln monument Is
fully provided for. Thl amount la still
due the sculptor, but thero Is little to
f-ar but that tho amount will ho forth-
omlng. The tatue has met with much
approval abroad that committee In
f MPB.BO which desires to erect a monu-
,.nt to Lincoln In that city has asked
tho sculptor; Danl'et C. French, to make
them one, ' a1 duplicate of tho Wncoln
ftatue. Mr. French has Informed them
that the Lincoln statue Is entre,ly In the
hands of trie' people,' of Nebraska and
that no duplicate can 'Do made without
ilio consent it .tho Nebraska veopie,
unii.in Siudrnt luluretl.
Whllo mixing potassium chlorate and
sulDhurlo acid In the ohemUtry ueparv
ment of the irtato utilvcrelty In an on
deavor to hrlnB out something in the
xperimentnl line, John Tliomaaeti, a Htu
rtent. was seriously and painfully burned
hyf the explosion of the mixture. Ills
eyes are badly liu.ned. but It Is not
thought that tho vul be pennanonUy
ml it Is thought that by soAio mistake
the young" man used too treat an amount
of the compound.: Thomasen Is a stu
dent of the agricultural collego and his
home la In Sutton.
in a lecture to the Lancaster county
medical society last H&iurday evening, Dr.
J M. Mayhewl'Of Lincoln sold that W
per cent of tho unfortunate girls In the
Htale Industrial School for Olrls at Mil.
ford were "high srado imbeciles." Ho
tated that mental Insnttlclenoy Is In
creoJilns at an alarmlnB rate and that
th percentage of defectives had trebled
in the last four decado. He said that
h large percentage of the poor girls who
are sent there, while not exactly feoble
minded,, are nevertheless to some extent
wak-rmndd and their offspring must
ueoBsarllv be affected. As a means ot
prevention he suggestea two methods.
segregation" and "sterlllxatlon of de
fectlvea," He favored the latter as the
better solving of the problem, consider
ng the former almost lmpocalble.
Sited at Schuyler.
SCHUYLRU. Neb., Dec. S.-(Speclal.)-
Tho Vnlon Pacific rallroait Is about to
ktart work bore on a new passenger wait
tug shed opposite tho present depot. This
Uilt te more than welcome to patrons ot
the road as heretofore It has been ncces
sary for passengers alighting from west
bound trains to wait In tho ditch until
the train left before they could get into
ho depot or busses.
Workmen Ulrct Officers.
SCHUYLElt, Neb., Dec 8. Special)
''olfax lodge No. X, Ancient Order
I nlted Workmen, held Its annuel election
acre last night. The following officers
were elected: William Smith, master
workman; John Way, foreman; C II,
fcmlth. recorder; A Vanhousen. treas
urer i "". Ilaadc, financier, and, a
Webber, trustee, A smoker and general
oo! time was In order after the election
V(rt at Orlrnns.
oP.LHANtJ. Neb.. Dec. S.-(SpUl.)
Fire broke out In the office of Watklns'
Hi a " livery barn about 2 o'clock thl
wornlnr .Prompt action of the fire de.
tmttment nulcklv extinguished tlis
flame?. About llto damage reiittted, fully
covered by Insurance
NEWS OF CUMING COUNTY
AND OF WEST POINT
WTflT 101NT, Neb.. Dec. 8.-(peclol0
-The condition of Mrs. Henry Hunker,
who Is lylnu dangerously 111 nt the fam
ily residence In Wet l'olnl. Is chusUik
alarm to her frlnds and fnmly. Mis.
Hunker Is of advanced ago and has al
ways enjojrd good health. She la a Pio
neer of Cuming couny. having rpsldnd
hero over forty yars. Her two daugh
ters, members of tho religious order of
St. Francis, Slslers Maurltla of Denver
and Consolate of Iul8Vllle. Ky., ore nt
their mother's bedside.
Helnrlck Ilopers. an used nnd well
known citizen of West l'olnt. wna buried
Friday. The deceased was a native ot
Hanover. Germany, and was v years
of age. He la survived by his three
children. The remains were Interred tin
der tho auspices of tho Ocnnun Lutheran
church, Itov. A. Jt- Oelachlaegei,
piutor, officiating Mr. Itopcrs was a
veteran of tho Franco-PrusMa war and
a member of the local camp of the
Jjuetchses Laildwehr veteln.
