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TUB BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1012.
y ( BRIEF CITY NEWS Staek-rsiconsr Co Ucdsrtsksrs. lffhtlnr rixturss XSarrec.OrandB Oo. Ht oot JrlM It Now Betcon Tresa. 8U7f th Dentist, City Nat D. 1581 O. A. &lnduat, tailors. 23S Pax. Blk Qorr A. M&g-nej ror county attorney - Advertisement. Charlei E. rields tor justice of th peace. Harry Oonniman for county assessor. Advertisement,' Bee r.oBcoe for low rates on diamond and watch loans. 153 Dodge. Advertise, ment. Ejection Returns The Hotel Rome will have election returns Tuesday even ing for the benefit oi their patrons. TwoJOlvorce Cases Started Grace D. Black has started suit for dlvorco against Fred M. Black. Elizabeth Heavrin h'ni sued Franlr Heavrin for divorce. Complete Election Roturns Tuesday lilsht, 7 to 12 p. m. In keeping with the proRresslvc Ideas of this store, wo have arranged to show complete elections re 'tur.ns on in Immense canvas. Sixteenth street front. Orkln Bros.Advcrtlsemcnt. Cnadron Teachers Ooruinff The North western Is advised that the Olmdron teachers will loavo for. Omaha today. They have chartered a sleeper and will arrive 'Wednesday morning. ' Thero will bo somo twenty In the party. Omaha tad to China John William Tonge, who for nine years was a red cap and elevator conductor at the Union station and who enlisted Jn the navy last May, sails for China next week, leaving port at San Francisco. Tonge Is an Omaha boy, having been born and raised here. Asks Damages for Injured Hand Harold Blackman's 110,000 personal In Jury damage suit against the Western Electric companjvls on trial beforo Judge Willis G. Sears In district court. The suit la brought through his mother, Mrs. Flora N. Blaeknwn. tho real plaintiff being a minor. Dlackman lost a thumb and forefinger while operating a circular saw In the company's shops. Highwaymen and Burglars Are Busy Arthur1 Freeman and Walter Hurst. 1018 North Thirty-sixth street, wero ar-, rested early yesterday by Detectives Dunn and Kennely for tho alleged enter ing of tho Copley-Strlfllng-Tonder com pany, 3!tS Hamilton street, Saturday night and theft of 110 pennies and a largo quantity of canay. Peter Gravert, 2SH Cuming street, re ported to the police that his' salpun was entered by burglars Sunday night and thirty-six pints of whiskey stolen. Nels Jensen, '3914 Arbor street, was held up by two ' masked men at Fourteenth and Capitol avenuo Sunday night, and robbed of a gold watch and J2 in, money, FERGUSON EXPERIENCES A MILLIONAIRE'S FEELINGS William Ferguson, colored, experienced the sensation of being a millionaire for several hours. He was picked up, by Officer Cunning ham nt Fourteenth and Douglas streets, who found him giving every person he met imaginary $100 bills. 'Ferguson was full of '"coke." AVhen Cunninghum questioned him Ferguson refused to bo bothered by such trlval things. Getting Into tho .patrol wagon Ferguson shouted, "Home James," and the buzz wagon whirled him away to his imaginary servants. Ho spent the night In a downy bed In the cell room of the Jail and Imagined the other prisoners his largo train of servants. The world had a different aspect to him this morning when haled before Police Magistrate Foster, who. gave him thirty days In the county pail. UNIVERSITY OF OMAHA AND REDICK IN COURT Trial of tho suit between O. C. Rcdick and the University of Omaha to determine whether Redlck's fiO.000 mortgage agalnBt the university's property shall bo fore closed or cancelled, ha3 begun before Judge A. C. Troup In district court. Tho university contends that the mort gage Is Invalid because tho transaction of which It was a part never was ratified by the university officials. A further' ground assigned for cancellation Is that the mortgage was given with tho under standing that Redlck should deed to the university other property besides that covered by the mortgage. Rcdick holds there never was such an understanding and grille the board of trustees did not ratify the agreement tho executive com mittee did. . In itehing Scalp Forms Bad Habit Uo Zemo and Ton Won't Need t Scratch Your Scalp. This Is Guaranteed. For any skin affliction, Itch, dandruff, eczema, pimples, blotches, use ZEMO. No matter If you bavo tried everything else under the heavens use ZEMO. If your scalp itches, fly to ZEMO, If your face Is covered with pimples rely nbsolntalr uoon ZEMO. If you have tho worst case of eczema ever known Juif remember zesio cumkh. You apply liquid ZEMO with tho fingers. Just a touch