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THE BEE: (BtAIIA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1912.
I ROSY SLEEPING GARMENTS FOR LITTLE TOTC KNIT NIGHTIES PROTECT AGA .T V.RY CU1UL Write for Illustrated Catalogue THI 'DUNG- PEOPLES OWN STORE . MM 1618-20 FARNAM STREET. VOTERS' VOICE TODAY CALLS HALT TO FIGHT WAGEPY BIG THREE (Continued from Page On.) statement was met with general denials from the rtpubllcan state leaders. From Governor Wilson and from his 3iew York headquarters came further nd monitions to democratic leaders to get tho voters to tho polls, so mat the max imum democratic, volo would bo cast. The extent to which tho socialist party, With Kugeno V. Debs as Its presidential candidate, will cut Into" the vote or Taft. Roosevelt and Wilson hna hocome a mat ter of lively conjecture In the committee headquarters of the latter candidate. Tho progressive leaders assert that the doclallsts will poll a heavy vote, drawing largely from the republican and demo cratic; ranks. ( In the majority of states the polls will open between E and 7 o'clock tomorrow morning. Iteports wilt notbe available from any sections until after 6. o'clock (eastern time) In tho afternoon and com prehensive returns from any state?' or congressional districts probably1 will1 not bo had before or 10 o'clock tomorrow night. Drmllock In Ilonar I Hrnken. WASHINGTON, Nov. t.-Thb death or Representative George II. titter of Rhode Island apparently breaks the.Uealock In which the house of representatives would find Itself It It wcro called" on 'to elect u president. Up to the time, of Mr. Utter' deatft the house was equally divided. Representa tion of twenty-two states was democratic, twenty-two republican, and tho delegates of Jour remaining states wero equally dlv.ded between republicans and demo crats. 1 . ( Rhode Island was one of tho slates In which tl 0 delegation was equally divided, and I'ttcr's death, should his place ho not filled by a republican to rill out tho remainder or his term, would throw Rhode Island to tho democratic column. .Throwing Rhode Island to tho demo emtio column, however, would not permit an election by tho house, because tho constitution require a majority or the states. This would ho twenty-flvo. Mr. Uttcr's death, however, does break tho equal division between republicans and democrats. aiooaers Cry Fraud. CHICAGO, Nov. 4. Reports at tho sev eral western headquarters ot tho political parties today Indicated that leaders, both. stato and national, were making a tre mendous effort to got out the vote to morrow. David W, Mulvane, director of the re publican campaign In the west, asserted that there was a great eleventh-hour trend toward Mr. Toft's standard. "Telegraphic and long-distance tele phono reports, from republican , state chairmen In the western states," said Director Mulvane of the republican com mittee today, "showed extreme activity for IheMaat day oC tho campaign. "All the reports received today express trreat confidence for President -Taft' cause. "A largo percentage of the voters l Still apparently undecided as to how they will vote. It la expected that this vote will go very largely against a change In present conditions. The. progressive party's statement that there are grave Indications of an attempt to defraud the- members ot the party is In Itself a confession of weakness. It l snercly paving the way for an explana tion of the defeat which the Roosevelt party sees staring It In the face." Joseph E. Davlcs, manager of tho west ern democratic headquarters, said: hava received direct reports from dearly all of the twenty-nine atato chair man In my division and will keep tn tach With them hv tfttanhnnn thrnliirhnut the day and night Each state chairman iuuvii wiui 1110 county cnnirmen in hla state by telephone also. "From the reports already In hand It fs apparent that there never was greater co-operation among the democrats. The vote will be out In full everywhere." JlsoVeagb Kays Tft Will Win. CHICAGO, Nov. t.-Secretary of the Treasury Franklin MacVeagh cam a. to Chicago today to be ready to vote to morrow. "Tho outlook for President Tatt U very hopeful." he said. I campaigned through New Hampshire and New York and found the people very optlmlstlo as to Taft'a re-election. It Is decided firmly that Mr, Taft will carry both those states. I am conservative In the belief that Tatt will win." SENTENCE OF PRIVATE BEECHAM COMMUTED 1 MANuA, Nor. t.