Mrs. ICdword Wolff of 81. Hiarles pro
clnct, haa left, for Omaha to undergo an
operation Rt tho hospital Xor appendicitis.
August Johnson, a farmer of Oumlng
township, died at a uonatorlum at Lin
coln on Friday. Mr. Johnson had suf
fered for a long period with a cancerous
affection. Tho funeral will take place
at the HwimJIsIi aiotnomai gnuitii m
crn Cuming rounty. Tho Ueceaseu v. a
years of Hjse. and leaves a winnw unci
ABLE ROCK CHURCH
nn rnnTCC AMMIU CHQARY '
UuLuDnH i co nnm.ui.vn...
I'AnT.M IIOCIC. Neb. Dec. S.-(Hpii0J J
fi. fi...firtii iintilvuraury and wo
A III? V -
dedication of the Methodist Hpiscopm
church at this place oommenred Thurs
day ovonlng and will last over Sunday,
Tho oponlnB sermon wuh preaehiil by
IlfiV. J. W. Kmbreo, V. V., on Thursday
evening". Mrs. F. D. Norrls. Mrs. Coi-a
Hni.nrr. Mrs. tabb liedea and Mrs, viola
Darnurd rea4 papors yesterday afternoon,
At 3:30 o'clock occurred tho Installation
f officers' of thu Humlay school, nnd
papers were read oy '"-w
iof. Jj. M. Mohler. An addremt was
clvon last evotilng by L. O. Joiimi of Un-
c"ln. president of tho Nebraska Kpwortn
HKcmbl.v. Saturday uftnrnoon the pro
gram was a "History or xauio iwan w
J I. Taylor, "History of Table nook
Methodist Church" by George Goodrich,
ud an original aunlvwary mm b,y H.
Marble, followed by Imprompttt au-
dresses bv old Hvttlers. Dr. ulff of
Denver will deliver his celebrated lectui-o.
Tho Boys of l-5," or "Xl Bunny Mde
of Holdlw IJfo" In the evening.
BANK MORTGAGE ON
CIRCUS DECLARED VALID
FAIWIU11Y, Neb., Dec. S,-(Swx:iul.)-n
action to show that tlie J,O0O chattel
mortglge held by the FJrst National bank
f this city ngnlnst tho Cnmpbell
llro. Consolldatod Hhows was void oc-
upled tho attention of tho district oourt
for several days and resulted In a verdict
for thn dsfcndQtU BMurday. A number
ot directum and stockholders of tho
Campbell Hros. oircus and the Virtt
National bank were examined. Messrs
Ileasy & Harries appeared for the bank.
After si the evidence- was in Judge L. M.
Pemberton Instructed tho Jury to return
verdict for tho defendant, which was
IRE CAUSES HEAVY
LOSS AT FALLS CITY
FALLS CITY. Neb.. Dec. &.-(Speclul.)
A destructive fire broke out In tho
Spatli barbet1 shop at 3 o'clock' In the
morning, which destroyed the shop and
pread to the Home Shoo store, com
pletely ruining the stock and building..
The Itlehardson Couny bank building Was
fire In soveral different places and
the Masonto lodge room on tho third
floor sustained the greater damage. 'Loss
In all lif about partially covered
Xqivs Notes of Ilrahlrr.
DKHHLEH, Nb Den. S.-(Ppecial )-
Tho railroads of Thayer county havo
Just paid taxes us follows: Chicago &
Northwestern, l,St.61i lUirllngton & Mis
sourl. $U,1W.; Rock Island, K.tW.IK;
drand Island. Jb.v20.13; a total of $2r.lS7.7.
PI. Peters' Lutheran church will cele-
brnto Its twenty-fifth anniversary Sun
day Willi special services and a mission
feast. Prof. Wellrr of Seward will prwach
tho principal sermon. The present pastor,
Huv. William Cholcher, was tho first
permanent pastor and haH been in charge
for twenty-three years.
H. J, Clark, who has been In tho serv
ice ot the Hock Island twenty-thrvo
ear,, for the last twelve years agent at
Dehler. has resigned and was ohecked
out Thursday. C. II. S5ook. relief agent.
Is In el targe, with Harry Urlttenham ot
rtuakln as helper. Deshler Is tho sixth
station on tho Hock Island system In Ne
braska, In the volumo ot business.
