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Nebraska Wonderfully Different Tel-Electric Piano Players Can Be Attached te Any Piano The Famous Tel-Electric bo-noto nccontiug Player, and the' latest SS note Telektrn Player will be demonstrated every day this week on the Chick ering Upright and Grand Piano. The most beautiful, nearest human effect yet produced. Jt is truly won derful. They are in the finest homes in America, liuns electrically, but cur rent in house not a necessity. Can be operated by storage batteries. You are cordially invited to hear these beautiful players during this week in our Piano Department. A representative of the Tel-Electric Co. of New York will be here to thoroughly demonstrate the merits of these play ers. Come and enjoy an hour or two with us. Piano Dept. Regents Ask for Cash For State University (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, Dec. 19. (Special Telegram.) I'artlal removal of the university to the state farm, entire removal or enlargement of the present campus were three prop ositions proposed by the reffents of tho stale university In their report filed with the governor today. They make no rec ommendations, but simply propose tho different plans, and then put It up to the legislature. The attendance at the university this j car Is S.697, as against 4.G24 last year. The apparent decrease Is duo to the fact that students of the school of music are not registered, as heretofore. Appropria tions asked for are: Agricultural exten sion. $.V(XiO: repairs. JW.OOT; substations. Kj.CW; medical college, JoO.OM; Curtis Ag Hcultmal school, $50,000, and $500,000 Is asked for tho purchase of land and addi tional building at the university tarnv $20,000 for North Platte substation: J10.000 for furnishings and fixtures for Omaha Medical school; $15,000 for mounting and housing telescope; $3,000 for bureau of botany; $fi,000 for conservation commis sion; $5,000 for entomology bureau; $10,000 for geological survey; $15,000 for hog cholera serum plant and $10,430 for leg islative reference bureau. NOTES FROM BEATRICE AND GAGE COUNTY BEATRICE, Neb.. Deo. 19.-(Speclal.) William Schultz, a farmer living north west .of Ellis, was kicked by a horse last evening and seriously Injured. IIIb knee cap ws broken and "he was severely cut and bruised about the body. " "T William Meyer, a saloon keeper of Hloonilngton, Neb., would like to have about $100 which he says Is due him for llfiuor furnished the Owls' culb of this city, which disbanded soma time ago. A number of the members of the organiza tion have -been called upon to pay their share of the claim, and others will be asked "to dig up." II.' "W. Hill yesterday sold his transfer business here and purchased the Imple ment house of G. W. Maurer on South Sixth street. Tho Good Fellows of Wymore held a meeting yesterday and arranged to re member the poor of that city on Christ inas day. Twenty-five wcro present, and committees were appointed to carry on tile work of distributing articles of cloth ing and food to the needy of that city. Announcement was received here yes terday of the marriage of Earl ,8. Murray of Bloomlnston, Neb., a former Beatrice re-jldent, and Miss Sadie Long of that place. Mr. Murray Is employed In a bank in Bloomlngton. The following couples were married here yesterday afternoon: Alfred Snyder of Burchard and Miss Frances Braun of Virginia, 'Herman Preskorn and Miss Itosanna Llnsenmeyer, both of Beatrice; Kay D. Mowry and Miss Myrtle Miller, both of Blue Springs; Edward Clarence llolman of Firth and Miss Nanoy Jane Jonea of Adams, William J. Munn of Alexandria and Miss Pearl A. Hooper or Adams. HOWARD COUNTY FARMERS LISTENJ0 LECTURES ST. PAUL, Neb., Dec. 13.