-The sentence or lire Imprisonment on Private Mike XSeeoham I of the Mrs cavalry has been commuted. Beechafn. ran- amuck and killed .four of, his comrades- in May. l!08. At the trial tho court took the view that the crime ttss unpremedU4td and held that undqr Tne epanusn iaw ue -circumstances aa jiot warrant the -infliction of the death I penalty. I. drawers the fabric is soft and elastic -does not get harsh or shrink in washing, Arnold sleepers have double soles nnd af ford conipleto protec tion from sudden chills, sizes for 2 to 10 years and Bell according to slzo and weight GGc to 91.7ft For tiny little ones the Arnold knit night gown, with shirring string at bottoni--the most energetlo llttlo kick er cannot oxpobo himself -sizes 1 to 2 year's (V5c to . ..91 Jiti Excufllve ngents for the wholo line of Arnold knit goods. Three Women Are . On State Tickets In Washington SEATTLE, Wash.. Nov. 4.-Noxt to the governorship the pplnt of Intercut In itio election tomorrow la tho office of super intendent of publo Instruction for which threo woman nnd one man nro candidates, with ono of tho women practically euro of election. The republican, democratic and social ist parties nominated womon for the of fice, nnd tho progressive party tried to find an available woman candidate and, falling; nominated- a man. The republl can candidate, Mr. Josephlno Preston of Walla Walla, ha made n skilful cam paign and her election Is thought to bo assured. The progressive state ticket Is handl oappod by haying no woman on t. To atone for this fault Helen J. Scott, heads the list of Roosevelt electors. . The socialist party outdoes Its rivals In recognition of the fomlnlno voters. The socialist candidate for governor Is Mis Anna Maley nnd candidates for stale treasurer and superintendent of public Instruction also are woman, whllo thrco women arc on tho Debs' elcctorlal ticket. Many womon aro candidates for tho legislature. Ryan's Trijjs Are Traced by Letters INDIANAPpniK Nov. IFrank M, Ryan's trips, about tho country, about which tho gpvornrnent charges wero mado partly in connection with explosions whllo ho was president of tho Interna tional Association of Urldge. and Struc tural Iron Workers, Wero traced in loti ters produced at tho "dynamite con spiracy" trial hero today. Ono letter written by John J. McNa- innra, tho alleged dynomlter, to Ryan, roierrcd to an advertisement offered for publication, in thn Ironworkers' union magazine. This advertisement announced a reward for Information about tho find ing of dynamite on a Job In Cleveland In February, 190S. McNamaru wrote to Ryan that "to refuse the advertisement would make It appear as If tho union was trying to shlold somebody." Ryan, replying from Ilaltlmoro, advised McNamara to publish the otfer of a reward. A contracting firm In Milwaukee offered the reward utter the union had called n strike against It. Work of tho firm in various cities later wus blown up. TEACHERS TO BE KEPT BUSY (Continued from Pago One.) reunion at the Young Men's Christian association building ou Thursday even ing. York collcKo alumni and trjends will hold a banquet at the Young Men's Christian association at 5;30 Thursday evening. Tho Fremont coljego bnnquet will be held at the Paxtdn hotel on Thursday evening at 5 p. m. The Cotnct university banquet will be held at the Mllard hotel on Friday even ing at 6:30. The University or Nebraska will have a noonday luncheon at the Rome on Thurs day. Coffee will be served at the high school on Thursday afternoon. Llnnger art gallery will be open for tho visitors. The Commercial club will tender a re ception on Friday from 5 to & The South Omaha Live Stock exchange will give a lunch whenever the teachers visit the stock yards. SACRED MUSIC CAUSES MAN TO CONFESS MURDER DALLAS. Tex., Nov. 4. Strains ot sacred muslo coming front a church win dow, so affected O. II. Rose, the police say, that yesterday he surrendered at a local Jail, docilarlng he had killed W. H Morris In Covington, Ky.. twenty-four years ago. At the time or the tragedy, Rose Is quoted, he was known as N. W, lngersoll. Rose has lived in Dallas twen ty-threo years, Every man who should wear It. owns an overcoat That public reconciliation of Mayor Jim and William Jennings Bryan before. a Dig Auditorium auaience was, on, so touching. First kindergarten lesson for Incipient c,naiuaie for office: Don't write letters. Dr. W. O. Henry will now