Jackson & Itennlck ot Nelson have u
largo forco of men and teams at work on
the water main extension nnd will have
water In the new college In a couplo ot
Tho Dhlor Light and Power company
xpcct to have the system of boulevard
lights In operation by the middle of next
week. The posts nro Iron, eleven fet
high, with five lights., Klghteen lKsts
ore being Installed on the three business
blocks. The residence section Is lighted
with twenty-four powerful Incandescent
Phllby & Mcllale have a largo force
of men and teams working on the new
Luthvran college. Several cars of brick,
ttlo and lime have arrived for the build-
lixcavatlou work Is about finished for
the Itlchoy building and work on the
foundation will start at once and the
building, a modern brick, will he rushed
Itnral Life Institute nt Dunbar.
DUNBAR. Neb.. Deo. $.-(8peclal.)-A
successful three days' convention of the
Hum! life Institute closed here today.
Kev. Matthew B. McNut of New York
City, field assistant of the department
of church and country life of the I
Presbyterian Board of Home Missions.
was present and delivered addresses on
"Rural Life Problems" and "The Country
Church." non. C, C. Marshall of Lin
coln, president of the State Hortlcul.
tural society ot Nebraska, was also on the
program and delivered three strong
lectures his last one being "In the Old
Orchard Worth Keening lie. V
Love ot the First Preslvlerian th.it.li
here was kji active participant also in
making this experiment here a success.
Mmrt Course In Aajrlrnlturr.
UPLAND. Neb. ,Def . S -fpcelnl.)-Uli-land's
third annual short course in
Agriculture and Ho boot of Domestic
frlence, will bs held from December S
to 12. Amongst tho speakers expected
are Profs. IMgsley, Chase,, Camllch, Mist
Sabln and Miss D&ntol. Knough tickets
have already been sold to Insure a greater
success than last year.
l'riieetliia for Hold nt Melln,
STKLLA, Neb., Dec R.-(HpcclaI.)
fncner Ilarnes, a farmer living eight
rullea nurtli of Stella, Is nrranglng to drill
another test holo nt tils farm In an at
tempt to reach gold bearing quartz of
pnylnft niiantlty. A hole several hundred
feet deep was ruined when the drill broke
off and could not ho recovered. It wa
while drilling a well lost summer that
gold ore was struck.
lli Cnnuht Under I.ond of Wood.
AUHUItN, Neh Dec. 8.-(Speclnl.)-Two
sons of John Stuckenholtx, noar
Julian, W'ere seriously Injured when a
loud of wood upset nnd fell on them. One
Imy has a broken arm, and the other was
badly bruised and rendered unconscious
for a number of hour.. Tho boys are
otdy 9 and IS years of age.
Will Insure! Company K.
fleHUVLKn, 'Neb.. Dec. Speclat.)
Coinpsny If, Second Infantry, Nebraska
National guard, wll be Inspected by Ma
jor lewln If, dago, chief of ordnance,
on December 11. Tho drill nnd Inspection
Is to ascertain It thet company Is fully
equipped for active field duty. Captala
N 11. II pes will bo In command
KEARNEY, Neb., Dec. g.-(Bpec)Hl.)
a vote of 15 to b. tho Htockholders of
the IJuffalo County Grain nnd Llvo Stock
association yesterday afternoon decided
lo Icnso their elevator In Kearney to n
prlvato operator until July 1, 19191.
- FILIPINO'S CAUSE
(Continued from Pau One.)
ment nt this time or In the future until
war comes.. Attention Is ale directed
ngnlii to thn great shortage In tho supply
of field artillery, which cannot be pur
chased abiond In time of war and re
qiilrfH years to manufacture. Taking ft
lesson from thu present great struggle
In tho east, Secretary Sttuison says: "Tho
amount which wo havn permitted to ac
cumulate would bo Insufficient for a
single engagement of the character of tho
engagements In either the Husiio-Japan-
eso or th present HaJkan war."
llaum In Mrrunis.
Suggestions of the old controversy be
tween the executive and congress over
tho conutrutrtlon ot dams In navigable
streams without compensation to the gov.
eminent are contained In a long chapter
of the report dealing with the attempt
of tho War department to protect such
streams from irlvato Jeopardatlons. Tho
seurrtary reiterates hla vlows already laid
before congress In rounoctlon with the.
veto la.t Hcsnlon of the Coosa river dam
bill, and hn again urges that existing laws
bq amended so that tho guarantee of a
dam privilege bo required to pay a rea
nonable sum to tho government, the pro-
coeds to bo used for the development
of the stream, where the dam Ib located.
