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THE BEE: 0MA1IA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1912.
3 ran 0 The sale that really saves you money Still they come FOIIMEULY THK llliNNKTT CO. Important Notice GREAT CLEARANCE In Our Beautiful New CLOAK and SUIT Department OUR TAILORED SUITS SOLD AT $25 $27 50 $250 $35 ON SALE SATURDAY Sage Starts Promptly at 8 A. H. See Our Window Display and Watch Papers Friday Evening 15 EDGERTON WILL TAKE PART Assistant Attorney General Saw Spots in Grip in Rogers Case. MAKES AFFLDVIT ABOUT THEM Vailed Attention ol Attornnys In Fre mont to Fact Which , I.en to Chnmc Exhibit Ilnd Deen Tampered With. (From a Stuff Correspondent) LINCOLN, Neb.. Nov. 21. (Special.) Assistant Attorney" General Frank K. Bdgerton will contribute" an affidavit In the infantolde case against 'Louis Rogers of Dodge county to support the theory of the state that a handgrip belonging to the mother of the dead baby has been tampered with since the trial, resulting In Rogers' conviction. At the trial at Fremont the defense claimed that the child .had been born In Omaha' and. had boen carried by the" mother, to Fremont in the grip. At the trial the prosecution asserted the child had been killed by Rogers and placed In a box car, where It was found. The assistant attorney general's5 affi davit set out that when the grip was brought to the supreme court In July he was Impressed by the opinion that the blood stains upon It were fresh and that (he wrote this to County Attorney Cook of Dodge county and received an answer that at the time of the. trial there were no such stains on the grip. County Attorney Cook declares that the grip was without stains at the -time of th trial' and he alleges that thoy were smeared on afterward. The supreme court will shortly listen to a motion mada by the county attorney asking for an In quiry In this matter. MnnnrI Heftmeil I'lucr. That Governor Aldrlch refused to ap point C. B. Manuel, now superintendent of the Industrial school at Ki-arney, to the new State Board of Control of Btate Institutions at a conference they had last week was reported at the state house tndnv. ' The Manuel family has been on the pay.' roll of the Kearney Institution for a to tal of 13,000 per year, Including board and lodging, for several years. While thero Itching Is Gone !" 'One Touch of ZEMO and the Heliel Is Sublime. Try It, Folks I " 'O my, O my, what a blessed relief, hero I've been suffering the most Iwful torture for months, and tried' thirds galore. ZEMO Is magic The first time I applied It, all Itching Stopped. Now 1 can sleep nights, and life Is worth. llvlne," tM ZEMO 1b a new wonder a liquid, that Is guaranteed to stop Itching. Away go eczema, eczema pains and sores. It stops dandruff in a hurry. It is un equaled for prickly heat. Irritated and inflamed skin, skin blotches, sores, bites, stings and pimples. You can't find anything like it, simply because there's nothing like ZEMO known or Ssold today. . M ZEMO will be a surprise to you just as it has been a surprise to thousands who have already tried it. Don't miss It for 25 cents. When you have proven with a 25-cent bot tle how remarkable ZEMO Is to your own satisfaction, then you can buy a II bottle, which contains six times as much as the 25-cent bottle. ZEMO Is sold at arug stores, in re cent and SI bottles, or sent direct, on receipt of price, by E. W. Rose MedU cms uo., bu xuui, ' Zemo Is sold lind guaranteed by drug' gists everywhere and In Omaha by Sher man & McConnell Drug Co.. Cor. ICth and Eodgs Sts.. Hlh and Harney Harney Sts. 51th and Farnam Sts., Loyal Pharmacy, 107- North l(th St. , Is no legal reason why members of his family should not have been appointed to subordinate positions, the fact has caused no little comment at the state house. During his call at the state house Manuel was asked by Land Commis sioner Cowles to mako good the sum of J226 paid for a horse which It Is al leged, was used exclusively by Miss Bes sie Manuel, the superintendent's daugh ter, who held the poiltlon of stenographer and "aotlng stewatd" at the Institution. It is, sa.'d In Mr. Cowles' office that the salary claims from the Institution for the months of November and December may be held up until a settlement U reached. to Probe Phone Condition. An Investigating committee of the Ne braska League of Munlclpal.tles will probo telephone conditions In this state and will report back to the organization at the next meeting to be held early In January, -This was decided upon by resolution shoftly before thevndjournment of the annual convention of the league hero yesterday. President George Wolz of Fremont, mayor of that city, was em powered to appoint the committee wh.ch will consist of five members. The afternoon scislon of th conven tion was given over to a cross-examination of State Railway Commissioners W.nnett and Clarke and Chief Engineor