have to figure out a pew way of getting free advertising without bumping the code or medical ethics. N, U. No charge for this ad. m BiJMBa s sa SHBoaaa BBscaaBsasssaBa UP TO THE ELECTORS IN IOWA Half Million Voters Expected to Go to the Polls Today. HEADQUARTERS ALL CLOSED UP Hubert Henderson of Conned Illaffs, Stnte-Prtntcr-Elect, nnr Inter rat tn Lance Printing! Itonae nt Dea 2)fo!nea. (From a Staff Correspondent.) DES MOINES, la., Nov. 4. Special telegram.) All tho finalities of the po litical campaign In Iowa were completed today and the party committees will do personal work among voters tomorrow. Newspaper advertising by candidates has been carried to an extreme here and al most every candidate has spent a great deal of money getting to the voters In this way. Republican, democratic and progressive states headquarters were closed and the last literature Sent out. With a fair day It Is confidently pre dicted the Iowa vote will be near to M,000 tomorrow. Political meetings were -held tonight in various parts of the state on behalf of presidential, congressional and stato can didates. An unsually 'large vote' In tho J cities wn predicted for tomorrow be , causo of Indications that tho weather would be fair, whllo tho rural districts were expected to show a correspondingly smaller Vote. Senator William 8. Kenyon wound up his campaign with a speech at Crcsco. George V Clarke, republican candldato for governor, addressed homo people at Adcl, as did also J. L. BtoVons, progres sive candidate, at Mason City. Closing political meetings wero held at Sioux City, Ottumwa, Davenport and Des Moines. Robert Henderson of Council Riuffs, state printer-elect, today bought tho In terest of Emory English, the present stato printer, In a largo printing house here; preparatory to taking up his work as statejprlntor In January, He will also move here soon. Twenty Acres of Timber Destroyed DAVENPORT, la., Nov. 4.-Twenty acres of timber near Princeton In 8cott county was burned "last night before hun dreds of farmers who gathered to fight the flro could overcome the flames, Many farm houses and outbuildings were threat. ened. Trees were felled along a narrovy strip connecting the tract with a mors extcntlve grove and earth embankments Wore hurriedly thrown up. Several of the fire fighters ware slightly burned. Black Hand Charge Against Iowa Man IOWA CITY, IA., Nov. 4.-(Speclal Tel egram.) Charged as being one of tlm ring lenders 'of tho Solon black hand gang which has threatened the John L. Adams family for the last two years, Carl I&, Osborne of West Liberty, has beciivnrrested and brought here by United States Deputy Marshal M. I, Ilealy of Cedar Rapids. Osborno Is accused ot participating In four black hand threats. Iowa Boy is Shot by His Brother NEW HAMPTON, la.. Nov. 4.rVhllo hunting yesterday afternoon Carson Stake was accidentally shot by his oldr brother. The charge entered his back, tearing a large hoi;. lie died almost Instantly. Young Stake was a sopho more tn tho New Hampton High school. Four Gunmen Are Identified by Coupe NEW YORK. Nov. 4. Thomas Coupe. one ot tho witnesses ot the. Rosenthal shooting, who was brought from England too late to testify at tno trial of Lieu tenant Decker, will be placed on 'the stand In the trial of the tour gunmen, 'Qyp the Blood." "Lefty Louie." Whltoy Lowla and "Dago Frank." Coupe Is one of four witnesses who are expected to Identify tho gunmen positively, the others being Shapiro, driver of the gray murder car;" Btanlsh, an engineer, nnd ICrause, a waiter. Shortly after Coupe came back from England, he was taken to the criminal courts building and placed near a door leading to Justice Gofr's court. It was learned today. He could see tho gunmen passing In and out According to today's announcement he looked the four over and recognised them as tho occupants ot the "murder car." 1 METHODIST BISHOPS ASSIGNED TO SPRING WORK TOLEDO, Nov. 4. Assignment ot bishops to preside over conferences in district where spring conferences are to be held during the months of March, April and May of next year Were announced by the board of bishops ot the Methodist Episcopal church today. Spring conferences or 1913 number about one-third ot the total number ot Methodist conferences. Fully two-thirds ot the conterences are held In the tall. Details for district conferences are designated by the general conference. Among the appointments were: Bishop J. F. Borry, Wyoming; Bishop