-(Spectal.) The annual meeting of the Howard County Farmers' association was held In the district court room of the court houe In this city Monday and Tuesday of this week. The speakers for Monday were Arnold Martin, DuBols, Neb., and W C. Andreas, state dairy Inspector, Lincoln. At the afternoon session Mr. Martin's subject was 'Improving- the Corn Crop." and in the evening "What Can be Done on Twenty Acres." Mr. Andreas' subjects were "Weeding Out the Boarder Cow" and "Puro Food." Tuesday C. G. Marshall of Uncoln spoke In the morning, afternoon and evening. His subjects were "Cultivating the Soil to Conserve "Moisture," "Is the Effort Worth the Attempt" and "The Hume Garden." All were equally appre ciated by his audience. On Tuesday afternoon Mies Mary Pas coe of Fremont, a representative of tho domestic service department of the Unl vctUty of Nebraska, held a meeting at the city hell. Her lecture on "Balanced Rations" was Illustrated by a cooking demonstration. This was one of the most Interesting numbers on the program. Over 00 women were 111 attendance Ml!r. Pascoe also spoke In the evening on "Kitchen Arrangement." Twit Mnrrl'ren nt Hrliu)lrr. SCHUYLER, Neb.. Dec. 19.-(Speclal.) Two couples from Clarkson were united In marriage by Judge Flels In the county court house yesterday. Miss Emma Cada became the bride of seo Stelenda. a mall writer, and Mls Mary Paean was wedded to Joseph Svasek. . Wolf Hunt In Jeffrraou 'Countr. KAIRBURV, Neb.. Dec. 19,-(S'pecfal.) Tho'flrst wolf hunt of the season took place west of Falrbury Wednesday, when .avoriil hundred farmers circled the coun- i... tnr tit miles suuare west of Falrbury i and o!ud up on the Camilchael pasture j west of Falrbury. The hunters were not permitted to carry rifles. A number of wolves wcro seen, but managed to break through the line. FOUR ALLEGED CAR THIEVES ARE ARRESTED BROKEN BOW, Neb., Dec. .-(Special.) Deputy Sheriff Oit, Marshal Tows ley and Special Agent Wilson of the Bur lington railroad arrested four boxcar nl leged burglars, who have been operating up and down the line for some time past. Their latest burglary Is charged to have been committed at Ravenna, where three box cars were broken open und valuable contents stolen. The men, who gave their, names as Ryan, Delaney, Price and Burk, arrived here on a freight train earlier In the evening and took rooms at a restaurant near the track. Detec tive Wilson arilved late on No. 41 and was joined here by the local officers. It did not take the officials long to locate their men and place them under arrest. All four denied any knowledge of the crime, but the railroad officials Identified them without any trouble. Mr. Wllcon says ho has followed the quartet to Montana and back again and this Is the first time he has been able to lay hands on them. The prisoners will be taken to Buffalo county for trial. NOTES FROM MADISON AND MADISON COUNTY MADISON, Neb.. Dec. 19.-(Speclal.) Just thirty minutes after tho petition was filed In 'the district court of this county Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Maude Ayers of Norfolk, Neb., was released from tho maritul contract which bound her to her husband, Arthur B. Ayers. In point Of time' this Is a record breaker for the district court of Madison county In the divorce business. The defendant helped to expedite matters by entering his voluntary appearance and offering no contest. District court reconvened at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon for an equity ses sion with Judge A. A. Welch presiding and W. H. Powers as court reporter. Tho first case to encage the attention of the court is Brlnkman against Oahea et al Involving the title of valuable real estate In tho townof Newman Grove. Judge M. S. McDuffce pronounced the words Wednesday afternoon at the of fice of the county Judge which made Mr. Emil Reilz and Miss Mary Fautch man and wife. Both parties reside near Madison. A marriage license has been Issued to William H. Hodges and Mrs. Mary Otis. Tito Stella AVeddlngs. STELLA, Neb., Dec. 19.-(Speclal.)