Hurd of the commission. Pear llnlse In llaten. Several representatives of various Ne braska towns efared that th eult.mate re sult o fthe con ol.datlon of the Independ ent and Bell telephone companies will be a raise In rates. The question of physical examination and valuation of telephone properties was taken up and Engneer Hurd attempted to explain the many difficulties ly.ng in tne path of such a valuation and Its relation to rates. C. C. Gaiford of Wymore asked Mr. Clarko If It Is not a fact that the rail way commission nmendment gave the commission entirely too much power. Mr, Clarko leplled If the people bellevo thot this statement Is true they may easily secure a curtailment at the next meet ing of the legislature. Won 111 Keep Money at Home. Secretary W. R. Mellor of tho state fair board Is against the proposition of appropriating $Sii,000 for a Nebraska ex hibit at the Panama-Pacific world's fair at aSn Francisco. He believes that the Nebraska stato fa'.r offers a better, more effective and more permanent advertis ing medium for the stato than tho big coast shov.'. "The same amount of money expended p nthe state fair grounds here would bring far greater results than tho same amount spor.t at tho San Francisco fair," he raid. "We should lake care of our home affairs first. If the state will spend this amount of money on the state fair grounds here, mote people will hco It than If It was spent -at th efalr and those who see It will be moro Smpresed." II I It Verdict for Wy.'tfUt. John Wright. Injured In an elevator In the First National bank building here, was awarded the largest money verdict In years In tho district court hero to day, when the Jury returned a verdict for $11,000. Tho verdict was against tho construc tion company, under whoso direction the building was being constructed tit tho time. Tho First National bktik, although a party to the suit, was not Included in the verdict. To Inspect Nursery Htock. Action towa.d securing a law, whereby nursery stock shipped Into Nebraska from other Htates and from foreign coun tries, will be required, to pasH Inspection, was taken Wednesday evening at a meet ing of the board of directors of tho State Horticultural society. A committee consisting of C. H. Barnard of Tabls Rock, Peter Younger of Geneva and O. A. Marshall of Arlington, was appointed to draft tho bill. The system of Inspection propped will be optional with the nurseryman shipping out of Nebraska. Inasmuch as othsr states have a similar law,, It is thought that Nebraska nursery men will prefer to have their stock approved hre before It crosses the state line. State-Wide Crusade Against Cigarette Sales to Boys Begun HASTINGS, Neb., Nov. 21-(Specia!.) Prosocuttons begun here against local tobacco deAlers are announced by Men's Forward. Movement workers, to be the forerunner of a statewide crusade against the Illegal sale of clgarattes and of to bacco to boys under 18 years of age. Four suits were stated In the county court and two have been disposed of, the defendants pleading guilty and paying fines of MO and 1160. The other two cases were continued. All four were based on charges of Illegal sole of clgarattes to detectives employed by a sub-committee of the Men's Forward movement. Other prosecutions are. threatened. "Tho tobacco- laws have been generally disregarded over the state," said U. S, Rohrer. who assisted In getting the evi dence here. "The local .committee con sidered the advisability of asking for a grand Jury to Investigate tho tobaooo traffic, but we finally concluded to get our own evidence. Until we started the suits to enforce the antl-clgaratte law we found It" impossible to get evldenoe of the sale of tobacco to boys under 18 years of age, but now that these oases are under way a number of boys have offered to give evidence of violation of tho othef law. "The prosecutions here are part of a statewide undertaking, backed by the Men's Forward Movement It won't be long until the open sale of clgarattes and the sal of tobacco to boys are stopped all over the state." It Is Intimated that evidence Is already being secured in a number of cities. The antl-clgarctte law makes manufac turing, selling or giving away cigarettes or permitting clgareete papers to be takph away a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of $00. It applies to dealers and non-dealers alike. The other tobacco law, which the crusaders threaten to enforce makes It a misdemeanor to sell or give to any boy under 18 years of age, to bacco in any form whatever. TOM SLOAN IS CANDIDATE FOR INDIANC0MMISSI0NER (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Nov. a.-(Speclal.)