WVA. Quayle, Arkansas and Little Rock; Bishop Robert Mclntyre, Lincoln; Bishop C. W. Smith. St. Iouls and Central Mis souri; Bishop Frank M. Bristol, North west and Southwest Kansas; Bishop W. O. Sheuard. Kansas and Bouth Kansas: Bishop Francis J. McConnell, Mexico; Bishop R. J. Cooke, Alaska; Bishop N, Luccock, Hawaii. HUGGINS WILL MANAGE ST. LOUIS NATIONALS BT. LOUIS. Nov. 1-Mlller J. Iiugglnt will manage the St Louis National league bate ball club next season, sua- ceding Roger Bresnaban, dismissed, ac cording to an announcement of one of the directors of the club today. "We have reached an agreement with Mr. Hugglns,' said the director, "and while he has not signed a( contract he has agreed to his salary and 'will be ready to tako up the reins Immediately." Hugglns had a long conference with Mrs. Helen Brltton, chief owner ot the cliub and her attorney, today. Hugglns, when he left the conference said; "I have been eager to be a manager and I'm glad I have succeeded;" NEW RULE ON INJUNCTIONS (Continued from Page One.) result to the applicant before the matter can be heard on notice. "In case a temporary restraining order shall bo granted without notice tn the contlgency specified, the matter shall he mado returnable at the earliest possible time. In no event later than ten days from the date of the order, and shall take precedence of all matters, except older matters of tho same character When the matter comes up for hearing the party who obtained the temporary restraining order shall proceed with his application for a preliminary Injunction and If he does not do so tho court shall dissolve his temporary restraining order. "Upon two days notice to tho party obtaining such temporary restraining order, the opposite party may appear and movo the dissolution and modification ot the order, and tn that event the 'court or Judge shall hear and determine the 'motion as expeditiously as the tends or Justice may require. Every temporary restraining order shall be forthwith filed In tho clerk's office." Samuel Gompers, president of1 the American Federation of Labor, had this to say about Uie new antl-lnjunctlon rule: ''it Is a step In the right direction and ono of tho things labor lias long been' fighting for." DEBATE CANDIDATES' CLAIMS Socialist Advocate Given Most Ap plause at Church Gathering. CURRIE PLEADS FOR JUDGMENT I'nrc, Democracy Tried Trro Thai land Years Abo nnd Proven Fail ure, nnd America's Govern ment la Beat. Althdugh the .republican, progressive and democratio causes had been abfy ex pounded at the First Unitarian church last night, it remained for, the mention of socialism at the last to bring forth tho most applause W. F. Baxter, who pre sided, introducing Dr. Harold Glfford, said that the time had come when peo ple would have to consider in a serious mood. Instead . ot derision, the proposals advanced by socialism. When Dr. Glf ford upheld the' cause of socialism ho was frequently Interrupted by prolonged applause' that, came from a largo majority of the audience. T. M. Currte, chairman of the repub lican state committee-led the debate, ex plaining why ho was for Taft. He gave three fundamental reasons why he was tor Taft He said he- had detected In recent years a tendency among many to drift away from tho fundamental prin ciples of the American government "Tho democrats," he asserted, "have been steadily drifting away from a represents Uve torm of government for years and more toward a pure democracy. They are turning back 2,(40 years. Democracy was tried 2,000 years ago. before the Christian era. But the American gov ernment has somo fixed principles and some fixed laws and we cannot disregard them, and tho party of II. Taft be lieves In -the constitution and In the laws of tho country." . Ifd maintained 'that-democracy under Cloveland had been tried from 1893 to lffflfl and the gross grow on Farnam street and thcro was not a bank in Omaha that was 1 not constantly on the verge of In solvency, ' ' jie nssertea it naa boon fifty years since that bloody civil war; that at Its best was awful, "yet," he said, "that Is Armageddon, and, gentlemen, I'm against It." I'ralsca Elasticity of T. II. Byron O. Burbank defended tho causo ot Roosevelt "I'm ror Roosevelt"" ha said, "because ho Is not fixed In all mutters. He Is of an elastic character" The mention of an clastic character In connection with Roosevelt brought forth great laughter and order was