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GRAIN RE09RDSARE BROKEN Good Roads Boosters
Locm Exchanged the BiBBcst I Meet in McOook Today
Month in Its History. ,,r ,. ... ' , , . , ,.
" Mri'OOK, Neb.. Feb. 3. (Special.! Tin-
. , next animal session nf tho Oiimlm-Ufi-
CORN CONTINUES TO COME IN , v,.r atmtl Uoh.i association win be i.h.i
1 In Mrt'ook, Tiinilay, February I, iiimI
Receipts fur Iniinnry llicrril Ship
ment li Tvto M lllliin i iini
for Till M on III 4 'mil In lies
( Pour In.
Jaii iary was tho biggest moiitli In the
1 istory of the Omaha, drain cxchangi.
Thr. receipts were approximately '.t),Wi
an the shipments 6,000.000 bushels of
sraln. Including wheat, corn, oats mid
In ttir matter of corn, It In anticipated
that February la going to bo better
month than Jnuuary. Owing to a good
deal of the corn not having thinotighly
ilil'd nut, the receipts mid shipments
were not heavy. Now the. cereal li In
jilmc condition and the shipments nre
romliiB nt ii lively nitc. .SIot of the ooni
Ih koIiik south, liusi' iiuuiitltlen holng for
i xport mid still Iiukoi- iiuiintltlca for the
j-lantntloiiB mid for mllllni;.
Tram Killed li- Triiln.
UlUUllON', Neb.. Keb. . a.-(Hpoelul.-
team of horren beloiiRlni; to Iawreuc
A ohland was killed by u train here o'i
iM'-iUay The nnltnnln were warnl bj a
Htvlti'U niKlno and ran ncinw tne traot !
In front of a niovlni; Ktilnp of cars.
Unu anlmnl had four feet cut off and f.ic 1
other wni so badly hurt thutjt had to bo (
nhot The waKon wan lladly wreelied. A i
ll-jcar-old noli of Mr. Valiland who w'a
III the xraRon was badly brulneil about
tho face and Hide. The team wan vaiuel
Hln-ady the IikIIi'iiIIoUh are for our of the !
bent and Ii)rt utteudeil nirellngx In
the hiktoiy of the ansuclutlon. and thf
inutti'i- of betler loadH, ewperlnlly the j
promotion of the Interest of the Omaba
Ueiiver traiiKcoiitilii'iital route l e- '
peeted to be Riven a material boost at
thin mwlmi, an men of iiromlnenee will
be piepcut from vnrloim pails of tin''
Htnte and will Hildretm the Rj'Hloim. Guv- I
ernor Mooieheail will be here and has i
promlMHl to speak at one of the seKHlonx J
I'r. OverRiiard, president of the Nebraska I
Automobile nnxoclatlou, will Hpeak. com-
IliK from Kremont. The Denver Chamber !
of rommeren ha promised to have a
lepresentathe at the Henloiin and to de
liver an addioHfi on kooiI romlf, cupecl-ally-
wllh leferelico to the Brent route
now runnltiK from Omaha to Denver
throui.Mi 'this city. The MeHoolt t'ominer- I
rial club will rIvp tho deleKaten a ban.
pint and mnoker with toast list In tho
evenlnu. Tho ipiestlon Of Rood loads
will be Riven a , vlKoroun and forceful
boost at this session as the people of this
section reeoRiilr.e the valuable worth of
the Rrent loute.
Allen Makes Effort
to Get Stehr Free
Ti?' nor the 'c vy 'aulino, Ks'u&rs thb 'oases
OOri OUT THE flMMGlZ flMMEfi flMMCR OM
the rao 'lariwny'
GCHTLEMEH Be SEATED
TnMoo-MornM johnsoh, how
MNy chilluh una you7
interlocutor- i Hove threc
IHTERLOCUTOR. yen. Huw DID
71MBO -flH Wfl& J"U6" LOOhfIN'
AT DE TOP o youH Herta
N'flwaef you Hna rvo
Bones wn.L now srycy;
WHEM VOU THINK SHEi'a '
HOME WITH SflBy &HE My OP
our with flse
lliiuil i:iectloii nt I'nlrbury.
