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66 Nebmska. Independent
PAGE 7 JIAKC1 1 ,MU Ml.rri.-k ...i.iy farmers favor the two cen i fan'- ; Alieu i-l.ii.-h was killed by the cars latt HurIi.'on yards at Lincoln. K-insns CMv A. C was first and Ne ihejithletic meet. .. Ki.ia..ii of the Northwest- Slr.l has gone on a long vaca- (lull. Cbarh-v Thorpe of Geneva haa offered a trouiiy to Nebraska gun club tlK'll. Wbra-l-a i . publican committeemen Mp,',sl iMvirroiu'e for a convention to Angiisl. i... inii-L'liLrs broke jail at r() .III."" ""n - , 0niilm by battering a hole through the wall. Speaker (i.-orge L. Rouse has 'an nouiiyl i hai he is a candidate . for governor. , Siat.' 'I'r. usurer Mortensen desires to test liis eligibility to the office, of governor. Conuiv hoard of Adama county has ken sued for the recovery of 12,000 lirlilsc money. Pat MiNainara, an ex-fireman, of Lincoln, was arrested after trying to enter a house. Congressman Klnkaid wants to learn Hie sentiment of constituents on tlje subject of land-leasing. Altorney General Brown moved in the supreme court to advance the Bur lington injunction suit. 1. ,1. O'fiaia. an insane patient, hid for a week on the roof of the Lincoln hospiial for I he insane. The storm of last Thursday and Fri day was the most, troublesome of any for several years in and around Chad-ron. Carl, Hie fourteen-year-old son of Charles 10. Williamson and wife, of IlumboldL, lost bis left foot by falling beneath the wheels of a freight train. The first white woman who settled in Butler count in 1862, Mrs. Jane Elizabeth Head, died at her home two miles west of Surprise, Monday, Feb huary 26, aged 74 years. . The demand for electric light service at Seward has entirely outgrown the capacity of the present plan and the city council is considering the install ment of a new plant on a much larger scale. Preparations are being made for holding a teachers' meeting in Ceresco Saturday. March 10. An interesting program i being arranged and in ad dition State Superintendent J. L. Me ntion will he present and address the teachers. Northwestern train No. 6 from Dead '1, carrying from fifty to 100 pas fcengera, Was slm.k in a 8n0W(jrjft one wile west of Arabia. Neb., on March for over twelve hours, when the train m, u, its relief succeeded in siting tin, .ugh the drifts. Ino. Dani, Is ami wife went to Mason iy. Neb., ,. (1.,y Iagt Wfipki ieaving "ir anop'.-d son, Wayne Daniels, at ?"m"' , s" unidentified! party "' '".'( 'im without warning and '! utnil h, i, of (his cowUrdly deed. "..I pounded Wayne Dan- tmconselous. No rea N'ich 1 1 : "(SStt;ir,i u M.h i refuge from the rain s bum, four miles west '''l''d behind a horse ' litem-d and kicked The Most Liberal Offer Ever Made Kin's Suits worth $14.00 On sale to our Mail Order Customer at $(tt.95 A pair of Hru'i :.60 iu m huiimh-ii. tl'.u lor . 98.85 We offer our mall order customer the. uivxt exceptional Knit yuiue that tia ever been inlrouui'ed. Wncoiiirai t. il with a fainou Mew Knglanri Woolen milt to use every yard of doth they turn out during the year HW6 An sole distributors fur Umoul.it. we ott.-r lr- I fenueetire of mill eodt tailor cost Wonlted . lliln.Citss-lmi-ld Hulls. Chi-vlnl SiiiMaud Hi (res. made up In the Intent sorinM HtyleH, Blnijlepr douhle lireasttl as preferred. I'retmllli.K H4 IKI until.' tit the uhennnieniM prlee ot WO, flit. Kvxrjrauit kindiiiKly Bimi-HiiU-e,, And a pair of H.IjO imntH Ml K K. . Mend uh one dollar and we will st-ml thin outtlt t'omplete; if you are not ut- i I.M,h., H.I. Uth.. 1.: ... Ti in.tr. . tuuv .1.19 IB ,11 UIKK' THIU J. Ill ever had. return sane at our enncine -It costs you absolutely uciUiinn These $3.50 Men's Pants lr CrMnl In order to introduce toour Ml u lIHcl nwtoniera our "S p e o t a t "," Menu Suits at Hi.36" we will iclro away abw.lutely KKKK with every Mill a pair of Men's Klne I'uuu valued at (1.60. 