not re stored for some time. The speaker then said that Roosevelt held It funda mentally wrong that a man should amass millions In n single generation while others suffered, ,IIe attacked "Wilson and said that New Jersoy, the state of which Wilson Is governor, was the home ot every groat trust In the United states. He also read from the republican na tional platform of 1908, to show that the republican party at that time "approved tho record of Rooseovlt as' president. He did not neglect the opportunity to quote tne speech or Roosevelt made at Mil waukee after he had been attacked bv a fanatical assassin and said, "This speech was delivered when the bullet of an assassin rested within an Inch of his heart, and when hi Ufeblood was satu rating his clothing." J. W. Woodrough. cnatrman of th Woodrow Wilson league, derended Wilson and democratic policies. lie said Currie had merely brought out the old panlo bug, which the republicans had dragged out ot a crevice In every campaign In the past and had carefully stowed away anerwaras. "Air. Burbank." ho said, has attempted to hold up the gaping wound or soldier that his crowd might advance a little behind that, but we will not dis cuss that any further." He pointed out what the democrats had already done tn the way or roduclng tarlfr on, necessities and attacked the protective tariff system, Dr. Harold Glfford. defending Debbs and socialism, said: "Most of you re member fifteen or twenty years ago when Debs was regarded as a man fit only for a lunatlo asylum or a Jail. A few years ago Roosevelt In an article placed Debs alongside of men who would commit murder. Now he refer to him as "Brother Debs.' Ho revlowed the rapid rise of the socialist movement in Germany and pointed out that the party had gained such strength there that the government was now doing many ot the things the socfallsts were asking for, "Other parties," he said, "take It for granted that certain ills of this govern ment must go on forever,' One might as well' hqld that the Ills of the bodr must contlnde forever," TRIPLETS NAMED WILLIAM, THEODORE AND WOODROW WASHINGTON, Nov. 4Mr. and Mri. J. H. Kyler ot Denlson. Tex., sent a telegram to President Tatt, received to day at the White House, An?- -log the birth ot three tons, named William How. ard Taft Kyler, Theodore Roosevelt Kyier and Woodrow Wilson Kyler. In tho president's name. Assistant Secretary Brahany today sent a tele gram to the parents, expressing the wish that the triplets would llva long and prosper. Persistent Advertising is the Rood to Legitimate "Big Business" TAFT SUMMARIZES POSITION ! Reasons Why Republican Party is Entitled to Support. ADMINISTRATION A SUCCESS Deficit ot Flfir Millions Chunked to Snrplns of Store Than Thirty Millions Dnrlnic Lnst Fonr Years. NEW YORK. Nov. 4.-Prcsldent Taft Issued the following statement here to night shortly before his departure for Cincinnati: On the eve of the national election It Is suitable that a short summary should be mado of the reasons why tho republican party Is entitled to support That party for four years has been re sponsible for the administration of the government and has left a record of suc cess In effective and efficient executive administration and of legislative accom plishment that Is not surpassed by any administration since the war. It has changed a deficit ot more than ISO.000,000," the statement continues, "to surplus or more than 3a 000,000 by In creasing the revenue and b$ reducing governmental expenses. "Its achievements In legislation ehow that It has made definite progress, so far, as national legislation can produce progress In statutes looking to the old ' and relief of those classes In the com munity who have had reasons heretofore to complain of the Unjust operations of tho laws governing their relation to employ ers and to the community at large. The modern tendency to use governmental agencies to better the general condition of the people by giving an equal oppor tunity to all has been fully recognised In this legislation and practical steps have been 'taken to satisfy it. The republican tariff legislation of the congress of 1909, while not perfect has1 actually reduced excessive tariff rates and has yet retained the protective fea tures which have been so Instrumental in creating Industrial prosperity. And this administration had already taken steps to secure a fair means, by a tariff commission, of further reducing