of It. No trace Is left. And though It vanishes instantly, you know ZEMO is at work. You know It by tho rellof. the almost Instant relief. You feel tbli In -the disappearance of all "itcb, all pain, all distress. Get the liberal SS-cent size trial bottle of ZEMO as quickly as you can. Relief from skin distresses cant, come any too quickly for you. And remember, ZEMO Is guaranteed. ZEMO la sold by druggists at 11X0 for the regular eizo large bottle or S3 cents for the libera) ! trial ttfitflA. - lemo Jd aud guaranteed br drug- g'sts er)w'.ere and In omaxn by Sher man & McCoi nell Drug'' o., C.v.. Ufa and Uotee 6U-. XCth and Harney Harney Bts. 2tM and Farnam St. Loyal Pharmacy, North Kth 6U ife Trial Bottl Today. DEMAND ANSWERS OF HULL Opposing Counsel Will llenaw Appli cation He ake Replies MAY USE ..,-U3TIC MEASURES Sir McKrrn's Attorney Do Xot AVnnt to lie llnrsh, but Kormcr Ilunbnnd Mny He Charged with .Contempt Renewed application for an order com manding C. W. Hull. had of the C. W. Hull company, to answer questions of opposing counsel In Hull's suit to uu mil tho divorce ai-ro airi ' tract of his former wife, Mrs. William It MclCcon, Jr., will bo made to Judgo j a. u. Troup or the district court. State, ment to this effect was mudo by tutor neys for Mr. and Mrs. McKecn, after the forenoon had been spent In futile ef forts to Induco Hull to answer. When Byron G. Burbank, counsel for tho McKccns, was asked If the applica tion would bo made In the form of a request for a writ of commitment to Jail for contempt of court for refusal to answer, tho attorney said! "I would not say that The matter will havo to go to tho court for further in Btrtpttons regarding Mr. Hull's refusal to answer. We don't want to bo harsh If thero Is any other wuv. You can ap preciate out position. If Mr. HuU can be Induced to answer by ' any less drastic means wo have no wish to go to the lengths of having him committed for con tempt." i Hnll Kvuilon lutt luim. Most of tho questions which Hull today refused to answer concerned his motives In bringing his suit to nullity the divorce decree and alimony contract and his in tentions and wishes regarding relations with Mrs. McKeen If the divorce decree shall be set aside. Questioned regarding an alleged trip of his through a restricted district Inhabited principally by octo roons In New Orleans several years ago Hull gavo ivaslve answers. He admitted that a member of a party of Omahana who visited Now Orleans with him wroto a supposedly humorous poem, the subject of which was Mr. Hull's adventures among these octoroons. The poem, he said, was a piece of satirical writing and was a gross exaggeration. Since Mr. Hull's petition as amended prays for dissolution of the divorce, de cree as well as voldance of the (91,000 ali mony contract, the defenso deemed It prqner to examine Hull as to his sincer ity In desiring that tho decree bo an nulled. Asked If he Intended to resume the marital relation with Mrs. McKeen If tho decreo Is set aside and her mar riage to McKeen consequently annulled, Hull refused to answer. All other ques tions bearing upon this point Mr. Hull also declined to answer. , Telia of Iiiforiiiuiit, Mr. Hull, who has declared he was Ignorant of his former wife's alleged In discreet actions with McKeen Until sho married McKeen, was asked how and from wiom he lrst learned At the al leged Indiscretions. . Ho refused to an swer, except to say that he was given certain Information by Miss Nielsen, who was a servant In his home and said sho observed the Improprieties. Questioned as to who else provided him with In formation sufficient to afford ground for a charge of fraud against his former wife, he declined to answer. , , -Questions of counsel for the McKcens indicated that Mr. McKeen and his for mer wife, Hull and his former wife, and other Omaha persons visited Now Orleans In McKeen's prlvato car several years ago, 1 Hull was asked If he did not on that occasion leave tho party and seek forbid den paths. He was evasive in his an swers to this and similar questions. Tell of Hulls liiliiidra Details of an alleged vlBlt of Jack Bloomfleld to 'Etta Hall, a former door, mold at Minnie Pairchlld's and Clara Qleason's, tne day before sho gave tes timony against C. W. Hill has becomo public. The alleged details are given In a deposition by Miss Hall. The girl now lives with her mother at 4115 LlndBey avnnua. Miss Hall swore that after she was subpoenaed as a witness for the Mc Kcens Jack Broomficld visited her at her home. This was the day before ahe testified. Broomfield told her ttornoy A. S. Ritchie, wanted to see her and asked hnr tn r.nll tinnn Illtchla In hlH office. 