'I hetie J'snts are runde of Huh Worsteds, t'assl uieres and ( 'Lev lots nicely talloriHl, form shaped. We give thent to you KltKK, Just to Induce you to wear or Special Suits at $9.95 r ill S Tha whoia aubatanoa in a Nut Shall it, wa glva you $17.60 worth of Clothing for $9.86 and trampled him to unconsciousness. He was taken to town by the sheriff and county physician and taken to the hospital. His face was badly bruised and one lung was injured. A card in his pocket with the name of Robert Grant was the only means of identification. Patterson Turns Socialist . Commissioner of Public Works Joseph Medill Patterson of Chicago has tendered his resignation to Mayor Dunne. The letter written by Mr. Patterson to Mayor Dunne in part fol lows: ' "The universal ballot gives every male citizen an equal political oppor tunity. The common ownership of all the means of production and distribu tion would give everybody an equal chance at music, art, sport, study, recreation, travel, self-respect and the respect of others. I, for one, cannot see why those things should be con centrated more and more In the hands of a few. I believe that the owner ship from which money springs should be vested in the whole community. In other words, as I understand it, I am a socialist. I have hardly read a book on socialism, but that which I "have just enunciated I believe in general to be their theory. If it be their the ory, I am a socialist. You will find, and other advanced liberals and radi cals who believe as you do will also find, that you are merely paltering with skin deep measures when you stop short of socialism." Our Premium Watch The Independent One Year and the Watch for only $2.50. Less than the regular price of the Watch alone. . . ....... The Watch ' Chinese Envoys in a Row. The reparted death of Tsi An, em press dowager and real ruler of China, is declared to have been the cause of a serious dispute that is about to di vide the imperial high commission, now on its way from Seattle to St. Paul. Prince Tsai Tse, a cousin of the emperor, is the head of the commis sion aud is the represent ative, natur ally, of the ruling dynasty with Its conservative tendencies. But others of the party, including, it is said, a number of Cantonese sec retaries and Li Sheng To, the Chinese minister to Uelgium, who Is tho third commissioner, are all well disposed toward the liberal movement now threatening the Peking throne, and have seized the occasion of the em press' reported death to assert their attlve sympathy with the so-called "new China." Knew Immunity Was Denied The consistent retinal of the pack tsrs. immunity or no immunity, to re veal nv vital information concerning their l.uSn-8 to the bureau of cor To Anyone sending $5.00 to pay for five yearly Subscriptions. T- ....'..I, rt l.,,,t...'t' tsA tar-i frtol nur Protnl.im Wotfh li KOT a Clock Watch, but has a regular Jeweled escapement movement, and the same fine time keeping results are obtained from the small size as from the larger size. These are decidedly the best cheap watches made, greatly excelling any other of either American or foreign man ufacture. The nickle cases are made of solid metal, and are not brass nickle plated. Are warranted not to change color. Your choice, the 18 (gentlemen's she); or the 6 (ladies' Size). When, ordering please state the" size wanted. FILL OUT COUPON THE INDEPENDENT, Lincoln, Neb. Find enclosed $ to pay for Premium Watch, with one year's subscription to The Independent. Name City or Town . State Size OC)OOOOOCXXXXXDOOOCOCOCXXXXX): potation. wan brought, out by tho government atonteys In charge. Only trivial questions. a declared, were answered freely and without legal advice by the men aecimml of conspiring to control the price of beef. It witi brought out Iho that at the time of the exuinUuttiou the pnekera" legal reprcj..'lit.ttive fitquently re fund information on the around that they had no assurances of Immunity from proxecutlon, as now claimed by the defendants. Send $1.00 for a year' subscription to The Independent and receive Mr. Derge'i book, "The Free Pat Bribery System," free at a premium. Thi offer applies to full paid advance tub criptiona only.