and ad Justing the tariff within U limits ot proper protection to our industries. Anti-Trust Laws Enforced. "The anti-trust laws upon the statute books have been enforced without regard to persons and without fear or favor, and the resulting decrees if allowed to have their normal operation, will tend to restore competition and will remove the oppression that the statute was passed to prevent. "In view of what has been done In the last four years, the republican party should not now be turned out ot office. Its promises have tyeen complied with, real progress, has been effected and Its conduct of the economlo policies of the government has been such as to make It possible for tho country to enjoy nnd prolong the widespread and growing prosperity now at hand. "Again It the republican party la turned out of office, what party Is to succeed? One of the opposing parties was scarcely four months ago a part of the repub lican party Itself. It has adopted a plat form attacking the existing constitution of the country, promising an attempt to destroy the Independence ot the Judic iary, and proposing measures which would sap the foundations or representa tive democratio constitutional gpvern ment It offers to the publlo a 'program ot supposed benefits which are not within the ability of a national party to accomplish and offers remedies for al leged evils In our present condition that are impracticable and inconsistent wttli each other. The so-called progressive party Is necessarily a minority party. A vote for It cannot tend to establish Its power or Its principles, but can only be a vote agatnst tho republican party and for the democratio party. The Tariff Iaane. "The democratio party declares In favor or a tariff for revenuo only, aifd holds that a protective tarlfr Is not only unwise, but also unconstitutional. The changes proposed by the democrats may fairly be Judged by the bills passed by the democratic majority In the last con gress, which I vetoed as president. These bills would have so affected tho Indus tries covered by their terms so seriously as to Impair their value and prosperity Mr. Wilson, the candidate of the demo cratic party, has mado so many differ ent and differing statements as to his altitude upon the tariff, with a view to evading the charge that a democratic administration means an Injury to Indus trial prosperity, that It Is Impossible to tell what his attitude Is, but It Is not un fair to say that It Is In accordance with that of the majority of his party tn the last congress which I have. Indicated. "The experience In the history of the country in ISM and 1894 wll be recalled when a period ot great prosperity was succeeded by a period ot great depression In the business ot our country. This was due to the threatened, and actual change from a tariff for protection to a tarlKf for revenue. It ought to warn every business man, every workman, and every farmer who counts upon the home market for the sale pt his products, to cast his vote to retain the present ad ministration and to defeat the effort to put Into force the economlo views ot the democratio party, which, It successful, will halt the coming ot prosperity, para lyse business, and repeat the severe ex periences ot the years from 1833 to 189f. The country should not be plunged from a condition of business certainty and comparative contentment to one ot doubt and anxiety." HYMENEAL Barknalter-Lanar. HUMBOLDT. Neb., Nov. 4.-Speclal.) Frank Burkbalter and Mlaa Louise Lang of this vicinity were married yesterday at Falls 'City by Rev. Gurschke. The groom was born In Switzerland and speaks both English and German. Thi bride came here from Paris, France, about a month ago. Knnes-Mlknlaaek. Miss Mary MHculasek. daughter of Vac lav Mlkulasek, and Mr, Joseph Kunea were married by Rev. Charles W. Savtdge at hla residence Sunday at 1:S0, They were accompanied by the groom's sister, Miss Krlstlna Kunes. Mr. John Pexnechek and Uttle daughter, Ifedvtka. DEATH RECORD. Mrs. l. A. Jenkins. IOW1A Crrr, la., Nov. --(Special.) Mrs. L A. Jenkins died suddenly at her home In Iowa City, aged $. Her husband and two llttlo children survive. She was a former resident ot Grand Island, Neb. Wreck on WaluMh In Indiana. FORT WAYNE, Ind.. Nov. 4.-Flreman C. Merder was Instantly killed and En Ktneer Henry lllnkle probably fatally hurt early today la a collision on the Stt I inc victims resiue at aionipeiicr. j, Teacher Killed by a Trap Gun 8UrERIOR, Wis., Nov. 4.