Thu International Waterways commls
ulon hn oomnleted Its Investigation of
tho boundary waters between the United
States and Canada und with tho exception
of tho final report upon " a dam at the
outlot of Lake Erie," delayed by tho ill
nesii of one ot tho Canadian engineers,
and It Is suggested that the commission
bo extended to April 1, 1911.
I'urln llleiiii CltlseiiHlilp.
1'Yir the Porto ltlcans, tho secretary
urges cltlxonnhip. declaring that It was
promised nnd that It had been earned by
loyalty. Tho Island should also havo a
Department of Labor and Agriculture and
a Department of Health and Sanitation,
as well ns a rigorous civil service law,
and nil Judicial officers, nonelectlvo
should bo mado nppolntlv.
A remarkable rvcltal of the develop
ment of the Philippines In ways of
civilisation during tho fourteen yearn ot
American occupation U given In Jlio re
port. It is declared that there Is no other
Instance in history, where, after four
years of war and Insurrection, to over
7,W,000 of an entirely alien race havo been
so wjon given not merely the forms of
civil control, but Immediate und extensive
participation In theli' own government
"Similarly." says the secretary, "there
Is no parallel to tho material, mental,
and moral progress shown In these ten
years of civil government by to many
millions of people, held for centuries in
Ignorance, und In effect In political and
economic bondage." After making thii
stntemunt Secretary .Stlntson pro d to
detail at lungth what has been uccom
pllshrd In each separate direction In the
Islands; tho sanitation, the education, the
development of new Industries, tho open
Ing of the lands to small farmers, tho con
struction ot harbor works and railroads
and Irrigation plant.
Work Just lleuun.
"Yet with all this progress, our work
In the Philippines has Just commenced,"
continues the secretary. "Halt of the
get new life aud vigor by
talcing Scott 'a Emulate
after every meal.
It revitalizes the watery
blood and furnishes Nature
with new nourishment to make
rd, activa, httd-thy Wood aui
th nsrus centers. Scott'a
Emttlaion strengthen the
bones and clothes them with
Scoti'a Emulaien assimi
lates so quickly it conserves
energy and compels health.
Pcott & Sowne, Btoomtcld. K. J. U-N
children born In Manila dlo In Infancy;
and 1,000,00) children are without schools;
the old system of jx-onage Is still accepted
by the masses, who unless protected by
Americans would fall ready victims to the
rich and educated Philippine minority."
The American policy, he says, should be
continued to completion for "until thnt
time all proposals for Independence are
pleas for national recreancy on our part,
and for the repudiation of tho heavy and
difficult burden which thus far we have
been bravely and consistently sustaining.
I5ven more Is It unjust to tho great massej
of Filipino people, In whoso behalf tho
high sounding slogan of 'liberty' and 'In
dependence' are shouted. After navlns;
been for centuries sunk In Ignorance and
held In economic subjection, they are now
being aroused to self-supporting man
hood and being welded Into national
solidarity. Along this line, and along
this line alone, lies tho true port of
liberty and Independence.
The closing chapter of the report deals
with the Panama canal of which It Is
said, that, while tho official date ot
penlng Is set for January 1. 1MB, It Is
the intention to allow vessels to utlllzo
it as soon as possible probably durlnc
the latter half ot 1913. The secretary
states that while ho still believes the
United States cbji repay tolls to American
easels using the canal, lie Is strongly
of tho opinion that such remission of
tolls be not granted, as they are necessary.
UPON WOMAN SUFFRAGE
LINCOLN, Neb, .Dec. .-No effort will
be made to submit a prohibition amend
ment to th people of Nebraska under tho
recently adopted Initiative and recall
provision before the year 1H. This was
tho definite announcement mode this
evening by H. V. Carson, superintendent
of the Nebraska anil-saloon league.
Tho expectation had been that the Hal
ation would begin at the meeting of the
legislature next month. Superintendent
Carson said the league was In a way de
ferring to the women, who were anxious
to have the matter kept In abeyanco in
the hope that they may be granted the
right ot suffrage before the question Is
ubinltted. Mr. Carson tsald there were
no differences of opinion among the
league officials on the matter
IS DAMAGED BY FIRE
PiriNCIiTON. N. J., Die. 8,-Flre.
which for a Umc threatened the whole
of WHhersjMjon Hall, one of the uni
versity's largest dormitories, was ills,
covered early this morning in u suite
occupied by M, M, Dixon of Washington,
D. C, and M. M. Critihlow of Salt Lak
City, both members ot the eenlor class.