I'AinUtriSY. Neb., Tcb. 3.-(Speclal.)
spcelut bond election will be held l'i
Kalrbnry. Tueaday, for the purpose of
votliiK on the $13,000 bond Issue. Tin
school board desire to purchase the 1'nli
bury hospital for an additional .scho d
l ulldltip Tho (jtetiou will be held In (lie
illy hall building nt Fnlrhtiry.
Real and Honest
On of our cuitointra Satur
day said t "I always attand
XtraxaVa aalait tor aran If thay
nflvartlis a anoa for BOo, X
know It la a, btjrli arada shoa
tor asaoapuonai ynine."
Slits nrs rolnr fast. We
adTlaa you to talcs advantat;
of thate bttrffalna at one.
Misses' and Children's
l.xtrn lilsh top. button
aboes. In cun metal, calf,
patent colt ami tan. 10
Boys' and Youths
U liravy winter ahoes. .
tan and black, Incluillpt;
84. 98 and $3 Taluaa
200 palm uf men's patent
roll, button and blueher,
broken lota, the itrcatost
bufenlitti ever offered
88, $s and 14 Yaluaa
200 puira Wonien'H tniuv
ilress party slippers, in
patent leather, beaded and
"ti, $4 and $3.50 Valuta
;00 pairs on the table,
broken slues In women's
blueher kuii metal, calf,
kid. awl patent idt
500 pair woinen'o tlire
strap kid houo Slippers
C1.0D nnd S3.S0 Valuta
100 palrw broken alies, wom
en's fancy Hreis Mlpperx
In patent, bid and till
Cat Prices for Women
0 Hiuinu8, import-C
A Tltlonllltl rl 1 f V
$0 Hauan jtatont cottc i 45
vamp dull kid top.A
fS5.no Hauan'8 Kun-t a 95
metal calf, button, Ol"
1. 11 V Bi;tvv
Cat Prices for Men
Hannn'H winter tr 75
(Kroni 11 Staff ('uricspoiulcnt.l
l.l.VCOli.V. Keb. 3.-(8peclal.)-A pell
tlon was received this mornlnp by Gov
ernor Alorehead asklns for 11 pardon foe j
Henry Htehr. a Madison county man who
was convicted of manslaughter, lie was
convicted of the murder of his stepson,
who died from the effects of having his
feet frozen. Htchr refused to call n doc.
tor or to do anything to relievo the boy's
sutferliiKs. UatiKrene, set In and, whll
the boy's feet were later amputated, lie
lied from tho effects of the disease.
The dlstiict court of Madison county
found him Riillty and he was sentenced
J to tlo penitentiary. An appeal was taken
I to the supremo court, hut tho latter af
) filmed the decision of the district rutin.
and tho man will have to serve out hi.
' time unless tho governor listens to the
, Plea of the attorney-W. V. Allen who
1 writes the Rovomor that In the hearing
, before the supreme remit the court failed
I to consider some very vital errors of the
I lower court, and 'ho asks the governor to
j take up the matter with his private sec
( retary. who is iv lawyer, and be will show
! him the vital spots.
BEATRICE DRIVING CLUB
( ELECTSJTS OFFICERS
IIKATItlCR, Neb., Keb. 3.-(8peclal.)-The
lleatrlce Driving- association was re
organized here yesterday by the election
I of these officers: I'rrsldent. V. W. Mum-
I ford of PI rk roll: vlee prrsldeut. W. V.
l-'cott of Ucatrloe: secretary, II. V.
j Klesen; dliectora. l V. Murray i)f
lleatrlce. l.on Kpard and U Cornelius of
I l'lrkrell. The association plana to have it
! three ilny meet here the Inst of July,
j lr. and Mrs. John Marks, ngaluM
1 whom the county nttornfj- filed u pvtl-
1 tlon Frldny In the court asking tlmt their
six children bo taken front them mil
! placed In charse of the Nebraska Hoard
I for tho Controlof Dependent and Ncg-
lecled Chlldtcn. gathered up their belonK
Iiibs and left for Tecumseh with tlmlr
! family before the officers bad a chauc.t
I to serve the paper upon Mr. and Mrs
Miss Millie McClanahaii died last nigh!
at a local hospital, aged X. She loaves tw.i
: brothers and a sister, her parents bavins
! itassed away In this city some-year ago.