-Stumbllng over a hidden "set" gun, Stanley R. Cur- rlo, 22 years old, principal of the Throe Lakes, Wis., school, was killed yesti day. Details ot the ratal accident re ceived today are meager. BRYAN WILL SPEAK AT MONUMENT DEDICATION i WASHINGTON. Nov. 4.-Wllllam Jen- nlngs Bryan today telegraphed Mrs. Marion Butler ot the Arlington Con federate Monument association accept Ing an invitation to make the principal addross at tho laying of the cornerstone tor the confederate monument In the Arlington National cemetery Tuesday. November 12, In connection with the an nual convention of the United Daughters of the Confederacy during that week. CANADIAN PACIFIC CLERKS BEGIN STRIKE OTTAWA, Ont, Nov. 4. A strike which may affect 5,000 clerks and stenographers employed at tho various stations and of- flees of the Canadian Pacific railroad Canadian Brotherhood or Railway Em ployes, tho organization or office and station workers, said Its members would be on strike through the system by noon and that tho men at nearly all the small stations already were 'out To Cure a Cold In One Day Take Laxatlvo Bromo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if It falls to cure. E. W. 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This, Tona Vita will do in a few weeks' time, it Is a remarkable medicine and Is pronounced by most physldans the best tonic now being sold to the public Give this great tonic a trlat. No matter how badly you are run down you will notice an Improvement nt once, in a few weeks you will feel as though you had been mado over. If you have lost flesh gut on tho scales after taking Tona Vita a week, and seo how your weight has Increased. Tona Vita Is sold by Sherman & Mc Connell Drug Co. Advertisement John Says: "If candidates could wrap a TRUST BUSTEB. Go CIGAR In every ballot, there would be mora men at the polls than at any time In history. By theway,rve Just been elected President of Tne smokerbnno.'' John's Cigar Store 16th and Harney Sts. Complete Election Returns ly Direct Wire Hotel Rome AMUSEMENTS. iUAtUa V AMlt WZU1K ABOIiN ENGLISH GRAND OPERA CO. Tonight Madame Butterfly Tubs. Bat. Wight XH TBOVATOKE Wed. Mat. TALES Or HOFFMANN Tlinra. I.UCIA. FrL LOHENGRIN Sat. M-t. HANSEL Si QRETjBL Frlcae BOo, 75c 11.00 and S1.SO. XOVIt NIQXTS COMMENCING Mart Sunday SB WOLF HOPPEK. Blanohs Bnffield, Eugene Cowlas, Geo. -Xacrarlane, Hate Condon, Ar thur. Aldrldge, Viola Gillette, Arthur Cunningham and Louisa Barthel la revival festival of GILBERT, & SULLIVAN'S area test Operas. Son. and Wed. Bigot 1KB MIKADO Monday "The Pirates of Fonsance.'' Tuesday FATTENCS Wed. Mat. PINAFORE. Bvs. Prlqesi COo, S2. Mat., soo, 91.G0I Krug Theater MATINEE TODAT -:30-NIGIIT 8:30 ' BEST SEATS 60c ROSEBUDS EXTRA TUES. NIGHT BIG DOUBLE BILL 7 p. m. to. 2 a. ni. Continuous Show and Full Election Returns Over Special Western Union Wiro Come Early--Stay as Long as You Like ONE PRICE FOB 7 HOURS' SHOW Ladles' Dnlly I)lmo Matinee. "OMAHA'S FUN CENTER." JJOfCf Evgg., 16.aS-60.7So' ?5J!JcsoW'k HASTINGS' BIG SHOW EXTRAVAGANZA ABB VAUDEVILLE Funniest musical show In town. Gor geous Electrical Ballet of the Seasons. Rollicking Beauty Chorus. Mldnlte Show Election Night at 11:30; Completo Re turns. Lb01s' suae -Catinee Every Week Bay. Mat, lOoj s-io-aoc On Douglas Street, at lBUt. RTTONS VAUDEVILLE Includes Great C Nichols-Nelson Troupe: Terse siiiier; xnoso a irei lows; Mile. Lewis; Ponte & Christopher; OK, YOU KILL CLIMBING SCHOOL TEACHERS I Illpposcope Pictures. Oontlnnons 8 to P. at 7 and Hp, a, Bally. BRANDEIS THEATER TONIGHT WEDNESDAY Cohan & Karrir Massive Pro-notion THE FORTUNE HUNTER Bights I -So to $1.00. Mat. 35o, COo. Friday and Saturday Matinee Sat. DONALD BRIAN tn THE SIREN Bights i 60o to $3.00. Mat. aso to 91. Mme.Sihumann-Heink The World's Greatest Contralto XX CONCERT BRANDEIS THEATER Thursday Evening, Nou. 7 Tickets now selling. 11.00. 11.50. 12.00, Phone Doue. 404. Mat. Every Bay 8:18; Every Bight, 8HS, UUU-U VJLUUi, VIXE. Thli wek Lola, W C. Field. T-om Krtoch 01tI. TaulUw Moran, Mania Josmoa' Trie lacuw. Armitroof t CI arte, L Vier. Patht'a WMklf IUtUw ot lb. World' Ertata. Pric-MiUdm, 0!17. joc, btat Mats. JSc eactpt Salurdaj and Eaoilaj. Night, joe lie.' Uc, Tie. Omaha Art Gil. Exiilb.tion Open Bally Except Snnday from Boon to loioo p. m., Kov. a to 16. County Court House Admission 10 Cents. ELECTION RETURNS TONIGHT AT THE ORPHEBM r 'V