Practically the entire student body re
sponded to tho emergency call and formed
a bucket brigade which fought the flro
until the arrival of tho town fire deport
ment.' The tiro wa confined to three
ultes, The damage amounted to about
Implement Men to 51 eel.
SIOITX FALLS, H. D Dec. .8De-
clal.) Arrangements have been concluded
for the fourteenth annual convention of
the Retail implement Dealers' Associa
tion of fiouth Dakota, Southwestern Min
nesota and Northwestern Iowa, which
will open In Sioux Falls on Tuesday
overling, December 10, and continue In
svsslon until Thursday evening.
Omaha Towol Co. new telephone num
ber Douglas S2S.
ket when you want them. No danger of their being wilted
or spoiled. You can always have the very best of cranberries
No waste you don't have to wash or
" pick them over'' even sterilized before
You can keep a package in your home
fer a year and they won't lose their flavor
or freshness because only the water is
Thenwhen you wish to use them, sim
ply soak in water and you have 'cran
berries that will imake.the most delicious
Sauce, Pie, Pudding or Jelly.
The flavor ef Makepeace Evaporated
Cranberries it ihe most appetising you
talk unfckdy event of your dealer not Laving Makepeace Evm.
ewateel Cnuaberries, tell falsa to get these for you from Us jobber.
A. D. MAKEPEACE COMPANY, Waraham (on Cape Cod), Ma.
CAMPBELL (a WEST
Distributors, - - - 4- Omaha
PERFECT DISSOLUTION PLAN
Union Pacific's S. P. Stock May Not
do to U. P. Stockholders.
SO SAYS WALL STREET PAPER
frobithlr Will Be Offered to 9. I.
Stockholders Would fean V.
P. Tint tn Bay Central
So far the street has considered that the
suthtlon of thn Union and Southern Pa
clflo problem was buried under a inns?
of complications arid threats of litigation.
It has been the consensus of opinion that
It would take months to evolve a plan.
"The plan Is already evolved. There la
Is a possibility of moderate rights on
Southern Pnclflo stock. There Is no like
lihood that Central Pacific will be sold or
ovon leased to Union Pacific. There Is
no reason to expect litigation, therefore
over tho selling price ot Central Pacific
and the distribution of Union Pacific's
holdings ot Southern Pacific stock will
probably be achieved without litigation
ns to the rights of Union Pacific pre
ferred. "Rather than distribute Its J12e.6S,00
Southern Pacific stbek to Union Pacific
stockholders as a dividend and ask the
court to approve a plan which might In
volve long litigation over the rights of
Union Pacific preferred stock. Union Pa
cific will probably offer Its Southern Pa
cific stock to Southern Pacific stock
holders, the offering to be underwrlttrn
by a syndicate. This would not only ob
viate litigation but would ylld Union Pa
cific at least $10,000,000 cash arid solve tho
high cost ot money problem for Union
Pacific for some time to come. This
money would be gradually turned Into thn
proporty to the equal benefit of the pre
ferred and common stockholder.
.Solution Keeuis Probably.
This solution Is much more llkuly
than that Union Padflo will sell Its
Southern Patiflo stock to a syndicate,
although that might be done and would
have the same result aa regards Union
Pacific's treasury and escapo from high
money and litigation. That the Southern
Pacific company will be asked to pur
chase and retire this SUC,6H),0CO block of
Its' own1 stock Is not a plausable sugges
tion as Southern Pacific would have to
finance the purchase through sale of
bonds, it would increase tho oompany'H
capitalization and at thn rate at which
bonds now soil the annual charges on
the larger amount of bonds would bo
greater than the S per cent annual dlvl-
den on the lesser amount of stock. That
the Union Pacific's Southern Pacific
stock might be given to the Southern Pa
cific company hi exchange tor Its Central
Pacific stock Is a reasonable suggeeUon
There is Only One
Laxative Bromo Quinine
VXD THE WORLD OVER TO CURB A COLD IN OH DAY.
Always; rnletnbcr tho fall name.
forthlu signature on erpry box.
Yes, and nice tart ones, too
the kind that grow big and
plump in the rich cranberry
bogs of Cape Cod. No danger
of not finding them in the mar
ever tasted, because they're selected berries,
ripened on the vine and picked by hand when
at their ripest and best. Ordinary berries
sold in bulk from barrels have to be
picked green, you know.