'I asked him what Ritchie wanted to' see mo for and ho said he didn't know," said Miss Hall. "He gave me car fore and told me that Ritchie would fix me out when I got there." (inve Her Quarter Bhe said Broomfield gave her a quarter for car fare and then telephoned to Ritchie that he had found the colored girl and she would see him. Miss Hall did not go to see Ritchie. Through a rigid cross-examination by Francis A. Brogan, of cousel for Hull, Miss Hall maintained that she was paid nothing but her witness fee of J2 fdr testifying and that she was promised n6 money nor other reward. Tho glr) said she had known Hull for years, having come to know him through his signing her father's pension paper. In 180(5, when sho was working for MJnnlo FalrcMld, she said Hull once visited the Falrchild house and called for a Miss Sherman thero. Miss Hall testified that she served beer to Hull and Miss Sherman, Hull paying the bills. In 1S00, the witness said, she worked for Clara Qleason, In tho autumn of that year Hull and a woman, whom the witness did not name, visited at the Qleason house. She said she saw Hull only once at Minnie Falrchlld's and onco only at the Qleason house. WILL MOTOR FROM OMAHA TO TAMPA FOR WINTER F. T. Walker or the firm of F. T Walker & Co., with offices in the Omalu National bank building, left at 10 o'clock yesterday with his family In on auto niobllo bound for Tampa, Fla., where they will spend iho winter. Accompany- 1 Ing the Walker family, In another ma- . cane, is V. J. Pratt, editor of the Hum phrey, Neb., democrat, and his family Mr Walker's car was heavily load with baggage and two tents. A large pennant of red and white, with "Ne braska" on It. adorned the rear of the cnr. Mr Walker said as soon as warm climate was reached, he and his family would sleep in the tents at night, but While, In the cool north will stop at hotels at nights. The party will tav ten days at Chattanooga, Tenn , and ex pect to reach Tampa by December 1. ( iim-I Mistake Is to rn'gv-t a co!d or rounh. Vr Kjn" t ?ew Plsovery ciics them and may pre- rnt crnsumptl n Mk ar.d JlOft for sale "I by Beaton Drug Co Advertisement. "Mysterious Guy" Reveals Identity to The Bee Readers f 5) 3 &llUiS) vV good dv nicvMia I-lkc a bolt from 'a clear sky comes th sensational expose of "The Mystorlous Guy" who for months has worn a path across Tlio Bee's magazine, page. Of the thousands of Omaha persons who dally puixlledover tho nameless one's Identity, not ono thought that It could possibly bo lrincgnn. As a result of Flnnegan's sudden leap Into the glare of publicity, Tho Bee Is being flooded with letters from persons In nil walks of life, asking him for his autographed picture. Many women In their letters to Tho Beo ask FIntiegan to consider their applications In the event that he should seriously consider abandoning Reno Ruth and Frisco Fannie nnd take an honest-to-goodnc8s plungo In tho matri monial sea. Uarlo Qlnn, a popular and well liked huckster of this city In an cxcluslvo statement said! "When I took up the chase of .the "Mysterious Guy" In a serious manner, I suspected that possibly he might be Gould Dletz. That hat Fined Fifteen Dollars for Insulting Women Edward Allium and Frank Ross were arrested Sunday for Insulting women. Both wero Intoxicated and followed sev eral women, making Blurring remarks to them. Allium forfeited a $15 cash bond and Ross was fined $15 and costs. Ho ap pealed his case. IMPROVEMENTS PLANNED FOR CARTER LAKE PARK Proposed Improvements of Levi Carter park are being considered by E. J. Cor' nlsh and Park Commissioner Hummel If present plans ore carried out Im provements wllljiot bo completed for five years, although the park will be opened to the public beforo then. Mrs. E. J. Cornish has purchasod at a cort of $30,000 the site of the old Ham mond lco plant and will erect a modern, sightly lco house there at a coBt of $0,000, Sho will donate to tho city a strip of land 100 feet wldo between tho plant and th lako for a boulevard. A canal will be constructed leading from the lako to the plant. All machinery will bo within the Ice house. Trees will bo planted In front so that tho Ice plant will not be seen from the boulevard. Mrs. Cornish has also purchased land on the Iowa tldo and will Improve It, building a road along tho shore.