-WJlllam A. Pearson and Mrs. Bessie Thomas went to Kansas City, Kan., yes terday and were united In marriage. They will make their home on a farm south of Stella. Miss Ethel May Jessee and Walter Freeman were married by Rev. Helton nt the Avenue Methodist church In Au burn, and In the evening there was a wedding supper at the home of the brldo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Jessee, north west of Stella. Thk liny for Krnrnr) ItoapltHl. KEARNEY, Neb.. Dec. 19. (fjpeclat.) Next Saturday has been designated as an official tag day by .Mayor J. W. Pat terson, for the benefit of the St. Luke's hospital, the Episcopal Institution un der tho personal supervision of Bishop George A, Beecher. The bishop Is now in the east on a funds' solicitation trip to back his other undertakings which he proposes to found In the diocese of western Nebraska, which Is under his charge, but Is expected home either Friday or Saturday In time to personally assist in the tag day doings. Short Si'hhIoii nt Colfnx Court. SCHUYLER, Neb., Dec. 19.-(Speclal.) The equity session of' the county court opened here today and was In session Just three hours, when presiding Judge Thomas ordered an adjournment until the February session. The only caso tried was an Injunction suit, which was taken under advisement. H. J. Krclzel of Rogers was the plaintiff and Ernest Clausen of the same place was the de fendant. York Voted I) oit ii Commission, YORK. Neb.. Dec, 19.-(Speclal.)-At an election he)d yesterday the commission form of government was defeated by a vote of 392 to 2C0. Aa the present form of government has always given satisfaction the voters could tee no benefits to be derived from a change, when there would be an added expense of $600, Freight Wreck Xenr Falrbury. FAIRBURY. Neb., Dec. 19.-(Speclal.)-The westbound freight train on the Fair-bury-Horton branch of the Rock Island was derailed near Bern at an early hour Wedneiday. Six large freight cars were dei ailed and blocked the main line for a short time. No one was Injured. Chamberlain' foueh Ilrmrdy. ', This remedy has no superior for coughs ' and colds. IM pleasant to take. It con tains no onlum or other narcotl' It al- ways cart's For sale by all dealers Ad. ertUeramt Third Floor Nebraska Sheriffs Conclude Session FREMONT. Neb.. Dec. 19.-(Bpeclal Tel-cgram.)-L-Tho Nebraska Sheriffs' associa tion has just closed a two days' meeting and adjourned to meet In cBatrlce next tfeccmber. The Commercial and Ad clubs tendered tho visitors a banquet at tho Eagles' hall last evening. T. K Math ews was toastmaster. Other speakers were Judge Oldham of eKarney, Shcitff Joo Williams, official story teller, and E, W. Bushnell of Glcnwood, la. E. R. Gurnoy spoke at some length on "Prison Reform" and advocated radical changes In treatment of the criminal classes. The following officers were elected: President, John A. Jones, Nelson; vice president, T. W. Carroll, Alma; Secretary. W. C. oCh dlt, Fremont. Two legislative committees were ap pointed, one consisting of C. D. Qulnton of riattsmouth, Gus Sievers of a rami Island, W. II. Button of Greeley and the president and secretary, and the other of F. J. McShane of Omaha, W. H. Jones of Auburn, E. II. Fisher of Nebraska City. Jerry Daly of Wahoo and E. W. Buehnell of Glcnwood, la. Among tho sheriffs In attendance: .Ion Jones, president of the Nebraska Sheriffs' association. Nelson; Isaac West, David City; John Byrne, Hebron; W. E. Throop. Washington, Kan.; A. A. Comp ton, Blair: Joseph Wilson. Broken Bow: C. D. Qulnton, Plnttsmouth; D. 8. Potter, usreoia; w. j. rvoei. moarora; iTatik Scudder, Central City; W. A. Huff. Su perior; E. I Roberts, Tecumseh; Guh iiyers, Lincoln; x. w. Carroll, Albion; H uicnnu, uoiumnus; uus Bievers, Grand Island; L. D. Phipps, Tckamah: . II. Sutton, Greeley; A. A. Waters, Burrell; N. P. Bradstreet. Butte! II, D. Grady, O'Neill; I. M. Reed. Alnsworth; Ed Evans. Albion: C. M. Cox, Alliance; O. D. Hedge, Red Cloud; J. L. Schick, Beatrice: -prant Chaso, Papllllon; L. L. Derby. Trenton: Charlie PMerimn Fiill.v- Iton: F. G. Benton. Lexington; L. A, Fitch, .mcwjoh; jj. ii. Anarew, Kearney; T. T. Plummer, deputy, Ogallala; II. .E. Rohti, deputy, Pierce. CAMBRIDGE PEOPLE ASK TRAIN TIME CHANGE (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. Dec. 19.