-Thomas L. Sloan, an attorney of Pender, Is a candidate for appointment under, the dem ocratic national administration as com missioner of Indian affairs. This omce has been vacant since the resignation of Commissioner Valentine, following his 'Joining the bull moose party. ' Fred II. Abbott, the assistant commis 'slonor, a Nebraska man, was talked of for the appointment under the Tart ro ulm. Mr. Sloan has been active in In dian affairs in this state for many years. Ho always has been a strong Bryan man. The Terslstent snd Judicious Use of Newspaper Advertising Is the Road to Big Returns. Running up and down stairs, sweeping and bending over making beds will not make a woman healthy or beautiful. She must get out of doors, wJk a mllAor twa' eery day and' take Chambtrraln'i Tab lets to Improte her dlsgestlon and regu late her bowels. I'or sale ty all dealers. -Advertisement. Persistent Advertising is the Road to Big Returns. Certainly Ends Stomach Misery "Pape's Diapepsin" Cures Heart ..burn, Gas, Sourness and Indi gestion in Five Minutes. Sour, gassy, upset stomaoh, indiges tion, heartburn, dyspepsia: when the food you eat ferments into gases and stubborn lumps; your head aches and you feel sick and miserable, that's when you realise the magic in tape's Diapep sin. It makes such misery vanlst In flvs minutes. If your stomaoh la in a aontlnuous revolt If you can't get It regulated, please, for your sake, try Diapepsin. If so needless to have a bad stomach make your next meal a favorite food meal, then take a little Diapepsin. There will not be any distress eat without fear. It's because Pape's Diapepsin "really does" regulate weak, out-of order stomachs that -gives it Its mil llpns of sales annually. Get a large fifty-cent cave of Pape's Diapepsin from any drug store. It is the quickest, surtot stomach relief and cure known. It acts almost like magic It Is a scientific, harmless and pleas ant preparatlbn which truly belongs in every home. Advertisement. in goodly numbers to OMAHA'S greatest mid-season Suit and Overcoat Sale Although this great. sulc has been well advertised, and tho business done has boen onornious and thousands of knowing fellows have boon appareled at bargain priccti still they come. Luoky for us wo had so many of thesa choice garments to start off with else, we surely would have disappointad many. As it is thoro nru plenty with which to continue tho ovent for some time. Present indications aro that tho demand will keep up as long as the assortment holds out. You can l suited you can como Saturday if you wish but bettor come today. REGULAR $40, $35, $30 SUITS and OVERCOATS for $23 REGULAR $25 SUITS and OVERCOATS for $16 REGULAR $20 and $18 SUITS and OVERCOATS for $11 REGULAR $15 and $12.50 SUITS and OVERCOATS for SO REGULAR $10 SUITS and OVERCOATS for S6 I . OMAHA'S ONIjY MODKKN ClOTHINO BTORE F.S.K1NO. PRCS. THE HOME EQUALITY CLOTHES A.S.PECK SEC.TRTAS., Workmen Officers Like Their Investment MITCH 13 til, Neb., Nov. 2t.-(Speclni Telegram.) Grand Master A. M. "Walling of David City and Judge Joseph Obr- felder of Sidney are In tho city today lit the Interest of the Ancient Order of United Workmen of Nebraska. This fra ternal beneflolary society hus loans In the Irrigated section of Ntbrvoka aggie gating J1M.000, Invested from tho reserve fund. They find th securities In' good shape and are well pleuied with the pros perous outlook of the North Plstto val Icy. They have traversed the Plntte river from Bridgeport to Morrill. The Scott's Bluff sugar factory employs over M0 people with a monthly payroll of over $W,00O. The towns of Rririgeport, Bayard, Mlnstare, Soott's Hluff, Qerlng und Mitch ell vie with one another In the archlteo tutal beauty of their business blocks and every evidence of prosperity Is seen. HENRY THRUN ELECTROCUTED AT SNYDER LIGHTING PLANT SNYDBIt, Neb., Nov. 21, (Special.) Henry J. Thrun was electrocuted by re ceiving the 3,200 volt current ef the looal electrlo light plant through his body at this place last evontng. Mr. Thrun, the head miller In tho Toiler mills and tem porarily In charge of the eJeotrlc light plant, the two being operated from tjio sanfo source of power, wss Instructing Louis Hnrrliitfiir. an engineer and elec trician who had Just arrived from Vnl luy to take charge of the plant, and In showing him the position of the strinil light plugs uccldnhtnlly took hold of those In such a manner that the thumb mid forefinger ot each hand extended over the Insulated handles ami came in con tact with the metal, thus short circuit ing the current through his body. Mr. Ilarrlnger sprang to the asslBtancn of the untortunato limn and at the risk of his own life seized him nnd pulled, lilm away from the connection. Mr. Thrun was about 30 years of hro nnd Iorvch a widow and three Hinall children. Goose Near Lincoln Pick Up Gold Nugget (From a Staff Correspondent.) MNTObN, Nov. 21. - (Special.) - Tho iitory of the man who killed the goon tl-at laid thofe golden egg was acted In real life here yesterday when C. C. Dun Bton, rurul route No. 7, Ilethany post office, near here, killed a goose for dtnnor to find. In Its craw a gold nugget worth 9G cents. Dunton, wfTho Is nn employe of tho Burlington, raised four goslings lust Hum mer, nnQd after the birds had attained the proper degree of plumpness decided to have a gooso for 'Sinner, Ho killed the goose, and whlje Mrs. Dun stqn' was preparing It for dinner ho dis covered OTthe nugget, which an expert pronounced to be pure gold. It If sup- losed that the nugget was washed down a hllUldo Into a ravine In which tho Reese were cooped and that tliffe bird ato It tiH food. Old-timers remember when u celtflur was dug In tho same vicinity tlin earth gave ovldonc of a slight gold deposit. MUNDY AND D0LEZAL DENY TAMPERING WITH EXHIBITS l'llK.MONT, Neb., Nor. at.