Itev. J. IJ. HrlgRs, who baa been pastor
! of the t'hrUtlnii church at Odell the lull
two ytjiia, has reslgnwl and accepted n
call from the Hrock Christian church.
TO GET A
OH He wfluiso, wnLei,
WftLKEa fi UTTUE BIT FURTHER
Wfl.;-EX) MOPC rt&fllN WE ONL
wwsDDflK THE N HC
WrLKEO SOME MOFfp.SUDDENLy
HC TURN0D1MO UPON H5
morn Hnn ft son which
Reno: "ifn man Got fyvnv
wrH,ooo,oo could ft cap
WHERE DYE GET THfiT STUFF?
JUST THINK OF MoW
ANV UVJES IVE
VOC BltjSflP HAD LOST Hlb OflLi.
om mo ve?y riosT drive. He
HfU3 ONi.V5 fllNUTCB N VJHlCH
TO PlND IT. THEy HUNTTO HftFfO
DUTTHER& Wfl& MO&I6H OP IT.
SUDDCNLV THE CriDD IE PICKED
UP n BFlLL ftND UOOMINS FIT IT
Reno pigh't picpo&& the
DPILL THE POLLOWlNCr.
"Bill Po&ref? enn put up r
HONOTfCO T5ILL & IH n DlV
HOW MUCH CAN A LPIMP POST?"
THSJBES Pi BIN 6
GROUND THB MOON
BY NOT TAKING A
JOB AS ENGINEER
rn A PACCCMAPM.
i BAKER AND LAMBERT
! RETURN FR0MJAASHINGT0N
J I'itj Corporation Counsel I'en Hakei 1
! and Klrst Assistant City Attoinny t.am- '
1 bert huve returned from Wnshlintton. 1
I where they went to safeguard the city j
' interest In the suit of tha'Old Colony and 1
the electric light company cai-c. . Tlir
1 case did ,not como up nt tho session at
which It was. expected It would bo beard
: ami court adjourned for three week's.
I when the riuic will be the second heard,
j linker and Lnmbeit will ko bark t
I Washington on February 25.
SIl'U ItlMlIll Slipillles,
We carry a full line of rubber goods
I for the sick room. Alio auto rubber
'cIats and lubber footwear. Ituy you,"
I rubber goods of a rubber bouse. Omaha
jilubber Co.. IfiOS llurlicy
by Supreme Court
WASHINGTON. Keb. 3,-The supremo
court today illsmlssed the appeal ot Jack
Johnson, the negro pugilist. Indicted If
Chicago on a chargo of .violating the
federal white slave act, from the declulon
of the federal court of northern Illinois.
Justice !atnar announced the decision
of the court, which held that a person
was not entitled to attack tho constitu
tionality of a law on hubcuts Corpus un
less nil other means of testing Its valid
ity had been exhausted.
In tho meanwhile thn court pointed out
Johnsun had been released on bull.
The court did not pass on the conslltn
tloniilltv of tho lnw In anv naitleulur.
CmCAflO. Veb. 2. As n rpsult of 'hi, 1
dlsmlttbalyif Jack Johnson's appeal Ul
BUILK 'Union Pacific Has
MANAGERS' COMMITTEES A . , , A
Howard II. Looinls. jnesldent of thn
Building Owners' and Managers' nssocln"
tlon, has appointed the following com
mittees to serve during the ensuing year:
Membership -f C. Sbotrs, chairman .
Mr.-Clifton, C. B. Moser nnd A. A. All
wlno. I'nicbaslng--Kd O. llunilltoii. chairman:
AV. II. Thomas. Dr. Milliner nnd nichnrd
Public Service Mr. Mcl'"arlund. cbnlr
nien; II. II. nurbank, Paul O. Kubns and
John W. ltobblns.
Arbitration J. M. Walshe, chairman:
V. V. Ooollttle and It. C. Strehlow.
Legislation 1- II. Myers, chairman: A.