-(8peclal.) The final hearing' In tho matter before tho railway commraalon In which the people of Cam bridge were asking for a better train service was on this morning. Father Kelley of the Catholic church appeared In behalf of the people for better train BAPirlAA B.llnw iUn XTn 1 A Mn I. Tl . ...1 I .. I av- . .i., wmtnit Vll.lb ..u. jv VII III.I J.U1 IIIIK- ton be required ..to stop at that point In order that puBscngers might connect at Lincoln with the train for St. Louis. Mr. Button appeared In behalf of the Cam bridge Commercial club and substantiated what Father Kelley hao said, but an nounced that the matter regarding a new depot, which was also before the commis sion, had been settled with the company, the latter agreeing to put In water and lights and otherwise fix up the present depot in a more modern style. DEATH RECORD Airs. Amrlln Trneadalr. RAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 19. Mrs. Amelia Woodward Truesdale, one of the best known club women in California, Is dead today nt her home In Oakland' at the age of 74. She was known last sum mer as the oldest co-ed registered at the University of California, and was a char ter member of the Daughters of the American Revolution, of which at one time she was national secretary. Frank tlrniftii. Mrs. Thomas Grlffen, accompanied by. her brother, Mr. Bernard Ghee, will leave this evening for Platte .Center, Neh. with the body of the late Frank Beh man, who died at Wise Memorial hospital yesterday. The funeral will be .held from tho home of Mrs. Anna Btellacy, who was a sister of Frank Behman, Fri day afternoon. , 3tln Mnannnn Wrnrr. SIO.UX CITY. Ia Dec. 19.-Miss Su sanna H. Weare, a prominent 8loux City woman, died last night after an illness of four months, aged S2. She devoted much time to church, civic and chari table matters. She was the daughter of the late George Weare, pioneer Iowa banker. Rt. Rev. Theodore N. Morrison of Davenport, bishop of Iowa diocese of the Episcopal church, will officiate at the funeral tomorrow. WOMAN ELECTED MAYOR OF WARRENT0N, OREGON WARRENTON, Ore., Dec. 1.-By a margin of sixteen votes, thjs town elected Miss Clara Munson its mayor yesterday. Miss Munson has the distinction of being the first woman mayor elected In Oregon. She headed the citizen ticket and was nominated In convention. , MAYOR SETS DATE FOR CITY PLANNING MEETING Mayor Dhlman has Invited the public and all civic organizations to a meeting In the city council chamber on the even ing of December Tl to dUcuis city plan ning, which they major has been ex plaining and advocating In speeches re cently DIAMONDS. FOLNZER, Uth ft Dodfe J COST OF KEEPING INMATES Land Commissioner Cowles Prepares Statement. MAKES A FEW COMPARISONS Shim Kipense f Other Slnlrn In Uinitilnu Thour Miullnr to Ihr One In clirnkn KlKurr III Mlnnraotn nml limn, wom a sinrr correspondent.) uiiwuL.;, .-sou.. Dec. is. (special.) lHlld (Nimmtsftlmirr fViu-l l,u tifnnnin.l ft statement of the per capita cost of keeping tho Inmates of the different In stitutions of tho state during the bleu nlum, which runs all the Tuiy from $:Cfi.ltf for the Feeble Minded Institute Ht Bea trice to $S(K.ft for the Orthopedic hospital at Uncoln. Tho statement Is as follows; "jflW W M m 3 M 5 sit !l.Ei. J or.,n"""e TJnooln.. tw $;s0.r.O tt?, 1 fPr ,"'"'. lnglrelde..l,0tt) 40192 Hospital for Insane. Norfolk.. :il9 II3.1W soldiers Home, Burkrtt m 41U0) Soldiers Home. Mllford lis 417.25 1'xluitrial Hchoo; IS3 5;i.oo Girls Industrial School m; M3.0J Industrial Home. Mllfor.l n Penitentiary Feeble Minded Institute....;..;: 414' mil orthopedic Hospital.... .:::::;.: mm He also makes a. comparison with the record of Institutions In some of thtrother states, which is as follows: m' i!0 PonJlcl,,,nrv Jefferson City, lZ.' Jj'cr. th0 -,0"Vlcts number 2,210. the r.l,,Tr1iln5' for ""'arte I" 14 cents ami ll 'i!'