-(8pcclal.)-Tho charges made yesterday In tho su premo court against Attorneys Frank Doler.nl and F. V. llutton of this city of tampering with a suit case, nn ex hibit In tho Hodgern murder case, now In tliut court on appeal, created qutto a Mil sntlon when thny appear ml In tho metro, polltnn dallies. Luke Mundy, clerk of tho district court, who had charge of the exhibits from the close ot the trial until they were forwarded to the supreme court, went to Lincoln yesterday to ox amine the milt case. Mr. Mundy denies tlint It was taken to Lincoln by Mr. Hut ton and says that lie himself forwarded It. Mr. Cook, county attorney, Insists that he can show that there are splotches of h substance looking like blood on the Inside that were not thore when the trial closed. Mr. Dolesal, who has been practicing law here for nearly thirty years, says that the lease Is In the same shape as when It was produced by the state on the application of the defense during tha trial and at the close of the trial nnd Mr. Button Insists upon tho same. As Hi" case was examined by a number of par. ties horo during tho trial their affidavit will probably bo Introduced In ovldencr on tho hearing. Mr. Dolczal.so.ys tli:it he reforred to tho stains on the Inside, of thn caso during his closing argument to the jury. A peculiar feature of thn case Is that Mr. Cook was formerly a partner Of each of tho attorneys now called upon to explain tliolr connection with the ex hibit - BSH0P BEECHER LEAVES FOR TRIP THROUGH EAST KHAIINKT, Nob., Nov. 21.-(8pecial.) Utshnp George A. Beecher of the mis sionary dloceso of western Nebraska left Inst night for a three weeks' solicitation trip In nultlindrc, Pittsburgh. Philadel phia nnd Boston for furthering all i5f the Interests of his charge. He hopes to secure sufficient funds while on this trip to start his long-dreamed-of farm for homeless boys ami tlu se who have faced juvenile officers for the first time or two In cities. Buch i farm homo will not only give tho wardi a good elementary education and n trndu, but a half day spent In the open will form a part ot the .course. Tho eKamey Military academy ami other Institutions, Including M. Luke' hospital In Kearney and a ppaslbta mater nity hospltnl In the western part ot the state will bo benefited 'by his trip. When You Purchase a Piano You aro buying somothing that you suppose will last a lifetime. Be sure you get that kind of a piano. To Be certain of this You Should Buy Where They Sell Only the Very Best of the many different grades, and are willing' to give you a guarantee that will bo a protection. We can and will save you at tho very least 333 on your Piano purchase. We can and will do this, because wo can do it and still make a fair profit. Wo do nqt claim to make any less profit1 in our Piano Department than other dealers but we do know that we pay less or Pianos of High Grade than others are obligod to pay. Why we got this advantage is easily understood. We buy in larger quantities wo pay spot cash wo receive a close price by buying in carload lots and we get a larger discount on every piano purchase because we pay spot cash. As We Pay Less For High Grade Pianos, We Can Afford to Sell High Grade Pianos to You for Less Than Others Can Afford to Investigate This Truth! All Pianos that wore ordored for our Christmas Exposition are now on our floor. Our assortments are much larger, the styles of casing are more beautiful und diversified, our qualities are much higher, our prices are much lower than can be obtained in any other store in tho west. We can prove these statements to your entire satisfaction if you will but call at our store, after you have investi gated the offerings of every other piano dealer in Nebraska. . In regard to the TERMS, we will be willing to make tonus so easy as to meet the wants and wishes of any -and all purchasers. Read Over These Prices. These Bargains Cannot Be Duplicated Anywhere in Nebraska. Steinway $250 Wegman, used $150 Camp & Co $90 Hardman $125 Hamilton $125 Ohiokering $125 Vose Si Son $125 Estey, used $195 Decker & Son ..$ 95 Lexington $105 Steger r ....$150 Hinzle $ 98 Behning $125 Sohirmer $110 Weber ....$125 Smith is Barnes $125 Overton, used $135 Howard $140 HsYOIEN BROS.