Ask your grocer today for Makepeace
Evaporated Cranberries. Cooking re
ceipts inside the package just follow di
rections then if you don't say they are
better thanany CTanbcrriesyouever bought
simply take them back to the dealer and
he willcheerfullyrefund your money. Com
parison is the real test. You be the Judge.
were the Central Pacific likely to change
Offer to S. P. Stockholders.
Offer of the Union Pacific's holdings of
Southern Pacific stock to Southern Pa
clflc (stockholders as the most proboble
move suggests that Including tho rights
of holders of the tftl.lM.SlO Southern Pa
cific convertible bonds the IIW.650.000
Southern Pacific stock held by Union Pa
cific would be offered to the holders of
the equivalent of 2ftSAOO,000 Southern Pa
clflo stock, or In the ratio of about -50
Der cent of their present holdings. Wer
the stock offered at par the rights at th
present market of around 10S would be
worth, theoretically, about $3.
There Is no reason to expect retire
ment of the Oregon Short Line refunding
4s under which Union leucine's J108.OM.flOO
Southern Pacific stock is pledged. The
Indenture provides for the subsUtutlon 9f
other collateral and Union Pocino has
ovev tWO.OOO.OOo unpledged securities on
which to draw for substitute. More
over,$S6.000,000 of the 100,V)0. Short Lino
bonds are In the Union Pacific treasurr
and the Indenture provides that these
may be deposited ns partial security for
the' remaining S,0C.00 of the Issue out
standing. This of Itself would release
probably $75,000,000 of the Southern Pa
cific stock, requiring the deposit ot com
paratively little additional collateral to
release the remaining 28.a,9 stock. Bo
far as the separation of Union and South
ern Pacifies offer little obstacle.
CUSTER CITY, S. D., Dec. .-(Spe-clal.)
The funeral of Thomas Bellmorc,
who was killed In a most tragic manner.
Is being held here today. Bellmare was
lianllng water for a threshing engine, and
when but a short distance from the
threshing outfit, tils team became fright
ened at some object and soon after they
started to run. Bellmare falling from the
tank wagon and the heavy wagon, con
taining water, passed over his chest.
L. O. Kdirard.
PERU. Nb., Dec 8.SpeclaD-L. Q.
Edwards, iin old settler of this vicinity,
died suddenly nt Hot Springs, Ark., last
week. Tlie body was shipped to Peru
for burial. Mr. Edwards came to Iirown
vllle In ISM and wbh for some years a
freighter on the Fort JCearney and Ore
ORLEANS, Neb.. Dec. S.-SpeeiaL-Mrs.
Working of Sallno. Knn., died last
night of heart failure at the home of a
daughter. Mrs. J, X. Ranks.
HROCK. Neb., Dec 8.-(Speclai.)-John
M, Barnsteter and Miss Olla Young were
married at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. V. W. Young, by Rev. Mr.
Urlggs In tho presence of seven) gues's.
The attendants were Calyxt Young and
Miss Vcrrta Houston. The couple will
make their home on n farm near Brock,
CHADKON. Neb., Dee. 9.-8p.elal.V-One
of Dawes county's young ranchmen,
Lenus A. Larson, was' married at Oulde
Rock, Neb., to ltuth Elizabeth Simpson
at the residence of the bride's parents
this week. The bride and groom wero
classmates at flrand Island college.
Tno llaaluiniln Killed,
BIOUX PALLS, S. r3., Dec .-(tfpe-clal.)
To lose two husbands ns the re
sult of accidents Is the ssd experience
of a, woman who formerly resided In
South Dakota,' and who several ycHts
ago became the wife of G. Willis Moort.
Prior to her second marriage she wna
known as .Mrs. Gertrude Evorts-Wheel-ock,
and for many years resided In Sully
county, where some years ago her first
husband Was killed as the result ot nn
accident at their home. Upon remarry
ing she and her second hupband took
up their residence near Hlawnthn, Knn,
Now Information has reached the friends
of Mrs. Moore In South Dakota thnt Mr,
Moore was Instantly killed by the ex
plosion of nn acetylene gaH tank in tha
cellar of their Kansas home.
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ef appointments and
tafia Roomi with Bath, $3.50
Double Rooms with Bath (two
persona), $5.00 to 58.00.
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