.SthS,r Ponsos 33 cents: at Weill crs field. Conn., with a membership of V 1 ' .""is ami otner ex penses Jb cents; at Fort Madison, In.. 487 SClS'iS-'' ;ttmnt8 cost w cents and other ,nts! H ,llt' "tale's prison in ilv.. V ,.a "',,cras-p cost per day U 5i cents; at Jackson. Mich., tjj 01 fV" ,Vltj;:.J!k 5.r.?! t . sioux .,u, 'mu . .. ",v ioovicis inimirci' only 2lH, the dully cost Is 73 cents' at ti wV ,J. JSL'.'S", .!? ""'. n.ii. . .1 Piuancn 1111,1 ill $1 for other exponses. .Th.S.fcold,erB nomn 1,1 low'1 has a dally expense- for each member of M cents; at iJitamte, Iifd.. the cost Is 63 cents in .Vi' . ., " UA"y expense tor each i?m!f .or.tl,VB J eehle .Minded institute is iiiSSiiat i1:01''. . i:..''"'" .Fn: at 1 . 7. ' . " ""-' i enrollment Is ?'' 8c,t',; at bynicuse, N. V with i 1,10 uuiij- coot is ou cents; In MassaehUHctis the cost is u? cents. Ill M a unihn.nll .. I , . . . . . oi i. .r :i r' nu'Piiais ior in 5i i. v? a.,da"' expense running from wiV-1'1 co."ts' thV verage tor tho ni?ucln5J!6. cent.8! ln I""" tour hos pitals report daily expenses of 44 to fil wis. th n r"tJ enalng .lime SO. i.rr.. wsr.J"IK . ccis- iiiount 1 .I??"."1, Itt" wlln a "ttendnnte of cents. Mlddletow, t:o. ...V'... '"TVw,0!0? ".n3..n.0al.lj' cost of 48 cents. find: imi" io1. ..r.1.. ,u J''."': r iL,.ltin.S,u,',t' N' V" w111' ft" en- " ." vou cosi ib cents; In Rhode Island with a dally enrollment of Sl), the cost Is to cents. At tho Girls' Industrial school at Clcr 510,m.. J2af h.c da.lly expenso is TO cents; fc.&'SMr" e' iB2 . i vu -ClllO, ANCIENT CITY OF INCAS FOUND BY YALE EXPEDITION NEW YORK, Dec. 19,-Prnctlcally the cntlro ancient Inca city of Machu Plccu was uncovered by tho Yale Peruvian ex pedition, nccording to its leader. Prof. Hiram Bingham, who with other mem bers, returned today from Colon. Pror. Bingham said the exploration was conducted chleDy at Mnchu Plccu, which was discovered on tho previous expedi tion. The city stands on a plateau, sur rounded by precipices 2,000 feet In height. A hundred burial caves and ruins of baths, houses and palaces were laid bare. Prof. Bingham added that the Jungle will soon cover them again unless steps aro takrn by the Peruvian government to keep them open. "On this trip," said Prof. Bingham, "we had a good deal of trouble with tho Peru vian government. On tho two expedi tions I had previously made Into Peru I had no trouble at all, but tho ministry had changed and those In power at pres ent were not at all friendly to American exploration." AGED MAN AND WOMAN MURDERED IN NEW YORK NEW YORK, Dec. 19.-Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cobern, an aged couple who lived alone on the top floor of a five-story apartment building on Washington street, were found dead In bed early today. Tho bedding and some of the" furnishings In the room were burned, but tho flro was out when the tragedy was discovered. Detectives declared that there was evl- Bankers Life Insurance Lincoln, Nobraskn. Gentlemen: Nothing makes me so seriously and meaningly "look backward" as the maturity of one of your Investment Dond Policies, With all my heart I certainly kicked myself for being such a "crazy mut" as I was at 21, ln taking only a 11,000.00 Policy. Your man waltzed Into my office with a check for I42C.95 just like It blow out of tho sky. I only set myself back $25.8 1 a year for twenty years; now you come along and give blamo near all of It back to me and a brand new-policy paid up for life, which Is to draw me a fow dollars dividend every year, and as I am pretty husky yet, 1 will no doubt get enough out of these dividends to put me up to tho scratch. 1 paid you 1516.20; you paid me $426.95; my jnBUrance COBt OI,iy $89.25, or about $4.46 a year for $1,000.00. Why didn't I take $5,000.00 when 1 was only 21? I could havo handled It Just as well hb not. I fooled away more than $100.00 a year which might havo gone Into your handH in this splendid Investment. Now I am 41, and must pay nearly $50.00 for tho same policy, but, believe me, I am going to get In the game again and have given your man Hummel my order for a $2,000.00 policy of the same kind, but will try to pay out In 15 years instead of 20 years this time. So wishing you continued success and trusting all young men will see the wisdom of a policy ln the Old Line Bankers Life of Nebraska, I am, sincerely, HAimY M. WILSON. Store Open Evenings Until Xmas. dence that the couple had been nundcred before the fire was darted. THREE MEN ROB BANK AT JONES. OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA CITY. Okl.. Dec. lD.