- She will then find soma way to give It to the state. Tho orange peel dredge will bo used to throw up a retaining wall from the Lar son boat landing south diagonally across the lake and the land outside of this will be filled In. In this manner about twon-tw-two acres will be rrcovored trom the lako and, Improved as a park. SCHOLARS SHOW GREAT APTITUDE IN SPELLING The A and B class of tho third grado at Lonjr school held their monthly "spell ing bee' Frlday afternoon. Tfto teachers, Miss Carrlo Nelson and Miss Edith Kins man, wore In charge and the children wore so thoroughly posted on spelling that tho only way the teachers could catch them was to give tho scholars words which they had never before heard. It required fifty minutes to "spoil down" the class. CONFESSED THIEVES BOUND OVER TO DISTRICT COURT "Red" 'Brady, Ira Oray. Harry Johnson und Cal Wrothe were bound over to the district court by Police Magistrate Fos ter under $1,000 bonds each on tho chargo of breaking and entering the home of II. P. Whalen. They waived preliminary ex amination. The four hlghwaymon were bound over to tho district court Saturday under another charge under the same bonds. MOTORCYCLIST CRASHES THROUGH CROWD OF PEOPLE Mrs. David W. Van Cott was knocked down by a motorcycle Sunday evening at Twenty-fourth and Farnam strteU and was slightly Injured. Together with her husband she had alighted from a cross town car and was waiting for a FArnaiji car, when the J cyclist crashed Into n crowd of men and womsn, who were waiting there. None wa-i seriously hurt. Mrs. Van Cott was taken to her homo. VANDALS BREAK WINDOWS IN HOWARD KENNEDY SCHOOL Vandals broke fifteen windows In the Howard Kennedy school Suhday night Chief of Police Dunn was notified yester day morning and Is making an Investigation. NOTHING EQUALS S.S.S. FOR OLD SORES NotMnjr equals S. S. S. aa a cure for Old Sores because nothing equals It as a blood purifier. The source aud supply of every chronic sore is im pure blood; the circulation is infected with germs and morbid accumula tions which are being constantly deposited into the open place. This causes ulceration and inflammation of the flesh tissues and produces a con dition upon which salves, washes, lotions, etc., caa have no curative effects. Tne blood must be purified of all infectious matter before the circulation can nourish the flesh tissues and stimulate them to the healthy condition necessary to heal the sore. 6. S. S. heals old sores by going down to the fountain-head of the trouble and driving out the germs and morbid matters which are keeping the ulcer open. Then as new, rich blood is carried to the place, the healing begins, all discharge ceases, the inflammation leaves, new.tissue and healthy flesh are formed, and soon the ulcer is well. You are not wasting time when you use S. S. S., but you are giving yourself the benefit of the very best treatment for old sores. Book on Sores and Ul cers and any medical advice free. S. S. S. is sold at drug stores. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC C0.t ATLANTA, CA. riNNKOAX. looked suspicious. Then I abandoned the Dlotx theory and thought of Jerry Upw ard. The cut of the M. Q.' Jib, how over, .proved that Jerry could not bo tho man. In turn I havo suspected Stnvo Malonoy, Mayor Dahlman, Quy Buckles, Sandy Grlswold. Dave Feblowlu, Judgo Cwoley nnd Red Mike Wallace. All of these have proved alibis and long ago I gave up In despair. I certainly did try hard to learn who tho Mysterious Ouy was, but gee who In blazes would ovur have suspected Flttnegan?" " Tho above statement was all Mr. Qlnn would go on record as saying at this time, but he has promised to wrlto'an cxcluslvo story for tho War Cry Chrtst man number, describing his chaso of the Mysterious Quy. Mr. Flnncgan could rot bo Interviewed In person, as his prlvato secretary wild he was Indis posed. To the writer, who Is a close relative of Mr. Flnnean, however, was promised tho first Interview nnd this will bo published at an early date. Priest is Burned in Fire When Bescues Insignia of Church JACKSON. Neb., Nov. .-Rev. William J. O'Sulllvan, tho parish priest, was se verely burned In a Are here today which destroyed tho Catholic church and the priest's resldonce nnd damaged tho Sift ers' academy and parish hall. Tho loss Is estimated at $35,000, partially Insured. Fathor O'Sulllvan was burned about tho hands and faco In rescuing the blessed sacrament and tho aocrod vessels from tho tabernacle. 'A motor fire truck from Sioux City aided In subduing tho flames. Fair Weather for Election Predicted WASHINGTON, Nov. 4.