C. Kennedy. I'. 1). Wead uud N. P. Veil.
lusuruncn nnd Taxation B. M. Slater,
chairman; Krank T. B. Martin and Rrnest
R II. Myers. John W. Bobbins and V.
O. Wend were named as representatives
of the association In tho Omaha Clvlo
for Overland Route
President Mobler of the 1'nlon Pacific,
now In New York, has apprised the
general offices here of the appointment of
a number of agents for the OvarianX
system, all of the men having fornvrly
been Joint agents, representing the road
nnd tho Southern Pacific. The. agents
Boston, Wlllard Massey. New Knglund
fi eight and passenger agent; Butte,
Mont.. K. A. Shrewe. general agent; Des
Moines. .1. W. Turtle, traveling passenger
agent; Detroit, J. C Ferguson, general
Our February Clearance
specials of high- quality
winter suits and overcoats
should appeal to you
A. II. Watcrhouse became superintend- 1
ent of schools at Fremont when he gave I
up the prluclpalship of tire Otunha, High j
Harry Wllklns went along to Chicago
with tho Uudahy. office force. , j
C C. Viight.for a while city attorney. 1
and then with the Northwestern law do- J
partment. Is now Interstate comnlerco
attorney for the road with headquarters
Charles S. Young, who started out In
newspaper work on The Bee, Is manag
ing the San Francisco Kxamlner for W.
As a supplemental report, It should be
noted t!-nt IV. It. Kopald, who .was for a
while with a. Chicago advertising' agency.
Is now assistant sales and advertising
manager for Wrialey, perfumer, 'of that
II. C. Plculc.ll. formerly commercial
freight agent fot tho B. & O., with of
fices for a number of years In the First
National bank building. Is now Paslflo
coast agent of tho same road nt San
Items for this heading- art inTlttd. .
Serious I.ncrrn tliinx
and wounds are healed, without danger
of blood poisoning, by Bucklcn's Arnica
Salve, tho healing wonder. Only 23c For
I.os Angeles. II. O. Wilson, geh- sale b' Beaton Drug Co.-Advertlsement
We offer broken
of our Kensingtons
trlct Attorney Wllkerson said today fiat NORTHWESTERN INSTALLS
llie dines UKMiiiai iivkiu puuiuni wouiu
be tried Immediately. When Johnson was
arrestod after his Indictment, charged
wth violating the Mann net, release on a
wnt of habeas corpus was denied. In ap
pealing to the Culted States supreme
court Johnson attacked the constitution
ality of the Mann cet
era! agent; Milwaukee, T. L. Davis, com
mercial agent; Minneapolis. II. F. Car
ttr. dlntrlct freight, and D. M. Collin.
j district passenger ngont; New York. ,T.
I B. DeFrlest, general ensteru agent;. Oak-
I Intnl. Tt ' Ttlncil,,! ni'Ant rn iroi ilo.
NEW TANKS FOR FUEL OIL I Partment, nnd A. V. Stevenson, agent of
till' AiriHUl- HtJ'UI llllCltkt Jl) IlllUt lTiBI
Lawson Brings Prize
Bulldogs from Europe
anau best vo-
Ni;w YOUK. Feb. l-HIsc Kngllsh bull
dogs said to be worth which Ar
nold Lawson, son of Thomas W. Iawson.
of Boston brought to America from Kng-
land yesterday, are said to mako up tho
finest nnd most costly puck of bull dogs
ever Imported Into this counttry. The
dogs weie housed during the trip ac
ross the Atlantic each In a tiny cottngj I Fremont
on boat it tin steamer Amerlka. Tho col
General Manager Wultcrs of the North
western has gone west to Inspect the oil
tankage Installed and being .Instnlled
along tho lines. This tankage Is for hold
ing the crude oil from the Wyom'ng
fields and which after April 1 wlllbe used
on all engines, both freight nnd pass
enger, in tho service west of the Missouri
At Norfolk the Noithwcstorn Is putting
In tauknge with a capacity of 10,000 bar
I els of oil. West of there the tanks lutvo
been completed nnd many of them ave
filled. The tankage at Omaha will bo the
largest of at nhy point on the system,
bavlg a capclty of W.uob barrels. Flva
thousand-barrel tanks nre being con
structed nt Hastings, Superior, I.lncoui
and Uuwood, with a 10,000-bnrret tank at
J. C. Perclval, agent; Philadelphia, 8. C.
Melbourne, general agent; Pueblo, Colo..