-Threo men blew open the milt of the Bank of Jones, at Jones. Okl . this county, early today and escaped In an automobile with $1,S00. Tho charge of nitroglycerin used was so heavy It blew out tho front of the bank and damaged adjoining build ings. Several persons awakened by the nolso rnn Into tho streets In time to see three men leavo the bank. The men were trnccd to tho town limits where thoy hud entered an automobile At Tulsa early today h lone bandit masked In a hnndkorchlct held up a dozen persons In the waiting room of the Missouri,- Kansas & Toxos railway station, lined them up again the wall with their backs to him, took thetr money, robbed the ticket agent's drawer and escaped. He Is believed to have obtained about $200. PARDON IS GRANTED TO CAPTAINVAN SCHAICK WASHINGTON, Dee. IDThe president today granted a pardon to Captain Wil liam H. Van Hchalok. who commanded the steamboat General Hlocum, which burned In 1901 In Bust river, off Now Yoik city. Captain Van Sclmlek In 10OG was convic ted and sentenced to ten yours Imprison ment for criminal tiegllgnnre In failure to have sufficient life saving and flro equipment nboaid his vessel. He hnd served five years when paroled last Jan uary. Two hundred and fifty thousand people signed tho petition to lroldent Taft ask ing for his pardon. Two previous at tempts tu secure pardon for him failed. CHICAGO WOMEN HAVE THEIR FIRSJEGG PARADE CHICAGO, Dec. 19.-Chleago club women todny presented their first egg parade to assist In creating public sentiment against avaricious dealers and help the public sale of egg planned for tomorrow. Led by Mrs. J. C. Bley, president of the Clean Food club, which has purchased ten carloads of eggs which will bo re tailed tomorrow for 24 cents a dozen, sev eral hundred women gathered at a down town hotel and rode In automobiles to a South sldo cold storuge warehouse, where the women watched the candling of the eggs to bo sold to tho public. HYMENEAL llnrve--lllmora. FAIRBURY, Neb.. Dee. 19. (Special.) A pretty wedding took place at the hom of Mr. and Mrs. William Ollmore Wednes. day evening at 7 o'clock, when their daughter, Mlsx lVarl, was married tq Fred Harvey of Lincoln, nov. H. U, lie gaw of the Presbyterian church offi ciated, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey left after the ceremony for a short trip and will go to housekeeping In Lincoln at once. Staliter-IlubeKKer. HUMBOLDT. Neb., Dec 19. -(Special.) Mr. Kmll Stalder and Miss Kmma Habeg ger of Humboldt were married at Falls City yesterday by County Judge Gagnon. They will make their home on the groom's farm a few miles south of town, Key to the Sltuatlon-Bee Advertising. St. .Louis, Mo,, Jane 7, Co.,. Ask the man who owns one of these For Gift Giving Xo bolter gift suggestion that we could ot'fui' nwl wo cer tainly huvo a fine line of sue.h things. Selected with all tho care, all the knowledge, that our buyer for this department could muster. IMPORTED SILK and SILK KNIT NECK WHAK. 50c to $2.50 SILK AND KNIT MIWLERS $1 to $0.50 OMAHA'S OltliT MODERN CLOTHINO STORE. F.S.KINO. TllCmTMCoUUVUnOOTIItS A.S.PECK Kansas City Girl Kidnaped by Negroes KANSAS CITY. Mo Dec. 1!.-1 rene Justin, an 11-year-old girl, daughter of Frank Justin, n cabinetmaker, has been kidnaped and Is being held by negroes for ransom, nccording to the belief of the police, who, It developed today, have searched the city since Mondnyor tho girl. Irene's mother lost Sunday took her to Holmes square, h downtown playground for children. The mother left tho square for a few minutes. Irene remaining, play ing nlth othpr uhlldren In the swings. 