-Falr and moderate weather In nearly every part ' of the country on election day Is ex- i pected by tho exports of tho weather bureau. Indications nro favorable for all districts east of the Ilocky mountains. Eastern and southern states will have considerably warmor temperatures Tues day and there Is no Indication ot unsea sonably cold woather In any part of tho country. With the election only two days off, Washington official, circles were almost deserted today. Tuesday will find the president and every member of his cabi net, save ono, absent from the city. Sec retary of the Interior FlBher, tho one cabinet officer "on tho Job," will be head of the government for the day, The president, mvst ot the cabinet of ficers, scores uf lesser officials, prac tically every member of congress and thousands of government employes will bo at their respective homes to vote. METCALFE TO TALK TO THE VISITING TEACHERS Richard L. Motcalfe of Lincoln, asso ciate editor of Mr. aryon's Commoner, will speak at the Auditorium Thursday afternoon, under the auspices of the Omaha Suffrage society. Ho will follow Mrs. Ella 8. Htewart of Chicago, who has been brought by tho society to speak beforo the visiting teachers. The public Is Invited as well as the teachers. Persistent Advertising is the Hood to Big Returns. Quinine? No! Pape's Best forBad Cold First dose of Pape's Cold Compound relieves nil misery from a cold or Uio grippe. It Is poaltlva fact that a dose of Pope's Cold Compound, taken every two hours until throe consecutive dosea are token, will end the Grlppo and broak up the roost severe cold, either In the head, chest, back, stomach, limbs or any part of the body. It promptly relieves the most misera ble headache, dullness, head and nose sctuffed up, fevcrishnoss, sneezing, sore throat, running of tho nose, mucous ca tarrhal dtiHjlmrgee, eorenoas, stiffness and rhuematic twinges. Tak this wonderful Compound aa di rected, with the knowledge that thure. Is nothing eWe In tlie world, which will cure your cold or end Grippe misery aa promptly ond without any other assist ance or bad after-effects aa a S-cent packago of Pope's Cold Compound, which any druggist can supply accept no sub stltute contains no quinine. Dulongs In every home, Tastea nice acts gently Advertisement MAYOR JIM ISSTANDIN6 PAT Municipal Executive Stands by His Guns with Positiveness. WILLING TO GO WITH M0REHEAD Hend uf the State Denioerutlc Ticket U flolnvr Contrary In the Orldlnnl Platform nnd Sentiment ot Cnnrililntrt. After democrats had spent two days "cussing" thrlr candidate for governor, John II, Morehcad, for writing a lotter to a minister in which he declared em phatically that ho stood analnst tho re peal of the S o'clock closing law, they were shocked. If not silenced yesterday when another lotter appeared on tho streets by Mayor James C. Dahlman who stands pat with Morehcad an tho matter. Thus the hend of tho state democratlo ticket. In going contrary to the original platform and avowed sentiment of the local legislative candidates, Is supported lu his Hand by tho leader of Douglas county democracy, tho mayor of Omaha. T-t nt UnhliuiMi Letter, Mayor Dahlman's lotter. circulated about tho stteets yesterday by Tom O'Connor and other democrats, Is as follows: "A circular Is being scattered broad cast In thin city with tho Intention of misleading tho voters of Douglas county on the stand token by John 11. Morehcad on thu 8 o'clock closing law. No sensible man, knowing the sentiment nt the state at largo, asks for tho repeal of this law, ror it would b utterly Imporaible to accomplish Its absolute, repeal. There l however, a sentiment favorable to Its modification, giving cities of a certain class tho right to regulate this question for themselves. I know positively that Qoveroor Aldrloh 'will never glvn tho largo oltlos of the .state the right to do this. I am porfeotiy willing to take my chances on gnttlng a square deal on this from Hon. J. H. Morehead. and urge all ray friends to vote for him for governor. J. C. DAHLMAN." A muxes the Uenubllcann. The republicans of the county are some what amused at this oloventh-hour dif ference of opinion that has dropped into the democratic rankti hero In tho county. Local republicans hold that tho pat plank of the democratlo candidates for tho leg islature was the repeal of tho t o'clock closing luw, and that they later modified tho plonk In the platform aa It was pub lished In the democratic organ October X WHY WE HAVE has been fullv explained through our past two weeks. have been impressed with the fact that our piano warerooms were great ly overstocked. In