Si. M. Tudor, commercial agent; Port
Townsend, Wash., B. F. Owsley, com
mercial agent; St. Iuls, A. J. Dutcher,
general agent; San Francisco, S. F.
Booth, general agent; San Pose, Cal., F.
W. Angler, agent passenger department,
nnd" f,. M. Cheshire, agent freight department.
j Key to the Situation
finest re a d y - for - service
garments we know of)
strictly this season's stock
at l i and even xz less
than regular prices.
Shirts! All of our Model
brand $1 garments, coat
style with cuffs attached
in neat tasteful patterns,
MA6EE & DEEMER
' 413 So. 16th.
Clothes Hats Furnishings
TRAVELING SALESMAN KILLS
SELF WHEN WIFE LEAVES
lection Includes Champion Centaur, four MRS.MARY HAYDEN SWEENEY
nnd a half years old, which has taken DAOOCO AlAfKV ciumtv
twelve champjonshlp pilies and beaten rMoOCb AWAT OUIMUAT
every light weight bulldog In England, I '
according to Mr. I.awson. ' I M,s- ylar' Hayilen Sweeney" died at her
Champion Beamish Blunderbuss ami j home. .M10 Farnam street, Sunday even
Irlsh Boy weio two noted heavyweights I atlcr n" nl,lr!a "f nearly a year.
In the collection. t i !,,, WB" years old and came to Omaha
Thero ate no good bulls left In Kng- " froni Wisconsin where sho
land." sakl Mr. Lawson. "I have all of luu1 Bnent h,'r "' "fc- Sweenoy
them with m'e." ' I survived by her brother Joseph Hay-
A twenty percent duty was required on 'en or Omaha. Wltllum Hayden and
the doua. but Mr. I.awsoi. hnneli tn liuv Uiwrelico Hayden of Washington. Jumos
G, G. Ohlman committed sulcldo Sunday
night by shooting himself through tho
heart with a twenty-two caliber revolver.
ITU body was found yesterday morning
tn the office of A. Culm. 1322 Farnam
street, by whom he was employed as a
Domestic Infeclllty seems to have
brought on an attack of melancholia and
after his wife left Sunday for her
folks who reside In Wlsnor, Neb., he
evidently retired to the offlco and there
was overpowered by the mood Into which
ho -hnd fallen.
Word has been scut to Mrs. Ohlman
nnd an Inuuest will be held today.
l.lfr Sriite.u-,. , ,llls abated on the ground tlmt the dogs UlHydcn of Omaha, and her sisters Ml I
with throat and lung trouble nVe DfPn brought here for Imnrovlmr ' Buille Hayden. Mrs. Thomas J. Flynn and i
H. T. CLARKE, SR., IS DEAD
i ipiukl (ommuied bv D: Kuigs New
Ifiopi A and f. l or salo by
Ibatou Drug f'o derlUcincnt
for Blood Poison
Wonderful Results Now Being Accom
plished by a Herbal Extract from
the Swiff Laboratory En Atlanta.
the natle breed
Key to tne Situation Bee Advert mlug
THE DEER WITH A SNAP TO IT
Old Slylo Laiw U the Jtr that la brewed just tisht
Bomtthlne ntircly .different in tha boltle beer Una lust
M eood aiavtr could not be made bet'.er.
, C. HTILEMArt BREWING COMPANV. UWU.
LERCH A VAN SANDT, Distributor
311 soutn i vth at.. OMAHA. NEB.
Piioaa DoarUa Si SO
l(?onlltuifil from Tiiiri Onp 1
Mrs. John Y. Mudden of Omnlw !