'When Mrs. Justin returned the child was gone. Irene's playmates said a negro man and a negro woman had told Irene her mother was III and wanted her at once, and that she had walked away wil lingly between tho negroes. After search ing the streets for an hour the mother reported tho matter to the police. No trace of the girl has been found, The .Instills came here from California six mouths ago. The child returned to her home this afternoon, She told conflicting stories of how she tlml bevn lost since Sunday, wandering around the streets and sleep ing on benches nt night, MILITANT SUFFRAGETTE IS GIVEN THREE MONTHS I .ON DON, Dec. lS.-Another militant silffrngette, Noralt lackey, aged S3 yenrr, was sent to Jail today for giving false fire alaiins. The sentence meted out thl time was ouo of three months' Imprison ment and the magistrate of tho West minster police couit admonished tlio de fendant that she would bo even moie severely pilnMicd If alio repeated tho offense. I.rnal llnnifltiir In Tennessee, NAXHVILLE, Tenn., Dec. l!.-Leo Temple, 17. the negro charged with at tempting to attack tho 7-year-old daugh ter of his employer. T. F. Queen, in Shelby county, was hanged at .the state prison here today. The negro dlod with out making a confession. i' Chronic Coimtlpnt Ion Cnreil. "Five years ago I had the worst caso of chtonlo constipation I ever knew of, anil Chamberlain's Tablets cured me," writes 8. F. Fish, Brooklyn, Mich, For sale by all dealers. Advertisement, Clears Stuffed Up Head and Catarrh Disappears Breathe tho Healing' Air of the Eucalyptus Forests of Aus tralia and Quickly Got Rid of Catarrh. Hyomcl will banish catarrh If you will breathe It a few times a day. It Is the only remedy of Its kind before the peo ple that can penetrate Into every nook, corner, fold or crevice of the mucus mem brane and destory the microbes, HYOMEl Is squeered from the green leaves of the Eucalyptus trees of Inland Australia, where catarrh does not exist, and combined with Llsterlan antiseptics, Pour a few drops Into tho Inhaler and breathe this mighty germ destroying air; an air more healing than that of the pine covered Adlrondacks. Notice how quickly that stuffed up head clears; keep at It a few days and your suffering and hawking and dis 1912. 7i Twenty Payment Life Policy Matured in the Old Line Bankers Life Insurance Go. of Lincoln, Nebraska Name of insured Harry M. Wilson Residence St. Louis, Mo. Amount of policy ;..$1,000;00 Total premiums $ 516.20 SETTLEMENT Surplus in Cash. ; $ 426.95 And Paid up Participating Policy $1,000.00 Total cash $1,426.95 policies. Write us for J Naming the New Hotel I suggest I he littine of "SirdimrU" fo the $1,000,000 hotel. HELEN 10L10DA. Permit mo to suggest that "lintel Emll'' or "Kmll hotel" be tho naiuo of the pro posed new hotel, thus perpetuating thn memory of one of our most public spirited citizens who went down In tho Tltanl catastrophe. IRWIN W. GREY. As Nebraska Is the Antelope state, t siiRgcst tho name of "The Antelope" for the new hotel. MRS. J. M. JOHNSON. I will suggest two nnmes to be voted on I by tho cltlitens of Omaha for the $1,000,000 hotel. ' The Overland" and "The Omaha " Hither one of theso nnmes will look all right. 1), B. JUNES. MARLEY COLLAR CLUETT PEABODY & CO. TROY N.Y.' aasBansHaBnaaanasssasmiassMsana Hair Palling? Then stop It I Stop It now I You can do it with Aycr's Hair Vigor. Does not color the hair. Aik Your Doctor. fcS-.fiTKft.: gppa charge of obnoxious mucus will cease en. tlrely. Then contlnuu until every gcrra. Is destroyed; untlj, tho soreness nnd dry ness In the throat havo disappeared. HYOMEl Is guaranteed for catarrh, coughs, rolds, soro throat, croup, deaN ness caused by catarrh or money bade Complete outfit which Includes Inhaler, can bo, obtained for $1.00 at druggist everywhere. To break up cold In head or chest in a few minutes, pour a scant teaspoonful of HYOMEl Into a bowl of boiling water, cover heail.ttiid bowl with towel and breathe tho vapor until blessed re lief comes In a few minutes. Advertise ment. an agency.