this advertisement, we will try to explain to you WHY YOU SHOULD BUY It is a fact that novor before has u rotail store had on salo such a largo numbor rjf pianos nor such iv beautiful and varied assortment. You should buy from us, at this time, for tho simple reason that no matter what prico you aro asked to pay, you will make a saving of from 40 to 60 per cent. You should buy now, bocauBo ovory piano that we aro orforing in this sale is of high grade, standard make. You should buy now, hecauso no matter what your tasto may be, wo can satinfy you. You should buy now, because tho factory and ourselves givo you an absolute guarantee us to qualities in the piano purchase. No matter what you pay to us for a piano, whether it be ono of tho beautiful small uprights, that wo aro offering at a special bargain prico of $112, or ono of our beautiful small uprights, that are specially priced at $750, you will receive for your money at least 50 per cent more piano quality than usual. BUY A PIANO FOR YOUR HOME and buy It now, for novor again will ho great an opportunity bo offered you. Como and look over our stock. You will bo surprised when you see the bonuty of the pianos, hear tho sweet tone qunlltlea and learn of Uio remarkably small amount of money It takes to havo ono dolivored to your homo. We Invitt Comparison and, Challenge Anyone to Meet Our Prices Wo aro quoting horo lust ten prices on brand narlly would bring twlco tho amount wo aro anklng have several hundred other equally groat bargains. anteed Just aB reproBontod, llemembor WE glvo a 0 per cent lower thun elsewhere: Figured Dark Oak S169 Colonial Ciro. Walnut ,..jjjl38 ArtiBtic Mdol, plain Mahogany Jj159 Boudoir Stylo, plain Oak $179 Plain Golden Oak, full brnBS rim... 179 HAYDEN BROS P. M i mmm Hm t11"11,WiMsasBssWHIassW J 11, V. Meyers, chairman of tho repub lican county central committer, says: 'The repeal of the I o'clock closing law was one ot tho pet planks of the demo cratlo legislative ticket, and many of the democratic candidates for the legis lature have told me personalty that they were going to the lrglslaturo to repeal that law. Moro Ulan that, they have not only told mo this privately, but thrlr speakers have proclaimed It pub licly tn sprcohes delivered trom automo biles on the street corners within tho last tew weeks." Culls from the Wires latest return show that the conserva tives carried all the provinces In the re cent election In Cuba. With the national campaign closed thero was a gcnnml exodus of political leaders from neaduuarters In Chicago. There's an automobile lan guagebut wc talk "Ford" in plain English. Tongue twisting technical terms arc unnecessary to make clear the simplicity of the Ford And now it is as easy to buy as it is simple to operate and maintain. Evorjr third car a Ford and ovorjr Ford tisor a Ford "booster." Now prlcen run about $525 touring car $000 dollvory car $625 town crtr $800 with nil oquip ruont, f. o. b. Detroit. Qot particulars from Ford Motor Company, 1010 Harnoy St,, Omaha, or direct from Dotrolt factory. You should buy now for no matter what instrument you may select you aro sure of receiving a BETTER PIANO BARGAIN i than you can got in any other Piano house west of the Mississippi river. , You should buy now for whilo we aro offering to every buyer the HIGH EST QUALITIES at tho LOWEST PRICES wo aro granting to all purchasers THE EASIEST TERMS. If you read our advertising you would m now, Just from tho factory pianos: every ono ordl If tho atylcs in thU list are not what you want, wo Look them over. Every InBtrument absolutely snar- Chica Limitcdi Sleepers and Diner MEXICAN IS CONVICTED OF KIDNAPING AMERICANS KI PASO, Tex., Nov. 4.-Oharged Wtih kidnaping two Amorlwtns on American soil and delivering them to a forrlgt army l tho unlnuo charge of which Ramon Nunez stands oonvlctrd. Tho Jury of a district oourt hero late last night recommended a sentence of four yeir. Tho conviction mny tend to bear out tho claim for $S0,0W each of Liiwrcnco Converse and Kdwln lilntt arntnst tho Mexican government for their detention by Mexican fedorat troops In the Juarez Jail Just prior to tho capture of the town by Madero's revolutionists last year. Nunrz was charged with k dnaHtiR tho young Americans near Tornlllo, Texas, and delivering them to General ..s'aarro. TO SELL advertising for the guaranteo that protcctB the buyer. Our prices are Colonial Oak , $169 Art Style Walnut 179 Golden Oak $179 Art Stylo, Massive Mahogany $349 Art Style, Massivo Wnluut ,$279 J go ready 6:00 P, M. 1