The funeral will be held at 10 o'clock 1 1ST? he became a partner In tho whole
' this morning from St. Tetgr's church j le hardware house now known as the
with Interment nt Holy Sepulcher come- lee-Olnss Hardware company. In 1&S3 he
started the wholesale bouse or tho II. T
Clarke Drug company of Omaha, with a
brunch establishment at Lincoln. Ills
sons, Harry. John, William and Charles,
w-ero associated with him In this enter
prise, nnd both houses did u large and
In lfc: he built Clarke hall on Klk hill.
Bcllevuc, the Institution now known as
Bellcvun college, und presented It to the
synod of the Presbyterian church of Ne
braska, together with two lesldtmcea and
IiTi acres of ground on which the build
ings stand. In January, 1906, Mr. Clarke I
was lrcted president of tho Nebraska
State Historical society and also of the
FAST PROGRESS MADE ON
CI KHUN. Neb.. Feb. 3 -tSpeolal.)-The'
, Hastings Sr Northwestern bridge south
east of town, across tho I'latte liver, Is
completed und the rails arc ull In place
:-1 tttat trains can run from Gibbon t
the south side uf the Platte. This Is about
cne-fourth of the distance from Gitbo
t Hastings. The balanoe of tho di
tanea la graded ready for the rails.
Nebraska Territorial Pioneers'
BOY SHOT IN HEAD
WITH A SMALL RIFLE
Wnl Point AVI in from l.lneoln.
WH3ST POINT. Net., Fb. S.-lSpeclal.
West Point High s.'hool babK't Uitl
team defestvtl Temple High uf IJncoln
' b r Saturday ulgbt by the scoro of li
t rt '4nruu:
nnun UF.;UF Chaplu
lii' Men iC lt.F.lu.F... Arterburn Ol
i.rjiiiui I if 11-, t
Kr .pla UU.;Uti;;;;.... Wilson NOBFOI.K, Neb. Keb. S.-(.peclal Tele-
I -,tUy ........It.c. H.U PilUnl , gram.)-llenry Bonier, age eighteen, waa
..'ciTtW th0 hd with nn -unloaded"
' WIImh tl). Fiee goalh: Cliaplii ! twenty-two caliber iifl by4 hla nine year
ut of !'. Arterbuin. i out of S: Wilson. 1 iota brother Fred, at Klglfi, Neb., yester
Krr,t't i: Tvflt' 1 ! ol,t of ,! Uefer '' I day. The boys were playing soldier and
i Fred undertook to demonstrate how they
, Pirsi-tent deiti.-uu U tne Itoad to do it tn the Balkan. Henry was hurried
lo au Oiuah hospltaJ.
The ancient and destructive treatment
o Ions In use for blood 'poison Is now
banished forever. No longer will mer
cury, iodides and arsenic destroy human
kind. The great Swift Laboratory at At.
Tanta, la making a powerful herbal extract
that Is unquestionably one of the greatest
medical discoveries of alt times; This
wonderful preparation Is now on sale, In.
nearly ever' drug store throughout the
country under the name of S. S. S. Its
action la marvelous. Soma of the effects
cf blood poison cured are mucous patches
In the- mouth, ulcers on the tongue, lips.
In the nose and throat: copper colored
splotches, eczma, articular rheumatism,
scrofulous sores and ulcers, and every de
gree and etago of Ll.tod poison.
Trie lima of SS. 8. S has become almost
world Mo. It Laj glvcu yvrfect heiliU no autldutul effect.
to those who years ago had given up ah
hope. It has been a revelation to hun
dreds of physicians who enthusiastically
welcome the remedy that can banish mer
cury and other poisons.
There are thousands of pcoplo who
would like to know Jioro about the won.
ders of 8. B. S-, and a handy little book
rrlth colored plates showing the strong!
facts about skin and blooil diseases will
be mailed free upon request to Medical
Iepartment. The Swift Specific Cq., 1!?
Swift Bids.. Atlanta,. Ga. In tbe mean
lime get a J1.00 bottle of this remarkable
remedy from your druggist and thus be
assured of complete and permanent re
covery from any skin or b!-oJ d'srder.
Be sura to ask for S. S. H r. not u
misled Intj buying blood, tonka that bav